The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1967 · Page 16
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FSFi ®h* ifettfam lUiwnrltt [Sky IHM ••••«• •••••• 4 ^^^ «^^ Fenton Election To Pick All New Candidates FENTON - It will be a "New Deal" for Fenton, after the forthcoming municipal election, to be held Nov. 7. That is, a new deal insofar as members of the town council and mayor. With the deadline for filing reached, not a single member of the incumbent council filed for reelection, and although there are two candidates for mayor, neither is the incumbent. Dr. W. W. Jolley, who has been serving as mayor, is not a candidate for reelection, either. Candidates for mayor are Arnold Hansen and Marion Stucki, both well-known residents of Fenton. Hansen has been a councilman. Candidates for the town council are Roger Ulses, Marcus Saxton and Leroy Jacobsen. With five to be elected, this means that two vacancies will have to be filled by write-ins, which always makes things more interesting. Incumbent members of the town council are Hansen, George Jorgenson, Robert Mitchell, Peter Koenck and Merle Voigt. Wilfred Stoeber is a candidate for reelection as park commissioner, to serve a six-year term. 4-H Clubs At Fenfon Elect New Officers FENTON - The Fenton Pro- gressor 4-H Club met Thursday evening, Oct. 12, at the Fenton Community hall with 21 members and four visitors present. Election of officers was held with the following be elected: president, Bob Bierle; vice president, Ted Pompe; secretary, Gary Laabs; treasurer, David Voigt j reporter, Lynette Johnson; telephone committee, Lee Dreyer and Wayne Gerhart. Darlene Uthof gave a talk on manners. Lunch was served by the hosts, Max Borchardt and David Voigt. - o - The Fenton Forwards girls 4-H Club met Monday evening with Karen Jentz as hostess. A talk of choosing and buying towels and sheets was given by Debbie Bierle and a talk on color schemes was given by Sandra Seegebarth. A demonstration on the care of floors was given by Sandra Seegebarth and a demonstration on slips and slip covering was given by Evelyn Bierstedt. Election of officers was held with the following officers being elected: Diana Mills, president; Debbie Bierle, vice president; Evelyn Bierstedt, secretary; Barbara Baxter, treasurer; Susan Bierle, historian; Jean Pompe, photographer; Sherry Boettcher and Vicki Dreyer, recreation and music; Kay Dreyer, reporter; Julie Wegener, Donna Baxter and Cheryl Lieb, telephone committee. Cheryl Lieb joined the club as a new member. - o The Friendly Neighbor Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. E. Laage with fifteen members and two guests present. Mrs. Robert Krause and Mrs. Nina Schwartz were the club's guests. Mrs. Edward Meyer gave four readings entitled "Ma's Old Galvanized Wash Tub", "Juvenile or Parental De- POLAR ANTI-FREEZER '1.49 * gallon in case lots (6 gals.) WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON llnquency", "A Patrolman's Experiences", and "Autumn Leaves." Mrs. Herschel Hartman and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer showed a film entitled "The Truth and Packaging Law." Mrs. Reuben Luedtke and Mrs. Elsie Dreyer gave a talk on laundry methods. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser were Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Uthof home. Mrs. Karl Schwartz, Rockwell City, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. The circle of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Wm. DeWall. Mrs. Oscar Sorenson gave devotions and Mrs. Melvin Berkland gave the lesson. Guests were Mrs. Shirley Zumach, Mrs. Dale Voigt, Mrs. Art Voigt and Mrs. Oliver Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mortensen and family, Millard, Nebr., were weekend guests at the Fred Mortensen home. The Iris circle of the Fenton Methodist church met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Roy Chrischilles with Mrs. Marold Schlei, assistant hostess. There were twelve members present. Mrs. Wilfred Laabs had charge of the program and Mrs. Ed Reimers assisted. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz spent several days last week at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Gus Bone at Grey Eagle, Minn. Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Wm. Elmers were Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Meyer, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hansen, Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hurlburt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs were Sunday dinner guests at the Donald Hurlburt home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jentz attended the wedding of Mrs. Jentz*s cousin, Duane Hudson, Wednesday evening at Mallard. Melvin Bradshaw and family, Estherville, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Gerhart Hantelman home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Henriksen, Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy Henriksen and Mrs. MariusHen- riksen were Sunday afternoon guests at the Harvey Henriksen u hjgme for Roger's birthday. Mr. and Mrsi Kenneth Kerber, Chandler, Ariz., are the parents of a baby girl, born Oct. 14, weighing 7 Ibs., 12 oz. She has been named Angela Lynn. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Thompson, Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber. Gilbert Hanson, Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hansen and (FROST PROOF) The Ritchie Combination Waterer Fully Insulated With 1" Fiberglas Aerocor Insulation Heater Wattage, 787 FOR CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP "The Best For Your Money ..To Make You Money" JMte* oil. Plumbing - Heating - Appliance In Friendly Ftnton family were Thursday dinner guests at the Adolph Hansen home. Mrs. Adolph Hansen visited her mother, Mrs. Rose Hansen, at the John Hage home at Thompson Sunday. The Arthur Gronaus, Des Plaines, 01., recently spent a weekend at the Axel Peterson and John Ruger homes. Sentral Girl Is Band Queen At Estherville Susan Blanchard, 17, daughter of the Don Blanchards of Lone Rock, is the new "Northwest Iowa Band Festival Queen," after being crowned Saturday night In ceremonies here. Blonde, blue-eyed Miss Blanchard Is a senior at Sentral High School. Her ambition Is to be a medical technician. Both her parents teach at Sentral. Her father teaches social studies and coaches the basketball team on which his daughter plays, and Mrs. Blanchard teaches remedial reading. - o Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs. C. J. Schemmel were Saturday dinner guests at the Pete Geeseman home. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Jack Munch took Mrs. C. J. Schemmel back to her home at Swea City Monday morning. Mrs. Russell Eldridge left Wednesday to attend a jurisdiction meeting of the W.S.C.S. at Cedar Rapids. Four of the District W.S.C.S. officers attended. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bruhn and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Lester Theesfleld, Armstrong. On Sunday evening they were callers at the Arnold Nielsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rice and family, Estherville were weekend guests at the Clayton Wolff home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw were Sunday evening guests at the Clayton Wolff home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rochleau and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Uthof and family were Sunday guests at the Donald Uthof home at Owatonna, Minn. Mrs. Gerald Jentz and Karen attended the shower for the bride- to-be of Duane Hudson at Mallard Saturday evening. The Walther League of St. John's Lutheran church met Wednesday evening at the church parlors with Rhonda Kern and Linda Kracht as hostesses. Lee Dreyer W«'v« Remodeled I DANCING INSIDE EDDIE & BONNIE SATURDAY, OCT. 21 BERNIE'S RECREATION FENTON ... to many things: to a new home, a new car or to your future. Your key is savings which unlock many doors. Start a Savings Account today. We insure all accounts to $15,000. Visit our bank today. Each depositor insured to $15000 FEDEIAl DEPOSIT INSURANCE COBPOBATION FIRST TRUST - - •/ SAVINGS led the discussion and Mike Wold and Randy Vaudt gave the devotions. The Walther League Is Invited to attend a Halloween party at the Fairvllle church, Oct. 15. Plans were made for the fall rally to be held at Garner Oct. 29. The M.Y.F. of the Fenton Methodist church met Wednesday evening at the church. The new officers for the coming year were Installed and new members welcomed. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt will serve as councilors for the M.Y.F. this year. Lunch was served by the counselors. Mr. and Mrs. RoyChrischilles were Thursday evening guests at the Ronald Chrischilles home for Russell's 2nd birthday. Special Talk Floyd Hutzell, Industrial arts instructor at Sentral High School, announced Friday that Royal Enders, Omaha, zone service manager for General Motors, was to be at the school today (Tuesday) to present a talk to the entire student body. Representatives from Kossuth Motor, Algona; Elbert Chevrolet, Whittemore; and Kemna Motor, Bancroft, were also Invited to attend. WHY?—-If you read the Algona Upper Des Molnes, YOUKNOWI „ INVINCIBLE METAL FUft- NITURE franchisee! dealer — Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our relatives, friends and neighbors for their many arts of kindness and expressions of syrmathy shown us following the denth of Adrian Arhogast. Also a thank you ."or the beautiful flowers and bountiful food that was given to us. Mr. an I Mrs. Clarence Arbogast ; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schm'tt and family. (80*) F.D. i.e. ARMSTRONG SUNDAY DINNER 11:30 to 2 P.M. RUTA'S FENTON For about the cost of a cup of coffee a day, you can enjoy Cable TV i (11.5c to be exact) Fenton Community Cable T-V Company CALL 295-3215 WATCH FOOTBALL ACTION IN TRUE-TO-LIFE The BARRIE Model FJ 573 20' dl«8., 227 tq. in. picture RCAVICTOR COLOR TV Watch football action In color this fall wjyi an RCA Victor Color TV. This smart table model is $378.OQ perfect for family viewing. Features new RCA Victor W/ TRADE Super Bright Hi-Lite tube for 38% more highlight Rollabout Stand brightness. optional, extra THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN ELECTRONICS FENTON DRUG SALES AND SERVICE FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR CATTLE ON PASTURE OR STALKS NEED THE EXTRAS FOUND IN FELCO/STATEX PROTEIN BLOCKS Low quality rough age just isn't adequate to keep your cattle doing their best. If you have them on late pasture or in corn stalks, they need the extra vi'.amins. minerals and protein available in Felco Statex -\\'', Steak Maker Protein Blocks. Vitamins & Minerals Along with M'i protein, Felco Statex Steak Maker Blocks are fortified with vitamins and minerals. Vitamins A and D are present in sufficient amounts along with the extra Vitamin E to help utilixe Vitamin A. And, the block is not too hard, making it easy for the cattle to eat. Convenience The Felco Statex Steak Maker Protein Blocks are easy to feed. Simply place them on the ground or put them in feed bunks. You save time and labor. Stop In or Call Soon! GREEN STAMPS a^Kjggggm m NOW GIVEN BY PETE'S MARKET,_FENTON^ "3 EACH CUSTOMER, A SAVER J i FREE BOOK WITH 25 FREE S&H STAMPS ! ' to THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS BUTTERNUT COFFEE *•« - ""> 2 us. 1.39 JOLLY TIME POPCORN Yellow or White 2 Ib. pkg. 27 C GIANT SIZE 69 WEST PAC FROZEN Strawberries 4 10 oz, Tins 98 RED POTATOES 10 ib. bog 29 C » LARGE BOLOGNA PETE'S MARKET WE FENTON, IOWA SAVE S & H GREEN STAMPS -• AMERICA'S MOST VALUABLE STAMPS I WE GIVE WE

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