The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 23, 1965 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 23, 1965
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(to.) Upper Dei Moln*i Thurtday, Sept, 23, 1965 Class Officers Elected For Sentral High School FENTON - Classes at Sentral Community high school have recently elected their class officers and student council representatives for the coming year. In the Senior class, president Is Dennis Uthof, vice-president, Perry Elmers, secretary; Phyllis Cherland, and treasurer Kathryn Ditsworth. Junior class s pres., Janell Newbrough, vice -pres., Mary Lou Larsen, secretary, Ricky Shaw, and treasurer Brian Johnson. Sophomore class; pres. Mar- lln Berkland, vlce-pres., Rodney Schmidt, secretary, Delana Votteler, and treasurer Renee H ant el man. Freshman classi president, Gary Elmers, Vice president, Jim Geltzenauer, secretary, Kenneth Marlow, and treasurer, Jerry Nerem. Student council representatives are Jim Geltzenauer and Ross Johnson, freshmen; Mar- lln Berkland and Susan Blanchard, sophomores; Michael Lee Pancake Day Specials SATURDAY, SEPT. 25 LADIES' DRESSES .. $1 off Choice from four racks t Limit 2 to a Customer ( Regular Price BOYS' SWEAT SHIRTS, 2 for $U9 Assorted Colors, a regular $1.98 each BUTTER?OP Round" ~ ANGEL FOOD CAKE - 2k SUGAR- II fbs f9c (with a grocery order, $10 or more) BAILEY'S STORE Phone 20 Fenton, Iowa FIRST AID STATION FOR CHICKENS! —CARBOLA FLOCK SPRAYING —WE DEBEAK, DEWORM and VACCINATE WE BUY OLD HENS Call Us For Latest Prices — FENTON PRODUCE LLOYD SUNDE Phone 104 and Ricky Shaw, juniors; and Lee Preston and Rennae Votteler, seniors. Student council officers have not yet been selected. - o - Mrs. Anna Meyer, Elsie Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer of Ottosen returned from a visit to the Rev. E. F. Peter home at Sylvan Grove, Kansas recently. On their way home, the Meyers visited with the Victor Peter family at Grand Island, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler returned home last week from a two week trip which started with a visit to an aunt of Mrs. Votteler's in North Dakota. From there they drove to Winnipeg, Canada, and across Canada to Niagara Falls, returning through the eastern states to Iowa City, where they visited a son, Dr. Robert Votteler and family, and returned to Fenton. Dinner guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt were Mr. and Mrs. William Elmers, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stmeeker of Fairmont, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen of Blooming Prairie, Minn. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Berkeland. About 45 persons from St. John's church of Fenton have enrolled the first and second weeks in the Algona Circuit Bible Institute courses, held Sunday evenings through October 17 at Trinity Lutheran church in Algona. Mr. andMrs. LeoKlglnofMan- kato spent Wednesday through Friday at the Floyd Duncan home. Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber spent Thursday and Friday visiting at the Richard Stuck! home in Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren, Barbara and Bradley of LaPorte City were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen. Jim Meyer and BUI Hantelman of Fenton attended the Iowa District West Leader's conference Sunday afternoon at Auburn, la. They are president and vice- president of the Algona Zone Lutheran Laymen's league. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage .entertained .Rev. and Mrs. Milo Dailey : and' family of Algona at supper Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wilberg of Rlngsted and daughters Mrs. James Peterson of San Francisco and Mrs. Earl Reid of Estherville, Edith Laage, and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Laage. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and Edith Laage visited Karl Schwartz at the Veterans hospital in Des Moines on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Oleson of College Place, Washington were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bertel Berkeland". Other guests were Ed Mitchell, Mrs. Torn Manly and Lori, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Oskvig of Rlngsted. Anton Berkeland of Minneapolis was a recent houseguest at the Bertel Berkeland home. Mr. and Mrs. Bertel Berkeland attended the 45th wedding anniversary celebration Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Oleson, at their home. Yen CM be SURE of getting this all-important fertilizer application down. If you wait ••til spin*, you can't be sure. Remember Spring, 1965? Wet weather .right up to jplMrtMf tine kept many farmers from making a pre-plant fertilizer application. This •taut crop* were deprived df "full-feed"...profits were less than what they could have been. Now you can't predict the weather, but you can be sure your crops get ftdl-fe«l by plowing fertilizer down in the fall. !• the spring, tine is at a premium. There's never enough of it. This is why it's good fare management to put down that pre-plant fertilizer in the fall. It'll stay there 'til sprfeg. And you've gained some more time for spring activities. Almost without exception, your soil is firmer in the fall. Wheel compaction of soil is less ... compaction that does occur is offset through the winter action of freezing-thawing. ; Fad plowdown of fertilizer (especially nitrogen) speeds up decay of organic matter, $«ch as stubble. Decaying releases the plant's nutrient content for use by spring . crops... also improves soil tilth. Fertilizer plowed down in the fall is ready, is waiting to release all of its growing power to seed planted in the warm spring soil. FCNTON Co-Op Elevatoi Ftnton, Iowa . Gory Widdel In Ceremony Takes Bride At Fairmont Miss Sandra Jansen and Gary Wlddel were united In marriage at the Fairmont Methodist church, Saturday evening, Sept. 4, at 7:30 p. m. Rev. C. R. Nicholas officiated at the double- ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jansen, Harris, la. and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wlddel of Armstrong. The bride was attended by her sister, Sharyl Jansen as maid of honor and Patricia Wlddel, sister of the groom as Junior bridesmaid. Flower girl was Rhonda Plenge of Fairmont. The groom's attendants were David Hendrickson, best man, and f . Mario. Jansen, brother of the " bride as junior groomsman. Pat- 1 rick Anderson, Spirit Lake, was the ring bearer. Ushers were Bernard Arp, Spirit Lake and David Krumm, Armstrong. Mrs. Edward Picht was organist and Mrs. R. H. Krumm, vocalist. At the reception held at Hand's Park, Mrs. Wallace Anderson, Mrs. John Fedderson and Mrs. Lloyd Clark were hostesses. Mrs. Henry Walker poured coffee and Mrs. Orvllle Opsal and Mrs. Mervin Wlddel cut and served the cake. Miss Betty Johnson served the punch. Cynthia Voss and Linda Jansen were waitresses. Mrs. Otis Opsal took care of the guest book. Miss Janet Nolte, Diane Jahn and Shirley Sandersfelt took care of the gifts. Mrs. Melvin Schultze was the bride's personal attendant. The bride graduated from Sioux Valley high school, Sioux Valley, Minn. She attended DeLyle's Academy of Beauty Culture and Is now employed at' Fandel's" rHairdressing Studio In Fairmont, where she will continue to work. The groom graduated from Sentral high school of Fenton, and attended one year at Estherville Junior College and is employed at Montgomery-Ward's in Fairmont. After a 5-day wedding trip the couple will be at home in Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James attended a faculty reunion in Ames Sunday of those who taught at the time the Volgts were on the teaching staff at the Milford school in Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman and Theresa were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe. Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch in honor of Margo's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Me- Fall, Mr. and Mrs. Art Rusch and Mr, and Mrs. Franklin Rusch arid family of Whlttemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Finnestad and family of St. James, Minn. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and .Mrs, Albert Mitchell were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren and family of LaPorte City, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood and family of Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs, Morris Mitchell were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haller of Marble Rock. Mrs. George E. Culling, Chicago, has spent the past two weeks with her mother, Mrs. William Wi Wl, Erametsburg. She also visited In the home of her sisters, Mrs. Walter Hoadley and Mrs. Charles Gappa, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Hoadley and Mrs, Gappa drove Mrs. Cull- lug to Ft. Dodge where she took the train to Chicago. Plan Faculty Reception At Sentral, 2Hth FENTON - The Band Mothers of Sentral Community school began plans Monday evening for a reception at the school on Sept. 28 honoring new faculty members. The program will begin at 8 p.m. Band director Warren Jones announced plans for the baud concert on Sept. 25 during an Iowa State University football game at Ames, and appearances at the Algona Band Days on October 2 and the Estherville Band Days on October 16. The Stage band has been invited to participate in the Band Director's Clinic, Oct. 5 during an in-service training day at Algona, Current fund-raising activities of band members are magazine sales, and the sale of calenders which list .the Important community activities of the school, churches and civic groups. The charge for a calendar will be one dollar, and students will begin door-to-door sales soon. Band uniforms turned in at the end of the last school year have been examined, and nine uniforms were sent to a tailor for repairs. A thank-you was read from Marilyn Alt for the special reception given her after she received the North Iowa Band Queen title. A discussion on the purchase of portable racks for band uniforms or choral robes was held, and the matter will be considered again later, The Band Mother year-books are ready and families of students participating in music will be receiving them soon. It was announced that four accounts are still unpaid from last year. This includes uniform and robe fees. Mayor, Council Election Oct. 5 For Fenton FENTON - The deadline for filing of nomination papers for town offices in Fenton will be on Oct. 5, four weeks prior to the elections on November 2. Town officials to be elected this year will be the mayor and five councilmen, all to serve two-year terms, and one park commissioner, to serve a six- year term. Nomination papers may be obtained from Paul Eigler, town clerk. Incumbents were Dr. W. W. Jolley, Mayor; Clarence Yager, Merle Voigt, Homer Matthiesen, George Jorgenson, Jr., and Arnold Hanson, councilmen; andEr- win Krause, park commissioner. Plan Visits To Sick, Shut-ins FENTON - The members of the Lutheran Laymen's League of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, decided Monday night Sept. 13, to make personal visitations to sick and shut-in members of the congregation. The group also voted to form a dart-ball team to compete with other teams in the area. New members of the group are Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ramus of Lone Rock. The topic for'the evening^ "Family Morality," was led by Stanley Berkland. Devotions were given by Rev. RexSpicer. Hosts were Roy Homan and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer. Women's Club, Fenton, Meets FENTON - The Fenton Women's club met Tuesday evening, Sept. 14 at the home of Mrs, Art Prlebe, Lone Rock, with Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth as co-hostess, The meeting was opened by president Mrs, Hllbert Bierstedt leading the members in unison reading of the "Collect." There was a short business meeting. Mrs. Art Prlebe gave a report on the Union Slough area, its wildlife and public facilities. Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth gave a book report concerning a family In civil war days, The October meeting will be at the home of Mrs. E. C, Weisbrod with Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber as co-hostess. Garbage Pickup Days Announced FENTON- Don Hurlburt, f en* ton town marshal, has announced the winter ichedule of once-a* wetk frarbage pick-up In tnwti will begin this Friday, Sept, 24, and will continue on Fridays until nekt summer, Garbage receptacles are to be placed near the street in front of .homes because of the soft condition of some of the alleys in town. CARD OF f HANKS I want to thank everyone for the cards and flowers I received during my stay in the hospital. Ferdinand Bierstedt, (71*) FUMiRALCHAPtt *» FAMILY AUTOMATIC DRYER (Electric or Oat) Only Speed Queen builds ft dryer with smooth, sparkling •talnless steel drum that cannot ruit, chip or corrode. Gives , these big loads maximum protection. Many other exclusive features. Buy new and pay only & per month. 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