The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1966
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Reception Set For Sentral School Staff FENTON - The Sentral Band Mothers will hostess a reception honoring all faculty members in the Sentral Community Schools at 8 p.m. on Tuesday evening, October 11, at the High School building. Patrolman James Bonnlstetter of the Iowa Highway Patrol will be the guest speaker. There will be a ladies quartet from Fenton, also. Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom, president of the Band Mothers will be the mistress of ceremonies. The reception is open to the public. Refreshments will be served by the Band Mothers. Fenton Boys Top 2 Percent Merit Tests FENTON - Two Fenton boys, Ervin Root and Ricky Shaw, both Sentral High School seniors have received letters of commendation for scoring in the top Z per cent of the students taking the 1966 National Merit Scholarship qualifying test. - o - Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Zumach were Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Zumach of Whlttemore. Sunday guests of the Art Zumachs were Mr. and Mrs. Danford Schmidt and boys of Lake Mill, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hallbauer and. Mike of Sioux City and Miss Carol Zumach of Ames. A sub-district Council of the Methodist Youth Fellowship of the Methodist Church meets next Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Fenton Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kahler and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler spent a recent weekend In Colo- rado Springs, Colorado. While there they visited Miss Judy Eigler, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Raske and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kahler. Among those attending the Geigel Golden Wedding in Algona recently were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman, Mrs. Charles Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, Mrs. Carrie Voigt, Mrs. Olga Huskamp and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt.Mrs. Eugene Huskamp assisted incut- ting the wedding cake. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfe were recently guests of the Wilbur Holldorfs of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Art Swanson of Taylors Falls, Minnesota, were recent weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw. Mrs. Swanson is the former Carol Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler attended a picnic Sunday at the Emll Zenders home at Terril. The occasion saw nephews and nieces helping Mrs. Tillle Kohlwes celebrate her 90th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger were entertained Saturday evening at a supper at Charlie's Supper Club in Algona for their 33rd wedding anniversary. Those attending we re Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger and family of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tietz and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger. Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Bliss of Cylinder are grandparents of twins, a boy and a girt, born last week to their son and wife, the Paul Blisses of Phoenix, Arizona. St. Lukes Lutheran Church at Falrville will celebrate its annual Fall Mission Day on Sunday, October 16. Rev. Ostermeier of Peace Lutheran at West Bend will be the guest speaker. Time of services will be at 8:30 with Sunday School at 9:30. Services on October 23 will also be at 8:30 and Sunday School at 9:30. Mrs. Richard Hansen, the former Diane Snell of Fenton, has completed the necessary medical requirements and will behaving «' soon to join her husband who is stationed with the-Armed Forces JEANETTE'S USED CLOTHING Fenton, Iowa All Sizes WINTER COATS 4 BATHINETTES ANTIQUES Sausage Stuffer - Lard Press TUESDAY - SATURDAY - 1 to 5 P.M. SATURDAY NIGHT - 7 to 9 P.M. HERE'S HOW 1 MAN DOES THE WORK OF 3 with a Brady Model 144 4-Row Chopper • Pull your tandem disc behind the Brady 4-Row Chopper and do the entire job at one time. • One man can chop and disc up to 100 acres per day. • You do a better job of plowing. Stalks will be finely pulverized and not windrowed or bunched. • You can pull the 4-Row Chopper and disc with your 4-5 plow tractor. • Excellent for clipping idle acres and pastures. • One pass thru the field and you're ready to plow. • Why tie up 2 men and 2 tractors and take twice as long when on« man and one tractor will do the entire job. COME IN NOW . . . AND TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT THE BRADY MODEL 144 4-ROW CHOPPER . , , IT'S A REAL WORKHORSE! WEISBROD IMPLEMENT in Germany. Guests Saturday of Mrs. Ida Dreyer and oitheDarrelDreyers were Mr. and Mrs. August Maas of Williamsburg, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kaloupek and daughters of Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary Sunday evening with a family supper at the Sirloin House at Fairmont. Attending the party were Mr. and Mrs. Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and daughters, Allen Hantelman and Jean Kunkel, and Renee Hantelman and Bill Hassel. Word has been received by the Fenton Methodist Church that there will be no Church World Service Truck stopping in October, so quilts will go In December instead. The quilting project has brought just short of 20 quilts and there are parts for many more. Mrs. Dale Voigt or Derwood Voigt are accepting any donations Including money as they will need 10? per pound to ship the articles which also include used clothing. Mrs. Warren Jones and Mrs. Russell Eldridge recently drove to Fort Dodge to attend a meeting of the National Fellowship of Methodist Musicians where they attended a class on Church choirs. Rev. and Mrs. Eldridge attended the Iowa Area Evangelistic Preaching Seminar in Des Moines this week. One of the main speakers was Dr. Gaston Foote, author of "The Transformation of the Twelve' . Services will start at 2:15 on Tuesday and closes at 11:05 on Thursday. The dosing service will be presided over by Bishop James S. Thomas. Confirmation classes for seventh and eighth graders of the Fenton Methodist Church will • begin this Thursday, October 6 at 4:00. Mrs. Chas. Newel Gets WSCS Honor FENTON - The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Fenton Methodist Church met in September for their annual "Golden Age Service". Mrs. Charles Newel was honored as the new "Golden Ager" with her niece, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, pinning her Woman's Society of Christian Service Pin, a gift from the society, for her just before she added her name to the "Golden Age Scroll". Mrs. Raymond Stoeber was in charge of the program which included a solo by Mrs. Jack Gerhart and a duet by Mrs. Marold Schlei and Mrs. Russell Eldridge. There were nine guests in attendance also. Club Honors A Silver Wedding FENTON - The Fenton 47 Club gathered Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt to help them celebrate their Silver wedding anniversary. There were eight tables of Court Whist. High prizes went to Mrs. Robert Krause and Gerald Cody. Low prizes were awarded to Mrs. Marlin Wegener and Arnold Neilsen. Mr. Lyle Hansen took travel prize. The members of the club brought and served the lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Alt will be married twenty-five years on Wednesday, October 5. Fenton Pastor Conducts Service FENTON - Rev. Eldridge recently held the worship service at Turner's Rest Home in Armstrong. Teresa Voigt, Margo Rusch, Mary Ellen Ditsworth and Suzanne Newel accompanied him. Miss Newel played for the* service and the other three sang as a trio during the service. The Iris Circle also recently sponsored an afternoon of devotions and a program which was attended by 14 ladies and David Osborn. Following the service which was lead by Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and Mrs. Jack Gerhart, the group served homemade pies to the residents of the home. AUTHOR Thirty-year-old Eugene Olson, former Bode farm boy, now an instructor at Luther College, who uses the pseudonym Brad Steiger, wrote "Valentino - A Personal Biography"and its sale has now reached over the million mark. The million-copy first -run edition is unprecedented in paper-back editions. l-Roek U.P.W. Names Officers For New Year LONE ROCK - The Lone Rock Presbyterian church U.P.W. has elected its new officers for the coming year. They are: President, Mrs. Delmar Fischer, first vice president, Mrs. Denis Prlebe; second vice president, Mrs. Jim Marlow; secretary, Mrs. Art Person; assistant sec., Mrs. William Marlow; treasurer, Mrs. LeRoy Bras; asst. treas., Mrs. Bud Miller; pledge sec., Neva Thompson; flower committee, Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod, Mrs. Allwin Lockwood and Mrs. Roy Jensen: nominating committee, Mrs. Robert Fortney, Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, Mrs. Clair Bellinger; sewing supplies, Mrs. Dave Weber. Circle leaders are Mrs. LeRoy Bras, Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. Milton Madison; program dept. chairman and literature sec., Mrs. Jim Marlow; spiritual life sec., Mrs. Art Person; nat'l. mission, Mrs. Roy Jensen; social education and action sec., Mrs. Frank Flaig; ecumenical missions sec., Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom; Christian education, Mrs. Bud Miller. - o - HOST FACULTY Sentral Band Mothers will host a reception honoring all faculty members in the Sentral Community Schools Oct. 11 at 8 p.m. at the high school building. James Bonnstetter of the Iowa Highway Patrol will be guest speaker. Rev. Bullock of-the Lone Rock Presbyterian church will have devotions and there will be a ladies quartet from Fenton. Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom, president of the Band Mothers, will be master of ceremonies and Supt. D. C. Keoppel will introduce faculty members. The public is cordially invited. Refreshments will be served. - o - * NO SCHOOL .;:. • j There was no school Oct. 4 in any of the Sentral Community Schools, according to Supt. D. G. Keoppel. The teachers were attending the Kossuth Co. Teachers Institute. - o - Pat Hutzel, who has made her home with Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Wetzel for the past two years, was home last weekend from Estherville Jr. College where she is going to school. Pat is THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmeri and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phenei FINTON 189-2796 RINOSTED 166-1006 166-1001 866-1970 FREE! KNITTING LESSONS Ruta's Yarn & Sweet Shop Every Monday & Wednesday 2 to 4 P.M. Grade Students Mondayi - 4 to 5:30 P.M. Serving Fopd Daily and Open Sundays 8 A.M. . 3 P.M. Delicious French Fried Chicken Freth Home-Mad* Pies end Rolls Daily Fenton/ Iowa a 1966 graduate of Sentral and is taking a practical mrsing coarse at Estberville. SENECA Weekend guests of the Cecil Baldwins Included their niece, Mrs. A. N. Storm of Des Moines and a friend, Mrs. Blanche Hansen, Santa Ana, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen accompanied by their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Friesth and children Darleneand Mark of Badger, were guests at the Clarence Cheever home, rural Ringsted, where they helped little Lyle Joe Cheever observe his first birthday anniversary. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cheever of Armstrong, the paternal grandparents, and an aunt and uncle, the Bud Cheever s of Omaha, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson drove to Forest City Monday night where they visited with Mrs. Thompson's mother, Mrs. Hauge, at the "Dutch" Rekina home. Mrs. Hauge has been confined to her bed for a number of years. Seneca friends of Jackie Gell- enfeld will be interestedinknow- ing that he is now at Fort Bliss, Tex., where he is taking his basic army training. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft and children were Sunday dinner guests of the Marvin Hoppes at Madelia, Minn., where they helped little Ricky Hoppe observe a birthday anniversary. The Seneca Thursday club met with Mrs. Henry Looft Thursday afternoon. Honored birthday members included Mrs. Everett Witham, Mrs. Nina Kracht and Mrs. Hans Jensen. A special feature of the afternoon was a plant identification and exchange. Mrs. Otis England of Ringsted will be the October hostess. Members are to bring favorite cookie recipes. . Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen attended the wedding of their niece, Lois Nickelson, at Ft. Dodge last •weekend. Mrs. Clarence Cheever and daughters accompanied them. . Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl received word Wednesday evening of the passing of Mr. Oftedahl 1 s brother who lives at Cleveland, Ohio. The Oftedahls accom- panied other relatives from Minnesota to the funeral services which were held on Saturday. The Eimer Gram family of Armstrong recently moved Into the England house on the acreage which the Englands recently purchased from the Ralph Campbell estate. Mr. Gram is employed at Artsway, Armstrong. The Clarence Genrlch family, who recently moved from the Titonka area into the Leonard Madden house on the former Mueller farm southwest of Seneca, moved over the weekend into the Sophia Wichtendahl house at Fenton, wtdch they purchased. Mr. Genrlch is employed by Bob Mitchell of Fenton in his implement business. Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Mrs. Henry Looft drove to Spencer Saturday where they recorded the radio programs which will be broadcast on Sunday morning, Oct. 9, at 11:15. The program is sponsored by the American Lutheran church women of the Emmetsburg conference*. "GUINEA BEANS" Giant squash-like "guinea beans" have grown to a most impressive size in the garden of the Chuck Woodrums, Montezuma. The largest one is 50 inches long, weighs 9 pounds and is more than 11 inches in circumference. CANINE HERO The barking of a teal hunter's dog saved his master's life FENTON CAFE Saturday night, 5-7 Menu Barbecued Ribs Salad Baked Potatoes Homemade Breads Drink $1.00 We will close Sunday October 9th at 1 p.m. for one Sunday only. (76*) BAZAAR SALE Monday, October 10th 2p.m. - 5 p.m. Fenton Cafe basement Homemade Fancy Work Handmade by Mrs. Oscar Sorensen Get your Christmas gifts now. (76*) to FARM FOR SALE IMPROVED 120 ACRES X 1 mile from High School 1 mile from Grade School On Blacktop Highway Gerald Voigt, Referee Fenton, Iowa 76-77 SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Ftnton, tewa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Rvmodtllng PHONE 889-2281 Ftnten, lo>/e Dr. E, W. 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