The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1962 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 6, 1962
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March 6, 1962 4'-Alg;ona (Id.) Upper Do* Molnei Tuesday, March 6 Fenton Mother-Daughter Banquet Coming Monday Fenton — The Womens Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church met at the church parlors March 1st. Mrs Wilfred Stoeber conducted the worship service. Mrs Harvey Walker gave a talk for the prdgram. Mrs Kay Stoeber presided at the business meeting. ' Plans were made for the Mother- Daughter Banquet, March 12. Mrs Eugene Huskamp, activity chairman, is in charge of ticket sales, which are $1.25 per ticket. Mrs Wendell Rusch announced the collection of books to be sent to Warrenton, Georgia for a school library. Book donations should be at the church by March 15. March birtnday guests were Rev. H. A. Walker, Mrs Jack Gerhart, Mrs Olga Huskamp and Mrs R. C. Goetsch. Guests present were Mrs Robert Johansen, Minneapolis, Mrs Jim Hutchinsen and Mrs Joe Sykes, Whittemore. The hostesses were Mrs Ralph Nicholes, Mrs Donald Shaw and Mrs Lyle Newel. Mrs Charles Newel displayed a silver coffee service and announced that 2 servers were given to the VV.S.C.S. in memory- of Mrs Gaylord Johnson. « Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoeber were Mondey evening dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Irvin Kassulke at Trimont, Minn. Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt and James and Miss Mary Hays, Algona, were Wednesday evening buffet dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn. Mr and Mrs Truman Thompson, Cylinder, were Friday evening dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland. The occasion was in honor of Mr Thompson's and Mr Berkland's birthdays. Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod entertained ten couples at a buffet supper in their home Sunday evening, Feb. 25. After the dinner 500 was played. Heidi Krause, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Krause, was an overnight guest of Karen Feye, Friday night. Miss Krause helped Miss Feye celebrate her 9th birthday. Mr and Mrs Robert Morris of St. Paul were weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske February 25th. Mrs Morris is Mrs Ruske's sister. Mr and Mrs Stanley Berkland entertained four tables at 500 Sunday evening, February 25th. High scorers were Mrs. Lyle Hansen and Donald Priebe and low scorers were Mrs Norman Bellinger and Clayton Wolff. Mr and Mrs Darrel Dreyer entertained three tables of their club at 500 Wednesday night. Prize winners were Mrs Pete Wegener, Mrs Hans Baago, Frank Dreyer IF YOU'RE NEEDING ONE ... WE'VE GOT THE BEST! RITCHIE AUTOMATIC STOCK FOUNTAINS AND WATERING It STEMS FROST PROOF FOR LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY WE'RE GLAD TO QUOTE PRICES - NO OBLIGATIONS McFALL PLUMBING & HEATING AND KELVINATOR APPLIANCES FENTON, IOWA and Hans Baago. Mr and Mrs Hans Baago attd Mrs E. H. Dreyer were guests. Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoeber attended an open house in celebration of the 60th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Crawford at Dolliver, Sunday, February 25. Mrs Dickensen is an aunt of Mrs Stoeber. Miss Judy Elgler visited over the weekend with her parents Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler. Miss Eigler is a college student in Cedar Falls. Mrs Bob Johansen and sons, Roger, 4, and Glenn, 2, of Minneapolis visited last week with Mrs E. J. Frank and Mr and Mrs Don Shaw and family. Mrs Johansen is the former Phyllis Frank. Mrs Albert Mitchell had quilting parties Tuesday and Wednesday af- lernoon last week. Tuesday guests were Mrs Rex Wolfe, Mrs Frank McFall, Mrs Art Voigt and Mrs Morris Mitchell; Wednesday guests were Mrs Melvin Berkland, Mrs Gerald Cody and Mrs Morris Mitchell. Mr and Mrs Burnett, Heine have purchased the home formerly owned by Mr and Mrs Dennis Long, who have moved to Bettendorf. The Heines moved into their new home over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas en tertained at a 500 card party Saturday eyening February 24. Guests were Mr and Mrs Fred Douglas, Rodman, Mr and Mrs Lyle Douglas, Curlew, Ernest Douglas, Mr and Mrs Harlan Kramer, Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Jerry' Jentz and fanv ly and Mr and Mrs Dale Douglas. Mr and Mrs Marion Stucki and Dennis and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne were Thursday evening dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki. Mrs H. E. Dreyer and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne spent last weekend in Minneapolis at the Karl Siewert home. Saturday evening they attended a wedding reception for Nancy Pavelie- che and Wayne Siewert who were married Saturday evening at the Trinity Lutheran church in.Min- neapolis. The Stoebers were Sunday dinner guests in the Marion Covert home. The Womens Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church will observe the World Day of Prayer Friday afternoon March £ at 2:00 p.m. in the youth Chapel of the church. Everyone is welcome to attend. The Falrville Ladies - Aid: mei March 1 with Mrs Hilbert Bierstedt and Mrs Lucinda Bierstedt hostesses. The devotions and topic were icd by Rev. R. D. Eckelman. The Town and Country Womens Club met Friday afternoon February 23 with Mrs Darrel Dreyer and Mrs William Hantelman as hostesses. Mrs Dale Weisbrod presented a book report. Mr and Mrs Bill Bruhn were sponsors for the baptism of Tammy Kay Walker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Walker, at St. John's Lutheran Church, Depew, Sunday, February 25. Mr and Mrs Bruhn were dinner guests THE FENTON LUMBER CO. INVITES YOU TO OUR ALL DAY OPEN HOUSE and HOME IMPROVEMENT CLINIC MARCH 10 FREE TREATS FREE COFFEE FREE DOUGHNUTS •ilTI|fi;FI riit and Only t AT e x WA uL PA i N T In choice ol a,OOO Colors EllaKuecker, Ex-Fentonite, Rites Mar. 8 Fcnton — Mrs. Fred Kuecker, 73, a former resident of Fenton, who grew up in the Lots Creek area, passed away Sunday, at the home of a daughter at Olivia,. Minn. Since the death of her husband she had lived with her children, the past few years with Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Wallace of Olivia. Funeral services have been set for Thursday at Estherville, with burial to be in the Oak Hill cemetery there. ; The Kueckers were residents of Fenton for a period of years when Mr. Kuecker was manager of the Fenton Cooperative Creamery. She was born Ella Gremmels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gremmels of Lotts Creek, and was the last surviving child of four daughters and eight sons of the couple. In 1909 she was married to Fred Kuecker, and they made their lome in Fenton. Surviving are two sons, Arthur of Old Bridge, N. J.; and Arnold of Minneapolis, and a daughter, Esher (Mrs. Ernest Wallace), Oliva, Minn. Another daughter, Eveyn, Mrs. Leland Anderson of Estherville, died of polio in ;1949. There are also 11 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Monte Hiatt of Cylinder is a niece, and Ervin Gremmels of rural Fenton is a nephew. Four hundred and twenty four people guessed at the weight of two pigs given away by Charlies D-X February 24th. Willie Reuse, Lone Rock, won one by being only one ounce off the exact weight as he guessed 231 Ibs. 12 ozs. and it weighed 231 Ibs. 13 ozs. Mrs Eldon Duncan and Mrs Marion Stucki both guessed 186 Ibs. 6 oz. and thus had to share the 186 Ib. 9 oz. pig they won. Pastor and Mrs Smith Ismir of Tomahawk, Wis. spent several days in the Ernest Berkland home near Fenton. Mrs Ismir is the former Donna Berkland and daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Berkland. Pastor and Mrs Ismir have "barge of the Grace Lutheran Church at Tomahawk. Pastor and Mrs Ismir and Mr and Mrs Ernest Berkland visited in the home of Mr and Mrs Staney Berkland and with Mrs Clara erkland Tuesday afternoon. On Vednesday afternoon they enjoyed visit with Mr and Mrs David Berk and. Tney helped David Berkland elebrate his birthday which was 'ebruary 28. Reuben Luedtke had surgery iVeunesday at tns University Hos- ital in Iowa City. Fenton Phone Officers Are All Reelected Fenton — With 15 present, Saturday, the annual meeting of the Fcnton Co-Operative Telephone Co. was held. A quorum is 11. All officers were re-elected. They are Hans Baago, president; Wm. Hantelman, vice president; Ed ward Priebe, treasurer; Gilbert Scribner, Sr., secretary; and Nor man Larson and Clarence Osborne, directors. Mary E. Scribner is chief operator, Mrs. Bill Bruhn is operator and relief operators are Mrs. Merle Voigt, Barbara Wehrspan and Bonnie Geitzenauer. The Scribners have managed the exchange for the past 11 years. tobljthttfly thrOpaw D* MRS. STUCKI Open House At Fenton Lumber Sat., March 10 Fcnton — A Home Improvement Clinic and Open House will be held Saturday, March 10, at the Fenton Lumber Co. There will be many registration gifts, treats for everyone, and cof- tee and doughnuts served all day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Everyone is invited to drop in and enjoy the hospitality. Self-Learning Speech Entries Rated Well Fenton — Judy Jolley, Peggy Voigt and Ronald Behrends, three Sentral high school juniors, competed in the District Contest of the Iowa High School Speech Association in Mason City, February 24. Miss Jolley won two firsts with her memorized humorous declamation entitled "Little Red Hooding Ride" and she read an oral interpretation of poetry. Miss Voigt won a 2 rating by reading an oral interpretation of poetry and Ronald Behrends won two 2 ratings by readings an oral interpretation of Poetry and an oral interpretation of prose. Mr Weibye, Sentral English teacher, helped the young people somewhat but for the most part they did it on their own as an extra curricular activity. Sentral does not have a speech course. The venture includes a number of firsts as it was the first time the students of Mr. Weibye had ever been to a speech contest and the first time Sentral has ever had any students entered in one. Miss Jolley will attend the State Contest of the Iowa High School Speech Association, March 31 at Cedar Rapids. Mrs. W. E. Stoeber while her husband Is in the hospital. There Is a possibility that Mr Stoeber who Is a former Fenton resident, will undergo surgery soon. Former S-City Man Passes Swea-Eagle — Waiter H. Peterson, 73, former Swea City area resident, died at a Spencer hospital Sunday evening, Feb. 25, of a heart attack. Mr. Peterson left this community about 1950. He has lived at Spencer for the fast seven years. Survivors Include his wife, one son Walter of Swea City; two daughters, Mrs. Harry Slice (Mae), Glen Burnie, Maryland, and Mrs. Jack Flattery (Miriam), Omaha, Neb.; eight grandchildren; a brother, Rudolph Peterson, Swea City; and a,sister, Mrs. David Anderson, Orlando, Fla. Services were held Thursday, Mar. 1, at the Trinity Lutheran church, Spencer. Interment was in the Lutheran cemetery at Swea City. ' You'll be happier if you are necessary to somebody. Swea & Mr. and Mrs. Gene^ Thompson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Dettmer Thompson, E. E. Thompson attd LiSnel Thompson'at dinner, Sua* day. Swea Homemakers i«et>t the hdme of Mrs. Reuben Holcomb Fe*b. 20 with Mrs. Orvllle Thoreson assisting. Mrs. Maynard Jensett hald devotions. Mrs. Laurel Peterson and .Mrs. „Rudolph Peterson presented the lessoti. Eagle Hoftiemakefs met at the home of Mrs. Art W. Larson Feb. 20; with Mrs. Paul Wiechmann assisting. Mrs. Larson gave a reading. Mrs. Jim Rock and Mrs. Virgil Tokheim gave the lesson. Trip To Arizona Fenton — Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoeber left over the weekend for a trip to Mesa, Arizona to be with THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Sowa 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 Mrs. Bertha Ahdetsort, Fort Dodfge, has lieeft released from the hospital and is convalescing at her home' there. Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Peterson , and family are moving this week . to' the house on the Robert Bexell farm in Swea township. Mr. and ' Mrs. Howard Decker of Hurt will . move to the place the Petersons are vacating. . Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop . and Duane called at the Walter Tapper home at Buffalo' Center ' Sunday evening. N Mr. and Mrs. John Dlttmer, who live on the Oliver Blomster farm in Eagle township, moved Mar. i to a farm 4& miles south of Lone Rock. For Proper Balance- - FELCO CHICK 5TARTER SOLVE YOUR HIRED MAN PROBLEM DO IT WITH THE (9A.M. TO 6 P.M.) X fanplastic I.ATEX WALL PAINT • No Dripj — No Spotteri t Clean Up with Water 1,000 Color to Choost 10 REGISTRATION PRIZES Including 3 Hardwood Chopping Blocks, Assorted Paints, Roller Skates for Kids. PAINT DEMONSTRATIONS BY A GILT EDGE PAINT REPRESENTATIVE BE OUR GUEST! FENTON EiUMBER CO. Martin & Bill Hantelman BARN CLEANER SILO UNLOADER & BUNK FEEDER THEY WILL CUT YOUR CLEANING AND FEEDING . . . FROM HOURS TO MINUTES Only the best ingredients go info FELCO Chick Starter. They're in proper proportion and f-r-e-s-h! 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-On Elevator FENTON, IOWA LAYOUT - INSTALLATION - SERVICE WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON (8-9) From 11 Below To 85 Above A Nice Change Fenton — Mr and Mrs Ray Priebe, Carl and Darlene returned home Tuesday from a week in Fort Meyers, Florida with Mr and Mrs Carl Priebe and Mr and Mrs Ed Priebe. The Priebes drove to St. Louis, Mo. where they were over night guests of the Bob Werners. Mr Werner then flew the Priebes to Fort Meyers in his plane. While in St. Louis they also visited with Mr and Mrs Harold Geronsin and Mr and Mrs liolin Geronsin. The Priebes noted quite a temperature change, when they left Fenton it was 11 below zero and 85 degrees when they arrived in Fort Meyers, when they stepped into the plane for the return trip it was 92 degrees and by the time they arrived home the temperature 1 was 25 below zero. Success comes before work only in the dictionary. IN FENTON FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, PEERE pnd GEHL EQUIPMENT But. Phone 3 Re*. Phone 60 HANTJkMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building » Remodeling PHONI 1?5 or 17 Dr. E, W, Ruske PENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER It The Only Publication Print •4 The! Takes An Interest In Fenton! LLOYD M. 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