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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1965
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• OCT. 28,1965 i I I i i i Published By The Upper D«s Main* • Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa 1 JOAN BOLLINGER • News tdttor * Pat Ruhnke, Perry Elmers Sentral's Queen & King FENTOft ^ Patricia Ruhnke and Perry Elmers were crowned Homecoming Queen and King at ceremonies preceding the football game at Sentral Friday night. Pat is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke of Whittemore and Perry is the son of Mr. and Mrs,. Harold Elmers of Ringsted. They were attended by Nancy Geitzenauer, Susan Blanchard, Jannel Newbrough, Mollle Blanchard, Janet Hammerstrom, Rennae Votteler, Jerry Nerem, Terry Brekke, Ricky Shaw, Ronnie Brekke, Duane Desart and Lee Preston. The royalty along with the rest of the crowd saw Sentral win the ball game from Thompson by a score of 54-12. - o - The sophomore home making girlc at Sentral have been studying child care and this past week they visited the kindergarten and first grade class in Fenton, watched a small baby being bathed and on Friday invited several local women to be on a panel to discuss babysitting with them. The women on the panel were Mrs. Jerald Waite, Mrs. Herbert Krause, Mrs. Dale Voigt, Mrs. Charles Feye, Mrs. James Meyer and Mrs. Norman Bellinger. Renee Hantelman led the questioning period. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lura spent Sunday at Mason City visiting Mr. Lura's brother, who is hospitalized there. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell were, guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Davidson of Charles City. -Weekend guests of the Albert Mitchells were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood and family of Jefferson, Iowa and Miss Donae Nyman of Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jacobson and Kevin attended the confirmation of David Haygan in Estherville on Sunday. After the services they were dinner . guests of the Nylas Haygans. Miss Nadine Weisbrod was home over the weekend from Sioux City where she attends Morningside College. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and girls were Saturday supper guests of the Eulan Schuellers at Titonka. Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Bliss, Mrs. Carl Beck, Mrs. Ed Bruhn, and Mrs. Harlan Eimers from St. Luke's at Fairville attended the Lutheran Home Finding Society Auxiliary meeting in Ft. Dodge at Prince of Peace Lutheran church last Tuesday. The 500 birthday club met last Monday night af Joan Waites with ten members and two guests present. The guests were Jeanette Dreyer and Lorraine Feye. High prize went to Joan Bollingei 0 and.- second high to Janice Ramus. .Carol Meyer was elected as the new secretary of the group. Bernice Gade and Janice Ramus will act as co-chairman for the annual New Years Eve party. Tuesday evening guests of the Norman Bellingers were Mr. and Mrs. Stan Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger and family of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. James Kressin of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye honored Mr. Feye's parents, the Carl Feyes of Whittemore at a dinner Sunday for their 45th wedding anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feye, Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber and family, Miss Marlys Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wichman and family of Ruthven, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Feye and family, Mr, and Mrs. Ferdinand Bierstedt andMr.andMrs,Ferd- inand Ostwald. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Krause had as dinner guests Sunday Mr, and Mrs. Alvin Bloomquist and family of Rochester, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Loren Miller andGwen, Fairmont, Mrs, Lewis Pergande and family of Stanhope, Mr, and Mrs, Larry Buscher of Algona, Mr, and Mrs, Howard Krause and girls and Mr, andMrs.Eldon Hantelman and Sandra, The family presented their parents with a "family- tree picture" with pictures of {he four generations of their family. The Krause's 49th wedding anniversary was Oct. 2,6. Mrs. Richard ' Stuck! and children spent the weekend in Fenton with the Wilfred Stoebers and Marion Stuck!'s. Tuesday afternoon guests of the Art Zumachs were Mr. Albert Krueger of Fairmont and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Borchardt of Banning, Calif. Mr. Don Yager and Mr. Wayne Stoeber were home over the weekend from SUI at Iowa City. Friday guests of Mrs. Elsie Dreyer were Mr, and Mrs. Orville Einspahr of Webster City. Mrs. Einspahr is Mrs. Dreyer's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tietz. Recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall were Mr. and Mrs. John Theesfield of lola, Wisconsin. After spending a few days in the Fenton area they went to visit their daughter's family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach in Lake View, la.; from there they will go to their winter home in Mesa, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and Edith Laage were guests of the Karl Schwartz's of Rockwell City on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler were recent dinner guests oftheEwald Kohlwes in Austin, Minn. Mrs. Paul Eigler was hostess to the New Deal-urn bridge club Tuesday night. High prize went to Mrs. Arlo Ranney, second high to Mrs. Amos Finnestad and low to Mrs. Ida Dreyer. Mrs. Jessie Newel was a guest of the group. 7 Candidates For Fenton's Town Council FENTON - With a field of seven candidates for five seats on the Fenton Town Council, votershere will go to the polls next Tuesday, Nov. 2, with a choice of candidates. There is no contest for mayor, ^ where Dr^W,^. Jplley is un*" opposed for re-election. Candidates for the council in alphabetical order are: Arnold W. Hansen, George 0. Jorgenson, Peter E. Koenck, Kenneth J. Krause, Robert Mitchell, Roger J. Ulses and Merle Voigt. Erwin Krause is unopposed for re-election to the park commission for a six-year term. The mayor and council are for two years. Members from St. John's Lutheran church that attended the Lutheran 'Home Finding Society auxiliary meeting at Prince of Peace Lutheran church in Ft. Dodge last Tuesday were Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, Mrs. Harold Eimers, Mrs.Clarence Wegener, Mrs. Olaf Norland, Mrs. John Waite, Mrs. Walter Jentz, Mrs. Rueben Luedtke and Mrs. Ida Dreyer. Brent Dreyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dreyer, Sioux City, spent last week visiting in his grandparents' homes, the Ralph Walkers, Whittemore and Mrs, Ida Dreyer, Fenton. On Saturday his parents flew to Emmetsburg from Sioux City and Mrs.Dreyer came to Fenton while Mr. Dreyer flew on to Iowa City. The family flew home again on Saturday evening, Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt were Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause, Mr, and Mrs. Stan Berkland and Tania, Ida Dreyer, and Miss Marilyn Alt, who was home from Minneapolis for the weekend. Community Club FENTON - The Fenton Community Club met last Monday night for supper at the Fenton Cafe. Plans were discussed for the Christmas decorations and other Christmas plans were started. YARN & SWEET SHOP Quality Knitting Yams In Our Special YARN ROOM KNITTING LESSONS Open after athletic games - Malts, Snacks - Stop In ! Your're Welcome ! Longtime Seneca Resident, Mrs. Sorensen, Dies SENECA - Funeral services were held at St. John's Lutheran church, rural Ringsted, Thursday afternoon for Mrs. Richard Sorensen, 76, of Ringsted, who was well-known in the Seneca area. Cooy Adell Saxton was born April 19, 1889 in Marion county, Iowa, and came with her parents to the Seneca area where she received her education in the Seneca and Bancroft schools. She married Richard Sorensen at Bancroft and they farmed south of Ringsted until their retirement in 1959 when they moved to Ringsted. Survivors include her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Violet Farr of Fenton and Mrs. Verna Hartman of rural Lone Rock; three brothers, Lawrence Saxton of Armstrong, Clarence Saxton of Dodge Center, Minn., and Charles Saxton of Imogene, Minn. She is also survived by three sisters, Mrs. Jens (Ella) Petersen of Hayfleld, Minn., Dema Berg of Fairmont and Mrs. Hansel Nutzman of Bemidji, Minn. Mrs. Sorensen passed away suddenly at the Holy Family hospital following a heart attack. She had not been ill previously. - o Seneca Stars 4-H held their installation of officers Thursday after school at the Seneca Lutheran church basement. Jill Jensen was the installing officer and installed Cathy Bergum as president, Kathy Merrill, vice- president, Ann Fortney, secretary, Linda Sue Kracht, treasurer, Audrey Bergum, historian, Jill Jensen, reporter, Becky Jensen as photographer and Ann Menz as sergeant-at-arms. Eleven of the club 'members are trying out for Kossuth county 4-H chorus, with tryouts scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 23 and Sat. Oct. 30. Guests included Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, jr., and George. Mrs. C. O. Bailey, Brian and Lori Cronk, Mrs. Art Bergum, Mrs. Ted Jensen, Patty Dreyer, Mrs. Henry Looft and the leaders, Mrs. Nina Kracht and Mrs. Robert Fortney. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Jill Jensen, Audrey Bergum and Barbara Andre. The Blakjer Lutheran church women met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Melvin Bratrud and Mrs. GaylordOlsen as hostesses. Mrs. Ted Jensen conducted the meeting. Mrs. Melvin Bratrud was elected as nursery roll secretary and Mrs. Fred Johannesen was named to serve on the food committee. The group voted to set Tuesday, Oct. 26 as church cleaning day. Mrs. Jensen conducted the Bible study and had charge of the worship offering. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cronk are parents of a 10 Ib. 6 oz. baby girl born Thursday morning, Oct. 21 at the Holy Family hospital. The baby has a brother Brian and a sister Lori. Lori tells us that her baby sister's name will be Lola. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Patterson are the maternal grandparents. The paternal grandparents are from Armstrong. Marlys Voigt Is T-C Club Hostess FENTON - The Fenton Town and Country Woman's Club met with Marlys Voigt Tuesday night with Marge Weisbrod as co-hostess. Final plans were made for the annual Halloween party to be held at 7:30 on Saturday evening, Oct. 30, at the Fenton Community Center. After the judging and the crowning of the 1 new king and queen, all costumed children will receive treats from the Women's Club. Mrs. Fred Geigel, Algona, was a guest speaker at the meeting. She spoke on "Our American Heritage" and gave a history of Iowa from its origin to the present time. Plan Canvass FENTON - The Fenton Methodist Youth Fellowship group will • again this year by canvassing the town on October 30 for contributions . Thejast seve ral year s they have sent these donations to UNICEF. This year, however, the proceeds will goto CROP which is much like UNICEF except that it benefits whole families where UNICEF is directed more to children, Starting at 7:00 on Saturday evening they will be contacting every homg in Fenton. FOR SALE Harlan Mueller bedroom home in Fenton. Oil heat, attached garage. Priced to sell. Immediate possession. See — GERALD VOIGT Fenton, Iowa HOT POINT SPECIALS 14 Cu Ft. NO Was $299 !0 Cu, Ft, Was $189 15 Cy, Ft, Was $249 Electric SPEED Was $199 Electric SPEED Was $169 FROST REFRIGERATOR NOW $268.88 UP RIGHT FREEZER NOW $169 UP RIGHT FREEZER NOW $219 QUEEN DELUXE DRYER NOW $174 QUEEN MASTER DRYER NOW $149 McFalls Enjoy Weekend Trip FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall were guests at the Kel- vinator Holiday Weekend in Sioux City this past weekend. The affair was sponsored by the Jones Distributing Company. Highlights of the meeting were the introductions of the new line of Kelvinator appliances. While there they were guests of the company at the Holiday Inn motel. They were treated to a steak dinner on Saturday night and a buffet breakfast and dinner on Sunday. Saturday evening they attended "Sound of Music". Sunday morning they attended Grace Methodist church at Morningside. Change Film Date FENTON - The date for the showing of the Martin Luther film by the St. John's of Fenton Walther League has been changed from October 31 to November 7 at 7:30. Walther Leaguers from Immanuel at Lotts Creek have invited the Leaguers from St. John's Fenton and St. Luke's Fairville to a costumed Halloween party on Wednesday, Oct. 27. Music Program FENTON - Sunday evening, Oct. 31 at 7:30 Fenton Methodist church will be host to the Klinger Twins of Estherville. The girls attend Morningside College and Kay is a voice and organ major and Karen a voice and piano major. They have made several records and have appeared on radio and television. They have won the "outstanding musicians award" from the University of Colorado. Kay was Miss Estherville of 1964 and Karen was runner-up in the same contest. They will provide a program of religious music on Sunday evening. Ex-Lone Rock Woman Dies, No. Carolina ' * LONE ROCK - Word has been ,* received here recently of the death of the wife of Vernon Holllster, a former Lone Rock boy. She had given birth to her third child and died soon after. She was 41 years old and was a Mason City girl. They have lived at Greensboro, N. C. for several years. - o The Nick Doocy family, Bancroft, have moved into the house vacated by the Russell Rodgers family. Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Colette Rockier, Bancroft, attended the State Teacher's Convention in Des Moines Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Alme, Ottosen, visited her mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Sunday. Mrs. Alme and Mrs. Blanchard called on Mrs. Blanchard's sister, Mrs. Les Johnson, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough and Mrs. Ed Blanchard spent the weekend at their daughter's home, the Clifford Muellers, Stanley, Wise. While there, they attended the operetta "The King and I" that their grandchild participated in. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lee entertained her Sunday School class Sat. evening in her home. This class Includes about 20. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rodgers and Dennis have moved to Cedar Falls where Mr. Rodgers works on a farm. Sunday guests at the Roy Jensen home were Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen and Brenda, Albert Lea, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Orville Deardorff and family, Yale, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen and family and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Edwards, Sandstone, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bras became the parents of a son, Harris Jon, Oct. 23 at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville. He weighed 7 Ibs., 13 oz. This is their first child. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bras, Alton, maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John J. Van Oort, Orange City. Mr. Bras is band director in the grades at Sentral. Mr. and Mrs. Howard McChesney, Van Nuys, Calif., arrived Wednesday for a short visit with her mother, Mrs. Amanda Pettit. Rev. and Mrs.' Albert Bullock and Lanny, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Fortney went to the Presbyterian church Monday and heard Rev. Thunday, October 28, 1965 Alflona, (la.) Upper Dot Moin««-9 THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers ona" Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 2-1006 20216 STOEBER HARDWARE OURCHILD NEEDS your children young. Then their savings, ture secure . . account ARMJTRONG OFFICtMvFENTON Wiert Eckhoff from the Ganaclo, Ariz. Presbyterian church speak. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jensen, Hackensack Minn,, spent the weekend with friends here. They are returning home after spending a month in Denmark. SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Goldeji S GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Fenton, Iowa in Feeds 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 Loan* and Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, tow« NEW EXTRA QUALITY BENEFITS • S*H-Ci««ning, Mod-Type B«k« «nd Broil Units • Sturdy Ste«f Construction • Olass-Flbor Insulation • SUIn-M«sltUnt Porcolaln- on-St*«l Finish • Durable Brushad-Chroma Surfcca Top • Silicon* Ovan Door Qaskatt • Two Adjustable Ovan (lacks (In lowar ovan) ona In upper ovan • Four Leveling Lags WE TRADE A NEW CONCEPT IN COOKING CONVENIENCE-Njxknger is it necessary to "program" your meals, cook something, then remove it and let it get cold to make room for some other part of your meal. With the Kelvinator Tri-Level you have access to the usual oven and surface units, PLUS a big, full-size second oven ... all at the same time. UPPER, EYE-LEVEL OVEN COOKING-The big advantage of this'oven of course, is that it gives you a second oven to use in addition to the lower one. You can u»e this oven for baking the pastries for your meal, while the meat and vegetables are cooking below ... or bake or broil in one oven and keep foods warm in the other. For visibility and utility, too, this oven is "just right." The interior light and king-size patterned glass window let you observe cooking progress-with no bending over 'to use the oven. And you can use it on an Automatic setting if you wish. CONVENIENT, FULLY LIGHTED SURFACE COOKING-The recessed brushed-chrome range top is wonderfully illuminated by the fluorescent light located on the bottom of the eye-level oven. And talk about surface-cooking convenience I You have four high-speed units, three of which have infinite-heat settings. The fourth unit is one you'll love-it's the one with Pan-0-Matic Contro^ Sat the control for the exact heat you want and it automatically maintains that heat with electric fry-pan accuracy. Push button lets you set for small- or large- pan cooking, and special signal light tells you when unit is operating. LOWER, KING-SIZED OVEN COOKING-This is the giant oven that excels in versatility. Certainly you can bake or broil in this oven. But barbeque, too? Yes, on the built-in electrically operated rotisserie. You can roast automatically by using the automatic timer that turns the oven on at whatever time you want it to strfrt, then turns it off at the time set, even when you're not there. There's an automatic or push-button light and king-size patterned glass window to let you see what's cooking. This oven also has two adjustable racks. A porcelain- on-steel broiler pan with aluminum grill is included for your convenience. * BOTH ElECTRIC «. GAS RANGES IN STOCK * Me Fall PLUMBING - HEATING - APPLIANCE Fenton, Iowa

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