The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 8, 1966
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r SEPT. 8,1966 ifentmt 4—Afeone (lo.) Upper D«« Moinei Thursday, September 8, 1966 Win. E. Sfoeber Rites Sunday At Fenton FENTON - Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon for William Edgar Stoeter, 88, formerly of Fenton, and in recent years from Mesa, Arizona. Services were held at the Fenton Methodist Church vith Rev.Rus- sel Eldrldge officiating. Burial was in the Fenton Methodist Cemetery. Mr. Stoeber died August 31 after a lingering illness at Mesa, Arizona. He was torn May 13, 1878 at Charles City. He lived In Fenton for 45 years where he- was engaged in the hardware business. About twenty years ago he retired to Mesa, Arizona. He is survived by his wife; Beatrice; three sons, Oliver of Marshalltown and Raymond and Wilfred of Fenton and one daughter, Mrs. Gladys Smith of Webster City. Four brothers and a sister also survive. They are Arthur of Mason City, Fred of Charles City, Ralph of Ames and Albert of Sawyer, Michigan, and Mrs. Sarah Ortmever of CharlesCity. There are eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Robert Weisbrod, Lester vveisbrod, Melvlri v/etstrorl, Morris Weisbrod, Clarence Osborn and Lyle .Vewel. - o - Mrs. Ed Schlei was hostess to the Dorcas Circle on Tuesday afternoon. Guest of the group was Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Mr. arid Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger, Michael Tietz, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman were guests Saturday night of the .Norman Bollingers in honor of Mrs. Bollingers birthday. Mr. Dennis Frink was admitted to Holy Family hospital at EstherviJle Thursday morning for emergency surgery to have his appendix removed. He and Mrs. Frink will be moving to Arnes where he plans to attend school after his recovery. The confirmation oi Miss Virginia Fraser at St. Lukes Fairville has been reset for Septem- choose from 2 Big Sizes 16,000 or 20,000 POUND GUARANTEED CAPACITY! Now Stan-Hoist guarantees their running gears for really big 8 ton capacities. 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Durable Press Wash Cycle Durable Press Dry Cycle The new '67 Speed Queen washers and dryers have special Durable Press cycles designed to take full advantage of the wrinkle-free magic of the new sensational durable press fabrics. Durable press fabrics are skyrocketing in popularity. Buy the washer (or dryer) that is designed to do the best possible job of saving you a lot of ironing. Mod*) A76F Avtemttlc W»th«r Model 16CF Electric Dryer , As Advertised In Farm & Home Section Stoeber Hardware Fenton, Iowa ber 14th •nth a reception for her and Ray Friedrich to be held afterward for -Afiich the congregation is invited. Dr. and Mrs. E. Ruske vere recent guests of Mrs. Ruskes brother Ervin Olson at Spencer. Also guests were Judge and Mrs. Roy Stevens of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger were supper guests Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fickbohm of Nev,- Ham>ton. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hannifan of KnoxvlJle celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Sunday with a 1:00 dinner at Trelors In Fort Dodge. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Zander and Sherri of Walnut, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and family of Cylinder, Mrs. Kate Wegener of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and family and Mrs. Ervin Johnson of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Berkland recently returned from a vacation at Bismarch, North Dakota, where they visited the Rev. Samih Ismir family. While there they attended the church of Rev. Paul Gllbertson at Steele, North Dakota. Rev. Gllbertson is the son of a former pastor at Depew. They also visited the Badlands before returning home. The 500 Birthday Club met for its annual supper Sunday evening at the Sirloin House at Fairmont. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Langerman, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ramus, Mr. and Mrs. Burnet Heine, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Halnzlnger, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Bernle Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Frink and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger. Guests of the group were Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jacobsen and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wllberg, Debra Bollinger, daughter of the Norman Bollingers stayed from Saturday to Monday with the Wayne Bollingers at Lone Rock. Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Bliss attended the 25th anniversary festivities at the Lutheran church at Climbing Hill on Sunday afternoon. Rev. Bliss formerly was pastor there before coming to St. Lukes at Fairvllle. Duane DeSart, son of Scott De- Sarts and Danny Kern, son of the Lloyd Kerns were among five boys from Palo Alto county to leave from Emmetsburg on Wednesday for Induction into the Army. Both boys were 1966 graduates of Sentral High. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tletzspent the Labor Day weekend at Des Moines visiting with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls were dinner guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger at Lone Rock. Wednesday afternoon guests of Mrs. Jerry Waite were Mrs. Bernle Kramer, Todd, Brenda and Shelly, Mrs. Kenneth Krause, Scott, Shawn, Teresa and Lynnette, Mrs. Norman Bollinger, Debra and Kristine and Mrs. John Waite, Melanie and Maria. The occasion was in honor of Starla Waites third birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen drove to Ames last Wednesday where they visited with Mrs. Edna Thompson who was a patient at a hospital there. Fenton Girl Gets Look At Original Sauna Bath SENECA Dear Friends: Sauna. This Finnish steam not only a structure but a tradition, both an act and an idea. Saturday night is first and foremost sauna night. From the ancient rural smoke sauna to the one in the basement of Helsinki's newest apartment building, every Finn has access to this weekly bathing ritual. Though there are disagreements on its origin, historians think that at one time sauna was the form of bath for all Europe. It survived in Finland because of the abundant wood, stone and water - the three principal ingredients for sauna. In the past all Finns were born in sauna (one of my host fathers was, too, but it Is raw rare) because there was heat and water. The oldest form of sauna is the "savu sauna' or smoke sauna. The bathhouse was wood and the hearth was of stone v/here the smoke created by heating was conducted through the loosely piled stones of the hearth into the bathhouse, which was ventilated by a small opening in the roof, a small window, or a low door. These saunas are old, but are still being built. A typical modern sauna has three rooms — steaming, washing and dressing. You leave your clothes in the dressing room and go to the steaming room which has been preheated to about 100 degrees C (211 degrees F). (A man accustomed to sauna will use temperatures as high as 248 degrees F. but as a newcomer I was begging for 194 degrees F.!). The wood of the steam room is generally aspen because it remains cool enough to sit on comfortably while the air is at a high temperature. At this point the heat is dry, but once you are seated on the bench your host will toss a dipperfull of water on the hot stove and at once, invisible .steam can be felt all over your body. Your host may then give you a bundle of birch twigs called a Vasta with which you are to beat yourself so that your skin tingles and a delightful odor of fresh birch pervades the sauna. More water is thrown on the stones until you decide to leave. It Is exhausting, because with the large amount of perspiration, much water and salts leave your body. The only way to be comfortable in sauna Is to completely relax — you must go along with the heat, not fight it. Athletic Finns take their saunas with them to the Olympic Games. 4-H festivals start with an invitation to the bath; saunas are found in church camps and old people's homes, hotels and as public recreation. Many times a family will first build the sauna and live in it until their house is completed. Children are taken to sauna for the first time when they are five or six months old. It is the height of Finnish hospitality to invite a person to your sauna and, if invited, you never refuse. Within sauna the ultimate compliment is "Miy I wash your back f and should always be reciprocal. Sauna is now spreading all over 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 889-2248 Residence 889-2353 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Salei & Service Phone 889-2713 FRIENDLY FENTON. IOWA the world. But where ever in the world you take your first sauna- in Helsinki, in London, in New York - it will truly be an experience. Your IFYE in Finland, Trudy Kay Huskamp Shower Honors At Depew For Steve Berklands FENTON - A miscellaneous shower was given recently at the Parish House in Depew for Mr. and Mrs. Steven Berkland. Stan Berkland acted as the toast master for the program which included Paula and Jeffery Berkland with a piano duet. Rita Berkland gave a reading which had been written by her mother. Pastor Johson gave a talk followed by a musical reading by Mrs. Walter Fischer. Paula Weiner sang a solo and David Berkland closed the program with a poem of advice. The couple are making their home In Ames where both are attending school this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and Anna spent last weekend with the Larry Menzs at Swisher, la. 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Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen returned home last week after spending a vacation with Mrs. Jensen's parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Pappenhagen, Alliance, Ohio, at their lodge at Blind River, Ontario, Canada. Linda Sue Kracht, who entered a dog in the 4-H Dog Show at the Kossuth County Fair, received a blue ribbon and was also the first runner-up in the show. Attending the funeral of a former Seneca school superintendent , Melvln Stokkee at the First Baptist church at Forest City, were Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Kauffman, also Albert Johnson, Marilyn, Darlene and Esther Osborn, now of Algona. "Koflinth County's Favorite Newspaper" GAINS "te. - jn_- . 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FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR 1966 MODELS FORD Mustang, 6 cyl., standard trans., R & H, lots of warranty left $2195 1965 MODELS CHEVROLET Biscayne, V-8, standard trans., R & H, one owner, 327 engine $1595 FORD Galaxic 500, 4 dr., V-8, auto, trans., WSW, white with red interior, one owner $2095 FORD Custom 500, 2 dr., V-8, overdrive, R & H $1695 1964 MODELS DODGE 300, 2 dr. 6 cyl., stick, R & H $1395 CHEVROLET Bel Air. 4 dr. V-8, standard trans., R & H, extra clean $1495 FORD Custom 500, 4 dr. V-8, AT, R & H, light blue with matching interior $1395 PLYMOUTH Savoy, V-8, AT, 4 dr., R & H, one owner. Good condition $i 350 1963 MODELS FORD Galaxie 500 XL, 2 dr. hardtop, 390, Cruiseo- malic, Power steering, and power brakes, padded dash, tint windshield, R & H, like new $1595 FORD Galaxie 500, 2 dr. hardtop, 352, Cruiseomatic, R & H, very clean $1395 FORD Galaxie 500, 4 dr. hdtp., 352, overdrive trans., R & H, maroon and black vinyl, like new .... $1395 FORD Galaxie 500, 4 dr. 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V-8, AT, R & H, Turquoise with matching interior. One owner, Anyway you want to buy $1395 1962 MODELS CHEVROLET Bel Air, V-8, 4 dr., standard trans., R & H, very good $ 1075 CHEVY II, 4 dr. 6 cyl., standard trans., R & H, one owner $795 PONTIAC Station Wagon. Catalina, 4 dr. R & H, auto, trans., PS and PB, a real family car .... $1295 CHEVROLET Impala. 4 dr. sedan, V-8, AT, PS, Radio and Heater $1250 TRUCKS - PANELS 10 Pickup, V-8 engine, 1963 CHEVROLET % ton pickup, V-8, 4 speed, long box $1250 1950 FORD PANEL, V-8, stick $65 1051 FORD F-100, V-8, 3 Speed, runs good $1 50 1949 FORD V-8 F3 pickup, combination grain and stock box $175 KRAUSE AUTO CO. PHONE 889-2843 FENTON, IOWA

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