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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 28, 1961
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Motnil Tfiuwloy, December M, T96t lityClub At Whitfemore ity Club held a meeting .„„. Tuesday night, New officers wc?re elected: Harold G/eene, prosi* dent; yice f 'president, James Kollasch; secretary, Harold Schumacher"; treasurer, James Miicl- ler; executive committee, Ruis Harris,' Clele Mueller and Howard Esser. ,A • -resolution .was passed, tending condolences' to' TMK l „..„ Mrs. 11. R, Peltit on the loss ot the Plantation Ballroom by fire last Sunday ..morning,,, and offering life help W fhe clttf, (f .|ff I j.» „ Tt • The regular 1 J-f meeting ' Holy Name ;•-Society ty Thursday evening at the Academy Hall with a pot luck supper at 6:30. Guests were Rev. Philip Dailey, Rev. Francis Conway and Rev. Donald Ries. Christmas songs followed the dinner, accompanied by Mrs. Edmund O'Brien. After the singing, a skit was put on by several member* of the organization. Gifts were [exchanged following the meet- Ting. 500 'was played at which *"" Leo Walters won high, Mrs. ex- Thursday .night, New offiee>» elected wdftsJ, .^resident," Erwiii Scnuller;,, v$*£#resident, James Besch; .secrerary, Thomas' Lensing; treasurer; Daniel Foley. The American Legion Auxil- held a Christmds party CJehis Derner low. Mrs. John Waldron's narrie was drawn for the door prize but she was absent. The members of the 1960-61 softbail te"am sponsored by the Whitlcmdre Hatchery held their Christmas party Saturday night at Spencer. ' r , t-yle Ba4s, eon pf ,Mr. and Mrs. 'Georgg Baa*,!' arrlvea'.hbmef 3u*ri- day 'for an extended leave from the U.S. Marines. He has been stationed at San Diego, Cal. Stork Pays] Yule Fenton Homes , .r JUlCgO, Will., .—— OY .....ii, QMSN, ]son of Mr.? |nd iMrtf. *Harr> Balgeman df *—"' wat;at*bard "the USS Cdn r in«* i criant ' —• • v steilfltiofiM giant aircraft carrier, just jbeirtg- built, when it was raz-. ed 'by a fire recently. ;QMSN Balgeman is in the navigation division of the U.S. Navy, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Keene visited with the former's uncle, •u» j *».*M- M *•«!•lobjiiw? ji/ui bjr uuij** c-flspci* AccZiGf oQ fe flt Bfosdlflwns dajr evening with- their;.' Husbands hbspital in Des Moines last week, as guests, A pot ( luCk 'supper Wai .The Wtter is a former whittem&re «>firf./i »f «^n Affv* a « a^^v n - rt « resident and 'lyas bhe of-the! Men who ' invented 1 . the ; automatic, grtiiri shocker in 1918. He'imder- weht surgery the latter, part of the week. Mr.-'and'Mrs. Marcfls^ Zumach and Mr. and Mrs. Harfan Vaudt went to Fort Dodge Wednesday where they met Arlo, Lehmann, who taught Jn St. Paul's; school ;for two terms and returned to Concordia ;Teachersr College at Sdtfdird; Nebhi to finish his studies in teaching. He 'spent several days with ;thg ^umachs^nd other friends. Wednesday evening Mr, Lehmann, Mr. ,and Mrs. Marcus Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Zumach, Mr; and Mrsr Hovrard Esser and Mr. and Mrs. HaVjajn Vaudt helped Reinharc? Zumach: celebrate his birthday/ '• / •'• . at 6:30. ArferMn exchange of gifts, the evening Was s*pent playing court whist at., which Frank Piekarski won high ana Carl Johnson low, Mrs. William Degen high and Mrs. John Matre low for the women. Catholic Daughters of America held theiiv amual Christmas'par- NEW CEL;EBRA|i FUN - HORNS - NOISE '•: HORSWELL'S ORCHESTRA ' SPECIAL NEW YEAR'S EVE SUNDAY SMORGASBORD SERVING 5 TO 9 - DANCING FROM 9 ; TO !..• ' '""• : . ••. •':•*' ^HAND'S FAIRMONT MORE FOR November D.H.I.A. est Results THE MONEY ONE/42 • MORE POWER ' • MORE VALUE • MORE SAW A Htht Wright, hard working ««w you on dopend on every (Imo. Taksi McCulloch's work saving •cceisorle*, tool 95 $149. ? ONLY complete with 1C* Bar and Super Pintail® Chain. Highest Trades / Easy Terms AS LITTLE AS $00.00 PER WEEK NORTON MACHINE WORKS Algeria NbVember ^713 cows tested on D.H.I.A. in 27 herds, and 475 cows in 26 herds on piwner-saniple, according to Forrest Hofbdiler,. D.H.I.A. supervisors ..; ; . .'•,•-. ' Herds averaging 1.0 'Upshot! butterfat or more per cow'per ^ We £2iiyi 03g of Hilbert'BJer-' stffdt, Wffittemore (22); Harry Vipdahl, Armstrong (26); Alvin Boettcher, Lakota (29); Ed Tigges, Hurt (18); Leander Menke, Swea City (26); Laurence Ix>es- chen, Woden (18);': Fred & Russel Richter, I«dyard (10); Milton Madison, Lone Rock (22); Ralph Walker, Jr., Swea City (31); John Ruger, Fenton (62); Sidney Payne, Ledyard (29); Harvey ,E. Work Farm, Swea City (45); ; Ed- wln H. Wichtendahl, Lone Rock (27); Herman & Gerald S6der- burg, Bancroft (41); and C. H. Wilhelmi, Bancroft (16). . Cows completing 2000 Ibs. of butterfat so.far in their lifetime were — Martin Harms, Titonka — 58180 Ibs. milk, 2031 Ibs. fat and 5COOO Ibs. milk and 2226 Ibs. fat and John Ruger, Fenton, 88910 Ibs. milk and 3366 Ibs. fat. Fenton — Three Fenfon fiyAi- _.- s 8 were especially blessed this Christmas as each have a new 5aby in their home, MK ahd'Mrs. Robert Huskamp are the proud jarents of their fifth son, Steven 3erald, born -Dec. 16 In Holy ^amily hospital, Estherville. The ittle fellow who weighed 10 Ibs" and 3 oz. also has a sister.. Paul Kummrow, Ceylon; Minn., is the only grandparent.! Dece,nib^r 20, 7, lb., 2 oz. Lori ttJnrt',was< born to-,Mr." arid Mrs.- Eldon Duncan in Estherville. Lori. Ann has two brothers, Billy and Eldon Jr, and her grand- its are Mr. tadd Mrs. Floyd _ ,,_jan jand-'Mr,%Vid Mrs.- Herbert Adams, Algona. " ^Bradley KfeJth, son of Mr. £nd Mrs. Robert^ Burkgretn, arrfveb Friday; night* Dec.i 221 -in Esther-' -VJlle Ho1y,,Famiiy hospital. Brad- 'ley who'Weighed 8*flb&. and'12 ozV has a' sister . Barbara Joy 4. Mr. and Mrs. Obed Burkgren, Dayton arid Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carl- *sonY"Gowrfe \ are 'the grandpar- ientif ,•* -j,, .- * •• •(•', 'ice Scaring Ready > ' - '' , i The "Fenton 'Farlo ice pond is ready for skating. Flooding will continue when cold .snaps occur to fill in the thin spots. The old Boy Scout pop building is to be rebuilt for a warming house. The F.eriton, Town and, Country Wp-, rnerisi Cl\&'-> dona'tea, i$50 to.; the "•"eject £ftd; gnqtherf *50 is*$ow '- 'improvement v >'-& « • Vi< '^7-^r Fenton GilrllDec. /7 Pidured aboVA er Mr tod riczurea aoava are wr- ana Mrs, JHicnard;John' Devers, ; wBo-were married Dec. 17 at;St; John's tufiiei;afi)cliUrc;ft«in,,Fent6n. : The" ftedding storv was carried .in %6mole{(»'HefjSil last iuooU f«s'th^oo no«o»-J ' • " and family, Mr. arid Ufa. AUar Bollinger and Marvin, Mr. ahc Mrs. Larry Alt and Marilyn, Mr and Mrs. Frank Dfeyer, Joann and Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert KraUse and family, Mr. and Mrs Robert Krause and family, Mr and Mrs. Stanley Berkland -ana Tania, Miss Lynn Kerber,' Mr and Mrs. Peter Koenck and Tim and Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer Humboldt. Sroje'fct >&d, anqtherf «i AUf;sp«Hai|pMcum rflhdjtof |]s<y!h<M fjria "i"' '• T- .f S; .}• ''•' I ? j '?' uuiiuv. ui i- ciiiuii. jjic uiiuegiuuiirus u soij 01 ivir-ana rara. L. • Ai,x5ates Or Denver, Colo. The bride is a'graauat?.purse and'hasTbeeniemplojfed in Denver. The bridegroom has been teafching ftTrf Denver school. (Kirkham Foto — UDM Engravtog) '•" f »•' '. ^ ,'' nee iij 4 f ' ' • . • 1 r -' -1; :'i^. .'.. ,Qff,*,For s - Texas f '. ... >. MrK and Mrs.',¥ritz * t ,v,. tw u. left Dec. 20 for a three month winter stay in Weslaco, Texas. The;22nd, their son Jerry who is a.ptudeht-at Cohcbrdia College, St. Payl'^nd their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Meyer,' Algona headed for Weslaco. to spend the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Heina and family and Mrs. Ronald Bier were Sunday,. .Dec.. 17 supper guests , (Jf Mr. ; and Mrs. Donald 'Priebe. •" ' •, '• <l-i '^ Mr. and Mrs. John Munch and Jack spent Christmas Eve and Day with the Milton Madjgcns near Lone Rock. Others jf^thl' ah, Baxter, Mr." imd;Mrs/ Ra'y/' rqond StoebSn iRichard. '.Snicki artd Julie weM'Mdnday^evehlng dinner guests' of'Mf^ Wid- Mrs, Alfred Stoeben* > • „ ; § f'. f^' > 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye and family were • Christmas, 'Day guests of Mr..arfd Mtsv, Hatblct Feye in Whittemor^.'.' * '•'- ;.!•• V- .-pj Christmas DaVdin^ee guesls ^iJ-dalii the George ^lurphys,, \t&e, Mf. ' and Mrs. Paul Eigler"'dri^ J) Mrs. Retta Eigler, Mr. and" 1 Kaye Ruske, Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske and Lynn Ruske. Christmas Day guests of the Alvin Potratzs were Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland,and family'rMr. and Mrs. Larry' Cede \afl& ^ins and Mr. and MTS/ Rogflr Pblfate and girls, Alta. ' " , Guests art a-Saturday i,nijb^9e together at -.the; iE> fyf?. Ru>kej • ll/or-o TWf anrl ^'ft/T^c? ir* An'nr^X H/rA«? Luana Leek 4-H Host, Irvington Irvington Ideals 4-H club met with Luana Leek Doc. 16 for the Christmas meeting. Roll call was answered by fifteen members. Six mothers and one guest were present. A talk was given by Rachel Jenkinson, demonstrations by Luana Leek and Diane and Lynn Arndorfer. Christmas carols were sung. Thero was an exchange of gifts. Special gifts were presented to :he leaders, Mrs. Arend and Mrs. Siemer. All mothers received a gift. Next meeting to be Jan. 20 DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY ALGONA BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES CQRWITH HOMES AT LuVERNE WESLEY TITONKA . BLAKE, DIRECTOR 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN fQUIPffP -T RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2.3322 (coUffft) ' luVeme (Home Office) ^pa«ess»»»s^ipBi8BS^feg son" City. Mrs. William W. Jolley. Jeffrey, and Williani Wallace the fourth, San Diego, Calif, spent several, days last week visiting witji Dr; arid Mrs. WJ W. Jolley; Her. husband Bill, ' (as' ,he:. is known to everyone in : Fentbn) 'is a Petty Officer 3rd class in thu y.S. ,Navy. He' is in electronics fire control and spent .Christmas at,sea duty out,of San Diego. ' Mr. arid Mrs. John Gramenz accompanied Mr.-arid Mrs. Eric Wingreh 'Of Fort Dodge to the' Harold' Gramenz horne'; at Spirit Lake for Christmas Day. . • Mr. and Mrs. Geharl Hantelman-and Paul and Mr.-and Mi-s. Merle Voigt and family. were Christmas eve guests in the Burnett Heine home. < Christmas eve supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp were Mr, and Mrs. Fred Geigel and Mrs. Sarah Geigel, Algona, Mrs. Cnrrie Voigt, Mrs. Olga Huskamp, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Borchardt and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James. Sunday. Dec. 17, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel, Algona, Bob G6igel, Amarillo, Tex., and his professional wrestler friend, Biviano Hernandez of Juarez, Mexico. Hernandez speaks very litle English and the Voigts son, James, who is taking Spanish in school was the only one who could speak to him during the evening. Geigel and Hernandez were on their way home for Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stuck!, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stueki and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger attended a Consolidated Co-op Creameries employees Christmas party at the Whittemore school December 19th. 500 and bunco were played and everyone had a grab bag gift. Miss Lois Voigt who is leacti- ing in Waterloo arrived home Friday night for the holidays. Mrs. E. H. Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dreyer, Sioux City were Sunday guests in the Duane Dreyer home at Humboldt. Mrs. E. II. Dreyer remained there for Christmas Day. Christmas Eve (upper gne*t» of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler were Mrs. Retta Eigler, Mr. and Mrs. George Murphy and family and Mi-, and Mrs. Kaye Ruske, Davenport. tynn Ruske, Madison, Wise., will be spending the holidays with his parents Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske. Christmas Eve guesis at the Charles Feye were Mr. and Mrs Clarence Wegener and Mr. ana Mrs. Marlin Wegener and family. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade and girls were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Potratz in Whittemore. Mr. and Mr». iryin Kassulke and family, Trimont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and Sus- years. were Mr. and'Mrs. Gebrgl phy and family. Mr. and Mrs Paul Eigler? and Jiidy, anS f — Ruske. ••' t4 Nf i } v 'U , • -i ! Mr. and Mrs. Baymond, Sloefiek were Christmas eve guests of the Iryin Kassulke family, Trimont, Minn. Christmas Day they accompanied the Kassulkes to Albert Lea, where they all 'were dinner ;guests of Mr. and Mrs.' Jaiy Johnsrude. > ' A family party and dinner Mildred '• Bruhn, • r and |Mrs. Henry sr^-i and Roscoe jpn| 0f "Mr. and .'Mrs. igtnuhd, . BbbneV*"Te.x- —.. O w-.. vl ^ed^irig l vows De,cem- ber 22 at an;'U:15 a.m. wedding at St. Luke's Lutheran .church, Fairville with" the' =Re,v.''R. D. Eckelmart ^dfficiajihg.?,' •'"• * i • '• , t 'Mr)i. Edward,Bruhn,jsister-jn-' law. of- the" bride, and'Dean Slg-' mund, brother of 'the»groom, ..were, the; afteridants;.} .f ttfi. .bride ^as^ttjresjin'a' green difess 'atid- i- r « ,.• ^ " •— r •* , •"• "* ^. -brown fur piece^hat. Her flowers Were red roses and i held at William Voigts Sunday. 1 Those'present were Mr. and,Mrs. Clifford' Douglas and family, Mr. and Mrs. 'Franklin Mueller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family, ,Calvin Voigt ana Mrs. Chris ( Kuck, Crystal Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern entertained Christmas day, present we're Mr| ' 'and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and 1 family, Mr. and Mrs. carnation^ 'biv ;**?"* -^* *••"* *'**t°• -^d Bruhn ^ le organist and' Doris Beck' soloist. A reception was held at the home p of the bride's parents for 30 guests. Mrs. Sigmund is a Fenton High school '.graduate ana ha.s been-';.teaching; ;school -in A tYtat* T*Krf 'AAI 4 nlW ' n «A '11. .!_ _ 1_ ilJl Anjes. Thd cptiple ja^e 'Jiving neaj Bdone where the' : .'groom is farm ing ' ' "• '- • Two Overtimes, RingstedWins Rifigsted, nailed, down a 45-4 double overtime win Tuesday 01 coin-Central' in non-conference girls] won 45-25. At the end of regulation, timi it' was 39-39 with the count going to 41-41 at the end of the first overtime. > ' ' f Ringsted got the first • points in the second overtime (but Lincoln-Centrals Jim .'Jessen' got two free throws for a 44.43 lead. Then, with ' six seconds left the Danes won'- it when Wally Larson hit a jump shot. Larson ended the nighl with 12 points and Darryl Anderson had 16 for the Danes. Jessen led Lin, coin with 23 points. Lincoln-Central's -girls Tolled to a 16-6 first, period lead and were never headed. Nancy Graves led all scorers with 16 with Juanita Hall adding a ifjne floor game and 1?.points; Karen Jensen 'topped Ringsted scorers with, 10 points. INJURED ' | James Gary of Bennett was seriously injured recently > when his artn' was caught in ; a corn picker. His -left sleeVe was'caught in the gears of jlhe picker and his left forearm:was manglediby the gears.; However, his! hand/was not caught intthe machine, i :•. GOPHERS : • -James Parsons of near Delhi recently collected a bdunty of 10 cents each on. 722 J gophers he has trapped and. destroyed {his year. - Dafrel R/j Schmidt, son of Mr. and:Mrs. Robert Schmidt of Lone Rock, has enrolled in-an automotive; mechanics school at iOmaha, starting.Jan. 8. : ; Notice ;u% 'Effective January^!, 1962, -the subscription rates for the Algona newspapers will be as; follows: > i •* * ' 1 ' "* ' 1 paper, ,per jrear r~ $4. 2 papers, per year — $6. Elsewhere in- the, ,U. -S. 'or abroad, the rates will be as follows: • .' , ! ' ' > ', These rates* apply ? fbf %oth' Algona Wper Des MoinelT and -the Kossuth . County Advance^' Thie4eoffiWnatf<to~ rate'at*» redus*' ed total remains' Jif effect as'toe^ totei This ts'tht 'only subsbfibtion fate increase made in* the cost of ;the county 'Seat newspapers in • IHe past 20'years. < • - ; - -i NEED PRINTING?' The ' Des Moines Pub. Co. offers quality Hvork' at reasonable 'cblt and with quick service. No job'too small; "no 1 job' too bigl Phone GY BUSINESS - - , f » ••• » *j^^ ' ^ t B««<r«#ll VM**«V ,• \ and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY , GERALD YOIOT °' ,', INSl/RANCl ,,.'.; .- ,- . , FENTON,.IA. - • •.. .' Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE , and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125. or 17 Dr; E.iW. Roske: . . DENTIST:;'' , Office Phone 79' Residence 25 ' Fenfoh, Iowa The Fenton ( f REPORTER ! Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fe.nton! . - LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker afid-Farm loans : .',.;' And Auction Service .; ."" Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa Art iMueller Kern. and Mrs. Amanda Monday dinner guests of Mr. and' Mrs.> '.Gerhard Hantelmiin were'Mr, and Mri'Merle Vpfgt and family and Mr. and Mi-s. Burnett Heine and family. Christmas eve guests in the Richard Stucki hqme 'Were Mr and Mrs. Wilfred Stbeber and Wayne. ' , ' , , • Christmas eve 'guests of Mr, and'Mrs.. Marion Stucki were Mrs. Earl Stucki and .'Mrs, ' Lorraine. McCadden, Rochester, Minnesota and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Burd. Joining them '• for dinner Christmas day were Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff and Linda Ramus, Lone'Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson entertained Mrs, Halverson's relatives for a dinner Christmas Day The Halversons children Barbara and Merle are home from Minneapolis for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halvorson and family enjoyed a Christmas eve supper .together Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs, Tom Scribner and boys, Waconia, Minn, and Billy Joe Scribner, Des Moines are visiting in the parental Gilbert Scribner home for the holidays. Ronald and Bryan Mortenson Faramarz Nasr, of Iran and Gary Donate $50 To Warming House To Automotive School Fentopf ;--; i The , Town and Country Wbmens;Glub,met Tuesday eveningj Dec..' 19 in the home of Mrs. Lyte • Newel with 'Mrs. Herbert Krause and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt as co-hostesse,s. , Mrs. Har- Jan Elmers reported on' "Christ r jjnas- 'Custom '.of: Other Lands" prepared by Mrs. Eugene Mansager. A $25 contribution was received from the Fenton Community Club to help with the expenses -of the Halloween 'Party., • ,, Quests were : Mrs. Ervin Johh- Mrs; Charles Newel an^ Mrs. , . Glen Cage. A $50 donation was given to ; help :build a warming house beside the jce skating rink in/' the Fenton Park. Christmas .Carols were sung by the group. Lunch was served from a beautifully decorated buffet table by the hostesses. Fenton Forward Xmci^Pdrty Fenton met Monday, Fenton Forwards Dec. 17, at the —>,-«•.; v^cn. Leaders held their Christmas party; at -Hilbert Bier- stedts with Charles and Mark Bierstedt as host, Dec. 18. Dads night was planned for January 17lh. A committee of Duane Seegebarth, Alan and Gerald •Luetlke were elected to get the Long Rock Legion hall. Charle? and Kenneth Bierstedt were elected to get the food. Pancakes, sausage, and milk will be served. Kenneth Bierstedt was elected to represent the club as King candidate at fun night Dec. 27. New members, are Dennis and,Alan Gross, John and Larry Vigdal. Games were played and gifts were passed out. , ary Haase, Montana, are visiting in the Fred Mortenson home for the holidays. The young men arm Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Householder and Danny, Lone Rock were Christmas Day dinner guests ui the Mortenson home. Ronald Bryan and Faramarz are all attending college in Amts. Student Recognition Sunday will be held in the Fenton Methodist church Sunday, Dee, 31 The cpllege students who an- home for the holidays will take part in " service. the 10:30 a.m. wprship SViSCHIBER Mr. and Mrs. Henry Puhrmann of Paullina recently celebrated their fiftieth wedding aniversary. They have been .subscribers to the Paullina Times for those 50 home of Jackie Laabs. After a short business meeting the Christmas party was held with eleven members, seven mothers and one guest present. Bonnie Jentz was chosen to represent the club as a queen candidate at the Fun Nile in Algona. Karen Seegebarth gave a talk on "Man Made Arts" and Jackie Laabs gave a demonstration on recovering a chair. The January meeting will be held at Betty and Judy Wolters. 'Honor Family lii Visit At Fenton Fenton — Sunday, Dec. 17, a pot luck dinner was held at the Fenton Community Center in honor pf Chief Petty officer and Mr* Ralph Templeton and sons. ThQse attending were the Tem- fptjily, Mr. and Mrs. Rjch , . . ard. ffengel and Karen of Ambpy, , .* %• and Mrs. Art Krause, Mrs, Minnie Dreyer, Mrs. Ella Schattschneider, parlene Schattschneider, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schattschneider and' family, * A4- , - gona, Mr. and Mrs, Ronald Boeck and Cind . i. ' , . and Cindy , , ., , and Mrs. Lyfe Poulson and fam* ily of Lake Crystal, Minn. Mr, and, Mrs. Rerwood ' *' THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funerd Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20214 • HEWlELCp SWEET PI6 STARTER GIVES | A BOOST IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION Felco Sweet Kg Starter is new this year. Little pigs really [go for itiecause it's sweetened with sugar. And it's a pelleted pig starter that contains 50% rolled oats and a Ijjgh.-levd; of • antibiotics to keep -pigs healthy right from the start. Beghi; with New Felco Sweet Pk Starter for » more successful hog feeding program./^ -------- . FENTON Co-Op Elevator FENTON. IOWA Home Owned — Home Managed SECURITY Your Bank Is Here To Serve Your bank is here to serve, This means not only the usual^banking transactions T- check, ing flccoAfhtf^ Ashing checks, savings accounts 7- but some of fh§ more personal matters, If you have problem* which may need the service* of a bank, we invite you to talk it ever wijH us, * CONFIDENCE ^^^w* ^HS^^ w^^ ^w

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