The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1961 · Page 15
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-»-" • — June 1, 1961 Bear Hunters Lucky! No Made Appearance Fenteij J— Don Priebe of Fenton and hie cousirl, JBehnis Priebe of Lohe Rock, returned last Thursday from, a week's fishing and .hunting- trip into Canada. The fishing was reported as fa'ir, although not large in size. The yotmg men, armed with only bows and afrrbws, lalso were looking for 'bear. They found signs, but fit)' "acltlal bears were sighted?" Which is—perhaps—jUst as well. 6'n their return, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Priebe and family, minus Dpli, then took off on a fishing trifj of I th&r own, also, into Can- add for a few days. Wednesday Concerts Planned Municipal band concerts will be held this summer in Fenton on Wednesday evenings, instead of Saturday as in the pfast.;Fen- toh Stores will not be open ,Wednesday evenings, however. Warren Jones, Scntral band instruc- tofj will direct the municipal band. Skating plans; »for. Saturday nights', will'soon be' announced at the n8W outdodr •' ioller rink in the Femon pfcrk. $140 dancer Funds Mrs. Raymond Stoeber an- nounces that Fenton - contributed $140.00 to the recent fund drive of the American Cancer Society. Mrs. Stoeber organized the workers for the town of Fenton. Mrs. Ray Priebe and John Theesfield contacted people on Main Street. Residence canvassers were Mesdames Ernest Votteler, Homer Matthiesen, Richard Theesfield, Edward Priebe, Marion Stuckij Frank McFall, Edward Bruhn, Walter Pertl, Ervin Johnson, S. E. Straley, Fred Newel, and Dufi Steinberger. Mrs. Ray Dreycr and Mrs. Reuben Luedtke went to Forest City, on Wednesday to get Mary Alice Rossiter, who just completed her first year of college there. On Thursday they took her to the Walther, League Camp at Okoboji where she will be employed foi the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Benson, Arnold Jacobson and Leroy Sorenson of Minneapolis were weekend guests in the Oscar Sorenson home. Last Sunday guests in the Sorenson home were Mrs. Ingri Skartvet and sons of St. James, Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod i&XX&®IXB!&^^ CALL US [X • . AND NEW LOVELINESS! Permanents • Hair Color • Hair Styling. • Damaged Hair • Hair Trims Treatments Ldels Beauty Shop Phone 99, Fenton; Iowa jG»a53ce»2aa-0«aa«as0^«m^ " "Wilfred gioeber, Fenion's Our Own Hardware Dealer Says I CAN'T PROMISE YOU ' WON'T 'PAINT YOURSELF INTO A CORNER BUT... I personally promise you "SUPERMIX TLASTI-FILM' VARNISH will protect wood without yellowing or your money back" Crystal clear! Never yellows or darkens! Heavy duty all purpose Plasti-Film provides a perfect weather-resistant finish over wood, stone, brick or masonry, Use it inside op outside — hot or cold water and alcohol can't hurt it. Sets in 30 minutes - dries hard in 4 hours.., Need varnish?... Ask for Super. Plasti-Fijm. , Coitt leu than pioil vorniltiei of sompqrable quality STOEBER HARDWARE $2.89 Quart were entertained at supper Sufi* day eveningy in the Carl Priebe home, Mr. and Mrs. fidw. Schlei attended high school graduation exercises of Daryl Schlei at Klemme, last week. They were later luncheon guests in the Hermit Schlei home. Guests in the Lloyd Berkland home in honor of Judy's graduation were Mr. and Mrs. TfUman Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grethen and farhily ( Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Berkland and family all of Cylinder, Mr. ahd Mrs. Martin Berkland of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berkland. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebe, Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber and family, Mr, and .Mrs. Paul Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gerhart afl of Fenton Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Busch and son, Mr. 'and Mrs. M ar t m Olsen all of Ringsted and Mr. arid" Mrs. Arnold Olsen and family of Anri- strong. , Members of the Fenton - Towrt- ship Homemakers went to Union Slough, for their annual picnic this year. The fifteen ladies present enjoyed a tour of the area preceding 1 their picnic luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Don Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs, Carl Berkland and family and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Berkland attended commencement exercises at the Cylinder school and were later luncheon guests at the Dorcas Hall. The bccasiori honored graduates, Larry Berkland and Ronnie Hoist. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Thomp r son and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland were recent evening visitors in the Ed Bruhn home to help Mrs. Priebe observe her birthday anniversary. Rev. and Mrs. David Vigen and family were honored at a farewell party Sunday evening, May 28 at 7:30 at the Blakjer Lutheran church. The Vigen family will .move' this week to Fergus Pall, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Luedlke and family of Parkers Prairie, Minn., spent .the weekend visiting Mr. Luedtke's parents, the Herman Luedtkes, and other reU atives and friends here. Mr. Luedtke.,'farms near Parkers Prairie. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Voitelet and frjeiids frotm Des .l^oinep^are Vacatiirnrig^hy'tGatiada-' for^wvt • eral days. Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Mrs. Emma Reimers, Mrs. Amos Finriestad and .Mrs.. Nettie Yager entertained at bridge Tuesday at Mrs. Ranney's. Mrs. Clarence Wegener won high, Mrs. Rex Wolfe, second, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, draw, and Mrs. Lyle Newel, low prize. Mrs. Gaylord Johnson entertained her club at bridge on Friday. Mrs. Arlo Ranney won high, Mrs, E. C. Weisbrod, low. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bprch- ardt attended the tulip fesetival the past week in Orange City. Mr. arid Mrs. Axel Peterson'arc building an 'addition on the west of their house in Fenton. Mrs. J. R. Helmer has been a patient the past three weeks in the Holy Family Hospital, Es- thervillc. Her condition is fail- Mrs. Helmer spent the winter in Chicago with her daughter ana sons. Oito R. Jensen, Russel Jensen and Dick O'Donnell, the latter two of Lone Rock, left the past week for JVCr. Jensen's cottage on Bowstring Lake, Minn. Russel and Dick will spend a few days; Otto will remain for the summer months. Becky Householder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Householder, recently was graduated from beauty school in Mason City, and now is managing a beauty shop in Ruthven. iShe spent the past weekend with her parents here.. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager, Mr. and Mrs. • Lloyd Kern, Mrs. Amanda Kern attended the funeral Saturday of Mrs. Mar> Kern, Coleman, South Dakota. Mrs. Kern had been ,ill for sev eral months. Janet Behne, student nurse, has returned to Rochester, Minn., after several week's vacatior here with, her mother, Mrs. Florence Behne. A dinner was held in her honor on Thursday night. Guests included Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Callahan of Kanawha, Miss Agnes Goetsch, Mrs. Richard Goetsch, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Vqigt and James, Mr. and Mrs, Morris Mitchell Mr.- and Mrs. Arnold Heller and family of Marble Rock, are spending several days with Rev. and Mrs. Eddie Silrum of Badger, Minnesota. Mrs. Heller and Mrs. {Silruin are daughters of the Mitchells. Rev. and Mrs. Silruro are recent parents of a new boy, Irving. Edna Hantelman of Pubuque has been 'a guest the past two weeks of Mi\ and Mrs. Ed Bruhn. Tuesday the Bruhns look Miss Hantelman to Sheffield to visit the Rev. and Mrs. Harry Dieter. During the winter Miss Hantelman broke her hip. She is a sister of Mrs. Dieter, and both we cousins of Mrs. Bruhn. Mrs, Yemen Perfect spent the past week visiting her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph, Weisbrod and her mother, Mrs. Blanche Huskamp. Mr, Perfect and daughter Darrjall arrived tw the weekend. The three returned to their home in Chicago Tuesday. _ . FentonMan Ordained In Priesthood Frank Eigler of Fcnton > Wednesday attended the Honors Con- Vocation at Maiikato State College. Beth Ann, daughter of Mrs. .Newel, will be graduated June 2nd cum laudc from a 4-year course in elementary education. Beth Ann did her practice teaching last fall at the William Budd school in Fairmont. ((JDM Engraving) Fenlon — Rev. Maurice Eugene Krause was ordained in the priesthood, Saturday^ May 27, 1961, at 9 a.m. in the Cathedra* of the Epiphany, Sioux City, la.,* by the Mpst Rev. . Joseph M. Mueller, Bishop of Sioux City. Maurice Krause, pic't ur e d above, was born Sept. 9, 1934 at Whittemore. He is the son of the late .Mr. and Mrs. Arnold H. Kjrause of- Fenton. He received his grade school and high school education at Fenton, and then spent three years of liberal arts at Crosier Seminary in Onamia, Minn. At Crosier, he finished second in his class scholastically. He then transferred to St., John's University in Collegeville, Minn, and spent two. years majoring in philosophy and minoring in Edu- datipn with a teaching field in Latin. He graduated from- St. John's University in 1957 with a B.A. Degree in philosophy. He spent the last four years in theological 'studies at Mount Saint Bernard Seminary, Dubuque. During the past,four summers he has 'attended Creighton University in Omaha working on a-M. SvvD^gree'iri : Science of education with^armihor in Latin. He is-directing his M.S. Degree towards the principal's 'certificate. As for activities in his senioi year at Fenton, he received honorable mention for the Iowa a\l-i state team in basketball. He spent three years playing for the college division basketball <team at Crosier Seminary. He spent ont summer as >a left handed pitcher for the Mountain Iron baseball team while working on the iron range of northern Minn. Ii> 1955 he won the doubles tennis tournament at Crosier with Kenneth Gasper of Bridgewaler; S. D., a.' his partner. While at Crosier hi- also participated in dramatics and took part in plays. His First Mass was Monday, May 29, 1^61, at St. Michael's church, Whittemore at 1U:30 a.m. A reception look place at 7:45 p.m. in the parish hall, preceded by Solemn Benediction at 7:30 p.m. He is ordained a priest for the Sioux City Diocese, and will work in that diocese. His assignment has not yet been given. He will attend summer school at Creighton irom July 4th to July 25tn. Beth Newel Is CumLaude M.S.C. Grad Church School Begins June 5 At Fenfon Fenton — Methodist Vacation Church School will begin Monday, June 5, and meet each day through Friday, June 9, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. with one halt ' : hour for lunch, -12:00 to 12:30. Theme of this year's school is ! personal and group relationships. Teachers are kindergarten, Mrs. Donald Root, Mrs. Curtis Lura, Carol Shaw; primary, Mrs. Donald Shaw, Mrs. Florence Behne, Peggy Voigt, Nadine Weisbrod; junior, Mrs. Harvey Walker, Mrs. Dennis Henricksen, Wayne Stoeber, Don Vager. Classes are for children entering kindergarten this fall to those who will enter seventh grade. 200 At Open House, Approximately 2'QO attended the open house of Mr. and Mrs. ,Roy Peterson Saturday. , Winners *of the prizes were as follows: : first, the hammock, Curtis Lura; second, the table lamp, Mrs. £red Mortenson; third, the umbrella, Mrs. Arlo Ranney. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Newel of Hartley spent Thursday in Fenton visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Johnson, and Mr. and Mrsi Charles Newel. During the Sunday Fenton Methodist Church service May 28, I Dale Weisbrod, chairman of the {Memorial Committee, presented 'the following: file for choir music in memory of Pearl Stouten berg Lindsey; lighting fixtures :|or youth chapel, Donald Freder- flck Root; lectern for primary department, Anna Wagner Weisr brod. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod spent Friday evening in' Eslherville. ,Mrs Weisbrod visited Mr. and Mrs John Light at the rest horm there. Mr. and Mrs., Martin Hantelman were Wednesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted A'leicr. Whittemore. The Meiers entertained in honor 'of their daughter, Cleo, who was graduated from the Whittemore Higi. School. Miss Meier will cntci nurse's training in Albert Lea Minn. Mr. Meier is a brother o! Mrs, Hantelman. A tenant house owned by Mrs. George Siems. has been moved to a lot west of Dale Weisbrod's home. William Bruhn, employed by Hantelman Bros., is purchasing the house. A banquet honoring Sunday Fenlon — Beth Ann Newel, daughter of Mrs. Jessie L. Newel of Fenlon, will be a graduate of Mankato State College, June 2nd. The Mankato State College Hpnors Convocation was held May 24. Beth, who is a Cun Laudc graduate, was one of the persdris'honored'on this occasion She had also been nfmed a£ one of the six outstanding gfaduato in the Elementary Education Division. In the fall she will be teach ing 4th grade in Wayzata, Mini. Newel «uid Mrs. School teachers and the super* intendent was held Friday evening in the Fairville Luthertm Church. Mrs. Norman Bellinger Was toastmistress. Rev. R. D. EC- kelman spoke and showed a film on church work. Apprdximately 70 people attended. Richard, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Roy Peterson, is in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, attending a lino- leunvlaying school sponsored by the Armstrong Cork Co. Richard, a graduate this year of Sentral High School, will be gone for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the confirmation at St. John's Lutheran Church of their daughters Mary ana Becky. Guests included Susan Hantelman of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Schmidtke of Morrislown, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman of Mankato; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Larson and family of Redwood Falls, Minn.; Roy Homan, 'Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman and Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stucki, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki and Julie are vacationing for several days in northern Minnesota. Jeffrey Stucki is a guest of his grandparents, Mr. >and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, during his parent's absence. The Meihodisl WSCS will mee) in the church parlors, Thursday, June 1st. Word has been received from Mrs. Gladys Smith of Sacramento that she will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber in Mesa, Ariz., the first part of June, for several weeks. She and 'her boys, Chan arid Jim, Wlli make the trip via train. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne of Fenton also plan a trip to Mesa while Mrs. Smith is there. Mrs. Smith is a sister of Mi 1 . Stoeber. , Mrs. Wendell Rusch enleriain- ed Sunday evening at dinner in honor of Mr. Rusch's birthday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Rusch and daughters, Frank Schal|in, Mr. and Mrs. Art Rusch, all of Whittemore; Mr, and Mrs. Frank McFall, Fenton Fenfon, 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 FELCO SPECIAL DRYLOT SUPPLEMENT PUTS THE POLISH ON HOGS Round and sleek —that's'the way they finish out Ott Special Drylot Supplement. This Special Supplement con* tains everything a top hog should have to take top market prices. Use this special supplement from 8 weeks to marketing . , , you'll increase your profits plenty. Feed it either cafeteria or in complete feeds using five parts grain and one part Drylot for hogs 50-100* and eight to one for hogs 100# to market. You'll get a double advantage too, for Felco feeds are superior in quality, and the Margin i» passed back to you in lower costs. CONTACT,.. FENTON Co-Op Elevator Where You Do Business With Yourself FENTON, IOWA Publlihdd By Th* Upper DM MotnM PublUhltifl Co., Algeria, Iowa MRi ARDffH HALVERSON Gcittbr Thursday, June 1, 1961 Alflona (la.) Upper De% Moln6s-7 2 REASONS Why Farmers dre "ffftttft VETTER HAY CONDITIONERS MSTfR/ • RUGGED BUILT, TESTED, AND PROVEN FOR SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE! • PRICED SO LOW THAT ALL FARMERS WHO CAN USE IT CAN AFFORD TO BUY III $499.56 Bniymo TO YOUR FARM Now you can afford fe own tta hay 1 condit!6n« thaf ft ritoJt ruggncJ built, and has all the good features you wanted. T«ied arid proven In ill kinds cfliay, It's built to give ydars of trouble fra« performance. NO OtHER CONDITIONER OFFERS SO MANY FEATURES AT SUCH LOW PRICES Made Poiilble Through Mid. Av.ll.hl. T« You Thrdbgh WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa ' YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE A PRIZE- WINNING CHEF TO APPRECIATE THE NEW WESTINGHOUSE FLAMELESS ELECTRIC RANGES ', HA 1961 Westinghouse Diamond Jubi- ''< lee Range. It's quality-built Fine-tuning con| trots provide five marked heat settings arid an 1 Infinite selection,of heats between ssttings | for every cooking preference. H Easy to keep \ Sparkling clean, with removable | . oven door, plug-out oven heaters and | tilt-out surface units. B All models carry the*Good Housekeeping Gu$r- i antee Seal for your assurance. < I IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY 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 • •'".. • •" •••••! HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W, Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER 1$ The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fenton! LLOYD M, BERKLAND Licensed Real Estgte Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa

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