The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1959 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1959
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-i ^ "*, N * ,1 , ¥ '*•« ,v *\ -•». W^UptVffTW-" ,- T( ,,,^^- h .^.^jprf «,,,^-^5,-? -; - ;*•- ^, •;;^-J.T . *•» "%!^ *''•' *" ' 1 ' ' V'fV"%' ' f - ..•'.'• ftiMtitv«<i §y Th* Upo*t t>ti Mtffftl Publhhing Co., Algono, Iowa - v <mtft; »1^r*' r' , jiA^feife-^. • >' <T.: -t I ' Senior Play At Sentral Has Cast Oi II Fenton — Seniors of Sentral High are busy on their class play which will be presented April 18 and 17. 'Seventeen Is Awfully Young' is the story of the Eliot family who have just 'moved to a small town. Jan is a spoiled, beautiful, seventeen - year - old daughter who believes the world was created just for her. Miss Tibly, the school teacher, is a poised, lovely person with a kind understanding heart. N i c k i' a thirteen-year-old brother, Albert loves food and adventure. .His friend Thaddeus, the colored boy, has more ideas than 'Huck Finn' himself. • Goofer is the high school football hero, who is very enthusiastic, particularly over 'Goofer.' And each character is equally interesting. The play cast includes the fol lowing: Janet Behne, Janice Bierstedt, ' Jane Ruger, Marilyn Johannesen, Jim Gowans, Charles Hantelman, Judy Eigler, M,ike Gross, Dennis Schmidt, Karen Kuock and Eugene Gardner. . Robert Norris is directing the s-a£« ^t^-wr* ' ~ «-> . ^ ~ £ | TS* €^ " ''•• '• P^^.^ffVA 1 * f*«^ trfttor' ""-."•-.''" Home On Furlough Gary Zumach, Dale Hannover and Keith Bollinger who have been in training at Fort Riley, Kansas arrived at t Fent-on Wednesday evening for a visit In their / respective .homes. The boys -will leave again the 3rd of April. Gary goes to, Fort Harrison, Ind, where he will attend schooling in the postal field« Dale and Keith go to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Home From School Stanley Berkland who is attending U.S. Trade School in Kansas City and Donna Berkland of Minneapolis spent the Easter 'weekend in the parerttal Ernest Berkland home. On Sunday Mr and Mrs David Berkland joined the group for dinner in honor of Tirnmy's tenth birthday anniversary. A Mt and Mf« Everett D*eye* *nd Roger were Easter Sunday dinner guests in the Duane Drey* er home at Humboldt. Mrs Albert Mitchell wat hosieu Wednesday afternoon at her home to a group of ladies who honored Mrs L- J - Weisbrod at a. surprise birthday party. Besides the honored guest and hostesses, enjoying the occasion were Mesdames Charles'Weisbrod, Wilfred Stoeber, Helen Widdel, W. R. Wolfe,' John Munch and Anna Bo6vers. Cheryl fcay, daughter of M* and Mrs Howard Bruhn, was baptized Sunday, Mar. 22 at the St. John's Lutheran church, Rev- Friedrich officiating. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Henry Bruhn. Mr and Mrs Evetett D*ayer and Roger were Friday evening visitors at the Frank Dreyer home at Lone Rock. • ' Mr and Mrs George Pertl and family,of Armstrong and Mr and Mrs Adolph PerU we're last Sun* day guests at the Wali.Pertls home. • • Mr and Mrs R. F. Laabs and Amanda Schutt were Wednesday 6Vehing supper guests In the Fr"ed Mortensen home* Mr and Mrs Wilfred Laabs ,and family were evening visitors. Mr and Mrs Roeli Miller were Wednesday evening visitors in the Melvin Titoflka, Mr and Mrs Darwin Meyer and son of Bancroft were Tuesday visitors in the Kenneth Halverson home, Mr and Mrs Ward Ruske of Cedar Rapids spent the-Easter weekend in the parental,.. E. W. Ruskc home. Ward is application engineer with the Square D Co., mft. of.electrical equipment. He has been With them 8% years but isTbeing- transferred tp..Chicago in May. Easter Sunday guests .in tho Lloyd Berkland Home Scene Of Family Dinner Peftton — Mf and Mrs Lloyd Berkland entertained at dinner Sunday in honor erf Gary's confirmation, Mr and Mrs 'Truman Thompson, Mr and Mrs Irvin Berklahd ,family, Mr and Mrs Art Berkland, Rev, and Mrs A, C. Krueger all of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Dick Ofe-then and family of Graetttoger, Mr and Mrs Robert Grethen and family of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Truman Berktand family of fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Dick Blake and family of Mallard, Mr and Mrs Will" ard Thompson and family, Ida Grove, Mr and Mrs Mervin Pfiebe and family, Mr and Mrs Donald Berkland and family, Mr and Mro Ruoben Berkland family, Mr and Mrs Martin Berkland, Mr an;J Mrs Lyndon Rerber and lamily, all of Fenton and vicinity, Wed 50 Years jHetp tf ttriam,£if eiiir- By Ray Stoeber your hometown Paint Expert If you've been thinking about painting your house, remember: the most expensive thing you can do is NOT paint a house that needs it; you're" just inviting expensive repairs. So here are some tips to help you with the job, ' **•**,:' Buy the. right amount of paint. It saves time and money. Bring in the measurements of your house and we'll help you figure how much paint, yOu need. Be sure the surface is perfectly on damp wood will blister. * dry before you paint; paint put the sun. Painl * * * Always paint after the surface has cooled from doesn't spread well on hot surfaces. > * * . Paint only when temperature is at least 55 degrees. Paint may wash away later if it is chilled before it sets. Good paint is a wiser buy than "bargain" paint. Remember, good paint is only,30% of a professional painter's bill. And anyone can get professional results with Supe^mix Blouse Paint. Its quality , matches th,at tit any paint on the markej, yet its price is well below that'of comparable paints. • ', i'',".'.,''"' < ' * * * Supermi?c f ;Outside, <Y/hit§ Paint is made,for this climate, gives a '..dp^ling jyhjte finish; 'goes on e^sjly,*, covers beautifully, lasts . longer, C«me |n an,4 see .why we guarantee it to the limit. Art Rusch home Were Mr and Mrs Vernon Finnestad and family of Butterfieia, Minn., Mr and Mrs Frahklih Rusch and daughter and Mr and Mrs Wendell Rusch and Margo. Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener and Mrs Emma Roimers were evening dinner gudsts on Easter Sunday in the Webber Yagei lome. Dr. and Mrs Vincent Volleler of Laurens, Mr and Mrs Delond Votteler and family and Mr and Mrs Ervin Votteler and family were Easter dinner guests in the par-, ental Ernest Votteler home. Mr and Mrs Edwin Josten' of lemme were Monday evening supper guests in the Ed Schlei home. Dean Cannon is hospitalized at Iowa City" for a general check-up Mr and Mrs W. B. S6hmidtke of Morristown, .Minn, were weekend guests in the William Hantelman home. Mr ajid Mrs George Murphy and family and Mrs Retta Eigler were Easter Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler. Mr and Mrs Curtis Qlson, Mr and Mrs Ray Bergem, Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson attended funeral services for Mrs Fischer at Spirit Lake, Saturday afterr noon. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cornelius and-family of Graettinger were Saturday evening supper guests in the Paul Cornelius home. Easter Sunday^ dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Duane Cornelius and Sherri Lou of Ringsted and Mr and Mrs Edwin Uthof anc family. L^st weekend guests were Mr and Mrs E. J. Booth anc VeeLoray of Fremont, Neb. Mrs Cornelius Who suffered a back njury in -a fall at her home nearly two months ago is confined to bed. It will probably toe nother month before she is able o be up and about. Mr and Mrs Fred Frink entertained at dinner last Sunday in lonor of their son Dennis' confirmation. Guests were Mr and VTrs Gerhart Wittkopf, and family ofAlgona, Mr and Mrs Eugene Wegener and family, Mr and Mrs Ervin Frink and family,'Rev. and Mrs.A. C. Kruegc'r, Walter, John, and Joan Wegener and Jerry Waite all of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Marlin Wegener are parents of a 5 Ib. 11 oz. daughter born March 16 at the Holy Family Hospital. She- has been named Debra Kay. Charles Newel was returned to his farm home Sunday. Mr Newel suffered a heart attack at the home of his daughter in Hartley and has been confined there. He must remain in bed for at least another week, and it will be several weeks before he is able to return to his work. Easter Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs L. J ; Weisbrod were Mi and Mrs Kern Elrick, Brian am Judy of Jefferson, Mr and Mrs David Newel and Curtis Sherry of >Masoii City, Alfred Meyer of Whittemore, Mrs Anna Boeyers. Mr and Mrs Harry Haase were afternoon callers. A large number of. folks attended the early sunrise services and breakfasts Easter morning, 85 worship servWe arid breakfast tHe St. John Lutheran churchilft Fehton; and service itt the Votttfi the Methodist Church., '& 10 Ham Of the 90 names drawn tat Fentonjast Friday flight, for free hams, Id were present and each received a free ham, courtesy of the Fenton Com* *munity Club. - * ; Winners Were Lawrence, Lien, 'Nancy Hainzinger, A./;' D. Bleckwenn, Mrs Eldoh f. Hantelman, Mrs Joe Madden, Donald Radig, Clarence Bier- fitedt, Ronald dhrifichilles, Wi"R. .Wolfe and Mrs Arno JuhL There will be 10 more • names drawn this coming, Fridey evening and* every , Friday rtight: in-April 10, names^be dfawh. /The' drawings will conciuae at me end of April, • , / •, (K 1 OUR NEW SEED CLEANER IS NOW READY TQ CLEAN YOUR OATS BEFORE THE SPRING RUSH. •fall- ^NOTICE . WE CANNOT CLEAN SOY BEANS UNTil HAVE BEEN-fiiEANEb. Mr ,and Mrs John Theesfield, pictured above, observed their v^en Wedding, anniversary,' Sunday, March 29, at their > home in renton, They \Vere married March 28, 1909, 'akMilford, 111. They moved to Kossuth county in ,1914, ana farmed near Fenton 'or'the following 38-'-years. In 1946 they moved' to'Fenton. ' The couple have three children, Mrs Gertrude Zumach of Fentont Earl of Armstrong, and Mrs Lucille Christenson of lola, WSs. •-•''.--' There were* about 70 'relatives, as well as a host of friends who, paid their; respects Sunday. '"Mr Theesfield has no special hobbies, although he likes to travel and does a little'/fishing. Mrs JTheesfield is active in Methodist church groups. (Glenn Studio foto — UDM engraving). v , were in attendance' at St. John the 6 a.m. service! followed by the Lutheran church "at Depew for breakfast; 91 attended the 6:30 .I'VE-GOT 'EM AT Bargain Written Guarantee Terrific Trade-In Buy on ' your Standard Credit Card-On Time If You Wish (No carrying charge) TUBELESS or CONVENTIONAL IT'S THE BEST DEAL EVER! STANDARD SERVICE ON HIGHWAY 44 IN FENTON, IOWA f V ' I A ', NOTICE OF SALE OF 2 26'X30' FRAME SCHOOL BUILDINGS! ""'' ';.','.-," ••-.- ATTHE '.;' ' ', •' ' .'" Sentral High School Gymnasium 8 pirn.,. Monday^ April 6, 1959 The Board of Dire'c'tors of Sentral Community School District will sell for cash in the gymnasium '.of the'high'school-building located, between Fenton and Lone Rock, Iowa, at 8:00 o'clock-P.M., April 6, 1959; two frame school buildings with dimensions of 26' by SO',-'located respectively on the school premises at Seneca and Fenton, Kossuth County;;Iowa. [' . " ' Sealed bids accompanied "by a check payable to Sentral Community- School District in the amount Of 25% of said bid accepted until. 8:00 o'clock P.M., on April 6, 1959, at the office'of the secretary of the aforesaid school district, . located in the high school b.uilding, with bid blanks now available at the office of; said secretary. ; - 'tv . At 8:00 o'clock, P.M., on April 6, 1959, in the gymnasium of'the high school building, the two'frame scKool houses will t be offered-separately on open bidding and after the completion of such open bidding, the sealed bids on, file will be opened and each of the two properties sold to the highest bidders for cash. , Settlement .to "be made on acceptance of bid, with the proviso that each of the two schbol' housesvbe removed from the respective premises on or before August 1, 1959. The right-is'reserved to reject, any'and all bids. Published by .Qrder of the Board of Directors and 'dated the 9th day of March, A.D., 1-959. For further'details'see secretary of the school board. , £'" -, / -' MARJORIE COUNTRYMAN, Secretary (12-13), w • * • Work Wonders on Your Well* witfc the *, - NEWEST Wall Paint! BUY QF THI WEEKI fJM&irlMM*. «*=a rs^s 4|)" FURTHER '' ' FiNTONrJPWA YOUR SUPERMIX PAINT HEADQUARTERS 423 IS M CORN FOR YOU! HOMiR MATTHIISIN I'CNTON, IOWA As I am going to quit milking I will hold a dairy dispersal sale on the farm located Z miles wes,t and 2'/4 miles south of Fenton, Iowa "on " -,- Sale .Starts At 1:00 P.M. 29 Head Hi Grade Holstein Cattle Hertithl Vinyl, fh* mog/c plastic that addt new beauty, new durability to America's mosf exciting products, Now available In Gilt Edge Paint .,, fo work prlghf new won* on frt» waffs .of your home! EASIEST TO APPLY! Glides on liko a bne$ze — dries in less than ont hour! ODOR FREE! Gilt Edge has added (ti exclusive blend of scientifically formulated ingredients tq new , Vinyl Latex to destroy point odor* <e*make newly painted room* irnell fresh and clean! COLOR5 to choose'^ super, cpat hiding! , f ASY QUAN UP! Drips, spotters, and equipment dean up y, easily with wqterl 29 per gal. FENTON, IOWA 2 Cows-third calf-fresh in Dec. 1 Cow-third calf-fresh in Feb. 2 Cows-fourth calm-fresh in Nov. 1 Cow-fifth calf-fresh in Jan, 2 Cows-Second cqlf-fresh in Pec. 2 Heifers-fresh in Nov. ' , 4 Heifers-fresh in Dec. . ,. • 1 Heifer-fresh in March i : • 5 Bred Heifers-to freshen in Qct. 1 Open Heifer • , 8 -Heifer calves : The above cows and heifers are bangs tested or,calf hood vaccinated. Auctioneers Note: This is a very high producing and outstanding herd of high grade ho|stein cattle, it will pay you well to attend this auction. The test on this herd of cows last month was 4,01 and the herd average in butterfat was 54 pounds. ' . * ' '.v'. • ' r ' ' '* " ^^^^^ . P^^B , ^^|W i * ^ . ' ^ ' * . ' r Side door opening 8 can milk cooler 2 milk 5trq(ners , , ' -11 -• Surge milking machine with pipeline for 15 : 2 Allis 11 g Chalmers 2 row Qultivgtar with side dressing q foot fertilizer spreader *;Ji v^-'0,' * ' t "' ;'•*•' : ;.'., > : Bank, Clefk

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