The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 18, 1962 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 18, 1962
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SEPTEMBER, 18, 1962 4-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, September 18, 196 Fenton Women's Club Has Novel Program On Travel Fenton — The Fenton Women's Club held its first meeting of the season Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Art Priebe with Mrs Wilfred Stoeber assisting hostess. Mrs Gerald Voigt spoke and showed slides of her European trip this summer. Trudy Huskamp assisted Mrs Voigt with the slides. Mrs Voigt wore and showed numerous souvenirs of her trip. She wore a Navy blue wool skirt from Denmark, shoes from Spain, a ring from Portugal, a ceramic pendant on a leather strap from Norway, and a Swiss watch with a Turkish evil-eye attached to it. The Turkish evil-eye is a blue bead with a white center and a blue dot in the center to represent an eye and kep evil doers away. She showed a Scotch necktie that when tied in each of four different ways showed a different plaid, and some heavy black leather shorts that her son bought and wore only in Europe. Eighteen members answered the roll call on a vacation highlight and tenative plans were made to have a picnic and visit a former member, Mrs H. A. Wal- ker in Kanawha before the end o: the month. Mr and Mrs Paul Eiglcr ant Judy were Sunday, Sept. 9 dinnei guests of Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohl wes in Humboldt. The Eiglers were enroute to Cedar Falls where Judy will begin her senior year in Speech therapy at SCI. She also works part time in the Alumni office. Mr and Mrs Reno Ruslie and Dennis, Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Truman Thompsen, Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Carl Priebe and Mr and Mrs Ed Priebe were Sunday, Sept 9 dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland. The occasion was Mrs 1 Serkland's birthday. Sunday to Wednesday guests of Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell last week were Mr and Mrs Will Tut- tie, Marshalltown, Mrs Kate Everhart and Jenning Heng, Berkley Calif. Mrs Tuttle, Mrs Everhart and Heng are ali cousins of Mr Mitchell. On Sunday, Sept. 9, th above and Mr and Mrs Cheste Skaar and Harold, Pringar, Theo dore and Duane Meling and M SUPERPICKER BIG CAPACITY! NON-STOP PICKING! Here's the all-new pull type picker with the world's biggest appetite for corn. Also, new (or VJ — a mounted cage-type shelter. Switch from husking bed to shelter — right on your farm. Full year guarantee. Read AH About It In The Farm & Home Section WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON and Mrs Morris Mitchell were supper gucsls of the Mitchells. Tuesday, Mrs Albert Mitchell, Mrs Morris Mitchell, the Tuttles, Mrs Everhart and Heng visited other relatives in Mountain Lake, Minn. Kenneth Prielip, son of Mr and Mrs Don Priebe. returned home Thursday after having an appendicitis operation Sunday at Estherville. Mr and Mrs William Urulin are parents of their first child, a girl born on Sunday, Sept. 0. Carolyn Sue weighed eight pounds and one. ounce. The grandparents are Mr and Mrs Leo Woods, Whittemore, and Mr and Mrs Ervin Bruhn. Cylinder. I'lip !St. John Lutheran Laymen's League met Tuesday evening in he church. William Hantelman presented the topic and Rev. W. -I. Friedrich led the devotions \lr and Mrs Marian Mueller and Mr and Mrs Frank Seeley wc;\ he hosts. Mr and Mrs Henry Bcrghoefer Hampton, were Sept. 8 to 11 guests of Mr and Mrs Will Eim- rs. George and Kenneth Birrstrdt. ons of Mr and Mrs Hilbert Bier- tedt, rural Whittemore, had 4-H xhibits at the Clay county fair. <enneth who graduated from Sen- ral last spring, had the grand champion 2 year old Holstein cow. George, a junior at Sentral, had the reserve champion dairy calf. Both boys are members of the Lotts Creek Leaders 4-H club and their leaders were Richard Kueck- 2 Fenton 4-H Clubs Elect New Officers Published By The Upper Des Molhes Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCK! News Editor WE SELL (and Erect If Desired) BEHLEN CORN CRIBS & GRAIN BINS WALSH & SPEEDY CORN CRIBS Don't Buy Until You Get Our Quotations WEISBROD IMPLEMENT In Friendly Fenton er, rural Algona and Ervin Ruhnke, rural Whiltemore. Although now Kuecker has resigned and Ruhnke is now the leader. Mr and Mrs Max Flaig. Bruce and Jeff are visiting the Jim Meyers in Fenton and in Algona and Lone Rock while enroute to Washington, D. C. from San Diego, Calif. Flaig is going to attend the Naval School of Music in the nations capitol. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller visited with their daughter and family, the Carl Veer Jrs. in Rochester Sunday, Sept. 9. Thursday eve ning they visited with another daughter and family, the Paul Winters, Buffalo Center. Mrs George Jentz was hostess o a pink and blue shower for Mrs Merwin Jentz on Thursday afternoon. Three tables of bridge were n play with Mrs Larry Alt winning high, Mrs Bill Weerts, Fairmont, 2nd high and Mrs Clarence ^heesfield, Fairmont, low. Other uests were Mrs Ronald Chris- hilles, Mrs George 0. Jorgenson, Irs Ray L'thof, Mrs Curtis Lura. Irs Harlan Mueller, Mrs Aiberl Schwartzenbach, Mrs Lloyd Kern. Mrs Richard Theesfield, "Mrs Art Mueller, Mrs Fred Jentz, Mrs Gerald Jentz and Mrs Walter Jentz, Fairmont. Rill Hoyt. son of Kev. and Mrs Paul Hoyt, went tu Iowa City, Sunday, to begin his freshman year at S.U.I. He will be staying at Quadrangle Hall. Mr and Mrs Wendell Itusch and Margo were Sunday, Sept. !), dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Frank McFall. Mr and Mrs John Carroll and Mr and Mrs Otis Upsal, Estherville, were Sunday, Sept. 9 dinner guests of Mrs Laum Steinbcrger. The Fenton Methodist W.S.C.S. will hold its annual rummage sale Sept. 22 at the Fenton Community Center. Lunch will be served and hours are 9 am to 7 p.m. Mr and Mrs II. d. l-'link, South Haven, Minn. viMted Wednesday i ,, and Thursday with Ur and Mrs | M a 'T s E. W. Ru-ske. Mrs Flink and Mrs Ruske are sisters. Mark I'retil. son of Mr and Mrs Herbert Preul, u.siied \u-ek with his grandparent.-), Mr and Mrs Fred Preul Mrs C'. t. C'allahiin \isited two days last week with Mr.-> Florence Behne. Mrs Mary C. llausen receded word last week that her daughter Mrs J. H i Ethel i Farrell of Pin ole, Calif, fell and broke her hip She is in Kaiser Foundation Hospital, Walnut Creek, Calif. Teuton — The Fenton Progress- ors 4-H club met September 10 at the home of Ricky Shaw. Seventeen members answered the rol! call, "Who will 'play in the World Series?" Dean Struecker and John Shaw were visitors. Election of officers was held with these results: president, Brian Borchardt; vice president, Dennis Newel; secretary - treasurer, Gary Berkland; and reporter, Dennis Uthof. The results of the club's exhibits at the Kossuth County fair were as follows beef; 2 purple ribbons, 5 blue ribbons, 1 red ribbon and 1 white ribbon, dairy: 1 purple ribbon, 5 blue ribbons, 3 red ribbons, sheep: 6 blue ribbons, 4 red ribbons, swine: 2 blue ribbons, 1 red ribbon, pidgeons, 1 blue rib' bon, 1 red ribbon and junior garden project: 1 blue ribbon. Darrel and Garry Berkland showed 2 baby beeves at the Clay County Fair. Darrel received i 5th placing and Gary a 9th plac ing. Darrel also received a show manship award. The record books were handed in. Lunch was served by Mrs Shaw. The September 10 meeting ol the Fenton Forwards 4-H club was held at the home of Jane Joan and Marlys Wichtendahl. Election of officers was held and elected were president, Bonnie Jentz, vice president, Jackie Laabs, secretary, Betty Wolter, treasurer, Joan Wichtendahl, historian, Diane Vaudt, reporter Joyce Berkland, librarian, Judy Wolter and photographer, Karen Seegebarth. Mary Hantelman was a visitor and visiting mothers were Mrs Ray Laabs and Mrs Louis Seegebarth. New membership was discussed at the meeting. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs R. C. Goclsch recently returned home from a four week visit with Alex and Edna Goetsch in Oak Park, 111., Mr and Mrs Herbert Goetsch in Watertown, VVis., and with Mrs Hudson Potter in Rockford, 111. Miss Carol Bollingcr, a recenl graduate of Personel Training Institute of Omaha, has accepted a position in the offices of Look Magazine, in Des Moines. friendly Neighbors club met Monday, Sept. 3, at the home of Mrs barrel Dreyer. Mrs Art Priebe was assisting hostess. Fifteen members and three guests answered roll call svhich was "The prettiest dress I've ever seen." A reading "The Left-handed Glove Collection" was given by Mrs Arlo Ranney. Mrs Bessie Hartman had charge of the entertainment. Guests were Mary Alice Rossiter, Mrs Emil Weisbrod and Mrs E H. Dreyer. Sunday, Sept. !), dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Ernest Mueller were Air c.nd Mrs Henry Berghocfer of Hampton. Mr i .id Mrs James Mott and Mr and Mrs George Mott Jr. all of Verdigre, Neb. were Tuesday supper guests at the nome of Mrs Mary C. Hansen. Also present wore Mrs Florence Saxton and .ton. James Mott is Mrs Haasen .s brother and George Mott is her nephew. Judy Berklunil, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland, returned fur her second year to the State College of Iowa last week. Airs Martin Huntelman's .listers Mr- I'Ulie Walker, Monterey Park, Calif, and Miss Erna Meier, LOL. Angeles, left Tuesday by bus from Armstrong after a week visit. Sat urday the ladies visited their bro ther and wife, Mr and Mrs Tec Meier near Whittemore. On Sun day, the Hantelmans, Mrs Walker and Miss Meier visited Mr am Mrs Chris Weber in Wells, Minn On Monday they attended the fu neral of a friend, Mrs A. J. Hansen in Emmetsburg. Last Sunday a family picnic was held in the Fenton park. Attending were Mrs Florence Saxton Mr and Mrs Elaine Saxton and family, Estherville, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Saxton and family, Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Harold Saxton and family, Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs James Butler and Janet Owatonna, Minn. Mr and Mrs l,eo P. Elbert and granddaughter, Beth Ann Drummard of Rockford. 111., Mr and Mrs Arnold Voigt and Mrs Voigt's sister and son all of Austin, Minn. Mrs Mary C. lansen and Marquis Saxton. Sentral junior high students elected their class officers last veek. The eighth grade president, Ervin Root; vice president, anell Newbrough; secretary - reasurer, Cheryl Weisbrod. The eventh grade, president, Jacque- yn Jones; vice president, Gene lartman; secretary - treasurer, Susan Blanchard. The Mantoux skin test for TB was given to Sen^ral students grades first, fifth, ninth and twelfth on Thursday, Sept. 13. The test was available to all school faculty, secretaries, custodian, bus drivers and food handlers. Sentral Superintendent D. G. Keoppel said, however the food handlers were not required to take the test as they must pass a physical examination before they can be hired. Mr and Mrs Don Cunningham. Winnetka, 111. and Roy Coiut!:n, East Chain, Minn, and Mr Cunningham's step-father were Labor day dinner guests in the Floyd Duncan home. Cunningham is a cousin of Mrs Duncan. In the afternoon the Duncans accompanied by their guests called on the Merwyn Cunninghams in Burt and were supper guests of the Harold Beckers east of Burta and also visited with rM and Mrs T. C. Trenary and Kenneth who were guests of the Beckers that day. Mr and Mrs Raymond Beatty. Tipton, Ind. recently visited ,n the Floyd Duncan home. Mr* Beatty is a sister of Duncan. W.Jle here hey accompanied the Duncans to Willmar, Minn, where they visited Mr and Mrs Earl Ressler. The three men were schoolmates at the Sharpsville, Ind. high school. Railway Express Drops Fenton And Ringsted The Iowa Commerce Commission Thursday authorized Railway Express Agency, Inc., to discontinue agency service at Alexander in Franklin County, Ringsted in Emmet County and Fenton in Kossuth County. Business at Alexander now wil 1 be handled at Belmond, that at Ringsted at Armstrong and that at Fenton at Burt. This is no earth-shaking decision as no great amount of express has been shippel in or out of Fenton since rail service virtually ceased. CAW) OF THANKS I want to thank all my friends and relatives for the gifts, flowers and visits during my illness the last two months. Mrs Mary C. Hansen 37* SECURITY W CONFIDENCE Your Bank Is Here To Serve Your bank is here to serve, This means not only the usual banking transactions — check* ing accounts, cashing checks, savings accounts ~ but some of the more personal matters. If you have problems which may need the services of a bank, we invite you to talk it over with us, All deposits Insured to $10,000 By Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. First Trust & FENTON OFFICE Fenton — Armstrong Savings Bank FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE PE.NTON, 'A. FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Ret. Phono 60 HANTgLMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building . Remodeling PHON6 125 9r 17 Dr, E. W, Ruske DENTIST Offiee Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER It The Only Publication Printed That Take* An Interest la Feiilonl LLOYD M, BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm loans And Auction Service Phone $33 Fenton, Iowa Fenton W.S.C.S. Host To 100 On Guest Day Fenton — The Fenton Methodist W.S.C.S. guest day was held Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors. One hundred ladies representing 14 churches attended. The churches were the Methodist churches in Algona, Armstrong, Cylinder and Good Hope, the Presbyterian churches in Algona and Lone Rock, the Lutheran churches in Fenton, Depew, Fairville, Lotts Creek and Ringsted. the paptist church in Bancroft and St. Michael's Catholic church in Whittemore. The Fenton president, Mrs Lyle Newel, led the mediration. Mrs Clayton Ditsworth was the pianist. Mrs Warren Jones, Sentral vocal instructor introduced a girls Jio Trudy Huskamp, Jackie L,aabs and Marilyn Johnson. Mrs Raymond Stoeber, vice president, introduced Trudy Huskamp who gave an interesting talk and showed slides of her trip with the Methodist Youth Fellowship group to Washington, D. C. and New York City. Lunch was served and Mrs Fred C. Pruel and Jt'.rs Paul Hoyt presided at the coffee service. Depew Circle Fenton — The Depew Circle m 't Thursday afternoon in the parish house. Mrs Martin Berkland was the hostesses. Mrs William De- tail led the Devotions a « •' Mrs William VjHner present- id the lesson. Guests >vere Mrs Lloyd Berkland. Mrs Gertie Berkland and Mrs Truman Thompse*!. IF IT'S NEV.'S. WE WANT IT 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 FELC016°,; 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 M H£U? 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