The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 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 19, 1959
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fly f hi \ip^ OM 6., Atg&ftfc, lowo March? It MR&. ARDETH Community Auction M ^fe m^A " ' '-• • ^ - • M M** ' • ^^ A Set Tuesday, March 24 .Ij-ijL^., *4* , * , ' < * ' ', iy * , community hall and ,_ . t will be the scene of a large scale auction sale next Tuesday, Man 24, "The event, Which •Wtirifcatuf § all kinds ttf good new aM l&ed itehis,,is .being sponsored by ^ the Fenton Community Club*' -it •Will begin at 12:30 p.m. Iridxlded among the items to be 6ffef4d are several tractors, an atltd. a trUpk, TV sets, some heavy machinery, household goods and miscellaneous items. ~ Thf ee " auctioneers from the area, Lloyd Berkland, Fenton, Norman Bortvit, Graettirtger, and Jbhn F^nn, Emhietsburg, will handle the" sale. ,-Most items were listed when arrangenie*Ate r.for, the sale were com.ple.ted several, days ago, but it is possible -for"' anyone at Fenton to get'Other goods m the auction fl v they"h'ave,them, i at the site by 10:30 a.m. the dayof the sale. ••Mrs Dennis Flaig, coach of the Sentral girls basketball teams and the' 1 cheerleaders, spent Friday, to Sunday in Des Moines at the 'tournament games. Mr and Mrs Howard Bruhn are the parents of a 7 Ib. 9 oz. girl, born- Wednesday, Mar. 11 at the Holy' Family Hospital, Estherville. Mrs Lena Kohlwes of Minneapolis was a guest Saturday and Sunday ' in the Everett Dreyer • home. She came to be present Sunday for the 80th birthday anniversary of Mrs John Kohlwes. Mr and Mrs Elwin Schlei are the ^parents of a son born early Saturday morning at St. Ann hospital at Algona. He weighed 7 Ib. and • 11 oz.. and has been named Randy Elwin. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs Hikeo Addams at :Buffalo Center. . Frank McFall left Monday morning on a bus tour to the Baker Manufacturing Plant at Madison, Wis. He will . return home Wednesday. 1 The Fenton Township Homemakers will meet this Friday, March 20 with Mrs Ed Bruhn. Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller and boys were Friday evening guests • in the Howard, .Bierstectt vhonie Of 6. R. Krause, Fenton, Dies . Futoeral services were held. Saturday afternoon at Im- manuej Lutheran church, Fairmont, for "Joanne 'Marie Wrede, 12-year-old daughter . of, Mr .and Mrs Enos Wrede of . Fairmont. cause of Joanne's pneumonia, but- she Immediate death was , had been an invalid all of hel- life with cerebral palsy. ' »' • Joanne is survived by her par- .entfe and a sister, "Sandra, and her grandparents, Rev. and Mrs H. R. Wrede of Fairmont, and Mr and Mrs G. R. Krause of Fenton \frelvin The days were tefftied S Hugo success by manager Curt *"" i Burial Ih Fenton Funeral services were held Wednesday of this past week at Emmetsburg for George Stigman, 80, who died at the Emmetsburg hospital on Monday. Burial was -in the family burial plot' of the Methodist cemetery at Fenton. Mr Stigmah ' was born July 1878, to Fred and 'Mary Stigman of' the Fenton community. He farmed many yeSrs in the Fenton area before going -to Emmetsburg. • , » He is survived by a son Lester of Estherville, a son Victor and a daughter Rosella, Mrs RicHard Kcnnitz 'Of Emmetsburg. Two sisters,' Mrs Heniry Langerman of Fentoh ahd,..Mfs SHerrill Fitsgerald. ' Otto Witte' is a 'brother- in-law of the deceased. Woman's Club Meets The Fenton Woman's' club met Tuesday afternoon in' the home oi Mrs A. C. Kwier, Following a short business meeting, Eugene ftuskbmp presented a most Inter* estihg program, Huskamf), who bad toured Europe last summer ivith the National Mog farmers, &poke and showed slides of France, Huskamp said that ih Frahce, they consider Holstelns beef cat* tie, France has wonderful fielda of wheat. More than waist high In July, and -heavily headed France has wheat to export. Their farm produce was attractively displayed and looked good in the open markets. He passed arouht to the women a vfal of 'Lavande perfume urging,them to put some on their, skin. , He said perfume was the only thing he bought in France.- • •"',',-'• * 36 Win Prizes, Fenton Co-Op Dollar Days A total Of 36 Persons won ; do'or prizes at the Fenton , Elevator during Silver Dollar Days recently. Top prizes went to Amer Cody and, William BOettcher, who -Won Ris-Van; Ray preyer, drill set; Amos, Finnestad,, TV trays] Charles Beaver, 50 - Babcock Bessie "Moks;-and Bob Mitchell, and Roy Klein, o'ne .bushel Northrup-King seed corn; - - , •-,'*' The 'following 'persons won Punch and "Gr6 seed kits: Cliff Douglas, Adolph Hansen, , Allan 'Bellinger. Simon Sidora, E. H. Mueller; Norman tar.son," Warren Jones, Alvin .Riggert, Carl Beck, ..Lloyd Bleckwenn, Roy 'Mueller, F: F. . Mueller,tRalph, .Weisbrod, Ervin Borchardt Marold Schlai. ' MrsiArno'JuhL Gerald Brown, Earl" Crouch, Pete Saxton, Leslie "Baxter,, Marvin'.ljuedtke, Harlan Kramer, ',. Earl •' Lufkin, Ernest ^pchlavj Kenneth Bollmger, Harold "Wehrspann,- Rudy Hannover; |jt ._ T ... L ..... J|l j n T .. 16 Fenton Ladies Complete Study Of Bible Book FWiion *- The Fenton W.S.tJ.S, f" met Monday, March 9. Mrs Arnold Hansen played a piano selection during the c angle lighting. Mrs Ed Relmers. had charge of the devotions Mrs E. W. Ruske presented tha lesson. She was assisted by Mrs Arlo Ranney, Mrs J. ' A Schwartz, and Mrs Charles el. ' s Mrs Eugene Huskamp openec the business meeting by. reading the poem 'I Will,' v Mrs Charles Lovcjoy gave,.n report on bills before thfe Iowa Legislature. '' Sixteen ladies completed th< study course on the book o 'Isaiah. 1 Mrs Harvey Walker • con ducted thi? study course of this book. , \ ' The riext local WSCS meeting Will be held on Monday after hoon, April 6. Hostesses for the afternoon Were Mesdames Eugene Hus- W. R. WoHe and Clarence Jndterwood, ' Quest Speakers, Fenton Church Fenton — Rev. and Mrs Robert Johnson will be guesi speakers ind show slides fit St. John's ^Lutheran church, Depew, Sunday evening at 7:30. Mrs Johnson is the former Esther QUbertson, Whose father Wfi& pflfctof of St. John's church several years ngo. The Johnsons have recently returned from the Tanganyika Mission field in AJrica. Because of Mrs Johnson's health they Will not be able to return to the field, and have accepted a call tb & Lutheran church in California. Mrs Johnson will also speak at the special mission thurday, March Algona at Depew for the Richard program Monday lheW.M.F. Rev. and Mrs Johnson and Most people pay too children will be house guests of the things they get for nothing./ {Phillip: TUNE-UP FOR SPRING I Complete Engine OVERHAUL VALVES GROUND - WHEELS BALANCED COMPLETE LINE OF MUFFLERS AND TAIL PIPES •mmm Last Week's Free Qas Winners Bill DoWall And Loren Skare Phillips "66" Station DON'S SERVICE CO, IN FENTON ^^ FARMERS! OUR NEW SEED CLEANER IS NOW REAbY TO CLEAN YOUR OATS BEFORE THE SPRING RUSH* NOTICE " WE CANNOT CLEAN SOY BEANS UNTIL OATS HAVE BEEN CLEANED. FENTON ELEVATOR FENTON* IOWA guest speaker at special services to be held Sunday through Friday at St. John's Lutheran church, Depew. :The Depew Fellowship circlo met Thursday afternoon with Mrs Nyles Heggen; Mrs Albert Mitchell was in charge of devo- | tions and Mrs Paul Zumach pre- ; sented the lesson. Mrs B.^G. Berkeland presented a reading about Japan. Guests were Mrs Oliver Johnson and Mrs W.illrect Bierstedt. , " Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood and Lynnora spent the weekend in. Minneapolis with . relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys were Friday evening guests at" the Howard Bierstedt home at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Robert Schwartz and Bobby Jean were weekend guests, at the J. A. Schwartz home. Mrs Norman Larsen. Norma Lars.en, Janet Behne, Judy Eig.. ler/. Jane Lieb, and Charojette Wichtendahl spent from "Friday to Sunday at Des Moines. Mrs Chris Thompson of Em metsburg, mother- of Mrs Irvin Solberg died suddenly Thursday from a heart attack. . Funeral services were, held Saturday. . lifter : ipa in 18iiq! H H SPONSORED BY FENTON COMMUNITY CLUB By Ray Stoeber your hometown Paint Expert § • •I 9 m m n H M PI SALE STARTS AT 12:30 P.M. IN FENTON BUSINESS DISTRICT Two Fined In Mayor'iSjCourt Fenicn — Mayor Gus Krause announced that the following paid fines this past week. Lee ;Haase of Algona paid $5 for improper parking. Richard Dornbier of Algona paid $25.00 for-Tunning a stop sign and refusing to stop on command of Town Marshall Sch- wartzenbach. The best thing about painting — whether it's a room or the whole house — is showing it off to your friends and hearing them say nice-things about the job. Usually you have to wait for a whole day before the job is dfy . . . S but not with Supermix 4-Hour Enamel. "' ".. :- * * * On inside jobs, this paint dries to a soft gloss Just 4 hours after painting, ready for all the compliments you deserve. Yet unlike- many so-called "fast-drying" paints, it flbws^ on easily, "Works in" beautifully. • ' Another thing, the colors (18 of 'em) keep their beauty; the white doesn't "yellow up"; and'the blacks don'-t dull. FREE! HAWAIIAN VACATION! Enter our "Name the Pafrjtf' Contest. Nothing to buy. Fun. Come In for your entry blank and all the dope. TRACT OR S 1948 WC; Allis^CHidimers . With WD Pistons, Good Condition: i 1946 WC Allis-Cnglmers, 1942 Int. H;Fqrm^ll. AUTO 1955 Ford Customline 4-Door, Real Sharp. TRUCK 1952 Ford 3 A T. Pickup, Good Condition. H 5 MACHINERY New J.D, 13 Ft. Wheel Type Tandem Disc, Model RW. Harvey Corn Sheller With Cob Stacker. Cob Stacker For MM Sheller. 1954 2-Row Int. Planter On Rubber. Harvey Corn Sheller. 440 Int. Planter, Fertilizer Attachment, On Rubber. 4-Row J.D. Planter, Fertilizer Attachment. 4-Wheel Trailer With Flare Box. 2—Hammermills. Garden Plow. m THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambu|qnce Service Reliable 24 Hour May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phona FINTON 23 RING5TEP 21QOI The vehicles in Supermix 4-Hour, Enamel are, of the durable Bakelite ype of resins for the ppwer to stand long exposure and abuse, , of all, it sells for a gpod deal Jess than enamels of » (J&mpajratiye quality, ... , ' > . , • enerally speaking, SupermU 4-rHqur .Enamel is suitable for all nterior and exterior uses. It do^s.a fine job. too,, on. cars and lawn furniture. All in all,- it's one of the finest paintp we carry ^rr- at a price you'll like. Think for yOuf next -painting job. 'And think about us if you want some free painting help, . .' BUY OF THE WEEK! Top quality five-foot step. . ladder, Seasonod hard*. S WP<)d,- > - J " ' H • S : : s i H B S • II HOUSEHOLD GOODS Apt. size gas stove. Coolerator refrigerator. . Used oil burner, ' ' ' ''•'' 2 — Electric stoves. '. r 4 — Good kitchen chairs, steel. Electric sewing machine, 2 — Army bunk beds', Coffee tctble., Desk lamp, . "** 2 — Kitchen chairs. / ' Baby strollpr, Speed Queen washing, machine, 1 — Steel-ported bedstead, 2 — Coffee tables. t . Kitchen table, and chairs, Studio cpuch and chairs. 2 - 9 X 12 rugs, MISCELLANEOUS Bench saw. DeLaval milking machine. Fenton public school bell. Comb, sausage stuffer and lard press. Meat grinder. Good McCormick 4S cream separator. 500 chick brooder. 3 — Rollaway nests. Challenger pump jack. Aluminum scoop, Cream separator. 2 — Electric brooders. 55 bushel hog feeder, 2— 15 bushel'hog feeders, New log chains. Coming Yearling Spotted Pony, Height 44" Stoeber Hardware ' 21-INCH 1959 RCA TV SET - 24-INCH "RYLVANJA TV r NEW P|CTUR|. TVB| HAY and STRAW BORTVIT, Bring in your spare items for sole, 1 H;«ve*tn at ?i»e by ( J0?30 <?f

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