The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 1, 1957 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 1, 1957
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r MW. AftDtTH HMVtftttN Stqwrfer "Thursday, Aug. 1, 1957 By tilt Upp»r OH Publ!«htng Co., Alfloitn, tewa ,-l^^.^^t^rtA^M^Ma. Class Of '47 Reunion Is Held Sunday, Fenton Park Fenton — Members of the 194? Fenton graduating class held a class reunion last Sunday in the Fenton park. Those ih attendance were Mr and Mrs Frank Seely (Verdell Boettcher); Mr and Mrs Ronald ChriscMles, Mr and Mrs Melvin Berklahd and family (Violet DeWall); Mr and Mrs Lyle Haack; Mr and Mrs Gene Vaudt and family, (Caroline Hintz); Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt (Alvina Muir); Mr and Mrs Arnold Hansen and family, (Mary Georgia Newel) all of Fen* ton; Rev. and Mrs William Friedrich of Niagara; Mr and Mrs Gene Hiskey (Verda Elmers of Puerto Rico and also Mrs Marguerite Muir of Sacramento, Calif. Guest* Ai Parilt Mr and Mrs W. 0. Ross of Ogesby, 111. and Mr and Mrs Harold Smith of Plainfield, la. were Thursday visitors in the Walt Pertl home. Cub Scouts Meat The newly organized Cub Scout troop met for their first ^ack meeting^ Friday evening "in the Fenton park. Frank Wincheal, Boy Scout representative for this area, and Gerald Gochenour local Cub master conducted the initiation ceremony during which the 'Bob Cat pins were presented to the parents who in turn pinned them on their boys. The Den mothers and the boys In each are as follows: Den 1, Mrs Don Shaw, Den Mother, and cub 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 scouts, Ricky Shaw, ferry Elmers, John Luedtke, Leslie Lutftke and Linnet Laage. Den 2, Mrs Don Steihberger and scouts, David Gochenbur, Roger "Steinberger, Donald Matthiesen, Stephen Petersen, Greg Schute, Tom Yager and Bobby Kohlwes. Den. 3, Mrs Gerald Gochenour and scouts, Wayne Stoeber, Wayne Eimers, David Mathiesen, and Calvin Ment2. The group decided to have a pot-luck picnic sup* per and dad and son ball game at their next pack meeting to be held the last Friday evening in August. Graduates At Amu Mr and Mrs George Jentz went to Ames Wednesday to attend the graduation exercises of their daughter Marilyn. Mr and Mrs Gerald Jentz and Mrs Ella Hanna also attended. Marilyn Jentz and two of her classmates left Thursday on a vacation trip to the east coast. They intend to be gone two weeks. The local Methodist . Youth Fellowship were hosts at a skal* ing party held Friday evening at the Algona skating rink. Attending were members of the Seneca Luther League, Lone Rock Presbyterian youth group, and M.Y.F. members from Good Hope, Lu- Verne, Livermore, Cylinder, Algona, Wesley, .Hurt and West Bend. * Mr and Mrs Walt Pertl, Bonnie and Ginger attended a family reunion at Gallager Park in Plainfield Sunday. Mr and Mrs Lester Gade and girls of Chicago were guests this past week Monday to Friday in the Herman Gade home and also visited with other relatives and friends in this area. Mr and Mrs W. M. Kent and grandson Pat of Chicago were Tuesday overnight guests in the H. C. Ljndsey home., Wednesday mprning they went to Sioux City where! they visited with Mrs Lindsey and other relatives. Mrs J. T. Snyder of Sioux Rapids was a guest of Mrs R. C. Goetsch several days this past week. Janet Behne spent this past week visiting in the Louis Palmer home at Rockford, Iowa. Misses Salina and Melinda Hantelman were weekend guests with Fenton relatives. Melinda Hantelman will be teaching again this year at Clinton and Salina will soon pe leaving for Turkey where she will teach. Rev. and Mrs Eddie Silrum and family of Minneapolis were last weekend guests in the parental Morris. Mitchell, home, The Silrum family will leave this fall THANK YOU FOR THE BUSINESS... Thanks for the fine patronage of my Insurance business, i hove sold all of my insurance business to Gerald Voigt who will be available at the bank for ' ^prompt c)gjm service or new insurance, whichever you may require. He will represent the same good companies for you, that you may have good protection for things you value. ' J. Wallace Smith FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL pmicrORY INSURANCE FINTON, IA. QERALD VOIGHT THi FWENPIY Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DijEii DEALJR 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE * 8»mode|ln j PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E, W, Ruske WNTIST Office Phone 79 Re* idenco 15 fUitc% Iowa HANTELMAN^S GAIAOE A IttUtOf itJtfllfT IV T?"T!^PT WWW WH'P JP IA. fof the Sudan Mission field in Africa. Mt aad Mn ftwuid 6fflUh, €blt». and Mr ftftd Mrs Paul Blurr, find CShiryl of Pewla. 111. were last week visitors in this Walter Pertl honwi Mt and MM Jtylif Hugfta tad boys attended the Heggen family reunion held at Fairmont last Sunday. M« Lori Walk.f fed _ daughter Besty Baker of gofia, Kansas were guests from Thursday of last week until Tuesday in the home of Rev. and Mrs Harvey Walker. Mrs Lora Walker Is Rev. Walker's mother. Mr and Mtt Menu Mitchell and their house guests, Rev. and Mrs Eddie Silrum and family of Minneapolis: Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood and girls were last Sunday guests in the Chester Skaar home at Primghar. idle Hour Club Of Lone Rock Picks Officers ; > Lone Rock — The Idle Hour Club held its July meeting at the Fenton Park with a pot luck lunch. Lorena Vollmer and Myrtle Krause had charge of the entertainment. The following new officers were 'installed: Gladys O'Donnell as president, Arlene Salz,, vice president; Ella Cherland, sec. and treasurer; and Florence Faber as historian. Infant Baptised Gregory Dean, infant son of Mr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard was baptized Sunday at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church by Rev. C. E. Nordine. Dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs. Edw. Blanchard in honor of the occasion were Mr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard, Rick Lee and Gregory Dean, Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough, Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard, Susan, Pat and "Kim. Geitzenauer Reunion Mr and Mrs Lawerence Geitzenauer and family -attended a Geitzenauer and Basn reunion Sunday in Fairmont at Lincoln Park. Attending were 37 families with Mrs Will Wehrastann, 80, being the oldest. Carol Householder, Darlene Long, M a r 1 e n e Wichtendarjl, Wanda Schrader, Rachael McArthur, Janice Zumach, ^Mary Ann Dittmer, Sandra Marlow, LeElna Schmidt, surprised Mrs Leon Marlow Monday morning when they called with refreshments to help her celebrate her birthday. , Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mrs Florence Schrader and Wanda, Mrs Roy Chrischilles of Fenton visited Tuesday afternoon in Swea City at the Glenn Mino residence to help Loretta celebrate her birthday. Friday evening Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder visited 1 in Fenton at the Roy Ghrisehilles home. Mr and Mrs Lawerence Rath and John, Mrs Martha Rath visited Friday evening with Mrs Emma JJUrlburt and family. Sunday afternoon Mrs Hurlburt and girls visited with Mrs Roy Zun- Mr and Mrs Dennis Zumach I called Sunday evening at the Merwin Hurlburt home. Mr and Mrs Wm. Knoll and family, Mrs A. L. • Jackman of Algona -were Sunday, dinner guests at the Russell Jensen* home. Sunday for supper Mr and' Mrs Kn'oti and family, GheryV and Craig Jensen, Mr and Mrs' Ralph Bierstedt and family enjoyed ft picnic supper at Tuttel lake. A 'family gathering was held Saturday evening at the Gerald Angus home in honor of the Claude Whitehall Jr. family wh$ was here visiting from GreeiyV, la. Attending were Mr and Mrs Harold Angus and Toni from Bjurt, Mrs Claude Whitehall 5}r. from Algona. Bernard Pettit returned home Thursday after spending four weeks at the Veterans hospital jat Des Moines. Mr and "Mrs Gleijn Householder went to Des Moines for him. Mrs Chet Alme of Qttosen spent several days last, wejjk visaing Mr$ Maude Blanchard. * Barbara Jergenspn of Algona and Kathy Jensen visited last week at the home of her granp- parenjs, Frank FJajgs. "Mr and Mrs Parry! Hanson, Kjaihryn and Kurt: arrived frpm Genasea, New X*M'k for a visit at the Fred Genrich home. Mrs Henry Manus of 8urt vis* ited .Wednesday afternoon at the Chas. Morris tigme. Mrs, RopaW Christenspn and girls, Mrs A. A. Krueger apd Kermit spent Tuesday at Osafee at the It. V. Johnson home. Rey. anjj Mrs K. MjcjKenzie, Jor4 and Mary of Towwjjto, Canada were dinner guests Thursday of Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine and family. Me and Mrs Earl Tf ask visited Thw§day eyeouag at the hoifie of Mrs BMth Kmeaer- Mr and Mrs DelBert Blanchafd, Bkk I*e# and Gregory Pean of Nevada, la. spent the weekend af the &lw. manctiardi ' Mr and Mrs Carl Zur inper gw§s^ Swp4ay §t njcojsh liome. ; Mr and Mrs Alvin wmf 8Ad A*rs Jan^es j2ke laiUs, Wit. came and visited till Thursday" at" the Leo Schmidt home. J. Wallace Smiths Leaving Fenton; Moving To Calif. 3. Wallace Smith A change of managers, effective August 10, will take place at the First Trust & Savings Bank, Fenton office, it was announced this week* '*• •v's" * ' ,' G4H?dd Vd||t, '-a 1 J^rmer* Fenton realderiVwUl return as man*' fcger of the bfctkVpffice, , the place off J.? Wallace Sj who has beert manager at ton since March,, 1848, and a president' and* director o: bank which has its main o! at Armstrong. ? 5 ; The Smiths tur0 moving to Sacrarnenio, Cal. the middle, of August where Mr Smith intend* to enter business. When Wally's father, J. A. G. Smith died in March of 1948, he returned from the west coast to take 'h}s father's place. The; senior Mr Smith had been man-; ager of the Fenton branch from its opening in July of 1936 until his death. Wally is a graduate of Riverside Junior College,, Riverside, Cal., served in the Navy air force during World War II, and had been employed by the; Security Trust & Savings IBank; of LaJplla, Cal. before returning; to the fentpn bank in 1948. .,;; During his residence in Fenton, Wally- served in various offices! in. the American. .Region anji; Community Club, and was a 1 trustee of the Fenton Methodist church. Mrs Smith is the former Gladys Stoeber, daughter of W. E. Stoeber. The entire Fenton community," where Mr.and'Mrs Smith were so well known and highly respected, regret exceed-L Gerald Voight ingly their decision to move to California, but join in wishing them a full measure of success in their new home and business activities. Wally also disppsed of his insurance business to} Gerald Voight a|d the latter wiU continue as representative of the same companies. The new; manager Of the Fen-, ton bank is no stranger. He was born andiraised in Fenton, and is a son of Mrs Carrie Voight. He graduated from Fenton high school in 1933, and married Georga Anne Geigel, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Geigel of Algona. They have one son, age six. While living in Fenton they constructed their own home, and 'when Gerald later decided to enter Iowa State college, they rented the home. Gerald graduated' from a four- year course in industrial education in three years, and for the past year had taught at Milford Twp. school i at Nevada, la., and was offered a contract to return there this fall. Mrs Voight is also a qualified teacher, specializing in music. They expect to move back to their Fenton home in the near future. Since the end of the school semester, Gerald has been working at the Armstrong office of the bank and at Fenton, acquainting himself -with the new duties he will assume August^p.-, Derby Day was first instituted 'at Epsom Downs in England by .the Earl of Derby in 1780. • LONE ROCK By Mr* Clarence Kraft Mrs Junior Hurlburt called on Mrs Bill Faulstick Who is a pa* tient at the Algona hospital. Mr and Mrs Merwin Hurlburt are the proud parents of a daughter born Sunday, July 21, at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Jean Christenson of Algona spent from Wednesday till Sat* urday at the Glenn Householder home with Gloria. Mr and Mrs Stewart, Mrs Lore McGowan of Cedar Rapids visited Mrs Margaret Householder over the weekend. Mrs McGowan stayed for a two weeks visit. Sunday callers there were Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan, and Mr and Mrs Ralph Reidel. Mr and Mrs Louie Berninghaus and family visited in Whittembfe Sunday evening at the Earl Fuoss home. Mrs Harlan Lenardson and family of Midland, Mich, ate here visiting for two weeks at the will Christenson and Ronald Christenson homes and with other friends. Paul Kingma is here visiting at the P. M. Christenson home dnd with other friends. Sunday he accompanied the L. V. Johnson family to Osage to visit till Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan visited Sunday evening at the Howard Lowman residence in Algona. It was Mrs Lowman's birthday. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards visited the Ray Goodman family in Algona Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs James Walker and Charla Jo called on the Blaine Saxton family Sunday night. Tuesday night Mrs Kenneth Andrea and family, Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan, Mrs Orclin Kabrick and family visited Mrs Dale Wegener. Mr and Mrs Wm. McKay and five children of Chicago Heights, 111. visited with Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mr and Mrs A. L. Cotton and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Jackson iand , family^.'SjitUfday. Mrs McKay is the.'Jtf^aghte'r of George L. Angus.* ^:- •> '.* • • Mrs Wm. Marlow entertained little friends of Alan's Friday afternoon in honor of his 9th birthday. . . • • Mrs Wilfred Radig entertained a five hundred party at her home, with Mrs Merwin Marlow win- ming high, Mrs Lyle Marlow low, Mrs Dick O'Donhell travel. Mr and Mrs Frank Flalg and Evelyn Earing visited Bernard Pettit Sunday in Des Moines. We're investing in his future, too! *THE BIGGEST BOSS in your life is our boss, too, •' He's that helpless, cuddly little chap who looks at you go trustingly* who seems to know that you're thinking "Only % will do for you, son," We're joining with you to help him enjoy a good future . , , a future bright with better living. Our 1957 construction program of $9,300,000 proves our faith in that future. We shall continue to plan „ . , iuvejt , . . b\M ... so that your little lad may be master of ware convejiiepcei'tban any other generation has ever enjoyed. Fof hip, there'll be "only the best!" "4 &x4 Giti&n of «te Communities We Serve" IOWA ILECTRIC LIGHT and POWEI Company Mrs Wm. Fischer was a dinner guest Sunday at the Delmar Fischer home. In the evening Mr and Mfs Fischer and Steve called on Mrs Amanda Pettit. Nancy attended church in Titohka with Rev. and Mrs Nordine and family. Mr and Mrs Frank Meytr visited Sunday evening at the A. J. Meyer home. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen and family attended a reunion Sunday at Mankato. Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller and family visited Monday evening at the Luke Hamilton residence. Tuesday evening Judy Newbrough and La Verne Smith called at the Miller home. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer were at a Tabor reunion in Sheldon, la., Sunday. There were relatives there from five states. Mr and Mrs R. L. Kramer and children of Minneapolis, Minn, arrived Friday at the Kramer home for the weekend and also attended the reunion. Kathy Collins of Livermore spent from Friday till Sunday at the Merwin Marlow home. Sunday dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Francis Collins and Kathy returned home with them. Mr Collins is a brother of Mrs Mar- low Mr and Mrs Glenn Hallead' of Detroit,' Mich,, arrived Sunday morning for a visit at the Wallace McArthur home. Mr and Mrs Art Tietz visited Sunday at the Frank Dreyet home. Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker, Kirk and Paul of Rock Rapids visited Sunday at the Gerald Ra* dig home. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and Kerrnit, Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson and family were dinner guests Sunday at the K. A. Lee home. Earing accompaniod Mrs Mary Earing accompanied Mrs Mary Flaig to Spirit Lake,, Sunday, where they visited friends. ; Coming Events Thursday.'Aug. 1st ~- Woman's Society of Christian Service; Fairville Ladies Aid. Wednesday, Aug. 7 — St. John Lutheran Ladies Aid. < Thursday, Aug. 8th — Bertha Circle; Rose Circle; Depew Circle. McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING '"WeSell, Install or Service 11 FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES - BOTTLE GAS SERVICE PHONE 120or 111 FENTON SAVE ON ALL FEICO BULK CONCENTRATES (Meal Only) Start Your Hens On This Feeding Program Now and GET IN ON THE EARLY FALL PRICES FELCO POULTRY Feed Recommendations (ALL MASH RATIONS ARE BECOMING MORE POPULAR EVERY YEAR) 16% All Math Laying Ration. No additional grains needed, 900 Jbs. Corn 16.07 bu. @ $1.10 bu. ___„,-._$ 17.67 500 Ibs. Oats 15.63 bu. @ 60e per bu. ___„_$ 9.37 500 Ibs. FELCO 38 percent Mathbuilder, @ $5.20 U, -„ „ —$26.00 100 Ibs. 17 percent DEhy Alfalfa Meal, @ $3.00 , „__ $ 3.00 2,000 Ibs. Total 2,000 Ibs. Grinding and mix - T $ 2,40 , 31.40 1.57 Totol Cost for everything , ; __. Total Cost per 100 lb$.-$2.92 Bring your own grain, your cost per ton'^^,, Bring your own groin, your cost per 100 lbi.._. 18% All Mash Laying Ration. No additional grain needed. 800 Ibs. Corn 14.28 |w. @ $1.10 per bu. -_--,_?15.70 400 Ibs. Oots 12.50 BU. @ $-.60 per by . 7.50 100 Ibs. Middlings @ 3.00 per bu. .„--__ 3,00 100 Ibs. Alfalfa Meal @ 3.00 ...... 3,00 600 Ibs. Felco 38% Mcuhbuilder @ 5,70 31.20 Jbs. Total Grinding and mix -„- ......,..,,..„,. ---- J 2.20 folfl cpst for everything „„.;... — ..... ---- u.. $62.60 Total cost per 100 Ibi. „„_,._.„- ---- ^ ---- 3,18 Bring your own grain, yoyr cost per ton .,.,„ ^$39,40 Bring your own grain, your cost per 100 lb«. -—$ 1.97* THi ABOVE PRICES WIU VARY ACCORDING TO THI PRICE OF GRAIN AMP FEEPS Allow 32 feet of feeder spa*? per 199 hens. Thli eqvali two 8'fo«t feeder* or 5 round hanging Allow 3 §q. ft. of floor space p*r hen, Self feed oyster shell and grit »QTI?J lit Fenton Co-op Elevator Co. "Wh sr » Yw With v ^ - V« ..k.t &t, .?i»bij.&^

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