The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1968 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 25, 1968
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ymmmmmmmmmmmmmw* tt | Publiihed By the Upper D e » Moinej | | Poblijhing Co., Algena, Iowa 1 * Mtt. RAY UTHOF I • News Editor | !•«•••«. mmmmmm* Pancake & Sausage Day At Fenton, Free, Feb. 3 FENTON - Saturday, Feb. 3, has been designated as the date for the annual Pancake & Sausage Day in Fenton, by the Fenton Community Club. Free pancakes, hot sausage, coffee, butter and syrup will be offered free from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Community Center. Everyone is invited. Groundhog Day is Friday, Feb. 2, which has no bearing on the fact that sausage will be served along with the pancakes on Feb. 3, say the committee. After holding a brief competition between members of the Community Club, as to culinary ability, it narrowed down to these men who will have the major tasks of preparation and serving: Bob Mitchell, Ken Halverson, Gerald Voigt, Roger Ulses, Pete Saxton and Ray Stoeber. - o - LOSS OF. POWER Fenton was without electricity for nearly two hours last Friday afternoon, when a grid circuit from Cornbelt Power tied in with Iowa Electric Light & Power went out. The weather was mild, and no;serious discomfort resulted from the outage. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jansma and Grant, Spirit Lake, spent Sunday at the Lyndon Kerber home. • Twenty-three Boy Scouts of Troop 90, Fenton, and Scoutmasters Roy Homann, Sheldon Merrill and James Schmidt and the outdoor committee-man, Ray Uthof, enjoyed a five-mile hike and wilderness cook-out Saturday at the Seneca river. Susan Blanchard Is Homemaker Winner, Sentral SUSAN BLANCHARD Because she finished first in a written knowledge and attitude examination for senior girls, Dec. 5, 1967, Susan Blanchard has been named 1968 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow for Sentral High School. Susan Blanchard's achievement makes her eligible for state and national scholarship awards and also has earned her a specially designed silver charm. A state Homemaker of Tomorrow and runner-up will be JEANETTE'S USED CLOTHING & FURNITURE SALE JAN. 27 -^30 - 31 Ik RACK - 1c ON SALE ALL CLOTHING LESS THAN '/ 2 PRICE Some Furniture on Sale Hours: 1 - 5 P.M. Tuesday thru Saturday. Saturday Nite — 7 to 9 P.M. jjj-jjjgjjjjjjijjgjjjg B? SPECIALS FOR Thurs., Fri., Sat.. Jan. 25 - 26 - 27 KRAFT'S MIRACLE WHIP A.B.C. 32 or. Jar 59C FLOUR 10 Ib. Bag LA CHOY - 303 CAN Chow Mein Noodles 16c SWANSON'S BEEF POT ROAST T-V DINNERS 2 for $1 WEST PAC SLICED FROZEN Strawberries 3 10 01. Tins 79C HflfiSiHBMMi rjy JUST ARRIVED! A new shipment of Washington DEECEE Shirts & Pants LARGE BOLOGNA Ib. 49c KEMP'S ICE MILK Gal. 49c 10 LBS. IDAHO RUSSETS Cello Bags SAVE S & H GREEN STAMPS •• AMERICA'S MOST VALUABLE STAMPS \ PETE'S MARKET FENTON, IOWA selected from the winners of the schools in the state. Susan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blanchard of Lone Rock. She is active in the following activities: basketball, 4 years; softball, 3 years; track, 3 years; marching band, 4 years; concert band, 4 years; instrumental small groups, stagehand, Estherville Band Queen this fall; mixed chorus, 3 years; girls glee club, 3 years; vocal small groups; and senior class treasurer. She is a member of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church, a member of the church choir, president of Youth Fellowship and youth budgeter for Sundav School. Fenton Man At Special Service School FENTON - Peter Koenck of the Fenton Co-op Elevator is one of 65 fieldmen sent by local community cooperatives from a four-state area to attend a field- man's training course, prepared and presented by the Marketing Services of the Farmers Regional Cooperative, Ft. Dodge. Training will be presented in three phases, providing instruction in the history of cooperatives, the fieldman's role in modern farm service and the importance of farm management. One highlight of the course will be a study of a model 480-acre farm. Each student will present his planning for a maximum profit through efficient crop and livestock operation. Instructors for the program, in addition to regional staff specialist personnel were representatives from cooperative and other related business. Cooperative employee-training is designed to increase technical knowledge and skill for these cooperative representatives who are serving the farmer-owners of local cooperatives. - o - INFANT BAPTIZED Lisa Lynn Halverson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halverson, was baptized recently at Trinity Lutheran church, Algona. Sponsors were Mrs. Noel Westlind, Howard Goltz and Janice Zumach. In honor of the occasion Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson entertained at dinner Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goltz, Howard and Diane, Mrs. Otto Fuch and Janice Zumach, Blue Earth, Mr. and Mrs. Noel Westlind and Laud, Mankato, Clyde Gilbaugh, Sr., Fairmont, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halverson and Lisa, Algona. - o - Sunday visitors at the Walt Pertl home for Mr. Peril's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. George Pertl and Jane, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Pertl, Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Pertl of Whittemore took Mrs. Walt Pertl to Ft. Dodge Monday where she consulted doctors. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlei and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod visited Thursday with Mrs. Minnie Weisbrod at her daughter and son-in- law's, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Vaux, Fairmont. Mrs. Minnie Weisbrod plans to stay with her daughter for the winter months. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haaseand Mrs. Edith Hayenga have returned after spending a month with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gross at Phoenix, Ariz., and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Edmonds at Tempe, Ariz. While there they visited Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Don Marlow, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gross and family at Phoenix. They also visited Mrs. La Von Steinberger, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Steinberger and Mrs. Wm. E. Stoeber at Mesa, Ariz. On their return home they visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Murtagh at Tucson. The Murtaghs are former Algona residents. Sharon Krause, first grade teacher at Fairmont, Wm. Friedrich, Minneapolis, and Cheryl Krause, a student at Mankato State College, spent the weekend at the Elmer Krause home. Mrs. Wm. Eimers spent the weekend at the Emil Eimers home and also visited Mrs. Herman Struecker at Fairmont. They also called on Mr. Struecker at the rest home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt entertained at Starlite Lounge, Ft. Dodge, Sunday noon in honor of James' high school graduation. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp and Trudy, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Yanney, Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sandell, Nevada, Jim Jorgenson, Algona, and Gary Wiener, Cylinder. James enrolled in Estherville Junior College and started classes this week. He will work part time for Jacobsen Engineering, Estherville. The Sunday dinner was also in honor ^ of the birthdays of Trudy* Huskamp and Fred Geigel. Sunday evening dinner guests at the Paul Eigler home were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wehr- spann. Mrs. Helen Peterson, Estherville, and Mrs. Hazel Peterson, Graettinger, were Friday afternoon callers at the Gerhart Hantelman home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wessel, Graettinger, were Sunday dinner guests at the Gerhart Hantelman home. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and Alan were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the Ernest Votteler home. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Uthof and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Flint and Becky and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Flint of Ringsted were Friday evening guests at the Glen SMORGASBORD SUNDAY Serving from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Roast Pork & Dressing Barbecued Meat Balls Swiss Steak Complete Dinner — Choice of Salad and Desserts All you can eat — $1.50 per person, children under 3 years, free. FENTON CAFE FENTON, IOWA Appearing For Your Entertainment: Saturday BERNIE'S RECREATION Flint home for Rhonda's 10th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman were Monday dinner guests at the Rex Wolfe home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt, Jr. and family, Estherville, were Friday evening guests at the \Vm. Bruhn home. Sunday afternoon guests at the Ferdinand Bierstedt home for the birthdays of Ferdinand and Bethann Bierstedt, were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kemna and family, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Elbert, Algona, and Kathryn Bierstedt and Pam Ballard, Shawnee, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Adams, Algona, were weekend guests at the Eldon Duncan home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck spent last week at Elizabeth, HI. visiting friends. Frank McFall and Tom Yager attended a Lennox dealers'meet- ing at Des Moines, Friday. Mrs. Gus Krause spent the New Year's weekend at the Dennis Long home at Bettendorf. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers visited Friday evening at the Frank Seeley home at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers and family, and Janet Hammerstrom, Lone Rock, were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Gus Krause home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Vaux and Mrs. Minnie Weisbrod, Fairmont, were Friday afternoon coffee guests at the Albert Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, Allan and Renee were Sunday dinner guests at the Norman Bellinger home. Mr. and Mrs. RoyChrischilles were Sunday evening \supper guests at the Ronald Chrischilles home for the birthdays of Eugene and Ronald Chrischilles. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler visited Tuesday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Votteler and family at Laurens. Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Votteler and family moved Friday from Laurens to Ottumwa where Dr. Votteler will employed in the Federal Department of Agriculture in the veterinary department. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber spent the weekend at the Oliver Stoeber home at Marshalltown. Mrs. Ida Dreyer accompanied Bob Kohlwes and Martha Holt, Ames, to Hoscoe, 111. Friday to visit at the Arlin Kohlwes home. Saturday they were all dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mitchell, Chicago, HI. Mrs. Dreyer also visited Luella Newel in Chicago. They returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berkland were Sunday dinner ctiests at the Robert Huskamp home for David's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell were evening pests. \Vm. Hantelmaii and Ervin Borchardt attended a L.L.L. meeting at Auburn Sunday. Mary and Becky Hantelman, Cedar Falls, are spending their semester break at the parental U'm. Hantelman home. Mrs. Lena Jentz, Mrs. Edna Mueller, Mrs. Lloyd Kern and Mrs. Fred Jentz attended a shower for the bride-to-be of Johnny Anderson at the Lutheran church, Fairmont, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ressler, Willmar, Minn., were Friday overnight and Saturday guests at the Floyd Duncan home. Mrs. Grace Trenary and Mrs. Harold Becker were Friday afternoon visitors at the Floyd Duncan home. COMPLETE TELEVISION VIEWING M' 7 CHANNELS (PLUS P.M. RADIO) NO CONVERTER - NO ANTENNA FOR INFORMATION: ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES 616 DIACNOL - ALGONA, IA. FOR FREE TRIAL CALL 295-3215 Fenton store to get honor The Stoeber Hardware store of Fenton will be honored at a luncheon Feb. 13 during the 70th annual convention of the Iowa Retail Hardware Assn. in Des Moines. The firm will be presented with a certificate for 50 continuous years of membership and will be made a member of the 50-year club. CARD OF THANKS A sincere thank you to all friends, relatives and neighbors for the cards, gifts and food sent in during my hospital stay and since returning home. All was very much appreciated. Mrs. Delores Pertl, Fenton. (7*) CARD OF THANKS A wprd of appreciation to the Fenton firemen, neighbors and friends and the quick action of the Jerry Jentz family in saving our farm buildings in the recent fire. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase. (7*) KEEP SOWS TRIM WITH FELCO SOW CHUNKS Thu push for litters and healthier starts with new Felco 15',' Sow Chunks. It's a new complete feed formulation, specifically designed for the gestation requirements of sows and Easy To Feed Three-quarler inch hard pellels, Felco Sow Chunks is easy-to-feed. II can be scattered in Ihe pasture or on a feeding floor. There's no waste because Sow Chunks is easy for hofjs to find and eat. Limit Intake Felco Sow Chunks help limit feed intake, keeping trim and healthy. Sow Chunks contain no ant ibiolii-s. Th is helps build immunities against. infections, and Ihese immunities are then passed aloiitf lo baby pitfs. It is a fifteen percent protein feed, fortified with vitamins and minerals in amounts needed for sows durinjr Stop In or Call Soon! O FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR SUPERMIX Supermix LATEX Semi-Gloss ENAMEL xOUH OWN HARD' 1 • No painty odor • Dries in 30 minulei • Withstand! repeated scrubbings • Non-yellowing • Tools clean up in water. CHARACTERISTICS: This is a la- tvx Sflml-glosi enamel for use on all Interior wall and wood surfaces. It is particularly suited for kitchens, bathrooms, wood trim, and similar surfaces where a low-gloss finish is desired that will withstand . repeated scrubbing^. Over 900 colors to choose from. | SPECIALS Dial 889-2770 | | BANANAS Ib. IQcj JJELLO (limit3) 3pkgs. 20c j WINESAP APPLES 20 Ibs. Stoeber Hardware JMSTLE^CHOC. QUIK JUICE ORANGES doz. 39c S 2 Ib. Can Fenton SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 889-2248 Residence 889-2353 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 889-2281 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sales & Service Phone 889-2713 FEN : RIENDLY TON, IOWA ^ MONARCH fe PEANUT i BUTTER s ! 3 Ib. Jar 99c CHICKEN LUNCHEON LOAF 12 oz. Can . _ 39c 3 for $1 S FRIDAY & SATURDAY CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS . . . . 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