The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1962 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 13, 1962
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Honor Roll At Senfral For Nine Weeks Fenton - sentral high school of school was released last honor roll tot the first nine weeks | Senior - straight A's, week: Trudy GET MORE OUT OF THE SOW BY FEEDING FELCO SOW SUPPLEMENT It stands to reason, doesn't it? If your sows are in better health during gestation and lactation, you'll have healthier, more vigorous little pigs! This is why Felco Sow Supplement is formulated. It has the ingredients to make your sows strong and healthy. It can be mixed as part of a complete ration or hand fed. Either way, your sows do better ... so your little pigs do better . and so do you! CONTACT ... FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Home Owned — In Friendly Fenton tfuskamp and Francis Lieb. B plus, Jane Angus, Ronald Behrends, Margaret Dittmer, Lois Flnnestad, Bonnie Jentz, Sharon Krause, Jackie Priebe, Nancy Schmeling, Annabelle Tietz, Peggy Voigt and Beverly Wehrspann. B, Lynn Bierstedt, Gail Hantelman Marilyn Johnson, Dennis Newel, Carol Ostwald and Don Yager. Juniors ^- B plus Jo Ann Breesc, David Henriksen, Jacqueline Laabs, Loren Menz and Carol Shaw; B, Mary Hantelman, Wayne Stocbcr and Shirley Sullivan. Sophomores — straight A, Den nis Dahl. B plus, Marilyn Alt, Patty Dorweiler, David Frink, Judy Hammerstrom, Becky Hantelman Jim Hartman, Elaine Schlei, Andrea Stefanski, Nancy Walker, Bonnie Wehrspann, Nadine Weisbroc' and Carol Zumach. B, Patricia Hoyt. and Marlyn Steinberger. Freshmen — B plus, Phyllis Chcriand, Janet Hammerstrom. Judy Kraft, Cheryl Krause, Ainu Luedtke, John Luedtke, Diane Pompe, Patricia Ruhnke, Ivadellc Tietz and Rennae Votteler. B — Janelle Bailey, Eugene Hanna and Rodney Jensen. 8th grade — straight A, Janell Newbrough and Ervin Root. B plus, Katheryn Bierstedt, Brian Johnson, Mary Lou Larsen, Mary Mienke, Gary Rath and Candaee Vaudt. B, Audrey Bergum, Leslie Luedtke, Steven Peterson anc 1 Cheryl Weisbrocl. 7th grade T- straight A, Mary Ditsworth. B plus, Martin Berk land, Susan Blanchard, Patrick Dreyer, Pam Kauffman and Ro bert Krause. B, Gene Hartman Jacqueline Jones, Teresa Voigl and Deland Votteler. ELCQ Alteml Wedding Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland anr' family, Mr and Mrs Rueben Berk land and family, Mr and Mrs Car' Berkland and family and Mr anc' Mrs Martin Berkland attended thr wedding Nov. 3 of Donna Mae Tin- deland and Lyle Olsen in Clarissa Minn. Mrs Olsen is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Martin Tindeland who formerly farmed near Depew and Mrs Tindeland is the sister of the Berkland brothers. Cousin? assisting with the wedding were FARM SAL This is an estate sale to be held on t!ie farm located two miles west of Lone Rock and 2?4 miles south or three miles east of Fenton and 2% miles south, and 1 mile north of the Lotts Creek Store. TUESDAY. MOV. 20 SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P.M. MACHINERY 1949 "C" International tractor In good condition. John Deere 36 foot elevator John Deere horse spreader Five foot horse mower Rubber tired trailer Wood flair box Straight wood box Wood running gear 1952 Chevrolet car Low mileage John Deere end gate seeder Four section drag King Hamilton 30 foot elevator John Deere 2-14" plow 2!/z' x 2' x 4' tank HOUSEHOLD GOODS MISCELLANEOUS Kitchen table and chairs Seigler oil burner (used one year) Dining room table with 6 chairs and buffet Dresser Library table General Electric Refrigerator 21" Portable television and antennae Radio Clock Apt. size four burner gas stove Pots, pans, and dishes Skil Saw, six inch Socket set VA H.P. motor, brand new Two Remington double barrel 12 guage shot guns Fishing equipment 265 gallon fuel barrel 10 foot ladder 6 foot step ladder 18 foot ladder (new) 20 gallon hog waterer fountain 6" ship lap boards Shovels, spades, forks, hammers, tools, etc. CONSIGNMENTS TO THIS SALE: A.S.C. America—26" furnace with f a n & stoker (grates also) 12' fiber glass boat and trailer 15 H.P. Johnson motor 30 foot two wheeled elevator with PTO drive used for bales TERMS: Usual auction terms. Nothing to be removed until settled for. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS Robert Boettcher Estate Llpyd Berkland, Auctioneer Wayne Boettcher - Administrqtor The Lone Rock Bank, Clerk Lois, a bridesmaid and daughter of the Carl Berklands, Sandra a table waitress and daughter of the Rueben Berklands and Gary an usher and son of the Lloyd Berk- lands. Mr and Mrs Norman Fhmestad and Craig, Mrs John Geitzenauer & Mrs Otto Wichtendahl drove to Aurelia Nov. 3. They visited Mr and Mrs Will Wehrspann al Sunset Knoll Rest Home and also Hcv. & Mrs Elmer Wehrspann there. Mrs Will Wehrspann is a sister of Mrs Geilzenauer and Mrs Wichlcndahl. Mrs Walter Krause was hostess to the Thursday afternoon hridgc club. Three tables were in play and guests were Mrs Emma Uei- mrrs. Mrs Relta Eiglcr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz. Prize winner.; were Mrs Reimers, Mrs Clarenct Wegencr and Mrs Eiglcr. Mr und Mrs Ernest Herklam' and Tirn and Mr and Mrs Stanley Berkland and Tania were Wednesday supper guests of Mr and Mrs David Berkland. Mrs l,ester Peterson. Portland Ore. visiled a few days last week with the Arnold Hantelmans and Norman Bellingers. Mrs Peterson is a sister-in-law of Mrs Hantelman. Jerry Waitc and Tamcra, Stanley Steerc and Sheldon Biven, the men all students at Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kan., were weekend guests of the John Wailcs (or pheasant season opening. Tarn era will stay with her grandparents, the Waites, until Thanksgiving. Mrs Frank McFall was honored at a surprise birthday party Friday afternoon, Nov. 2. The sell- invited guests who brought lunch were Mrs Art Voigl, Mrs John Thecsfield, Mrs Roelf Miller. Mrs Clarence Underwood and Mrs W R. Wolfe. Many Awards During 4-H Night, Seneca Seneca — 4-H award night was held at the Fenton sehnol gym Oct. 5 for members of the Seneca and Fenton clubs and the Lone Rock Lively Rockets. A director In the extension council was also elected by Fenton township voters present. Darrel Dreyer was re-elected to fill that post for another term. Mr Dreyer presented the leaders of the various clubs, who in turn presented their club members. Jolleen Mueller, p;:st president of the Seneca Stars, f;:ive the highlights of the club year. Mrs Amey Chcriand and Mrs Robert Benzin presented their club members. Patricia Benzin y;ive p sumniary of activities which thr Lone Rock Lively Rockets iuuJ accomplished during the ye;.r. Leaders of the Fentnn I'orwari' were introduced. They are Mrs Dick Knocker and Mrs Hamld Wolters. Karen Seegeharlh gave a resume of club activities during the past year. A skit was given by club members after which they sang. Ray Bergum and Roger Jensen | were presented as leaders of tin Seneca Progressive F a r m e r s. James Bergum, retiring president, gave a summary of the club aeti vities for the year and then presented the new president Lorcn | Menz. Fenton Progrcssors leaders are i Hershel Hartman and John Kuger. ; Gary Berkland, retiring president j gave the highlights of activities, j during the club year. Robert Johnson, Kossulh •.•\tension associate, presented awards., Seneca Stars: Completion seals were awarded to Audrey Bergum Catherine Bergum, Jill Jensen. Becky Jensen, Andrea Ruxanne Stefunski, Francine Ste fansiki, Joleen Mueller, Ann For! ney and Linda KraclH. •i-II plaques were presented to Linda Kracht, Audrey Bergum and Joleen Mueller. loleen also got an award for her long Lime record and a medal. Andrea Ste ianski received a cert ideate fin five year membership The i-luh was presented a standard Clu'i certificate, a 4-11 achievement sual a blue ribbon for their historian book and a red seal for the clul' secretary's book. Seneca Progressive F a r in •:• r members received the iollouinc awards: Five year membership certificate, James Bergum, Ken neth Beaver and Tiniolh) Slrueck or. Bull point pens for has in, record books over to were award ed to Donald Hanisch. .lamei Bergum, Rodney Jensen. Loren Men/, Brian Johnson and Ros- Johnson. Kenneth Beaver wa~ awarded a pen and belt fur ha\ ing top record book, which scored 100. Rodney Jensen and Brian Johnson also received bells KM having the best junior book- Brian Johnson also received i twine award. Loren Meiu \\a-> also the recipient of a bell Ru.v Johnson received a medal for In • work in jntoinulogy. The Lone Rock Lively Rockei received a standard club certificalv and a 4-H achievement seal. Completion seals were presented to Mary Lynch, liikui Lynch, wlv also received a plaque for having top senior record: Patricia McCleish; Phyllis Cherland, who also received a plaque for having top intermediate book; Patricip Benzin; Ellen Lynch; Nadine McCleish: Katheryn Benzen; Patricia Lynch; Pamela Lynch; Jo Ann Bernhard; Susan Lynch and Jc Ann Benzen. Jo Ann also received the junior record book award The club received a blue sea! for (heir historian's book and r blue seal for their secretary's book. The Fenton Progrcssors club received an achievement seal. Mem hers receiving pens for havinp records scoring over 35' • were Gary Laabs, Gary Berkland, who also received a beef award; Philip Ruger, Dennis Uthof, also the recipient of a beef award; Robert Bicrle, also a garden award; Randall Bierlc and Gene Bierlt who received an award for having the best junior record. Five year club certificates were presented to John Laage and Philip Hugrr. Club seals were presented to Gary Berkland for seven years membership; Dennis Newel, seven years; John T. Ruger, eight years; Brian Borchardt, six years, and a tie pin to Darrel Berkland, ten yeai membership. The Fenton Forwards also re ceived a standard club certificate an achievement seal and a red seal for their historian's book. Jackie Laabs received a plaque for having the top senior record, a seal for six years membership an award for her long-time record book and an award of first alternate for the Chicago trip. Karen Seegebarlh received a seal for seven years of club work, & lowu Berkland, a certificate for five years She also received a longtime record book award. Betty Wolter received a plaque for having the best intermediate record and Sandra Seegebarth for having the best junior record. Following the presentation of awards, refreshments were served by the club hosts. Marvin Wilbcrg of St. Paul and Luis Wilberg Helgen of Northficld visited Wednesday with their parents, the Martin Wilbergs. The Seneca Modern Mixers club met at the home of Mrs Ted Jensen Tuesday. They voted a donation to Christmas seals and made plans for the Christmas party to be held at the Fred Johanneson home Dec. 4. Birthday members honored were Mrs Wayne Nyman, Mrs Joe Madden and Mrs Henry Looft. Mrs Ted Jensen had charge of entertainment. Junior Class At Tyke Will Present Play Titnnkn — The junior elass play. "The Little Dog Laughed", will be presented Friday, Nov. Hi, at 8 p.m. at Titonka high school. Tiekcts are on sale by junior elass members at (iOc each. The play is directed by Mrs Edward Brandt. Mr and Mrs George Schuster and two children of Woden were Sunday supper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Melvin Rieks. Mr and Mrs Fred Jennings and Mr and Mrs Harvey Graham were weekend visitors with the John Lawsons of VVellman. Rev. A. F. Gerslmann, pastor of Good Hope Lutheran church, attended the Iowa District Pastor's Institute Wednesday and Thursday in DCS Moines. This is an annual meeting, consisting of four Hundred pastors of the Iowa District of the A. L. C. Lewis Giesking, who moved with his family to Phoenix, Ariz, in the early fall, returned to harvest his beans and corn here. He and his parents, the Carl Gieskings, left Tuesday for Phoenix and his patents will visit them for a time. Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Wnlrod home were the Gerald Lochrs of Manson. Cheryl Walrod was a weekend visitors with h?r friend Candaee Goldman in die Rev. Max Goldman home at Forest City. The annual bazaar was held at Ramsey Reformed church Thursday evening, Nov. '!. The Sheldon Bengston family have moved to a farm northeast of Woden. Mr Bengston plans to con tinuc working at the local cream- i.'ry for the winter months The David Honkens, Clear Lake, were Saturday supper guests in his parental home, the Alvin lion kens. Recent visitors in Omaha with relatives were Mr and Mrs Senu.- Isebrand and Mrs Ollic Brims. Wednesday evening the Doa Methodist M.Y.K. served their annual chili supper and had a very successful as well as enjoyable evening. On Nov. fi, 432 citizens in and around Tilonka voted. The local receiving and counting boards in eluded E. P. Hanson, L. Huhcr. C. A. Schutjer, Ted DeKoer. Mrs L. Schroeder, Mrs A. Rode Mrs G. Swan, Mrs Camilla Cooper Mrs K. Stott and Mrs Ted Dun mire. Titonka business places wer? closed Monday. Nov. 12. in observance of Veteran's Day The Good Hope Lutheran Ladies Aid met Wednesday at the church Luncheon was served to the mom bers and the public at 5 p.m. Host esses were Mrs VVm. Alke, Mrs Raymond Spear, Mrs A r n o I d Brandt and Mrs George Schuu. Titonka Federated club met al the home of Mrs Lyle Patterson Thursday evening. Twenty-three members were present. A short lessen was presented on various ways of carrying the Thanksgiving theme out in serving foods, as well as some table decorations for this festive time. Mrs Curl F. ('allies showed slides und narrated on their trip to Alaska and the World's Fair. Co-hostess at this meetinp was Mrs Neat Boyken. Family fellowship was enjoyed Sunday evening at Titonka Mellv Tuesday, November t3, 1962 Alaonct (la.) Upp«r Oes Moin«-5 odlst church. Hosts were Haze and Edith Budlong and Mr and Mrs Robert Boekelman. Program was in charge of the membership ' by Erwin Eden commission and included colored slides of Colorado and other beautiful mountain country, presented r Introducing , ADRIAN M. Brown 2-4225 .... who recently became' associated with Walnut drove und is the new sales semee rrpre.sentali\e fur us in your area. He will be calling on you .soon, bringing you news of the latcM developments in i • ., r . • . 4 »— •—" * «^sc* ^ livestock feeding and management. lie wanK to pass along these ideas to help \ou in >our IneMork feeding programs. CHANGING SCENE 1912-1962 N ABOARD.' GUESS WE'LL HAVE TO HANGr 'EM ALL'ROUND THE HOUSE TO DRV.' No V\cailHM Worn or Wasli Blues in 'i;j Automatic Klcelnc Dryers Are Healils m the Year of I'Mi'. ALGONA unicipal Utilities "Live Better Electrically" WILSON Swea Ciry Walnut Grove Products Co., Inc, General Offices Atlantic, Iowa Serving Eight Corn Belt States With Livestock Feeds And Minerals Jhe FRIGIDAIRE Dryer for a smart buyer! o Modil pgAs-i, olectrii • Just one dial to set for drying any fabric beautifully! » Only Frigidaire has Flowing Heat that dries breeze-fresh! * No-stoop lint screen on door, « Snag-free Porcelain Enamel drum. Insist on Frigidaire Dependability! Special low pricel $ 1 W-OWINQ HEAT DRYER FRIGIDAIRE'S "Free Electricity" Offer Good Only In November This is Frigiclaire's 2nd annual electric dryer "Free Electricity" offer and will not be repealed for another full year. Buy your Frigidaire Electric Dryer now and Frigidaire will operate it Free 11} one full year. PLUS YOU'LL RECEIVE A HANDFUL OF CASH WHEN YOU BUY THE FRIGIDAIRE DRYER. The amount it will lake to run it free for one full year. BEFORE YOU BUY ANY CLOTHES DRYER SEE CY 4-3613 AIGONA

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