The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1962 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 3, 1962
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APRIL 3, 1962 j 'i Son-ln-La w Is Recipient Of A Scholarship Fenton — A. Eugene Havens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glade Havens, Brooks, and son-in-law of Mrs. George Jentz, Fenton, has been awarded a Fulbright grant to conduct research in rural sociology In Columbia, South America. Professor Havens' research will be concerned With the resistances to change on the part of Colombian farmers and how they relate to the acceptance of agricultural innovations. He also hopes to. teacli on "the diffusion of innovations" at Colombian National University children. in Bogota, He has been a member of Ohio States faculty since i960, when he was awarded a master of science degree. Mr. and Mrs. Havens will go to the 'University of Calif, in July, Where; they will remain through My, 1963. Mrs. Havens, Is the forrfier Marilyn Jentz. Ha yens reielfed a bachelor of science degree from Iowa State University in 1959 and in March was awarded a doctor of philosophy degree from Ohio'State. 70th Mr. and Mrs. Barney Kempers of Sioux Center recently celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary. They have seven children, 26 grandchildren and 49 great grand- sa ve a dollar a gallon... ONLY REG. $5.98 GAL. QH Outside White PAINT Think of'the dollars you save on a complete paint job using Our Own Challenger brand — a brilliant white white! Beautiful protection for your home and farm, now priced far below most paints of? cbmpaikb^e quality! Buy Challenger Outside.cWhjte <ra,spjpial npw at | STOEBER HARDWARE In Friendly Fenton OUR OWN HARDWARE 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 Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Print ed That Takes An Interest In Fenton I LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa Landslide Is Obstacle To Getting Home Fehton — Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod had an uneventful train trip home from their winter stay at Long Beach, Calif. Uneventful that is until Thursday morning when they were to leave the Pullman at Perry. Between Manilla and Perry a landslide had occurred and the Union Pacific had to switch tracks. John Munch and Jack had planned to pick up the Weisbrods at Perry at 6:00 a.m. They did get their luggage however and were told their train would be in.Boone at 9:45. The track switching took all forenoon so the Weisbrods didn't arrive-in Boone until 1:30 p.m. They arrived at the Munches in tinie for supper instead of breakfast as planned. Plan Style Show Spring Vues of '62 a style show sponsored by the Town and Country Federated Women's Club of Fenton will be held on April 10 at 7:30, p.m. in the Fenton school gymnasium. Refreshments will be served and door prizes awarded. Models include pre-school, grade and high school girls and ladies of the community. Tickets may lie purchased from club'members or at the door. ' _^____ • i Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bier and Vickie visited last week with Mrs. Bier's parents Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Hainzinger. Bier recently returned from Turkey where he was stationed in the Air Force. Monday they left by car for New York where he is now stationed. Mrs. Will Miller accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krough and Diane to Waterloo over the week; end of March 25. They visited with Mr. and Mrs. James Krough and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bell and sons. . • '. Dr. and Mrs. E.. W. .Iluske'at- tended the Minnesota State Dental convention at St. Paul over the weekend. Mr., and- .Mrs. Arnold Mailer, Marble Rock were March 25 weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitcljell. : , ;• ' .•Sunday, March 25 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Skaar, Harold and Burnett, Primgar, Mr. , and Mrs. Arnold Haller, Marble Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Foley and family, Cylinder, Theodore and Duane Meling, Cylinder and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell. Mrs. George Murphy entertained the U-Deal-Em Bridge Club Monday, March 26. The prize winners were Mrs. Paul Eigler, high, Mrs. George Jentz, second high and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland low with two tables in play. Mrs. Dorothy Larson of Kuthvcn is spending a few weeks in the home of Ernest Berklands. Mrs. Larson is Mrs. Berkland's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kuhlmann and Christie, Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Tete Schlauderoff and family, Glencoe, Minn, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte, Sunday, March 25. Kuhlmann is a nephew and Mrs. Schlauderoff is a niece of Mrs. Schulte. Kern Elrick and Judy, Jefferson, were Sunday, March 25 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod. Sunday, March 25, guests in the home of the Ernest Berklands were Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland and family and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlei and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Theesfield, Sunday evening, March 25. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stuck! were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Mildred Bloomquist, in Fort Dodge. Mrs. George Stems entertained two tables of 500 last week. Prize winners were Mrs. Ernest Votteler, high, Mrs. Emma Radig second high and Mrs. Clara Fischer, low. Barbara Hanifan Engaged; Plans June Wedding bll.h, d By Th. Upp.f ill Main* Publlthlne Co., Alflona, MRS. Ntw« Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Forres Hanifan of Toledo, announce thi engagement of their daughter Barbara Jane, to Dixon Zander son of Mr. and Mrs. William Zan der of Sumner. Miss \ Hanifan am her fiance are students at Wart burg College in Waverly; A June wedding is planned. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson o Fenton are Barbara's grandparents and Mrs. Kate Wegener of Algona is her great grandmother. : The Depew Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon, March 29 Hostesses were Mrs. Ervin Berk land and Mrs. Obed Naig. Mrs Russell Johnson led the Bible Study and Mrs. Ervih Ruhnke pre sented the topic on "World Mis sions". Guests Were < Mrs. Lloyc Berklandl and Mrs. Don-Berkland Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Long am sons visited over the, weekend^ of March 25 with Mrs.' Long's "mother, Mrs. Helena Jentz. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Jentz were the Longs and Mr. and Mrs. Ladel Olson and iJade, Blue -Earth, ;Minn Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr. ' and Mrs. Burnett Heine were Mr. and' Mrs. Ronald Bier and Vickie, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Mrs. Kenneth Krause^^nd Scott. Mr. and Mrs Bier v/grk also visitors of the Heines; on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs.'- Vincent Votteler and Vickie, Laurens, were Sunday, March 25 supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler, Mr. and Mrs. Delond Votteler and Mr. 'and Mrs. Ervin Votteler were evening visitors. The Saturday Afternoon Bridge club met March 24 with Mrs. Jessie Newel. Three tables, were in play with prizes going to Mrs. Webber Yager, high, Mrs. George Jentz, second high and Mrs. Ella Waite draw prize. Mrs. R. C Goetsch, Mrs. Ernest Votteler, Mrs. George Jentz and Mrs. Ella Waite were guests. Mrs. Arlin Kohlwes and Bobby, Humboldt were Friday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Mr. anil Mrs. Roger Radig, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Long, Bettendorf were Sunday evening, March 25 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell visited last week with their daughter Marie and son-in-law Rev. and Mrs. Eddie Silrum at Storden Minn. Arnie&Jim To Play Hosts Arnie llnnsen and Jim Meyer are throwing a little party, Friday and Saturday, out at their station on highway 44, in 'cooperation with the Standard .Oil Co. The pair arc holding Open House those two days, with a host of registration prizes to be given away, Tootsie rolls for the kids, and free coffee nnd cookies for all adults who stop in, as well as some other special features to be, found in a complete, detailed ad else' where in the Fenton' Reporter , today. Plan For Woman Clubs' Rally Fenton — The Fenton Township Homemakers met with Mrs. Mernard Miller with Mrs. Dale Wegener, co-hostess. Roll call was "corner cutters" in housework. The lesson on music and recreation, old folk songs, was presented by Mrs. Duane Habeger. The home extension lesson was not re-scheduled after the bad weather so none was.presented. . . The club made name tags for thf All Women's Day to be held next Friday at the KC hall in Algona. The Fenton club is in charge of registration for this meeting of all Homemaking clubs in Kossuth county. Clarion Girl To Wed Fenton Youth, June 2 BREAKS ARM Ed Wittkop of Jesup recently met with an accident while helping Lewis Phillips change a tire on the town's maintainer. The large tire slipped, striking Wittkop, breaking his arm. W'Vrtw.ViWJwvvY^ FREE! Portable Picnic Cooler Chest, Plastic With Metal | Handle, With Purchase of Only 500 IBS. FELCO 5HICK STARTiR, Offer Good Until June 31 - (One tp a Customer) Fenfon Co-Op Elevator CAKD OF THANKS I wish to thank my many friends and relatives who remembered me with cards and kind words during my recent illness in Mesa, Ariz. — W. E. Stoeber (13*) ; Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Thompson of Clarion, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Charlotte, ajbove, to Charles L. Kern, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd C. Kern of Fenton. The wedding date has been set for June 2. Miss Thomp- spn attended Waldorf College and ijs now employed at The Robson Agency, Clarion. Mr. Kern will graduate from Waldorf Junior College in May. CONTACT DECORATING PLASTIC DO-IT-YOURSELF Waterproof, Washable mn Decorating Miracle YARD STRIP OFF RARER & APPLY I 18" WIDE STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton NEED REPAIRS ? HOW IS YOUR EVE SPOUTING ? A Little Repairing NPW Con Sqvt A Whole Lot of Expense L«ter! WE CARRY IN STOCK A FUll UNi OF iVi SPOUTING. QlVi US A CALL McFALL PLUMBING & HEATING PHONE 159-rFiNTQN 50 Parents At School Roundup Fenton ~,Iti spite of the foggy weather last Monday evening 60 parents registered 29 youngsters at the Sentral school kindergarten routid-up. Mfs. K6rl Kiilshoitti; county grade supervisor, briefed the group on kindergarten preparation. Miss Florence Yager, kindergarten teacher for the Fenton and Lone Rock schools, spoke to the parents and two films -for kbf* dergarten parents were 1 shown. LONE ROCK NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Zimanskl went to a wedding of friends Saturday at Fairmont, Minn, and then Sunday to Blue Earth to visit her father, John Nelson. The Art Person family and Lee Person were Sunday dinner guests of the Ed Hoppes at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Art Person went to Mason City Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. Gerald Soderberg, who is in a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig attended a blacksmith's meeting Sunday at the Wilbur Allbee home in Rolfe. Sunday evening callers at .the home of Mrs. Mary Flaig were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman, Garner, and Mrs. Ruth Kriieger. Mr. and Mrs. prnie Behrends went to Sunberg; Minn, over the weekend to visit the Joe Behrends family. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pavik, Fairmont,'were Sunday supper guests of Walter Thompsons. Mr., and Mrs. Clarence SchendeL Ames,'were overnight guests of Mr., and Mrs. Walter Thompson, Monday. O'n Tuesday the 'Schen- d8te rind the Walter Thompsons werej PTueSday dinner guests of NevaJThoifipsofli ___ ^ m , lrt Mr. and Mrs. Bale Wegener attended a farewell pfirtjr ft* tfie Tom Guolees Thui'sd^ evening; The Laurence Haueks, Hunt' boidt, were last Sunday callers at , the home of Mrs. Mary Genrich, The Lawrence Walshes day evening callers. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa • Experienced , Embalrriers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour : ' ! ' ••" . ' " I , i. • ' ' Ambulance Service I ;?;Funeral May Be; Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 202 U i ...,-•. •' • * < • . THIS COUPON IS WORTH 25 Off ON A DECO WHEY BLOCK (Clip and Bring In) , DUNCAN PRODUCE FENTON, IOWA 02-13), It's spreader spreader //^^ . - . • ^_^ M ' '. '^^' " inl/ me/ for a , ". •••••' NEW IDE A Your prestent spreader will never again be worth as much as it is right now. Trade-in. Trade-up. We're out to break our spreader sales record. We're out to save you money. 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