The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1966
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• SEPT. 15, 1966 | If mm ifenimt Class Officers Elected By Sentral Hi Students FENTON - Following are the newly elected class officers for the 1966-67 school year at Sentral. Freshmen - President, Linda Doocyj vice president, Gary Laabs; secretary, Diane Uthof; treasurer, Lynette Johnson; student council, Linda Doocy, Jim Breese and Diane Luedtke. Sophomores - President, Jolene Gangestad; vice president, Mary Dawn Eldridge; secretary, Paula Weiner; treasurer, Wayne Fodder son; student council, Jotene Gangestad; Monika Teresko and Ross Johnson. Juniors - President, Teresa VOigt; vice president, James Vdigt; secretary, Betty Wehr- span; treasurer, Gene Hartman; student council, Marlin Berkland, Mary Ellen Ditsworth and Teresa Voigt. Seniors - President, Tom Struecker; vice president, Bill Hassel; secretary, Rita Luedtka; treasurer, Ronnie Dacken; student council, Tom Struecker, Mike Lee and Mary Lou Larsen. SMITH REUNION #2 FENTON - Thirty-four persons recently attended the Smith family reunion which was held at the Swea City Park. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith and Mrs. Olive Person of St. Petersburg, Fla., Mrs. Erma Leek of Aurora, Ore., Mrs. Chris Christensen, Osakis, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Don Cunningham, :Winnetka, m., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and family, Burt, Jeanette Wichtendahl, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Smith and family, Bode; Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Trenary and Kenneth, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Burt, M". and Mrs. Carlos Engelby and family of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. John Person and son, Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan, Fenton. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wolfe of San Antonio, Tex., were guests from Tuesday until Friday of last week in the home of the Rex Wolfes. Larry is a nephew of the Wolfes. The Larry Wolfes and Rex W-jlfes spent Thursday at the Jack Tieman home. Mrs. E. Frank and the Don Shaws recently spent the weekend visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Swanson at Taylor Falls, Minn., and with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johansen at Minneapolis. Mrs. SwansonistheformerCarol Shaw and Mrs. Johansen is a daughter of Mrs. Frank. While at Taylor Falls they attended a reception in honor of the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Swanson. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Beakman and son Doyle of Des Moines recently spent the weekend visiting at the Ray Zwiefels. Mrs. Beakman and Mrs. Zwiefel are sisters. On Sunday dinner guests of the Zwiefels were the Beakmans, D. B. Frye, Emmetsburg, father of the sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Zwiefel, West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel and Aaron. Recent house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel were Mrs. Zwiefel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Menk, Nicollet, Minn., and her aunt and unole, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Menk, Gaylord, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase, Mrs. Edith Hayenga and Alan Schmeling recently returned This 47-ft. STAN-HOIST AUGER REACHES as high as COMPETITIVE 53 footers The secret is in the undercarriage. The Stan-Hoist undercarriage allows you to get next to cribs, storage bins or buildings. Its compactness allows you to really meneuver in and about tight places. Reach openings easier and better with a shorter, less expensive Stan-Hoist auger. Why pay more for a longer auger? Choose from either 6-inch or 8-inch welded, galvanized,' seamless tubes. You'll also like Stan-Hoist auger's channel "U" box structure under auger tube for greater support. 8-foot corn screen is optional. Lengths from 33 to 53 feet. Sealed self-aligning bearings throughout the drive shaft. Galvanized drive shaft won't rust or stick. Buy a Stan-Hoist to fill your bins and buildings this fall. FARM We'll Demonstrate Call us today/ WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. FENTON, IOWA SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Busmen & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, IPWP HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 889-2281 Fenton, (owe Dr. E, W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 989-2240 Residence 889.2353 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Pealer T-V Salei ft Service Phone 889-2713 FEN =RIENDLY TON. IOWA from a trip to Phoenix, Ariz., where they had attended the wedding of their granddaughter, Cheryl Gross. Sunday dinner guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Widdel. Mrs. Erma Leek, Aurora, Ore., Mrs. Chris Christensen, Osakis, Minn., and Mrs. Olive Person, St. Petersburg, Fla., were recent house guests of the Floyd Duncans. The ladies are all sisters. Mrs. Olive Person, who has spent the summer with her daughter and family, the Kenneth Krauses, left Tuesday morning for St. Petersburg, Fla. She was accompanied by Mrs. Herbert Wallace, Belgrade, Minn. They will stop enroute at the Ralph Smith home at Davenport overnight. Ralph is a brother of Mrs. Wallace and a nephew of Mrs. Person. Mrs. Herbert Wallace will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith in St. Petersburg. Sunday evening guests of the Norman Bellingers were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ramus and Deniseof Lone Rock. Mrs. Floyd Duncan gave 'a birthday party at her home in Fenton on Saturday afternoon in honor of her sister, Mrs. Erma Leek of Aurora, Ore., the occasion being her 77th birthday. The following friends and relatives attended: Mrs. Leek, Aurora, Ore., Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf, Mrs. Pat Rasmussen, Mrs. Henry Smith and daughter, Ramona, Mrs. Wm. Trenary, Mrs. Harold Becker, Mrs. Helen Weiske, Mrs. T. C. Trenary, Mrs. Bertha Elvidge and Mrs. Frank Ryerson, all of Burt, Mrs. Carlos Engelby and Cheryl of Ledyard, Mrs. John Person and sons of Lone Rock, Mrs. Kenneth Krause and children, and Mrs. Eldon Duncan and Lori of Fenton. Mrs. Frank Ryerson was a former pupil of Mrs. Leek when she taught their country school near Burt over 50 years ago. Mrs. Leek, nee Erma Smith, was reared on a farm in Portland twp. After her marriage she and her husband farmed the Porti-land fajFtfi^.b^Uon^tcGeunt of his .^health ififeyrwpEB cjo.f Ifed to seek "*^_ 'iFJ • It* _-- "_£l ! 'i«!.\1? J «\t A. - * Nurse On Leave From Africa Is Honored FENTON - Mrs. Everett Dreyer was hostess at a coffee party in her home Labor Day afternoon. Guests included Susan Hantelman, missionary- nurse on leave from Nigeria, Africa, Miss Hantelman's sister Mary and their mother, Mrs. William Hantelman,Mrs.Edward Bruhn, Mrs. Martin, M -s. Edward Meyer, Mrs. Harry Haase, Luella Newell, Chicago, Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Rlng- sted, Mrs. Ralph Walker, Whittemore, the Walkers' daughter Nancy, and their grandson, Brent Dreyer, both of Sioux City. - o Sunday afternoon out-of-town callers at the Clayton Ditsworth home included Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Brown, Gruver, Reba Ditsworth, Estherville, M\ and Mrs. Earle Fluhrer, their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Schmitt and son, all of rural Charles City. When Mrs. Fluhrer, nee Eva Werk, was a teacher of English and mathematics in the former Fenton high school, Mrs. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Ditsworth were in her classes. An open invitation is extended for both men and women to a shower-reception in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Zwiefel, Thurs- day, Sept. 15, at 7:30 p.m. in the Fenton Methodist church Mrs. Ida Dreyer and Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kohlwes, Austin, Minn., recently visited with the Arlin Kohlwes at Roscoe, Ql., a suburb of Rockford. The Kohlwes moved from Belmont to Roscoe in June of this year. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Govern of the Titonka area spent Saturday evening in the Floyd Duncan home. Laurence was a former pupil of Mrs. Duncan Fairville Aid Plans A Guest Day, October FENTON - Ladies Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fair- ville mot on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Norman Bellinger leading the devotions and giving the lesson. Plans were discussed for the On.\st Day to l>e held in Octol>er. Susan Hantelman is to tie the speaker. There will be no business meeting in Octol>er, therefore the mite box collection will be taken in November. The group voted against having a bus tour anymore this fall as had been planned earlier in the year. The following names were given as the ladies to clean the church this fall: Mrs. Howard Bruhn, Mrs. Win. Bruhn, Mrs. Harlan Elmers, Mrs. Lucille Frlnk, Mrs. Fred Frink, Mrs. Roger Frink, Mrs. Elmer Greinert, Mrs. Lyle Haack, Mrs. Rudy Hannover, Mrs. Dale Mann- RUTA'S YARN AND SWEET SHOPPE Open again to serve you. Starting Monday there will be time available on Monday and Wednesday afternoons for free knitting lessons. Lots of new yarn available. All yarn 10% off first week. This Sunday's Special Pork Chops Choice of Potatoes Vegetable Homemade rolls Coffee Fresh homemade rolls and pies available daily. (70*) a more"' favora'ble climate and moved to a claim he had taken near Arnegard, N. D. They farmed there for many year sand upon retirement made their home near Aurora where Mrs. Leek now lives with her daughter. Tuesday evening guests of the Norman Bellingers were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger, Lone Rock, Alfred Bell and Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. James Kressin, all.of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber became grandparents Friday when a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jasman, Spirit Lake. Final Rites At Fenton, Sept. 10 Mrs. Nemitz FENTON - Funeral services were held at St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton on Saturday for Mrs. Lorena Nemitz, 49. Mrs. Nemitz died Wednesday, Sept. 7 of complications of diabetes. She was born June 12,1917. On Sept. 5, 1943, she was married to Maynard Nemitz and lived in Fenton until her death; She is survived by her husband and two brothers, Alfred and Fred,, both of Algona. There were no children. Rev. Spicer officiated at the services and burial was in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Virgil Borchardt, Robert Mitchell, Ed Mitchell, Clarence Kraft, Kenneth Halverson and Ray Uthof. HOUSEHOLD GOODS SALE Mrs. Lampright will conduct a Household Goods Sale of the following items of the late MRS. SOPHIA W1CHTENDAHL at the home in FENTON, IA., SATURDAY, SEPT. 17, starting at 10 a. in. Zenith television; 2 wool rugs; 3-piece bedroom suite, like new; 2-piece antique bedroom suite; metal bed and dresser; full size roll-a-way bed; 8-piece dining room suite; 2-piece living room suite; studio couch; 5-piece kitchen set; General Electric refrigerator; combination wood and gas stove; library table; treddle-type sewing machine; antique rocker; hall tree; lawn chair; coffee table; armchair; rockers; card tables; clothes rack; ironing board; waffle Iron; kitchen clock; bed lamps; floor and-table lamps; picture frames; assorted kitchenware and dishes; garden tools. (70*) FURNACE SERVICE INSTALLATION: Our experts are trained to install any system to conform to local codes and regulations . . . and all at a low cost to you. REPAIRING: From a major heating unit conversion to simple part-replacement, our furnace experts are ready to do the job, complete. McFAU Plumbing - Heating - Electrical and Appliances Fenton, Iowa MODERN PLUMBING STARTS HERE! GAINS 41- STEAK MAKER BLOCK GUARANTEED ANALYSIS Crude Protein, not less than ... .41.0% Crude Fat, not less than 1.0% Crude Fiber, not more than . ...6.07 0 Calcium (Ca), not more than ...4.0% Calcium (Ca), not less than ....3.0% Phosphorus (P), not less than ..1.0% Salt (NoCI), not more than ....13.5% Salt (NoCI), not less than 14.5% Iodine (I), not less than 0.0009% Vitamin A, USP units per Ib. ..20,000 Vitamin D2 USP units per Ib. ...5,000 Vitamin E, INT units per Ib 20 INGREDIENTS Soybean Meal, Linseed Meal, Cottonseed Meal, Wheat Middlings, Cane Molasses, Salt, Ground Limestone, Di- Calcium Phosphate, Manganous Oxide, Ferrous Carbonate, Zinc Oxide, Potassium Iodide, Vitamin A Palmitate, D- Activated Plant Sterol, Vitamin E Supplement and Urea. WARNING: FEED ONLY AS DIRECTED FEEDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CATTLE AND SHEEP FEEDING ONLY Felcp/Statex 41% Steak Maker Block is a mixture of high quality protein ingredients including natural proteins, urea, minerals, trace minerals, and Vitamins A..D2, and E. When offered to cattle on poor pasture, or in corn stalks with plenty of good fresh water, it will provide remarkably low cost gains and start cattle on the way to cheap, rapid gains. The addition of stabilized Vitamin A, 20,000 I.U. per pound, will help maintain fast gains, eliminate most cases of Vitamin A deficiency and improve general herd health. In addition to the Vitamin A in this supplement, 20 I.U. per pound of Vitamin E has been added. A combination of Vitamin A and E, along with other high quality ingredients offered in Felco Statex 41% Steak Maker Block, will provide balanced nutrition for those nutrients most needed while cattle are grazing poor quality pastures in the fall, or grazing corn stalks. Published By The Upper DM Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa JOAN BOLLINOM Newt I I I I * ok A Thursday, Sept. 15, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper Oe« Motnet—5 over, Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman, Mrs. Martin Hantelman, Mrs. Monty Hiatt, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mrs. Lyndon Kerber, Mrs. Winston Kerl>er, Mrs. Albert Langerman, Mrs. Gerald Langerman ami Mrs. Fred Greinert. No definite date has been set for the cleaning. Notice will be given in the church bulletin. The ladies were reminded of the LWML Hally to be held on Monday, Sept. 26, at West Bend. Registration and coffee time is from 1:30 to 10:30. Hostesses for the afternoon svere Mrs. Delond BolteandMrs. Norman Udllnger. Sixteen quilts are ready for distribution overseas after fourteen women from the Methodist church at Fenton held old fashioned quilting bees on an assembly line basis. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood were Sunday guests olthe Chester Skaars at Primghar. The North circle of St. John's Aid from Depew met Thursday at the home of Mrs. William DeWall. Mrs. DeWall lead the devotions and the lesson was presented by Mrs. Milford Mitchell. Hecent house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell included Evelyn Tuff from Sunday to Tuesday of last week. Miss Tuff has been living with the Mitchell's daughter, Anna Marie, in Japan. Also guests on Sunday evening were the Harlan Gaards of Frost, Minn. NEED OFFICE SUPPLIES* We have them. Upper Det Molaee 1966 MODELS FORD Mustang. 6 cyl., standard trans., R & H, lots of warranty left $2195 1965 MODELS CHEVROLET Biscayne, V-8, standard trans., R 4 H, one owner, 327 engine $1595 FORD Custom 500, 2 dr., V-8, overdrive, R & H $1695 1964 MODELS 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 1963 MODELS FORD Galaxic 500 XL, 2 dr. hardtop, 390, Cruiseo- matic, Power steering, and power brakes, padded dash, tint windshield, R & H, like new $1595 FORD Galaxic 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 Galaxic 500, 4 dr. V-8, auto, trans., PS & PB, R & H, extra clean, one owner $1395 CHEVROLET Impala. V-8, standard trans., white with red interior, R & H $1395 FORD Custom 300, 2 dr., 6 cyl., stick shift, heater $1095 FORD Custom 300. 2 dr., 6 cyl. with standard trans., heater, one owner $995 FORD Custom 300, 4 dr., V-8, auto, trans $795 MERCURY Monterey, 4 dr. 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 PONTIAC Station Wagon, Catallna, 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 1961 MODELS CHEVROLET Biscayne, 2 dr., V-8, auto, trans., R & H $695 OLDSMOBILE "88" 4 dr., R & H, stick shift ... $895 MERCURY Meteor 800, 4 dr., R & H, auto, trans., $650 1960 MODELS PONTIAC Catallna, 4 dr. wagon, V-8, AT, PS, PB, Heater, black with red interior, one of a kind .. $895 1959 MODELS FORD, 4 door, 6 cyl,, stick 1958 MODELS $395 FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR FORD Fairlane 500, V-8, auto, trans., runs good, 2 new tires $135 TRUCKS - PANELS 19GI DODGE D-100 Pickup, V-8 engine, 3 speed, heater, wide box ...................................... $1395 18G3 CHEVROLET % ton pickup, V-8, 4 speed, long box ................................................. $1250 1!)50 FORD PANEL. V-8, stick ....................... $65 l'J5i FORD F-loo. V-8, 3 Speed, runs good ........... $150 1949 FORD V-8 F3 pickup, combination grain and stock box .............................................. $175 KRAUSE AUTO CO. PHONE 889-2843 FENTQN, IOWA

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