The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1961 · Page 18
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1961
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Stcihdard Oil Issues You An Insurance Policy FRc-E so ,thdt your budget plan pdymen^s ar6 INSURED iH ca ; jse of (;l) ^ccldertt (2) Sickness (3) Death * ' YOU GET STANDARD QUALITY AND A BUILT-IN "PEACE OF MIND" SEE JIN MEYER Your Standard 1 Oil Man KNTON - PHONE 44 LONE ROCK - WA 5-3015 LOVELINESS! • Permanent • Hair Color • Hair Styling* • Damaged Hair • Hair Trims Treatments ' Laels Beauty Shop Phone 99. Fenton, Iowa , , ^ , • „«.„. n . ',-•-, ,'j '»,,*.« *"./j*tj s Sentral hlgh.cchool'sjoolball sejuad, made up of boysiin the Fenton, Lone Rock and Seneca areas for the most part, hasn't, managed to chalk up victoif hiim'bef, orfe so far this season, but the tearti is coming along and might spring a surprise or two before the curtain falls Nov, 3., - v, The Sentral crewjs shown above, just before it. boarded a bus and headed'for.-Tltdnka Friday night. The Indians downed Sentral 27-12 ,ln a well-played game. Sentral will host Armstrong tomorrow (Friday) night, * ( -i i • ' • Shown in the photo, left to right, front row, are Coach Jim Woltz, John Lufkin, Warren Householder, Terry Juhl, Marlyn Steihberger, Kenny .Bierstedt; Kenny Kerber, Barry Nelson, Willis Bollinger, Gary Pijahn, .Gary Berkland, Wayne Elmers,'Wayne Preston ahd Assistant Coach Tony Winter. In back, left to right, are Mike Hassel, Steve Berkland,' Lynn Bierstedt, Gerald Luedtke, Dennis Newel, Dennis Frink, Dennis Stucki,' Ton Geitzenauer, Lariy, Bierstedt, IGeorge Bierstedt, Jerry McArthur, Alar Dacken. Don 'Hannlsch and Jim Hartman, manager. (UDM Newsfoto Engraving) ' 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 Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fenton I LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa Fenfon Mayor Not Candidate » For Re-election Fenion — It appears that Fenton may have some new town officials after the coming election. 9 "Definitely no, I will not be a candidate for reflection," in-~ cumbeht mayor G. R. Kraus said The election will be Nov. 7. . Councilmen G. A. Schwartz and }rterle Voigt will run again and so will Mrs. • Wayne Alder- soh, treasurer, and Wilfred Stoeber, ,park .commissioner. Terms of park commissioners Ervm Krajis and William Hahtel- man do not expire. Courfcilmen Homer Matthiesen, Walter Pertl, and Clarence Yager were unavailable for comment, but they are believed to be, candidates .for re,-election. Clerk Paul Eigler set Oct. 10 as the deadline for filing. Proposed* election officials are: Mrs. Pat# Eigler,'Mrs. Fred Mor- tenseh, P. H. Jensen,' -Edward Priebe, and E. C. L Sentral Gridder Breaks Wrist In Tyke Game Fenton — Terry Juhl, Sentra football > player, ; broke his wrist in trie third quarter ,last Friday night in the football game at Titonka. Terry could play ball if he, could throughly wrap his wrist but it was decided against itJ Sentral lost the game, 12-27 The next game is Friday, Oct. 6 with Armstrong at Sentral. Fenfon Park Boys Clothing Ignited From Tractor Sparks Fenton' 7- An alert 14-year-old escaped serious injury Thursday when he struggled out of his flaming, gasrsoaked jacket and ran home for help, He was Ted Greinert, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Greinert, five miles southwest of Fenton. The gas cap blew off right in front of .the steering wheel of the tractor the boy was driving and sprayed his clothes with gas. Sparks from the nearby muffler ignited the gas and Ted's jacket caught fire. ' He tore off the jacket and ran for home. His mother called the Fenton fire department and took Ted to a doctor in Algona. His burns were limited to the palm, and back of t his ,right .hand, and half way down lus left. feg just below the knee. The burns were not serious. Fenion — .The Fenton Parl has a new addition to its play ground equipment, a rainbow climber. It is' red, yellow and green and majjes a colorful piece of play equipment. The climber was purchased, frpm funds lefi after ,the sale ,6f the roller skate.' donated to the' park commission by the American Legion Weisbrod-Ranney Post. The part commissioners .are Wilfred ,Stoeber, William Hantelman and Er- vjn Krause. The park has had other changes in the last year oi so. . i The concrete area was laid in 19.60 and sinqe then has been Vised for band concerts, roller skating and ' ice .skating. This spring basketball hoops were in stalled and many of the yount, people have been practicing for one of the area's favorite wintei sports. All of the picnic tables were repaired and repainted early this summer. The towi, purchased a ride lawn mower for the town marshal Albert. Schr warzenbach. He used it to keep the park lovely all summer. With cold weather rapidly approaching we can look forward to the concrete area being flooded for ice skating. A few more venture out each year for this wholesome spoil. you have an old.pair of skates n the attic dig them out, sharpen hem and be ready for the first skate ,pf ,the .s.easoiv.. CONFIDENCE Your Bank Is Here To Serve Your bank is here to serve. This meant not only the usual banking transaction! <-* check* ing accounts, cashing checks, savings accounts — but some of the more personal matters. If you have problem* which may need the services of a bank, we Invite you to talk it over with us, u All deposits Insured to $10,000 By Federal Ptpofit Insurance Corp, First Trust Say|n§s Bank FENTQN OFFICE Mr. an4 Mrtf. Raymond Tietz and family, Spirit Lake, Mr. anu Mrs. Ortwin Tjetz, Mr. and Mrs, Rolland Watson and family, Ti- and Mr- an4 Mrs. LeRojr TitqnHa were Sunday visitors in the; JohnvGramenz home Mr. and Mrs, W. B. SchmidJke, prristown,' Minn., were weekend guests m the William Han- telman home. .The Schmidtkes are Mrs. Hahtelmari's parents. Sunday dinner ' guests in the Hantelman home to help Mr, 'Schmidtke and Becky Hantelman -celebrate their birthdays jvere Mr. ahd Mrsl Gerhart HSn- telman, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelmari and Mr. arid Mrs. Ed •Bruhn. • Sunday dinner guests of Mri ,and Mrs". Frank McFall were Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Margo. Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Kirs., Wendell Rusch ;were Mr. and JMrs. Vernon.Jfin* nestad and family of Butterfield, Minn. Depew Ladies Aid met at the Depew Parish ftouse Sept. 28 with Mrs. Herman Norland and Mrs. Melvin Egland hostesses. Mrs. Robert Huskamp presented the -Bible Study and Mrs. Oliver Johnson, and Mrs, Bertl Berkeland presented the topic "Lutheran Co-operation and Education". 1 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halyer- son attended the Golden Wedding anniversary observance qf ; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson held at Humboldt Sunday af- , ternoqn. Mr.) and Mrs. M. P. Nemitz [attended - the annual Central : States Gun Collectors Association gun show held Sunday October 1st at the Hanford Hotel in, Mason. City. Mr. Nemitz . had the honor to be elected to the board of directors of the C.S.G.C. A. composed of Central states gun Collectors. , Weekend guests at the Ray Priebe home in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Norris Otteson and Mr. and Mrs. David Kruse and Karen all of Decorah, Iowa. Mr.' and Mrs, Arthur Larson, Post- villc, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Kruse, Monona, Mr. and Mrs. Merton Larson, Craig, Julie and Mark, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ramsey and Jeanne,' all of Mason City, Mr, and Mrs. Leon Larson and Dawn, Mr. Richard Otteson, Rochester, Minn., Mrs. Darlene Moore, New York, New York, Sir. and Mrs. Art Priebe, Billy and Joel, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Priebe, Barry and Kelly, Lone ilock, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebt, and Mrs. C. W..,Priebe and Hr. and Mrs. Donald Priebe and Cenny. Wilfred St'oeber. Raymond Stoeber and Ervin Krause represented Stoeber Hardware at a 'all dinner and group meeting of his area hardware dealers of tht [owa Retail .Hardware Association at West Bend Thursday evening. 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 a'ttend. Mrs. Ed Priebe entertained three tables at the Saturday Af- ternooh -Bridge < Club, Saturday, Mrs. E. W. 'Ruske had high score, Mrs. RmJl Weisbrod second high and Mrs,.E. K. Johnson low. president) kon.gave a talk. ,,, i t t> , .-,. Mrs. ' John Munch returned home Sunday from Holy Family hospital in Estherville.,, ' .-^ William Voigt .was taken to the Emmetsburg hospital -Friday evening. He remained there for observation fpr several days. Mrs. Richard Stuck! ahd Julie went to a coffee part£ ,at the home of Eugene Marlows, rural Burt, F,riday, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Marlcrw and Ro'dney rural Burt wete Sat-; urday evening visitors in the Richard Stucki honie. Mr. and Mrs. Charles feye anc family, Mr. and .Mrs. Marlir Wegener and family and Mr. anc Mrs. Webber Yager, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Camp* bell and, family, Barnes City. were weekend guests of Mr.,and Mrs. Duane Widdel. Campbell and his family attended the funeral of his grandmother Mrs Ab'ce Duryea at Irvington, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Wessel and Clair Wessel of Englewood., Calif, visited several days last, week with- Mrs. Helen Widdel. L. V. Wessel is Mrs. Widdel's brother. Mr. and''Mrs. Norman Boiling- er were Friday evening guests ot Mr. arid Mrs. John Kressin, rural Lakota. Mrs. -Raymond Stoeber was hostess ,to ttoe,OJ-Deal-Em bridge club last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Jack Gerhart, Mrs. Ed Priebe and Mrs. Jessie Newel were guests. Mrs. E. H. Dreyer had high score 1 , Mrs. Clarence Wegener second high and Mrs. Ed Priebe low. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Winter and family of Buffalo Center were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rolfe Miller. Sunday dinner guests at the Rpbert' Burkgrens in honor of their daughter Barbara's 4th birthday were Mr, and,-Mrs. Obed Burkgren,. Dayton, iMr. ahd Mrs. Clarence Carlson,. Mr. and Mrs. Sunny Carlson, Debbie, "J Cindy and Tammy, Mrs. Lillian Swan all pf Cowrie,,Mr. and;Mrs. Arthur Lundgren, Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wenger, Clarion. • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs, S. E, Straley and Rev. ajid Mrs. Fred Preul attended the "church supper at the Good Hope Methodist church Sept. 25, The couples returned to Fenton and visited ,in the Preui home. Mrs. Carrie.Haase, Mrs. Hairry Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Gail M-i- 6*Cto Kind . . . WfMWdjrl^fieir help and,,floral offerings -dUring 'iHe, .illness ";and death of my be- lovdd wife ahd our sister, Clara. *—, tSaylord " Johnson, *vMr. ,and Mrs.'Charles-H.,Newel, Mri arid Mi-s,--JLeRoy ,N- " ':'<-'•? ilLj 1 ^ , r&t'A'VftxMW < v J/tfF- '^ "• ' '- » S'vAS** ^ * n*\rt* , - 1 ; : ,^p;|4-|i||? i Confidence* &*•••• ,* , ,."**«« i s £ ma * * FOR '" "'-• *' ;• ^r.5,'. Vf RADIATOR win! arid Mrs, John Waite vi9e prepi- dent oi the Fenton Legion Auxiliary aHendfd the 8th district toll conference at Mallard Sunday alternoflji. The State Presi- SSgtlN. R, fl. Wheat of "* PlRMAHiPN k T ANTI-FRIEZE IN YOUR CAN Gal. VflUROD FIN •Ztn'f.&n-' ', """••' •*?- '" '! liOiiJi '.. . .u .'. . . f ,.'.,.:. I Custom Dress Your Chickens Floyd Duncan Phone 55 — Fenton ATLAS PERMA-GUARD |l|Tl-tRiEZE • This means that after we winterize your ,car, indodjng ATLAS Perma-Guard AntifFreeze, If any ^replaeVrijent of the Perma-Ouard should become necessary, you get It absolutely FREE. . I ... 1 . ' ' . IT COSTS NO MORE THAN- COMPARABLE; ' ORDINARY,J ANTI-FREEZE HANSEN'S STANDARD SERVICE > t& •- ±* -t,\ : ighway 44 in Fenton DISCOUNT PRICES OK FURNACE FILTERS 1-Inch ^c Size Only to •; .uqwr...WMMT T.OUI. f !!J^;;;; ihli wlnlw r»pl«t dirt cloggtd "iixaWn. lit* fijltri now. W« nil th« famoui •30x20-tn, tit* Duittiop fibtrglai brand In all JOxJJ-ln, Uf Moitl-ln. SI»(9JJC CAULKING COMPOUND Flexible Sletl PUTTY KNIFE WEATHERSTRIP 15 Lineal ft. Tube Caitly toclnd around doon ond wlndowi, Sp.clol taw P'tnl Flit »landard eaglk. gun. Storm Winfiows Kit Only.. Twt' 73x36" «»ar plaiflo »« plu. , tnoldlno end fialli— ' lno end forZwmdowi. Storm Door » t t » "** FERTILIZER PLANT NOW lN,FULL <gPIRATI0N FiRflUZER Ml)|iD TO ^©UR ;©WN SPICI- FICATIONS AND SOU Fall Plow-Down means Earlier Use of the ground Next Spring t- r »:• se so EL€0 WE BOTH HAVE MORE TIME NOW I - * ^w ^^w ,^ r *|P . t^p • nij^^ ^ Iff Qo-Op ELEVATOR *-' k. 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