The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1959 · Page 14
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PoblHhetl By Th» &pj»et Hit Mome* Co., Algeria, Iowa February 5, JMtt» ARtfttH New* Editor MWNWMl fr-Atgono (16.) Upper DM Motnel Thursday, Feb. S, 19S9 _ Add 21 Families, Fenton Rural Route Coverage F«nton *— Twenty-one families in the Fenton area will benefit from the new extension of rural mail service out of Fenton. Two families have had the service for several- week and service to the others will become effective Saturday, Feb. 7. Of this number, 3 families are transferring from the Ringsted route and one from Cylinder route. Mr and Mrs William Hanlel- man and girls and Mr and Mrs LUCKY WINKERS! Sylvester Hainzinger AND * Arnold "* Nielsen . (For The Second Time) EACH WIN 10 GALS, of GAS FREE. REGISTER EVERY TIME YOU'RE IN •'Phillip Ray Stoeber were Monday eve- ing "guests in the Wilfred Stoeber home. Mrs Alex Radig is spending several weeks in the home of her daughter, Verona, the Glen Berntson family at Paullina. Mr and Mrs Berntson are parents of a new baby son. They have a daughter age five and a son age 4. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske entertained Tuesday evening, Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler, Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber and Mr and Mrs George Murphy. Friday guests in ihe Nyles Heggen home were Mrs Eddie Silrum and children of Badger, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mrs Dick Underwood and children, Mrs Melvin Berkland and children and Mrs Albert Mitchell. Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber spun! the weekend with Mr and Mrs Kenneth Steines at Fairmont, Jerry Waile, student at Kansas State College, Manhatteh, Kan., spent se.veral days between semesters with his parents, Dr and Mrs John Watte. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske were recent guests in the Manford Peterson home at Swea City. Diane Frink, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ervin Frink, was named the 1959 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow from the Cylinder High .School. CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to our neighbors, friends and Fenton and Ringsted firemen for their help during and after our recent fire. Harold Eimers and family. .5* PHILLIPS "66" STATION (DON'S SERVICE CO.) , FENTON CARD OF THANKS I wish.to thank Rev. Friedrich, relatives, friends, and the different clubs and organizations who showed so much kindness with cards, flowers and other gifts during my illness. Mrs Henry i Tieman. 5* USED FARM Coming Events Thursday, Feb. 5 — W.S.C.S.; Fairville Ladies Aid. Monday, Feb. 9 — Legion meeting. Tuesday, Feb. 10 — Fenton Woman's Club. Wednesday, Feb. 11 — Sentral Band Mothers. Thursday, Feb. 12 — Depew Fellowship Circle; Dorothy Circle of the W.S.C.S. Friday, Feb. 13 — Legion Auxiliary, Elevator Men f At Annual State Meeting Fenton — Directors and manager of the .Fenton Co-operative EleVator Co.,attended a three-day convention in Des Moines last week. ; They were Paul Vbigt, Wm. Jentz, Amer Cody, Otto Borchardt, Norman Larson and Cur;is Lura, manager. Mrs Voigt and Mrs Lura accompanied them to Des Moines to shop. ' Hotel Fort Des Moines was icadquarters for the combined invention of the Farmers' Grain Dealers' Association of Iowa, Termers' Elevat'or Service Co. and Farmers' Mutual Insurance Company. Brother Dies In California Mrs Ray Stoeber received word ;his past week of the death of her airpther, Earl Bassett, in San Francisco* He was fifty years old. Cause of death was a heart attack. He, is survived by his wife, two children and one grandchild. His parents, Mr and'Mrs Charles Bassett of Sherburn are deceased. Mrs Bassett grew up dn Fairmont and went out west about 30 years ago. Benefit Pancake Supper Fenton Forward 4-H club will hold its .annual benefit Pancake Supper Friday, Feb. 6, <at the Community Center. 'Serving will start at 5:30 p.m. and continue to 8 p.m. MACHINERY $550.00 1-1948 ALUS CHALMERS WC tractor with WD pistons, painted, overhauled .. 1-CASEWELL MANURE LOADER, w/both buck-«M| 7JC All ets, mountings for IHC "M" _„ __ . $ I I tl.UU 1-JOHN DEERE 10 ft. CC Field Cultivator 1-JOHN DEERE No. 5 7 ft. Power Mower . 1—I.H.C, 440 — 4-row Corn Planter on rubber, . and fertilizer attach. —.__ 1-NEW IDEA 12 A Tractor spreader, in A-l shape. _ . 1-NEW IDEA 10 A tractor spreader, on rubber, A-l shape _. $145.00 $175.00 $250.00 $345.00 $ 90.00 3-NEW IDEA CORN PICKERS, pull and mounted ..... look them over. WE IS B ROD Implement FENTON, IOWA 160 At John Deere Day ; - !; , About .160, persons, registered at the John Deere Day held in Fenton Saturday, Jan. 24, sponsored 'annually by the Weisbroc Implement Co. One of. the shori films showed-pea harvesting a LeSueur, Minn., The feature film was 'Too Young to Retire.' Prizes were awarded; to those whose names were drawn. Ernest'Muel- ler of rural ^Fenton, 'Harolcl Riggert of rural Whittemore," William H. Jentz of rural Fenton. The ladies prize went to Mrs Donald Root of rural Fenton. Depew WMF Mel The St. John's; WMF'of Depew met Thursday, Jan. 29 with Mrs Hurt Maaland and Mrs Glen Maaland as hostesses. Pastor Johnson led the Bible study. Mrs Paul Zumach had charge of the program. 'A skit was given by Mrs Nyles Heggen, Mrs Melvin Berkand and Mrs Ervin Ruhnke. Club Card Party Twenty-one tables of '500' were n play last Wednesday night at ,he Town and Country Woman's Club benefit card party at the Fenton Community Center. Travel prize was awarded Bal jert Schwarzenback. Mrs Clarence Wegener had high score for the ladies, Mrs Herschel Hart man, second high. Elmer Grei nert won the high score prize fo: men, Ervin Gremmels, • second high. Proceeds from the benefit help to finance the Club's annual Hal loween party. Among thosa from Ihii com» munity who attended thft Silvfer wedding anniversary recently -oi Mr and Mrs John Planting of Guckeen, Minn, were Mr and Mrs Richard Botchardt, Mr and Mrs Eugene Huskamp, Mrs Carrie Voigt, Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt and James and Mrs Olga Hus* kamp. Mrs Planting is the form* er Myra Steinbecker niece of Mr6 Carrie Voigt and Mrs Borchafdt. Rev. and Mrs A. C. Krueyer have recently returned from a three week trip to Florida. Mr and Mrs Mariin Hanielman were honored guests at a surprise anniversary dinner last Tuesday evening at the Ed Bruhn home* Brothers and the sister, Mrs Bruhn, staged a surprise turkey dinner for the couple, who were, married 25 years ago on Jan. 31. Others present were Mrs Hantelman's brother and his wife, Mr and Mrs Ted Meier, Rodman, Mr and Mrs Hilbert Hantelman, Mankato, Mr and Mrs Gerhart Hantelman and Paul, Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family. Mr and Mrs Gus Krause attended the concert Monday eyet ning of the Valparaiso University 65 piece concert band held at Fairmont. Sandra .Wrede, daughter of Mr and Mrs Enos Wrede of Fairmont, and a granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Krause of Fenton is a member. of the band. Sandra's mother, the former Elvira Krause is also a graduate of Valparaiso University. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn enter* tained Friday \evening, Mr and Mrs Harry Haase, Mrs Clara Fauerby, Mr and Mrs Martin; Hantelman, Mr and Mrs William'. Hantelman, Mr and Mrs Walt Pertl, and Mr and Mrs Dal© Weisbrod. The evening was spent playing 500.. The party tionored Mr and Mrs Haase who, have just recently moved to town. • :• Mrs B. G. Berkeland spent from Thursday to Sunday in the Swede Kalvig home at Kanawha. Friday evening supper guests in the Paul Cornelius home were Mr and Mrs Duane Cornelius and Sherri Lou of Ringsted and Ray Cornelius. •'•••' Mrs Eddie Silrum and children of Badger, Minn, visited in the Morris Mitchell home while Rev. Silrum attended a church conference in Wisconsin. Several courtesies have' been given in her honor. Wednesday guests at the Mitchell home were Mesdames Ole Pederson, Dick Underwood and children, Albert Mitchell, B. G; Berkeland, Ed 'Mitchell and Nyles Heggeh. •Lyle Hanson, young farmer living northwest of Fenton, was one of 36 men who were guests of the Moorman company on a 750- mile all-expense bus tour. The bus left Algona last Wednesday morning and returned to Algona ^riday morning. Members of Ihe forty - seven Club had a party last Thursday evening honoring the. defence Arbogasts at their home, Mrs Arbogast, a charter member 1 ol the dub and her husband ob* served their Silver wedding anniversary Feb. 1. Twenty » six ,were present at -the party, in* eluding the husbands of the dub members. Five Hundred was played for entertainment. Mrs Lloyd Suhde won ^travel and high score for the ladies. Low went to Mrs Norman Larson. Robert Krause won high for men and Gerald Brown, low. The Senlral Band Mothers will V 4neet Wednesday, Feb. 11, with hostesses, Mesdames Donald Root; chairman; Edwin Wichtendahl, Clarence Yager, Kenneth Halverson, E; A. Lee, Lewis Breese and Don Blanchard. Fenton Mayor In Cor Crash Fenton — Gus Krause, Fenton mayor, escaped injury last week when he collided "with another car south of Depew. Krause was driving his pick-up truck at 'the '.time of the mishap, and when it appeared to him that the other 'car wasn't going to stop as it approached, the pavement, Krause attempted to stop, thus 'avoiding what could have been a serious accident. Damage was to the front of the truck. Sofchofnoies *-, Herbie Kfarise, Muriel Nordine and Loveda Kohl- Wes. " ' '-'• -. •"" , Fresnin^n-^ -Virge-anV stedt, Barbara Wehrspahh Sharon Sullivan, Honor Roll At Sentral Named Fenton —' Students named on the Sentral honor roll are as follows: Seniors — Janet Behne, Marilyn Johannesen, Janice Osborn, Jane Kuger, Susan Breeze, Judy Marlow, Marilyn Rath, Janice Bierstedt, Lois Wilberg, Ardyth Drone, Evalon Schlei, Pam Weisbrod, Judy Eigler,. Karen Kueck, Norma Larson and, Margaret Nielson. * . Juniors — Craig Blanchard, Nancy Fischer, Earl Jentz, Judy Jentz, Carol Johannesen, Judy Juhl, Darlene - Johnson, David Weber, Carol ' Hanisch, Susan Hantelman, Vergene Norland, Lynn Menz and Jerry Newbrough. SENECA Roger , 'Menz left a week ago Sunday for California where he expects to find employment. He is at New Port Beach Where the Kauffman boy§ are livihg while attending ; college. - ' , Mr and Mrs Lawrehce Fergu* son and family. left recently for New Auburn, Wis., where they will make their home. The Fldyd Brekkes have moVed on td the farm vacated by. .the Fergusons and one of the Joe Kennedy boys will farm where the. Brekkes formerly farmed. Mr and Mrs Elmer Letcher^ Mr Ellis Letcher and Mr Lark Let* cher of Alexandria, South Dakota were from" Sunday, Until Tuesday visitors at the Lester Osborn home. They came to attend the funeral of a cousin, ' Everett Letcher, at Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft visited at . the .Fred Looft home at Swea City Sunday afternoon. -Mrs Fred Looft is recuperating from a broken arm which she sustained last Thursday when she fell down the cellar stairs at her home. club honored Mr and Mrs Myron Speer at a farewell party at their home last Thursday evening. The Blakjer Luther League will be hosts at a Pocket Testament League banquet to be held at the church parlors Sunday evening at 6 o'clock. Ted Oakland, gresldent 61-,tne student,bddy at Waldorf Mefe, Forest dity, will be the guest speaker. LONE NEWS • IYITS Afthd;Alke» Mr arid Mrs Gedrge-Alke ana Janice all of Titonka and Mr " ahd Mrs - Jerry Radlg were dinner guests at the honie of the Lewis* SeegebarthsY , A birthday party was Sunday evening 'for Kathy Jensen, daugh* tef of Mr,and Mrs Rogef Jen* sen. Guests were Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig, Mr and Mrs Hoy Jensen and son James, Tena Jensen and Mr and Mrs Dean Jer • gensen ahd family of Algona, -Mr and Mrs Russell J£n§en and family, Mr and Mrs-Wm Knoll and family* Mr Otto Jensen of Fenton Were Saturday dinner guests at the A. Lv Jackfrian home, the occasion being Mrs Jensen's and Mrs Knoll's birth-, day. | • IF IT'S NEWS, Wfi WANT IT You <*et More Allen's BIG CLEARANCE Of WALLPAPER & LINOWALL 2700 Rolls Of Sidewall In Stock To Choose From 9c-19c-29c ALL PRESENT STOCK MUST GO TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW LINOWALL NOW ARRIVING All 1958 Colors and Older Priced Accordingly ! 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