The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1955 · Page 40
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1955
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4-Algflno (la.) Upper Dei Moinsj Thursday, Sspf. LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft Moderneite Club Met The Modernetto Club met last Wednesday at the Raymond Bierlc home with 14 members present. Mrs Willarri Thompson had charge of the entertainment. Birthday Honors Mrs Roy Jensen entertained in honor of Tena Jensen's birthday Saturday afternoon. Guests were Mis Fved Dransfeldt. Mrs Albert Etebccker, Mrs James Murphy, Mrs Russell Jensen, Mrs Roger Jensen, Mrs Frank Flaig and Mrs W. J. Cotton. P.W.O. Circles Meet The Lone Rock P.W.O. Circles will meet Thursday. Sept. 22, at the following homes: Eleanor with Mrs Marlyn Bausman and Mrs Emil Person assisting. Lesson will be given by Mrs Dennis Priebc. Dorothy with Mrs Fred Schultz and Mrs Hulda Schultx assisting. Mis C. E. Nordine will give the lesson. Lucille with Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom and Mrs Selma Hammerstrom assisting with lesson by Mrs Herman Kramer. Students Leave Mr and Mrs A. A. Kucger and Kcrmct drove Janet to DCS Moines on Sunday, where she entered nurses training at Broad- iawns hospital. Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn took Barbara to Ames Tuesday where she entered Iowa State Teachers College. Diane Hovey has entered nurses training at Deaconess hospital at Marshalltown. Bonnie Black is attending State Teachers College at Cedar Falls and Leon Marlow is attending the University of South Dakota at. Vermillion. Mr and Mrs Blaine Saxton and family were guests Sunday for dinner at the Paul Saxton home in Ringsted. Mrs Martha Rath spent Thursday visiting her daughter, Mrs Emma Hurlburt and Mrs Dale Schroeder. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder entertained for Sunday dinner, Mrs Emma Hurlburt and girls anri Merwin, Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and family, Mrs Martha Rath. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath and John, Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and family. Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and Connie, Mr and Mrs Raymond Uthof and Rodney Lc?, Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser and Mrs Hattie Shaser, and Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris, the latter of Algona. Mrs Rose Rahmstock of Lakota is spending some time with her daughter and family, the Wilford Radigs. Mrs Rahmstock recently cracked several ribs. Mr and Mrs Joe Geratc, Mr and Mrs Fred Miller and family of Spring Valley, 111. were Thursday dinner guests at the Henry Sehroedc-r home. All Krucger drove to D'.'s Moines Friday and Janet returned home for the weekend. Dinner and supper guests Sunday at the Krueger home were Mr and Mrs Robert Bates and family of Dts Monies; Mrs Pauline Me- Guire of Algona: Norma Bierle, Mr and Mr.- E. A. Lc-e and family, Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson and family and Mrs Wm. Christenson. Janet returnul to DCS Moines Sunday with the Bates family. Mr and Ml'-' C. E. Householder were Saturday dinner guests at the Emil Person home. Mr and Mr.-, Lavem" Haiiimi-r- stroin, Dean and Kill, en nf Ware were Sunday dinner guests at tin.- Ralph H'lmmiTstrom home. Mr ;,nd Mrs Ray Xvviefel and family <-! Fciiton were aiU'rnoon Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomsc n vi>n< d Mr- H.-.rlan Blanchard ami Ralph Thompson at the Holy Fair.iiy i;,,.,pital at Estht-rville Sunday. and f airily \vere g\n.--ts Friday e.VLi;:n:', at t.' : e Khner Frank home in City. -Mr :,i,.i Mi> Men*,n Hauck. Mabel H ;iir-K ann Nina Price, all of CV-ii;.: K,,ll.-, \v<•!•!_• i;u<-.-t.- Sunday at !>:•• U.T. Haurk home. Mr air: Mr- Kdwin Wuhien- daul and n.n'.ily calkd Sunday c-v.-nint: ;,> ti:i Renriie Wet/-.'-! ll'.ll;!.- J|) AlgOliu. M. am.i Mr- Uvri^i-'l O'Di'nne! 1 , r-iik'l «,!• Mr.- Hi.rlan K^iM-hard Wednesday afternoon at the Everett Hanna home. Mrs Walter Hanna of Nora Springs spent Wednesday with Mrs Everett Hanna while Mi- Walter Hanna attended a Standard Oil meeting in Algona. Mr and Mrs Melvin Kucck and Cynthia of Des Moines spent the weekend at the Don Miller home in LuVerne and also visited at the Henry Kueck home. Monday Mrs Kueck and Cynthia left for Fairmont to visit her mother, Mrs Fred Gcllert for the xyeek. Mr and Mrs Frederick Schultz and Dawn spent the weekend in Marshall, Minn, visiting Mrs Dora Schultz. Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine, Mr and Mrs P. M. Chrislcnson and Mr C. E. Householder attended the missionary festival at Lcd- yard Sunday afternoon. Rev. Nordine was a guest speaker. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gei- txenauer and family, and Mr ana Mrs Dclbert Geitzenaucr of Fenton were supper guests Sunday evening at the C. J. Stauder home in Bancroft. Mr James Bolster of Clinton, la., uncle of Mrs Lawrence Geitzenauer, is visiting here. Mr and Mrs Marlyn Bailsman, Bob and Dell Marlow were guests for dinner Sunday at the Jim Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Jessie Blanchard Jr. and family, Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mrs Hulda Schult?. were dinner guests Sunday at the Alfred Schultz home in Oltosen. Ralph Thompson has been a patient at Holy Family hospital at Estiiervillc since Friday. Mrs Harold Angus, Mrs Gerald Angus, Mr and Mrs Claude Whitehill spent Sunday at Blue Earth, at the Howard Smith home. Mr and Mrs Sieb Behrends and Ilia Mae attended a shower Sunday afternoon at Esthervillc honoring Mrs Roy Roberts at the Russell Bergeson home. She is the former Lorane Bergeson. Mr and Mrs Jim Ackerson were dinner guests Saturday at the Alex Krueger home. Mr and Mrs Then. Krueger of Fairmont, Minn, were afternoon callers. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Jim Long. Mrs Lawrence Newbrough and Janell also called at the ts.ruegei home. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and family, Mr and Mrs Alfred Muir were Sunday dinner and afternoon guests at the Merlyn Bailsman home. Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton attended the Shierk and Mathcs wedding Thursday afternoon at the Presbyterian church in Algona. Mrs Clara Marlow of Burl and Mrs Erich Seegebarth were Thursday evening dinner guests at the Richard Bristow home in Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs C. E. Householder and Mrs Ralph Riedel u[ Ringsted spent Thursday in Spirit Lake at the Odis Engling home. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig and Mrs Rose Kraft spent Wednesday afternoon at the Spencer Fair. Mr and Mrs Frank Epley of Nacornas, 111.; Mr and Mrs Milton Hahonenkamp of Pana, 111. spent the weekend at the Lawrence GcitzenaucT and C. J. Stauder homes. Mr and Mrs Harvey Coats and Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson of Wesley spent Thursday evening at the Geoo-gc B. Long. Mr and Mrs Joe Her!/, and Roy of Rolfe visited Sunday at the Floyd Salisbury home. The first meeting of the P.T.A. will be Monday evening, Sept. 2(i. Next Sunday, Sept. 24, Rally Day will be observed at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church with services beginning at 10 a.m. First fall family night services will be held in the evening with special vociil and instrumental numbers. Ihe club will be held Wednesday, Oct. 12, at the home of Mrs John Struecker with Mrs Henry Looft as co-hostess. Tho special feature of the afternoon was a discussion on "Safety on the Farm and in the Farm Home", and was presented by Mrs Looft. Seneca Sparklers Meet The Seneca Sparklers 4-II club held their August meeting August 31. Carol Johannesen gave a talk and Lois Wilberg and Marilyn Johannesen gave ;* demonstration. Guests included the mothers of the club members. Refreshments were served by Lois Wilberg, Marilyn and Carol Johannesen, Janet Geilenfeld and Carol Hanish. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg and family, Mr and Mrs Henry Looft and David, Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen and family and Mr and Mrs John Johannesen and Ronnie, Bob Wilberg, also Mr and Mrs Marvin Wilberg of Esthervillc; Mrs Bertha Pommer, Mrs Hans Presthus and Mr and Mrs Joseph Presthus and Jolcen all of Algona; and Mr and Mrs Roy Merchant and children of Lone Rock, enjoyed a family get-together and picnic at High Lake. Sunday, honoring Mr and Mrs Harry Vahldieck on their birthdays. Mrs Vahldieck's birthday was on that day while Harry will observe his on Oct. 6. Jerry Wilberg, son of Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg went to DCS Moines Wednesday, where he enlisted in the Navy. Mr and Mrs George Britt and three children of Collins Center, New York, also Mrs George Kuhlman of Gowande, New York were last Friday visitors at the Everett William home. Mr and Mrs Joe Bcsch, Kathy, Jerry and Mark of Whittemore were recent guests at the Everett Witham home. The Seneca W.M.F. elected Mrs Fred Jensen and Mrs Ole Oftc- clahl as delegates to the Estherville Circuit W.M.F. convention at Lost Island in October. Rev. Bloekhus had charge of devotions. The lesson was presented by Mrs Henry Wilbc(rg'. Mrs Curtis Olscn presented a skit on Christian Nurture. The young people of the Blak- jer Congregation will take part in the regular morning worship service Sunday morning, Sept. 25 at 11 o'clock. Kathryn Johannesen will report on the International Luther League Convention held in San Francisco; David Looft will report on a leadership training school and Judy Bratrud will tell about Bible Camp at Ingham Lake. U. S. Bond Sales In County Drop Savings bonds purchasers in Iowa invested $12,722,724 in bonds during the month of Aug., running the total for the year to $126,186,518 for 78 percent of the 1955 quota. August also marked the eighth consecutive month sales in the state have eclipsed the 12 million dollar mark. Sales of bonds in Kossuth County dropped to $92,103 during the period, according to chairman Herman Studer, and left lh<3 county with 39 percent of its quota to go before December 31. The national quota reached 68 percent. Total sales of savings bonds, and percentage of quotas atttain- ed at the end of eight months in adjacent counties look like this. Emmet, $708,035, 66 percent; Hancock, $800,802, 77 percent; Humboldt, $849,280, 8fi percent; Palo Farm Bureau Of Seneca Elects Year's Officers Seneca—The Senec-a Township Farm I3unviu Women held their organixation ti-a at the home of Mrs Claude Johnson Friday afternoon witli Mrs Roy Jensen and Lylc England as a Mrs Ted Jensen, i-hainnan, reported on the eounty committee n;c>(>tinj4. The election of dfliccrs resulted in Mrs Ted Jensen beiiiK re- i_-l,t'fted as cliairman, Mrs Earl Crouch, vice fhaimian; Mrs Henry Looft, jiublicity chairman and Mrs Everett William as M-CTO- tary and ti •,'asui:cr.. of the Mrotip. An-a i-hainnen appointed included Mrs Martin Wilber«, Mrs John Johanne.-cn, Mrs Siebold Bchrends, ;,nd Miss Bertha Olsen. Tile next regular mei'tin.L; of TO LET US LOOK OVER YOUR OIL BURNING FURNACE - CALL NOW AND WE WILL GET IT READY FOR WINTER'S ICY BLASTS. $5 Early Check Up Special • Install New Oil Filter Cartridge. « Clean and Check Ignition Points & Burner Nozzle. • Check Oil Line For Leaks. • Oil and Check Blov/er On Furnace. » Oil All Motors. • Inspect Belts and Air Filters. • Set Air For Correct Flame. CALL 109 FOR SERVICE FENTON, IOWA (36-37) o) CONDENSED STATEMENT First Trust and Savings Bank ARMSTRONG and FENTON September 7, 1955 ASSETS- Cash and Bank Accounts $ 631,742.06 U. S. Bonds 665,771.38 Municipal Bonds & Warrants 30,852.59 Loans and Mortgages 1,408,724.12 Banking House and Fixtures 7,697.22 o TOTAL ASSETS $2,744,787.37 LIABILITIES- Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplus 75,000.00 Undivided profits 133,321.26 Deposits 2,486,466.11 TOTAL LIABILITIES $2,744,787.37 Member of The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation till! Rvilpi. T> Vilk- K..p.!;,! M.- anil Mr, Howard Bicr-tedt an-J i;;::.:l'. ,,iui nei pan-hl.-., llu- Ai!;.-c! Mi,-i - ,,! S;u-rL<n..-nlo. Cal. \VI'1V .-Upper liUe.-!.- 'J' Ue.-'.i :.,y l-Ve J: ;n.^ ;',( I',- He:!:. P,e! klail'd j !:•'!!-• il. r 'i I.!:!: \\'i ,|e tl.rj,. ! the v ;,:. o ,.-v, i, ,-,-.;, - ,M:.. H;.;- ' ei : Jii :>.:„!..; :.,:i.:ly ,.-! .\\':,:tt ier. | Bii :.-!e'ii e!,|.-i lami.".i ti.,- Fe : .:i- ! in;.ii'i I):, i,.;..,i;.- (•,. -ui-p . ; T! Li.,•.;..•. ': . , v., le -1,1, ;,. , _ul-!- ! a! !.' <• Ol.i! Iv.i i : ..'n(- Hi j 'M. i.i.'-i M: All !'. : -i, ;.,i,d j ul M.-M,.- Ru :..,;d'.- :.;il! a. = '. v, en- Mi ;.ii-.j Mi.- .MeiK- Hu-l:.,i'i: and Ralp;;. M; ai.d Mi'- Kei:.'j.-tii Richaid;. ,-,nd Bill;.. M: an.i ML- i MdUnrL- Hd-bi-: I..UL; : and tiallidv | M.- ui.d Mi- 11. A. Hoini-;:',, vi.siti-d Sunday .if'.eii, ,••}, ;:, Ku!:.VL-n at !:.c St tii li )Vey !..,:!,••. Mrs Llo>u Shank. Bun: M..-i Ki!: ; Hr.rn:, . 1 F-.T" .nl : od \] ; . WHEEL TESTING - FREE!! For A Safer, More Comfortable Ride BEAR TRY OUR BALANCER ON A CAR Balanced Wheels Give More Tire Miles, Stop That Shimmy, Add Safety of Balanced Wheels and Eeasier Steering. SEE IT WORK - WHILE YOU WAIT at FENTON IOWA Alto. $790,778, 74 percent; and Winnebago, $719.156, 70 percent. Dairy Honors To Menke & Walker Two Kossulh men connected with dairying received special recognition at the Fifth Annual Cow Conference at Iowa State College, Friday, Sept. 9. Those 'nonored, and the awards they received were: Leander Menke of Swea City, winner of Records and Reports Contest of all the Iowa D. H. I. A. Supervisors: Ralph Witlker, Jr., Sweo City, winner of "400 Club" production certificate. Several dairymen from this county attended the Cow Conference, according to County Extension Director, Dean Barnes of Algona. In addition to the presentation of the awards, the program included reports on recent developments in dairy feeding and breeding and demonstrations of research work at the Iowa State College Dairy Farm. Denise McGee Of Bancroft Weds Bancroft — At 6:30 Tuesday Sept. 20, Miss Denise McGce, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dan McGec, became the bride of Roger Wilhelmi, son of Mrs Eva Wiihclmi. Father Adams performed the ceremony in St. John's Catholic Church. Diane McGce was her sister's attendent and Tommy Wilhelmi was groomsman. A wedding breakfast was held at the home of the bride's sister, Mr and Mrs Harvey Boeckholt. Following a wedding trip the I air force. The bride will remain bridegroom will leave for the 1 here. MASONS WHY you SHOULD use BEEBE WATER WORMEP ^Ptii* PIGS AND CHICKENS (PIPERAZINE CITRATE) 1. One Day Treatment. 2. Given In Drinking Water. 3. Odorless and Tasteless. 4. No Special Feed Necessary. 5. Removes 95% of the Round Worms. 6. Beebe Water Warmer Is Non-Toxic. 7. No Set Back As With Other Warmers. 8. Can Be Repeated Without Weight Loss. 9. Worm Free Animals Grow Faster On Less Feed. 10. Found Effective By Agricultural Colleges. 11. Can Be Given To Sick Animals. .12. Most Economical of All Warmers. SEE US TODAY FENTON DRUG CO. FENTON, IOWA MADE FRESH DAILY HOL'N ONE DONUTS Special Parly Orders < ' Are Welcome — With Your Favorite Icings. TRY ONE — YOU'LL TAKE HOME A SACK ZUMACH'S-Fenton PHONE 1100 - YOUR NEWSPAPER FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTEIMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repairs FENTON, IA. Good Food Good Coffee Home Made Pastries HOME CAFE Brighten-up for Winter BUY BULBS NOW EACH BAG CONTAINS 2 .... 60 Wa« Bulbs 2 .... 75 Wa»* Bulbs 2 ... 10O Watt Bulbs STOCK-UP . . . BUY 6..GET Bulb Budget Bags ar» AVAILABLE NOW until October 29 wherever You Buy Light Bulbs FALL IS IN THE AIR ... It's time to think of the children's needs for school. One of the most important things is to be sure that they have plenty of good light — the right kind of light — for studying. Your Home Needs Light Home is happier with the right lights in the Bright places for everyone. Be sure that your home has plenty of light for everyone's activities — for work, play, read' ing, studying. Reddy Kilowatt — thrifty fellow! — makes a good suggestion: "Get your Budget Bag of Bulbs right away — enjoy a saving — and get an EXTRA bulb FREE!" Get your Fall and Winter light bulbs NOW! /<: It's a $ 1.42 value for $ 1.2OJ PI-US TAX SAY*

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