The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1957 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 10, 1957
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MftS. ARDETH HALVERSON Newt Editor nypwltv January 10, 19S7 By Hit VpfMt DM Mcrtftw C«., Algttftti, lawa Present Skit At Meeting Of Fenton W.S.C.S. Fenton — The Woman's Society of Christian Service mc-1 Thursday afternoon with hostesses. Mrs Roy Chrischilles, Mrs Charles Weisbrod and Mrs Fred Mortcnsrn. The meeting opened with devotions led by Mrs Ray Stocber Her topic was 'A New Year's Inspirational.' She was assisted by Mesdames John Munch. Dale Weisbrod, E. W. Ruske, Gaylord Johnson, Alfred Meyers, J. F Beck Icy and Mrs W. W. Jolley. Mrs Dale Weisbrod presented the lesson, 'Islands In My Own Community.' A skit was given by Mrs Alfred Meyers, Mrs Warren Jones and Mrs Dale Weisbrod. Mrs Don Weisnrod, president, piesutfd at the business meeting. llu Society voted to have a home made rookie slmwi-r tor the Harriet Ballon NUIVI.V at Sioux City. Cookies are to be brought to tin February meeting. Mrs Eugene- Hu,-kamp, Secretory of Spiritual Life, announced that Match bill has been steeled by the National Counea 01 Churcites to be World Day 01 r'rayer. Mrs Charles Lovejoy, Secretary of Missionary Education, reported on the reading Circle and also announced that Mrs Haivcy Walker would .begin instruction its the study course on Southeast Asia sometime in February. An Executive Committee meeting will be held Monday, Feb. 4 4-H Club Party The Fenton Progressive 4-H Boy's Club entertained the Fenton Forward 4-H girls club at a Christinas parly Monday evening of last week at the Zumnch Cafe. There were 31 in attendance. Various games were conducted, gifts were exchanged FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY J. Wallace Smith Real Estate Broker General Insurance THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repairs FENTON, IA. You need MILK... YOU NEVER OUTGROW FOR MILK Y OU'LL LOOK BETTER, feel better, actually be better when you drink enough milk. Adequate intake of milk does four wonderful things for you— makes you sleep better , . . easej nervous tension . . , ends calf turn starvation . . . and builds strength, not jatl Drink at least three glasses everyday. It's the healthiest habit you can have. Fenton Co-Op. Creamery "A Good Creamery In A Good Town" Fenton, Iowa and lunch .-served. Ladies Aid Met St. John Lutheran Ladies Am met Wednesday afternoon with hostesses Mrs William Jentz, Mrs vVoo.irow Kraeht and Mrs Lloya Kern. Mrs Harold Eimcrs, vice president, presided at the business imeiin^. csevenil commit lee reports were given. The S,.ciet\ .s-.'iit 2.) Chn.-itmas boxes to I lit btiite liktilute at Cherokee. Serves Japanese Meals Miss Anna Marie Mitchell pre- p.irod ;md served two Japanese t.ukiyuki dinners this past week Un New Year's D;iy her evening gutsis were Mr and Mrs Nyles Heggen, Gaylrri and David," Mi ;uid Mrs Bernard Solbtrg ana Jerry and Mr and Mrs Kicharu Underwood and girls. Thursday evening dinner guests were Mi and Mrs Richard Underwood and girls. Thursday evening dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joanne, Mr anu Mrs Morris Mitchell and Mr and Mrs William DeWall. Mr and Mrs Ed Schlei were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Frank Weisbrod home at Cylinder. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and boys were Sunday dinner gue-sts in the Kueber Larson home at Armstrong. John Kohlwes is a patient at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. He underwent surgery Saturday. Mr and Mrs Ewald Kohlwes of Austin, Minn, were guests in the Paul Eigler home Saturday and Sunday and then went to Ft. Dodge to be with Mr Kohlwes. Mrs Clayton Dilsworth was hostess to the U-Deal-Em Bridge Club Monday afternoon. Mrs E. W. Ruske, playing lor an absent member, won high score prize. Mrs Gaylord Johnson won second high and Mrs Lester Thecsfield, low. The Fairville Ladies Aid met last Thursday with hostesses Mrs E. K. Johnson and Mrs Kenneth Johnson. Rev. A. C. Kruogei was in charge of the,topic discussion and Mrs L. II. Wehrspann was in charge of the entertainment. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara were Sunday evening guests in the Stanley Jensen home at Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Marold Schlei spent Saturday of last -week at forest City, Last Monday evening guests in the Herman Norland home were Mr and Mrs Dale Mitchell and Mnrk of Minneapolis, Rev. and Mrs H. L. Norheim and, family, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Anna Marie Mitchell. Mr and Mrs Pale Weisbrod and girls, and Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager arid boys were Friday evening dinner guests in the Marlin Wegener home. Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman, Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe,. Mr and Mrs Art Tietz of Lakota and Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman of Burt were New Year Day guests in the Frank Dreyer home at Lone Rock. Mrs Frank McFall returned home Wednesday evening after being hospitalized at the Holy Family hospital for a week with a badly sprained ankle. Mr and Mrs'Alberi Mitchell and Anna Marie Mitchell were Friday evening dinner guests in the Richard Underwood home. Mr and Mrs John Schallin, Mr and Mrs William Boeitchcr and Mrs Clara Gremmels were evening dinner guests on New .Year's Day in the M. P. Nemitz home, Mrs Sam Warner entertained at two tables of 500 Friday afternoon. Mrs Wichtcndahl won high score prize, Mrs A. H. Peterson low prize and Mrs Henry Tieman, draw prize. Mr and Mrs W. B. Schmidtke of Morristown, Minn, spent the weekend in the William Hantelman home. Jack Munch spent last weekend in Minneapolis visiting with relatives. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and Mrs Amanda rSprn Year Day dinhei the Clarence Yager family and were New guests in home. Mr and Mrs E. H. Dreyer and Roger and Mr and Mrs Darrel Dreyor, Lee, Kim and Kay were dinner guests New Year Day in ihe Duane Dreyer home Algona. Mr and Mrs Don Boever and Penny returned home Thursday after spending the Holidays with idatives' in California. Annual Election By Congregation Fenion — The annual meeting of Blakjer congregation was held Tuesday, Jan. 8. The following officers have been e'^-ted to serve for 1957. President, Henry Looft; vice president, Otto R. Jensen; secretary, Ted Jensen; treasurer, Martin Wilberg; Deacon. Henry Wil- bcrg; trustee, John Johannesen. Fred Johannesen was elected to serve on the board of education. Kenneth Halverson and Gaylord Olsen were named as auditors. Sig Loge is Bible Camp Representative. Martin Wilberg was ' named as district delegate with J. H. Jensen as alternate. Laurence Johannesen is delegate to. the All-in-One Convention, with Odey Cherland named as Alternate, Brownie Scouts Meet Brownie Scout Troop No. 4 met Monday afternoon at the Scout room with leader Doris Jean Mortcnson and assistant leader Ruth Miller. Discussion was held on proper ways to set a table. A lesson was also given on the Display and Care of the Flag. Making cookies will be the next project for the Troop. Lunch was served by Doris Jean Mortensen. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Carl Veer Jr. and family at Adams, Minn. Seneca And Lone Rock Share Wins Seneca — The Seneca Basketball teams split a double header with Lone Rock on their floor Friday evening, the Seneca girls going down in defeat 67-40 while the boys took a hard fought game 46-42. ' . ' Darlene Johnson led in the scoring for the Seneca girls with 16 points. The boys game was nip and tuck throughout. David Looft and Dwane Johannesen shared scoring honors for the boys, David connected for 17 points while Dwane had 13. New Lessee Of Phillips Station A change in rnanagement of the hPillips 66 service staUon in Fenton was announced last week. Jordan Knutson who has been employed at the station for the past two years has leased the service station facilities from Don Steinberger and took over man- agernent Jan. 1. '• Steinberger will continue to handle the bulk plant, with Merle Voigt as truck driver as before. Don's Service.Co- wiil continue to be the name of the bulk plant operating firm, while the station proper will, become KnUtson's 66 Service Station. THOUSANDS OF FARMERS NOW USING . RADIANT UNDER-HEAT FARROWING BED mves PICTURE TAKEN DURIN& ACTUAL WINTER TESTS fORCH/CKSANPPfFSTOO CHECK THESE FACTS If laMlNATES FIRE HAZARP v m spivices FPU uma ¥ UPW ©PERATIN& COSTS ¥ THliHKWItCALiy OJNTEftUP HfAT KM QW ¥ mm BApY PCS FC^ SOW ¥ FAST «awe, FAST mm t ¥• ww ww&w * m\ IP8 uw ALWAYS'WARM DRY BED COME IH AND SEE OUR HEATED DISPLAY WEISBROD IMPLEMENT in FENTON Seneca 4-H Is Smorgasbord Host, Fairmont Seneca — The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H (Jlub and lead^ ers were hosts at a Smorgasbord at Fairmont last Thursday evening honoring Mr and Mrs Roy Merchant of Lone Rock. Mr Merchant had given the club members a short course in welding. Mr Beck, also pf Lone Rock, who had assisted Mr Merchant had also been given an invitation to this event, but was unable to attend. Pastor and Mra Harlan Block' hus were hosts to the nvenihers of the Blakjer Luther League at a Christmas party held at the parsonage Wednesday evening of Christmas week. Mrs Charles Beaver who suffer^ ed a back injury several weeks ago and has been confined to her bed, is now able to be up and about again. , Robert Melick, who taught at Seneca a year ago and who now' is in the service, visjted w|th teachers and students at Seneca last Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Charles Osborn spent Christmas with their son Jim at Minneapolis, Minn. Lloyd Wilberg of Minneapolis spent Christmas with his parents, the Martin Wilbergs. Coming Events Thursday, Jan. 10 — Bertha Circle; Gladys Circle; Depew Fellowship Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club. Friday, Jan. 11 — Legion Auxiliary. Monday, Jan. 14 — Legion meeting. TuesJay, Jan. 15 — Town and Country Woman's Club. Wednesday, Jan. 16 — Band Mothers, Thursday, Jan. 17 — Helen Circle; Blakjer W.M.F.; Independent Mixers. LONE ROCK NEWS Callers Wednesday evening at the Ralph C. Thompsons to help Mrs Thompson celebrate hei birthday were Mr and Mrs James Elsbecker and son David, Mr anu Mrs Leo Elsbecker of Bancroft, and Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson and family. . Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow entertained the Happy Homemaker^ Saturday evening. Prizes went to Mrs Andrew Thomson, for high, 'Emil Person low, Henry' Schroeder, low, Milfred Mitchell, high,' and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough, door prize. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fischer and Defawn of Bancroft were dinner and supper guests New Year's day at the parental Alfred Schadendorf home. Mr and Mrs Junior HurJburt spent the evening there. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family v were guests for dinner Sunday in Burt at the Walter Dacken home. Donald Heiter of Spencer visited Sunday with W. C. Heiter. He is a nephew. Mr and Mrs Otto Wilberg ol Ringsted and Mr and Mrs 'Robert Berkland and family of St. Paul, were .supper guests Wednesday evening at the Wayne Lynch home. Dinner guests New Year's Day at the M. O. Richards home were Mr and Mrs Floyd Richards, Mr and Mrs Donald Honeycutt and family of Blue Earth, Mr and Mrs Frank 'Richards and girls of Fort Dodge,' Ralph Richards 01 Mason City and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and family. Mr and, Mrs Eugene Pearson, Hampton, called on friends at Lone Rock Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mi's Art Person entertained at supper for New Year's Day Mr and Mrs Gerald Soderburg arid familyi Mr and Mrs Jim Cody and Mr and Mrs .Ed Thig- ges. .Mr and Mrs .John Madsen and Emma Johnson of Ringsted were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Carl Peterson. Mr and Mrs Walter DeSaer and family of Marshall, Minn, and Mrs Tillie Paul -of Vista, Minn, spent Wednesday at the Henry Kueck, home.' Mrs Paul who is a sifter pf Mr Kueck remained for a wwk's visit. Mr and Mrs Milfred Mitchell visited Sunday afternoon at the Ben Mitchell home at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Sanford Mitchell and daughter Sharon of Oklahoma left Saturday after a visit here. Mrs Florence Schrader, LeRoy and Wanda were dinner guest? Sunday at the Roger Walker hpme in.Fenton. TIRED of continually losing tools? We now; have pegboard tool panels in sizes from 2 ft x 4 ft, to /* ft. x 8 ft. gee them at THOMPSON YARDS Fenton, la, , Phone 8 (2) Vacations End Fenton — Beverly Holmers re-' turned to Iowa City where she i$ employed at the State University hospital, and Havian Helmers returned to Cedar Falls where he js a student after spending the holidays with 'their parents, Mr and Mrs l{arm jtjejmevs. Mr $,i\d Mrs Gebr'gb Ifclmers of Titorik'a were dinner guests of his parents recently. NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION PUBWC NOTICE ft hereby given to the qualified .voters of the Sentral Cpmmunity School District, in the Counties of Kossuth and Palo AJJo, State of Iowa, that a special school election has been called and ordered to be held in and for said School Pia- frict on the 2nd ,day of February, 10S7, whereat-there will be submitted to the voters 'of said Sentral Community School District, to be by them voted uppn, the following proposition, to-wit: "Shall the Board of Directors pf tne Sentral Community School District in the Counties of Kps- suth and Palo Alto, State of Iowa, ijssue! bonds in an amount not to exceed $450400.00 for the purpose of carrying out • a high school building : program consisting of erecting a i new high school building, procuring as a site fhere- for approximately ten acres of land lying in the Northeast Corner of the Southeast Quarter (SB M) and in the Southeast Corner of the .Northeast Quarter (NB Vi) of Section Nine (8), Township Ninety-seven (97) North, Baoge Thirty (80), West of the 5th P. {£., Kobsulh Count*', Iowa, and pro- pufing and improving adjoining land as a site lor an atlijetic field in and for said School District." T,h« polls for said election will be bpe.n from twelve o'clock iwon urttu seven o'clock PM. of said day and for -said .election the whole pi saiq Community School District has beefl couupUdated into and will constitute one v&tlng" precinct and the polling place therefor will be at the school bigwig Jo the Town of l^orie Rocfe Kossuth County, Iowa,'at which tinie ana place all ot the qualified voters of said School District are hereby uatified to .appear. ' This notice is given by order of tlw Board of Directors of the Sentral Con)- munity School District pursuant to. the provisions ,of Cliaptor . 206. "• Code pf Iowa, 1854, gnd to a sufficient potlUpjj with the requisite signatures in .accordance therewith and as ordered by a resolution adopted by the Board of Directors on the goth day of De r cembar, 1856. Dated at Seneca Township, Kossuth County, Iowa, this JSQth day of December. A. D., 1956. /$/ Msi'igrte J^Witryjuw Secretary'Board of Directors (Published Jan. 3. 10, 17 and 84, 1957. in The Algonu (Iowa) Upper PCS Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig were dinner guests Sunday in Burt at the C. W. Heerdt home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson of Wesley were supper guests of Mr and Mrs Geo. B. Long ana family Sunday. Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder spent Sunday in Des M.oines where they visited at the Veterans Hospital with Ellis Kestei and I 1 rank Decker. They also visited an aunt and uncle, Mr ana Mrs Gus Fischer. Sherry Lin Newbrough, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough, was baptized Sunday at the Lotts Creek Lutheran church in Lotts Creek. Mrs Victor Dreyer and Dennis Schmidt were sponsors. Dinner guests at the Newbrough home in honor of the occasion were Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt and family, Lila Schmidt and Mr and Mrs Victor Dreyei and Vickie. Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck and Mrs Don Miller Gloria and Thomas of LuVerne spent New Year's Day in Des Moines with Melvin Kueck and Everett Mittag and families. They returned home Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Robert Hanna were guests New Year's Day at the Wm. Knoll home. Mr and Mrs Knoll and family called Sunday evening at the Russell Jensen home. Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller were New Year's eve hosts to Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan, and Mr and Mrs Junior Hurl hurt. Mr and Mrs Luke Hamilton and daughter of Bancroft visited the Millers Sunday evening. Mr arid Mrs Fred Genrich called, at the Owen Berhow home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and family visited at the Virgi, Borchardt home in Fenton, Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Max Slratton ol Algona visited the Dale Wegeners, New Years eve. For uinmi New Years day Mr and Mrs Har vey Rath and Doris of Algona, Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and family were guests at the Wegener home. Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough entertained for New Years day Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough and family, Mr and Mrs Gene Bltaftohard and family. Janect Kissner spent over the weekend at Bancroft with Jahice Goche. Annual Meeting, Swea City Church Swea City — The annual meeting of the Swea City Immanuel church congregation was held Thursday night, Jan. 3. The meeting opened with singing, led by the Rev. Waldo Ek> berg, interim pastor. Vice pastor", Rev. C. Leonard Nelson of Algona was in charge, and opened the business meeting, Mrs Carl E. Anderson was reeleoted secretary. The report of former pastor Rev. A. M. Youngquist was read. Rev. Waldo Ekberg then read his letter to the congregation, with his report of the remainder of the year. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 ANNOUNCEMENT! As of January 1, 1957, The Phillips 66 Service Station In Fenton Has Been Leased to Jordan Knutson and Will Be Known as KNUTSON'S Phillips 66 TM -ii- Phillips SERVICE I Will Continue To Operate The Bulk Plant For Phillips 66, with Merle Voigt as truck driver. ALL SERVICE WORK WILL BE GIVEN PROMPT, EFFICIENT & ECONOMICAL AT- TENTION, AS IN THE PAST. f -. , . Your Patronage te Appreciated DON'S SERVICE Co. FENTO'N, IOWA STATEMENT OF CONDITION FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK Armstrong & Fenton December 31, 1956 - ASSETS- LIABILITIES - Cash & Due from Banks $ 336,044.70 U. S. Bonds & Securities 1,018,728.69 Municipal Bonds and Securities _'_ 101,391.72 Commodity Credit Loans -- 545,8t)6.01 Bills Receivable _ 1,225,418.86 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures „ „ 4,881.80 Capital Stock _ $ 50,000.00 Surplus 75,000-00 Undivided Profits - — 154,332.92 Total Capital Account** 279,332.92 Dividend Declared 3,500.00 Deposits 2,949,438.86 Total Resources $3,232,271.78 Total Liabilities ,$3,232,271.78 DISCOUNT SALE FOB FAST ACTION? •» Seed Is Not Cheaper, And Good Seed For This Year Ii Not Plentiful . . . BUT WE ARE MAKING A SPECIAL DISCOUNT PRICE FOR IMMEDIATE, CASH SALES AS FOLLOWS: 3°o DISCOUNT on FERTILIZER for Those Ordering and Paying By January 15 2% DISCOUNT on 6RASS SEED Ordered and Paid For Ai Above YOU HAVE 6 DAYS TO ACT AND SAVE $$$ ON YOUR 1957 PROGRAM , .-;*,<* • ~* Fenton Co-Operative Elevtor FENTON, IOWA

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