The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1967 · Page 20
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6— Algeria (la.) Upper DM MoiriM Thursday, Dec. 14, 1967 Redwood trees are fast grower*. Under ideal conditions a redwood will grow to some 2V4 feet in diameter and well over 150 feet high in 50 years. NEED A TYPEWRITER FOR SCHOOL? YOU GET THE BEST DEAL AT THE UPPER DESMODJES PUB. CO. NOTICE! During January, February and March, These Stores Will CLOSE at 6 P.M. on SATURDAY NIGHTS Fenton Drug • Priebe Grocery Pete's Market • Stoeber Hdwe. Ray Uthof New Chief Fenton F.D. FENTON - The Fenton firemen met Thursday evening for their regular meeting. Election of officers was held for the coming year. Ray Uthof was elected chief, replacing Merle Voigt who had held that post for six years. Merle Voigt was then elected assistant chief, the post Uthof had held for six years. Stan Berkland 'was elected captain, replacing Delbert Geitzenauer, and Marion Stucki was reelected secretary and treasurer, Jim Meyer was elected delegate at large and Hernie Kramer arid Jack Munch were elected to the building committee. Appearing For Your Entertainment: STEVE & THE JUBILEES SATURDAY, DEC. 16 BERNIE'S RECREATION FENTON The M. Y. F. of the Fenton Methodist church met Wednesday evening, Dec. G, at the church parlors witli 22 members present. Billy Duncan had the lesson entitled "Why Bother With God 1" Rev. Eldridge gave the worship. The M.Y.F. plan to have a lake sale Dec. 10. Lunch was served by the hostess, Mary Ellen Ditsworth. Sentral Community schools will dismiss Thursday, Dec. 21, at 2:30 p. m. to start Christmas vacation and classes will resume Tuesday, Jan. 2. DECEMBER MACHINERY CLEARANCE SALE 2 — No. 144 4-row Brady Choppers with heavy duty gear box and used tires each $1050 1 — No. 720 72 inch Brady Chopper with short hood and used tires '. $900 1 — Brady Grinder-Mixer with heavy duty, P.T.O. shaft, mag- net and 2 screens $1850 Rachet Jack with machine each $20.00 Plus Sales Tax on Each Machine - NO TRADE-INS WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON, IOWA Dale De Young, who farms 385 acres near Taintor, Iowa, raises about 500 hogs per year on a Felco'Statex Feeding Program He has been a Felco/Statex feeder for twelve years. KEEP GESTATING SOWS TRIM WITH FELCO/STATEX SOW CHUNKS Control the weight on instating sows and it will cost less to food thorn. They only need to be fed enough to maintain body weight while developing healthy pigs. Your local Felco/Statex Cooperative provides Felco/Statex Sow Chunks to do this job economically and effectively. Large Litter Production Felco/Statex Sow Chunks contain just the right amounts of vitamins, minerals, protein, and energy to keep your gestating sows vigorous and healthy for "large litter" production. They won't get over-weight . . . but will stay just right for high net margin farrowing. Years Ahead Research Sow Chunks is a swine formula developed on the Felco/Statex Research Farm. It represents the latest in hog raising feed management. Helping you realize more return from your time and efforts in swine production takes a large part of Felco/Statex research. Quality You Want The farmer ownership and control of your Felco/Statex Cooperative offers you the assurance of the kind of quality you want. After all. it's a sure bet a farmer is not going to short change himself! Reasonable Cost When you feed Felco/Statex you know what you're paying for . . . the highest quality ingredients plus manufacturing and distribution . . . and that's all. As a farmer-owner-user you get back all of the margins as patronage savings. Stop In Soon FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Perfect attendance records for the month of November for members of the Sunday School were Lori Duncan, Kathy Gerhart, Audrey Hurlburt, Iris Gerhart, Verlea Douglas, Lonelda Gingrich, Kent Voigt, Kathy Voigt, Jane Voigt, Valanine Voigt, Brian Gerhart, Randy Hurlburt, Marjorie Weisbrod, Cindy Voigt, Bill Douglas, Wayne Gerhart, Leanne Schlei, Mrs. Floyd Duncan, Mrs. Amanda Kern, Mrs. Ella Walte, Mrs. Ed Lillian Schlei, Mrs. Art Voigt, Marold Schlei, Eugene Huskamp, Joel ' r iigt, Barbara Voigt, Martha H;»isen and Elda Schlei. Lutheran Layman's League of St. John's Lutheran church held their Christmas party Sunday evening at the church parlors with a pot-luck supper at 6:30 p. m. James Meyer, M. Vic Struecker, Mrs. Emil Bierstedt and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman were in charge of the program entitled "When The Light Shines Through." A Skit was given by some members of the League. Rev. Rex Spicer showed slides of church activities that he had taken this past year. Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber and family, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Kerber and family, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kerber and family, Ernmetsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Borchardt and family were Monday evening supper guests at the John Kerber home, Fairmont, for their anniversary. Joan Thilges Of Fenton Weds On Dec. 9th FENTON - In an 8:00 candlelight ceremony held at St. John's Lutheran Church in Fenton, Dec. 9th, Joan Thilges became the bride of Maynard Nemitz. Rev. Rex Spicer officiated at the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thilges attended the couple. Following the marriage ceremony, lunch was served at the Maynard Nemitz home where the couple will live. - o Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hurlburt and family, Ft. Dodge, were Sunday evening supper guests at the Don Hurlburt home. Wednesday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs. Rex Wolfe were Mrs. Frank McFall, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Mrs. Ernest Votteler, Mrs. Amanda Kern, Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod and Mrs. John Munch. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck and Mr. and Mrs. HermanxMaahs were Tuesday evening visitors at the Ervin Siems home at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beecroft, Turtle Lake, Wise., spent the weekend at the Hans Baagohome. Mrs. Ed Beecroft, Turtle Lake, Wise., is spending this week at the Hans Baago home. Friday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs. Rex Wolfe were Mrs. Herman Maahs, Mrs. RoyChris- chilles, Mrs. Hans Baago, Mrs. Fred Preul, Mrs. Art Voigt, Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mrs. Freda Sims and Mrs. Nettie Yager. 'Keeps the hog shed warm " THE FENTON REPORTER MRS. RAY UTHOF News Editor The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Merle Voigt. A Christmas gift was sent to the Auxiliaries' sponsored child at Glenwood. $2.50 was sent to the Mental Health Institute at Cherokee and $7.00 to the Anne Wittenmeyer orphange at Davenport for Christmas for the orphans. The Ladies Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran-church, Fairville, met Thursday afternoon at the church parlors with Mrs. Lloyd Bleckwenn, Mrs. Gilbert Bleckwenn, Mrs. Norman Bollinger and Mrs. Delond Bolte as hostesses. Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt's name was submitted for district officer's candidacy of the L.W.M.L. Mrs. Gene Wegener'sresignationfrom the aid was accepted. Mrs. David Berkland, Mrs. Paul Voigt and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland were in charge of the program for the afternoon. Games were played and carols were sung by the group Heather Kristine Zwiefel, infant daughter of the Kenley Zwie- fels, was baptized Sunday morning at the Fenton Methodist church. Rev. Russell Eldridge officiated. 2 NEW WAYS TO INCREASE HOG PROFITS 111 Save more of each litter and i J i i. 1 ut feed costs by warming hogs with a Knipco portable heaur. It burns low rost kerosene or -1 fuel oil Move it anywhere. Plug in Starts instantly. FREE FOLDER SHOWS HOW HOG PROFITS INCREASE 30% Stop in for a //•(•c demonstration. WEISBROD Smorgasbord Sunday, 11 A.M. to 1 P.M. Swiss Steak — Fried Chicken Roast Pork and Dressing Complete Dinner — All you can eat $1.50 per person. Children under 3 years free. Variety of salads and desserts. FENTON CAFE # # *• # # # * * * * * * * ^^^|^^j^ ^j* rj«»*j* ^j* »^»y^ »y^ '|"J^" ^r" T l • • • • • • » it Christmas at Stoeber s 10% - 25% - 50% Discount on Toy Trucks - Bulldozers - Drag Lines Games — Baby Buggys — Stuffed Animals G.E. Electric Knife $9.88 Hamilton Beach Blender $15.87 Beautiful Barometer - Weather Stations $7,95 -$9,95 -$12,95 AND A STORE FULL OF GOOD HARDWARE EVERY ITEM A POTENTIAL GIFT. Stoeber Hardware * !<• | I * SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Busineis & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sundt Golden Sun Feed* GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Ftnlon, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 889-2281 Fenton, Iowa Dr. E. W. 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