The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1965 · Page 4
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Ifiwixw ftqunfer [ PublUhtd By th« UapW DM Mdfoi* I PublUhlng Co., Algena, Iowa | JEAN PRIEBE | Ntw* Editor • 4-«AI0ona, (la.) Upper Uel M&lnw Thursday, April 29, 196S BABY CHICK PROTECTION Hftlp yotor baby chicks to their maximum ;, growth And rapid feathering while you are protecting (hem against the dread of outbreak* of coccidlosis. Felco Chick Starter Medicated, » in crumblized form t contains the new research -proven cocctdiostat, Zoalene, for most effective contrel of coccldio«is. '••'*•' v '* A'*"''^ ' - ' vv • /v ; • •'• •"*' ^'$*i " i • '.•,',„.'..,-. v -:' '< STOP IN SOON FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Another 100% fermtr Owntd fCICO CooptratiYt OUR OWN HARDWARE >nt^V'<'*-. < ~<-M >V-vi Lawn aneJ_ FOLDING FENCE While plaitlc coated wire lectloni In 10-ft. length*. 18" high. HANDY GARDEN TOOLS Include* two ilze 3-Pc. Set trowel* and a weed- er. 29c each or 3 for 79c. Gate* Plastic 50-FT. LAWN HOSE Durable and long-laitlng. Ve" Did. W dla. $2.49, <M" dia. *] AO »**T STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton OUR OWN HARDWARE FAMILY ilRVICI 5TORI Old Mexico Theme Of Sentral J-8 Banquet 22" Homko AMBASSADOR MOWER Featurei: Jel Stick Control* • TooUTote-r* ••Monorail Conttructlon • Modern Compact Safety Delia,". 3 H.P. Engine. 8" rear tire*. 7" front tlrei. Stainless Steel Flexor Blpde Guaranteed, again*! cranbthaft Wide LAWN BROOM Our Own LAWN FERTILIZER $3.19 Ha* 20 *prlng action teeth OIANT 2J-IB. BAO GARDEN HOE Our Own WEED and FEED 18-lb. Bag $3.98 Deilgn Sharpened on three »lde». SPADE FORK "D" typ« handle. American Made STEEL SHOVEL 11.88 A»h handle LAWN & GARDEN CART Bright red baked enamel f inlih. Semi • pneumatic tire*. FENTON - Theupperclassmen of Sentral Community School held their Junior-Senior Banquet Friday evening In the school gymnasium. The theme was "Old Mexico" and was carried out with orange, red, yellow, and green decorations. The gym was entered by the guests through an adobe hut. One end of the gym was decorated to simulate white brick covered with Ivy, with three archways through which typical Mexican scenes showed. One mural depicted a volcano and the band sat near a water scene with a flower-decked boat containing Vickl Elmers and Ronnie Dacken in Mexican dress. Allan Luedtke, president of the Junior class, was master of ceremonies and gave the welcome. Mark Berkland gave the senior response. Larry Geitzenauer read the senior class will, and Mark Berkland gave the prophecy. The main address was given by Mr. James Woltz. A boys quartet consisting of David Peter, Allen Luedtke, Rickey Shaw, and David Matthiesen sang. The banquet was prepared by the Sentral Band Mothers and was served by members of the sophomore class who were dresses as matadors and Mexican ladies. The Stage Band of Humboldt high school, consisting of 16 members, provided music for the prom which followed the banquet. - o - MUSIC CONTESTS The Sentral Community school . mixed chorus, boys' glee club, and concert band will compete In Class C competition of the Large Groups State Music Contest at Estherville on May 1. A spring music concert was held at Sentral school Wednesday evening at which these groups fflM*} QN| ."Concert selections *<*»! other numbers. Also appear* • Ing on the program was the jun>- ior high student chorus. - o A guest several days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wolff was her sister, Mrs. Darold Wolff of Vermilion, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wolff spent Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grant of Anthon, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stavros and sons, Bradley and Mark, spent from Wednesday until Sunday with Mrs. Stavros's mother, Mrs. Florence Behne. April 23rd, the Stavros family left Minneapolis for Idaho Falls, Idaho, where Stavros will be employed by Phillips Petroleum as a research-chemist. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Nelson, Carol and Robert of Rockford, Iowa, spent last Saturday in the home of Mrs. Florence Behne. Mrs. Nelson is a sister of Mrs. Behne. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Juhl, Lincoln, Nebraska, are parents of a baby girl born April 20 at Lincoln. The baby weighed 6 Ibs. 6 ozs. and has been named Darci Lou. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wehrspan and Mr. and Mrs. Arno Juhl of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhr, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thllges and family, Alex Thilges, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Laabs and girls, Matt Brown of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown of Manley, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Brown and Patsy of Garner were Sunday dinner guests In the Arnold Nielsen home, in honor of Sharon Nielsen's confirmation at St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Fairville. Mrs. Arnold Laabs, Mrs. Fred WANTED Custom Garden TILUNG Have new B-l A, C, Tiller, No loafing on job. Phone 28 FENTON Mortenson, and Amanda Schutt visited Monday with Mrs. Marcell Sorenson at Blue Earth, Minnesota. Mrs. Sorenson Is Miss Schutt's sister, Faye Hantelman and Jerry Bel* knop of Denver, Colorado spent a week's vacation in the Eldon Hantelman home. Faye is employed by the Telephone Directory Service and Jerry is employed at the Frontier Refining Company in Denver. They returned to Denver on Sunday, April 25th. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman and Sandra, Faye Hantelman and Jerry Belknop of Denver, Colorado were Tuesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buscher, Algona. The U-Deal-Em Bridge Club met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Lloyd Siinde. Guests were Mrs. Webber Yager and Mrs. Jessie Newel. Prizes were won by Mrs. Lloyd Berkland, Mrs. Paul Eigler, and Mrs. Jessie Newel. Wednesday evening, four tables of 500 were in play at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde. Prizes were won by Mrs. Frank Dreyer, Mrs. Robert Krause, Clarence Wegener, Larry Alt, and Frank Dreyer. The members of the 4-7 Club held a housewarmlng party Sunday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tigges at the Tigges home. They recently moved to the farm northwest of Fenton which was formerly operated by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren and family were supper guests Sunday evening at the home of his brother, Omar Burkgren, In Esthervllle. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Ernst and family of Humboldt were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bruhn. Mrs. Ed Priebe, Mrs. Ernest Voetteler, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, and Mrs. Arlo Ranney visited Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebe visited at the F red Langerman home In Swea City Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Art Volgt and Mrs. Frank McFall attended the funeral of Mrs. Will Volgt at Graettinger Thursday. Robert Burkgren accompanied Doug Geitzenauer and Dennis Laabs to Cedar Falls Saturday where the boys had entries In the Industrial Arts Fair. Some of the members of St. John's Walther League of Fenton attended the Spring Rally of the Algona Zone, held Sunday afternoon at Whittemore. After Hail Hits, It's Too Late! We Invite You To Get Full Information On Our HAIL INSURANCE POLICY Protection tit Reasonable Cost YOIGT INSURANCE Fenton/ Iowa Quite A Selection Of TRADE-IN APPLIANCES RANGES WASHERS DRYERS REFRIGERATORS We don't say the/re new, but when we trade we check over the trade-ins and make repairs where necessary. Some are not too old, others are, and they're all ticketed accordingly. If you're in the market for a good used appliance in one of the four above classifications, stop in and look over what we have on hand. McFall Plumbing - Heating - Appliance In Friendly Fenton Fenton Scouts Rough It With Campout FENTON - the Boy Scouts in Troop 90 of Fenton went on their first overnight campout from Saturday afternoon to Sunday afternoon at Ingham Lake. They were accompanied by Scoutmaster Donald Priebe, Assistant Scoutmaster Don Rowland, and Ronald Chrischilles, Arno Juhl and Glen Hantelman. The boys took a night hike, and even the rain, sleet, hail and snow they encountered did not discourage them. The eighteen boys participating were Nick, John and Stanley Mueller, Bill and Junior Duncan, Dawson Juhl, Carl Priebe, Roger Hansen, Eugene Chrischilles, Dennis Mitchell, Ted Yager, Rickey and Charles Erwin, Gary Jentz, George Merrill, Kevin Brace, Charles Tippy and Richard Dreyer. Mrs. Laumetta Miller and Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn returned Wednesday from North Hollywood, California, where they had been visiting Mrs. Miller's daughter, Mrs. Jim Krough, and her family. While they were in Cal- ifornia, Krough was In an automobile accident and suffered serious injuries and brain damage. He is now in Los Angeles General Hospital. The Krough's four children returned to Iowa with' Mrs. Miller andMrs.Bleckwenn i and Jason and David are now staying in Swea City with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krough, their paternal grandparents; Jimmy is staying with an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bell; and Mary, who is 1 year old, is being cared for by Mrs. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte celebrated their 42nd wedding anniversary on Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jacque Otto and children of DeWltt, Iowa. SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Ftnton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building * Rtmodtling PHONE 125 or 17 Ftnton, Iowa Dr, E. W. Ruske DENTIST Offlw Phent 79 R«»idtnc« 25 Ftnton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Ptaltr T'V Salt! § StrvUt Phont 13 or 136 LLOYD M, BERKLAND LUtmtd R«al Ettqtt iroktr and Form loan* And Aw«tion StrvUt Phont 233 Ftnton, Iowa NOTICE! The dump grounds are closed because there has been widespread abuse and the expense of maintenance has become too great. The town council feels forced to adopt the following new regulations: Garbage and rubbish must be placed in containers no larger than a 15 gal. garbage can, with handle and cover and placed at the alley line before tisne of pickup. All garbage and rubbish will be picked up each Friday morning, starting at 8 o'clock. All tin cans must be flattened. All paper must be bundled separately or burned at home. There will not be any extra charge for this service. ANYONE DUMPING GARBAGE OVER THE FENCE OR GATE WILL BE TRIED AND FINED. 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