The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1967 · Page 1
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i APRIL 6, 1967 2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moine* Thursday, April 6, 1967 300 View Science Fair Exhibits At Sentral Hi FENTON - Around 300 attended the third Science Fair at the Sentral gym, Friday evening, March 31. Those winning blue superior ribbons were Douglas Nyman, Bruce Gerhart, Bob Bierle, Ross Johnson, David Marlow, Lenny Hassel, Jane Bollig, Judy Bollig, Jolene Gangsted, Paula Wiener, Owen Kerber, Bob Krause, Mary Ellen Ditsworth, Teresa Voigt, Rita Luedtke, Bill Hassel, Ervin Root, Rick Shaw, Candace V'audt, Jannelle Newbrough. Those winning red excellent ribbons were Melba Krause, Linda Sunde, Janet Schadendorf, David Brekke, Danny Kennedy, Mark Voigt, Kathy Jensen, Jerome Bailey, Gregory Jones, Lynette Johnson, Peggy Kaufmann, Kevin Brace, Gary Laabs, Darrell Nyman, John Shaw, Jean Hammerstrom, Linda Wegener, Mike Jackson, Roger Hansen, Carl Priebe, Becky Jensen, Jim Bollig, Steve Schlei, Jim Sullivan, Gene Hartmann, Marlin Berkland, Sandra Seegebarth, Susan Blanchard, Brian Johnson, Tom Stniecker, Gary Rath, Steve Petersen. Those winning white "good" ribbons were Robert Dreyer, Diane L'thof, Jim Breese, Rick/ Johanneson, Diane Luedtke, De- Ion Jentz, John Bormann, Terri Voirt, Rhonda Kern, Crur Finnestad, .Allan Lauck, Linda Doocy, Sandra Hantelman, Sharon Sanders, Everett Ruhnke, Diana Mills, Jim Geitzenauer, Ken Marlow, Nancy Geitzenauer, Mary Dawn Eldridge, Mary Ohnemus, Theresa Kennedy, Cindy Lockwood, James Voigt, Arlene Nyman and Jane Wichtendahl. Judges were Darold Wolff, Waverly, and Gar,- Brown, Estherville. The Town and Countrv RAINY SEASON WOES? Need Tinsmithing Work Done ? Eave Spouts Need Replacing ? Gutters Failing Apart ? JUST TO REMIND YOU THAT WE OPERATE A COMPLETE TINSMITH SERVICE. McFall Plumbing - Heating - Appliance In Friendly Fenton works best in all rug-shampoo machines! Nothing else cleans rugs so beautifully or easily—in any machine! A gallon cleans 650 sq. ft. (under 1 e per sq. ft.) Leaves nap open and fluffy, even in worn entry areas. Wall-to-wall, or just spots or traffic paths. Revives colors (in upholstery, tool). Safe I No soap. So no residue. Vac removes dried foam containing all the soil. you may RENT ELECTRIC SHAMPOOER FOR $1 with purchase of Blue Lustre at _ Sfoeber Hardware _ Jfewtmt * Published By The Upper Des Moines * I Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa • | MRS. RAY UTHOF • | • News Editor • Woman's Club donated the money for the judges. - o - Marvin Bellinger took Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hengel, Mrs. Ronald Boeck, Amboy, Minn., Mrs. Ella Schattschneider, and Mrs. Allen Bellinger to Des Moines Wednesday to visit Arthur Hengel, a patient at Veterans hospital, Des Moines. Sunday Gene Schattschneider took Mrs. Ella Schattschneider, Darlene Schattschneider and Mrs. Beverly Koepke to visit Art Hengel. They \vere Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Pitman, Des Moines. Mrs. Schattschneider stayed and Mrs. Bellinger returned home. Mr."and Mrs. Darold Wolff, Waverly, were weekend guests at the Clayton Wolff home. Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Wayne Boettcher home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Finnestad and Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seeley and family, Spirit Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Mueller and family, Algona. Mrs. Norman Finnestad and Mrs. John Waite attended the spring board meeting of the zone L.W.M.L. at Trinity Lutheran church, Algona. Guests at the John Geitzenauer home Monday for Mr. Geitzenauer's 91st birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer and Nancy, Lori Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Geitzenauer, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Finnestad and Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Ed George and Virgil, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin George and family, Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Loss, Algona. Mrs. James Prather, Spencer, and Kay Geitzenauer were afternoon callers. Other friends and relatives stopped in the afternoon to wish Mr. Geitzenauer a happy birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz of Fenton held a dinner Sunday, March 26, to recognize the confirmation of their grandson, Leslie Valentine, at the First Presbyterian church, Omaha, Nebr., on Palm Sunday. Present were Leslie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Valentine of Omaha and his church sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tietz, Spirit Lake, and their family, Mr. and Mrs. Holland Watson and family of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gramenz, Springfield, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bruns and family, Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Watson and family, Moline, 111., and Mrs. Lydia Hintz, Pomeroy. Mr. and Mrs.DouglasGoke and Dennis, Milwaukee, spent the Easter weekend at the Reuben Luedtke home. John Luedtke spent his Easter vacation at the home ofhisparents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Luedtke. Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Reuben Luedtke home were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dreyer and family, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Goke and Dennis. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Ernest Luedtke and Alice. Mrs. Wm. Jentz spent Easter Sunday at the C. L. Weaver home at Ocheyedan. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hainzinger entertained their card club Sunday night. High prize for ladies were to Mrs. Bernard Kramer and low to Mrs. Kenneth Krause. High prize for men went to Bernard Kramer and low to LeRoy Jacobsen. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Duncan and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Herbert Adams home, Algona. with purchase of 500 IBS. GOLDEN SUN PJG,CALFOR CHICK STARTER FEED your choice of • A Bright Orange Poplin Cap or a 1 Lb. Box Lydia Darrah Chocolates _l with 1 TON PURCHASE get a FREE BRIGHT ORANGE POPLIN JACKET Offer Good Thru May 13 FENTON PRODUCE Completes Telephone Course FENTON - Leroy E. Jacobsen of Fenton, manager of Fenton Co-op Telephone Company, recently completed a special course of study of the function, operation, testing and maintenance of Automatic dial telephone exchanges. The class - which included trainees from all parts of the United States was conducted at the training center of the Automatic Electric Company, one of the world's leading manufacturers of telephone and communication equipment. The training center is located in the company's headquarters at Norihlake, fllir.;is, a suburb of Chicago. Jacobsen has been with the telephone company three years. He is a graduate of Ringsted High School, and a U. S. Army veteran, serving from 1960 to 1962 and attaining the rank of sergeant, fourth-class. Jacobsen and his wife the former Sheryl Solberg of Fairmont, Minn, have two children, Kevin 5, and Kimberly, five months. LLOYD SUNDE Anybody Want To Build A New Postoffice? FENTON - The Post Office Department is seeking bids to build and lease a potential new post office at Fenton. Under the Department's Lease Construction program, a site, if selected within the immediate established business district would be assigned to the successful bidder, who would purchase the property, construct the building according to departmental specifications, and lease it to the Post Office Department for a basic period of 5 years, with options to renew the lease for an additional 6 years. The Department's capital investment would be limited only to postal equipment. The building would remain under private ownership with the owner paying local real estate taxes. Bidding documents may be obtained from Fred B. Agnew, Regional Real Estate Officer, Room 20-A Main Post Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa 50318. The Real Estate Officer will supply bidding forms, building specification, lease provisions and other information. Bids must be submitted to the Real Estate Officer by May 5, 1967. In the meantime, the Post Office department has also requested and received submission of a proposal for remodeling and rearrangement of the present post office, which would include new heating and air conditioning equipment and other major changes in the present structure, conforming to the department's specifications. School Bonds Up For Vote On April 18 FENTON - A $165,000 bond issue proposal \vill be submitted to voters in the Sentral Commuuitv School District April 18. Funds from the bond issue would finance a high school addition plus improvements and remodeling of the present high school building. The Sentral district covers about 139 square miles in Kossuth and Palo Alto counties, and takes in the communities of Fenton, Lone Rock and Seneca. The high school is located between Lone Rock and Fenton. If the measure is approved by voters, the bonds would be retired over a 20-year period. Approval of tiie bond issue would result in a 1.36 - mill tax increase in the district according to Supt. D. G. Keoppel. Plans call for converting the present industrial arts classroom and shop into separate band and vocal rooms. The present music office and instrument storage space is to be remodeled into a guidance office. The proposed addition, planned for the south side of the present ni 5 R school, would contain a shower room, industrial education classroom and shop, an art room and storage space which could be used as a bus repair shop. - o - Rev. C. L. Bliss, Mrs. Wm. Bruhn and Mrs. David Berkland attended the Sunday School rally at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Whittemore, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Elmers attended the Iowa Sports Show at Veterans Auditorium, Des Moines, Thursday. Mary Dawn Eldridge was an overnight guest of Nancy Geitzenauer Monday night. Sunday dinner guests at the Wm. Wiener home were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Wiener, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Iverson, Spencer, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hainzinger and family. Sunday afternoon guests at the Mrs. Martha Mueller home for her 88th birthday were Rev. and Mrs. Rex Spicer and family, Kathy DeVan, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and family, Lester Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and family, Mrs. Clara Mueller and Everett Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Henriksen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Wiener have moved from California to the house vacated by John Schallin. Mrs. Lena Jentz returned after spending three weeks with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Haven at Petersburg, Va. Mrs. Edna Mueller and Mrs. Lena Jentz helped Mrs. Ida Simmons, Fairmont, celebrate her birthday Saturday. Mrs. Edna Mueller, Mrs. Lenz Jentz, Mrs. Ida Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Higley were Sunday dinner guests at the Higley's daughters, Diane and Judy, Minneapolis. Mrs. Ervin Borcliardt had a coffee party Wednesday morning. Guests were Mrs. Victor Struecker and Julie, Mrs. Lyndon Kerber, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. Roger Dreyer and children, and Mrs. Darrell Dreyer. Mr. arid Mrs. Alfred Schmidt and Allan, Boron, Calif., and their daughter, Mrs. Jess Minton, Vandenburg, Calif., were house guests at the home of Mrs. Ida Dreyer. They visited with Mrs. Schmidt's mother, Mrs. Minnie Dreyer at Holy Family hospital, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Roger Dreyer and chuu- ren and Mrs. Ida Dreyer visited Mr. and Mrs. Ewoldt Kohlwes and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jacobs and children at Austin, Minn, recently. Friday evening guests at the Clayton Wolff home were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Brown, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones, Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rice. MORE COMFORT PER DOLLAR TRACTOR CAB THAN ANY OTHER TRACTOR CAB MADE $198.50 fob See Them at Kitchen & Bath WEISBROD IMPLEMENT - Fenton SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sund* Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING. SERVICE, For Building • R«mod«j|ng PHONE 889-2281 Fenlon, Iowa Dr. E. W. Ruske DCNTtST Offiet Phont 889-2248 R«ild«nc» 889-2353 Finton, Iowa FENTON DRUG . r R.C.A. D«al«r T-V Salts * Strvle* Priori. 889-2713 FRIENDLY FENTON, IOWA •fotin, fncuntG ilbEEpfi TINTING BASE SATIN ENAMEL The Original "Homogenized" Paint No mixing, stirring or thinning No runs, drips or spatters — no mess to clean up Outstanding durability — washes like porcelain Flows smoothly, evenly — levels beautifully Minimum identifiable odor Choice of 1,001 colors NOW ONLY deeplones slightly higher FENTON LUMBER Phone 889-2881 Fenton, Iowa Dale F. Under, who farms 360 acres near Stanton, Iowa, raises around 800 hogs per year on a Felco/Statex Feeding Program. He has been a Felco/Statex feeder for eight years. PIGS EAT FEED EARLIER WHEN IT'S NEW FELCO/STATEX PIG PRE-STARTER The earlier you get those new little pigs to eating dry feed the better. It's easier on the sow and starts the pig on its way to market at a faster rate. New Felco/Statex Sweet Pig Pre-Starter 250 has been introduced to be put before little pigs at 5 days of age . . . and to be fed up to 10 pounds. Makes Transition Easy Your local Felco/Statex Cooperative now offers New Felco/Statex Sweet Pig Pre-Starter 250 to help make the transition from sow's milk to dry feed faster and easier. It includes the ingredients a little pig's digestive system is set up to handle.Lactose (milk sugar), Casein (milk protein), animal fat and rolled oats are included. The additive Aureo SP 250 is present in adequate amounts to prevent scours. And, the new butter- milk flavor makes them want to dig right in. Product of Research The new Felco/Statex hog feed formula, Sweet Pig Pre-Starter 250, is another outcome of years ahead swine research. It represents part of what keeps the Felco/Statex Hog Feeding Program the number one choice in most of the areas where it is available. Advance in Farming Your local Felco/Statex Cooperative is continually helping you advance in farming by providing the latest, most beneficial farm supplies available. And they're doing this with the big advantage of farmer-owned quality control ... and the return of all margins to the farmer-owner-user as patronage savings. Stop in Soon FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR

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