The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 27, 1962 · Page 12
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February 27, 1962 ftubftthtd iy flit U|>p.r Publlihtna Co., Aleona, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCKI New* 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Molne* Tuesday, February 27, 1962 Mother-Daughter Banquet At Fenton Set March 12 Fenton — Mrs. Roy Young, a former missionary to China, will be the principal speaker for the Mother-Daughter banquet to be held at the Fenton Methodist church, March 12. Mrs. Young is a graduate of Carleton College at Northfield, Minn. Before her marriage she served five years in China. Her husband was director of religious training. Since moving to Mount Vernon, in 1936, she has been Upper Iowa conference secretary of promotion for the Women's Society of Christian Service. When the two conferences (Northwest Iowa and Upper Iowa) merged into the North Iowa conference, she was Upper Iowa conference president of the WSCS. For eight years then she served as secretary. of work in foreign fields. At the invitation of Dr. Hel- NEW FELCO SWEET PIG STARTER GIVES] A BOOST IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION Telco Sweet Pig Starter is new this year. Little pigs really 1 go for it .because it's sweetened with sugar. And it's a 1 pelleted pig starter that contains 50% rolled oats and a I high level of antibiotics to keep pigs healthy right from j the start Begin with New Felco Sweet Pig Starter taj» | more successfui'hog feedjng program. ^ ~"~ LCONTACT...^ ~~~ FENTON Co-Op Elevator FENTON. IOWA Home Owned— Home WE INVITE YOU TO LET US TALK OVER LOAN REQUIREMENTS WITH YOU. LOANS ARRANGED TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS AND BUDGET. BUY THE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES YOU NEED. WE WANT TO MAKE LOANS TO GOOD, SOLID, RELIABLE PEOPLE WHO HAVE ADEQUATE COLLATERAL AND HAVE DONE AND WILL DO A GOOD JOB. THAT IS OUR BUSINESS! FIRST TRUST AND SAYINGS BANK FENTON OFFICE TERMS TAILORED TO YOU! en Kim, then president of Ewha University for women in Seoul Korea, Mrs. Young went there to teach English. En-route she visited three weeks with Methodisl missionaries in Japan. When she returned she visited India, Burma and the Philippines. Mrs. Young will speak and show slides in the sanctuary of the Methodist church at . 8 p.m. to which the general public is invited. Tickets for the 6:30 p.m. ban quet in the basement dining room are available from members of the local WSCS at $1.25 each. The Methodist men will serve and do the clean up chores. John Weisbrod Dies Of Heart Attack, Mich. Fenton — John Weisbrod, age 40, former Fenton resident, died of a heart attack Feb. 21 in Trenton, Mich. He was on his way home from work in the designing department of the Ford Motor company in Detroit. He stopped at the home of a friend where he collapsed and died. His wife is the former Betty Jean Schwartz of Fenton. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz of Fenton, left by plane for Detroit after word of his death. Funeral services were held Monday at 2 p.m. in the Methodist church with Rev. Harvey Walker officiating. Burial was in the Methodist cemetery with Thomas Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mr. Weisbrod was born in Fenton the third son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weisbrod. He was graduated from Emmetsburg public high school and attended the University of Iowa. He served as a Navy lieutenant and was wounded in World War II. He is a graduate of an art school in New York City. The Weisbrods were married in Fenton in 1946. Survivors include two children, Mark, 14, and Mary Louise,"8; a brother, Gordon of Redfield, S. D.,< an aunt, Mrs. John Light of the Good Samaritan home in Estherville; and an uncle, Clarence Weisbrod of Ringsted. A brother, Paul, preceded him in death. To Wed Sentral Graduate I Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Ed' Wilson, Storm Lake, announce the engagement of their daughter, Lois to Robert L. Crouch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch, Waterloo, formerly of Fenton. Miss Wilson and Mr. Crouch are students at Buena Vista College in Storm Lake. Mr. Crouch is a 1958 Sentral high school graduate. No wedding date has been set. Fenton Teacher In Italy Is Hospitalized Miss Salina Hantelman, former Fenton resident, has reently been hospitalized in Aviano, Italy. Her brother Leland of Duluth, Minn.. is receiving cables concerning her heart condition every five days/ Miss : Hantelman was confined ;o bed and not allowed to feed icrself. She is an elementary :eacher in a school maintained for children of Air Force personnel at ;he Aviano base. Miss Hantelman visited Fenton relatives last summer. ; Depew Aid Met Fenton — The Depew Aid met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Dale Mathisen and Mrs. Norman Thore- hostesses. Mrs. Harry Barkne Jr. led the Bible Siudy and Mrs. Selmer Nelson presented :he topic . on American Missions. VIrs. Ernest Berkland led the offering meditation. Mixers Meet Fenton — The Independence Mixers Farm Bureau Women's Club met Thursday afternoon, February 15th at the Eugene Huskamp home. A most informative lesson on "Fabric Identification and Care" was presented by Mrs. Clarence Underwood. The roll call, a fact about Australia, was very interestingly responded to by all. Mrs. Arnold Naig, the music chairman, led the group in sing : ing two Australian songs. Coffee was served by the hostess. Cliarles Feyes Observe 15th Anniversary Fenton — -Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye were honored at a surprise 15th wedding anniversary party Monday evening Feb. 15 at their home. The self invited guests who brought the lunch arid presented the Feyes with a gift were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mansager, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager, Mrs. Lavon Steinberger and Mrs. Duane Widdel. Lorraine Wegener and Charles -Feye were married Feb. 16, 1947 at St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton by Rev. W. H. Friedrich. The Feyes have five children, Beth Ann, 9, Karen, 8, Carl Dean, 5'/ 2 , Danny, 3Vfe, and Ronnie 1. Homemakers Session Fenton — The Fentofi Township Homemakers met Friday, Feb. 16 at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Berkland with Mrs, Wesley Mains assisting hostess: Roll call was a tongue twister of which'"Peter Piper" was the most frequent. Mrs. Bernard Miller gave a talk on "Healthful Living". The extension lesson was "Line Design and Color in the Home" with Mrs. Milford Mitchell and Mrs. Ray Laabs as leaders. ty auditor and county recorder of [Tnion county. Parents of a Girl Mr. and Mrs. William Wiener Jr. are the parents of a 6 pound, 13 ounce baby girl born Feb. 12 at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. The little miss has been named Darci Lynn and her grand- jarents are Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ellefson and Mr. and Mrs. William Wiener. Bridge Club Hostess Mrs. Clarence Wegener had Plan Talent Show Fenton — An amateur talent show will be sponsored by the Sentral Band Mothers on March 27 in the Sentral high school gymnasium. Anyone wishing to participate should contact the president of the band mothers, Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenauer, Lone Rock. RETIRES Bessie Orr of Creston is retiring this year after nearly 30 years' association-with the office of coun- m SELF W ADHESIVE CONTACT DECORATING PLASTIC ^ llLICONE TREATED >^7f Easiest^ Use X^ Thursday afternoon bridge club Thursday. Prize winners were j Mrs. Walter Krause, high, Mrs. Rex Wolfe, second high, Mrs. Charles Newel low. Mrs. Emma Reimers and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde COMPLETE CLOSING OUT FARM SALE Sale to be held on the farm located Vi mile east, one mile south and V4 mile west and '/2 mile south of Cylinder ON ~ Monday, March 5th SALE STARTS AT 1:00 O'CLOCK P.M. —MACHINERY — 1955 — 640 Ford tractor in excellent condition, 1,000 hours on it, live hydraulic; S.C. Case tractor, good rubber. Ford Wagner loader, hydraulic; back attachment Dearborn Blade; rear mounted Dearborn 7' Mower; New Holland 66 Baler with motor in good cond.; John Deere 200 Corn Picker; John Deere 12' grain drill, with double disc openers and zig zag; John Deere 8' binder; David Bradley 16' disc; Billion Land Roller, 18'; 4 section Drag; 16' auger with Briggs & Stratton motor; PTO 220X Led Portable Grinder with unloading auger; 1926-18-22 Case tractor; Case two row cultivator; Case 3- f 4" plow on rubber; Case tractor spreader; Case Side Delivery rake; Case 4 wheeled rubber tired Trailer; 2—Montgomery Ward 4 wheeled rubber tired trailers; two flare boxes; two flat racks; Humboldt stalk cutter; Kewcinee 34' Elevator, two wheeled on rubber; 11' spring tooth harrow; clipper fanning mill; drive-on hoist and speed jack, mechanical lift; overhead hoist. INDIAN MOTOR CYCLE - TRAIL BLAZER - with 10,000 miles, good Rubber. This belonged to the son in service. MISCELLANEOUS Portable hay rack; Walk-in hog feeder; 4 — Feed bunks; 5 — Sheep Bunks; 1 h.p. electric motor; Hay fork; 8' x 10' Trailer house entry; Refrigerator; Electric Range; Oil Heater; Many other articles too numerous to mention. 500 BALES ALFALFA HAY - IN BARN TERMS: Usual Action Terms. Nothing to be removed until settled for. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS Joe Bramley Lloyd Berkland, Auctioneer Cylinder State Bank, Clerk were guests. Miss Lois Voigt visited her father William Voigt over the weekend. Miss Voigt teaches in Waterloo. Fourteen guests helped Mrs. Amanda Kern celebrate her birth- pay Thursday afternoon. The surprise party was planned by her •daughter and daughter-in-law, Mrs. ^Clarence Yager and Mrs. Lloyd Kern. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Campbell and two daughters were overnight guests Wednesday night of Mrs. Anna Haack and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hainzinger. Mrs. Campbell is the former Alda Haack and the family are moving to California trom Wheaton, Illinois. Mrs. E. J. Frank returned last week from a one week visit with her daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rabey in Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tindeland, Waseca, Minn., and Mrs. Gene Zinnel, Denise and Collette, Rodman, were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland. Judy Eigler a student at Cedar Falls visited with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler the weekend of Feb. 17 and 18. Frank McFall and Waller Pert attended an appliance repair school sponsored by Kelvinator in Sioux City, Friday. Due the the heavy snowfall Mar go Rusch was a weekend guest 01 her grandparents Mr. and Mrs Frank McFall last week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thcesfield and family were Sunday evening, Feb. 18 guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'James Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer attended a 500 card party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller, Lone Rock, Thursday evening. Prize winners were Mrs. Dale .Wegener and Morris Weisbrod, high, Mrs. Art Pearson and Dale Wegener low and Jim Cody travel. Mr. and Mrs. Lennis Long, Michael, Mark and Monte moved over the weekend to Bettendorf, la. Long plans to do trucking there. Steven Schlei, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marold Schlei, was admitted as a medical patient to Park hospital in Mason City on Feb. 21. He is there for diagnosis of a serious sore throat and ear infection. Garry Bleekwenn, who is at Altus Air Force Base in Altus, Okla., has received his third stripe and is now an Airman first class. Mrs. Bleekwenn is the former Pam Weisbrod. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends and relatives for the cards and gifts sent to me while I was in the hospital. — Mrs. Charlie Theesfield. r (8*) XN DO-IT-YOURSELF Waterproof, Washable Decorating Miracle YARD STRIP OFF PAPEIT & APPLY I 18" WIDE STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, Iowa 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 AWARD Mrs. Alice Best of Cblumbus Junction recently received a US, Government Service Award for more than fifteen years as official weather observer for that c,om« munity. ,J' SOLVE YOUR HIRED MAN PROBLEM DO IT WITH THE ; BARN CLEANER SILOUNLOADER ^__^ & BUNK FEEDER THEY WILL CUT YOUR CRANING AND FEEDING .. .FROM HOURS TO MINUTES I 11 I I II I I II , / V ft \ LAYOUT - INSTALLATION - SERVICE WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON (8-9) FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN 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. W. Ruske DENTIST Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Print, ed That Takes An Interest In Fenton! LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa NEW EVERWHITE ARCHITECTURAL-TYPE NON-YELLOWING ENAMEL CHECK THESE TERRIFIC FEATITRES1 COMPARE! - IT'S GOT MORE OF EVERYTHING THAN ANY ENAMEL YOU'VE EVER USED! Make* other enamels took yellow or dingy grey by comparison • Dries »o a glowing (if $945 /•"*<*> New Gilt Edge Everwhite i$ fa Whitest White Enamel (and the toughest) Ever Made for Kitchen, Bath, Woodwork, Cabinets, Furniture, Children's Wagons, Bicycles, etc, PtEAS£ NOTE For exferfor we who* pointed surface is exposed to weather year Voimd (house (rim, flutters, fences, etc.), ask tor Everwh'rte com- panio* product - Gtil Edge #203 thermoplastic-type White Trial Enamei We Invite You To Plan NOW To Attend Our "HOME IMPROVEMENT CLINIC" Open Howe, Saturday, March 10 FREE TREATS - COFFEE - DOUGHNUTS FENTON LUMBER CO. FINTON, IOWA over the darkest surfqces • Doesn' Withstand* repeated 'wS^q^iJt bina - washes life - -*••— ^ ^ *"*" j

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