The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 6, 1962 · Page 4
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FEBRUARY 6, 1962 4-Algoria (la.) Upper Des Mbinea Tuesday, February 6, 1962 positions, this is Miss HuSkamp's second year ,at the festival. The trio's parents are the Raymont Laabs, the Eugene Huskamps and the Raymond Zwiefels. The festi val is sponsored by the Northwest Iowa Bandmasters Assn. LeRoy Bras who teaches voca and instrumental music in the Fenton and Lone Rock grade school took four of his clarinel players to the festival. The four students going were Mary Ellen Ditsworth, daughter of the Clayton Ditsworth, Jacqueline Jones, daughter of the Warren Jones, Susan Blanchard, daughter of the Don Blanchards, and Mary Lee Madisen, daughter of the Milton SenfralBand Students At : Invitational *• Fenton — The date for Sentral .Band Mothers has been moved up ^to February 7. That evening instru- " mental soloists and ensembles •from 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grades ^.will perform. The three Sentral schools will have 59 young mu- .sicians and nine ensembles com- •peting in Mason City February 10 at the grade school band festival 'sponsored by the North Central •Bandmasters association. LeRoy vBras is in charge of the 5th and *6th grade students and Warren ^Jones is in charge of the 7th ant *8th grade students. * Saturday three Sentral high school band students attended the ^Northwest Iowa Invitational Band ^Festival at Cherokee. The three students Jacqueline Laabs, a soph- »more, plays french horn, Trudy ••Huskamp, a junior, alto clarinet and Jerome Zwiefel, a senior, •sotisaphone. All had to audition for * their chance to play and for chair ter Banquet. Mrs. Amanda Kern Madisens. Depcw Ladles Aid The Evening Circle of the. Depew Ladies Aid held a baby shower Thursday afternoon for Keith Douglas, infant son of Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Johnson at the church. Keith was born Jan. 9 and has two sisters, Caroline and Annette. Ladies Aid Meetings The Fenton Methodist WSCS met Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Merle Voigt led the worship and Mrs. layton Ditsworth presented the esson. The date of March 12 was announced for the Mother-Daugh- and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt were the February birthday guests. Hos tesses were Mrs. Jessie Newel Mrs. Charles Newel anff Mrs. Es ther Frank. The members of the WSCS ol the Methodist church will have a study group on every Wednesday during the month of-February. The study book is "The Meaning of Suffering" and Mrs. Harvey Walker will be the leader for these lessons. The Fairville Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Lloyd Berkland and Mrs. David Berkland were .the hostesses. The devotions and topic "Sacrament of Holy Communion" were led by Rev. Eckelman. Guests were Mrs. Reuben Berkland, Mrs. Carl Berkand, Mrs. Donald Berkland, Mrs. Martin Berkland and Mrs. Ernest Votteler. are YOU wasting $500 on heating costs you needn't pay? \ • ' • __ _ _ The whole exciting story is la the February issue of Reader 1 * Digest It tells how the "luxury" features of Lennox heating and air conditioning equipment actually save 20% on your annual fuel bill. Adds up to $500 or morel We'll gladly tell you more about Lennox—and give you a free estimate, Call Jis today.'' McFAlL PLUMBING & HEATING FENTON, IOWA CALL US — FOR TRUE LOVELINESS! a Permancnts • Hair Styling • Hair Trims Hair Color Damaged Hair Treatments LAEL'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 99 — Fenton, Iowa FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE end GEHL EQUIPMENT But. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILPINC SERVICE For Building * Remodeling PHONI 135 or 17 Dr. E, W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Qoly Publication Printed That Take* An Interest In Fenlonl LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Reel Estate Broker and Farm Loan* And Auction Service PfcftitfSfi mwrton, Iowa Stoebers Return From 3 Weeks Trip In South Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred toeber and Mr. and Mrs. Karl iewert, Minneapolis, returned Monday from a three week vacation to Florida and vicinity. They spent one week at Miami and two days at Key West and took a one day trip on the ship "The Calipso" to Bimini, an island in the Bahamas which is a British possession. The island and its native people are untouched by commercialism and tourists. "The Calipso" was out on its second excursion of the season. It is a new undertaking for sightseeing to .the islands since the prohibition of visits to Cuba from Florida. They stopped to visit friends at Sunrise Beach, Lake of the Ozarks and at Carl Priebes in Forte Meyers. They stayed overnight at Cape Canaveral and Cocoa Beach and spent some time at Daytona Beach, Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale and went sightseeing for two days at St. Augustine, Fla. where they saw the old jail, old fort, oldest school house and Rip leys, "Believe It or Not Exhibit." Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Waite and Tammy have been house guest of Dr. and Mrs. John Waite during the 10 day quarter break of Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. Friday evening, Jan. 26 guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer were Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Nemitz and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ai- derson. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Heine and family were Sunday, Jan. 28 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Peterson in Graettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Priebe and boys were Sunday, Jan. 28 dinner guests of Mrs. Priebe's mother, Mrs. Stuart Butterfield in Swea City. The occasion was in honor of Kenneth Priebe's fourth birthday. .Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade entertained Saturday evening, Jan. 27. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bruhn, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hainzinger, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki and Marvin Bellinger. Konuld Mortenson was home from SUI the weekend of Jan. 28. Dinner guests in the Fred Mortenson home that day were Ronald and Miss Janet Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan U'illmert and girls, Albert Lea, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt were Sunday, Jan. 28 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer. The occasion was in honor of Meyer's birthday. Joining them in the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer and Mrs. Max Flaig andj sons, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer entertained friends Tuesday evening in honor of Meyer's birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Brown, Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bruhn and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Strueck- er. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause entertained three tables at 500 Thursday evening. Mrs. F. W. Jentz had ladies high score, E. K. Johnson men's high and Mrs. E. H. Dreyer won travel. Margo Husth was a dinner guest of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall, Sunday, Jan. 28th. Judy Eigler was home over the weekend for semester break from State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. John Grameiu visited Thursday evening with their pew great- granddaughter LeAnn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bruns in Titonka. Sunday evening, Jan. 28 dinner guests of Mr. aud Mrs. Harry JJaase were Mr. and Mrs. Artio Juhl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Juhl, Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. David Dieygr, Uumboldt and Mrs. Edith Haycnga. • •. jt j. Youth Group Is Host At pinner And Program Fcnton — In recognition of Youth Week tlie Fertton Methodist Youth Fellowship entertained leaders • and panel members at & dinner Thursday evening. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, Mrs. Wilfred Laabs, Mrs. Lyle Newel and Mrs. Clarence Yager. After dinner a panel discussion was held with all MPF'ers parents invited to attend. Panel members were Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth, Dale Weisbrod, Trudy Huskamp and Don Yager with Rev. Harvey Walker as moderator. At the same time a discussion and activity period was held 'or the junior MYF members under, the direction of Mrs. Dale Weisbrod. At Elevator Meeting Curtis Lura, manager of the Tenton co-operative elevator recently attended the three day convention of the Farmers' Grain )ealers convention in Des Moines. Area farmers also attending were >!r. and Mrs. Hans Baago, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eimers, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voigt. l»ubll»h*d ft* ft* Upp»r DM Mem*, Piibllihinfl Cb,, Alflorid, MRS. JANICE STUCKI fowl IdlN*.._ Homemakers Meet The Fenton Township Homemakers met Friday, Jan. 26 at the Mrs. Henry Schrader home, Lone Rock with Mrs. Clair Bellinger, co- hostess. Roll call was your favorite TV program and a wide variety were named. The home extension lesson was "Skills With A Skillet" presented by Mrs. Bollinger and Mrs. Schrader. The World Living Lesson was presented by Mrs. Roy Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki and family were Thursday evening visitors in the Garryl Householder home in Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne and Mr. 'and Mrs. Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond .Stoeber.-, Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman left Jan. 27 for a vacation in New Mexico and Arizona. They plan to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson in Albuquerque, N. M. Mrs. Thompson is Hantelman's sister Alice. The Hantelman children, Becky and Mary are staying with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn and Glen with Mr. and Mrs. Martin 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 RINGSTED 21001 21006 202 U Hantelman. They are traveling in a new white truck with a camping trailer fitted intb the truck bo*. Mr. and Mrs., Richard Stuck! and family were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Marlow, Hurt. Mrs. Mildred Bloomquist, Fort Dodge was a Jan. 2? and 28 weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stucki. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and Mr. and Mrs. Eulan Schueller, Burt went to Des Moines last weekend. Sunday they attended the "Grand Ole Opry" at the KRNT theater there, and did some sightseeing in the state capital. Fr. Krause Gets M.S. In Education Rev. Maurice E. Krause was awarded a Master of Science in Education Degree from the Creighton University, Omaha, at the conclusion of the current semester. He is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Arnold H. Krause, Fenton, and a 1952 graduate of Fenton high school. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from St. John's University, Collegeville, Minn. Father Krause is serving at St. Michael's Parish, Whittemore. He majored in education and obtained a minor in Latin. LONE ROCK NEWS . Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Quinn and family of Bellvue, Wash, are vis- iting in the parental Jack Quifln home. Mrs. Jack Quinrt and Mrs. Geo, Kissner Attended a shower for Charlene Go'che of Bancroft at the St. John's Catholic, church. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder called in the home of Mrs. Kate Schroeder in Algona on Wednesday to help her celebrate her 84th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thompson and family called in the Jim Elsbecker home Sunday to help celebrate the birthdays of Timothy and Douglas Elsbecker. Mrs. Darryl Householder, Mrs. Glenn Householder and Gloria attended the baptism of DiAnn Kay, daughter of the Larry Householders of Minneapolis, at Trinity Lutheran church in Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Marlow went to Lawton, Okla. where they will visit in the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larsen were hosts to a dinner on Sunday in honor of their daughter Becky's 12th birthday. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandow, Mrs. Effie Teeter, Roger Brandow and Linda Larson and Lloyd Broesser all of Algona and August Brown of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hovey visited an uncle Lionel Hovey, patient at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. Hovey suffered a stroke two weeks ago and is recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long, and Mr. and Mrs. Burt Olson .of Al- RENT OUR WALLPAPER STEAMER! - OR FLOOR SANDER - FLOOR SCRUBBER, WAXER! New 1962 lower prices on SUPER MIX wall paints and VARNISHES. Glamorene and Bissell Rug Shampoo — Free use of our Rug Shampooer. STOEBER HARDWARE - Fenton VALENTINES DAY FEBRUARY 14 MOJUD FASHION HOSIERY SPARKLING NEW LINGERIE WOMEN'S OR MISSES APPAREL BAILEY'S STORE IN FENTON NEW SPRING 1 FURNITURE ARRIVING DAILY DINETTES BEDROOM UVINO ROOM PETERSEN FURNITURE Valentine's Day js Wednesday, February 14th Sunday dinner giiesU in the ifoger Long home. They celebrated the birthday of Mrs. Jim Long. - ' Mr. 'and Mrs. Wpodrow Pettit called Thursday evening in the LeRoy Enneri home to "help the cotiple celebrate their anniversary. The American Legion Auxiliary will hold a public 500 card party hi the Legion hall Feb. 8. Mr, and Mfs. Frank Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tlemati of Burt am} Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer of Humboldt helped" Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tletnan of Fenton celebrate their 61st wedding anniversary. TAX TIME? Aft adding machine is A necessity. They are also an excellent gift. We have therh. Upper 'Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. For Proper Balance--FELCO CHICK STARTER Only the best ingredients go info FELCO Chick Starter. They're in proper proportion and f-r-e-s-h! v For faster development and better health, there's no chick starter better than FELCO. , Don't judge quality by price alone. Check the formula and know for yourself that the best ingredients are in FELCO Chick Starter. It's available now! •K A Thermo-Foam Portable Picnic Cooler Chest FREE with only 500 Lbs. FELCO CHICK STARTER.' Fenton Co-Op Elevator FENTON, IOWA DAIRY CATTLE & EQUIPMENT PUBLIC SALE As I have decided to go out of the dairy business, I will sell my Holstcin Cows and Dairy Equipment to the highest and best bidders at my farm located on south edge of Fenton, on MONDAY, FEB. 12 Sale to Start at 1 o'clock 32 Head of Holstein Cows & Heifers cow NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 NO. OF CALVES First Calf Second Calf Second Calf Second Calf Fourth Calf First Calf First Calf First Calf First Calf Second Calf Second Calf Third Calf Second Calf Third Calf Second Calf Fourth Calf PATE FRESH Dec, 18 Oct. A Oct. 6 Oct. 12 Oct. 8 Nov. 15 Now 20 Nov. 18 Nov. 10 Oct. 5 Oct. 3 Oct. 1 Dec. 23 Dec. 24 Due Sale' Day Due Sale Day DATE BRED Open Nov. 18 Dec. 7 Dec. 24 Dec. 4 Dec, 20 Dec. 26 Jan. 9 Dec. 17 Nov. 28 Dec. 4 Dec. 1 Jan. 15 Open 4-Unit Surge Pump, 2 Surge New Style Buckets) Pipeline for 14 Cows. To be offered separately and as a unit;fi-can Westlnghouse Milk Cooler, in good condition; 15-gal. Surge Water Haatqn Stewart Clip- Master Electric Clippers. This herd is ail Calfhood Jiang's Vaccinated and now T-B. and Bang's Tested with no reactors. Auctioneer's Npte; Mr, Munch has a good producing herd of cows and heifers averaging right at 90 Ibs. of milk per day. TERMS: Cash or make arrangements with your banker before the sale. No property to be removed fnpm the premises until settled for, Not responsible f»r acpldents should any occur. JOHN MUNCH Quiiiu & Berkland, Auct. Hock (Jaujk, Clerk BQ«CHA«UT wiU bell 16 S star* calving about F eb. *,

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