The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1962 · Page 15
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I MAY 1, 1962 ifiwtiw Eepmrf tit Fobll»h«d By Th» Upper DM MoinM Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCK) New* Editor Neptune Is Junior-Senior Prom Theme Fcnton — The Sentral high school gymnasium was turned into an underwater scene Friday night for the annual junior-senior banquet and prom entitled "Paradise of the Deep". The stage represented King Neptune's palace, complete with throne upon which a sophomore King Neptune was seated. Mermaids dressed in gold and green "floated" about the palace. A moss covered sunken ship including a treasure chest occupied one corner of the gym while in another spot there was a large oyster shell which was the bandstand for the "Accents" of Emmetsburg who played for the prom. Sophomore students dressed as pirates served the tables. Lynn Bierstedt was the toastmaster for the banquet. Judy Jolldy gave the juniors welcome speech and John Ruger gave a response to the welcome for the seniors. Supt. D. G. Keoppel was the speaker. The 1962 class will was read by Joanne Lufkin and the prophecy was read by Marvin Kading. Pick I From Sentral For Girls State Ervin Krnusc resigned -his job at Stoeber Hardware and began working for Watkins Products on Monday of last week. •WYI.BIB .. 2.4-D V«ID KILLER FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR HOME OWNED - IN FENTON 8-QT. CALF PAIL ,V?i 6" FILTER DISKS f& 390 16"GALV. HOG PAN. .690 6-VOLT BATTERY ,...$3.29 SUPER SPECIAL #12 or #14 Aluminui,, GRAIN SCOOP .NOW ONLY lightweight, eaiy to han die. all purpose scoop Save on either site, Use our Mail Order Dept. 35,000 Items In Our Mpls. Warehouse - If we don't have it in stock, we II get it in a hurry I STOEBER HARDWARE In Friendly Fenton club and small groups and at the state speech contest she won a one and a two rating. In sports Judy is a relay racer and broad jumper in girls track. She is active in the C.A.R. and is president of the Algona Chapter. She has attended two national C.A.R. conventions and been a page for two years at the D.A.R. convention. Trudy Huskamp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, rural Ringsted, is equally active. She is in band and has played for three years, received Division I ratings as instrumental soloist and also played in the Northwest Iowa Band for two years. She sings in the mixed chorus, glee club and small groups and has been a vocal soloist at contest. Trudy is editor of the school paper, The Beep, and will be editor of the annual next year. In 4-H Trudy is a member of both the boys and girls clubs and has' received many awards and at present is Palo Alto County secretary-treasurer. (UDM Engravings) Judy Jolley Trudy Huskamp Fcnton — Judy Jolley has been chosen to attend Hawkeye Girls State at Cedar Falls in June and Trudy Huskamp is the alternate. Judy is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Jolley. She is sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary in Lone Rock. Both girls are Sentral high school juniors. Judy is an acrobatic baton twirler for the Sentral high school band and on her own teaches 20 five to -eleven year old girls baton lessons. She sings in the mixed chorus, glee Turkish Student Cooks Up Native Delicacy At Fenton Fcnton — Easter guests of Mr. and weekend Mrs. Fred GOES ON Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Johnson spent Easter Sunday and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanifan and Barbara at Toledo. tV/lc Dennis Schmidt left Saturday for overseas duty in Adaria, Turkey. Mrs. Schmidt, a graduate of Northwest Institute of Lab- ratory Technology in Minneapolis, will begin May 1 as a labratory :echnician at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Airman and Mrs. Schmidt visited two weeks with their Barents Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt. Miss Luclla Newel, an art teacher in Chicago, 111. visited over Easter until Wednesday with her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth. Rev. and Mrs. Samih Istnir of Tomahawk, Wise, visited several days last week with Mrs. Ismir's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod, Mrs. Retta Eigler and Mrs. Blanche Huskamp visited recently with the John White family and Mrs. John Eigler and Kelly at Madrid. They also called on Mrs. Edna Weisbrod at Fort Dodge, who was recently discharged from the hospital. Barbara and Merle Halverson and Noel Westlind, Minneaoplis spent the Easter weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson They were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Justice in Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Hill JJoettcher were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johanscu and family, Minneapolis and Mrs. Howard Rabey and children of Cedar Falls visited over the Easter weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw and Mrs. E. J. Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stone and Karen Lou of Schuyler, Nebraska were Easter weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley. Joining them for Easter Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Void and family, Lake Mills. Kenley 7,wiefel, who teaches at Clear Lake, visited over the Easter weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zwiefel. Easier Sunday dinner guests at the Zwic- fels were two of Kenley's teaching friends at Clear Lake Dwight Moritz of Nepolean, North Dakota and Bob Stoughton of Inman, Kansas. Mrs. Frances Rauert, Denver, Colo, and Mr. Hadley Bailey, Des Plaines, 111. were recent visitors of Miss Agnes Goetsch and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch. Mrs. Albert Mitchell. Mrs. Morris Mitchell and Mrs. John Finne- stacl attended the Lutheran church women's District Convention at Ruthven on Tuesday. Mortenson were Bryan of Cedar Rapids, Ronald of Iowa State University and Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Householder and Danny, Omaha. The Mortensons were also hosts to Ozdemir Conklu, an exchange student at Iowa State University from Istanbul, Turkey. Ozdemir, Who is called John on campus, is a freshman in mechanical engineering He is a three year veteran of the Turkish army and has served in Korea emerging as a...first lieutenant. Saturday he prepared the famous Turkish shish kekbab for the family over a charcoal fire in the Fenton park. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn left Thursday for a Southwestern vacation. They will visit with Mrs. Bruhn's sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson in Albuquerque, New Mexico and also visit in Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wartin Hantelman. Loren Krause, DCS Moincs spent :he Easter weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Krause. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson, Clinton, Minn, were Easter weekend, guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz. Mrs. Anderson is Mrs. ramenz's sister. On Monday they visited at the home of the Roland Watsons in Titonka. Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt entertained Thursday evening in honor of their daughter Valaine's 7th birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman, Mr. William Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and family, Robin Henio and Jimmy Steinberger. Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Nettie Miller were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zinnel and family Rodman and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bell and family, Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Waitc and Tamera returned to Manhattan. Kansas, on Easter Sunday after having spent Easter vacation with Dr. and Mrs. John Waite. Easter Sunday dinner guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Vottelcr were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Votteler and family, Mr. and Mrs. Delond Votteler and family and Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Vottelcr and Vickie of Laurens. Mrs. Martin Ohm nnd Mrs. Ervin Gremmels had a birthday party at the Ohm home for Mrs. Gilbert Bleckwenn on Friday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Ervin Frink, Mrs. Fred Frink, Mrs. Eldon Hantelman, Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, Mrs. Elmer Grinert, Mrs. Lloyd Bleckwenn, Mrs. John Waite, Mrs. Fred Mortenson and Mrs. Albert Langerman. Recent Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer and Mrs. Tuesday, May 1, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-7 Buy New Bus For Sentral Fcnton — Arnold Hanson, Sentral school bus driver, will have a new bus next fall. A Chevrolet truck wilh a Blue bird body has boon ordered through the B & W garage in Fonton. The Bluebird bodies arc now being manufactured at Mount Pleasant, la. The Sentral school board's policy has been to replace at least one of their fleet of 11 buses each year. SELF ADHESIVE CONTACT DECORATING PLASTIC DO-IT-YOURSELF Waterproof, Washable Decorating Miracle STRIP. OFF. PAPER a APPtY, ,18" WIDE STOEBER HARDWARE Mrs. Hnltio \Vrsilirod, Council Bluffs is visiting with her son and daughtrr-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Lcs- tor VVcisbrocl. HOUSE FOR SALE — Three bedroom house, modern, nil remodeled, close in. Telephone (52 — Dunne Widdcl, Fcnton. (17) THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 202U Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger Max Flaig and Bruce, Algona and were Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and "amily, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. WiJmer Wichtendahl and Leon. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fickbohm and [amily, Fredricksburg. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler met Mr. and Mrs. Kaye Ruske, Davenport and Judy Eigler at Cedar Falls for the weekend. Easter Sunday dinner guests of lyir. and Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Heine and family. , i Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Walters .and, family. Toledo visited Friday land"Sa'tilraay'"with 'Mrs. , Jessie 'Newel and Beth. ' , Faye Hantelman, Denver, Colo., visited over the Easter weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman. She started back to Denver by bus on Tuesday night where she works in an All-State Insurance office. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mott and son LaDon of Nichols Motel, South Dakota accompanied by Mr. Motts mother Mrs. Minnie Mott of Chadron, Nebraska were April 21 dinner guests of Mrs. Mary C. Hansen. Mrs. Minnie Mott is Mrs. Hansen's sister-m law and Mr. Mott is her nephew. The Donald Mott family left the same day for Ames to visit with Dr. L. 0. Mott family. Mrs. Minnie Mott remained for a longer visit with Mrs. Hansen and other relatives. The Dorcas Sewing Circle met at the home of Mrs. Mary C. Hansen Tuesday afternoon. Ten members were present with two absent. Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt became a new member of the circle. Guests were Mrs. Ida Mueller, Mrs. Bessie Hartman and Mrs. Mary Denton. Mrs. Lloyd Sundc and son Roger recently returned home from a two week visit with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Devers in Tempo, Arizona. Mrs. Dover's is the former JoAnn Sunde. Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer, Marcia and Daniel. Easier Sunday morning breakfast guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler were Mrs. Retta Eigler, Mr. and Mrs. George Murphy and amily, Judy Eigler and Camella McCullough, Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Chrislen- sen were Easter weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Theesfield and accompanied the Theef'icltls to Lake View, la., for Easter Sunday at the Alvin Zumachs. Mrs. Jessie Newel and Beth Newel were also guests of the Zumachs. 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FENTON, IOWA NO. 4 OF SUPER KEMlTONE All the painting skill you need is in this wall paintl. • Never too thick nor too thin, • Goes on quickly, evenly, with brush or roller. t Requires no pushing or tricky painting techniques, t Gives you beautiful results every time. MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE Purchase price of paint refunded U f VW'NMW wmplettl STOEBER HARDWARE In Friendly Fenton FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA, THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE and GEHl EQUIPMENT Bus. Phon« 3 Rtt. Phon« HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building i Remodeling PHQNI \tt «r 17 Dr. E, W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER U The Only Publication Print ed That Takes An Interest In Fepton! LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service PK»n» 333 Fenten, tewa CODE of ETHICS FOR THE TEACHING PROFESSION FIRST PRINCIPLE: The primary obligation of the teaching profession is tn,gui.'lc> children, youth and adults in the pursuit of knowledg" and skills. SECOND PRINCIPLE: The members of the teaching profession share with parents the task of shaping each student's purposes and acts toward socially acceptable ends. THIRD PRINCIPLE: The teaching profession occupies a position of public trust involving not only the individual teacher's personal conduct, but also the interaction of the school and the community. FOURTH PRINCIPLE: The members of the leaching profession have inescapable obligations with reference to employment. These obligations arc nearly always shared employer-employee responsi- bllties based upon mutual respect and good faith. FIFTH PRINCIPLE: The teaching profession is distinguished from many other occupations by the uniqueness and quality of the professional relationships among all teachers. Community support and respect are influenced by the standards of teachers and their attitudes toward teaching and other teachers. Introducing the I.S.E.A. Representative From SENTRAL •Grant 'Ledyaj-d City •Bancroft *1 *Burt *Algona *LuVerne • Triple Honor Roll Member School Systems Howard Tomlinson, Guidance Counselor at Sentral Community High School the past two years will serve as Treasurer of the Kossuth County Council during the 1962-63 school year. Tomlinson has previously been a class room teacher and coach for 18 years, and a supt. for three years. He received his B A. degree from Coe College, Cedar Rapids, and M. A. degree from Colorado State College, Greeley, Colorado. He has also taken two summers of additional graduate work at Drake University. He holds a Permanent Professional Certificate in Iowa, and Life Time Certificate in Colorado. During the past two years, he has served as local sponsor of FTA. Presented by and paid for Privately by the KOSSUTH COUNTY UNIT or- THE IOWA STATE EDUCATION ASS'N.

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