The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1962 · Page 10
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APRIL 1962 4-Aiflbna (Id.) Upper.Oe» Melnes Tuesday, April 10, 1962 * Pcrmanents • Hair Color !j • Hair Styling • Damaged Hair >• Hair Trims Treatments LAEL'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 99 — Fenton, Iowa WE CONTRACT COMPLETE Aermotor or Myers — any trpe system that Does The Best job For Your Own Particular Farm. AND WE GIVE SATISFACTORY SERVICE - WE AUE GLAD TO OFFER FREE ESTIMATES. McfAU PIUMBING, HEATING & APPLIANCE Phone 159 — Fenton ft******** the "Imperial" of all * RIDING TRACTORS! * cinwu. SVih.p.* VMA/ # Emperor DOES 12 YARD JOBS! «-,~«n- $370.00 Exclusive Flex-N-Float® mowing — won't scalp your lawn. Choice of 32" or 26" rotary or 30" reel niowcr. Rear-mounted engine for better traction, stability. Many Insta- Hitch attachments, interchangeable without tools, for year 'round use oo 12 bis yard-care jobs. FROM SPRING TO FALL JUST-EASY TILLING $144.50 Unequalled for dependability, performance . . . Just Rasy Tilling! All-steel TURBO TINES till 24" wide — up to 10 inches deep. Fingertip controls. Come in — test-till Aricns JET soon. Self Propelled & Push LAWN MOWERS 4 Models To Choose From $55.95 To $88.50 Weisbrod imp. Co. FENTON, IOWA FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE and GEHL EQUIPMENT ivf. Phone 3 Re*. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE f9t fuihHng * Remodeling 12$ or 17 Dr. E. W. Rusks DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Print ed That Takes An Interest la Fen ton 1 FOR TRUE LOVELINESS! UQYO M. BERKLAND Estpta Broker and Farm Loani jpnd Auction Service Fentpn, Iowa Senior Play Coming At Sentral, April 23 tary Weibye in the direction of lie show. Hilarious rehearsals are nevitable, for the play hits everyone right where they live. Its comments on the injustices committed by administrators, teachers, students, and even the always-right axpayers. Fenton — "Lock, Stock and Lipstick", the upcoming Senior -Clas? play at Sentral, is a veritable fountain of hot and cold running fun. The one-night-stand will be produced April 23, at 8 p.m. at the Si..itral Auditorium. When a woman-hating wall of ice like Gordon Warren Xplayed by Marv Kading) comes into contact with Jane Card ner, a walking Indian summer (played by Jonanne Dreyer), the wall comes tumbling down. Warren is a misguided guidance counselor at Pembroke high school — and has been for a few years. Miss Entwhistle, a raving battle-axe (played by Barb Wehrspahn), suddenly decides that a .girl's counselor would be nice. She hires Jane,, and since there are no handy ac- comodations, Jane moves into the school house lock, stock and lipstick. Warren becomes overheated When the ice melts a puddle forms, and through that puddle splash such character as: Mr. Plunket, Supervising Sanitary En jineer (Leon Geitzenauer); Mrs. Maggs, a sweet old young thing (Barb Priebe); Mary Lou Brennan and Don Donley, a normal teenage couplex (Bonnie Geitzenauer and Larry Bierstedt); Miss Prather, a screaming panther from the math department (played by Susan Sullivan); Mrs. Donley, the secret weapon of high society (Carol Bolinger); Larry Donley and Carol tzzard, representatives from the black leather jacket set (Terry Juhl and Coleen Smith). , Virgean Bierstedt assists Mr. WSCS Ladies Meet The Fenton Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service met Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Verna Lovejoy led the worship and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod presented the program. The April birthday guests were Mrs. Roy Chrischilles, Mrs. Ed Reimers, Mrs. S. E. Straley and Mrs. Carrie Voigt. ,Rev. and Mrs. F. C, Preul also joined them at the birthday table. The hostesses were Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Mrs. E. W. Ruske and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber. St. John's Aid St. John Lutheran Ladies Aid met Wednesday afternoon. Rev. Friedrich led the worship and the topic "Love Begins At Home." Twenty-six members and one guest Mrs. Ernest Votteler were present. Hostesses were Mrs. John Waite, Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Mrs. Webber Yager. Plan Mission School The Fenton Methodist church will begin its School of Missions on Palm Sunday evening through Wednesday, April 18. Sunday evening Mrs. Lester Weisbrod will speak on the African Student Project at Morningside college, Monday evening Mrs. Clarence Underwood will talk on the Alaskan Methodist University, Tuesday evening the topic is Methodist Institutions in Iowa given by Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and Wednesday evening Work in Latin America especially the mission work of Don Campbell at Ponce, Puerto Rico will be presented by Mrs. Jessie Newel. Each night Rev. H. A. Walker will speak about the life and work of a contemporary or early missionary. The four he chose are St. Patrick, St. Francis Xavier, Adoniram Juclson and Albert Schweitzer, 'ilm strips will also be shown. The ichool begins at 7:30 each evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred E^khaflt and sons, Bancroft were Monday evening visitors in the parental |Ko41f Miller home. ' • • Mr. and Mrs. -S. E. Straley ife- turned home Wednesday from a two month winter stay at iEdin- burg and Corpus Christ!, Texas. Shelia Kae Void, .daughter of the Don Voids, Lake Mills, Accompanied her grandparents home for ttie remainder of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hansen and Greg, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph "-Hansen, were Thursday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. iStra- ley. After dinner visitors .were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton WoKf 'and iWen- dy. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James were Monday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tiemeri, Burt Thursday. • Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Brace, Lone Rock were Thursday afternoon callers at the S. E. Straleys. Brace is a nephew of Mrs. Straley. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer and family and Milton Geitzenauer visited last weekend with the Art Geitzenauers in Lincoln. Nebr. Sunday evening, April 1 supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe were Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall. . Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern entertained Friday evening in honor of YOUR NEWSPAPER Chuck and Jody's birthdays. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Art Mueller, Mrs. Amanda Kern, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mueller and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager and boys. William Voigt accompanied by his daughter Lois Voigt, Waterloo iiad a clinic check-up in Rochester, Minn, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zinnel and family, Rodman were Ap.ril 1 din : ner guests of Mrs. Zinnel's mother Mrs. Laurenetta Miller. Evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ble'ckwenn. . .'-!•' Mrs. Albert Mitchell had a coffee party Saturday afternoon, March 31. Guests were Mrs. Wil- fred.Stoeber, Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod. 1 Mrs. Gerald Voigt and Mrs. R. CJ Goestch. i Rev. and Mrs. Fred Preul re->. turned home last week after a six week stay with their daughter anq grandson, Mrs. E. B. Sulek and Jim in Phoenix, Ariz. They visited with friends in Phoenix,, Mesa and Scottsdale, Ariz, and returned home through the Grand Canyon, Frank McFall and Walter H. Pert! of Fenton recently attended a special dealer training school conducted by Lennox Industries Inc. at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stavros and their infant son Bradley, St. Paul, Minn, were April 1 weekend guests of Mrs. Stavro's mother, Mrs. Florence Behne. Airman 1/c and Mrs. James Cowans and four month Elizabeth of Hampton, Virginia, arrived in Fenton Thursday for a thirty day furlough. They will be guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peril and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gowans. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Drcyor, Sioux City, are the parents of their first child, a son born March 22. He weighed six Ibs. and ten ozs. and has been named Brent Roger. Mrs. Everett Dreyer, Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker, Whittemore are the grandparents. Mrs, Minnie Dreyer is a great-grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halvcrson visited Sunday afternoon, April 1 Mr. Mid -Mrs. -Delbert<Geitzeflaua and Mr. and Mrl.' Nflrfttah Iflntl* stad were Mofiday' evehlflg guesfe of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ohftl. They helped Mrs. -Ohm celebrate h<* birthday which,was April 1st. Julius Jensen, Seneca, Dies At Age Of 76 Fenton — Julius H. Jensen, 76, lifelong Seneca township farmer and livestock producer, died Thursday morning at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. He had been in failing health for about a year and hospitalized since Christmas. Julius Jensen was born September 2, 1885 on a Seneca twp. farm just south of the Blakjer Lutheran church., He attended township schools and had. two years of normal training at Luther college in Decor ah. In 1914 he bought land a mile east of his birthplace, and on June 7, 1917 he was married at Rake, to Inga Jorgenson. For the past 16 years he has farmed.in partnership with his only child, Ted. In 1929 and 1930 Mr. Jensen was a representative to the 43rd general assembly of the Iowa legislature. He served Blakjer church many years as chairman of the board and secretary. His wife passed away in December, 1945. He is survived by his son Ted, his daughter-in-law and three granddaughters. One sister, Inga, Mrs. Peter Mellom of Brandt, S. Dak., died in 1918.'His only brother Peter H. Jensen lives in Fenton. Four surviving sisters -are Minnie, Mrs. Rudolph Hokeustad, Garretson, South Dakota; Clara, Mrs. Ralph Mellom, East Grand Forks, Minn.; Helen, Mrs. Guy Griffith, Des Moines; and Sylvia, Mrs. Ben Burch, Columbia, South Carolina. Funeral services were held Monday at Blakjer church with burial in the church cemetery. The Rev. Stanley Hansen officiated. Thomas Funeral Chapel was in charge. Sentral's Honor Roll Pupils Of Semester Given Fenton — Principal Don Blanchard released the Sentral high school honor roll last week, Straight A's Twelfth — Virgean Bierstedt and Barbara Wehrspan; Eleventh — Trudy Huskamp and Francis Lieb; Tenth — JoAnn Breeze and Loren Menz and grade 9 — Dennis Dahl. B plus, Twelfth — Joanne Dreyer, Marvin Kading, Colleen Smilh, and Sharon Sullivan; Eleventh — Ronald Behrends, Margaret Dittmer, Lois Finnestad, Marilyn Johnson, Judy Jolley, Sharon Krause, Jacqueline Priebe and Beverly Wehrspan; Tenth — Steve Berkland, Mary Hantelman, David Henriksen, Shirley Sullivan; Nineth — Marilyn Alt, David Frink, Judy Hammerstrom, Becky Hantelman, Elaine Schlei, Audrea Stefanski and Bonnie Wehrspan. Straight B's, Twelfth — Michael Kressin; Eleventh — Karen Seege- barth; Nineth — Mark Berkland, . EdPriebe Home Fehton — Spring is herb! Ed Priebe Is track from spending the winter at Ft. Meyers, -Plq; He ^looking fit, and not only that but lie gained 8 Ibs.^hlle in the sunny sooth. Despite tills additional Weight, however,; Ed is stilt his trim self and wllllflg to teke the. affirmative or negative side of any question, depending of course on which side you take. Welcome honic, Ed, Hartman, Carol Zu- Church Host To 80 A Circuit leaders conference, of :he Algona Zone of Missiouri Synod Lutheran churches was held at St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton Sunday, April 1. Eighty attended ;rom twelve churches in Algona, Armstrong, Burt, Fairville, Fenton, Garner, St. John's and St. Paul's, Livermore, Lotts Creek, LuVerne, West Bend and Whittemore. Ladies of the church served lunch to the group. Friedrich Guests Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Foster and three children, Fergus Falls, Minn, visited a few days last week in the parental Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Friedrich home. Mrs. Foster is the former Christina Friedrich. Pledges Sorority In a pledging ceremony March '22, Judy Eigler, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Paul Eigler, became a member of Sigma Alpha Eta the national fraternity of professiona speech and hearing men and wo men. Miss Eigler is a junior at the Slate College of Iowa in Cedar Falls. with Mr. and Mrs. Omeal Nelson I Candice Vaudt. al Humboldl. Enroule home they j visiled wilh Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Meyer in Aigona. Sunday afternoon, April 1 callers of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen and Mrs. Dora Will, Algona, and Mrs. Anna Boevers. Saturday evening, March ni dinner guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki ivere Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bier and Vickie. Monday evening, April 2, the Fenton town council discussed repair of streets broken up by the spring thaw. A representative of the Noel Construction company of Spencer was present, but no contracts were awarded. A. A. Dreyer was issued a permit to build a garage on his residential property in Fenton. Mayor W. vv. Jolley and 1 all five councilmen were present. Henry Wegener, a former Fairville area resident, passed away April 4 at Tacoma, Wash. Wegener who was about 80 years old is Patty Dorweiler, Jirn Nadine Weisbrod and mach. Junior high Straight A — Janet Hammerstrom, eight grade, and Janell Newbrough seventh grade. B plus, Christine Berkness, Juo\i Kraft, John Luedtke, Rennae Votteler, Katheryn Bierstedt, Brian Johnson, Mary Lou Larsen, Mary Meinke, Steven Petersen and survived by his wife, a daughter and six brothers and sisters Mrs. Sam Warner, Kenton and Robert Wegener, Fairvillc are a sister and brother and Mrs. Martin Ohm is a nipf/i ' w niece. Mr. auij Mrs. NEED PRINTING? The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. offers quality work at reasonable cost and with quick service. No job too no job too big. Phone CV THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors fUliqbl* 24 Hour Ambulance Servic* Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone. FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 Wins 2 Medals, Speech Contest Fenton — Judy Jolley, a Sentral high school junior and daughter of Dr, and Mrs. W. W. Jolley won a gold medal and a silver medal at the state speech contest in Cedar Rapids, Saturday, March 31. The gold medal represented a first rating on a humorous declamation "Little Red Hooding Ride" which she gave in a yiddish dialect. The silver medal was a two rating for interpretive reading of poetry. Earlier the same week on Thursday, Friday and Saturday mornings Judy served as a page at the state convention of the D.A.R. at Des Moines. At the convention she and George Patterson of Burt were installed as members of the newly organized Algona chapter of Children of the American Revolu- ion. Judy organized and is president of the Algona chapter. Her mother is senior president. Chas. Osborns OfSeneca On Vacation Trip Seneca — Mr. and Mrs. Charles SELF ADHESIVE CONTACT DECORATING PLASTIC DO-IT-YOURSELF Waterproof, Washable Decoratine Miracle Stoeber Hardware FENTON .Osbofn,lett last Monday «h, cation tl'ip. They first drove to Sulphur Springs, Afkariaas" wliei e they visited With 6ld family friends, the Frank Yales; fhdy theft planned to vjsit with .frienc s 'in Kansas and possibly go on to 'Phoenix, Arizona. They; planned W be gone about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. tteftry JVllberg and /Dennis attended the wedding of their niece, Marilyn Larson and Dale Daniels last Sunday* afternoon at the Nazareth Lutheran church at Armstrong. Marilyn Is the daughter of the Reuben .Larsons. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wilberg and a family of Estherville were Sunday afternoon and evening day dftcrrtoon and evening • g~ire)W tfM'HeflryfffiefrfS, ; .^Tf Bted-up fpr-fto/d/g Henry Schroeder LONE .ROCK, .fflWA ' ' WE INVITE YOU TO LET US TALK OVER LOAN REQUIREMENTS WITH YOU. LOANS ARRANGED 'TO SXJIT YOUR NEEDS AND >UD- GET. 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