The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1948 · Page 19
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"«» 1- I ', 55 At Fenton's Creamery Ass'n -Fenton—The annual meeting of ,; the'Fenton Cooperative Cream'• ery, company was held Saturday, Feb. 28, with an attendance of about 55 members. Alfred Meyers, whose term expired, was re-elected secretary for .,a te'rm of three years. The ' present officers are H, 3. Gbwans, president; ,B. E. Berkland, Vice president; Alfred Meyers, secr'e* taYy> and d. C. Voigt, H. J. OoW-, ans, Hans Baago and A. H. Meyers, directors. Fred.Kuccker is employed as manager* Arnold Kuecker as buttermaker, Maurice' Weisbrod, assistant, and Wayne Alderson, hauler. The afternoon's program was ih charge of Lester Gini'ich, field man for Kossuth county. Hb led a,'Very interesting discussion on quality, and also showed movies , of interest. The creamery's report for 1947 showed dairy products income of 1 $179,000, expenses! of $10,035.95; patrons received an average of , 81.1 cents per Ib. for butterfat. V Lunch was served by the Fen,, ton circle of Depew church. Infant Baptized f Perry Lee, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers, was. i baptized Sunday,; Feb. 29, in St. John's-Lutheran church, with the Rev. W. H.'Friedrich officiating. :Sponsors -were' 1 Mrs. 'William -Elmers and Art Jentz. '!Mr. and Mrs. Eimers entertained at dinner in honor of the occasion. Guests were Mr. and Mrs»; 1 ;Art Jentz and family, Mr. and JMrs. ' Paul Nemit>j Mr. and Mrs. Donald Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hansen and son of Dolliv- , er, Mr. and Mrs. William Eimers family, Mrs. Kathryn Eim- era and Salome tfttaf; ' Bailed', Al , Depew ; '*W,'«" Patricia ''Ann", irlfaht' .daughter of Mr! a«d;Mfs.*Ervlnffilufffii<:d, •tvas.'bap'tfz-e'd itt-m.^dWrW-JMh- eran church at DepeWH.bn-ySHn- day, : Feb.'. 22. jRev. GilbeiH$ffi .•officiating. Sponsors werg Mr. and ,Mr's. , Melvin , Berkland. JC[arpl Jafhe UeWall ahd Fredltulinlte. Mf. and Mrs. Ruhnke entertained at dhiner in<- honor of , the occasion, ' Gtfepts \vere Mr. and Mrs, 1 'John Ruhnke and Fr&d, Mr. and . Mrs. Melvin Berkland, Mr., and'Mr.s. WUliam 'DeWall; da'fol "JayriS and ''Shirley, ' and Mr*. > ahd >Mrs'."tihris,>EJ?land. 4 .. Another .BapliSm Marilyn 1 t Rbie, infant > .daughter of Mr". } and Mrs. Lldyd Johnson) 'was baptized' Suriday, Feb. s Jf9, jn St. John's Lutheran church at DepeW, With Rev. Gilbert'sbn officiating. Sponsors were Mrs. Elmer' Johnson, Verde'll Borchardt and Merrill Mueller. Dinner gu'ests in- the Johnson home honoring the occasion <\w'ere Mr, and'-Mrs. Elmer Johnson and, family, ,Mr: and Mrs. •, Ludvig .Johnson, ! Mr. and Mrs, Otto'. Borchardt "and family,' Miss Verdell Borchardt of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs.- L, /E. Mueller arid, f am- . V .1 t f ' ' * I' Ne;w, Beauty ^Operator < ' • ' ' ; Mrs, Gene 'Edwards of Estrfcr- ville is assisting Mrs. Ray Thees•' field- in the City Beauty Shop. Mrs/iEdwards : is ,a graduate.,. of.., the Maspn"G j ity 'school of 'beauty culture.' She' has; been -employed as a beauty -. operator' at5 "Spirit : iLake and .Esthei'Ville and is well experienced- in this '.line of:- ; W,ork. The : City Beauty Shop plans to •be open'f or: business on; Mondays, also, in the riear future; 1 ; v-- ,.=•< ' •"'•-.'• /. : i ' ' - • "' ^ 7 ' '' U> J .' . ; P. <T. A«, Meeting ; P.-T. A,; met on Tuesday evening, 'March, r 2 at the gym with a very large crowd in attendance. FUNERAL HOME "WHERE REVERENCE AND 'DIGNITY ENSHRINE A SACRED MEMORY" \ Ambulance Service Day or Night .Phone 11 Algona, Iowa A short business meetirtg Was held after the program. 'Mrs, 'Everett Dreyer had charge of-.the program which opened 'Wit'' •eral selections by the'bartd the direction of'Mi^, Bdrke Muenster of Corwith gave. interesting talk on his'eScfjedifl&!._ to, the South Pole with Admiral Byrd. He also showed . moving film on this same subject. •' > to Head Hed Cross L, W. Nitchals, county chairman of Red Cross fund drive, was«iih Fenton ort Wednesday and appointed Mrs. Raymoftd St'ofebe'r chairman for Fenton,' '. ' ! The Legion Auxiliary' -will riieet on Friday, Mar<ih-i2 ) 'atHhe hohie of Mrs. Re 1 *' Wolfe. ' ,Mirs. Dale Weisbrod. will'.be'the 1 ' ad- hostess,. > ' Remodeling and redecorating will be done at the St. JohA's Lutheran church in Fenton this spring or early summer. Those on the planning committee are Ev> erett Dreyer, Charles Theesfield, Ferdinand Mueller, Ben.Luedtke Art Muller, William Harltelmah and, 1 Rev. Friedrich; -.Tuesday evening ,dinner- guests at the Gerhart Hantelman home were Mrs. Ross Gilbaugh and son Kenneth, and Russell and Helen Westfall of Graettinger. Mrs. Leah Matthiesen .of 'Curlew has been visiting this, week at the Clarence Triggs" home. Mrs. Matthiesen is Mr.s. 'Tfiggs* mother. '. ....... .,>••• Mr. and Mrs. William, IpeWall, Carol Jayne ahd : Shirley' and-;Mr. and Mrs.; Melvin f Berkland Visited Sunday at:the.homes/of.-5Mr. and Mrs. George DeWall'of j'T.er- ril and Mr. and Mrs.' ? KeithiNel- son, of Estherville. "•'•'• ^ ; ' : • Mr. .and Mrs. lEmtt .Prust of Fairmont arid Mr. arid MrsivRay- mpnd Theesfield Were Sunday dinner guests ,at the, •Theodore Christiansen home in •'• Rihigste'd.- Mr. ari(J Mrs. Ray Christiansen were afternoon, guests. .• . The Saturday afternoon Bridge club met on February.-28 at the home 6f Mrs. Ed Priebe. Guests were Mesdames 'Pete Ra"cbbs, Otto- Jensen and Clarence Wegener. MES. Arlo Ranney won high score .and Mrs. Retta'-Eigler. second high. Mrs. Ranney also won a prize for total score. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Priebe, Janice and Steven were last Sunday evening guests at the Martin Ohm home. . • • .. . Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner were guests last Sunday at the. home of Mrs. Anna Bierstedt of.Burt'.' Friends in • Fenton have:>received word from the R. C. ( GoetSChs who are in Mineral Springs,-,Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebe, 'Mr; and Mrs. Otto Jensen and 'Pe^e Racobs_were Monday business callers in Des MoineS. i' Ed Priebe and Pete Racbbs, attended the Chevrolet meetirig.iat the Hanford hotel in Mason 'City on Wednesday. , > Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard' Hantelman and family, Mrs. Mary M| er and'Mrs. Christina Hantelman -were Sunday afterttodn guests at Ihe hom'e 6f Mrs". Dan Hatitelman. '-Jfaf-m' Bureau met 'on 'Mdnda^ evening at the Center school. Rbty 'erf^efklaftcl and Arlo Voigt had fcliafgd at ''the program.' The district: se'rved' refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe have recently re'tUrne'd - from a Vacation <tfip in Florida attd bthei- points of. inte'rest in the South, Russell- Gilbaugh Of- Graettinger. was a supper guest bri Tuesday at the,h'6ftie of his cousin 'Mrs. Kenneth.Halverson and,family. Mr. arid .Mrs. Leo P. Klbert arid children C^rol Ann and Marian'of Cor with, visited Tuesday evening with '.Mrs., Mary: i-tansen, Mr. 'and Mrs. Martin Hantelman were among the guests at a ,birthday party in the Ted Meir liohie ^Sunday evening, honoring ,the'fifth birthday of Cleo Meir, ST. JOE - .,{ irito the- offU^-. H _ m K I there t may n to' .go f '' ihat fo Jgame and " .ice, it is t* •" jChanges/^ if sugge/^' ^stomcij Because of the growing demand, and to give better service and complete satisfaction, . the Fitch Feed Store and the New Clover Leaf Hatchery will combine into one business. M . ,v . .. ;'. •.. '..-•-. . | I I The* business will be known as the Clover Leaf Hatchery & Feed Store •Harold Fitch . Phone 460 Dick Burt MILWAUKEE DEPOT PLAZA White Leghorns ......... $13.50 PER 100 15 \ v fciarnp. .Leghorn Cross ..... $13.50 '^' ' / -PER 100 White Leghorn Pullets ____ $28.50 PER 100 Hamp. Legh, Cross Pullets $28.50 -I .' \\ ' ' PERJOO White Rocks .1 ....... ....$13^95 " .' PER 100" WE HATCH ONE QUALITY A \Mission is to be given in St. .Joseph's church here from Mar. •7 to 14 Hv Reverend Augustine C. Baro. LI. $, C., -a Father of the Saovcd Iloart- .Order. •J'v. nnrt \Mrs. ,Willard Burns of Cor ical Bluffs visited here last •weLk"WilIi the, John Mertz family. -Mrs. .Burns is the former •Emtfgene,,Mertz, daughter of Mr. •and i Mrs. John Mertz. -Mr. and Mrs. John Thul and •Mr. arid Mrs. George -Thul were Sunday dinner guests at the-Eu^gene 5ThUl : home near ' Ledyard. ;;Mrs..-. George -Thur and Laurence :Beeker were sponsors Sunday ;ior-the infant ; daughter of 'Mr. iand Mrs.'-Eugene'Thul. Born on July 20 the infant was baptized Virginia Rose • by Rev. Father Maynard. ' ;Rey. „ Geo. Theobald , spent Tuesday evening and Wednesday in .Sioux. City. •Mr. and /Mrs. Art Illg were callers . on , Father • Frank Illg 61 Mallard on ' Thursday afternoon; •Mr. and. Mrs. Edmund Frideres are the parents of a daughter, born on Feb. 26. Mrs. Frideres' mo'ther, Mrs. Nick Bormann, is caring for the daughter, and «ew baby. The little lady has a slstor and brother. i John Von Bartks * «' * j* /1 *« • Honored, March 2 John Von Bank of Irvingtoh Was honored at a surprise' birthday party Tuesday everting, 'Mar. 2' by relatives ahd frien'ds. ''The fallowing attended: -Mr. and Mrs. 'Jake Haftmari, Rodman; Mr. and '.Mrs.' John Weber, Mr. and Mrs.-Mike Hei- derscheidt, Mr. and Mrs. 'Roy Reeno and family,.Mr.; and Mrs. Bob Wood and Jean Ann, Mrs, Mike Von Bank, all of West Bend. Mr. and- Mrs. Joe Keene and farmlv, Mr. and Mrs. -'-E. A. Gudorian, Mr. and Mrs. W. ,A. Wood and family, all of Lu- Vernc, Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Martin and Earl Jay of Bode, Pete Whirlhng, Blondie and Betty Wood, all of Algona. The evening was spent with music furnished by Mike Heiderscheidl. Harold and Geraldine'.Van.Bank and Mrs. Bob .Wood. .Lunch .was served. faesdlay, 9, YfiYLOR Bmpiiminf Ci, J.I.CA5E MflCHINRRV * HUDSON ERRS nLGONA.IOWA .Burt Phone Meeting .Burt—The annual meeting of the stockholders of the'Burt'Tele- phone company was,: held Tuesday afternoon at the ;'Burt -Savings Bank. C. C.-Smith .was. reelected director,for. a three year term. UNIVERSAL IGHEGKS 0 FOR ANY BANK • IN PADS • HANDY SIZE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS O Don't forget there is only one NUTBENA FEED,' andc.pne NUTRENA GUARANTEE. If your Chicks do not eat our feed more eagerly and drink more water than any other feed in any form, and lay more eggs in a reasonable length of time, bring the unused portion back ,and .yoyr money be willingly refunded. MODEL AU-PUftPOSE Be Coming! For ?%A|^ F vPi ^GlMxZ 1 1940 Chevrolet 2-Do6r;Se* \ dem -i 1932 Chevrolet 2-Dpor Se- '-< dan . | r 1-Used IHC Horse -Spread- ' er A-1 $ 1— Used 2-Row John Deere i Poll Picker 1-2-14 IHC Plow 1— R. C. Case Tractor and. Cultivator on Rubber A- 1 1— Used John Deere Tractor D. 2— Good Used Trailers with Tires 1— Used 3 - Bottom John Deer Plow 1 — 10 Foot John .Deere Disc. (Good) " 19 \L -.'../ MODERN .. • • | PARTS I/;- ^^ DEPARTMENT A Size and Type jj? MODERN ^ to fit Ywf farmM SHOP I- ': • -?M SERVICE /: r &'.•••' We Are Headquarters for WEED SPRAY EQUIPMENT The New Bel-Tilt FARM GATE ^ • Tilt it, wire stays tight «>* f • Easily opened over, snow, dirt, etc. • Fence and barb wire remains tight; regardless of position ' Only gate that will not sag, yet tilts. • NU-WAY BROCKET •POLARIS .-We are laying in the newest and t best weed spray equipment every week.. We have important information regarding Weed pests. Come in yourself and see what we offer in this equipment. We believe you will like our Order Your 2-4-D 40% Spray Early! We will carry large quantities of both Salt and Esteo bases. Come ^n •••.See How the .- . .... ,<„ f m CASE! Feed Saver Hits the Bull's Eye With Both Barrels OUR MODERN DEPARTMENT

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