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November 30, 1954

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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', ' j <-«••}'? cUAIfifina (fo.) Upper Des Moine* Tuesday, November 30, 1954 Fenton Man, 33, Dies At Elmore Fenlon — LuWaytie Lenford Woodwick passfed away at his home In Elmore, Nov. 14, of a heart attack. He was 33 years old. He leaves to mourn his passing his wife Ariel and son Dennis. His brothers, James of Ringsted; Henry of Rake; Willis in Korea; and Leonard, and also . his mother of Fenton. Burial was at Rake, loWa, near the grave of his father, who passed away Oct* 19, 1953. Relatives from a distance were , Mr and Mrs Eli Chilson of Hastings, Minn.; Mrs B. J. Fredberg of Minneapolis; Mr and Mrs Earl Wegener of Guckeen, Mrs Frank Rowe of Joyce; Mr and Mrs Elliot SailoB of Blue Earth and Mr and Mrs Percy Bassett of Lake Mills. Newlyweds Are Honored Guests Fenton—Members of the Han-, telrhan building crew honored Mr and Mrs E. Hiatt and Mr and Mrs Howard Bruhn, Friday evening, Nov. 19. The party was held at the Hiatt home, and both couples, who were recently married, were presented with a gift from the group. Those present besides the honored guests were . f - Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman, Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family, Mr and' Mrs Martin Ohm, Mr and Mrs Art Mueller, Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller, Mr and Mrs Ervin Krause, Mr and Mrs Art Hengel and Bill Bruhn, Those unable to attend were Mr and Mr Earl Dean, John Haack and Sylvester Schott. Picture Contest At Krause Store Folks of Fenton and vicinity will have another opportunity to enter their' children in a Photo Contest in which, a total of $500 in cash prizes is given. This is a contest to be held at the local A. H. Krause store, Wednesday, Dec. 8. A photographer who specializes in children's pictures will be here to take pictures from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. that day. Children up to 13 years of age may enter the contest. Details will be found elsewhere in-the Fenton section today. On U. S. Carrier Robert, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Metzger, has written home that he expects to be sent' out to sea in January on the carrier, Shangri La, on a world tour. He is now stationed in the navy at Bremerton, Wash. 'His present address is: A. A. 324-63-98, U.S.S. Shangri La - CVA-38, Baks 520, Bremerton, Wash. The driver who speeds along at 85 is literally killing time. Fenton News Mr J. Ray Larson of Des Molnes and Dr. Gerbracht of Sommers have been recent guests in the Dr. Waite home. They have enjoyed pheasant hunting. Mr and Mrs William Haase and family were Friday evening dinner guests in the Fred Mortenson home. Mr and Mrs Donald Void of Lake Mills and Audra Kae Straley of Albert Lea, Minn, were Thanksgiving Day guests in the parental S. E. Slrnley home. Mr and Mrs William Hanlel- man and family spent Thanksgiving in the Rev. B. Meschke home at Norfolk, Neb. . Mr and Mrs Don Sleinberger and boys were Thanksgiving Day guests in the parental John Carrol home at West Point, Neb. Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr and Mrs Arlo Ranney and, Mrs Bettie Ranney were Mr and Mrs W. A. Reimers and family of Spencer, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Lee and Debbie of Algona, Mr and Mrs Jack Gerhart and family and Mrs Emma Reimers. Thanksgiving Day guesis in ihe R. F Laabs home were Mr and Mrs Wilfred Leans and family of Ayrshire, Mr and Mrs Virgil Wolf and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Fred Mortenson and family. Mr and Mrs Delond Bolle and family and Arnold Laabs Went to Calvin, N. p. Wednesday where they will visit for two weeks in the Howard Renfrew home. A Thanksgiving dinner was observed last Sunday in the Paul Eigler home. Guests were Mr and Mrs John Kohlwes, Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohlwes and family, Mr and Mrs E. Kohlwes and family of Austin, Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and family, Mr and Mrs Darrol Dreyer and family, Janice Jentz and Bernice'Potratz. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller and Ruth, Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs and Larry, Mr and Mrs Gerald Ricks, Marvin and Doris were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mrs Heiko Adams at Buffalo' Center. Thanksgiving Day dinner guesis in the J. Wallace Smith home were Mr and Mrs O. H. Stoeber, Steven, Susan and William, 'the latter of Arries, Mr and Mrs R. W. Stoeber, and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber, Jan and Wayne. The occasion was also in honor of Chan's first birthday. Mr and Mrs Marlin Wegener were last Sunday evening, dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager. Mr and Mrs Fred Mortenson, Carl Mortenson, Mrs Alfred Nelson, and Mrs Nora Mortenson of Ringsted attended funeral services for Mrs Mary Duncan held Tuesday afternoon at Fairmont. The deceased is an aunt pf Fred and Carl. A group of ihe Youth Division went to Fort Dodge Sunday, Nov. 21 where they held a Vesper Service at Friendly Haven. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Wailand and children of Fort Riley, Kan. were Die A. Johannesen, County Pioneer, Died Nov. 24 Saturday afternoon callers in the Don 'Steinberger home. Mrs Merle Volgt enierfained last Wednesday afternoon in hort or of her mother Mrs Gerhart Hantelman, who was observing her birthday. Guests were Mesdames M. .Hantelman, Ed Bruhn, Kenneth Halverson, Freda Siems, William Hantelmart and Franklin Mueller. Mrs Eddie Silrum, Linda and Keith of Minneapolis were guests in the parental Morris Mitchell home Thursday evening to Sunday. On Friday evening, Mrs Silrum and children, the Morris Mitchells and Dale Mitchell were dinner guests in the Albert Mitchell home. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller and Ruth were Sunday visitors in, the home of Mrs Heiko Adams at Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Merle Nelson and family of Rockford, la. were last Sunday dinner guests in the Frank Behne home. Mrs Nelson is a sister of Mrs Behne. Coming Events Wednesday, Dec. 1—St. John's Aid. >• Friday, Dec. 3—Fenton Township Homemakers. Tuesday, Dec. 7—P.T.A. , Wednesday, Dec. 8—St. Luke's Circle. Thursday, Dec. 9—Depew Fellowship Circle's Matthew Circle. Friday, Dec.\ 10—Legion Aux-' iliary. Brenda Thilges Is 4-H Hostess The November meeting of the Irvington Ideals was held at the home of Brenda Thilges. ' After roll call, talks were given by Wilma Brown and Bonnie Froehlich, followe'd by a lesson on textile painting. Names were drawn for the Christmas party, and it was decided the gifts should be sewn or made by the members. Mrs Simons and Mrs Brown were guests and Patty Priebe became a new member. 77th Mr and Mrs Walter Shriner, who've probably been married longer than any other Iowa couple, recently observed their 77th wedding anniversary. They are residents of Salem. ' VOTES Mrs Estina Ivey, of Mapleton, observed her 100th birthday with a trip, to the polls to cast her ballot in the general election. - Seneca—Ole A. Johannesen, 90, one of the old pioneers of Kossuth County, passed away at his farm home west of Bancroft Wednesday evehng, Nov. 24. Fu'neral services were'held at the Blakjer Lutheran church near Seneca, Saturday afternoon, with the Rev. Harlan BJockhus, officiating. . • Special music Was presented by Mrs Joseph Presthus who sang, "Asleep in' Jesus," "Going Down The Valley" and "Behold The Host". Mrs Harlan Blockhus was the accompanist. Casketbearers were grandsons of the deceased, Robert Wilberg, Dick Looft, Duane Johannesen, Morris Johannesen, Harold Presthus and Joe Presthus. Interment was in the Blakjer 'cemetery. Ole Andrew Johannesen, son of Mr and Mrs Johannes'Larsen, was born in Oiestrand, Flokkef- jord, Norway, on Sept. 24, 1864. He passed away at his farm home west of Bancroft, Wednesday evening, Nov. 24, 1954 at the age of 90 years and 2 months. Preceding him in death was his wife, who passed away on Nov. 2, 1953, one daughter Tale in infancy "and another daughter Olga in 1935, also his parents, 5 brothers and one sister. He came to America on March 15, 1886 and settled in Kossuth County. He returned to Norway six years later where he was united in marriage with Severine Katherine Sibionson on Feb. 14, 1892. He brought his bride to America that March, and established their home on the farm in Kossuth County where he has lived these sixty nine years. To this union* were born 10 children, eight of whom survive. They are Mrs Christina Vahldieck of Ringsted, Mrs. Anna Presthus .of Algona, Mrs Eda Wilberg and Mrs Cena Looft, both of Fenton, John and Lawrence, both of Lone Rock, Fred of Bancroft and Tilda at home. He is also survived by 26 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. He was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith and has been an active and faithful member of the Lutheran Church his entire life. He had "a keen interest in Missions.ancfsupported two native workers in Madagascar for the past 15 years. He suffered a stroke on Dec. 11, 1952 and a second stroke on Jan. 31, 1953 from which he never fully recovered. On Wednesday afternoon his condition became serious and he died in his sleep at 6 o'clock that evening. Martin Wilberg returned home from the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville last Wednesday after having submitted to sur. preceding-week. .. UDM Want Ads Pay Dividend! CLEARANCE SALE ON NEW REFRIGERATION } KT/2 Ft. Refrigerator $315.00 • 19 Ft. Upright Freezer $440.00 I 14 Ft. Upright Freezer $330.00 J^9 Ft. Upright Freezer $245.00 20 Ft. EQUIPMENT 1949 Ford tractor in perfect condition $745.00 Angle dozer blade for Ford tractor complete with mounting brackets $75.00 Belt pulley attachment for Ford tractor $27.50 Set of heavy duty chains for Ford tractor $27.50 Dearborn post hole digger for Ford tractor, near neyv $195.00 First Grade New Holland and International Baler Twine $8.75 per bale Chest Freezer $425 00 Buy Now & Save! See These In Our Showroom At Lone Rock KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT CO. "YOUR INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER DEALER" LONi ROCK ': », ..J K ")', , i \ * , i - %j ' . * / * Complete Closing Out To be held at the farm located 5 miles north and 1 mile east or 1 mile west and 1 mile south of Seneca. Fenton or 5 miles east and 1 mile south of Ringsted MONDAY. DEC. 6 Sale Starts At 1:00 P. M. Zumach's Lunch Wagon 'on Grounds MACHINERY 1951— McCormick Deering H tractor- super power kit 1941— McCormick Deering M tractor- latest power kit McCormick Deering 2ME corn picker—3 yrs. McCormick Deering 438 cultivator—2 yrs. McCor^mick Deering 3-14 in. Chief plow 1 yr. Case 2-14 inch plow . Case side rake New Idea No. 20-7 foot mower Kelly Ryan 40 foot elevator Farmer's Friend PTO speed jack John Deere overhead wagon hoist John Deere 290 corn planter John Deere 15 foot disc John Deere 12 foot spring tooth harrow — 3 yrs. John Deere 8 foot grain binder 15 foot land roller , v John Deere model H manure spreader — 3 yrs. Lindsay 20 foot lever flexible harrow Humboldt manure loader with snow bucket fits M or H tractor Ford Dearborn 4 wheeled trailer Electric Wheel 4 wheeled trailer .-...'-.,, .,,.;.,,.;....„., < 4 ,,,-«rl* „••! \-.-H~-J ,..,v Horn wagon box Wooden flare box 2-wheel flat bed trailer 8x14 tilt top Champion 10 foot fertilizer spreader ' » ' Gehl power take off No. 40 hammermill » on trailer Gehl field cutter .with motor Gehl blower with 50 foot of pipe W. C. Allis Chalmers tractor 350 BALES OF RED CLOVER & ALFALFA HAY — 550 BALES STRAW MISCELLANEOUS 1—30 bushel Pax hog feeder 2—8x16 hog houses 1—A type hog house Air compressor Assorted farm tools 1—15 bushel Pax hog feeder 14 foot feed bunk 16 foot feed bunk 2x2x8 water tank with hog waterer 2x3x10 water tank with hog waterer Some Household Goods JOHN THEESFIELD \ Will sell the following described livestock HEAD OF HOLSTEIN CATTLE 4—Cows now milking 1—first calf heifer, just fresh 1—Springing heifer 3—Yearling heifers 3—Calves 1—Bull, 1 year old TERMS: Cash-No property to be removed until settled for or arrangements made with the clerk. Not responsible in case of accidents. LLOYD BERKLAND and IYLE BENSEN, Auctioneers ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^w^ ^m v^^m mm IB w^f^ FIRST TRUST and SAVINGS BANK, Fenten, Clark

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