The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1957 · Page 8
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AUDETH HAIVERSON Ifeniiw ti fitter October 10,1957 frubllibed By Th» Upper tttft Main** Publiihlng Co., Atgotta, Iowa 2 Seneca Barns Lost In Fires Heavy Losses At Johnson, Rolling Places Seneca — Fife of unknown origin destroyed the barn and a small building on the George Johnson place, northeast of Seneca, last Thursday afternoon about 2:30 p.m. Then high winds fanned the flumes and it is believed that Burning embers carried to the fiat Rolling barn, setting it afire. and it too was destroyed. It is •fflought that possibly burning shingles blew through the open door of the Rolling barn and ignited the baled hay. "The Johnson barn housed sev- ^fal pieces of machinery as well a* hajr and milking equipment. 9J addition to the structures des- woyed, one side of a corn crib was Charred and the house was damaged to a lesser degree. Much o| the furniture was carried out aft firefighters were not certain ttley could control the fire be- xj&use of the wind. -"While fire trucks from Swea fSty, Bancroft, Armstrong and Cone Rock were fighting the fire, and neighbors were helping, the fire was discovered at the Rolling place, one-quarter mile northwest of Johnson's. ."Burning shingles were found elsrwhere on the Rolling farm . yJartf, from the Johnson fire. "ILi addition to the loss of tho barn and hay, a riding pony and saddle belonging to Eugene Gardner were also lost. -The fire at Johnsons was discovered by Maynard Hurlburt. He called the Swea City Fire department. The Johnsons were jtipt home at the time. «;An estimated 3,000 bales of hay, straw, a corn picker valued at $2,000 a mower, seeder and other equipment were lost at the Johnson place. A bull in the barn was badly burned and had to be destroyed. Forrest Bassett is owner of the farm. Part of the loss is covered by insurance. The barn and baled hay at the Rolling place were valued at about $1,500. Fenton W.S.C.S, Program Held On Oct. 3 Fenlon — The regular meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service was held Thursday afternoon, Oct. 3 in the church parlors. . Mrs Paul Hudson was in charge of the program taken from the book 'Christ the Church and Race', which was presented by the following women: Mrs Hudson presented 'Work in Home Fields.' Mrs Fred Brown represented Bethlehem Center in Memphis; Mrs Ear Crouch represented S e w a r ct Memorial Hospital. Mrs George Jorgenspn represented the Nava jo Missions.in New Mexico, Mr Frank McFall represented Marj Center in Chicago and Mrs Eugene Huskamp represents H o m a r Toberman Settlemeh House in San Pedro, Calif. Mrs Harvey Walker acquaint ed the group with Methodis Racial Policies. World .Day of Prayer service, will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Oct 25. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs Hans Baago, Mrs E. J Frank and Mrs Gaylord Johnson, Independence Mixers The Independence Mixers Farm Bureau Women met in the Township Hall Friday, Sept. 27, for their annual Tea. Fifteen women were present. Guests were Miss Elaihe Halweg, Mrs Shroedcr and Mrs Nels F. Nelson. Mrs Clarence Underwood had charge of the business meeting. A committee was chosen to get the lesson on Outdoor cookery, and this lesson will be given at our next meeting, Oct. 17 in the William Weiner home. Miss Elaine Halweg, home economist, explained the work of the Extension Service and told us about the lessons that will be available this year. Mrs Robert Krause and Mrs Eugene Huskamp gave reports on the recent Library trip to Minneapolis. Women in charge of the tea were Mesdames Eugene Hus- ka'mp, Olga Huskamp, Bertel Berkeland and Amer Cody. The centerpiece was arranged by Mrs Richard Underwood. LAST 3 DAYS - THURS., FRI., & SAT. DEL MONTE $$ SALE ROUNDUP 1 CREAM STYLE CORN, 303 TALL WHOLE KERNEL CORN, 303 TALL DEL MONTE CATSUP, 16 OZ. "z&yyzi&:szxzyxx&^^ FRUIT COCKTAIL, 303 TALL CRUSHED PINEAPPLE, 303 PEARS, 303 TALL GREEN BEANS, 303 TUNA, 6Vi OZ. CANS 1 3 f *1 i $ 1 PEACHES, HALVES, 214 TINS SLICED PINEAPPLE, NO. 2 TINS PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT, 46 OZ. PINEAPPLE JUICE, 46 OZ. TOMATO JUICE, 46 OZ. >sc«ocsooc<xxx>c<x>cc<^ •'' Pumpkin, No. 303 Cans ft Peas or Stewed Tomatoes 8 for $1 I 5 No. 303 Cans $1 Bailey's Store IN FENTON Silver Anniversary Mr and Mrs Edward Meyer will observe their 25th wedding anniversary Oct. 15. There will be a service at 8 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, followed by a program and lunch in the Church Parlors. Relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend. Mrs Donald Root was recently elected president of the Palo Alto County Violet Club for the coming year. Mr and Mrs Glen Ditsworth and son Clay have returned to their home in Shawnee, Okla. after a week's visit with Glen'i mother, Mrs Earl Dean, anc brother, Clayton Ditsworth. Wallace Ditsworth of Bancrof and Mr and Mrs Jess Ditswortl of Williston, N. D. visited then sister-in-law, Mrs Earl Dean, on Wednesday, and were luncheon guests in the home of their nephew, "Clayton Ditsworth. Mr and Mrs Vernon Perfect and daughters Darriall and Lynn from Chicago were weekend guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod and Mrs Blanche Huskamp.- Mrs Perfect is the daughter of Mrs Huskamp. The Fenton Township Homemakers held a cook-out in the Fenton park Monday afternoon with about 20 members present. Mrs Owen Berhow presented the lesson on how to prepare a tinfoil meal and also baked apples. Mr and Mrs Herbert Ostlind of Salem, Oregon, were Saturday guests of Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt. Mrs Ostlind is a cousin of Mrs Voigt, Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener, Mr and Mrs Larry Alt, Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Sunde, Mr and Mrs Clarence Theesfield of Fairmont were Sunday evening dinner guests of the Harvey Higleys at the Smorgasbord. Following the dinner, a social evening was spent at the Higley home in Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Don Steinberger and boys were Thursday evening guests in the Rex Swanson home at Whittemore. Mrs Orville Weiner and Mrs Carl Beck were hostesses to the Fairville Ladies Aid at the church parlors Thursday afternoon. Mrs Dan Bleckwenn was in charge of the entertainment. ^WW ^W(|(||l^ wl^BP l^^H •HRIjli ^^UBI^^ WHP WHIP Co-Operative ^jpP^^W.^W"^^^^ ^^f T^IP^w ^H ^^jff ^^ Seneca To Be Sentral P.T.A. Host Oct. 21 i Seneca — Seneca will be hosts o the next Sentral P.T.A. meeting which will be held Monday evening, Pet, 21, Officers ejected at the .Sentral meeting-- include A. A. Krueger, Lone Rock, president; Mrs Ralph Bierstedt, Lone Rock, vice presi- Mr and Mrs Henry Looft spefct Sunday evening at the Berth* Looft home at Algona in ob* scrvance of her birthday artni* versary. Senccans attending the Estherville Circuit Woman's Missionary convention at Emmetsburg Tuesday included Mrs Sig Log*, Mrs Curtis Olsen, Mrs Amey Cherland and Mrs Odey Cherland. Mrs Sig Loge is diairman of the local organization and Mr& Amey Cherland and Mrs Odey Cherland were delegates from the local group. Mr and Mrs Tom Hensley of Indianapolis, Ind. were recent visitors at the Everett Withanv home. The Ben Slaters of Troy Grove, 111. Visited the past weekend at; the Everett Witham home. i J. H. Jensen attended the funeral of Mrs Martin Madsen, 92 ( at Rake, Iowa last Tuesday after* noon. ' ; Several Senecans attended a post-nuptial shower held at the St. John's Lutheran church at Depew Friday night, honoring Mr and Mrs Elmer E. Kalvig. Mrs Kalvig, who was the former lola Jean Berkeland, daughter of the B. G. Berkelands of Fenton, was married on Sept. 22 at the St. John's Lutheran church at Depew. The couple will make their home at Kanawha. The Seneca Homemakers will meet at the Seneca School Tuesday afternoo'n, Oct. 23 at 2 o'clock. Mrs Lyle England and Mrs Calvin Vaudt will demonstrate making wood fiber flowers. Hostesses will be Mrs Ole Pedersen and Bertha Olsen. < thai of Fenton are the paternal grandparents. They drove to Waterloo Sunday to attend the baptismal service of the infants. A number of the local people, plan,to attend Hobby Day in Algona "Friday afternoon. Mrs Ed Bruhn will have a display of her blo.'k printing and Mrs Ed Priebe will display her shell craft. • Mrs J. A. Schwartz spent several clays this past week visiting in the Robert Schwartz and J. W. Schwartz homes at Ames. She returned home Friday evening with Edith Laage. St. John's Aid Met Wednesday Fenlon — St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society met Wednesday afternoon, with hostesses Mrs Allan Bellinger, Mrs Ervin Bprchardt, and Mrs Howard Bierstedt. Thirty five members and five guests were present. . •' During the business meeting, the motion was made to give $5 to the Home Finding Society at Fort Dodge. Mrs John Strueck- jjr gave a report on the cleaning, •Phg' secretary read the constitution and by-laws of the Aid Society. •Members of the local Si. John Lutheran Aid Society and Fairville .Aid Society plan to attend the Missionary rally at St. John Lutheran church in Garner Wednesday of this week. Mr and Mrs Peter Laubenthal of Waterloo, are the parents ol twins, a boy and a girl born Sept 24. Mr and Mrs John Lauben- Coming Events Thursday, Oct. 10 — Bertha Ciicle, Rose Circle, Depew Fellowship Circle, Friendly Neighbor Glub. ' Friday, Oct., 11 — Legion Auxiliary. \ Monday, Oct. 14 — Legion faceting. Tuesday, Oct. 15 — Town and Country Woman's Club. Thursday, Oct. 17 — Blakjer W.M.F.; Independence Mixers, Helen Circle. Rita Garry Is Honored At Shower, Oct. 6 Ledyard — On Sunday afternoon in the Sacred Heart church parlors a Linen shower was held honoring Rita Garry who will be married on Saturday to Don Lloyd. Mrs Harold Inglet was in charge of the following pro- gram: Song, "the Bells are Kittling for Me and My Gal" by 8 nieces; Reading, "A Kitchen Prayer" by Pat Fnifow; Solo, "Those Wedding Bells are Breaking Uo That Old Gang of Mine" by Mrs Verntm Hatg. Reading, "A Gift From Heaven" by Mrs Marvift Lloyd; §<slo, "I'm Always Hearing Wedding Bells" by Mrs Carl Schauberger; Reading by Mrs, Inglet; Reading, "The Bride and Groom" by Mary- Ellen Farrow; Duet in costume by Janice Garry and Carol Inglet. "Side By Side." After the <bfide opened hef ; rnany lovely gifts a delicious lunch was served by the host* esses. Lutheran Region Meeting On last Tuesday the fall meeting of the Central Region of the Northern Synod of the Evangelical and Reformed Church met at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church. There were 167 delegates from 30 churches in Iowa, South Dakota and Minnesota, with the Minister and lay delegates from each church. Rev. Henry R*eifschneider presided during the day. The "days activities were concluded with a Commitment Service conducted by the Rev. Paul Bendit of Welles, Minn. Lunch was served in the morning and afternoon and dinner at noon by the ladies of the local E. and R. Guild. Judy Gilbcrtson who teaches at Belmond, Beverly Bashara who teaches at Gowrie, Mary Ellen Farrow who teaches at Graettinger, and Ella McDonald who teaches at Thompson were all home for the weekend. The E. and R. Youth Fellowship met on Sunday evening for their Devotional meeting. Rev. Vrie- sen was in charge of the discussion with the topic being "Youth On Trial?" ...for all your needs WANT ADS USED MACHINERY 1—40 ft. 4-wheel Farmers Friend portable elevator, with hopper and 12 foot spout $170 1—44 ft. four wheel Little Giant. portable elevator, with hopper and spouts $250 1—1936 John Deere B tractor, good rubber ,_„.. $125 1—I.H.C. 2-14 tractor plow on rubber, good _,. $60 ' WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa 4! PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS — Any make or style, FENTON DRUG. . 41* SERVICE AT THE LOCAL LEVEL: Whether you are a customer or not — that's the goal of Voigt Insurance, Your Fentop Insurance Agent. INSURE. Phone 22. 41* dent; Mrs Eugene Huskamp, Fen- tqn, secretary, and treasurer, Mrs Jesse Blanchard of Lone Rock. Appointed pn the constitution committee were Mrs Lyle Eng- Jaj}d and Mrs Myron Speer of {Seneca, Mrs Plaf Norland and the Bey. Harvey Walker of Fenton and Art Priebe of Lone Rock Young People,Home Several 'Seneca young people who are attending college spent the weekend" at the home of their respective parents and also attended the Algona Band Festival on Saturday. Among them were Raymond Wilberg of Luther College, Gail Kauffman and Roger Nielsen cti Waldorf CoUege; Mar* eia Hartshprn, Mankato Business CoJiege, Sharon Dopsey, Marian Beaver and Margaret Fjsc^eG §tate feachers College Mr and, Mrs Jojjn Johaonesen ,_ id Mr and JMrs Liwreupg Jpjin' nesen, Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Fred Johanneses and Qavol, Bancroft; Mr ead*|i|jFS M*rt«i WU» berg sud Mr sjid Mrs Hsnvy kooft spent Sunday ap«fi|ooD T gt the Harry -VaWdleck, feOflae on CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank-'"' my friends neighbors and relatives for tho nany cards, letters and visits while in the hospital in Algona and Fort Dodge also since I returned home. Ervin K. Johnson, Fenton, Iowa. 4} i We're ready at all times to help every member of this community "with loans for all needs, savings plans and •\11 bank services. May we assist you too, soon? Irnpprtant For Your Future! And, important to local progress! This helps us make- loans to responsible borrowers, building soundly in this community for your future I It's Good Business To Pay Bills By Bank Check Your cancelled check for payment—whether for business ot household bills — is your. permane'nt recepit. Open a convenient checking account, here! First Trust & Savings Bank - Fenton and Armstrong, Iowa ^ ARE YOU HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR FURNACE OR OIL STOVE? WHY NOT USE Standard Fuel Oil With Sta-Clean _.. The Miracle Additive That Protects Those Vital Part* And Make* For Cleaner Burning, It ^ Will Step Theie Troublesome And Costly Repairs And At The Same Time You Won't Wake Up And Find A Cold House. ""IT COSTS NO MORE TO BUY AND YOUR YEARLY-HEATING COSTS WILL BE LESS AS A RESULT. BUY STANDARD AND SEE THE DIFFERENCE G. J. Gochenour STANDARD OIL AGENT SERVING THE FENTON AND LONE ROCK AREAS •«"•» U ••*• . «-rf»SStr«*r*- s ritmmmmmmmmmmumunmmmmmmmmmnmummmmmmmmu^ .... day anniversary. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experience^ Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FfiNTQN 23 RIN55TEO 21001 20216 FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA, GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN PEERE DEALER Bu?, Phone 3 Res, Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building. Remodeling PHONE 1?$ or 17 Dr. E, W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & tractor Repaid FENTON, IA. LLOYD M, BERKLAND Licensed Reol E«tate Broker And Auction Service No sale too Large - No «U§ foe Small No idle toe Fur *• N» «ole tee Hard My Aim li To Pleote YOU Fenton, lewo IOWA FARM MUTUALIN5URANCE LIFE - CASWALTt - HAIL - HAS AUTOMATIC IGNITION- JUST TURN THE DIAl GAS OR ELECTRIC DRYER oot-operated Definitely ' the GREATEST dryer of all lima! , DEMONSTRATION OFFER $tainles» $1001 Prym HHQ-OFP He«t "Central 1 |n-A-Door tint Trap Gerniifld«l lamp Orym iicp« and light flood* interior wh«fl d98f . *.; i< opened ; Qyiet Rynning .. ' Come in and get Ihls $2.50 3 qr. Stainlest Steel mixing fe«wl fpr only $1.18 STOEBER HARDWARE IOWA

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