The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1965 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 18, 1965
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MARCH 18,1965 ifeniiw Moinit publbhtd Sy Th« Upp«r D« Publl«h!ftfl Co., Alflo&a, lowd JEAN PRIEBE N»w» Editor 8-AI0ono (la.) Upper D«t Moinct Thultdoy, March 18, 196S L "- " - -__!__ --- ----- ._- - - a, - - - _- __. _^_ . _ n 4 High School Faculty Members Resign, Sentral Pops Concert At Sentral Project Of Music Units FENTON - The school Ixiard of Sentral Community School Tuesday night accepted the resignations of four high school teachers. Those resigning are Donald Rowland, high school English, Mrs. Jon Johnson, English and speech, llwayne Proechel, high school physical education and coach, and Clayton Wolff, senior high science teacher. Wolff resigned to accept an Academic Year Institute scholarship at the University of North Dakota. The Board also accepted the resignation of Donald Blanchard as principal. Blajichard expressed his desire to remain in the Sentral school system, and he has been offered another position at Uie school. Salaries of elementary school teachers were Increased $200 for the next school year, and those of the secondary teachers vere increased $350 for the next 'School year. ; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Winters of -Alexandria, Minn, and Mr. and JMrs. Clayton Wolff were Saturday night visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. ;Norman Wilberg of Ringsted to Qkoboji last Wednesday evening, whjfefe they attended D.E.O. three-county Postmaster's Mee- FENTON - The Sentral Community School will be the site for a Pops Concert, to lie presented by the instrumental and vocal music departments on Monday evening, March 22, at 7:30 p.m. Several selections will be presented by the Mixed Chorus and the Boys and Girls Glee Clubs, under the direction of Mrs. Warren Jones; and by the Concert Band and the Stage Band under the direction of Warren Jones. This will be the first formal public appearance of the Stage Band, and they will be using the stage fronts recently purchased for them by the Band Mothers. The Stage Band has 20 members. A new approach to presenting the program to the public will be tried out at Sentral. The students are conducting advance sale of tickets, and those buying their tickets in advance will be seated at small tables on the gym floor. Those paying door admissions will be seated on the bleachers. The Band Mothers will serve free coffee and cookies to all. Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. >aul Eigler and Mr. and Mrs. Bierstedt visited at the of Mr. and Mrs. Herman '.C. ' ,Mfs. Dale Weisbrod and Nadine •and.* Mrs. Norman Larson and .'Mftiy Lou attended the Girls ;.J5tate Basketball Tournament in ' Moines Thursday through ;^,: Mrs. George Jorgenson, Jr. ^.Entertained thirteen of Paul's .ir lends Saturday afternoon for birthday. Mrs. Hartman Club Hostess FENTON - The Friendly Neighbors Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Arlo Ranney. Mrs. Herschel Hartman was assistant hostess. The club voted to give $5 to the Easter Seals program. The lesson on "Nutrition and Proper Diet was given by Mrs. Rueben Luedtke and Mrs. Elmer Krause. There was one guest present, Mrs. Emma Reimers. NEW RED CLOVER PROGRESS! BRAND especially developed to resist "jade-out" Have you had trouble with red clover fade-out? Now there's help for the "etand fade-out" problem* It's new RF» Brand from Northrup King. When stands eeem to disappear into thin &!r . « • it's known a* "stand fade-out. 1 ' It's caused by weather, disease, insects and other factors. RF< Brand is a new red clover blend of hardy, disease resistant cloven that livea longer and pro* ducee more. RF» Brand if already Inoculated with UcUrU inside the seed . . . it's NOCULIZED* seed. Resist red clover fade-out in your fields thil year, Plant all RF> Brand. Book your needs with ui now while wppUei art still •vaiiablt* MCJ .MOMTMMUP FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Fenton, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Donald Priebe and boys were Sunday supper guests of Mrs. Vivian Butterfield and Mrs. Ida Butterfield, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman and family have moved to the farm owned by Mrs. Mary Hansen. Their son Terry had been staying for two weeks with his grandparents, Mr.andMrs. W.R. Wolfe, and is now at home with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schwartz and daughter of Ames visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz Friday and Saturday. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Henrlksen for Margene's seventh birthday Friday afternoon were the girls in Margene's first grade class. Three of the girls, Margene, Linda Tieman, and Helissa Krause, were all seven on March 4 and all attend first grade together. Five members of the Satellite Patrol of Boy Scout Troop 90 went to Ingham Lake Sunday afternoon where they had a cookout and visited the State Wildlife Refuge. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Lester Weisbrod and Mrs. Otto Ohm at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Later they visited Mrs. John Munch at the Good Samaritan Home there. Darryl and Danny Householder of Omaha were visitors Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortenson. When they returned to Omaha, they were accompanied by Anna Mae Doubek, who will be employed by the Householders. Workers at a quilting party •Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ole Pederson were Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mrs. William DeWall, Mrs. Henry Wilberg, Mrs. Charles Beaver, Mrs. Henry Looft, Mrs. August Nelson, and Mrs. Paul Zumach and Lori. Sunday night, March 21, will be Family Night at St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Fairville. Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman of Fenton will show slides taken by their daughter Susan, in Eket, Nigeria. A lunch will be served. The program will begin at 7:00. Senfral Sends 70 To Music Program FENTON - Sentral Community School will send 70 students to JUngsted on March 23 to participate in the State Line Vocal Music Festival. Only the five schools in the west half of the State Line Conference will be represented in this program. The schools are Swea City, Ringsted, Armstrong, Lincoln-Central and Sentral. The students will practice most of the day and will present a concert to the public in the evening. There will be numbers by the mixed chorus, boys glee club, and girls glee club. The guest director will be Robert Pfaltz- graf of Buena Vista College, Storm Lake. Each school will also present a number by one of their small groups. The group selected by Sentral is the Double Mixed Quartet, which will sing "Good News." Mrs. Warren Jones is the vocal music director at Sentral. Hits 3 Horses, On Blacktop FENTON - Mrs. Gerald Voigt, Fenton, was uninjured when she struck three horses on the blacktop 1/2 mile north of Depew, THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors RELIABLE 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE MW A -mna Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 23 — FENTON RINGSTED PHONES: 21007 ~ 21006 — 60406 Thursday night. Her car was damaged, but Mrs. Voigt continued home in it. The horses belonged to Red Thompson, Cylinder. They had strayed onto the road, probably crossing the fence on a snowbank. One was badly injured and had to be destroyed, but the others were not damaged badly. Silver Wedding Honors For Elwin Schleis FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Schlei observed their 25th wedding anniversary on Wednesday, March 10. They were honored by Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Josten of Klemme, Mr. and Mrs. Marold Schlei, and Mr. a^d Mrs. Ed Schlei. Their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brush of Hampton, Virginia, congratulated them by phone. - o - Guests of Mrs. Norman Bollinger Saturday afternoon for Kristine's third birthday were Mrs. Roger Frink and Tara, Mrs. Richard Stuck! and children of Spencer, Mrs. Larry Ramus and Denlse of Lone Rock, Mrs. Stanley BerklandandTania, Mrs. Jerald Walte and children, and Marcia and Craig Thiesen. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman. Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollingerwere Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tietz, Ml-, and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger and family, and Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl. Mrs. Ida Dreyer returned two weeks ago from a five-week trip. She visited in St, Louis, New Orleans, St. Petersburg and Key West, Florida, and along the east coast to Washington, D.C. Mrs. Kenneth Krause honored Mrs. Bernard Kramer Tuesday afternoon with a baby shower.ij»i' honor of the Kramer's new son» Todd Bernard. Guests were Mrs. Roger Frink, Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania, Mrs. Burnett Heine and boys, Mrs. Donald Hainzinger and Shelley, Mrs. Jerald Waite, Jeff and Tammy, and Mrs. Alvin Kramer, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Theesfield and Annette of Hammond, Wisconsin, spent Monday at the Walter Peril's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thilges are parents of a baby boy born Monday, March 8, in Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. The baby weighed 8 pounds 11 ounces, and has been named Richie Bernard. The North Fellowship Circle of St. John's Lutheran Church, Depew, met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Melvin Berkland. Devotions were led by Mrs. Gerald Cody. The lesson was given by Mrs. William DeWall. Guests were Mrs. Harvey Hen- rlksen and Mrs. Tom Manly. Mrs. Ernest Votteler was hostess to the Saturday Afternoon Bridge Club last week. Prizes were won by Mrs. Charles Newel, Mrs. Jessie Newel, and Mrs. Clarence Wegener. The Thursday Afternoon Bridge Club met last week at the home of Mrs. W. R. Wolfe. High prize went to Mrs. E. J. Frank, second high to Mrs. Ida Dreyer, and low prize was won by Mrs. Charles Newel, Gene Radig spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Alex Radig. Judy Eigler of Marshalltown spent the weekend at the home of her parents, the Paul Eiglers. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. George Jentz were Mrs. Ida Simmons of Fairmont and Mrs. Edna Mueller. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weerts, Fairmont. Ten ladies from St. John's Lutheran Church attended the World Day of Prayer services Friday afternoon at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Algona. Twenty-three men from the Methodist Church attended the District Men's Rally Friday evening at Spencer. The Fenton group was the second largest delegation at the meeting. The Dorothea Circle of the Methodist church met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Arlo Ranney. Co-hostess was Mrs. Ernest Ruske. Devotions were led by Mrs. Floyd Duncan, and the lesson .was given by Mrs. '' """ The Marlys Circle of the Methodist church met Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Junior Hurlburt's. Co-hostess was Mrs. Curtis Lura. There were 16 members present, and both the J /4 pint of paint 1*9* SUPfRMIX ! BNAMfi • Minuot • IXTIJUOI • WHIT* (NON-YfUOWING) J014-7I1 TrialOffer/ 39c Can of Supermix 4-HOUR ENAMEL Bring thl» coupon and we will give you a trial Vi-pint can of Supermix 4-Hour Enamel — enough for a chair, tmall cabinet or toy. One offer to a family, adulU only. Offer expire* March 31. 1965. STOEBER HARDWARE if Iowa devotions and the lesson were given byJUrs. Clarence Osborn. See Slides Of Nigeria Taken By Fenton Girl FENTON - The Lutheran Laymen's League of St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton viewed slides Tuesday night taken by Susan Hantelman at her missionary hospital in Nigeria. The slides were shown by Susan's father, William Hantelman. Devotions were led by Rev. Rex Spicer, with a group of 27 members and eight guests present. New' members who joined at the meeting are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs. James Meyer reported on the LLL Board Meeting he attended at Garner. Meyer is the zone vice-president. He also reported that the spring rally will be held May 2 at St. John's of Garner. Hosts for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Berkland. Teachers Will Attend Algona County Meeting FENTON - Sentral Community Schools will dismiss classes early on Tuesday, March 23, to enable the elementary and secondary teachers to attend the Kossuth County In-Service Meet- Ing in Algona. The high school will dismiss at 1:35 p.m. and the grade schools at both Fenton and Lone Rock will dismiss 10 minutes later. The workshop was originally scheduled for March 2, but was postponed because of the snow. The theme of the meeting will be "Putting Audio-Visual Aids to Work." There will be divisional meetings in the afternoon, a dinner hour, and a general group meeting after the meal. The first speaker in the evening is to be Mr. Clifton Kessler, audio-visual director from the State Department of Public Instruction, speaking on "Verbalism versus Pictorlalism." Mrs. June Goldman of Forest City will also speak, on "My Audio-Visual World." March 16, 1965 NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Fenton, Iowa The Annual Meeting of The Fenton Cooperative Elevator Company will be held Saturday, March 27, starting at 8 P. M. SHARP, in the Grade School Gymnasium in Fenton. Directors will be elected and regular business will be transacted. Dividend checks for the 1960 year will be distributed. 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