The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1962 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 13, 1962
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MdreK 131, 1962 Fenton Snow Clearing Bill To $360 For Winter Fcfllon fb\*W 6? t 1 erftotf had just as much snow, and as much of a snow removal problem as any other cofnmahttyy but 'the Town Council feels (hat an excel- ten! 4M W&pStfsite job Has b&tf done in clearing the streets during ' ' the wittier. . . At a meeting MorMay night, with all council members present. Town Clerk Paul Eigler reported that only $360 had been spent iri 8n6W removal this winter, and iti view of all the work that was considered v&ty ftasoMble> and d fine tribute to Town Marshal Albert Sch'waiienbach atid his helpers. .•..-•-••. ' • • • . ' NEED A DEEP FREEZE? Either Upright or Chest Type Freezers — Red I KELVINATOR QUALITY K[ COMPETITIVE PRICES kstQP- IN AND LET US QUOTE YOU RITCHIE AUTOMATIC STOCK FOUNTAINS ; AND WATERING SYSTEMS »* *t * * *j* FROST PRO0Ff OR vESTOCK AND POULTRY WE'RE GLAD TO QUOTE PRICES - NO OBLIGATIONS PLUMBING & HEATING AND KELVINATOR APPLIANCES FENTON, IOWA Grade Programs' Ready The ffenton Grade school will present ifii music program oti March 16 at 7:30 p.m. in the Fenton" iymnasitim. The theme is "The World of Work' and is ufider the direction of LeRov Bfas, grade schobl music instructor in Fenton atid Lone'Rbck. Admission is 15c arid fee. A similar program will be presented April 2 at the Lone R6ck gymnasium. Rheumatic fever Patients Linda Wegener. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wegener, is ill with rheiimatic fever and is staying with her grandparents 'Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zitlhel in Emmetsburg. Miss Wegener is a fourth grade student at Fenton. \ Patty Widdel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Widdel entered the Holy Family hospital in Es<- therville Tuesday.' Miss Widdel has suffered from rheumatic fever and kidney infection for several weeks.; Mrs. and Mrs. Arthur Kuecker and their daughter Mrs. Dan Cherwien of Old Bridge, New Jersey, were guests last week of Mrs. Kuecker's sister-in-law, Mrs. Will Miller. The Kueckers and Mrs. Cherwien attended the funeral Thursday of Mrs. Fired Kuecker in Estherville. They left Fenton on Friday and went to Olivia, Minn, to visit with kuecker's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wallace. Before leaving for home they also visited with Mrs. Alvina Huff in St. Paul, Minn. The funeral of Mrs. Fred Kuecker, former Fenton resident, was held in the Sternborg-Reese. funeral home in Estherville, Thursday afternoon. Rev. I. F. Lenz, pastor of the Missouri Synod Lutheran church in Olivia, officiated. Pallbearers were Ervin Gremmels, a nephew, Leland Anderson, a son-in-law, Richard Wallace, a grandson, Robert Sherman, Raymand Sherman and Ronald Wenzel. Burial was-in Eastside cemetery in Estherville. Bryan Mortenson has completed two* quarters at Iowa State; University in Ames and is now employed .as a laboratory technician at Square "D" Manufacturing in Cedar Rapids. Mortenson, who is the son of Mr. and^M" w ~ 1 Mortenson plans-to^ebn studies at ISU in the fall. The Saturday afternoon bridge club met March 3'with Mrs. E W. Ruske. Prize winners were Mrs. Charles Newel, Mrs. Jessie Newel and Mrs. Ervin.Johnson Guests were Mrs. Will Miller and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Mrs. Ruby Holmes of Livermore has been spending the past two months in the Ed Reimers home Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lister If fitt Upptr ftw Mftln»i PublUhlng Cd. ( Ahjon MRS, JANICE STUCK! N*w* Editor were guests for two weeks of Lister's brothel and wife, M£. Mrs; Jack Bridges' ^ Jjabaww while Jay Bridges hfif father was hospitalize'd; Mf. W Bridges W now living Indefinitely WiththS Listers; On"the reftirit tflp'tolfeni ton the Listers and Mr. Br were UkM 3. and 4 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marsh in New Providences , Mr- and Mrs. Gerald Volgt And James Richard were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and MrSi Wilfred Stoeben , , Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles- Feye Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wege« ner, and Mr. and Mrs. Marlitt Wegener and family. The occasion Was in honor of the birthdays: of Beth Ann and Karen Feye, Debbie Wegener and Clarence Wegener., Wilfred Stoeber has received word that his father W. E. Stoeber of Mesa, Ariz., is recovering from an operation performed on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber are planning to spend several weeks in Mesa while Mr. Stoeber is recuperating. Raymond Gremmels of Cedar Rapids is a guest of his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs*. Monte Hiatt. Mr. Gremmels will remain for about two weeks and Thursday he attended the funeral of his aunt Mrs. Fred Kuecker in Estherville. JWr. and Mrs. Paul Voigt and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Laabs, Lone Rock left last week for a three week western vacation. They plan to visit a number of relatives and to tour in California: The Voigts daughter Roxanna, is a guest of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson, in her parents absence. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bruhn be* came the parents of a seven pound six ounce baby boy, Saturday, March 3 at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Baby Myron Carl has two sisters and two 1 brothers. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lester Theesfield, Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bruhn. Mrs. Charles Thees- field, Fenton is a gfeat-grandmoth- er. •• Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Walker and Ardith were Sunday evening dinner guests i of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber. ' Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and family Were Friday, March 2 supper guests of Mr., and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt, rural Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker, Gloria ' and Nancy, Whittemore 1 and Mrs. E. H. Dreyer were re« Tuetdoy, March 13, 1962 Algono (la.) Up-pir Pi* cent Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dreyer in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantclman, Gail and Sandra visited March 24 with Mr. and Mrs. Don Berryman and daughter Beth Ann ten months near Columbus, 111. Mrs. Berryman is the former Sharort Hantelman. Mrs. Lloyd Sunde entertained three tables of the U-Deal-Em bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Amos Finnestad, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and Mrs. Clarence Yager were prize winners. Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Yager, Mrs. Webber Yager and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer were guests. STAPLING MACHINES and iiapltt. Popular modal*. Upper DOS MoinM Pub. Co* Algona. THE QUICK & ECONOMICAL WAY TO GET & SPREAD FERTILIZER Better by test than some latex paints selling for nearly $7.00 a gallon! Dries in minutes to a lovely, flat, washable finish. >u ,* I. ,. *.i*' -* " ' AND IT ISN'T TOO EARLY < r .;•" ]~You sypply the "prescription"; we'd mix the fertiliw. bring th» tractor; we nave the spreader ready with ypgr specified fertilizer. 3_Ypg ipread it. . TO THINK ABOUT IT! Here's a common-sense farming practice. We supply you with the exqet amount of plant foods your land and crops moy need, from our own Bulk Blending Fertilizer Plant. W* have two tractor-drawn fertiliser spreaders, for yovr. MS*, You will be able to spread your fertilizer long before you can get info your fields with a truck, and this Took* like d wet spring. (Spread* er shown above.) You'll be Way ahead on spring work by using this program. « ! « ! GAL. POPULAR PREMIXED COLORS < ! i ! YELUOW •SMOKE QRAY «BONE WHITB * WHITE • FLAMINGO • SHEU. • PINK • HORIZON BLUE «CHARTREUSE • MIST' GREEN •ALMOND A GOOD FERTILIZER PROGRAM ON YOUR CORN, NEW - ORI HAY ©ROUND WILL ASSURl YOil OF LARGIR w ,,|a FAU. STOf IN NOW WHILE YOU HAVE THi TIME WORK OUT THI dEtAlLS, msderatf -soit Fenton e can make ony number ** «"•]* f P^nt food , from the finest ingredients, and at a pleasmgly Stop now for a color card at STOEBER HARDWARE IN FRIENDLY FENTON Elevator HQMI 6WNIO IN LIVING ROOM SUITES NEW SHIPMENT POCKETBOOK MODEST QUALITY WITH ECONOMY PETERSEN FURNITURE WE DELIVER ANYWHERE IT'S WORTH A DRIVE TO FENTON TO FIND OUT BRASS BRASS COMPLETE CLOSING OUT Public Having sold my farm and moving to Arizona I will sell my persona! property to the highest bidder at the farm located iVi miles south and % mile west of Fenton on March 20th Sale Starts at 1:00 P.M. Murphy's Lunch Wagon on Grounds FARM MACHINERY 1954 WD 45 Allis Chalmers tractor New sleeves and pistons F-20 International tractor In Good Shape 1949 WD Allis Chalmers tractor New tires and newly painted F-20 International tractor In Good Shape WD Allis Chalmers two row cultivator 1955 Allis Chalmers No. 66 combine with pick up attachment — big bin 1957 Allis Chalmers No. 33 two row mounted corn picker ^954 _ 490 John Deere four row corn planter with liquid fert. boxes put on two years ago, 160 rods of wire and rubber press wheels, always shedded. Humboldt Manure loader with snow bucket Six row field sprayer with PTO, pump and connection U.S. Grain blower and 20 ft. pipe and truck hoppers Four H.P. Briggs and Stratton engine and speed jack mounted on skids for running elevator No. 12A New Idea manure spreader, like new, has been used only for cobs - always been shedded Two New Idea rubber tired trailers Two Steel flare top wagon boxes 1954 _ 2-16" John Deere plow 2-16" Case plow International endgate seeder International rotary blade stalk cutter 15 ft. John Deere Disc John Deere four section harrow John Deere four section spring tooth harrow John Deere grain binder converted to windrower Six foot John Deere grass mower MISCELLANEOUS GORATING CENTER 11 -- 25 x 28 tractor chains 300 gal. gas barrel, complete Hog loading chute Jar! scythe Kerosene brooder stove 3 A h.p. electric motor '/4 h.p. electric motor Hamco Lawn Mower Chicken Feeders Chicken Waterers 10' x 12' Brooder house Olson electric egg washer 100 ft, of garden hose Air compressor Parosal for tractor Log chains Dog house Sickle grinder Windrower Turner Bench vise, pipe wrenches, wrenches, post maul spades, shovels, hammers, forks, post auger and many miscellaneous articles too numerous to mention LATE 1949 - 3 /4 TON CHEVROLET PICK IN EXTRA GOOD SHAPE UP TRUCK 75 BUSHEL OF BLACK HAWK BEANS 190 NEW LINE YEAR OLD HENS HOUSEHOLD GOODS Formica top kitchen table with chairs to match Dining room suite in walnut finish Couch 2 chests of drawers v iiw ^ w '^ ~~* ^^ Bedroom suite in walnut finish Norge gas range with regulator Floor lamp* , , Small Antique table with marble top Maytag washing machine 12 cu. ft. IHC deep freeze Philco 6 cu. ft. refrigerator 21" RCA Television set with Antenna electric floor fan SETTLED FOR. iHiQDGRE OSTWAID Will SELL THE FQILOW-NG .TEMS AS Hi TOO IS D.SCONT.NU.NG FARMING. 1939 Model A with 5th and 6th gear New Idea side delivery rake ^foSVase Disc John Beere tractor John Deere 490 four row corn planter Joh|1 p eert twe rQW 2 OQ corn picker, 36 foot New We* efevator with hoUt wirhr fertilizer attachment and 80 pull type ^r^Umcfrpj rc^rfwkre John De«r e Speed Jack

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