The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1961
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r; ' July'6, 1961 >uWl*h*d fly Th* Upp«r DM MolnM Publlihlng Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCK) New* Editor izer Plant, Fenton Structure To Be (Ox 100 When Ready Fe'nion •— Construction began last Week of a new bulk'dry fertilizer blending plant on property, of the Fentbn Cooperative Ele- tfatolf, just west of the old .feeci misting, plant, the structure will bejOklOO feet in size, and is adjacent to a spur track of the North Western railroad. The one-story plant will also have storage facilities for bulk fertilizer ingredients. • . , Ibberson Co. of Sit. LrfUls.^JParfe-' Minn, and Hantelrrian Co'risttUdj tion of Fenton are handling. fhfe work. The plant will provide more dry fertilizer, more economically and quicker, 'Manager Gur.tis Liifa -slid.\THer4 .willi be 10 hold- ingS/bins in the. strUctfire,;'ahd carloald purchases of ingredients can"'be made and stored to be used when needed. The plant will do custom or E rescription blending, and can iiild any analysis that the soil may require. The decision to build the plant was made by officers of the co-op after ;.somb inonths of study, with assistance on some details from Dean Barn- 'es, county extension director. Soil testing service will also be Offered in cooperation with Iowa State. University. Art Voigt will take soil samples as requested, and these will be analyzed'to de- termine just what fertilizer assists each individual acreage may need. • The elevator is serving approximately 500 patrons of the Fenton area. ' The Fenlon Forwards,4>-H Club left June 27 for a two day stay at Vacation. Village at Okoboji. Twelve of the thirteen members wertt. They were accompanied by'their leader Mrs. Milfred Mitchell, 'rural Lone Rock and Mrs. Harold Wolter, rural Whittemore, her assistant. The Club is studying food and nutrition this year so they baked some of their own foods to take along. Mr. and Mrs. E. W* Ruske spent the weekend of June 24-25 .at:Gantflle, Iowa visiting in the George, Cretcher home. TherCrek :cher*l^daughter Mrs. r Ward RUske ;gjid her daughter ,-Renee wer<* there also. .Visitors in the Ervin Ruhnke home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs Paul Zurhach and girls and Mr. and Mrs:' William DeWall. Also •visiting there were " Mr. .and Mrs. Amos Egland of Wallmg^ ford, la. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Mrs. Emma Reimers were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Webber Yager home. Among those attending Mr, and Mrs. Chalmer Bonnickseh's Silver Wedding Anniversary in Ringsted Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haasc, Mrs. Edith Hayenga, Mrs. Donald Gross. Cheryl, and Marcia, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Voigt, Judy and Roxy, Mr. and Mrs, Charlie Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod. Mrs. Richard Theesfield had her tonsils removed at Holy Fam- Hardware Dealer, Fenion, says Wilfred Stoeber, Our Own * •* | CAN'T PROMISE YOU WON'T KICK OVER THE 'PAINT BUCKET, BUT.• •. *• ""'"•' . ' ' •••••••••.••••••••* • • ••• I personally promise you "SUPiRMIX 4-HOUR ENAMEL will take hard scrubbing without fading or your money back" It's super-washable, wears like porcelain, Wonderful for kitchen, bath or nursery — the hard wear rooms that rjeed daily cleaning.. Soft looking yet full gloss, Super-mix 4-Hour Enamel dries porcelain-hard-keeps its beauty lor years. Co* lt« Aan $2.49 moil pelnrt of ^ «»mparqbl« quality HARDWARE STOEBER Quart ily hospital in Esthervllle on Friday. She is at Home flow and feeling fine ' except for a sore throat, which is to be expected. Mr. and Mrs. frank McFall and Mr. and Mrs. John Theesfield went to the Appaloosa Horse Show at the Clay County Fair Grounds • at Spencer on" Sunday , Sunday, June 25 the McFsll reunion was. held at Wells, Minnesota: with Mr, and RJrs. Frank McFall, Orin McFall; Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfe and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Margd attending., ; Orin McFall returned home to Cedar Rapids Thursday aftai a two week visit in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey weni to Spencer Sunday to attend the Holiday Fashion show. The previous Sunday they attended the Ipwa Fashion Show at Des Moines. >* « • A blbek picnic -Was held Friday night. The block residents attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Waite • and Tammy, Mr. and ,Mrs.,..Walter Pert! and Ginger Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mr Jand-Mrs. Garry Bleckwehri, Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelrrian and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase, Mrs. Donald Gross and girls and Mrs. Edith Hayenga. This block ol families has a picnic every year and they celebrate birthday's, anniversaries and what ever else they feel is worthy of celebrating at this, special picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Burd, ,Waseca,"Minn, were'weekend and 4th of July guests in the' Marion Stucki home. The Fenion Firemen held iheir monthly meeting .Monday, June 26. Their business meeting consisted .'of completing plans foi the .'4th; of, July.'.-' ' Mr. arid Mrs. 'John Gramem visifed in the Eric Wingren horne in Port . Dodge Sunday. Other, guests' were Mr. and Mrs. Williami \Lohgnecker and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fete and family. Nadine Weisbrod and Elaine Schle'f; returned home Saturday froiri -'a' week at FreshMan' Camp at the" Methodist Camp,sGroUrids !at Okoboji. Th.e^giHsKweW*ttie only ones who went representing the Fenton Methodist Youth Felr lowship. Sunday afternoon callers in the Marion Stucki home were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase. Cheryl "and Marcia Gross. Bryan Morlensen weni lo W.a- verly Friday to bring Ron Mortensen home for the 'weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and family were dinner guests in the Elmer Grinert home Tuesday evening, June 27. Mr- and Mrs. Garry Bleckwenn were Monday evening supper guests in the Richard Stucki home. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haniel- man and family were dinner guests. in the Norman Bollinger home Thursday evening. The occasion was to celebrate Mrs. Hantelman's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Freyholi? have returned home from a week fishing trip to northern Minnesota. They report the fishing very good. Mike and Tim Burd sons of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Burd of Hawthorne, California are visiting in the Marion Stucki home. The St. John's Aid met at Depew June 2D. £!r> Tilman Egland gave the lesson. The topic of "Christian Nurture and Parish Education" was given, by Mrs. Herman Norland, Mrs. Russell Kuhn, Mrs. Bertie^ Berkland, and Mrs. Grace Johnson. The hostesses were Mrs. Percy Jacobson, Mrs. Walt Fischer, Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad, and Mrs. Lloyd Johnson. Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mrs. William DeWaU attended a Ladies Aid guest day last week at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs, Franklin Mueller and boys were Sunday dinner guests in the Art Mueller home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Mueller and William Voigt and Peggy were dinner guests in the Franklin Mueller home Monday evening to help Nick cejebrate his IQth birthday. Barbara Halverson spent the weekend visiting her parents thc- Kenneth Halversons. On Sunday they went to the wedding of Delores Jensen of Ringsted and Duane Hovick of Roland at St. Wed June 25, Fenton and Mrs. Roy Jensen visited the Deardorffs at their cottage Sunday. Dale Baring of Shell Beach, Cali. left from Des Moinea Sunday for .Miami Beach, Pla. where he will attend the convention 01 the International Brotherhood of Teamsters/Mrs. Earing and children are visiting in the parental Amanda Pettit home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick O'Donnell and family were Sunday picnic guests in the Leonard Warner home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jorgehsen in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Blanchard and family and Mrs. Maude Blandchard visited in the Gordon Blanchard home in Mason City Sunday. Mrs. Grace Davis of California .ind Lois Angus of Algona were Saturday morning callers in the home of Mrs. Maude 'Blanchard. Mrs. Garryl Householder speni Waul RIGHT Thursday, July 6, 1961 Mgona (la.) Upper De* Molne«-? Sunday • Visiting he!- brother Johnny Faith, who is a hospital patient nt Webster City. Johnny was hurt in an accident while working With a construction Co. A freak pig was born recently at the Clarence Weinzetl farm near Mallard, but died shortly after birth. The pig had two normal-sized bodies joined together near the stomachs but had one head, three nostrils, two ears and two eyes. The animal also had four normal legs and an additional set of legs, two of which were on top of the body and a leg on each of its stomachs—eight legs in all. WE WILL CUSTOM DRESS YOUR CHICKENS, FLOYD DUNCAN Fenfon Phone 55 (26-31*) Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Garry Bleckwenn, who were married June 25 at the Fenton Methodist, church. Mrs Bleckwenn'is the former Pamela Weisbrod, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod, Fenlon. Garry is the son of Mr and Mrs Gilbert Bleckwenn. Cylinder. After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home in Allus, Okla. where the groom is in the air force. R. complete wedding story appeared in-last week's Fenton Reporter . of .the, Algona tipper Des Moines. (Kirkham Studio Pjioio— UDM Engraving) ! * ', ' ' Paul's Lutheran church in Ringsted. Barbara was a waitress at the wedding reception. ; :-, Mr,' and .Mrs. Glenn Diisworih a'rili'^son.^Cl'ay 7, Of Shawnee Oklahoma, were visitors in thej Clayton Ditsworth home Thursday. Mrs;' Jessie Newel j oined, them for, dinner Thursday night. Bancroft Lady loses Fingers, Power Mower Bancroft — Mrs. Harry Looft had two fingers severed at the first joint recently when she started the lawn mower. She reached for a stick beneath the mower and got too close to the blade. She is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Cereal De Gulcr took their daughter Rita to Sioux City, Thursday where she registered to take nurses training at St. Joseph's hospital. Alice Mcnke came home from Chicago Monday and will re main until after her marriage July 11. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Eckhcart and Tom went to Emmons, Minn. Sunday where thoy attended the Miller family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. .Laurence Bergman received word from their daughter, Mrs. Leland Derner that they were now living at Redwood City, Calif., near San Francisco. Mrs. Derner H. N., is employed at Sequoia hospital there and her husband is with the United Air Lines. Mr. Derner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Derner, Whittemore. Mrs. Rose Murphy and the Cogley families attended a family reunion held at Mankato Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Becker entertained David McCleish. Lincoln, Nebr., La Donna Frio- ders, Algona, Dennis McClicsh, Kenny and Meredith Bergman and Patty Dolan at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sauer and family, Dixon, 111., came Tuesday and spent the week at the Laurence Bergman and Glenn Cowing homes. Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Koi'ls and family are vacationing in north- em Minnesota. Relatives from here attending funeral services at Buffalo Genter for the little four year old daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Qran tfushman who passed away ; suddenly Saturday,, shortly (.after, ; en rihg -tlie •Buf^alo,iC?ntet .hospit- i d Mrs. Herman Soeckhdlt, Mr. 'and'i Mrs. John Boeckholt' ana family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boeckholt and family. 1 • Mr. and Mrs. La Mont Jensen entertained a group of -relatives- arid friends at • their home Sunday evening. ' LONE ROCK By Mrs Darryl Householder onditioning In UK'S BEAUTY SHOP, PENT ON-Phone 99 For Appointment rtfffffftfffffftffffffffffftftffftfftfftfffftfftfttfff>Vft*M A group from the Lone Rock Presbyterian church is planning a bus trip to the Billy Grahani Upper Midwest Crusade at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds Sunday afternoon, July 16. Free reservations are available. Contact Mrs. Dennis Priebe and Mrs Edward Blanchard by Thursday July 6, if anyone would like tc attend, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Morlensen of Fenton were Sunday evening supper guests in the Darry! Householder home. Janice Zumach is spending the weekend in the parental Art Zumach home. Mrs. Howard Bierstedt and children were Friday callers in the Floyd Salisbury home near Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt visited Sunday at the Mrs. Arlene Bauman homo in LuVerne. Joanri Meyer of Algona and Maxine Housengay of Titonka were .Friday evening guests of Judy,Kraft in the Clarence Kraft home. Mr, and Mrs. George Kissner and family, Mrs Hugh Marlow of Burt and Linda Ramus of Lone Rock spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Ed Allers in Spirit Lake. Peter Heichen of Whitter, Cal. visited recently in th home of Mr. and JVJrs. Charles Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson. Howard and Charles were Sunday guests in the Neva Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. William Champion of Lone Rock and Mr. ana Mrs. Jesse Harms of Burt visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs William Champion, Jr. in Morris, JU. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fischei and children of Sioux Rapids came Saturday and Mrs. Fischei and the children are staying in the Alfred Schadendorf home for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lewis and Mrs. Rose Ramslock of Lakuta were Sunday guests of the Wilfred Radigs. Mrs. Roy Jensen and Mrs. Willis Cotton returned home Friday evening from a Rocky 'Mountain tour. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dcarduri't of Yale are spending some time itt 3 cottage ul Spiiit Lake. Mi. power ^ blade saw 1 Your choice of 2 model* priced from •13950 Including blid*. Now anyone can do 1,001 cutting jobs so easily! WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FREEZER SPECIAL UPRIGHT, 12 FOOT BRAND NAME- HOLDS '511 Lbs. OF FROZEN FOODS CARRIES A FULL 5-YEAR GUARANTEE This is a Regular $269.50 UNIT $235 USED APT. SIZE 4 BURNER GAS RANGE $15 WE HANDLE ALL TYPES OF PUMP REPAIRS McFall Plumbing - Heating FENTON, IOWA FENTON JOHN DEERE Parts • Sales • Service 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 RINGSTED 21001 21006 202 H FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, I A. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 1 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 Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In FenionI LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa WATCH YOUR DOLLARS GROW HERE . . . ON CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS Most dreams demand a cash foundation . .. and you can have it - by saving regularly nere. Our high dividend payments help you reach your goal more quiekly, too. So, open your account today and watch your "fancies" turn into fact! Call or come in for complete details. YOUR SAVINGS ARE FULLY INSURER UP TO $10,000 CURRENT RATE PER ANNUM QN CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK FENTON OFFICE

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