The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 23, 1961 · Page 10
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February 23, 1961 • 4-Algono (la.) Upper Des Maine* Thursday, Feb. 23, 1961 Postpone C.C. I Feb. Meeting I Due To Game "i " Fenton — The February meet- '•ilng of the Pemon Community I^Club which Was to have been , .held Monday evening was can- Celled because of the final game "of the Girls' Basketball Sectional ^•Tournament being played that ^evening. The March meeting of "the Club will be held on the re- !"gular meeting date. Mr and Mrs Elwin Schlei and family visited their daughter Ev albh' at Aiftfes oh Sunday Feb otli. .. • Mr and Mrs S. E. Siraley have left for Several week vacation to be spent in the south and South West States. , The members of the Fairville Ladies Aid Society entertainec their husbands and guest couples at a supper and program Simdaj evening. There were 75 present for the occasion. In charge of the evening program was Mrs Kenneth Johnson, Mrs Gehe Wegcner and Mrs David Berkland. Refreshments were served following the program. 'Mr and Mrs Homer Maithiesen and family spent the weekend in Des Moines with relatives. Mrs Fred Fessler is hospitalized at the Holy Family Hospital in Estherville where she under- IF IT'S GOOD FOR GROWING PIGS IT'S IN... ELCO COOPERATIVE DRY LOT SUPPLEMENT IOWA'S BEST SELL'NG SWINE FEED! FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Fenton, Iowa FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY - GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and OEHl EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 R e $. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phono 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fenton! LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans Bl And Auction Service Phone 233 e . . Fenton, Iowa went an appendectomy last Mon day, Sunday guests in the Pau Zumach home were Mr ;ind Mr William DeWall, Mr and , Mr, Dale Voigt and family, Mr ana Mrs Melvm Bcrkland and family and Mr and Mrs Brvin Ruhnke and family. The occasion marked the birthday anniversaries of Mrs Zumach, Dale Voigt and Debbie Ztimach. Mr and Mrs Edwin Joslen ol Klemme were Wednesday stippei guests in the Edward Schle. home. Tuesday evening visitors in the Clifford Douglas home in honor of Verlea's third birthday were Vlr rnd Mrs Merle Voigt and 'amily, Mr and Mrs Frank Mueler and family and William Voigt Wednesday evening guests in the DouiTlas home were Mr and Mrs ""red Douglas of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Lyle 'Douglas and family of Curlew and Ernest Douglas of wallard. Mrand Mrs S. E. Straley and Mrs Lyle Hansen and son spent I Monday in the Donald VtilfcJ | home at Lake Mills. Mesdames Lloyd Berkland, Martin Berkland, Kueben Bcrk- land and Lpraine Berkland ak tended the Dorcas Society guest Published By The Upper D6« Molne* Publishing Co., Algona, l6wo MfiS. ARDETH HALVERSON New* Eeiltor day at Cylinder on Thursday of this past week. Mrs Paul Kigler and Judy an Lael Pettit spent the weeken with Mr and Mrs Kaye Huske a Davenport. They reported lovel spring-like weather in the Dav enport area for the weekend. Re turning home Sunday, they en countered the icy condition thi side of Toledo, but said the roads were in fairly good traveling conditions. The Fenton Forward 4-fc Breakfast which was to be helc Saturday morning and had to be cancelled because of the weather will be held at a later date. At his time no date has been set. Womans Club Of Fenfon Meets Fentofi WomansS ' STORAGF CABINETS, rneial, a Unoer bes Moines. HERE'S YOUR to buy the WORLD'S FINEST wringer washer at the sensational price of only $124.95 Club met Tuesday bf'th'is j|5&St week in the hbme of Wa Clayton Ltitsworth with Mrs J2. J. Frank assisting hostess. . Members Voted to hold the March meeting two weeks earfy oh Feb. 28th, . since the regular meeting would conflict with the Father-Son Banquet which Is tci be held at the Methodist church. Hostess for this meeting will be Mrs Ray Stoeber with Mrs Harvey Walker assisting. Mrs Wilfred Stoeber reviewed an article on the White House taken from the January issiie ol the 1961 National Geographic Magazine. Mrs Olaf Norland displayed flowers made from wood fibre. She also supplied materials and assisted the members in making corsages. Refreshments for the afternoon carried the Valentine theme. 2 Traffic Fines In Mayor (Court Fentott ~t Twe It&ttit vibla* fion fine* wet* imposed in ihe court of Mayor Gus Krause ol Feriion, la'sl Frlddy. James Laabs, charged wiih not having his cat under con- tool, was filled;$10 and idaii, and Clifford W. Kelson of Ringsled was fined $10 and costs for failing to yield the right of way. es were Mrs Laurence Johan- rte.sen and Mrs Henry. Jensen. Mrs Martin Wllbefg was hostess to ,the Legion, Auxiliary „ at her home Friday, February 10. The local group voted to send a girl to Girl's Slate. Mrs W. E. Laage .presented an interesting W.T. DURING THIS 10 DAY SALE Storm Cancels Church Service Fenton. — Nearly all the churches of the Fenton vicinit cancelled their regular Sunda. worship service due to weathe conditions. Services were held a the regular time at St. John's Lu theran church in town and at p.m. at the Blakjer Lutheran. A World Day of Prayer Servic was held at Trinity Lutheran Church in Algona Friday with all the Missouri Synod churche of the Algona Zone participating A total of 131 registered for the service, sponsored by the Lutheran Womans Missionary League of the Algona Zone. Forty three registered for th< World Day of Prayer S5rvicr held at the local Methodis church. Seneca Club To Host Public Card Party Seneca — The Seneca Progressive Farmers club members are holding a card party at the Seneca school gymnasium Saturday evening, Feb. 25 at 8 o'clock to which the public is invited. Admission is 50 cents per person. Refreshments will be served by the hosts. Judy JuhlTo Wed iri June Fenton — Mr and Mrs Arnold Juhl announce the engagement of .their daughter, Judy Ann, te T3avid Dean Dreyer, son of Mi "and Mrs. Frank' Dreyer of, "Lone Hock. The wedding is planned for June 11 at St. John's Lutheran church at Depew. Both are graduates of the Sentral High school, Miss Juhl will graduate in April from La- James School of Beauty Cultur n Mason City. Mr Dreyer work •:'t the Super Valu Store in Al ?ona. It's none olher than the ever- dependable, fast-washing with smooth, easy-to-clean bowl-shaped tub and double walls to keep water hot. Massive, self-adjusting safety release wringer and timer control. Washes up to 7 full loads per hour. Terms to suit your convenience. No down payment necessary. STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, Iowa SUBSCRIBER A. L. Conwell formerly o tiumboldt and now of Levittown Pennsylvania recently renewec iis subscription to the Humboldt vipers for the 67th straight yeai INCOME TAX REPORTS MADE OUT FOR YOU C. O. BAILEY SENECA LONE ROCK PHONE WA. 5-3951 (50-8) This offer good only at your. IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHTS POWER pkcialLiwPrt. SS^DOWN Mr and Mrs August Nelson ac ^ompanied Mr and Mrs Pete Guess of Algona - to Diamonc Lake, Minn., Friday night wheri they were guests until Sunda 1 afternoon at the Harvey Chris tensons. Mr and Mrs Eldon Brown re turned home Sunday after having spent the past six weeks in Arizona. Mrs Carrie Jensen spent last Thursday with her daughter, the Art Clausens, Sivea'City. The Claude Johnsons were last Sunday dinner guests of the Orville Thorsons, Swea City. On Sunday Fep. 5, the Cletut Muellers, Ralph Genglers and the Bob Genglers all of Whittemore were guests of the Floyd Brek- kes. The Brekkes and Muellers, observed their 14th wedding anniversary. Margaret Nielsen, daughter oi he Carl Nielsens, is a membfef of the Waldorf College Acapella choir,.Forest City. Ihe choir presented a concert Sunday after- nobn^at the St. Ppuls-Lutherari •hurcR'at Ringsted.-" -•' •'"''""' Mr and Mrs Robert Jacc-bsen nd family of Mallard, were Sunday dinner guests of the Curis Olsens. Mr and Mrs Gaylord Olsen ook Marlys Bratrud back to St. D aul, Friday, where she works a.s a nurses aid. Judy Bratrud ac compamed them nome for thi weekend. Judy is taking nurse u-aming. Mr and Mrs John Swanson and children of St. Charles, Illinois spent Saturday night at the Charles Beavers, Mr Beaver ark Mr Swanson were former child- nood friends and schoolmates The Swansons were enioute ti Estherville but found themselve. marooned in a snow bank oi Highway 44 north of Ringsted The Beavers came to their rescue and brought them back to spenc the night with them. Mr and Mrs Ted Jensen wen nosts to the Neighborhood euro club Sunday evening. Gerald Kennedy, son of tht Mike Kennedys, lormer Scnec;. residents, now living in Armstrong, recently received his mas- ccrs degree in chemical engineering at St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo. Gerald is married anc has a son, Gerald. His mothei went to St. Louis to be present at Ihe ceremony. Gerald was gra •luate^d from the Seneca Hig). School. The Blakjer Lutheran Church Women suported the Cause 01 American Missions at their meet- ng Thursday at the Blakjer Lu- heran Church.- The Rov. David Vigen gave the devotions. The Cause pf American Missions was nresonled, by Mrs Ted Jensen. Mrs Martin Wilbcrg conducted I He business mpoUrrr. Mrs Hunrv .Looft presented the need for in New Citiinna ,, •».. ANo NEW LOVELINESS! • Perma'nenitl 4 Har Color • Hair Stirling • Dfemtiged Hair • Hair Trims Treatments Laels Beauty Shdp Phone 93, Fenion, Iowa DISPERSAL SALE As ! am going to discontinue milking, I will sell my dairy cows and equipment on the farm located 1 mile east and % of a mile south of Fenton; or 4 miles west and % mile south of Lone Rock, on ., FEB. 27 Sale to Start at 1 o'clock P.M. Sharp THOMAS CHAPtL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embcilmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence 42 HEAD OF HOISTEINS FRESH REBRED No. 1— Cow, 4th calf ____ Dec. 19 ____ Open. No. 2-Heifer, 2nd calf __Dec. 10____2-1-61 drtifi- M cially. No. 3— Heifer, 2nd cialf ^rfcec^23^1 .-2-1 1-61 ttrtifi- '•"' •"" -i.. ifv : ' • - ciany. No. 4-Heifer, 2nd calf __Dec. 11 ____ 2-1-61 artificially. No. 5-Heifer, 2nd calf __Dec. 19____Jan., to Hoi- stein Bull. No. 6-Cow, 3rd calf ___ Nov. 26 ____ Jan., to Hoi- stein Bull. No. 7-Cow, 4th calf ____ Oct. 15 ____ Open. No. 8-Heifer, 2nd calf __Nov. 17 ____ Jan., to 'Hoi- stein Bull. No. 9-Cow, 4th calf ____ -Jec. 21 ____ Open. No. 10-Cow, 3rd calf __^ov. 16 ____ Jan., to Hoi- stein Bull. No. 11-Cow, 3rd calf __Nov. 14 _____ Jan., to Hoi- stein Bull. No. 12-Heifer, 1st calf __ Nov. 3 _____ Feb. 12 to Hoi- stein Bull. No. 13-Heifer, 1st calf __ Nov. 7 ____ Jan., to Hoi- stein Bull. No. 14— Heifer, 2nd calf _ Nov. 12 _____ Jan., to Hoi- stein Bull. No. 15-Heifer, 1st calf -Nov. 19 ____ Jan., to Hoi- stein Bull. No. 16— Heifer, 1 st calf __ Nov. M ______ Jan., to Hol- s'rvn Bull. No. 17-Ho!stein Heifer, springing. Nine Holstein Heifers bred in January. Five Ho'stein Yearling Heifers, open, out of artificial breeding, S''x Small Hfiifer Cci'ves, out of artificial breeding Three Small Bull Calves, out of artificial breeding. One Swiss-Holstein Heifer Calf, 1 Yearling Holsrein Bull, cwt of artificial braeding. Th»» b-H hrs b-n cdfhcorl Bang, voccinatH for many rT T "."S P " C ° WS ^ «™ l '«H «» B««ns Tested. All cnttle o'» -B. Tested to no.nnvwherft. Rgn.r, f urn [ s hed dny of s«!e. Most '" '' •*" ' n refll P roduci "8 ^erd With 6 CQUl^MEN Phones FENTQN RINC5TED tires jlhr, r?' d ^M° j P ,'u T P ' Wilh "' w OV( » fl «»ad springs and good tire*. John p eere Model H Tractor Manure Spreader in good shape. If." « S |L C w SH ° r " 1aft ° ? rran 9 eme "'* with your banker before f " e - No property to b? removed from the premises until Vet- for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur Qvinnftjferkland, Avct. First Tr«st & Savings Bank, Fenton, Clerk

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