The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1960 · Page 12
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June 14, 1960 ®ljc puWrih««l iy ffo Upp^r DM Publishing cY, Anf»na, !•*• Mfti AROITM HAlVDItdM News 4-Aigona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, June 14, 1960 $2,400 Park Improvement At Fenton Is Underway Fenton — The Fenton Town Council approved a park commissioners plan for a hard surfaced play area in the town park. Work will begin immediately on a concrete slab approximately 120 by 50 feet. It will be of floating construction so it will not crack and will be flooded in winter for skating. It will be used during the summer for ban'd concrets, roller skating, basketball, and other games. The project is to be completed by July 4lh. The council has taken $2,400 out of the general funds to help pay for the project The Town & Country Women's Club has contributed $100. The council said it welcomes other contributions. The remainder of the funds needed will be taken from city licenses fees. JIM MEYER Says -to Confirms Seven | Rov. Oliver Johnson confirmed a class of seven Sunday at St. John's Lutheran church. Members of the class were Diana Bcrkland, Joyce Berkland, Stephen Berkland, Lois Johnson Kerry Kanda. Linda Sriker and Marlene Shoemaker. Begin School, Mason Cily Judy Juhl, Kebirca Householder, Judy VoiRt and Judy Wiener have begun their studies at Mason City -this past week. Judy Wiener is enrolled at Hamilton Commercial school and the other three are enrolled at La James School of Beauty Culture Band Concerts Begin The series of concerts by tin Sentral Band will be held during June and July. Concerts will be 8 p.m. on Saturdays Rehearsals will be on Tuesday nights at the Sentral h\K\\ schoo: building, according to Uireclo! Warren Jones. This past week 20-minute private lessons at the high ing. Students are grade on up. Your phone coll gets fast delivtry ef • complete lint of MOTOR OILS and LUBRICANTS including: ,., SUPER PERMALUBE Motor AMOCO Lithium Multi- Oil— the motor oil that out- Purpose Grease—one grease • performs all others. Sav f or m ost needs—won't thin Gas, saves Oil, saves E er soften in hardest service, pair Bills. JIM MEYER .FENTON PHONE 44 Fred Mortensen PHONE 87 FENTON, IOWA ', WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN 0«*l, NEW IDEA and Of HI EQUIPMENT , Bui, Ph*ft|°9 Rtt, Phone 60 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*j* HANTELMAN BUILDING SFRVICE ' Dr. E. W. Rusks DENTIST Office Phone 79 •.evidence 25 Fenton, Iowa the Fenton Junes begai: instrumental, school build' from 5th W.S.C.S. Meeting Members of the Fenton Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service met Monday. June 13 .'or an organization meeting. Each of the circles met separate- y following a devotional period it 2 p.m. in the church dining •oom. The groups came to;;eiher igain to report newly elected circle officers to the general pro,ram chairman, Mrs Lyle Newel. Circle chairmen are Mrs \V. K. Wolfe, Mrs Ralph Weisbrod and Mrs Clarence Osborn. Refreshments were provided by members of the society's executive board. Confirmation Dinner Mr and Mrs Ernest Berkland entertained dinner guests on Sunday, June 5th in honor of their son Steven's confirmation. Guests were Miss Donna Ruth Berkland of Minneapolis, Minn., Mr and Mrs David IJerkland, Michael, Paula and Jeffery. Stanley Berkland and Miss Kathryn Alt of Fenton, Mrs Uorouiy Larson, Mr and Mrs Kern Card and Roger of Ruthven, Mr and Mrs Vick Card, Gloria and John also of RuthVen, Mr and Mr.- Fred Chnslcnsen and Candy of Spencer and Mr and Mrs Eugen Berkland of Teriil, la. :r: FHA APPROVED• QUALITY APPEARANCE • EASY TO INSTALL .^i»-& 1'EEF" No other home improvement adds so much ... yet costs so little; The simple, yet attractive design of these awnings will •dd greatly to the appearance of your home. . They will give you the added decorative toucli, which teamed with their practical protective value, offers you the most sensible home improvement investment you can possibly make. Visit us tomorrow and see these smart looking awnings in a wide range of colors... at a price you'll really like. __ W THE BEST PRICES ON Combination Windows and Doors MORTENSEN SALES CO. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton < h Takes An Interest In Pentori! Si'/ : ',> ' ^ftOYD t r * 5 "• , A n ' CJtl ."<• s5^1 ^ '>' rVnkVn, fewa" Legion Auxiliary Meets The American Legion AuxMi- y met Friday ai'lc-rnoon in l!ie home of Mrs Charles Newel. They contributed $2.50 to the Mental Health Institute a! lyde- pendence, la. Election of officers was postponed until the July meeting. The aux liary ex-end.- their grateful thanks to a.!l liuisv who helped make then- annual plant sale a success and to all of those who made contributions to the Poppy fund and proudly wore the little red poppy a«am this year. Mrs Hans Baago. Poppy chairman,, reports a tola! f *45.C3 was given to the Popp> fund. Tr.e next rncetinu will be in the home of Mrs Clarence Osborn. Morvin Priebe and son Stephen, Raymond Stuebcr and Eugene lluskamp left Tuesday for a fishing trip iiv Canada. Rev. Harvey Walker of Ihe local Methodist church is attend- a Methodist church confei'- enee at Marshalltown. He le;t this past Friday and will rettun home Saturday afternoon. Judy Eigler has completed her year of study at the Universi!.'. of Iowa at Iowa City and spent from Tuesday until Friday wish her parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Eifcler. On Saturday she attended the wedding of her roommate. Judy Beavers in D«Moines. From Des Mo'mes sh< left for Davenport where sin \viil be employed this summer. Mr and Mrs Floyd Duncan attended a reception Sunday in tiit Wesley Methodist church in honor of Mr and Mrs Walter it. Smith who were married May at Chieopee Falls. Mass. Waiter is the son of Mr and Mrs W Smith of rural Wesley and ; ii"phe\v of Mrs Duncan. He i- st;:iioned with the Air Force in the East. Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger and Marlene Walker spent I'reM! Thursday to Saturday in De.-Momes. Friday evening they attended the wedding of Miss Carole Taylor and John Cotton Mr and Mrs S. E. Siraley, Mr and Mrs D. G. Keoppel and Judy and Mr and Mrs Robert Burkgren attended the wedding of Beverly Grant and Clayton ; Wolff at the Methodist church at Anlhon. Sunday evening. The W.S.C.S. of the Fenloo Methodist church met Monday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs Wilfred Laabs gave thr devotions. Fern Laabs- anc: [Cathy Mortenson sang two soiu's. they were accompanied by Trudy Hi: sic am p. Mrs Karl Croii'.v, IM\ s-.-nl'.'d the lesson "Set Apart Fo;- Me", she was assisted by Mrs CL-ylon . Ditsworth. Mrs Harvey Walker was in charge oi the reception of the new mem bers. She was assisted by Mr? Jack Gcrha't. Mrs Hans Baago. and Mrs Eugene lir.skamp. .Mrs Dcrwoocl Voigt was the only new member present, lic.stesses were Mrs Arlo Ranney, Mrs Clarence Osborn and Mrs Eel Riemcrs. The Depcv/ Circle met Thurs day afternoon with Mrs Milford Mitchell. Devotions were given by Mrs Albert Mitchell and the lesson by Mrs B. G. Berkland Guests were Mrs Ed Mitchell Mrs Willis Cotton, Mrs Ray Jensen and Mrs Duane Habecer. Mrs Albert Miichell er.leriain- ed several ladk"5 at a lunch ir honor of Mrs Gerald Voig! before she departed for a twr months vacation; Mrs Morris Mitchell, M'-s Rex Wolfe, Mrs Martin Hantelman, Mrs Er Bruhn and Mrs Richard UndL-r- \vf.orl :vid children. r an .- ' a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering. He begins work July 1 with Bethlehem St'iel Corporation in Pittsburgh. Mrs . Hansen made the round trip with the graduate's parents, Mi and Mrs John Hagg and her mother, Mrs Utto Hansen, all of Thompson. The Haags' son Dyrald, student at Loras College, joined the party at Dubuquc. Cardinal Montini, archbishop of Milan, -Italy, also addressed the graduating class and received an honorary degree. Dr. Thomas Dooley, famous 33 year-old physician of Laos and alumnus of Notre Dame, was among the others awarded honorary degrees. Another was Dr. Laurence Gould, president of Carleton college, Northfield, Minn. CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks to all my friends and relatives for the cards and gifts 1 received while in the hospital, also thanks to the Walther League and Sunday School for their gifts. Faye Hantelman. 24" Mr and M.-s Hu-ry Ann, Daro'd and Lv. K.iv t.-r. N in the day. S. E. Stralev Dv S'.ilur- §tre Desire - of .iily's !y in Fenio'V — Mrs A !n':~h was unions the un<-|'f 10,000 at Notre Dame Uai\ prtiduation i.-xc-rcLsed roee South Bend. Ind. I 1 Eisenhower made a 2')-minulo address to tlie e'ass and ri'ceiv- •;ree Mrs Haa" (,'d tin honorary doctor's d'.- 1 Amon« the "I'adnaieK was Hansen's nephew, Uuane of Thompson. He was av BY CONTROLLING Elevator FENTON. IOWA CALL US .... AND NEW LOVELINESS! • Hair Color 0) Damaged Hail Treatment* • Permanent! • Hair Sirlinft • Hair Trims Laels Beauty Shop Phono 99, Fonton. Iowa THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEl m^ —.M--. — jj^^teA IVIIIVflf IVWV Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance) Strvic* Reliable 24 Hour Functals May Bo R«f«rr«d To Us With Confident* Phono FENTON 23 RINOSTED 21001 21006 20216 OXKi&QXf! MODERN HOME FOR SALE Public Auction URSDAY - JUNE 23 6:00 P.M. FENTON, IOWA v HOUSEHOLD GOODS SELL PRECEDING HOUSE l'.«a\ Description of house being sold - Kossurh County, State of Iowa, lot 5 and fr.'riodrt6 ol''subdivision of part of lets B and C town of Fenton, Iowa. In the NVi of the SEtt Sec. 18 Township 97, North of Range 30 We*t of the 5th P.M. Ths Alvin Zumach 1 home located one block south cf the school house arsd six houses v/csi.. This is s one and a h?.lf story house. II is built ?cccrd ; r.g 1:. F J!.A. Specifications. There are two bedvboms downstairs ccmysloio v;'ih closets. Th'2 livinci room is 13' x 17' end is complete with v/o 1.1 to \vall catpiiir.g. The hall has matching wall to wall carpelin'j' ani ?. bu.'li in linen closet. The kitchen is of a desirable size with : b-j: : ll in cupboards eud a pari!al!y divided dinette. There is a spacious' uJiVy roc:-n v/ilh pleniy of bu'it in storage space. There is an averaga s'z:c. br.h rc-.-m. The upstairs has a large room and a large walk-in closet. This house h?s all tha features you'd require. Oak floors, in- su'.aiion, w^alhsr-slrlpping, Venetian blinds, Lennox oil furnace, elsctric v^ater heater, Hoipoint dishwasher, cistern and a hook-up'for Cu:Iigan. It h33 haavy duly electrical v/iring and combination self- storing screens and storms. There is an attached garage and a large basement. There is a beautiful and spacious back yard. TF.P.MS: 20% down. Balance when a warranty deed and abstract are delivered. Possession On July T, I960. Foj- furtK' information please contact Lloyd Berkland, Real Estate Broker, Phone 233 ai Fehtorf, Iowa. This hotike if available Ti inspection at any time by appointment with the above broker. 1958 — Triumph T 110-Motor Cycle complete wrth twin saddle bags and racing cams. This is like new having been used less than 9,660 miles. Owner in SerViceV HOUSEHOLD Five piece bedroom suite, Complete, Light Walnut wood s Three piece bedroom suite, Complete, Walnut Wood Walnut bed, Complete Dressing Table with bench Night Stand Miscellaneous End Tables Upholstered platform rocker Duncan Phyfe Oak drop leaf table with leaves and pad 4 chairs to match above Magazine rack — 2 metal kitchen stools 2 formica top tables, pedestal style, restaurant type Presto Steam Iron (brand new) Sentinel portable radio — both battery and electric Setchell-Carlson Radio with loud speaker Zenith Radio and record player complete with records Inter-Communication Set ,35mm Slide Projector ' Remington-22 Automatic Rifle 14 Storm windows and screens - 2-27" x 16" - 2-34" it 39" - 10-34" x 54" , Antique chair (solid mahogany) Mirrored What-not Pillows 2 Card Tables Circulating Floor 1 Fan Clothing, Men's Shirts, Etc. Nomon-Coat and Suits — Size 14 Meat Slicer Garden Plow 3-12' Benches Garden Tools — 16' Wooden Ladder Tool Tote Boxes — Hose Holders Snow Shovel — 50' Plastic garden hose with nozil* R.C.A. 21 inch T.V. -, , . • . TV. Antenna, wjth Fort Dodge Hook-tlp Round dak, gas' stbvfr • • | Apartment size* gas stove, suitable to? basement Crosley R«frigeV6tor - Vff ca. ft. size freezer unit across. Sub-Zero" upright deep' fVeetf - 22 cu. ft. Bendlx Clothes Dryer Portable,Mangle'- Universal Easy Splnn'er Washing Macmniir' Ironing Board, BoileV artU T«H»s Clothes Hamper and Clothes Bcnket 4 Egg" Bosket, (new) Fire-King Dishes - Set of 4' - Never Used Square Dinirfq r««nm table' and chairs ,_ Dishes and figurlnvs . . Electric Train 1 - Lionel - Cols of ateeisftrl'es Hammock with* stand Croquet.Set . ', Wire Pet Cage 36" sq. Ouons^ pif House A/chery let , ." . „ FootfeVafl, Boseball, Spikes Baseball Gloves ,. , Shoe Skates art* Ice Starts — $V« 10 2 Pair Swim Fins - Swim Mask Boy SfoutTtnt . Youth's Desk .,. MisctllqrtfMM'Toys..; . Brand N«w Nylon Tire - 670 x 15 Ad), Traito> r Hitch - To Fit RdmWer Several SO' Trouble Lights Miscellaneous Fishing Tackl Snow Shovel — 50 Plastic garden nose wnn nozne mi«^iiwnwvw» ri»n«m i«»w>* TERMS: USUAL AUCTION TERMS - NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS ALVIN ZUMACH - OWNER Lloyd Berkland, Auctioneer ahd BVoker

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