The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1965 · Page 9
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MAY 20,1965 £tv& mi Published By Th* Upper 0t* Mdlnw 1 Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa f JEAN PRIEBE I Ntw» Editor • Fenton Aid Group Begins A 'Helping Hand* Project FENTON - The first and second afternoon of several to be spent by ladies of St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton, in reclaiming unused linens for missions took place May 10 and 17 in the church basement. In response to a request from St. John's young missionary- nurse, Susan Hantelman, stating the urgent need for surgical binders and masks, receiving blankets, and bandages in the church mission hospital in Eket, Nigeria, the Ladies' Aid voted to accept' the project and donate their time and talents to the cause. When completed, the articles will probably be packed in barrels and shipped by freight to the African hospital. They may take up to six months for the trip. Susan was until recently working as a nurse in the Eket Hospital, which is the largest Lutheran Hospital in Nigeria. She was there for seven months, and has written many interesting letters to her parents and friends in Fenton. Recently she and another nurse, Anne Voigt of Missouri, were sent to Ogoja Province, 300 miles north of Eket which is located on the southern coast. They are now engaged in a three- month language study of the Yala Dialect. Until this time, most of the people Susan was in contact with spoke English, which is the official language of the Nigerian government. However, there are 300 native dialects also used in Nigeria. S*Mmen Ct-fe FISH \jJ€ HAVE After the two nurses complete their dialect study, they and a doctor will open a public health station in Ogoja Province. Their means of travel there is a Hondo "50" motorcycle. Plant Sale By Auxiliary At Fenton, May 22 FENTON - The American Legion Auxiliary of Fenton made plans Friday afternoon to hold their annual plant sale on Saturday, May 22, at the Fenton Community Center. Coffee, cookies and rolls will also be served. Poppy Day in Fenton will be on May 22, with Junior members of the Auxiliary calling on each home and selling poppies on the street. Mrs. Hans Baago and Mrs. John Waite attended the Auxiliary county meeting in Algona on May 11. Kathryn Ditsworth is to represent the local unit at Iowa Girls State in Cedar Falls on June 13-19. A donation of $2.50 was sent to the Glenwood State School. A Canteen Card was sent to a sponsored child at Glenwood for his birthday. The hostess for the meeting was Mrs. S. E. Straley. 6 Exhibits By Industrial Arts Class, Sentral FENTON - Six members of the industrial arts class of Sentral Community School exhibited their class projects Monday evening, May 10, at the nine- county Industrial aits fair held in the Algona high school gym. A first place in the general metals class was won by Warren Householder, who exhibited a corner steptable with polyester resin tops. Doug Geitzenauer won second place with a wrought Iron chair, and Dennis Laabs received a third place award with a corner steptable made with expanded; metal polyester resin topped shelf. Other Sentral entries were in, WHEN YOU BUY A UIB ELECTRIC RANGE! THE JOY OF MODERN ELECTRIC LIVING is a big part of the "bonus" that you get with your sparkling, flameless electric range! • Electric cooking is fast, clean, dependable, automatic! • Enjoy all the advantages of flame- less electric cooking NOWI Offer Available only to lowt Elec* trip light and fewer Company cgstpmerf, Marilyn Alt Is Sentral's North Iowa Band Queen Poppy Day At Fenton MARILYN ALT FENTON - Marilyn Alt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt of Fenton, will represent the Sentral Community School Marchlrtg Band as their Queen in the annual North Iowa Band Festival at Mason City on Tuesday, June 15. Miss Alt, who was chosen queen at the Swea City Junior Fair and Field Days last summer, is also to enter the Miss Iowa Pageant at Arnold's Park May 30 as Miss Swea City. She has appeared at various observances in the area under that title. Marilyn is a senior at Sentral High School, where she is a drum majorette in the marching band and plays clarinet in the concert band. She is a cheerleader and a member of vocal and instrumental ensembles. This year she was co-editor of the school paper, on the annual staff, and a member of the student council. She was also chosen Homecoming queen. the Senior woods division, where Jim Sunde showed a chest of drawers, Mike Hassel exhibited a mahogany, desky and Bill Hoi- comb had a walnut coffee table: The Industrial arts class had an exhibit at Award Night, May 18, at the Sentral School. Industrial Arts teacher is Robert Burkgren. Former Fentonite Dies In Calif. FENTON - An ex-Fenton resident, Ed Widdel, died May 8 at the age of 78 in Englewood, California where he was a retired optometrist. Area relatives include two sisters, Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod of Fenton and Mrs. Carrie Haase of Algona; and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Helen Widdel of Fenton. Widdel left no children, but his wife survives in California. Widdel was born here and grew up on a farm southwest of Fenton. FENTON - "Wear a Poppy to show you remember!" This is the appeal adopted by the Fenton American Legion Auxiliary Poppy Day volunteers who have set Saturday, May 22, as Poppy Day. Mrs. Merle Voigt was chosen local chairman. Donations dropped into the Poppy Day contribution boxes will remain mostly within the local area to meet the needs of war veterans and their dependent children. The remainder of the Poppy receipts will go to the American Legion Auxiliary, Iowa Department, to defray the cost of making the poppies and to provide funds for the organization's Rehabilitation and Child Welfare programs. Son, Ex-Pastor, 51, Succumbs FENTON - Rev. Paul Friedrich, son of Rev. Max Friedrich, who SELF ADHESIVE CONTACT DECORATING PLASTIC yd 'OOQ USES' °0 If fOURSUf IS" Wide UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED" STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON (35 & 37) SPRING SALE on Monsant* 2-4-D WEED SPRAY 25o a gal. Off R«g. Price For A Limited Tim. Only I Pint Coma - Pint Scrvtd WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. Ftnton, Iowa WEED CONTROL MEANS BETTER CROPS Increased crop production is one of the best ways of making farming more profitable. Felco stands ready to help every farmer get better production through more effective weed control. Felco Amine 2,4-D Weed Killer contains 41% 2,4-D or 4 pounds of 2,4-D acid per gallon, which has proven very effective on hard-to-kill as well as susceptible weeds. Handled with the usual caution necessary for all weed sprays, it does an efficient annual and perennial weed-killing job on corn, sorghum, and small grain croplands, as well as pasture, turf, lawns and non-cropland. Apply with low pressure during 70' to 90° temperatures to small and actively growing weeds for maximum kill. Packaged in 6 1-gallon can cases, 5 gallon cans, or $0 gallon drums, Felco Amine 2,4-D Weed Killer is a most convenient weed control agent to handle. STOP IN SOON FENTON Co-Op Elevator Ftnton, tow* Aaethtr 100% Farmer Own»(/ ff^CO Coppvra/iV* formerly was pastor at St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Fairville, died May 12 at Ireton, Iowa, and funeral services were held there on Saturday, May 15. Rev. P. Friedrich was born in March of 1914 while his father was pastor at Fairville, and went to school and was confirmed here. Thursday, May 20, 1963 Algona, (la.) Upper D«s Moln«~9 The Friendly Neighbors Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger with Mrs. A. R. Wlllrett assisting. The members voted to go on a bus trip to Minneapolis June 29, leaving the Lone Rock school grounds at 4:30 in the morning. Mrs. Hans Baago is in charge of the trip. Guests were Mrs. Wayne Bellinger, Mrs. Norman Bellinger, Mrs. Gene Tietz, and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl. Big, New Winpower 210 CULTIVATES FASTER and CLEANER Cultivate your cropa fast and at the lowett «wt per acre with a WINPOWER #210 Series Rotary I'ul tivator. You will do a better job of killing weeds and mulching your fields whether it be sandy or heavy sticky soils. The #210 Series with big wheels and more teeth per wheel cultivate every inert of your field. The patented ring In the wheel acts as a "rock ejector" and staggers the teeth to work the soil every 2 inches. The all riveted wheel with all teeth riveted to the hub makes the WINPOWER design the strongest construction in the industry. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa — ASSETS — Cash & Due from Banks $ 781,033.59 U. S. Bonds & Securities 1,570,469.87 Municipal Bonds and Securities 168,772.94 Loans & Discounts 2,324,186.26 Banking House, Furniture and Equipment 11,252.42 Other Assets l 706.25 STATEMENT OF CONDITION APRIL 26, 1965 — LIABILITIES — Capital Stock $ 100,000.00. Surplus 150,000.00 Undivided Profits 266,275.71 Total Capital Accounts.. 516,275.71 Deposits 4,340,145.62 Total Assets $4,856,421.33 Total Liabilities ....$4,856,421.33 OFFICERS and DIRECTORS John F. O'Neill, President • F. S. Manor, Vice President Leo E. Fltzgrlbbons, Vice President James M. O'Neill, Cashier Jean T. O'Neill, Aai't Cubler Rita Wels, Au't. Cashier Andrew Johnson, Director Gerald Volft, Office Mir. 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