The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1967 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 13, 1967
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1 Published By The Upper Des Moines | Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa I *» MRS. RAY UTHOF News Editor fenfon JULY 13,1V67 I I I J Bailey Store In Fenton Sold To Pete Saxton Announcement was made last week that the Bailey Store, established G9 years ago by Frank Bailej, and run lor the past 21 years by John and Winifred Bailey, has been sold to Pete Saxton, lifelong resident of Fenton, and a son of Mrs. Florence Saxton. The change is to become effective Monday, July 17. Under the name of Pete's Market the business will continue handling groceries and shelf dry goods. The Bailey store was established in Fenton two years before the Town of Fenton was established, and run by John Bailey's father, Frank. In 1946 John and his wife took over the ownership, after the former returned from military service, and they have run the business for the past 21 years. The Baileys have made no immediate plans for the future. The real estate was included in the sale. ville. July 4th dinner guests at the Harold Eimers home were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Votteler, Denise and Lori, Mrs. Lorraine Berkland, Cheryl and Dennis, Fort Dodge, Janet Hammerstrom, Shirley Nelson, Armstrong, and Ron Brekke, Windsor, New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnested and Marlys and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Finnested and Craig spent Sunday at the Roger Potratz home at Alta. Craig remained for a visit at the Potratz home. July 22 Filing Deadline Fenton Corn-Bean Contest July 22 is the deadline for entering the annual Corn i Soybean Yield Contest, being sponsored b;. the Fenton Community Club. There are four entries to date: Clarence Arbogast of Fenton, Roger Jensen of Lone Rock, who was the winner for 19CG, Eugene Huskamp of Ringsted, and Gerald Voigt of Fenton. The same rules, regulations and awards as last year will apph to this year's entries. Entry applications ma}' be made at the First Trust i Savings office in Fenton, the Fenton Co-Op Elevator, or with Arnold Hansen of the Community Club. t'POX THE STREETS LANES. U'FN'l'ES. SIDEWALKS ALLEYS fil', IDG EP HIGHWAYS EASE- MFVTS \ND OTHER Pl'IlLIC H'-NCES IN THE TOWN OF FENT^N^?. n -ION E BV PL C I A P B < Lf A§5 DlVfrflBuYlON OF TELEVISION IMl'I rsF"5 -\ND TELEVISION ENERGY AND FREQUENCY MOD- VI ATF.D SOVND SIGNALS TO THE INHABITANTS OF SAID TOWN FOR A PERIOD OF TWENTY FIVE S.V YEAHS AND RE- GVLATINC, THE SAME AND PROVIDING TERMS AND CONDIT OS'S OF SAID FRANCHISE PROVIDING PENALTIES ERF.OF "V THE CITY TOWN OF Thursday, July 13, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-3 c6'r\cn. FENTON Siv!;<T ! .v,' •'. : '.,'. •. OF' In THE li'.c ies Aid At Fenton W.S.C.S. Hears Reports Of Students FENTON - W.S.C.S. of the Methodist Church met Thursday at the church parlors. Hostesses were Mrs. Charles Lovejoy, Mrs. Dennis Henriksen, and Mrs. Art Kabrick. Mrs. Clarence Yager gave the lesson and Mrs. Jack Gerhart the worship. Margo Rusch and Mary Ellen Ditsworth gave their reports on the Christian School of Missions they attended at Morningside, Sioux City. - o - A number of Fenton ladies attended the shower for Marilyn Goltz, Blue Earth, bride-to-be of Merle Halverson at Blakjer Church, Seneca, Friday evening. Julie and Jeff Stucki have completed a 2 week vacation with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stucki and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber. They returned to their home at Ogden with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki after the 4th. Mrs. Clara Berkland, Estherville, spent July 4 at the Ernest Berkland home. Mr. and Mrs, ^ :•; 3== :•: ^ :•: ^ x s^ HI Card of Thanks-' We sincerely wish to thank all our many friends and relatives for their many cards, gifts and visits to Randy while he was in the hospital. It was really appreciated and it made his stay more enjoyable. Thanks again. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ulses, Fenton. (51-52) Ernest Berkland and Mrs. Clara Berklaud '.vere July 4 supper guests at the Steve Berkland home. Mrs. Emil Person, St. Petersburg, Fla., is spending several weeks at the Kenneth Krause home and with other friends and relatives. Mrs. Ella Newel spent July 4 at the Richard McCarty home, Hardy, and returned home Sunday. Jason Krough son of the James Kroughs, Valinda, Calif., flew to Omaha June 2a where he was met by his grandparents, the Fred Kroughs. He is going to spend the summer with his grandparents at Estherville and Mrs. Laurenetta Miller. Mrs. Carmen Bell ar,d family, Waterloo, Mrs. Laurenetta Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seeley, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Seeley, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Triplett, Mrs. Alvina Huff, Minneapolis, Mrs. Clara Seeley and Jason Krough spent the 4th at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Bell and family returned to Waterloo Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber spent July 4-5 at the Ervin Klausske home, St. James, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. C. C. Gushing, Fairmont. Sunday evening guests at the Ray Utliof home for Cheryl's 9th birthday and Cindy Flint's 5th birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Flint and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Uthof and family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser. Penny Hurlburt, daughter of the Junior Hurlburts, spent the weekend at the Don Hurlburt and Ray Uthof homes while her parents were on vacation, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eimers and family, and Mrs. Wm. Eimers were Sunday evening callers at the Hans Hanson home, Esther- Fenton Names Committees FENTON - The Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran Church met Wednesday at the church parlors. Hostesses were Mrs. Wm. Eimers, Mrs. Harold Eimers and Mrs. Ida Dreyer. Guests were Mrs. Ella Waite, Mrs. Walt Peril, Mrs. Reuben Luedtke, Mrs. Rose Krause, Mrs. Freda Siems, Mrs. Ralph Walker, Whittemore, and Mrs. Roger Dreyer, Sioux City. Mrs. Dick Jentz gave the topic "Being a Christian in our Tasks." The president appointed several committees. The telephone committee will be Mrs. Eldon Hantelman, chairman, Mrs.Dar- rell Dreyer, Mrs. Ervin Krause, Mrs. Amos Finnested, and Mrs. Clarence Wegener. The Christmas program committee will be Mrs. Harold Eimers, chairman, Mrs. Franklin Rusch, and Mrs. Victor Struecker. A committee was appointed for packing clothing for overseas, Mrs. Bennie Berkland, chairman, Mrs. Emil Biurstedt, Mrs. Willard Menz and Mrs. Ernest Fischer. The next meeting will be a pot luck picnic with the following hostesses, Mrs. Allan Bollinger, Mrs. Ervin Krause, Mrs. Lena Jentz, Mrs. John Waite and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman. The program committee will be Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, Mrs. Amos Finnested and Mrs. Lloyd Kern. - o - For Your Dancing & Listening Pleasure SATURDAY NITE, JULY 15 THE EXCITERS WEDNESDAY NITE, JULY 19 EDDIE and BONNIE IN CASE OF RAIN - DANCING INSIC^ BERNIE'S BEER GARDEN FENTON, IOWA NOW SERVING YOUR FAVORITE COCKTAILS Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DeWall atlended a family reunion at Luverne, Minn. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer and family spent the weekend at the James Ryken home, Latimer. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schleivisiled Sunday wilh Mrs. Edwin Joslen, Klemme, and briefly with Mrs. Metta Buckley, Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hansen and boys and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley were Sunday dinner guests at the Adolph Hanson home. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hanson and family, Lake Crystal, Minn. Herman Gappa, Mr. and Mrs. M. T, Juhl, Lake Crystal, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gappa were Thursday afternoon and supper guests at the Adolph Hanson home. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnested and Marlys recently visited at the Mark Urbick home at Minneapolis. Marlys remained there for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman spent several days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. J. Franklin at Menlo. Mrs. Edna Mueller, Mrs. Lena Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and family, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jentz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hanna and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Jentz and family, Burt, and Rev. and Mrs. Robert Barker, Omaha, Neb., attended a Wolfgram reunion at the Harvey Higley home Sunday. The gathering was also for Deanne Higley who has enlisted in the Air Force. Recent Sunday dinner guests in the Lydon Kerber home were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kerber, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feye, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Feye and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wichmann and family, Ruthven, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jansma and Grant, Spirit Lake. Monday evening dinner guests at the Lyndon Kerber home were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kerber, Mr. and Mrs. John Kerber, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Kerber and family, Mr. andMrs.Er- vin Borchardt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kerber and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jansman and Grant and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bysinger. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kerber, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber enjoyed a picnic at Okoboji Sunday. Mr. andMrs. Jerome Lindquist and family, Minneapolis, spent the weekend at the Ervin Votteler home. Mr. Lindquist is Mrs. Votteler's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod were Thursday evening dinner guests at the Lloyd Cornelius home, Graettinger. Mrs. Walt Pert! entertained a group of ladies at cards Thursday. Prizes went to Mrs. Herman Maalis, Mrs. Carl Beck and Mrs. Ella Waite. Sunday picnic guests at the Ed Bruhn home were Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Heine and family, Mr. andMrs. L. H. Welir- spann, Mrs. Martin Hantelman, Salina Hantelman, Pordeprone, Italy, and Melinda Hantelman, Clinton. Mr, and Mrs. Normaji Bollinger and girls were Friday evening callers at the Howard Bruhn home. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Nelson, Phoenix, Ariz., aiv visiting friends and relatives in the Fenton and Ringsted area. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson visited Sunday at the Elmer Lee home, Estherville. Cable T-V Up In Fenton; Gas Pipeline In FENTON - Two major construction projects were in progress last week in Fenton. The new cable TV antenna was erected at the south edge of Fenton, giving Fenton a high point at the south end of town to match the Co-Op elevator structure at the north end (altho considerably slimmer in appearance). The North Central Public Service Co. gas pipeline was also being run into Ffinton along the Lone Rock road, last week, by a construction crew. It was understood that Ringsted has also indicated interest in a possible cable TV setup. The Fenton construction is being handled and managed by Gene .. Faulstlch ot Algona. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" Legal Notice COMMUNITY TELEVISION FRANCHISE ORDINANCE NO. 42 •.-ertonv..-'^^ .ir.ri obscrv- :-e cor.dit HM'.S .r.-.d yeserva- L maiUM spei-n ic-d the right "rar.ti'd M Fei-ion (.Vim- TV Ciirnivuv. .1 on orc.ini7crt '..i-rii'i me the o; low.i '.if suc- ;ir,d assip:'. 1 ' n'n ir.alter in as the ' Ootv.pai'.s the .•red m.iirtam. ar.d opetate tnbiitiiir. t.K-llities. iticludinc poles. wi:e and appurtenances and addl- tior.s thereto in umk". over .V.iinE. across and upon Ilir streets avenues sidewalks aMevs nudges, easements :or utility mst.iUal ions ai.'d I'tliei puhiii- places ni the Tow r. nt' Fentnn and subsequent addlllons thereto tor the purpose nl transmission and distribution of television impulses and television ener.ny in accordance with the laws and regulations ot the Tuned States of America and the State ol Iowa, and the Ordinances and regulations o! the town of Fenton. for a period of fventv-nve years tollowing the fullillment of Section 18 herein Section '2 Tile poles used for the Company's Distribution system shall be those erected and maintained bv the Northwestern Dell Telephone Company, or Iowa Eleelric Light & Power when and where practicable. providing mutually salislaetory rental agreements can be entered into with said Company. Section 3 Construction and maintenance of the transmission dis- tiibution system, including house connections', shall be in accordance with the provisions of the National Electrical Safety Code, prepared by the National Bureau of Standards, the National Eleetrical Code of the National Board o( Fire Underwriters and such applicable ordinances and regulations of the Town of Fenlon affecting installation winch mav be presently in effect or may be ' enacted by the Town Council of the Town of Fenton. Section 4 In the maintenance ana operation of its television, transmission and distribution system In the streets, alleys and other public places, and in the course of any new construction or addition to its facilities, the Company shall proceed so as to cause the least possible inconvenience to the general public, any opening or obstruction in the streets or other public places, made by the Company in the course of its operations, shall be guarded and protected at all times by the placement of adequate barriers, fences, or boardings, the bounds of which during periods of dusk and darkness shall be clearly designated by red warning lights. r B ,SV PAINT IT NOW OUTSIDE WHITE SPECIA >5»K X»X *«< >MK •*»*: MK *•* >SKOa««SIB< XMO&X XX*. X»K XtKXKK JWK X«ft| W /WW>- SV*V*- *-ew*-* rvn-> .-.-- • • -. £ _ _ _ « ^ .^^ ^ m m »...' WE THANK YOU! 9 For the many, many years of fine, friendly pat- jj ronage. jj As of July 17 our store comes under the owner- | ship and management of Pete Saxton, a lifelong | resident of the Fenton area. The same fine quality x of grocery products will continue under the new | ownership, and shelf dry goods. | We have appreciated your confidence through * the years, and sincerely invite you to give your j continued patronage to the new owner and man- I ager, who will operate under the name of PETE S MARKET. Winifred and John Bailey S STORE - FENTON, IOWA 3 VjaBftaW'^'^a*® 11 ^^ °UTSIDE WHITE for AND HOME ° r ony exterior »urfa«» FH « »-! \ A brilliant white finish . . . ideal for houses, farm and ranch buildings. fences etc. Buy il now at a big saving. GAL STOEBER HARDWARE OUR OWN HARDWARE \\l-rr.c\-ci tne Company shall taki up or disturb any pavement. sitle\valk. nr nthtr improvement of any street, avenue, alley, or other public place the same shall be rc- pi.iccd and the surface restored in ,i> p.-nd condition as helote entry within imiv-eipht i48' hours after completion 'ot the Company's work. I'pnr, the lailurc ol the Company 10 rn.ikc Fuch restoration within •iiu-l'. time nr to begin such re- stni.itinn within r.ich time, if the restoration cannot he made within sue' 1 - lime or upon the Company's delay ol more than twenty-four 2.;. 'hours m the continuation of a 'c'lni.itinn begun, the Town may -oive upon tlie Company notice of il-o s intent to cause the rc- sio'.itior. In he marie and; unless i'-i Company within twenty-four ,2i> hours alter receipt of such • iniice hecn-.s or resumes the restoration, the Town niav cause the p:ope: vestnrallnn tn he made. •.iicludini: the 01 excess rinl and the expense of same shall !H' p.iic! b\ tr.e Company upon demand hy the Town •Pii shall at all times ci'iup! 1 . witr, -my and all rules and •tc-i'ation" which the Town has in.ide .M m.r. m.iko .ippl.Mng to the ruhhc gcnei.illv with lelerencc to the removal of replacement of I'.ucments and to excavations in "Herts and other public places, not mi i.nM.-tcnt with their use for the purpose? contemplated in this Oidm.ince Section 3 The Company shall maintain its attachments on poles thai the Town nnw uses, or has been authorized by other franchises : nw in mice or hereafter enacted tn use. m such manner that it will t; 1 interlore -^ill' use nf such pole? Sect inn 0 The Company shall have the right tn prescribe reasonable service rules and regulations for the conduct 01 its business not inconsistent with the provisions of this Ordinance and a copy of such service rules and regulations shall be kept on file at all times with the Town Clerk Section 7 All rates and charges exacted by the Company shall be fair, reasonable and just. Section 8 The Company's distribution system shall conform to the requirements ol the Federal Communications Commission, particularly with respect to treedom from spurious radiation Section P. The antenna and receiving equipment shall be installed and maintained so as to give a reasonably noise-free picture on each channel. Section 10. The installation and maintenance of equipment shall be such that no objectionable inter- modulation distortion will occur Section 11. In the event of the failure of the Company to render community television service to the Town of Fenton. Iowa, and the inhabitants thereof, as contemplated and provided for by this Ordinance, within a period ol one year from the effective date ol this 'Ordinance, the Town Council shall have the right, on reasonable notice to the Company, to declare this Ordinance and the rights :mci franchise granted thereunder forfeited, provided, however, failure o complv with any of the terms of this 'ordinance by reason of causes beyond the reasonable control nl the company, which could not be anticipated at the time of the acceptance of its terms by the Company shall not be sufficient ground to declare a forlclUire Section 12. The Company shall indemnify and hold the Town harmless from any and all actions, causes of action or damage caused by the Company's own wires and fixtures, and the'Town shall hold the Comp- anv harmless from any and aj! actions, causes of action or damage caused by the placing of the Town s wires or' appurtenances upon the poles of the Company. Proper regard shall be given to all existing safety rules governing construction and maintenance in effect at tnc time of construction. Section 13. The Company shall ci-ant to the Town, joint use ol any and all poles owned by It for any proper municipal purpose acceptable to the company and under such arrangements as may be mutually agreed upon, insofar as may be done without interfering with the free use and enjoyment of the Company's own wires and fixtures, and the Town shall hold the Comp- nnv harmless from any and all ac- tiu':i» causes of action or damage caused by the placing of the Town s wires or appurtenances upon the poles of the Company. Proper regard shall be given to all existing Safety lules governing construction and maintenance in effect at tne time ol construction. Section U. Upon termination or forfeiture of this Franchise in accordance with any of its terms, the Companv shall, within a reasonable time, remove its cables, wires, and appliances from the Town streets, lanes, avenues, sidewalks, alleys, bridges, highways, and other public places within the Town and subsequent additions thereto. Section 15 This ordinance shall in no way require the Town or any of the inhabitants thereol to use the service provided by the Comp- anv. but the same shall be entirely voluntary and the Town and the inhabitants thereof may or may not avail themselves ol this service as they see fit. „ Section 16. The Company shall piovide at least three networks, provided satisfactory reception of said networks is available in the Section 17. This Ordinance shall in no way affect exiting television aerials or antennas, or any rights thereto, of the inhabitants of the Town , „ Section 18. This Ordinance shall take eltcvt and be in force from and after its passage by the Town Council and the acceptance ol its terms by the Company and its publication in an official news- P 'r>ASSED. ADOPTED and APPROVED this 3rd day of July. HltiV. W. W. Jolley. Mayor Attest. Paul W. Eigler. Clerk (Published Thursday. July 13. in Ihr Algona ilowai Upper Des Muuii'? - Fenton scctioni. NOTICE TO FENTON RESIDENTS: Aerial insect spraying will take place early Monday morning, July 17, if weather permits. If postponed, spraying will be done as soon after July 17 as possible. Paul Eigler, Town Clerk ADDITIONS THERETO IN. UNDER. OVER. ALONG. ACROSS AND KEEP ENGINES CLEANER WITH "PRECISION-ENGINEERED" FILTERS Oil. air and fuel filters, available at your local Keif" ^tatex Cooperative, are a! 1 th<.muchly field and laboratory tu-.-ted. They are precision engineered f. mea the nine! specifications of all ivpes "i equipment. Special impregnated, special cured filter papers give YOU ton filtering efficiency and best Complete Line VMU need a filter for your '. your truck or passenger s..'nie other engine on your •_-et '.he highest quality con- \Vhether tractor . . oar ...'•!• struction and best performance when you get it at your local Felco/Statex Cooperative. The oil. air and fuel filters available at your Kelco. Statex Cooperative are all of the latest design to fit any requirement. High (Jualily at Savings With oil. air ami fuel filters from your local Kelco Statex Cooperative, you get the advantage of farmer-owned quality control . . . with the margins returned to farmer-o\vm>r-users as patronage savings. Stop In Soon. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR

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