The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1955 · Page 41
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1955
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Mfti AftfttfH HALVlftSON ; Niwt Editor September 22,1955 Published By The Upper Oft* M«in«i Publishing Co., Algona, lewd SPECIAL SALE Used Machinery 1-1946 John Deere "G" Tractor With Power Trol $inQCOO And Overhauled I W %J %l= 1-1946 J. D. "A" Tractor with Power Lift 845.00 1—J. D. 38 ft. 4 wheel Elevator with 12 ft. spout 125.00 1—J. D. Overhead Wagon Hoist with Cradle 30.00 1—36 ft. Meyer 2-wheel Elevator with 12 ft. spout 295.00 1-J. D. 4-Bottom Plow 2-16 50.00 Sale Expires Sept. 30 — No Trade-ins Weisbrod Implement Your John Deere Dealer At Fenton ARE YOU FEEDING FEED? If Not... WHY NOT ? The foremost thought at alt times when manufacturing Felco Feeds, is ... "IS IT THE BEST FOR THE FEEDER?" IF YOU WANT TO MAKE MORE MONEY ON VOUR POULTRY, SAVE BY BRINGING IN OUR HOME GROWN GRAIN AND ADD 38 FELCO CONCENTRATE AND MAKE A COMPLETE FEED AT LESS COST TO YOU. FELCO HAS A COMPLETE FEED FOR EVERY NEED FENTON CO-OP. ELEV. Where You Trade Wilh Yourself Guest Day At Fenton Set By Woman's Club Fenlon—The Fenton Woman'? Club met Tuesday. Sept. 13, a* 1 o'clock in the home of Mrs E C. Weisbrod, with Mrs E. J. Frank as co-hostess. The president, Mrs Clayton Ditsworth, opened the meeting with the'reading of the Club Collect in unison. During the business meeting, the club decided to hold their guest day, Tuesday Oct. 11, at 7:30 p.m. in the Methodist church parlors. Mrs C. C Callahan is program chairman and Mrs Ray Stoeber hostess chairman. Roll call 'something interesting I did during my vacation', was answered by 18 mem bers. The meeting was turned over It the program chairman, Mrs Ra> Stoeber, who announced that Mr.' Wilfred Stoeber and Mrs E. W Ruske were in charge of the entertainment. Mrs Wilfred Stoeber introduced Mrs Ida Larson ol Swea City and Mrs Don Jensen of East Chain who gave a lesson in 'Ceramics in the Making', and the finished product. There was a beautiful display of finished products, which every one enjoyed and admired. Guests were Mrs John Munch, Mrs Charles Newell, Mrs- Dick Barry and Mrs Bernice North and Mary Ellen Ditsworth. The hostesses served a delicious one course luncheon. Mr-and Mrs Jack Gerharl, Mrs Don Shaw and John, Mrs Herschal Hartman and Mrs Carl Reynolds, the latter of Burt, drove to DCS Moine.s Tuesday. The Ger- haits were overnight guests oi the Rolland Brownells at Maxwell, while the others were guests of their respective relatives in Des Moines. On Wednesday, Mrs I Gerhart, Mrs Hartman and Mrs Reynolds attended the Fall Council of the Iowa Federation of Woman's Clubs at Hotel Fort Des Moines. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Ftnton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 .C'OOOOO.O.OO.OOOOOOOQ.O^ Quality Furniture "< Reasonable Prices We ask only that you compare our price with others for the same quality furniture. Some of our lines are now being completed; the others will be completed very shortly. • PREVUE OF "NAMES YOU KNOW" TO BE FOUND AT PETERSEN'S Broyhill Bedroom Furniture Laun Occasional Furniture Mastercraft Living Room Suites Madewell Rockers Grand Rapids Desks Sealy & Land*O-Nod Mattresses Mid-West Lamps Complete Cosco line Craddock Dining Suites, Tables, Chairs FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE Open Saturday Nights — Open Other Evenings By Appointment Petersen's HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE FENTON •0 Thursday afternoon guests of Mrs Dick Underwood were Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mrs Nyles Heggen, Mrs Ben Mitchell, Mrs W. K. Wolfe and Mrs Albert Mitchell. Larry Root left Wednesday for Ames where he has enrolled as a Mech. Engineering student at Iowa State College. A surprise picnic dinner was held at the home of Mr and Mrs Paul Saxton, Sr. and son, Marquis, Sunday, Sept. 18. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Saxton and children of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Harold Saxton and children of Emmetsburg; Mr and Mrs Blaim Saxton and children of Lone Rock: Mr and Mrs J. H. Farreli •jf Whittemore and Mrs Saxton's mother, Mrs Mary C. Hansen of Fenton. The occasion was in hon- >r of Mrs Paul Saxton's birthday. Her children planned the surprise. Mr and Mrs Donald Coslen arrived Monday evening in Fenton jn their wedding tiip at the home of Mr Costen's great aunt, Mrs Mary C. Hansen. They are from Winnipeg. Sask.. Canada. Roger Dreyer was one of four 1-H boys in Kossuth county to attend the National Barrow show .it Austin. Minn. Tuesday of last week. Arnold Jacobson and Frank Werrner.skirchen of St. James, Minn, were Monday visitors in the Oscar Sorenson home. Mr and Mrs Sorenson accompanied them back to St. James where Mr Sorenson attended the 25 anniversary of the VFW Post at St. James on Monday evening. They were over night guests in the Charles Kinchrehn home and on Tuesday Mr and Mrs Kinchrehn brought the Sorensons home. Mr and Mrs Eldon Lee of Estherville were Wednesday evening supper guests in the Kenneth Hulverson home. Sunday dinner guests in Ihe Everett Dreyer home, were Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer of Algona. Afternoon visitors were Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohlwes, Laveda and Bobby and Mr and Mrs John KohhvL-s. Eugene Radig left Tuesday of this week to resume his studio* at the University of Iowa at Iowa City. Eugene is a senior this year. He arrived home Thursday of last we:.'k. after spending the summer months at Glacier National Park. Mont, where he was employed. Mr and Mrs Art Voigt spent the past week in the Arlo Voigt home at Grove City. Minn. Mr and Mrs Erving Davidson and family of Marble Rock spent the weekend in the parental Morris Mitchell home. Miss Helen Radig who has spent the summer months here left Wednesday of last week ioi her home in Pasadena, Cal. Mr and Mrs Dick Borchardt. Mrs Carrie Voigt and Mrs Eugene Huskamp and Trudy visited with. Mrs Anna Steinbeck and son Lyle at Austin, Minn. Sunday. Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Sunde returned home Sunday from ,i week's fishing trip to D-JCTC- River, Minn. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and boys were Sunday guests in the Raymond Long home at Goldfield. Mr and Mrs M. W. Waalkes of Grand Rapids, Mich, were Saturday and Sunday guests in the Oscar Sorenson home. Other Sunday dinner gue-t.- were Mr and Mrs Harold Derkson -and family of Huron Lake, Minn, ana Mr and -Mrs Gilbert Sciibne: Jr. Walter Welt^en of Depew was an afternoon caller in the Sorenson home. Mr and Mrs Don Weisbrod and Billy spent the weekend at \Vin- tcrset with the Bob Chestnut- woods. Mr and Mrs Laytou Bonne and boys of Wichita. Kan. wv:e also guests. The two little P.ehne boys aceompanii J the Weislr.-oii home for a visit. Mr and Mrs Curtis Olson, Mr and Mi> Gaylord Olson and girl-Mr and Mrs Gerald Ol.-on ..n.i family were among those alt. :: i- ing the Larson family reunion held at Jackson. Minn. Sund.iy Alan Helland, who is attending Simp.-on college, spent t:ii weekend with his parents at Fenton. In returning to Indianola l« accompanied Edith Lagge back as far as Des Monies Sund.iy Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell were Sunday evening visito:s n. the Wilham'De Wall'home. Commg Events Thursday, Sept. 22—Independence Mixers; Ruth circle: Dorothea circle. Wednesday, Sept. 28 — Ellen circle. Thursday, Sept. 29 — W.M.F. at Dep<-'w church. Two New Arrivals Fenton— Mr and Mrs Harold Elmers are the parents of a daughter born Thursday. Sept. 15. at St. Ann hospital, Algona. She weighed 8 pounds and 5 ounces- and ha. 1 -- been named Debra Jean. Mr and Mrs James W. Schwartz of Ames are the parents of a son burn Thursday, Sept. 15. He weighed Vi pounds and one ounce- and has been named Jeffrey Stciff. The Schwartz have one other son age 9 years. Mr and Mrs J A. Sen wart/ of Fenton an the paternal grandparents. $30 In Jackpot Fenlon—Jerry Jeiuz wasn't in Fenton 1" receive the $15 when his name was drawn for in tho Saturday nit>_- drawing. A name will be drawn for 830 this Saturday evening at 9:30. "Rambling Ram' Truck Is Coming T!-,'.- Ii.wa Rambling Ram Truck is .-i.-heduled tn stop in Algon:. on .Sfptember 2ii. county extension Jisector, Dean L. Barnes an- noiinced this week. Thr tuick will stop at tin; Fairgrounds. Rams will be available U-r msptction iroin 9 a.m. to 11 The ir-.jek will be loaded with 25 to '•'><) purebred, registered mutton, type rams. r:.'presentinc Ha:np.-hi:v. Shropshire. Suffolk and Corriedale breeds. These rar:;; havi- been consigned to the truck by purebred bleeders throughout the stale. The rains will be unloaded, penned separately, and sold by private treaty. Those held back will be moved on to the next sales point where they will be joined by new consignments. The flock owner who obtains '>ne of these purebred rams will be in position to increase returns from his flock, Barnes points out. He can get the ewes bred for early lambing. The lambs, sired by a good mutton type ram. can be pushed along for the June market, when prices generally are highest. Barnes urges all flock owner?who want to improve the quality of lambs and wool to be on hand to make an earlv selection. 50 YEARS At Manchester, Mrs Charlotte Yoran was recently honored for having served 50 consecutive years as church organist. A four leaf clover is considered lucky because its four leaves form ATLAS BATTERY SALE For a "Sure Fire Start" in Cold Weather, Be Sure With An ATLAS GUARANTEED BATTERY ATLAS K-l ATLAS K-2 ATLAS Al-R ATLAS A2-R NOW $10.50 NOW 13.50 NOW $15.95 NOW 16.95 NOW $20.95 NOW 22.95 Reg. $12.95 Value Reg. 15.95 Value (12 Months Guarantee) Reg. $18.95 Value Reg. 19.95 Value (24 Months Guarantee) ATLAS HD1-P Reg. 27.95 Value ATLAS HD1-P Reg. 25.95 Value (36 Months Guarantee) PLUS YOUR OLD BATTERY SALE ENDS SEPTEMBER 30 Buy Now and Get Real Savings — Stop In Now! HANSEN'S STANDARD SERVICE at FENTON ON HIGHWAY 44 Home Nursing Course Planned In Fenton Area Fenton—All local poison- interested in taking a home nui- ing course an- asked to Mrs William Hantelman. If tlu-i\ are enough interested peT*on> there will be two sessions h.Ki. an afternoon and evening. Pia:i.- are made to conduct the evening classes from 7:30 to 9:30 on tl.r following date.-., Thursday, Oct. li. Oct. 20 and November 17. The afternoon classes would b. from 2 to -J on Friday, OctoU 1 7, October 21, and November 111 These class sessions will be held at the Feiilon Community Center. The only charge is o'Uc :», a book. This Home Nursing course- is offered by the Red Cru.-s through TV series beginning Sept 27 through Nov. 15 over WO1-TV from 1 to 1:30 on Tuesday an,; Thursday. The practice sesMi -us will men be conducted by .\1;.E. W. Ruske. __ _ _ C^^ U-D-M Classifieds Pay Dividend NOW, From less than 1 pound of cool... A KILOWATT HOUR of ELECTRICITY Reddy Kilowatt, using the energy from a mere handful of coo/, RUNS AN ELECTRIC FAN 18 HOURS Reddy says: "It may be hot, sticky, humid weather, but when I start fans and air conditioners going, you forget all about discomfort — you relax and are refreshed. You really 'beat the heat' with my help!" Good for Reddy! He brings hot weather magic, cool breezes, the opportunity to rest comfortably. Better still, he provides these pleasantly cool breezes at pleasantly low cost. It's just one of the many ways that low-cost, dependable electric service makes your living more comfortable — more convenient. Who Wants "Low-Cost" electricity the Most? Of course it's a pleasure to the consumer to enjoy moderately priced electrical service. But it'* the electric companies themselves who are most keenly interested in keeping prices down. They ni.ike every saving possible by building as economical generating plants as they can and producing electricity at the lowest possible figure. Thus, customers can use more electricity, the companies can spread fixed costs over a larger number of units of electricity and so hold down the price per kilowatt hour. Science or Politics? It is in the practical area of [>i'inlitciii>ii that science proves itself. No efficient power-generating plant was ever yet built, with high-sounding phrases. The men responsible for these plants are the scientists — the technicians — the men with electrical "know-how." Their work is its ov. n best proof of efficiency. Under their supervision the amount of fuel necessary to generate electric power has steadily dropped until today Li ss THAN I I'UI.-M) oi COAL does the work that in 1927 required nearly two [ii'nnil.\ to do. Redd\ Kilowatt says: "It's a good idea to trust to science to keep us enjoying ever-better electric living at a low cost." IOWA ELECTRIC LIMIT I'OVVtR

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