The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 27, 1962 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 27, 1962
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March 27, 1962 4~Alflond (la.) Uppor Da* Molnaij Talent Show The Talent Show Sponsored by the Sentral Band Mothers will be held March 2? at the Sentral gymnasium at 8:00 p.m. Admission prices are 50c for adults and 25c for students. 'The show will ' feature the Kossuth St. John's ttS. combo band, Span Ish dance, pan-Can tine and Baton twirlers from AJgona, plus other home talent. Mr and Mrs Walter Pert! entertained three tables of their card club Friday evening, March 9. Tuesday evening, March 6, they entertained four tables of 500. County Barbershoppers, Bancroft THIS COUPON IS WORTH 25 Off ON A DECO WHEY BLOCK (Clip and Bring In) DUNCAN PRODUCE FENTON, IOWA (12-13) BRAND NEW PHILCO BENDIX AUTOMATIC WASHER This regular list price is $149.50 OUR SPECIAL $1 PRICE . I McFALL PLUMBING - HEATING - APPLIANCES IN FR1ENDY FENTON 150 At Fenton Banquet Of Mothers, Daughters RED HOT BUYS IN BALER TWIN Manufacturers Will Increase Price On Twine After April 1. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW - SAVE $ $ HAWKEYE TWINE 325 Ib. test. 231 Ft. Per LB. $7.95 HOLLANDER SPECIAL 325 Ib. test. 235 Ft. Per LB. $8.25 Money Back Guarantee V/EiSBROD IMPLEMENT CO. FENTON, IOWA Fenton — About 150 mothers and daughters attended the Mother- EJaughter banquet at the Methodist church Monday evening, March 19. Mrs. Roy Young, Mt. Vernon, the evening speaker, appeared at the bar met in a silk dress like those worn by Korean women. Mrs. Young returned to the US last September after a year of teaching English in Seoul, Korea, consequently she talked of her stay there. Tuesday afternoon she was to be in Swea City and at the Good Hope Methodist church that eve : ning. Appearing on the banquet program were Mrs. Donald Shaw — violinist, Mrs. Arnold Hansen — organist,' Joanne Lufkin, who gave a toast to the mothers and Mrs. Harvey Walker who responded with a toast to the daughters. Table grace was by Mrs. Lester Weisbrod. Toastmaster was Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth' and Mrs. Warren Jones directed group singing. Suzanne Newel played a clarinet solo. The banquet was sponsored by the Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service and the Methodist men served and did the clean up chores... Suffers Slight Stroke Mrs. Anna- K. Boevers suffered a light stroke Friday, March 16 and was taken to Holy Family hospital in Estherville where she remained several days. She is ow home and her condition is much improved. 35th Anniversary A group of friends and relatives f Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener urprised them with a 35th wed- [ing anniversary party on March 18. The self-invited guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krause, .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Weber Ya ger; Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. 'Adolph Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase, and Mrs. Emma Reimers. 500 was played with Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, and UoSJl Sunde getting high score, Mrs. Emma Reimers and Frank Dreyer second high and Mrs. Larry Alt travel. The honored couple were presented with a gift. Judy Elglcr, a college student in Cedar Falls, visited over the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Askelahd and family, Esthervffle were Sunday, March 18 dinner guests of Mrs. Lavon Steinberger. Mrs. Delorcs Schulte, Windpin Minn, visited Tuesday with Mrs Lavon Steinberger. Mrs. Nyles Heggen, Estherville and Mrs. Morris Mitchell were callers Of Mrs. Albert Mitchel Tuesday afternoon. :*' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krumn Jr. and family. Armstrong were last Saturday afternoon visitors o Mr. and Mrs. Duarie Widdel. Sunday, March 18 dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogas in honor of Mrs. Olga Huskamp' birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Ger aid Schmitt and family, Algona Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp pn Trudy and Mrs. Carrie Voig Many relatives and friends includ ing Mrs. Huskamp's Sunday school class called in the afternoon. Supper guests that evening including the Eugene Huskamps and Mrs. Voigt were Mr. and Mrs. Neal Huskamp and Kristi, Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Seeley and James, Spirit Lake were Sunday, March 18 dinner guests of Mrs. Will Miller. They visited Mr. Seeley's mother Mrs. Clara Seeley who is staying with Mrs. Miller. Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber were among those who attended the vocal concert at Ledyard Tuesday night. Mrs Donald Root and Ervin have moved back to their farm home near Fenton after spending the winter in Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Larry Root of Baltimore visited from Tuesday until Sunday with Mrs Donald Root and Ervin. Larry, an engineer, was eing transferred to Sunnyvale, alif where he will be employed. Dr. E. W. Ruske attended the viorth Central District Dental meet- ng in Mason City, Tuesday. Mr and Mrs A. M. Peterson and Wr and Mrs John Rugef, John and 'hillip were Sunday, March IB diner guests of Mrs Theo. Mueller. Mr and Mrs Richard Stuck! and amily visited with Mr and Mrs 3ugene Marlow, rural Burt Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber were supper guests of Mr and Mrs Russell Byers at Swea City Sunday evening. • " Beth Ann Feye daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Feye celebrated her birthday March 19. Susan Luedtke daughter of Mr and Mn Marvin Luedtke was an overnight guest of Miss Feye that night. • The Fenton Methodist Youth Fellowship attended the District M.Y.F. meeting at. the Algorta Methodist church Sunday, Mar. 18. Mr and Mrs Henry Schauberger and family, Ringsted were March 18 visitors of Mr and Mrs Charles Feye. ceived is the, main objective! i The Sefltfal Cbmftiunity schools lost eight day's of school due to the bad weather. Two days have >een made up already ori March 17 and Friday, March 23, instead of the 'teachers attending the North Central District teachers convention. School will not be held on Good Friday, April 20 ,but' there will be school on Monday, April 23 following Easter instead of th& vacation planned. School was scheduled to close May 24th but will have school May 26, 28 and 29. Cliit Meeting dan bl-purchased fMn;«$ tin 'r at the.doof. , {- v " Science Fair At Sentral SeUprilti Fenton — The Science Department of the Sentral Community Junior and Senior High School invites patrons of the district to attend their first science fair to be held at the high school building on Friday, April 13, beginning at 7:30 p.m. There are approximately 50 projects divided into two groups of projects: physical science and biological science. Some of the projects were started last summer and others will have takes four to six weeks to complete. Some projects are quite simple and some are quite complex, but it should be understood that the effort applied and knowledge re- ^is«s»fe»^»» :a »» asi ^^" i ^^rv^.ir» A NEW ALFALFA FROM DISCO RESEARCH Resistant to Bacterial Wilt Top Tonnage Producer Leafiest, Fine-stemmed hay Superior Winter-Resistance Outstanding Recovery after cutting or grazing Pre-inoculated — ready to plant ^,. ,,^>, Wilt-Pruf Brand comes in the new colorful 50-pound multi-wall bag that is moisture and insect-proof, £B3traxjmixjju.ii.iLiJu-j. m.^ -^ff^jgt "Another Product From Disco's Modern Research" SEE YOUR UOCAU .-,;,, To Buy New Bus The Sentral school board met | Friday evening, March 16. They voted to take bids for a new school bus to replace the one driven by Arnold Hansen. They approved ;i proposed minor improvement on the superintendent's house in Fenton. The teachers contracts are to be returned by April 2. The Maxinc Circle of the Methodist WSCS met Wednesday afternoon, March 21, at the home of Mrs. Dale Voigt with Mrs. Arthur Kabrick assisting hostess. Mrs. Dale Weisbrod led the devotions. Mrs. Jessie Newel presented the lesson on Latin America, "Land of Eldorado". A vroup of members of the Fen ton Methodist church attended seminars on Monday and Tuesday at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake and Mason City, First Chris tian church. Miss Salina Hantelman has hcei discharged from the hospital in Aviano, Italy and is convalescing for four weeks in Wiesbaden, Get many. Mrs. Howard Rabey and he hildren Charles and Ruth, Ceda apids visited from Sunday until uesday of last week with her uither Mrs. Emil Frank and her ister and family the Don Shaws. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Peterson and lr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell werc- Sunday, March 18 dinner guests >f Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Burd re- urned home Thursday after a wo montn visit with Mr. Burd's iister Mrs. Eva Radditz in Pine island, Minn. They were also >uests of relatives and friends in •ied Wing and Rochester. DUNCAN PRODUCE FIRESTONE Tire Special 750 x 14 white and black NEW DELUXE CHAMPIONS. Factory Take-offs. 30% OFF DEALER'S CODE Ready Made SEAT COVERS - White bolsters with art leather inserts, all 4 or 2 dr. complete $10.95 Clear PLASTIC SEAT COVERS, transparent, a complete set for $14.95 Plus Installation - or do it yourself Sentral Selects Band Queen For Festival Fenton — Bonnie Geitzenauer baton twirler, will lead the Sentral school band as its queen at the Northwest Iowa Band festival in Mason City in June. She was chosen "by .band members this week. - ' Bonnie is active in vocal music, is a member of the girls glee club, mixed chorus and double mixed quartet in school and sings in the hoir of St. John's Lutheran church n Fentnn. She plays a role in the senior class play now in rehearsal. She s also a part time operator for the Fenton Co-operative Telephone company. Her parents; are the Dei- >ert Geitzenauers of Fenton. A fellow wouldn't mind loaning his lawn mower if-the borrower wouldn't take it out of the yard. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Jowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Fenton ~> The Town v Womens club met Tuesday at We home of Mrs. 'Charles; f eye with Mrs. Arnold Hansen assisting hostess. Mrs. Ted -Jensen reported 6n a book. she had read, "In Search ot'Inca Gold" by Anthony Phair. Final preparations were made for hb Town and Country Style Show o be held in the Fenton schoo gymnasium Tuesday, April 10, at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served. Tickets at $1.00 for adults and high school and 50c for grades ;CAKO OF fHANKS 1 wish to'thank all my Wend who sent tee eaMs, gifts and'fieri era-while "I was ill at home ad in 'the ,h6spital.> Ais6' ; thanks Rev.-Walketf.tor his many visits.! Fatty Widdel • ;U2l ,CARD OF THANKS; f wish to' thank everyone wl] remembered me" with cards at gifts while I ,was in the hospiij and at home. — Mrs.. Emil'Ble wenn. Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 202H .COLOR-MATCHING KEM-GLO® enamel looks, waslm like b'akeil enamel- perfect tfor woodwork, bathroom, kitchen walls Guaranteed Washable Dries in 20 minutes! • Easily applied with brush or roller • Guaranteed washable or • • . money ba'ck" • No brush or lap marks • Easy cleanup—just use soap and water • Tremendous choice, of . , , decorator colors , ... " • t • Free Color Harmony Guide service -.a-: ... \K $2,15 Quart STOEBER; HARDWARE IN FRIENDLY FENTON Service FENTON THE QUICK & ECONOMICAL WAY TO GET & SPREAD FERTILIZER SELF ADHESIVE CONTACT DECORATING PLASTIC Tabletops, • Furniture * 1000 USES / pO-IT-YOURSItF Waterproof, Washable Decorating Miracle YARD STRIP OFF PAPER 4 APPLY! IB" «'"t STQEBSR HARDWARE FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FiNTON, IA. "THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invite? You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE and GEHL EQUIPMENT But. Phone 3 Res. Phon« 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. 1. W, Rwskt DINTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, lowo The Fenton REPORTER I, The Only Publication ed Tfeai T«*f s An fentonl I» LLOYD M. B1RKUND listnsed Real Iststt Bre^r »" And AutfW *MVW. Phone 233 ffntgn. »9WB AND IT ISN'T TOO EARLY TO THINK ABOUT IT! 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 farming practice. We supply you with the exact amount of plant foods your land .ond crops may need; from our own Bulk Blending Fertilizer Plant. We have two tractor-drawn fertilizer spreaders for your use. You will be able to spread yoMr fertilizer long beforft you can get Into your fields with a truck, and this looks like a wet spring. (Spreader shown above.) You'll be way ahead 9" spring work by using this program. USING A GOOD FERTILIZER PROGRAM ON YOUR CORN, NEW SEEDING OR HAY GROUND WIU ASSURE YOU OF LARGER YIELDS NEXT FALL, STOP IN NOW WHILE YOU HAVE THE TIME AND WORK OUT THi DETAILS, Remember; We can make any number of units of plant food you may want, from the fintst ingredients, end et a pleasingly moderate cost. 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