The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 30, 1956 · Page 13
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Mil AftOtTH HAlVWiON October 30,1956 Published By ThS Upper Oes Moin« Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, lewa 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 Fenton P.T.A, Be Held On Fenion —The November meeting of the Fehton PTA will be held Tuesday evening, Nov. 6. In charge of the program will be Mr and Mrs Don Boevers, chairman; Mr and Mrs .Lawrence Alt and Mr and Mrs Clarence Arbogast. Serving on the refreshment committee are Mesdarrtes Florence Behne, Ervin Borchardt, Allan Bellinger, Gilbert Bleckwenn, Dean Cannon, C. R. Ditsworth, Dale Douglas, Clifford Douglas, Ray Dreyer, Everett Dreyer, James Woodwick, Harold Wehrspann, Alvin Zumach and Ray Ziefel, the latter us chairman. W.S.C.S. Meets Nov. 1 The Woman's Society of Christian Service is meeting this Thursday, November 1st, with hostesses, Mrs Merle Voigt. Mrs Clarence Menz and Mrs Caleb Hartshorn. Mrs William Haase Meeting To November 6 ...for all your is in charge of the worship period and Mrs J. Wallace Smith will present the lesson. , Classmates Reunite Mrs George Lentz of Circle, Montana and Mrs Howard Bleck- field of Armstrong called recently on Mrs Walter Widdel. Mrs Lentz and Mrs Widdel attended grade school together. On College Honor Roll LaVonne Cody, daughter of Mr and Mrs Amer Cody, was one of the 6 students of the 215 enrolled at Augustana Academy to attain the honor roll for the first six weeks period at school. In order to be placed on the honor roll a student must have a 'B' average for the period. charge of the devotions and Mrs J. Wallace Smith presented the lesson. Mrs Jack Gerhardt presided at the business meeting and Mrs Frank McFall was in charge of the prayer service. Guests were Mrs Ervin Johnson, Mrs Emil Frank and Mrs Lyle Newel and daughters Suzanne and Jan. Bsrlha Circle Meets The Uertna Circle of the Methodist church met October 11 at the home of Mrs Art Voigt, with Mrs Willis Speer co-hostess. Mrs Clarence Arbogast, program chairman, opened the meeting and led the devotions. Members volunteered comment during Mrs Clarence Underwood's presentation of chapter two of the study book 'Youth in a Responsible Society.' Fifteen members answered needs We're ieady al all times io help every member of Ihis community with loans for all needs, savings plans and *U1 bank services. May we assist you too, soon? Savings Are Important For Your Future! And. important to local progress! This helps us make loans io responsible borrowers, building soundly in this community for your future! It's Good Business To Pay Bills By Bank Check Your cancelled check for payment—whether for business or household bills — is your permanent recepit. Open a convenient checking account, here ! First Trust & Savings Bank - Fenton and Armstrong, Iowa Independence Mixers The October meeting of the Independence Mixers was held at the Eugene Huskamp home with L-ightecn members answering roll call by telling about an interest-l- iny summer experience. Our chairman, Mrs Earnest VoUeler opened the business meeting by asking for reports of accidents. She told about the lessons to be given and asked for volunteers to attend the training schools. She urged all the Township officers to attend the Farm Bureau Womens Workship to be held Nov. 2, at one of the churches in Emmetsburg. Freedom will be one of the new goals stressed. The November meeting will be at Mrs Amer Cody's home with Mrs Everett Hartman assisting hostess. Roll call will be 'Did You Vote'? Mrs Eugene Huskamp gave an interesting report on the Farm Bureau Women's trip to Des Moines. The lesson Better Grooming was given by Mrs Robert Krause. Mrs Clarence Wegcner assisted Mrs Huskamp with refreshments. Those present besides the hostesses were Mesdames Clarence Arbogast, Amer Cody, Thomas Twaiten, Joy Jensvold, Bob Johnson, Eldon Rhoades, Ernest Votteler, Everett Hartman, Fred;'i Siems, Clarence Underwood, Olga Huskamp, Carrie Voigt, Bertel Berkeland, Dale Voigt, Earl Lufkin and William Weiner. Ellen Circle Meets The Ellen Circle of the WSCS held its October meeting in the home of Mrs Charles Newel with Mrs Gayiorcl Johnson assisting hostess. Eleven members answered roll call. Mrs Earl Crouch was in roll call by giving one of the Beatitudes. Mrs Earl Lufkin, circle chairman, asked members to volunteer for required donations and working time for tho food and rummage sale, on Octo-i her 20, which was sponsored by the entire Woman's Society of Christian Service. Mrs Eugene Huskamp, distributed envelopes for contributions at the World Day of Prayer Service on Thursday, October 25. • After adjournment of the business meeting, Mrs Merle Coming Events Wednesday, Oct. 31 — Halloween Party. Thursday, Nov. 1st— Woman's Society of Christian Service; Fairvilla Ladies Aid. Tuesday, Nov. 6 — P.T.A. Wednesday, Nov. 7 — St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid. guests in the Henry Wilberg home were Mr and Mrs Rueben Larson and family and Mr and Mrs Harry Bonnicksen and girls of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Otto Wilberg, Mr and Mrs John Andreasen and family, and Mr and Mrs Manno Peitersen of Ringsted and Mr and Mrs Robert Berkeland and boys of Minneapolis. This morning (Tuesday) Mrr, John D. Farrell of Chicago, 111., a law student, called on his grandmother, Mrs Mary C. Han- esn. Mrs Ella Waite and Mrs Paul Hudson are afternoon callers today on Mrs Mary C. Hansen. Farm Sa As I have decided to quit farming, I will sell my farm and all of my farm machinery, located Vi-mile west of the sales barn al Armlsrong, Iowa, on — SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 1:15 P.M. Farm SW'/j of SE Quarter Section 10, Armstrong Grove Twp. 8-ROOM MODERN HOUSE — full basement, electric hot water heater, oil furnace, two-water systems — soft and hard, house is completely redecorated, new built-in cupboards, everything in tcp condition. BUILDINGS — 24 x 40 bam, 18 x 30 chicken house, 18 x 32 cattle shed, 18 x 24 hog house with cement feed floor, 12 x 32 building, 10 x 18 feed shed, corn crib and granary, lean-to machinery shed. CHICKENS - 300 Leghorn PULLETS; HOGS-3 Yorkshire BOARS, (Vaccinated). FARM MACHINERY FARM MACHINERY — • 1947 John Deere "A" Tractor; • 4-row John Deere Cultivator, 2-Yrs. old; • 4-row John Deere Planter. 3-Yvs. old; « 2-row Oliver Corn Picker, 3-Yrs. old • 1942 Allis Chalmers WC Tractor, heal houser for both tractors; • Humboldt Manure Loader with snow bucket; • 38-Ft. Elevator and Speediack; » 8-h.p. Engine for elevator; * 7-ft. Case Tractor Mower; • 15-fl. John Deere Disk; • 4-section Level Drag; • 11-11. Spring Tooth; • McD. Manure Spreader; « Wagon with 6x10 barge box; • Wagon & steel flare box; • Walk-in Hog Feeder; • Steel Hoq Feeder; O 12 x 16 Range House, new; • IHC Self-washing Cream Separator; • 20-Gal. M-W Hot Water Heater; • Chicken equipment of all kinds; • Gas Brooder; * 300-Gal. Gas Barrel; • Traclor Chains; O Many Miscellaneous items. FEED-500 Bu. Oats, Clover Hay, Straw; MILKER-Surge 2-Bucket Milker with Pipeline for 10 cows, 7 Cream ^ans; PONY - Shet- j land Pony, Well Broke. Kernie Halverson, Clark & Clark—Auctioneers First Trust & Savings Bank, Armstrong--Clerk with the NEW P.RE-SELECTS: • Hot or warm wash water • Warm or cold rinse v/ater • 11, 7, 4 or 2-minute washing time • "HI" or "10" agitotor and spin speed • "NORMAL" or "SHORT" cycle • 13, 11, 9, 7 or 5 gals, of wash water in tub "SUOS-SAVcR" lablo Stoeber Hardware FENTON, !A. Fenton Junior Prepare Play For Nov. 7th Fenton—The Junior Class Play will be presented Wednesday evening, Nov. 7 at the Fenton gym. The play entitled 'Deadly ._. _. Earnest' is a comedy in three acts Voigt led a prayer service before by Donald Payton. The play is thp hnstpssps ?.orved refresh- directed by Mrs Roger Walker. Members of the cast are the following Juniors Jervy Waite, Sharon Hantdman, Beverly Randolph, Brcnda Finnestad, Donna DeSart, Janice Stoeber, Joanne Wegcncr. Karen Hainzinger, Roger Dreyer, Don Meinke, Adrian Arbogast, Roger Fink and Stanley Berkland and Joan Gushing, the latter a sophomore. Business Places To Close At Uoon, Nov. 12th Fenton — Fenton business places will close at noon, Monday, Nov. 12, which is the legal holiday for Armistice Day which fiills on Sunday this year, the Fenton Community Club announces. the hostesses served refreshments. Miss Ruth Hodgson is presenting her piano students in a recital to be held Friday evening, Nov. 2nd, at 8 p.m. at the Methodist church. This is open to the public and anyone wishing to come is welcome. Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod and Mrs Blanche Huskamp spent Saturday of last week in Ames to attend Iowa State Homecoming. John Eigler was one of the 120 members of the Iowa State Marching Band to perform at the Iowa Missouri football game at Columbus, Missouri, October 29.' Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara were Sunday guests in the Omeal Nelson home at Humboldt. Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz spent Sunday at the Karl Schwartz home at Rockwell City. Tuesday evening guests in the M. P. Nemitz home were Mr and Mrs L. E. Beaster of Fond du Lac, Wis., and Mr and Mrs John Canham and son of Emmetsburg. The annual Halloween party is being held Wednesday, Oct. 31. All Uic children in costume are to meet at the city park at 7:30 p.m. for the parade to the community center. There will be a judging to choose .a King and Queen. Favors will be awarded to all children. There will also be free movies and lunch for all children in costume. Sunday dinner and supp3r Junior Class Play, Seneca, On Nov. 1 & 2 Seneca — The Junior Class of the Seneca High Schol will pre=» nt its class may. n mystery entitled "The Bkick Derby", in the school gymnasium Thursday and Friday evenings, November 1 and 2. The cast of characters include.-Robert Crouch, as Ted Bronson, the son: Sandra Nolle as Jane Bronson, the daughter; Roger Men?, is Tom Randall, a college boy and Janet Geilenfeld play: the part of Betty K.-iv, a society girl. Cora Kipper, the maid, ir played bv S. Gabcl and J. Hattle plays the part of the chauffeur and caretaker, Dennis Johnson Dbn"= the part of Micky, who is nobody special, and Wimple, ; detective, is played by Rober Hanisch. The play is packed with thrills, Jnughter and suspense, for an evening of good entertainment. cans receiving awards were Jerry England on his Tractor Main- tance Record, Robert Crouch on his Swine Project and David Looft on his garden project. Twenty Seneca home-makers slithered at tho Seneca Hot Lunch Koom for the lesson on cake decorating given by Mrs Russel' Kauffman and Mrs Leo Crowley, Homemakers in attendance- included Bertha Olsen, Theresa Stelflug. Mrs John Johanneserf Mrs Cassie Klocko, Mrs 11 tin.s Thompson, Mrs Fred Brown, Mrs Eldon Brown, Mrs Vicloi Strueckcr, Mrs John Strucck&r. Mrs Calvin Vaudt, Mrs Harold Gronhovd, Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Lyle England, Mrs Earl Crouch, Mrs Ole Peclersen, Mrs Woodrow Kracht, Mrs Clarence Men?, and Mrs Henry Looft. Mrs Ted Jensen and Mrs Lyle Kngbnci were hostesses. The school faculty were guests for refreshments. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs Clarence Menz and will feature a lesson on freezing of fruits and vegetables. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Voigt of Fairmont are the parents of a daughter, Jolleen Kay, 7 Ib. 6 oz., born on Oct. 16. Mrs P. H. Petersen observed her birthday anniversary last Tuesday. Afternoon callers included 'Mesdames Cecil Baldwin, C. O. Bailey, Emma Pannell; August Hanson, Alfred Peterson, Mrs Carlo Petersen and children, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hackbarth of Algona, Mrs O. R. Patterson and Mrs Don Cronk. In the evening. Mr and Mrs Jim Rassmussen, Mr and Mrs Martin Henrickfcen, Mr and Mrs Hoi gar Petersen and the Alfred Peter- pen family called on her. FOR SALE — COMBINATION doors, 2-8x6-8, at $12.50. Thompson Yards. Fenton (44) Mr and Mrs George J Mott of O'Neill, Neb., and Miss Julia Mott of Mitchell, S. D. were weekend house guests of their sister, Mrs Mary C. Hanson of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Malrien Haase of Burt were Thursday evening supper guests at Mrs Haaue's grandmother, Mrs Mary C. Hansen. Mrs George Jorgenson and Miss Bertha Krissen called Sunday afternoon on Mrs Mary C. Hansen.' Miss Krissen was a supper guest. Home On Leave Jerry Wilberg, ATAN, who is in the nnvy and h;>.s been stationed at Memphis, Term, arrived home Wednesday morning for a 30-day leave with his parents, the Martin Wilbcrgs. At the termination of his leave he will report at Norfolk, Va., where he expects to be stationed six weeks. He th'jn expects to be shipped overseas, possibly to Europe. Members of the Seneca boys and girls 4-H clubs, the Seneca Stars, the Seneca Sparklers, the Seneca Progressive Farmers, and their fathers were guests at a banquet given by Roger Linde at the Svvea City high school gymnasium Monday evening. Sent-- 1 Used Circulating Oil Burner, 10 Inch ___- ._' $20 1 Used Conversion Gas Burner, In Good Shape $25 1 Used Conversion Oil Burner JOHNSON TANK HEATERS This Is The Time of Year To See That Your Tank Heater Is Right — Let Us Quote You Facts and Figures. FENTON You Need No Supplement With This Feed Bring In Your Own Grain If We Furnish The Grain Fenton Co- per 100 Lbs. per 100 Lbs. Everything You Cook will be more Delicious because of "NO GUESSWORK AND NO CONSTANT WATCHING* FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY J. 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