The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1966
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• AUG. 25, 1966 I i i 4~At9enq (lo.) Upp«r tnursdoy, August 25, 1966 Sentral Readies For Aug. 29 Opening Of A New School Year FENTON - The 196&-67 school year will begin in the Sentral School district on Monday, August 29 at 8:30 a.m. The first day will be in session until 2:30 p.m. Buses will run at the approximate time they did last year. Kindergarten will be held from 8:30 to 11:00 a.m. and 12:30 to 3:00 p.m. in both Fenton and Lone Rock schools. During the spring kindergarten round-up it was announced that parent-teacher conference would be held in the fall. The parents are to bring the kindergarten children with them to school for a conference with the teacher. The schools will then begin regular sessions for kindergarten on Tuesday. Students to enter kindergarten at Fenton Include Thomas Bollig, Valerie Borchardt, Jeffrey Elbert, Ronald Feye, Mary Finnestad, JudyGade, Laura Freler- muth, Shelly Hainzinger, Larry Heine, Deann niig, Gerald Klein, Scott Krause, Darryl McCann, Daniel Meyer, Craig Thiesen, •Teresa Tieman, Janice Tigges, Darrel Uthof, Gayle Vaudt, Brian Wegener, Teresa Wilberg, Wendy Lu Wolff, Lori Zumach and Timothy Mueller. All .students who have been attending Sentral High School registered last spring. In case some students wish to change their registration, they should do so at the principals office. Any other students who plan to attend Sentral High School this fall are re- J. quested to register also. Hot lunches will be 25? for elementary students and 30£ at the high school. Book rental will be $5.00 for each student. This fee includes the workbooks for elementary students. In high school an additional charge will be made for workbooks and supplies. Student Insurance will again be available. The new faculty members include Robert Rice as high school principal, Bert Hanson for commercial studies and football coach, Kenley Zwiefel for vocal music, Clayton Wolff for high school sciences, Mrs. Floyd Hutzell for art, Mrs. Lyle Newel for second grade at Fenton, Mrs. Raymond Lovstad for first grade at Lone Rock. New personnel also includes Mrs. Eugene Thompson as high school office secretary, Jerry Wiener as Lone Rock custodian and Delbert Geitzenauer as high school custodian. The Sentral High School is still in need of a 9 and I0th grade English teacher and a bus driver in the Lone Rock area. 26* Cutting GET RID OF WEEDS FAST! Wftll the ROOF High Wheel WEED MOWER Clear weeds and brush the safe, fast, clean way without the unsightly dead weed patches left by chemical weed sprays. * Reduce the hinrd of (lies in dead weeds or brush. * Cleir §n> weed growth . . no matter how dense. Only Roof Weed Mowers hive these uclutive feitures: BLADE PITCH ADJUSTMENT __ OIL BATH GEAR DRIVE /20A\ RUGGED STRESS GUARD {"""""I CONSTRUCTION \««7 Quit Worrying About Your Weeds . . See Us Now! WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON, IOWA Fenfon Man Takes Bride In Minnesota FENTON - Miss Gloria Ann Colgrove, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Colgrove of Remer, Minnesota, and Jerome Zwiefel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zwiefel of Fenton were united in marriage on Saturday evening at Bethany Lutheran Church in Remer with the Rev. C. Aase officiating. The bride was attired in a floor length gown and a fitted lace bodice. Five tiers of lace adorned the front with an over skirt of organza. She had a short lace trimmed veil. She carried a bouquet with a yellow tipped giant white orchid surrouned by stephonotlsandivy. The orchid was removed to make a corsage for her going away dress. Mrs. Janet Carpenter, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaid was Sharon Tretter of Minneapolis. ._, Mr. Darre^ZjdefeLbijotaerofi,, : the 'groom wa<$ best man. The' Groomsman was Larry Bler- stedt. Ushers were Dennis Stefan and Robert Gothmann both of Remer. Miss Janean Zwiefel, sister of the groom was the organist and the soloist was Ken Zwiefel, borther of the groom. He sang "Song of Ruth" and "The Lord's Prayer". At the reception following the ceremony, punch was served by Kathy Brown of Remer, and Peggy Loso cut and served the cake. Hantelmans Hold Annual Reunion At Swea City FENTON - About 45 people attended the Hantelman family reunion held Sunday at the shelter house in Swea City. Those attending included Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland of Cylinder, Mrs. Dennis Schmidt and Barry of Sigorney, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon OUR CONGRATULATIONS to the 4-H Boys & Girls who exhibited at the Kossuth County Fair It was with pride that we noted a considerable number of top ribbon winner fed. GOLDEN SUN FEEDS LIVESTOCK I POULTRY FEEDS GOLDEN SUN FEEDS Fenton Produce Lloyd Sunde, Prop. Hantelman and Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buscher of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and Renee, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls, Dr. and Mrs. John Waite and girls, Mrs. Jerry Waite and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hantelman and family of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Eyerett Klocko and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Langerman, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Langerman, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Langerman and guests were Pame Tipple, Terry Voigt and Karen Feye. Kansas Pastor Is Visitor In Fenton Home FENTON - The Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Peter of Sylvan Grove, Kansas, visited recently at the home of Anna and Elsie Meyer. All were dinner guests at the Martin Meyer home at Ottosen, and supper guests at a reunion in Algona at the Edgar Meyer home. On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Peter of Burt were guests of Anna and Elsie Meyer. Rev, afld, Mrs. Peter jjetuxned 'to their'Home 'late 'iri'tfiVweeJc. Enroute they stopped at Grand Island, Nebraska, to visit their son, Victor and family. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Mueller and family of Scottsdale, Arizona have returned home after spending a week at his parents home, the Ernest Muellers, and with other friends and relatives. While here they also attended the Mueller family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Mueller and family from Stanton were recent supper guests at the Ernest Mueller home and also attended the Mueller family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls were Saturday evening supper guests of Mrs. Bellinger's grandmother, Mrs. C. C. Gushing of Fairmont. Also overnite guests of Mrs. Gushing were Mrs. na Berguson and Mr. and Mrs. Larry McDonald and boys of Clinton, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Struecker, Jenifer and Dean visited last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilbert at Topeka, Kansas. On Sunday they attended the wedding of Miss Jean Voelker at Palmer, Kansas. About 75 persons attended the Mueller family reunion held recently at Whittemore. In addition to those from the immediate area those attending included Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Mueller and family of Scottsdale, Arizona, Mrs. Walter Lake and Wayne of Chicago, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Mueller and boys of Stanton and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nletzel and family from Badger. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phonei FENTON 889-2796 RINGSTED 866-1006 866-T001 866-1970 Friday evening guests of the Carl Becks were Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt and Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Long and Derwin, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt, Mrs. Freda Siems, and Mrs. Dora Haack. The occasion was Mrs. Beck's birthday. Mrs. Dennis Schmidt and Barry of Sigorney, Iowa, were weekend guests at the home of her parents, the Olaf Norlands. Mr. and Mrs. Guy DeRues of Monroe, Iowa visited last week at the Ray Zwiefel home. They also attended the wedding of Jerome Zwiefel. Mrs. DeRues is a sister to Mrs. Zwiefel. The 500 Birthday Club met last week at the home of Carol Meyer. High prize went to Kathy Berkland and low to Joan Walte. August birthday honored was that of Bernice Gade. Robert Bleckwenn of rural Cylinder Is In Palo Alto Hospital suffering from a cerebral hemorrhage. Weekend guests of Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Bliss were their son David and family of Cedar Rapids. The confirmation and reception planned for Virginia Fraser at St. Lukes, Fairville, has been postponed as Rev. Bliss plans to enter the hospital for surgery this week. Time of services of St. Lukes Fairville will be at 10:30on August 28 and at 11:00 on September 4. Speakers will be Rev. Ostermeier and Rev. Friedrich. Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman, Becky and Glen and Susan, visiting here from Nigeria were recent supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Mr. and Mrs. Eulan Schuller and family of Titonka were Friday evening callers at the Norman Bollinger home. Fenton Home Hosts Former Residents FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reber, daughter Rita, and son Gary of Sauk City, Wis., were .guests ^Kriday afternoon in the Clayton Dltsworth hdme. Joining them for a buffet supper were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Brown and son Ronald of Gruver, RebaDits- worth of Estherville, and the Ditsworths' house guest, Luella r:.;well of Chicago. Reber, former Fenton resident now associated with the Soil Conservation Service in Wisconsin, is a cousin to Mrs. Brown, Reba and Clayton Ditsworth. Ardith Walker, former Fenton resident, called Friday afternoon at the Ray Dreyer farm and the Clayton Dltsworth home. She was enroute to the Black Hills with her foster parents of Marion, Iowa. Luella Newell leaves Thursday for her home In Chicago after spending the past five weeks in the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth. OFFICE SUPPLIES — Business .forms, office furniture, filing .equipment and supplies, at The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., AU gona, across from new Municipal parking lot. rfH i I i I Published By The Upper DM MoffWt Publishing Co., Alflona, Iowa JOAN BOLUNdfR Newt Editor Sentral School Election Set For Sept. 12 FENTON- In the Sentral Community School District the election of board members held at the high school building from 12 to 7 p.m. on Monday, September 12. One board member will be elected for a 3 year tern; ind a treasurer will be elected for a 2 year term. The term of VerlSmUh expires at this time. Mr. Kenneth Jackson is the present treasurer and will be running for reelection. Nomination papers may be secured from the school secretary, Lucille Seegebarth'. They must be filed with the secretary no later than noon September 2nd, ten days before the election. Ex-Supt. Seneca School Passes At Forest City SENECA - Senecans received word of the passing of a former Seneca school superintendent, Melvin T. Stokke, 59, of Forest City, who died on Sunday, Aug. 7, at the Municipal hospital at Forest City. Funeral services were held Aug. 9, at the First Baptist church at Forest City. Mr. Stokke was a bandmaster, and music teacher in Thompson, Radcliffe, Graettinger, Castana, Fairbank and Corwith. He was a former superintendent of schools at Seneca and Wellsburg. In recent years he has worked as a piano teacher and has tuned pianos for many Senecans along with the piano at the Seneca Lutheran church. Survivors include his wife, also a daughter, Mrs. Dwight Winkelman (Jan) of Buffalo Center; a son, David Stokke of Forest City, and two granddaughters, -o- Margaret Nielsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Nielsen of Armstrong, became the bride of Duane Rude of Pocahontas, Saturday, Aug. 6. Following a wedding trip to Portland, Ore., $ 5off 1 TON PIB STARTER OR OTHER SWINE FEED MEDICATED WITH NEO-TERRAMYCIN OR 1 NEW TNT TON PACK Juit bring In the coupon from the Pfizer pd In September SucceiKul Firming. Today's finest scours fighter TRIPLE-ACTINd I NEO-TERRAMYCIN* (niomycln-oxytetracycllni) FENTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 889-2281 Fenton, Iowa Dr. E, W. Ruske DfNTIST Office Phone 919-2248 Reiidene* 889*2353 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T'V Sal.t & Service Phone 889-2713 FRIENDLY FENTON, IOWA the netflyweds will be at home on a farm near Pocahontas. The bride graduated from Sentral High School and Waldorf College, Forest City. She also attended Mankato State and has been teaching at Pocahontas. Mr. and Mrs. James Andreasen of Algona have been visited this past week by the former's sister and family, Mrs. Richard Smith and four children of Frankfort, near Chicago. On Thursday evening they entertained at dinner in honor of their guests. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis. Sunday dinner guests of the David Loofts Included Mr. and Mrs. Erling Frette and Judy of Blue Earth, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Husong Friends of the Marlin Liums will be sorry to hear their baby daughter, Julianne, born Thursday, July 28, at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville, is critically ill with meningitis. She has been taken to Iowa City. Recent visitors at the Curtis Olsen home have been their grandchildren, David, Debbie and Chris Olsen of San Gabriel, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilberg and family of La Porte, Ind., visited recently with the former's father, Martin Wilberg of Fenton. i i i • Farewell For Fairville Lady FENTON - The Fairville, St. Lukes Lutheran Sunday School teachers held a farewell Monday morning' for Mrs. Lucille Frink. Mrs. Frink has purchased a home in Algona and has resigned as a teacher. Those attending were Mrs. Carl Beck, Mrs. Delon Votteler, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mrs. Winston Kerber, Mrs. Norman Bellinger and Mrs. Frink. . A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS SHIODIUH6 • If you're looking for financing — to buy, build or remodel your home or farm — look no further! Our bank is prepared to make many low cost loans at any time to local families with sound credit or collateral — for any one of those purposes. You are probably one of these families. Why not come in and see — you'll get better terms at lower rates from us. Have a confidential talk with one of us - there's no obligation { Your visits are welcome — and confidential. FIRST TRUST *W SAVINGS BANK ARMSTRONG OFFICE MvFf NTOM COMPLETE CLOSING-OUT FARM SALE As I am going into a new business, I will hold a Public Auction on the farm located 1 mile east and 2 miles north and 1% miles East of Ringsted; or 5 miles South and 1% miles East of Armstrong, Iowa; or 7 miles West and 5 miles South and V* mile West of Swea City TUESDAY MORNING, AUG. 30 SALE TIME 9:00 A. M. Ponna's Lunch Wagon on Grounds 47 HEAD of LIVESTOCK 47 14 HEAD HOLSTEIN HEIFERS—To start freshening in Dec. Calf hood vaccinated, individual health papers furnished. 1 CROSSBRED HEIFER CALF— 18 HEAD OF BLACK-FACE EWES—Young 14 BLACK-FACE LAMBS ACHINERY * 1965 JOHN DEERE 3020 TRACTOR-with wide front-end and three-point hitch (only 465 hours.) * 1965 JOHN DEERE F-145H SEMI-MOUNTED 4-14" PLOW * 1965 JOHN DEERE REAR-MOUNTED RG4 CULTIVATOR * 1957 Oliver Super 77 Tractor, wide Ft. end * 1954 Allis-Chalmers WD-45 Tractor * IHC No. 37 Wheel Tandem 13-Ft. Disk * IHC No. 32 Trail-Type Mower * IHC No. 76 PTO Drive Combine, Pick Up * IHC No. 450 Corn Planter, Disc Openers * IHC Endgate Seeder * IHC 15-Ft Disk * 1960 IHC No. 46 Baler—PTO Drive * 1965 Kovar 16-Ft. Springtooth * IHC 11-Ft, Springtooth * 1957 Oliver Plow 3-14" Trip bottoms * 1963 Allis Chalmers Rotary Hoe * 1963 Big Butch 7-Row Sprayer * 1962 No. 602 Ford Corn Picker with Mounting for WD Allis-C. Tractor * New Idea No, 17 Manure Spreader * New Idea No. 4 Side Rake if New Idea Running Gear and Flat Rack * New Idea Running Gear and Wood Box if John Deere No 490 Corn Planter, with Fertilizer Attachments—round tongue ir John Deere 38-Ft Elevator * J. D. No. 953 Running Gear & Flat Rack * E l!f tricDN o. 650 Running Gear with Steel Box and Hoist * Horn Loader with Snow Bucket for A-C * Galloway 6-Section Drag * Noble 4-Section Drag * 3-Section Drag * Humboldt Stock Cutter W * Stan-Hoist Drive-on Hoist & Speed Jack * 2—Running Gears with Wood Boxes MISCELLANEOUS * 300-Q.I, On Bawl and Stind; « IOO-Q.1. Q o< Sl,,d, • 4-WlMM.e^"ft,° , Bu. H* 2-76.BM., • IJ.R. F,,d, • ip-Ft Ink tor ibMp ,r M lm, • , ur| , M |lk,rT £HII D .f«20MW,,• NMI , fti ww ' * Jit »l Trtctor Chiln,, * 8_,. „. ' WhM , w .. I"'"?' *'!*•'"• *«" •- W.IIM, tor 5! OW, * *-Wraulte Cylinim, « A lr Cwnprm.r, s-C-Ft Chick.n F..|ir,, • fcme Hind T«,l, a.d , hiMtim tii numirm ti m«ntl«n, ' U.uil Auctien Tirmil - Ntt fU.pmibl, f, r M> Pr»pirty BiiniYtd Until fcttlid F*r| GILBERT SAXTON,Owner CLABK, QUINN & BENSEN—Auctioneers Cylinder State Bank, Cylinder—CLERK

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