The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1959 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1959
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tte^^sAsuCr,^ '.ixf<t'»"»•». •"« - -,--'. Md fty ft». bppfct 0« ... ' ^"K *' *• ' *" ~ ~~~ ft V ' '•-,»• j&,,'!'^**u. u_ r ™*i • * *^t , ' 4v v ' J Cft., Algona, lowo ./h, ^LiilkLCli. entral Wiliard Menz Win Monday March 12, 1959 MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON N«wi Editor N 0WID i rectors '" '. Fenion — Two new members were elected to the Sentral Community School Board, in Monday's election. 202 ballots-were cast and of this number, -one was spoiled. Norman Larsen and William Wiener running for reflection received .88 and 81 Vote; respectively". Eugene' Huskamp fe'ceivd .114 votes and Wiliard Me"nz 117 votes to' take their; places as new board members Angus ' Cotton was re-elected 1 .treasurer with 162 votes. There were 13 write-in votes for Gerald Voigt. k, The other Sentral board mem bers are Laurence Newbrough Verle Smith and Robert Hanha Marjorie Countryman is , secretary. Mr Don Blaitchard,.. principal, and Mr Robert Norris, coach, accompanied by IS boys attendeH the Boy's State tournament Saturday and Sunday, Boys attending were Kern* Marlow, Larry Ramus, Larry ^Householder, Darrel Long, Ed and Kenny Schmidt, Daryle Preston, Paul Geitzfenauer, Joe and Jim Gowans, Don KnUd- son, Frank Cannon, Merle Halverson, Craig • Blandhard and Jefry Newbroughi Mrs Olga Huskamp was honored at a diriner party Sunday at the home of her son, the Eugene Huskamps. Other guests present were Mr and Mrs Clarence Or- bogast, Mr and Mrs Hans Baago, Mrs Carrie Voigt. Other members of her family unable to attend were the Emil Huskamps of California and the Homer Hus- .kamps of St. Paul. Mr and Mrs Floyd Salisbury and family moved Monday to the farm home of Henry Looft north of Fenton. The^'Marvin Luedtke family recently moved from there to the farm home of Mrs Helena Jentz where the Dennis Long family lived before .moving to Estherville. • -,, , . Mrs George Palleson, wife*-of TUNE-UP FOR SPRING ! Complete Engine OVERHAUL VALVES GROUND -> WHEELS BALANCED COMPLETE LINE OF MUFFLERS AND TAIL PIPES Last Week's Free Qas Winner: Bill DeWall , , And One Unclaimed liSiips "66" Station DON'S SERVICE CO. IN. FENTON Rev. Palleson of Ringsted, was guest speaker at .the family night program at Depew Sunday, Mr and Mrs Don Sielnberget and boys were Saturday visitors in the Clifford Steinberger home at Armstrong. They Were Sunday evening visitors in the Kenneth Reese home at Ledyard. Mr end Mm Lawrence Hantel* man and Charles were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs John Waite. / Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Clarence Wegener home were Mr and Mrs Marlin wegener and David and Mr an<: Mrs Charles Feye and family. Mr and Mrs Webber Yager and Mrs Emma Relmers joined the group for supper, The occasion hon ored- Clarence's birthday anniversary. Sunday afternoon •visitors at the Benni§ Berkland home were Mf and Mrs Harvey Hendrickson and family and > Mr ''and Mrs Franklin Mueller "and boys. < Mrs Prank Schuller of Dickens visited Monday afternoon at the Everett Dreyer home. ,Mr and Mrs Melvin Rlcklefs, Linda and Larry of Titonka were Monday evening visitors at the ,Roelf Miller home. <, . . Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and the Duane Dreyers of'Humboldt were Tuesday evenihg dinner guests • at the JDprrell Dreyer tome. • ' • The Fenton 4-H Pfogressors met in the, home, of D'arrell and ary'Berkland on Monday, Mar. 2. ,'There was discussion'-on display for 4-H Day Saturday at Algona. Robert Johnson'showed a film on Tractor Safety. , Follow-, ing .the meeting,' lunch was served by Mrs Berkland. Mr and Mrs Bill .Wiegert of Thompson were Sunday dinner guests in the Curtis Lura home. Mr and Mrs Everett • Dreyer and Mrs John Kohlwds ' visited iiri the Emil Venders home, Ter- rD,. Sunday.- Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell visited this past week in the Erving Davidson home at Charles City, • . , Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman 1 and Paul were Sunday sup- perLguests of the Williani Jfan^el- marts. • •!' •-. . ••. -' • . • '••••.; Roger Dreyer has, returned to his study at Iowa State College after spending: the several days between quarters with his parents, Mr arid Mrs Everett. Dreyer. Fenton Phone Co. Reelects 2 Directors, Annual Meet Sentral P.T.A, To Meet March 16 Fenton — The Sontrnl Com- iunlty P.t.A. will moot the eve- ing of Mnrch 16. The guost neaker will bo Rev. Hammer, astor of the Methodist church in wea City. Mis topic will be Comparison ot Education in Jnited States nnd In Nonvny." 'here will be n film shown also. Fenion — Annual Meeting df| the Fenton Cdoperative Telephone Company was held Saturday afternoon, Business was dispatched in a half hour. Appar- enl'tly the 371 members are satisfied with the company's service. Only -14 were present, including f&ur of the five-member board of directors. '.Bonus to- cadi member attending was a 25-cent ticket for a lunch at a Fenton business place, Re*eleoted without bpposition for another three-year term were Hans Baago and Norman Larson. At the board meeting which followed Baago and Larson were re-elected president and vict president. The other two board members were William Hantelman and Clarence Osborn. Edward Priebe, treasurer, is In Flo rida. Q. E. Sfcribner, ,Sr., secra- tary and lineman, read the fin* ancial report. Total assets for the company is $34,286.94. Operating income for 1958 was $16,148.28; expenses were more than $16,000. Earl G. Pulis, certified public accountant of Fort Dodge, Iowa, prepared the balance sheet' and operations. - statement of Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family, Willilm Voigt, Lois and Peggy were Sunday evening visitors in the Franklin Mueller home. Mrs Keith Giles' and son Ken ; dall of Minneapolis have 'beeh guests this past week in the George O. Jorgenson home. They, returned to their home Sunday.' Mrs Giles is a sister of Mrs Jor-f genson. . " •'-.•# Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel and Patty left Wednesday evening fo£ Iowa City where Patty was' to undergo surgery for her eyes ott Friday. Mrs Paul Eigler accompanied them 'to Iowa City for;a! visit' in the Kaye Riiske home." " Ruth were Sunday visitors in the Carl Veer Jr. home at Rochester Minn, The final meeting of the Study group of the Methodist churc was held Thursday in .the horn of Mrs Clayton DitsWorth. Seven teen ladled have been cnrolle in Bible study. Mrs Harvey Wul ker, wife of the Methodist pasto was the teacher. St. John Lutheran Ladies Aic met Wednesday with hbslcssc Mrs Allen Bollinger, Mrs Emi Bibrstedt and Mrs Fcrdinan Bierstedt. Guests were Moadame Art Krause, Bob Mitchell, Ken neth Bollinger, Peter Koenc Mollie Kressin and Miss Bert) Kressln. A highlight of the afte noon meeting was a film show by Rev. Friedrich entitled "Scrv Him." Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern ante tnined at seven tables of 300 Saturday evening. William Wiener won high score orize for the men, and Lyndon Kerber 2nd high. Mrs Lloyd Berklattd won high for the ladies and Mrs Lyndon Kerber 2nd high: Marold Schlei won travel prize. Mrs Alvina Sheller of Ayrshire was a recent visitor in the Paul Eigler home. Coming Events, March 12, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper D« I... 11 11 111 IMT_IL': _Li_ JJ -- •-tTLif .1. nn'ut. fJ-.'IIIL imm J"ui Jn»r«»ri 1 u - J. 1_ J~ti-1' HW -r~ir rr 1 -<Wm -«im *i -LU - li • 11 111 -"• • — -' "-iln-t-ft vri%. ' • - "• i - - -——-——"—-— .—=-—— was the visiting mother and Mrs Henry Loofl was a guest. "Getting Your Background In Condition." Mfs Carl Niclscrt Thursday, March -12 — Dcpcw Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club; Dorothy Circle. Friday, March 13 — Legion Auxiliary. Monday, March 16 — Community Club; Sentral P.T.A. Tuesday, Mnrch 17 — Town & Country Woman's Club. Wednesday, Mnrch 18 — Ella Circle and Nellie Circle of tho W.S.C.S. wowvyyxxJ'Tvwxvvxjorryxvyyvvvvvv^ HERE IT IS AGAIN fotaliwit&itiweoMly 1ST The famous F701 SPECIAL Eigler" and Duane Widdel re- turrie'd . to Fenton Sunday. Mca Widdel and Patty are with relatives at Barnes City and will return to Iowa City Wednesday for a check-up. Doctors feel that Patty's surgery was a Succe&s. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller and By Wilfred Stoeber your hometown Paint Expert A lot of people today are discovering that a painted floor can be mighty attractive — inside the house, on the porch, in amiisemeht .rooms, even in garages. Sidewalks too. But, people ask us, "What's '.the right paint to use?" "How will it stand up?" • • '••*'• f • >" ' "".' / It used to be a tough question because different floors took different types of paint. But today one single paint — Supermix Rubberized Floor Enamel — does a wonderful job on wood or concrete, inside or out. • ,Its ingredients account for its versatility and strength:' the fines! • Bakelite type of resins. China Wood Oil and a balanced proportion of w rubber. It wears and wears and still looks beautiful; almost as though it likes to be stepped on. FREE! HAWAIIAN VACATION I Enter our "Name the Paint" Contest, Nothing to buy, Fun. Come in for your entry blank and all the dope. FENTON COMMUNITY SALE Tuesday, March 24th 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 information, contact anyone of Fen ton's Businessmen. (8-9-10) Wendell Rusch At Lennox School Marshalliown, Iowa — Wendell Rusch of McFall & Rusch, Fenton was a recent participant in a week-long heating and cooling school held here. This school wat. one of an Annual series conducted by Lennox Industries Inc. foi its Midwest Dealer Organization Attendance averages between 30 and 40 students and classroom under the direction of local Ap plication Engineering and Ser vice Department people. : Particular emphasis was given again this year to the new Len nox Landmark — introduced in 1958 as the first industry ap proach to a new concept of in door comfort. in each school instruction i. Mrs England Host, Seneca Seneca — The Senocn Modern Vllxers club met ul the home of VTrs Lyle England last week Tuesday afternoon with 10 mem- jcrs present. Mrs Cnlvin Vaudl had charge f the entertainment with prizes )eing won by Mrs Everett Witham, Mrs Gerald Jentz and Mrs Fred Johannesen. Mrs John Kressin was a guest. VIrs Roy Hintz will be the April losless. Seneca 4-H Stars The Seneca Stars 4-H club observed National 4-H Week by wearing their 4-H uniforms to school on Monday and highlighting the day with a club meeting held at the homo of Lois Wilberg The group received' an' Snvtta tion to a roller skating partj Saturday evening, March 13 'frorr the LuVernc Live Wires 4-H club Dorothy Peterson led the pic lure study,. Jill Jensen demonstrated hov to make various containers ou of spring clothes pins. She uls demonstrated.finger painting am showed several articles which sh had decorated in this manne Marilyn Johannesen talked on Now on safe... m. ,o^ Quality compares with washers priced $40 lo §50 higher •• Double Wall Construction* • Seated Transmission • Tangle-Proof Agitator • Bowl-Shaped Tub • Super-Duty AlumlnumWringei > Speed Queen "Time Teller" ' • Maximum Guarantei Steelier Hardware FENTON,, IOWA As Adveriised' In" This Week's Farm and Home Seclion. Community Club To Meet, 16th Fenlon — The regular March meeting of the Fenton Community Club will be held Monday, Mar. 16 at the Community club, •Eugene Huskamp will show pictures of Paris, France after .the business meeting. The regular six o'clock supper will be first on the program. Persons ' wishing to attend should see Albert Schwarzen- oach for the supper tickets. Anyone wishing to see Mr Huskamp's pictures can plan to come about 8 o'clock as the public is invited to the showing. FALL Louis Pech of LeMars suffered a fractured skull and a back injury recently when he fell through a hole in the roof of a dairy there. Mr Pech was working with carpenters who were putting a roof on a new addition when the mishap occurred. .Supermix Rubberized Floor Enamel goes 'a long way, too. In fact, ' one gallon gives two-coat coverage for ,more than 300 square feet. * * * ' 4fs a goo4 fast drier; ready to walk on after four to six hours. What's more, it doesn't need extra work to prepare the surface. Just makes sure it's clean and dry. Come in and~see-the 12 shades ' -available . . , and get any painting information you want. BUY OF THE WEEKI High quajjty roller with Jpnff-welrjng sleeve? pw slanted 'to hold correct ,of painjt itoeber FINTON, IOWA YOUR SUPERMIX FAINT HEADQUARTERS FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY fa ^ INSURANCE , FENTON, IA, GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton Two Win Free Hams Friday Fenlon — Allan Bollinger and Mrs Art Mueller were lucky winners of hams Friday nite when their names were called, Other names called were Warren Jones, Elaine Saxton, Dennis Ohm, Mrs Norman Finnestad, Mrs Lawrence Mueller, Kermil T w a i t e n, Ralph Peterson and Lawrence Lien. NOW ELECTRICITY HANDLES ;WEISB|ipp Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA «nd QEHL EQUIPM5NT , Bvs, Phone 3 R§*'. 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