The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1957 · Page 19
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*tft. *HOltH HAlVfeRSON tdfter March 14, 1957 Published By fhft Upper t)«« Moin*» Publishing Co., AlQona, lewo Over 200 Visit Elevator On Silver Dollars Day Fenlon — An excellent turnout made the Silver Dollar Day ai the Fenlon Co-Operative Eleva tor a real success last Saturday. There were several hundred n. for coffee and doughnuts, ana total business for the day came to $12,785.24. * A silver dollar was given in rebate for every $50 worth of cash business done that day, as weL as a selection of nice door prizes The prizes went as follows: 1st, George Jentz, 300 Ibs. Felco feed; 2nd, Carl Beck, 200 Ibs. Felco feed; 3rd, Mrs Wm. Boet- toher, cutlery set; 4th, Fred Fessler, Felco 123 antibiotic; 5th, Roy Klein, poultry fountain; 6th, Mr* Amer Cody, 1 gal. spray; 7th, Wm. Dreyer, 1 gal. spray; 8th, Willard Thompson, 25 Ibs. dog food; 9th, Clarence Osborn, 2 egg baskets; 10th, Wayne Bollinger, gq. Vanisol. Thompson Yard Suspends Word was received recently that a decision had been made by Thompson* Yards not to rebuild the lumber yard destroyed here by fire some weeks ago. The yard was located on ground leased from the C. & N.W. railroad. Gilbert Scriber Jr., who had been local manager for the firm, has been transferred to the 'Armstrong yard. World Day of Prayer World Day of Prayer was observed at the Fenton Methodist church on Friday afternoon. 'Who Shall Separate Us? 1 was tht theme for the special service. Appropriate music was played by Mrs Arnold Hansen as Mr* Merle Voigt lighted the candles. Mrs Eugene Huskamp had charge of the service. Assisting her were Mrs Frank McFall, Mrs Carrie Voigt and Mrs Rex Wolfe. During the offertory and a; the close of the service duett were sung by Mrs Ray Zwiefe. and Mrs Marold Schei. W.S.G.S. Meets The W.S.C.S. met Thursday afternoon March 7th with hostesses Mrs George Jorgenson Sr., Mrs Ray Zwiefel and Mrs Donald Root. The meeting opened with a prelude by Mrs Clayton Ditsworth. Devotions were led by Mrs Earl Crouch. Mrs E. W. Ruske presented the lesson, assisted by Mrs Jorfn Munch and Mrs Charles Newel. Mrs Don Weisbrod, president, conducted the business meeting. Mrs Charles Lovejoy read a communication from Ortha Lane taken from the North Iowa Conference News. Mrs Fred Mortenson suggested that different ones adopt a serviceman and send a card to them on their birthday and at Christ•> mas time. Mrs Eugene Huskamp, Spiritual Life Secretary, announced Building - Repairing Remodeling FARM WORK A SPECIALTY "No Job Too Big, No Job Too Small — With 28 Years of Building Experience" ' Hantelrnan Building Service HOW TO REFINISH WOOD FLOORS JBy Hay and Wiitred Sloeber Do your floors look a little worse for wear? If they do, it's time for a refinishing job. Sound hard? It's not if you do it right. * * * If your floors are really in bad shape you should probably rent a floor sander and refinish -them completely. Most floors, however, don't need a complete refinishing. * * * Let's concentrate on floors that don't need a complete refinishing job. The floor should be thoroughly washed with a good cleaning compound to remove all dust, wax, grease and soil. If you want to remove the old finish, use SUPERMIX No-Wash remover for a really slick job with a minimum of work, * * * Allow the floor to dry. Fill all cracks (SUPERMIX Crack Filler does a swell job). Worn spots should be touched up with wood stain to match the rest of the surface. Cover these spots with a thin coat of varnish ahead of the first coat. % * * * After the surface has been properly prepared, apply one or two coats of SUPERMIX 4-Hour Varnish or SUPER- MIX Plasti-Film Varnish. Allow 24 hours drying time between coats, * * * If you want an enamel finish, you can't find a better one than SUPERMIX Floor Enamel. Thin the first coat about one-fourth with turpentine. The final coat should be applied as it comes from the' can. If you use three coats, the,second should also be thinned a little. * t * * Before you start the job — no matter what kind of a paint job it is - come in and talk it over with us. We can probably save you time and money. STOEBER HARDWARE FENTQN, IOWA OUR a ULJN HARDWARE Your Home Town Paint Headquarters Here is a good bwy this weefe; PAINT POT v ^ h , Be World Day of Prayer. Members of the Helen and Gladys Circles will serve the noon luncheon at the Observation School which is to be held Saturday, April 5, at the local church. Members of the Bertha and Ellen Circles will serve the noon meal for a meeting of the District ministers and their wives on Tuesday, April 30th. The president announced that new shades, have been installed ift the primary rdom. They were donated by the Peterson Furm* ture Store. ' Mrs J. A. Schwartz read a letter., from Mrs David Strey* feller, District Promotion Secretary from the Algona District, announcing the annual District Meeting to be held at Clea* Lake, Wednesday, April 3rd. Miss Marian Warner Missionary to India, will be the guest speaker. Members voted to give $10 to the Crusade Scholarship Fund. Infant Baptised Judy Kae, infant, daughter at Mr and Mrs Wayne Bellinger wat baptized Sunday at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Lotts Creek. Rev, Braner officiated and sponsors were Kenneth Bollinger and Mrs Alfred Bell. 49TH Anniversary Mr and Mrs Otto Wichtendahl were pleasantly surprised by their children, March 3rd in the home of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bollinger with a dinner and supper in obserance of their 49th wedding anniversary. Those present besides the honored guests and the host family were Mr and Mrs Wilmer WicMtendahl and family, Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl and family, Mr and Mrs Wayne Bollinger and family all of Lone Rock, Mrs Alma Gade of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl, Mrs H. F. Baas'of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl of Algona, Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl and Herman Wichtendahl, Henry Zinnel of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Will Wehrsparin of Ottosen, Mr and Mrs John Geitzenauer pi Fenton, Mr and Mrs Darwin Prochaske and family of Mallard and Harvey Bollinger. Auxiliary Meeting The Legion Auxiliary, met Saturday, March 9th, in the home of Mrs John Waite with 12 present. Mrs W. R/'.WjOlJe presided at the business-meeting. The Auxiliary has made planb to sponsor a chilii at the Glenwood Home for Children. Tht Auxiliary will serve the lunch at the annual Creamery meeting to be held this Saturday, March 16th. A contribution of $3 was given to the Red Cross and $5 to the Veterans Administration Hospital in Iowa City. Mrs S. E, Straley will be the April hostess. Mr and Mrs Theodore Weisbrod and Viola of Fairmont and Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer were Sunday supper guests in the L. J. Weisbrogl home. * Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer. Mrs John Kohlwes of Algona went to Austin, Mini). Saturday to visit Mrs Lena Kohlwes and then went on to Minneapolis to visit with Mr and Mrs Gayle Keeley and Doren Kohlwes. Mrs Lena Kohlwes bought a house in Minneapolis and plans to move there by April 1st. Mr and Mrs Elmer Harsch of Cleveland .Ohio, and Mr and Mrs Cecil Harsch of California called in the Alfred Meyer home Thursday. They were enroute to Algona to visit their mother", Mrs Mary Harsch a patient at St Ann's Hospital. Mr and Mrs Darol Underwood and son Steven, Mr and Mrs Seneca Boys 4-H Appearing in Algona last Saturday as one of more than forty-five Kossuth 4-H clubs being honored hi. 1 re was the Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H, pictured above. Their display was at Bradley Bros., the club's sponsor for the day. Club leader is Earl Crouch, Fenton; Duanc Johannesen, president; Ray Wilberg, vice-president. Richard Underwood and girls, and Albert Mitcell were Wednesday evening dinner guests in the Clarence Underwood hoine. Mr and Mrs Martin Ohm and Dennis spent the weekend in Des Moines at the Ferdinand Mittag home. Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman of Burt were Sunday dinner guests in the Edwin Uthof home. On Saturday evening their supper guests were Mr' and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joan. Visitors of Mrs Earl Dean at the Clayton Ditsworth home this past week have been Mr arid Mrs A. H. Heiter of Roelf on Tuesday, Mr and Mrs Wallace Brown of Gruver on Thursday, and Mr and Mrs W. C. Heiter of Lone Rock and Mrs Lyda Jetter, Algona on Saturday. The annual Creamery meeting will be held this Saturday at the Fenton Community Center. Election of officers and the usual transaction of business will be taken care of. A program will be presented and lunch will be served. Mr and Mrs Melvin Rickliff of Titonka are the parents of a 7 Ib. 13 oz. daughter. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller are the maternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs Hans Baago and High Honor Roll Of Fenton For ,6 Weeks Fenton — Honor Roll for Fenton high for the past six weeks have been announced as follows Highest Honors — "A" in Citizenship'and (4 A's) or (3 A's- 1B) — Janet Behnc, Joan Gushing, Marlys Jentz, Beth Newel. Jane Ruger, JoAnn Sunde, Joyce Voigt, Judy Juhl, and Vergenc- Norland. Honors — "A" in Citizenship and (3 B's-1 A) or 2 A's-2 B's) or (3 A's-1 C — Glennis Finnestad. Evalon Schlei, Joan Wegener. Pam Weisbrod, Ardyth Drone Sharon Hantelman, and Susan Hantelmah. Honorable "Mention — "A" ir: Citizenship and (4 -B's) or (2 B's- 1 A-l C) or (2 A's-1 B-l C) or (2 A's-1 B-l C) or (3 B's-1 C) — Marlene Freyholtz, Judy Jentz, Janice Strober, Norma Larson Jane Lieb, and Charles Kern. Rainhow Bridge in southern Utah, 309 feet high is the highest natural bridge in the world. according to the National Park Service. YOUR GUIDEP05T TO ALL MONEY MATTERS You can feel confident that your interests will be care- fwlly considered and all your financial matters will be given prompt and expert attention. FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK Fenion and Arnajti-ojig Homemakers In Seneca Sponsor Cancer Film Seneca — The Seneca Homemakers met at the Seneca School on Tuesday, Feb. 26. A short business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs John Johannesen, at which time the group voted to have a cancer film shown at the next regular meeting to be held on Tuesday afternoon, March 26 beginning at 2 o'clock and to invite the public to see the film. The lessons was given by Mrs Eldon Brown. Homemakers in attendance included the hostesses, Mrs Harold Gronhovd and Mrs William Dorsey, also Mrs John Johannesen, Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Lyle England, Mrs Ole Pedersen, Mrs Henry Looft, Mrs Martin Wilberg, Bertha Olsen, Mrs Calvin Vaudt, Mrs John Strueckcr, Mrs Victor Struecker, Mrs Eldon Brown and Mrs Myron Spear. Honor Roll Members Seneca high school students making the honor roll the first six weeks of the semester include Nancy Fischer and Marcia Hartshorn who received highest honors. Receiving honors were Susan Breese, Marilyn Johannesen, Darlene Johnson and Janice Osborn. Honorable mention was given to Sandra Gabel, Carol Johannesen, Sandra Nolle, Lois Wilberg and Raymond Wilberg. Seneca Junior high school student receiving highest honors was Sharon Sullivan. Kathleen Crow- Icy received honorable mention. The Seneca Stars met at the home of Margaret Nielsen, Wednesday evening, March 6. Alyce Petersen was hostess to the Seneca Sparklers at her home Friday afternoon, March 1. ' Mrs Curtis Olsen is recuperating from injuries which she received in an automobile accident recently. Mrs Olsen sulier- ed a broken arm and knee lacerations. Little Randy Mueller, son ol Mr and Mrs Laurence Mueller, submitted to a hernia operation at Holy Family Hospital a'. Estherville, Friday morning. Randy is getting along fine. Mr and Mrs Ralph Drinan and daughter Susan of Armstrong were Sunday night supper guests at the Everett Wilham home. Jeanne England and her roommate Connie Drumm of Des Moines spent last weekend at the home of the former's parents, the Lyle Englands. Last weekend visitors at the Myron Spear home included Joan Svuba and Wayne Berk, students at Buena Vista college. Mrs Spear and Joan are sisters. Mr and Mrs Emory Haar and Susan of Iowa Falls visited at the Herbert KraUse home one day last week. Mrs Haar and'Mr& Krause are cousins. Mr and Mrs Roy Witham of Clear Lake spent Tuesday night at the Everett Witham home. Eddie .and Edwin Stattleman of West Bend were Tuesday evening callers there. Virgil Gardner and Roger McGregor spent Friday and Saturday at Des Moines where they attended the Girls State Basketball Tournament. Mrs Fred Johannesen was h6st- ess to the Seneca Modern Mixers Club and their husbands last Tuesday evening. Mrs Lyle Eng- j land had charge of the entertainment. Dick Looft, who was inducted into the army, recently is receiving his basic tfaining at Camp Chaffee, Ark. church choir for half a century. TYPING PAPER, 500 SHBEtS A surprise program in his honor 8V4 X 11, only 98c at the UPPER marked the occasion. DES MOINES Office 50 YEARS At Eagle Grove, Peter Hovland has been honored. He's been the director of the Lutheran THOMAS FUNERALCHAPEL 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 Get Your Oats & Seed CLEANED and TREATED NOW ! Panogen Liquid Seed Disinfectant Has Had Remarkable Results On Oats WE SELL IT ALSO — Spread Your Fertilizer Now and Be Ready For Oats Seeding Co-OpElev. > zzzz.-*: • » :~ 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 Bu*. Phone 3 Ret- 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 Repair* FENTON, IA. ANNOUNCEMENT; We Are Now AUTHORIZED DEALERS For The Complete Line of SAMSONITE LUGGAGE .- This Beautiful Line of Luggage PETERSEN Furniture in Fenton SAVE ON NOW I By Placing Your Order In March For May 15th Delivery A-l GRADES - GUARANTEED Denmark, Yellow, Devil Supreme BALER TWINE Regular $8.50 Price ___________ NOW HOLLAND HI TEST Baler Twine, Reg. $9.00 Price ____ NOW 14-T BALER ' Regular $7.95 Price ____________ NOW 7.95 8.60 7.45 WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Your John Deere Dealer In Fenton HOLSTEIN DAIRY DISPERSAL SALE As I have been in the Dairy business 45 years, I have decided to quit the Dairying on farm located '/z mile west. 1 mile South and l'/4 mile west of Hingsted or 7 miles north of Depew or East of Estherville to County "J", 8 miles south and 4 miles east on — THURSDAY, MARCH 14 SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK 35 Head of Pure Bred Hi-Grade Holstein Cattle HolsteiiTCowNoaivng40 Ibsinilkireshmiddleof NovTfyrs. old Holstein Cow No, 2 giving 44 Ibs. milk, fresh last of. Dec. 4-yrs.-old. Holstein Cow No. 3 giving 37 Ibs. milk, fresh Jan. 1. 4 years old. Holstein Cow No, 4 giving 41 Ibs. milk, fresh last of Jan. 5-years-old. Holstein Cow No. 5 giving 61 Ibs. milk, fresh in Feb. 5 yrs. old. Holstein Cow No. 6 giving 29 Ibs. milk, fresh in Nov. 5 yrs. old. Holstein Heifer No. 7 giving 43 Ibs. of milk, fresh in Jan. 2 yirs, old. Holstein Heifer No. 8 giving 38 Ibs. milk, fresh last of Jan. 2 yrs. old. Holstein Cow No. 9 giving 47 Ibs. of milk, fresh in Dec. 4 yrs- old. Holstein Cow No. 10 giving 61 Ibs. of milk, fresh in Jan. 5 yrs. pld. Holstein Heifer No. 1 1 giving 38 Ibs. milk, fresh last Dec, 2 yrs. old. Holstein Cow No. 12 giving 32 Ibs milk, fresh in Jan. 4 yrs, old. Holstein Cow No. 13 giving 55 Ibs. of milk, fresh in Jan, 4 yrs. old, Holstein Heifer No. 14 giving 31 Ibs, milk, fresh last Dec. 2 yrs, old. Holstein Heifer No. 15 giving 31 Ibs. milk, fresh last of Jan. 2 yrs. old. Holstein Cow No, 16 giving 47 Ibs. milk, fresh middle Dec. 4 yrs, old, Holstein Cow No. 17 giving 42 Ibs. milk, fresh middle Dec, 4 yrs. old. Holstein Cow No. 18 giving 61 Ibs. milk, fresh last Jan, 4 years old, Three 2-year old heifers, bred 1st part of January. Five 18 month old heifers, bred 1st part of January. Three yearling open heifers. Five Holstein heifer calves. i,- •, • * >; *- '. BULL — Luchsinger Pontiac Dekol. calved January 10, 1955, sired by Curtis Candy Pontiac Curtis, darned by Luchsinger Man:O war Dekol. Nine nearest dams average test— 768 Ibs. of iai. Calf hood bangs vaccinated and T.8. and Bangs tested. MILKING EQUIPMENT — DeLaval 4 unit milking plete with stainless steel buckets, large pump and 1 fe.p Stewart Cow Clipper. Drink cups for 26 cows with pi Laval large size UOO Ib, cream seperator with motor, » steel, with open spouts. Six Id-gallon cans, One Can 30-gallon automatic electric hot water heater. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This is one el the best herd* al Cows that we have had a chance to sell this, 7901, They we lirge and very typey, All young, all cows are T.B, and Bang* t«ft»4 and some are Bangs vaccinated. Heifers are Bangs vaceiivawd im T«8« tested with individual slips on each one. Free to go into any *M>te. 3.4 average test. See you at ^00 o'clock sharp. March Wtb, AUCTION TERMS Not responsible Jo* WILLIAM SCHAUBERGER Charles Quinn, Clair Clark and Lloyd Clark, Auct. Emmet County State Bank of IUftfltid< €»•!*

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