The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 10, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 10, 1962
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JULY 10, 1962 4-Algona (la.) Upper Des Maine* TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1962 Resurfacing Plan Begins For 3rd Fenton Streets Fcnfon — The Everds Bros ('instruction Co. of Algonn. Ir.^ar 1 mirsflay to put Sffil con'in;: ci of Fcntons streets. A Ir.yer of hot tar was placed on the paved streets and then a layer ol crushed white limestone. Mayor \V W. Jolley said, "Next year and every year thereafter they will do one-thirds of the streets." There fore with this rotation plan the one-third of the Fenton streets will be resurfaced every three years, years. W.S.C.S. Meeting The Fenton Methodist WSCS met Thursday afternoon. July 5 The ladies voted to buy a refrigerator for the parsonage kitchen. This is in line with the conference policy that a church should have a stove and refrigerator furnished in the parsonage as soon as expedient. Mrs Merle Voigt was elected as Secretary of Promotion to replace Mrs II. A Walker. Mrs Ray Stoeber. vice president and program chairman announced that the year books should be available by ihe Angus! meeting. The cost of the books por member is 30c this \ear. an increase of Sc over last J. Weisbrod, Mrs C. C. Callahan and Mr and Mrs Charles Lovejoy and Mary Lou. Mr and Mrs Otto Orcyer. Burbank, Calif, are visiting with Drey crs' parents, Mr ami Mrs Art Dreyer and other area relatives. Jackie Jo mid Diane, daughters of Mr and Mrs Jaque Otto. DeWitt, la., are visiting their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Henry Schule. Mrs Florence Saxton and Marquis. Mr and Mrs Blaine Saxton and family, Esthcrville, Mr am 1 Mrs Gilbert Saxton. Sandra and Vaughn. Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Harold Saxton and family, Em- melsburg, and Mrs Mary C. Hansen had a picnic dinner July 4th in the Fenton park. Dr. and Mrs W. E. Borne and family of Chicago were guests at the Wilfred Stoeber home from Thursday to Saturday enroute to California. On Friday evening th? Bornes, the Stoebers and the Richard Stucki families attended a family picnic in Swea City. Mrs Borne and Mrs Stoeber are twin sisters. Mr and Mrs Howard Rierstedl \f-ar. The devotional leader was and family were July fourth guests Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Mrs Fred Mortenson presented the lesson on Mudent work assisted by Mrs M. Voigt and Mrs Curtis Lura. Mrs Clayton Ditsworth was the pianist. The hostesses were Mrs Derwooc Voigt. Mrs Charles Weisbrod and Mrs Dale Weisbrod. Mrs Ervin Krause was a guest. Depew Aid Meets The Depew Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon, June 23. Mrs Louie Egemo presented the lesson. The Cradle Roll program was presented with all the babies baptized during the year receiving certificates. Songs were sung by the pre-school and kindergarten age groups. Hostesses were Mrs Russell Johnson, Mrs Bcrle Berkland and Mrs Berl Berkland. Fourth of July dinner gin-its ni the home of Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod and Mrs Blanche Huskamp were Mr and Mrs MiJferJ Elbert and family, Mr and Mrs L. (if Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller Miss Bertha Kressin along with the Bierstedts was a supper guest. Picnic guests of the Charles Feye on the Fourth of July were, Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and family. Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel and Patty, Mr and Airs Eldon Duncan and family and Mr and Mrs Eugene Mansager and family. Mr and Mrs Uelond Bolte anil family were July 1 evening guests of the -Arnold Laabs. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gienapt. Manchester. la. visited recently for two days with Mrs Helen Wid- Lloyd Kerns. Saturday, June 30. dinner guests of Mrs Helen Widdel were Mr and Mrs Virgil Beck and daughter, Rochester. Minn, and Mr and Mr, Larry Stcenblock, Mason City. Mrs Steenblock is the former Lindu Widdel. Kern Yager began working July 5 as a brakeman for Northwestern Kailroad out of Waseca, Minn. Mr and Mrs Howard Kaby and family, Cedar F'alls, Mr and M.'s B ;b Jolmnsen and family, Minneapolis, and Mr and Mrs R. P. Sch- iilz and family, Long Beach, Cal., all visited with the ladies' mother and family, Mrs Emil Frank and Mr and Mrs Don Shaw on the Fourth of July. Mrs Schlitz and family will remain in Iowa for six weeks but Mr Schlitz will return to California in two weeks. Mr und Mrs Bernard Haase and Teddy were Sunday, July 1, dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Mortenson. Supper guests were Donna Marrow, Emmetsburg, and Bryan Mortenson, Cedar Rapids, who visited his parents over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Lester Weisbrod and James left July 3 for a month vestern vacation. They plan to go o the World's Fair in Seattle, sightsee at various national parks and visit relatives and friends in California and Colorado. Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and family were Sunday, July dinner guests of Mr and Mrs How ard Bierstedt . July 1 supper guests of Mr Mary C. Hansen were Mr and Mrs LaVerne Blakestd, Austin, Minn Mrs Blakestd is a granddaughter of Mrs Hansen. The Blakestds also called on Mrs Blakestd's uncle William Voigt. James Voigt accompanied his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Fred Geigel, Algona, on an Iowa His- del. .Mrs Mrs Gienapt is a cousin of Widdel. Mr and Mrs Arnold Hanlclman and family and Mr and Mrs Norman Bellinger and girls attended a family reunion at the home of Steve Ostwald in New Ulm, Minn. on July^Zi Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and family, Mrs Amanda Kern and Art Mueller were July fourth guests of Pastor, Family Are Reception Guests, Fenton Fenton — A Welcome reception was held for Rev. and Mrs Paul Hoyt and Patricia, Monday evening, July 2. The Hoyts' son Bill was not able to attend because he" is in summer school. The program was presented by Mrs Ray Stoeber, vice president and program chairman of the WSCS. The theme of the program was, "Let Us Take The Highroad Together." The six guideposts were Vision, Awareness, Sense of Values, Praise, Love and Prayer. The following people lighted a candle and spoke of one of the guideposts, Mrs Clayton Ditsworth, Mrs Clarence Yager, Gerald Voigt, S. E. Straley, Mrs Jessie Newel, and Mrs Frank McFall. Willard Menz, chairman of the official board welcomed the Hoyts to the Fento*> church. Rev. Fred C. Preul led the congregation in prayer. Hymns were sung and other music included a duet by Mr and Mrs Warren Jones and a violin selection by Mrs Don Shaw. Pianists were Mrs Arnold Hansen and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth. The food shower given by the congregation was presented to Rev. and Mrs Hoyt by Mrs Lyle Newel, president of the W.S.C.S. Presiding at the coffee service were Mrs Fred Preul and Mrs Arthur Voigt. Published By The Uppef Des Mollies Publishing Co., Alg&na, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCKI News Editor Step in and get acquainted with our "cooling- off" ideas-everything for hot weather comfort! CUT JftONIMG 71AU IN HAL!! ICE. CUBE TRAY with ejector grid SPECIAL, 2 r« $3.99 STOEBER IN FRIENDLY FgNTON torical Society excursion up and down the river from Davenport the weekend of July 1. Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs and iirls visited Sunday, July 1, in the Marcel Sorenson home at Blue Earth, Minn. In the afternoon they attended the horse and chuck wagon races. Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley recently attended a state rural mail carriers convention at Ames. Mrs Eddie Silrum and children, Storden, Minn., visited the week of June 24 with her parents, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell. Dr. and Mrs E. VV. Ruske spent the Fourth of July at Okoboji at the cottage of Mrs Ruske's cousin, Mrs Fern Huisman. Other relatives there were Mr and Mrs Ervin Olsen and family. Spencer. | Mr and Mrs John Olsen and family, California, and Mr and Mrs i Clarence Berkland, Cylinder. Janoll Krappe, daughter of Mr and Airs Edmund Krappe, Hum- holdt, spent July 4th with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Alben -Schwai Uenbach. Mrs Leona Halverson was a dinner guest that day. Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley attended an Iowa - Texas picnic at Oneda Park in Spencer, July 1. Mrs II. C. (ioetseh visited the weekend of July 1 with Rev. and Mrs J. G. Snyder and Mr and Mrs Jack Kruenslyrnia in Storm Lake. Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Douglas, Mr and Mrs Gerald Jentz and family enjoyed at picnic at the Marten Kramer home on July 4th. Mr and Mrs Hiehard Stucki and family, Mr and Mrs Floyd Burd were Independence Day dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Marion Stucki. Mr and Mrs Ernest Berkland entertained Saturday evening, June 'M in honor of Berkland's birthday Guest.-, were Mr and Mrs Stan Berkland and Tania and Mr and Mrs David Btrkland and family. luesday evening. July 3. Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller entertained in honor of Nicky's llth birthday. Guests were Art Mueller, William Voigt and Peggy, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family, Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family, Debbie Bolte and Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family. Mrs Art Mueller visited last week with her sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Harvey Higley in Fairmont, Minn. Mr und Mrs Kaymond Stoebrr were Independence day supper guests of Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler. Mr und Mrs Uelond Bolte und family were Fourth of July supper guest.s of Mr and Mrs Merle V'iiigl Evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Edwards and family, Ernmelsburg. , Miss Lois Voigt, \\aterloo visited over the weekend with her ' lather, William Voigt. i Mr. and Mrs. Mike Koppen and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Elbert returned home from their 7,000 milt trip Monday. They left May 4 for Washington state, visited relatives ; in several other stales and also look in the World's Fair. Mr. and Mr*. Martin (Butch) PotraU and family returned home Thursday from a four week trip in ! Washington, Oregon and other 1 western stales. They also spent | it\Udl dn>j at thi. Wodd'j I'au | June 24 dinner guests at the William Boettcher home were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, Mrs. Bill Buss, Mrs. Martha Pompe of Whittemore, Mrs. Stainbrook and three sons and Leona Schallin of St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Widdel accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd lark, Armstrong, on a three week vacation. They went to the World's ?air in Seattle and met Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Anderson, former ?enton residents, there. In Portland, Ore. they visited the Virgil Opsals and in Arizona spent some lime with the Donald Grosses and Charles OberJes. Patty WiddeJ stayed with her aunts and uncles | Jr. and Mrs. Richard Krumm and Mr, and Mrs. Otis Opsal in Armstrong. •• Judy Jolley returned home June 23 after a Hawkeye Girls State. Sunday, her father Dr. W. W. Jolley took her back to her summer job at Sawbill Lodge, Tofte, Minn. The Jolleys stayed at the lodge for the week. Daniel Foley of here and the Rev. J. J. Hyland of Sheldon, left lust Sunday to spend a few months with relatives in Ireland. Mr. Foley will also visit with his nephew. Merle Kollasch in Louvain, Belgium, who is in a seminary there. His daughters, Mary Beth and Ann Foley, will stay with their aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. James McCreary at Detroit, Mich, while Mr. Foley is in Ireland. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Siems and family arrived here Tuesday from Evansville, Ind. for a week's visit here with relatives. Joe E. Pettit son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Pettit graduated cum laude and received a bachelor's degree in business administration at commencement exercises held Sunday at Luther College in Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Holland Weber and family of Morrisville, Penn. arrived here last Sunday at the parental lome of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber. They will spend a two week vacation here visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heldcnwith accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith to Grundy Center Saturday where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kohl, Antigo. Wis. and Elsie Leopold of Milwaukee, Wis. Salute Is Bit Hasty Fenton — Two Fenton firemen were slightly injured when a nine inch salute bomb they were lighting at the 4th of July fireworks show exploded less than two feet off the ground. Delbert Geitzenauer. who said, "we were just lucky", has a slight burn on his face, and Ray L'thof, assistant fire chief, thought he had a cracked eardrum but . upon examination by the local doctor it was found to be inflamed and by Thursday morning it had cleared up. BUDGET ESTIMATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICE:--The Board of Directors of Sentra) Community School Distric KussuUi & Palo Alto County. Iowa, will meet July 23. 1962. at 8:00 PM. .11 Si-ntra! School. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate ot expenditures for the year beginning July 1. 1962. and ending June 30. 19fi3. A detailed statement ot receipts and disbursements, both past and anttclpatcc will be available at the hearing. Roger L Osborn District Secretary •c 0-3 " _ ~ 20470 Gc-ni-ral ___ J _210435 Transportation . 1(3877 Text Books and Supplies 4821 3592 3j_otal "General Fund 232133 216215 Old Age Siirv Ins (Federal) Public Emps. Rtt i Slate i . Schoolhouie Fund School Site Bonds and Interest Special Courses Fund ""Total "All^Purpos Secretary's balance _215287_ 20555 _21UOO_ 8480 ~ •c ^ il J93387_ 12075 3930 "239772 30380 5497_ 5956 5825 5800 \209392_ . 5825 5860 572 30137 37023 36000 I75H3 _ 17fj'i.'t •s" 29958B " 2823B5 July l.~l%2. 18066 305523" 36000 180H6 30380 "275113 1 OF.NKKAI. FUND HI HOOI. HOt'SE FUND lux per $1,000.110 assessed value Numhei of persons ol school age '1 .1 \.iMe valuation IMl .Vimievs ,incl Credits. 1%1 . $90463.H6 $2010:12; $ as TO 73« $7.69H.7W1 $ 312.057 FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE F6NTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invite; You Tp Fentpn WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE and GEHl EQUIPMENT Bu«. Phone 3 Re». Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE Fo/ ByiWing . Remodeling PHQNi 12$ or 17 Dr, E. W. Ruske DENTIST Off!?* Phone 79 Reiidence 3$ Fenten, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER If The Only Publication Print, ed That Takes An Interest Jp pen ton I UOYO M. BERKLANP licenced Real Estate Broker and Farm Loam And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa Pet Show, 30 Prizes, July 14, Fenfon, 2 p.m. If you own a dog, or a pet, you'll have a whale of a time in Fenton next Saturday, July 14. At 2 p.m. there will be judging of five classifications of pets, and 30 prizes are being offered to the winners, as outlined in detail in an ad on the Fenton Reporter page in this issue. The event is being sponsored by 10 Fenton business firms and Ken- L-Ration. The latter dog food company is donating a number of the prizes. There will be five categories of contest, Best Groomed, Best Trick, Best Costumes, Largest Dog and Smallest Dog. Entry blanks must be filled out but there are no fees of any kind. Just fillout an entry blank from any of the 10 stores and you are entered with your pet. RUIUHNG BURNS ON PKNTON PAHM Fon ton —- Firement were called to the farm home of John Finnestad, four miles west of Fenton, Saturday evening. The fire was uiscovered about 8 p.m. just as the storm also hit the area. Many Fenton people thought the fire whistle to be a tornado warning. Damage included complete destruction of a hog house. A corh crib nearby was saved. High wind and sparks endangered the hou&c and garage on the Norman Finnestad farm acrdss the road. The Cylinder fire department was called M assist. When men speak ill of thee, so live that nobody will believe them. Neighbors Lend Hand, Lone Rock Lone tlock — Saturday afternoon, June 23, the neighbors helped Ervin Wetzel cultivate a 72 acrs field of corn: assisting were Harlon Marlow, Dave Lynch, Marvin Beaver, Merwin Marlow, Robert Marlow, Ralph Thompson, Ornie Behrends, Ralph and Lynn Bierstedt. The following neighbors gave extra help with haying: Roy Ennen, Eldin Marlow, Lyle Mnrlow. Clarence Kraft, the local DX man was on hand to fill the tractors when the cultivating was finished. The Hartwells and the Wetzels are deeply grateful to all. IF IT'S NEWS WE WArf'v. "..' IF IT'S NSWS. WE WANT II 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 2 1006 20216 4-D WHO FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Fenton, Iowa WE'RE READY WITH KETfJNAtOR AIR CONDITIONERS 3 SIZES IN STOCK NOW The Perfect Window Sizes, with cooling opacity from 4,000 B.T.U., to 12,000 B.T.U. These are Precision Manufactured, For E-.oncmica! operation, Quietness, and Full Efficiency. Priced From $173.50. We Invite You To Step In and See Them. McFALL PLUMBING & HEATING IN FRIENDLY FENTON WATCH YOUR DOLLARS GROW HERE . . . ON CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS 'Most dreams demand a cash foundation .. , and you can have it — by saving regularly nere. Our high dividend payments help ypu reach your goal mo: e quickly, too. So, open your account today and watch your "fancies" turn into fact! Call or come in for complete details. YOUR SAVINGS ARE FULLY INSURED UP TO $10,000 BY FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION CURRENT RATE PER ANNUM ON CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK FENTON OFFICE

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