The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1965 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1965
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FEBRUARY 11,1965 £&A an fUpmrf M 6-Aljr«mo (la.) Upper D»« MofnM ThurHay, Fab. 11, 196S To Install Rev. Bliss At Fairville Church, Feb. 14 FEKTON — St. Luke's Lutheran Church at FairvillF has a new resident pastor, after being without one for the past IS months. This week the Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Bliss arrived and moved into the church parsonage. A special Installation service Is scheduled for Z;30p.m , Feb. 14. The Rev. Bliss suroprds tho Rev. Robert Eckelman, who left In January. 1%4, to accept a call to Sheridan. Wyo. The Rev. Cleo Kautsch, Whlttemore, has served as interim pastor. Before Installation ceremonies here the Blisses will make a brief visit to their son, who Is in service in Alabama. The Rev. Bliss was born at Osaffe, la., June 28, 1898. His boyhood was spent on a farm near Kensett In Worth County, la. His family moved to a farm near Mllnor, N.D., when he wa» 16. It was there ho decided to study for the ministry and he entered Con- cordla Lutheran Seminary, Springfield, III., when he was 84. Hli year's vicarage was spent as a school teacher at Huntlngton Ind., and he was graduated from the seminary in 1928. The Rev. miss began his ministry at the predominately Negro Holy Trinity Lutheran Churrh Springfield, ni. Other pastorates were at Osman, HI., Conrordia, In Springfield, HI., Lohman and Dunceton in Missouri, Immanuel near Ores- ham and St. Peter's of Davenport, both In Nebraska, and St. John's Lutheran Church in Climbing Hill. la., which he served for the past four years, In several of these congregations he served as a teacher in the parish schools, as wpll as pastor. Mrs. Bliss Is the former Miss Edith Schultz of Stlrum, N.D. The Rev. and Mrs. Bliss were married In 1928. Their family Includes three sons and three daughters; Ruth, Mrs. Don Werner of Omaha; Paul of Phoenix, Ariz.; Kenneth of Eugene Ore.; Phyllis and her twin sister Grace, who are Mrs. Don Basse of Mayvllle, Wise., and Mrs, William Leiden of Milwaukee; and David, In service. They have seven grandchildren. The installation service at St. Luke's will be conducted by the Rev. Cleo Kautsch, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church Whlttemore. and counselor of the Algona Circuit. Assisting will he the Rev. Rex Splcer of Fenton and the Rev. Arnold Vehllng of Lone Rork. and other Missouri Synod Lutheran pastors of the surrounding area. After the service, members of the church will honor their new pastor at a reception In thr church parlors. For perfect comfort get... AMERICAN. Brand Heating Oil with Sta-Clean* You couWn't aslk for more perfect heat. AMEJRICA.N Brand Heating Oil burns clean. STA-CLEAN*, the heat-improver additive, keeps your burner running like a clock. Our Sta-Ful Delivery Is keyed to the wether. Accurnfe rnrortfp M. ».s know, in advance, when vou'll need oil. And our JiiKtircii Budget Ai.v- mcnt Plan gives you insurance protection at no extra cost. Get full details. Call today! Standard Sta-Warm Service JIM MEYER Fenton — Phone 44 Standard Oil Tank Wagon Service r Fenton Church Host To Ten Church Groups FENTON - The Fenton Methodist church was host to the pastors and wives of the ten churches holding their sub-district rally here Monday, February 8. Speaker to the group was Dr. Taylor, an ordained minister and staff professor of Rust College, a Negro school in Mississippi. He spoke about integration of schools in Mississippi, and the problems many Negro institutions face in trying to meet the requirements of becoming accredited colleges. The race relations offering which will be taken in these Methodist churches in February will be turned over to Rust College. Dinner was served to the group by three members of the Women's Society for Christian Service, Mrs. Jack Gerhart, Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod. OUR OWN MAMOWAI1C FEBRUARY SPECIAL •.7* VALUB HUOI "•WINd-TOP" PLASTIC WASTE BIN Th« ttodtrn, n*»t w»y * 4CO to *tor* r*fu*«. . . . V |Ov Handy iwln(-ap*n «o*> •r k«p* oonttnti oat of light, odon In. Hug* BO qt. o»p»olty hold* more-mean* !••• trip* to th* lQoln*r*lor. Stand* S6« tnoh** high. STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON ( OUR OWN HARDWARE; FARMERS! ATTENTION THE FENTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR CO. OF FENTON, IOWA WILL HOLD A FARMER INFORMATION MEETING AT THE FENTON COMMUNITY CENTER FRIDAY, FEB. 19 — 1:30 p. m. Sharp The Meeting Will Be Condutced By Mr. James Telecky, Agronomist For The Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Company, This will be only an information meeting on the changes taking place in the use of new chemicals used in the production of corn, new bugs and weed control to get the best returns for the farmers principal crop of corn or beans. Mr. Telecky Comes To Us Well Recommended In These Fields, You Owe It To Yourself To Spend This Hour With Him Even If You Do Not Plan On Using These Products This Year. FENTON Go-Op Elevator Ftnten, lowo Wed 63 Years, Sam Warners Are Honored FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner observed their 63rd wedding anniversary Sunday, Feb. 7, with a reception at the Turner Nursing Home in Armstrong. They have lived at the home since an attic fire in their house in Fenton on Dec. 8, 1964, forced them to move from town. They were visited by 48 friends and relatives Sunday. Refreshments were furnished by their granddaughter, Mrs. James Harris of Goleta, California, and were served by Mrs. FredMort- enson, Fenton and Mrs. Luella Hansen, Armstrong, with the assistance of the employees of the Home. Relatives and friends attending the reception included Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Warner and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wegener, Whlttemore, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson, Burt, and Rev. and Mrs. Russell Eldridge, Fenton. - o - PLAN INSTALLATION The Lutheran Women's Missionary League of St. Luke's Lutheran church, Falrville, completed plans at their meeting Thursday, Feb. 4, for the installation service and reception to be held February 14 for Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Bliss. Mrs. Carl Beck gave the opening devotions at the LWMLmeet- and also led the Bible lesson, "Living with People." During the business meeting, the members voted to assume the expense of having telephone service put into the church. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. James Bierstedt and Mrs. Anna Bleckwenn. - o - BURT WOMAN SPEAKER Mrs. Dean Andrews, Burt, spoke ,to the Women's Society of Christian Service Thursday, Feb. 4, at 'the Fenton Methodist church. Her subject was giving through the WSCS to supply the needs of others. Mrs. Russell Eldridge gave the worship devotion and the topic, "Your Responsibilities to Race and Crime." Plans were completed for the Father-Son Banquet the WSCS will serve Friday evening in Fenton. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Lester Weisbrod, and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod. - o - GOODWILL PICKUP The Goodwill Industries will send a truck to pick up contributions at the Fenton Methodist church on Monday, February 22. Items wanted include clothing, repairable shoes and costume jewelry, small electric appliances and toys. They cannot use magazines, old papers and furniture at this time. Contributions may be packed in bags or boxes and brought to the church basement at any time before February 22. - o Guests at the Roy Chrischilles home Friday evening for Roy's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Menz, Mr. and Mrs. Marold Schlei and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Chrischilles and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ulses. Four tables of 500 were played, and prizes went to Mrs. Schlei, Mrs. W. Menz, Jerry Wiener and Ronald Chris- chilles. Lunch was brought by the guests, who were self-invited. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wiener were Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrischilles. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff, moved Saturday to Spencer where Richard has been working as a policeman for the last three weeks. Their address in Spencer is 109 East Second Street. Monday afternoon guests of Mrs. Burnett Heine for Larry's fourth birthday were Mrs. Leroy Jacobsen and Kevin, Mrs. Kenneth Krause, Scott, Shawn, and Theresa, and Mrs. James Meyer and Danny. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and Nadine, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bleckwenn, Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls, and Miss Diane Snell were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman for Arnold's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Waite and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye spent last weekend visiting in Manhattan, Kansas and in Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman, Mary and Becky were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Hilbert Hantelman inMankato, who had surgery recently. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn also visited there on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren, Barbara and Bradley were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell spent last weekend at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Silrum, Storden, Minn. Mrs. Silrum is a daughter of the Mitchells. Mrs. Webber Yager was hostess for the Saturday Afternoon Bridge Club last week. Guests were Mrs. Amos Finnestad, Mrs. Clarence Wegener, and Mrs.Rex Wolfe. Prize winners were Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mrs. Jessie Newel, and Mrs. Rex Wolfe. Weekend visitor of Mrs. Alex Radig was Eugene Radig, Omaha. On his return he took Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig with him to Omaha, where they took a plane to California. There they will attend the wedding of their dau ghter, Marlys, to Mr. Norman Usher on February 20. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde moved to their house in town last Thursday. Mr. Sunde is now operating the Fenton Produce, which he recently purchased from Eldon Duncan. The Bernard Tigges family of Lone Rock have purchased the farm the Sundes left, and will be moving soon. Miss Judy Eigler spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Judy is a speech therapisfcand works in the Marshalltown, Iowa schools. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager were hosts for a 500 party Sunday night at which 5 tables were in play. Husband and wife scores were added together for the prizes, which went to Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hartman and Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener, Mrs. Arnold Hanson won the travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch, for supper. Mrs. Ida Dreyer left last week for a month's trip in the south. She planned to visit with relatives in St. Louis, Missouri, then travel to New Orleans for some sight-seeing, PUBLIC AUCTION Having decided to quit farming, I will hold a Public Auction on the farm located 1 mile East, 4 miles South and % mile East of Ringsted, or 2 miles North and 2*4 West of Fenton, or 14y 2 miles East of Graettinger on MONDAY. FEB. 15 SALE TIME 1:00 P. M. — — Lunch On Grounds — 71 Head of Livestock 71 * 15 Duroc, Spotted Poland and Chester White Crossbred Sows to ,start farrowing March 31. Bred to Hampshire Boar. * 32 Mixed Feeder Pigs if 1 Hampshire Boar The above hogs are all vaccinated for Cholera. Sows will be blood tested. .__ * 21 Blackfaced Ewes to start lambing April 26. * Suffolk Buck * Shetland Pony, 3 yrs. old, bridle & saddle. OJ MACHINERY - * 1951 Farmall M Tractor, good rubber, good condition; * 1949 Farmall H Tractor, good rubber, recently painted; * 1939 John Deere A Tractor; * IHC 461 Cultivator to fit M; * IHC 238 Cultivator for H;*IHC 60 3-Bottom 16" Plow, trip bottom; * IHC 4-Section 16-Ft. Springtooth; * IHC 450 Corn Planter, Liquid Fertilizer, Disc Openers; * New Idea 44-Ft. Elevator, Two Wheel, Underslung Derrick, PTO Drive; * New Idea 6A Corn Picker, Rear Elevator; * New Idea Trail-Type T Power Mower; * New Idea Side Delivery Rake; * John Deere 15-Ft. Disc; * John Deere H Spreader; * John Deere 36-Ft. Elevator, Overhead Hoist, Speed Jack; * 2 — 4-Wheel Trailers with Wood Flare Box; * 4-Section Flexible Drag; * 4-Wheel Trailer with Steel Flare Box; *Humboldt Stalk Cutter;* Horn Loader and Snow Scoop; * Implement Trailer with 8' x 14' Tilting Bed, Licensed; * 2-Wheel Trailer with 4' x T Box and Rack; * 20' 6" Grain Elevator with V 2 H.P. Motor; * IHC 8-Ft. Windrower; * IHC Endgate Seeder; * Stan-Hdist Drive on Hoist; * Trailer Box; * 9-Ffr. Disc; * Hay Loader; * 2-16" Plow; fr McCormick-Deering Corn Binder; if Fanning Mill. -- MISCELLANEOUS -- * 2 35-Bu. Klein Hog Feeders; * 30-Bu. Pax Hog Feeder; * 30-Bu. Square Utility Hog Feeder; * 5-Bu. Pig Feeder; * 2 80-Gal. Hog Waterers; * 2 — 2' x 2' x 4* Hog Watering Tanks; * 2'x 2'x 6'Hog Watering Tank; * 50-Gal. Hog Waterer; * Bottle Gas Tank Heater; * 2 300-Gal. Gas Barrels, Hose & Stands; * 16-Ft. Feed Bunk; * 12-Ft, Hay Bunk; * 12-Ft Sheep Hay Bunk;* Wheel Weight; * Platform Scale; * Portable Air Compressor; * Tractor Chains, 12 x 38 and 10 x 36; * Disc Transports; * Heat-Houser* for M and H; * Bale Fork; * Cement and Wo;od Hog Troughs; * 2 Chick Brooders; * Chicken Feeders; * Roosts and Nests; * Log Chains; * Forks; *Shovels; * Wrenches; if And Many, Many Other Items Too Numerous To Mention. * CHICKENS * * 250 K-222 Kimber Year Old Hens if 400—542 Welp-Line Yearling Hens * FEED * * 600 Bales of Alfalfa and Timothy Hay * 250 Bales of Bright Straw * 100 Bushels of Chippewa Seed Beans, 1 yr. after Certification. The above hay and straw will be piled in 100 bale lots, No Property Removed Until Settled For * BUILDINGS * * 1 — 10' x 12' HOG SHED * 1 - 12' x 14' BROODER HOUSE if 1 — 12' x 16' BROODER HOUSE * HOUSEHOLD GOODS * * Kelvinator 13.7 Cu Ft. Refrigerator, m .years old; * Buffet; * Library Table; * Commode; * 2 Beds with Springs; * 2 Dressers; * Pedestal; * Fruit Jars. USUAL AUCTION TERMS Not Responsible For Accidents Florence E. Saxton. Owner Bensen & Clark, Auctioneers First Trust & Savings Bank, Fenton—Clerk

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