The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 28, 1962 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 28, 1962
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AUGUST 28, 1962 ASK US ABOUT WELP'S NEW EDER PIG PLAN DUNCAN PRODUCE . In Friendly Fenton FELCO W ALL MASH OFFERS EVERYTHING THEY NEED_ When you feed Felco 16% AH Mash, you know your hens are getting everything they need. It leaves nothing to chance. That's why it is becoming more popular with poultry raisers every' year. And, Felco 16% All Mash is especially adapted to a commercial poultry operation where mechanized feeding is used Make sure your hens are getting all die nutdotg Ifaey 06€d ... feed Felco 15% AJJ Ma& —' CONTACT . . T~ FENTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR WE INVITE YOU TO LET US TALK OVER LOAN REQUIREMENTS WITH YOU. LOANS ARRANGED TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS AND BUD- EQUIPMENT AND SUP?*-'" YOU c«,, n T ° MAKE 1 OA NS T0 GOOD, SOLID, RELIABLE PEOPLE WHO HAVE ADE- HAVE DONE AN ° THAT IS OUR BUSINESS! FIRST TRUST ANO SAVINGS BANK FENTQN TERMS TAILORED TO YOU! 4-Algona (la.) Upper Dos Molnet Tuesday, August 28, 1962 Fenton Travelers Home From A Variety Of Trips Published By the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCK! News Editor Teuton — Mr and Mrs Lyle Newel and family. Mr and Mrs Dalo Weisbrod and Nadine and Mark Voigt, returned home last week fr >m a three week vacation. They traveled in separate cars nnd enjoyed sightseeing and camping together. They visited manj national parks. Glacier, in Mon ana, Rainy Forest in Washington, Banff and Lake Louise in Canada. They went to the Worlds Fair in Seattle where they met the Weis>rods' daughter and son-in-law, he Garry Bleckwenns, Altus, Okla. While in Washington the Weis>rods and Bleckwenns and Mark vere supper guests of the Lloyd 'riests in Puyallup. The Newels went to Minneapolis to visit Dr. nd Mrs Harold Pauls, Mrs Newel's sister and the Weisbrods •ent to Grove City, Minn, to visit Irs Weisbrod's brother and fam- y, the Arlo Voigts. : Fenfon Soldier Is Communication School Grad Snjoy Wisconsin Trip Mr and Mrs Frank McFall returned home Thursday morning from a five day trip in Wisconsin. In Watertown they visited with Mr and Mrs Carl Kruger, who are ['ormer Fenton residents. While there they saw Wadehouse, an olc historical stage coach inn, with 57 rooms, and also the first kindergarten in the U.S.A. They toured the Kohler, village and plant, a company which makes plumbing fixtures. At the Wisconsin Dells :hey enjoyed a trip on an amphibious vehicle and took boat trips o the upper and lower dells. Miss Reba Ditsworth. Esther- •ille, has been visiting with her >rother, Clayton Ditsworth, while Mrs Ditsworth and daughters <atheryn and Mary Ellen visited or ten days in Chicago with Mrs Dilsworth's sister, Miss Luella Newel. Going to and from Chicago .hey stayed with the E. J. NeweU n Davenport. Trudy Huskamp, daughter of th. Eugene Huskamps and Ariel Berk and, daughter of the Reuben Berk ands won a blue ribbon at the owa State Fair with their 4-H emonstration entitled "Of Thee Ve Sing", a flag demonstration, 'he gins are members of the In- ependence Belles 4-H club. Ihe First Quarterly t'onfi renci of the Fenton Methodist churcl. will be held Tuesday evening. Aug The public is uv.ted to attune! ihe ft p.m. meeting. Mrs Albert Mitchell cntortainri Thursday afternoon at a caffc: party in honor of Mrs W. H Wolfe's birthday. Other guests were Mrs John Munch, Mrs Hoy Chris- thilles. Mrs Louie Weisbrod an' .Mrs Fiichard Underwood and Lynn David. Mr and Mrs \\m-\\ Miller anil their (laughters and families. .\V and Mr-, Carl Veer, Korhestc-r Minn. Mr and Mrs Melvn Hick Titonka. Mr and Mr., Pau' Winters. Buffalo renter and Mr and Mrs Fred Kckhart. Bancroft picnicked at the Stalelme park Krnmons, Minn, on Sunda> Aug The Friendly Neighbors dub and the Jolle;, Neighbors Huh plus some Fenton Hock and Alguna Women v.ent on a (bartered bus trip to Sioux Fail, S D on Tuesday Tne tour uhiih .,tarlr;d caily in Die morning visited a chil home the South Dakota penitentiary a Forernos' Bell Telephone Met/ Baking ' o and a .-.hopping center, all in or near Sioux Falls Jim peril Davenport visited lasl week with hi.-, parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Peril Mr and Mrs J. A Schwartz am< Miss Kdith Laage were, guests Sun day Aug l'.t. with Mr and Mr: Karl Schwartz in Hock well City l'alt> .Sorenson. daughter of Mr and Mr, Marcel Sortason, Blue Karih visited week in the- Ar nold l.aabs home. Helene Wolf Harn roft, .spent several days there al.,o Mr and Mrs \\. K. l.aagc and -,ori, returned Tuesday from a few days vacation in Nebraska. l.lo\d lii-rklamj, Martin 'Jerk- land Hubon Berkland and fck> Pnebe went on a four day Uio to Montana for cal'.le buying Mr and Mis (,j||ji t Scribnrr re turned home re( c.r. ly from a two week vacation '1 ney visited with Scnbners sisRr. Mr and Mrs Jet ferson Tillrnan. Fo.storia, Ohio, with their daughter, Mr and Mrs Thunuan (iainey and Dixie in Hampton, V'a. and with Scnbners' brother. Mr and Mrs H. A Scnb- iiL-i in Colombia Mo Mis l.lovil Hi-ikl.ind ,Jo>ti-. Judy and l^iy and Mr, Kd priebe i-'tu'iuk-d tin.- Minnesota Stati; Fair ^ Mr ami Mis Ko^er l/rcver and Bium. Sioux I ii). visited o'.er the vveckeiiU of August ly with Mrs E Army National Guard Pvt. Daryl W. De Sart, whose wife, Wilma, lives in Des Moines, recently completed the eight-week communications center specialist course under the Reserve Forces Act program at the Southeastern Signal School, Fort Gordon, Ga. The 23- year-old soldier, son of Mr and Mrs Scott E. De Sart, Fenton, is a 1957 graduate of Sentral High School, Fenton. Mrs Amanda Kern. Mr and Mrs Webber Yager and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family were Wednesday evening guests of Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager. The occasion was in honor of Kern's birthday. Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and daughters and Bonnie Jent? enjoyed at camping trip at Pilof Knob State park near Forest City on the weekend of August 19. They attended St. Paul's Lutheran church in Garner Sunday. Mr and Mrs I.vle Bassett, Mil ford, visited Wednesday evening in the Raymond Sloeber homo. Jackie Orcyer. son of Mr --•' Mrs Duane Dreyer, Humboldt, visited last week with his grandmother, Mrs E. H. Dreyer and .vith his aunt and uncle, the Darrel Orcycrs. Mr and Mrs Ralph Rirchard and family, Stillwater, Okla. spent Tuesday with Mrs Florence Bchne. Mrs Birchard is Mrs Behnc's sister. Uednesday evp infi dinner gue-.ts of Mr ami Mrs William Hiinlt-lman were . • and Mr? Mtrie Flint, Nancy , "r. nn ie and Becky, Ringsted. Tuesday dinner quests . f Mr and Mr.-, Albert Mitchell wen Mr and .Mrs Norman Thompson, San Bernardino, f.'al and Mrs Richard Underwood and family Cheryl and Marela Gross, dan ghters of Mr and Mrs Don Grosr left Tuesday by train for their home in Phoenix, Ariz, after spending the summer with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Harry Haase. Thursday afternoon, Aug. 1C, guests of Mrs Frank Thilges in honor of her birthday were Mrs Arnold Nielsen, Kevin and Kristie, Mrs John Fuhr and Mrs Arnold Laabs, Diane and Carol. Sunday, Aug. 19, afternoon callers at the R. F. Laabs home were Mi and Mrs Cliff Haase. Mrs Walter Schmidt, Austin, visited Saturday and Sunday at the Laabs home. Tuesday evening supper guests of Mr and Mrs Larry Alt were Mr and Mrs Art Krause and Mr and Mrs Stan Berkland and Tania. The occasion was in honor of the Berkland 's second wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Ernest Berkland. Steve and Tim returned from their vacation trip on Sunday, Aug. 19. They vacationed in Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado. They spent some time in the Rocky Mountains, National Park, Estes Park and Colorado Springs. Mr and Mrs Ervin Kassaulkc and Debbie Trimont were Sunday, Aug. 19, dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoeber. The Kas- sulkes' sons Mike and Kent returned home after spending the week with the Stoebers. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern, Rhonda and Jody visited over the August 19 weekend with Mr and Mrs Charles Kern in Shenandoah. While there they all attended the Sidney- Rodeo. Mrs Lawrence Ruhnke and family, Miller, So. Dak. were Saturday, Aug. 18, dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Ervin Krause. Mrs Ruhnke is a sister-in-law of Mrs Krau- Mrs Larry Gadc and Judy and Mrs Richard Stucki and Julie visited Monday afternoon at the Roger Potratz home in Alta. Mr and Mrs Larry Ait accom- janied by Mrs Katie Alt, West Send, attended an Alt reunion over the weekend in Kankakee, 111. They stayed at the Ben Rinken- burger home. Rev. and Mrs Samih Ismir have been recent visitors in the Ernest Berkland home. Mrs Ismir is the former Donna Berkland. The Is mirs have resigned their parish at Tomahawk, Wis. and are moving to Prinston, New Jersey, where Rev. Ismir wil' enter --e Prinsl.n Theological Seminar- for p- • year. Sunday. Au«i t '!.. dinner SUPS .-• of the Arnold Nielsens were Mr and Mrs Frank Thilges and Grep Mr and Mrs John Fulir, Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs and girls. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mr. Matt Brown, Emmetsburg. Thf occasion honored Mr Nielsen'. birthday. Sentral School Superintendent D G. Keoppel announced that Roger Osborn has resigned as Secretary to the Sentral School Board effective Sept. 1. Harlan Mueller is the new secretary. He also reports that there will be no school on Labor Day and that Carl (Bill) Hansen will replace Duane Johan nesen as one of Sentral's bus drivers from the Seneca area. SMALL PARTS CABINETS fo: home or office. Upper De.". Moines Pub. Co., Algona. BIGGEST The world's APPETITE FOR CORN Bulls through 100-plu» yields wittjoiU pjug. SUPERPICKER WEISBROD IMPLEMENT IN FRIENBIY FgNTQN Bleckwenns In Family Reunion, Fenton Park Fenlon — A Bleckwenn family reunion was held Sunday, Aug. 19, at the Fenton community center. Those attending were Mrs Sophie Bieckwenn, Mr and Mrs A. D. Bleckwenn, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bleckwenn, Mr and Mrs Emil Bleckwenn, all of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Bleckwenn and Bert, Mr and Mrs Henry Bruhn, Mrs Anna Bleckwenn and Donna, Mr and Mrs Virgil Bleckwenn, Mrs George Umscheid and family, all of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Claude Wright, Beverly and Kermit and two grandchildren Linda and Timmy Wright and Mr and Mrs Melvin Wright and Becky Jo all of Estherville. Mr and Mrs Richard Kunz and family, Emmetsburg, Mr A. F. Helmke, and Mr and Mrs Glenn Prentice and family all of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Merle Lock wood and family, Swea City, Mr and Mrs Ross Sigmund, Boone, Mr and Mrs Aulden Davis and family New Richmond, Wis., Mr and Mrs Allan Trattner and family, Rolling Hills, Calif., Mr and Mrs Paul Bleckwenn and family Cedar Rapids, Mr and Mrs Wayii" Alderson and Patty, Fenton, tn. J . visitors Dick Neu, Union Grov? Wis. and Greg Bell, Waterloo. Donna Knoll Is Shower Honoree At Fairville Fenton — Miss Donna Knoll, bride-to-be of Roger Frink, was honored at a bridal shower Friday evening, Aug. 24, at St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville. Mrs Norman Bellinger was mistress of ceremonies. She gave a reading, as did Hence Hanlelman. A skit announced by Mrs Gone Wegener was performed by Gail Hanlel- man, Karen Weincr, Mrs Ervin Frink, Mrs John Waile, Mrs Orville Weiner, Mrs Marian Eirncrs. Mrs Jim Langerman, Mrs Gerald Langerman. Mrs Jerry Waile and Mrs Richard Stucki. Mrs Ed Bruhn played a piano selection followed by a serious poem by Mrs Norman Bollingcr. Karen Weincr. registered the guests: Trudy 01- sen, Algona, registered the gifts; and Miss Knoll was assisted in opening the gifts by her sister, Linda, and Colleen Frink. Miss Knoll and Frink will be married Sept. 2 at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. Mrs Kred Mortonson anil Knthy and Ronald Morlcnson visited in the Daryl Householder Wednesday and Thursday. On Friday Mr? Householder and Danny returned to Fenton with the Mortensens to visit this week. Mr and Mrs Kussrll Oronsin STYtE Take Your Pick From Dozens of Modern or Early American Styles I OCCASIONALS . . . RECLINERS . . . POCKERS . . . . / SWIVELS . . . Your Choice of Covers and a Wide Range of Prices. DIRECT FACTORY and WAREHOUSE PURCHASE MEAN ECONOMY WITH QUALITY, DURABILITY WITH STYLE, AND EVERY CHAIR IS DIFFERENT It's Worth Driving Miles To Lock Over Ths Two Floors of Furniture at . . . IN FRIENDLY FENTON FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE «nd OEHL EQUIPMENT Bu*. Phone 3 Re*, phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E, W, Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER U The Only Publication Print«d That Take* An Interest In F'entonl UQYD AA. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm loan* And Auction Service Phone 933 Fenten, Iowa and family, Clinton, Mrs Katie Mortensen and Mrs Emil Pope, Moline, 111., arrived Friday at the Fred Mortensen home. Thny will be visiting this week in Fonton. Mrs Katie Mortensen, who is 93, came to Iowa to visit her son Carl Mortensen, a patient at the Good Samaritan Rest Home in Algona. On Saturday afternoon Mrs Fred Mortensen entertained at a coffee partv, besides her house guests three of Mrs Katie Mortcnsr-n's nieces were there, Mrs Marie J. ; t- goreJ New York C'ty, Mrs Walt ; SchiHlz, V- Mcomc, and Mrs / t Hoppc, F. monl. Lester Osborns To Be Honored On Sept. 2 Seneca — Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn will be honored on their Silver wedding anniversary "open house" from two until five p.m. Sunday afternoon, Sept. 2, at their farm home west of Seneca. The occasion is being sponsored by the couple's children, Mr and Mrs Morgan Tennyson, St. James, Minn., Larry Osborn of Omaha, Neb., and Shirley at home. All friends and relatives arc invited. No special inviations will be sent. 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