The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1961 · Page 11
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muzz February 16, 1961 WE'RE REMODELING AND ENLARGING OUR FLOOR SPACE But We'll Tell You More About That Later! IN THE MEANTIME WE FOUND THESE ITEMS WHICH WE'LL OFFER YOU AT COST OR LESS .. . WHILE THEY LAST! HIDE-A-BED DAVENPORT 1 - Mastercraft, wide back, Hlde-A-Bed, finest construction and It includes v $79 mattress. In Early American style, and has 100% Nylon'Print Fabric. The regular price was $299. NOW » $229 END TABLES 1 — Corner table, walnut finish, one corner slightly damaged but not noticeable. This Would be a $14.95 table. - NOW © $8.00 Several Lamp Tables, mahogany finish, with magazine shelf beneath, single or in sets. Regularly $14.65 each. NOW !• $9.95 1 - Blonde, 2 shelf end table, with hidden drawer, laminated and stain resistant plastic finish and top. Regular $24.95. NOW • $18.88 CHAIRS •1 — Charcoal colored fabric, swivel style/ high back rocker. Regular $49.50. NOW .€[ $38.88 1 — Green labric Madewell rocker, seasoned hardwood frame, finest steel springs, swivel style 1 and high ,back.; Regular $89.95. ' ',!:'" NOW * $59.95 ( v f •1 — Brown 1 Nylorr cover Sealy rocker, • swivel style, with reversible, foam rubber cushion. Original price . $59.50. } ( I • j ; I ' j ; i , . '• '' ' ' ' ! '•" ...,;,,,-. •;;)'.. NOW • $44,56 An assortment'of 27! tyi. X:t8 iqi th'row rugs all with i bonded ecjges and* about 2 dozen color cpmbin- '.. , ations. .'....'............ ' , ' . .',',. YOUR CHOICE • 50c Each LAMPS 4 — Floor style lamps, brass, and in all new styles. They each have a Green Ticket so you will know them. Priced at close-out from • • $6.66 PETERSEN FURNITURE FENTON, IOWA Fair Dealing — Good Furniture — Sensibly Priced WE DELIVER ANYWHERE! Hans Baago Is Elected Pres. Fenfon Elev. HANS BAAGO —2 Hans Baagd has moved up from vice president to president of the board of the Fenton Farmers cooperative elevator company at their recent re-organization meeting. The directors also named Paul Voigt vice president and appointed Harold Eimers to serve as director until the annual meeting, probably in April. Eimers fills the vacancy occasioned by the Dec. 17 death ,of Otto Borchardt, for many years president of the board. Curtis J. Lura is in his fourth year as manager of the company. Baago and Lura attended a quarterly meeting in Eagle Grove of the Boone Valley Co-operative Soybean Processing plant. Baago is representative for the Fenton group. Publiihed By The Upper Dot Mdlnu Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON News Editor Fenton — A surprise birthday party honoring Emil Bierstedt was held Monday evening Feb. 6th at the home of James Meyer in Fenton. The evening was spent playing 500 at five tables. Mrs George Jentz won high score prize for the ladies, and Mrs William Eimers, low score. George Jentz won high for the men and Alfred Bell, low score. Emil Bierstedt won the travel prize. A pleasant surprise for all those present was the unexpected visit of Mr, and Mrs Bryan Willmont, Cynthia and Suzanne; bl Albert Lea, Minn. Others in attendance were Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Mueller, Mr and Mrs Al:red Bell of Whittemore, Mr land Mrs Ferdinand "Bierstedt, Gus 3ierstedt, Mr and Mrs Fred Jentz, Mr and Mrs ..George Jentz; Mr arid Mrs Henry Sphulte, Mr and Mrs William Eimers, Mr and' Mrs Fred Meyer; and Juanita of A1-, ;pna and Mr and Mrs Dick- Theesfield. Mr Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper Ruhnke Hostess j , ;. ; pVIrs Krvin Ruhnke was hostess to: the North Fellowship Circle off the Depew Church VThwraday afternoon. Guests of the Circle were Mrs Kenneth Cody, Mrs D aul Zumach, and Mrs Dale Voigt. Mrs William DeWall was n charge of the devotional peri- id and Mrs Melvin Berkland pre- ented the Bible Study. Mr and Mrs Maynard Lee of Estherville were Sunday evening visitors in the Kenneth Halverson home. Mr and Mrs Nyles Heggen and David of Esthcrville, Mr and Mrs Melvin Berkland and children and Mr and Mrs Morris .Mitchell were Sunday evening guests in the Albert Mitchell home. Mr and Mrs Raymond Lister spent the weekend at New Providence in 'the home of their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Frederick Marsh. Mrs Nyles Heggen of Estherville spivnt Friday with friends and relatives in the Fenton and Cylinder communities. Modern Mixers Of Seneca Hosts For Husbandi Seneca — The Seiieca Modern Mixers club ehteftairied their husbands at a party at the horrie of tlie Calvin Vaudts Tuesday evening. Cards were played at seven tables with high scores being made by Mrs Roy Hinz and Lyle England, low by Mrs Wayne Nyman and Fred Johannesen. Roy Hinz won the travel prize. Mr and Mrs Russel Jensen and Mr and Mrs LyJe England played for absent members. The March meeting will be held at the Everett Withams. Anniversary Surprise Mr and Mrs Elmer Witham were pleasantly surprised last Saturday evening when friends dropped in and sui prised them on their sixth Wedding anniversary. The group then w'ent to the Everett Withams where they spent the evening at cards. The occasion also marked the sixteenth wedding anniversary of the Way-' ne Lynchs. Both honored couples wore presented' with an .anniver-'! sary gift. Enjoying the courtesy were Mr and Mrs Bill Orlhel of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Wayne Lynch and children, Mr and Mrs Fred Jo- hunnesen, Mr and Mrs Everett Witham, Mr and Mrs Dave Lynch and children, and Mrs Joe Lynch. The self invited' guests brought and served refreshments. Side Savings Bank. Mrs Blanche Muskamp arrived home Tuesday. She had spent the past two months visiting her daughters in Chicago and Hammond, Ind. A World Day of Prayer will be observed Friday afternoon Feb. 17 at 2 p.m. at the Youth Chapel in the Methodist Churdh. The Public is invited to attend this service. Mr dnd Mrs Miltori 6ock of Storm Lake and Mr and Mrs Martin Hanlclrhan were Sunday dinner guests in the Ed Bruhri SPRING ISNT TOO FAR AWAY! BROODER STOVES You b«t ihe'i gladl And »hf's alia glad lh« has a dependable, all-fabric Speed Queen equipped with ftqinleit tteel a 1 rum with a lifetime guarantee — HI, LO and OFF Heat Control — Choice of AUTOMATIC' dry for normal loqdt or TIME-dry for heavy fabric* — Convenient "In-a-door" Lint Trap — Foot-operated J9or —Magnetic Poor Catchei —qnd many other features that take ever/ ounce of drudgery out ef drying tlothei. Say goodbye to weather worrlel —and Initall your new Speed Qgee» now- AUTOMATIC WASHERS Start at AUTOMATI DRYERS Start at 2 Year* To Pay 2 Years To Pay (As Advertised In Farm & Ho^ne Section) STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON •FAMED FOK Mr and Mrs Harry Yungeberg of Algona were Saturday night supper guests of the Everett Withams. • Mr and Mrs Harold Nielson of Blooming Prairie, Minn, were Thursday guests at the Laurence Johahnesens. ; Mr and Mrs Donald Cronk have chosen the name Donald Brian for their month old baby .son. -Little Donald has a- thirteen' months old sister, Lori. ' ' Mr and Mrs August Nelson accompanied by the 'George Jensens of Ringsted spent Sunday at the Millen Jensens at Waltham, Minn. , Mrs Bertha Pommer of Algona spent: Thursday and Friday atthe Henry, Loofts. • • • • • Mr and Mrs James Beaver and family of Esthervile were Sunday evening callers at the Virgil Gardners. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg entertained at dinner Sunday. Guests included Mr and Mrs H N. Wilberg, Mr and Mrs Norman Wilberg and family, and J. M Jensen, all of Ringsted, also Mrs Carrie Jensen of Seneca, Wednesday afternoon callers at the Fred Joh-mnesen home included Mrs Elmer Randa, Mrs Melvin Norland, Mrs Norman Finnestad, Mrs Everett Witham, Mrs Elmer Witham. Mrs Art Ka- brik and Tilda Johannesen of Fairmont. The men attended the Johannesen farm sale. David Seely was host lo ihe February meeting of his 4-H Club. Fifteen members were present 19 see the film on the dress of ttfonagc boys for all limes and places. W. H. Eimers and Lyle England attended the Moewe Seed Corn meeting held Wednesday at Humholdl. Thirty-two dealers attended tho meeting which includ- d a steak dinner served at noon. The American Lutheran Church Woincns Society will meet Thursday, Fob. 16 at the Blakjer church, with hostesses Mrs Lawrence Johannesen and Mrs Henry Jensen. Mrs John Johannesen will present the Bible Study and Mrs Ted Jensen will give a program on Missions. The Town and Country Woman:, Club will moot Tuesday, Feb. 21st with hostesses Mrs Kenneth Johnson and Mrs Dale Voigt. Roll call will be Hints on E«mom>. Mrs Jack Gerhnrt and Mrs Darrel 1 Dreyer will be in charge of the program on Craft and hobbies. Mr and Mrs Ted Meier of Whittemore were Sunday supper and evening visitors in the Martin Hantelman home. Mr and Mrs E. H. Dreyer were Sunday dinner guests in the Duune Dreyer home at Humboldt. In the afternoon they attended he dedication services of the new Missouri Synod Lutheran Church in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs William Hanlelman and family spent the weekend in the pai-enhil W. B. Sqhnjidtkc home at Morristown, Minn, and with Susan Hantelman at Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Burnett Heine are the parents of a son born Wednesday, Feb. 8th at the Emmetsburg Hospital. He weighed 6 Ibs. 9 Qi. and has been named Larry Dean. Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hari- leljnan of Fenton are the maternal qiundparonts. Mr and Mrs Roger Dreyer of Sioux City were weekend guests in the E. H. Dreyer and Ralph Walker homes. Roger is attending Morning Side College and is employed ptirUtime .t'ur ihe Sipux City Dressed Pork inc. Mrs Dru- ver is employed at the Morning We have in stock Woods Brooder Stoves, And The Chick Season Is AlMost Here. A Real Deal for you on a good, gas brooder stove. DEEP WELL PUMPS and WATER SYSTEMS Made by Meyers and Aerometer (with 72 years of mfg. experience). FREE ESTIMATE on any job you may have in mind and we have the Equipment and Experience to handle it. SUNBEAM AUTOMATIC CONTROL PANELS They can mount in the wall, and will handle all heavy loads of all kitchen accessories. Regular Price $72.95. INTRODUCTORY OFFER $31.89. PHILCO APPLIANCES McFALL PLUMBING & HEATING FENTON home. ^Thursday, Feb. 16, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes-5 ternoon Bridge Club this past week. Club guests were Mrs Lloyd Sundu, Mrs George Jentz, nnd Mrs Darrel Dreyer nnd Kay. Prizes were won by Mrs Nettie Hosfess At Bridge Fenton — Mrs E. II. Drcyer was hostess to the Saturday af- FOR PROPER BALANCE.... FELCO CHICK STARTER 'SEE; Only the best ingredients go into FELCO Chick Starter. They're in proper proportion and F-r-e-s-h ! For faster development and better health, there's no chick starter better than FELCO. Don't judge quality by price alone. Check the formula and know for-yourself that the best ingredients are in FELCO Chick Starter. It's Available nowl FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR FENTON, IOWA ! !, :" . ..: ^ _. r '' , . , •;, . _ , -,- t „" J£ "• • •-t-^L^i ' ' " ' V'l.^ll,'!.'!. '.'fi As Ihave decided tcTqOifTanning I will hold a public auction on my farm located"/? mife North f arid 1 niile' East 'arid ! 1; ' mile North of Fenton, on Sale Starts at 12:30 P. M. Murray.Lunch Wagon on Grounds ' MACHINEKY 1955 John Deere Tractor, model 50, hydraulic live PTO, overhauled last fall. New batteries. 1953 New Idea corn picker No. 6A, new snapping rollers and new gears, this last fall, with rear elevator. John Deere 14 in. tractor plow No. 44, with power lift and new lays. John Deere 16 ft. tractor disc, like new. Windrower, Case, 8 ft., like new. Flexible drag, 20 ft. McCormick Deering, with levers. 42 ft. John Deere elevator with hoist, in good shape- 1958 Case Model 65 Combine, hydraulic PTO, pickup and straw spreader. Combined less than 300 acres. 16 Ft. Massey Harris grain drilj, good as new. John Deere 2-row corn planter, with fertilizer attachment, 160 rods wire. John Deere 2-row cultivator, like.new. McCormick endgate seeder. McCormick 10 ft. Spring Tooth Drag. New Idea tractor spreader New Idea Stalk Cutter, No. 12. SCELLANEOUS Rubber tired trailer, new tires, with new flare box. Iron wheel trailer with new flare box. 80-61/2 ft. steel posts and 150 6 ft. steel posts. 2-15 bu. galvanized hog feeders, new last fall. 2-70 Gal. Galvanized Hog Waterers, New Last Fall. 4-5 ft. steel hog troughs. 15 galvanized hog pans. Wood water tank, 2x6. Steel water tank, 2x4. Gas barrel and water barrel. 20 HAMPSHIRE SOWS, bred to Hampshire Boar, bred between Dec. 15 ar.d Dec. 30. ALL VACCINATED. 100 BALES OF SECOND CUTTING ALFALFA HAY. TOOLS Spades, post auger, post puller, axes, post hammer, pick axes, crow bars, forks, shovels, wrenches, pincher and saws, log chains, gas cans, hay slings, brooder heat lamps, and other small misc. items. USUAL AUCTION TERMS: No property removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents fisnsen and , Auctioneers Lone Rock Bank, Clerk

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