The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1961 · Page 18
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1961
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,"..*,• fi'rfW'&sl K\'l' * V '' j vJfe.i*ajffi^ci;2i*jji ti i-^* . _ •'. 'JL, ' - •• ? * v • • ii> Sv.. HJru^>^ |»tSW".*l»'i (in.) Uppai-OBJ M6lriM fhufttlcty, Sqpf. 14, 1961 •Sunday callfifg in ihe Marion Sttjold -home' .were Mr. and Mrs. rl f - |*arsten*u, Fairmont. f. ! and Mrs. Chatles Schenv fnel,-"< Sweta City, Mr. bid Mrs. W,.^,.Bdettoh'ef, Mr. and Mrs. John'Munch 'and Jack and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt 'and Jam* es-'helfied, Mr.'"and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod celebrate their 53rd wedding 'annfyirsaVy, Sept. 2, \ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lister visited' Sunday with, Mr. ana MrsV Garner Hackney in Mason city, , ,, ; Mr. arid! Mr*. Richard Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Nelson helped Mr. and Mrs. HarJan Chard celebrate theft 25th , wedding anniversary in Frost, Minn. Labor Day evening. NEW! PAINT Now, for the FIRST TIME, you can paint with. Out odor! A new and exclusive blend of scientifically formulated ingredients has'been added to Gilt Edge Paints to destroy paint'odors. Y.our netvtr painted rooms smell fresh artrf clean! Gilt Edge Satjn Finish for walls • v Satin H Enamel for* woodwork . .'. in choice of 324 Gilt Edge Charmbny ColonI I* tltm'nalt mixing, itlrtlng, thinning . . . running, dripping antf ttrfntfl FENTON LUMBER CO. -••*fi:.. ; , FENTON, NOW.... from Your STANDARD OIL TANK MAN . . . . INSURANCE PROTECTION On Your Budget Plan Payments AT NO COST TO YOU! Standard Oil Issues You An Insurance Policy FREE so that your budget plan payments are INSURED in case of (1) Accident (2) Sickness (3) Death YOU GET STANDARD QUALITY AND A BUILT-IN "PEACE OF MIND" SEE JIM MEYER Your Standard Oil Man FENTON - PHONE 44 IONE RQCK - WA 5-3015 lunch, Gifts On Saturday Sept. 16th Feniori — The Open House for the newly completed bulk fertilizer blending plant of the Fen" ton Co-Operative Elevator wilj be held this coming Saturday S6pt. 16. The general public is' Invited to inspect the new plant, as-well as the patrons of the co-op. Work began in' the summer on tfye new strudture, with Hantelman Building and' the ibbersor Co. handling construction. It is located just west of the present office and old plant, on the C. Si N.W. siding. Carloads of fertilizer ingredients can be unloaded directly into the new building and mixing "by prescription" follows as individual needs require. Elsewhere on this page is' a detailed announcement from the elevator. Lunch will be served frota 0:30 a.m. to 4 ;p.m. 'There will also be registration, gift aWard^, Curt Lura, manager, announces. Friendly Neighbors The Friendly Neighbor • club met at the' home of < Mrs. Art Priebe with Mrs. .Darrel Dreyer assisting hostess. Roll call "a school memory" was answered by eighteen members. Mrs. Ray Dreyer gave a reading "I* Find a Donkey'!. Mrs. Arjo Ranney •and Mrs. Albert Langerman cbn> ducted games. Taken To Hospital Bertel Berkland who had been ill several days at home was admitted to the Holy Family hos- •} Estherville, Saturday for observation. Parents of A Son Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Krapp are the parents of a baby girl born Sept. 10 at Mercy hospital iri Fort Dodge. The little inis? weighed 7 lb. and' 9 Vpzi <Her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.' Albert SchWarzenbach. Birthday Party Guests on Monday Sept. 4 in honor of Mrs. R. F. Laabs birthday at the R. F. Laabs home were Mrs. Richard Nemitz, Canby, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. George Mienke and Mary, Mr. and Mrs Francis Mienke and family, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mienke and son, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. James Mienke and family, DeWitt, Mr. and Mrs Delond Bolte and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortenson and Kalhy, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrea Laabs and family, Mr. and Mrs Clifford Haase and Karen, Al- gonfy Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wolt and family, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Laabs and girls. Mrs. Darryl Householder and Danny, Lone Rock were afternoon callers. Mrs. Arlo Ranney and Mrs. H. E. Reimers attended the wedding pf Sheila Hansen and Charles Tippin at the First Presbyterian church in Algona Saturday night. Albert Schwarzenbach reports that there will be a garbage pickup only on Friday now. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hiall and family Emmetsburg visited Wednesday evening with the Franklin Mueller family. Mrs. Dennis Long, Mike and Mark and Mrs, Franklin Mueller and Tim visited last Tuesday afternoon in the Ronald Jacobson home in Estherville. Mrs. Jeggie. Newe) wgnl Jp Cg- lumbus, fj. D. with Mr, and Mrs. W. P. Ford of Faribault, Minn. They visited with the fords daughter ian.d faniily pver the Labor Day weekend. Mitchell Reunion Held PenW— kitejteir$amily re ; , Uni6n was held Sunday, Sept, IS ihfthe Fenton: *-^-^'— *"^ ter. Those attending,',were M>,, and Mrs.'Ole Petetson. 'Mfi-ahd Mrs.' SJmll fileckwemi, Mr. sna Mfs. Morris Mitchell, Mr. (aStf Mrs.. Altfert Mitdhdl idnd ' UK and Mrs. Ed Mitchell'al! of Fen*-' toh, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lock' wood, Swea City. > ' , Dr. and Mrs". Roy Hasebrook and Jinia, Orange City, Mr. ana Mrs. Martin Olson,' Armstrong^ Mr. and Mrs. John Micklidk, Bob arid Carolyn of tferril, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood arid family, Mr, .and •Mrs'. Milfred Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Dunne Habegar drid'fahiily all-b'i' Lone Rock, Mr. 'and- Mrs7 Ruby/ Christiansen, Mr. and Mrs, Lowell, Christiansen and'family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Olson and family, Mr', and "Mrs. Maynard Olson and family and Mr. 'and Mrs. Merle Flint and gh-la 1 all of Ring- aied. COMING! CC NEW 1962 CHEVROLET We'll soon hove them on display w and we're gciing to 'wheel & Peal!' wotch For Announcement Here — Coming Seonl COMING! 2-196VS LEPT-2 • Apache (t «yl, 3/4 Ten pickup. • &ISCAYNI V*8 with AM, tomatig TronsmUiipn, HERE ARE BUYS! See Them * Drive Them B&W Chevrolet-Fenton Larry Beckley Now Principal In Minn. Town Fenion — Mr. and ,Mrs. Larry Beckley, formefc Ifenton , residents, have moved to SU Charles Minnesota. Beckley |s the principal in the , St. Charles school. He taught in Lewisville, Minn, the last two years' and also at L,one Rock, Dolliver and Burt. Beckley .received his "Bachelor's degree at WartbUrg College in Waverly this sumnier. Mankato Employment Bonnie Potratz, who lost he? right hand in a wood sawing accident-two years*ago,,is doing office work iat the Rehabilitation Center, in Mankato, Minn. Mjss Potratz who graduated from Sentral High ; School- this spring is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz, rural Fenton. <frh6 Fairvilla Luih^an Lddifes 'AM met ThufMiy 4 HRirrtoeH at 'ana teases. R6^, 'ldfeeISfiah-''0fesewte& ! lh>s tdpte.'MfS.rI36yid: SerteUind: ahfe aid prt&JtlfiWtpresl'dM '"•'"' 'thfe b'ysittr" -—"-'•' -*•-• ry Zinnil, 5 At Fenton Fenlort — The Fenton Methd- dist Womans Society of Chris- 'tian Service met Thursday af* 'ternoon in the church barlors. Mrs. Emil Frank presented the devotions arid Mrs. Clarence Osborn gave thfc lesson. A Gojden Age Service" was held with five .members added to the Golden Ag& Scroll.' » 5 Those being Mrs. Flovd Duncan, Mrs. Kemhold Laabs, Mrs. FredjPruel, Mrs. "J. A. Schwartz and Mrs. C. C. Voigt. The birthday guests present were Mrs. Clifford DoUglas, Mrs. George M. 'Jorgenson, Mrs. Reinhold W 1 -1 i i J • • !>'*,',' Lfiaps; 1 Mfs, ^,{ ,C, Pruli, FloTefle'6'; SSuttoh, 'Mrs 1 . '~' Lestef %eisb'roU • tfhe twoMfiol pfesertt'werdtMrs. Mershel fitaH rtlaft 'and" Mrs. 'Robert Mdfik*, -J After the , business ,meetiH| lutidh'.was served 'by, the 1 hostesses 'Mr> Arnold ! Uanseh,' Mfs Eugene Huskafrip a*nd Mrs. W' W. Jolley. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Scrlbn<b visited Sunday ' \^ith Mft and 'Mfs. TOM tjilbert ind Bill S'owb'-- ner in Des Moines 1 . Mrs. Gilbert 'is Gilbert Scribners sister. , > Ut, and Mrs. Leo P., Blberi Corwith visited, Sunday -after- 'noon with .Mrs. ;Mary"'d. :Hansen ( Mrs. Elh.efi ' Is" 'Ufa ' Hatis'enil daughter. • ". ,, ' " ' . , Mr. and the LabOB j Mr. and/M-qe Minneapolis. They went to thf Minnesota State- Fan- and a Twins . baseball game. « Mrs Priebe and Mrs. Rbsene" are ,si& ters. Sunday dinner guests of ih» Albert Mitchells were iAlict , Minneapolis who',spen. -Varsity Seals .. AA afelmi^'^cit; varsity ball teams held !> a game at' Sentral High school,on Friday night The school team beat the alumni 24-6| The alumni who played were Darrel Schmidt, Kenny Schmidt, Merle Plalvefson, Daryl Berkland, Dennis Geitzenauer, raig Blanchard, Gerald Angus, Jerry Newbrough, Jamie Jensen and Richard Petersen: The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met 'at the home: of Mrs. Burnett Heine with eleven members present, A school 'of instruction was held by the president. Mrs. W; E. Laage gave a Icsgislative report. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Martin Ohm. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kuecker, son Ward 22, and daughter Nancy 20, Old Bridge, New Jersey, former Fenton residents, were overnight guests in Fenton recently. Mrs. Kuecker is a sister of Mrs. Claude Seeley and the late Will Miller. The Kueckers also visited in the Twin Cities with Arthurs brother Arnold and Mrs. Kueckers sister Mrs. Alvina Huffman. They visitled with Kueckers mother Mrs. Fred Kuecker who is living with her daughter and son-in-law the Earl Wallaces in Olivia, Minn. Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Wajte and Tammy, returned ; Tuesday to Manhatten, Kansas where Jerry will begin his .fourth year at Kansas State University. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Haygen will be living ir» the Waite house. Haugen teaches Science in. Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dreye. and. boys Hiimboldt took Mrs. Everett Dreyer to Sioux City to the, Roger Dreyey hpnie, Mr. and Mrs, Roger D^eyer and Mrs. Everett Preyep thfn Went on a week vacation, They visited with Mr. and Mrs, Rowland Noahs in Kansas City and went to a baseball game end to Cinnerama in the Twin Cities The Fenton Methodist Youth Fellowship me* at the churcii Thursday evening. Devotions an4 a membership seryjqe were teg by Don, y 9 ger and Wayne Stoeber. TJve new members are Rfnee Dpuglfs,', Ajdith Walker, Robert Nock, Steven Peterson Ervin Hoot and Rjeky.Shaw. ,Mi. B»4 MM, lab Msirji, gtj Paul and Mr. and Mrs. H. Q Flink, South Haven, Minn, wore weeK«Mi4 guests of the E. w Ruskes. Mrs. Morris and Mrs Flink iare sisters of Mrs. Ruske Mr, and M«. WiJIwd Stoeber and Wa/M and Mr T .an4, Mrs. Richard Stuck* atteniied the Pf Marlene Jensep ona Anderson jn. Williams, cvenjng. Anderson is Pf Mrs. S,tQ$ber. •.. «»»4 Mi», J. M. Seglin, Diana and JacquUn^ o| Ham- niQIJ<i, Ifli VisiM geyeral days .m ym. F^ft Mr, w4 Mn. Rafph Weisbrod. $jrs. Weisbroq Mro. at't;Uu ui't: sisicrs. FROM NS2K THE s World's First Universal Mounted Picker! an«:;66ys] Stair,/. PHffl|pK'4Mft» ana-* MrteJtili;|Mrf^d:4 Uftde^Wood Md f|«S.» , 'ane Jielingj Oyliiftle?.- \ tjie Aioert - MkMffit Mr. an~d Mfl-SCheltM S Burhette and, Har#a) { Pritl Alfce Skaai-i Mfftrt^pelfe, •W Skaar, dlenco^', -m itfti Morfls Mitchell,>;tir,-••""" Richard BorchaMt', and Du'ane Melin'g'. \ Among those' aiidridfof -th* funeral of Mrs. Kerrf'EMokJfi Jefferson 1 were Mr/,-and Mr& Harry Haase, Mrs. John B6eve^, MM • BoTb Mitchell, Mrs.' Duantf Wirfdel, Mr., and Mrs. Afbert Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph •Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Lv J. , ;W^ Wish ,\6 express 1 oUr' deefli' soppreelation for the .expressions M synipathy re'c'eived following' We" deAth of ouf beldVed' daugh-' : 'W,i Glidys' EirlcH. ~ 'Mr. ana 'Mrs'. L'flUi^ Vfeisbrod ' '"** 'IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT Off THANKS ; ! ' Our heartfelt thanks fbr the 'kindnesses, -sympathy, 'beautiful 1 .flpral -offerings'' and memorial gifts arid cards that eame to us following the death of oUr be-' Idve'd mbtheh — The" family 01 Lisetta Bierstedt (37) .• CARD OF THANKS ; , A special thanks to our friends and neighbors ,and the fire departments of Fenton, Lone Rock >and Ringsted for their, help and acts of kindness during and after, the 'fire which ' destroyed the barn on my farm. — Mrs.' E. J. Frank and Mr. 'and Mrs. Don Shaw. ^ (37) BIG capacity! NON-STOP picking! This amazing, big capacity mounted picker will fit your tractor — quickly, easily. And it picks 100-plus yields without plugging, without excessive shelling. fluilt to pick row after row, acre after acre— -without delays. And it's easy to lubricate — less than 15 minutes a day — because New Idea makes liberal and NO BETTER, ANYWHERE, AT ANY PRICE KELVINATOR ELECTRIC RANGE and AUTOMATIC WASHER NOW ON DISPLAY . . . • MODEL KR32, 30 IN. RANGE , Aluminum Foil Throw-Away, Oven Linings. End Oven Cleaning, Even Heat Flow With 4 Top Oven Units, Perfect Oven Baking, Automatic Oven Timer' £«| "f JjtQC and Clocks, Removable Chrome Rings, | f •§ == Glass Fibre Insulation. ' ' With Trade-In ® AUTOMATIC WASHER No gears to replace or bother with, deep wash action and rinsing. With Trade-in ONPISPLAYWW'AND WE'RE DEALING BIG! WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON ALSO 15 FT. UPRIGHT PHILCO FREEZER BRAND NEW . .... SAVE! "'tl<V<-IK I ! McFall Plumbing / And Heating FENTON, IOWA BULK BLENDING PLANT OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, SEPT. 16 INTRODUCING TO YOU -SERVICES BUILT — FOR YOU 1. FREE SOIL TESTING SERVICE , Soil samples taken by competent employee and tested by Iowa State University. 2. AMMONIUM PHOSPHATE BASE Manufactured by chemically combining nitrogen qnd phosphate. 3. BULK SPREADING SERVICE Bulk truck or tractor drawn spreader — your choice. 4. BULK BLENDED FERTILIZER Specifically made to meet the needs of your. soil as Indicated by the soil tests. £. STARTER FERTILIZER ' .' \ , ; Available to you to get the plants up and g rowing. 6. LARGE STORAGE ' , Can take in materials in Fall and get off se -'"'•; 'an to you. as fgrmer-pv/ners qnd y*er». , 0spn cjiscpyrjt,- These ?9Yings then can be passed ,, v 7. SAVES YQU MQNEY By eliminating the bag cpst, getting direct shipments, qnd buying at wholesale price*, yew 08* mqjfimwrn sqyjngs nn yg'ur fertiliser -4- 10 yew *dn ijfford an eve,n better lifejgr you and your family I - / FERTILIZER SERVICES FOR YOU- WNCH - 9>30 A.M. TO 4 P,M? ANP REGISTRATION AWARDS FCNTON CO-OP ELEVATOB

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