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JUNE 5, 1962 ifenfim Published By The Upper Des Maine* Publishing Co., Algeria, lewd MRS. JANICE STUCKI News Editor 2—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, June 5, 1962 Fenton Garage Business Under New Ownership Teuton — Official announcemen was made this week of the sale of the garage which has operalci under the name B & W Chevrolc for a good many years, to Bol Mitchell, who will continue it operation under the name of Fen ton Motor Co Duane Widdel, who has ownoc the business in recent years, wil continue at the location closing u\> affairs of the B & W firm. Mitchell has been an employer of B & W for the past two years and he will continue in the general garage business, and also continue the franchise for sales and service of Allis Chalmers farm equipment He is a native of Fenton and well known, needing no introduction to the community. Duane Widdel and his family plan a little traveling later in the bummer after business affairs are closed up. Mrs Richard Stuck! entertained a group of Julie's friends for her third birthday anniversary Saturday afternoon. Guests were Mrs Clarence Yager and Dave, Mrs Larry Gade, Cindy and Judy. Mrs Burnett Heine, Robin and Larry. Mrs Norman Bellinger, Debbie and Kristine, Mrs Jerry Waite and Tammy and Mrs Eugene Marlow and Rodney, Burt. Judy Jolley, (laughter of Dr. and Mrs W. W. Jolley, is working at Sawbill Lodge, Tofte, Minn, for the summer. Third class petty officer \V. \V. Jolley returned to Fenton. Saturday, to take his family to the Great Lakes Naval Base near Chicago. He will attend an electrical school there for six months. Fifteen members of the Fenton Methodist Youth Fellowship accompanied by three drivers, Mrs Donald Shaw, Rev. H. A. Walker and Kern Yager had a picnic supper at Pikes Point on Lake Okoboji Thursday evening. They then enjoyed the evening at Arnold Park. Sunday, May 27 Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and Nadine and Carol Zumach visited with Rev. and Mrs Forrest Flowers and girls at Traer, la. Enroute they stopped at the Little Brown Church, Nashua. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halver- graduation. Also other guesl were Mr and Mrs Fred Fessler Lowell Fessler, Mr and Mrs Henr Wilberg and boys. Mrs (.'. C. Callalian visited 01 Memorial Day with Mrs Florenc Behne. Mr and Airs S. K. Straley were surprised on their HOth wedding anniversary Sunday. May 27 with a dinner at their daughter ane family the Lyle Hansens home. Another daughter and family the Donald Voids, Lake Mills, were there. Mr and Mrs John Gramenz were overnight guests of the Ray Tietz at Spirit Lake on Tuesday. On Memorial Day the Gramenz and Tietz met Mr and Mrs Roy Volentine and family of Omaha, Neb. at Early, la. for a picnic. Mr and Mrs Jerry Waite and Tammy have returned from Manhattan, Kan. to Fenton for the summer. Waite graduated from Kansas State University with a Bachelor of Science degree. In the fall he will return as a junior n veterinary medicine. Gary Weibye. Sentral English :eacher this year, will be teaching 'our classes of English and 1 speech class at Clarkson, Neb. this 'all. Clarkson is about 40 miles rom Wayne, Neb. where he attended college. Memorial l)ay dinner guests in the Reinhold Laabs home were Mr and Mrs Marcell Sorenson, Blue Earth, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs and girls. Afternoon callers were Rev. and Mrs F. C. Preul and Mr and Mrs August Rosenthal, Granada, Minn. Mrs Howard Kaby, Carl and Ruth, Cedar Falls, visited the weekend of May 27 with Mrs Emil Frank and the Donald Shaws. A/:ic John Cannon, Box B-154B, Lowery AFB 30, Colorado visited two days last week with Mr and Mrs Gerhart Hanlelman and Paul Paul then took John back to Rockwell, Ja,.where the Cannon family, former-Penton residents are living. Mr and Mrs William Eimers and Mr and Mrs Harold Eimers and family were Sunday, May 27 dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Hans Hansen at Estherville. The dinner was in honor of the confirmation of Steven Hansen. son attended commencement exer- \ dses at Estherville Thursday. The;, i Mr and Mrs Dennis Long and were lunch guests at the Elmer i boys, Bettendorf, and Mr and Mrs L.ce home in honor of Delmer's Harold Eimers and family were Better hay in 1 less day with less plugging! IDEA HAY CONDITIONER Steel pick up rofl has fopercd flutej . , . virtually plug- free. Aggressive, (tone-proof conditioning roll is com* pounded of new tough rayon cord and new, live rubber. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IPEA, DEERE and GEHL EQUIPMENT But. Phpne 3 Re*. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That T*kes Fenton! An Interest In LLOYP M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auftipn Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa Memorial Day guests of Mrs Helena JenLz. Mr and Mrs I'atil Eigler were Memorial Day guests of Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohlwcs in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and family were May 30 picnic supper guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Feyc. Mr and Mrs Larry dado and girls were Memorial clay guests of Mr and Mrs Roger Potratz in Alta, Iowa. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller were Wednesday. May 30, supper guests of Mr and Mrs Paul Winter in Buffalo Center. ,Mr and Mrs Ernest lierkland and family and Mrs Dorothy Larsen. Huthven, visited Tuesday evening with Mr and Mrs Stanley Berkland. Marion Stuck! and Dennis left Thursday for a five day fishing trip to Northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs M. \V. Peterson, 'ortland. Ore., visited a few days ast week with Mr and Mrs Arnold iantelman. The Petersons are Mrs Hantelman's parents. The etersons and Mr and Mrs Norman Jollinger and girls were May 28 upper guests of the Hantelmans. Mr and Mrs Ed Rruhn attended ;raduation exercises in Truman, Minn, on May 31 for Bruhns' grand-niece, Marty Lou Rosburg. Mrs Harold \\olirspunn and iris, Mrs George Murphy and Mrs 'aul Eigler visited Monday, May 8, with Judy Eigler in Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell were iunday, May 28, dinner guests of Ir and Mrs Harvey Buenger in Vest Bend. Mr and Mrs Arnold Heller and amily, Marble Rock, Rev. and Irs Eddie Silrum and family, torden, Minn., Mr and Mrs Moris Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Richard Jnderwood and family and Mr and Irs Albert Mitchell enjoyed a pic- ic in the Fenton Park on Mem- rial Day. Mr and Mrs Harold Eimers en- ertained recently in honor of heir son Perry's confirmation. Quests were Rev. and Mrs W. H. 'riedrich, Mr and Mrs William Cimers, Mrs Helena Jentz, Mr and Irs LaDell Olsen and Jade, Carol!, Mrs Ella Meyer, Burt, Mr and Irs Art Bierstedt and Steven, La- <ota, Mr and Mrs Hans Hansen nd boys, Estherville, Mr and Mrs dollar for the library fund and a dollar for supply work. They voted to have the same budget as last year. There were four June birthday members present Mrs Clayton Ditsworth, Mrs Edith Hayenga, Mrs Eugene Huskamp and Mrs John Theesfield also at the birthday table were Mrs Richard Mc- Ca'rty, Hartley, Mrs Fred Preul, Mrs H. A. Walker and Mrs Raymond Lister, who will be moving soon to Dumont, la. Mrs Lister's resignation was accepted. The hostesses were Mrs Wendell Rusch, Mrs Raymond Stoeber and Mrs> S. E. Straley. Harlan Eimers and family, Mrs fene Hiskey and Jeannie, Des tloines, and Mr and Mrs Hugo fittag, Webb. Afternoon callers ere Mr and Mrs Glen Flint and Robin and Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell. Valaine Voigt. seven year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Merle Yoigt. had her tonsils removed in Award Night, 8th Graders, Sentral School Seneca — Award night and eighth grade graduation were held at the Sentral high school May 22. Receiving diplomas promoting them from the eighth grade were Kenneth Beaver, Renee Votteler, Marlene Smith, Dwight Guerdet, Ronald Preston, Ronald Brekke, Philip Ruger, Christine Berkness, Rodney Jensen, Lowell Mueller, all of the Seneca area; Janella Bailey, Mark Bierstedt, Phyllis Cherland, Mollie Blanchard, Mark Geitzenauer, Allan Hantelman, Rachael Hurlburt, Sharon Harson, Cheryl Krause, DuWayne Leudke, John Leudke, Karen Leininger, Dwane De Sart, Danny Kearns, Judith Kraft. Dennis Laabs, Allan Marlow, Brian Menz, James Wiener, Linda Knoll, Eugene Hanna, Barbara Jensen, Dennis Uthof, Janet Hammerstrom, Roger Steinberger, Perry Eimers, Linneas Lagge, Donald Matthiesen. Patricia Ruhnke, Susan Theesfield, Kathryn Ditsworth, Randa Hansen and Tom Yager. Larry Joamcsen, son of Mrs Edna Johannesen, was a member of the graduating class at Waldorf College, Forest City, last Sunday. Senecans in attendance at the graduation were Mr and Mrs John -Stxuecker, Tim and Tom, Mr Victor Struecker and Jane, Dwane Johannesen. the Emmetsburg hospital last Tuesday. She returned home Wed ncsday. Mr and Mrs Clayton Wolff became the parents of their second daughter on May 24 at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. The little miss weighed 7 Ibs. and a oz. and has been named Penny Hcnee. Her sister Wendy Lou is one. Mr and Mrs Harry Wolff and DyAnne of Streeter, North Dakota, are visiting their son and family, Mr and Mrs Clayton Wolff. The Depew St. John's l.adici Aid met Thursday afternoon with Mrs LeRoy Naig and Mrs Arnold Naig hostesses. Mrs Eldon Huads presented the topic on Lutheran Co-operation and Mrs Arnos Berkland led the Bible Study. i'ci!»y Voigt It-It Wednesday to spend a couple of weeks with her sister Lois Voigt in Waterloo Later Lois will be home in Fenton for about a week and then will attend .summer school in Cedar Falls. Mrs Kay 1'rii-bc. Fenton Cancer Crusade cnairrnan, wishes 10 thank e\eryune for their contributions and the solicitors for their fine ]«b. A total of $1:14.00 was collected by Mrs Norman Bollinger, Mrs Burnett Heine, Mrs James Meyer, Mrs Fred Mortenson, Mrs Roger Osborn, Mrs Donald Priebe, Mrs Kay Priebe, Mrs Hichard Stucki and Mrs Clarence Yager. Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas entertained on Sunday, May 27. foi their daughter LaRee's !rth birth- das anniversary. Guests were William Voigt and Peggy. Mr and Mrs Merle Vuigt and family and Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and fainil}. Twins To Kindergarten The 1962-1963 Kindergarten class which will be in the Lone Rock School this fall will include two sets of twin>\ the Sullivans oi Seneca and the Hoovers of the Lone Rock area. The Sullivan twins, Sandra and Jerold, have 17 year old twin sisters, Sharon and Susan, svho were graduated last week from Sentral High School. A partial list of those registered for Kindergarten classes this fall include Lee Bergum, son of the Raymond Bergums; Vicki Breesc, daughter of the Lewis Breeses; Vicki Hm/., daughter of the Roy Him. Marcy Kabrick, daughter of the Ordian Kubricks; Rodney Lemmon, and Brian Kennedy, all of the Seneca area, also Theresa Bierstedt. Koxanne Bierstedt, Timothy and Thomas Hoover, Randy Hurlburt. Candyce Hurlburt, Jennifer Jackson, Sherry Newbrough, David Winter. Fenton W.S.CS. Plans Program For 1962-63 I'Critun — The Fenton VV.S.C S. rnci Thursday afternoon for the planning meeting for next year. Mii Charles Neut/l led the (levo- IINIIM anil Mis Ado Karmty prt- .ruled Hit Ic.ison. The following i i-contiuendaLion.3 weie made and ujled upon each circle will have u leu inurilti scar with I wo month vacation whenever they chouse, there vviil be a study course in Kebi'uai > a i ummage sale on September 22. a turkey supper on November 5, a Jj'alher-Son Banquet in Man.li L-aih mtmbti "ivL a Seneca Slars t-ll Audrey and Kathy Bergum were hosls to the Seneca Stars 4-H club at their home. Jolleen Mueller presided. Jill Jensen gave an illustrated talk. Anne Fortney talked on How to build in Storage and Becky Jensen on storage ol personal possessions. Guests included Donna and Judy Larsen ol Burt. Jolleen Mueller's name '.vas un intentionally omitted from the program numbers given at the Mother's Tea. She presented an accordion solo. The Slefanski girls will be the July hostesses. Evalon Schlei, To Wed June 10, Is Honored Fenton — Miss Evalon Schlei was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower Friday night, May 25, at the Fenton Methodist church. Mrs Eugene Huskamp announced the program. Nadine Weisbrod sang, accompanied by Trudy Huskamp. The Fenton Womens Club pre sented a "sing along" skit entitled "A Style Show In Reverse" under the direction of Mrs H. A. Walker. Mrs Lester Weisbrod sang a solo and directed the sing along part of the skit accompanied on the piano by Mrs Clayton Ditsworth. The play cast included Mrs Wilfred Stoeber, Mrs E. K. Johnson, Mrs Emil Frank, Mrs Charles Newel, Mrs Raymond Stoeber, Mrs Ernest Votteler and Mrs Arlo Ranney. Janean Zwiefel registered the guests. Kvalon was assisted in opening her gifts by Jane Ruger and Lennice Bilsborough, Titonka, Elaine Schlei and Jacqueline Laabs registered the gifts. LeAnn Schlei and Marlene Hanselman pinned the ribbons to the tablecloth. Miss Schlei and Samual Brush, Grinnell, now in the Navy at Norfolk, Va. will be married June 10 at the Fenton Methodist church. LONE ROCK By Mrs. Jim Morlow the weekend visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt. He is presently working at Colum bus Junction. Mrs. Marian Blanchard and Jonathon and Everett Householder were Sunday dinner guests at the Woodrow Pettit home. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Campbell of Iowa Falls visited last weekend at the Leo Schmidt home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn attended a reception at the Lone Rock Legion Hall Sunday for two graduating seniors, Eugene Hutchinson, son of the Lloyd Hutchin- sons and Leroy Meyer, son of the Frank Meyers. Mrs. Louella Green of La Habra, Calif., is spending several weeks with relatives in the area, and is at present visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig and Ronnie visited last Sunday at the Larry Dreyer home in Burt. Sunday evening visitors at the Mary Genrich home were Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus and Joyce, from Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tigges ind family were Sunday guests at he parental Mrs. Mary Reding lome in Whittemorc. The Sentral girls' track team, consisting of 18 girls, surprised heir coach Larry Paulson on his >irthday Friday with a party in lis honor. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Long and Durwin were Friday evening sup- icr guests at the Hilbert Bierstedt lome at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Milfred Mitchell were Sunday supper guests at the Duane Habeger home. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Householder attended commencement exercises at Twin Rivers of Bode Friday evening. Later at the John Olson home in Livermore, they were present at a reception in honor of the graduation of Donald Faith, the brother of Mrs. Householder. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hanna spent a few days at Deer River, Minn, on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Don Knedler and family spent last weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Justin Ber how at Kiester, Minn. Dinner and supper guests of Mrs. Georgia Marlow on Memorial Day were Mr. and Mrs. William Marlow and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Marlow and family, Mrs. George Kissner, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Deann and Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow and Kearn. Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow attended commencement exercises at Humboldt and were present at a reception at the Faber Dugan home in honor of their daughter Dolores. She is a niece of the Marlows. Friends of Mrs. Bud Marlow called on her Thursday afternoon to celebrate her birthday. They were Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Jack Quinn, Mrs. Leroy Ennen and Mervin, Mrs. Carl Peterson, and Mrs. Fritz Newbrough and Sherry. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Blanchard and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough attended Memorial Day services at Humboldt Wednesday and visited rt-lativ-i during the afternoon. Guests of Mrs. Rose Kraft for two weeks were Mr. and Mrs. Max Borchardt of Portland, Ore. They left Monday, May 28. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt, Harold Harms of Titonka and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mittag of Algona attended the graduation of Bernadine Benna at Albert City recently. Jerry Angus was home for ti"o days from Omaha and visited svith his parents Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus. Sunday dinner guests at the Leslie Baxter home were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Baxter and Darrel Dean of Algona. Mrs. Delmar Fischer and her mother Mrs. Amanda Peterson went to Andubon Wednesday where they attended the graduation of Mrs. Fischer's nephew, Carter Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and Linda, and Mrs. Louella Green of La- Habra, California svent to Austin Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schmidt. Sunday visitors at the Roger Radig home were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz from Estherville. Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mueller of Whittemore and Maynard Mueller of Merced, California. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson attended the confirmation of Roib Farland Sunday. The service svas held at the Emmanual Lutheran church in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ennen and Don visited at the Alfred Schaden clorf home Tuesday evening to help Cathy celebrate her 13th birthday. Cathy's friend, Roxanne Stefanski was an overnight guest. Kenneth Schmidt was home for Mrs Bertha Pummer, who is staying at the home of a daughter, the Gernt De Waard.s, Wesley, following eye surgery recently, spent Memorial Day at the Henry Lnufts.. Mr and Mrs John Johannesen and Ronnie were Memorial l),iy dinner guests at the home of tin jr daughter and sister, Mrs Marlys Kreugcr and family, Fairmoni FOR RENT New Idea Flail Type SPREADER Contuct SQUEEZE EASE RENTALS Gerald Vpigt — Fenton (19tf) FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Fenton, Iowa THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embdlmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTEO 21001 21006 202 U i STOP IN AND 'SEE THIS GREAT TtfEW IDEA SEMI-MOUNTED MOWER MOW! • Quick hitch uses only two bolls. •'• Tubular *teel frame— extra strength without excess weight. • Choice of spring-assist hand lift, cable power lift or hydraulic lift. • Equipped with heavy duty 3 /4* thick, reinforced cutter bar. • Makes clean, square turns. ASK US ABOUT OTHER BIG FEATURES! WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa NEVER BEFORE! SUCH QUALITY AT SUCH A LOW PRICE! t Tubular rims • Built-in kkkstand CQO » Two-tone soddlj «pVY* Money saving bargain hunters will welcome the new; Schwinn Typhoon . , . never befoie io much bike for set little money. Genuine §chwinn quality too. STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, la. (21-22) ANNOUNCEMENT! I have sold the garage and implement business which has operated under the name B & W Chevrolet to Bob Mitchell, who has been with me for the past two years and whom all of you know. I want, at this time, to thank you all for the patronage received by this firm in the past. I will remain at the same location to settle up old accounts, and until the present stock of new cars and trucks and used cars is closed out. We have on hand the following new vehicles, which I offer at very attractive prices: Chev. II station wagon, Powerglide, 6 cyl. Chev. II sedan, 6 cyl., stick shift Corvair Monza, 102 HP, 4 sp. trans. Chev. '.2 ton truck, 4 sp. trans., heavy duty wheels and rear end. - DUANE WIDDEL UNDER THE NAME OF THE FENTON MOTOR CO. I will continue to operate a general garaje repair service for cars, trucks and implements. The firm is also a dealer for sales and service of ALLIS CHALMERS FARM EQUIPMENT Your continued patronage will be most sincerely appreciated, and we welcome an opportunity to talk trade or new farm equipment, or quote on repair jobs. Phone 28 FENTON MOTOR CO. Bob Mitchell Fenton, Iowa

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