The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1959 · Page 14
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PubUthlng Co., Alflono, low* im Newi 6-Algonu (la.) Upptf Pit Mdlnfe* Thursday, Feb. 12> Free Hams To Fenfonifes Start Friday Fenlen—Starting Friday night, Feb. 14, five juicy, delicious Easter hams will be given away in evening drawings, provided the persons whose names are drawn are present in any of the cooperating Fenton business firms. In cases where the winners are not present, the hams will be •added to the total to be given away free. Those who have already registered need not do so again. Those who have not may register at the First Trust & Savings Bank or any cooperating Fenton merchant See details elsewhere on this page. Cub Scouts Meet Cub Scouts of Pack 90 met recently and Den 2 presented a skit. Awards were made to Tom Yager, Don Luedtke, Leslie Lued- tke, David Gochenour, Donald Matthiesen and Roger Steinberger. Rally Held A youth rally was held at the local Methodist church with about 100 in attendance lasb week. The Fenton group was in charge of recreation. Guests were present from many towns and supper was served by the W.S.C.S. Jim Schwartz Elected Head Of T-Y Ass'n Fenton — Jim Schwartz of Station WOI Ames, was elected president of the Northwest Radio TV News Association at Stsannua meeting held this past Friday ir Minneapolis. Jim, .son of Mr and Mrs J. A, Schwartz of -Fenton, is Professor of Journalism at Iowa State College. He is the father of two sons, Mike age 12 and Jef age 4. This past year, the Iowa STOEBER'S RED TAG SALE BARGAINS GALORE! ALL OVER THE STORE 16" Galvanized Hog Pan 77c 250 Watt Heat Bulbs - 77c White Moulded Toilet Seat :- $3.88 10 Qt. Galvanized Pail __.:____ 55c HUNDREDS MORE COME IN AND SHOP Stoeber Hardware FENTON, IOWA State College yearbook, 'The Bomb* was dedicated to JJm. W.S.C.8. The Woman's Society of Christian Service met Thursday, Feb. 4. Mrs Arnold Hansen played a piano selection during the candle lighting, followed by devotions by Mrs J. A. Schwartz. Mrs Clarence Underwood had prepared the worship center. Mrs Jack Gerhard, assisted by Mrs Dale Voigt and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth presented the topic, Mrs Eugene Huskamp had charge of the business meeting. Mrs Wilfred Stoeber will be the fourth member on the courtesy committee for the remainder of the year. World Day of Prayer will be observed Feb. 13. The aifction sale and lunch will be held Feb. 21 at the Community Center. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs Arnold Hansen, Mrs Herschel Hartman and Mrs Warren Jones. Fenton Progresses The Featon Progressors 4-H club held their meeting, Monday, Feb. 2 in the/home of Earland Jon Jentz. All members and one guest were present for the meeting, Gary Berkland gave a discussion on Main Motion. Plans were made for participating in 4-H Day at Algona on March 7. To Kansas City School Three area boys, all 1958 high school graduates, enrolled Monday in Kansas City, at the United States Trade School. Kenneth Krause, who has been working at the Qheyrolet garage in Fenton plans to take body and fender work. Stanley Berkland, rural Fenton, who'has attended I the Emmetsburg Junior College this past semester, plans to take an eight-month course in gasoline mechanics; Ivan .Wiener, who is a Cylinder High' school graduate, will also take the course in gasoline mechanics. Donna Berkland of Minneapolis, Minn, spent the past weekend in the parental Ernest Berkland home. Donna is employed in the stewardship department of the Evangelical Lutheran church. Arnold Krause, who spent the past weeeknd visiting with relatives and friends at Fenton returns to the Veterans' Hospital at Des Moines, where he will receive radium 'treatments. Following the treatments he plans to return to Perry,, la.' where* he l> BUILDS JOBS During 1959 this Company is investing $13,300,000 to assure you a Brighter Future TpDISON predicted Aat with the growth of efoctrto •LJ power would come amazing forward steps to Indus, trial progress, to tarn assuring more fobs, a higher stand* aid of Irving and more prosperity for all. There fa Plenty of dependable electric power In low* and this Company is busy seeing to it that new plants, facilities and new equipment will provide and distribute additional power as it is needed. lowans can always look forward to a bright electric future. HIVING TW HIAJtTtAND ff Wt cm prowl »f Hi* fact that H mtny of rar iharthoIcUrf lira In *• «rta w* wrv*. Nlf WtfW Modchohfon KM hi lew* % Good Citizen of ihe Communities We Serve * fe |«WA ELECTRIC UOHT AND POWER COMPAHY Is night clerk in a hotel. Marilyn Jenll of tftdiiflftpdHt, Ind. spent from Friday to Moh* day of this last week in the f>aie* ental George Jentz home. Mis£ Jentz came by plane to Mason City, which is about a three hotir trip. Miss Jentz is employed by the L. S. Ayres Store, as an assistant buyer for the high school and teen-age department., A graduate of the Fenton high school, she attended towa State College four years where shd studied textile and clothing and received her degree in Home Economics. Dixie Scribner recently celebrated hef 7th birthday rinniver* sary. Present for the occasion were her .friends, Lynette Johnson, Linda Wegener, Janet Brown, Diane Luedtke, Diand Uthof, Sandra Hantelman, Bethene Juhl, Jan Newel, Bonnie Leininger, Tffisa Voigt, Terti Voigt, Maria Waite and Randa Kern. Kathy Mortensen and Christie Lura were unable to attend because of illness. Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklof, Linda and Larry of Titbnka were Thursday evening visitors in the Roelf Miller home. The Study Club met Wednesday in the home of- Mrs Dale Weisbrod. Eighteen are in en rolled in the Club and Mrs Harvey Walker is the teacher. Mr and Mrs F. C. Piuel left Friday for Arizona where" they will spend the remainder of the winter. They will be visiting Dr. B. Sulek family at Phoenix. Mr and Mrs Don Sieinberger and boys were Friday evening supper guests in the John Carroll home at Estherville. Mr and Mrs William Householder are parents of an 8 Ib. 1 Oz. son born Thursday, Feb. 5 at the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. Friends honored Mrs Deloris Schulte Thursday evening at a jarty at her home in honor of her Dirthday anniversary. Following an evening spent in playing 500, ,unch was serVecUby the friends of Mrs Schulte, which included ihe following; Mr and-Mrs M. P. Nemitz, Mr and Mrs Virgil Borchardt, Mr and Mrs Herbert Krause, Mr:? and 'Mrs Robert Mitchell, Mr' and ' Mrs Ervin Borchardt and Miss Karen Hainzinger. Mr and Mrs William Eimers entertained at a 500 card party Thursday evening for the neighbors, that had a farewell on them last spring. High score prizes »oing to Mrs John Struecker and Frank Seely, low prizes to Mrs Emil Bier&lj.edt, and Harold Eim-j ars^intf. travel to, -Mrs Victor; a-. f*w»w iw^= i *• Struecker. ' John T. Ruger, accompanied by his father and Bob Johnson of Al-f ;bna attended the Estherville' Creamery meeting last week., John and seven other 4-H and FFA boys were honored for their achievements for the past year. Each boy was presented with a $75.00 award. John was the Kos- sutlvGounty Winner. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hiskey-of Des Moines 1 were weekend visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs W .H. Eimers. Sunday afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs Hans Hansen land boys of Estherville. Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber went to Minneapolis Sunday to attend Our Own Hardware Convention. St. John's Ladies Aid Society met Wednesday afternoon with •hostesses Mrs Weber Yager, Mrs Clarence Wegner and Mrs Don Berklarid. Guests of the Society were Mesdames Clarence Yager, Charles Feye, Marlin Wegener, Fred Jentz, E. K. Johnson and Miss Bertha Kressin. Mr and Mis W. R. Wolfe went to Oskaloosa Saturday to attend the funeral services Sun'day afternoon at the Baptist church in Fremont for Mrs Ruth Forby Baker. Mrs Baker, age 90, was an aunt of Mr Wolfe. She and her husband Mr Forby, were some of the, first Baptist Missionaries to go to Alaska over 50 years ago. Mr and Mrs Wolfe returned home Tuesday. They visited; in the F. C. Kite and R. G. McFall home in Oskaloosa. Mrs Kite and McFall are .sister and brother of Mrs Wolfe. Judy Eigler spent this past weekend in Iowa City with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Kaye Ruske, Mr and Mrs Wendell Rusch went to Cedar Rapids Sunday to visit in the home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Weiske. On Monday, Wendell attended a Lennox Fur- nace meeting , at Marshalltown. They returned to Fenton Wednesday. Margp stayed with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Frank McFall while her parents were gone, ^ A World Day of Prayer will be bbserved in the Fenton Methodist church chapel, on Friday, Feb. 13 at 1:30 p.m. Delmar Fischer, president of the Sentral PTA announces that Mrs Leon Blake of Estherville will be the guest speaker at February meeting of the Sentral PT?A, Monday evening, Feb. 16. Mr and Mrs Darwin Bang and Mr and' Mrs Richard Underwood and family were Wednesday eve student*.^ >••;>"/, ':. '.• Alyift fisdnisisti • had on HiglWa^ 44 to let Ws soft board a jWailing bus to .Selitf al school. ,The stop light olh& vehicle /wasn't working, "* A car driven by t)enri!& .Gelt* zenauer, 17, oft his wdy to Sentral school, fanimed th§ the Thomsen machine. Dennis is the son of Mr and Mrs 5 Delbert Geitzenauer, Both cars were headed south. , ( > Albert Schwaftzeftbach, town marshal, estimated damages to Geitzenauer's car at $250. . Thursday morning, > a ' driven draining car with a student at the Wheel Was hit in the tight feridei ; when a' pM'-ur); truck emerging from an alley .in town skidded on ice. ',--'' ' •: ". , Kenneth Walter, Setitral high school driver training) Instructor was riding with Kerrt Yager, stu dent driver. Driver of the truck was Martin Hahtelman; • . Deputy Don Wood investigated the Collision. W6od estimated damage to the car at $150. Sentral Supt. D. G. Keoppel said he thought ';the car would have to have a new fender. Mrehased & fafni Mar Minn, and later t etifed from the farm and* moved td Ortonville. -They were parents of nine girls and thtee'boyl. His wife passed ftWay in October, 1954, and two sans and & daughter preceded him in death, also three sisters and a brother, Mrs Carl Geilenfeld Sr.» Mrs Emelie He'idenwith Mrs Elizabeth Dacken ik Schneider of Lone 6f Algon and Fra Rock.' Although in advanced age he was in perfect health 'and was able to work, taking care of the Ortonville cemetery, ning supper guests'in the Albert Mitchell home. Mr and Mt s Roy Peterson speni last weekend in Minneapolis where they attended the Spring Furniture 'Market. They placed their orders for many new pieces of furniture which ; will soon be in stock at the local Furniture store. Mr and Mrs L. A. Petersen of Ringsted were in' charge of the store during .their absence. S. E. Straley, chairman of the March of Dimes Drive, reports that a itotal of $150.37 has been contributed by the people of Fenton. The Legion Auxiliary with Mrs John Waite as president, canvassed the town. Mrs Straley also reports that the people of Flenton Township, with Herschal Hartman as chairman, contributed $42.90. Mrs Bob Johansen of Minneapolis, Genevieve Newel of Chica-go and Mr and Mrs Howard Rabey of Cedar Falls were weekend Visitors with Mrs E. J. Frank and E. J. Frank, the latter who is a patient al St. Ann hospital, Algona. - t The, Fairville .Ladies Aid Society met Thursday afternoon at the church parlors with hostesses Mrs Delond Votteler and Mrs Ervin Votteler the latter who was .serving in the absence of.Mrs .Ernest Votteler. The Aid is sending good ijsed clothing to a church mission project at Water town, •Wis. Mrs Alfred Bierstedt and Mrs Ervin Bruhn are in charge •of packing and sending it. Estimate $400 i Damages In 2 I Fenton Crashes I Two traffic collisions within a *24 hour period ending about 10:30 Ta.m. Saturday, involved ' three len and two Sentral high school Lotts Creek. Leaving there' they Ex-Resident, Ldtts Creek, Dies In Fire Whiitemore — Arthur 'Heidenwith received a phone call from Ortonville, Minn., telling of the sudden, and" tragic death of his only surviving . uncle,- Paul Schneider, 83, of • Ortonville, Saturday morning. > He had been living alone in a small home for a number of years. The interior was gutted by a fire of unknown origin and the body was discovered at 11 p.m. Friday night, charred beyond recognition. Burial was Saturday afternoon. Mr Schneider was born on March 28, 1876, in Milwaukee, the son of the late Mr and Mrs August Schneider of Lotts Creek. He attended the rural schools and was confirmed in Immanuel Lutheran church in Loots Creek. He was married to Miss Martha Vigdal in the same church by Rev. Martiii Fuerstanau. For a number of years they farmed in 'the vicinity of 'Whittemore and SWEA CITY NEWS Callers at the Derwood Voigt home recently were Mr and Mrs Allen Bellinger, Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt and family of»Fenton,- .Mr and Mrs Richard Hengel and Karen of Amboy } Minn, and Mr and Mrs .Darrel Bishop. • Mrs Ralph JWefaer of Bancroft called at the Selmer Uhr home one day last week. Mr and Mrs Alfred Anderson entertained ' a group of friends from Fairmont, Minn} . Spirit Lake,'Armstrong, Bancroft and §wea , picture ,ttiat leitnef tthrs by Mend in Africa. issienir? fe birds whifch cannot , fly are the eniu, kiwi and LUCKY WINNERS! TWO WINNING NUMBERS POSTED BUT NOT IDENTIFIED (Cheek The Numbers. Every Week) EACH WIN 10 GALS, of GAS FREE. REGISTER EVERY TIME YOU'RE IN diy HIGH SHELLING CORN ^hillip PHILLIPS "66" STATION (DON'S SERVICE C'd.) , : EENTON. <^ ' OVER-RUNS are the rule — not the exception — when y,bu . shell out a Kingscrost Hybrid. Large, ,' well-filled, deep-kerneled ears give you a maximum of/grain — a minimum of cob. And 'it's usually .dry corn, too. For Kingscrost features early-opening husks, and slender cobs. to help speed drying in the field. Avoid early sellouts — -place your order today.' We have a feature- balanced Kingscrost maturity that's right for your farm. Planf KINGSCROST Anolhtr Quality Product of NORTHROP, KING & CO. FENTON CO-OP. ELEVATOR CO. " ;J ' FENTON, JOWA ,.., ^ EASTER X^^-^l-^^^^-^^XX^^%^^^«o- fc xv^vx^ M r^^vx^--^^^^^^^ 30 FREE EASTER HAMS STARTS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 13 FRIDAY N OOTA THINGS TO DO LIST? FENTON LUMBER CO, 5 EASTER HAMS DRAWN EACH FRIDAY NIGHT. IF WINNERS ARE NOT PRESENT, 5 EASTER HAMS WILL BE ADDED THE FOLLOWING WEEK! • Register at Fenton office of First Trust & Saings Bank or any participating merchant listed below. You do not have to make a purchase to register. If your name w a s previously registered it is still there, from Drawings of I ast year. : • Registrants must be of high school .age. - . • Be in Fenton every Friday night at 8:00 when the winners name will be read. . , ; • Winner Must Be In Any One of The Business Places Listed Below at 8:00 p.m. When The Names Are Read. MAKE FENTON YOUR FRIDAY NIGHT TOWN! FREE Parking - Friendly, Courteous Merchants That Are interested In YOU And YOUR COMMUNITY I * * FENTON COMMUNITY CLUB PARTICIPATING MERCHANTS Baileys Store Jorgenson Locker First Trust and Savings Bank Voigt insurance Fepton Drug Co, Dons Service Co, Ms Fall oncj Rusch Dr,i,W.Ruik§ Stoeber Hardware Priebes Store Charlies D-X Service Petersons Furniture . Weisbrod Implement Fenton ,Coop Elevator Yagers Farm Servist , Picks Cafe Weisbrod D-X Tank Service Fenton lumber €9* Hantleman Garage Fenton .Reporter B. and W. Chevrolet Dr, W, W, Jolley Hansens Standard Station Hudson Barber Shop Mrs Fritz Freyholtz Laels Beauty Shop

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