MRS. AffoETH HALVEftSOW New* Editor ' ByH Study Tree Planting For TownFenfon Fenfon—A project to insure ihe future beauiy of the community br conducting a iree-plantmg campaign was discussed by ihe Fenton Community Club last week at' the monthly meeting of ihe organization, of which Dr. E. W. Ruske is president. Don Steinberger and Bob Anderson, with Dr. Ruske, were named to check into ihe matter and see what'form .of a civic program could be developed. Shade trees In Fenton, dver a period of years, have gradually been removed as they have suffered the ravages of . time, new building, disease, and storms. The group felt thai it was about time some action was taken to replant where it would be practical and after an investigation of ways and means bf so doing the committee i will report, on ihe matter. • PTA, Fenton, To Hear M.D. Speak Fenlon—Dr. Clyde 3. Smith of Ringsted wfll give a talk on cancer at P.T.A. meeting to be held Tuesday, March 6. A film will also be shown. Program committee for meeting is Mr and Mrs Norman Larson, Mr and Mrs William Weiner and Mr and Mrs Ernest Berkland. *"" Take Time To Laugh The Town and Country/! Woman's Club met Tuesday evening in the home of, Mrs Mervin Pri^be 'with Mrs Arnold Hansen assisting hos'tess. Mrs Herschal Hartrriah presided as president." Farewell For \~ Pringles Held At Berkelands Fenlon—A farewell party honoring the Clifford Pringle family was held in the Bertel' Berkelanc home last Friday night. Guests were Mr and Mrs Jerry Oleson and family, Mr and Mrs Gaylord Oleson and family, Mr and Mrs Melvin Bratrud and Marlys and Mr and Mrs Otto Wilberg all of Ringsted; Mr and Mrs Bob Brown and Bradley' and LaVern Randa of Estherville, Mr'and Mrs Everett Zitterick and family of Terril, Mr and Mrs Bob Jacobson and Thomas of Curlew; Mr and Mrs Howard Preston and family of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Curtis Oleson and LeAnn, Jerry Beaver, Mr and Mrs Robert Berkeland, lola Berkeland of-Kanawha and Mrs Albert Cody, San Bernadino, ANNOUNCEMENT For; BETTER SERVICE to You, And To Save You Money, We Now Offer The* Use of Our FERTILIZER SPREADER TRUCK FOR CUSTOM APPLICATION OF ANY DRY FERTILIZER! Fast and Economical Custom Service Will Save You Money and Time. PLAN TO USE IT THIS YEAR FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR FENTON, IOWA Home-Owned and Home Operated Calif, who has been assisting a the Pringle home and accompanied them to California this pas f weekend. At Leadership School Attending the Kossuth County Junior Leadership held last Wednesday night at the high schoo annex in Algona were Roger Dreyer and Jerry Waite of the Fenton Progress 4-H club and Joanne Sunde and Judy Juhl o the Fenton Forward 4-H club Roger and Jerry gave a demonstration. Roger is pesident ,of the Kossuth County Junior Leadership. Phone Company Meeting Members of the Fenton Co operative' Telephone ; Company are urged to attend the annua meeting! bf the' 'Company to' beheld Saturday, Mardh 3rd at 1:36 p.m. at the Fenton Community Center. Election of two directors for three years will' be held. Idealist 4-H Club '?' A meeting of the independence Idealists was held on Feb. 13 in the home of Sheryl S.olbergi Sue Moore was assistant 'HtfsiesS.'•*•'•?' A demonstration on 'Good Posture While You Work' was given by Sue Moore.'Janice Priebe gave a book report. A panel discussion ,was given by Lois Berkland Phyllis Jacobson and Viola Argabright. Mary Jane Brown and Teresa Naig were " in charge 01 entertainment, j At the close p| the evening, lunch was served by the hostesses and their mothers. Independence Mixers , The Independence Mixers Homerriakers Club mot in , the Lyndon Kerber home, Thursday, Feb. 16. Mrs Olaf Norland was the co-hostess. The chairman, Mrs Clarence Wegener opened the meeting. An interesting lesson" and several- recipe's on one-dish - meals were given by hostess and cO- iqste'ss, and for the lunch ^f owjng the meeting ; dne of'the dishes was swerved. Mrs Ernest Votteler was in charge of the recreation, which was in keeping with Feb. 22, the birthday of our first president. Those in attendances besides the hostesses were Mesdames larence Wegener, Amer Cody, Sverett Hartman, Adolph Hansen, "Irnest Votteler, William Wiener, Robert Berkeland, Eldon- Rhoades, .Joy Jensvold and Bertel Berkeland. W.S.C.S. Circle Met The Dorothea Circle of the WSCS met Thursday, Feb. 23, in he home of Mrs Everett Hartmari with) Mrs Bessie Hartman 'assist- ng hostess. ' Seventeen members .vere in attendance, to answer •oil call with a patriotic verse. VIrs Elwin Schlei was in charge of the devotional period and Mrs George Jorgenson Sr. presented a Bible Study lesson on Esther. In "Life" Picture Did you see Ronald Mortenson's picture in the Feb. 20 issue of Life Magazine? Ronnie is serving aboard the U.S.S. Valley Forge, which is operating about 30 miles off the coast of the Virgin Islands. One is not able to distinguish Ronnie from all the other sailors but he is one of the 570 sailors on the flight deck. The theme of the program was "Take Time To Laugh." Mrs Eugene Huskamp and Mrs Geo. Jorgenson Jr. spoke. The club is making plans for an excursion on March 13. They plan to visit the County Home in the forenoon and following a luncheon in Algona, will make a tour of the New Court House in the afternoon. Mrs Henry Mertz of Wesley, county president, will be a guest at the March meeting of the Town and Country Woman's club- World Day of Prayer was observed in the Youth Chapel of the Fenton Methodist church on Friday afternoon, Feb. 17, with 32 in attendance. Mrs Eugene Huskump was in charge of the Mohawk This new, aH-wool, smart Wihoob attracting admiration far beyond what its modeot price would io« dicatc. Presidio'* functional loop pile attracts practical homemaken to its reduction of footprints and of "fluffing", and decorator* to jtt colorful beauty. Three quietly dramatic moresque colors and four plains all offer tubtle, high-style background for home charm and relaxation. Avail* «ble ia 9', I? *«* J5' width* Moving Time? Thinking Of NEW Floor Covering? , We Have The Very Latest In Rugs - Carpeting and Linoleums Wide Selections — Quality Products AT REALLY GOOD, FAIR PRICES We Lay Our Own Carpeting And Linoleums — Guaranteed Work BIG SELECTIONS IN MATTRESSES, LIVING & DINING SUITES, KITCHEN SETS, etc. WE TAKE TRADE-INS Petersen Furniture FENTON "Everything You Need For The Home" iiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiniiiiiiiuH program,' assisted by Mrs enee^Yager. Numbers wfere stihg' by Mrs Marold Schlei-and Mrs ; Ray Zweifel, accompanied by Mrs' Clarence Osborn. Candles oh tVie altar were Jit by Mrs Jack Gerhard and Mrs Merle Voigt. Mr arid Mrs J. A, Schwattz spent last Sunday In the Karl Schwartz home at Rockwell City, Mr and Mrs Carl Seward of Minneapolis were last weekend guests- in the Wilfred Stoeber home. They were enroute home after vacationing in the Southern States. • The Hulh Circle of Ihe WSCS met last Thursday afternoon With hostesses Mrs' Charles Weisbrbd arid Mrs Clarence Menz. There Were ten members and one guest, Mrs Russell- Jensen, present; Mrs ~Edc'Schlei was In charge Of the/devotions and Mrs Sarah Weisbrod presented the lesson. Mr and Mrs Martin Ohm and Dennis: were Sunday guests }n the Lawrence Ruhnke home at Livermore: •• };i \ • Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and Dennis spent/Wednesday iti ' the > Ben Freeman": ; and Lauritz Nelson homes at Gpldfield." \ - • Mr and Mrs Erving" Davidson and. family of Marble Rock were weekend guests in the parental Morris Mitchell home. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell were Sunday guests in the Chester Skaar home at Primghar. Mrs Slcaar has spent this'past week in the Mitchell home. • ., Her. Harold Norheim, pastor of St. John's Lutheran church at Depew is a patient at the Emmetsburg hospital. Mrs Morris Mitchell is a ient at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Mr and Mrs Rudy Hannover and family, and Mr and Mrs Ed Tietz and.family were last Sunday evening ,'guests .,in the Ed Bruhn home. Friday evening guests in the Oliver Stoeber home were Mr and Mrs Joe Laffey Raymond and Jerry of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger and Mr and Mrs John Kohlwes were Sunday guests of the Evold and Oscar Kohlwes families at Austin, Minn. Mrs Minnie Dreyer visited with Mr and Mrs Walter Bell', at Blue Earth. ' A total of 570 students registered at Simpson College for, the 1956 second semester. Among the students are Alan Helland and Roger Osborn of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Ted Meiers and :ieo, and Mr and Mrs Arnold fade of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Raynwnd Meyer and family of Algona and ,Mr and Mrs Hilbert iantelman and, boys of-Mankato were Sunday evening guests in he Martin Hantelman home. • Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen, fir and Mrs Henry Wilberg and Mr and. Mrs Kenneth Halverson attended the Lutheran Young Couples Club at Armstrong Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Don Steinbergei and family were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the 'John Carroll home at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Edwin Westfall and family of Graettinger and Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman, Eunice and / Paul were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Merle* Voigt. A. Ilif, Krueger, Lone Rock, Funeral Sat. Lone Hock — Funeral services for Alexander W. Krueger, 54, life-long resident of Lone Rock, were held in the Krueger home at 1:30 and at the Lone Rock Presbyterian Church at 2 ,p.m Saturday. Rev. C. E. Nordine 9f- ficiated at the rites and burial was in the Burt Township Cemetery. Garry Funeral Home, Bancroft, was in charge of arrangements. Mr Krueger died Wednesday afternoon at his home after becoming ill the day before. Alexander William KrUeger. son of Frederick Krueger and Marie Tietz Krueger, was born July 9, 1901 in Lotts Creek Township. Together with his parents he attended and was a member of the Lotts Creek Lutheran Church. For tthe past several years he was a member of the Lone Rock Presbyterian Church. He was united in marriage to Ruth Blanchard Long of Lone Rock October 23, 1923 at Emmetsburg. Mr Krueger spent his entire life in this community. For 20 years he was manager of the local Farmer's Elevator until his health failed him in 1943. At that time he moved to the farm and 'has lived there most of the time since. Survivors include his wife Ruth; a step daughter Muriel (Mrs Hiran Ackerman) of,Burt; a step son, George Long of Lone Rock. Two sisters and two brothers, Hulda Schultz of 'Alemedaj Cal., and Mrs Frederick Schultz of Lone Rock; Theo. Krueger of Fairmont and his twin brother, Alfred Krueger of Lone Rock. His parents and one brother, Freddie, who died in infancy, and was a twin to Mrs Hulda Schultz, proceeded him in death. Pallbearers were -Henry Schro- t '. ' .• . :'•/ .' .. \ >• - / ' : eder, Fraflk Flaig, Jack. Quinn, Ralph THofnbsori, James Long and Harlan. Blanchard. '• '•. Weisbrods Entertain Mr and Mrs.MaUrice Weisbrod •entertained at a card party Thursday evening.-Guests were Mr and Mrs Allwyn Lockwood, Mr and Mrs' Lawrence Newbrough,. Mr and Mrs Raymond Bierle, Mr and Mrs Herschel Hartman, Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and - Connie, Mr and Mi's Dale Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Harv6y Rath and Doris. Prize's went tp Mr and Mrs Raymond Bierle for high andi Idw' to Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener, travel to Mrs Dale Schroeder. , Wednesday evening guests at the home of Mrs Maude Blanchard were Mr and Mrs i Alfred Schultz, Tim, Debra and Garry of Ottosen, Mr and Mrs Donajd Blanchard and family, Mr 'and Mrs Jess Blanchard and family. The occassion was Debra's third, birthday. Mr and Mrs E. M. Jensen and Jerry attended the Luther college concert held at Storm Lake Sunday afternoon. Mrs Roy Jensen entertained the following teachers at coffee Wednesday afternoon: Mrs Lawrence Pingel, Miss Florence Yager, Mrs Martin Bausman. Mrs Chas Staudt, Mrs Donald Blanqh- ard, Mrs Roger Jensen, Mrs Clarence Martin and Mrs David Beck. Lawrence Geitzen,auer attended the elevator meeting and supper at West Bend Thursday evening. John Cotton attended the Masonic George, Washington dinner held in Algona Thursday evening. The boys of the De Molay chapter of Algona were guests. Lone Rock American •' Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening, March 7, at the hall with the following hostesses, . Mesdames Lawrence Newbrough, Tena Jensen, E. A. Led and Eldon Marlow. ' j Mr and Mrs Leslie Johnson and Sue Ann called Thursday evening at the John Nymarfnome at Swea City. Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough and Stevie and Everett Householder left Sunday for Phoenix, Ariz., for a two weeks, vacation.' • THE FORMER HOME CAFE IS NOW THE ' Friendly Tavern BEER Coming Events Thursday, March 1— Woman's Society of Christian Service; St. Luke's Ladies Aid. Monday, March 5—Fenton Progressive 4-H Club. Tuesday, Mardh 6—P.T.A. Wednesday, Mar. 7—St. John's Ladles Aid. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all those who remembered Margo with cards and gifts while she was ill at home and in the hospital. Mr and Mrs Wendell Rusch. 9' FOR SALE —BLACK FEMALE Cocker puppy. Eight weeks old. Gary Zumach, Fenton. 9 FOR SALE—HOUSE, 7 ROOMS and bath, well located to school and church. Full basement. All newly decorated. Herman Gade, Phone 150, Fenton. 9-10* The first successfully used submarine was launched in 1897. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Nnton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Director! Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred Tit U* With Confidence Phon» FENTON 23 RINGST60 21001 31006 20216 Serving POP 6 COFFEE SANDWICHES SCHWEN'S ICE g J. FUHR &«E. PEITERSEN, Props. <K»m*}m«»#^ USED TRACTOR SALE 1-1942 M - IHC tractor with power pack new battery, and in A-l 'shape $900 (Above tractor with new recap tires at _ $1050) 1 — 1946 A John Deere tractor with starter and Lights & Power Lift. Good & Painted. ' 1 — 1944 A - John Deere tractor with Power Lift, and in A-l shape, at only WEISBRO IMPLEMENT CO. Fenton, Iowa FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GSNERAi, INSURANCE J. WAUACE SMITH Agent Implement Company J0HP DffRI. PIAIJi But- Phont 3 Btf. Ph<m« 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING Building * Remodeling PHONE I|f or 17 Dr. E, W, Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 2$ Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S \ GARAGE Auto. A Tractor Rvpalrt FfNTQN, IA. The FRIENPIY TAVfRN .Invite* You AT UNION McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING -HEATING "We Sell, Install or Service" FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES PHONE 120 or 111 FENTON ' OUT JFEED OOSTQ - ~ i- • '>'..' dozen eggs '< In actual farm tests, H)4 profit-cortseiotts pott!-, trymen found Hy-Line 100 series layers averaged 1 to ZMlbs. less feed per dozen eggs laid than stand- ard-breds and crossbreds. With feed figured at $4 per 100 Ibs,, Hy-Line 100 series layers produced a dozen eggs for 4J/£c less than Leghorns . . . sy a c less than crosses ... 9y 2 c less than heavies. | In similar tests, Hy-Line' 900 series layers saved a pound of feed per doz. eggs laid over good whitd Leghorns during the first six months of lay, K With thrifty Hy-Line layers you pocket mote profit per dozen eggs you sell. Now I CALVIN VAUDT, Fenton LYNDON KERBER, Cylinder FRANK SEELY, Ringsted WALTER VAUDT, Whittemore WHITTEMORE HATCHERY, Whittemore So Much Beauty at So Little Cost QO fnular Colon •mM D«f p Co/WI GAL. « the washable LATEX wall paint Colors at their loveliest! That's what you get with Super Kern-Tone. It gives your walls a' rich-as- velvet look in any of a wide variety of lovely colors, from PAINT HEADQUARTERS Top Quality Five VAIUI STiF LADDiR *3«* ^^^^^^^^^^^S^^^g^^^g STOEBER HARDWARE Fonlon Fenlon UUJH HAHDUJARE 'IJllUj'l. kiiui I./ \tin.
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