APRIL 24, 1962 4-Alflona (let.) Upper pe» Molnm Tuesday, April 24, 1961 Boy, 7, Discovers Fire On Huskamp Farm At Fenton '>, Fenton — About 9 a.m. Friday morning the Fenton fire department was called to the Robert Huskamp farm 2V4 miles northwest of Fenton. The Huskamp's seven year bid Paul discovered the fire in the roof of the house when he was sent outside to get something for his father who was working in the basement. Except for a hole in the roof there was no damage. Because the firemen ; CompareThisPricetoModets With Even Less Capacity) 14CU."FT. "NO-FROST KELVINATOR used chemicals there was no water damage either. Mrs. Huskamp said, "We are very grateful tt the FeiUon firemen for their quick response to our call." The Huskamps believe that one of the things that kept the fire down until the Fenton departmen arrived was the fact that Mr Huskamp went into the attic with a pail of water and slowed down the flames by scooping it on the fire. Sparks from a chimney are belhved to have started the blaze. Another unusual thing was thai Ervin Krause, a member of the Fenton fire dept., was working in the basement on a water filter adjustment when the flames were discovered. He didn't have far tc go to get to that fire. ^ Model 76IN Saves Up To*31.30A Ye A Electric £///$/ And it has no electric heating elements or additional sol- Test after test has shown the Kelvinator "No-Frost" System to be far more economical in operation, saving up to $31.30 a year in electric bills! • Giant 105-lb. Separate Freezer • Two Handy Pull-Out Shelves »Twln Porcelain Crispin • Full-Width Dairy Chest for butter and cheese ••'• Convenient-Egg. 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The safety council has been keeping safe- driving records since 1930 and the 32 year award is the highest possible to date. Herbert Krause. Preparations underway for'the senior girls t4a" in May. Mrs. tterwp&d Volgt wai ;he hostess and Mrs. Ted Jensesi xas assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Seeley, Spirit Lake are the parents of e fquf pound, 7 ounce baby boy born April 17. He has been named Mark Robert. Mrs. Clara Seeley Is his grandmother. Mrs. Martha Mueller celebrated her 83rd birthday with her family on Palm Sunday- The afternoon party was at Roy Muellers and guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Befkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Henriksen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and' family, Mr. and Mrs, Franklin Mueller and family and Mr. and Mrs. Art Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Bellinger Mixers Club Meets The Independence Mixers Farm Bureau Women's Club met Thursday afternoon, April 19, at the Independence -Township hall. The program consisted of several sets. of slides on' food, presented by Mrs. Ted Nelson and Mrs. Jot Kay. Mrs. Arnold Naig, the vice- president was in charge of the business meeting. Lunch was served by Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Kay. Program Is Taped The Town & Country Women's Club had an unusual, meeting on April 17th.' A representative from KLGA radio Hi Neighbor program tape recorded their program and interviewed six ; ladies. The members he interviewed were Mrs. Clarence Yager, Mrs. .Ly\e Newel, Mrs.. Derwood Voigt, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt,,. Mrs. Harlan Eimers and Mrs. Ervin Bbrchardt. The program was played the following day on KLGA. '.Three Algona stores gave gifts* and the three ladies to receive them' were" Mrs. Harlan Eimers, a corsage from Algona Greenhouse, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, two Easter baskets from he Ben Franklin store and Mrs. Ervin Borshardt a cake from 'inn's Bakery. The program was and Marilyn were April 13 evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs Allen BoUinger. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding and family, Biirt were Wednesday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki. ' Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bellinger and Keith, were Palm Sunday supper guests of Ella and Darlene Schattschneider in Algona. Upon their return home Mr. and Mrs. Peter Koenck and son visited with the Bellingers that evening. Those helping Mrs. Anna Bo evers celebrate her 83 birthday on Palm Sunday at the home of her son Mr. and Mrs. Harrj Haase were Mrs. Edith Hayenga. Mrs. Carrie Haase, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase, and Mr. and Mrs Harry Phillips, Algona and Mr and Mrs. Larry Gade and girls, Mr. and.Mrs. John Bailey anu Jerome want to Minneapolis last Tuesday oil a spring buying trip. Mrs. Kate Wegener, Algona celebrated her 85th birthday oil Palm Sunday. Fenton folks attending the party that afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Johnson, Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and family, Mr. and a book report on "Mexico" by | bouglas and family, Mr\ and Mrs Erico Verissmo jiven by Mrsv Harian Kramer and Ronnie, Er Best Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Jetry Jentz and family, Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Douglas and family, Mr and Mrs. Dale Douglas and fafn fly and William Volgt and Peggy Supper guests were Calvin'Voigt Mr. and Mrs.' Franklin Mueller and family, Mr. and Mrs, Merle Voigt and family and. William Voigt and Peggy. Mr. and Mrs, James Krough and sons, Waterloo were Palrn Sunday guests of Mrs. Nettie Miller. Palm Sunday dinner guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler were Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Votteler and family and Mr. and Mrs. ttelond Votteler and family, The occasion was in honor of the confirmation of Rennae Votteler at St. John's Lutheran church tlear Ringsted. She was confirmed with a class of eight and Rev. Gordon Miller is the pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bollinge and Keith were Palm Sundaj weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs L. C. Pittman. The PittmanV daughter Kathy was confirmed a the Our Savior Lutheran churcr on Palm Sunday and dinner guests that day were the Bellingers anc Mr. and Mrs. Art Hengel former Fenton residents, now of Des Moines. Mrs. E. L. Vaux, Davenport visited over the Easter weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs L. J. Weisbrod. : Mr. and Mrs. Albert MitchcJ' and Mr. and Mrs. Ole Peterson were Palm Sunday dinner guest? of Mr. and" Mrs. Morris Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchel' spent the Easter weekend visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heller at Marble Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Davidson at Charles 'City. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne and Mr. and Mrs Richard Stucki and family visited on Palm Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gochenauer in Spencer. Mrs. Frances Rauert, Denver Colo, and Hadley Bailey, Chicago, 111. visited Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey. Th. Up>r 0** MRS. st ucr N«w< Editor Mojfles visited a few,days las Week with Mr. and Mrs. bonalc Shaw. Palm Suftday they attends the 6onfirrnation of their grand son Ricky Shaw at the Methodis church and they and Mrs. Emi Frank, were dinner guests tha day. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Peterson Ringsted were Palm Sunday dinner guests or Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson in honor of Steven's con firmation, Mr. and Mrs.. Jerry Walte and Tammy, Manhattan, Kansas were Easter vacation guests of Dr. and Mrs. John Waite, last Week. .Mrs. Pat St. Clalr and Mrs Roberts, Paoli, Pennsylvania were guests several days last week of Mr, and Mrs/Gerhart HatUman. VJrs. St. Clair is a cousin of Mrs. rfantelman school for and blind teaches at a arid retarded CARBON PAPERS, office supply dept.. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. WE'LL FILL IT . . . YOU SPREAD IT! FERTILIZER SPREADING... Quickly and Economically WITH OUR OWN TRACTOR - DRAWN SPREADER 1-You 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* a common-sense forming practice. We supply yoo with the exact amount of plant foods your land and 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 your fertilizer long before you eqn get into your fields with a iruek, and this looks like a wet spring. You'll be wqy qheqd 90 spring work by using this program. ' USING A GOOD FERTILIZER PROGRAM ON YOUR CORN NEW SEEDING OR HAY GROUND WILL ASSURE YOU OF LARGER YIELDS NEXT FALL. $TQP IN NOW WHILE YOU HAVE THE TIME AND WORK OUT THE DETAILS. THB TIMi Remember: \Vc can make any number of units of plant food you mav want from ti, P finest ingredients, and at a pleasingly moderate cost. y Fenton Co-Op Elevator HOME 9WNJP IN FE.NTQN, |Q WA , . Mrs. Marlin Wegener and family Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye and family, and Mrs. Emma Reimers. The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs;,JK;-,R. Wolf. The group mack p'lans for the annual flower, and plant sale to be held Poppy Day. May 26. They sent $2.50 to the Mental Health Institute at Independence and will be sending & birthday gift to the boy they sponsor at Woodward. Mrs. W. E Laage gave a legislative reporl The May meeting will be at th home of Mrs. S. E. Straley. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bell and family, Waterloo were Easte weekend guests of Mrs. Nettie Miller. Miss Lois Voigt, Waterloo spent the Easter weekend with hei father William Voigt. Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Heine were Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman and Paul, Mrs. Pat St. Clair and Mrs. Roberts, Paoli, Penn., Mr and Mrs. Merle Voigt and Vance and Jim Schmidt. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Melvin Bradshaw and children and Mrs. Melvin Peterson, Estherville. Judy Eigler. Cedar Falls spent her Easter vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Palm Sunday visitors of Mr and Mrs. Raymond Lister were Mrs. Lister's brother Mr, and Mrs. Shirley Bridges, Seymour. Mr. Jay Bridges, Mrs. Lister's father, returned home with his son after convalescing in the Lister home for six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Brace and son and Mr. William Rath, Lone Rock were Palm Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley, Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Norland Spencer and Mr, and Mrs. T. J, Haaland : Rosy. Palm Sunday guests of Mr. an. Mrs. John Gramenz were Mr and Mrs. Roy Valentine, Lesjio and Christie, Qmaha, Neb., Mr and Mrs. Ray Tietz and family Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gramenz and Mr. John Watson, Spirit Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Rollantf Watson, Elizabeth and Steven, and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bruns and LeAnn, Titonka and Mr. and Mrs. Ortwin Tietz. Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Douglas entertained in honor of Renee's confirmation on Palm Sunday Dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs Fred Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle ~... vw . »y» -w ( children. 'Mis, RobertsIte the superintendent at the samV school. ; J ^irglnla Circle .,,.. , t /The Virginia Circle 1 of' the Meth- pdist WSCS met Monday for a one o'clock luncheon in .the church ______^i^: SECURITY parlors. Mrs. Earl Lufkin and Mrs. Clarence Underwood wer the hostesses. Twenty-one members answered roll call. Mrs. Arlo Ranney led appropriate' Easter devotions. Mrs. Lester Weisbrod presented the lesson from the book on South America entitled Lartd of Eldorado. Members were urged to attend the guest day at the.Burt Methodist church on Apr. 25, Mrs. Darryl Underwood and daughter, Emmetsburg were guests. . . CARD OF THANKS The family of J. H. Jensen wish' es to ' express their heartfelt hanks to all who extended comforting sympathy and help in our recent sorrow. For the beautiful ervice, floral offerings and other dndnesses, we are deeply grate- ul. 16* :.} CARD OF THANKS I Wish to sincerely thank all my relatives and friends who sent | cards and, gifts or -helped me in any way while in the hospital. | _. — Mrs. Allan Bellinger (16*)' IF ITS NEWS. WE WANT IT 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 K CONFIDENCE Your Bank Is Here To Serve bank'-.is'here to serve. This means not only the usual banking transactions — checking accounts, cashing checks, savings accounts — but some of the more personal matters.- If you have problems which may need the services of a bank, we invite you to talk it* over with us. , All deposits Insured to $10,000 ; . By Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. s Bank and Mrs. C. E. Shaw, Des Pub FOR ALE TUESDAY - MAY 1 st-1:30 P. M. FENTON, IOWA HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO SELL PRECEDING HOUSE for foe/ay's farming CORN I 1 Henry Schroeder LONE ROCK, IOWA (11-21) Legal description of house being sold — S 34' of Lot 3 and all of Lot 4. Block M in Western Town Lot Go's Plat of part of Out Lot C, Biks. 13 & M, Fenton, Kossuth Co., Iowa. The John Li"ht House located south of m<»in street in Fenton. Iowa. The second house on the east side of the street. This is a two story house. There are on the main floor, four rooms plus a bathroom and enclosed porch There are three bedrooms, two with closets, upstairs also a large bathroom and hallway. The kitchen is of a desirable size with plenty of built in cupboards with formica tops & twin sinks. It has inlaid linoleum on the floor. The living room has new wall to wall carpeting which matches that in the hall and matching carpeting on the steps of the open stairway, It also has Venetian blinds and drapes which go with the house. The downstairs bathroom has a shower stall and the upstairs bathroom has a bath tub. The upstairs has combination windows and also the enclosed porch has combination windows. There is a full basement with oil hot water furnace and a 300 gallon fuel tank. Also a 50 gallon electric hot water heater. There is also a cistern. The house is insulated and has shakes siding on it. There is a large double garage with overhead doors. \ li* HOUSEHOLD GOODS TERMS — 20 % down. Balance when a warranty deed and abstract are delivered. Immediate possession. For further information please contact Lloyd Berkland, Heal Estate Broker. Phone 233 at Fenton, Iowa. This house is available for inspection at any time by appointment with the above broker. Westincjhouse Frost Free Refrigerator, approx. 7 1 /? C u. ft. Westinejhouse home Free?er-Upri0ht, approx. 7'4 eu, ft. The above is a matching pair and in excellent eond. L. one) H. electric stove - 40 in. wide General Electric combination washer-dryer. (Used only 2 months and like new) Kitchen Set - Chrome table and 4 chairs in grey and yellow. * .1 Bookcase Type Desk. Clothes Hamper Montgomery Wgrd sewing machine Magazine rack Two new type Iqwn chairs Hide-A-Bed in Beige Frieje upholstering (Very nice-ljke new) 2'/: h.p. outboard motor. Four piece walnut bedroom set (complete) Cedar Chest China Closet Buffet and 6 Matching Chairs Metal bed (complete) 2 Dressers 2 Rockers 2 Footstools Twin (amps for dresser Curtains, bedding, throw runs, sofa pillows Floor lamp, mirror, pictures Quilting Promt Pishos, pots and pens, linens «--'-- tools Many Mlscellqnequs (, r H(| f$ TI8MS: USUAl AUCTION TiRMS , NOT «E|PQN5.8U6 IN CASH OF to mention JOHN LIGHT lloyd Berklflnd, Repl fsjcjte Broker pnd Auctioneer. Reoj f sjatf Bro^r Bn cJ &*«••"
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