The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1966 · Page 14
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• APRIL 7, 1966 • n • •••• •••••§*• 200 At Elevator Annual Meeting Hans Baago, 15 Years Officer, Is Retiring FENTON - Two hundred ~ members and guests attended the 59th annual meeting of the Fenton Cooperative Elevator Company, held in the Fenton school gym on Saturday evening, April 2. The Cooperative annual report read by auditor Ralph Brausie showed sales of $1,809,000.00, net savings from the operation of $75,000. Allocation to members was $66,000. All departments showed a good increase over the last year. Gerald Jentz, Bennie Berkland and Darrel Dreyer were elected to serve as directors for three year terms. President Hans Baago, after serving for fifteen years as a director and officer, did not wish to run for another term. Glenn Grouse of the Farmers Regional Company spoke to the members on the service their Cooperative has in their farming operation. Entertainment 1 by Jimmy James was enjoyed after the meeting. Lunch was served by the American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. F. F. Blerstedt won the $25.00 Savings Bond at the 8 o'clock drawing. Mrs. Calvin Vaudt won the picnlc-pac presented by FELCO. Sacks of feed were won by L. H. Seegebarth, Walter Jentz, David Berkland, Robert Huskamp, Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Mrs. Eldon Brown, Mrs. Bernard Tigges; Mrs. Harold Feye and '! shampoo my rugs _ Wf/ . for 1# a foot! W " H BLUE LUSTRE CARPET SHAMPOO RENT shampooer only $1 Wall-to-wall or spots and paths, Blue Lustre brilliantly cleans finest carpets, leaves nap open and fluffy. vacuum, shampoo, let „ dry, re-vacuum. No messy residue of powder or soap. SAFE as water for finest fabrics (upholstery, too!). Blue Lustre is America's New Favorite STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, Iowa Mrs. Crls Dahl. The directors and employees wish to thank the members for their patronage and Interest In their cooperative. - o- The Fenton Methodist church will hold Sunrise services and Easter breakfast for the MYF and their guests starting at 6:30 Easter morning. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Me Fall were Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Rusch and Margo and Mr. Herbert Wleske and Kent of Cedar Rapids. Tuesday evening guests of the Kenneth Bellingers were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger and family of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and girls. Adult confirmation was held Tuesday evening at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Falrvllle for Mrs. Diana Hannover and Miss Karen Banward. The quarterly meeting of the voters at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Falrvllle has been changed to Tuesday, April 12 at 8:00 p. m. Circuit pastors and their families met at Fenton on Monday for their meeting and dinner at St. John's Lutheran church. Mrs. Wlllard Menz and Brenda and Colleen were visitors In the Frank McFall home from Tuesday to Thursday following the recent storm. The Fenton 47 Club met last Tuesday at the home of Mrs. 1 Gerald Cody. Eleven members were present. A former member, Mrs. L. G. Egemo, was a guest of the group. The group played bingo for entertainment and prizes went to Mrs. Martin Wegener, Mrs. Lloyd Sunde and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp. Mrs. Fritz Freyholtz returned 'this past week from an extended winter vacation In the south. Mrs. Larry Ramus and Dentse of Lone Rock were Wednesday afternoon callers at the Norman Bellinger home. Mr. and^lftrs.'"Eif'Bruhn returned home last week from a vacation in the south. Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Ruske returned home from a trip to Arizona and Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Volgt were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall. Sunday evening guests of the Gene Tletzs were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and girls, Harvey Bellinger, Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger and family of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lelnlnger and son of Bancroft. The occasion was to celebrate Michael and Gene Tletzs' birthdays and the Tletz's wedding anniversary. Thursday guests of the Frank McFalls were Mrs. Ella Thees- fleld, Mrs. Ernest Chrlstensen of tola, Wise., and Mrs. Alvln Zumach of Lake View, la. On Saturday Mrs. Theesfleld and Mrs. Zumach were dinner guests of the McFalls after which the ladles returned to Lake View where Mrs. Theesfleld Is going to visit with the Zumachs for some time. Saturday evening guests of the Frank McFalls were their son- in-law and grandson, Herbert and Kent Wleske of Cedar Rapids. The Welskes had brought Herbert's mother back to her home in Burt after being hospitalized In Iowa City. Several families are In new homes this week following much moving the past week. The Ernest Fischers have movedlnto their new home In town. The James Jacksons moved Into the Fischer home on the farm. The Fred Boettchers have purchased the home the Jacksons were living In and moved In. The Bernle Kramers then moved Into the home vacated by the Boettchers. The ALCW of St. John's Lutheran church at Depew met Thursday with Mrs. Tllman Egland In charge of opening devotions and prayer, Mrs. Kenneth Cody presented the program on Easter. Pastor Johnson led a Bible study. The offering meditation was given by Mrs. Howard Flnnestad. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Amos Berkland and Mrs. Elmer Randa. Several ladles met at the home of Mrs. Glen Flint on Friday and tied a quilt. They were Mrs. Melvln Berkland, Mrs. Wm. DeWall, Mrs. Harvey Henrlksen, Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mrs. Morris Mitchell and Mrs. Ole Peterson. Sunday dinner guests of the Albert Mitchells were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Score, Harold and Burnet of Primghar and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell and Duane Mailing. 50 Pair Pajamas Sewed, Sent To Viet Nam FENTON - The drive to furnish pajamas for Viet Nam by the ladies of the WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church was quite a success. Ladles sewing were Mrs. tjack Gerhart, Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mrs. Jessie Newel, Mrs. Fred Mortensen, Mrs. Merle Volgt, Mrs. Art Voigt, Mrs. Floyd Duncan, Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, Mrs. Derwood Voigt, Mrs. Charles Lovejoy, Mrs. Ray Zwiefel, Mrs. Esther Frank, Mrs. Dale Volgt, Mrs. Lloyd Kern, and Mrs. Russel Eldrldge. Materials were furnished by these ladles and also by Mrs. Reinhold Laabs, Miss Amanda Schutt, Mrs. Frank McFall, Bailey's Store, Mrs. Wendell Rusch, Mrs. Charles Welbrod, Mrs. Wilfred Laabs, Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth, Mrs. Ed Schlel Mrs. Charles Newel and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber. Money was donated for the project by Mrs. Lyle Newel, Mrs. Clarence Osborn, Mrs. Marold Senile and Mrs. Clarence Menz. As a result of these ladles' efforts over 50 pair of pajamas were sent to Viet Nam. SPECIAL DAY March 14th was Mrs. Clara Halligan's 101st birthday I Mrs. Halligan lived most of her life in Decorah where she is living now and enjoyed the many cards* letters and visitors who helped her celebrate. FENTON CHICK PROTECTION INSURANCE Insure your baby chicks a maximum growth rate, rapid feathering, and excellent pigmentation. Give them the most effective coccidiosis control, Zoalene, the research proven coccidiostat. It all comes in Felco 20% Chick Starter Medicated. All this in an efficient crumbliised complete feed for baby chicks from hatching to six weeks old. It is also safe for older chickens and other livestock, with no hazard to the handler or eventual consumer. Felco 20% Chick Starter Medicated plus- good chicks and top management leads- to maximum profits Gome in Right Away CO-OP ELEVATOR Fentpn, Iowa Fenton Scouts 'Good Turn' Program Set Cub and Boy Scouts of the Prairie Gold Area Council, are currently making plans to conduct their annual "Good Turn Day for the Handicapped" clothing drive This nation-wide program by the Scouts, Is another of the "Good Turn" events which highlight the scouting activities in Fenton. This drive is not just a drive for an organization's profitable gain, but it is a means of income for 140 Handicapped workers who are selp-supporting instead of state supported. These handicapped workers are tax payers, not tax burdens. The Boy Scouts of America have given time and effort in order to help these less fortunate people. This is a voluntary project which the Prairie Gold Council has agreed to be a part of and they need the support of the citizens of the council area to make this drive another success. Saturday, April 16, the Boy Scouts, under the leadership of Arnold Hanson will distribute a scout "Good Turn Day Bag" to all of the homes In Fenton. These bags should be filled with wearable and repairable clothing and materials, and small household appliances, which the Handicapped men and women can process for resale in their retail stores and provide their weekly wages. On Saturday, April 23, the Boy Scouts will return to the homes to collect the filled bags for delivery to the Goodwill Industries in Sioux City. This "Good Turn Day Drive" by the Scouts bf the Prairie Gold Area Council, last year supplied the handicapped workers with materials to keep them employed the entire summer months when collections were at a low level. Six Make 4.0 Averages In Sentral High FENTON - The grades lor students on the Honor Roll at Sentral high school for the third quarter are listed by the grade point average on all academic subjects rather than by letter. The 4.00 is a straight "A" average. 4.00 averages were by grade: Mary Ellen Ditsworth (10), Judith Kraft (12), Mary Lou Larsen(ll), David Marlow (9), Janell Newbrough (ll)and LindaUllensvang, (9). 3.80 average by Candace Vaudt (11). 3.75 average by John Luedtke (12). 3.60 average by Martin Berkland (10), Janet Hammerstrom (12), Mary Mienke (11) andErvin Root (11). 3.50 averages by Kathryn Bler- stedt (11), Robert Krause (10), Lin Laage (12) and Steve Schlei (9). 3.40 average by Steve Peterson The following faculty members have submitted their resignation to the Sentral board of education: Miss Florence Yager, Lone Rock kindergarten; Mrs. Carl Lamb, Fenton second grade j Mrs. James Jackson, high school English and art; Mr. James Woltz, high school science and coach. Mrs. Raymond Lovstad, Burt, present kindergarten teacher In the Bancroft public school, has been hired to teach first grade in Lone Rock. Mrs. Laurence Pingel, present first grade teacher there, will teach kindergarten. Ex-Seneca Boy Takes Job In Penitentiary SENECA - Seneca friends of Lester Jensen and the late Mrs. Jensen of Springfield, Mo. will be interested in hearing that their son, Mickie, has been accepted for duty at the Federal penitentiary located three miles west of Springfield Mo. Mickie was one of the 1,000 applicants who took civil service tests and one of the 5,000 to receive an appointment to the civil service at this time. The Jensens lived In the Seneca area for many years and their children attended the Seneca consolidated school. • o - SEED, BULB EXCHANGE The Seneca Thursday club had an exchange of unusual flower or garden seeds at their club meeting held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hans Jensen. During their business meeting the group voted to give a monetary gift to the Kossuth County Drive and also to the Easter Seal Fund. They also made plans to have a Cancer film shown at a future meeting. Entertainment consisted of 500 played at three tables with prizes being won by Mrs. Clarence Wels, Mrs. Everett Wltham and Mrs. Otis England. Guests Included Mrs. Irvln Jensen of Ringsted and Mrs. Clarence Wels of rural Armstrong. Mrs. Edna Johannesen will be May hostess. - o Mrs. Everett Witham drove to Fairmont Friday morning where she met her grandson, Darrell Greene of Burbank, Calif., who had flown in that morning. Darrell was to conclude his visit on Wednesday. Gene Bolllg, who had been hospitalized at Mercy hospital at Ft. Dodge for the past five weeks returned home last Saturday. Although his back condition Is much Improved he will be expected to take it easy for a few more weeks. •y The Upptr Dei Main* I ninfl Co., A'flono/ lowfl I JOAN BOIUNOW | Ntw* Edtfer | Thurtday, Aptll 7, 1966 Algeria (la.) Upp«r Dei Molii«i-7 Seneca Stars met at the home of Barbara Andre on Saturday, March 19. Audrey Bergum'led the Allegiance to the Flag. Linda Sue Kracht and Ann Fortney were chosen to represent the club at 4-H District Camp which will beheld in Clear Lake in June. Cathy Bergum was named as alternate Kathy Merrill and Patricia Dreyer submitted their names to be counselors at summer camp at Madrid. Kathy Merrill gave an Illustrated talk and Becky Jensen and Patricia Dreyer gave demonstrations. Corrlne Johnson was a guest of the club. Rose Ann Thompson, who has been In California for some time, Is now visiting with her mother, Mrs. Henrietta Thompson. Rodney Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen, Lone Rock, has been named as a candidate for state 4-H officer posts. 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Fenton, Iowa 3.25 averages by Vlckl Elmers (11), Cheryl Krause (12), Jacquelyn Jones (10), Sandra Seege- barth (10) and Teresa Voigt (10). 3.20 averages by Brian Menz (12), Diane Pompe (12) and Gary Rath (11). 3,00 averagesbyJanelle Bailey (12), Susan Blanchard (10), Phyllis Cherland (12), Dennis Edlridge (10), Rodney Jensen (12), Theresa Kennedy (9), Ronald Preston (12), PatriciaRuhnke (12), Richard Shaw (11), Mirlene Smith (12) and Cheryl Weisbrod (H). 4 Teachers In Sentral System Are Resigning FENTON - Sentral Community schools will not have classes on Friday, April 8, but there will be school on Monday, the Uth, which was originally scheduled for Easter vacation also, to make a day up that was lost during /the recent storm. SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE F«nton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building PHONE 889-2281 Ftnten, lewa Dr, E, W. Ruske DfNTIST Offlet Phont 8I9-224I Rtftdtnc* 889-2353 Nnton, lewa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T*V Salff i Service Phont 119*2713 LLOYD M, BERKLAND licensed Rtal Mote Irokfr end Form IOPOI end Auction Service 2501 • 6th Street * imrnttfbwrg, Iowa USED CARS 1966 FORD Custom 500, 4 dr., V-8, nuto. trans., R & H, WSW tires, big hub caps, vinyl interior, a Ford v White Sale Special .... SAVE ! SAVE ! 1966 CHEVROLET Chevelle Mallbu,, 4 dr., V-8 engine, AT, R & H, white sidewalls, big caps, spare never down, 3,600 actual miles — SAVE $450! 1965 PLYMOUTH Fury III, 4-dr., V-8, AT, full power, tilt wheel, door locks $2493 1965 CHEVROLET IMPALA, 4 dr. hardtop, V-8, Auto, trans., Power steering, R & H $2395 1964 PLYMOUTH Savoy V-8, AT 4 dr. R & H, 1 owner. Good condition $1495 1964 FORD Custom 500, 6 cyl. stick shift, R & H, wipers and washers priced $1295 to $1395 £ 1964 FORDS, Custom 500, 6 cyl., stick shift, R & H, wipers and washers priced $1295 to $1395 1964 FORD Fairlane, 2 dr. with 170 cu. In. engine, auto. trans., like new $1395 1963 FORD Custom 300, 2 dr., 6 cyl. with standard trans., heater, one owner $995 1963 CHEVROLET Bel Air, 4 dr., 6 cyl. stick, heater, one owner, clean $1295 1963 FORD Custom 300, 4-dr. V-8, auto, trans $795 1963 MERCURY Monterey 4 dr. 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V-8, AT, R & H. Runs like a new one $395 1959 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4 dr. Hardtop, V-8, AT, R & H, Very good condition $650 1959 DODGE Station Wagon, 9 passenger, R & H, Power Steering and Power Brakes $335 TRUCKS 1964 FORD Econoline Paul Van Big 6, 6 Standard trans., One owner $1495 1964 CHEVROLET % Ton, 6 cyl., 3 speed, heater ... $1395 1963 CHEVROLET % Ton, V-8 engine, long box, big tires, heater, radio * 1395 1961 GMO Travelall with windows, V-6 engine, standard trans., 3 seat, heater, turquoise in color $695 1960 FORD F-250 % ton PU, 6 cyl., 8 ply mud ana snow, 3 speed $895 1959 FORD F-350, 1 ton pickup with singles and 6x8 grain body, extra good 1995 1955 FORD F-100 Vz Ton Pickup, V-8 Engine, Over Drive, Good Condition, omplete Engine Overhaul .... $595 1954 CHEVROLET 3 /4 ton, 4 speed, heater, runs good $595 1953 FORD Panel Van, V-8 Engine Standard Trans. Very good condition $295 KRAUSE AUTO CO. PHONE 889-2843

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