The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 2, 1962 · Page 12
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OCTOBER 2, 1962 Dr. Ruske Of Fenfon Named Dental Prexy Fenton — Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske attended the Tri-State Dental Study Club meeting in Minneapolis Sept. 19, 20 and 21. Dr. Ruske was elected president after serving as vice president last year of the Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota club. Upon returning home the 23rd they were pleasantly surprised when some friends dropped in to help them celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary. The self-invited guests, Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler, Mr and Mrs George Murphy, Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoeber and Mr and Mrs Harold Wehrspann, brought and served the lunch and presented the honorees with a gift. Pet Show Fenton third grade students had a pet show to which their mothers were invited Thursday afternoon The children, whose teacher is Mrs Rupert Caballero, had been studying the care and feeding of pets in their science classes so at the show each child showed and described the care of his pet. Some of the pets shown were goldfish, guppies, turtles, snails, clogs, kittens, guinea pigs, rabbits, parakeets, a chicken and a salamander. New Hydrants By order of the town council three new fire hydrants were installed in the residential section of town last week. Town Marshal Albert Schwarzenbach said, "The hydrants were quite old and wouk' freeze in the winter so were of no fire protection value." Mrs Esther Hintz. Mr and Mrs Victor Struecker and Mr and Mrs Eugene Vaudt and Kent, attended the funeral of Gayle Keeley in Minneapolis Sept. 24. Mr Keeley IT'S TIME! ZEREX—PRESTONE WARREN—DOUGLAS ANTI—FREEZE Does Not Boil Away - One Fill All Winter Non-Corrosive - Rust Inhibited IN ONE GALLON LOTS $1.69 GAU0M Cash & Carry — No Limit to Purchase KRAUSE "66" SALES had been seriously ill the pas seven months. Mrs Kdith Hnyrngn and Mr Floyd Duncan accompanied Mr Nina Krncht and Linda, Lone Rock, to an 82nd birthday party Sunday. Sept. 2;i. for Mrs Kalh eryn Doege in Algona. Mrs Doege is a sister of Mrs Hayenga anr the mother of Mrs Kracht. Carolyn Sue. two week old daughter of Mr and Mrs William Bru- Fin, was baptized Sunday, Sept. 2.". at St. Luke's Lutheran church. Fdirvillc. The baby's sponsors were an aunt. Mrs Everett Broes- dcr. Algona. and an uncle. Pnu' Dietrich. Cylinder. Dinner guest? of the Bruhns in honor of the occasion were Mr and Mrs Everet Broescler and family, Mr and Mra Paul Dietrich and family, Mr and Mrs Ervin Brulm and Mr and Mrs Karl Klein and daughter, Sheldon The Depew Lutheran Church Women's meeting was held Thursday. Mrs Earl Osborn and Mr? Lester Larson were hostesses. The topic was presented by Mrs Art Cody. Instead of a Bible study a film was shown on world relief. Mrs Stan Berklaml was honored at a surprise birthday party Friday afternoon. The self-invited guests who brought the lunch and a gift were Mrs Harold Lampe. Mike and Phil, Burt, Mrs Robert Speth, Brenda and Tim, Emmets burg. Mrs Edward Farrell, Bobby and Vickie and Mrs Albert Wibben, Algona, Mrs Mervin Jentz. Joel, Jeff and Colleen and Mrs Fred Grienert, Christie and Randy. Mr and Mrs John Gramenz visited over the weekend of Sept. 23 with Mrs Gramenz' brother, Mr and Mrs Fred Kerstein and with her sister, Mr and Mrs Fred Anderson in Clinton, Minn. Mr Kcr stein is quite ill with cancer. Published By The Upper Des Moinet Publishing Co,, Algona, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCK! News Editor Sentral Teachers Feted At Reception Sept. 25 Kenfon — More than 150 person attended the reception for teach ers Tuesday evening at the Sen tral gymnasium. A coffee hou followed in the lunch room after program announced by Mrs Anc rew Stefanski, vice president o the Sentral Band Mothers, wh sponsored the event. The program included an in vocation by Rev. Paul Hoyt, Fen on Methodist minister, a clarine rio, Jackie Jones, Katheryn and Wary Ellen Ditsworth, accompan ed by Mrs Clayton Ditsworth, f reading by Mrs Eugene Wegener vocal solos by Mrs William Marlow, accompanied by Mrs Wilfred Radig and a musical saw selection by Mrs Ted Jensen, accompanied by Mrs Clarence Osborn. Rev. benjamin Meyer, pastor of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church pronounced the benediction. FENTON, IOWA (38-40) Save on Dust-Stop FURNACE FILTERS *ONE INCH THICK CUxJO" ...fit CUxJS" ... f>t D 14x20" ... 59C Q JO x 20" ....yif OJOxJS" ... tit fiiploci dull and dirt clogjtd f,!.,,, r , w ( or •HOME WINTERIZERS 17FI. FEIT WEATHERSTRIP .... 17, CAUIKING COMPOUND J9 e -| CAULKING GUN. R.g. 1.29 .... 67c "j AIR DOOR CHECK, No. Oil, . $1.49 : 3 FT. DOOR BOTTOM STRIP 59, '• '• 18-FT. WEATHERSTRIP TAPE 89t '• PLASTIC STORM WINDOWS 1 for 27, ' ' CHECK-DTP Your Needi NOW . . . Not All Fires As Convenient As This One! Fonton — Most firemen chase ires. Not so for Richard Stucki, a member of the Fenton fire department. At least Stucki didn'l have to chase a fire Tuesday night of last week. It came to him. Mr and Mrs George Pertl, Ringsted, and their three-year-old daughter Jennie were leaving Fenton about 10 o'clock. As they passed the Richard Stucki residence on Highway 44 their cai was trailing fire. Stucki was just putting his c.ii in tne garage at his home. When the Perils saw fire under the hone' uf their car they stopped near the Fenton grade school and got ou; Stucki sped to the fire station for an extinguisher. Two puff of tho extinguisher and the fin was out. The fire burned the wiring or the our. The Perils returned tr Ringsted in a car belonging tf Peril's brother Walt of Fenton. Wed 50 Years Mr and Mrs H. H. Struecker of Fairmont, Minn, observed their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday Sept. 23. A family dinner was given at a local restaurant and later, friends and relatives joined in a celebration at their home. The Struecker children were all present, including Dorothy Ward and Viola Randall from their homes in, California. Mrs Lou Reinen poured and Mrs John Struecker anc Mrs Victor Struecker cut the wedding cake. he's sister. The Rosenes and Prie bes were Thursday evening sup per guests of Mr and Mrs Lloyi Berkland. Rev. and Mrs A. C. Krueger o Sebring, Florida, former Fairvillf Lutheran church minister, recent ly visited area friends. They were houseguests of Mr and Mrs Elmer Gricnert. The Fenton Women's Club visit ed Friday with one of their form er members, Mrs Harvey Walker in Kanawha. The ladies took along a pot luck dinner to enjoy witli Mrs Walker. Hardware Honors On Tuesday evening, Walter Weltzin of Depew was honored as a 50-year member of the north west area dinner and meeting ol the Iowa Retail Hardware Asso ciation at the Depew Lutheran church. The Depew LCW servec about 100 hardware personell. Pml Jacobson, I.K.H.A. secretary from Des Moines, conductec the meeting and described hard ware stores he had visited on a recent trip to Scandinavian coun tries. F'rank Miles, world traveler lecturer and writer, who makes his home in Des Moines, was the featured speaker. He spoke of his travels. Attending the meeting frorr Fenton were Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne, Mrs Raymond Stoeber and Mr and Mrt Kicnard Stucki. D Comfortable, lightweight INSULATED UNDERWEAR 2 pi.ct lui, - joiktl end B0 , Allowi fr««dom of mo**mtn I good - (no Krolthing | I, cgllar kttp out cgld a<(. QUIU.LINED CAP D STOEBER HARDWARE In Friendly Fenton Where In Heck Did That Water Main Go 1 l-'i-iuiin — Thursday was ar eventful day in Fenton. Repair- necessary lo water mains resulted in a call to various homes anc' business places to inform their. tint water would be shut off for ct rUnn period;! of time. Amonn thn-,e called vva.s Dr. F. W Ruske. Fenton denti-,t, who re (jiore.-, walir in hr, dental work Hi- canceled hi.s appointment!) fo; the d^y. , The only drawback was that when town employees went lo turn off the watir. they could not lo ca'.e the valve that turned off the ' water in the business area, and si | Doc had plenty of water all day but no patients Like most iown.s and some- cities, the installation of water mains and sewers over the veur.-, leaves a lot of problems. Fenton authorities are working >m a piogram to map all of the presently existing mams and tiles for future reference. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Ilalvcrson attended a postmaster's meeting at Spirit Lake Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs llciko Bosnia, Euf fab Center, visited Sunday will Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller. Mr and Mrs Frank Seeley antl family, accompanied by Mrs Clara Seeley and Mrs Nettie Miller were Sept. 23 guests of Mr and Mrs Ervin Seeley in Spirit Lake. flail llanti'lniiin had an emergency appendicitis operation Sept. 15 at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Mr and Mrs Hoolf Miller visited Wednesday evening with the Mel vin Hicklefs at Titonka. Beth Newel and her frk'nd liar bara Bonn flew from Minneapolis to Kearney, Neb. to get Mis.- Bohn's car. The young womer were in an accident this summer and the car was being repaired They drove to Fenton to visi> Mi.ss .Newel's mother, Mrs Jessie Newel over the weekend of Sept j Mr and Mrs Laurence Koscnc I Minneapolis, visited several day- last week with Mr and Mrs E I'riebe. Mrs Rosene is Mrs Prie- Former Seneca Woman Passes At Waterloo Seneca — A former Seneca resi- ent. Mrs Rose Arend, died a' Waterloo. She was a sister of Mr? oe Crowley, Sr. The funeral was eld at Sacred Heart church ir Vaterloo with burial in St. John's emetery, Bancroft. Those attending the funera' from this area were Mr and Mrs- Joe Crowley, Sr., Mr and Mrs Ler Crowley, Mr and Mrs Robert Binzen, John Klein and Mrs Margaret Lynch. Mrs Arend was 81 years old She was born on the John Kleir farm and lived where the Clarence Menzes now live after her marriage to Henry Arend. She moved to Waterloo in 1919 with her five children after the death of her husband. The five children, 10 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren survive. Sencet Stars Met The Seneca Stars 4-H club met at the home of Jill and Becky Jensen Monday evening after school. The principal matter of business was the election of new officer? Bonnie Crouch was elected president; Jill Jensen, vice-president Linda Kracht, secretary; Jollee-- Mueller, treasurer; Kathy Ber gum, historian; and Ann Fortncy reporter. The vice president wil' also serve as photographer. Talks were given by Roxannr Stefanski and Francine Stefanski Joleen Mueller and Francine Stef anski gave demonstrations. With their daughter and son-in law, the Bill Helgens, Northfield Minn. Mrs Dorothy Ward and daugh ters of California have been recent visitors at the home of her sister, Mrs Lawrence Johannesen and with her brothers, John and Victor Struecker. Mrs Ward came for the golden wedding observance of her parents, the Hermar Strueckers, Fairmont, which was observed Sept. 23. Mr and Mrs Morgan Tennyson and Miles, Truman, Minn., were Sunday guests at the parental Lester Osborns. Former Seneca residents, now of Spencer, Mass., visited recently at the Cecil Baldwin home. They were Mrs Dennis Brieten- 'eld, the former Marcia Harts- lorn, and her sister, Jeannie. Thp Brietenfelds visited his parentr at Elmore, Minn., who were observing their silver wedding anniversary. Recent visitors at the Ceci' Baldwin home were Chief and /Irs J. H. Hanson and children of Santa Ana, Cal. Chief Hanson ir a navy recruiter. Mrs Carl Gochenour, accompan- ed by a niece, both of Crosley N. D., spent Friday night at the ilfred Petersen home and Satur ay accompanied them to Armtrong where they attended fu eral rites for Clem Dotson. Mr Jotson, a former Senecan, died uesday at Estherville following a heart attack. Mrs Cecil Baldwin entertained the Jolly Jokers Club at her home CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to all my relativer friends and Fenton Ladies Aid for all the cards and gifts I received while I was in the hospital. Thanks to Rev. Frederick, nurses and doctors. It will never be forgotten. Mrs Ervin Klatt. Thursday afternoon. Playing for absent members were Mrs Florence Lynch and Mrs Oma Bailey Members present included Mrs Clarence Menz, Mrs Lyle Eng land, Mrs Melvin Madsen, Mr* Chlora Godfredson, Mrs Edith England and Mrs Joe Crowley. OFFICE SUPPLIES—Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at tho Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. Algona. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my relatives and friends for their visits, gifts and cards while I was in the hospital. Gail Hantelman. 39' DANCE & STAY YOUNG BALLROOM DANCING CLASS to start at FENTON COMMUNITY CENTER SUNDAY, OCT. 7, 3 to 5 p.m. To Continue for 5 Weeks LEARN TO Swing, Cha Cha, Foxtrot & Waltz INSTRUCTORS BONNIE & BUNNY SUNDERMAN Members of International Society of Dance Masters For More Information Call Mrs. Richard Stuck!, Fenton, Phone 173 or Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade, Fenton, Phons 95 E 38-39 IT'S FUN TO LEARN TO DANCE BIG FIELDSI BIG YIELDSI AH IkTwAT Ym v it NEW N£2l J.HJL2L MOUNTED PICKER The Blakjer Lutheran church women met Thursday with Mr Melvin Bratrud and Mrs Gaylorc 1 Olsen as hostesses. Mrs Free" Johannesen had charge of devotions and Mrs Ted Jensen present ed Bible study. The cause of the month was given by Bertha Ol sen. Election of officers will br held at the October meeting. I)r. and Mrs Donald Baldwin and Mr and Mrs A N. Storm of Ues Moines were last weekend guests of the Cecil Baldwins. Hans Nielson, also of Des Moines, accompanied them. Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen en tertained at dinner Sunday. Guests included their daughters, Mr anr 1 Mrs Eugene Friesth of Ft. Dodgr and Mr and Mrs Clarence Chee ver and Susan of Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberr spent the weekend visiting th"^ sons, the Marvin and Lloyd Wil- bergs at Minneapolis, and Donal< at St. Paul. Enroute they visited Hill-hum llalvrrson .Minneapolis, and Merle Halverson, (ireen Isle, visited over the weekend in (he parental Kenneth Halversor home. | ThriT was no school at Ihe Srn i tral Community schools today Tuesday. Oct 2. as the teacher.-' i are attending a county institute in ' Algona. '. I hi- I -I h- iil-Kni bridge club met [ Wednesday evening at the home' of Mrs Amos Finneotad. Mr.- Webber Yager was a gue.st. Prize winners weie Mis Arlo Ranney hi.nh. Mr.i (jeorge Murphy, second high, and Mrs Lloyd Suude, low l-ugi'iir llusK.unp, J(;tv siocljci and Paul ilud.son left Sept. 24 for leu du>s fishing at Erie Falls Canada. The men will lodge al Li ic I-ulL aiid U> FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bu». Phone 3 Re». Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE Per Building . Remodeling PHONE 125 pr 17 Dr. E, W, Ruske DENTIST Offico Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER The Only Publication Printed That Takw An Intemt )u LLOYD M. 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FALL FERTILIZER APPLICATION IS THE MOST EFFECTIVE, ECONOMICAL WAY WHY? 1. Soil is in good shape to support heavy equipment. Any soil packing will be broken by winter freezing. 1. All grades of fertilizer are available in the fall. 3. No need to get behind in the spring work; apply all your fertilizer this fall. 4. Tests show that fertilizer applied in the fall usually gives better yields the following year, than the same amount and grade applied in the spring. 5. Fall application of your fertilizer helps rot down your stalks, stubble and green manure, and is in moist soil for your crops to use next spring. 6. Top dress your meadows this fall to reduce winter kill and add yields per acre in 1963. 7. On our heavy soils nitrogen may be applied this fall with little or uo danger of leaching. 8. Our fertilizer prices are lower in the fall, so take advantage of the lower costs and apply this fall. 9. Our new modern dry blending fertilizer plant can supply you with any amount of the various plant foods your soil may need. Stop in and look over our plant. 10. We have 3 tractor-drawn and I truck fertilizer spreader for your use this fall. 11. We would like you to stop in and let us work out your fertilizer program with you now belorp you get into the season. This can turn put to be your most profitable time spent during the coming year. , 12. Pon't get caught with a wet late spring with no time to get your fertilizer applied. If this happens to you it means hundreds of dollars losses on your 1963 crop. ' « \ OUR NEW MIXING PLANT IS AT YOUR SERVICE FENTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR Fenton, Iowa (38-40)

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