Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1966 · Page 8
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a~AL6dNA (lewd) AOVANCi THURSDAY, MARCH 31, in Fenton homes Fenton Fenton residents and most area; farmers were getting back to normal Monday mortting after one of the worst weeks in history. Residents of Fenton were without lights for 45 hours but farmers in the area were without much longer. Some areas received electricity for the first time on Saturday evening and others not until on Sunday. Classes were resumed at the Fenton Grade School and Sentral high school Monday morning. Telephone service is being restored as fast as possible. Residents of 'Fenton were without phones during the power failure because batteries could not be charged. Those in the country with underground cable had phones as soon as the town did. During the storm Fenton was isolated with only a two-way radio connecting them with the' outside world. Fenton firemen were busy Friday and Saturday. hauling water to farmers for their livestock. During the week while the only heat was in homes with gas stoves or oil burners and coal furnaces many families moved in with friends, neighbors .or relatives. On Wednesday evening Jack Munch, Donald Hainzinger, Richard Stucki and Norman Bollinger took a tractor 'to the Dr. Jerry Waite farm and brought Mrs. Waite and her three small children, and'Linda Wegener into town. On the way back they were hailed by Larry Alt and he and Irene and Tania Berkland also rode to ,town in the snow Vucket of the tractor. Both homes were completely without heat and temperatures in the homes were in the low 40's. The Fenton Cafe was the hub of activity during and since the storm. On Wednesday evening about 40 people ate supper there and many of them also spent the night there.. Since then it has been full of utility men at meal time. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman and Sandra stayed with the Walter Krauses until Sunday. The Arnold Hantelman's were at the Norman Bollingers. The Larry Alts and Larry Ra- .mus's were at the Stan 'Berk- lands. The Ernest Vottelers had Trees fall some of their with them. Warm hearted hospitality with the modern touch in MINNEAPOLIS "19" TV in rooms Individual air-conditioning and heating Restaurant Room service Beauty shop Hertz Rent A Cars Swimming pool Conveniently located to shops and airport BOULEVARD CONGRESS MOTEL 5637 Lyndale Aye., So. Minneapolis, Minnesota Phone 612 TA 5-4488 On U. S. Hwys. 65 & 35W. 3 miles North Int. 494 grandchildren A LARGE TREE on the Harry Cutler parking snapped under the weight of heavy snow and high winds during last week's snow. The home is located on North Thorington street. Many other trees, plus numerous branches, were knocked down or broken from the storm. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Many mothers and daughters found themselves stranded after the banquet Tuesday evening at the Fenton Methodist church. The Fred Boetchers moved in with Mrs. Art Mueller during the storm. The Larry Gades and Lloyd Sundaes were at the Herman Gades. The Dale Weisbrods returned home from their trip to Hawaii during the height of the storm. They were met at Des Moines by the Paul Voigts of Fenton and a couple from Riingsted. The group got back a few miles from Algona and spent their time until early Thursday stranded at a farm home with no heat or electricity. The Kenneth Halversons were back in Fenton to greet the storm after a vacation in Arizona. ' •«<•.••'.<• i." Also back from a winter vacation in time to witness the storm were the Ed Meyers. John Geitzenauer celebrated his ninetieth birthday on Sunda v. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki and family were stranded in Fenton last week during the storm. Mr. Stucki had brought them over on Tuesday to attend the Mother-Daughter Banquet and after starting for home Tuesday evening turned around and came back to Fenton. Mr. Stucki is on the police force at ville will meet on Wednesday, April 6 instead of on Thursday for its regular meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd .Duncan stayed with the Eldon Duncans during the power outage. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jacobsen, Fenton telephone manager was in Des Moines during the recent storm attending a telephone meeting. /^, : ; •>.?:; Mr. and Mrs; Bernard Laabs, Mr. and Mrs. James Laabs and family were stranded at the Wilfred Laabs during the storm. The women had attended the Mother-Daughter Banquet. Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Margo were stranded at the Frank McFalls following the banquet. Mrs. Darrel Dreyer and Kay were stranded at the Ida Dreyer home following, the banquet. •Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland, Marlin and Karen were Sunday dinner guests of the Oscar Berklands in Cylinder. They all visited Mrs. Clara Berkland :at;tbe Good Sa,rasrj!ton Home in Estherville in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Berkland and family of Terrill were also visitors of Mrs. Berkland. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reimers entertained at a 500 party on Saturday evening. High went to Mr. and Mrs. Larrv Gade and low to Mr. and Mrs. William Bruhn. James Bierstedt won travel. The film "The Power of the Resurrection" and the ice-cream social that were to have been held on March 27 at St. John's Lutheran Church in Fenton were postponed and will be held -six top ratings for Fenton musicians >Fenton — Sentral Community High School Music groups received eighteen number' one ratings and nine number two ratings in the vocal departmenl and eighteen number ones and 7 number twos in. the instrumental department at the Solo arid Ensembles Contest at Arnolds Park on Friday and Saturday. Number one ratings went to Robert Krause for a bass solo; Gary Rath, tenor solo; Dennis Eldridge, tenor >solo; Dale El- dridlge, baritone solo; Rennae Votteler, trebel high solo; Mary, T->nn W.WM&&1 ^tVatt&T hicrii cAiln-l they had planned to observe their 57th wedding anniversary. Waiter and Richard Cafnpney, who milk 43 cows, had a rough time during the blizzard. They missed three milkings before they got a generator so they could use the milking machines. Mrs. Jim Christensen, who had spent several weeks in Tulsa, Okla., .started home but spent Tuesday thru Friday with .friends in Qmaha and Council Bluffs during the storm. On Sunday, March 27, the George Koestlers and Clifford Krantz's were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mann visited an aunt, Mrs, Bertha Dahl at Thompson Sunday. The Gary Zwiefel family, Titonka, were guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel. ' Guests Monday at the Raymond Westling home were Mr. Art issacson of Stratford and Mrs. Otto Westling and La Verla of Webster City. The U| & I Circle has been postponed one day and will meet Wednesday, April 13. The Extension lesson "Preparing Food for 1, or 2" will be given at the Extension Office in Algona by Mrs/ Margaret Pratt of Emmetsburg on April 12 and will 'be given i as program at the U & I Circle April 13. Lone Rock girl, Fenton man, married Sunday Fenton — John Bellinger, son of the George Bollingers of Fenton, was united in marriage with Georgia Ann Marlpw, daughter of the Lyle Marlows of Lone Rock at St. John's Lutheran church in'Burt on Sunday afternoon. Rev. William Scheer officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Eugene Marlow was matron of honor and Mr. Lloyd Bellinger was best man. Brides- riiaid was Miss Deann Marlow and groomsman was Mr. Eugene Marlow. Flower girl was Diann Householder and ring "InsUte Baity Cldver" *tarttrtg Sunday at the Algoha Theatre. Titoftka pair CMi|ritU In mtttlo etirtiit Tltoflka — Two local high school students participated in the State Music Contest at Klemrhe Friday, March 25, in the piano solo division. Keith Rode received a 1 rating; He played "German Dance", by Ludwig Von Beethoven. Carol &midt received a H rating; she .played "Fifth Nocturne", by Leybach. Natalie Wood, as Daisy Clever, has a pensive moment In this scene from "P)iside Daisy Clever," which opens v on Sunday at the Algona Theatre. The Technicolor • Ranavicion film, .produced by Alan J. Pakula and dir rectqd by ;Robert Mulligan for Warner Bros.' release, tells of jth'e discovery, .development and ^eclipse of a teen-age singing •ensation in Hollywood in the llWOfs. Eou high solo;' Snencer, which was also hard hit by the blizzard. Sunday dinner guests of the Albert Mitchells were the Morris Mitchells and the Ole Pe- tersens. Afternoon callers were the Milford Mitchells. Mrs. Burnet Heine and children stayed with the Gerhart Hantelmins during the storm. Mrs, Seelv and Mrs. Ralph Nichols of Whittfimore were strandpd at the Marion Stuckis after the banquet. They stayed until roads were opened on Thursday. Also staying with the Stuckis were the Merle Voigt family. Mrs. Helen Widdel's granddaughter, Nancy, was with her during the storm. The Joe Culbertsons stayed with the Paul Voigts after power was restored at the Voigts on Thursday. No church services were held at Fairville on Sunday as the church and surrounding area were still without power. St. Lukes Ladies Aid of Fair-Auxiliary. on Sunday evening, April 3. Fenton Co-op, to hold 59th annual meeting Fenton — The 59th annual meeting of the Fenton Cooperative Elevator Co. will be held Saturday, April 2 at 8 p.m. in the grade school gym in Fenton. Directors will be elected and regular business will be transacted. Entertainment will be by radio and television entertainer Jimmy James, after the meeting. There will be a drawing for a $25 savings bond at 8 p.m. Drawing for door prizes will be held after the enter^ tainment. Lunch will be served by the Fenton American Legion Rita. Luedtke, trebel low sojo;. Audrey Bergum, trebel low solo; Girls Sextette, Girls Quartet, Girls Trio, Boys Double Quartet A and B, Mixed .Double Quartet, Mixed A and B Quartet, Mixed Duet A and B. Instrumental One ratings we-' re Kathy Bierstedt, B flat Clarinet solo; Mary Ellen Ditsworth, B flat clarinet solo; Mary Lou Larsen, bass clarinet and baritone sax, Clarinet Trio, Sax Quartet, Brass Sextet, Cornet Trip, Trombone Quartet. Mixed Clarinet Quartet. B flat Clarinet Quartet A and B. Dr.um Ensemble, Sax Trio, Alto Sax Duet, Tenor Sax Duet. Clarinet Quintet and Flute Trio. was ! Rodney Marlow. bearer Ushers were Wendell Willrett and Willis Woodwick. A reception followed in the church basement: The couple will live in Algona where the btide is employed by the telephone ( coinpany' : an'd the grltftti will continue farming with his father and brother near Fenton. —Thursday thru Saturday "Town tamers" 7:30 only "Sands Of The Kalahari" 9.05 only —Saturday matinee ''Rumpelstiltskin" 1:00 and 3:00 —>Sunday matinee 'tRumpelstiltskin" at 1:00 only —Sunday "Inside Daisy Clover" 4:00-7:00-9:40 —Monday thru Wednesday "Inside Daisy Clover" 7:00 and 9:40 BICD OPiN HOUSE Seed's Hardware held open house at their store on Friday and Saturday. They have enlarged, \rempdeied and redecorated their store. Lunch was served. Winners .of -the prizes were: Mrs. (Gertie Rike, hair dryer; ' Glen Miller, enough paint for a room; Mrs. John Hamilton, -electric carving ikni- fe; Mrs. Warden Smidt, electric coffee ,maker; Debra Jaansen, transistor (radio; Clark Christen sen, itricycie. Mr, and Mrs. Harlan Harms, Titpnka, are parents of a girl born March 15. She weighed 5 Ib. £ 02. and has' been named Rhonda LaRae. She hits .two brothers, Kelly and Bradley. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ;Beal, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harms of Titonka. 000»»0*»Moooooooooooo»e Lu Verne Ftrn Roger and Ricky Heiter of Humboldt spent the weekend visiting their grandparents, the John O. Coxes. Their parents, the Roger Heiters, were in Marshalltown attending a American Legion. Bowling Tournament. Mrs, Emmett Knary, LuVerne w;as admitted Sunday to St. Ann hospital for medical treatment. Tht Harold Ristaus visited Sunday in Maryville, Mo. with their daughter, Carol, student at Northwest college there. Tht .Harpjd Traugers were in the Twjn Cities Saturday to late Monday attending the Sport Show. Mrs. Olga Ruger, 81, Lu Verne, .was admitted to Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt Sunday if or .observation medical treatment. and Burt Mrs. George Hawcott ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Helland announce -the engagement of o their Daughter, Diane, to Mr. out, Highway 44 was blocked, Stillborn baby at Fenton during storm Fenton — A stillborn baby was deUvered by a registered nurse in a Fenton home when the mother was unable to get to a hospital during the storm. Mrs. Arthur Barber of Estherville, her husband .and two children-were'visiting"-Mrs. Barber's mother, Mrs. Mary Denton of Fenton, when the blizzard struck and the birth became imminent. Barber desperately tried to get help, but the phones were Shoe EVERYBODY WANTS TO BE IN OUR SHOES this Easter! And here are five good reasons why. QUALITY WORKMANSHIP COURTEOUS.SERVICE NATIONALLY ADVERTISED EXPERT SHOE FITTING PRICES FOR ENTIRE FAMILY G rahams Advertised in MADEMOISELLE - SEVENTEEN - GLAMOUR 'f.l I I I I I II I II I. in I 11 I Charles Kolb, Shenandoah, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Kolb. The couple graduated from Simpson College. Miss Helland is a member of Delta Zeta social sorority and Gold Key Honor Society, now currently attending the University of Wisconsin. She will obtain her masters degree in June. Mr. Kolb is a member of Sigma Alpha Ejpsi- lon fraternity and is teaching in the Newton, Iowa school system. The wedding date has been set for June 26. KINDERGARTEN DELAY No new date has yet been ISLAND HOMESITES by the SEA ,r ISfi'l A place to vacation.*. a placetorotiro... ' a profitabl* invtitntint Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mitchell. Des Moines, visited Sunday and Mondav at the oarental Donald Mitchell home. Mrs. K. Mitchell is a nurse at Blank Memorial hospital in Des Moines and Keith who will graduate from Drake in June, both had a day off Monday so visited here at home. Roger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lavrenz. has returned to I the U.S. from Viet Nam. Re called his parents from Milwaukee last week. Mrs. AUa Froh of Roland car me last week Monday to stay with her sister, Mrs. 0. A. Campney, who is ill with sciatic rheumatism. Mr. 0. A. Campney is a patient at the Heritage Rest Home in Bancroft since Friday. If all is well by today set for the Kindergarten Round Up for The Sentral School District. Letters will be sent out notifying parents of the new time. The Round-up was scheduled for last Thursday evening when the Sentral School was without power. Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE and'the Fenton doctor was out of town on vacation. No snow plow could be located Wednesday to take Mrs. Barber to the hospital. Mrs. Clarence Yager of Fenton, a registered nurse assisted in the delivery. Thursday Barber located a snowplow which escorted his wife to the Algona St. Ann hospital where she was reported in good condition. Funeral arrangements for the infant were set for Saturday at the Reese Funeral Home in Estherville. The Rev. W. H. Disher officiated with burial in the East Side Cemetery. FELLOWSHIP — Harry Roger Grant, Simpson College senior from Albia, was among 17 college students awarded a. Woodrow Wilson Fellowship for advanced study in history. One One of 1,408 outstanding men and women chosen from 380 colleges and universities. Grant will receive a full year's tuition and fees and a living stipend. V**. BAHAMA PALM SHORES ONLY 1M Mllll EAST OF HQIIQA ON LOVELY GREAT AIACO ISUNO • tfcl .5h terms $!& down, >io momn. wo taxes, no plpsing costs. An enqhanteo; world of tropic splendor, sgft trade- winds, Old World chirm. 5Y» miles of powder-pink beaches 60 ft. to 1450 ft. from yowr door. Abundant pure, fresh Water, hard surface roads; clear title. flints from Florida and Nassau. H»(bour, Great Ab*co; Dim „ »nd Fort Uuderdale Chamj»frc ef Csmmnci. i*»tti*»***»***********************i**s BAHAMA PALM SHORES • Ctral Ml* Midicil |> Pr(i«»l«Ml §M|. • 3471 N. 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This home and location has ell the atmosphere end advantages of the quiet country Ijfe, while being only six blocks from Atgona city limits. €•11 Seeley Realty for added information and an appointment to iff this home. ALSO SEi OUR COMPLETE LISTING IN CLASSIFIED SECTION. Seeley Realty Co. (•vtrSiL) 17 1 /! P«u.l AA< Sf*l*V, Realtor Mlfk i%. Seeley Office Hitfif H $0 Residence Phone $4174 STATg Arnie RickMs § Jim G«t | an 5-24?! iff Frankl 55479

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