The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 11, 1965 · Page 8
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I I I iftl NOV. 11,1965 I I I •i ^mmmmmmmmmn ! Published By the Upper Oe« Maine! | Publishing Co., Aleond, lewd • JOAN BOILINOER 5 Newt Editor I I I I Fenton Dial Switchover Next Monday Night According to one scientist, the human brain could store about 50 times mote information than is contained In the 9,000 volumes of the Library of Congress. Ready To Use By Tuesday A.M. Is Hope FENTON - This community will begin a new era in communications, effective next Tuesday, Nov. 16. The Fenton Co-Operative Telephone Co. will begin switching all phones to the dial system, starting at 9:30 p. m., Monday evening, Nov. 15. The switchover Is expected to be complete by the next morning, Leroy Jacobson, manager, said. Dial phones have already been issued and connected, and the tape over the dial plate is to be removed Tuesday a. m. and that is the- subscriber's number. Extended area service, free, will apply to calls from Fenton to Lone Rock and Ringsted, starting the morning of the 16th via dial, by dialing the directory FOR SALE Marian Mueller 2- bedroom home in Fenton. Oil heat, attached garage. Priced to sell. Immediate possession. See — GERALD VOIGT Fenton/ Iowa THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalm«r* und Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phonet FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 number as listed inthrill rectory. Extended area service to Cylinder numbers, also free, will not be in effect until Cylinder dial conversion is made which is to I* shortly. Konion subscribers will be notified. A special telephone numtor supplement has boon Issued to Fenton subscribers giving all present dial numbers. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Finch became the parents of a baby boy on Nov. 5. Mr. Finch is the principal at Sentral high school. The Finches have two daughters to welcome the new boy. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade, Mr. and Mrs, William Bnilm, Mr. and Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel, Mr. and Mrs. James Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger were guests of the Joe Culbertsons of Swea City on Sunday evening. The evening was spent playing 500. WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church met last week with Mrs. Eugene Huskamp in charge of devotions and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast had the lesson. Miss Amanda Shutt joined the group as a new member. Mrs. Esther Frank was appointed historian as Mrs. Clayton Dltsworth asked for her resignation from the job. The group has 240 pounds of clothing ready to be shipped to World Service. Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel was a guest of the group. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. ArloRanney, Mrs. Raymond Stoeber and Mrs. S. E. Straley. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland became parents of a son, Lennis Stan, on Nov. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt are the grandparents. Mrs. Andrew Berkland and Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause are the great-grandparents, and Minnie Dreyer Is a great-great- grandmother. The Berklands have a daughter, Tania, also. fl-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moinej Thursday, Nov. 11, 1965 New Elevator Dryer The recently installed Randolph Clipper continual flow grain dryer at the Fenton Co-op Elevator has been getting a good workout in recent days. It can dry about 1,500 bushels of corn an hour at top capacity. In the above picture the dryer, in the foreground, although some 84 feet tall itself, is still dwarfed by the concrete elevator itself. It uses propane gas in the drying operation, and lias been functioning for just over a week. Fenton Firemen Have A Busy Week With 3 Calls YARN & SWEET SHOP Quality Knitting Yarns In Our Special YARN ROOM KNITTING LESSONS Open after athletic games — Malts, Snacks — Stop In I Your're Welcome I shampoo my rugs forl* a foot! wall-to-wall ... or spots and paths W " H RLUE LUSTRE \ RENT sliampooer only $1 STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON - Fenton volunteer firemen were called at about 11:55 a. m. Friday to the dump on the Ralph Schneider farm east of Fenton to bring a rubbish , fire under control. The fire' was quickly extinguished with no damage. Saturday evening about 7 they were again summoned, this time to the Fenton grade school on what proved to be a false alarm. The furnace blaze made a reflection on the windows and gave the appearance of a fire inside so an alarm was turned in. The Fenton firemen were called for the third time at about 11:00 a, m. Monday. This time the call was to the Lloyd Johnson farm near Depew. They were called In to assist the Cylinder and the Emmetsburg fire departments in putting out a fire in a chicken house. The building and between 50 and 100 chickens were completely destroyed. Cause of the fire was not known. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde and family and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bruhn and family attended the wedding of Mrs. Bruhn's sister, Judy Theesfield to Mr. Richard PROTEIN MAKES THE BEEF Higher protein feed for cattle can be the most economical in the long run. Felco Steak Maker is a 41% protein supplement, available with or without stilbe.sterol, that is designed to be fed at 1 pound per head per day under most feeding conditions. Urea, in combination with soybean meal, linseed meal and cottonseed meal, pros-ides the protein. It contains Vitamin A, Vitamin D and Vitamin E. The use of stilbestero) increases rate of gain 10% to 20% and reduces feed requirement about 10% per pound of gain. Many top beef producers prefer Felco Steak Maker with stilbesterol to get to fat cattle. Stop in Right Away FENION CO-OP ELEVATOR Holmes in Armstrong Saturday evening. Also attending was Mrs. Jim Petersen of Minne-. ap.q\i§,. She. is, the., former. Nancy. Sunde,, ,..,- . ; M. Y. F. members from Fenton will travel to Sioux City to attend! Morningside Youth Day on Saturday. They plan to leave at 6 a. m. Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Mrs. Harold Wehrspann, Mrs. Ernest Ruske, and Mrs. Paul Eigler entertained at bridge at the Fenton Cafe on Friday afternoon. High prize went to Mrs. Amos Finnestad, second high to Mrs. Ervin Johnson and low to Mrs. Charlie Newel. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kressin from Barney, No. Dak., were weekend guests of the Walter Krauses and the Fred Jentzs. Mr. Kressin is a brother to Mrs. Krause and Mrs. Jentz. Last weekend Mrs. Gerald Voigt and her mother, Mrs. Fred Geigel of Algona, traveled to Galena, 111. to visit the Ray Browns. Mr. Otto Jensen accompanied them and stopped en- route at Decorah where he visited with the Herman Sanders. The Sanders are former operators of the Fenton Cafe. Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Wilberg became parents of a baby girl on Nov. 2. Mr. Martin Wilberg and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Finnestad are the grandparents. The Wilbergs have three other daughters. Russell Roy ChrischHies, infant son of the Ronald Chris- chilles, was baptized at St. John's Lutheran church Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Ray Uthof as sponsors. Council Meets FENTON - The Fenton Town Council, at its meeting last week, issued a Class C beer permit to the Ray Priebe store and a building permit for a new home to the Donald Hainzingers. If It's News We Want It! St. Johns Aid, Fenfon, Elects Officer Slate FENTON - St. John's Ladles Aid met last week with Rev. Spicer leading the topic. Mrs. Ervin Borchardt andMrs.Harold Elmers reported on the Home Finding Society meeting. The ladies voted to accept a Lutheran World Relief sewing project for refugees in the Holy Land. Monday, Nov. 15, is the date for more sewing for the Lutheran hospital in Nigeria. Mrs. Rex Spicer Mrs. Willard Menz and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer are on the committee for the All-Lutheran clothing appeal for World Relief. The clothes are to be turned in by Nov. 19. Election of officers was as follows: president, Mrs. Eldon Hantelman; vice president, Mrs. Olaf Norland; secretary, Mrs. Larry Gade; treasurer, Mrs. Ed Meyer; membership committee, Mrs. Emil Bierstedt and Mrs. Glen Flint; cards committee, Mrs. William Elmers and Lizzie Meyer; LWML and Christian growth chairman, Mrs. Ida Dreyer; cleaning committee, Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, Mrs. Amos Finnestad, Mrs.DelbertGeitzen- auer and Mrs. Charles Feye; flowers, Mrs. Ray Priebe, Mrs. John Waite, Mrs. Darrel Dreyer, and Mrs. Lloyd Kern; funeral committee, Mrs. Larry Gade, Mrs. Marvin Ackerson, Mrs. William Elmers, Mrs. Nina Kracht, Mrs. Allan Bollinger, Mrs. Willard Menz, Mrs. Donald Halnzlnger, Mrs. Ernest Fischer, Mrs. Theodore Ostwald, Lizzie Meyer, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. George Jentz, and Mrs. Ferdinand Mueller; pianist, Mrs. Gus Krause; Ladies Aid pal secretary, Mrs. Ed Meyer; kitchen committee, Mrs;"Ertiest : '.Votf-* eler, Mrs. Fred Jentz and Mrs.; Bennie Berkland. Library committee, Mrs. Rex Spicer, Mrs. James Meyer, Mrs. Harold Elmers and Mrs. William Hantelman; and the altar guild, Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, Mrs. Harvey Henriksen, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and Mrs. Marvin Luedtke, plus the 1965 Guild - Mrs. Ervin Krause, Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, Mrs. Darrel Dreyer, Mrs. Rex Spicer, Mrs. Willard Menz, Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Mrs. Lloyd Kern and Mrs. Walter Jentz. Hostesses were Mrs. Ernest Votteler, Mrs. Weber Yager and Mrs. Ray Priebe. Pick Cheerleaders FENTON - Cheerleaders for the 65-66 basketball season were chosen at Sentral last Friday. They are Pam Tipple, Candace Vaudt, Mary Dawn Eldridge, Delana Votteler, Cheryl Berkland and Carol Jones. The first basketball game will be Friday night, Nov. 12 with a girls game against Lakota. The boys open their season at Burt next Tuesday evening. POTATOES Fred Hoepfner of Sumner raised many potatoes this year. Three of them weighed more than eight pounds. Hoepfner dug 50 bushel of potatoes and they averaged 1 1/2 to 2 pounds per potato, A great draught lasting from 1276 to 1299 A, D. forced the ancestors of the Pueblo Indians to leave their homes on the plateaus and cliffs and settle in the river valleys. NOTICE Our Telephone Number Will Be 9 - 2257 (If No Answer Dial 9-2321) Effective Nov. 16 when Dial Phone Use Begins FARM SERVICE CO,, Fenton HLCO L. Clarence and Weber Yager LAP 400 TESTED 38,000 TIMES! DOES THE WOBK OF Z WASHERS HUSKY... built for the heaviest kind of washday duty... you get what you want... "trouble-free" service •»• even big 15-lb. loads are no strain* Just notice: • 4 Water temp«r«tur«* and 4 Wash-and-SpIn Speed* • Flush Rinse Plus Deep RinM • Convenient Top Loading 4 PRESET AUTOMATIC WASH PROGRAMS Stop "Guesswork Drying" with this Matching FLAMELESS ELECTRIC DRYER Saves time, worry, bother ... saves the clothes ... saves YOU! 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