The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1965 · Page 8
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FEBRUARY 18,1965 ifenfon fUiwrrf tv «!•• VAPOIIHR WASTI DIIVING (HOVIS r 77< • AKINU r«r.» - . — .. 1 f» / . } Er 88<V^V •«' O V«C •ATTIIItS SNOW i~» 1HOVII 19< qw Stoeber Hardware OUR OWN HARDWARE FAMILY SERVICE STORE »-A10o«a (le.) Upp.r D.t Moln«, Thonday, Feb. t8, 1965 Band Mothers Putting In A Busy Season SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fcnron, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Fcnlon, Iowa Dr. E. W. Rusk* DENTIST Office Phone 79 Reiidence 25 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sales A Service Phone 13 or 136 LLOYD M. BERKLAND * Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa FENTON - The Sentral Band Mothers are serving food at tournament games to l>e held in the Sentral Community School gym, Fenton, this month. The games will be on February 13 and 16, during the Girls Sectional Tournament. Profits will go into the band fund. The Band Mothers also will prepare the Junior-Senior Banquet again this year. The banquet will be held on April 23, but no definite plans were made. Mrs. Jess Blanchard, secretary of the group, reported that the last bake sale of the season, held on January 29, brought in profits of $38.75. The series of four bake sales the group held during home football and basketball games netted a total of $165.15. During the evening, about 20 of the grade school and junior high band students who will be competing in the Grade School Band Festival in Mason City presented their selections before the Band Mothers. The students were directed by Warren Jones and LeRoy Bras, Sentral high school and junior high band directors. -o- WOMEN'S CLUB The February meeting of the Fenton Women's Club was held Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Arlo Ranney, with Mrs. Olaf Norland as co-hostess. The meeting was opened by repeating the Freedom Pledge and the Pledge of Allegiance. Fifteen members answered the roll call by telling of their favorite Valentine gift. Mrs. Paul Eigler and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz were in charge of the program. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago showed slides of their trip west by way of Canada. -o- CLUBS, CIRCLES MEET The Friendly Neighbors met at the home of Mrs. Rueben Luedtke on Thursday with Mrs. Hans Baago as assistant hostess. Members voted to give $5 to the Heart Fund. A lesson on good nutrition was given by Mrs. Jim Langerman and Mrs. Arlo Ranney. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz was a guest. The North Circle of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Gerald Cody. Devotions ^were led by Mrs. Milford Mitchell, and Mrs. Melvin Berkland gave the Bible study. Guests were Mrs. George Jorgenson, Sr., and Mrs. George Jorgenson, Jr. FARMERS! ATTENTION THE FENTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR CO. OF FENTON, IOWA WILL HOLD A FARMER INFORMATION MEETING AT THE FENTON COMMUNITY CENTER FRIDAY, FEB. 19 — 1:30 p. m. Sharp The Meeting Will Be Condutced By Mr. James Telecky, Agronomist For The Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Company. This will be only an information meeting on the changes taking place in the use of new chemicals used in the production of corn, new bugs and weed control to get the best returns for the farmers principal crop of corn or beans. Mr. Telecky Comes To Us Well Recommended In These Fields. You Owe It To Yourself To Spend This Hour With Him Even If You Do Not Plan On Using These Products This Year. Co-Op Elevatoi Ftnton, Iowa Mrs. Jessie Newel was hostess to the Virginia Circle of the Fenton Methodist church Tuesday afternoon. Co-hostess was Mrs. Earl Crouch, and devotions were led by Mrs. Wendell Rusch. Mrs. Frank McFall led the prayer study, and Mrs. Russell Eldridge was in charge of the program. The Dorothea Circle of the Fenton Methodist church met at Mrs. Clifford Douglas' home on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Lovejoy was co-hostess. The program was presented by Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, with Mrs. Art Voigt giving the worship. There were 13 members present. Mrs. Clarence Osborn was hostess to the Marlys Circle of the Fenton Methodist church on Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. Eugene Huskamp as co- hostess. The worship was led by Mrs. E. J. Frank, and Mrs. Derwood Voigt was in charge of the program. -o- Three tables of 500 were played Sunday night at Adolph Pertl's home. Guests who surprised him for his birthday were Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gowans, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortenson, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Pertl of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. James Gowans of Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pertl. Mary Lou Larson is a houseguest for a few days with the Dale Weisbrods, while her parents are out of town. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kohlwes in Austin, Minnesota. Mrs. Jessie Newel entertained the Thursday Afternoon Bridge Club last week. Guests were Mrs. Paul Eigler and Mrs. Lloyd Sundej* and«priaes went to th$ng and to-Mro* Fred Jentz. 1# $ Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and Edith Laage visited with Mr. and Mrs. Karl Schwartz, Rockwell City, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halve r son visited Sunday evening with Mrs. Peter Thorson, Ringsted. Sunday evening visitors at the Clifford Douglas home in honor •of Verlea's seventh birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood became parents of ^ baby boy, Monday, Feb. 8, at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. The baby weighed 7 Ibs., 7 oz. and has been named Landon James. Some of the Sentral teachers surprised Jim Woltz on his birthday with a card party. Those from Fenton who went to the Woltz home in Burt, Wednesday evening, were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fain, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wolff, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren, Mrs. Leone Halvorson, Richard Pannell and Donald Rawland. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren and family had supper Sunday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lorm Bjorkland, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman, Mary and Becky, visited Mrs. Hantelman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Schmidtke of Morristown, Minn., last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John Struecker and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn were guests of the William Hantelman's Wednesday night for a birthday supper in Mary Hantelman's honor. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cody and Mrs. Duella Cody visited THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmtrs and Funeral Directors Reliable 34 Heyr Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidtnce Phone* FfNTQN 33 RINGSTiO 31001 21004 30216 Sunday night at the Howard Finnestad's. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber left Sunday for Mesa, Arizona, to visit with the W. E. Stoebers and the Earl Richards. Mrs. Richards is Mrs. Stoeber's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stuck!, Spencer. Judy Jolley spent the week with her parents, Dr, and Mrs. W. W. Jolley. She returned to Des Moines, Friday. Visitors at the William Elmers home Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Elmers, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hansen, Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers and family. William Ohm Rites Monday At Fenton FENTON - Services were held Monday (Feb. 15) at St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton, for Otto William Ohm, who died Friday at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, at the age of 83. Ohm was born July 14, 1881, at Fenton, and lived in the area all his life. He married Anna Zumach at Letts Creek on May 26, 1905. They farmed for many years before moving to a house in Fenton. While living in town, Ohm was employed for about nine years by McFall's Plumbing and Heating Supply Store. About a year ago, Mr. and Mrs. Ohm both entered Holy Family hospital, where Mr. Ohm could receive nursing care. Mrs. Ohm survives. Other survivors are two daughters, Mrs. W. H. Meyer, Algona, Mrs. William Buss, Lone Rock; one son, Martin, Fenton; two brothers, Walter of California, Ed of Lone Rock; and four sisters, Mrs. John Schallin and r Mrs- REnmuu Dreyer, Fenton, ' Mrs.1 Clara iPompe, Algona, and Mrs.' Frank Schumaker, Whit- •temore. There are also eleven grandchildren and 23 great- grandchildren. Rev. Rex Spicer officiated at the services, and burial was in the Fenton Lutheran Cemetery. Parents' Night, Fenton 4-H, Has Crowd Of 53 The Fenton Progressors Boys 4-H Club held their Parents' Night at the Lone Rock Legion Hall Monday, February 8. MR. FARMER, MINIMUM TILLAGE NOW! If you have u i Row JD or UK late model planter, here is .1 Minimum Tillage Harrow to mount on it. Only adds 28" in length. Reduce planting time and cost; conserve moisture; kills weeds; get fast >:emi. and bi# yields. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON, IOWA Fifty-three members, parents, children and leaders enjoyed a pot luck supper at the start of the evening. The guests then sat in on the business meeting. Lee Dreyer was chosen as the club's candidate for "4-H Fun Night", to be held soon at Bancroft. Demonstrations were given by Gary Laabs on "Swine Management" and by Dennis Uthof on "Rat and Mice Control". At the close of the meeting Dr. Jerry Waite, Fenton veterinarian, gave an educational talk on "Managing Your 4-H Project". Parents present were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hartman, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Laabs, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ostwald, Mr. and Mrs. John Ruger, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Uthof. F«nton Forward* The Fenton Forwards met Monday, the 13th, with Barbara Baxter at 7:30 p.m. Plans for Rita Luedtke gave an illustrated talk on "Just right in balance". The visiting mother was Mrs! Bierstedt. Baxter at 7:30 p.m. Plans for The ^ g> chemlcfd Ind(lst a pancake supper were discussed. has 880,000 employees. Polio Booster The first of a series of oral polio vaccine boosters was administered Monday at Fenton grade school. Children in the Sentral school district received the vaccine at a nominal charge of 25?, with written permission from their parents. GRASS SEED Car load of Grass Seed will be in this week. We would like you to place your order early so we can supply your needs of the early best quality seed. For those of you who will use chemicals this year on corn and beans, we need your order as soon as possible as supply is limited. Last year we could not fill late orders. 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( gas dryer slightly higher,) • Kelvinator w^epai or wienie** drive mechanism part, except electrical, for five yew*, »nd P ther defective part f« one yew. Ufcsr fcwts *' Me Foil PLUMMNC - HEATING - AmiMKI Fenton, Iowa

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