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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 7, 1968
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'f*mmmmmmmmmmm** m Publithftd 6v The Unoftr DA* Mnin&« fl !• •• Upper D«t ..... Publishing Co., Algeria, lowo MB. RAY UTHOP Editor Reeled Two c/owns Unknown And So Two Will Share As Members Phone Board _ FENTON - Norman Larson and Reuben Berkland were re-elected to serve two more years on the Fenton telephone board Saturday afternoon at their annual meeting. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hainzinger, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wiener, Jim and Paula, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wiener, Jean Carman and Glory Naig, and Mr. and Mrs.. Bruce Iverson were Sunday supper guests at Stubbs Ranch Kitchen, Spencer, for the birthdays of Mrs. Bruce Iverson and Wm. Wiener. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Haase and Tina, Algona, and Mrs. Fred Mortensen and Kathy were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Reinhold Laabs and Amanda Schutt. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof, Rodney and Cheryl were Friday evening visitors at the Robert Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Bierstedt were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Robert Mitchell home for Dennis Mitchell's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Krause, Fairmont, were Saturday afternoon and supper guests at the Robt. Mitchell home for Dennis' birthday. A week ago Wednesday evening dinner guests of Mrs. Ella Newel were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel and girls, Dennis Newel and Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Preul. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Wolfe, Waverly, were weekend guests at the Clayton Wolfe home. Dennis Mitchell, Junior Duncan, George Merrill, Scott Tippie, members of the Eagle Patrol Troop 90 of the Fenton Boy Scouts and Sheldon Merrill, Scoutmaster, enjoyed a camp- out at the Seneca river Friday night. Mrs» "Clayton Wolfe • enter' tained Thursday afternoon 1 Wendy's 7th birthday. Guests were Valerie Borchardt, Mary Finnestad, Shelly Hainzinger, Patty King, Kristie Krumwiede, Gail Vaudt, Janice Tigges and Terry Wilberg. Roger Hansen and Margo Rusch, members of the Sentral chorus, participated in the Tall Corn Music Festival held at Cedar Falls Saturday evening. The 47 Club met Tuesday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Marlin Wegener. The afternoon was spent playing cards. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hurlburt and Mike were Friday evening supper guests at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Rulinke. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Gerber, Algona, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Herman Maahs home; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jergens, West Bend, were Wednesday evening visitors at the Herman Maahs home. Mr. and Mrs. Noel Westlind and Lori,-Mankato, were Saturday night visitors at the Kenneth Halverson home. Is The Writer Of Poetry The time has come for that basketball game The Physical Education Stars, versus the Alums, untamed. It's the place to come if you like to eat Popcorn balls, pies and other treats. So forget all your trouble and laugh with the clowns! Strangest creatures for miles around I Do you wonder who they will be ? The secret is known by only three! Benefit basketball game, Monday night, March 18, 7 p. m. Sponsored by the Town and Country Woman's Club. Proceeds will go to the Sentral Band uniform fund and the Fenton Boy Scouts. Couple To Wed Apr. 27 FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Blighton of Fenton, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Janeice, to Dennis Geitzenauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer, also of Fenton. Miss Blighton, a graduate of Graettinger High School and a clerical proficiency course at Estherville Junior College, is employed at Fairmont Railway Motors, Inc. in Fairmont. Her fiance, a graduate of Sentral High School, has served two years in the Army and is employed at Mel Carlson Chev- rolte, Inc. in Truman. An April 27 wedding is being planned. 'Mr: and Mrs. fticharfl Preston 'andi> farnilftfiitfttngsted, were Sunday dinner guests in the Howard Bruhn home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bruhn and family were Friday evening visitors at the LloydSundehome. Mrs. Virgil Wolfe and Vicki, Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Leroy Wolfe, Denver, Colo., were Thursday visitors of Mrs. Reinhold Laabs and Amanda Schutt. Cheryl Uthof was an overnight guest Monday at the Harvey Henriksen home for Margene Henriksen's birthday. Sunday dinner guests at the Kenneth Johnson home were Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanifan, Knoxville, Candace Vaudt, Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Zander and family, Walnut, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and family and Mrs. Kate Wegener, Algona. The dinner was for the birthdays of Mrs. Ervin Johnson, Lynette Johnson, Candace Vaudt and Mrs. Dixon Zander. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hudson, Rolfe, were Sunday evening visitors in the Clifford Douglas home. Tractor front end stays on CART-A-HOE ... 6 section ground when you use_ rotary hoe cart Fenton Dentist And Wife On Month Vacation FENTON - Dr. and Mrs. E.W. Ruske left Sunday for a month's vacation. They plan to visit Dr. Ruske's brother and family, the Ray Ruske's at Tucson, Ariz., and with their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kay Ruske at Colorado Springs, Colo., on their way home. - o - All Band Mothers of the Sentral Community School are urged to attend the regular meeting of the group Monday evening, March 11, to discuss the purchase of the new band uniforms. The Walter League of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, will hold a chili and soup supper Marcli 14 in the church parlors beginning at 5:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Osher, Fairmont, and Mrs. Serena Ped• erson were Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Mitchell home. Firday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs. Albert Mitchell were Mrs. Minnie Weisbrod, Mrs. Ernest Vaux, Fairmont, Mrs. Wm. DeWall and Mrs. Rex Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell spent the weekend at the Arnold Heller home at Marble Rock and the Ervin Davidson home at Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt spent Sunday in Minneapolis. Hog Won At D-X Event FENTON - Winners at Charlie's DX Firestone Days, Friday and Saturday, were Mrs. Ervin Watt and Vernon Eggleston, a 1/2 hog each; Duane Metzger, Bernard Miller, Mrs. Milford Mitchell, Lyndon Kerber, Vicki Eimers, John Douglas, Marold Sclilei, Lloyd Bleckwenn, Willie Kruse and Mrs. Art Zumach each won 10 gallonsofgas; Fred Frink, battery; C. Gilbaugh, flashlight; Calvin Vaudt, clock; Norman Larson, spark plugs; Lloyd Hutchinson and Arnold Hantelman, stop rust; Ted Sed- beck, cushion; and Mrs. Wm. Dreyer, screw driver set. There were 486 entries. - o Mr. and Mr. Ernest Berkland visited Mr. and Mrs. Vic Card and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Card at Ruthven Sunday evening. Tim Berkland, student at Emmetsburg, spent the weekend at the parental Ernest Berkland home. Wm. DeWall returned home Saturday from Holy Family hospital, Estherville, where he had been a patient. Sunday afternoon callers at the DeWall home were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke and Pat, Burt, Mrs. Shirley Zumach and Debra and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland and Karen. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp and Trudy were Sunday dinner guests at the Gerald Voigt home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Flint and family were Sunday evening visitors at the Harvey Henriksen home. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Nemitz attended' the Gun and Coin Show held at Clear Lake Sunday, Mar. 3. They exhibited their collection of guns and coins. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Decker, South City, Nebr., are parents of a baby boy born Feb. 20. He weighed 9 Ibs. and has been named Daniel Joseph. ; The M"Deckers- now have a family of • four boys. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Salisbury and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Decker, LuVerne. Mrs. Florence Saxton and Marcus, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar English, Westbrook, Minn., were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Gilbert Saxton home, Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elbert, Corwith, visited Tuesday evening with Mrs. Mary C. Hansen at Valley Vue Rest Home, Armstrong, and at the home of Mrs. Florence Saxton. The Dorcas Society met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Florence Saxton with nine members and four guests present. The guests were Mrs. Edith Hayenga, Mrs. John Gramenz, Mrs. Jessie Newel and Mrs. Fred Mortensen. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlei visited Minnie Lens and Ameala Arnold at Prairie View Rest Home at Garner last Monday. They visited Mrs. Ellen Jolsten at Klemme and on the way home visited Mrs. Olga Huskamp, Mrs. Wm. Schmidt and Harvey Steven at the Good Samaritan Rest Home in Algona. Wendell Rusch was a Sunday dinner guest at the Frank McFall home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rusch and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Margo spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Rusch, Cedar Falls. On Saturday evening Mrs. Wendell Rusch attended the Tall Corn Music Festival. Margo Rusch was one of the Sentral High School choristers who participated in the festival. 1 I Fenton Man And Bride Of Jan. 27 FENTON - Pictured are Mr. and Mrs. David Matthiesen who were married Jan. 27 at Glidden, la. Mrs. Matthiesen is the former Geraldine Burdine, daughter of the Wilbur Burdines of Glidden, and David is the son of the Homer Matthiesens of Fenton. A complete wedding write-up appeared in an earlier edition of The Upper Des Moines. Mrs. Martha Haase and Bernice, Burt, were .Friday visitors of Mrs. Reinhold Laabs and Amanda Schutt. Brian Borchardt, who has been stationed in Florida in the Navy, is spending a 2-week leave at the parental Ervin Borchardt home and will then report to San Diego. Trudy Huskamp, West Branch, spent the weekend at the parental Eugene Huskamp home. MARCH PECIA IRONING BOARD no am COVER SET Regular *1.29 Value! Renew that old worn out ironiruj board pad and cover with this new. durable set. Pad is made of 2-layer cotton and rayon-soft and resilient, cut to fit all standard 54" tables. The durable cover has coating of Tijflon to give it long wear. Drawstring holds it snug to table. STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON OUR OWN HARDWARE OVtR «OO PAM'LV StftVICK STORK* The all new Stan-Hoist Cart A-Hoe eliminates the problems of moving rotary hoes. This mounted machine allows you to easily move any 6-row rotary hoe. (40-inch rows). Yet your tractoi Iront end stays on the ground! STAH-HOIST CART-A'HQt PUTS PORTABILITY IHTO YOUR ROTARYHOL.MAKESFIELD OPERATIONS EASIER. Wings fold up automatically with just a touch of your fingertip! You can drive down country roads, moving from field to field fast. Entire control is right from your tractor seat. Exclusive rear wheel assembly balances your rotary hoe and tractor, keeps tractor front end on ground. No front end ^eights needed! Use a smaller tractor . . . pull a bhr 6-section rptary hoe and cover more acres faster. Cart-A-Hoe puts more workability into your rotary hoe. See this revolutionary rotary hoe cart on display at our store WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. 'FENTON, IOWA 1 KELVINATOR 1 - 00 OQQ AMM NO-FROST REFRIGERATOR, WHITE, 2 DOOR- 14.1 CU. FT. $ WAS $269 . , . SALE PRICE NO-FROST REFRIGERATOR, BROWN, 2 DOOR- 14,1 CU. FT. WAS $315 , . . SALE PRICE USED ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYER $35 . McFALL PLUMBING • HEATING APPLIANCE FINTON, IOWA Reception In Honor Recent Bride, Groom SENECA - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen were hosts at a wedding reception at their rural Bancroft home honoritu their daughter, Carol, am, husband, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Goyena of Brooklyn, New York. Approximately 901 datives and friends were present. Carol Johannesen and Joseph Goyena were married Saturday, Feb. 24, at Brooklyn, New York. Larry Meuz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meuz, who lias been working in Cedar Rapids was recently promoted to Systems Analyst for \V. R. Grace and Company of Greenville, So. Car. He took over his new duties Feb. 1. His wife is the former Margaret Fischer. Mrs. Deltnar Fischer accompanied her daughter and grandsons to Spartanville to help them get settled in their new home. The paternal grandparents, the Clarence Menzs, had their grandsons with them two weeks prior to moving time. Mr. and Mrs. Erling Pretty and family of Blue Earth were Sunday supper guests of the David Loofts. Loren Menz, a senior student at Iowa State University, spent the quarter break with his parents, the Clarence Menzs. Loren is majoring in Architectural Engineering. Many Seneca friends and former neighbors of the Paul Bernhards attended an open house Sunday evening in their new home in Bancroft. They moved to Bancroft March 1. Paul is commuting and carrying on his farm operations. Mr. and Mrs. James Laabsand children of Fenton moved March 1 to the farm formerly operated by the Paul Bernhards. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Klein and family moved March 1 from the Jac&bso'h .estate farm;v/here they havi farmed many^ears to the house recently vacated by the Curtis Olsons. The Jacobson farm will be operated by Claude Johnson. Donald Hanisch, a student at Iowa State University, spent the quarter break with his parents, the Elmer Hanischs. The Struecker boys, Tom and Tim, also spent the quarter break with their parents, the John Strueck- ers. Mrs. Henrietta Thompson was hostess to the Seneca Thursday- Club at her home last Thursday afternoon. Members included Mesdames Clarence Menz, Edna Johannesen, Otis England, Alfred Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harms of Petersen, Hans Jensen, Ervin West Bend were Sunday guests of Votteler, Everett Witham, Earl the Everett Withams. Preston, Elmer Hanisch, and Lloyd Wilberg of Minneapolis Henr. Looft. The next meeting attended the wedding reception will be at the home of Mrs. Lu- for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Goyena ella Jensen. Sunday afternoon at the Fred Johannesen home. Appearing For Your Entertainment: Bud & The Country Cousins Saturday, March 9 BERNIE'S RECREATION FENTON WEEKEND SPECIALS FOR Thurs., Fri., Sat., March 7-8-9 HEINZ KETCHUP $1 3 20 oz. btls. BUTTERNUT COFFEE Reg. or Drip 2 Ib. can $1.39 DEL MONTE - No 303 cans whole kernel CORN or creom 4 for 89c PRIDO Shortening 3 Ib. can PILLSBURY HUNGRY JACK Pancake Mix 2 ib. box 49 C LUCKY WHIP TOPPING MIX box 390 PILLSBURY - 8 oz. tubes B'Miik Biscuits 3 for 29 Zjm^g^ye MORTON HOUSE BEEF with Gravy PORK with Gravy 12 3 * oz tins Q0|» NESBITT Flavored Pop & Mountain Dew 6 pack 39C ARMOUR'S STAR SLICED HICKORY SMOKED BACON Ib. 59c Fresh Crisp CARROTS Ib. 19c BIRDSEYE AWAKE 3 9 oz . cons $1 PETE'S MARKET FENTON, IOWA The First Trust & Savings Bank Yt-s, we lu\r a savings plan for you! Come ::i aiiil ti-ll its >(.ur aim.s and we'll help you work out tlii- u.i\ to attain (hem. Make it this week. on C, D.'s of $10,000 or More on $1,000 to $10,000 Money earned in this area & deposited in this Bank, promotes community growth, FIRST TRUST aW SAVIN GS F.D. I.e. BANK ARMSTRONG Office frv FIHTON Ik,'*-

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