The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1966 · Page 12
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JAN. 20,1966 i itetttim Published By th« Uppir DM MeffMi • Publishing Co., AloorUJ, lowd I JOAN ioUINOt* i Newt tdrto* a Algeria (la.) Upper DM Mo!n*t-S Music Mothers Register School Course Protest FENf ON - A Sentral junior ment of one semester of home high school curriculum require- economics and industrial arts LAMPS 10 at '5 each 7 at '3 each Take Your Pick Peterson Furniture Fenton SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 889-2281 Fenton, Iowa Dr. E.W. Ruske ^.jte^ DfNTIST . ., *t>ff!c« Phon. 889-2248 Residence- 889-2353 Fentbn, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sales & Service Phone 889-2713 LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans and Auction Service Phone 889-2392 Fenton, Iowa for eighth graders has brought protests to the principal from 41 Music Mothers. The mothers protested the schedule conflict which would take 15 junior high students out of the Sentral Concert Band, They felt the music program was vital since colleges require music appreciation courses. Sentral school administrators took the stand that an extensive music program is offered for Junior high students and, in addition to junior high band and chorus, music appreciation is taught as an academic course to all seventh and eighth grade students. It was pointed out that the evaluation reports by the State Department of Instruction has been complimentary of the junior high industrial arts and home economics program. Administrators said it did not seem feasible to eliminate these two courses in order to allow junior high students to participate in the senior band in light of the well-rounded music program already offered to Junior high students. "The conclusion that students would not meet college requirements if they were not allowed to participate in senior high band as junior high students is misleading," officials said. At the meeting of Music Mothers during which the protests were lodged, a request also was presented asking that the school music fund pay expenses of Sentral school's outstanding musicians as they become eligible for entry in All- State band, select bands, band festivals and other events. Other business included the forming of six new committees to serve at basketball games which had not been on the regular schedule. A horn bid was presented from Krafft Music Store of Estherville for buying two new horns and Mr. Jones was granted permission to buy them. The new plastic garment bags for choral robes were displayed. The group also voted to make five new bell covers for the basses to use in marching band. It was decided that the "Ways and Means" committee would «iplan the .'{Pops Concert" tables and serving. Chaperones were named for the State Line Band Festival to be held Jan. 31 at Lincoln-Central and parents were urged to attend. Students who were eligible for chairs in the Northwest Band Festival coming up Feb. 5 at Cherokee included Mary Lou Larsen (1st chair), Rodney Jensen and Mary Ellen Ditsworth. The music department has been invited to send representatives to the Tall Corn Band Festival to be held Feb. 12 at Cedar Falls for the band and Feb. 26 for the vocal department. The grade festival will be held Feb. 19 at Mason City and the vocal State Line Festival will be Mar. 29 at Armstrong. Weekend Specials At PRIEBE'S S SM M M tm • • • • •» •••»•••••>•• •••»•• «•§•••» SMSSiSb ' k Butternut Coffee .lib. Can 69c- IN FENTON SUGAR IDLbs. 99c BANANAS.. Lb. 10c tmmmmmmimmmmmifim^mmm All Reg. 29c COOKIES 4pkg$, $t $ 100 FRK GIFT HOUSE STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF FOUR UGHT BULBS GIANT SIZE TIDE 69c I Fenton Clubs Met During Pasl Week FENTON - The Fenton Woman's Club met at the home of Mrs. CharlesNewellastTues- day with Mrs. Paul Eigler as co-hostess. Mrs. Ed Bruhn and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod were in charge of the program. They showed colored slides of interesting places in Arizona and also the desert and its vegetation. Fifteen members answered roll call, "New Year traditions at home and abroad." The February meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Esther Frank with Mrs. Jake Schwartz as co- hostess. The Friendly Neighbors Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Hans Baago with Mrs. Rueben Luedtke assisting. Fifteen members were present. Mrs. Herschel HartmanandMrs. Albert Langerman gave the lesson, "Convenience Foods." January birthdays observed were those of Mrs. Hans Baago and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger. Mrs. Lester Baxter was a guest of the group. - o - Elizabeth Ann Laabs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Laabs, was baptized Sunday at St. John's Lutheran church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Laabs. Elizabeth was born Dec. 15 at Estherville. Dinner guests at the Laabs after church services were Rev. and Mrs. Rex Spicer and Rexann, Miss Kathy Devan, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Laabs, Mrs. John Fuhr, and Greg Thilges. Sunday evening guests of the Laabs were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Feye and family. Sunday evening guests of the Norman Bellingers were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ramus and Denise. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls were guests Saturday evening of the Eulan Schuellers of Titonka. ,Mr. and Mrs. Bill Krause of Fairmont and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth'Bellinger, Harvey Bollinger and Mervin Wallace were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Charles Weisbrod. Barbara Baxter Hostess To Fenton 4-H FENTON - The Fenton Forwards 4-H Club met recently at the home,of Barbara Baxter. Roll call was "A New Year's resolution that I kept." Several members gave talks including the following: Sandra Seege- barth on "What I look for on a clothing label," Kay Dreyer on "Selecting Sewing Equipment; Betty Wolter on "Sewing Bonded Fabrics"; and "Brushing and Hanging Clothes" was discussed by Debra Bierle. A filmstrip on "Wardrobe Planning" was also shown to the group. Guests were Mrs. Ed Wichtendahl and Mrs. Roy Bierle. This Sounds Like Something Different! FENTON - A group of the Town and Country Woman's Club got together Saturday and practiced basketball and volley ball to get "in shape" for an evening of fun. They are sponsoring a volley ball and basketball game between Fenton Male and Female Oldtimers and some Sentral physical education classes on Thursday, Jan. 27, More details on the evening in next week's paper. - o Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger entertained the following group on Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs. Bellinger's birthday: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmar Wichtendahl, Mr. Edwin Wichtendahl, Jeanette and Marlys of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tietz and Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer and Bonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl. Laymen League Of St. John's Elects Officers FENTON - The Lutheran Lay- mans League of St. John's Lutheran church met Tuesday evening with Rev. Rex Spicer leading devotions. Rev. Spicer also led the topic "Reflections on the First Commandments." Election of officers was held with the following results: president, Calvin Vaudt; vice president, Stan Berkland; secretary, Mrs. Victor Strueckerj treasurer, Mrs. Bennie Berkland; Lutheran Hour representative, John Struecker; membership secretary, Emil Bierstedt; program committee, Stan Berkland, Mrs. James Meyer, Harold Elmers and Ervin Borchardt. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our relatives and friends and Rev. Spicer for all the words of comfort, for the memorial gifts, floral tributes, cards and food for lunch the day of the funeral for our beloved husband, father and brother. Mrs. Webber Yager, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bailey. (5*) CARD OF THANKS Thank you, friends, for remembering us with cards and gifts on our golden wedding anniversary. Each one brought back • happy memories.' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith, Plalnfleld;' Iowa. HILAND POTATO CHIPS JM°x,. 5 JL REAL GOLD CONCBRTRATID ORANGE JUICE I -^^rr- / 6 ox, Cans PRIEBE'S STORE FENTON - PHONi 819^2271 STATEMENT OP CONDITION FffiST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK Annitrong, Iowa DECEMBER II, "65 — ASSETS — — LIABILITIES — Cash & Due horn Banks $ 737,226.75 Capital Stock f 100,000.00 0. S. Bond* & Securitiei 1,568,591.89 jBiplu| 150,000.00 Municipal Bondi and Securities . 432,961.21 Undivided Profiti 276,373.29 Loans & Discounts 2,430,417.66 Banking House, Furniture and Equipment Dividend Payable 7,000,00 Other Assets 9,205.58 491.61 Deposits ............ 4,645,521.41 Total Assets $5,178,894.70 Total Liabilities $5,178,894.70 OFFICERS and DIRECTORS John F. O'Neill, President Jemn T. O'Neill, A»t O«*bler F. 8. Manor, Vice President Leo E. FlUrlbbons, Vice President Junes M. O'Neill, Cuhler Rlt» Well, Am'i. OMhler Andrew Johnson, Director Gerald Volfi, Office Me*. r WA RNING Insecticides and Herbicides Are In Tight Supply This Year. Our Suppliers Tell Us. Therefore we suggest that you plan it safe, estimate your needs, and place your orders immediately. You might also protect yourself against a Price Rise By So Doing. CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to my relatives and friends for the cards, remembrances and funds while I was In the hospital and since returning home. Mrs. Edith Hayenga. (4*) I We Also Hove Our Opening Price! For Spring-Reid Seeds FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Fenton, Iowa t NEW NO - FROST THIN WALL REFRIGERATOR - FREEZER FREEZER SECTIOH FEATURES "NO-FROST" FREEZER—Kelvinator's superior "No-Frost" system utilize warm refrigeration gases to banish frost from freezer shelves, packages, and walls. Because it uses no electrical heating element* or extra tubes in the defrosting system, it is more reliable and much more economical, BIG CAPACITY—This big freezer has the convenience features you need to store frozen foods. It has a capacity of 167 pounds in Model 776N and 150 pounds in Model 776NA, which is equipped with an automatic ice- maker and dispenser. This feature lets you make and store ice cubes until ready for use. You have no ice trays to fill... never have to worry about running out of ice, THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmen and I THREE ICE TRAYS~(In Model 776N) Smooth-acting ejector ice trays and storage shelf make it easy to freeze and release ice cubes. Model 776NA does not need trays since it has the automatic Ice-maker ICE CUBE STORAGE CHEST—This chest stores ice cubes until ready for use. REMOVABLE STORAGE SHELF—This convenient shelf is removable to allow you complete flexibility in storage. DOOR SHELVES—Two, deep storage door shelves let you store frozen-food packages in "bookcase" fashion. There also is plenty of room for juice cans, other items. Lower shelf has lift-up guard rail for easy removal of packages. REFRIGERATOR STORAGE FEATURES AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING-The Kelvinator Humidiplate provides defrosting in the refrigerator' section. This efficient system gives you a "just right" balance between cold and moisture, keeps your refrigerator free of frost at all times. ILLUMINATED CONTROL PANEL—Control knob lets you make a single setting to maintain just the right balance of temperature in refrigerator and freezer. Two incandescent lights behind panel illuminate the interior of your refrigerator. A third light is located on the back wall. MEAT-KEEPER—Porcelain-finished meat-keeper located near cold Humidiplate* keeps meat at near-freezing temperatures. HALF-SHELF— Meat-keeper cover forms a half-shelf which is ideal for storage of small items. 5 8 Reliable 34 Hour Ambulance Strvict Funeral May Be Referred To U$ With Confidence Phones FENTON 889-2796 RINGSTED 966*1006 866-1001 966-1970 Finished in a choice pf two-tone colors with chrome trim. Me Fall PUMMINO - HEATIMG - AmlMKE Fenton, Iowa THREE SLIDING SHELVES—Three center pull-out shelves are placed at just the right level for greatest convenience and flexibility in loading and unloading. Chrome-finished back on the shelves prevents items from falling off. PORTABLE EGC BASKET—Holds two-dozen eggs; moves easily to range or sink. Stores anywhere in the refrigerator. TWIN PORCELAIN CRISPERS-Twin crispers are porcelain- finished. Each has a big capacity—13.2 dry quarts. Clearview covers over crispers seal in moisture. Covers may be removed separately from each crisper for easy cleaning, DAIRY CHEST—This in-the-door chest, with automatic- closing door, scores butter and cheese, inductee a butter serving dish. 9 HIGH-CAPACITY POOR SHELVES-Three sturdy, deep door shelves let you store milk cartons and tali bottles. Two upper shelves are adjustable, all are removable for cleaning. 4f\ MAGNETIC DOOR GASKETS—Powerful, permanent magnets IM in Korpseal gaskets keep doori tightly closed, seal cold ifl/ heat out- Doors open with a gentle pull for maitunum con^ venience—open easily from inside for maximum safety, We only hove one uftd refrigerator on hand, and we're in a good trading mood.

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