The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1960 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 19, 1960
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July 19, I960 ®ljc fcnttm ly Th* U0f*r Dot MolMI Publishing Co., Afeontt, lOWtt MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON N«w> Editor Sentral, Town Fenlon Budgets Presented Tuesday, July 19, 1960 Algono (la.) Upper Det Mone*~S School Budget Shows Rise; Town Lowers Budget estimates and notice; of public hearings on, same have befit* iiled-by 'both the Sentrnl Community School District and the Town of Fenion. The Sentral school budget hearing has been called for Monday, July 25, at 8 p.m. at the school. The budget itself was published officially last week in this newspaper. t Town of Fenton's budget Hear- ijng has been called for Monday, Aug. 1, at 7:30 p.m. at the Com- tnunity Center. Official publication of the budget is made in this issue of the paper by Paul Eigler, town clerk. The two budgets basically determine what property taxes will be paid by Fenton areai residents, in 1961. Sentral's proposed budget for 1960-61 school year shows an increase in operating costs of an estimated $16,104. The 1959-60 school year operating costs were $285,725. It is expected that the 1960-61 school year costs will be $301,829. Of the latter amouni $279,829 will be raised by taxation. The Town of Fenton budget, however, shows a decrease in the asking. The proposed budget for the coming year is $13,860. This is $5,622 less than the city operating costs in 1959 which were $19,482. The calendar year of 1960 is of coursui not yet tabulated. School years run from July 1 out Jepewt W #£_ Yaw plMM coll gets fast delivery tf • cenettte line tf MOTOR OILS and LUBRICANTS including: . , SuPEn PEnMAi.uBB Motor AMOCO Lithium Multi- Oil-thc motor oil that out- Purpose Greaw-onc grease r n . i7v« m «"•« K for most necds-won't thin Gas, saves O.I, BBVCS B or g^,, ^ hardest service. JIM MEYER FENTON I PHONE 44 I First step to beautiful Minted walls... • Easy to roll or brush on e Covers any wall surface in coat • Lovely new colors i -., • • • , •.••'•••• • • • Guaranteed washable Spec/of Be)duf y for Ceilings.. . SUPfR KfM-TONE CEIUNG PLAT WHITE For wooc/wprk in roa/crtmg, KEM-dO. Stoeber Hardware to July 1. Town, city and county fiscal years run by the calendar. The general public of the area is invited to attend either or both budget hearings. That is their purpose, to explain any sums requested, and to generally discuss financial matters that directly pertain 10 every taxpayer. Birthday Annivcnary A number of friends and relatives gathered at the Curtis Olson home Thursday afternoon to .help Mrs Olsen celebrate her birthday anniversary; Mrs Alvin Olsen, Ronnie and Stanley of San Bernadino, California, Mrs Ray Goering and Soma of Jackson, Minnesota, Mrs Ervin Neren, Larry and Jolecn and Mrs Sam Neren of Forest City, Mrs Robert Jacobson and children, Mrs Kenneth Larsen and Ronnie, Mrs Mamie Eckert, Mrs Bob Eckert and Janice and Mrs Earl Stafford all of Mallard, Mrs Ervrett Sippi k, and children, of Terril, Mrs Howard Preston and Faye of Swea City, Mrs Gaylord Olsen and children, Mrs Cleo Classen and 'Shcrrie Closswite all of Ringsted, and Mrs. B. G. Berkland of Fenton. Mr and Mrt Howard Rubey! and family of Cedar Falls and Mr and Mrs Bob Johansen and family of Mpls. recently visited in the parental Mrs E. J. Frank home and Donald Shaw. Mrs Letter 1 Weisbrod and Pan Weisbrod are serving as counselors at Camp Quest this week at Lake Okoboji. Dr. and Mrt E. W. Ruske and Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler ana Judy joined the Kaye Ruskes Sunday for a picnic at Waterloo. The occassion honored Kaye's birthday anniversary. Saturday evening dinner guaitt in the Ray Stoeber home were Mr and Mrs Ervin Kassulke and family of Tri-Mont, Minnesota. Mike Kassulke stayed for a longer visit with the atoebers. Merle and Barbara Halverson. Vernon Wilberg, and Kenny Boevers are attending Bible Camp at Medicine Lake near Minneapolis this week. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stocber and Wayne and Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber and Mike Kassule were in Minneapolis several days this week where they attended the Our Own Hardware Convention. Mr and Mrs Eldon Lee and Marilyn of Estherville were Tuesday night supper guests in the Kenneth Halverson home. Mr and Mrs Floyd Bellinger and Tommy of Waukegan, 111., were recent visitors in the Allan Bellinger home. When they returned home to their home Floyd's mother accompanied them. Kathy Pitman of Des Moints spent this past WCCK in the Pete Koenck home. Mrs John Waite and girls, Walter Wegener and Mrs Gene Wegener drove to Manhattan, Kansas, Wednesday for a visit with Mr and Mrs Jerry Waite and baby. The Wegeners returned home 'Friday and -Mrs • Waite and the girls remained for a longer visit. Mr and Mrs Charles Theesfield spent Friday in the Carl Clausen home at Tri-Mont, Minnesota. Mrs Clausen was observing her birthday anniversary. Teresa Voigt spent this past week in the Vern Switzer home at Arnolds Park. Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family drove to the lakes for the weekend and Teresa returned home with them Mrs Fred Marsh and girls oi New Providence visited'this pasl week in the parental Lister home. On Friday Mrs Lister entertained several friends in her honor, Mesdames Hans Baago Art Voigt, Paul Hudson, R. W Wolfe, Charles Weisbrod, Dale Weisbrod, Arnold Hansen and Randa. Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt entertained Tuesday night, in honor of Terry's 8th birthday. Guest: were Mr and Mrs Frank Muellei and family, Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family, Bill Voigt Lois and Peggy, and Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman and Paul. Ir the afternoon' Mrs Voigt topk Terry and several of her friends swimming- Enjoying the courtesy were Roxanna Householder, Bet hene Juhl, Nancy Gcitzcnaucr Ronda Kern. Vance and Valaine Voigt also accon-;:anied them. Mr and Mrs Otio Benson o Minneapolis were guests this pas week in the Oscar Sorenson home, Friday guests were and Mrs John Hagen of . St James, Minnesota. Mr and-Mrs Roger Osborn are the parents of a son born Mon day July 11, He weighed 7 Ib 6 oz. and has been named Crai, Roger. Mr and Mrs Russe] Kauffman of Swea City and M and Mrs Clarence Osborn are th grandparents. Mrs^Don Shaw, end children spent a" few days iiv Des Moines at the C. E. Shaw home and in Iowa City where Ricky Shaw was a patient at the University Children's Hospital. The D*p*wj Circle m*i Thwtt- clay afternoon with Mrs William Wiener. Mrs William DcWall was in charge of the devotions and Mrs Albert Mitchell presented' the lesson. Mrs Charlie Naig and Mrs 'Donald Hainzinger were guests. The August meeting will be a picnic in the park. The Menine Ctape e» the Fen. ton Methodist WSCS met Wed- •ncsday afternoon with Mrs Clayton Ditsworth and co-hostess Mrs Wiirrf n Jones. 16 membcw were present. Mrs Dale We» bro^ presented the lesson, Warren Jqnes was in charge o) the devotions and Mrs Ditsworth led the piftyer circle. , Sunday overnight ffueiti in the Albert Mitchell home were Mr Modern Mixers At Seneca Name New Officers Seneca — The Modern Mixers lub elected officers, when they net at the Jerry Jentz home Tuesday afternoon. Officers elected included Mrs Ted Jensen pres.; Mrs Robert Burt, vice resident; and Mrs Calvin Vaudt, secretary-treasurer. Committees appointed includ- id Mrs Robert Burt and Mrs Her- >ert Krause, perfect attendance; Mrs Everett Witham and Mrs •lenry "Looft, sick committee; and Mrs Robert Burt, Mrs Richard Bauer and Mrs Fred Johannesen, in charge of programs for ,he new year. The group voted to send a monetary gift to the Christian Home at Council Bluffs. Meeting Changed 'The Blakjer' WMF held its Former Fenlon Theatre Bldg. Sold To Priebe Fenton — Two butiness transactiont were completed in Fenton this patt week. The former thealer building was purchated by Ray Priebe from Oliver Stoeber. Exact plant for the theater building are not definite at thit time but the purchase wat made to enlarge the businett which will alto include mor- ing the egg buying ttation to the ground iioor. The other butinett transaction wat the purchase of the Mrt Delorit Schulte home by Norbert Thilges. Thilges operatet the Fenton Recreation Parlors and the family is pretently living in a farm home east of Seneca. Possession will be August 1st and Mr and Mrs Thilges and family plan to move to Fenton soon after that after. The Thilges' are the parents of 4 children. Flint, Walter Jentz, Ed Mitchell, Art Bierstedt, Raymond Uthof, Dennis Long, Hugr> Mittag, Walton Schram, Max Bierstedt, Henry Friedrich, Leon Kraemer. Larry Alt, Ray Priebe, Norman Larsen, Art Kressm, Lloyd Kern, F. F. Mueller, Olaf Norland. Edwin Uthof, and Mrs Harold Eimers. meeting Thursday afternoon with Mrs Ole Pedersen and Mrs Henry Looft as hostesses. Mrs Looft conducted devotions. Mrs Henry Wilberg had charge of the Bible study, Mrs J6hn Johnannesen presented a skit. Guests included itev. and Mrs David Vegen, Mrs Emil Bleckwenn and . Mrs Dale Long. The August meeting will be held on Aug. 11 instead of the regular meeting day, Aug. itf. Observes Birthday Mr and Mrs Herman Strucckcr of Fairmont were Thursday visitors at the home of their daughter and family, the Laurence Johannesens. Evening callers included Mr and Mrs Lloyd Nelson and Dennis of Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg. Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen, Rickey and Debra, and Mr and Mrs Henry Looft; The occasion was Mrs Johannesen's birthday anniversary. Beauty School Grad Dorothy Petersen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen, was graduated from the Fort Dodge Beauty Academy July 18. Dorothy was graduated from the Sentral high school last June. Mr and Mrs Donald Kronk entertained at their home Sunday evening, honoring Mr and Mrs Henry Rassmussen and Mr and Mrs Jim Rassmussen of Kansas City. Other guests included Mr and Mrs O. R. Patterson, Mr and Mrs Jim Rassmussen, Mr and Mrs Martin Henricksen, all ot Ringsted, also Mr and Mrs C. O. Bailey and' Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen of Seneca. Wednesday guests at the Ted Jensen home included Mr and Mrs Loren Correll and children, Loreh Jr. and Linda of Rochester, New York. Judy Jentz Is Honor Guest At July 17 Event Fenton — Miss Judy Jentz was honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday, July 17, at St. John's Lutheran church parlors. Registering the guests was Mrs'Dennis Long. The church parlors were decorated in orchid and white. Accepting the gifts at the door were Vickie Eimers and Cheryl Berkland and later assisting the bride-to-be with her gifts were Judy Marlow and Kathryn Alt. Mrs Frank Seeley was in charge of the program: reading •"ftbw'to Cook a Husband" 'by Mrs Harold Eimers; two vocal selections by Renee Votteler; a skit entitled "Twas the Night Before the Wedding" by friends of the bride-to-be; and Kathryn gave a reading on Judy's Life History. Hostesses were Mesdames Wall Pcrtl, Rueben Leudtke, Pau Voigt, Frank -Seeley, Eldon Hantelman, Ella Meyer, Eugene Meyer, EuClaire Meyer, Donald Ex-Resident Of Fenton Passes Fenton — Mrs George Fink (Mary Widdel) age 86, died at Waterloo on June 26, 1960, following a stroke. She had been a hospital patient for 6 days during which time her sister, Mrs Anna Boevers was with her. Mrs Fink was the oldest daughter of Chris ana Julia Faust Widdel. Survivors are two sons, Edward and Walter of Waterloo and two daughters, Mrs Mapes (Alice) of Waterloo and Mrs Rients (Lena) of St. Clair Shores, Mich. Four sisters and 1 two brothers also survive; Mrs Carrie Haaso of Algona, Mrs Bertha Weisbrod, Fairmont, Mrs Anna Boevers, and Mrs Minnie Weisbrod both of Fenton, Edward Widdel of Inglewood, Calif., and Harry Widdel of Armstrong. Her parents, ner husband. George, a daughter, Lillian and a brother Walter preceded her in death. Attending final rites Wednesday, June 24th, at Waterloo \vere Mr and Mrs Gail Haase and Mrs Harry fnillips and Mrs Carrie Haase of Algona, Mr anc Mrs Duane Widdel, Mrs Helen Widdel and Mr and Mrs Harry Haase. Record Crowd At Grand Opening Of Fenton Rink Fenton — Probably the largest crowd to ever gather, at the Fenton park did so last Saturday night, as many turned out to, hear the Band concert and enjoy the ice cream social. Preceding and following the band concert many enjoyed roirer skating on the new concert slab. The Ice cream social was sponsored by the Fentoii Forward 4-H club. Berkland, Ervin Votteler, Glen Cars were parked around the entire park block, and many were parked along the adjoining side streets. Lynn and Shelia Kay Void of Lake Mills are visiting for several days in the S. E. Straley and Lyle Hansen home. Mr and Mrs S. E. Brace and sons and Wm. Rath of LuVerne were Sunday dinner guests in the S. E. Straley home. Mr and Mrs Joe Madden of Fenton, and Mr and Mrs Howard Boyer, Becky and David of Dos Moines were Sunday dinner guests in the James Mallory home at LuVerne. Mr and Cecil Langerman and children joined the group for the afternoon and supper. Coming Events Tuesday, July 19 — Virginia Circle. Wednesday, July 20 — Nellie Circle. Thursday, July 21 — Blakjer WMA, Independence Mixers. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmer* and Funeral Directors Ambulant* Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Ut With Confidence •hone FENTON 21 RINGSTED 21001 21006 2021* SAVE 20% ON PIG FEEDING COSTS FROM THE 5th THROUGH THE 8th WEEK WITH PIG GROWER Fenton CO-OP Elevator FENTON, IOWA BUDGET ESTIMATE AMD RECORD OF FILING Town and.City Estimate NOTICE —Tho Town council of Fenton of Kossulh County, Iowa, will meet August 1, 1900, nt 7:30 P.M., at Community Center. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year'beginning January 1, 1(161. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at. the hearing. Paul W. Eigler Town Clerk. FUNDS HI U C. en X 4i p •M at tf a W 3 333,3 113 General Street Public Safety Sanitation Recreation 1 Utilities • Debt Service Trust and Agency Street (Road Use Tax) Liquor Profit 1,105 7,278 2.274 486 495 3.970 3.7BO 186 1,364 6,067 2,278 716 452 4,688 3,720 195 1,500 4,000 2,000 1,500 1.000 3,660 200 800 360 2,000 500 700 4.000 1,640 1,500 1,000 3,660 200 TOTALS 15.603 lfl,482 13,860 3,660 10,200 Taxable valuation <l!!5i» Taxable valuation, agricultural lands (1053) *,.}?•?£? Moneys and credits (11)59) $134.407 COLUMBIA DRI-1U-STORE PROVED IN THE FIELD BIN ~ CORRUGATED- PERFORATED FLOOR 20" PLENUM RING BJJ1. pj. town and Mrs Kate Eckhart of California. Remodeling Job On Creamery Per New Garage Work got underway last week on remodeling; of the ohj F«nton Creamery Blag, into a garage: The building was purchased by Duane Widdel, and the conversion will give the 9 ft W- Chevrolet owned by Widdel a new, >oiw fading highway 44, T,h« remodeling will iflclu*} » two BtaU entrance from the ~ eejet; large enough to accommodate tfe bitJg^fc trwls, .Use pfr V# additional space is being worked out. Thm is eneugjr wum for a paint shop, worshop," office space, as well as ample display urea foe uted curt» and trucks. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FtNTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN OHM, NIW IDEA and Of Hi IQUlf MINT •us. MMIM | R«* Mien* M BUILDING SIRVICE WHvMvtj * evMPtQCMPIMVJI PHONE US « 17 Dr. E. W. Rusk* DENTIST Office Phone 79 Nnton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only f ublictti«n Print* •d Thil Takes A* tal»*iti Iff Fentonl UOYD M. 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