The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1955 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1955
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MRS. AfcOtfH HALVERSON Cil GfnTOr November 10, 1955 PublUhed y h|ti«' Mdfnftl . PublUhlne : (2*,, Algdflci, Bride I By Friends A) f enton Stonier Mrs ArniM *o shlp pnmmWM*,, Mrs £.«r3 Beck cnmmtttes. "JBis Drciii RraJua and 'W&ttar Iiteiste3!l: Flower JSrs Entii Kudnick. JMJTbBM Sjei'^teffit, Mis Kenneth ZWrmscm ^afl Sirs An "wore *$painJed to Christmas _F*saee» — Ste ILMTJ- nice tVhrate}) WK '.bitBnrotl ; in at Si. Uteram cfeuartrib pzsOnrs, Mrs BaBe Wsnsftn-tia -w-ns charge e>5 tfee pnrtgrwn, A aginr. game was OTBdharfsKS Isv Mis Weisbwd. Pamela W*a*i)T-£)'fl played -a. piams sete-rtirm atifl Susan Hanielmaa iaTMred the group with a bsrfitane horn selection. Pamela saasg *My Best to You\ accompanied by Mis? Elsie Meyer at the piano. The program was conceded with a game conducted by Mrs Wefe- brod. Mrs David Berkland assisted her sister with her many lovely gifts. Donna Zumach was in charge of registering the guests. Hostesses were Mesdames Norman Finnestad, Emil Bierstedt. Amos Finnestad, Dale Weisbrod Lyle Weisbrod, Duane Widdel. Lloyd Sunde, John Fuhr, M. P. Nemitz, Alfred Meyers, Henry Schulte, Howard Schulte, Dick Theesfield, Paul Eigler, Fred Mortenson, Forrest Gilmore of Whittemore and Harold Berkland. ISJr* '•Bmttjart ffanlelman will be ^hostess to lhe> Legion Auxiliary in tor h«rae this Friday afternoon. New, 55. Si. Luke's Aid Elects St. Luke's Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon with hostesses Mrs Paul Voigt and Mrs William Miller. Guests were Mrs Ed Grienert and Mrs Louis Grio- nert of Whittemore. • Election of officers was held: President, Mrs Lyndon Kerbor to succeed Mrs Carl Beck; vico president, Mrs Gilbert Bleckwenn to succeed Mrs Kerber; Secretary, Mrs Lloyd Berkland; treasurer, S60 Mrs Enria Luedtite was not in SaJarday evening to claim She $45 teer asxne was called for. 3»eans some lucky person is goiag So receive $60 this Saturday evening, providing they are in Fenton at 9:30 when the drawing is held. W.S.OS. Meets The WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church met in the church parlors on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 3. Mrs Clarence Underwood, vice president, conducted the business meeting in the absence ol Mrs Don Weisbrod. Mrs Oliver Stoeber read a card she received from Ronald Mortenson. She urged that members send cards to the boys in service on their birthdays as well as at Christmas. Mrs Hans Baago, treasurer, reported $396.08 taken in from the bazaar, rummage sale and food sale. Reports were given by the various officers. Mrs Eugene Huskamp announced the first session of the study course on Indian Americans to be held Friday afternoon, Nov. 4 at o'clock at the church. Mrs Lyle Newel reported tha tickets for the Smorgasbord be held at the church on Wed ncsday, Nov. 16, are now on sal Coming Events Thursday," Nov. 10 — DejSeW Fellowship Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club; Mabel Circle of the WSCS. Friday, Nov. 11 — Legion Auxiliary; Supper for Legion members of Ranney Weisbrod Post. Monday, Nov. 14—Community club. Tuesday, Nov. 15—Town and Country Woman's Club: K and E Jamboree. Wednesday, Nov. 16 —Smorgasbord at Methodist church; Band Mothers. ; Thursday, Nov. 17 — Blakja i WMF; Independence Mixers si i Township Hall. by members of the Rulh ana Mabel circles. Mrs Freelove Weisbrod had charge of the worship service and Mrs Clarence Osborn presented the lesson, assisted bv Mesdames Eugene Huskamp. Lyle Newel, Wendell Rusch and Earl Crouch. Mrs Jack Gerhard sang several hymns, accompanied bv Mrs Ralph Weisbrod. Guests were Mrs Howard Fuller and Donna of New Providence and Mrs Roy Peterson. Hostesses serving refreshments were Mesdames Emil Frank, Charles Newel, Oliver Stoebe and Mrs Carrie Voigt. ed by Mrs Earl Lufkin and Mrs Robert 'Berkelaftd, Hostesses . will be Mrs Amer Cody and Mrs Everett Hartraan. St. John's Aid Metts The St John's ladies ArA of Fenton mel Wednesday, Nov. 2, Guests were Mrs Herman Hints, Mrs Walter Vircrclt, Mis Ann* Wehrspann, Mis ' 3£b»er Maahs and Bertha JCressin. Election -of officers •w»s heJd and arc as foBffocs: President, Mrs Walter J«nte vice president, Mrs \ r irtor Strwecker; secretary, Mrs Martin Grim; treasurer, Mrs Lester Thwssficld, P.T.A, Meels The November meeting of the Fentrm P.T.A, -was held Tuesday evening. Nov. 5. Paul Voigl, presisienl, presided at the business meeting. Reports were given by various committees. In charge of the program were Mr and Mrs Don Shaw, chairman: Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berk' land and Mr and Mrs William JentE. Ed Dehnert of LuVerne showed colored slides that he had taken in southern Bolivia, South America. A film strip, 'Tuesday's Child' wqs shown by Mrs Clarence Osborn, secretary of Kossuth County Organization for Retarded Children. • • Refreshments were served by Mrs Ray Priebe and her committee. ' ed quail hunting. M* and Mrs Edwin Westfall and family of Graetfinger and Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and girls were Sunday dinner guests in the Cterhart Hantelman home. Mrs Paul Sots Cosgray of Wayoesburg. Penn. arrived Sat* urday of this past week, for a week's visit in th6 Clayton Ditsworth home. Among ihose atlending the Sunday School Teacher's Conference held at Garner Sunday were Mr and Mrs John Strueck- er, Mr and Mrs William Hantelman. Rev. and Mrs W. H. Friedrich. Mrs Ervin Bruhn and Alice May Bruhn, Mrs Elmer Grienert, Mrs Herbert Schlickelman, Mrs Lyndon Kerber and Mrs Walter Bierstedt. Mr and Mrs Hugo Denker of Lester, la. were Sunday visitors in the Will Weisbrod home. The Denkers were ehroute home from Cedar Rapids. Mr and Mrs E. K. Johnson entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and family and Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and family. The occasion was in honor of Carol's first birthday. jq v 0s&^ma<^:0<««^ WE NOW HAVE POSTED A NEW 1956 PRICE LIST FOR WELP'S CHICKS Stop In And Check It. We Also Handle Brower Poultry Equipment DUNCAN PRODUCE Eldon Duncan Fenton, la. ggc^gaaftxc<»^xiiaao&^ Death of Uncle Mrs Ferdinand Mueller, Sr. re ceived a telephone call Wednes day morning from Cordell, Okla telling that her uncle, Charlc Betcha had passed away tha morning. Mr Betcha, age 80, is brother of Mrs August Biersted of Fenton. He lived in the Fail ville community about 60 year ago, on the farm where Elme Grienert now lives. To Make Band Trip John Eigler will be among thi 114 Iowa State College March ing Band members who wil travel to Boulder, Colo., on the weekend of Nov. 18-20 for the Iowa State College - Colorado University football game. John, who was member 01 last year's Fenton Senior class, plays a baritone horn. COLD, SLEET, SNOW AHEAD! Time to install your new With the dryer season at in peak, and Christmas Jim around the corner, here is a factory-sponsored combination that ncii you a big suviny at a most opportune time. The Dryer is a full- featured 1956 model [hat brings you the highest efficiency and dependability , n the entire dryer induitry. lull ranye heat control up to 210'. From an operation and service standpoint, there is no finer dryer. Infant Baptized Kim Gregory, four month old son of Mr and Mrs Gerald Gochenour was baptized Friday even- ng, Nov. 4th, in the Witter Chapel of the First Methodist church at Storm Lake.- Rev. C. R. 3uckwalter officiated, Mr- and* s Lloyd Te'rwiiliger "of Dakota' City were sponsors. Rev. and Mrs Buckwalter with heir daughter Joan, a missionary recently returned from three years service in the Philippines and also a school classmate of Mrs Gochenour, entertained ut a coffee party in their home following the service. Independence Mixers Officers of the Independence Mixers met in the home of Mrs Clarence Arbogast to make out the program for the coming club year. Planning the programs were Mesdames Clarence Wegener, Eugene Huskamp, Amer Cody, B. G. Berkeland and Mrs Arbogast. The November meeting of the Independence Mixers will bo held Thursday, Nov. 17 at tin.- Township Hall. A les.son on 'Wood Finishing' will be present- i Sharon Eigler was one of a class of 117 members to receive their Cap at a special service last Thursday evening. Sharon, daughter 'of Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler 1 , is attending Kahler Hospital school of nursing at Rochester. William Schwarzenbach, son of Mr and Mrs Albert Schwarzenbach ot Fenton, is now stationed with the army at Baumholder, Germany, about 250 miles east of- Paris. His father is, the Fenton town marshal. Tuesday afternoon guests of Mrs E. C. Weisbrod were Mrs Emma Reimers, Mrs O. J. Ran-; ney, Mrs Arlo Ranney, Mrs Jack Gerhart and boys, and Mrs J. A. t Schwartz. Mrs C. A. Lilleskau of Chicago, 111.; arid Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson of Ottosen were Friday supper guests in the Kenneth Halverson home. Mrs W. R.'Wolfe was hostess :o the Hook and Eye Sewing club 'n her home Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Amos Finnestad, Mr and Mrs Wayne Finnestad md Janice, and. Mr and Mrs Norman Finnestad and Craig were Sunday supper guests in the "ill Finnestad home at Esther- ille. Mr arid Mrs William Davis of Humboldt were -Saturday after- oon visitors in the Earl Dean ome. Mrs Davis is a sister of Ir Dean. Mrs Ed Northrup ano daughter ef Hardy, la. were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Dean home. Mr and Mrs Layton Behne of Wichita', Kan. were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Don Weisbrod and Mrs Florence Behne and Janet. Charles and David Behne, who have spent the past seven weeks with the Weisbrods and Mrs Behne, returned home with their parents. Mr and Mrs Bob Chestnutwood and son of Winterset were also weekend guests in the Don Weisbrod home. Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyers accompanied the Ralph Nichols family of Whittemore to Tingley, Iowa where they visited with Mr Nichol's parents. The men enjoy- Fenton Piano Recital Ruth Hodgson presented her piano pupils in a recital at the Methodist church at Fenton Monday evening, Nov. 7, at ( o'clock. Win Trips To Livestock Show Seneca—Kathryn JoHartnesen ( a member of the Seneca Stars 4-H Club, and Lola Meyers, a member of the Lone Rock Lively Rockets are ttto of the ^ix girls 4-H club award winners in Kossuth County. They will be award a trip to -the Chicago International, i Th,e award trips are sponsored by the cooperative elevators of Kpssuth County, with the exception of one, and the Kossuth County Farm Bureau. , Mrs Henry Looft will accompany the award Winners as a girls club leader. The group of six 4-H boys and six girls, a boy and girl leader and Robert Johnson, the Kossuth County Youth assistant, will leave Mason City Thursday evening, Nov. 24 and return Tuesday morning, Nov. 29. READ THE TUpKEY -.'.••' '.-•'..'•* • " ' ''.'. . •'•"'> '': f ;''<'•'• .'":'* to Be Given Away Saturday, Nov. 19 STOP IN AND REGISTER HANSEN'S r nil i tiHTl'TJiM Standard Service OH HIWAY 44 — FENTON WANT ADS BRING RESULTS THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTEft 21001 21006 20216 Full range of maturities High yielding ability Safe cribbing . Order your KINGSCROST from us now. . .* 'Ask about the new varieties also available Get more from every acre., grow K1N6SCBOST WITH NSW TWP SEED TREATMENT ,1» NORTHRUP, KING & CO. * • .,-- - , ;/ ', ~-~* - ' *-"' : FENTON Co-Oil ILEVATOR Fred Mortensen, Mgr. Fenton, Iowa ^>o:ooo:ooo:o:o:oo<>:o:ooo^^^ JUST ARRIVED | A New Shipment Of Fine . I LIVING ROOM SUITES pufli and whittles, uludoi gondola, lank cat, refrigerator car an 126" of i BOTH fof only 169.95 STOEBER HARDWARE QUALITY FURNITURE AT ECONOMICAL COST WE EXTEND YOU A CORDIAL INVITATION TO VISIT OUR JEWELRY DEPT. Elgin Watches FENTON. IOWA i! uf {Ji FIT FENTQN. IOWA .O O.vv.O O v vv PRICES SLASHED . SEE WHAT YOU SAVE IN OUR NOVEMBER PRE-INVENTORY SALE NEW FARM IMPLEMENTS Regular Price —John Deere 70 trqctor complete, less power steering $3,234.25 —John Deere 50 tractor complete, less power steering __, 2,309.45 —John Deere 227 Two Row Cornpicker, less hookup , 1,765.60 —John Deere 15 ft, 16 in. blades tractor disk 283,20 —John Deere 18 ff. 18 in. blades tractor disk 369.90 —J. D. 290 — 2 row corn planter with wire & wheels for rubber 266.70 —J. D. 490 — 4 row corn planter with wire & wheels for rubber 516.57 —John Deere 490 fertilizer ^attachment, 1954 model 98.00 —John Deere pair Gang Extensions for 15 or ll'/i tractor disk , 80.00 —J. D. Endgate Seeder with grass seed attachment . 84.05 —J. D. 9 ft. LH Windrower with hookup, less transports , 672.00 -J. D. 44H tractor plow with HS 316 bottoms for rubber 310.00 —John Deere 954 tractor side rake, 4 bar . 306.10 —J. D. Model L tractor spreader, with used truck tires . 425.00 —J.D. IDA Hammer Mill with feed collector , 150.00 Electric Wheel 6 x 10 Barge Wagon Box, 2 in. floor 180.00 Dultmeier 6 x 10 Barge wagon box, 2 in. floor 150.00 —Heider Green Line Flare Wagon Box, 1 in. floor . 175.00 Izee Flow 12 ft. fertilizer spreader, less rubber , 329.00 Century Fertilizer Spreader, P. T. O., less rubber 300.00 Kosh 7 ft. Power Mower to fit J. D. tractor ,_,__!.„ '325.00 Horn Ezee Flow Manure Loader to fit J. D. tractor . 325.00 1-38 ft. No. 6 portable elevator with 12 ft. spouts on rubber 485.00 1 Model 100 Heli^ Auger Unloading Box with tires 345.00 SALE PRICE $2,595.00 1,825.00 1,398.50 200.00 269.00 199.50 425.00 75.00 56.00 65.00 525,00 225.00 225.00 350.00 99.50 148.00 120.00 142,00 258,50 220.00 235.00 248.00 395.00 255.00 Some Machines Are Set Up And Some Are Not; To Be Sold As Is ALL PRICES ARE PLUS STATE SALES TAX One Quarter Down Will Hpld Any Machine Until Dec, 15, 1955 SALE CLOSES DECEMBER 1, 1955 WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. FENTON, IQWA

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