The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1961 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1961
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May 18, 1961 Published By The Upper De* Moln«rt Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON New* Editor s, 16 Tractors, Aid 111 Fenton Farmer Fenton — Good neighbors with 16 traqtprs. Thursday prepared more tKan 10(5 'acres southeast,of Fen'ton" for dorn.'• and "soybeans.' They pjowed, and, dragged 77 acres in the morning arid 2(5 more in-'the afternoon' for Harold and Ray Dreyer, wMo- farm 400 acr,es. HarolH Dreyer has been hospitalized since May 2 following KEEP HIM ALERT AND HEALTHY WITH FELCO DOG FOOD All the nutritional requirements needed by your dog ar8 found in Felco dog food. It is a well-balanced feed; highly fortified with the nutrients needed to keep your, dog in show condition the year around. Felco dog food is formu* Jated to be fed one cup per day for each 10 Ibs. of body weight. It can be fed dry or mixed as a mash. And, Felco dog food is excellent for small puppies as well as mature dogs. Keep your dog healthy . .., feed Felco .Dog Food. CONTACT... ... •• • Elevator Where You Do Business With Yourself FENTON, IOWA Ray Siosbsr, Fenlon's Our Own Hardware Dialer Says: I CAN'T PROMISE YOU WON'T FALL OfF THE LADDER BUT- I personally promise you ;;$UPERMIX ACRYLIC HOUSE PAINT will apply in damp weather or your money back" Now you don't have to wait for sunshine to paint! Supermix Acrylic sweats out dampness underneath without letting any moisture back in. It goes on almost anything- wood, metal, masonry -spreads beautifully and dries so fast you can do 2 coats the same day, Washes out of your brush with WATER . , « 3 truly remarkable paint for easy color selection csk to see ovr own »>90Q" Pecorgtor Book STOEBER HARDWARE , , . Try it!^ , Cfe j O * r »*'»* * surgery at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. With some outside help Ray has been doing his brother's chores in addition to his own. Mayor G. R. Kruse is caring for the chickens, Ed Meyer is caring for pigs and non- rriilk cows and Lloyd Bollinger is doing the milking. Plowing and dragging Thursday were Plans Baago,' Harvey, John and Kenneth Bollinger, Ray Dreyer, Lowell Fessler, Elmo Kra'use, Waldemar Laage, Ervin and Reuben Luedtke, Ed Meyer. John and Jack Munch, George Murphy, Walter Peril, and Mer-. vin Wallace. Mrs. Ray Dreyer remarked, "pedple from miles around sent in food". Helping her serve were Mrs. James Elmore, a friend from Algona; and Mesdames Baaeo. Everett Dreyer, L; J. Dreyer, Elmer Krause, Ben and Reuben Luedtke, and Ed Meyer. Plan Plant Sale The Legion Auxiliary met Friday in the home of Mrs. Elmer Grienert. Guests were Mrs. Ed Reimers and Mrs. Lloyd Bleckwenn. Plans were completed for the annual Poppy and plant sale which will, be held Saturday, May 20th. This is o'ne week earlier then the usual date. The p^ant sale will bo held at the Fenton Community center. Lunch will be served throughout the day.' $2.50 was sent rto the Glenwood State School, and a birthday gift was .sent to the sponsored child at Glenwood. The June meeting will be with Mrs. Arnold Hansen. New Sentral Teacher Mrs. J. J. Nugent, Algona, will teach homemaking and 9th English or Spanish. She is a graduate 'of Brim- Cliff College, Sioux City, la. Mrs. Nugent will commute from Algona as her husband is an assistant cashier in an Algona bank. To Give Music Lessons Instrumental music lessons will be available again this surnme.- for students attending Sentral Community Schools. This program is sponsored by the school district so there is no charge made for the lessons. Due to the number of pupils involved, it will probably • be necessary to limit private instruction to students in grades four through nine. If possible, lessons will begin on June 5th and they will be arranged so. that there ?,will .be no conflict with the Summer recreation program. Lessons will be given by Warren Jones at the Sontrnl High School building. Honor Senior Girls Senlral senior girls were gutv;::- at the annual senior tea by the Fenton Town and Country Woman's Club Veld Monday at the Algona Hotel. Mrs. John Waitc, committee chairman, spoke words of welcome to the girls. Mrs. Donald Shaw played a violin solo with piano accompaniment by Mrs. Arnold Hanson. Mrs. Eugene Huskamp read an original poem entitled 'A Tribute to the Senior Girls'. A quiz-show w)i conducted with the following participating, Mrs. Jack Gcrhart, Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Judy Berkland, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Loveda Kohlwes, Mrs. Clarence Yager and Colleen Collins. The quiz-show script was written by Mrs. Arlo Ranney. Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, club president and Mrs. Lyle Newel, vice- president, poured. Mr. and Mrs. Don Berryman ot Quiney, Illinois, are parents of a 6 Ib. 12 oz. daughter born Thursday, May 11. She has been named Beth Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hanlelman of Fenton arc the maternal grandparents. Ten members of the LWML oi St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, and 14 members of the Fair- vjlle Society were in attendance at ihe spring rally of the Lutheran Womans Missionary League held at Whittcmore last Wednesday. St. Luke's of Fairville was hosi to the spring Walther League'and Talent Festival held at St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mantelman drove to Minneapolis, Sunday. They visited with Susan Hantelman, a student at Abbott Hospital School of Nursing, and enroute home visited the 1 Hilbert Hantehnans at Mankalo. Mr. and Mrs. Tod Meier and Cleo. of Whittemore were. Saturday evening visitors in the Martin Hanlelmali home. , Mr. and Mis. Arnold Hanseri. Randa and Roger were Saturday evening dinner guests in the Peter N. Hansen home at Kingsted. Plan Summer Recreation, Sentral Area Fenton — The summer recreational program carried out in the Sentral Community School District during the past two summers will be continued this summer for students' in the Sentral Community Schools. James Woltz, Junior High Coach.during the past year, w'ill direct the program. The student insurance policies purchased last fall will remain in effect until August 25. This policy covers all school- sponsored activities. «, Students from the Fenton area will continue going to Armstrong for swimming on Monday and Thursday. The Seneca and Lone Rock students will go to Swea City on' Tuesday and Friday Monday, June 12th will be the starting date for swimming. A child must be at least sbi years of age to be eligible to participate in this program. The summer baseball program as outlined ty Mr. Woltz is as follows: Pee Vvees—Any boy who was 12 before Jan. 1, 1961 is not eligible for this team. Midgets— Any boy who was 15 before Jan. 1, 1961 is not eligible for tht Midgets. All games and practices will begin promptly at 2 p.m. Practices will alternate between Lorn Rock and Fenton. A schedule of these events, has been made any will be followed unless notified otherwise. Each person participating will be provided with one of these schedules. A player must be supplied with his own personal i equipment. Bats, and catcher's equipment arc furnished by the school. Any boy who graduates this year is eligible to coMpele in the high school summer program. Also any boy who is presently in the eighth grade may compete without affecting his future eligibility. All High School ganiiv and practices begin at (i p.m. Sprisig Program Woman's Club Fenton — 'It Might as Wo 11 Be Spring' was the theme of t* breakfast and program Tuesday morning in the Methodist church dining room for the Fenton Woman's Club and thoir guests. Table grace was by Mrs. Harvey Walker. Mrs. Ray Sloebor, chairman, Mrs. Hilbcrl B'.ersledi and Mrs. Homer Matthic.sen presented the following program: Reading, . by Mrs. Uierstcdl: songs, 'Joy of Spring', 'Spring Antics' and 'Oh, What a Beautiful Morning', by seven Freshmen girls from Sentral High School, accompanied by Mrs. Warren Jones.- The girls were JoAiin Breese, Linda Ranius, Cheryl Gross, Carol Shaw, Lynn Ki-rber Judy Geitzenauer and Mary ll:in- telman. A humorous reading, by Mrs Matthiesen and a skit, Spring Romance, in which the only won! uttered was 'Ah'. Mrs. Bicrsledl played the housemaid; Mrs. la nest Votteler was the girl; Mrs. Matthiesen, the boy; Mrs. W;H'ie.u Stoeber, girl's; Mrs. Clayton Dksworth, girl's father; f>i.:> ; Arlo Ranney, jewel thief; a,HI Mrs. E. J. Frank, policeman. 1 ALUMINUM NO. 14 SCOOP 5HOVEL WITH EACH TON HOG FEED Purchased between now and 15th of June. DUNCAN PRODUC Hostesses were the Mesdames E. \V. Ruskc, Edward Bruhn, Ervin Johnson, and Lester Weisbrod. Hi Berkland Gets 2 Honors Thru Iowa State William Berkland of Fcntor! has received double honors at loxva State University this spring. He is one of 11 in the nation selected for a scholarship by the U.S. Depl. of Agriculture to work in their soil conservation service during the summer. He will work with the photography >and motion picture section of the SCS information division. He 'also has received a $200 journalism scholarship given by the Spokesman-Press of Grudy Center. This award was made at the annual journalism awards banquet. He is majoring in journalism. Sentral Picks Band Queen Mienke, Dale Weisbrod and Roger Jensen were elected as new members on ithc board of directors. Fenton — Sus;m Montgomery has been selected as Scntral's Band queen for the Mason City Band Festival to be held on June 131.1-1. Susan is an outstanding student of Sontral High. She has been very active in both, vocal and instrumental music^She has been a cheerleader for basketball and football for three years. She was a member of both the Junior and Senior class plays. She has held a number of class offices and has served on the student council. ' Susan is an active member ot the Presbyterian church at Lone Rock. She will enroll at Cue College at Cedar 'Rapids this fall. Rally Day For 4-H Girls At S-City, May 27 Speaker for the Kossuth County girls' 4-H Rally Day, May 27, will be Harvey Johnson of Forest City who was an International Farm Youth Exchange delegate to the Union of South Africa in 19GO. He is one of 03 young men and women from Iowa who have participated in this program. During his five and one-halt months in South Africa, Johnson lived with 17 farm families in different parts of the country. The girls' 4-H Rally Day will be held at the Swea City School, May 27 with registration starting at ' 2:00. Besides hearing Mr. Johnson, the girls will hold their annual business meeting, including the election of officers. Susan Nitchals, county 4-H president, will preside. Parents and guests arc welcome to attend. Awards Night, Senfral High Fenion — The annual Award Night will be held at the Sentral high school on Tuesday, May 23 at 8 p.m. The program will consist of a short band concert played by the grade and Junior high school bands under the direction* of Le Roy Bras, and Warren 'Jones. Athletic. music, commercial and home-making awards will be presented by the coaches, music instructors and faculty members. Certificates of Promotion will be given to members of the eighth grucle who have completed their work. Senfral Band Mothers Elect New Officers Lone Rock — The last regular g for the cnrrcnit school year of'the Sentral Band Mothers wns hold May 10, at the Sentral school. A concert was presented by the combined grade schools band under the direction of LcRoy Bras FriVuwing this the jr. high band played several selections. Warren Jones is director of the junior high group. The Band Mothers decided to buy five pair of trousers for the Majorettes. New Bund Mothers officers for 19GI-G2 are: president, Mrs Lorenz Geitzenauer; Mrs Frank Dreyer, vice president; Mrs. Olul Norland, secretary; Mrs Hiarold Wehrspan. treasurer, Mesdames Andrew Stefanski, George Thursday, May 18, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Des Maine*— TREE CARVING Mrs. Clarence DeGroote, of Shell Rock, has a piece of wood from a huge tree which had been felled and cut up for burning wood. As Mr. DeGroote split the log, it broke in such a way as to expose the core of the tree. On that core were carved the initials, M. J. P. J. I. M. They estimated that there had been some 35 annual rings growing around the part on which the initials had been carved. MOORE BUSINESS FORMS All sizes. Upper Des Moines Of Eice Supply Dept., Phone CY 41535. Aigoha. I WE HAVE HI INCLUDING - 404A HOMER MATTHIESEN Phone 141 — Fenton Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 FENTON 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 GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 ,—.-^.—... , U.I. I I HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE Fo.r Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fenion! LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa EARL'S WATCH & BANDS REPAIR , i OPTICAL SCREWS NECKLACE CLASPS , LOCATED AT ANDREASEN'S INS. BLDG. RINGSTED (17-20 YOUR AN IS FRED NORT FRANCHISED DEALER for Fenfon & Seneca Twps. in Kossuth County, and Independence, Fairfield & Fern Volley Twps. in Palo Alto County. SPECIAL PRICES ON FLY SPRAY i' & I WILL BE CALLING ON YOU. ALL WATKINS PRODUCTS ARE GOOD AND GUARANTEED. YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE MUCH APPRECIATED. FRED MORTENSEN FENTON, IOWA Phone 87 ENTER TODAY! WIN. All-expense paid air trip . for two to Washington, D.C. Q a $300 wardrobe HI a 3-piece set of matched luggage II Westing* house transistor radio El and a portable TV set a 2 Runners-Dp — Luggage; Transistor radio. RULES! Any lo.i j gill who is single; between 16 and 21; parents actively engaged in fanning, is eligible, lin- ployees and families ot the WMT Stations and tleitii., Li?In and Power Co. are ineligible. Secure OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANKS at WMT Stations or Iowa Electric Light and Powei Company. Spa.ur.d-By WMT STATIONS a «d IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER COMPAHY

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