The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1959 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 23, 1959
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f * By thi Upper De* Motrlei Publishing Co., Algofta, tew* July MRS. ARDETH New* Sdffcf Qo.) UpiwNM MotfiM Janice Jentz, Bride-To-Be, Honored At Fenton Shower in Fenlon — Sixteen ladies wero hostesses Sunday afternoon at a miscellaneous shower honoring Janice Jentz, The dining room of St John's Lutheran church in Fenton was decorated with large baskets of mixed garden flowers for the occasion. The gift table was decorated in aqua and white. Mis* Vergene Norland was in charge of registering the guests. College friends of the bride-to- be Elaine Bratland of Mason City and Laribeth Folsom of Bode were in charge of the gifts. Mrs Olaf Norland was in charge of the following program. Vocal solo. 'True Love', by Mrs Larry Beckley accompanied at the "pi ano b >' J° anne Mitchell. Suzanne and Jan Newel. Ricky and John Shaw presented a play- let as a tribute to their former baby-sitter. Jane Ruger was piano accompanist for the play- let. Mrs Arlo Ranncy gave a reading and Joanne Mitchell a piano solo. A hat fashion premiere was enjoyed by all. A number of ladies participated in this, and Jane Ruger was the pianist. On Radio Program Roger Dreycr of Fenton and Deanna Grace of Hampton gave a 15 minute program Saturday noon at 12:15 with an interview on National Club Congress over KSMN Radio at Mason City. Fenton Forwards The Fenton Forwards met on July 13 at the Fenton Park. Their activity was outdoor cookery. Demonstration teams for the fair are: Junior — .Joyce Berkland and Marilyn Alt, Intermediate —Karen Seegebarth and Jackie Laabs. Senior — Jeanette Wichtendahl and Carol Bollinger. Circle Meeting The Nellie Circle met Wednesday, July 15 in the .church parlors. There were 12 members present. Mrs Wendell Rusch gave devotions and Mrs Ed Reimers presented the lesson. There will be no August meeting. Father Succumbs The father oi Mrs Charles Beaver, Fenton, died Thursda> at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Henry Brown, 84, a resident of the Estherville area for about 60 years, died of cancel and complications of age. Services were held 2 p.m. Saturday at the Union Baptis church at Estherville, the Rev Lester Strubhar officiating. of Jeanette Fabor to William Kenne Saturday, July 18. at 9:30 St Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. William Kenne is a nephew of Clarence Thilges. Mr and Mrs Clarence Thilges and son Alan arVd Mrs Art Wildren of Owatonna, Minn, were Saturday supper guests at the home of Joo Kenne of Irvington. Philip Wander left Thursday for Bloomington, 111. after visit- cntal J. A. Schwartz home. | Afmouneament ha» been made of the engagement and coming marriage of Janet Theesfield to William Nielsen of Fairmont. Janet is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Lester Theesfield of Armstrong, formerly of Fenton. Mr Nielsen is the son of Mrs Lucille Nielsen of Fairmont and the late Louis Nielsen. A winter wedding is being planned. Judy ESgler, who i* attending school at Iowa City spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Etgler. Mr and Mrs Hoelf Miller and 'Ruth were Sunday visitors in the Melvin Ricklefs home at Titonka. Mrs Stena Ca«ky, 80, of Duncombe, Iowa visited several days this past week in the home of niece. Mrs B. G. Berkeland. Other ESflMAffi AND * El j<j|KD Of Town council of*Fenton of j<°f uth »£2"!^r« To ,Sn< KKH August 3, 1959. at 8:00 P.M., at Community Center. Taxpayers will be heard for or n«alnst the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning January 1. I960. A detailed statement of receipt* and disbursements, both past nnd anticipated will be available at the near l n *;, w Town Clerk. .* FUNDS 'a.-. &M Expenditures ; Year 1957 i* 0 fe Expenditures Year 1958 S Proposed Expenditures Estimated 19« 1 t3*£ Estimated Unencumbere Balance Jan. 1 P. A Estimated In< Other Than 5 Taxation 1S« : . %% • Amount Nee > to be raised > Taxation 1961 the Harold ing two weeks in Wehrspann home. Mrs Kenneth Johnson entertained in honor of her son Kevin's 6th birthday Thursday. Guests present were Randy Vaudt, Jimmy Steinberger, Johnny Mueller. Mike Berkland, Greg Jones and Greg Eimers. Mrs Elizabeth Baas of the Good Samaritan Home in Algona spent Friday and Saturday with .her daughter, Mrs Robert Wegener. Mr and Mrs Melvin Hicklefs of Titonka are the parents o.f a son born Tuesday. July 14 in the Forest City hospital. Roger William weighed 7 pounds. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller are the Maternal grandparents.' Merle and Barbara Halverson are attending two weeks of Bible Camp at Mission Farms near Minneapolis. The Halversons, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Elmer Lee of Estherville drove to Minneapolis on Sunday. Miss Melinda Hantelman, who has been visiting Fenton relatives j | IGV^J **» « *•' •**• « • «•—-*- * jr guests included Mr and Mrs Melvin Bratrud and Marlys of Ringsted and Mr and Mrs Leif Ri,erson of Ruthven on Saturday evening and Mrs Kalmer Randa and Kathy of Estherville on Monday afternoon. General :- 1.Q77. Street 2.908. Public Snfety 1.830. Sanitation — 833.' Recreation 1 .»—- 420. Utilities ~ — 3.8SS- Debt Service ...» —-.-*- 3,840. Trust and Agency •.._• 181. Street (Road Use Tax) Liquor Profit .*......-»-—« 1.103. 7.278. 2.274. 48G. 4!lS. 3.970. 3,780. 180. 2,000. 4,000. 2.000. 1,000. 700. 4.000. 3,750. 200. 4,000. 2,000. 500. 4,000. 2,000. 1,000. 700. 3,750. 200. urlough, Aug. 1, his wife will accompany him back to Oklahoma. They have a trailer housi in Which they will live.. Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H met at the home of Jeannie tiartshorn. The group discussed the county demonstrations. Kenny Beaver and Dick England are the junior demonstration team -and Larry Johanhesen and Jerry Eng land are the. senior team. Dick England and Kenny Beaver gave a demostraition. Rev. Harlan Blockhus and his family left Aug. 19 for their vaca itiort. Sunday, July 26, is vaca tion Sunday. Sunday, Aug. 2, is Worship Service at 8:30 a.m. with the Rev. Carlo Peter-sen of Ring sted in charge of the service. TOTALS 14,781., 15.003. 17.850. 7,300. 12,850 Taxable valuation (1688) ..*<....—i...* Taxable valuation, agricultural lands'(11)58) Moneys and credits (19S8) — ^..^ $626,268 „.$ 10,322 "" _^.._—$129,583 Fenton 4-H Has Outing At Lake f enton — The Fenton Forwards returned last Wednesday from Okdboji where they were staying since Monday. Their leaders, Mrs Lloyd . Berfcland and Mrs Milford Mitchell accompanied them; They stayed at a cottage belonging to Marlys ',Tham,sen's grandparents, ; They were married in 1888 and ave spent most erf their -lives in Dallas County. It's reports like these that are encouraging to me for they show progress toward better farrmrig and livestock production. OftGAN Daisy Bufd, church organist at the Federated church in Lisbon for over 50 years recently played at the dedication services of a rebuilt organ at that church. Mr and Mrs Clarence Thilge and Alan attended the man-lag .I1UO Y*»*"-'--CT _^| -, or the past week, went to She-field on Monday where she will -isit in the Deiter home before eturning to her home at Clinton. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn took Miss Salina Hantelman to Duluth on Tuesday where she will visit relatives. She will leave from New York by plane on Aug. 1st o return to (Izmir, Turkey. Tho Bruhns planned to return to Fenton Thursday. Mrs Jim Harris and daughter of ^akewood have been Visiting in [he Sam Warner and Martin Ohm homes. A number of local people attended the Heiter reunion held at West Bend, la. on Sunday. These included Mr and Mrs Art Mueller, Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and Mr and Mrs Clayton Ditsworlh and girls. Mr and Mrs Charles Theesfield. Mr and Mrs Dick Theesfield and Susan, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Sunde and family of Ringsted and -Mr and Mrs Clarence Theesfield of Fairmont enjoyed a picnic supper Sunday evening at the Lester Theesfield home near Armstrong. Mr and Mrs John Weisbrod and family of Trenton, Mich, were guests this past week in the par- Coming Events Thursday, July 30 — St. John's Lutheran W.M.F. at Depew. VoigfHomels Scene, Family Reunion, July 12 COMPLETE CLOSING OUT Farm Auction As I am quilting farming lo enter business in Waukon I will sell the following described Personal Properly at public auction on the farm located 1 A mile south of Cylinder on Tuesday, July 28 Fenton — Those attending a family reunion at the C. C. Voigt home on Sunday, July 12 were Mr and Mrs E. D. Sweaney and sons, Bob and Don of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Carl Voigt and children Charles, Carol, Tom and David of Cylinder, Mr anc .Mrs Paul Voigt and daughters Judy and Roxianna of Fenton Mr ' and Mrs Chalmer Bonnick sen of Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Fred Hulchinson and children, Wayne Harold, Deloris and Mary, M and Mrs Chester Churchill anc daughter Barbara Ann all o Rever, Minn. Mr and Mrs Mervin Widdle and children Linda, Keith, Nancy, Dick and John of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Voigt and son Steven of San Antonio, Tex., Mr and Mrs Kenneth Voigt and children, Larry, Allen, Kathleen and Joyleen of Fairmont, Minn., and Jerry Langerman of Fenton. Those unable to attend were Mr and Mrs Leslie Voigt and children Dianna and Gilbert of Portland, Oregon, Mr and Mrs Ralph Voigt and children Ronnie, Regino, James and Susan of Tulsa, Okla., and Mr and Mrs Rodger (Robins and son Danny of Independence. Mrs Robins is a daughter of Paul Voigts. Bridal Shower For Beverly Odin, Seneca Seneca — Beverly Odin was onored at a bridal shower Mon-i ay evening at the Seneca school ymnasium. The guests were .registered by Mrs Virgil Gardner. Rose corsages were presented to the honored guests, her mother, Mrs Carrie Odin, Mrs N. F. Andrews'and daughters of Gruver and a great- aunt ,of the honored guest, 'Mrs E. L. Felkey of Estherville. -,Mrs Ronald Friermuth ;announced the program whieh'con- sisted of vocal selections by Sharon Dorsey and Carol Hanisch; a reading by Mrs Dennis, Breitenfeld and various contests. The bride-to-be was assisted with the opening of her shower gifts by two classmates, Kathryn Johannesen and Judy Davis. < The great-aunt, Mrs E. L. Felkey, presided at the silver service. Hostesses included 'Mrs Roy Klein, Mrs Virgil Gardner, Mra Charles Beaver, Mrs Lawrence Ullehswang, Mrs Ronald Friermuth, 'Mrs Roy Klein, Mrs Henry •Cooft, Mrs -Caleb .HartshqnvJyErs Dennis Breitenfeld, MrsWeMJii Madsen and Dorothy, Mrs ;Delni&r Fischer and Margaret, Mrs Clarence Menz, Mrs Davis and Judy, (Mrs Russell Kaufdhnan, Mrs Gene Bollig, Mrs William Dorsey and Sharon, Mrs Lyle England, Mrs John Kressin, Mrs Leslie Denton and Darlene, Mrs Lawrence Johannesen and Kathryn and Mrs Robert Burt. Beverly Ann Odin and Lloyd Andrews of Gruver will be married Sunday, Aug. 9, at the Methodist church at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Wayne .Lynch went to Burlington last weekend where they visited with the letter's father, Francis Foley. Mr Foley has not been, recuperating as rapidly as • expected following a recent illness. The Blakjer Women's Missionary Federation met Thursday afternoon at the church parlor with Mrs Olaf Oftedahl and Mrs Henrietta Thompson as hostesses. Mrs John Johannesen presented the Radio and TV department. In addition to giving timely information on the program a skit was presented by Mrs Johannesen, Mrs Henry Jensen and Mrs Fred Johannesen on the TV and Radio Program of the WMF. The Bible Study was Wegeners Back From Trip West Fenton — Mr and Mrs Robert Wegener returned from a trip to the west coast. While there they visited Mr Wegener's brother, the Henry Wegeners and the Stanley Champs, all of Tacoma, Wash. The Wegeners' sons, Dale and David visited their sister and family, Mrs O. J. Benson of Morris, Minn, during this time. 25th Anniversary Mr and Mrs Joe Culbertson of Lone Rock will observe their .twenty-ifive wedding anniversary with an open house at their home. Hours are from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. July 26. MABRIED Mr and Mrs Samuel Emmer of Granger recently celebrated their 72nd wedding anniversary VV .UVitJ- » **xv» .*_. — •— — ^ *. presented by Mrs Curtis Olsen. 3he was assisted by Mrs Henry Wiltoerg. The members .brought gifts for the Bethesda Children's Home at Beresford, South Dakota. Mrs P. H Jensen, Box Work secretary, will pack and send the gifts to the home. The program closed with the worship offering, t ot- tering hymn and table prayer. Mrs Bertha Pommer of Algona a Monday visitor at the Henry Looft home. Mrs Lawrence Johannesen,.who submitted to surgery at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville last Wednesday, returned home Monday afternoon. . Dennis stationed enjoying is Breitenfeld who at Fort Sill, Okla., ia a furlough with his wife and other relatives and friends. At the conclusion of his 23 Sale Starts at 1:00 P.M. 39 - HEAD OF LIVESTOCK - 39 HEAD OF HIGH GRADE HOLSTEIN CATTLE 23 1 Holslein cow 3 years Just fresh. 4 Holstein cows 2 years Milkinq now. 1 Holstein cow 5 years Fresh by sale dale. 1 Holstein cow 5 years Milking now. 1 Holslein cows 3 years Milkinq now. 3 Bred Holsiein Heifers. old. old. old. old. old. 2 Holslein cows 5 years, old. Fresh in Sept. S Holstein yearling Heifers. 1 Holslein cow 7 years old. Milking now- 1 Holslein cow 4 years old. Milking now. 1 Holslein Heifer calf. 2 Holstein Heifers.5 months. The above cows are Bangs lesled and the heifers are calfhood vac. 15 FEEDER PIGS WEIGHT 150 IBS. 500 BALES ALFALFA HAY 50 BALES BROME HAY BROODER HOUSE 1950 Oliver 77 Tractor; 1950 Oliver 4 row cultivator; Tractor Chains 11-38's; Heal Houset and Umbrella; Oliver 2 row pull type corn picker; 1951 Allis Chalmers Combine; 1955 four row Oliver Corn Planter; 1956 Case Rotary Hoe; 12 fool John Deere Spring Tooth; 15 fool International Disc; Low down John Deere Hoist; Speed Jack; 2-16 Oliver Radex Plow; Fairbank Morse Hammermill 10 in.: 8 in. HammermiU endless belt; Johnson gas tank water heater; 1949 8N Ford Tractor: Rear end Ford Manure Loader: Semi mounted 12 foot Ford D'sc; Carry all platform for Ford; Ford Post Puller: Ford Belt Pully; Standard cower lake off extension; 1955 New Idea Mower semi mount; Allis Chalmers power Side Delivery Rake; 42 foot Graham Bradlev Elevator; 4 section Noble Harrow lever flexible; No. 12 New Idea Manure Spreader; 3 bottom International flat bottom Plow; 2-Four wheeled trailers with flare boxes; Endgate Seeder, DAIRY EQUIPMENT — 195$ Two Unit DeLaval Magnetic Milker with pipeline foj- 13 cows; 6 can Dari Kool side door milk cooler; Surge double lank wash tank; 2 milk room water heaters. MISCELLANEOUS — 315 Gal. Gas barrel with hose; 275 gal. fuel oil barrel; 100 steel posts; 4 loq chains; 1 electric motor; 18 foot ladder? 5 ton hydraulic jack? Boys used bicycle; Wire roller (fits 8ny tractpr); Bench Vise? 15 foot chest type freezer; 10 inch oil fcurnerj 2 burner gas plate; 70 pal. hog waterer; 35 bu. hog feeder; 4 ft, oval water tank (new); Hog troughs; 6 Heat lamps; 10 ft. feed bunks 2 Par-Mak electric fencers; Gear Spray Pump. in Y*a* OW Saddle Mare (The Best) Saddle and Bridle (2 Years Qld) TERMS* XJsual Auctipn Terms — Nothing to be removed for «*« Not Responsible Fpy Accidfnts. FRANCIS SCHOTT 49 At Fenton Family Picnic Fenton — A get-together picnic was held last Sunday at the Fenton park. Present were 49 children, .grandchildren and great- grajidehildren of Mrs Mary Hansen of Fenton. The guest list included Mr and Mrs Leo Elbert, Corwith; 'Mr and Mrs J. H. Farrell, WHittemore; Mr and Mrs Elaine Saxton and family, Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Gilbert Saxton and family, Cylinder; Mr and Mrs Ervin Engholm and family, Marquis Saxton and Mrs Florence Saxton, Ringsted; Mrs Luella Hansen, Armstrong; Mr and Mrs Harold Saxton and family, Emmetsburg; Jerry and Carol Ann Egbert, Cedar Falls; Mr and Mrs Jerry Butler and sons, Blooming Prairie, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Arnold Voigt and Lynda Hofer, Dexter, Minn,; Mr and Mrs LaVerne Blakestad and Mr and Mrs Eugene Voigt and family, Austin, Minn.; John Farrell, Chicago; and James Farrell, Oakland, Calif. INSTALLATION or REPAIRS FURNACES - DEEP & SHALLOW WELL SYSTEMS - PLUMBING SUPPLIES PLUMBING • HEATING * WIRING ^ - t WE SELL - SERVICE - INSTALL McFALL & RUSCH Phone 159 - Fenton Auxiliary Hears Report On Girls State Campout Fenton — The Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs Gerhard Hantelman on July 10. Mrs Elmer Hanisch and Carol were guests. The Auxiliary sponsored Carol at Girls' State in Cedar Falls in June. Carol gave a very interesting report. The Auxiliary voted to give $2.50, to the following: Iowa Training School for Boys at Eldora, Iowa State Train* ireg School for Girls at Mitchell, and Toledo Juvenile Home. They sent two boxes of used clothing to Woodward. The Auxiliary gave a memorial In honor of Arnold Krous'e, . i iMrs Hans Paago installed the new officers. Mrs Martin Ohm, 'Mrs Sam Warner am} Mrs John Waite attended a reception at Al- gws July 6 for 141}ie F*th, new 8th 4Jstnct president. The next meeting will be Aug. tfth at Mrs Ed Bruhns. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bu». Phone 3 R»»- Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building * Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E, W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 9$ Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Ayto & Tractor Repair* FENTON, I A. UQYD M, licensed Real Estate Broker end Farm loan* And Auefjon $ervi*t Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa DeMously lighter! THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 DRAB ROOMS BECOME BEAUtlFUL NEW ROOMS with just 1 coat of SUPER KIM-TONE Latex Wall Paint K/eiTDiJT SUPER. Dries In less than an hour and it's guaranteed washable. So easy to apply! Velvet-rich finish in your choice of lovely colors. STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON, IOWA Safe as a No Flame... No Danger when You Light. Bulb! (BETTER) Electric Heat is Better. It's.., • SPACC-SAVINO • CLEANER • f ASTER • HEALTHPUl • MORE COMFORTABLE • SAFER • MODERN HEAT YOUR HOME THE WAY YOU WANT IT. Electric Heating is even heat . . . controlled to th» qxact degree you want in each room. And it's safe as the electric light you read byl There is no flamo ... no fire hazard from leaks. A chimney isn't needed because gases or fumes aimply do not exist, Thermostat!? controls are trouble-free. That's modern living , f , electricallyl IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY Wor* of Modern Living* where electricity does ever, See A Qualified Contractor and HEAT BETTER - -. LIVE BETTER Electrically

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