The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1962 · Page 13
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ftvd. Lone Rock Lady Club Hostess November III Lone. Rock — The Fenton Township Homemakers club met Nov 16 at the home of Mrs Willis Cotton, with .Mrs Ralph Bierstedt as co-hostess. Norma L. Morgan, County Extension assistant, was a guest of and Mrs Gerald Raclig presented a lesson, Mrs Henry .Schroeder gave a report on the workshop she attended last month at Algona and Mrs Duane Habeger led group singing. j •-"" « guisot ui the dub. Mrs Richard Underwood ' The December meeting will be We're Still Looking For The Key! at WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FREE KNIPCO HEATER with Lucky Key We have a brand new Knipco portable circulating air heater padlocked in the store. It will be given away to the farmer in the area who gets a "Lucky Knipco Key" through the mail and opens the lock with the key. The prize Knipco heater is actually a little furnace on wheels. It burns kerosene or fuel oil and circulates 75,000 BTU's of heat per hour. It can be used inside or out without a vent, to thaw pipes, preheat engines, warm repair sheds, hen houses, brooding sheds, or anything else. There are no jingles, no drawing or any "strings." If you are 18 or over and are the first to bring in the key that fits, before the deadline, you win the heaterl WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa PUBLIC SALE )n order to settle the C. M. Gross Estate and dissolve our partnership, we will sell the following described personal property to the highest bidders on the farm located 1 '/ 2 m j| es sou th anc j i/ 4 mile west of Lone Rock; or 5V4 miles straight west of Burt, on Saturday, December 1 SALE TO START AT 12:30 P.M. SHARP MURPHY LUNCH WAGON 26 HEAD OF HOLSTEINS Cow, to freshen in December with 5th calf; Cow, to freshen in January with 3rd calf; Cow, fresh September 15 with 3rd calf; Cow, fresh October 28 with 2nd calf; Cow, to freshen in December with 2nd calf; Cow, was fresh October 12 with 3rd calf; Cow, was fresh September 30 with 1st calf; Cow, was fresh October 20 with first calf; First Calf Heifer to freshen Nov. or Dec.; First Calf Heifer to freshen Nov .or Dec.; First Calf Heifer to freshen by sale date; First Calf Heifer to freshen by sale date; First Calf Heifer to freshen by sale date; First Calf Heifer to freshen in February; 8 Open Heifers. 1 Bull Calf 8 mo. old. 3 Calves. All Females Calfhood Vaccinated and Those Old Enough are Bangs' Tested. All TB Tested. FARM MACHINERY 1950 G.M.C. Vz-Ton Pickup, with grain box, low mileage, new snow tires and in perfect condition. Tractor: 1957 IHC 450; Tractor: 1948 IHC H; Tractor: IHC F-12; Cultivator: 4-row, IHC 455; Manure Loader: IHC, and Snow Bucket; Plow: IHC 16L, 3-16 in. heavy duty; Plow, with Hydraulic Lift: IHC No. 8 2-14; Grain Drill: John Deere, 12-ft. fertilizer arid grass seed attachment, with 7-in. openers; Field Cultivator: IHC 12-ft. on rubber; Combine: Allis Chalmers No. 60, PTO, Scour Clean and rear auger; 4-row Winpower Rotary Hoe, used two seasons; New Holland No. 110 Manure Spreader, PTO, like new; IHC 4-row Corn. Planter on rubber; IHC 7-ft. Power Mower; IHC 3-bar Side Delivery Rake; Pull Type Weed Sprayer; New Holland Farm Trailer with 15-in. rubber; IHC Farm Trailer, 15-in. rubber; New Idea Farm Trailer; 2 Flare Boxes; Good Flat Rack; John Deere Wagon & Built-on Hay Bunk; Oliver Tractor Spreader on rubber; John Deere 10-ft Tandem Disc; 15-ft. Disc and Transport; John Deere Elevator and Speed Jack; 5-section Flexible Drag, Stee Draw Bar; Humboldt Stalk Cutter; Windrower; IHC No, 24 Corn Picker; IHC Endgate Seeder; 8x16 Underslung Machinery Trailer with hydraulic lift; New Heathouser for 450 tractor; Cement Mixer; Tractor-Mounted Wood Saw; 300-gallon Gas Barrel; Steel Stock Tank, BUILDINGS - 12x18 Brooder House. Stanchion Type Hay Bunk. 200-bushel Walk-in Hog Feeder. Bottle Gas Tank Heater. 6 Sheep Feed Bunks. 4 Feed Bunks. 3 Farrowing Crates. Good Loading Chute on Wheels. Electric Chick Brooder. MILKING EQUIPMENT - Nearly new S.P. 11 Surge Milker and 2 new style seamless buckets. 2 IHC Milker Buckets. Stanley 4-can Spray Type Milk Cooler. HOUSEHOLD GOODS - 30-gallon Pressure Type Hot Water Heater; 2 Baby Beds; 1 Bassinet; 2-gal. Pasteurizer. HAY and STRAW - 2000 Bales of Alfalfa. 1500 Bales of Straw. All in the barn and in good condition. CHICKENS - 175 leg-Hamp Pullets, 6 months old. Chicken Feeders, Waterers, Etc. This machinery has been housed and well cared for. Fox Model B Double Barrel 12 ga. Shot Gun and Fancy Case. This is a real good gun that has shot less than a box of shells. Set of Boyt BreeUhing Harness, just like new. 2 White Show Bridles. TERMS: CASH or make arrangements with your banker before the sale. No property to be removed from the premises until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. C, M. Gross istate and Glenn Crouse QUINN & CLARK, Auctioneers BURT SAVINGS BANK, Clerk held at the home of Mrs Paul Voigt with a pot-luck luncheon. A cookie and gift exchange is also being planned. Feather Party A Feather Party, sponsored by the American Legion of Lone Rock, was held at the Legion hall Saturday night, Nov. 17. Door prizes were won by Mrs Donald Radig — a 25 Ib. turkey; Mrs Ed Ohm — a ham; Julian Cherland— a ham; Richard Winter — a 25 Ib. turkey. The ladies of the Auxiliary served lunch. The Auxiliary is planning a 500 card party which will be held Nov. 29 at the Legion hall. Sou Engaged Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus announce the approaching marriage of their son, Gerald Angus Jr., to Karen Hackbart of Manly. They plan to be married at Manly Dec. 9. Both young people live and work at Omaha at the presen/ time. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreycr and Jayne, Mr and Mrs David Dreyer and Mrs Henry Tieman were dinner and supper guests at the Jack Tieman home at Burt Thanksgiving Day. Guests last Sunday at the Ornic- THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Behrends home were Mr and Mrs Siebelt Behrends and Ilia Mae, Mi and Mrs Roy Roberts and family of Spirit Lake, Mr and Mrs Roy Behrends and Keith of Mason City. The occasion was a farewell dinner in honor of Ornie's mother Mrs Lizzie Behrends, who left Tuesday to spend the winter in California. Weekend guests at the Arthur Zumach home were Mr and Mrs Clarence Zumach of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs Orville Whitehurst and daughters of West Des Moines. Sunday evening callers were Mr and Mrs Jim Henke of Blue Earth and Mr and Mrs Marcus Zumach of Whittemore. Weekend visitors at the A. A. Krueger home were their grandsons, Bryan and David Meyer. The boys' parents, the Melvin Meyers of Algona, attended a wedding on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ronald Collins spent several days in Sioux City last week visiting (heir daughter Sharon, who has been quite ill and is a patient at St. Joseph's hospital in Sioux City. Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee and Mike spent the weekend in Iowa City visiting their daughter Susan in lonor of her birthday. She is a freshman at the University of Iowa. Supper guests of Mr and Mr and Mrs Louis Heifner of Titonka and Mrs Tracy Stone, Ricky and Robin of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Bud Miller visited his grandfather H. E. Miller, who is a patient at a hospital in Port Dodge. Mrs Frank Flaig and her daughter Mrs Roger Jensen visited Mrs C. W. Heerdt of Burt at Mason Oity Wednesday. Mrs Heerdt is a patient at the hospital there and underwent surgery Tuesday morning. Lorenz Geitzenauer, Rupert Luedtke and Eddie Luedtke returned last Friday from a week's hunting in Wyoming. Alc/ona (la.) Upper Des Molnei-S Tuesday, November 27, 1962 Mrs Gerald Schmidt and family, Irvington. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson. Mr and Mrs W. B. Schmldtkr. Mr and Mrs Waldemar Schmidtke and Kennard and Mr and Mrs Wilmer Schmidtke and family all of Morristown, Minn, were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr and Mrs William Hantelman. FENTON NEWS Joe Culbertson Jr. Sunday evening Phones FENTON RINGSTED 23 21001 21006 20216 were Mr and Mrs Bud Miller an family. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig enter tsined blacksmiths and their wives at their home Sunday afternoon Those who attended are members of the Blacksmith and Welders Association of Kossuth county. Mr and Mrs Bernard Tigges and family spent Sunday afternoon al the Duane Habeger home. Mr and Mrs Herb Nelson had as a guest for dinner Tuesday Rev Rust of Britt. Mr and Mrs Bud Miller and family visited Mrs Dean Culbertson and her twin daughters Kimberly I and Krislal at the Charles Reaper j home at Irvington Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Bob Marlow and girls called at the Ray Ohrtman home at Ringsted Sunday evening. Mrs Herb Nelson was a dinner guest at the home of her mother, Mrs Mary Michaelsen at Titonka. Others for dinner were Mr and Mrs Elmer Heifner of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs Robert Heifner and Joel of Des Moines. After noon visitors were Mr and Mrs Ncal Michaelsen, Gregory anc Darwin, Mr and Mrs Donald Michaelsen and Don Lee of Titonka, Mr \ number of members o f th Fenton Lutheran Laymens Leagu and their wives attended the Fal banquet and rally of the Algona zone at Peace Lutheran church in West Bend. The Zone president William Hantelman of Fenton con ducted the business meeting. A Bell, well known school lecturer of Casey, la. was the principa speaker. Fenton members attend mg were Rev. W. H. Friedrich Mr and Mrs William Hantelman, Mr and Mrs Richard Theesfield Mr and Mrs Stan Berkland, Mr and Mrs William Eimers, Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedt, Mr and Mrs Darrel Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Victor Struecker. Mr and Mrs Ed Meyer and Mrs Ben Luedtke. Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys were Sunday, Nov. 25 dinner guests of Mr" and Mrs Howard Bierstedt, Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Thomas Stavros and Bradley, St. Paul. Minn., Mr and Mrs Lay ton Behne and boys, )enver, Colo, and Mr and Mrs tfelvin Nelson and family, Rock- ord, were Saturday dinner guests f Mrs Florence Behne. The Stavos were weekend guests of Mrs Jehne and the Behnes are visiting nis week. Irvington Ideal 4-H Club Wins Various Awards Irvington Ideals 4-H club had Award night Nov. 13 at the Annex. The club received many awards. Eleven members received completion seals, five members received reading seals, Diane Arndorfer, Sharon Mix, Vickie Sic mer, Luana Leek and Ellen Siemer. Linda Ruhnke received an award for best junior record book, Vickie Siemer received an award for best intermediate record book, Elle Siemer received an award fo best senior record book, Ellen Sie mer a six year seal, Linda Bris tow received a six year seal ani Jane Raney received a five yea seal. Mrs Edward Arend received a leader's award, 5 years. Irvington Ideals met Nov. 17 with Linda Bristow, with 14 mem bers answering roll call. Talks were given by Ellen Siemer Sharon Hix and Jane Raney. A demonstration was given by Lin da Bristow. The special activity was compar ing color swatches. There was an exchange of Christmas names. Two guests were present. Mrs Norma Morgan and Mrs Lyle Raney. CHANGING SCENE 1912.1962 THS HOUSE « LIKE AN ICEBOXI-KBEPYOU9. COATS ON'TIUt<j&T THE FIRE QO«V Ojcs^aaaomo^ara^axt^^ FOR TRUE LOVELINESS ! Fcrmancnts • Hair Color Hair Trims Huir Styling • Damaged Treatments Hair LAEL'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 99 — Fenton, Iowa 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. Phono 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 1?5 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The On.ly Publication Printed lhai Ti&es An Interest In LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Lo«ns And Auction Service Phone 333 Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and amily, Mr and Mrs Burnett Heine and family, Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn •and Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman were Thanksgiving day dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman. Mr and Mrs Harold Eimers and family were Thanksgiving day dinner guests of Mrs Helena Jentz. Mr and Mrs LaDell Olscn and Jade of Adair were also supper guests. Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller entertained Sunday evening. Nov Ifl in honor of Johnny's 10th birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family and Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family. Mr and Mrs Herbert U'oiske and family, Cedar Rapids, were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Frank McFall and Mrs Weiske at Burt. The Wciskes and Mr and Mrs Wendell Rusch and Margo were Thanksgiving guests of the McFalls. Thanksgiving day dinner guests of Mrs Jessie Newel and Beth were Mrs Emma Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs Wallace Weisbrod and lamily and Mr and Mrs Robert vVeisbrod all of Cylinder. Sunday. Nov. 18 dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager were Mr and Mrs Webber Yager, Mrs Amanda Kern and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Derwood Kern and their daughters Audrey and Phyllis, Estherville. Mr and Mrs Fred (irigrl. Algona, and Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoeber were Thanksgiving da> dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt. The U-npal-Em Bridge club mel Tuesday at the home (if Mrs Arlo Ranney. Three tables were in play with two guests, Mrs Emma Reimers and Mrs Webber Yager. Prize winners were Mrs Amos Finnestad, Mrs Harold Wehrspann and Lloyd Sunde. Mr and Mrs Howard Itaby and family, Cedar Falls, and Mr and Mrs Bob Johansen and family of Minneapolis were Thanksgiving day dinner guests of Mrs Emii Frank. The Johansens were weekend guests of Mrs Frank. Mr and Mrs Larry (iadc entertained at a card party Saturday evening, Nov. 17. Guests were the Roger Radigs, Lone Rock, the Don Hainzingers, the William Bruhns, the Stan Berklandb and the Richard Stuckis. Mr and MrTbon Shaw and fain-' il.v were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr and Mrs C. E. Shaw in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Uou Hainziuger ami family were Thanksgiving supper guests of Mr and Mrs Arnold Hainzinger. 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