The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1959 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1959
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f Publishing C», t Aifcono, lowo "" "''""' v ' ,«,,,,., s-^ri^^mm^-' *' iy 1 " •-. '.' -I;,,,. ,|| Bi 'Aft**" 4iti«4tfAOi'.: " J " IVMC3N . s **t|l Sif tio ,. j %v^s.;i? ^.;, iib0! v ^' v\» >. *$ '^' ii ""T: |?^^^3^^S5zrr 4-A)gono {la.) Uppfer De> Moinej ThUriday, S, Sentral School Group For T-B Penicn— Personnel Of the Sert- tfal School system had cliest X'tays this past week. A mobile unit of the state department of > health and Iowa tuberculosis and 1 health association completed the survey of the 62 adults early Wednesday afternoon. Included were eleven bus drivers, eight hot lunch cooks, five custodians, three , office secretaries and thirty-five teachers. v Are Grandparents ,? Superintendent and Mrs Don ' Keoppel have became proud grandparents for the first. Mr and Mrs Keith Keoppel of Cedar Rapids ate parents of an 8 Ib. son born Feb. 21. He has been named Bradley Clark. The State Line Conference Band Festival was held Tuesdayj March 3, at Titonka. Nine students from Sentral played in the Select Band. Eddie • Lindsey, manager of a Dodge-Plymouth sales Company in .Marshalltown, was a recent business visitor in Fenton. He spent the night with his father, Henry C. Lindsey. * Among the out-of-town relatives and friends here for the funeral of E. J. Frank were Mr and Mrs Alvin Frank & Marilyn, Charles, City, Iowa; Mrs L. E. Frank of Hancock, Minn.; Genevieve Newel "of Chicago; Mr and Mrs Lyle Rogers, Mr and Mrs.C. E. Shaw of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Peter J. Schilts of'Bancroft^ Mr and Mrs Peter >Bohning t Belmond, Iowa, Mr and Mrs Harland Blewett of Alexander,, Iowa, Mr arid Mrs LeRoy Newel ,and Mr and Mrs Richard McCarty of Hartley. Mrs Richard 'Schil^s has returned to her home. at Long Beach, Calif, having been called here by the' death, of her fattier, Emil Frank. T .-Mary Cannon is convalescing at her home following & tonsil- lectow thi* »a*t week at the Holy faifttty Hospital at Esther* MrY Herb«! WttUke and daughter Paula of Cedar Kapids ate confifted to their home With the _..Umps: Mrs Weiske is 1 the former Janet McFall, daughter ot Mr arid Mrs Frank McFak of F*n* ton. ' , Mir and Mrs Franlt McFall and Mr ahd Mrs Art Voigt attended Open house for the 26th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Leo Steven at Algona, Suhday afternoon. Sunday dinner gt&si* In the Kenneth Johnson home were Mr and Mrs E.,, K. Johnson and Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and farcn ily 1 . 'The occasion was In honor of Lynnette's birthday which was Sunday and also the birthdays of Mrs E. K. Johnson and Candace Vaudt which is this -week. Mr and Mri Kenneth Halverson and Barbara were Sunday afternoon visitors in the ,Henry Froehling home, at Emmetsburg. Mr* Roy Chrischilles, Mrs Eugene Mansager and' Mar* old'Schlel ware three lucky winners ol free Harris Friday evening at the drawing in Fenton. Other names drawn were Willard Meriz, Mrs , Clayton Dilaworth, Adolph Httnteh,, Mrs William ' Gowans, David Berkland, -Mrs Lloyd Sunde, Joanne Lufkin, Mrs E.-J. Ffratik, Frank .Seely and Rudolph Hannover. Mr tutd Mrs Alb'ert Schwarzen- bash attended the weddirig of a nephew at Calumet Friday...They spent the 'weekend with their daughter and her family, the Schaffers at Yanktqn,-S. D. , Mrs Arnold Hanseiu- and Miss Ruth Hodgson'^are chairman for the Fenton are'a of the membership' drive of the Kossuth ..County Comniunity Concert Association.. .Those desiring tickets still have, until Saturday no'on, Feb. 7th to purchase their tickets. Mr and , Mrs Albert, -Mitchell went to Primghar' attend funeral services fof'-Seyren Skaar. , ' ".'.', . Mr and Mrs 1 Howard Blersiedt and family ^of Lone "Rock. \yere Friday'' evening visitors in the Franklin-Mueller home. Mr and Mrs Paul Wlnter-and By Ray Stoeber *",- ^'r' 7- your hometown Paint Expert, Julia were Wednesday evening Visitors in the parental Koe*t Miller home. CJiyifen rfeggen and Tylford Egland speht this past weekend in Minneapolis, Dr. and Mr* E. W. Ru«ke were l&sT Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Ervm Olsen at Spencar. Mr and Mrs Stanley Jansun of Ringslea weie srioay evening visitors in the Kennein Halverson home. The Nellie Circle of the WSCS met m thtk home of Mrs & ,W, Huskc for their .February meeting. Mrs Ed Reimers had the devotions and Mrs Lyle Newel presented the lesson. Mrs W. R. Wolfe has received word that her brother, R. Q. McFall has had major surgery at Oskaloosa, and that her sister- in-law, Mrs T. O. McFall, has had major surgery at St. Luke hospital at Cedar Rapids. The Gerald Gochenour family moved Saturday to their home at Sioux City. Mr and Mrs James Meyer of Bancroft are moving in the Gochenour home. The Edwin Cassem family of,Truman, Minn, have moved to the farm vacated by Forest McClures. The Cassems have 5 children at home: twins, Michael and.Mary, age two; Hazel in the 2nd grade, Dennis, a freshman, and Duane, junior. Mr and Mrs McClure and family have moved to Qooddl, Iowa. Mr and Mrs* Ed Schlel .were among those attending the 25ih wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Leo Steven at Algona Sunday. The Depew WMF met Thursday at' the church parlors with hostesses Mrs William DeWall and Mrs Morris Mitchell. The Home mission program was 'presented by the mission secretary, Mrs Russell Johnson. Mrs Art Juhl presented the lesson. Miss Marian ' Mitgaard, local kindergarten teacher, received word Friday morning that hey grandfather Mitgaard had died Thursday night. Funeral services were Tuesday at Fertle, Iowa. Mrs Webber Yager was hostess to the Saturday Afternoon Bridge Club this .past week. I Guests were Mrs' Amos Finnestad, Mrs Clarence Wegener and Mrs Ernest Votteler. High score prize went to ,Mrs Emma • Reimers, second high to' Mrs Art Krause" and low to Mrs Ernest' Votteler.' Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs • Webber.- 5 yagei*» were, Sunda v y» evening' diriner'guests' of, Mrs.-Bmmji Lone Rock Girl, Family In Bad Calif. Accident Lons Rock —• Mr and Mrs S^* nest Jensen received Wotd Friday (heir daughter tmfl her husbattd; Mr and Mrs Ed Wald end'Sil- dren were in an auttfmobile sc* cident in Los Angeles; Cal. ' -Mrs Wald is hospitalized With a' broken nose, facial cuts and a fractured foot. The car was a total wreck, ~ Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth; Mrs Clara Marlow of Burt we're Sunday callers at the Richalfd Bristow home at LuVerne, r Mr and Mrs Paul Olson of Mason City were alsd afternoon callers, Mrs Seegebarth; Mrs Bristow and Mrs Olson are sisters.' Mr and Mrs Dave Weber and family were Sunday callers, at the home of Mr and Mrs- Joe Miller of Burt. Mrs Clara Haase and Mrs Fred Mortensen of Fenton, visited at the home of Mrs Darryl House-' holder, Thursday morning. Delmar Fisher and Laurence Geit2cnauer went to Des Moines Wednesday t6 attend a Tax meeting , concerning elevators. Mrs Gene Blahchard entertained for her son Pat's 7th -birthday Tuesday after school. Attending were Barry Pfiebe, Gary Laabs, Steven Saxton, Ka'thy Jensen, Steve NewbroUgh, Tommy Klepper, Susan Blanchard, Terry Schmidt, Michael Jackson, David and Janell Newbrough, Susie and Kim Blanchard. Paul Geitzenauer had a surprise birthday supper Friday night. Guests were L'atry Ramus, Darryl Preston and! Craig Blanchard. Darryl was 'alsp an over night guest.. Callers at; the Dale Schroedei; home to visit Mrs Emma Hurl-, burt Thursday -. afternoon Were Mr Orrie Hurlburt and Mrs Donald Hurlbut ( of Fenton, Owen BSrhow, Mr and Mrs Laurence Rath and Mrs Martha Rath,, In the evening Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath, Mr ( and -Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Randy, Maryland RachaeJ Hurlburt were caller^. ! , i, John; Cotton 1 came Jiome <fi<fi Of all the questions that people ask us about»paint (and we-get , Hundreds), it seems most of them center around color. Well, we like to discuss colors, mostly because we can actually furnish almost any 'color you like, In fact 324 distinct ' colors and tints . . . everything from a nearly-white green to the reddest red you ever imagined. It's all possible through our Supermix Decorator Color System. • Here's how we do it. We have on hand a great many colorants, tiny tubes of high Concentrated colors. Each tube contains -the precise a)nount of color needed for the amount of paint needed — from a -pint to a 'gallon <— accurate to the last drop. 4 In Race FprSenlral School Posts *A s four-way contest .for the two places on the Sentral Community School district board developed last week 'as the deadline -for filing was reached. The deadline is March 9 . The four candidates are Eugene Huscamp, Norman Larsen, Willard Menz and William Wiener. Larsen and Wiener are incumbent mem- «bers of the board; Huscamp and Menz are also well known in the school district area. Voting will be from noon to , 7 p.m. at the Sentral high school building. Angus L. Cotton is a candidate for reelection .as treasurer, for a two-year term, without opposition. The directors serve for three years. vacation betweeh ^uliftersv,, t •- .,1 Mf and Mrs Ceali JerttdsSn and family and Mr and. Jars "Roger Jensen and famfty'w^r%- Sunday Visitors at ,<thfe Ffank ii'laig ftdinfe Stlnday. •.' • ">• ,'/, / -> Mr and Mrs Wayne Decker j of LuVerne were SattltdSy' eall*! ers at the Darryl Householder home. „ , „'_, Mr and Mrs DL O.-'JiicHafds* Deceived word Saturday ", of "the death of his' brother, Floyd Richards, Blue Earth,- He had died suddenly of a heart attack. • 'i'he funeral was held" Tuesday afternoon. • ; Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and Mr and Mrs" Ms O. Ribh&rdss were caller^ at the Floyd> Richards home on Sunday. Mr ana Mrs Frank Richards and girlfe were Monday guests in the M. 0. Richards horne« '„ ;>-- : Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer and Margaret were visitors at the home of Gerald Angus' Sunday afternoon, where Bo6 Angus had returned from" New Providence, N. J. where ^he had been visiting for the last few weeks at the home of his sister, Mrs George Crow. Mr 1 and'-Mrs Allen Bollinger bf Fenton were callers 'at the Clair Bollinger home last Sunday'-afternoon. Mr and Mrs Emil Person visited Sunday at the ' Carlos Engelby home at Swea'City, ( Mr and Mrs Newton Heiier were afternoon callers at the W. C. Heiter home. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson and Linda were Sunday supper guests at the Earl Zeigler lioma in Algona. Mr and Mrs Art Persqn Xnd fami|y were dinner .guests in the Ed Hoppe home in Fairmont, Sunday. Janice Zumach who is attending Junior College in Estherville spent Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Art Zumach. • Mr and Mrs Sam McCleish'and family were Sunday visitors' in the Harlan Marlow home' f6r dinner and Mrs' Hugh Marlow were also guests. t - ' Mr and Mrs Glen Teeter and daughter were supper guests at the Arden Hovey home. Mr and Mrs Bunkofske, Burt, were afternoon callers. • ' „ Janice Bierstedt entertained .. College >at Ames Er day to visit his parents*,' Mr ',an Mrs Willis ^Cotton. John .is" Junior at AnieS and this , was her-team mates of the baske ist^ lesson' was' giv"en ' "Mr and who have jCarsoh, afrived. at Mr. and Mrs prough. The^*wei«s» toft Lewis, WSiSh. wjv.,*:*««.*, night. Mr, and Mrs A..JK New« brough w.efe alsd,>duif!ef gileittf there Sunday. , " l -, , f ?>' _ ,kJ ', U.P.W. will tatef Thursdal^ March 5 at- the'"Presbyterian^ Church. Devotions Ijy Mrs E. M^ Jensen;, Lessoh, Mrs Delmar Fish'* er. Hostesses! Mesdames -Ralph; Hammerstrom, Clarence,, 'Kraft; Edward Blanchard, Emma. Hurl*5 burt, Ajf Krufeg&f ir 'ahd" t *Ang'tit; Cotton. , ' ' , >*,.>;', ? oThe ,Legion Auxiliary .'mef Wednesday night, Mar. 4th. with 1 Juliaha' Jackson,' Emma Saktbn and Lois .yottel&r as hostesses. l '' . Mrs DaVe. -Lynch, Mrs Art: •Kadow, ''Mrs Mary Flaig and Mre George -Kissner: attended a G.D. Of A* pot luck supper in Algona 'at the V.F.W. Hall Thursday night, Mr£ Frank Flaig' fell- on .her basement stairway, Saturday morning ^ahd,fractured her ankle^ and wil| be wearihg a cast for B_' feW weeks. . f . > ,' i Mrs Emma Hurlburt came "to her, daughter's home, Mrs Da,le Schroeder Tuesday" to recuperate after having s,urgery 'at- the" Estherville hospital.' Mrs' Hurl? burt is getting along'fine, '•' The Idle Hour Club met Thursf- day at the horns; of MBS Bernard! Tigges with'Mrs Fi»ed Tigge's-;ds« J sisting. Mrs^Amy.Cherland and, Mrs Elmer Kra*use*had "charge-'b'f; the entertainment with Mrs Wal-ter Thompson.^ Mrs, Wm. Knoll 'and Mrs Bernard Miller-winning^ the prizes. ,'' ' V| ° Mrs Raymond -tJthof and chilr dren, of. ( F v enfqn »,yisjted at.the, Home of her parents', Mr and '* Albert Chaser Friday, j ,•*.,» Mr'and Mrs 'Ralph BierstedY entertained their* pinochle club. Sunday" evening, /high going;tb Mrs Roy Bierle a ^«»,,^j, fred Radig, low^to Roy Bierle*and> Mrs Ann Radig 1 , travel to Sam, McCleishi , KnU* '-Wv fiiiT Woffle fef Mri I H<ftlmirTgn SWa«iaf After* to j5S*f*jjftr;§' for/ 'tnfeir ^"JH which %ill M on,dS|sIaV at Furriitut^ oto'SatulPd^. Stt .thfe edftlmitt^e iWere Tiibm|iSOii, JDaw» Sch.' - HteMtt^rsttdiH, Jdanttfc JlpttilRuUedife : -,K-^ TH '.h',.s> 7'*W.*4»^.Mrt Jte*,.<3lfrKttfl-ett- feetfiined ,i» th^fr/noMe.' Suftday tafrf party/- 1 Mrs? „* and jVic <-Dreyei- ;,?Mrs Junior .Hurlbiirl Marlo'w. wori low* Dale 1 Won -draw- pTftee^ " •',• }"St'>Anri hospital, i3atuWay 4t ___r4 She was a medical patient. :fs'Dkrmy Schmidt is'-fiarteg lot »- L l ;«, • • y Mr 4 and. .Mrs Hartati -Blahfihafd attd'. Jonatnah,. Mrs ? MAUde t Blan- eliaid Wefe Stutday'lUSsts at the lison 6ha?d . 'SUff 61Pd fftJf dine will lifllsh . a*' . &wiyu=, son ehtetteiaed % MW. Mft Scfemidt artd 'Son T &W aba birthday dinnei Sunday .rldr Gordon's bitthday:" 'Iftftstnoon callers were ,Mf, and J4fa^FJ?itS5 NcWbfough aiid family.' aiifl'- «iVenlfl| callers were Mr atid Mrs Lldyd Hutchinson and family; and' Mt and- Mrs Jtfe Lyntih-aridifamilyi,; • ; ' 'Mr and Mrs Jtdger, Jensen were 'hosts for a.belated- anniversary dimfer Sunday eyfeiiing-at, Fort Dodge for Mr and Mrs Roy Jen- ,sen,' Other guests 'were Jarni^ 'Kathy, and - Rodney Jensen and Mr and Mrs Ocvillfe Deardorff and ' Children-; of Yale, > Iowa; , ' ; t •»• FREE! HAWAIIAN VACATION! Enter our "Name the Paint" Contest. Nothing to buy. Fun. Come in for your entry blank and all the "dope. ' >'«--'" - ,,vi V»i . ', "^e add tbesp colorants to either of two. basei paints — Tinting White r 4 ',, o^'Deeptint jBase ^epen^ing pn which is rjghi^for your painting job. " '"' ™''*™ t " thehi he're*at the store so the'c^o^blends in perfectly. '^be surprised, ^^nk, wh?h y^ ^ hpw perfectly we can colors < with pup Decorator • Systgm. ^An'd ! you'll be extra-pleas- , tly 'surprised at^ts low cost. Come inland eee, • ". '[" . 'V- -*,(•> ',' ,' ', -, '•' "''!'"' ' *" " " r ' ' '-' ' ' " ' ''"'••' Coming Events j Thursday, March 5 — W.S.C,S.; rairville Aid; Mission Services at Blakjer church Thursday thru Sunday. Monday, March 9 — Legion Tuesday, March 10 — Fenton Women's Club. Wednesday, March 11—Band Mothers. LUCKY WINNERS! LAST WEEK WINNERS , ELDON DUNCAN And One UNCLAIMED " (Check The Numbers Every Week) EACH WIN 10 i GALS, of GAS FREE. REGISTER EVERY TIME YOU'RE IN PHILLIPS "66" STATION (DON'S SERVICE CO.) FENTON KINGSC QUALITY PRODUCT OF NORTHRUP, KING & CO. KINGSCRt>ST cuts crib losses •'- ,Fgr, f aster t drying, safer £ storing corn, this-Kings- crbstllybrid is^the answer^ here. Husks open early for '• rapid field drying* ./long,'*' slender cobs reduce crib losses.,Has long, 'broad, ] dark .green-leaves on com- \ pact .plants. Adapted to^ai 'wide variety'of .conditions. > j^Vill ear*6ut;,under less i favorable growing conditions. Avoid an early sell-', 1 , out—order now. f' :• N FENTON COOP ELEVATOR CO. FENTON. IOWA THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers ond Funeral Directqr? .Ambulance §ervi«t Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence FfNTQN 83 R1NGSTED 21001 21006 20216 BE OUR GUEST! USUAL SILVER DOLLARS FREE *• i WITH EACH CASH PURCHASE WED.&THUR;,MAR.ll- COFFEE & DONUTS PRIZES; - An-$18-Set Of Rojjawqy T-V Tray§ And 20 Other Recitation Prize?, ^ACK * DECKIR POWER Dglll VAIVEP AT $30, AND 10 OTHER PRIZES - A Chance With Each Bag Of Seed Sold, "' , ' "'• - i Fenton Co-Operatsve Elevator See Our Newly Remodeled Qff&e And lnfptct Qvr NfW MiH NOW:6M DISPLAY T THE NEW LANDMARK Uses Either ; 6as^cr Oil Fuel. Select The Size To Fit Your Need. ^VS REQUHtED ' ' WE STOCK THIEM . & f -^'« ^-v?- ~ Economical To jrate! .Dozens Of Satisfied Users <- * V-V? Ku§BlHG!li; HEATING @ EI^EGTRICAL \\ Ife'G.E. 11 'Home"Appliances^ ^ ,,' »«FENTO% IOWA' ' n ,>M .vs < W e Hd'rtd \1 ••*> * ' '<"» ,<K. v, i t I .-1 -.''. '. ' w<v Tuesday, March . Sponsored by FENTON COMMUNITY CLUB •'-','.' This is a consignment sale. Here is your chance to turn your surplus items into cash. For consignments or further infer (8-9-10) motion contact anyone of Fenton's Businessmen.' FENTON BUSINESS qnd PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY t INSURANCE „ . FENTON, IA. GERALD VQiGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invjtes 1 You Jp Fenton ' : '&\$3i®S$&t'' Re*. Pho'ne 60 For Pv Pr, E, W, t PINTIST ' Office Phone 79, Residence ?9 Fenton, Jowa HANTELM^N'S Auto & Licensed Roal Estate Broker and Farm Lqqns '

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