The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1959 · Page 20
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By Th* t>pp«r 0*t Moln« PuWlthinfl Co., Algona, lewo % • 12 Hams Free Friday Nite! So Be There! Fenton — Virgil Finncstad and Ronald Beardsley were the lucky •Winners of free hams Friday evening when their names were drawn at Fenton business places. Five others missed getting hams since they were not in Fenton. They were Jim Laabs, Mrs Fred Frink, Mrs Bennie Berkland, Charlotte Wichtendahl and Esther Hintz. Twelve names will be drawn for hams this Friday eve- ning. . i.,.' f < Woman's Club Met The Fenton Woman's club met Tuesday with Mrs Lester Weisbrod with Mrs Waldmar Lnage assisting hostess. Serving on the program committee were Mrs E. K. Johnson nnd Mrs Charles Newel. Mrs George Pallesen of Ringsted, guest speaker, used as her topic 'Romances of our Presidents.' Members of the club had a most interesting roll call, by giving the name of a famous American whose last name began with the same letter as the person sitting to their right at the meeting. Mrs Homer Matlheisen was welcomed as a new member and Mrs Florence Bchne was a club guest. , The Legion Auxiliary met Fri- r ,» •n. i i' i \ i , i 't , t' Controls MASTITIS orQronr money back 79 2 tinbes FREE 1 *•* P«rch<u« of 10 * FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR FENTON] IOWA • ' ^w -.-. » j THE RESPONSE IS MOST PLEASING NEW 195$ FURNITURE AT PETERSEN'S IN FENTON, IOWA 95 Full or twin slzo Matching box spring $39.93 Seafy BUTTON-FREE 1 MATTRESS $p«cfolly mad«.» specially priced I Savt during tally's Birthdoy Sal* ^ BUTTON-FREE* Deluxe 95 *••»• mrm m EK9EN ,4 :A FURNITURE t , IN FiNTQN, IOWA Worth Privin 0 Mllfi To See Fpr Yownelfl 6-Algona (la.) Upp«r DM Moine* Thursday, Feb. 19, 1959 MRS. AftOCTM HALVER50N • -'" v N«w* Editor day afternoon in the home of Mrs Donald Steinbcrger with 12 in attendance. Mrs Hans Baago, Child Welfare Chairman, reported that a total of 356 coffee strips and labels were sent to the Christmas Club. Members voted to send.$5 to the Mental Health Institute in Cherokee. Following the business meeting, Mrs Waldmar Laoge gave a legislative re-< port. The March meeting will be with Mrs Charles Newel. William J. Sioeber, son of Mr and Mrs Oliver Stoeber of Peterson, Iowa, formerly of Fenton, en employee of the A. C. Nielson Marketing Research firm, recently received his permanent assignment, and is now at Raleigh, North Carolina. He received hia Bachelor of .Arts degree in Sociology at the University of Iowa last June. Bill is a graduate of the Fenton High School in 1949. He then completed an eight month course at the Electronics Radio and Television Institute in Omaha and was employed Electronics Technician at Boeing Aircraft In Wichita, until he was called into service. After completing services, he went back to Boeing for one year, then attended Iowa State College at Ames one year, transfei ; rirtg to the University where he graduated last year. The Depew Fellowship circle met Thursday with Mrs Donald Twait. Mrs, William 'Dewall was in charge of the Bible Study and Mrs Melvin Berkland had the devotions. A reading on Japan was given by Mrs Paul Zumach. Guests of .the circle were Mrs Douglas Sieberti Mrs Theodore Naig and the Rev. O. Johnson. Mr and Mrs Chester Skaar, Harold and Bernett of Prhnghar were Sunday guests in the Albert Mitchell home. In the evening, the Mitchells and their guests and also Mr and Mrs Duane Habeger and family, Mr and Mrs Milford Mitchell and Miss Marian Mit- gaard were entertained at supper in the Dick Underwood home at Lone Rock. Mrs Dale Weisbrod was hostess to the Dorothy Circle Thursday afternoon in her home. Mrs Clara Haase ,was assisting hostess. The lesson was presented by Mrs, Ray Zweifel and the devotions and prayer circle was in charge of Mrs Clarence Under- wo,bd. •• •'•'-. V • ' The Friendly Neighbor Club met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs: Jim Langerman with Mrs Elmer Krause assisting hostess. Fifteen members were present to answer roll call by naming their favorite casserole dish. Mrs Hans Baago and Mrs Herschall Hartman presented a lesson on Textiles. . The Fenton Township Homemakers will meet this Friday.af- ternoon in 'the home of Mrs H,enry Schroeder, with Mrs Dale Schroeder, assisting hostess. Roll call will be -a Valentine gift exchange. This is to be a homemade article not to exceed 50c in value. The lesson for the afternoon will be;; "Buymanship of Bedroom Furnishings." Home Grown Donut Business Keeps Fenton Couple Moving ta* CM!* - •*!'>/•' Mrs S, £, Slraley T t*ft«d In ihe aid Mtold noffit, Likt Mflls, several days last week/ " . >>. f. and Mis E. W. Stake W&e #eeeht diHttet gtteSiS of Mife Fei-tt . ^ $ » ; ~ Paul Cora^litt-, is confitt&d to bed at .her HoSi v e following a fail at heif hottife, 1ft whScli &h<* stiffened a back injury; Mrs Cqftfelfua Is feeling fine btil dcH:* tof :says she ^11 problbly"*b6 cdHfined to" her bed for three , . — -Biakjet W.M.P.;- Independence Mixers. Friday, Feb. ,20 r- Fenton Township"-Hbni&nakers.i. „ ' Thursday, Teb; 26 *- St. John's W.M.F. ;.- ' <,,,- v,.' T ,* •*..— ... - ' • * Girl Burned By Grease Recovers Fenton — Cindy, three-year old daughter of Mr 'and Mrs Carl Jenseh'j is)recovering nicely after sufferirig '-burns . on her hands, heck and chest, when she pulled a bowl of hot grease from a kitchen cupboard last Sunday. The first t .degree burns ,were treated by .the family physician, who says there will be no scars from the burns. The first bandages were removed Thursday. tUCKY WINERS! WI1K 6MAR LENNINO ' ROGEft ANDERSON LOREN 5KARE (Cheek The Numberi : tvferV Wfiffek) EACH WIN "10 GALS, of GAS FREE. REGISTER EVERY TIME YOU'RE IN ^ ;••••'•. <T)L-il- Phillips . >'*^^7./ K, PHILLIPS '6 6 tn STATION (DON'S^SERVICE CO.) FENTON A home-grown business enterprise is keeping Mr and Mrs Dick Theesfield of Fenton pretty "doughnut minded." They are producing a package of cello-wrapped doughnuts, with the trade rfame of "Dick's Do•Nuts", which seem to be meeting with .hearty approval from stores in the areas where they are now getting distribution. It all began about three months ago. Mr and Mrs Theesfield; who operate Dick's Cafe in Fenton, had specialized -in serving up freshly-fried doughnuts to go with the v numerous mid-morning and mid-afternoon coffee breaks in the cafe. Then they packaged the doughnuts in an assortment of dozens and put them on sale. < The response was excellent. Dick contacted several grocers in Algona, and Whittemore, as well as FQQjbon," and Hvound up,- with orders for 1'80 dozen the first week he expanded his doughnuts business. The Theesfields do their doughnut frying on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and .their deliveries are made Tuesdays and Thursdays at present, all subject to change of course. In the adjacent picture Dick is shown with his new doughnut machine. The first one used was not adequate to handle the volume. The new, machine enables the man and wife team to get.faster production. They USQ a pre-mix batter and can fry 1% dozen at a time. The assortment in each package is something they worked out themselves. Dick is a son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Theesfield, former Fen- tort, folks, now living in Fairmont. Mrs Theesfield is the former Marie Faulstich of Lotts Creek." They purchased the Fenton Cafe from Alvin Zumach in 1957, discovered the old doughnut machine, and decided to put it to use. Now they find 'they, are "in the doughnut business." , The newest angle is a catering service. The •firm will furnish all the doughnuts, fresh and made on the spot, at-grand'openings or open houses " for • business firms anywhere in the area. They will also provide the'coffee,-and all the help, relieving the proprietors at such event's of any responsibility during the day or evening. They take their doughnut machine right with them. It • re- ,6lijrcs comparatively little space Tin which to operate. v *_ As of last week, production was running between 150 and 200 dozen* r a week. Grocers in 'the^ Ringsted - Armstrong-Esther-vi^le area have also asked about handling Dick's Do-Nuts, and more expansion is possible if the Theesfields find they can handle the production of more of the luscious, assorted doughnuts, (UDM foto and engraving). '•••*. FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE TOWN OF FENTON, IOWA FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31. 1958 January 1, 1958 through December 31, 1958 RECEIPTS Tax Office Receipts Receipts 1. General Government 1,801,95 1,100.57 2. Street _ 3,533.15 193.59 3. -Public Safety 2,019.22 15.00 4. Sanitation ....... 706.89 44.20 6. Recreation 301.79 7. Utilities 3,164.82 8. Debt Service 3,735.39 9. Trust and Agency _..^__.._ 201.01 12. Road Used Tax 1,889.16 1-1. Liquor Profit 507 28 GRAND TOTAL RECEIPTS 12,300.00 6,914i62 EXPENDITURES Other Expenditures Total 530.11 1,103.11 6,170.84 "" 113824 _._. .—_ . '482 36 • S?n'V£ ation 220.00 - 275.16 7. Utilities 1,180.83 689.00 2,100.74 8. Debt Service 3,000.00 780.00 9. Trust and Agency GRAND TOTAL EXPENDITURES 5,221.45 REPORT OF UTILITIES 1958 RECEIPTS! Water Workal Sale of Water or Electricity .. 2,808.00 Taxes 35682 1 Total Receipts. 1958 . 3 164 82 EXPENDITURES: ".*<».<« Salaries and Wages: Operation - 1,180.83 Outlay — New Improvements: New Equipment . 68900 Other Outlay . goo? OTHER EXPENDITURES: Salaries And Wages 573.00 1,107.31 1. General Government 2. Street 3. Public Safety . I.I...I..III 2,'l36!31 4. Sanitation 220.00 Capital Outlay 689.00 3,000.00 3,689.00 Other Receipts Total 2,902.52 3,726.74 2.034.22 751.09 301.79 3,164.82 3,735.39 201.61 1,889.16 507.28 19,214.62 7,278.15 3,274.55 486.36 495.16 3.970.57 3,780.00 186.36 20,574.26 186.36 11,663.81 4 Sentral High Students Rate 2 In Speech Fenton , — , Sentral high school students competing in the. speech contests were Judy Juhl, Gene Gardner, Judy Marlow and Carol Hanish. All received a No. 2 rating. Judy Marlow .will compete in the Spencer'.meet-with her humorous, entry. In a business transaction completed last week, Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedt purchased the .home of Mr and Mrs 'Gerald Gochenour. As of March l,,the Bierstedts' son-in-law and dau- . ghter, Mr and f Mrs James Meyer wiir i: 'live,, in,"'the home; ''James Meyer has taken over'the Standard Oil Tank -Wagon business .formerly operated by Goch'eAour Meyer has previously been employed ' by the. Standard Oil Co at Mason City. He has mor< recently been employed byWelp's of Bancroft. The Gochenour •family* will make their home in Furniture Sale IN , • • COMMUNITY CENTER AT FENTON, IOWA, ON ' Sat., FEB. 21 1:30 P.M. Davenport & matching chair Bedroom Suitef Complete) Platform Rocker . , Bed & spring (Complete) • Tilt back Rocker Two Dressers , , J . End Table ' ' • Desk (In good condition) Two-side chairs • Baby basket and stand Dinette Table r Four chairs This furniture will be sold following the sale of the Methodist ladies auction. , .NOT RESPONSIBLE, IN i , Gerald Gochenour OWNER \ Lloyd Berkland, Auctioneer First Trust & Savings Bank, Clerk THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Servic* ' Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 2,010.67 3,070,59 Total Expenditures, 1958 _„ CASH STATEMENT Balance on Hand — January, 1, 1958 1721591 Total Receipts for Year Ending December 31, 1958 19,214.62 Total to Account for 36,430.53 Total Expenditures for year Ending Pecember 31, 1958 .. 19,574.26 Add — Warrants Outstanding January 1, 1958 3200 Total , 19,596.26 Total Deduct from Total £a Account for 19,596.26 Balance on Hand — December 31, 1958 18,834.27 REPORT OF MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS DECEMBER 31, 1958 General Bonds 33,000.00 Grand Total ..' 33.000.00 VALUATION OF PROPERTY SUBJECT TO TAXATION ON ASSESSMENT OF JANUARY I, 1957 o{ Property: rty .„. .476,394.00 Real Prope Personal Property I™"~I~;*Ii!8lJ839!o( Telephone. JTelegraph and Set and Credits -.,......,..,^..,143,178.90 Rey, Hwvey WaJkear, Eugene Hvjskamp, Mrs Lyle Newel and Mrs Dale Weisbrod attended the Methodist churchmans seminar Monday and Tuesday in Pes Moines. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL 'DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You Tp Fenton WEISBROD 1 Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and 0EHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SFRVICE Building . Remodeling PHONI185or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, . HANTELMAN'S GARAOE Autp & Tractor Repain f ENTQNJIA, Phone 893 UOYD Licensed Re«l Ejtate Broker And Fenton, Iowa JUST TO LET YOU KNOW ! WE HAVE THEM AND - SELL THEM ! OAKES or A. R. WOODS Gas Brooder Stoves RITCHIE INSULATED AUTOMATIC Electric Livestock Waterers AERMOTOR Water Systems We Welcome A Chance To Give Estimates — No Obligations McFALL&RUSCH PLUMBING - HEATING - WIRING GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES IN FENTON SECURITY CONFIDENCE Your Bank Is Here To Serve Your bank is here to serve. This means not only the usual banking transactions — checking accounts, cashing checks, savings accounts—but some of the more personal matters, If you have problems Which may need the services of a bank, v/e invite you to talk it over with us. , • All deposits Insured to $ 10,000 By Federal Deposit Insurance Corp, FENTON OFFICE Fenton «• Armstrong ^^^^^^F ' ,^^R^^ ^^W fflRP KM ^IP

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