The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1959 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 11, 1959
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**••»** s^Jgiv-V ;-.'•' -; •- •, .-;. ,- ( , , ,. - - .« f^WArt ly th• tofti* t>« Molftw Juitt II, Wfft MRS, AHOCTM HALVWJ6N ki*ife* PWWl ig Fenton - : %^ ' , . ' To Observe 50, Years Business With Big Show . F,enton — A 50th> Anniversary Jubilee Party 'is bfeihg sponsored by the ^ehton Cooperative EleVa- tor, Saturday evening, June ,13, - in the Fentoh' school gym, start- ting .at 8 p.m.. Everyone is invited. " '; * A'full h6Ur of regular vaudeville acts is 1 , being offered,.-presented by the Mario Show Productions. These include a puppet act, song and dance act, musical instrument act .and roller skating act. There will be fun for the entire family, gifts for the .ladies, and a lunch at the conclusion will be served by the Sentral Band Mothers club. A special guest will be Don Edison, executive secretary of the Farmers Grain Dealers Association "of Iowa. ' .? The Fenton elevator, the largest single business in Fenton/ was organized, 50 years ago. Only one of the original charter board of directors, i r John- Light of Fenton, is still living. Curtis Lura is elevator manager today. ' During the years the Fenton Party Saturday elevator has made consistent growth. * .Today its buildings cover' a sizeazle area just north of the C. & N.W. tracks in Fenton, on the north end of Main Street. The above photo, taken several years ago, right after construction of the new concrete elevator, gives some idea of the scope of the co-op's holdings. Recently, a new grain storage building was erected just east of the new concrete elevator. (UDM engraving) i • Mr and Mrs Ed , Bruhn' left Thursday to visit in the Wilmar Hantelman home at Wabash, Ind. for several days. . Mr and Mrs Louie Weisbrod spent the weekend visiting in th Kern.Elerick home at Jefferson lowar Mrs.Elerick Recently had surgery. Jan Clark of Bancroft and Roger ; .-; Dreyer attended the dedication of a new bath house at the swimming pool at the 4-H Camp Center at Madrid. The pool was giyeri to the State 4-H Camp by the Farm Mutual Insurance Company of Iowa. Fairville Ladies Aid m, et Thursday, May 4, in the church parlors. Mrs Albert Blecfcwenn and Mrs Daniel Bleckwenn were hostesses, Mrs Ed Grienert of Whittemore was a guest.- Services For Fenton Man, 54, Monday Fenten — Funeral services were, hold Monday afternoon fof Arthur Borkland, 54, at St. John's Lutheran church at Depcw with Rev. Oliver Johnson officiating. Bitrinl was at the North Cemetery of St. John's Lutheran church. Mr Berkiand, a farmer near Rodman, was taken to the Emmetsburg hospital Tuesday morning following a heart attack suffered at his home th'e previous 'Monday night. He is the first •of thirteen children 6f the late Mr and -Mrs Olai Berkland to succumb. ' Mr Berkland was born August 28, 1904, near Fenton. In January 1930 he was united in marriage to Gertrude Mansager at Cylinder. Surviving are his wife and two children, Truman of Fort Dodgo and Mrs Richard Bl'ake of Mallard, Also three grandchildren. Brothers and sisters are Alfred & Oscar of Wahoo, Neb. Rueber% -.loyd and Donald of Fenton, Mrs Truman Thompson, Mrs, Robert Gretchen and Ervin of Cylinder, VTrs Henry Mansager, Mrs 'Martin Tindeland and Carl of Clarissa, Saturday and will spent the summer with his parents, Mr and Mrs Fritz Freyholtz. Jerry at* lends Concordia College at St. Paul, Minn. Mr and MM Lloyd CornftHui of Gropliingcr and Mr and Mrs Diiano Cornelius and Sherry Lou Of Armstrong wore Sunday evening guests' in tho Ed Uthot home. Mr and Mrs Frlla Freyholtt and Jorry attended funeral services for Mrs Eddie GaUlko ni Winthrop, Minn. Monday. The deceased was nn aunt of Frcyholtz. Mrs HEARD THE NEWS The Fastest Growing Furniture Store In No. Central Iowa. program wore selections from tJie rks of these gremt composers. Also on the program were two piano trios. One trio was Tim and Tom Strtieeker and Steven Schlei as the "Three Musketeers' and the other trio was Nad hie Weisbrod and Elaine Schlei pltiy- ng with Mrs Jones. A highlight of the solo selections was 'Rhapsody In Ornngo' ay Candy .Christiansen,'- Candy neld an orange irt her right hand and used it to touch the keys as she played the solo. Steven Schlei and Patricia Dreyor wore presented aWimls for having the most practic hours. Steven received 1st and Patricia, second. Thursday, Jon* 11, 1959 Algona (la.) Upf*f DM Molnet-4 lill and family, Mr and Mrs Don Dokken and son and Lorraine Oftednhl. Bruce Hartshorn and James GeilenfiHd left last Thursday 9 Fenton Area Students Offer Piano Recital Fenion — Mrs Warren Jone presented her piano students it a recital. Friday evening at the Fenton school. Students participating were Candy Christiansen daughter of Mr and Mrs Kermit Christiansen of Ringsted, Bonnie Crouch, Ln- veda Kohlwes, Elaine Schlei, Steven Schlei, Tim and Tom Struecker, Nadine Weisbrod and Marcia Langerman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Cecil Lnnge of Ringsted. Each of the students hod made 3 study of a famous composer md the first part of the evening's Minn. Senlral Band Concert The Sentral High.School Band, under the direction of Warren Jones will present a scries of Band Concerts this summer at Fenton, beginning this Friday opening. The Concents will be on Friday evenings at 8 p.m. at the Band Stand. Mr Jones plans to have rehearsals on Tuesdays at the Fenton School building. Also beginning this week, students will be given lessons during the s u m m e i months. These lessons pertain to the beginners l and each student will be notified when he is to report for his lesson. ADDS 2,000 MORE OF FLOOR SPACE . In Addition To Our 8,800 Sq. Ft. of Floor Space (n Our Main Store. We Have Now Leased 2,000 More ,Sq. Ft. In The Farmer Krause Bldg.' Across Main Street From Our Main Store. ' THE BEST COSTS LESS AT PETERS-EN FURNITU IN FENTON, IOWA Coming Events Thursday, June 11 — Deptrw Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club Dorothy Circle. Friday, Juno 12 — Logion Auxiliary; Band Concent, 0 p.m Monday, Juno 15 — Community Club. Tuesday, June 16 — Town & Country Woman's Club. Wednesday, Juno 17 — Ella Circle; Nellie Circle. Thursday, Juno 18 — Bkikjor W.M.F.; Independence Mixers; Vcrna Circle. morning for Wapptoga Falts, New YSrk where they employed thia sttfnflier, They se* compsnied Donald Fundeberg of, Swea City. SENECA NEWS Lois Wilbcrg, member of the Seneca Stars, will represent the locnl club as a delegate to the 4-H Stale convention held at Ames this week. Sunday guests at the Olaf Ofto- dahls 'included Mr and Mrs Bruce Miss Henrickson, Cylinder, Bride In Fenton, May 31 Dairy Dispersal Auction Due io the unexpected death of my husband I will h old a complete dispersal sale of all my livestock and dairy equipment at the farm located Vt mil e south and 1 '/a miles west and 2 miles south and !/2 mile west of Cylinder or '5 miles east. 4 miles south and Vi mile west of Emmelsburg on Saturday, June 13 Sale Starts at 1:00 p.m. , 185 - Head of Livestock -185 35 HEAD OF HIGH GRADE , HOLSTEIN CATTLE 35 3 Holstein first calf heifers 7 Holstein cows-third calf 6 Holstein cows-second calf < 2 Holstein cows-fourth calf These cows have freshened between November and March. All are bred, All are T.B. and Bangs tested, ,4 Holstejri heifers to freshen in Oct. 6 Holstein heifer calves These heifers have* ell-been calf hood vaccinated for bangs, 6 steers — 1 purebred registered black angus six year old bull-guaranteed breeder and very gentle. MILKING EQUIPMENT EM-BEE 250 gallon capacity bulk milk tank cooler (2 years old). Surge milking machine with 2 new style buckets and pipeline {or 20 cows (2 years old). Surge 50 gallon water heater (2 years old) , , 2 walk-in l»og feeders, , 1-16 foot hay bunk. Auctioneers note; This is a. very outstanding herd of high producing holstein milk cows, They have been selling grade "A" milk for a number of years. The milking equipment is in excellent condition having been purchased within the,last two yews. SPRING FEEDER PIGS ISO VSUAk AVCTION TERMS NOT RESPQN§III,E IN CASE OF Mrs. Arthur Berkland, Owner Lloyd Berkland and lyl» Benson, and Mrs Oliver Slpeber and 'Sue have moved to Milforc where ' Mr Stoeber is teaching Drivers ' Education for the Mil ford School Summer Program There are twenty enrolled. The Stoebers purchased a small trailer home to live in this summer. Their son, Steve, remained at Peterson where he is employed in farm work. St. John's Ladies Aid met Wednesday, May 3. Mrs John Fuhr, Mrs William Eimers, and Mrs William Hantelman were hostesses. Rev. Friedrich conducted a Bible Quiz on the book of Ruth. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber spent Sunday with the Rev. and Mrs W. E. Borne in Des Moines where they attended the American Baptist Conventio'n. Mrs Borne is a twin sister of Mrs Stoeber. Mir 'and ,Mrs Richard Stucki are parents of a 7 Ib. 6 oz. baby girl born Tuesday, June 2. Sho has been named Julie Kay. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber,and Mr and Mrs Marion Stucki are ths grandparents. Mrs Dale Weisbrod, Pam and Nadine and Mrs Clara Fischer were visitors in the Arlo Voigt home Saturday at' Grove City, Minn. Mrs Art Voigt who had been visiting there returned home with them. Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedt re- ceived'word from Albert Lea that Mr and Mrs Bryon Willmert are the parents of a baby girl born on Memorial Day. Mrs Willmert is the former Mary Elizabeth Bierstedt, R.N. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Lee, Linda and Loren of Bakersfield-, Calif., were Monday dinner guests in the S. E.. Straley home. Luther League members of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, enjoyed a picnic supper at the Fenton park Sunday evening. For recreation, the group played ball, i • Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager are the parents of a son born Saturday, June 6, at the Holy Family hospital, He weighed 8 Ibs. 3 oz. The new arrival makes a family of six sons for the Yagers. Miss Marilyn Jentz of Indianapolis, Ind. has been a recent visitor in the parental George Jentz home. She plans to leave July -'4th with friends for a two weeks vacation on the Virgin Islands. Mr and Mrs Berneii Heine and daughter of Algona were Sunday visitors in the parental Gerhard Hantelman home. Mr and Mrs Lorenz. Ruhnke and family of Livermore were recent visitors in the Martin Ohm home. Arthur Sorensen, * who has been stationed in Korea, arrived home Sunday evening for a 30 day furlough. Qhsrles Theesfield is a patient at the Holy Family Hospital in gstheryilie.'• H© has been rios* pitaljzed since last Wednesday. Jeyry Freyholiz arrived home Fenton — In a pretty ceremony performed Sunday, May 31, Carole Henrickson became the bride of Lawrence D. Rodgers. Rev. Harvey Walker performed the double ring ceremony in the Methodist church at 3 p.m. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Dennis Henricksen of Cylinder and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence A. Rodgers of Des Moines. Decorations were in blue and white. Robert Bailey of Emmetsburg was organist and .Miss Mary Louise Sorenson of Grael- tinger was soloist. The bride given in marriage by her father was attired in a floor length gown of lace and net, and carried pink, roses. Her attendants were Mrs Jerry Hanson of Perry and Miss Lana Hutehin- son of Montezuma. David Bcal of DCS Moinc and the bride's only brother, Den nis Henricksen Jr. of Add wcr the bridegroom's attendants. Following the wedding, a re ccption was held in the churc parlors for 125 guests. Miss Lc Ann Hill of Waterloo was i charge of the feuest book. Th three tiercel wedding cake, ice in blue, was cut and served b Mrs Dennis Henricksen Jr. an Mrs David Beal. Mrs H. O Peterson of Topeka, Kansas, an Mrs Ernest Henricksen of Esthe ville poured. Following a wedding trip, U couple will make their home in Dos Moines. Both are students of Drake University, majoring in business administration. Both will be employed this summer in the office .of the Methodist Hospital at DCS Moines. HANDY DANDY GIFTS for DAD! WEATHER STATION Dad will love this new gadget. Tells him the wind direction and velocity. Also rain gauge, thermometer, and cords rain fall. re$1.49 CHECK FILE Roto View Jars To keep Dad's bolts, screws and washers neat and orderly. $2.49 SUN & WIND GOGGLES INSTALLATION or REPAIRS FURNACES - DEEP & SHALLOW WELL SYSTEMS - PLUMBING SUPPLIES PLUMBING • HEATING * WIRING WE SELL - SERVICE - INSTALL McFALL & RUSCH Phone 159 — Fenton ff TOere Electricity does Everything Including Heating Just the thing fo keeping checks and bilk at finger* tip reach. $2.88 Make Dad happy on those dirty, windy days, HALLMARK FATHER'S DAY CARDS STOEBER HARDWARE FBNTON THE LAUNDRY AND HOME PLANNING CINT« I RELAX «T. enjoy your fwnlljr« t jfi I while your electric home laundry does i , I th«s haf4 work on washday. la yowr ] Total Electric Horn*, your laundry i* mow thaa j automatic ,., U can THINKI Program computer* la laundromat Md dryef ] automatically select the right cycle for tny ftbjfr ,.. ir om ekvw w«J» »ad dry pro&rann, ' (?ef 77//s 5oofT of ^£|y /0£45/ N l»lt» yoti oM e*wt At **<Wi»ff H»«l*i Living C*nlir« > ,4 Ji««r«n»! «twl W*R« bomt Ihto ytpr 111 fN i» |W» I*' 1 IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWI

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