The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1965 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1965
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Jfenfiw j Published By The Upper Des Moines I 1 Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa | | JEAN PRIEBE • 2 News Editor , • 8-Aleono (lo.) Upp«r DM Moin*s Thursday, April 8, 1965 3 Resign, 2NewSentral Teachers On Faculty FENTON - Stipt. D. G. Keoppel of Sentral Community School, Fenton, has announreiHhroe additional resignations of faculty members and two additions to the teaching staff fo; the next school year. Robert Burkgren has resigned as Industrial arts teacher in the high school to accept a position at La Porte City. Grade school teachers resign- ing ar? Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, Jr. as third grade teaclipr in the Fenton elementary school aivl Mrs. Fred Hilton, ^lio has resigned as fifth grade teacher in Lone Hock to accent a position for next year in the Hurt school system. One of the new teachers hired is Lewis Finch, who was formerly coach and teachei at Burl for four years and is now doing Baby pigs, like children, have a sweet tooth. They like best a svseet feed, and that's Felco Sweet Pig Starter Medicated. But it's much more than just that. This is a high energy, palatable feed that not only gets them on a dry feed at an early age when the sow's milk production' is beginning to drop off, but it also has Tylosm added, with high vitamin and mineral content, to protect them from scours and start them toward maximum growth Fresh Felco Sweet Pig Starter Medicated and plenty of clean water make for healthy fdSt-growmg baby pigs. Stop in Right Away FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Fenton, Iowa iTt f mnirr O»» fflCO Coopvrofivt work at the State I'mv- ersity of Iowa, Iowa Citv. He \ull IT high school principal -it Sentral next year. The other new teacher is John Thatcher, West Bend, who will be physical education director in all the grades and high scti •.v>l, and w ill coach high sell. 1 '-! gnls softbaJl and junior tugii l«>\s and girls basketball. Thatcher will graduate from the State College of Iowa at Cedar Fails this spring. Plans for the coaching lineup at Sentral for the school year of 196">-66 include changes in the duties of two present coaches. Lou Paulson will coach both boys and girls basketball and girls track, and will lie assistant football coach. James Woltz will teach high school sciences and will coach boys football and boys track, and will also assist with boys and girls high school basketball. Mrs. Warren Jones, who has worked half time in previous years, lias been hired as full time vocal music instructor at Sentral for the high school and junior high school. Plans for the summer sports and music programs at Sentral were also made. The swimming, baseball, and girls Softball programs will be managed by Lou Paulson. Warren Jones will continue with the instrumental music program for the summer months. - o Sentral Community High School will have 48 entries in the State Solo and Ensemble Music Contest this weekend at Armstrong. There will be nine small groups and eleven soloists participating in the vocal division, while the instrumental department plans to send 16 ensembles and 12 soloists to the competition. • The Instrumental and vocal music departments presented a Small Groups Music Program last Monday evening at Sentral. Many of the contestants who are to enter the State Contest presented their selections to gain experience In appearing before an audience. Mrs. Warren Jones Is in charge of the vocal music at Sentral, while Warren Jones is the instrumental music director. s, 'Meyer, and Eldon Meyer of Crct- osen were callers at the home of Mrs. Alex Radig on Sunday. SEE THE NEW 1965 FLAMELESS ffD 1 ra ^QPI L| VE BETTER ELECTRICALLY with a modern, automatic, flame- less electric range that gives you cool, clean cooking, • replaces cooking concern with cooking certainty. • Has oven with wonderful new features making it easy to clean and keep clean. • Choose a flameless electric range to help give your family the joy of total electric living. Fenton Post Picks Girls Staters FKNTON - Kathryn Ditsworth, 16. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth of Fenton, has hpen selected by R.umey-Weisbrod Unit of the Anipriran Legion Auxiliary of Fenton as delegate to Hawkeye Girls State at the State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, June 13 through 19. A Junior at Sentral Community High School, Kathryn is active In band, chorus, girls' glee club, and speech. She also is on the annual staff. The alternate delegate Is Rennae Votteler, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Votteler, rural Bancroft. Rennae also is a junior at Sentral High School and is active in band, instrumental small groups, mixed chorus, girls' glee club, vocal small groups and speech. She is assistant business manager of the high school annual and is a member of the Future Teachers of America. 5 Get Straight 'A' Averages, Sentral Hi FENTON - Four high school students and one junior high student earned straight A averages during the third nine weeks at Sentral Community School of Fenton. They are Dennis Dahl and David Frink, seniors; Gary Rath, sophomore; Mary Ellen Ditsworth, freshman; and Linda Ullensvang, eighth grade. Twenty-seven high school students were named to the B-plus honor roll. They are Seniors Marilyn Alt, Mark Berkland, David Eldridge, Becky Hantij)!- man, Jim Hartman, Lynn Menke, Walker, and Fenton Goodwill Project Slated By Cub Scouts The first phase of the Prairie Golrl Area Council "Good Turn Day for the Handicapped" will take place this Saturday, April 10, when the Boy Scouts, under the leadership of Scoutmaster Donald Priebe will distribute "Good Turn Day Bags" to all of the homes in Fenton. The Scouts urge the local residents to fill these bags and extra boxes generously with materials of clothing and other items for the Handicapped workers at Goodwill Industries, so that they might have employment during the next few months rather than be a burden to society. These Handicapped men and women, many of whom are raising a family, are asking for a chance, not charity. The pickup on the front step of your home will be Saturday morning, April 17. If your home should happen to be missed, please gather your contributions in a box or other bag, and have them ready for the Boy Scouts on the 17th. Please do not include newspapers and magazines in this drive, as they will not be picked up by the Scouts. - o - Calvin Menz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Menz, has been home on three weeks leave from the Air Force. He is being transferred from Biloxi, Mississippi to McClellan Air Base in California, where he will be working with radar. Calvin left Tuesday to report to McClellan. Evening guests of the Willard Menz's during his stay were Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Berkland and family and Rev. and Mrs. Rex Spicer on Tuesday evening, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Henriksen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd elie Bailey! Phylls Cherland, Janet Hammerstrom, John Luedtke, and Jim Weiner; Sofjhomores Kathryn Bierstedt, Mary Lou Larson, Rita Luedtke, Mary Mienke, Janelle Newbrough, Steven Petersen, Ervin Root, Richard Shaw, Candace Vaudt, and Cheryl Weisbrod; and Freshmen Mar- lln Berkland, Gene Hartman, and Robert Krause. Thirteen junior high students also maintained a B-plus average during the nine weeks. They are eighth graders Theresa Kennedy, David Marlow, Carl Priebe, Steven Schlei, and Paula Wiener; and seventh graders Jerome Bailey, Keven Brace, Kathleen Jensen, Lynnette Johnson, Peggy Kauffman, Diane Lu'edtke, Linda Sunde, and Mark Voigt. There were also four students earning a straight B average; Larry Geitzenauer and Dennis Gross, seniors; Linn Laage, junior; and Bruce Gerhart, seventh grade. Clean Your Own Sewers With KUtq Of All Knsy to use without muss or fuss. Just pour King Of All into your basement drain or clean-out plug . . . it's that simple! 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Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye were Dr. and Mrs, Bob Daniel son and family of Ames, Dr. and Mrs. John Waite and family, Dr. and Mrs. Jerald Waite and family, and Mrs. Ella Waite. Tuesday afternoon guests of Mrs. Fred Greinert for Christy's ninth birthday were Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania and Mrs. Mervin Jentz and children; Guests of Mrs. Mervin Jentz on Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Albert Speth's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speth and children of Windom, Mrs. Eugene LaMaack of Windom, Mr. and Edward Farrell and Chris of Algona, Mrs. Richard Countryman and Dennis of Lakota, Mrs. Eli Gerber and Mrs. Katie Alt of West Bend, Mr. andMrs. Fred Greinert and children, Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania, and Larry Alt. Judy Eigler and Karen McConnel of Marshalltown spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Sunday dinner guest was Mrs. Retta Eigler. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson spent the weekend in Minneapolis visiting the Sports and Vacation Show and the Ice Follies. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell had as Sunday supper guests Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Buenger of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Place of Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell and Duane Meling, Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Delond Bolteand Mrs. Fred Mortenson were visitors on Friday to Mrs. Wilbur Tancratz, an aunt of Mrs. Bolte, who is a patient at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester. Quilters at Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke's last Thursday were Mrs. Ole Pederson, Mrs. John Ruh- nke, Mrs. Hugo Berninghaus, Mrs. Paul Zumach, Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mrs. Melvin Berkland, and Mrs. William DeWall. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman returned Friday after spending the winter in Clearwater, Florida. They left Fenton December 15 in their trailer, and arrived in Clearwater after staying in Hot Springs, Arkansas for two weeks. While in Florida they visited the Ed Priebes, whc have not yet returned to theii Fenton home. What is she satisfied about? She is in a Speed Queen coin laundry, and she's satisfied that the Speed Queen washes extra clean ... is simple to operate . . . and that there Is plenty of evidence around that Speed Queen washers ara dependable. Go to a Speed Queen laundry and try these ruggedly built washers . . . washers that must not only please the public but please the owner's pocketbook. BLUE LUSTRE SHAMPOOER!" STOEBER HARDWARE •Mk~. Fenton, Iowa AUIUMAIIC DRYER WITH "STAINLESS STEEL DRUM THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones 'FENTOM 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 You have a pocketbook, top. You don't want repair bill headaches anymore than a coin laundry owner. The guarantee period passes by fast, and then a washer (or dryer) Is on its own. 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