The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1957 · Page 13
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Mftt. AtDttH September 19, 1957 Published By the Upper t»« Moln*t Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa Algona Woman Gives Fenton Club Program Fenton — Mrs Lewis Ferguson of Algona presented colored films of her hometown, Wurzburg am Main, in Germany to members of the Fenton Woman's Club at their meeting September 30 in the Paul Eigler home. Mrs Ray Stoeber was co-hostess with Mrs Eigler. The program committee for the day was Mrs E. J. Frank and Mrs C. H. Newel. During the business meeting, conducted by the president, Mrs Ray Stoeber, plans for guest day were discussed. Guest day program committee is Mrs Clayton Ditsworth and Mrs Ernest Ruske, the hostesses to be the Mesdames Arthur Kruger, Arlo Ranney, Ernest Votteler and Waldemar Laage. Mrs Newel and Mrs Lester Weisbrod reported on the hard- surfacing of a portion of the Fenton school playground, a project initiated by the club last spring and, with the Co-operation, of other civic groups, expected to ,be completed this fall. Mrs Harvey Walker and Mrs Ervin Johnson were welcomed as new members. Two honorary members, Mrs John Light and Mrs Elmer Weisbrod, were present, as well as fifteen other regular members, all of whom paid their dues, in response to roll call. Honored At Shower Miss Eunice Hantelman was honored at a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening at St. Luke Lutheran church parlors. Mrs Franklin Mueller was in charge of the following program. Instrumental solos by Susan Hantelman, accompanied by Mrs Ed Bruhn. Vocal solo by Judy Jolley accompanied at the piano by Janet Behne. A reading by Janice Stoeber, ami a vocal duet by Susan Hantelman and Karen Hainzinger accompanied by Janet Behne. Janice Heine of LuVerne and Karen Hainzinger assisted Eunice in opening her gifts. . ..,,-,. Hostesses were M e s d a m e's Merle Vogt, Delond Bolte, Gerald Gochenour, Otto Wichtendahl, Wilfred Stoeber, E. J. Bailey, Roger Anderson, Franklin Mueller, S. E. Straley. Sylvester Hainzinger, Ernest Votteler, Freda Siems, John Light, Arnold Hansen, Martin Hantelman, William Hantelman, Ed Bruhn, L. H. Wehrspann, Daryl Householder, the latter of Lone Rock and Misses Anna Mae Laubenthal and Lois Voigt. Surprise Patty A large group of ladies gathered at the Albert Mitchell home and pleasantly surprised Ann;; Marie Mitchell in honor of her birthday which was Sept. 6th. Present were MesdamPs Bernard Solberg, Phillip Solberg, Art Berkland, Herman Norland and Theodore Meling all of Cylinder Mesdames Chester Skaar, Alice and Bernetta of Primghar. Ben "Mitchell, Ole Pederson, B. G. Berkeland, Ernest Berkland. Melvin Berkland, William DeWall, Amer Cody, Paul Zumnch. Milford Mitchell, Clarence Underwood, L. J. Weisbrod, W. R. Wolfe, Ed Mitchell. Dick Underwood, Nyles Heggen and Morris Mitchell and also Mr and Mr.« Dale Mitchell. Farewell Picnic Party William Bruhn was honored at a picnic supper Thursday evening at the William Hantelman home. Bill has been working with the Hantelman building crew and left Tuesday for the armed service. Others at the picnic were Mr and Mrs Ervin Bruhn, Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman, Mr and Mrs Art Mueller, Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys, Mr and Mrs Martin Ohn\, Richard Potratz, Richard Stucki. John Eigler, John Haack. Announce New Arrivals Mr and Mrs Lavern Frantzich of Brady, Mont, are the proud parents of an 8 Ib. 9 oz. daughter born Sept. 5. She has been named Gail LaVonne. The Fran- tzichs have one other child, a son Glenn, age two years. Mrs Frantzich is the former Virginia Mueller, daughter of the late Dr. J. A. Mueller, and Mrs Eva Mueller, former Fenton residents. Rev. and Mrs W. H. Friedrich are rejoicing over the arrival of two grandsons. Rev. and Mrs William Friedrich of Niagara. North Dakota, are the parents of a son Timothy Paul, born Sept. 10. Rev. and Mrs Henry Friedrich, The Dalles, Oregon, are the parents of a son Brian Lee, born Sept. 11. V. V. Now, for the first time, t STAINLESS STEEl DRUM to protect your clothes. No rusting — no chipping. It's the perfect lifetime meUU COME IH AND Sf £ m FREE Installation Duriog September & October STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton Call Elevator Meeting To Consider Expansion Sharon Eigler, senior student at Kahler School of Nursing, Rochester, spent the past weekend with her parents, the Paul Eiglers. ••'She will now go to "Cm'ca'go: ^SMe' will •• spend three months at Laying Inn Hospital and three months at Cook County Hospital. Fenton — A special meeting of stockholders of the Fenton Cooperative Elevator has been called for Wednesday evening, Sept. 25, at 8 p.m. at the Fenton Community Center. The meeting was called by Otto Borchardt, president, Amer Cody, secretary, and the board of directors, to discuss a proposal that the elevator consider building a warehouse and mill on the site where the old elevator burned some months back. A new mill such as is proposed would have a hammermill, attrition mill, and two mixers, and would greatly expand the present service facilities of the Fenton elevator, but officers said it was entirely Up to the stockholders whether or not sucli development should take place. All stockholders are urged to attend the meeting, and each one is being notified by mail of the meeting, time and place. Bertha Circle Met Sept. 2 Fenton — Fifteen members and two small guests, Cindy Voigt and Julie Annette Luse, attended the meeting of Bertha Circle, Thursday, Sept., 12. Mrs Charles Lovejoy was hostess in the Methodst church parlor. Mrs Clarence Arbogast wa6 program chairman. In commemoration of Charles Wesley, who was born 250 years ago, the group sang two hymns, during the devotions which were led by Mrs Eugene Huskamp. The lesson was presented by Mrs Dale Voigt, who brought out that the church, so far, has only begun to use the medium of television to reach people. Only 48 minutes a week is devoted to religious television programs. Circle members volunteered for working time at the annual rummage sale to be held on Saturday, October 19, at the Community Center. Mrs Wilfred Laabs led a brief prayer service to conclude the meeting. Mrs Paul Zumach was. hostess to the Depew Fellowship Circle in her home Thursday afternoon. Circle guests were Mrs William Zumach and Mrs Dale Mitchell Rev. and Mr* W, H. Frtedrich and Robert left for St. Louis, Mo. on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 15, They attended the funeral of Mrs Friedrich's step-mother, Mrs Minnie Thraum on Monday. Ro* bert will begin his second year at Condordia Seminary. The Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon with Mrs Don Steinberger. Eleven members answered roll call. Mrs Hans Baago gave a Legislative Report. Following the business meeting, the president conducted a school of Instruction for the officers. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske went to St. Paul over the past weekend, and while there Dr. Ruske attended a meeting of the American Society of Children's Dentistry at the University of Minnesota. They also visited Ms and Mrs Robert Morris. Mrs Morris is a sister of Mrs-Ruske. Mr and Mrs O. A. Laage oi Osakis, Minn., Mr and Mrs A. C. Laage of Brooten, Minn, and Edith Laage of Des Moines spent the weekend m the W. E. Laage and J .A. Schwartz homes. the Rose Circle of the W.S.C.S. met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs Ralph Weisbrod with Mrs Sarah Weisbrod assisting hostess. Mrs Ed Schlei was in charge of the devotions and Mrs Fred Mortenson presented the lesson. Nineteen members and one guest, Mrs Harvey Walker were present at the meeting. The friendly Neighbor Club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs Herschal Hartman with Mrs Bessie Hartman assisting hostess. Mrs Ray Dreyer and Mrs Elsie Dreyer were in charge of the entertainment. Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber, Mr and Mrs Jim Reed and Mr and Mrs Vernon Jensen of Algona went to Des Moines Saturday to see the showing of *My Fair Lady' at the KRNT Theatre. Sttffae Hutkainp, Wilfred Stoeber, Charles Weisbrod, Dale Weisbrod left Saturday evening for a fishing trip in Canada. Mf and MM Bale Mitchell and family arrived last week from Muskegon, Mich, for Seattle. Wash, where Dale will take hi* intern year. He is a student oi Luther Seminary in St. Paul. Fenton Progreuort The Fenton Progressors 4-M Club met September 9th at the home of Roger Dreyer. Ten members and their leader Ervin Borchardt were present. The Record Books were handfwl into their leader. The election of 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 R1NGSTED 21001 21006 20216 HOW ROSY THEY ARE ,.,those dreams of the honje you want! It will be a beautiful home.... and go modern ,. f so convenient .., modern convenience to save time t * t work .., steps, We're working hard to make those rosy dreams beeoai© reaJifciea, Our 1957 construction program call for an investment of $9,300,000 to bring you better living, And yauj? "teem Jiome" -of today will become a reality of tomorrow,,, because all the resources at our command are being freejy used to serve ym well... io thi cittes.» the villages.,. on the forms. IOWA HECTRK LIGHT AWD POWER COMPANY "4 Good Citim of ths Gommwitm We Sew* »9»»»ss»«0»$3BJ»»»^^ WORM YOUR PIGS for Only 2'/ 2 ° - HEAD Concentrated — Safe — Economical Liquid Poultry & Hog Wormer One Qt. Worms 6400 Lbs. of PORK I (128 50 POUND PIGS) Hogs Like I S C O Liquid Wormer ! VALUABLE COUPON officers was held with the following results: President, Jerry Waite; vice president, Roger Dreyer; secretary, Earl Jentz; reporter, Darrel Berkland. The business meeting was followed by a delicious lunch served by Mrs Dreyer. < Coming Events Thursday, Sept. 19 — Blakjer WMF; Independence Mixers: Helen Circle. Thursday, Sept. 20 — St. John Lutheran WMF at Depew. Wednesday Nite Opening To End Feftion — Local stores will bs closed Wednesday evenings for the fall and winter months, commencing on Wednesday, Oct. 2, it was announced this week by the Fenton Community Club* DIES Mrs Allan Neymeyer of Traer died recently, after a 3 weeks battle for her life. She was badly burned in a gas explosion in the basement of her home, August 10 and has been under medical care at Iowa City. F R E E - $1.00 Discount on 1 Gal. or 25e on 1 Qt. I S C O LIQUID WORMER When You Present This Ad To: Fenton Drug Co. FENTON, IOWA FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGT 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 HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair* FENTON, IA. LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker And Auction Service No sale too Large — No sale too Small No .sale, too Far — No sale too Hard My Aim Is To Please YOU Phone 803 Fenton, Iowa ••••••••••••••••••••••••••i MILLER MILLER Due to the sudden death of my husband I will sell the following described personal property on the farm located 3 miles south and 1 mile west and Vz mile south of Fenton, Iowa or 5 miles north and one mile west and '/a mile north of Whittemore, Iowa on Friday, September 20th w m dp • • ;• • • II • • II • • * At 1:00 P.M. 98 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 98 6-Stock heiferettes 5—Spring calves 4—Springing stock heifers 3—Two-year-old steers 80—Summer Feeder Pigs—80 340-Hyline Pullets number 123 - 4Vi months old MACHINERY John Deere Model "A" tractor John Deere 2 row cultivator, to fit above John Deere Model "H" tractor John Deere 2 row cultivator, to fit above John Deere 2 row corn planter '<•' McCormick fleering 8 foot P.T.O. binder windrower Four wheeled low down flat trailer on rubber Road Drag 11 foot John Deere Disc Woods single row John Deere Manure Spreader Case combine with motor McCormick Deering single row corn binder New Idea hay loader John Deere 2-16" plow on steel Four wheeled rubber tired trailer & box Horse mower — 6 foot 32 foot elevator Mechanical hoist corn picker X 14' Brooder House 14' X 14' Hog House MISCELLANEOUS I , I i i i i • • •» 8 Hay Bunk 2 feed bunks Bench vise Miscellaneous shop tools Cat brooder stove Chicken waterers and feeders Fork*, shovels, spades Other articles too numerous to mention Power driven reel 1yp$ lawn mower Cement mixer 30 foot extension ladder Repeater 12 guage shotgun Apartment size gas stove (in good condition) 100 gallon gas tank with hose Miscellaneous household items 500 BAUE5 OF RED CLOVER AND ALFALFA HAY IN BARN 500 BALES OF SIR AW in barn TfRMf; C«*h, oj- makff errangtment* with your banker. Not Responsible In due of William Miller Estate LLOYD BEKKLANP, Auctioneer THI LQNf ROCK BANK,

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