The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 20, 1956 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 20, 1956
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MAS. AiDltH HALVMSON November 20, 1956 Publ!ih«d By f(t« Wpp«f tt*i Moln.» Publishing Co., Algeria, Iowa Mrs E. J. Frank Hostess, Fenton Woman's Club Fenton—The Fenton Woman's Club met in the home of Mrs E. J. Frank Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 13 at 2 o'clock. Mrs Sarah Weisbrod was assisting hostess. Mrs Ray Stoeber, club president, presided at the business meeting. Christinas projects were discussed. Mrs W. E, Laage and Mrs Wil» fred Stoeber had charge of the program. Mrs Laagc gave an interesting report on the history of Ellis Island, Bedloes Island and the Statute of Liberty. Mrs Stoeber, gave an interesting and descriptive report on a trip to the East coast, which the Stoeber family made last June. She also showed colored slides of the many interesting places they visited. Mrs Blanche Huskamp and Mrs Don Shaw were guests. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. The December meeting will be at the home of Mrs Ray Stoeber with Mrs Ed Bruhn co-hostess on Stewardship and Mrs Lawrence Johannesen presented Charity and-Box Work. The Thank Offering envelopes were turned in at this meeting. 31akjer Aid Meets The Blakjcr WMF met Thursday afternoon with hostesses, Mrs Curtis Olsen and Mrs Henry Wilberg, the latter who acted in the absence of Mrs Otto Wilberg. Mrs Ted Jcnson presented a topic Bridge And 500 A Bridge and '500' party was sponsored by the Town and Country Woman's Club, the money of which is to be used for a future youth project. Twenty - seven tables were in play. The prizes for Bridge were won by Mrs Emma Reimers, high; Mrs Emil Bierstedt, low; Ervin Gremmels, high and Herbert Krause, low. For '500' the prizes went to Mrs Jessie Newel, high; and Mrs Retta Eigler, low; J. Wallace Smith, high and Eugene Hiiskainp, low. A delicious two-course lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mr and Mis Roelf Miller and Ruth spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs Carl Veer Jr. and family at Adams, Minn. Mrs Ray Priebe is hospitalized at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville following a heart attack, which she suffered early Tuesday morning. Mr and Mrs William Hanlel- man and family, Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman and Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn were Sunday supper guests in the Gerharl Hantelman home in honor of Mrs Hantclman's birthday. A number of ihe senior members of the local WMF attended the Sub-District Youth Rally held at Armstrong Sunday evening. The local group were in charge of the worship service. The Ellen Circle of Ihe WSCS met Friday afternoon with Mrs Wilfred Stoeber with Mrs Don Shaw assisting hostess. Mrs John Light was in charge of devotions and Mrs Gerald Gochenour presented the lesson. Mrs Frank McFall was in charge of the prayer service. Two guests were present, Mrs Josephine Groeling of Orchard, Neb. and Mrs Harvey Walker. Mrs Martin Hantelman and Mr and Mrs William Hantelman attended the open house for the new school at West Bend Sunday afternoon. Mrs Josephine Groeling of Orchard, Neb. arrived about a week ago for a visit with her sister. Thursday, Nov. 29 — St. John's Lutheran WMF at Depew. Mrs Mary C. Hansen. Visitors in the M. E. Miatt McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING * "We Sell, install or Service" FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES - BOTTLE GAS SERVICE PHONE 120 or 111 FENTON Farmers to Be John Deere Day Guests Feature Film to Highlight Complete Entertainment Program home last weekend were Mr and Mrs Gene Hamilton and family of Omaha, Neb., Mr and Mrs Jim Hiatt of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Mr and Mrs Charles Walton and family and Mr and Mrs B. Green and Ernest of Des Moines ana Raymond Gremmels of Cedar Rapids. On Sunday Mr and Mrs Hiatt entertained at the dinner Mr and Mrs Charles Walton and family, Mr and Mrs Hamilton and family, Mr and Mrs Jim Hiatt, Mr and Mrs Green and Ernest, Mr and Mrs Delond Bolte and family of Fenton, Donald and Allen Bolte of Waterloo, Mr and Mrs Max Hiatt and family of Burt, Margaret Kuhl and Lucy Froendt of Spencer and Mrs Clara Gremmels, and Dick Hiatt, the latter who is home on a 26 day leave from the Navy. He %vill report back to Long Beach, Calif, this Saturday, Nov. 24. Saturday night guests last week at the D. Bolte home were Mr and Mrs Charles Walton and family and Mr and Mrs Bernard Green and family of Des Moines, Donald and Allen Bote of Waterloo, Raymond Gremmels of Cedar Rapids and Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Ed Schlei went to Des Moines the first of last week and visited with Mr and Mrs Will Weisbrod, Florence Weisbrod and Mrs Brown. They were house- guests of Rev. and Mrs Waterman. Enroule home, they called at the Edwin Josten home at Klemmc. There will be a special Band Mothers meeting on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 28. All members arc urged to be present for this meeting which will be at 2:30 nt the school. There is special business to be taken care of. Within the next ten days or so, the local Boy Scouts will be calling on the people in Fenton to take orders for Christmas ! "wreaths and sprays. If the boys do not contact you, and you desire a Christmas wreath or spray, be sure to call Scoutmaster Gil Scribner. The Fenton Township Homemakers met on Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs Martin Hantelman with Mrs Ed Bruhn co- hostess. Mrs Henry Schroeder and Mrs Gerald Radig gave a lesson on freezing foods. Mrs Lloyd Berkland was in charge of the entertainment. Whittemore Lady On 4 Months Trip, California Whittemore—Mrs Adelia Meyer left Sunday at midnight from Perry for Sacramento, Calif., where she will visit for four months at the homes at her daughters, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Wessing and Mr and Mrs Eldon Browning and their families. She plans to be home again by April 1, 1957. Mr and Mrs Sterling Simonsoh left Friday morning for Omaha, where they spent the weekend with friends, Mr and Mrs John Young. Mr Young was formerly employed here with the Bauer Implement Company. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and son Gary and daughter Helen Lynette and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Oppegard of Albert Lea visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith Sunday afternoon. Mrs Margaret Wagner had as dinner guests at her home'Sun- day - evening, Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson and family of Rolfe. The women are sisters. Other guests at the Wagner home Sunday evening were Mr and Mrs Arthur Mathers and daughter Arlene of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Reinhard Ostwald, Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt and James of here, Mr and Mrs Ewald Voigt, James Scuff- ham and Laura Broesder of Al- ijona. The occasion was Arlene Wagner's birthday. Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Loebach entertained a group of relatives in honor of their father, Joseph Loebach Sr. on his 80th birthday with a birthday party Tuesday evening. The guests included Mr and Mrs Joseph Loebach Sr. and daughters Mary and Agnes, Mr and Mrs Joseph Loebach, Jr. and lamiliy and James Derner ot icre, Mr and Mrs Arthur Kohl- laas and family of Bode, Sgt. and Mrs C. E. Drennen and family of Chicago and Mr and Mrs H. J. Engler of Cedar Rapids. Mrs Emma Smith of Metamora, 111. arrived Wednesday to visit at the home of her sister, Mrs Geo, S. Elbcrt fpr several weeks. Mrs Melvin' A. Elliert, Mrs LeRoy Farrell, Mrs Conrad Higginsi Mrs Emma Knecht and Mrs- Joseph Esser attended the County American Legion Auxiliaiy meeting at Fenton, Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Fred Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Nick Reding and Mrs Lucy Besch returned home from Morton, 111. where they spent the weekend at the home of^Mr and Mrs Walter Fandel. Mrs Fandel is the daughter of Mrs Besch. Janice Bergeson returned Tuesday from Milwaukee where she spent several days visiting with her sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Q. W. Torpin. Word was received of the death of Mrs R. B. Girton in Mason City. The Girtons were former Whittemore residents and Mr Girton operated a grocery store here. Mrs P. J. Fuchsen and her daughter, Mrs Cleo Wasson left Some of the most beautiful scenery in Jha country provides the backdrop for the picture "Heavens to Betsy," feature film of the John Deere Day program to be staged for farmers and their families. This photo shows the cast and camera crew on location in Colorado. Area farmers and their families Dion* Day programs will rcmein- will IK- quests at John Deere Day, bei Tom aticctionately as the de- a full day of entertainment pre- liyhtful .skeptic who, in .spite of pared especially for them by the himself, itsually bungles his way ho.-;Is for the affair, the Wei.-ibrod outt of ln.s difficulties. He does Implement, Fcnton's John Deere it. attain in the picture, "Please dealer. The event will be held at Pass the Pasture." The Fenton Theatre on Wodncs- ,..-., i clay. Dec. 5. at 1:15 p.m. The pi-..- 1 ho laU-.-t in the popular series, ,;.am will be highlighted by six "Odditu-s in tarininB will take all-color motion pictures, includ- tht> aurlit-nro to Holland, Mich.• """ tor th.i annual tulip festival it will be shown how in that region beautiful flowers be- Independence 4-H Club Meets Fenton—Vergenc Norland was hostess to the Independence Idealist 4-H Club in her home Monday evening. Members answered" roll call by telling what they planned to make for the coming year. Plan were made for the Christmas party which will be held December 10th. Committees were appointed for the lunch, the entertainment and decorating. Vergene Norland gave a demonstration on 'Simple Care of a Sewing Machine. Another demonstration on 'Selection and Preparation of Material' was presented by Mary Jane Brown. Kathryn Jacobson gave a talk on 'How to use color in yom wardrobe aii'l Phyllis Jacobson spoke on 'My clothing plan. 1 Following the adjournment of the meeting by President Lois Berkland, lunch was served by the hostess. Tuesday morning by auto and will visit with relatives and friends in Chicago and Peoria, 111. and will also visit with the formers son, Joseph Fuchsen and family in Willmington, 111. Ringsted Boys Defeat Lakota Ringsted took the boys game, 46-34, and Lakota the girls don- test, 79-68, in' a basketball doubleheader at Lakota Nov. 13. The Lakota girls, coached by John Cook, won their game in the second period. The winners held a slim 17-16 edge at the end of the first eight minutes of play, then poured on the coal to run the bulge to 39-26 at half-time. Ringsted chopped off two points from the Lakota lead during the final half, but couldn't overcome the winners, who were led j by Karen Thomsen's 40 point output. Barrett had 22 and Sachs 17 points for the winners, while Jo Ann Andreasen counted 38 for Ringsted. Ringsted led all the way in the hoys contest. It was 9-4 at the quarter, 17-13 at the half and 27-22 at the three-quarter mark. Lakota's starting line-up of three sophomores, a junior and a senior, showed definite improvement during the game. Smith led Ringsted with 23 points, while Sachs got 13 for Lakota. District lii the Counties of KoSsuth and Palo Alto, State of Iowa, issue bonds In an amount not to exceed $450,000.00 for the purpose of carrying out a high school building program consisting of erecting a new high school building, procuring as a site therefor approximately ten acres of land lying in the Northeast Corner of the Southeast Quarter (SEW) and in the Southeast Corner of the Northeast Quarter (NEU) of Section Nine (9), Township Ninety-seven (97) North Ranee Thirty (30), West of the 5th P.M., Kossvith County, Iowa, and procuf- ing and improving adjoining land as a site for an athletic field in and for sold School District." The polls for said election will be open from twelve o'clock noon until seven o'clock P.M. of said day and for said election the whole of said Community School District has been consolidated into and will constitute one voting precinct and the polling place therefor will be at the school building in the Town of Lone Rock, Kossulh County, Iowa, at which time and place all of the qualified voters of said School District are hereby notified to appear. This notice is given by order of the Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School District pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 296, Code of lown, 1954, and to a sufficient petition with the requisite signatures In accordance therewith and as ordered by a resolution adopted by the Board of Directors on the 5th day of November. 1956. Dated at Seneca Township, Kossuth County, Iowa, the 5th day of November, A.D., 1956. • /s/ Marjorle Countryman Secretary Board of Directors (Published Nov. 13, 20, 27th and Dec. 4. 1956, in The Algona Upper D Moines) CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my many friends and relatives for the cards, flowers and calls, received during my slay at the Holy Family Hospital. W. H. Eimers. 47* Read The Want Ads - It Pays! MAKt THIS IfH* HAftftWAftK «TO«« VOU* FOR 6IFT3 * . THAt •MOUfl* ft THERE'S A BIG 32-PAGE GIFT GUIDE FOR CHRISTMAS COMING TO YOUR HOME SOON . . . HUNDREDS OP TIMELY SUGGESTIONS FOR GIFT GIVING DIRECT FROM STOBER HARDWARE NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the qualified voters of the Sentral Community School District, in the Counties of Kossuth and Palo Alto. State of Iowa, that n special school election has been called and ordered to be held in and for said School District on the 15th day of. December, lf)5fi, whereat there will be submitted to the voters of said Sentral Community School District, to be by them voted upon, the following proposition, to-vit: "Shall the Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School ...for all your BANKING needs ins UK' fi.-aturL- picture "Hoavrns ^ an> 1( to BeLsv" and will include rlcm- wnc-:c> nnstrations and displays of iu'\v tractors and equipment. come a paying crop. New Equipment for 1957 Th< feature "Heavens to Betsy" i., described as a picture Other films <.n the program arc tailored to the astes of modern dovil , rd t(J all introduction to farm folks and which centers m , w fyrm ( , qulpnien t f or 1957. around u typical Jarrn wife and Th f ainicrb w ,n see the corn- mot her who. to her own surprise. | L . te is nominated as a candidate for '— "Mother of the Year." It is a lifelike story that intimately touches upon the trials, the anxieties, the joy. and the comedy which is 'so much a part of family iife and which makes the fic- li'lious Ropi'i family seem as "liio new line of John Deere Tractors under actual working conditions and will be given an explanation of all the fine ne_w iealurcs that promise to make possible new strides in progressive agriculture. next door." To See Five Additional Movies In addition to the feature pic- The program will be free to all larmi'is i.nd their familie.-, and ii lends. He cautioned, however, that admission would be by ticket only. Farmers who have ture, the John Deere Day audi- not yet received their ticket..,nav once will be treated to five addi- have them by ca ling at Vv 01,- imnal all-color films, Mr Lcs bred implement at lenVon. Weisbrod taid. In one. Tom Gor- ,,,,1,,,,,^ ...ill don. perennial John Deere Day Free col ice and doughnuts will iuvonte, will "ride again" on thv be served at the store lollowing rocky road to wisdom. AH who Mrs Hansen Is Auxiliary Hostess Fenion — The Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon, Nov. 9th in the home of Mrs Arnold Hansen, with twelve members present. During the business meeting, it was voted to send a girl to Girl's Sti-ite this next summer. $5.00 was s"nt !•) the Glenwond State School. Thirteen dozen homemade cookies and two Toni permanent kits were sent to the home jif Woodward. The December meeting will be with Mrs Hans Baas" instead of H gift exchange, each member is to bv'mg 50c which will 1'" sent to an institution. Each mf-mber is also makim 1 , a ("'hris'nvo S ><•!; for the home at Woodward. Mr- Martin Ohm request.-, thai these socks lie turned in to her by Dei-ember M. so thai she can get them packaged and smt to Wood- Coming Events Nov. 22 tiirougj) 25 — Thnuks- i;ivini vacation from scr.oul. Tuesday, Nov. 27 - Do/cas. Sewing Ciicle. We're ready al all limes to help every member ol this community with loans for all needs, savings plans and •Ul bank services. May we assist you too, soon? Savings Are Important For Your Future I And, important to local progress I This helps us make loans to responsible borrowers, building, soundly in this community for ycur future I 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 FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY J. Wallace Smith Agent General Insurance THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTEIMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repairs FENTON, IA. 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 Beef Cattle Feed Supplement All Cattle Feeding Is Built Around Roughage. Supplying The Supplements That Best Fit Into The Customer's Feeding Program Is OUR JOB. SPECIAL PRICES NOW ON FELCO BEEF CATTLE FEED SUPPLEMENTS! Whatever Your Requirements, We Can Furniih It ... And AT A SAVING, WITH OR WITHOUT STILBESTROL. SPECIAL PRICES ON TON LOTS Fenton Co-op Elev* • * * Where You Do Business With Yourself CLOSING-OUT PUBLIC FARM AUCTION Having so)d the farm, I will sell the following farm proper!* al public auction on ihe farm located at. follows' FROM ARMSTRONG—3 east. 5Vz south. 2 east and V* south. FROM FENTON—5 north, 1 %£! and 1 norih. FROM BANCROFTt-9 west and 1 north. FROM SENECA STORE-1 west and 1 north. FROM RINGSTED—5 east and 1 north. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28 SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P.M. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS 17-HI-GRADE HOLSTEIN COWS These cattle are 3 and 4 years old. Closeup Springers or just fresh. Artificially bred. These 'cows originated from WiKoniin ai heifer.. They P have been calfhood bangs vaccinated and have passed TB and Bangs Tests. 4 YEARLING CATTLE — 3 HOLSTEIN HEIFERS and 1 STEER 23 PIGS and 6 SOWS - These are crossbred pigs, averaging 65 Ibs. IB SHEEP - 10 Ewes and 8 lambs 3 GOOD TRACTORS F20 Tractor on Rubber with Cultivator. Fluid in tires, set of 24" tires for tractor, in good condition; F-14 Tractor with Cultivator and Manure Loader; John Deere H Tractor with cult., all tractprs in good running condition. MACHINERY • 1951 Gleaner Baldwin Combine, 6-ft., complete with pickup attachment f an * ,S,°*f lf u/L,!«n iMt* Tractor Disc • John Deere 10-ft. Tandem Disc • AUis-Chalmers 15-ft. Tractor Disc e Western 14-ft Land Roller (Cultipacker) • John Deere 4-section Drag with steel evener • John Deere 8-ft. F}e}d CuHivator % 3_Joh^ T Deere 999 Corn Planters with Tractor Hitch • John Drere Manure Spreader on steel • IHC Manure Spreader on steel • Case 2-row Corn Picker » John Deere 8-fl. Windier Hemp Binder • Cockshut Side Rake • 8 -ft. fwtiUyr Spreader • 1952 Cm Fowge H«Wier with hay and corn head, near new • John Dee r e 40-ft. Elevator and 6-ft Roof Section • 2 Weeders • Humboldt Stalk Cutter, good • Geh B;40 Silage Cutter with .Pipe. A- 1 • Corn Binder • 2— 5-ft. IHC Mowers • 8-row Field Sprayer t IHC 2-18 Plow • 2— IHC 18" Plows • IHC Endgate Seeder, mounted on wagon. HOUSEHOLD GOODS — Bed spring; bookcase; library table; large buffet; 2 dressers; wardrobe (closet); 2 work tables; 15 gallon stone jar; 6 gal Ion stone jar; 5 2-galion stone jars; 4 butter jars or crocks; 1 gallon stone jar; some fruit jars; 1 gal Ion butter churn. MISCELLANEOUS — 100 gal. gas barrel; 50 gal. g as barrel and other barrels; 2 electric fencerss ap- 800 bales of good alfalfa hay; 2 wooden cooling tanks; i submarine type tank heater; f tiff* e.^^ Chicken Feeders and Wilerers; IQ-qt. milkpaiU and 3 strainers; Man chain ho»st; p»p« cutting «o»b ^welder like new; grindstone with flexible shaft and motor; some corn silage. TERMS: CASH, or make arrangements with your banker before sale date. No property removed until settled for. HOWARD E. JONES ESTATE MRS. HOWARD JONB S, ADMINISTRATRIX Yungeberg fc Quinn, Auctioneers first Trust & Savings Bank,

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