The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1957 · Page 32
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 32

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 4, 1957
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4-Algona (la.) Up^r Oil Molnw Thursday, April 4, 1957 New Lumber Yard For Fenton By Mantel mans F«a<8H —"Establishment of a new lumber yard In Fenton was announced last week by Martin find William Hahtelman of the Hantelman Building Service. The new yard 'Will be erected on ground leased from the C. & N.W. Railroad, at of the former ' fhohipson Yard which was destroyed fire. some weeks ago by The : new yard will be called the Fenton Lumber Co. and they expect to have lumber In by May 1. They Will haftdle a complete line of lumber, but not fencing or paint, each item being already handled: through Fenton retail sources. . . * First construction will be of the yard itself, with an office to 'be temporarily.'Worked out and permanently constructed a little later. The yard will start with construction 20 by 100 feet and ample room for expansion. • The Fenlon Forwards 4-H Club Will have a bake sale on Saturday, April 6th. Mr and Mrs Holland Reimann and family, of Clarion spent Sunday in the parental Hans Baago Ijome. Mrs Emil Person 'of Lone Rock •was a Sunday afternoon visitor in the Floyd Duncan home. Mrs Kenneth Halverson's mother, Mrs Clyde Gilbaugh, passed away Friday at Rochester. Funeral services were held, Monday morning, April 1, at* the Catholic church in Fairmont. The Woman's Society of Christian Service meets Thursday (today) with Mesdames Clayton Ditsworth, J. A. Schwartz and Elwin Schlei as hostesses. Worship service will be led by Mrs Myron Speer and the lesson leader is Mrs Jack Gerhart. Alvina Miller of spent the weekend Fort Dodge at the parental Will Miller home. Mrs Don Weisbrod and Billy and Mrs Floyd Duncan were Ft. Dodge visitors on Thursday afternoon where Billy consulted an eye specialist. CORN RAISERS Win I-2T Day Expense Paid Vacation In' Europe 2-Mpls. Moline 445 Tractor 3-Mpls. Moline 2-Row Husker 4-Mpls. Moline 4 Row Corn Planter 5-6—1500 Bu. Behlen Corn Cribs and 244 6 piece Ekco Steak Knife Sets Get Your Contest Rules From HffNS BAAGO - Fenton ' REPRESENTING CARGILL HYBRID CORN • '. : ••' .': • (13-14*) Chick Starter AND Chick Grower PER HUNDRED FELCO has the kind of baby chick feeds to do a topnotch job for you. There isn't a Feed on the market that can surpass it. In your own feed program, you know exactly what is in FELCO chick starter and FELCO chick grower. Every ingredient is shown, and exact amount. WE SELL FELCO ON A SHORT-MARGIN, AND YOU AS PART OWNER SHARE IN ANY LONG-TERM PROFITS We Offer The BEST FEED - Honestly Priced Fenton Co-Op Elevator First Trust & Savings Bank Arrmtrong and Fenton, Iowa All Deposits Insured Up To $10.000 By F. D. I. C. Senior Play At Fenfon Gets High Praise Fenlon -. The Senior Class of Fenton High School presented its Class play bn Friday evening, March 29th at 8 p.m. in the school gym. The director was Marvin Stone. Following is the cast of "Beanes For Breakfast." Diane Wichtendahl, William Wiener, Joyce Voigt, Roger Potratz, Glennis Finnestad, Gary Wolter, Marlys Jentz, Jo Ann Sunde, Marlene Freyholtz, Beth Ann Newel, William Jentz, Janet Theesfield, Daryl De Sart, Gary Zumach, Jack Munch, William Fuoss and Gary Haase. f Between acts there was a vocal solo, "Bless This House, 1 ' by Glennis Finnestad; a cornet duet, "Bobolinks," Judy Jentz and Joanne Mitchell; a piano solo by Norma Larsen and a vocal solo by Susan Hantelman. Mr and Mrs William De Wall visited with Mrs De Wall's father, Chris Egland at the Good Samaritan Home in Estherville on Sunday afternoon. Mrs Clara Fischer and Mr and Mrs Art Voig{ visited with Wm. Fischer at the Good Samaritan home in Estherville, Sunday. Mr and Mis Richard Bell and sons Craig and Colin of Corning returned to their home on Sunday. Mrs Bell and children visited in the parental Wm. Miller home the past,*week and Mr Bell came on Friday. Mrs Will Miller, entertained at three tables of 500 on Thursday afternoon. High score prize and travel went to Mrs Eugene Vaudt and Mrs E. K. Johnson received 2nd high. Last "week Sunday Mr and Mrs Warren Voigt and Dennis, Mary Ann and Connie of Austin, Minn, spent ( Sunday afternoon and were supper guests -of Warren's grandmother, Mrs Mary C. Hanson of Fentpn . ' Evening and luncheon guests were Mr and Mrs Pete Jensen of Ringsted. ' This is Mr Jensen's 25th year of employment in the co-op grain elevator in Ringsted. Friday afternoon Mr, and home Oh Friday afternoon, Mrs Lyndon Kerber recejved high score honorst Mrs Ernest- Vbtle/ ler, low score honors and travel went to Mrs Paul, Voigt. Mr and Mrs E, A. Hellfcrtd and Diane of Onslow, la. spent',.the weekend here visiting relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Darlene, Barrel George Long, and Dennis of Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs A. C.- Bierstedt and family of Lakota; Mr and .Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joanne of Ringsted; Mr and Mrs Hugo Mittag and family and'Mr and Mrs Waldo ScHramm 'and boys all of Webb and the Harold Elmers family i were guests Friday night after the Senioif Class play in the home of Mrs Helena Jentz. Mr and Mrs A. D. Bleckwenn returned home Thursday after spending the past three months at Phoenix, Ariz. . Other:board members are Ervin Borchardt, John Munch, Ken Bollinger and Henry Gowans. Ervin Borchardt was named president, Henry , Gowans, vice president, Eldon Brown, secretary of the board, and Alfred Meyers, executive secretary. Senior Play Presented At Seneca High Seneca —.The Seneca Senior Class presented its class play "Date Bait", Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, April 3 and 4, at the Seneca School gymnasium. "Date Bait" is the story of a typical American family with three young daughters. The cast of characters included Emily Walker, played by Marcia Hartshorn; Sharon Dorsey as Agnes Walker. Sandra Gable played the part of Mary Walker and Sandra Nolte was Pat Walker. Anna Gibbins, Emily's pal, was ployed by Janet Geilenfeld. Harley Allen, Emily's first victim, was played by Raymond Wilberg and David Looft played the part of Jim Allen, Harley's father. Ronnie Johannesen played the part of Ed Walker, Jerry Breese as Johnny Burns; Leste^ Grey, another of Emily's targets, was played by Gail Kauffman and Roger Nielsen played the part of Dave Wilson. Virgil Gardner took the role of Harold Smith and Dwane Johannesen was Officer Bensen. The play was directed by Mrs Church School Conclave, Fenton Fenton—Recommended chufch school teaching procedures ''will be demonstrated to teachers : '-lh the eleven-county Algona District of The Methodist Church 'in an observation school April 6 at Feh- ton. Teachers attending the school observe while a staff works with actual church school classes mado up of Fenton children, tinder the direction of Mrs W. M. Hub- board of Des Moines, Iowa Area Methodist director of children's work, the Fenton school is one of 13 such sessions in the state this winter and spring. Classes to be included at Fenton range from nursery. through intermediates. The demonstration staff will include Mrs R, C. Scott, Cedar Rapids; Mrs Harold Lamb, Fort Dodge; Mrs Francis Brockman and Mrs Hubbard, Des Moines; and Miss Carol Johnson, Perry. "j. Counties to be represented at the school include all or parts 0} Gerro Gordo, Emmet, Franklin', Hancock, Humboldt, Kossutn, Palo Alto, Pocahontas, Winnebago, Worth and Wright. Fenton Creamery Election Held Fenlon' — At the recent annual meeting of the Fenton Coopera tive Creamery, 3 new directors were .elected to the board. They - --^are Eldon Brown,, Ervin Grem- Paul Saxton called on Mrs Mary* ynels ^and Clarence' Arbogast. C. Hansen. Mrs Saxton spent "" ' ---' ' " • the afternoon with her mother, Mrs Hansen. Mrs Mary C. Hansen of Fenton attended Church Services and Bible class at the Presbyterian church in Lone Rock. Her great grandson Jeffrey Alan Saxton, was baptized in the morning. She was also a dinner guest at the home of her grandson and family, Blaine Saxtons. Monday afternoon Mr and Mrs J. H. Farrell visited at the Paui Saxton home and at the Mary C. Hansen home where they had supper. Mr and Mrs Leo P. Elbert of Cor with visited Sunday afternoon at the Paul Saxton home, Mrs Saxton and Mrs Elbert are. sisters. The Independence Mixers Farm Bureau Women met on March 21 in the home of Mrs Bertel Berkeland with Mrs Wiener assisting. Mrs Eugene Huskamp gave an interesting report on the Farm Bureau Women's trip to Des Moines. Mrs Wm Wiener and Mrs Huskamp attended from this gruup on Wednesday, March 20th. I'he lesson was presented by Mrs Clarence W.egener and Mrs Bertel Berkeland. Mrs Dale Voigt had charge of the recreation. The April meeting will be in the home of Mrs Richard Underwood. Mr and Mrs Dick Theesfield and family and Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedt were Sunday visitors in the James Meyer home in Mason City. The 4-H Club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Larry Alt. Mrs Alvin Thomsen, Mrs Tony Brown and Mrs Howard Bruhn were welcomed as new members. Guests were Mrs Minnie Dreyer and Mrs Art Mrs .Amer Cody will be hostess to the April meeting. Mr and Mrs Oliver Stoeber and Susan of Larrabee spent Friday evening and Saturday here, calling on friends and relatives and also visiting relatives of Mru Stoeber in Armstrong. Mr and Mrs John Light returned home on Friday irom Lony, Calift wherp they had spent part of the winter months. Before returning home, they visited briefly in the home of their daughter, Mrs Clyde Brooks and family at Iowa Falls. Mr and Mrs Ed Priebe returned home on Tuesday of last week. They were snowbound overnight Monday at Humeston, Iowa. For the past three months they had been at Fort Meyers, Fla. Last Saturday Mrs Sarah Weisbrod WHS a supper #uest at the home of Mrs Mary C. Hansen. Mrs Clara Fauerby spent Sunday evening visiting and watching T.V. with Mrs Mary C. Hansen. Mr and Mrs Carl Ptiebe returned home Tuesday from Fort Meyers, Fla., where they had spent the past 2',-t months. Mrs Lloyd Berldand enter. famui at live tables uf 500 in her Orlole Christensbn.' Home From Hospital • : Mrs Peter 'Thorson, who has been a patient at MercJ- hospital at Mason City, where she submitted to surgery on her eyes, returned home on Wednesday. She is reported to be somewhat improved. Mrs Herman Geilenfeld spent several days at Mason City helping care for her, as did Mrs Fred Brown. Homsmakers Meet , : Twenty-four Seneca Homemakers saw two Cancer films 'presented Tuesday afternoon by. Joyce : Hayden, County Health Nurse. ' Following the showing of the film the group enjoyed a Coffee hour after which the Homemakers group held their regular meeting. Plans were made for the group to attend Rural Woman's Day at Algona on April 5. Mrs Woodrow Kracht reported on,the Des Moines trip. Mrs Ted Jensen gave a very in- teresting talk oft proper 1 wiring. .Refreshments were served by Mrs John Struecker and Mrs Victor Strueeker. • Hbmemakers in attendance in-' eluded Mrs Charles Osborn, Mrs Gernle. Speer, Mrs Lyle Osborn, Mrs R. Helmers, Mrs Earl Crouch, Mrs Clarence/ Osborn, Mrs John 'Johannesen, Mrs Ted Jfensen, Mrs Claude Johnson, Mrs Fred Johannesen, Mrs Everett Witham, Mrs Woodrow Kracht. Mrs Anne Presthus, Mrs Lawrence Johannesen, Mrs Delmat Fischer, Mrs Jerry Jentz, Theresa Steeflug, Mrs Calvin Vaudt, Bertha Olsen, Mrs Snyder and Mrs Henry Looft. Phone CY 4-3535 - Y6or Mr and Mrs Charles Beaver and Mr and Mrs Roy Klein returned home Wednesday after having visited with the letter's daughter and family, at Denver, Colorado. HAIL INSURANCE NO MONEY DOWN 1 J. Wallace Smith Insurance —.Fenlon 12tf THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To U$ With Cpnfidenw Phone FENTON f3 RINGSTEP 210Q6 99111 Fertilizer Bulk Spreading Act Now Before Seeding Time I WE USE OUR OWN, NEW EQUIPMENT AND THE COST IS LOW - Also Fertilizer in Bags GRASS SEED & FIELD SEED We're Here To Serve You . ' ;, • FELCO PRODUCTS "Where You Do Business With Yourself" YOUR CAR DESERVES CORRECT SPRING SERVICING AND THAT'S THE TYPE OF WORK WE GUARANTEE Oil Changes Greasing - Washing - Accessories Headlights Correctly Aimed and Adjusted ATLAS TIRES. & BATTERIES WITH THE "LONG LIFE" GUARANTEE Hansen's STANDARD SERVICE ON HIGHWAY 44 AT FENTON McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING "We Sell, Install or Service" FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, P*LUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES -, BOTTLE GAS SERVICE PHONE 120 or 111 FENTON 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*. Phon» 3 Re«. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building * Remodeling 9mm ns 9? 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske PENTISJ Office Phone 79 Residence 35 Fenton, HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair* * The Right Way to Paint A House By Bay and Wilfred Stoeber There'* a Hghf Way and a Wrong way to paint a house. The right way. saves you money because. It pro- teets your, house against the elements . , .keeps it looking new far longer. The wrong way Is EXPENSIVE so let lefs forget it - and concentrate on the right way. . ' - * * * First prepare) the surface. Scrape off scales and sand down rough spots. The surface must be free of dirt and grease. All holes and leaks should be plugged. : * * •'*'.'.'. Now you're ready to paint. New or weathered surfaces should be primed with SUPER-MIX Exterior Primer because it costs a third less than regular house paint on a two-coat job. Use it as it comes from the can — no thinning.' - ' , ,* * * . .. ' There are lots of fine house paints on the market. We stock and recommend SUPERMIX House Paint because we believe it is the very best. It flows on smoothly, brushes out easily. It's tops in quality at a moderate price. . ' .*,.''.* *. The finishing coat should be applied with a short swinging stroke. Hold your brush at about'a 45 degree angle with the wood. Use moderate pressure. Don't slap Ihe paint on "or work With the tip alone. And don't brush it out too far.- Stir the paint about every half hour or so. . • , That's all there is to it. But before you start painting, stop in and see us. We can fix you up with everything you need Jo give your home a new look. STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON, IOWA . 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