The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1956 · Page 36
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fflhe Jfiwfan Hep** f tv *-Aigona (la.) Upper Des M6ln«» Tuesday, February 21, 1956 BB Guns Proving Harmful Ask Boys To Observe Law Fenton—The little BB gun is causing a stir in Fcnton.> It seems as though a number of the Fcnton boys have them and have been using them. There is a town ordinance that forbids the firing of the guns within the city limits. One of the biggest problems, has been the headache of trying to keep bulbs in the street lights. Also, a number of Fentpn citizens have had to replace windows in their garages and other buildings. Then there are the pets around town who have no love for the guns. Some of the animals have been injured. The most serious mis-use of the guns, has been the shooting at other children. Numerous children have complainted at having been hit with the guns. True as it may be, that the boys are only shooting at the legs to see them jump, it is still most dangerous. What if there were a miss and the BB hits the eye? It could very easily happen, and once is all it would take for an eye. Parents of boys who have BB guns may not be aware such things are going on. The citizens of Fenton are asking the parents of boys who own BB guns to see that their boys observe the town ordinance, which forbids the shooting of guns within the city limits. If this is done, these other instances will take care of themselves. And it is stated that if this is not heeded, taken. drastic steps are to be Students In Conceit Mr Marlyn Bausman presented the local band students in a concert Tuesday evening, Feb. 14. The program included three selections by the Junior Band 'Christmas Song', 'Air From Rigoletto' and 'Merry Widow Waltz'. Selections by the Senior Band were 'Hans Christian Anderson Overture', 'Prelude in C. Minor, 'Intermezzo', 'Iowa Band Law', 'Creole Lullaby' and 'Mam- bohga'. Solos included 'March of the Campions' a Bell Lyre solo by Yvonne Borchardl. Clarinet solo. 'Gypsy Moods' by Marlys Jentz; Snare Drum, 'Young Contestant' by Nancy Wiener; Trumpet, 'The Message' by Jack Munch; Clarinet, 'Dapper Donkey 1 by Beth Ann Newel; Baritone, 'Betsy Waltz' by Joyce Voigt; Clarinet, 'Miami Moon' by Alvina Miller and a Trombone solo 'Stars and Stripes -Forever" by Stanley Berkland. Blakjer Women Meel The Blakjer WMF met Thursday afternoon with hostesses Mrs Otto Jensen and Mrs Carrie Jensen. Rev. Harlan Blockhus was in charge of the devotions, and Mrs Amy Cherland, president, presided at the business meeting. Mrs Sig Loge presented the Bible Study lesson on Peter. Mrs Harlan Blockhus, mission secretary presented a program on Home Missions. Guests of the society were Mrs Harold Grunhovd of Seneca, Mrs Gene Madsen of Bradgate and Mrs Art Classon oC Swea City. New Elevator Truck Fred Mortenson, manager of the local Co-Op Elevator and B. G. Berkland, president of the Board of Directors for the Elevator, drove the new Chevrolet truck recen-tly purchased by the elevator to Cedar Rapids hist Sunday, where they had a fertilizer box and spreader attachment mounted on the truck. This new piece of equipment will be another service of the Fenton Co-Op Elevator to the Farmers Cedar Rapids, Mr FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE TOWN OF FENTON, IOWA * FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1955 January 1. 1955 through December 31, 1955 Receipts Tax Office Receipts Receipts 1. General Government — 5,025.56 398.00 2. Street ?," .20 1.492.05 3. Public Safety l 'l\l£ 4. Sanitation 205-Bfi K Rprrpation • -- - 63J.43 ?: utilities .::::::::::: 1.300.43 WIM f). Trust and Agency 146.48 12. Road Used Tax 118.04 14. Liquor Profit , - --- 487.85 Other Receipts Total 23.98 6.047.54 4,654.70 1,115.61 215.86 633.43 5.537.61 14648 118.04 487.85 391.45 4.25 10.00 GRAND TOTAL RECEIPTS Expenditures Salaries Capital & Wages Outlay 1. General Government 5(;7.00 2 Street -- 1.205.75 2.299.00 3.' Public 'Safety"":-:: - 1.124.59 190.05 4 "Sanitation - -- 6.00 6. Recreation "":~...:.. 401.20 140.61 8. Debt Service 13,419.51 Other Expenditures Total 720.45 4.260.21 1.074.67 217.20 477.02 4,040.19 1.287.45 7.764.96 2.389.31 223.20 1,018.83 4.040.19 GRAND TOTAL EXPENDITURES A good home,.is always easy to go into and hard to leaver" THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulanc* Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 10,723.94 HEPOHT OF UTILITIES 1955 HecelpU: -» Water Works Sale of Water or Electricity $4,102.50 Taxes - — 1,306.43 Other Receipts -- 68.C.8 Total Receipts, 1955 $5,537.61 expenditures: Salaries and Wages: Office ..$1.000.87 Outlay new improvements: ] New Equipment 870.77 Other Outlay 969.52 Total Expenditures. 1055 $2,901.10 CASH STATEMENT Balance on Hand—Jan. 1. 1955 $ 1,410.61 Total Receipts for Year Ending December 31, 1955 — 13,419.51 Total to Account for ...$14,830.12 Total Expenditures lor Year Ending December 31, 1955... 16.723.94 Total $16,723.91 Deduct — Warrants Outstanding December 31, 1955 8.00 Total Deduct from Total to Account for -_ 16,715.94 Balance on Hand — December 31. 11)55—overdrawn 1.885.82 REPORT OF MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS December 31, 1955 General Bonds $42,000.00 Grand Total $42,000.00 Valuation of Property Subject To Taxation on Asieasment oi January 1, 1955 Class of Property: ._ Real Property $450,705.00 Personal Property 121,564.00 Railroad Properly 81,81)7.00. Telephone, Telugraph jrnd Express Companies 16,855.01 Utiauus, Including Transmission Lines and Pipe Lines 32,11000 Total Except Monies dlta and Cred Total Monies and Credits .. Total. Valuation of All Property $8!>0,8U3.00 $703,131.00 117.07 l.0( 290 EGGS per HEN New All-time State Record with DEKALB j CHIX /" ^0 • • • f^. iK^K^K-:'-K&\:^i&mK In Missouri, a DEKALB flock averaged 290 eggs for Ernest Schnetzler at Salisbury, establishing a NEW, high record in the University of Missouri's Extension Poultry Record Keeping Program. Schnetzler housed 185 birds, and lost ONLY 7 birds during the year ending August 31, 1955, (3 from mouldy feed.) ' " " v-^S^wSBa )i*&*.mll.>S&.Mi.c&tA*x* of this area. While in Mortenson and Mr Berkland were Monday evening guests in the Loren Barker home. They returned to Fenton late Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs William Hanlel- man and family spent the weekend in the parental W. B. Schmidtke home at Morristown, Minn. Mrs Arthur Mueller and Mrs Lloyd Kern spent Thursday at the Harvey Higley home in Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Gerald Kressin, Connie and Steven were Wednesday and Thursday guests in the M. P. Nemitz home. Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys were last Tuesday afternoon guests in the Max Hiatt home at Burt in honor o£ Nancy Hiatt's 5th birthday. Mrs J. F. Beckley spent Ihis past week at Blanchard, Iowa. Mrs Beckley's father, S. C. Russell died last Sunday. Mr Beckley went to Blanchard on Wed- cnsday for the services, and again on Saturday to bring Mrs Beckley home. Mrs Beckley's mother accompanied them to Fenton. Mr and Mrs Merwin Widdel and family of Ringsted were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Walter Widdel home. Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys were Monday evening guests in the Howard Bierstedt home at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel and Aimily spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives at Austin, Minn. Mr and Mrs W. H. Wolfe visil- ed Sunday evening with Mr and Mrs Amer Cody and Gerald. Mr and Mrs Frank McFall and Mr and Mrs Clarence Underwood left Wednesday of last week for a two week's vacation in the Southwest States. Sunday dinner guests in the Henry Tieman home were Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and fam- ly, Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Art fietz of Lakota, Mr and Mrs lack Tieman and Terry of Burt and Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe. Mr and Mrs Hans Baago were Thursday evening dinner guests n the W. R. Wolfe home. Mr and Mrs Fred Morlenson and family, Mr and Mrs Arnold aabs and Diane and Mr and Mrs R. F. Laabs were Sunday dinner _uests in the Walter Schmidt home at Austin, Minn, in honor of Mrs Schmidt's birthday. Sunday dinner guests in the Albert Mitchell home were Mr and Mrs Chester Skaar, Harold and Bcrnette of Primghar, Mr and Mrs Donald Skaar and Becky of Lake Mills, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and Lynnora and Duane and Myrna Meling of Cylinder. Mrs Chester Skaar remained for a week's visit in the Mitchell homo. Mr and Mrs Milford Mitchell of Lone Rock were Sunday evening visitors in the Albert Mitchell home. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller and Ruth visited Saturday in the Carl Veer home at Adams, Minn. Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood were Mr and Mrs Nyles Heggen and boys, Mr and Mrs Morri.s Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell. Mr and Mrs Merle Voigi, Mrs Franklin Mueller and Peggj Voigt spent Sunday at Rochestei where they visited "William Voigt a patient at the Methodist hospital. Mr Voigt is much improved but will probably be con- lined at the hospital for another week or 10 days. Enroute to Rochester, the- group called on Arnold Voigt at Dexter, Minn and returning home they visiied with Mr und Mrs Warren Voigl and familv at Austin, Minn. Marshal Foils Robbery Try At Ringsted Ringsted's night marshal, Jack Emick, foiled an attempted robbery of the Fink Brothers garage last week Tuesday night when he surprised two "young men" as they prepared to enter the garage building. Emick, according to Sheriff Joe Betty, was making his nightly security check when he digcover- ed the two youths at the rear end of the garage-filling station. Upon discovery the two fled frorn Emick and escaped him in the pursuit. They got into a car appar- ently being driven by a thit'd member of the group and got away. Emick found the glass on the back door of the building broken. Emick ran to get his own auto. Quickly driving back to the garage, he observed a third person in the auto. The get-away car sped east on Highway 43 with Emick's car in pursuit, but in several miles outdistanced the marshal's car. According to information from Emick the trio escaped in a 1948- model, black Ford carrying 19B6 Iowa license. One of the youth, Emick said was wearing a sheepskin coat and a brown leather cap. Emick returned to Ringsted to advise Sheriff Joe Betty of the attempt by the three, and Betty posted a northwest Iowa alert to sheriff's offices in Palo Alto and Kossuth counties, and to the highway patrol for assistance in searching for the car in Emmet and adjoining counties. The peace officers combed roads and highways In the af6a for about three hours but found no trace of the would-be bvtfg- Jars. QTHf* mr$ SHOW DCKALB CHIX SUPfRIORITY DEKALB CHIX won the first Texas Random Sample test with the earliest maturity; the highest egg production and the best adult livability. In the 5th California Random Sample test, DEKALB birds averaged 267 eggs per pullet (Hen-Day Basis), and 271 eggs per pullet (Hen-Day Basis) in the 6th California Random Sample Test. In the Kansas Poultry Flock Improvement Project Sept. 1, 1954 thru Aug. 30, 1955, DEKALB CHIX took first in the Hatchery Breeder flock division with 271 eggs average per bird, and first Ln the Farm Flock division with 270 eggs average per bird. Homer Q. Matthiesen, Fenton, la. Clover Leaf Hatchery, Algona, la. Martin Meiners, Ringsted, la. Clem H, Mergen, Whittemore, la. Coming Events Wednesday, Feb. 22 — Ellen Circle ut the WSCS. ThursJay. Feb. 23 — St. John's WMF at De-pew Lutheran church; Dorothea Ciicle of the WSCS. SHOT, Albert Walker uf Madiul was critically injured when a pistol which lie was repairing accidentally discharged into his abdomen. Tlie we:if»n had a round of bird shot. After surgery, his condition was reported as good. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my relatives and friends who remembered me with cards, gifts and 1 lowers aivd personal visits during my recent stay at the hospital and at hume. It was great!v ;.ipprci ij'lcd. !YJi;, Emit Bi< Y r- GUT 4* to dozen eggs Auxiliary Offers Scholarships "Now is the time for high school seniors to make contacts in regard to college scholarships for next fall," advises Mrs Ed Biruhn, Unit President of the American Legion Auxiliary. The Iowa Department of the American Legion Auxiliary offers the following Scholarships: The Mary Virginia Macrae Memorial Nurses Scholarship in i the amount of $400. The applicant must be a mother, daughter, sister, Wife, or Widow of a Veterdn of World Wars t or f I, of the K6- rean Conflict, and a resident of Iowa. Twelve $200 Iowa American Legion Auxiliary Scholarships for any vocational education in a standardized schdol in Iowa. The applicant must be a member of the American Legion or the Auxiliary, or the son or daughter of a veteran of World Wars 1 or II or the Korean Conflict and a resident of Iowa. There will be one additional Scholarship this year, known as the Grace Gilbert King Memorial Scholarship. Applications for the aforesaid scholarships will be received any time? noW U£ fc> tttity 18, 1981 In addition to the above scholarships the National ofgiftiza- tibft off*** a fWO Nfttlbftli ffesi- ent's SeW&iarBhlp to art orphan of a veteran 1 . In actual farm tests, 104 profit-conscious poirt* trymen found Hy-Line 100 series layers averaged t to ZJ/^lbsi less feed per dozen eggs laid than stand- ard-breds ^md crossbreds. With feed figured at $4 per 100 Ibs., Hy-Line 100 series layers produced a dozen eggs for 4J4c less than Leghorns ... SJ^c less than crosses .. . 9 l / 2 c less than heavies. In siniilar tests, Hy-Line 900 series layers savetf a pound of feed per doz. eggs laid over good wh'itd Leghorns during the first six months of lay. With, thrifty Hy-Line layers you pocket more profit per dozen eggs you sell. LINE Cliirli Now! CALVIN VAUDT, Fenton LYNDON KERBER, Cylnder FRANK SEELY, Ringsted WALTER VAUDT, Whittemore WHITTEMORE HATCHERY, Whittemore So Easy to Use You can have a "new" room in a day with SUPER KEM-TONE Even if you've never painted before, you can dp an expert job with Super Kern-Tone. There's nothing like it for beautiful, smooth room decoration. Hundreds of decorator colors to choose from. Dries in one hour. FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company JOHr.' DEERE DEALER Bus. Phone 3 Ret. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruikft DENTIST Office Phone 7t Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Trader Repairs FENTON, IA. HOME CAFE Leo Roy, Prop. Home Cooked Meals thuwlny - Friday - Saturday KOSSUTM COUNTY EAT MORE POftK PORK ROASTS Lb. 33c PICNICS Lb. 29c Dick's Meats & Groceries Bailey's Store Jorcjenson Lockers Priebe's Store FENTON On February 28th— We close our books for the year. We arrange our credit files for the ensuing year. We would like to report all our customers prompt pay. Before February 28th— We would appreciate full settlement of all accounts. We request that errors on your statement, if any, be called to our attention. Thank you, Fenton Co-Op. Elevator Co. FENTON, IOWA /«• NOW GIVING REGULAR COLOSS Deep colart slightly highir •PMIM* PAINT SPECIAL GREEN STAMPS * HANSEN'S STANDARD SERVICE FENTON, IOWA Bumper to Bumper Service at Arnie's - Atlas Tires, Tubes & Batteries — Washing and Greasing - Tire Repairing - Auto Accessories • Green Stamps ALSO ISSUED BY from PAINT HEADQUARTERS PAINT ROLLER or PAN Your choice * or both for 39< i 69< DICK'S MEATS AND GROCERIES .STAPli GROCERIES -- FRESH MEATS FREH FRUITS and VEGETABLES 1 6S This is the Nationally Famous <htf Green Stamp Issued by Over 100,000 Merchants in the United Stat- All 4#{. Green Stamp s go in the Same Collector's EACH REGULAR $ l,S9 VALUE —STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON, IOWA Book and are Redeemable By Mails or Any of Our Re demption Stores. SAVE AS YOU SPEND m i

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