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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 21

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MRS!. AftDETH HALVERSON * flew* Editor May 26,1955 Published By Ths Upper Get Molim Publishing Co., Algona, lown Mr IT*A» T *K A^ S£nwaiAfi ._y ; visitors in the'Karl Ipjne at Rockwell; .City. { Bible school will be? at'Str Joh'n's liutheran ly'wlll" cofttinue"to June ;.Wlll : begin/at 3:45. . Mr and Mrs . Alfred Meyers spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Dave Newe,!! at Mason City. The regular meeting of ihe Worker's Conference was held Monday evening. in the Roy Chrlschilles home. the building to HALF the time Build with RltCO UTILITY RAFTERS i J ; i i . i > ..i - . . ' . ' Summer Recreation Made for Fenton Area • , "Just about twice As strong as buildings erected the conventional, way!" So say farmer? about their Rilco-framed machine sheds, storage, building, barns. Rilco replaces old-fashioned rafters, braces, feosts. with 'glued laminated rafters continuous from foundation to roof ridge. .ThB "means greater resist- ance to wind and snow loads and 100% usable, post free interiors. Rilco Rafters go up much faster, because they are cut to exact lengths, drilled for hardware. No cutting or fitting needed. % Why not get ahead of the building , rush by talking to us soon about the • new Rilco buildings you negd£ HOMPSON YARDS A GOOD PLACE JO CO/ME • \ • : . , • QordoW Seribner Jr., Mgr. Picnic tell me how Rilco Rafters con be u»«l in: _ MACHINE SIIJDS p POULTRY HOUSES D BARNS D GRAIN STORAGE DUILDINGS Fenton — Plans are under way by the board of education of the Sentral Community sch6ol district to sponsor instrumental music lessons in all three of the Sentral schools. Mr Marlyn Bausman will be the instructor. Lessons will begin' the week' of May 30 and continue until July 30. In addition to the lessons, the city of Fenton and the Fenton Community club are arranging to have band concerts on Wednesday evenings 'at 8-p. m. to begin on June 8, in Fenton. Arrangements are also being made by civic groups in Lone Rock to sponsor band concerts preceedmg tne show on Thursday evenings in Lone Rock, ! Plans are also being made by the board'of education to sponsor transportation to the Whittemore swimming pool for swimming lessons. Students who will be eligible for the transportation will need to have been students in the Sentral schools last school year. Mr Duffy, the pool manager will announce a schedule as soon .as possible. .It is expected tha the pool will open the week of I June 6. Meetings .will be called ' in each school to set up schedules in the near, future. Friendly Neighbors The Friendly . Neighbor club met Thursday, May 12 at thr home of Mrs Ed Meyer with Mr Lena Luedtke assisting. Sixteen members answered roll call by giving a suggestion for family entertainment. Mrs W. E. Laage read several selections of poetry and a May basket' exchange was enjoyed. The next;meeting will be with Mrs Calvin Vaudt. Homemakers picnic in the Fenon park June 26 at 5:30 p. m. Vll Fenton Township Homemak'' rs and theii; families are invited. ndependence Mixers Thirteen members of the Independence Mixers Homemakers -lub met with Mrs Amer Cody, May 26, with Mrs Harry Barkve as co-hostess. . The Mixers will have their June picnic with the Farm Bureau- at the Independence Town* ship Hall on June 5 at 1 o'clock Each family is to bring a covered dish, dessert arid sandwiches and their own picnic dishes.-Cor fee will be furnished. , The pennies for Friendship col lection was 43c. A plant exchangi was conducted ,by Mrs Adolpn Hanson and Mrs Robert Kraus"e The library chairman, Mrs Rob ert Krause, had charge b£ th program. She gave an interestin book report on 'Beyond the Hun gry Country' by Louise A. Stine torf, author of White Witch Doc tor. Fenton Girl To Wed, July 10th Homemakers Meet • ifh'e 'Fenton Township Homemakers club met l^riday May 20 n the home of Mrs. Owen Berlow. Mrs Milford Mitchell was he assisting hostess. Roll call 'A house-cleaning short-cut' was an- swered'by twelve women. The lesson on Blockprinting was "given by Mrs Ed Bruhn. Mrs Ed Priebe was in charge of the 'entertainment. There will be a Judy Juhl Hostess . The Fenton Forward 4-H : cmo met Monday evening, May 16 m the home of Judy Juhl, Janet Theesfield and JoAnn Sunfle were chosen to sing in the courtly chorus at Rally Day, May 28 at Burt. Judy Voigt gave a talk on 'Aids for Personal BeaUty. In the be,tter grooming contest, Judy Voigt was judged' best groomed junior girl and Joyce Voigt was judged best groutuCw senior girl. Both art daughters of Mr and Mrs Paul Voigt. Graduation Parties Guests in tjie William Jentz home Sunday evening following baccalaureate services-were Mr and Mrs Melvin Norland and family, Mr and Mrs Olaf Norland and family, Mr and.Mrs. Gaylord Johnson and Mr andlvIrs'Georgt Jentz. Myrna and Martin Norlanc of Titonka were guests Tuesday evening following commence ment exercises. Following commencement ex- Mr and Mrs Emil Biersledt ol Fenton announce the engagement and approaching marriage on July 10 of their daughter, Carol Jane (above), to 'Mr James L. Meyer, son of Mr 1 and Mrs Fred Meyer of Algona. Mr Meyer is a graduate of Waldoyf college and is ai present working in the order de- I partment of the Standard Oil Co. I at Mason City. Miss Bierstedt is .iunior student at Waldorf col- ege majoring in. commerce. — 3 hoto by frown's Studio). WttKENU SPECIALS RISHIN0 GEAR arid '''.-. ••{*- PRICES GOOD THIS WEEK ONLY f L^fKRbre Glass ;Casting;Rod — 4 $1.79 J iablb. Nylon-Test Fishline 1—1_—— 75c , | Canvas Foldup Chairs, Reg. $4.50 $3.19 J One Gallon Fibreglass Insulated THERMOS JUGS Reg. $4 V 35 $2.98 Regular $1.98 Lightweight METAL LUNCH BASKETS ..:$1.49 And a Full Line of Camn Chests, Picnic Plates and Supplies, And Fishina Eguinment. EFFECTIVE SATURDAY, JUNE 4 1 , ; : J, And'For JThs Month Of, June - July - August This Bank Will CLOSE AT NOON ON SATURDAY FENTON OFFiCE FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK : • OF ARMSTRONG, IOWA FENTON, IOWA rcises Tuesday evening, Mr and VTrs Ralph Weisbrod entertained n honor of John Eigler's gractua- ion. Guests were Mr and Mrs Clarence Arbogast and Yvonne, Mrs Qlga Huska'mp, Mrs Sarah Weisbrod, Mrs Blanche Huskamp, VTvs Retta Eieler and Mr and Vlrs Qeorge Murphy. ; Mr and Mrs Art Cody enter- ained Friday evening fpllow- hg commencement exercises of ,he Cylinder high school for their daughter Iva. Guests were Mrs Palmer Cody, Mr and Mrs James Cody and son, Mrs John Cody, James Christiansen of Bode, Mr and Mrs Amer Cody, Mr and Mrs Melvin Cody and family, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Cody and family. Mr and Mrs Art Berkland and ^Margery, Mr and Mrs Ernest Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Bert Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Amos Berkland and lamily, Mr and Mrs Oscar Berkland and boys, Mr and Mrs Clarence Berkland and family, Mi and Mrs Melvin Berkland and «son and Mrs Andrew Berkland. "''Prol Sidney Ran'd oLWal.^ college gave the commencemen ,adrtrp.s.s, and. Re y,.Kruger. of. Fair.-, ville gave the invocation and also the benediction at the close. Guests m the Paul Eigler home Tuesday evening- following commencement, in honor of Snaron's graduati6n were Mrs John Kohlwes, Mrs Rita Eigler, Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius, attended the graduation exercises at Ririgsted Thursday evening. Their grandson, Francis Cornelius was a member of the eighth grade class. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland accompanied Mr and Mrs Truman Thompson of Cylinder to Wahoo, Nebr., Saturday for a visit with the Oscar and Alfred BerWand families. They returned home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Melyin Peterson and family of Esthe'rville were last Monday evening visitors in the Gerhard HarUelman home. Monday evening guests of Mrs Paul Eigler were Mrs Fredu Sierns, Mrs Paul Miller and Mrs John. Kohlwes. Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt and James Richard - of Ames are spending this week in their home ut Fenion. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halver son, Merle and Barbara, and Mi and Mrs Henry Wilberg and boys were Sunday visitors in the Omeal Nelson home at Humboldt Mr and Mrs Arnold Haller and family of Marble Rock were Weekend guests in the par*" i Morris Mitchell home. Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt am girls and Mr and Mrs Gerhard riantelman, Paul and Eunic were Sunday supper guests in the Dan Peterson home at Graetting- Mr and Mrs Gerald Meyer and son Steven of Takoma Park, Md., and Mr and Mrs Arnold Meyer and Melvin of near Algona wore Thursday evening, dinner guests in the M. P. Ne'mitz home. Mr and Mrs W. B. Schmidtke recently spent several days in the William Hantclman home. Sunday, the Hantelman family and Mr and Mrs Schmidtke were dinner guests in the Herman Glienke home at Alia. Mary Hantelman returned to Morristown with her grandparents for a visit. Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Mueller Sr., entertained Mr and Mrs William Jentz at dinner and theater at' Fairmont Monday evening. Join couples were observing their wedding anniversary. Lou Hantelman of Plato, Sash, Canada, was one of seven to be awarded an honorary doctor, of law degree from the University chandise to make room for the carpenters to %'irk.' . New shelves will be installed in an Arrangement to give more room and for better conveniences AnotVer refrigeration unit will also bo added in the grocery department. The work will bo done by the Hantclman building crew. to both the clerics and the cus- WANT BRING RESULTS DAIRY SWEET BONUS BARGAIN This Coupon Worth 14c on Quart, or IScon 1/2 Gallon of DAIRY SWEET Reg. Qt. Price 54c - with this Coupon 40c Reg !/2 Gal 88c - with this Coupon 70c JUST PRESENT THIS COUPON GOOD ANYTIME Zumach's FENTON, IOWA of Sash on May 13. He is a son of the late Dan Hantelman of Fenton. Memorial Day Program For Fenton Planned . -A • FR.wn>r\ . . .\Q .. for Memorial 'Day in Fenton has been announced, to begin at 9:30 a.m. May 30. ' A parade will form at the Community Center at 9:30 a.m. and will proceed to the city park. The parade order will include the col- wes, ivAis iviLa £ji£ici, IVAI aiiw *»** a i puraue oraer wm iiiuinut: tiiu UUA- George Murphy, Mr and Mrs Ar- | ors and color Guard, firing squad, lin iCohlwes and family, Mr and rtirl'i-irniiits."Hnv Spouts ana Cub GET IT NOW! CAN YOU GUESS WEIGHTS? How much weight on the end of the line in our store? The glass rod goes Free to closest guess. We.ght determined night of June 7. •' , . Stoeber ( ' FENTON, IOWA llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH'"""" ll " l """ ll ""' l> " llllllllllllll| l"lllll"""'l"lll""""""""""" > FENTON BUSINESS AND PRQFiSSIQNAL DIRECTORY GENERAL N<; SMITH WEIS8ROD Implement Company JOHN W**E OiMii Bu>. Phone 3 R«* PH?n« 69 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE fgr Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. . DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa* HANTI-IMAN'S GARAGE Auto $ Traster Repair* FENTON, IA. food Good Coffee HOME CAFE 2,4-D BUTYL ESTER WEED KILLER No. 400 CONTAINS 4 POUNDS, 2,4-D ACID PER GALLON ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Butyl 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetate* INERT INGREDIENTS 100% *2,4-D Dichlorophenoxyesetis acid equivalent ,-,.,47% GENERAL INFORMATION: Our 2,4-D Ester Weed Killer is an emulsifiable oil solution which forms a milky emulsion when mixed with water. The ester forms of 2,4-D acid are generally eifecl\ve for weed control under more unusual conditions, such » very dry or very wet weather, and on hard to kill perennials and certain woody plants. Fenton Co-Op, Elevator "Where You Trade With Yourself" I.I!!. VIrs Holland Brownell. and Roger Dreyer. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Laabs of \yrshire and Mrs R. F. Laabs oi fenton and. James Harms of Burt vere guests in the' Fred Mortenson home following commencement Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Ray Pnebc cntcr- :ained following commencement exercises Tuesday evening in nonnr of Donald's graduation, Mr and Mrs C. W. Priebe, Mr and Mrs Art Priobe and family, Mr and Mrs Merlon Larsen anu family and Mrs Virgil Borchardt. Guests Sunday evening in the Clarence Bierstedt home following baccalaureate services were Mr and Mrs F. F. Mueller, Mr and Mrs Alfred Bell and Paul, Mr and .virs Ferdinand Bierstedt, Mr and Mrs Art Kressin and Mike and iviaynard, Mrs Ed Kressin and Orlwin, Mr and Mrs Uarrel Dreyer and Lee and Mr and Mrs Chris Baumann of Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Ed Priebe and Mr and Mrs Carl .Priebe, and Judith ana Joyce Berk land attended the wedding of JoAnn Schadendorf to Kenneth Fischer at St. John's Lutheran church at Burt Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs John Gramenz were Sunday guesls in the Hay Tietz home at Spirit Lake. They also attended church services al the Lutheran church at Spirit Lake, where Alan Raymond, in- , f'ant son of Mr and Mrs Tietz was ' baptised. Sponsors were Mr ana Mrs Holland Watson of Poeahon- tas and Ortwin Tietz. Mr and Mrs Paul piglet and girls were Sunday dinner guests in the Ray Priebe home in honor of Donald's birthday. Ray Cornelius, son of Mr <md Mrs Paul Cornelius, has been pro- mott-d to the rank of sargeant. | He has been stationed for the t past eight months in Japan. j Mr and Mrs Ed Uihof entertained on Friday evening, June; 13 in honor of Diane's third birthday, Mr ana Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joanne. Mr and Mrs Glenn Flint and Robin, Mr and Mrs Ray Uthoi and Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius. Vacation Bible school will ba- ;in Tuesday, May 31 at the Blak- jW Lutheran church. Teachers will be LeAnn Olson, seniors: Dorothy Oftedahl, juniors; and Kathryn Johannesen, primary. The Mark circle of the W5C& will meet this Thursday in tnc i'enton park with Mrs Wilfred Stoeber an'd Mrs Gene Mansage'r as hostesses. Mrs Ervin Frink won the cash -.(rawing of $30 Saturday night -it Fenton. The amount to be given awuy this Saturday evening Girl Scou'ts,"Boy Scouts ana Cub Scouts. Rev. C. C. Callahan will deliver the invocation. This will be followed by the laying of the symbolic wreaths for the, honored dead.of all wars. Miss Nancy Weiner will give a reading. • • • The Memorial Day address will be delivered by Attorney John Carroll of Algona. Music by Miss Yvonne Borchardt and Miss Alvina Miller, the benediction by Rev, Callahan, and salute by the firing squad will follow, while Brian Mortdn- sen will play Taps, The parade will then reform and return to the Community Center. In case of rain the program will be held inside the Community Center. Bailey's Store To Remodel Fenton — Mr and Mrs Join Bailey at Fenton arc planning t remodel their store in the ver near future. This week and nex they are "having a sale to reduc the present stock of general DILM .''.-.. '•'.'• : 1-1952 Jo,hn Dpere Nb. 116 W Baler. 1^1946 John ;Deere "G" Tractor With Starter Lightsj & Power Troll. 1-1952 46 ft. John Deere Portable Elevator with Truclc Hopper, PTC* Drive & } 2 ft. Spouts. 1 _^1944 Joh^ Deere "AV Tractor With Power Lift, Good Shape. • V-?9.50..Allis,Ch?lmers Model C Tractor With 2-Row Cuitivqtbr. PLYMOUTH BALER TWINE $9.00 PER BALE Sidedressing for corn? ' \ Increase Yield & Profits. 37% Nitrogen Solution Can Be Applied Quickly & Economically. We furnish Applicator - You Do The Work - But PLACE ORDERS NOW. 12c PER LB. for PURE NiTRQGEN Weisbrod Implement FENTON CONTINUES The Carpenters Have Been Delayed A Week . . . OUR SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE TO REDUCE STOCK WILL CONTINUE THROUGH NEXT WEiK PRICtS SLASHED BARGAINS GALORE - COME IN - SEE FOR YOURSELF BAILEY'S i» FENTON

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