The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1955 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1955
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4-A!s6fio (lo.) Upper Oes Moines Thursday, Nov. 17, 1955 Woman's Club At Fenton To Send Overseas Cards Fenlon—The Fenton Woman's Club met Tuesday afternoon Nov. 8. at the home of Mrs C. C. Callahan with Mrs Ernest Volte- ler co-hostess. The Club decided to send Christmas greeting card? to all United Slates Service personnel in this area. Guests present were Mrs E. K. Johnson. Mrs Hans H;iag<>. Mrs John Thcesfield. Mrs Paul Ross Cosgray the latter of Wayncsburg. Penn. Mrs Emil Frank and Mrs Arlo Ranney had charge of the program. A hobby display %>> ,i> presented and explained by Mrs A. C. Krueger of Cylinder. She showed glass vases, bread and boards, lamps and shades, which were hand painted in oils, and a display of needle work. The December meeting will be held at the home of Mrs Edward Bruhn with Mrs C. R. Ditsworth co-hostess. The hostesses served a lunch at the close of the meeting. Durand Benjamin, Earl Powell, iM-vin Crecolius. Walter Gunn, Oon Burst and Vernon Michaels Coming Events Thursday, Nov. 17 —Independence Mixers; Blakjer WMF; Fenton Township Homemakers. Friday, Nov. 18—-Dorothea Cir le of the WSCS; Basketball game Al Gruver. Tuesday. Nov. 22—Ellen Circle of WSCS: Home basketball game with Dolliver. Thursday & Friday. Nov. 24-2, r j —-Thanksgiving vacation for the schools. Mrs E. C. Weisbrod was hostess to the Saturday Afternoon Bridge Club this past week. Mrs E. K. Johnson won high score prize, Mrs Arlo Ranney, second high and Mrs Ed Priebe. low score prize. Weekend guesls of the Carl, Raymond and Art Priebe families included a group of friends from St. Louis. Mo. who were here for the opening of the pheasant hunting season. They were Harold Geronsen, Jack Harrison. Bob Werner, Ed Wilson and Doctors Jackpot Is $75 Fenton — John Mixell of Ringsled was not in Fenton lo claim the $60 his name was called for at the Saturday nite drawing. This means the sum has climbed lo a new high of S75 for which a name will be drawn Ihis Saturday nighl al 9:30 Mr and Mrs Henry Lange and family of Lakota were Saturday overnight guests at Henry Wilberg home. Mr and Mrs Arnold Kuecker oi Buffalo Center were last Sunday evening guests at the Clarence Osbofn home. The Junior and Senior Classes of the Seneca High School attended Career Day held at Ti- lonka on .Monday. Public Having decided lo quit farming and move lo Olho, Iowa, I will offer and sell the following described properly al my farm located 8 miles north and one-half mile west of Bancroft, 4 Mi miles east, 3 miles north and one-half mile wesl of Swea City, one-half mile norlh and 3 miles west of Ledyard, on Monday, Nov. 21 Sale lo Start at 12:30 o'clock Sharp. Zumach's Lunch Wagon on The Grounds. 3 Springing Holstein Heifers. 2 Bred Holstein Heifers. 6 Black Heifers. 6 White Face Heifers. One Black White Face Springing Heifer. Five Red White Face Heifers. Five Shorthorn Heifers. 80 to 160 pounds. Vaccinated for Cholera. Farm Machinery, Etc. 1955 WD Allis-Chalmers with Heat Houser and No. 50 New Idea Horn Loader and Snow Scoop, wheel weights. 1952 Z Minneapolis-Moline, wide front end. 4-row Cultivator. 4-row Minneapolis Corn Planter with Fertilizer Attachment. New Idea Pull Type Corn Picker, like new. 13'2-ft. Kewanee Hydraulic Tandem Disc, new in '55. 1950 Case F2 Combine. New Idea 7-ft. Power Mower wilh Windrow Attachment. New 12A New Idea Manure Spreader. 4-row Wind Power Rotary Hoe. 2-16 Case Plow on Rubber, i 3 years old. j 2-16 John Deere Plow on Rubber, j 2 years old. I 15-fl. International Disc. . 14-fl. Marshalllown Quack Digger on Rubber. New Idea Side Delivery Rake. 36-ft. Kewanee Elevator, wide- type, on Rubber, like new. 4-seclion Flexible All Sleel Drag with Sleel Folding Drawbar. , 3 Heavy Duly Farm Trailers. ! 2 Sleel Flare Boxes. Wagon Jack. Speed Jack. Pressure Grease Gun 12x38 Tractor Chains. Gas Barrel Stand. 200 bales 2nd culling aliaMa. 300 bales 1st cutting red clover. 100 and never rained on. Fenton Girl A Bride, Oct. 8, At Sioux City Seneca — Mary Ann Meyer, rliiufihter of Mr and Mrs Frank Mover of Fenton and A/3C Ronald Dale Mercier, son of Mrs Mallie Merger of Jefferson, S. D.. Aero married Oct. 8 at the Cath- t'clrnl of F'piphnny in Sioux City. The bride's attendant was Miss Jane Kasdimittcr of Sheldon, a Hose friend of the bride. The bride was beautifully gowned in a dress of white Chantilly lace and tulle fashioned with a molded bodice, a Queen Anne collar and a three tiered overskirt of white nylon net banded in lace which fell to floor length. The bride's veil fell from a beaded tiara, and she carried a white prayer book with white roses. Her jewelry was a pearl necklace and pearl earrings, a gift from the bridegroom. John Dennison of Jefferson, a friend of the bridegroom, was the best man. Guests at the wedding included the R. N.'s, faculty members, and members of the student body ol St. Vincent's Hospital, friends and relatives. The wedding reception was held at Margaret's Dinner Club in North Sioux City, South Dakota. Immediately following the reception the newlyweds spent a short honeymoon at Sioux Falls, S. D. The bride is a graduate of St. John's high school, Bancroft and a graduate of Briar Cliff College, department of nursing, St. Vincent's Hospital Unit. At present she is an instructor at St. Vincent's Hospital, Sioux City. The bridegroom is a graduate of Jefferson high school. Jefferson, S. D.. a graduate of N.B.T. and also attended the University jf South Dakota at Vermillion. At present he is in the Air Force ana is stationed in Japan. Sunday evening. Following the supper a program was given and consisted of hymn singing, devo- Ufcns by the Rev. Harlan Blockhus, an instrumental duet by Lois and Raymond Wilberg; a reading, The Living Church, by Marlys Bratrud; an accordion solo by Marilyn Johannesen and a chalk talk by the Rev. Nelson of Algona. Mr and Mrs C. O. Bailey went to St. Paul recently where Mrs Bailey had a medical check-up. Lois Wilberg, Margaret Nielsen and Karen Larsen took part in a piano recital held by the students of Miss Ruth Hodgson last week at the Methodist church at Fenton. TlTc Seneca Township Farm Bureau Women will hold their November meeting Tuesday, Nov. 29 at Ihe home of Mrs Everett Witham. Mrs Fred Brown will report on Schools. An executive board meeting of the Council for Retarded Children was held at the home of Mrs Clarence Osborn last Monday evening. Those present, for the meeting included Mr and Mrs Marc Moore of Algona. Mr Harlan Blanchard of Lone Rock; Mi- John Geisecker of Livermorc and Mr and Mrs Al Elsbecker of Bancroft. Several Senecans attended the wedding of Miss Arlenc Hedin of Whittemore and Conrad Sodern of West Bend, which was solemnized Saturday evening at 7 o'clock at the St. Paul's Lutheran church at Whittemore. In attendance from Seneca included Mr and Mr Kenneth Thompson and Joy, Louise Charlston, Gus Bierstcdt. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg, Mr and Mrs Clarence Osborn: also Mr and Mrs Henry Lange and family from Lakota; Mrs Otto Wilberg, Mrs Linus Jensen, Mrs John Andreason, Mrs Manno Piedcrson, Mr and Mrs George Jensen. Mr and Mrs Carl Mathuson. all of Ringsted: Mr and Mrs Leonard Matheson and Kathleen of Graettingcr; Mr and Mr.; George Charlston and family en Joice; and Hjclmar Matheson of Es'herville. The bride is a daughter of Mrs Myrtle Frost, former Seneca resident, now resid- Mr and Mrs Gen-it DeWaard of Wesley, Mrs Bertha Pommer of liWa and Jack Looft of Crystal Lake were Friday supper guests at the Henry Looft home. Margaret Fischer and Kalhryn Johannesen, senior students at the Seneca high school, attended a Prospective Teacher's Day held at Waldorf College, Forest City, last Monday. Mr and Mrs Ray Bliss of Ames, Mr Carl Nicly of bos Moines. Dr. Charles Schmidt of Gerald, Mo., and Bob Schmidt of Westminister College, Fulton, Mo. hunted pheasants with Ted Jensen last Saturday. All reported excellent hunting and returned home with their limit of birds. Mr and Mrs C. O. Bailey attended the wedding and reception of Don Merrill, son of Mr and Mrs Sheldon Merrill Sr., former Seneca residents, now living at Buffalo, Mo. Donald's marriage to Miss Jane Entry was soJemnized at the First Baptist Church at P^lm. Mo., Sunday evening, Oct. 30. Mr and Mrs Donald Crunk ol Armstrong were Friday evening visitors at the C. O. Bailey home. The Blakjer Women's Mission••'i-y Federation held a Fellowship Supper at the church dining room ing in Whittemore. SERVICE PARTS For Dependable Operation I Replace with I AUTO LITE | Original Service Parts . PERCIVAL MOTORS See Our Large Ad on Page 8 of the Farm and Home Section Mail Box. 30 Cement Blocks. ,100 ft. of Water Pipe. .1 Seven 4x4's 14 ft. long. 500 ft. 1x2 Rough Boards. 10 Cresole Posts. 12x16 Brooder House. Holpoint Eleclric Stove. 200 ft. Water Hose. John Deere Endgate Seeder. 1-50 bu. and 2-26 bu. Hog Feeders. 4—16 Feed Bunks. 2 Sleel Water Tanks. 011 Tank Healer. 14-ft.' Ladder. 20 Steel Posls. 80 rods Woven Wire. Pride of the Farm Stock Walerer. Pride of the Farm 70-gal. Waterer Lawn Hose. 300-gal. Tank Trailer Type Polaris Weed Sprayer. Hay Rack. Sleel Wheel Wagon. Straight Wagon Box. bales 2nd culling red clover. 500 j bales wild hay. All hay in barn i TERMS: CASH or make arrangements with your banker before the ! sale. No properly »c be removed from Ihe premises until settled \ for. Not responsible for accidents during sale, should any occur. i Quinn & Clark, Auctioneers State Bank of Swea City. Cle;k A Statement to Telephone Users A small increase in (he rates for some long distance calls hot \vtvn telephones in Iowa is made necessary by further increases in the costs of providing service. The change will be effective November 28, 1955. The increases \vill amount to only 5c for the initial three-minute period for most station-to- Station calls — some calls will not be changed. For [icrsoii-tn-person calls, the increase will be i-iiln-r 5c or lOc for the initial three-minute period. Mo-t pcrson-to-person calls will be affected. However, some will remain unchanged. The costs of providing telephone service have 'continued to increase substantially while telephone rales have been at their present level. This lias been true of ivuyes, which liai'e liaJ to be increase/I because of the continuing upward trend of wa<jes ycner- fr'/y. Prices of equipment, material and 'supplies are hiiilier, ?i.'!:icli eon/limes to fiiisc the int'esliiiciit behind eaeli tele- flii'ne as u'ell as iiu'reaniuj operating expenses. Taxes continue tci be a heavy cost of furnisluni'l leleplione scri'ite. Total costs h;ive increased to the point where they cannot In- met throu In order lu assure comimiug t'. Irpln.iic service, ibis ivpi'icin essary. If you wish further infiM ng ivon<i:nirs. and ivli.iblc o become nec- n, \vc should appi'Cvi.itc )uur calling our Hu.-'iiess UJtice. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY /. v!;7 i/.'.v.'ciCiV sli!' i.c '">'V <->f w>:ir best Z'jr./i;.' •',.)•. It gets Y''.'< .'/v/i- tii:J /'..v/v q.'i.VA-.'v, s>i'e!y, >;;; ' v.'/y. 7',',/uv. it is .''',•.' .•..-;• ;!;iin r-:v>' <n:,i .>'.', -iw'.'.'v iinj'i'JV- inj, Ivt'ii in jr/tvJ and <,'.-.' j.-':/^. Jerry Wilberg Ends Boot Camp Fenton—Jerry L. Wilberg, son of Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg of Fenton, is scheduled to graduate from recruit training, Nov.' 28 at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. The nine weeks of 'Boot Camp' includes drill and instruction in seamanship, gunnery, life saving, sea survival, boat handling and the use of small arms. Following two weeks leave, graduates will be assigned to shipboard duties or .service schools depending on the qualifications eaclfhas demonstrated. B. Johnson and Mrs John Waite on the Caravan Rally held at the Algonfl Country Club on Nov. 9. Th^se attending the Rally were Mrs Charles Newell, Mrs Elm.'r Grienert. Mrs Johnson and Mir Waite. Mrs Elmer Grienerl present- Auxiliary Makes Two Donations Fenton —The regular meeting of the Legion Auxiliary was hold Friday afternoon, Nov. 11, in the home of Mrs Gcrhart Hantelman. Vice president, Mrs Martin Ohm presided in the absence of the president, Mrs Ed Bruhn. The Auxiliary gave $;i to the fund for Retarded Children o! Kossuth County and also $5 to the Oakdale Sanitarium. Reports were given by Mrs G. 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 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 ed n program on edueatinn. | \n the December meeting. Mrs Paul Ross Cosgniy '" ! Waynesburg, Penn. was a guest At the close of the meeting, Inner was served by the hostess. Mrs Ed Bruhn will be hostess Donald Baldwin of St. Paul, Minn, visited over the weekend at the homo of his parents, tl,.; Cecil Baldwins. Council For Retarded Children of Kossulh County Contributions Will Be Welcomed—P. O. Box 25, Lone Rock COME IN NOW FOR Large Selection Use Our LAYAWAY PLAN SEi3S3&tS?saK Ed Wolf, Owner Locally Owned 1 KWH BREWS 12O CUPS OF COFFEE Even when you like coffee, that's a lot of coffee! Reddy just wants to show how easily he can do it. 1 KWH IRONS 12O NAPKINS What a "lifl" il was for Mom when Reddy hcp;in to help her iron' One of her hardcM jobs in.ulc e.isy © 1 KWH MASHES 12O POUNDS of POTATOES i 1 IV.-,s I .I ruiri- !i',!:ou , .>rm- v. •'-. -..;-,-11 K..',M ; ,\ on If..- i- ti !,> htlp! A Kilowatt Hour of Electric Power from LESS THAN A POUND OF COAL! Jhe Modern Coal-Burning Steam Power Station now Produces f/ecfr/c Power with Amazing f/f/c/ency There's a faithful servant in your home, just waiting to go to work for you. It's Heddy Kilowatt — the "helper with a thousand jobs.'' Reddy lights the home, helps get the meals, does most of the housework. It isn't unusual for a family to have as many as fifty home electrical appliances—ranging from Dad's electric shaver to Mom's electric washing machine. It takes a lot of electric power. And, thanks to modern science, that's just what your modern coal- burning steam power station is producing for you. uith ever-increasing efficiency. Hack in 1927, it took nearly tv,o pounds of coal to produce a kilowatt hour of ^' t /l ( ; itv - Tod;l >' il l:«kes LESS THAN ONE 1'OUNl). It's a proud record. And it adds up to better living- the electric way _ for yuu and your family. IOWA I IIMHH

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