The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 23, 1966
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I Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1966 4—Algona (la.) upper De* Melnei 5 Clubs 4-H, Hold Award I Night At Fenton, Nov. 17 -FENTON - 4-H Aw?rd Night was held Monday evening, N«v. 17, at the Tenton school gymnasium with the Fenton 4-H njembers as hosts and ^ostesses. 4-H clubs receivin special ajmrds Included th» Seneca Stars, Seneca Progressive Farmers, 1&e Lone Rock ively Rockets, fhe Fenton For ards and the Fenton Progre ..sors. MJennis Cur berland, Kossuth county Extension assistant, had charge of the presentation, assisted by the club leaders. .Seneca Si .rs club members re- cBlving aw.-'-ds included Barbara Apdre, Carrie Bergum, Audrey Bergum, i-atrlcia Dreyer, Ann FOrtney, Jusan Fortney, Rose- iriary F jrtney, Becky Jensen, Jill Jensen Linda Sue Kracht, Anna Menz and Kathy Merrill. 'vMrs. Henry Loott was pre- sentee 1 , with an emerald 4-H pin for 2'i years of leadership and swvice. 'Thf. Seneca Stars entertained the group with two vocal selections. Loaders of the Seneca Stars are Mrs. Nina Kracht and Mrs. Robert Fortney. Se'ieca Progressive Farmers club members displayed the ribbon they won on the project which they took to the Kossuth County Fair. The coveted Chicago Trip Award was presented to,; Brian Johnson with other honors. Another outstanding club mejnber is Rodney Jensen, who received numerous awards. Other members receiving awards included Edward Bergum, Thomas Bergum, Jo Ann Bernhard, Steve Cherland, Michael Cyphers, Steve Fischer, Kathy Jensen, Ross Johnson, Richard Lynch, Theresa Lynch, Tim Lynch, Ellen Lynch, John Nyman and Dennis Wilberg. Leaders of the Seneca Progressive Farmers are Raymond Bergum, Roger Jensen, Alvin Cyphers and Paul Bernhard. - o - Lone Rock lively Rockets,' under the leadership of Mrs. Robert Blnzen, presented two skits, and members receiving awards included Brenda Bernhard, Jo Ann Bernhard, Jo Ann Binzen, Jean Ann Bolllg, Linda Doocy, Pat Lynch, Susan Lynch and Nadine McCleish. - o - The Fenton Forwards also entertained the group with a skit. Their leaders are Mrs. Dick Kuecker and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer. Completion seals were presented to Barbara Baxter, Debbie Bierle, Susan Bierle, Evelyn Bierstedt, Kay Dreyer, Alice Krause, Ann Krause, Diane Luedtke, Rita Luedtke, Karen Jentz, Diana Mills, Jean Pompe, Sandra Seegebarth, Jane Wichtendahl, Marlys Wichtendahl and Judy Wolter. Other awards went to Debbie Bierle, Susan Bierle, Kay Dreyer, Rita Luedtke, Diana Mills, Jean Pompe, Sandra Seegebarth and Judy Wolter. - o - The Fenton Progressors introduced themselves and told the group about their last year's project in 4-H. Dennis Uthof was named as a winner of the Chicago Award trip; also the eight-year seal and a pen for having a high scoring record book. Philip Ruger 19- ceived a nine-year membership seal, a pen for having :. high scoring record book ami ..plaque for having the top senior record book in the club. Randall Bierle also received a six-year seal, a pen for a high scoring record bork, a sheep award and a belt for having top books in consecutive years. Other awards went to Robert Bierle, Lee Dreyer, Gary Laabs, Delon Jentz, Lynttte Johnson, Melba Krause, Diane Uthof and Darlene Uthof. Leaders of the Fenton boys' club are Danel Dreyer, John Ruger, Ray Laabs, Darrel Berkland and Roy Bierle. - o - Mrs. Henrietta Thompson was hostess to the Seneca Thursday club at her home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Looft was the honored birthday member. Bunco furnished the afternoon's entertainment with prizes being won by Mrs. Clarence Menz and Mrs. Otis England. The Christmas party will be held at the Home Cafe at Ringsted on Friday, Dec. 29, at 2 o'clock, with Mrs. Delmar Fischer as hostess. There will be a Christmas gift exchange. Mrs. Raymond Bergum, president-elect of the Blakjer Lutheran church women, Mrs. Henry Looft, vice president, and Mrs. EdanJohannesen, secretary of stewardship, attended a workshop at Thompson, Monday, Nov. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rubiano and, daughter of Romney, West Virginia, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Taylor of Des Moines, came for their father's funeral, Aaron Taylor of Burt, which was held last Saturday at Algona, and visited with their mother, Mrs. Nina,Kracht. ; Mrs.^Rublano and daughter will remain; here:,until after the Christmas holidays. Mrs. Nina Kracht, Mrs. Robert Fortney and Mrs. Henry Looft attended the first leader training 4-H meeting held Tuesday at the Extension meeting room at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Engstrom and daughters of Algona recently visited at the Kenneth Thompson home after having returned from a visit with the Donald Heerdts and the Martin Charlstons who live in Laramie, Wyo. Guests at the Kenneth Thompson home Nov. 6 in honor of the Thompson's 25th wedding anniversary included Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Hedin and sons, Mallard; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Engstrom and daughters, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Volk, Algona; Mrs. Delores Grundswald, Ft. Dodge; also Mr. and Mrs. Paul Letcher and Mrs. Delorea Letcher of Spencer; Cecil Champney of Marshalltown; Mr. and Mrs. Myron Gilbert and Linda, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gilbert, all of Milford; Bertram Hauge and children of Lake Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Bartelson and sons; Mr. and Mrs. Connie Satern and boys, all of Forest City; Mr. SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sundt Ooldtn Sun Feeds GERALD VOIOT INSURANCE Pinion, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE flt»33ll ft nton, Iowa Dr. E. W. Ruske DiNTIST Office Phone 819-2241 Rttldtnc* 119*2353 Ftnton, lewa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. P«al»r T.V Saltf A S*rvUf Phont 119-2713 jgjgjg^i^fBfj a ^i^mm^i^*~ m ^^>^ i < i * uti w- 1 " 1 " •- '• RIENDLY RIQ and Mrs. Victor frost and Mrs. Myrtle Frost, Whittemore; Mrs. Uovd Thomas and boys and Mrs. George Charlston, Marilyn and Delores of Lake Mills; David Frost, St. James, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hauge ai>d Terry and Mrs. Blanche Larsen of Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Red Winters, Buhalo Center; and Mrs. Marie Heerdt, Ringsted. Mrs. Delores Grundswald, along with her mother, also a son, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grundswald, all oi Ft. Dodge, were guests last Saturday at the Thompson's brothers home. They came to do some pheasant hunting. Friends of Mrs. Archie Whitman will be interested in knowing that she suffered a broken bone in her leg, just above the ankle, in a fall when she slipped on snow- covered ice as she was going out after a paper at her home near East Chain, Minn., lar.t Sunday morning. She now Is wearing a walking cast and is able to go about the house and do the light household chores. Red Cross To Stage Drive, County Funds FENTON - The Kossuth County Red Cross Chapter is conducting it's first fund drive In the County in three years. The increased action in Viet Nam and disasters make it necessary for this effort. Almost everyone in the County has had canlact with the Red Cross through one or more services. The local Chapter plans with approval of the county Education Association to put First Aid In all the High Schools of the County. Already First Aid classes are being taught In Titonka Consolidated School and Garrlgan High School, Algona. Algona Public School has long made this service available to their students. The six swimming pools which will be in operation in the County nerd summer will have the services of Red Cross Water Safety Aid Instructors. All Red Cross swimming certificates of these children are Issued by the Algona Chapter. , ^, The Chapter has bern handling many services to the Military and their families. There have been approximately 90 cases thru the Chapter since March 1st when Mrs. Evelyi Blckert became executive secretary of the Chapter. The recent Belmord disaster is another mandatory service along with service to the Military. Mrs. Cody Is Hostess To Fenton T & C FENTON - The Fenton Town and Country Women's Club met last week at the home of Sylvia Cody with Lorainne Feye as co- hostess. Miss Trudy Huskamp showed the group slides and talked of her six months in Finland with six NtMMS FINTON 1194796 MNOSTID 166.1006 166-1001 •66-1970 PobllihH ly th« Upper DM MdfMf • PublfoMna C«., Aiflono, tow* I JOAN lOLUNdtR § N*w> Iditor I different host families. The group discussed plans foi the alumni ballgame on March 3. Tnere will be a ballgame between interested men and the Phys. Ed boys first and then the game between the women and the girls. An invitation was read irom the Titonka Women's Club to attend the Christmas Fair to be held at the Lutheran Churc.i in Titonka on December 1. The group also voted to send a cash gift to Cherokee Mental Hospital for patients to buy Kanteen Cards for Christmas. Lynn Ruske Takes Bride In Wisconsin FENTON - Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske attended the wedding of their son, Lynn Ruske and Phyllis Ann Hall on Saturday November 12 In the Dale Heights Presbyterian Church In Madison, Wisconsin. The newlyweds will make their home in Madison, where Mr. Ruske Is underwriter for General Casualty Insurance Company of Madison. Recent visitor of the Dr. E. W. Ruske's was their son, Ward of LeGrange Highlands, Illinois. - o - CIRCLE MEETS The Helen Circle of the Fenton Methodist Church met last week at the home of Charolette Underwood. Butternut strips collected by the group are to be brought to the WSCS meeting on December 1. The Church World Service clothing and quilts are due by December 10. The program, "Mission School — Its Past Function and Present Dilemna" was presented by Bertha Lufkin and Dorthea Ranney. - o- BRIDAL SHOWER A miscellaneous bridal shower will be held for Mr ."and Mr si >! Donald Metcalf (nee Joyce Berk-, land) at St. John's Luthern Church at Depew on Saturday THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Nnton, lewe Experienced Imbolmeri and Funeral Directors lUjlablt 24 Hour Ambulance Strvlc* Funeral May Be Referred To Us Wifh Confidence evening, Novemter 26 at 8:00 p.m. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. No cards are being sent. - o The 500 Birthday Club met last Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Larry Ramjs at Lone Rock. Mrs. James Meyer won high prize and low went to Mrs. Roger Frink. Mrs. Roger Radig was a guest of the group. November birthdays honored were Mrs. Gerald Langerman's and Mrs. Jerald Walte's. The group discussed more plans for their annual New Year's Eve Party. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber recently attended the Dads Day Activities and luncheon at the University of Iowa as guests of their son, Wayne who is a junior at the University. They also attended the Open House for Parents of R.O.T.C. members. Wayne is ah Army Cadet with the group. They also attended the football game between Iowa and Ohio State. On Thursday evening, Sunday evening and Monday they were guests at the homes of the Richard Stucki's at Ogden, the Oliver Stoebers at Marshalltown and Gladys Smith at Webster City. Tony Kahler left Tuesday for induction into the United States Army. Also leaving from this area were John Hovey and Allen Dacken of Lone Rock. The group was sent to Texas. Mr. and Mrs. ErvlnGremmels left this week for Florida where they plan to spend the winter. St. Lukes Sunday School will begin practice for its Christmas Eve Program next Sunday afternoon from 2:00 until 3:30. Visitors for Thanksgiving at the Rev. Bliss home are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sasse and Mr. and Mrs. Don Sasse, Michael and Kevin. Name Omitted FENTON - The name of Ervin Root, senior, should have been oh the straight "A" honor roll from Sentral High School as announced by Principal Robert Rice, last week. The unintentional omission Is regretted. TOP THE HOG MARKET Felco 14% Pig Grower is a complete feed for pigs from ^ weaning to 100 pounds. Pigs at this stage get rapid, A efficient gains with this vitamin-rich feed. Arsanilac T acid is added for proven growth stimulation. Problems ^ of overeating either supplement or grain are solved when ^ a complete, properly balanced feed is used in this young £. pig feeding program. Felco 14% Pig Grower is the answer T for the hog producer who wants effective gains. V Come in Soon Y FENTON t Go-Op Elevator • Penten, lewa * A FESTIVE 6 6 May your holiday be abundantly blessed with all the good things in lifel As you and your loved ones gather around the Thanksgiving table, may your happy faces reflect health and good fortune. Let us give thanks! FIRST- TRUST •jul SAVINGS F.O.I.C. BANK ARMtTRONa OFFICE AvFCNTON ^SH&L THE MOST NATURAL SOUND IN STEREO Special I' THE GREIG • Model X930W § Zenith Solid-state console * Stereo with FM/AM/Stereo FM Radio, plus Zenith Stereo Precision Record Changer. Modern Style Cabinetry. See the NEW 1967 BEST IN SOUND! Micro-Touch* 8 Zenith quality 2G Tone Arm matched and —world's balanced most Imitated speakers. tone arm. Bonus Offer! ; w RADIOS • • • • • e • • / *39 90 ' VALUE Record Library and Roll-about cart both for only Enjoy P.M. music (hit teaton on any of the 5 P.M. stationi in this area on a new Zenith Radio . . . as always, we have a fine selection oi-KM., CLOCK and PORTABLE RADIOS for your selection. • • MORTENSEN T-V SEE THEM NOW AT FENTON, IOWA The CALYPSO • Model X540 &>lld-3Ute. PUyi all record AIM. Vinyl covered cabinet in two-tone Grey color or two-tone Belfe ^ - _ _ color $£«? Phone 889-2811 I ••••••••••••••••••••••"•••••••••• 1966 MODELS FORD Galaxle 500, 4 dr. 352, auto, trans., R & H, one owner, warranty, white with red interior, like new .. $2550 FORD Custom 500. 4 dr. V-8 352, auto, trans., R & H, tint glass, antique bronze with beige interior $2250 FORD Custom 500 V-8, auto, trans., R 4 H, red with red interior, warranty $2265 FORD Custom 500 V-8, auto, trans., R & H, Power steering, . factory air, 4 new tires $2495 RAMBLER Ambassador 880, 2 dr. sedan, 232 6 cyl. engine, standard trans., R & H, WSW tires, 11,000 miles like new $1995 DODGE Coronet 440, 2 dr. 318, V-8 engine, standard trans., R & H, power steering, WSW tires, vinyl interior, few miles, lots of warranty left $2395 1965 MODELS FORD Custom 500, 4 dr. V-8, o'drive, heater, 1 owner, good condition $1595 PLYMOUTH Fury 1, 2 dr. 6 cyl. stick, R & H, maroon with red interior $1495 PLYMOUTH Fury I, 4 dr. 6 cyl. stick shift, R&H, extra clean $1585 1964 MODELS FORP Custom 500, 6 cyl. standard trans., R & H, grey with red interior. Very good condition $1195 PLYMOUTH Fury. 4 dr. V-8, auto, trans., power steering, power brakes, R * H, lite blue, still in warranty .... $1495 FORD Custom 500, 4 dr., V-8, auto, trans., R * H, light blue with matching interior • $1185 CHEVROLET Impala, 4 dr. sedan, 283 powerglide, power steering, power brakes, R & H, good $1585 VOLKSWAGON, 2 dr. sedan, like new, one owner .. $1185 1963 MODELS FORD Galaxle 500, 2 dr. hardtop, 352, Cruiseomatic, R & H, very clean $1395 FORD Galaxle 500, 4 dr. hardtop, 352, overdrive trans., R & H, maroon and black vinyl, like new $1295 FORD Galaxie 500, 4 dr., V-8, auto, trans., power steering, power brakes, R & H, extra clean, one owner $1295 CHEVROLET Impala, V-8, standard trans., white with red Interior, R&H $1395 MERCURY Monterey, 4 dr. V-8, auto, trans., R&H, Turquoise with matching interior. One owner, Anyway you want to buy $1250 FORD Galaxle, 4 dr., 6 cyl. stick, R&H, Clean, one owner $995 MERCURY Meteor, 4 dr. V-8, O'drive, R&H, tint windshield, 4 new tires $1195 1962 MODELS CHRYSLER Newport 4 dr,, V-8, auto, trans., power steer, ing and power brakes, R&H, white with red interior $1095 CHEVROLET Impala. 4 dr. sedan, V-8, auto, trans., power steering, radio and heater $1195 OLDSMOBILE "88" 2 dr. hardtop, V-8, stick shift, mar. oon with red interior $1150 CADILLAC, 4 dr. hardtop sedan deville, full power, one owner, like new $1595 CHEVROLET Station Wagon, Biscayne, 6 cyl. stick, white with red interior $1050 DODGE Dart 44. 4 dr. V-8, R&H, AT, jight blue and matching interior, extra clean $775 1961 MODELS FORD Fairlane 500. 6 cyl. 4 dr., R & H, motor completely overhauled $059 CHEVROLET Biscayne, 2 dr., V-8, auto, trans., radio end heater , $gg§ BUICK Invlcta, 2 dr. hardtop, V-8, auto, trans. Full powejr and air condition $jo95 FORD Gilaxie Coupe, 350 Cruiseomatic, R&H, PS, PB, white with red interior , ,. $595 1959 MODELS PLYMOUTH Fury, 4 dr. sedan, V-8, auto, trans., power steering, power brakes. Runs good .................. $295 FORD Custom 300, 4 dr. 6 cyl. stand, trans., R&H $350 1958 MODELS FORD Fairlane 500 4 dr. V-8, AT, R & H, runs good $225 1957 MODELS IMPERIAL, 4 dr, hardtop, full power .............. $395 1956 MODELS CHEVROLET 210, 4 dr., 6 cyl., stick ................ $250 PICKUPS with LONG WIDE BOXES 1 1 I 1966 FORD F-ioo Custom Cab, custom appearance, 2 tone, tint glass, WSW, big hub caps ................. $2095 1966 DODGE D-100 pickup, Vfe ton, long wide box - like new ....... ,' ............ . .......... . .............. $ 1895 1964 DODGE D-ioo PICKUP, V-8 Engine, 3 speed, heater, wide box . . ............................ , . ....... $1395 1963 CHEVROLET H ton V-8, 3 speed* step side box, radio and heater 1952 CHEVROLET. V4 ton, 4 speed, runs good ..... L . $245 1951 FORD F-ioo tfc Ton PICKUP, V-8 Engine, 3 speed, neater .. .................... . .' KRAUSE AUTO CO. PHONE 989-2943

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