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[ MARCH 9,1967 | 6—Algona (la.) Upper Dei Melnet Thursday, March 9, 1967 Fenton Couple's Son On Windmill Project, India The son of i rettr?i pastor and Ms ^iis. Srr. Mrs. F. C. Pnesl, iii iis >? for a cos^e c^ n:e£s US summer to &Ueru:i is* ircors shortage oi viisr iz ijiii. Ke is Dr. ErT^sr: C. FrsC. University ci Cizc^iii isscci- ite professor r- «f- so- fiaeeri^j *tc isl^si issic: ind cccstrcc: i l:v ccsi, sisyis, 'jsJ^eisre. :=.cco- Fred pcrtsd wisely ~.± Dr. JLD.S.S. SeruriTi:-: citisiii^ Institute ci Techr.c:^ it ICuraspar i=<! S.D. ili^^r. i the ?B£& AjriKlsirsl lii- versitY it LudiiiZi. Tte wiadsQl fcis lirs« sails which catch the -stad isd rotate on a vertical sh*£ — is coin- pared with the vindmills la the U. S., which hive roatizg blades on a hortjocial sfesA. The windmill designed in India his thin plywood sails and timboo poles for shafts. Dr. Preul's wiadmUl will allow the people of India to make their DR. H. C. PREUL own with materials available. It is coupled to a well pump and in addition to pumping water, it may also be able to generate small amounts of electric power for farmers there. Rev. and Mrs. Preul have four children. All are involved in teaching. Packed Gym Crowd Saw The Wildest Games Ever FENTON - The Sentral Community School was the scene of the most spectacular game ever played on its floor, Friday evening, March 3, and all who witnessed it were astonished at the stamina of the teams In the face of most amazing competition from the clowns. The girls' game was won by the alumni by a score of 44-43. High scorer for the ladies was Madonna Kramer with 20 points, and high scorer for the high school girls was Cheryl Berkland with 11 points. Half-time entertainment consisted of the sixth graders of Fenton playing the 6th graders of Lone Rock, with the Fenton teams being the champions of both &-minute games, the girls winning by 10-4 and the boys 6-2. During the men's game, which the boys of Sentral won over the alumni men by a score of 4039, it was difficult to determine on which side one of the men's players was playing. After being fouled out of the game, Don Shaw, resigned to the bench and proceeded to play for the opposing team. After they ignored him, he decided the referees were having a hard time, so proceeded to ref until he was literally carried off the floor, first by the Sentral boys, and then by the clowns. High scorer for the boys was Randy Bierle with 7 points and high scorer for the men was Jim Meyer with 10 points. As you can see, the score wasn't the important part of the night. The clowns were shooting free throws, paying off the referees and the opposing coach, decided the leaking roof In the office needed attention, went fishing and came back with real live fish and kept taunting young couples with candy kisses. They were revealed atthe first quarter of the men's game because they" were literally melting under their costumes. The clowns were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and Mrs. Victor Dreyer, and many pe'ople thought they were professionals. The Fairville Ladies Aid met in the church parlors March 2 with Mrs. Winston Kerber and Mrs. Melvin Lauck as hostesses. Rev. C. Bliss had opening devotions and the book of Amos was studied. The aid has purchased new communion clothes. A letter was read by the president from Susan Hantelman. The month of May was set for spring church cleaning. The Ladles Aid of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, met Wednesday afternoon March 1, at the church parlors with Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and Mrs. Ernest Votteler as hostesses. Rev. Rex Spicer gave the topic. It was voted to give $5 to the Lutheran Hour and decided to send a delegate from the congregation to the Lutheran Home Finding Society meeting at Ft. Dodge March 13. Plans were read of the L.W.M.L.'s 25th anniversary to be celebrated at the spring rally at Whittemore, April 25. Mrs. Larry Gade resigned as secretary of the aid and Mrs. James Dreyer was appointed to take her place for two months. Guests were Mabel Homann, Mrs. EUa Newel, Mrs. Esther Johnson, Mrs. Victor Dreyer, Mrs.DeLon Voetteler and Mrs. Marlin Wegener and Brenda, Mr. and Mrs. Garry Jansma and Grant, Spirit Lake, spent the weekend at the Lyndon Kerber home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber and Mr. and Mrs. Garry Jansma and Grant visited Sunday evening at the Charles Heidenwith home at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Bennle Berkland and family and Virtus Fedderson called Sunday evening at the Tom Manly home at Armstrong. Sunday dinner guests at the Alvin Potratz home for Bobby's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer, Algona, and Mrs. Adela Meyer, Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkl- land visited Sunday afternoon at the Stanley Berkland home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland and Tim spent Monday at Ames visiting Mr. and Mrs. Steve Berkland. Sunday visitors at the Ervin Ruhnke home for James's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DeWall, Mrs. Shirley Zumach and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Egland, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Whitish, Estherville and Mrs. Reka Prau- hauser, Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Egland, Estherville, visited at the Wm. geWall home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rusch, Whittemore, called Sunday:affer*' noon at the Fred Boettcher'home. '* Mr. and Mrs. Noel Westling and Lauri, Mankato, were weekend guests at the Kenneth Halverson home. Sunday dinner guests at the Halverson home were Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Nelson, Carrie Sue and Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Lee, Estherville, Marilyn Goltz, Blue Earth, and the Noel Westlings. Mrs. Dora Schwarzenbach spent the weekend with the Edmund Krapp family, Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson called Sunday evening at the Clyde Gilbaugh, Jr. home at Fairmont. MARCH 8 TO 15 DOLLAR STRETCHERS ^^^^^•^^O^^^^^N^^^^^^^ Your Favorite Special - GLASER'S CHIPPED BEEF. 3 pkgs. $1 TENDERSWEET Whole Kernel or Cream Style CORN 5 z $1 OSAGE PEACHES I 1 No. JVi cant SWANSDOWN CAKE MIXES 4 pkgs. $1 GOLDEN MAID OLEO 5 pkgs. $1 Elmer Krause 25th Wedding Anniversary FENTON -Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krause observed their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, March 5, at the Lone Rock Legion hall with around 125 in attendance. Sharon Krause was mistress of ceremonies. The program consisted of prayer, given by Rev. Harold Anderson, a duet by Mrs. Helen Wilberg and Mrs. Esther Jensen, a short reading by David Krause, a saw selection by Mrs. Ted Jensen, a reading "Especially Him" by Melba Krause, a flute solo by Cheryl Krause. The musical selections were accompanied by Mrs. John Johannesen. Mrs. John Alke, Lakota, and Mrs. Melba Kittleson, Swea City, poured punch. Mrs. Frank Long, Humboldt, and Mrs. Ervin Krause were at the coffee service. Mrs. Amey Cherland and Mrs. Odey Cherland cut the anniversary cake. Evelyn and Phyllis Cherland were in charge of the gifts. Janet Cherland registered the guests. Members of the Bible study group at the Blakjer church were kitchen hostesses. They were Mrs. Henry Looft, Mrs. John Johannesen, Mrs. Edna Johannesen, Mrs. Henry Jensen, Mrs. Otto Wilberg, Mrs. Esther Jensen, Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl, Mrs. Ray Bergum and Mrs. Ted Jensen. Mrs. Karl Karson, Minneapolis, and Robert Krause, their attendants at the wedding, were both present. The event was sponsored by their children, Sharon, a senior at Mankato State College, Cheryl, freshman at Mankato State College, Melba, freshman at Sentral High School, and David, a sixth grader in Lone Rock school. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kramer and family were Sunday evening dinner guests at Mrs. Kramer's -pareptsF r Mr"ana« Mrs. Milton-. MariowT Lone Rock. ^' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager and family, Mrs. Amanda Kern and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kern, Ames, were Sunday dinner guests at the Lloyd Kern home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hurlburt and Mike were Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. BertSeely, Whittemore. Mr, and Mrs. Herman Maahs visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jurgens, West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Olson and Bill Olson, Spencer, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Ruske. Norma Pixler, Spencer, started work at Lael's Beauty Shop. She will work full time. Mrs. Marlon Fuchsen, Whittemore, will work Wednesdays and Fridays at Lael's. The Future Teachers of America, Sentral chapter, held a Dog Patch sock hop party Thursday night, March 2, at the Sentral gym to raise money. There were around 90 senior high school students in attendance. Prizes were given for the best costumes. The couple's prize went to Hollee Krause and You Can Save $2.50 AGAIN This Week On New Spring Merchandise - CLIP AND USE Good for 50c • in cash on any Ladies Handbag $1.98 or over i» fewV te£'M£%$' E. J. BAILEY STORE Phone 889-2376 FENTON, IOWA Itqurafer | Published By The Upper Det Moines Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. RAY UTHOF News Editor Tom Struecker, girl's prize to Margo Busch and boy's prize to Ervin Root with Dale Eldridge as runner-up. Retired Fenton Man Dies FENTON - Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Wednesday at Blakjer Lutheran church at Seneca for Ole Pederssn, 83, of Fenton. Mr. Pederson died last Sunday at his home following a heart attack. Mr. Pedersen was born Feb. 18, 1894 at Stavanger, Norway, coming to Iowa in 1902. He was a retired farmer. He is survived by his wife and two children, Mrs. Emil Bleckwenn of Fenton, and Mrs. Dale Long of Menomonie, Wise. There are four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Burial was at North St. John's cemetery at Depew. Thomas Funeral Home of Fenton handled arrangements. Fentonifes Home From Vacations FENTON- Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hanson returned Sunday after a months vacation in Texas and other southern states. They spent two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley at Edinburg, Tex. They visited Mexico, Dallas, Corpus Christ! and saw President Johnson's ranch and his birth place. On the way home they stopped at Independence, Mo. and went through the Truman Library and Museum. They visited at the George Murphy home at Independence and at the Harlan Mueller home at Stanton, la. Mrs. Ida Dreyer returned from months vacation of which two weeks was spent on a tour with 41 other people to the Hawaiian Islands. She traveled by Western and Pan American airlines, to Honolulu, Oahu. She took a yacht cruise to Pearl Harbor, past the U.S.S. Arizona, U.S.S. Utah, visited the site of the Pacific War Memorial National Cemetery, also Ernie Pyle's grave. The second week she toured the outer islands. She saw the Sau Waimea Canyon (Grand Canyon of the Pacific). In California she visited the Alf Schmidts, Walt Ohms and Wm. Donahue families. She toured the Universal City Studio and saw part of the Virginian filmed for TV. She visited Disneyland . and Aerial Tramway ride in Palm Springs. In Honolulu she visited with the Joe Gowans, who was tour director there. - o Mary Lou Larson sang a solo part in the Tall Corn Festival concert given for the college students Saturday afternoon at Cedar Falls. Amos Finnestad and Marlys went to Alta Saturday and Mrs. Finnestad returned home with them after spending a week at the Roger Potratz home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Potratz are the parents of a 5 Ib. 12 oz. girl. She has been named Lynne Michel!:. The 47 Club met Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 28, at the home of Mrs. Marlin Wegener. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buscher, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Eldon Hantelman home. Monday dinner guests at the Wm. Hantelman home were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gllenke and Henry Glienke, Alta. Glen and Becky Hantelman and Kathy DeVan spent the weekend at Cedar Falls visiting Mary Hantelman. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton WoUte , MARCH PECIA SHOP In your HOME COMMUNITY Fenian Builneu & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 889-3281 Ftnlon, Iowa Dr. E. W, Ruske MNT1IT Office Phono II9-224I Residence II9-23S3 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Doalor T.V Saloi ft Service Phono 889-2713 FFK RIENDLY ON IOWA. and girls were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the Eugene Huskamp home. Mrs. Carrie Voigt, and Mrs. Olga Huskamp, Good Samaritan Home, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Eugene Huskamp home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast were afternoon callers. The Pops Concert will be held March 14 at Sentral High School gym. Mr. and Mrs. Don Frideres and family, Algona, visited Sunday afternoon at the Donald Hainzinger home. The annual meeting of the Fenton Co-op Telephone Co. was held Saturday, March 4, at the Fenton Community Center. Durwood Voigt was re-elected to serve as director. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan attended the 55th wedding anniversary open house of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl, Burt, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. Jandl were neighbors in Portland twp. Father Morris Krause, Carroll, spent the weekend at the Kenneth Krause home. Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Ryken, Lattimer, la. The men had worked together at the Standard Oil office in Mason City. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone for their cards, gifts and visits while I was ill. VivkieBruhn. 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We offer the following services at a reasonable cooperative price with the assurance of farmer owned quality control: * GRAIN BANKING * FELCO/STATEX FEED PROGRAM * GRINDING & MIXING •• ^DELIVERY./ BULK & BAGGED So....turn them over to us and be assured of fair cooperative prices with no cut in quality. STOP IN SOON! i OUR DIUN HARDWARE! ev» toe IAMIIY luvici iiont FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR BUTTERNUT COFFEE... lib. can 69c JACK SPRAT OLEO 5lbs. 89c HEINZ CATSUP 2 \V, MANDARIN ORANGES 11 oz, cans KRAFT'S GRAPE JAM 69c 2 18 oz, |an KRAFT'S PHILADEPHIA CREAM CHEESE 2 pV 9 ;: 59c IDAHO BELLE - 3</4 oz. pkgi, Thur«day, Friday, Saturday Special* We Give GIFT HOUSE STAMPS with all chased, either at the door or picked up by our truck- PLEASE INQUIRE I MONARCH FRUIT COCKTAIL No, 303 cant 4 for 89c INSTANT POTATO FLAKES. ... 3 for 2k KRAFT'S MINIATURE MARSHMALLOWS 10% oz. pkg. 19c PRIEBE'S WAGNER'S DRINK ORANGE-GRAPEFRUIT STORE IH 4 cans t4 I 32 01. yi.i FENTON

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