The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 20, 1962 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 20, 1962
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4-Alflona (la.) Upp»rfr*i Mafrm- NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The annual Meeting of the Fenton Cooperative Elevator Co., will be held on Saturday/March 24, 1962, starting at 8 P.M. at the Community Center in Fenton, Iowa. Directors will be elected and regular business will be transacted. Patronage checks for 1956 will be distributed. There will be a drawing for a $25.00 bond to be drawn at 8 P.M. SHARP. Lunch will be served by the American Legion Auxiliary. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR CO. WELCOME TO FENTON FOR AUNT JEMIMA DAY FREE FROM STOEBER'S When you get .your fill of those wonderful Aunt Jemima Pancakes at Priebe's Store, come over to Stoeber's Hardware and register for a FREE CHANCE on a new cap-style ELECTRIC HAIR DRYER. Nothing to buy — just sign your name on our \ register. You might win the $17.95 hair dryer. Any age eligible, just so you can write your name. THIS WEEK HARDWARE SPECIALS Fast frm. . MM R!M& ICE CUBE TRAY with ejector grid "' Jlf.«tom!mim,forf«stf«««,fci- L, 2 f« $3.99 select YOURS FREE 88R REFILL! RETAIL VALUE $1.89 WITH EVERY SPONGE MOP 2 SCRUB-ACTION SIDES WAj From our new PORTABLE LIGHTING CENTER FLASHLIGHTS, BATTERIES, LANTERNS.26 MODELS and TYPES TORCH FUIl INSTANT ' ACTION TORCH COMPLETE WITH FUtl. $995 NLY^BI"—• i All SOLDUINO • COPPH TUIINO • lIMOVi fAINt • THAW rlPU ^ju^ llflACIMINT ~ ZZi' Kilt, 14-OL ;# # i rr-SKFT ^ COOK & SEIWE TOOLS Designed to switch from cooling fo serving es graciously irom ccok to hostess. 7 PC. Ca>k & S* rv « Sst. ferving ds graciously Q« y ou chan«J9 itoia J12.93 trom r-^-n^ In h^.l=,= Straw Shopping Bag, Reg. 85c 59e Plastic Waste Basket $1.79 (Large 44 Qt. Size, Reg. 2.98) 4 Juice Glasses, Reg. 59c 39c Sofa Pillows, Reg. $1.98 88c 4 Plastic Tumblers, Reg. 60c ,.__ 39c 4 Pair Work Gloves, Reg. $1.16 97* 16 in. Hog Pans, Reg. 98c 69c STOEBER HARDWARE IN FRIENDLY FENTON LONE ROCK By Mr*, A. A. Krue0ef The Jolly Neighbor Club met Friday afternoon at the Joe Voll mer home. : '• Mrs Frits: Newbrough eatertajn- ed sortie little boys at a party for her,son's 9th birthday. They were Leon Kruse, Steven Cher land, Arlen ftymaii, ftbdney Han. sen, Dick Knoll, terry Schmidt, Handy BehrendS, Brian Geitzetiau- er, Joe Sullivan and Jonathan Blanchard. His teacher Mrs. Brass, Mrs. L. A. Newbrough and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard were also present. Games were played and lunch was served. ! The postponed meeting of Band Mothers was held March 20. Paul Geitzenauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenauer has just graduated from the basic course at the Naval School of Music at Washington, D. C. His unit band is going to Bermuda to take part in a Flower Show. He will then return to, Norfolk and be ready for a North Atlantic Cruise which Will be for> four months. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Baxter were Friday evening visitors at the Bernard Millers. Mrs. Margaret Lynch and Mrs. Robert Marlow called on Mrs. Simmons of Armstrong Friday. The Lone Rock, Lively .Rockets 4-H club met Saturday afternoon at the Sam McCleish home. JoAnn and Nadine McCleish were hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow were weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Don Houck, Keystone. On their way home they stopped to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bill Enqiust, Ames. Frank Riley visited in the Riley borne at West Bend from Saturday to Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow were dinner guests in the EUley home Thursday and brought Frank home with them. Mrs. Hugh Marlow, Burt, is visiting a few days with friends and relatives. She is staying with the jeorge Kissners and Merwin Mar- OWS. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Olson had their son, Thomas, baptized Sunday at St. Olaf's Lutheran church, Belmond. They were dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les Tegland. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Klepper and son were Sunday dinner guests of Floyd McCains, Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegener and family attended the 50th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener Sunday, Mar. 11. ] Wednesday supper guests of : $fe Dale Wegeners were S/Sgt. Gordon Wegener, Anchorage, Alaska, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rente, and Mrs. Fred Wegener, Algona, Mrs. Russell Thompson and Julie, Burt. Mr. Thompson flew to Florida to visit lis mother, Mrs. Josephine Thompson, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and Joanne were among dinner and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schmidt, Boron, Cal., were also there. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and Joanne, Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer, Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde and family, Fenton. were Sunday evening callers at Arno Juhls, Fenton. Two circles of the U.P.W. have been postponed because of bad weather. Lenore circle is to meet Mar. 22, instead of the 15 as scheduled. Ruth circle has been postponed until they are sure of c good day. Colleen circle met Mar. 15 as scheduled with four guests and seven members present. Mrs. E. A. Lee was in charge of the lesson. Gordon Blanchard, Mason City was an overnight guest Thursday with his mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard. Mrs. Viola Stone, Banks, Ark. left Thursday for her home. She has been visiting in the house o her son, Tracy Stone, and. getting acquainted with her new grand daughter, Robin Jean. Sentral Teachers Get Pay Raises Of S100 To S350 Fenton — The Sentral School board has voted teacher pay 'Increases ranging from $100 to' $330. "We have no salary schedule," explained Supt. D. G. Kebppel. "TKe average wage increase 4 is ;233. Individual increases, are based on training, Subject field and amount of extra-curricular activ- tles supervised -by the teacher. The board has 'accepted the res- gnation of Gary Wiebye wh6 had senior high school English. He >lans to go into straight dramatics. Mrs. William Nugent, homemaking teacher who taught English 9 this year, will teach beginning Spanish next fall.. Mrs. James Ellerston' of -. Ringsted has be'en aired to teach four classes of English 9 and 10. . , ; The board Is now seekingi a teacher for English 11 and 12" with speech and library training. Sentral schools resumed i( on Thursday after a three day snow vacation with 40 absent from Fenton grade school,, and 34 absent from Sentral high school. Total enrollments are 154 and 239 respectively. Many of the absent students were "showed in" but a great number are also ill with the fed measles. Fenton school secretary, Mrs. D. G. Koeppel, says, "the second grade has been hit the hardest." 1 J; At Official Meeting : Mayor W.. W. Jolley and Town Clerk Paul Eigler Friday, March 9 attended the regular monthly session of the Northwest Iowa Mayors association in Spencer. The group discussed mutual problems including employee insurance, road use tax and general financial problems. There was some discussion of the proposed relocation of high- Way 69 between Clear Lake and Mason City. Highway 69 now crosses highway 18 at the west edge of Garner. Boy Has Asthma Attack Dr. W. W. Jolley advised Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Borchardt that their six year old son Jay should go to the hospital in Estherville, Wednesday night. He has asthma and had caught a cold which made him quite ill. In any normal winter it would have been a simple matter to get him the one-eighth mile from his farm home to highway 44 and on to Estherville. The road from the farm to highway was snow filled so Arnold Hainzinger was called to bring the county snowplow to clear the road but somehow he slipped off into the ditch, as reported elsewhere. Duane Widdel then arrived on the scene and pulled him free with his wrecker truck. After a two hour delay Jay and his parents left for Estherville. Upon arrival he was placed in an oxygen tent and had to be hospitalized for several days. Gary Zumaph, son of Mr and Mrs Alvin Zumach, Lakeview, former Fenton residents, has returned to the United States from Rome, Italy. He has completed three-years in planning to For sound color advice • smart color combinations to use • free color cards fo plan wifh • everything you need fo get started • see your SUPERMIX paint expert this weekend OVER 9OO COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM Save Time, Save Work, Save Money ROLLER & TRAY SPECIAL STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON OUR OWN HARDWARE "READY TO GO" USED CARS 1959 Chev. 6 cyl. Bel Air, standard trans $1250 1959 Ford 8 Cyl. Custom 300, overdrive $1250 1959 Chev. Biscayne 4-dr. .. $1195 1958 Chev. Bel Air 4-dr. V-8, auto, trans $ 950 1958 Cfiev. Bjscayne, 6 cyl. stan. trans f 850 1957 £hcv. Bel Ajr V-8, 4-dr. auto, trails. $ 750 1956 Chev. 4-dr. V-8 wagon, stand, trans $ 650 1956 Chev. 2-dr. J>elray V-8, auto. *raus $600 1955 CUev. 2-door 8 50( 1955 Chev. 4-dr. yilh pverdrjve. $ 550 1956 Mercury 4-dr., auto, trans. $ 600 1957 1HC pickup, % ton, 4 speed $7{iO B & W CHEVROLET Fenton, Iowa (10-11 FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You TQ Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IPEA, DEERE and GEJHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 |le*. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building < Remodeling PHONS 135 or 17 Dr, E. W. Ruske PINTIST Office Pheoe 79 »nc» JIS v Iowa The Fenton UOYD M. liceruad Real Estate And Av the Army and while In My was with the bostal division ae the AffasW&n Efnba%,, • , Mrs* Ed BrifliJi, MfS , acorgc Stems, Mrl Ebvin Johnson and Mrs Walter Pertl attended- title World Day of Grayer service March 9 at the Trinity Lutheraii churdh in Algona. Mrs Ervln Bruhn had a quilting party March 8. Fentott guests were Mrs Walter Peril, Mrs Elmer Grift- ert, Mrs-Hllbert Blerstedt and Mrs Alfred Bierstedt. The Fenton Legion Auxiliary nlct Friday, March 10 at the home of Mrs Lavon Steinberger. Boll call was answered by 13 members. $L1S was sent to the Knoxville Carnival at Knoxville and $2.50 to the Mental Health Institute at Mount Pleasant. The auxiliary made 100 candy favors for Glen- Wood. Mrs W. E. Laage gave the legislative bulletin. The Apr. meeting will be held with Mrs Rex Wolfe. Mrs Carrie Volgt- had a coffee party in honor of Mrs Olga Huskamp's birthday Friday, March 9. Guests were Mrs Eugene Huskamp, Mrs Clarence Arbogast, Mrs Ralph Weisbrod and Mrs Blanche Huskamp. Prize winners at the Fenton Lumber company open house March 10 were Mrs Art Zumach, Mrs Merle Voigt, Mrs Ervin Bruhn, Mrs Florence Saxton, John Gramenz, Gus Krause, Lyndon Kerber, Homer Matthiesen, Everett'Hartman, Martin Wilberg, Joe Madden and the winner of the pair of skates was Jacquline Jones, daughter of Mr and Mrs Warran Jones. Mr and Mrs Frank McFall were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt. FREE WASH JOB '•• ':f ' wifH' "." •'•'•' •:•' EVERY OIL CHANGE & LUBE JOB FOR BALANCE OF MARCH KRAUSE."«•" SERVICE FENTON •"/•;•''" POCKET SIZE 6 TRANSISTOR RADIO, *«| COMPLETE WITH BATTERIES AND EAR v | PHONES. 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 WELCOME TO FENTON ON AUNT JEMIMA DAY We aren't serving the Free Pancakes, but we'll help to eat 'em . . , and we'd also be mighty' happy to have you stop jn and see us while you're In town. ; You will always find your local bank vitally interested in community events and community well-being . . . as well as your own personal adviser end friend if you so desire. Whatever your requirements or problems'that might require ,the assistance of good banking facilities, we invite your patronage and offer our help, anytime. FIRST TRUST and SAVINGS BANK FENTON OFFICE ' • THE QUICK & ECONOMICAL WAY TO GET & SPREAD FERTILIZER I' i I .. 5*rvis* AND IT ISN'T TOO EARLY TO THINK ABOUT IT! 1-YoM supply the "prescription"; we'll mix the fertilizer. 2-You bring the tractor; we have the spreader ready with your specified fertilizer, 3-You spread it. Here's a common-sense {arniii\g .practice. We supply you with the exact .amount of plant foods your land and crops may need, from our pwfl Bulk Blending Fertilizer Plant, We have iwo tractor-drawn fertilizer spreaders for your use. Ysu will be able to sprea^l your fertilizer tang before you con get intg your fields with a truck, and thin look* like a wet spring. (Spread* er shown above.) You'll be way ahead pn sprinfl work by th|s program. USING A GOOP FERUt-IZER PROGRAM ON YOUR CORN, NEW SEEDING OR HAY GROUND WJU ASSURi YPW pF \M~~~ YIELDS NEXT FALL. STOP IN NOW WWW YQU HAVi fHf AND WORK OUT THE DETAP, Remember: We can make ajiy number of units of you may wgnt, from the finest Ingredients, and «J c moderate cost, • , ,. .'- ' * ! ' •'•.'."- - ""' . Fenton Co-Op Elevator

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