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(td.) Upper Das Molnos Ttomday, March 30, 1961 fenton Elevator Is Host To Many, Annual Meeting The 54th annual meeting of the Fenton Cddperatlve Elevator Co. was held at the Community Center Saturday evening, March 25. ^The meeting Was called to order by President Hans Baago. The minutes of the last annual meeting Were read by Secy. Norman Larson. The annual report to members was read by Curtis Ltira. manager. Three outgoing directors Were re-elected to three year terms. They were Clarence Qsborn, Wilfred Bierstedt and Harold Eimers. Woody 'Porter of the Farmers Grain Dealers Auditing Dept. gave a report on the operations. Bud Trafford, publicity man with the Farmers Elevator Service Co., Fort Dodge, was the speaker of'the evening. jPatronage checks -for. the first half of' 1955 " were ' parsed olit, totaling $l¥,8V3. The elevator also passed out $17,500 in patronage checks Jan. 14, 1961. This was the largest year in the history of the Fenton Elevator. Sales totaled $1,082,273, plus other income amounting to $98,424. Net savings before amortization of storage facilities was $79,587. This amount Was distributed as follows: allocated patronage refunds $57,089, income" tastes, $9,960, amortization .of storage facilities $4,532, to surplus, $7,437 to educational fund $650, The audit report shows a very large increase in sales and services of every department. 'Mr Porter stated that .because of the increase in business amounting to $350,000, the Fenton Cooperative Eleva'tol*' Co. wa§ a"ble to increase savings and allocate back to the patron members. Mr Porter also stated that the Cooperative had paid $7,021 in property taxes last year. There was a larger attendance than usual at their meeting. Other directors are Hans Baago, President, Nortnah Larsen, Secy-Treas., William Jentz, Bennie Berkland & Paul Voigt. Clarence Osbbrn is V. President. Employees are Delbert Geitzenauer, Asst., Ronald Chrischilles, mill foreman, Harlan' Mueller, bookkeeper, Stanley Berkland, mill asst, & truck driver, Arno Juhl, elevator asst. / Lunch was served by the Sentral Band Mothers. Married' At Fenton 2 Girls State CandidatesAre Named, Fenfon Fenton — Virgean Bierstedt has been chosen as delegate and 'Bfinnie Geitzenauer as alternate to Hawkeye Girl's State to be held at Iowa State Teacher's Col-, lege,. Cedar Falls, June 18-24. Both girls are juniors at Sentral high school. '< Virgean is the daughter of Mrs Lttcinda Bierstedt of rural Whit- ternore and is active in mixed chorus and girls' glee club. She Fenton. Hawkeye Girl's State is a week Of intensive study of Government in practice and is sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliaries of the state of Iowa. These Virgean Bierstedt is secretary of the junior class and assistant editor of the school annual. She was manager of the girls basketball team and is on the honor roll. She is a member of St. Luke Lutheran Church of Fairville. Bonnie js the daughter of. Mi; and Mrs Delbcrt Geilzcnaucr 01 Fenton. Shu is active in girl's glee club and mixed chorus. She is a baton twirlcr with the band and has been an attendant to thi. queen the last two years at Homecoming. She is a member ol St. John's Lutheran church in . Bonnie Geitzenauer .wo girls will be. 'sponsored by ;he Hanney-Weisbrbd unit of the American Legion Auxiliary of Tenton, of which Mrs. Merle Voigt is president. (UDM Ehgra- vihg) Womans Club Mel The Town" and Country, Wo- gj,'- Tuesday, im ^he '6' 'Herbert Krause ' "aSslst- mans Clul home of WitK?Mfs }rig hostess. During the business meeting, it was voted to make contributions to the current cancer and Red Cross drives. The program committee, Mrs Charles Feye and Mrs Ervin Borchardt, presented Filmorc Stoermer of Spencer who showed slides of a recent Hawaiian trip with commentary. Mrs Ervin Borchardt presented a reading. The following • confirmation dinners were held Palm Sunday: Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland entertained at dinner in honor of Joyce's confirmation, her sponsors Mr and Mrs Richard Gret- chcn and family of Graettinger; and Mr and Mrs Truman Thompson, Mr and Mrs Ervin Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Gene FELCO 38% MASH BUILDER COFFERS TOP PRODUCTION I^V real champion production builder that's becoming (popular every year. Felco 38% Mash Builder gives luniform chicks, better hatchability and more uniform pro- 'duction. Both growing and laying feeds can be made from this basic balancer. Big cash savings.for yov t because Felco passes the margins .buck to you ... jft lower CttStS, CONTACT,.. FENTON Co-Op Elevator Zinnell and family, Mrs Art Berkland all of Cylinder..Mr and Mrs Robert Gretchen and family of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Martin Berkland and Mr and Mrs R. A. Busch and Dennis of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Henry Mansager of Clarissa, Minn., Mr and Mrs Dick Blake and family of Mallard, Mr and Mrs Carl Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Don Berkland family, Mr a"hd Mrs Rueben Berkland family- . Sunday dinner guests in the Fred Frink home in honor of David's confirmation .were Mr and Mrs Gerha'rt Wittkopf and family of Algona, Mr and Mrt Loren Harris and family of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Ervin Frink and family, Mr and Mrs Gene Wegener and family and Walter Wegener. Palm Sunday dinner guests in the Winster Kerber home in honor of Barry's confirmation were Mr and Mrs. Delmar Olson and family and' Mr i and Mrs Orva Haines and family of Estherville, Mr and Mrs -Keith Kerber ana family of Emmetsburg, and Mr and Mrs John Kerber ,of Fairmont. . . .'-'.' Mr and Mrs' Arnold Hantelman entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Allen's confirmation, Mr and Mrs Layrence Hantelman of. Swea City, Mr. ant] Mrs Everett Klocko .arid family of ' Fairm6nt,".Mr aria Mrs * Olaf Norland aha Ardeift D,K' a.ftJlvM^B John Waite and: famHyi'/Mf' arid Mrs Eldon Hantelman and family and Mr and Mrs Norman'Bollin- ger and Debbie. '. Sunday dinner guests in the Rudy Hanover home in honor of Inez's confirmation were Mr and Mrs Alfred Bruhn and Jolech, Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Donald Fridcres and David of Algona, William Hanover Sr., Mr and Mrp William Hanover Jr. and family, Mrs Lucinda Bierstedt, James and Virgenn, Mr and Mrs Ed Tietz and family and Larry Ramus. Mr and Mrs Carl Beck enter tained at dinner in honor ol Irene's confirmation Mrs Dora Haack, Mrs Freda Siems, Rev. and Mrs Robert Ec£elrnan and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Bierstedt, Mr and Mrs Hilbert Bierstedt and family, Mr and Mrs Lyle Haack and Lori, Mr and Mrs Roger Long and Durwin of Lone Rock. Sunday dinner guests in the Irvin SchmelinR home in honor of Allen's confirmation were Mr and Mrs Victor Schmclinc; and family of Fulton, Minn., Mr and Mrs James Schullz and family of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Warren Schineling and family of Cylin cler, Mr and Mrs -Forrost Whilch or and family of West Union, Iowa, Yvonne Schmeling of St. Paul, Minn., Carol Schmeling of Fort Dodge, Mary Schmeling of Baird, and Richard Jones of Havelock, Iowa. Palm Sunday dinner guests in the Elmer Griencrt home in honor of Ted's confirmation were Mr and Mrs Melvin Alt and family of Burt, Mr and Mrs William Dodds and family and Mr and Mr.s James Dodds and family of Algona, Mrs Ed Griencrt of ( Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Edwin Grienert and family of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Louis Grienert of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bleckwenn, and Fred Gri- enert and Christie. Mr and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth entertained in honor of Kathryn's confirmation, Reba Ditsworth of Estherville, Ronald Brown of Gruver and Rev. and Mrs Harvey Walker, Janet and Ardith. Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell went to Marble Rock Friday to visit in the Arnold llallcr home. On Sunday they attended the confirmation service of their granddaughter Marcia. They also plan to visit the Irving Davidsons nl Churh'a City and will return home after Easter Sunday. Mrs LeVon Sieinberger enler- tained at dinner Sunday in honor of Roger's continuation, Mi ;ind Mrs Clifford Steinbcrger ;jnd family, Mrs E. IVC. Danielson of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Duani' Widdel and l^itty. Mr and Mrs llarlun Askeland and family joined the group for supper. Mr and Mrs Peter Hanson, and Mr and Mrs Arlo Hunsen and family ol Ringsted and Mrs Dug- mw Nvwtl were Sunday dinner guests in the Arnold Hanson home ia huaur of fUadu'i i.un- _ Frank MtFall, Eugene Hliskahip, 'Carrie .YVoigtT' Olga Huskamp, Martin Hantelmatf aind Rex Wolfe. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland and Joyce were Monday evenln e guests in the R. A. Busch home at Ringsted. ' Mr and Mrs Eugene Huskamp and Trudy, Mrs Olga Huskamp, Mr and Mrs Clarence Arbogast, Mrs Carrie Voigt, Robert Schmitt and Mrs Shirley Schaefer attended the special baptism service held at the First Methodist church in Algona Sunday afternoon. Following the service they were guests in the Gerald Schmitt home at Irvington. The Sehmitt's daughter, Cynthia Lucille, was baptised at the service. Mr and Mrs Ed Schmitt and family were evening guests. Mr and Mrs Clarence Arbogast entertained at a 500 party Tuesday evening, Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe, Mr and Mrs Hans Baago. Mr and Mrs Art Mueller, Mr and Mrs Roy Chrischilles and Mr and Mrs John Gramenz. On Friday evening, they entertained at a pinochle card party, Mr and Mrs Krvin Gremmels, Mr and Mrs; Carl Beck, Mr and Mrs Lyle Haack, Mr and Mrs Roger Long, Mr and Mrs Norman Larson and Mr and Mrs Gerald Kueeker, and Mr and Mrs Walter Peril. Sunday evening dinner guests in the Albert Mitchell home were Mr and Mrs Ernest Berkland and boys, Mr and Mrs Curtis Olson and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson. IF" IT'S NEWS, WE WANT 11 4 Fenton Men Vergene Norland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland, Cyl. inder, became the bride of vDennis-Schmidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. 3en Schmidt, Lone Rock, in a double ring'ceremony, performed by Rev/W. H. Friedrich in the S*. John's Lutheran church at Fehfon' March 19. The newlyweds are shown here. A complete wedding story appeared in the March 23 issue of the UDM., (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDM Engraving) • • • firmation. Sunday dinner guests in the Clarence Yager home in honor of Tommy's confirmation, Mrs Amanda Kern, Mr and Mrs Webber Yager, Mrs Emma Reimers, Mr and Mrs Derwood Kern and Phyllis of Estherville and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family. Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener join.- ed the group for the afternoon: Ronald Lee, infant son of Mr and Mrs : Charles Feye was baptized Sunday in St. John's Lutheran church with Rev. W, H. Friedrich officiating. Lynn Kerber and Calvin Vaudt were sponsors '.' •"; ; Mrs Albert Mitchell entertained at a birthday party Saturday 1 in honor of the birthday, anniyer-' saries of Mrs Gerald Voigt !ana Mrs L. J, Weisbrod. Enjoying; the cejurtesy.. besides the honored guests ..Were Mesdames, Charles At Ft. Dodge Lester F. Weisbrod, Homer Matthiesen, Tom Dunphy and John Munch Jr. of the Weisbrod Impl. Co. in Fenton, were in Fort Dodge on March 24, attending a meeting announcing New Idea's new mounted corn picker, which will be available for the 1961 corn harvest. ; "This is the first 'universal' inounted picker ever offered by [Weisl flpular JVelop farm equipment company," Mr 'eisbrod says/ It will; fit all poplar makes of tractors. The de^ K r elopment spanned a period o| ,four years. . ! The highly streamlined picker has been designed with extremely high capacity, which is becoming more and more important fot ; picking today's increasing corn ^yields. Available with either a fully mounted or a trailing type husking bed, it can also be used with a New Idea Sheller or a field grinder. •• Through liberal use of sealed bearings and grease filled gear Ijoxes, lubrication time has been reduced to less than 15 minutes a day. , Safety features include com- pletey shielded drives, a safety rnounting ladder and "wide ppen" design which prevents the accumulation of stalks and trash and reduces fire hazard. All picker controls are easily reached from the tractor seat. ' Dinner guests in the Feye home were Mr and Mrs Carl Feye, Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegner, Mr and Mrs Lyndon Kerber and family and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and family. Easter Service . tt « J> £•«.„',> 1 '.-«• ' At.Lone Rock ' - 1 V,J f ' Lone ftoek — Seven pefsons Were iNec6ived«into church 'mein« bership Palm Sunday in the *resbytferian eh\irch.'Thj4 Mow- nt *\y£re hi tfrr cltytsi Linda jocktfood; Lind& RaftiUs, Judy lammerstfom, -ftidh&rd Eettit, totteft Webef, James Fox and IjaVefhe Shiith. * Holy communidn services will be *bfi ¥ fiursday 'evening, March 30,~at ?:36 p.m. in the church.- Early Easter services, conducted by the young people, Will be held at 6:30 Sunday A Breakfast for the Young people will be at 7:30. Shower Honofee ' A miscellaneous shower was neld-.'for Mrs Dennis Schmidt Monday evening in 'the Lotts Creek tmmanuel Lutheran church. The program'' consisted 6f Kim Blanchard presenting, a cornet solo, adcompanied by Jae- "kie Laabs. Helena Meyer gave a reading. Gary Schmidt presented a cornet solo. The guest book was attended by' Linda Meyer. Mrs Gene Blanchard. Faye Hantel- nian and the bride's ( husband helped her Open her gifts. Hostesses were Mesdames Gene Blanchard, Fritz Newbrough, Gordon Hutchinson, Robert Schmidt, Leo Schmidt, Martin Meyer, Harold Gross,. Alvin Potratz, Clinton Rath, Marvin. Kueck, Ralph Bierstedt, Clair Bellinger, Ervin Wetzell, Leo Ramus, Jim Long, Art Priebe, George ,-Sny,der, Lorenz Geitzenauer, William fading, Milford Mitchell, Alfred Schadendorf, Gerald Radig, Donald Radig, . Howard Krause.. Frank Dreyer, Victor Dreyer, Louis, Berninghaus, and Mrs Fred Schmidt. Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen and Jamey attended the Sport Show in Des Moines Saturday. They visited "in the ,Orville .Deardorff home at Yale on their return home. Mrs Roy Jensen entertained several ladies in honor 'o.f Mrs Roger Jensen's birthday in her home Tuesday. Guests were Mrs .Milton Madison, Mrs Erich See- gebarth, Mrs E. A. Lee, Mrs Willis Cotton, Mrs.-Millred Mitchell. Mrs Frank Flaig and : Tena Jensen. . Mr and,Mrs Clinton Rath were Sunday-visitors in the home ot Mrs Emma Hurlburt. Mr and Mrs Robert Heifner Were Sunday guests in the Rath'home. Mr,-and Mrs Ornie Behrends, Mr and Mrs Eugene Pruitt'and family, and Mr. and jVIrs Henry Schoreder,' and Mrs Emma Hurl- buct, ajjd;girjs were Friday even- i ihfi,iuesjs f an r lhe. Wprfte/df.^ ahd MrsiDale Schroeder. -••'-•• : ''Mr and Mrs Dale ''Baxter 'ah<! Darrel dean of Algona were Sunday dinner guests in the Leslie Baxter home. •Mrs Emma Hurlburt visited Thursday in the Dale Schroeder home. Mr and Mrs Jim Lons visite'd Sunday in the W. H. Riedol home in Burt. Mr and Mrs Frank Evcrhardt of Eagle Grove visited Thursday with Florence Yager. Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton were Saturday guests in the John Cotton home in Fort Dodge. Mrs Willis Cotton will attend a two- day meeting at Iowa State Uni- SENECA NEWS Dick Looft of Minneapolis spent the weekend with his parents, the Henry Loofts. They were Sunday afternoon guests at the Bertha Pommer home at Algona where Dr. and Mrs John Henrichsen of Ames and the Gerrit DeWaards of Wesley were visiting. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL 4 DIRECTORY GERALD VOICT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 ' ' '-I HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling . PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W, Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton RIPORTER Js The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker ond Form Loan; And Auction Service Phone 233 |£ Fenton, Iowa THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINC5TED 21001 21Q06 20216 in Ames this week. ,. is serving a,:th«se en the'state Extension Mr and Mrs Jack Quinft visited in the William Weatherly. hofflf 1ft Pipestone t Minn. Sunday, Mf an! 'Mrs JI. A. Holmgren returned Wedne8day"'ftOnV theif winter vacation to Texas and . „ Mf and Mtt, Leonard ., eimis, Michael and Dabble pf Algona. wete Sunday \evenirig guests in' the Darryl Householder hdwe. Mr and Mrs Wayne ftec- ker and infant 8<sn, Wdytte Clin* ton, were also Sunday;'evening caller? in the Househdlder hbme,- ,Mr and Mrs .Junior Hurlburt Were Sunday callers 4n the Alfred Schadendarf home. ' Mr and'Mrs Wallace Dflnevan of Spirit Lake were Saturday aftemaonr callers In the Neva •Thompson home. •- - '- ; Mr and Mrs Jim Smith of Algona were Sunday^ callers -in the Donald Kneedler and ,0wen Berhow home. Mr and Mrs Larry Heiderscheidt and' daughter Of Algona were Sunday evening callers. Mr and Mrs Gordon Blanchard and girls of Mason City Wei'6 Friday visitors in the home 01 Mrs Maude Blanchard. Mf and Mrs Gordon Blanchard and girls and Mrs Maude Blanchard were Friday guests in the Harlan Blanchard home. • Mr and Mrs John Ramus pf Algona were Sunday guests in the Leo Ramus home. Mi* and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family of Ottosen were Sunday callers in the Donald Blanchard home and Sunday evening guests in the Maude Blanchard home. Mrs Garryl Householder and Vicki Jo were Sunday., guests in the Woodrow Pettit home, : Mrs Floyd McCain and Mrs John McCain and children Of Emmetsburg were Saturday guests in the LeRoy Klepper home. . , ' Mr and Mrs Victor-Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard and family and Mr and Mr.s Dennis Schmidt were Sunday guests in the Ben Schmidt home. '.. , •- Engagement Announced Mr, and Mrs Dale RauKaiiser of fistherVille a're announcing the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter,' Angeline Nageback, to Gerald Langeman, sort of Mr and Mrs Albert Langeman of .Fenton. ' A June wedding is being plan* ned. (UDM Engraving) A/3C Dennis Schmidt and Schmidt, left Monday for B strom Air Base in Austin, Texas where Mr Schmidt is stationed. The couple were recentlys-maK ried in Fenton. Mrs Schmidt Will return to Minneapolis where she will finish her schooling as a laboratory technician. Mr and Mrs Art 2umach, and Mr -and Mrs Leslie Baxter were Sunday callers in the Mrs Carl Zumach home in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Allwyn Lockwpod honored their daughter Linda's Confirmation Sunday. Dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Dale Lockwood, Mr and Mrs Merle LbckwoocJ and children of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Everett Lockwood and Margaret Bierstedt. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt attended 'a card party in the Everett Lockwood home Saturday evening. .V&S&yx0K8^^ CALL US , ... .AND NEW r, LOVELINESS! i & !• V *"fc *" '.»i<-«->'t' pjW.si'-'jf/i -*T **'" r*:-;* 1 ^ *$%$?•'•• '• Hair Styling • Damaged Hair • • Hair trims ' Treatments Lqels Beauty Shop Phone 99, Fenton, Iowa &&:&:C^^ HOT WATER? HERE ARE 2 QUICK, ECONOMICAL ANSWERS IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM. NEW GEO. A. CLARK ELECTRIC WATER HEATER, 50 gal. capacity. Regular Price $99.50 CftO OUR PRICE TO YOU _____ ^ W *" • NEW RHEAM GLASSLINED GAS HOT WATER HEATER, 30 gallon capacity. 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