The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1961 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1961
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«'. \ -^T;^'i.;^;'- ••/••' September 28, 1961 6-Alfl6no (la.) Upper Dei Maine* Thursday Sept. 28, 1961 Plan Fallout Shelter Talk By Algona Mayor Shortly Fenlon *— The Fenton Community Club held its regular monthly meeting on Monday Sept,, 18. William Hantelman president, presided with 25 members present. Saturday, Decem- picked as the day for anta visit Fenton with bag of treats and mov- Community Center. .Priebe, Arnold Harisen , and Burnette Heine were chosen as the committee to help Santa and to decorate Fenton's streets for his arrival. A discussion was held on fallout protection in case of enemy bomb attack. It was voted to ask Mayor Shierk oi Algona, who is the Civil Defense chairman for this area, to speak at the next club meeting. People of the community should watch this paper for further particulars and if he will speak the public may be invited for his talk. Gerald Voigt reported to the group that it appears that the road going west of Fenton in Palo Alto county may be resurfaced .with concrete and will connect with- the Depew-Cylinder concrete road in the next year or so. Two new Sentral teachers were guests and were introduced. Band Mothers Party On Monday evening, Sept. 18 the Sentral Band Mother officers were hostesses to a reception ai the Sehtral school. Mrs. Lawrence Geitzenauer, Lone dent, introduced Rock, presi- the faculty members, the school board members, the Secretaries, janitor and cooks of the Sentral school. Each member was presented with a corsage or boutonniere and responded with a brief .comment on their summer activities. Coffee and cookies were served. Woman's Club Meets The Town and Country Womans Club resumed their fall program in the home of• Mrs. John Struecker with Mrs. Warren Jones, co-hostess. Mrs. Clarence Yager newly elected president presided over the business meeting, Plans were made for the annual children's Halloween party, with Mrs. Donald Shaw as program chairman and Mrs. Eugene' Huskamp as food chairman. Judging of the costumes a! the Community Center will begin at 7:30 p.m. followed by cartoons and lunch. All children of the area are welcome to compete for prizes. Mrs. William Hantelman and Mrs. Arnold Hansen presented the program on fine arts of several Latin American countries. Mrs. Hantelman dis- NOf.;.. from Your STANDARD OIL TANK MAN /.;. INSURANCE PROTECTION On Your Budget Plan Payments AT NO COST TO YOU! Standard Oil Issues You An Insurance Policy FREE so that your budget plan payments are INSURED in case of (1) Accident (2) Sickness (3) Death YOU GET STANDARD QUALITY AND A BUILT-IN "PEACE OF MIND" SEE JIM MEYER Your Standard Oil Man FENTON - PHONE 44 LONE ROCK - WA 5-3015 played a number of handmad articles from Mexico. Mrs. Raymond Sioeber, Mrs Paul Eigler, Mrs. Ernest Rusk and Mrs. George Murphy were hostesses to seven tables o bridge at the Plantation Ballroom Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 19. Mrs E. H. Dreyer won high score Mrs. Amos Finnestad secom high and Mrs. Retta Eigler low Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stuck Dennis and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrec Stoeber and Wayne were las Tuesday evening dinner guests of the Richard Stuckis. The oc casion was in honor of Wayne Dtmnis and Mrs, Richard Stuckis birthday anniversaries and the Marion Stuckis wedding anniver sary. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Burd, Wa seca, Minn., were Thursday anc Friday guests of the Marion Slue, kis, Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Synder Storm Lake were last week visitors of Mrs. R. C. Goetsch. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Burd/Waseca, Minn, were Thursday evening dinner guests of the • Richard Stuckis. : ' Mr. and'Mrs. M. P. Nernitz, Mr. and Mrs. Art Rusch,and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher of Lotts Creek spent a few days fishing last week in Minn.,. Ottertail county. -Mr.';and Mrs. Nemitz 'stopped in Osakis, Minn, on there way home to visit with Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Nordine and family, former Lone Rock'Presbyter- ian minister. ,- , • Mr. and Mrs. Monte Hiaft, rural Cylinder, announce the recent marriage of Mr. Hiatt's daughter, Margaret . Hiatt Kuhl, to Fred Wobdhouse, at Bethany Lutheran church, Spencer. The couple is at home on a farm near Linn Grove. Last Sunday dinner .guests ai the : home-.df Mrs. Florence Saxton and "Marquis were Mr. and Mrs. : Harold Saxtoh and family, Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Saxton and family, Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Elaine" Saxton ana family, Estherville and Mrs. Saxtons mother,- Mrs. 'Mary C. Hansep.i phe occasion 1 was in honor;;of Mrs/ Florence Saxtons birthday anniversary. Mrs. Mary C. Hansen was happily surprised last Tuesday morning when her brother^ '.his wife and daughtei* arrived yfrom O'Neil, Nebr. for a visit. The welcome company .were- ^M^. and Mrs, George Moti and Mrjy.Ethel Frisch^-They were;'fa)ts6' "'going to \Hsit a sister in Boon^'iand a nephew Dr. L. O. Mott and family in Ames. Tuesday afternoon callers in the home of Mrs. Florence Saxton were Mr. and' Mrs. 'George Mott and Mrs. Ethel Frisch of O'Neil, Nebr. and Mrs. Mary C. Hansen.' Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske attended the Tri-State Dental Study club Sept. 15 and 16 at Hotel Leamington in Minneapolis. Dr. Ruske is an executive officer in the three state club. Menkir Esayas of Ethiopia, a student at Waldorf College in Forest City, will speak at the Lutheran Laymen's League meeting at St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton Tuesday evening, Oct. 10th at 8 p.m. The congregation and public are cordially invited to attend. l»ubllih»d By th* Upp*r t)w Motnw '; ; PobtUhitifl &,, Ajgdna, Iowa '-. MRS, VANICI syueki V ^ Barbara HalVflfaon. id spending the week with her parents 'Be$re starting her second year at Luthi eran Bible Institute in Minne"- apolis. She 'has worked this, stini< mer at World Widd Ijlc. in""~3Vfln- noapolis. Thursday evening guesis. b.' home .Friday fishing trip to Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Heine' Were Mr. arid Mrs. Donald- Priebe, TMft and Mrs. Kenneth krause, Mrs, Ronald Bier and Mr. and 'Mrs Chuck Schaffer, .Algona, , , Thursday evening guests OJ Mr. and Mrs. Roelf Miller werd Mr, and Mrs. Fred Eckhardt and family, Bancroft. Sunday' visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Jvlelviri Rick* lefs and family, Titonkg. t ' B. G. Berkland returned horrie from Holy Family hospital in v ES- therville last Tuesday. Mrs. John Munch suffered a slight heart attack Thursday eve- rting. She was taken by ambu-' lance, to Holy Family hospital in Estherville where her 'condition is much improved. She will remain in the hospital for awhile for observation. , •,';'• Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Harold spann returned from a ten day White River Lake, Eastern On-" tarip; Canada. They report ,,the fishing 'not very good but 'the scenery beautiful. Mrs. Layon Steihberger ahc beys visited Sunday with the Rex Swanson family in "Arnolds Park. • ; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Olsen Los Angeles, Cal. are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Bertel Berkeland. Olsen is Mrs. Berkeland's Brother. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Potrais and girls, Alta, visited over'the weekend with 'relatives and friends in the Fenton area. The Virginia Circle of the Vlethodist WSCS met Sept. 18 at the home of Mrs. Dennis Henricksen with , Mrs. Verna' Love- ioy as co-hostess. Mrs. • Clarence ifager led the worship and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod presented 'ihe program. There were seventeen members present. The Marlys Circle of the Methodist WSCS' met -'Sept. 21 at-the lome of Mrs. Derwpod Voigt with Mrs. Clifford Douglas as/Co hostess. Mrs. Ernest Ruske'- led he worship ,and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs presented the program. TAKE THE WORK OUT OF ouse Painting! Nothing Else Like New "Homogenized" Gilt Edge Siding and Shake Paint For Fast, Easy Coverage Of Shingles, Shakes, and Lap Siding! • NEW FLAT FINISH • NO GLOSS, NO GLARE, NO SHINE • NO MIXING OR STIRRING ! Once we've made the color of your choice, you never Aiave to mix or stir. Just lift the lid, dip jthe brush and start painting ! • \^O COLOR GUESSWORK! Choose exactly what you want from more than 900 Gilt Edge Charmony Colors and White! • NO RUNNING, DRIPPING OR SPLATTERING! No fuss, no muss, no after-painting mess to clean up! • NO THINNING - except for spray painting • ONE STROKE DOES IT! No going over normally hard-to-paint shake and shingle surfaces to cover crevices thorough- FENTON LUMBER CO SiRVICI - QUA LITY - ECONOMY Homemaker Unit, Fentonfwp; Elects Officers Lone Rock — Fenton Township Homemakers ' Club r held their organizational tea" at the home of Mrs. Gerald Radig, September 15, With Mrs-,, Harold Holmgren and "Mrs. Henry Sch- rpeder as hostesses. 'A demonstration "Centerpieces", was given "-• Rites Monday At Mrs. Johnson Fentoh 1 -/Mrs/ Gay"loi$ > John son, 60, lifelong 'Kossuth • county resident died of "heart failure' a 5:30 a.m. Saturday,' Sept.. 23 , a the Holy Family h&spital in Estherville. Mrs. Johnson had been ill several years 'and had been hospitalized ,in ,'E^the.rville 'for about six-weeks. f 'i'. Mrs. Johnson, daughter, of Mr' and Mrs. .Lewis J. Newel, *was born 2V6 miles northeast of Fenton, Detember 21, 189*4. • Clara Newel and Gaylord Johnson • were married in Algona in March, 1916 and,have lived on a farm'nearly all of their.mar- ried life. ,'• ' Mrs. Johnson. is survived by her husband and two brothers Charles H. Newel, rural Fenton and LeRoy^. Newel, Hartley. She is a member of .the Fenton Methodist church where she wag confirmed and served as .the first Womans Society of Christian Service president. She w&s also a member of the American Legion Auxiliary and attended school in. Fenton. Family services .were held Monday at, the farm home two miles northeast of Fenton and 2 p.m. services were held at the Fenton Methodist church with Rev. H. A. .Walker officiating. Burial was'at the'Methodist cemetery. " < The pallbearers were nephews Lyle Newel, Franklin >Nawel, Loren Johnson, Kenneth Johnson, Mervin Johnson and • Larry 'Johnson. Thomas Funeral Chapel was in charge of art-angements. 250 Register At Elevator's Open House Day Fenton — With about 250 registrations, the recent open hoUse for the new bulk fertilizer mixing plant at" the • Fentoh Co-Op Elevator'enjoyed "a fine reception In 'the.'- attendance' drawings, 'awards went to the.following, at the conclusion of the, day: Irving" Votteler, Bancroft; Bill Voigt, Albert Mitchell, Wilfred Bierstedt, Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Joe, Madden, Lloyd . and John ~3ollinger, 'Marlin Wegener, Roy ^hrischilles: and - Wm. : Jentz, all of Fenton; and "Mrs. Milfred Mitchell, Lone Rock". ' by.two girls from the Fenton Forward 4-H Club,' -Diane. Vaudt and Betty Walter. elected for line 1 were: Chairman TJie officers coming, year Mrs. Roy Bierle, Vice Chairman, Mrs. Ray Laabs, Publicity Chairman arid Treasurer, Mrs; Gerald Radig. Reception For Sentral teachers Lone Rock — The Teacher's reception was held Monday evening, Sept. 18, at Sentral High School. The program opened with a short prayer by the Rev. Harvey Walker of Fenton. The board was interviewed by Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenauer and was presented with floral tokens by Mrs. Roger Jensen and Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth.'All the teachers of the Sentral school stafl were interviewed and presented corsages and boutonnieres, cooks, bus drivers, Janitors, and seere- tarys also received corsages. The Boy's Glee Club under the direction of Mrs. Warren Jones presented a musical number. A lunch was served by the Board officers, and the Ways and Means Committee of the Bandmothers. ONLY PER GAL CARD OF fHANKS , I wish -to thank 'alljmy friends and relatives who,sent me cards and visited me' during my recent .hospitalization; —,','Bertel Berke•land, ' . '. ,.' < (39*) THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTEO 21001 21006 202 U FentottGirlTo Wed Colorado Man, Dec. 17 A REAL GIFT . . SON - GRANDSON , Now or Xmq$ for FRIEND - NEIGHBOR Come in and see us. We hpve arranged for q special discount, entitling you to buy 0 REAL Toy Tanker at the special price of $5.62 plus pottage pnd tax. This Tanker regularly retails at $9.98. v v : This offer is really a "Chrlsfrngi BenvV' in connection with our program to condition V»wr <W for winter. We call our program ... ' GUARANTEID RADIATOR PiQTICJIQN This means that after we winterize y$yr car, including ATLAS Perma-Guard Anti-Ff8fit ( if «»/ replacement of the Perma-Guard should bf$«rfl« «*SWory, you get it absolutely FRIi. , HANSEN'S STANDARD SERVICE Highway 44 in F»nton Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sundei Fenton announce,the > engagement of their daughter, Jo Anne, to Richard Devers, Au-, rora/Colo. Miss'Sunde, a grad-* 'uate of in Sioux City is' nOW • nurse 'in a doctor's office in Denver, C61o. Devers, a mathematics teacher in a Denver high school last year, is ndw "\yorking for a mister's degree at Phoenix, ' Arizi, Aftfy their December 17 wedding the coupl^ will, live in,sTempe,- Ariz (UJDM 'Engraving) N '; *--r •'. v Mr. and Mfs^BWtfce'i-Hiil and* children of Newton,' and,' Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jacobs jCf'&rmstrong spent' Sunday at" the, parental Olaf Oftedahl hofrte: ** , > Mr. and Mrs. Charles OsBorn attended the silver wedding , at Mr. and Mrs. Neal Osbom ;at Charles City recently. ,,*,"».., Mr. and Mrs. Henry .Lpoft- a.nd , rSf^Bertha Pommer''oi, Algona spent 1 'the weekend at< the" Jack, Lpoff hme at Rochester, 'Minn% ( .-:•• t PARALAND ZERONE IK* l SOCASlS . > > . CASH & CARRY 'jj, Krause "66" Service ' Ant! - Rust ' . Anti rUze CHROME'FJNISH PUERS flat nott; SVt" |ong noie; i'/» I ' STOEBER HARDWARE - Fenton FERTILIZER PL-ANT NOW IN FULL OPERATION . . . . FERTILIZER MIXED TO YOUR- OWN -SPECIFICATIONS AND- SOIL; REQUIREMENTS. Fall Plow-Down means Earlier Use of the ground Next Spring Fall Application of Fertilizer Is The Most Economical, Effective Way ; ,' WE BOTH HAVE MORE TIME NOW I FEED! ELCO FENTON Co-Op ELEVATOR ON DISPLAY HERE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 The 1962 CHEVROLETS The wide range of choice! will offer for «§? to M»t«J in fbte photograph' Piftured to coroptwe over-all length are (top to bottom) thp 180-inch Coryair 4'Poor Sedan f the 183-incJt Cbew W 4-Ooor Sedan, ajd the Impala Sport Sedan which measures 209.6 inches, Tliey are representative of 32 passenger ear models which Chevrolet dealers will start (Jisplaying September ?9. The new Chevy ll'a bow in on the same date as other Cbevrolet-built cars. STOP IN - FREE COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS ^^^^^ ^B^iW ^Bl PK • , ^P|p iJBiBBB! , ^W^™ ^^ f^w ^^ '^UF i^^^B ^^(p BRM FUNTON, IOWA

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