The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1965 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1965
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MARCH 11,1965 published By The Upper DM Moinet Publishing Co., Algena, Iowa JEAN PRIEBE Newt Editor 70 At Fenton Pfione Co. Meeting Dial Service Expected By Late Next Fall FFNTON -Sevf.n!;. ir.f ml^rs •( the Fentur. C >-"(••<- Tel- t-ph"i'i< Comp.»:i\ .ittt" "i if-i (lit aii;.- nifetiiu: Satin :.r. .ifti-ni• >• <:, at the K f nt"ii Ci •niniuiiiU O:U>-!. Hai.s KV-U.'' , retiriiit' p: csi i'-iiL, .'i''f-;ie : tlie m'-e!niu .*;ri N"iin.ui Lalf-irs rcrf'i (hi miiuites u( the last ineetin,.. Tlir mam speaker wasCharles Eisc!i"i'i, Spencer, the Independent CVmpany Relations Representative of the Hell Telephone Company. He discussed extended area service, which now exists !>etween Fenton and Cylinder, Rmgsted, and Lone Rock, and which enables Fenton patrons to make free calls to these towns. Mr. Eischeid also praised the job done by Hans Baago, who has served on tlie Iward of directors for many year. Elections were held (or two directors whose three-year 8-Algono do.) Upper Des Moinet Thur|doy( Morth ! |J 96 J Ballots to the meeting. .V.- i <-xi ;rf-'l. NnitrunLar- rt-c j lort«"i to the !>oarrl vr-(r..s F uinmnE over Ruben Mti'i A-h'i if-coivc-fi 19 votes. f- fir-Minn t'> replace Hans >>, HuU'ii Horklaii'i received tr-s and G<T.tH Voitft had 29 A motion was made by Wilfred Sl'if'l*?r and sprnnded by Gerald Voirt to din'M the Niard to try to se-mrr- cxtondf-d area service to HiiipsU"), ryhii'ler, and Lone Hock after the dial s>stem goes into service. A h.dlot vote was taken on the motion, with 64 nifin!>ers voting for extended service and four voting against it. Leroy Jacobsen, manager of the telephone company, reported that only 2 1/4 miles of underground cable are yet to be laid in preparation for the dial system. Alxmt half the cable that was laid last fall is in service now. The dial equipment is to be shipped the last week of Sep- temtjer, with the tentative cut- over date for dial at the end of Octolwr. The operating income for 1964 was $25,618, compared to $23, 414 SPEED QUEEN. now offers you 3 great washers with STAINLESS STEEL TUB > of 12 lb. capacity A46F *"~ A47F "~ A48F Stairless Steel Is a metal. It's ruit proof, chip proof corrosion-prool. It makes the pttlcct wash tub A sfux^i. e«r :;. UK'n,-, ptvicils your clothes (or the Mo d 11 e washer. 0,' all means, tee these great, dependable automatics b«fore you bu/ your new «v«tier, As Advertised in Farm & Home Section STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, Iowa LJ CHECKS are a DOUBLE CHECK Cancelled checks are legal proof of payment. They become especially important at tax time, to back up deduction claims. But at any time " of the year they can spell the difference between paying a bill once, and paying it twice I Open an account now ! A CHECKING ACCOUNT OFFERS SAFETY FOR YOUR MONEY AND MANY CONVENIENCES FOR YOU! FIRST TRUST f uuL SAVINGS BAN K F.D.I c. ARMtTRONG Of HCt w for 19G3. Operating expenses were cut $1409, being $22,255 in 1964 and $23,664 in 1963. The net operating income in 1964 was $3,362, while in 1963 there was a deficit of $249. After the annual meeting was adjourned, the board of directors met and elected their officers for the coming year. They are president, William Hantelman; vice-president, Eldon Brown; and secretary-treasurer, Norman Larsen. The other members of the board are Derwood Voigt and Ruben Berkland. -o- Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglas and family were Wednesday evening visitors at the home of Mrs. Anna Wehrspan at Whlttemore. Carol Shaw of Minneapolis recently spent a weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw were in Des Moines over the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Don Priebe and boys were supper guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jacobsen. Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Matthiesen attended a mission service at Curlew Sunday night. One of the ^speakers was Rev. Frank Drown, who spoke in Fenton last January. Mrs. Fred Mortenson spent last week in Omaha helping her daughter, Mrs. Darryl Householder, who is in traction with a slipped disc. Mrs. Householder is at home, but will be under treatment for some time. -* Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortenson visited Carl Mortenson at the Turner Nursing Home in Armstrong Sunday. Overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Priebe Saturday and Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Stan Cavell, Ear Falls, Ontario, Canada. They were returning to their home from a month's visit in New Mexico. Other guests at the Priebe's for Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. James Schmidt and Brent, Mr. and Mrs. Don Priebe and boys, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt, Estherville. Mrs. John Waite, president of the American Legion Auxiliary, has announced that the March meeting has been postponed and will be held March 18, at Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman's. Members should bring their Golden Mike For Easy, Mess-Free ol Cannes, KIIClllI (Bllt USE SATIN ENAMEL The Original "Homogen/ied" Pg/nf • No mixing, stirring or thinning • No runs, drips or spotters — no mess to clean up • Outstanding durability — washes like porcelain • Flows smoothly, evenly — levels beautifully • Minimum identifiable odor • Choice of 1,001 colors NOW ONLY ptrjal. diiplonn slightly hlghtr FENTON LUMBER CO. KNTON, IOWA Fenton Bldg. Permits Total 1964 FENTON - Money spent in Fenton in 1964 for residential, commercial, and public construction was below expenditures in 1963. Building permits for $8600 in construction were issued by the Town Council last year compared to $88,000 in 1963. Three permits were granted last year, to Mrs. Helena Luedtke, $4500 addition to her home; to William Bruhn, $2,000 room and garage addition; and Kenneth Halverson, for a garage which has not yet been erected. These compare with $56,000 in residential construction the year before. There were no permits for commercial construction last year. In 1963, the Schrock Fertilizer Co. spent $12,000 to build a plant In Fenton. The city also contributed to the large total for 1963, spending $18,000 for the city water softener plant. In 1964, the city spent $2,100 for seal coating a third of the streets. This Is an annual project, financed by road taxes. Commercial changes In 1964 included the closing of two business places. The Friendly Tavern has been closed since the death of it's owner, Melvin Warner, in December. The Standard Oil Co. gas station has been closed for several months. There are two new businesses, both of which opened in May, 1964. They are the Used Clothing Store operated by Mrs. Vic Dreyer of Lone Rock, and Tony's; Barber Shop, operated by Tony . Kahler. Two businesses also have changed ownership since a year ago. The Phillips 66 gas station was purchased by Sierp Supply and is operated by Roger Ulses. The former owners, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Holtorf, have moved to Arizona. Lloyd Sunde is the 1 new owner of the Fenton Produce Co., formerly Duncan Produce. Eldon Duncan is now manager of the Schrock Fertilizer Plant. The Fenton Telephone Co. has announced plans for a block building in 1965 to serve as the office and to house cables and other equipment for the new dial system. The office building will be just west of the present telephone office. Construction will begin this summer, but the contract has not yet been let. St. John's Aid Women Meet FENTON - The Ladles' Aid of St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton, met Thursday afternoon with about 15 members present because of the storm. The meeting was opened with devotions and a hymn. No topic was presented this month, but the study of the Communion Liturgy led by Rev. Rex Spicer will continue in April. A letter was read from Susan Hantelman, missionary nurse to Nigeria. The group discussed making hospital supplies for Susan's station* as a project of the Ladies' Aid. No decision was made until more members can vote on it. CARD OF THANKS Our thanks to all who sent cards, gifts and flowers on our 40th wedding anniversary. The card shower was a vef*y pleasant surprise. In three days we received 171 cards. Thanks again for this nice surprise. Rpy and Florence Benson. . (1W) PROVED... ON OVER 150,000 FARMS! Here's protection against engine-damaging dirt, nut, scale and water. The American FARM Fust* FINAL/FILTER* remove* the trouble-causing contaminant! that can form in your storage tank*. Filtered at least 27 time* before delivery, AMERICAN* Brand Gasolines and AMERICAN * PREMIER Diesel Fuel are clean when you get them. Keep them clean with the American FARM FUELS FINAL/FILTER, •TMADfMAMK fAT. ftNWNG JIM MEYER Fenton — Phone *W Standard Oil Tank Wagon Service SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU rENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building . Remodeling PHONE 129 or 17 Fenton, Iowa Dr. E, W, Ruske DENTIST Office Phont 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A Dealer T*V Sale* i Servlc* Phono 13 or 136 LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm loom And Auction Service Phont 233 Fenton, lowg from 9 to 12 a.m. at the school. The students were John Luedtke, Hostesses for the meeting were - • ii«»*» Tactc Mrs. Fred Jentz and Mrs. George IOK6 /VieriT I«*T« Jentz. There was one guest T , present, Mrs. Paul Eigler. Dining FENTON - Four students from Janet room hostesses wereMrs.Larry the junior class at Sentral Comm- ^ler.and ^ ^ r ^ Gade and Mrs. Harvey Hen- unity School took the Merit Sch- was given by Principal Don Blan- ricksen. olarship tests Tuesday morning cnara. PRIEBE'S ROYAL BLUE LENTEN SPECIALS FROM KRAFT VELVEETA CHEESE 2 Lb. Box Cracker Barrel Cheese SHARP 10 Oz. Pkg. AMERICAN CHEESE DELUXE SLICED 12 Oz. Pkg. A Q C KRAFT MACARONI DINNERS 2 For 37 C INDIAN RIVER White GRAPEFRUIT 6 For 39° MIRACLE WHIP 49 C Qt. JET PUFFS MARSHMALLOWS «h.Pkg.> KRAFT PIZZA MIX 39 C & H Brown or Powdered SUGAR 2'/2 Lb. Bag H O C Ocean Perch Fillets ub.pkgs.2 For 89* PRIEBE'S STORE FENTON, IOWA Postponed By Snow - But We'll Try Again ! GLEANER COMBINE and CORN PLANTER 7:30 P. M. OPEN HOUSE Sat., March 12 at Fenton Motor Co. FENTON - On Highway 44 General Discussion by Affls-Chalmen Representative M narrow width corn planting and newer and more predictive combine methods. NOT TOO LENGTHY — BUT MIGHTY COFFEE A DOUGHNUTS AT CONCLUSION CHARLIE'S D-X IN FENTON FREE COOKIES COFFEE Be Our Guest. FARMER DAYS FRIDAY & SATURDAY MARCH 12 -13 Guess the pig's weight - the closest guess gets the Pig i 6 OTHER REGISTRATION PRIZES FiNTON

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