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SEPTEMBER 4, 1962 4-Algona (lo.) Upper Pet Molnei Tuesday, September 4, 1962 Four File For Office In Sentral School Election Fenton — Four men filed by ^^S^SS^l «?_ ^ene Huskamp,and Trudy, election. Eugene Huskamp and Willard Menz whose terms an , Mrs Amanda Kr-rn, Mr and Mr? Lloyd Kern and family, Mr and Mrs Clarence .'ager and family. Mrs Anna Boevers and Mr and both expired filed for re-flection II S.*r taT 1 K^,, 1 ™ I Mrs Robert Kr.-ui-.nd7.rn.iy. tin-opposed. Harold Wehrspann also filed to fill one of the two vacancies on the board. The election will be held on Monday, Sept. Boevers Reunion Ii<;nors A picnic dinner was held Sun day, Aug. 26 at the T. C. Trenarj home east of Burt in honor of Mr Sylvia Crawford. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Floyd Duncan The Boevers Fam !y reunion was Billy and Eldon Jr. Duncan, Fen held in the Fenton park Sunday, ton, Mr and Mrs Emil Person Aug. 26. Those attending Mr and Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Carlos Mrs Ray Brjwn, Galena, 111., Mr Engelby and family, Swea City and Mrs Charles Boevers and fam- Mr and Mrs W. R. Smith, Wesley, ily, Mr and Mrs Milton Norton and Mr and Mrs Ralph Dugan and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Geigel family, Algona, Mr and Mrs Henry and Mr and Mrs Melvin Kern and Smith and family and Mr and Mrs family, Algona, Mr and Mrs Ger- Harold Becker, Burt. Mrs Craw- aid Voigt and James, Mrs Carrie ford, Camas, Wash, arrived in Des Voigt, Mrs Olga Huskamp, Mr and Moines by plane for the weekend Mrs Richard Borchardt, Mr and' and returned home by plane Mon- day as the school where she tear es second grade started on Thu day, Aug. 30. Parents Of Twins Mr and Mrs Lelaiul Hantelma Duluth. former Fenton residon are Ihe grandparents of (heir 2n set of twin granddaughters. Tl girls named Selena and Melim for two maternal great-aunts wei born Aug. 18 in St. Paul. The Barents are Mr and Mrs Geral 1 licler, Mrs Haider being the for mcr Joan Hanlelman. The Hante mnns other daughter Doris. M and Mrs John S. Thorns, Duluth lave two year old twin daughter Mary and Martha and also have iree other children, Mike, Mark, 3 and Margaret, 1. SUPERPICKER BIG CAPACITY 1 NON-STOP PICKING! FROM Here's the all-new pull-type picker with the world's biggest appetite for corn. Also, new for '62 — a mounted cage-type sheller. Switch from husking .. bed to shelter — right on your farm. Full year guarantee WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fdnfon, Iowa FRANK SEZ- As you most all know by now, we are handling the well-known, highly regarded, long-life KELVIN ATOR Appliances A few days ago we received one of the very newest in electric ranges, a 1963 model KELVINATOR ELECTRIC RANGE, and we would certainly be proud to show it to all of you. This new Electric Range has the Throw-Away Aluminum Foil Lining, Multi-Heat Broiling, Auto- mafic Surface Cooking, A Complete Control Panel for All Types of Desired Cooking, Baking, Broiling, and is Economical in Both Operation and in Comparative price. You are under no obligation by just stopping in to see it, but bring your sales resistance with you ... we don'r sell them, they sell themselves. In case you do weaken, we also TRADE RIGHT ! McFAU Plumbing - Heating - Wiring Kelvinaror Appliances In Friendly Fenton Mortenson Reunion The Mortensen family reunion was held in Fenton, Sunday. Aug 26. Those attending were Mrs Kalherine Mortensen. and her daughter, Mrs Emil Pope. Moline. 111., Mr and Mrs Hussell Ceronsin. and family, Clinton. Mrs Darryl Householder and Danny, Omaha, VIrs Laura Mortensen. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Mortensen and fain ly, Granada, Minn. Mr Adolpli Hortensen and Ralph, and Mr mA VIrs Robert Mortensen and fanih, Swea City, .Mrs Allen Owens and hildren, Armstrong. Mrs Esther Neilsen, Ringsted. Carl .Mortensen. Algona, Janet Walker, Kanawha. Ronald Mortensen and Mr and Mrs Fred Mortensen and Kathv. St. Paul. i Rev. and Mrs Paul IJovt and .^" d ?i"^""'"", 71^ fami 'y rcce ""y Burned Lm a Published By the Upper DBS Maine* Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCKI News Editor and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family wore Thursday evening guests of the Franklin Muellers. The occasion was in honor of Franklin's birthday. Mr mid .Mrs Raymond Stoobcr were supper guests Wednesday vening of Mrs Bertha Drager. week camping and sightseeing) near Duluth and along the North Shore drive around Lake Superior Mr and Mrs Eldon Duncan attended some baseball games in Minneapolis over the weekend of j Aug. 26. Mr and SenecansMake Trip East Via Camp Route Seneca — Mr and Mrs Willard . - - Mrs Herbert --_„-... Adams, Algona, took care of their Fairmont. They went there to grandchildren in their parents ab- -isit some friends from San Diego, oencc. Mr and Mrs Ivan Jones and their Aliss Belli Newel returned to her! " l ""-« — mr ana ivirs Willard on, Cadet Charles Roberts. They teaching position in Wayzata Thom P son and family took a vaca- vrrc all evening visitors at the Minn. Tuesday where she has the trip to Washington, D. C. They wine of the Charles Hubers in fourth grade. visited points of interest along the Fairmont. Airs T. C. Trcnary. Mrs Harold Way> Enroute home they stopped Ronald Mortonspn left Sunday Becker, Burt, Mrs Emil Person a Cam P us . I] '-. and they attend- o resume his duties as supervisor Lone Hock, and Mrs Sylvia Craw- ed Cam P us Day. This is a day for f lir>'i*~l t'n^irlnHt,-. „ i T r-i . I f ( F ,-, . J W U V ' - ---' - ... « f head residents diversity, Ames. at Iowa State ford of Camas, Wash, called Fri- n rouni °n of all former residents He is a senior I clay evening, Aug. 24"inThtTFIovd I ? f lliat city ' Mrs Thompson, the engineering. His Duncan, Eldon Duncan and Ken- former Marilyn Foley, was born i ...ill ~i— I nniu i**...... i .. _ I fhprp Tho r Pl-ir»tvif»^«« f nM :i.. „_ i Mrs Ole Pedersen. Mr Johnso made his home with the Pedersen many years ago. Margaret Nielsen, who has spen the summer in Mankato, spent th weekend at the home of her par cnts, the Carl Nielsens, bcfor leaving for Pocahontas where sh will teach 4th grade in the jlemen i tary school. . Mrs Chris Dahl is recuperating from surgery whioh she submittec t( recently at Estherviile. Mr and Mrs Ervin Votteler are | parents of the;" third daughter, Lori Lee, born Sunday, Aug. 19 al Estherviile. She weighed 8 pounds and 3 ounces at birth. Little Lor has a sister Retinee and a seven n electrical uinger brother "Bryan 'will also I nelh Krause homes. Mrs Craw Hiunue at ISU in electrical engi- ford is a niece of Mrs Duncan -mug beginning Sept. 5. He ha? Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley re ITU working this summer a^ cently returned from a vacation qiuire D in Cedar Rapids. ' .Manin Mortensen antl son Jerrj East Moline, 111. and Mrs J. E. iloney and Mary Elizabeth. Rocl; and. III., were weekend guests j and fam'ily, the Otah "smiths' In Mr and Mrs Fred Mortensen. | Rockwell, 111. they visited the for- ......i v i (.milieu iiuin a vacation | In Indianapolis they visited Straley's sister, in Portland, 111. theyi ct - . v —- — -—' visited relatives and in Danville teve ' sta y ed w| th his grandpar- 111. They visited Straley's nephew' I u?_ ts :. th _ e .. RaIph T . hom P sons ' during there. The Thompson family enjoys camping out, so on their vacation trips they do their own cooking and camp along the way. They were expected home Monday. Their little 22 month old son, I his parents vacation. — "~""v.ii. .,~.., *... mvj. VI011CU U1U [Or- if j „ . Overnight guests of Mr and Mr;; mer Fenton residents Mr and Mrs and Mrs Calvln Vaudt drove , ,..,:„ ™ ..._ „„ ..!„„„ . '""'to Wayerly, Iowa, Sunday wherr Mr and Mrs Stun Rrrklnml ami Tania, Marilyn Alt and Gene Lockwood, Lone Kock. were Sunday. Aug. 26 dinner guests of Mr aiKi Mrs Ernest Berkland. Mr and Airs Kk-haru Bell and irtin Ohm on Aug. 23 were Mrs | B. E. Burwash. .awrence Ruhnke and children Her, So. D ik. They also visited h tl.e Er"in Krauses. Mr and Mrs Alan Heliand Bos-1 they visited at the Dixon Zander,' ton, Mass., visited last week in the I ancl b , rou 8hf their daughter, Can WE DO CUSTOM DRESSING of CHICKENS Floyd Duncan Phone 55 — Fenton (35-36*) •,er.r old sister, Denise. Mr and Mi 3 Ernest Votteler, Fenton, are the paternal grandparents. 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 21006 20216 The Drpew Lutheran Laf-ies Aid I is a senior at Boston University met Thursday afternoon, Aug. 30 Sf¥hllnl nf fhnninm, m— ir.i,— -v.., i-iutjki. , V JOilCU ICtOL VVUcK 111 tllC Ij ~O' •«•*'• | ^^uai parental E. A. Helland home. Alan I ace nomc , vv . it . h them - Sh e sr.ent IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT , . . The topic on Pensions was led by Mrs Ardrn Twaiten and Mrs TV-]. Mitchell led the Bible stu ly. for. The hostesses were Mrs George Joix'enson and Mrs Paul Zumach .Mr and Mrs Russell C.cronsin and family, Clinton left Friday accompanied by Mr ancl Mrs Chrif Gcronsin, who will go as far school of theology. Diane Hellanc also visited last week with he parents. She has been w jrking this summ v in the Simpso i college li be a sophomore as 'amily, Waterloo, and Mr and .Mrs j Manson, la. where they will visit "-'•-- ' -..-.. 'friends The Russel i Geronsins visited last week with the Fred Mortensens and other relatives and the Chris Geronsins had been visiting the Roy Petersens and others. .Mrs Emina Warner. Wisconsin. Mrs Lena Warner and Mr and Mrs Hiirolcl Warner, Ledyard, recently called on Mr and Mrs Sam Warner and Mr and Mrs Martin Ohm. _. „..« .. it j v_,it«i M utticj Airs .Jessie JVpwpI tind Beth N'o- all had a picnic in the Fenton park i w ' p l attended the wedding of Carol c "" rl "" A "" "-• Talum, daughter of former Fen- took her son ton school superintendent and Mr=Ricky to University Hospitals in v - J- Talum, Greene, in Cedar Dan Cherwin and son, Old Bridge, \ew Jersey, were Sunday. Aug. 2b veekend guest of Mrs \ettie Miler. Mrs Cherwin, a niece of Mrs liller is the former Joan Kuecker. The C'herwins, Bells, and Mrs Miller and Mr and Mrs Ervin Seeley and famils. Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Henry Zinnei and family, Rodman, Mr and Mrs Frank " Seeley and family and Mrs Clara Seele> Sunday, Aug. 26. Mrs Donald Shaw Iowa City recently, where he re- , at the Evangelical United ceived a regular checkup and Brethren church Sunday, Aug. 26 underwent oral surgery. Caro and John Shaw stayed with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs C. E. Shaw of Des Moines during that time. Mr and Mrs Melvin Berkland. Marlin and Karen vacationed recently at the North Shore Drive. Duluth, and at the Wisconsin Dells. They als'j wore overnight guc'.-,!. at the Robert Berkland home in She became the bride of Lynn QJass Cedar.. Rapids. They wM both be seniors' this tall at the State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls Miss .Vewe was Mrs Glass' maid of honor. Uilfred Stoebcr and Wayne. Raymond Sioeber and Ervin Krau:ie brary and will here this fall. Mrs Darryl Householder and Danny, Omaha, returned home Monday after visiting a week in the parental Fred Mortensen and Glenn Householder, Lone Rock homes. Mr and Mrs John Eigler and Kelly, Akron, Ohio, visited Aug 23 to 28 with Mrs Blanche Huskamp and Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod. Friday evening, Aug 24. guests of the Weisbrods and Mrs Huskamp were the Eiglers, Mr & Mrs Paul Eigler and Judy, Mr and Mrs George Murphy and children and Mrs Retta Eigler. Mr and .Mrs W. II. Elmers visited at ihe Richard Glasnapp home Sunday. Aug. 20, in Yetter. Molvin UarntT. Chicago, visited over the August 2 weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Sam Warner and Mr and Mrs Martin Ohm. ; Wednesday evening picnic supper guests of Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener were Mr and Mrj Charles Feye and family and Mr n«,J \ t «•_!• ... * . . the .veek visiting at the hon-.e of Mr and Mrs Dixon Zander. Mr; Zander is the forrne>- P-rbar Hannifan. Mrs Dixon Zander, niv- Barbara Hannifan, was honored at a "Cof fee" at the home of her aunt, Mrs Calvin Vaudt, last Monday after noon. Guests included Mrs Char les Newell, Mrs Esther Frank, Mrs E. K. Johnson, Mrs Marlin Wegener, Mrs Charles Feye and Mrs Clarence Wegener. Mr and Mrs Virgil Gardner and sons of Superior visited with the Ray Gardners and the Charles Beavers Sunday. The Blakjer Lutheran church will resume the 9 o'clock hour worship service on Sunday, Sept. Mrs Chris Dahl, Cancer chairman for Seneca township, reports that the drive netted $84.50. Mr and Mrs Berger Johnson and family of Port Huron, Mich., visited Saturday at the home of Mr and and Mrs family. •Mr and Marlin Wegener and i -•-- Mrs Ilarlan GaarJ, an Our Own Hardware Frost, Minn, visited Sunday Aua ^minar fin Onnl^or- M;: 1£ ;„ iu~ «ii_ . J '. =• CITY BEAUTY SHOP ARMSTRONG Specials on permanents and all services. Open everyday 8 a.m. — 5:00 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday evenings by appointment Phone Union 4-3683. Mrs Ras Theesfield •.=; ,, Quaker Oil on Tuesday Dealer., seminar on burners at Clarion -'vcnmg. Sunday. Au^. ••<;. guests of Mr ami Mr.-, Jnhn Gramenz were M jn;l M;, Holland Wa'son an,] far • '!>'. 'Uonlui. Mr and Mrs IL.n.l ; Uraau-nz and Mr and Mrs K;,< fietz and family, Sp:r,t Lak" FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton I WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE J25 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publicallon Print, cd inal Takes An Interest In Foulonl LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa 26 in the Albert Mitchell home The Gaards and Mitchells were .'.upper guests that evening of Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood. 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