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• JULY 15,1965 tferit xm Eepmrfer F By the Upper D« Moifi« Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa JEAN PRIEBE New* Editor Fenton Budget Drops By $350 TflY I ftAff TO lO-Algonc, do.) Upper D« Mo!n«t Thunday, July 15, 1965 Drop $1350 For Next Year FENTON' - The Fenton Town Council Tuesday evening completed a budget estimate for 1966 totaling $29,300, compared to $29,650 for the 1965 yeai. Taxes would contribute $16,300 to the budget in 1966, $1350 less than the 1965 tax total of $17,650. The general fund would receive $3,000, the street fund $7,000, public safety $3,700, sanitation $3,000, recreation $500, utilities $8,000, debt service $3,500 and trust and agency $600. Money received aside from taxation would include $1,500 general fund from licenses, fines, fees, etc., $3,500 from the street fund through road use taxes, $500 from liquor tax and $7,500 from the utility fund through sale of water. Other actions taken by the council included the hiring of the Steier Flying Service of Whittemore to spray the town for insects. Aerial spraying will be done in the early morning of July 16 or 17, with one spraying all that is currently planned. Two building permits were issued, one to Don Hurlburt for new siding on his home and one to Clarence Thilges for the erection of a garage. 2 Women Will Attend Parley FENTON - How can women most effectively assist their church's missions at home and abroad? This question will be the prime concern of the 2,500 delegates and guests attending the International convention of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League July 21-22 at San Diego, California. The LWML is an auxiliary organization of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod and has 210,700 members in 5,471 societies. Representing the Algona zone as a delegate at the parley will be Mrs. Orville Kressin of Lone Rock. Mrs. Wilfred Radig, also of Lone Rock, will attend as a guest. St. John's Aid Guest Day Plans FENTON - Plans for a Guest Day in August were discussed Wednesday afternoon by the Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton. Invitations will be sent to all the women of the congregation, and committees were picked for the program. Mrs. Ernest Voetteler presented the topic "Using That Talent" from Uie LWML quarterly. The Aid voted to accept a project of making small yellow bags for the Lutheran Home Finding Society at Fort Dodge. A committee was formed to work on the project. Hostesses were Mrs. Clara Mueller, Mrs. Olaf Norland and Mrs. Theodore Ostwald. OFFICE SUPPLIES — Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. T II O M A S FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTON Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors tJELIABLK 24 HOUR ABULANCE SERVICE Funerals May He Referred To Us With Confidence Phone 23 — FENTON RiNGSTED PHONES: 21007 ~ 21006 — 60406 Seneca Church On Summer Schedule Now SENECA - niakjci Lutheran church, rural Scnrca, will pu on its summer schedule Sunday, July 18, and ci>iitinnr> for (ho next six weeks. Sunday school will lx> hold at 8:'15 and in miing worship will begin at 9:<l'i. Thpre will 1* no Sunday school during the month of August. The- Sunday school picnic will be held at the Swea City park on Saturday, July 2-1. The Calvin Vaudts drove to Minneapolis Sunday and saw the Twins-Yankee baseball game. Dr. and Mrs. diaries Krassas and son Richard of Morris, Minn., and Dr. and Mrs. Donald Baldwin of Des Moines recently spent a weekend at the Cecil Baldwins. The two doctors were college classmates. Mrs. Edith England of Ring sled was hostess to the Jolly Jokers club at her home on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Priest and daughter of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson spent Sunday afternoon, July 4, at the Oscar Pattersons, Hing- sted. They were Monday, July 5, guests a the Clarence Cheevers, rural Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Friest of Brlngley, Minn., were Wednesday evening callers at the Alfred Petersons. They were enroute to Badger, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft spent the weekend with their son and family, the Jack Loofts, at Rochester. Saturday evening they observed the forthcoming birthday anniversary of little Sara Kathryn Looft who will be having her first birthday anniversary on July 20. Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen were guests at the Oscar Pattersons, rural Ringsted, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Patterson of Chicago were weekend guests at the Patterson home. The Cecil Baldwins spent July 4 weekend with their son and wife, the Dr. Donald Baldwins and also visited their niece and family, the A. N. Storms. BLOOD DONOR Mrs. Carolyn Dean of Storm Lake donated her 7?.nd pint of blood when the Bloodmobile was at Storm Lake tills month. Mrs. Dean has been donating blood since World W?.r II and now has 9 gallons of donations to her credit. New Business Area Vapor Lights, Fenton FENTON - A work crew from the Iowa Power and Light Company was busy Monday In Fenton installing mercury vapor street lights in the two-block business section. To go with the new look in lighting are the freshly seal- coated surface's of about 1/3 of the town's streets. This year's part of the yearly street upkeep program was completed last week. Fenton Auxiliary Hold Installation New Officers FENTON - Kathy Ditsworth, delegate from the Fenton American Legion Auxiliary unit to Girls State this year, spoke to the ALA Friday afternoon about her trip. Mrs. Mary Genrich of Lone Rock acted as installing officer during the installation of new officers, as follows: Mrs. S. E. Straley, president; Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, vice president; Mrs. Hans Baago, secretary; Mrs. Elmer Greinert, treasurer; Mrs. John Waite, chaplain; Mrs. Charles Newel, historian; and Mrs. Merle Voigt, sergeant-at-arms. Donations of $2.50 were given to hospitals at Mitchellville and Toledo, and to the Eldora Training school. A report on the legislative bulletin was given by Mrs. W. E. Laage. The August meeting will be a picnic with Mrs. Ed Br_uhn Jfe-s. hostess. Hostess in July w%s . Mrs. Clarence Osborn. - o - Dr. Jerald Waite and Walt Pertl recently spent a weekend fishing at Leech Lake, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland and Tim and Mr. and Mrs.Samih Isinir and Jody were visitors at the Stanley Berkland home Thursday evening. David and Donald Matthiesen, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Matthiesen are counseling this week at a Bible Camp for Indian children near Mole Lake, Wisconsin. The camp will end on Sunday. Mrs. William DeWall was hostess Thursday afternoon to the North Circle of St. John's Lutheran Church, Depew, The lesson JUST RECEIVED! New Shipment of LIVING ROOM SUITES M- 1 ' .< V." .,* *' A LIVING ROOM SUITES We Invite You To Inspect This Fine Assortment Of Quality Suites, Sensibly Priced, WE DELIVER ANYWHERE! PETERSEN FURNITURE FENTON, K>WA for the month was given by Mrs. Robert Burkgren, and devotions were led by Rev. Oliver Johnson. Guests were Mrs. Herman Norland, Mrs. Dale Voigt, and Mrs. Ole Pederson. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nellls of Fort Dodge were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Amanda Kern. Afternoon guests were Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Yager and family. Enjoying a picnic dinner at the Fenton park Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Charley Beavers and family of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haller and family of Marble Rock, Mrs. Herman Norland and Duane Mehling of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, and Barbara and Bradley Burkgren. Mr. and Mrs. James Krough and Jason returned to Los Angeles, California last Monday where he was to report to the hospital for a check-up. They had spent several months In Fenton and Swea City with their parents, Mrs. Laurnetta Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krough. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bell and family of Waterloo spent almost two weeks at the home of her mother, Mrs. Laurnetta Miller. They left on Sunday for Holiday Lake, near Grinnell, where they will spend the summer. Staying with them is their nephew, Jimmy Krough. Mrs. Fred Mortenson, Brian and Kathy and Adrian Arbogast spent the weekend in Omaha at the Dar.ryl Householder and Ronald Mortenson homes. Mrs. Walter Schmidt of Austin, Minnesota visited Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. R. F. Laabs. Thursday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prlebe were Mr. and Mrs. Truman Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland. Mr. and Mrs. RayStoeber were weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs, Lyle Bassett, Milford, where they celebrated the Bassett's wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley attended a "Texas Picnic" Sunday at Manson, Iowa, with about 50 others from Iowa who spend their winters in Edinburg, Texas. Among those attending were one family from Des Moines, two from Cresco, and one from Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod returned Saturday from a five day trip to the Black Hills. While there they visited with their granddaughter, Joyce Munch, who is working at the Coolidge Inn at Custer Park. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Voetteler and girls of Iowa City were Fourth of July guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Voetteler. They also visited with other relatives while they were in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kohlwes of Austin, Minnesota were Fourth of July weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade and granddaughter Cindy Gade, and Mrs. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt were Fourth of July week- , BUDGET ESTIMATE School District ° r( 0* P'reetors of Sentral Community School Ola. AIt ° ontle< ' ° WB> wl " meet Jul y 2fl - _t n.nn n—«V T TV. ™ ."•; w .~"""'" ; ''l «"wn. W"l luce I J uiy 20, 1BOD, at 8:00 P. M.. at the Sentral High School Building. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning July 1. 1805. and ending June30. 1966. A"detailedState? «Ta n ilable r at e tRe S he n aring* bUri *! nentS ' b ° th part and antlcl P ated will be Harlan F. Mueller, i'. District Secretary. 8 -J . .. . M r !Ki 'it:; HI If General ...., Sub-Total (Place this on Page 2 (Form 699B) ... Old Age Surv. Int. (Fed,) Pub. Empa. Ret. (State) 250,892 288,892 6,780 6,041 286,341 286,341 7,215 6817 314 181 314,151 8,500 7,337 12 000 53 707 248 444 12,000 53.707 248,444 8 500 7 vn TOTAL— General Fund .. 269,713 13 300.373 329.988 12.000 83,707 264.281 Bonds Sc Interest 31,221 44,328 39,085 39,085 TOTAL— "' ALL PURPOSES 300,934 344,701 389.073 12.000 53,707 303,366 Secretary'i balance July 1, 1965. 1. 3. GENERAL FUND Less Balance Reserved Net Unencumbered Balance (G. F.) SCHOOL HOUSE FUND Est. tax per $1,000 assessed value ... Number of persons of school age ... Taxable valuation, 1964 Moneys- and Credits, 1964 , $140,175.78 $128,175.78 $ 12.000.00 $ 26,686.68 5 38.9 734 * 7,803,589 $ 266,410 FATTEN HOGS FASTER Felco 35% Dry Lot Hot; Supplement is high in \itaniins and antibiotics and therefore does an eveelk'nt job of fattening ho»s to market weight uhen used with shelled corn. Felco 35% Dry Lot Hoi; Suppleinent-A is the same formula as Felco 35% Drv Lot Hoi; Supplement with the special growth factor, .\rsanilac Acid, added. • Feleo 35% Dry lot Hog Supplement-T has T\losin added for growth promotion and feed efficieiKv while Feleo 35% Drv Lot llo>; Supplement-TT contain!, an even l.iryer amount of I \losin for greater antibiotic effectiveness. Fattening hogs to market \\ciglu is faster and more economical with vour choke of Felco 35% Dry Lot I log SupplellKiH. Stop in Real Soon FENTON Go-Op Elevaf01 Ftnttfl, l*Wf end visitors at the Lester Gade home In Chicago. Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Priebe were Mr. and Mrs, Jim Schmidt and Brent of Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Priebe and son, who are on their way to Anchorage, Alaska, where he will be stationed by the army. Mrs. E. J. Frank, Mrs. Don Shaw and John have returned from a visit of several days with the Bob Johansen family and Carol Shaw in Minneapolis. Mrs. Fara Frank of Hancock, Minnesota was also a guest there for a short time. The Johansen family will be moving to Long Beach, California sometime in August. Mr. and Mrs. William Bruhn attended Friday evening's Twins- Yankees game in Minneapolis, with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dietrich of Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. RobertBurkgren spent the weekend in Minneapolis and saw Sunday afternoon's Twins-Yankees game, with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aspholm and boys of Manson, Rlverdale 4-H Meeting Held Riverdale Rustlers II held their meeting July first at the St. Joe School Hall. Pledge of Allegiance was led by Vicky McGulre and the 4-H Pledge by Joan Reding. A demonstration on pillows was given by Sandy O'Brien and Marian Kohlhaas. The Food and Nutrition girls gave demonstrations. Kathy Reding made Creamy Root Beer Floats and Michelle Thilges made Malted Milk. Mothers were guests. Hostess was Marian Kohlhaas and her mother. Reporter is Michelle Thilges. Woman Passes Mrs. Emma Hilbert, 75, Algona, died Sunday at her home here. Funeral services were pending at press time at Hamilton Funeral Home here. NEW SCOTCH BRAND typewriter cleaner — clean -* fast — convenient. Office Supply Dept, Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING FOR SALE - To settle JOE MADDEN Estate. Farm lands several parcels. See Atty. H. W. MILLER, Algona. (51-54) CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank everyone who remembered me with cards, flowers and visits during my stay at St. Ann hospital. A special thanks to all who helped with field work and chores and those who brought food during my stay at St. Ann hospital and Iowa CHy and to the staff at St. Ann's. Your kindness will never be forgotten. Paul Bernhard. (§2) FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK Armstrong, Iowa — ASSETS — Cash & Due from Banks $ 591,059.14 U. S. Bonds & Securities 1,472,442.16 Municipal Bonds and Securities 191,754.27 Loans & Discounts 2,488.324.13 Banking House, Furniture and Equipment 12,022.36 Other Assets 983.43 STATEMENT OF CONDITION JUNE 30, 1965 — LIABILITIES — Capital Stock $ 100,000.00 Surplus 150,000.00 Undivided Profits 255,559.32 Total Capital Accounts .. 505,559.32 Deposits 4,251,026.17 Total Assets $4,756,585.49 Total Liabilities $4,756,585.49 OFHCERS and DIRECTORS John F. O'Neill, President F. 8. Manor, Vice President Leo E. FlUffibbons, Vice President Jean T. O'Neill, As»'t Caihler Rita Wels, Ass't. Cashier Andrew Johnson, Director Gerald Voigt, Office M«T. FIRST TRUST a-rtA SAVINGS F.D.I.C. BANK ARMTTRONft OFFICE feFENTON PRIEBE'S SPECIALS - JULY 16-1? KRAFT'S DRESSINGS 8 oz. bottUi Gus Closer EINERS lb.49c SCHWEN'S ICE CREAM 5 qf. pail $1.99 plus 100 FREE Stampi BUTTERNUT COFFEE 11b, can 79c Throw-Away Aluminum BAKING DISHES 3 pkgs. $1 Van Camp's BEANS No. 2 cans Large, Ripe, Luscious WATERMELON each 89c Fresh HAMBURGER 3 Ibs. Monarch Frozen LEMONADE can IDc Monarch Mandarin ORANGES 4 cans 1 PRIEBE'S ROYAL BLUE FENTQN, IOWA

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