The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1966 · Page 9
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'Sum JAN. 13, 1966 • ifentiw i tublithtd By th« Upp*l- 011 MftiMft i I Publittrifig Co., Algeria, Iowa . I JOAN lOUINdil I I N«w» Editor I Fenton Town Council Has Organization Meeting FENTON - the Fenton Town Council met last Monday evening for its first meeting of the new year. Dr. W. W. Jolley was sworn in as mayor, and Arnold Hansen, Robert Mitchell, Peter Koenck, and Merle Voigt as councilmen, Paul Eigler was hired as town clerk, Donald Hurlburt as town marshall, and Mrs. Wayne Alderson was appointed treasurer. Allen Bellinger was issued a building removal permit, - o - ,» The Ladies Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran at Fairville met Thursday with Rev. Bliss leading devotions. Mrs. Carl Beck gave the topic lesson "Sent to Central America," In the business meeting it was voted to send a cash donation to Miss Susan Hantelman's mother to have her buy linens to send to Susan for their guest house in Yahe, Nigeria. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Hildreth Pettit and Mrs. Arnold Nielsen. The W. S. C. S. of the Fenton Methodist church met on Thursday with Mrs. Clarence Underwood, Mrs. Don Shaw and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod as hostesses, Mrs. Jack Gerhart was in charge of the program and devotions were led by Mrs, Roy Chris- chilles, Mr, and Mrs. Lyle England are the grandparents of a girl, Sandra Kay, born to Mr, and Mrs. Robert Mogler of Whittemore, Sandra Kay was the first baby of 1966 born at St. Ann hospital, Algona, Mr, and Mrs, Norman Bollinger and girls were guests Thursday evening of the Arnold Hantelmans, The occasion was in honor of Renee Hantelman's sixteenth birthday, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Langerman and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Frink left Monday on a two-week trip to California. Renee Hantelman recently entertained a group of young people at her home. The group spent the evening playing court whist, Those winning prizes were Michael Lee, Ricky Shaw, FATTEN HOGS FASTER Felco 35% Dry Lot Hoi; Supplement is high in .,vitamins,and antibiotics and therefore does an c\cct.)cnt job.-of fattening hoi's to market weight when"iiscd with shelled corn. Felco 35% Dry .Lot Hpg,S'upnlemcnt-A is the same formula as Fflc6 ! 3 5%-Dry Lot Hot; Supplement with the speeinl growth factor. Arsanilac Acid, added. I^. : !co.'.;.'35% Dn Lot Jlos Supplement-T has Tylosin added for. growth promotion and feed eft'iciencv while Folco 35% Dr\ Lot Ho» Supplement-TT contains an e\en larger amount of Tylosin for greater antibiotic effectiveness. Fattening hogs tja.iHajkLH^vcliilrtl'ts f%\-.ttir v ^nd; nipre '" voiir choicesof^Felco 35% *iDrv - Stop in Real' Soon FENTON Co-Op Elevaloi Anothtr 100% fermir Own»d HiCO Coof»ralh» Theresa Voigt and Margo Rusch. Mr. and Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel are the parents of a son born last week. Grandparents are the Raymond Zwiefels. Guests Sunday of the Norman Bellingers were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger and family of Lone Rock. A group of ladies surprised Mrs. Charles Weisbrod recently in her new home. A pot-luck lunch was served and Mrs. Weisbrod was presented with a gift. The following ladies were in attendance: Ella Waite, Florence Saxton, Lula Sorensen, Florence McFall, Rose Chrischllles, Amanda Kern, Karen Jorgensen, and Karrie Voigt. Lily Schlei and Stella Bierstedt were in on the gift but unable to attend because of illness. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade entertained at a 500 party Sunday evening. High went to Mr. and Mrs. William Bruhn and low to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reimers. Mrs, Norman Bollinger won travel. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sewart of Minneapolis and the Richard Stuck! family of Spencer were recent house guests of the Wilfred Stoebers. Joleen Mueller Is Honored At Shower FENTON - Miss Joleen Mueller was honored at a miscellaneous shower at St. John's Lutheran church, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Rex Spicer led the opening devotions. Mrs. Henry Wilberg was in charge of the program as follows: Marjean Hendirksen, Marcia Meyer, Renee and Rhonda Flint sang "It's No Secret What God Can Do" accompanied by Mrs. James Meyer. Linda Berkland gave a reading, "The Beginning." Roger Hendriksen played "Hawaiian Love Song" at the piano and Rhonda Kern played a flute solo. Mrs. Wilberg gave a reading on Joleen's life history and Mrs. Duane Lieb closed the program with a Spoem.^Hostesses for the shower were Mrs. Art Mueller, Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Mrs. Harvey Hendriksen, Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Mrs. Rinerd Lieb, Mrs. Ed Lieb, Mrs. Walter Jentz, Mrs. John Ruger, Mrs. Henry Wilbert, Mrs. Woodrow Kracht, Mrs. Franklin Mueller, Mrs. Glenn Flint, Mrs. Gus Krause, Mrs. Ferdinand Mueller, Sr., Mrs. Robert Fortney and Mrs. Andrew Stavanski. Miss Mueller will be married to Mr. James Bergum on Friday, Jan. 14, at 7:30 p. m. at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton. FENTON - The Ruth circle of the Fenton Methodist church has postponed its monthly meeting until Jan. 17. Sentral To Host Sectional Meet, Girls Basketball FENTON - The State Tax Commission has requested each superintendent in the state of Iowa to send slips home with children indicating the legal name and code number to be used on state income tax forms. Fenton's school districts name and identifying code number are: Sentral Community School District - 55-5868. Semester examinations for students at Sentral high school will be given ontwodays,Thurs., anrl Friday, Jan, 13 and 14. School will be dismissed at 2:30 on Friday. The Iowa Girls' High School Athletic Union will hold one of its 1966 Sectional Tournaments in Rolfe, Ayrshire and Sentral on Feb. 12, 14, 15 and 17. Sentral will be a host school on the last three nights. The teams included in this tournament are Armstrong, Ayrshire, Cylinder, Havelock - Plover, Laurens, Mallard, Ringsted, Rolfe, Sentral and West Bend. Pairings for the tournament will be announced later. Four State Line Conference basketball tournament games will also be played at Sentral. They will be the semi-finals of the girls on Jan. 20, and the semi-finals of the boys on Jan. 21. Install Officers New officers were installed during worship services Sunday at St. Lukes Lutheran church at Fairville. They included Mr. Gerhard Hantelman as elder, Mr. Arnold Hantelman as trustee, Mr. Howard Bruhn on auditing committee, and Mr. William Bruhn on finance committee. St. John's Aid FENTON - The Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran church met Wednesday with Mrs. Marvin Ackerson, Mrs. Bennie Berkland and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt as hostesses. Mrs. Walter Jentz gave a report and showed a film .on the BethesdaLutheran home. The ladies' decided' to give a donation to Mrs. William Hantelman to buy bed linens to send to Susan in Yahe, Nigeria. ' Last Sunday dinner guests of the Phil Bernhards included Phil's parents,the Maurice Bernhards of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wolf and Albert Klein. _'_ CARD OF THANKS The family of Mrs. Fred Fessler wishes to thank friends, relatives and neighbors for their expressions of sympathy, the words of comfort, the floral tributes, cards, memorial gifts and food; and Rev. Eldridge. Also the WSCS for serving dinner and lunch the day of the funeral. We are deeply grateful. (3*) OUR OWN HARDWARE JANUARY SPECIAL MESSAGE-MINDER CHALKBOARD If I mignitte, toot Jot • inttMg* or » mlndircn th« chalkbotrd or attach I not* With tht ip«cl»l nugintle "pin." Oiul for groctry Hit! of fimlly menage*. L»g» (•tier pockit it tht bottom It • hgndy ipot (or blllt ind corietpondenct. Trim* med In hendjome coppertone, the Met- Mg*-Mlnder feature* an attractive Early American motif. Regular price $2.91 Monthly Special price t low, low tl.09. OUR OWN WINNTER SPECIALS Facial Tissue ... 4 - 200 Count Boxes ------ 77c Household Broom --- 89c 10 qt. Galv. Pail _____ 69c Elec. Room Heater $17.95 Ladies Leisure Boots _- 99c STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton OUR OWN HARDWARE > Be Our Guest . . HAM DAY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18 Stop In - Be Our Guest Tuesday Do Your Own Mixing and Grinding — Rent Our New Artsway Mixer • $3 per load with our feed • $4 per load regular FENTON PRODUCE Lloyd Sunde, Prop. HOME OF There Ain't No Better Seneca Hosts Two Showers In Past Week SENECA - Mrs. Jerry England of Tulsa, Okla,, was honored at a miscellaneous shower given Friday evening at Seneca Lutheran church parlors. Corsages were presented to the honoree, her mother-in-law, Mrs. Lyle England, her sister- in-law, Mary England Schmidt of Algona, and the groom's aunt, Mrs. Cheever of Armstrong. Mrs. Ted Jensen announced the program which began with an introduction of the honoree by her husband, Jerry England. The program had been prepared by Mrs. C. O. Bailey, who was unable to be present due to the death of her brother, Webber Yager of Fenton. Jill Jensen presented the Parisian setting witli a vocal solo, "Louise", accompanied by Mrs. Clarence Osborn on the piano. Mrs. Ted Jensen, dressed in a Dutch costume and wooden shoes presented a dance, accompanied by Mrs. Clarence Osborn. The final setting was in England where Katliy Merrill sang to her escort, Becky Jensen, as they sipped tea at a.tea table. The setting of the closing number on the program was America. The bride was then invite'd to open her gifts assisted by the groom's sister, Mary, and a cousin, Mrs. Harlan Kinander of Armstrong. The groom's aunt, Mrs,. Cheever of Armstrong, presided at the coffee service. Hostesses included Mrs. C. O. Baile\, Mrs. Cecil Baldwin, Mrs. Charles Beaver, Mrs. Day Bergum, Mrs. Leu-is Breese, Mrs. Earl Crouch, Mrs. Roy Klein, Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mrs. Dick Jentz, Mrs. Jerry Jentz, Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Mrs. Ray Gardner, Mrs. Henry Looft, Mrs. Frank Meyer, Mrs. Roy Mueller, Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl, Mrs. Clarence Osborn, Mrs. Alfred Petersen and Mrs. John Ruger. Mr. and Mrs. Jem England were married on Nov. 11, last year, at Tulsa, Okla., shortly before Jerry was sent overseas to Germany. He will be returning to Germany in the near future. His wife is a nurse ami will t)e remaining in Tulsa, - o - Miss Joleen Mueller, bride- elect of James Bergum, was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower Saturday afternoon at the Seneca Lutheran church parlors. The guests were registered by Audrey Bergum, after which carnation corsages were presented to the honoree, her mother, Mrs. Hoy Mueller, the groom's mother, Mrs. Raymond Bergum, the bride-elect's sister, Marlys Mueller, the groom's sister, Janice, and the groom's grandmother, Mrs. Iver Bergum. Mrs. Ted Jensen announced the CARD OF THANKS A sincere and grateful thank you to my many friends and relatives for the many and varied expressions of kindness and thouglitfulness extended to me and my family during my illness. A special heartfelt thank you for your prayers. May tlio Lord bless eacli of you in return. Kenneth Halverson. (3*) FARM AND LAND AUCTION SALE Due to ill health, I will hold a complete Closing-Out Auction Sale, including the Farm, located 1 mile west of the Seneca Store and 1 mile north; or 5 miles north, 1 mile east and 1 mile north of Fenton or 3 miles west of Swea City, 4 miles south, 1 mile west and 1 mile south or 3 miles east of Annstrong, 4 miles south, 1 mile east and 1 mile south. MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1966 SALE TO START AT 12:30 P.M. LAND TO BE SOLD AT APPROXIMATELY 3:00 P.M. 160 ACRES FARM S.E. Quarter of Sec. 8, Seneca Township, Kossuth County, Iowa; 8 Room House with Bathroom, Hot Water Heater, and Water Pressure System; BARN — 32' x 40' Barn with 11 Stanchions; CATTLE SHED — 30' x 40' (new); 1000 bu. Steel Bin; 750 bu. Steel Crib; 10' x 24' Granary; 16' x 30' Chicken House; 30' x 12' Stave Block Silo; 12* x 18' Granary. TERMS: 15% Down Sale Day; Balance When Deed and Abstract is Furnished. 41 HOLSTEIN CATTLE 9 — 2nd Calf Holstein Cows, milking now; 3 — 3rd Calf Cows to freshen in March; 1 — Springing 1st Calf Heifer; 3 — 3rd Calf Cows, springing heavy; 7 — 2nd and 3rd Calf Holstein Cows (breeding dates to be given sale day); 6 — 2 yr. old Holstein Heifers; 7 — Holstein Heifer Calves (vacc.) 5 — Holstein Steer Calves. FARM MACHINERY 1953 John Deere 60 Live PTO & HYD.; 1940 John Deere A F-20 Farmall with loader; J.D. 4-row Cultivator; J.D. Rotary Hoe; me 440 Planter; Gehl Forage Harvester, Corn Head, Hay Pickup Head, Mower Bar Head; Tractor Manure Spreader; New Idea Parallel Bar; J.D. 12 A Combine; J.D. 7 ft. Tractor Mower; J.D. Hamraermffl; J.D. 15 ft. Disc; J.D. 2-14" Plow Steel; New Idea 1-row Picker; New Idea 3-bar Rake, steel; Running Gear with Comb. Grain or Silage Box and Hoist; Wooden Flare Box; Post Hole Digger; Spring Tooth; Drag, 4-sectlon; IHC SOT Baler; Seeder Cart with J.D. Seeder; Easy Flow Fert. Spreader; Hemp Binder Windrower; IHC Plow Chief 2-16" HYD; Side Rake used very little Little Giant 48 ft. Elevator Steel Running Gear. HOUSEHOLD GOODS — Chrome Table & Four Chairs; G.E. Refrigerator; Chest Type Deep Freeze • 20 ft.; G.E. Washing Machine; Double Rinse Tubs; Metal Wardrobe; Curved Glass Bookcase; China Closet; Coal & Wood Heater; Bedroom Suite; M-W 30" Electric Stove— Timing Center • Removable Oven Door with Window • 1% yrs. old; Magazine Rack Stand; M-W Gas Stove; 2 Buffets; Knee Hole Desk; Medicine Chest; Radios; High Chair. DAIRY EQUIPMENT - 7 Can Milk Cooler; 2 Vacuum Pumps; 3 Surge Seamless Buckets, 50 Ib.; Pipeline for 11 Cows. MISCELLANEOUS — Snow Bucket; Knipco Heater; 6" x 42' Auger; Snow Fences; Cement Mixer; Tank Heater; Steel Tank; Steel Tank; Table Saw; Bench Grinder; Wheel Barrow; Battery Fencer; Hyline Fencer; Hyd, Cylinder; Chain Saw; 26" Garden Tiller; Lawn Mower 3 hp.; Log Chains; Hay Bunks; Feed Bunks; Lincoln Brazing Torch; Sunbeam Sheep Shears; Forney 180 Amp. Welder; Some new & used Lumber. POULTRY EQUIPMENT - Brooder House; Egg Washer; Nests and Feeders. FEED It HAY - 100 Bales of Straw; BOO Bales of Sudei Hay; 30 Too of Sorghum Silage. - USUAL AUCTION TERMS - NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS MARLIN LARSEN, Owner program with devotions by Mrs. Curtis Olsen. Jill Jensen and Audrey Bergum sang a vocal duet, accompanied by Mrs. John Johannesen. Mrs. Henry Looft gave a reading and Renee Votteler closed the program with a vocal solo. The honoree was assisted in opening her gifts by her fiance, Aloono, (le.) Upper DM MoJrtM-0 Jim Bergum, and by Audrey Bef* gum. Mrs. Lloyd Elchenberger, an aunt of the groom, presided at the silver service. James Bergum and Joleen Mueller will be married Friday evening, Jan. 14, at 7:30 p. m. PUBLIC AUCTION A$ I hove retired from forming and have moved to town I will offer all my personal property on my farm located 4 milei east, 3 miles north and % mile eait of Emmetiburg or 1 '/4 mile north, '/i mile weit and 3 miles north and V4 mile west of Cylinder or 2 miles south and 114 miles west of Depew on TUESDAY, JANUARY 18 STARTS AT 12t30 P.M. DONNA'S LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS MACHINERY TRACTORS — 1962 International 560 Farmall Tractor with fast hitch, 1947 International "M" Farmall Tractor with power pack. Dual Wheels to fit above tractor; 1963 International 80 Combine with Hume reel and Innes pickup; 1965 14' International No. 46 18" blade Tandem disc; 16 ft. International spring tooth harrow with power lift and cart; 4 row International rotary hoe with fast hitch drawbar; International No. 60 4-14" plow, like new; John Deere 3-14" plow; International No. 100 mower ,fast hitch; New Idea Roto side delivery rake; No. 66 New Holland Baler; Cunningham Hay Conditioner; Potato Digger; Four Bottom Trash rake; 15*5-38 tractor chains; 12' Case windrower; International endgate seeder, like new; Six section International harrow; International 468 Cultivator, like new; International 450 corn planter-dbl. disc openers; Fifteen foot case land roller; New Idea Manure spreader; International manure loader with snow scoop, fits "M"; Case 14" Hammer Mill; Heider Auger Wagon; John Deere running gear, Heider 6'xlO' large box with hydraulic hoist; Running gear with hay rack; Case running gear with steel flare box; Two wheeled flat rack. 500 BALES OF STRAW 1951 CHEVROLET Two Door Car in good condition. 1950 STUDEBAKER % Ton Pickup MISCELLANEOUS 2 unit Surge-milker with pipe line for 10 cow»; Surge pump; Fairbanks-Morse scales, 500 Ib. cap; 1 girls and 1 boys bicycles; 2 tank heaters Thieman stock tank;,Two V4 H.P. electric motors; 100 f(. V4" plastic hose; 100 ft. 1" plastic hose; Sickle grinder and motor; Five wheel weights; Two front wheel weights; Three hydraulic pumps; Gear and wheel puller; Socket set - 12 volt battery charger; Pipe wrenches, boltf, spader; Post auger, stone boat; Cattle and hog water- er; One third HP motor and fan; 6 HP Ahrens riding lawn mower; 40' Aluminum extension ladder; 20' Wooden ladder; Chain hoist; Cement mixer with motor; Post drill; % Inch Electric drill; 7" Skill saw; Bench vise; Air compressor; Wheel barrow; 300 gal. Gas barrel with stand; Bottle gas brooder stove; Two 16' x 4' Hay bunks; Chicken feeding equipment; Hog troughs; many articles too numerous to mention. 18' x 12' Insulated Brooder House; Two - Four Pen Hog Houses; Two Small Feed Houses; 14' x 12' Brooder House; Walk in Hog Feeder 10' x 10.' AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This is a very outstanding sale of very good, clean, well cared for equipment and tools. TERMS: Usual auction terms, nothing removed until settled for. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS CARL BECK Berkland and Bensen, Auctioneers The First Trust and Savings Bank, Armstrong, Clerk SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 889,2281 Fenton, Iowa Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 889-2248 Residence 889.2353 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T.V Solei * Service Phone 999*2713 AND CLARK, AUCTIONEERS SECURITY STATE BANK OF ALCONA, CLERK i LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm leant and Auction Service Phone 889-2392 Fenton, Iowa

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