The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 21, 1965 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 21, 1965
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• OCT. 21,1965 Homecoming King, Queen Nominees Picked, Sentral FENTON - Sentral high school students have picked the following students as candidates for Homecoming Queen and King. (All are seniors) FOR QUEEN: Mollie Blanchard; Janet Hammerstrom, Patricia Ruhnke and Rennae Votteler. FOR KING - Ronnie Brekke, Duane DeSart, Perry Elmers and Lee Preston. The attendants from the freshman, sophomore, and junior class were announced Monday noon. They are as follows: Freshman- Miss Nancy Geitzenauer and her escort Jerry Nerem; Sophomore - Susan Blanchard and Terry Brekke; Junior - Jannel Newbrough and Ricky Shaw. The three senior couples not receiving the title of King and Queen will be attendants to the royalty. The King and Queen will not be announced until the pre-game ceremonies on Firday night; these ceremonies will be starting at 7:00. The Sentral vs. Thompson football game will follow the ceremonies. A homecoming dance will follow the game. - o Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Matthiesen were Mr. and Mrs. George Hildreth, Mr. and Mrs. William Hildreth and family, and Mr. and Mrs. The bold new challenge from <SUPERPICKER> New Idea challenges any other Cornpicker to pick as clean, as fast, as plug-free as the new Superpickers ... in any stand of corn. That's the challenge. Want the facts to back it up? Stop in. Right now we're trading big on Superpickers — pull type and mounted. • Big Capacity! • Non-Stop Picking! • Pick'n husk,, pick'n shell, pick'n grind... switch from one to another in minutes! SUPERPICKER! On display at WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fentort, Iowa "TjtnA SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building » Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Fenton, Iowa Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sales & Service Phone 13 or 136 LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Esate Broker and Farm Loans and Auction Service Phone 233 r" enton ' lowa ifiwf0n Don Hildreth and family all of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. John Hildreth and family of Norwalk, Mr. and Mrs. Avery Johnson of Ayrshire, Robert Johnson and Barbara Weidel of Rochester, Minn., and Mrs. Leah Matthiesen of Curlew. The George Hildreths have spent the last week with their trailer house parked at the Matthiesen home. Sunday dinner gueats of the Carl Priebes were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Priebe and family, Mr, and Mrs. Donald Priebe and boys, Mr. and Mrs. James Schmidt and Brent, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt and Ricky, Mr. and Mrs. Art Priebe and Joel, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Priebe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber spent the weekend with Wayne Stoeber and Don Yager at Iowa City where the boys attend SU1. They attended the football game between Iowa and Minnesota on Saturday. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Stoeber traveled to Marshall to v/n where they were over night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hainzinger were honored at a surprise party for their thirtieth wedding aniversary Sunday afternoon. Those attending the party were Mr. and Mrs. William Spear and family of Wallingford, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alt and Karen and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Ditsworth and girls of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Haack and Marvin of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. William Vaske and Shelly of Burt, Mrs. Ves Hainzinger, Mrs. Virgil Borchardt and family, Fritz Haack, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hainzinger and family, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Luedtke, and Mr. and Mrs. William Wiener all of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Iverson of Worthington, Minn. Mrs. Ernest Votteler returned home last Monday evening from Laurens where she spent several days caring for her two granddaughters, children of Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Votteler. The Votte,lers were 'on a fishing trip at L J eech Lake. The Helen Circle met at the home of Helen Arbogast last Tuesday with Olga Huskamp as co-hostess. Jessie Newel was in charge of devotions and a program topic on the United Nations. The Ruth Circle met at Schwartz's with Ella Newel as co-hostess, on Wednesday. Mary Margaret Weisbrod conducted the program topic and the devotions. Marlys Circle also met on Wednesday at the home of Esther Frank with Elnora Hurlburt as co-hostess. The program on the United Nations and devotions were led by Ardis Huskamp. Friendly Neighbors Club met Thursday at Mar^erite Laages with Clarice Luedtke as co-hostess. Sixteen members answered roll call on "My Pet Peeve." Dort Ranney gave a reading on "Labels." Edith Laage and Hilda Zumach were in charge of the entertainment. October birthdays observed were for Dort Ranney and Margerite Laage. Mrs. Jake Schwartz and Mrs. Robert Krause were guests of the group. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson joined other relatives from Lincoln, Wahoo, and Freemont, Nebraska, and Ft. Dodge and Estherville, at the Maynard Lee home in Sioux City last Sunday. KELVINATOR Washers and Dryers for cleaner, gentler washing • . • fast, automatic all-fabric drying This beautiful practical washer and dryer pair will perform all your laundry chores easier, better and faster. This Kelyina- tor Golden Touch Washer, Model W-747 features complete program washing, bix separate automatic settings give you the correct temperatures for washing ana rinsing, agitation and spin speeds to suit any fabric including your most delicate items, wash-wear and woolens. The Dryer PE-947 gives you three automatic termination settings, sturdy wash-wear, regular or heavy fabrics. In addition you have three manual settings for normal heat, delicate heat or no heat fluffing. See this handsome pair at .. • McFAU Fenton, Iowa Plumbing - Heating - Electrical and Appliances Mrs. Clarence Wegener was hostess to three tables of bridge Thursday afternoon. Prizes were awarded to Emma Reimers for high, Ida Dreyer for second high, and to Esther Frank for draw. Guests of the club were Emma Reimers and Alvina Weisbrod. Adopt School Dress Code For Students FENTON - The Sentral School Board at its meeting last week reviewed at length the insurance program on the school buildings. Present to discuss blanket coverage insurance on the buildings were Gerald Voigt, Dick Wissink, Kenneth Jackson, and Kenneth Jones, all insurance representatives. Further study is to be made on all possibilities before any decisions are reached. The Board also approved the following school dress code. Hairstyle - no abnormal or unusual hair styles (e. g. unduly long and shaggy hair, beatle cuts) which in the opinion of the school administration do not conform with the standards for proper appearance. appearance. No hair curlers shall be worn by girls. Student dress - no unusual student dress which in the opinion of the school administration contributes to the degradation of school morale and appearance. Belts shall be worn in trousers designed for belts. Shirts, etc., long enough to be worn inside the trousers will be worn accordingly. Skirt length for girls shall be that no skirt break above the knee cap. No shorts or slacks worn by girls will be allowed, however, slacks may be allowed to and from school. The above code applies to all Sentral High and Junior Hieh students. Patriotic Week Observed In Kossuth Towns FENTON - Last week was Patriotic Education Week sponsored by the Children of the American Revolution - Oct. 12 (Columbus Day) through Oct. 19 (Yorktown Day) where the last battle brought the end of the War of the American Revolution for Freedom (1775-1784) The local society, Algonquin C. A. R. Chapter, is participating in observing this special week. A regular meeting was held on Sunday, Oct. 10 at the home of Jacquelyn and Gregory Jones in Fenton. The program was given by James Voigt, Fenton on "The Magna Carta" in commemoration of the 750th anniversary of the signing. The mayors from the towns of Fenton (W. W. Jolley), Burt (Nels Nelson), Lone Rock (Eric Seegebarth), and Algona (William Finn) each signed a C. A. R. Proclamation for the Algonquin Society. The Society also arranged a window display of Freedom documents and patriotic material in each of the four towns. Committees for these displays were: Burt, Linda Fairbanks and John Patterson; Lone Rock, Carol Jones and David New brough; Algona, Luther and Debra Fairbanks; Fenton, Jacquelyn and Gregory Jones and James Voigt. A state project for this year is the selling of flag desk sets consisting of the U. S. flag and the Iowa flag. The Society president, John Patterson, Burt, urged all members to be sure and contact the public about these sets. Plan Sale Of Calendars FENTON - Community calendars were received Monday by the Sentral Band Mothers and will be sold for $1. Dates of all school activities, church and club meetings are included on the calendars, and anyone not contacted may call Mrs. Wilfred Radig at Lone Rock if they want one. A plastic garment bag is to be ordered on approval to decide if it would be suitable for storing choral robes. The next meeting of the Band Mothers will be postponed from Nov. 8 to Nov. 15. J^M ^^_ ^^M ^^_ ^^_ ^^H ^^» ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ j-j-- * Published By The Upper De* Moinet • • Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa | JOAN BOLLINOER News Editor i I i I Woman's Club Meeting Held FENTON - The Fenton Woman's Club met Tuesday, Oct. 12, at the home of Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod with Mrs. Wilfred Stneber as co-hostess. The program committee, Mrs. Ed Meyer and Mrs. Hans Baago, conducted a quiz, the country women competing against the town women. The country women were victorious. Roll call, "A Summer Project I Completed" was answered by 15 members. A dessert luncheon was served by the hostesses. The November 9 meeting will be at the Ernest Votteler home with Mrs. Ed Meyer as co-hostess. 17 At Fenton 4-H Meeting FENTON - The Fenton Pro- gressors Boy's 4-H Club met October 12th at Gene Hartman's with seventeen members and three guests present. The following were installed as new officers: president, Lee Dreyer, vice president, Robert Bierle, secretary, Gary Laabs, treasurer, Terry Schmidt, reporter, Gene Hartman, historian, Robert Krause. Gene Hartman gave a demonstration on the care of a storage battery. A talk of "Livestock Poisoning" was given by Delon Jentz. Laymen's League Met Oct. 12 FENTON - The St. John's Lutheran Laymens League met Oct. 12. Rev. Rex Spicer led devotions and a topic, "The Christian Structure of Life." Fred and Lizzie Meyer joined the group as new members. It was decided to order a cross to be placed on top of the church flag staff. The group agreed to sponsor Susan Hantelman's newsletter for her again. President Ervin Borchardt will take Mrs. Donald Priebe's place on., the program committee for the remainder of the year. The group plans to invite all new church members to a "get acquainted night" at their annual potluck supper sometime in Dec. Hosts and hostesses for the evening were Rev. and Mrs. Rex Spicer, Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Struecker and Mr. and Mrs. John Struecker. Algona Ladies Fenton Guests FENTON - Tuesday afternoon guests in the Emma Reimers home were the following ladies from Algona: Mrs. Florence Brown, Mrs. Elsa Bast, Mrs. Kate Wegener, Mrs. Ida Zumach Mrs. Freda Steussy, and Mrs. Hilda Gr on wall. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Dave Newell and family of Mason City were Saturday guests of the Louie Weisbrods. Sunday guests of the Weisbrods were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Vaux of Fairmont, Minn. The Donald Priebes left Monday for their new home at 607 Keystone Street in Waterloo, la. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz left Thursday to attend the funeral of Mr. Leo Kressin in Wahpeton, N. Dak., on Friday. Mr. Kressin was a brother to Mrs. Krause and Mrs. Jentz. Anita Thiessen held a coffee party Friday morning as a farewell for Jean Priebe. Those attending were Lorraine Feye and Ronnie, Jeanette Dreyer, Joan Bollinger and Kris, and Jean Priebe and Jimmie. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Ftnton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers end Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulant* Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phonei FENTON 23 RINGSTID 21001 21006 20216 Cathy Bergum Named To Head Seneca Stars SENECA - The Seneca Stars 4-H club held Its election of officers at a meeting held Saturday at the home of Audrey, Cathy and Carrie Bergum. Election of officers resulted in Cathy Bergum being elected president, Kathy Merrill as vice- president, Ann Fortney, secretary, and Linda Sue Kracht, treasurer. Jill Jensen was chosen club reporter, Becky Jensen, photographer and Ann Menz, sergeant - at - arms. The group voted to hold installation of officers at the Lutheran church basement Thursday evening after school. The group worked on the Award Night program which will be held the early part of November. Cathy Bergum gave a health talk entitled, "Mind, Emotions, and Teenagers." Karen Jentz gave a demonstration on "Plastic Creations." Jill Jensen led the group in action songs. Following the meeting the group and leaders attended a movie at Algona. Future Teachers Elect Officers FENTON - The Sentral Club of Future Teachers of America met last week with seventeen members and their sponsor, Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth present. The meeting was called to order by the vice president and the opening ceremony and installation of officers followed. Mary Hantelman, a former county and local president and Becky Hantelman conducted the installation ceremony. The following officers were installed. President, Mary Lou Larsen; vice president, Janet Hammerstrom; secretary, Rennae Votteler; treasurer, Diane Pompe. Mrs. Jackson, an English teacher at Sentral, gave a talk on teaching in general. The talk was followed by open discussion. Sharon Harson and Jill Jensen, club delegates to the North Cen- FOR SALE Marian Mueller 2- bedroom home in Fenton. Oil heat, attached garage. Priced to sell. Immediate possession. See — GERALD VOIGT Fenton, Iowa STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, Iowa Thursday, October 21, 1965 Algona, (la.) Upper D«i Mo!n«*-9 tral District Convention helrl in Algona in Septeml>er, gave their reports. Mission Festival FENTON - St. John's of Fenton will observe its Fall Mission Festival on Oct. 31. The evening of Reformation Day has been set as the the tenatlve date for a Walther League family night in which the Martin Luther film will be presented. The time is set for &:30. PUMPKINS Mrs. Ives Eckelberg of near Spragueville, harvested two giant pumpkins this fall from her garden. One weighed 65 Ibs.; the other 55 Ibs. 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