The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 9, 1962 · Page 18
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OCTOBER 9,1962 4-Alflona (la.) Upper Det Maine* Tuesday, October 9, 1962 *«^^.^^^"^V^"™^^ SATURATION SHREDDING! 60 inches of '"impact" that operates faster and does o better job, of shredding stalks and pasture clippings, heavy brush end Orchard pruning clean-ups. BRADY 606T Impact Choppers are designed for lowest horsepower and feature 28 frea Swinging knives that deliver an impact cut that cannot be duplicatedl BRADY IMPACT CHOIRS STOP IN AND COMPARE .. . ftie design ... the efficient operation ... the cost ... the saturation shredding of a BRADY 606T Impact Chopper! Whatever you are chopping ... YOU CAN DO IT CLEANER, FASTER AND WITH LESS TRACTOR POWER AND TIME WITH A BRADVJ Authorized Dealers FENTON MOTOR CO. FENTON, IOWA There's a space in every home for LENNOX WARM AIR HEATING A place in every budget, too! Gone are the days when a "furnace room" was waste space in every, home. Today you can hide a trunk-size Lennox unit in the attic —or behind a closet doorl Your family will love that clean, silent, automatic warm air heat. • Best of all, it'll cost you only pennies per day to do the job—now! Come hi o» phone lor • FREE heating •urveyj . '*9 KRB1HHHK/ McFALL Plumbing-Heating ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING - KELVINATOR APPLIANCES FENTON, IOWA IT'S TIME ZEREX—PRESTONE WARREN—DOUGLAS ANTI-FREEZE Does Not Boil Away - One Fill All Winter Non-Corrosive - Rust Inhibited IN ONE GALLON LOTS $1.69 GAUOftf Cain & Carry - No Limit to Purchase KRAUSE 'W SALES FENTON, IOWA 48,600 Sale Price Of 120 Acres At Ringsted Published By Th» Uppaf Ds« Moin.t Publishing Co., Alflona, lawn MRS. JANICE STUCKI New* Editor A 120 acre farm located in Den mark township. I wo miles past o Ringslecl sold for S'lH.fiOO Thursday night or $405 per aore. The farm, owned by Leslie Laison, was sold to Fred Henriksen a Hingsted farmer who lives aboul a mile from the Larson farm Larson said that he put the arm up for sale because he was moving to Arizona. The farm, called one of the finest in Emmet county, is all under cultivation. Improvements include a modern hree - bedroom house, overhead orn crib with inside elevator, irec cattle sheds, chicken house, log house, machine shed, garage, ay shed, two cemem feed floors and pressure water system to all lots and buildings. Auctioneers were Lyle Benson. Lloyd Berkland and Lloyd Clark. Air Larson is moving to Mesa. Arizona and will continue in the imestment sales field there. United Nations Topic Theme Of Fenfon W.S.CS. Kcnlon — The Fenton Method M Women's Society of Christia Service met Thursday afternooi Mrs Roy Chrischilles led the dev (ions and Mrs .Jessie Newel pro sentcd the program about th I'nited Nations. Several womer assisted Mrs Newel with the pro gram by reporting on L'N relatec agencies. Mrs Clarence Yager spoke on the World Health Orgonization which was founded in 1948. The agency was created exclusively to help children of the world and I'NICEF. A few cents will buy pills or shots for the underprivi- ledged children. Mrs Ed Reimers spoke on the FAG, the Food and Agricultural Organization. Mrs Frank McFall spoke on WMO. the World Meterorological Organization. Mrs Emil Frank, on I'NESCO the I'nited Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization, Mrs Wit/red Stoeber spoke on the ICAO, the International Civil Aeronautics Organization, and .Mrs Dale Weisbrod spoke on the IAEA, the International Atomic Energy Agency. The W.S.C.S. voted to buy a S5 basic membership to the United Nations. K e c u m m e n d ations adopted were that the society hold a service of prayer and self denial during World Wide Prayer. That the W S.C.S. serve the' monthly luncheon of the ministers anil | wives of the Algoiu Sub-District un Nov. ',',. Plans were made for the annual turkey supper to be at the church on November 5. Mrs Arlo Kanney presented a special feature on the origin of hymns assisted by Mrs Clayton Uilsworlh at the piano. Mrs Richard Stucki and Mrs Retta Eiglcr were guests. The hostesses were Mrs Ralph Weisbrod, Mrs Lester Weisbrod and Mrs Clarence I'n- deruoud. Mr and Mrs Fred I'.oyken. former Fenton residents now of California, are visiting friends in Fenton and relatives in Titonka. They united ia.-,t week uith Mr an.; Mi, l-rc-d MurtcnM-n. Mr and Mi- S>Kexier Hum/inner and Mr iind Mr-, Maynard N'eniil/ Ml- anil Mr-. \lln it Mile In Mr and Mr-, M,,n^ Mu.'hell i''l Tluii -d,i\ unh the CruMci Sk.iari in I'l ,11114,a-. Mi-, I . II lin-jcr \jsiird s.-pi. '-•> to d(t 1 ailh the huane I)re_s i i -• and inc Aiiin Kohlwe., at Humboldt. Homecoming Set For Oct. 19th Kenton—Friday, Oct. 12 is Dad'.. Night at the football game with Sentral playing Swea City. Friday Oct. IP, is Homecoming and Sen tral plays Rake. The school cor dially invites everyone to the homecoming activities. Choose Cast, Junior Play, At Senfral High Fpiiton — The Sentral Junior class play cast has been chosen by director, Mr Fain. "We Shook The Family Tree" will be presented on Friday evening, Nov. 9. The cast of characters are Hildegard— Jackie Laabs, Mr Dolson (Father) Steve Berkland, Mrs Dolson (Mother) Jane Struecker, Sally — Linda Ramus, Bob — Willie Pettit, Jimmy — Dennis Tippie, Paige — Lynn Kerber. Ellie May — Judy Geitzenauer. Jill — Gloria Householder, Freddie Shermer — D£n- r.is Howe, Mr Shermer — Loren Menz. Mrs Shermer — Joan Wich- tndahl. Wayne Stoeber is assistant director, make-up ladies, JoAnn Breese and Carol Shaw, set designers, Shirley Osborn and Judy Luecltke, prompters, Mary Hantelman and Shirley Sullivan, Stage manager, George Bierstedt, assistants, Daryle Zwiefel, Jim Bergum, Gary Berkland and others. Lloyd Kern, Mrs Olaf Norland and Mrs Harold Eimers to chose the officers for the election next month. The hostesses were Mrs William Hantelman, Mrs George Jentz and Mrs John Fuhr. Mrs William Bruhn and Mrs Ed Bruhn were guests. Air Force Tests Sgt. Johnson of Sioux Falls, So. Dak. gave AQE Air Force tests to twelve Sentral senior boys on Friday morning. Seniors taking the tests were Don Yager, Gary Pija- hn, Lynn Bierstedt, David Potratz, Glen Hantelman, Paul Hantelman, Bill Weisbrod, Vernon Wil- >ert, Francis Lieb, Dennis Newel, Dennis Frink and Jim Weisbrod. Mrs Gerald Jentz, was an overnight guest of Beth Ann Feye on Thursday night. Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler, Mr and Mrs Herbert Krause and Mr and Mrs Harold Wehrspann visit ed with their children, Judy, Her bie and Barbara, over the weekenc for the Father's Day weekend at SCI in Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs Roy Valentine Omaha, are the parents of a son born Tuesday, Oct. 2. The baby has a brother Leslie, 8, and a sister Christie nearly 5. Mr and Mrs John Gramenz are the maternal grandparents and Mrs Valentine Is the former Lorraine Gramenz. ''hurch News Rev. Oliver Johnson, pastor at Depew. and Kenneth Halverson attended the Ingham Lake - Oko- wji Bible Camp board meeting at Storm Lake on Wednesday. St. John's Lutheran ladies aid met... Wednesday afternoon. The opic "Stretching Your Dollars" tvas given by Rev. W. H. Friedich. Mrs Martin Ohm, vice chairman, presided at the business meeting. The Algona zone meeting f the Lutheran Women Mission- ry League will be held at Fair- Mile on Wednesday. The nominating committee was chosen — Mrs Mrs Carl /umach is recovering rom recent surgery at Holy Famy Hospital In Estherville and ex- >ects to be released soon. Judy Berkland, student at SCI, edar Falls, visited in her parent- I Lloyd Berkland home over the weekend. Mrs Marion Stucki and Mr and Mrs Floyd Burd visited over the eekend of Sept. 30 with Burd's sister, Mrs Eva Radditz in Pine Island, Minn. Monday evening, Oct. 1 guests of the Lloyd Kerns were Mr and Mrs Art Mueller, Mrs Amanda Kern, Mr and Mrs Franklin Muel ler and sons and Mr and Mrs, Clarence Yager and sons. The occasion was in honor of Lloyc Kern's birthday. Franklin Mueller and Nicky Howard Bierstedt and Margaret and Max Hiatt, Emmetsburg, attended the Baltimore and Minnesota Twins baseball game in Mpls. on Sunday, Sept. 30. Upon return ing home Mr and Mrs Hiatt and family, Bierstedt and Margaret ^ were supper guests of the Muellers. Mrs Carl Krueger was a Sun _ day, Sept. 30 dinner guest of Mr « • and Mrs Frank McFall. Krueger had returned for the day to their home in Watertown, Wis. Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family visited over the weekend of Sept. 30 with Mrs Hantelman's parents, Mr and Mrs W. B. Schmidtke in Morristown, Minn. Susan Hantelman of Minneapolis also visited for the weekend. The occasion was to celebrate the birthdays of Becky Hantelman and Mr Schmidtke. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Scribner visited over the weekend of Sept. 30 with Mrs Thomas Scribner and family in Waconia, Minn. Sgt. Thomas Scribner is at Fort McClellan in Alamaba for four weeks training in chemical warfare, after which he will teach what he has learned in Minnesota. Karen Jentz. daughter of Mr and Sorry — We Couldn't Find a Picture . . . BUT... WE HANDLE THE FAMOUS STANHOIST ELEVATOR More For Less WEISBROD IMPLEMENT In Friendly Fenton (3ci-40; Ringsted F.F.A. Boys Awarded Five Trophies limited — Kindled bo\ s re ccned awards from the Knunet < HUM) Slate Bank at K.->therulle uixl Knitted for Iheir top place \- innings in the Kmmet County i Km. Trophies, were presented to U;e bo;, , at the annual FFA Awards dinner held recentl) at I | Ihe U W Hall m Kslhencdle. ' ! I'hoic riven my li'ophie-> were II .lie) Madden for the champion .-hip sleer, Dennis .McMlllin also ot Itingsted. for the reserve ! championship steer: 1'aul Bannis! ter of hingsted was awarded two trophic- toi haung the champion pen ol Ine market hogs and grand I champion lamb. j Jai k (.reek Feeders Club ol i Un.ysied reeened the herdsman- 1 ship award for bab> beel, Lincoln iio-uelters ol Kslherulle received Hie swine hei dmanship award, with 'JweKe Mile Lakers rcceu- UJ 0 tht, dalij FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Re». Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building . Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W, Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER If The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Intei*it la Fen ton I LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm toani And Auction Service Phont 333 Fenton, Iowa COMING FENTON i WAY SOON I 15 REASONS WHY! Watch For It! • Pcrmnncnts • Hair Color • Hair Trims • Damaged Hair Treatments LAEL'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 99 — Fenton, Iowa 2 MINUTES OF WORTH-WHILE READING! FALL FERTILIZER APPLICATION IS THE MOST EFFECTIVE, ECONOMICAL WAY WHY? 1. Soil is in good shape to support heavy equipment. Any soil packing will be broken by winter freezing. 2. All grades of fertilizer are available in the fall. 3. No need to get behind in the spring work; apply all your fertilizer this fall. 4. Tests show that fertilizer applied in the fall usually gives better yields the following year, than the same amount and grade applied in the spring. 5. Fall application of your fertilizer helps rot down your stalks, stubble and green manure, and is in moist soil for your crops to use next spring. 6. Top dress your meadows this fall to reduce winter kill and add yields per acre in 1963. 7. On our heavy soils nitrogen may be applied this fall with little or no danger of leaching. 8. Our fertilizer prices are lower in the fall, so take advantage of the lower costs and apply this fall. n. Our new modern dry blending fertilizer plant can supply you with any amount of the various plant foods your soil may need. Stop in and look over our plant. 10. We have 3 tractor-drawn and 1 truck fertilizer spreader for your use this fall. 11. We would like you to stop in and let us work out your fertilizer program with you now before you get into the season. This can turn out to be your most profitable time spent during the coming year. 12. Don't get caught with a wet late spring with no time to get your fertilizer applied. If this happens to you it means hundreds of dollars losses on your 1963 crop. OUR NEW MIXING PLANT IS AT YOUR SERVICE FENTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR Fenton, Iowa WATCH YOUR DOLLARS GROW HERE . . . ON CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS Most dreams demand a cash foundation . . . and you can have It — by saving regularly nere. Our high dividend payments help you reach your goal mo-.e quickly, too. §9/ open your account today and watch your "fancies" turn intp fact! Call or come in for complete details. YOUR SAVINGS ARE FULLY INSURED UP TO $10,000 BY FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION CURRENT RATE PER ANNUM ON CERTIFICATES OF PiPOSIT FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK FENTON OFFICE I i:

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