The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 16, 1962 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 16, 1962
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OCTOBER 16, 1962 ifiwl an Big Homecoming Rally Set For Thursday, Sentral; Rake Friday Fenton — Sentral High School will begin Homecoming activities with a pep rally on Thursday evening at 7 p.m. in the gymnasium, where the king and queen will be named. Alter tne meeting in the gym there will be a huge bonfire and snake dance out of doors. Friday night Sentral will play Rake in the big game after which there will be a dance in the gym until 11:30 p.m. and the crowning of the king and queen. Everyone is invited to all the homecoming activities. The queen candidates are senior girls, Gail Hantelman, Beverly Wehrspann, f ois Finnestad and Ingrid Teresko and king candi dates, senior boys, Gary Pijahn, Dennis Newel, Lynn B>rstedt and Glen Hantelman. Royal attendants who were announced Friday are juniors, Linda Ramus, and Gerald Luedtke, sophomores, Marilyn Alt and Marlyn Steinberger and freshmen, Rennae Votteler and Roger Steinberger. 4-Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnei Tuesday, October 16, 1962 Bob Schwartz New Head S.U.I. Printing Dept. Robert A. Schwartz, son of Mr ami Mrs Jake Schwartz of Fciiton, and a former Kossuth county newspaperman, has been named superintendent of printing at Iowa State University. He had been in the advertising dept. of the Ames Daily Tribune for the past five years. Prior to that he edited the Fenton Reporter and the Swea City Herald, (he latter for 10 years before going to Ames. Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman were Sunday, Oct. 7, dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Charlie Nelson, Cylinder. Mr and Mrs Russell Owens and Scott, Highland, Indiana, were Monday guests of Mr and Mrs Richard Borchardt. Owens is Mrs Borchardt's nephew and they visited other Fenton relatives and friends. Jerry Waite and Tammy and Stanley Steere, Manhattan, Kan. visited over the weekend of Oct. 7, with. Mr and Mrs John Waite. A/3c Terry Juhl is visiting iu his parental Arno Juhl home for a fifteen day leave. He has been stationed at Chanute, 111. but is now going to Lincoln, Neb. Mr and Mrs David Dreyer, Minneapolis, were weekend guests of the Arno Juhls. Mr and Mrs Ervin Seeley and family, Spirit Lake, were Sunday afternoon, Oct. 7 callers of Mrs Nettie Mueller and Mrs Clara Seeley. They were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Seeley. Miss Edith Laage has moved into Mrs Clara Seeley's house. Mr and Mrs Bob Mitchell and family have moved into the house formerly occupied by the Don Berkland family. Sunday. Oct. 7. dinner guests of Mrs E. H. Dreyer were Mr and Mrs Darrel Dreyer and family. Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohlwes and Bob of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer and boys, Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer and boys, Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker and Nancy, Whittemore, and Mr and Mrs Roger Dreyer and Brent, Sioux City, who were also weekend guests of Mrs Dreyer. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Art Dreyer and Mrs Lloyd Sunde. Mr and Mrs Ervin Borchardt are parents of a son born Sunday, Oct. 7, in Fairmont. Brent weighed six pounds and seven ounce and has three brothers Brian Craig and Max. The grandpar ents are Mr and Mrs John Ker ber, Fairmont, and Mrs Rosa Borchardt, St. Charles, Minn. Mrs Franklin Mueller and Nicky were Sunday night, Oct. 7, guests of Miss Lois Voigt in Cedar Fall. On Monday they went on to Iowa City where Nicky was given allergy tests at the University Hospital because of his asthma. The results of the tests were quite satisfactory to the Muellers. Mr and Mrs Charles Kern, Shenandoah were Oct. 7 weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller visited Thursday evening with the Melvin Ricklefs, Titonka. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller visited Sunday, Oct. 7, with Mrs Miller's aunts, Miss Susan and Miss Minnie Adams and wfth her mother, Mrs Heiko Adams in Buffalo Center. Dr. and Mrs E. \V. Ruske visited from Sept. 29 to Oct. 5 with their family, Mr and Mrs Ward Ruske and Renee in LaGrange Park, 111., Mr and Mrs Kaye Ruske in Davenport and Lynn Ruske in Madison, Wis. Mrs E. It. Dreyer entertained the L'-Deal-Em bridge club Wed- nesday evening. Prize winner? were Mrs George Jentz, Mrs Arlo Ranney and Mrs Lloyd Berkland. On Thursday afternoon she entertained the Thursday afternoon Bridge club with Mrs Clarence Wegener, Mrs Ernest Votteler and Mrs Fred Jentz. Mrs Florence Saxton and Marquis Saxton attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Richard Sorensen of Ringsted Sunday, Oct. 7. Mrs Sorensen and Mrs Saxton are sisters-in-law. The Fenton St. John's Lutheran Laymen's League met Tuesday evening in the church. Eighteen members were present at the meeting. Rev. Friedrich led the devotions and Richard Theesfield presented the topic on "Capital Punishment." He also showed some slides. Hosts were Mr and Urs Victor Struecker and Mr and rfrs James Meyer. Mr and Mrs Maynard Nerait attended a gun, coin and antiqu how Oct. 7 in Storm Lake. Mr and Mrs W. H. Eimers re ently visited in Des Moines foi everal days with their daughtei nd son-in-law, the Eugene His eys. Mrs Hiskey teaches geo raphy on television in the Des [oines school system. They also visited with Mrs Elmer's brothei and family, the Ferdinand Meyers in Cedar Falls. The Meyers operate a fruit stand between Waterloo and Cedar Falls. The Eimers at tended the Dairy Cattle Congress and before returning home visited the John Eimers at Sumner. The October 8 meeting of the Fenton Forwards 4-H club was held at the home of Karen and Sandra Seegebarth. Plans for next year were discussed. Installation of officers with the following installed: president, Bonnie Jentz; vice president, Jackie Laabs; secretary, Elizabeth Wolter; treasurer, Joan Wichtendahl, and historian, Diane Vaudt. Mrs Harold Wolter is the assistant leader. New members are Linda Kruse, Pauiette Peter and Reta Leudtke. Visitors were Jennifer Struecker, METANOL ALCOHOL PERMANENT ANTI-FREEZE $1.69 Gallon Bring Your Own Container, Please WEISBROD IMPLEMENT were Jeanette Ruhnke and Linda Erickson. Mrs Ed Wichtendahl was the /isiting mother. Lunch was served by the hostess. Fellowship Circle of the Dcpew Lutheran church met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Oscar Sorenson. Rev. Oliver Johnson presented the lesson on "Salvation For Granted" and Mrs Martin Berkland led the devotions. Guests were Mrs Wilfred Bierstedt and Mrs Lloyd Finnestad. Mrs Ella Waite is convalescing at home after being released from the Estherville hospital on Monday, Oct. 8. Fenton Methodist church service hours have been changed to Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. and morning worship at 10:45 a.m. during the winter months, starting Oct. 14. Paul C. Hoyt is the pastor. St. John's Lutheran church win ter services will be Sunday schoo at 9:15 a.m. and morning worship at 10:30 a.m. On Oct. 21 however the hours are 8:45 a.m. for morn ing worship and Sunday school al 9:45 a.m. Rev. W. H. Friedrich is the minister. FENTON FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You TP Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE and GEHL EQUIPMENT But. Phono 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building * Remodeling PHQNi 125 fr 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER U The Only Publication Printe«J }n»t Take* Ao Interest In fentonl UOYD M. BERKLAND Uctn*t«i Bfd fttpte 8r 9 k«r and Farm loan* And Auctipn $trvic« Phent 333 Ftntpn, lowo Lone Rock UPW Circles Meet This Thursday Lone Rock—U.P.W. of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church will hold circle meetings Thursday. Oct. 18. The Lenore circle will meet at the home of Ruth Blanchard with a pot luck lunch. Maxine Jensen will give the lesson. Ruth circle will meet at the home of Verna Marlow, with Mabel Blanchard assisting. June Weis- srod has charge of the lesson. Colleen circle will meet at the home of Mrs Herb Nelson. Carol Bras will give the lesson. Bible Study Men's Bible Study meets every Monday at 8 p.m. at the Presby- .erian church. Women's Bible Study meets every Wednesday at ! p.m. Everyone is welcome. \ew Arrival Mr and Mrs Paul Bernhard are iarents of a baby boy born Oct. 7. The little lad weighed 7 IDS., 6 oz and has been named Kenneth James. He has three sisters and two brothers to welcome his arrival. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Maurice Bernhard of Bancroft and Mrs Alice Bierle of Lone Rock. Published By Tht Upper DM Mo!ne« Publishing Co,, Alcana, lewa MRS, JANICE STUCKI Now* Editor . Big Family Tree Fenton — Mrs Edith Hayeng; was a Sunday afternoon, Get 7 caller of Mrs Mary C. Hanson Other guests were a grandson and family the Warren Voigts of Aus- I in, Minn, and a great-granddaughter, Mrs Walter Nielsen and Nat alie Ann, Farmington, Minn Three month old Natalie Ann is Mrs Hansen's only great-great grandchild. Mrs Hansen, who will be 86 on Chirstmas Day has quite a family tree, she had nine children although only six daughters survive, has twenty-eight grand children and fifty-six great-grandchildren, which makes a total of 'Jl living descendants. Mrs Eva Thompson of Des Moines, sister of Mrs Ruth Krueger, Mrs Mary Genrich and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough, is spending two weeks visiting relatives in and around Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson and Becky visited Thursday evening at the Earl Ziegler home at Algona. Mrs Lyle Marlow and Mrs Ervin Wetzel attneded the Lutheran Women's Missionary League Wednesday at the Cylinder Lutheran church. Mrs Louie Householder and Vicki attended a 5th birthday party Tuesday for Vicki's cousin, Johnny Eller of Algona. Johnny s the son of Mr and Mrs John Eller, Jr. Mrs Merwin Marlow went on scenic tour Tuesday and Wednesday of the area around McGre- jor and Prairie du Chien, Wis. 7 hose who accompanied her were her mother, Mrs Catherine Collins if Livermore, her mother-in-law, drs Georgia Marlow, her sister, Mrs Faber Dugan of Humboldt and Ida Riley of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and ;irls spent a recent weekend with and Mrs David Dreyer in Minneapolis where David is attending Gale Institute. Lucille Seegebarth entertained friends Wednesday evening in honor of the birthday of Anna Mitchell. Other guests besides the guest of honor were Edythe Cotton, Bernice Jensen, Esther Flaig, Maxine Jensen, Beulah Lee, Fern Krueger, Tena Jensen. Shirley Habeger was a visitor. Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Herb Nelson were the Tracy Stone family and Vernon Moder- man. Mr and Mrs Eugenp (Bud) Marlow, formerly of Lone Rock, have a new baby boy born Oct. 4 at St. Ann hospital in Algona. He weighed 8 Ibs., 1 oz. and has been named Michael Alan. He has a four-year-old brother Rodney to welcome him. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Lyle Marlow of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Preslhus of Burl. Guests of Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone Sunday were Mr and Mrs Bob Seefeld and Brett of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Bernard Tigges and family visited Sunday afternoon at the parental Fred Tigges home at Bancroft. Mrs A. A. Krueger called on Mrs P. M. Christenson Tuesday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Lyle Marlow were their mothers, Mrs Anna Bierstedt and Mrs Georgia Marlow of Burt. Mr and Mrs Herb Nelson and family went to an oyster suppeti last Wednesday at the Donald Michaelsen home at Titonka. Thti occasion was in honor of the birthday of their mother, Mrs Mary Michaelsen. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone and family of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Neal Michaelsen and family and Mr and Mrs Gary Michaelsen. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Maude Blanchard were Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family of Ottosen. Supper guests were Mr and Mrs Roger Madsen and children of Graettinger and Mr and Mrs Chet Alme of Ottosen. Mr and Mrs Bernard Tigges and family visited Wednesday night at the home of her mother, Mrs Mary Reding at Whittemore. Mrs P. M. Christenson's sister, Mrs Emma Manus spent the day with her Tuesday. Mrs Manus recently celebrated her 85th birthday. Mrs Don Knedler visited her sister, Mrs Larry Heiderscheidt at Algona Wednesday. Owen Berhow has as visitors Sunday evening Mrs Bill Rotterman and Mrs Frank Rotterman of Slmore, Veronica Rotterman of Chicago and Blanche Rotterman of Cincinnati. SENECA NEWS Lola Meyer, who is a medical technican at St. John's hospital at St. Paul, and Maxine Meyer, a student at Braircliff College, Sioux City, spent the weekend with their parents, the Frank Meyers. Sunday dinner guests at the Meyer home included Mr and Mrs John Elsbecker and family of rural Fairmont and Mr and Mrs Phillip Elsbecker of Bancroft. Tuesday afternoon callers at the Die Pedersens included Mr and Mrs Anton Berkland of Minneapolis and Mr and Mrs Bertie Berkand of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and Mr and Mrs Ted Jensen, parent sponsors of the local Luther League and the league officers, Sharon Krause, Jill Jensen, James Bergum and Vernon Wilberg attended an Emmetsburg Conference Luther League workshop Sunday afternoon at Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Harry Yungeberg of Algona were Sunday evening guests of the Everett Withams. Mrs Marlys Krueger and sons of Fairmont were Sunday visitors at the parental, John Johannesens. Mr and Mrs Eugene Friseth of Fort Dodge were weekend guests at the parental Alfred Petersens. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg accompanied Mr and Mrs Henry Looft to the Harry Vahldieck home on High Lake Sunday afternoon where they helped Mr Vahl- dieck observe a birthday anniversary. "beateter Friendly Neighbors Fenton — The Friendly Neighbor club met Thurbday afternoon at the home of Mrs Ervin Luedtke vulh Mrs W K. Laage assisting hostesses. Fifteen members answered the roll call, "I Can't Stand To Eat That." Mrs J. A. Schwartz was a gueat. First Aid booklets that were ordered were distributed. Mrs E. Meyer presented the lesson, "Appreciation of Family Life." The club was invited to bring their hobbies to the annual Hobby and Craft Show at Algona on October 26. The October birthdays were W. E. Laage and Mrs Arlo Ranney. MAGIC MARKERS, Jor In- belmg botyes, P4ck<**s, drawing, m^r&eg, etc. V»r- ied colors. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Algona. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Eeniort, Experienced Embalrners and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON RINGSTED 23 21001 2IOQ6 W pages packed with up-to* date information on parties of th» month, secrets of (he successful hostess, children's parties, center pieces, etc. Atk for your FREE Copy/ See the famous vanadium stainless FLINT CUTLERY With stay-stew Waverly £<%$ and Pakkav<o.qct handles,. Spc. set STOEBER HARDWARE Sunday afternoon guests at the Alfred Petersens included theif daughter and son-in-law, the Eu^ gene Friseths of Fort Dodge, Mi- arid Mrs Clarence Cheever and Susan, also Mr and Mrs Oscar Patterson and Mr and Mrs Jim Rasmussens, all of Ringsted and Mr and Mrs Donald Cronk and family, Bancroft. The occasion was Alfred's birthday. Mr and Mrs Dick Looft and son, Jeffrey of Minneapolis spent the weekend at the parental, Henry Loofts. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Ole Pedersens included Dr. anc Mrs Roy Hasselbrock and daughter, Junia of Orange City, Mr and Mrs Dale Long and Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Merle Flint and chil* dren of Ringsted were evening callers. Saturday evening dinner guests of the Henry Loofts included Mrs Bertha Pommer of Algona, Mr and Mrs Gerrit DeWaard of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Dick Looft and Jeffrey of Minneapolis and Mr and Mrs David Looft. The occasion honored Mrs Pommer on her birthday anniversary. Fenton Progressors Fenton — The Fenton Progress- ors 4-H club met at the home of Dennis Newel on October .9 It was decided: to divide the office of secretary - treasurer into two offices. Jim Sunde was elected treasurer and Gary Berkland is now secretary. The phone committee for this year is Philip Ruger, Ricky Shaw and Gene Hartman. Dennis Newel is a candidate for county 4-H vice president. Visitors were Dean Strueck- er, Bruce Gerhart and Michael Jackson, Lone Rock. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs Newel. Wed 60 Years Fenton — Mr and Mrs Henry Schtilte attended the 60th wedding anniversary of Schulte's parents, the William Schultes at Gaylord Minn, on Sunday, Oct. 7. All eight of the elder Schultes' parents were present for the celebration. The Henry Schultes also visited with the Carl Formhals and with two of Mrs Schulte's aunts, Mrs Bertha Fenske and Miss Augusta Paul, who reside at a rest home in Gaylord. COMING FENTON WAY SOON! 15 REASONS WHY! Watch For It! OFFICE SUPPLIES—Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. Algona. , SELF ADHESIVE CffNTACTDECOTATINtt NAStlC Tabletops, • Furniturs / 1000 USES/ DO-IT-YOURSELF Waterproof, Washable Decoratine Miracle STOEBER HARDWARE - Fenton You Get The Most From FALL FERTILIZER APPLICATION 1. Soil is in good shape to support heavy equipment. Any soil packing will be broken by winter freezing. 2. No need to get behind in the spring work. 3. Tests show that fertilizer applied in the fall usually gives better yields the following year, than the same amount and grade applied in the spring. 4. Fall application of your fertilizer helps rot down your stalks, stubble and green manure, and is in moist soil for your crops to use next spring. 5. Top dress your meadows this fall to reduce winter kill and add yjelds per acre in 1963. 6. On our heavy soils nitrogen may be applied this fall with little or no danger of leaching. 7. Our fertilizer prices are lower in the fall, so take advantage of the lower costs and apply this fall. 8. Don't get caught with a wet late spring with no time to get your fertilizer applied. 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