The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1959 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 22, 1959
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V ' X^ ;>'V * $' P: IK & fl.ii V 1 llv. Co., Algonb, £jL*db&*tiaifcfi£ nly*"""" -*'- 4-AigonojW.) Uppif 0** Mdiftw thundoy^Jan. 22, 1959 Colorful, Fast Film Will Feature John Deere Day Mn»^^-«^^Ma;\^n*^^^«yf^a^^^^^ft a '^n l v-'^^^^^ t ft^'1^^' fe ^y f ^^ff**'' > '' «V*-*W»' fe«i- ;v J' *• - > > , '^S»»*ii *;- f. "•$>• -!<%,; 1 LCS Weisbrod, Fenton John Deere Dealer, has announced Saturday, Jan. 24 as John Deere, Day in Fenton. The program starts at 1:15 p.m. in the' Fenton Community Center. "We have lined up a full day of activity for all farmers and their families," Mr Weisbrod said. "There will be equipment demonstrations, a lunch following tin* prograiit and of course a new filni program. The new John Deere Grain Dryer Will be introduced" as part of the feature, "What's New for 1959." Guests will see step-by- step how this portable batch-type dryer works. All farmers will bo interested in the film on John Deere multi-purpose sprayers too. These units can be used foi distributing liquid fertili?er and for spraying crops of livestock Many other new and irnprovcc\ John Deere machines will be in troduccd, as well. "This year's John Deere Dny •Program will include the ,gteiSH.6sl variety of entertainment w'e have e'ver shown," Mr Weisbrod explained. "We have a great now Gordon Family film, a magic act, a movie visit to the John Deer* Harvester plant, 'Oddities' i'i Farming, 1 two nationally famous vaudeville acts, and plenty ot colorful numbers by the John Deere Singers and Dancers." A show in it&elf, "Oddities in Farming" concentrates on the unusual in Harvesting, , and takes- John Deere Day guests to three, different parts of the country — Florida, Callfbrrt'iac and Wisconsin. One»of"&*kind harvester,* and a product \tak0n from the ocean make up '&n interesting film, Anolhei 1 unusual, "outlook -6n harvesting will,b'e sHtfwa with the full-cOlof movie"lout through the John Defere Combine plant, Ndvelty .numbers and musica features round out the, show to make it entertainment tHe" whole family will feiijoy., ,> . A' '"tickets'-w^i bo required thi? year," Mi\1V.feisbrod added. "Many farmers ' tiavfe received . then through the mail,* but there arc extras available .free at our store for any w)io" need -them." Hire New Sentral High Teqchen; , Fentpn J — William 'O'Brien ha been hired by the Sentral Schoo Board to replace - Mr£, Orial Christian'sen pf.'Hingsted who r . w e fi . .fesigried, be, teaching 9th ana lOtli grad English. A graduate of* Buen Vista College at Storm Jjake, hi home toVn is ,Fonda, Iowa. Mr O'Brien" is .married and th father of a.sevdn month .old son They will be living in the teach erage aT *Seneca. Mrs " Henr Lo'oft has been substituting teach ing the past douple weeks 1 unt: Mrs Chhstianseh was replaced. A person can't hope tor sue cciS — he 'has'to "hop" 'for it. Clara Gremmels Rites, Fenton, On Saturday - Funeral services were icld Saturday afternoon, Jan. 17 or Mrs Clara Gremmels, 54, who lied Wednesday at Lakeview lest Home at Emmetsburg. Mrs jremmels had been in poor lealth the last few years, and death was due, to infirmities of Id age. Clara Schallin Gremmels was >orn Feb. 5, 1875 at Milwaukee, Wis. the daughter of Wilhelmina 1 . nd John Schallin. She was bap- ized and confirmed in the Lu- .heran faith. Aug. 6, 1901 she was United in marriage to George remmels. The couple farmed southwest of Fenton/ Mr Gremmels preceded his wife in death on Nov. 5, 193t1. Survivors are a daughter, (Viola) Mrs M. E. Hiatt of rural Cylinder, and a son Raymond of edar Rapids.' Two step-daughters, . Mrs Lawrence Back and Mrs Joe'Back of Salem, Oregon, Two brothers, John Schallin of Lone Rock and Frank Schallin of Algona. Thirteen grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren. Onfe son.Arthur died in infancy. Also preceding her in death .were three brothers and six sisters and two step-sons. Family rites were at the Funeral .Home at 1 p.m. and public services ,at 2 p.m. at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville. Rev Martin Peters of, Immanuel Lutheran church at Lotts Creek was in \,charge. Burial was in the- Fairville cemetery. ' Mrs Henry Williamson of Ruthven and Mrs Harry Ritchardt ol Mallard were dinner .guests Wednesday in the Everett Dreyer home. The group visited in the J6hn kohlwes home in the 'afternoon. Mr and Mrs Robert Berkalanc and, sxms, of Sf.. Paul came Friday evening ,to spend the'weekend ir. the parental "B. G, Berkelam home. Sunday they attended baptismal services for Timothy John, infant son of Rev. and Mrs Paul Mork at Immanuel Lutheran •church in . Forest City. Rev Mork officiated at the service and sponsors were Mr arid Mrs Berke- larid,: brother-in-law; and • sistei of "Mrs Mork arid Cynthia and Marilyn Mork, sisters 'of Rev Mork, .Others attending Ih'e s^r- vices were Mr and Mrs Otto Wiiberg, grandparents of the infant , and also his great grand- "•'Othpr, Mrs Jens Halverson oi Ringsted. Rev. and Mrs Morh emenainect at dinner in honor of the occasion. ' Bellinger and presented a picture Wichtendahl gave a talk "on typ0s of wood. For recfefctlon, garni! were played aiid following "'" lunch was sefved tjy.the* Verna Cifele ftfrC' , The Verna Circle bt tft_ met Thursday;" afW»A*6n in thte home of Mrs Merle Volgt. Mrs Harvey Walker ,l6d th*e worsHfp service and Mrf- S. E, Stf&ley presented a dlSeuSsiofi oh Cattflrdfc takon from the book 'Concerns of a Continent.' Announcements Were made that*th,e.World Djty of Prayer will be held JFrid&y, Feb. 13; A study ebUrse On Isiab will begin Feb^4 and the auction sale is to be held Saturday, Feb. 21. .* *' The prayer circle 'was led b'y Mrs John Theesfield. The February meeting will b? in the home- 01 Mrs Herschal, Hartman. Mr and Mrs Ray Sioebar and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne were -Sunday dinner guests in the Oliver Stoeber home at Peterson. Mother of six children and living on a tefnyMfs 0*Btteff has had some of hfef work a£ a fr&6- lance writer accepted and prfftt- ed b^ publication^. . , The club .met ift the home bi Mrs Ernest Votteler with' Mts Art Pfiebe of Lone ftock co-host* ess. Mrs Hilbert Bierstedt , and Mrs E. J, Frank were Inehafge of the program. Sentral Gets 3, All-Star Band Fenton — Three Sentral Com* munity high school students have been selected to represent the school in the Northwest Iowa Bandmaster Assoiation Festival Band. Each school is allowed to re- Mrs Ted Nelson Club Hostess Fenlon — Mrs Ted Nelson wa.i hostess to the Independence Mixers Farm Bureau , Club in her home the afternoon;of Jan. 15. Business was conducted "-by the president, Mrs Clarence Underwood. ' •• ' A very interesting' -lesson on 'Favored Flavors' was' given- by Mrs Ted Nelson^-For 1 refreshments she served cinnamon toast, dilly cookies' using* -crushed dill seed, and anise refrigerator <»ook- 'ies. - ", - Mrs William Wiener, told about her recent trip to Florida. Attending beside the hostess were Mesdames Ruben Berkland, Clarence Underwood, William Wiener, Dale Voigt, Joy Jensvold, Harry Barkve Sr., Wilfred Bifir- stedt, Bertel Berkeland, Eldon 'Rhodes and Thomas TVaiten. commend five instrumental music students. Students' comprising the band represent 85 northwest Iowa Schools. Sentral students are , Susan Montgomery, flute; Craig Bldn- chard and Paul GeitzenaueT, cornets. These students traveled to Storm Lake last Saturday, Jan. 10 to rehearse. • On Feb. 14 they will go to Cherokee for an all day rehearsal and the band will present^a concert in the eveningi The festival gues't conductor, will be Eric Leidsen, well-knowri .composer and arranger of band music, Participating band 'directors are conducting an advance ticket sale. Adult tickets- may be secured by contacting Warren Lt Jones. Student tickets -.will be sold only at the ticket 'off ice that evening. three children; aase Mrs M4lvift children. Other, sufVivors feik sisters. of Fenton and Mrs Ofaf Mofja&a, of.. Cylinder recently, returned ffom, 6 trip ,to Californfa,/.-AV coftipanying them .wiest fol % vacation in California was Mrs Freda Siems. , - 4 . , •— 4, Miss Ruby j ltantelniatt, ~ twin sister of Mrs John VfbM, til Fentonrreturned with the.paljly and is presently a guest in tkc home of ,h«r ; sister, Mrs Norland,',! . Mr and Mts floyd. Duncan had as Sunday dihrter guests»Mr. and Mrs T. C, Trenaty and Sfln Keri^, neth, Mr and Mrs Harold Becker;' all of Burt .and the Eldon D,un» can family of Fenton. " i >;v Emil Frank is a patient at S£ Ann hospital, Algdna. / •>"' Jane Roger b Contest Winner Fenian —• Seritral School's foffi.' ii Jane ttf M? aM Mrs «fohn fttiger , f ftfte received the highest score rSO'-Minute Written ttAmiflft- ttett *6h hto«6ftiaklng i ; knowledge attitudes lakes by\ graduating senior 'girls; She will re the" .slflgan" 'Home Is The Hea*t Is/ Jane's istamination pager wiU be etiter- ted in 'eompetitidn With those of btWter sfchtfdl winners in Jhe state to name" the state Betty Ctdckef Homemak^r, of Toirior- liach state Homemaker. of Tomorrow Will receive a $1,500 , ^an education '-trip , April 44,0, With her school advisor jo Washmgton, p< C., . colonial .Williamsburg, ;#&* New York 'City and Minneapolis; ang she Wiirbe a candidate for the title bf. All- American , Homemaker of tomorrow. General Mills -will award a $500 scholarship to each ktate runrier*up. , . , - '• » '" ' *•'* l JIL .jJjl-.-n— . ••• _______ ________ ""I It you kee^ your "ear to the ground' ydli' C'ah pick'U£ a lot of 'dirt. , . • • . , T08UI10 Ofc REMODEL? I '' l • L ~ *i * * ** v ' &ii helto ybti with iourid building advice —arid supply ill,the ls you fleed. We mates if desi*<*4V, • V °V jji. i v . / u- 'i,* r -v ,-** >* j x '* -. Speaker, Fenton Fenlon — Mrs Edmund O'Brien of Whittemore was the guest speaker Tuesday afternoon at the Fenton Woman's Club. Mrs O'Brien urged that everyone with any talent — music, writing, drawing, painting, use it. : A talent should-'be developed, not allowed to shrivel with the years. ' - , • ' l John G. Hansen Rites Thursday Fenlon — Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at £ p.m. for John G. Hansen, 55, ol Armstrong, at the Nazareth Lu Ihcran church in Armstrong. Mr Hansen died,Sunday afternoon at 4:25 at the Holy Family Hospital. He had been hospital- ..iz^d.iolj.o.w.ingj.^ stroke zuid died of complications.-*""'" . ""; ''* Mr .Hansen was the son of Mrs* Mary C. Hansen of Fenton,, ami the late John Hansen. He ' was bortt April 8, 1903 on a farni between Fenton and Ringsted. Ht 1 received his education-in the Fcn- toii area-.schools. April 1930, ho was married to Luella Wagner of Armstrong." Mr Hansen farmed for many years near Fenton. . He, is survived by his wife and NORTHRUP KING'S NEW GREEN MANURE ALFALFA TERRA VERDE ALFALFA Builds profits 5 ways • Special Non-Hardy Blend • Two Crops in One Year • Deep Roots • Builds Soil Fertility • Increases Yields let us show you how Terra Verde Brand can make your land more productive FENTON COOP ELEVATOR CO. FENTON, IOWA - U-Deal-Em Club Mrs Clayton D^tsworth was hostess to the U-Deal^Em Bridge club in her home on Monday, Jan . High score prize went to Mrs Larry Alt, second high to Mrs Ray Stoeber and low to Mrs E. K Johnson,, Guests ; playing foi absent club membars were Mrs Johnson, Mrs Arlo Ranney, Mrs E. W. Ruske, and Mrs J. A. Schwartz. ..After school guests for re- freshmentsi ; -were MrS Alfred Peterson and Mrs Cecil Christiansen of Ringsted and Mrs Fred Newel, sixth, fifth and 'third grade teachers in the Fenton school. LCKY WINNERS GILBERT SCfUBNER JR. FRED HAACK v"-^ Each Win 10 Gallons Of Gas afion Mrs Schwarlz Hcstess Mrs'J.. A. Schwartz was hostess to the Saturday Afternoon Bridge club on Jan. 10 at her home." High score honors went to Mrs Arlo Ranney, second high to Mrs Paul Eigler, arid low to Mrs Curtis Lura. Guests were Mrs Paul Eigler, Mrs Curtis Lure and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth. 4-H Club Hostess The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met in the home of, Jeanette i Wichtendahl on Monday, Jan. 12. 1 Roll call was answered by ten members. Three guests were jresent.for the meeting. During ;he business meeting, plans were made to have a pancake supper. Following the business meeting, demonstration was given by Judy and Joyce Berkland on 'Pre. paring Woods to Finish.' Carol Matching box spring $39.95 THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, lowo Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals Mgy Be Referred To Ui With Confidence hPiti FiNTQN , 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 BUTTON-FREE 4 MATTRESS Specially made.,. specially priced I Save during Sealy's 78th Birthday Solo BUTTON-FREE'Deluxe $.A095 ?S, ' twin highefpriced tl(« bidding Moling l>ox iprlng $49.95 I URN ITURt ^ IN FINTON/ I9WA Worth Driving Miles To See For Yourself! STATEMENfT OP CONDITION FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK '• Of • Armstrong, Iowa, (Fenton Office) DECEMBER 31, 1958 - ASSETS - LIABILITIES - Cash & Dueirorn Banks ......i^S' 527,786.98 U. S. Bonds & Securities -1-—/ Municipal Bonds and Securities , t 62,036.57 Loans 8z Discounts -_--_'_J!L 1,578,140.35 Banking House, Furniture.,' ' '\ ' ; and Fixtures J__lL_lk* ''' 9,804^7 ' Capital Stock -—$ 50.000.00 Surplus 100,000.00 Undivided Profits ___' 186,278.89 Reserves \, 1 —1 50.DOO.OO T 5,000.00 Dividends, Payable _— Deposits i ,2,938.689.45 Total Assets ________ ..... L_ -$3,329,968.34 Total Liabilities $3,329,968.34 John F. O'Neill, President • r' * C. I. Smith, Vice President , Leo E. Fitzgibbons,. Vice President F. S. Manor, Cashier , *« , RitaWo'is, Asst. Cashier .v OFFICERS and DIRECTORS ' i>l • ' •- 'James M. O'Neill,'Asst. Cashier * M. Anderberg, Director Andrew Johnson. Director < Frank J. Steiner, Director t,. *, •" ' • Gerald'Voigt, Office Mgr.. Fenton YOUNG TO. RETIRE" futures the v unpredictable Tom Gor- >A tttfn In a brand-new farming predicament. DATE: TIME: JAN. 24 1:15 P.M., FENTON COMMUNITY CENTER Listen to the-famous Mid-States Four, and the John Deere Singers anct Dancers pre*c|nt your favorite numbers, N ' 'W '* 'V The Great John*tone, magician-comic, presents Max the Magnificent in an • unforgettable escape act. ', < ^ ii See Internationally famous vaudeville team Willy West and McGinty, TV// and xylophone artist Will Mahoney In their acts that have thrilled audiences from coast to coast. ^_^.,.,^.,, .^.,.,,.,!3 t . . What's New for 1959 . , . a rare behlnd-the- Plil/5«** scenes yiftJIJo^the John Deere combine plant to watch them "Building and Their ForniUe«, Jusf Br/ng T/ckefs,,, Ayoihbh WQW af Q^r 4 . -^'^^ ,** 1 ' — **faf. ** FINTQN, |OW4 FRIi COFFEi^^PMQHNUTS AFTER THE-SHOW

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