The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1954 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 3, 1954
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Upper Des Moines Tuesday, August 9, Machinery USED MACHINERY LIST , • TRACTORS 1—1950 WD Allls-Chalmers with Adjustable front. 1—Streamlined WC Allis-Chalmers with starter and lights. 1—1943 Model A John Deere. - 1—Cockshuti. HAY EQUIPMENT 1—New Idea 3-bar Side Delivery Rake. i 1—Gehl Field Chopper with • motor, cotn and hay attachments. 1—Gehl Blower. PLOWS 1—2-16 John Deere. , 1—2.14 McCormick-DeerSng. 1—2*16 McCormick-Deering. 1—2-14 McCormick-Deering on rubber with slat bottoms — like new. LIHDS IMPLEMENT CO. Swea City. Iowa Phone 64 31 The Farmer's Market Place For Good, Used Farm Equipment at the Right Price At International Harvester TRACTORS 1951 Farmall M. first class shape. 1949 — Allis Chalmers 'C" with cult., very clean and in A-l condition S495 15-30 IHC tractor on steel, a good power plant $75 F-14, A-l. cast wheels, on rubber, with cult - -$HO LOADER Twlndvaulic Lo.nder to fit H M, A-l condition ! MISCELLANEOUS 1947 M-M No. 69 Combine motor and pickup (overhauled) - fS« 14" Gehl hamnwrrnlH f!z» Wards S 4 h.p. feed mixer ..SVSS Used Snappin' Turtle po-vw WKVO^ er 2Mi h.p. .-.JsiS 1 Pair New Idea Whtv* Hwfcs Sot- New Idea CMTipirker, te < % «f^ vert steel wheel pktesr *o robber. 5 Ft. Minnesota 1—Sioux Mounted plete with lank, pwmp —"i.,, drops - —~ £™ Ford 2-botUvia sjpl I** ! «P --—*»«» Tor* "OUv.gN.-~ 1— Near New 1* «- Dii* barrow --------1_15 ft, IHC disc-, A-J ciition. lilw «*w ---------- -— -~— ' CREAM SEPARATORS (!) Nix 4S IHC msasn truck 19S9 DSO Commercial at Phone SI To Serve Luncheon The regular monthly luncheon will be 'served at St. Cecelia's Academy hall Thursday, Auffus. 5. from 11:30 to 1:15. Chairladies this month are Mrs Walter Elbert and Mrs John Beck. ANTIQUE AUCTION TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10th and! 1th on Rock Road 4 miles SE of Titonka We have been ordered to sell piece by piece this fine 15 year collection of .Florence Reynolds. A complete close out. Red Block, Colored Hob Nail, China, Bisque, Bennington, Pattern Glass including Deer and Pine, Moon & Star, Michigan, Loop and Diamond. Colored Glass, Lamps, Cut Glass, Steins, Milk Glass, Carmel Slag, Cruets, Compotes, Carnival Glass, and hundreds of other fine pieces. Also Furniture, walnut tables, chairs, 2 piece walnut desk. If you are interested in fine antiques don't miss this sale. Sale starts each day at 12 noon until 5 P. M. - starting again at 7 P. M. until all is sold. POSITIVELY NO REPRODUCTIONS This is an outstanding collection, a rare opportunity for Collector and Dealer. This sale arranged and conducted by KINDRED and BURNETT AUCTION CO. 1910 Cottage Grove, Des Moines, Iowa Appraisers and Liquidators of Antiques and Estates McCLAIN AUCTIONEER Lunch served by Methodist Young Adult's Club Have Serviced at J & L MOTORS From lube job to engine tune-up . . . we're at your service! All work done by experl mechanics, using latest type scientific equipment. Before that trip, let J & L put your car in butter- smooth running condition I CHECK YOUR CAR! J & L MOTORS Diagonal Street Algona COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Girl Starts Hold Mo Am Guests theft- towwet m ;»w»r«9ssr# «* •** troop. * WflrtofiA. f*1«ij leader -in 'the Stag ****** awl the .Mi* Itn Mr* Wisttattgttt Mi* -3. fortnei leaders, Mrs Mar- «swnmittee Smith, Mrs Mrs with their . far thf r>*Tt*% '— ir.i lhft<5 ibf*® stfnl owt fey Bonnie #n<5 Mary Alice Rossiter. Sundf, Fay* Hantelman r£M« Nori»nd were in •- «f the entertainment and Barbara Halvewon. Kathryn Alt Judy Berkland were in «t the lunch. the courtesy were don Hantelman, Olaf XorJand, Larry Alt. Lloyd Sunde, Ltovd Berkland. Rueben Luedtke, Waller Peril, Kenneth Halverson. J. Wallace Smith, Herschal Harlman and E. A. Helland. Also present was Diane Helland. who plans to join the troop. Mr and Mrs John Light accompanied by their daughter and son in law Mr and Mrs Clyde Brooks of Iowa Falls attended the Wander-Light reunion held recently at West Union. In the late afternoon they drove to McGregor and on to Rochester, Minn, for the night. The following day they visited their daughter Faith Mansager and Mrs Harlan Eimers at Excelsior, suburb of Minneapolis, Minn. The W.S.C.S. will meet this Thursday afternoon at the Methodist church parlors with hostesses Mrs Ed Reimers, Mrs Jack Tieman, Mrs R. F. Laabs and Mrs Clifford Douglas. Hildreth Pellii was a business caller in Des Moines Friday of this past week. Ernest Rosseisen who has been a patient at a Rochester hospital, returned home Friday afternoon. Rev. H. L. Norheim and a group of young folks from St. John's Congregation at De attended the Deeper Life ference held at Mission Farms, Medicine Lake near Minneapolis this past week. Mis Robert Sewell and , son Ricky are visiting in the parental George M. Jorgenson home. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn and Mr and Mrs Gerhart Hantelman, Eunice and Paul attended services at Oelwein last Sunday honoring the Rev. Harry Deiter for his 25th year in the ministry. Following the services, the Hantelmans drove to Waterloo where they visited the lHarry Groethwahls, and the Bruhns drove to Amana, Iowa for a sight-seeing trip. Both parties returned to Fenton Monday evening. Mrs Ernest Votteler, Mrs Vincent Votteler and Mrs Ed Priebe were Friday afternoon guests of Mrs William Fischer. Mr and Mrs Rex Swanson of Whittemore were Tuesday even- ng visitors in the Don Steinber- ;er home. Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and girls and Mr and Mrs Frankin Mueller and boys were Friday evening callers in the Merle Voigt lome. . epew Con- To Asphalt 36 Fenton Blocks I • .. • L- '., i '. •" •—' • Major Street Improvement Is Underway Fenton—Work is well underway on a $40,000 street Improvement program in Fenton. Over three miles of town street will be asphaltotreated in a manner similar to that being used lor new country highway construction, by Everds Bros, of Estherville. Regrading, redirecting of the water and drainage flow, and installation of culverts and tile where necessary are included in the program. Work of blacktopping was expected to begin August 1. . The new street program will give Fenton the best streets in the town's history, and the finest of anv small town in the area. No "extra tax levy will be re-r quired to finance the project, which is being underwritten by bonds. The regular street levy contained in the regular budget, plus the state gasoline tax refund that is received, will pay off the costs over a period of years. Future upkeep, also, will be kept at a minimum, which will also be a saving. RayKyrilTo Leave Fenton Fenion — A major business change in Fenton was announced last week. Ray Kyhl, one of Fenton's leading business men, has sold his business interests and expects to move with his family to Alexandria, Minn, about Sept. 1. He has purchased a quarter section farm there, which he has rented out. The Kyhl Service Co., distributors of Phillips 66 products, has been sold to Don Steinberger who also has been the operator o. the Phillips 66 station in Fenton The DeKalb Corn Co. dealership which Mr Kyhl-has handled for a number of. years also/ /has been tur.ned over toHomerMatt hiesen, as announced elsewhen Cannon, and Jim Nichols. Mrs Dale Weisbrod is Counselor. •Attend Reunion The annual Light-Wander family reunion was recently held at the West Union fairgrounds, With 83 relatives present. •• • Oldest member was John G. Wander of Ossiart, and. the youngest was Kirri Martin, Oelwein. Present from this area were Mr and Mrs John Light, Mr and Mrs Philip Wander, Fenton; Mr and Mrs Carroll Wander and son Philip of Bloomington, 111. Carroll is a son of Mr and Mrs Phil Wander. The annual Sunday school picnic of St. John's Lutheran church of Depew was held Sunday at the Fenton park. There was a, large crowd in attendance. Miss Carrie Heiden of Duluth. Minn, is spending a two weeks vacation in the Waite home. Miss Heiden is a sister • of Mrs Ella Waite. Mr and Mrs Charles Voigt returned home Thursday evening of this past week after spending a week in Oklahoma City, Okla. -isiting relatives. Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber were n Minneapolis Sunday to Tuesday of this week, attending Our Own Hardware Convention. The Rev and Mrs C. C. Callahan spent this past week at their cottage at the Methodist camp I jrounds at Lake Okoboji, where hey attended the Bible Conference. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen of Algona were Sunday evening callers in the L. J. Weisbrod lome. Sandra Lee of Estherville spent his past week in the Kenneth •lalverson home. Mrs Freida Seims returned home Friday after spending the past three months with relatives in Germany. Mr arid Mrs Orna* Lenning of Clear Lake^ met her in Des Moines. Mrs Seims travel' ed by plane. . . ' ' .• • Mr and Mrs Pete Raeobs, Ellen and Billy have spent Hhe past tw6 weeks at Phoenix, Ariz. Friday afternoon guests in the Harold Carlson home near Ringsted were Mrs Joe Madden, Mrs Howard Boyer and daughter Rebecca Joan, Miss Adella Homann, Mrs Merle Plummer of Rosemead, Calif, and Mrs Cecil Langerman. Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe were Mr and Mrs Frank McFall, Mrs Herbert Weiske, Kent Richard and Paula, Mr and Mrs Wendall Rusch and Margo, and Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman and Terry. Lois Miller Is Shower Honoree Fenton—Lois Miller was honored at a miscellaneous shower Tuesday at the Methodist church parlors.' Decorations for. the occasion included a small replica of the Little Brown Church made by Mrs Willis Spear. Helen Fuhr was in charge of registering the guests. Assisting Lois with her gifts ,were Audra Kae Straley, Rose Mary Fuhr and Helen Fuhr.. Participating in the program were Patricia Lufkin, Carol Bier- 1 stedt, Norma Bleckwenn, Venita Eimers, Audra Kae Straley, Donna Berkland, Yvonne Arbogast, Lois Voigt, Mrs Paul Zumach and Mrs Arnold Hansen. . Hostesses were Mesdames Willis Spear, S. E. Straley, Clarence Underwood, Earl Lufkin, N. P. Nemitz, W. W. Jolley, Charles Newel, Gerhart Hantelman, Dale Weisbrod, Kenneth Halverson, Robert Anderson, Art Voigt, John Fuhr, Frank McFall, Frank Behne, Fred Brown, Lyle Weisbrod, Fred Mortenson, Don Weisbrod, John Theesfield, William 1 Hantelman, Marold "Schlei, Ed Schlel, Charles Voigt, Oliver Stoeber, Alfred Meyers and Clayton-Ditsworth. . . The Depew Fellowship circle will meet Thursday in the Fen; ton park for their annual picnic. This meeting is one Week earlier then usual. . Mr and Mrs Joe Madden visited with friends in Minneapolis, Monday to Thursday of this past , in the paper today. Ray has been a resident of Fenton since 1929, with the exception of the years he was away in military service. He is also a member of the town council. Shower Honors Miss Finnestad Fenton—Deloris Finnestad was honored at a miscellaneous shower Friday evening at St. John's Lutheran church parlors. Mrs Arlo Ranney was in charge of the program: LaVon Cody sang and lola Berkeland accompanied her at the piano. Rose Mary Fuhr gave a reading, Lois Finnestad and Gail Hantelman sang and Mrs Amos Finnestac and Mrs Arlo Ranney presented humorous skit. Mrs Ranney ad the story of Deloris' Life nd the program closed \yith two elections by a cornet trio, com- osed of Yvonne Arbogast, Sharn Eigler and Audra Kae Stra- ey. Baptism For 2 Fenton Infants Held Recently Fenton—Darlene Jean, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond Priebe, was baptized Sunday, July 25, at St. John's Lutheran church with the Rev. W. H. Friedrich officiating. Sponsors were Donald Priebe and Mrs Virgil Borchardt. Mr and Mrs Priebe entertained at dinner in honor of the occasion, the sponsors, and Mr and Mrs Carl Priebe and Mr and Mrs Ed Priebe. Maria Joyce, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs John Waite was baptized Sunday, August 1st. at St. John's Lutheran church. Rev W. H. Friedrich officiating at the service and sponsors were Mr and Mrs Arnold riantelman and Miss Carrie Heiden the latter of Duluth. Dr. and Mrs Waite entertained at dinner in honor of the occasion. The Time To Buy Coal IS NOW... Better Prices and Certain Delivery. We Are Still Taking Orders. If You Will Need Coal Don't Wait! CONTACT US FOR AERIAL CORN BORER SPRAYING. WE'VE GOT PLANES TO DO THE WORK Fenton Co-Op Elevator FENTON, IOWA Rose Mary Fuhr was in charge f the guest book, and Mrs Ferdnand Mueller and Mrs Frank ->eely assisted Deloris with her ifts. Hostesses were Mesdames, Amos Finnestad, John Finnestad, ,loyd Finnestad, Morris Finne- tad, Wayne Finnestad, Amer Cody, Lula Knudson, Webber Yager, Arlo Ranney, Lawrence Mueller, Frank Seely, Victor itruecker, Ferdinand Mueller, F. f. Mueller, Gene Vaudt, Clarence Johannsen, Art Kabrick, Her man Hintz and Art Kressin. A U GII SI SPECIAL _ SET OF 4[ Serving Trays Shower Honors Fenton—Mrs Gerald Voigt entertained at a shower-party in honor of Benora Mitchell Tuesday afternoon. Each of the guests came wearing a hat they had made from various kitchen utensils, and these were presented to Benora. Reception Held Fenton — A dinner and recep tion will be held at Blakjer Lutheran church Sunday in honor of Rev and Mrs Harlan Blockhus. Coming Events . Thursday—Aug. 5 — W.S.C.S. St. Luke's Ladies Aid; Depew Fellowship circle annual picnic at Fenton park. UDM Classified* Pay Dividend* Guests From Nebraska Mr and Mrs Alfred Berklanct of V/ahoo, Neb. visited with Fenton relatives Sunday to Thursday of this past week. Attend Anniversary A large number of folks from this vicinity attended the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Andrew Larson at Grove City, Minn., last Sunday. Among those in attendance were Mr and Mrs Art Voigt, Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt and Mark, Mr and Mrs Aerie Voigt and girls, William Voigt, Lois and Peggy, Mr and rtrs Clarence Menz and Anna tfae, Mr and Mrs Willard Menz, Vlr and Mrs Norman Larson, Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and girls and Mr and Mrs Derwood Voigt and David. Plan 80th Anniversary The local Methodist church will commemorate the 80th anniversary of its founding, Oct 17. Bishop Ensley will be preaching in the forenoon. The Historica committee will present the His torical Sketch and folks will be given an opportunity to bring 'remembrances' in the afternoon services. A special anniversarj committee was raised by the Of ficial Board for planning the en tire observance. At Youth Camp Youth from the Methodis church who are attending Cam Quest at Lake Okoboji this wee are Pamella Weisbrod, Jane Behne, Steven Stoeber, Adria Arbogast, Bruce Hartshorn, Fran' Buffet-Style • Ideal lerving sUe (10%*xl4%*) • Rigid metal, especially varnUhed for (tain resistance f Natural color pine branch pattern on wood design background p 9r (9 | of 4, Mr and »fo Howard Boyer and Rebecca Joan of Des Moines Were guests in the parental Joe Madden home Thursday evening to Sunday!" Mr aYid.Mtt James Malory of LuVerne were also, ^™y dinner guests in the Madden h °MrsW.W>-Jolley, Billy and Judy left Wednesday for a trip to the West Coast. The W.M.F. of Si. John'* eong- regation, Depew. met Thursday afternoon at-the church parlors with hostesses Mrs.Torger Naig and MrS Theo. Naig. The lesson was presented by Mrs Daie Long. ' SICKLE BAR Absorbs ground bumps and vibration Easiest cuffing for larger areas! CUTS THROUGH TALL GRASS, WEEDS, BRUSH, 1%' SAPLINGS Requires no pushing, just one hand.guides the seif-propilisd _l«rl Power Scythe ore* d>e roughest ground— u/elf. .Choice of 2V4* hp. model wtth Af o* Iff Floaliat sickle bar, and VA hp. «x>*» with 28" or 20' fcced sickle bae. Law* Mower, Snow-Thrower ao«l Sprayer attachment* *** 7e»r 'round M*. COME M WATCH W TR» If tOCBSElfl WEISBROD IMP. Fenton, Iowa TrJOMAS and PETERSEN FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa i Experienced „ Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service , Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence * Ringsted .100 100 A 21A 21B A Few Words of APPRECIATION.. I HAVE disposed of my Phillips 66 business to Don Steinberger, and given up my De Kalb franchise, and we intend to move soon to Minnesota. , I WANT to express my sincere thanks to the hundreds of friends and patrons who over the years have been good customers and also good friends. It is not easy to express the appreciation I feel for all of you, and all I can do is simply say "Thank You" from the bottom of my heart for your fine support. I ALSO want to express sincere thanks to the Phillips Petroleum Co. for the excellent cooperation they have given me during the years I have been their bulk distributor in the Fenton area, and to the DeKalb Seed Corn Co. for the same type of cooperation. Both are the highest quality products, and it was always a pleasure to handle them, knowing they were top notch. AGAIN, many thanks to you all. -'Ray Kyhl <r Fenton '^^wvKvvK <S/Zt Stoeber Hardware FENTON, IOWA OUR OuiN HARDUJARE NOTICE IW$ is to announce the appointment of Homer 0. MATTHIESEN FENTON, IOWA Phone 141 as on Authorized Dealer in this territory for DEKALB SEED CORN & DEKALB CHIX Your DeKalb Dealer is in your neighborhood to help you make more money from your Corn Growing and your poultry raising. Get acquainted with him — let him help you select? the right varieties of DeKalb Seed Corn and the proper crosses of DeKalb Chix for your farm,

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