The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1965 · Page 9
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One of the earliest books dis- on other worlds was written about cussing the^probabillty of life JOO years ago. SHOP in your HOME """" COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory frlENDlY F6NTQN INVITtS YOU FENtON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD V016T INSURANCE Nnton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE for Buildjno * Remodeling PHONE T23 or 17 Ftnton, Iowa Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Penton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sale* & Service Phone 13 or 136 LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa ' LATEX WALL PAINT Choice of 571 Colors Spectacular bargain! Only Farwell's Decorator latex gives such wide color selection at such a low pricel • Dries In less than en* hour • Completely odorless • Highly retlitant to ell-type stalni • Washable • Clean up with water Reg. $4.98 now only I 49 per gal. 4 Companion Decorator Semi- Gloss available for woodwork, cabinets, kitchen and bath. FENTON LUMBER CO. Bill Hantelman Martin Hantelman Has A Stroke While In Seneca Store SENECA - Tommy Nielsen, who became suddenly 111 last Monday afternoon while he was at the Seneca Store, was taken to the Holy Family hospital on Wednesday where he Is still a patient. He suffered a stroke. - o Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Patersen were Sunday afternoon callers at the O. R. Patterson home, rural Ringsted. The C. 0. Baileys were evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen have a new granddaughter, an eight pound, six ounce baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Frlest of Fort Dodge, on Sunday, March 7. This is their first child. They will name her Doreen Lynn. Mrs. Petersen spent Thursday evening until Sunday afternoon helping at the Friest home. Ralph Campbell, who has been a patient at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville for several days was released last Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Baldwin and the A. N. Storms of Des Molnes spent the weekend at the Cecil Baldwins and visited Tommy Nielsen, a patient at the Holy Family hospital at Esther- vine. Mrs. Baldwin's sister, Clara, who came Tuesday to help care for Tommy, returned home with them» Mr. and Mrs. DavidLooftwere Sunday afternoon visitors at the Robert Thate home at Ceylon, Minn., and helped celebrate one of the Thate children's birthday anniversaries. Sunday dinner guests at the Leona Osborn home included Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Tennyson and children ofTruman,Mr.andMrs. Larry Osborn and Shirley ' Osborn, all of Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilberg and family, accompanied by Martin Wilberg of Fenton spent Saturday and Sunday visiting with other members of their family in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Mrs. Alvin Cyphers was hostess to Modern Mixers Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Nine members answered roll call by telling an Irish joke. The entertainment was "500" played at two.. tables. .Mrs. Fred, Johannesen. will be the April hostess. Mrs. Ted Jensen, chairman of the local Blakjer Lutheran church women and Mr. Henry Looft, Emmetsburg Conference Radio Committee chairman attended the Emmetsburg Conference Board meeting held Tues- day at the St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted. The Conference president, Mrs. Largey, of Ruthven presided at the board meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Otis England of Ringsted entertained at dinner at Spencer Saturday evening, March 6, in observance of their wedding anniversary. Guests included their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause, also Herbie Krause and Marilyn Morningstar of Cedar Falls, and the Rev. and Mrs. Stanley Hansen of Ringsted. Thursday evening coffee guests at the Henry Loofts included the Rev. Stanley Hansen of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. John Johannesen and Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Larry of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Martin Wilberg, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jensen of Ringsted. To Get A New Stove, Fairville Church Kitchen A committee was named Thursday afternoon by the Lutheran Women's Missionary League of St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Fairville, to purchase a new stove for the church kitchen. Rev. Clifford Bliss led the lesson on "Gospel Without Law?" from the Personal Christianity Booklet. A contribution was given to the Palo Alto Chapter of the Retarded Children's Association. Information will be received from them during the year and will be reported on at the LWML meetings. Mrs. Clifford Bliss was received, as a new member of the Ladies Aid. An activity committee was named to set a date for Family Night at the church. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Lloyd Bleckwenn and Mrs. Gilbert Bleckwenn. Book Reviews At Fenton Club FENTON - The Fenton Women's Club heard a book report Tuesday, given by Mrs. Charles Newel and Mrs. Arlo Ranney, The book reviewed was "The White House and It's 32 Families," written by Amy LaFollette Jensen. Twelve members answered the, roll call, "How I like to Cele-» brate My Birthday." There was one guest, Mrs. Reuben Luedtke. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz was hostess for the meeting, and she was assisted by Mrs. W. E. Laage. PUBLIC AUCTION As I have decided to quit farming, I will hold a Public Auction on the farm located 1 mile East and % mile North of F e n t o n, or 5 miles West and % mile North of Lone Rock ON— Tuesday, March 23rd SALE TIME — 1:00 P. M. Uthof Lunch Wagon - MACHINERY - * 1958 IHC 450 Tractor, Power Pack, New Transmission and axel bearings, wheel weights and belt pulley; * 1958 IHC 455A Cultivator; * 1958 IHC 2MH Corn Picker with Grease Bank; * 1960 IHC No. 10 Sheller to fit 2MH; * 1960 IHC 13-Ft. Tandem Disc; * IHC 4-Row Rotary Hoe; * IHC Hammermill; * 1959 John Deere 3-14" Trip Bottom Plow; * 1955 John Deere 490 Corn Planter, (Overhauled one year ago) Complete with Dry Fertilizer and off-set disc opening; * John Deere Model H Tractor Spreader; * Schwarts Wide- front to fit 450; * John Deere Evener and 5-Section Drag; Nobel Evener & 4-Section Drag; * Port Huron Running Gear with Midwest Hoist and Flare Box; * Two-Wheel Unloading Wagon; * Case Spring Tooth; * Case 7-Ft. Tractor Mower; * Case 4-Bar Side Rake; * 2 — 40-Bushel Hog Feeders; * Heat-Houser; * 9-Ft x 9-Ft, Camping Tent with Floor; * Some Shop Tools; if And Other Items Too Numerous To Mention. Usual Auction Terms — Not Responsible for Accidents — No Property Removed Until Settled For — Richard Underwood OWNER Bensen and Berkland, First Trust & Savings Bank, Auctioneers Fenton, Clerk Band Mothers To Serve Lunches FENTON - The Band Bothers of Sentral Community School made plans Wednesday night to serve refreshments at the Pops Concert, to be held at Sentral school March 22. The group also plans to serve lunch at the Fenton Co-operative Elevator's annual meeting March 27 and will serve for the Junior- Senior Banquet April 23. A committee was selected to make nominations for officers for the 1965-66 school year. The elections will be held at the next meeting, April 12. The Band Mothers recently purchased some new equipment for the Stage Band, a newly organized band group at Sentral. Receipts of $65,45 were reported for serving refreshments at two basketball tournament games in February. Titonka Pfc. Named Orderly For Colonel PHIUP GABMAN Mr. and Mrs, Stanley Carman, Titonka, have received a letter congratulating them on the sei* ectton of their son, Pfc. Philip Carman, as colonel's orderly of the 1st. Bn. 18th. Inf. He was chosen because of his out* standing military knowledge, appearance and oy^yall conduct, Pfc. Carman entuuftd. the service March, 1964, Ruth Ann Mogler Bride At West Bend, Feb. 28 Thursday, March 19, 1965 Algona, (la.) Upper 0«* Mo!rtt*-9 At 6:00 o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mogler entertained at a bridal supper In their home, for 67 guests. The bridal couple had a week's wedding trip to Kansas where they visited relatives. Emma Jane Starkweather, diminutive resident of Rockford, celebrated her 106th birthday March 1st, Floyd County's eldest citizen Is In excellent spirits and enjoys company, reads and gets •"around by herself. DON'T DN.AY! ... GET FIRE INSURANCE TODAY 1 Tomorrow could be too late. This is the day to make sure you have adequate fire insurance protection. Let us plan a program of coverage that will give you the greatest protection at the least possible cost. BLOSSOM INSURANCE Phone 295-2735 FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE COVERAGE CALL NOW!; Algona, lower On Sunday February 28 at 2:00 o'clock, in Peace Lutheran church in West Bend, Ruth Ann Molger, daughter ofMr.andMrs. Sam Mogler of West Bend became the bride of Mr. Terry Schafer, son of Mr, and Mrs. August Schafer. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. W. C. Ostermeier. Nuptial music was played by Mrs. Tim Klein, organist, who accompanied Mr. Lynn Zaugg of Rockford, 111. who sang "0, Perfect Love" and "The Lord's Prayer." Ushers were Harlan Bonnstetter and Lloyd Zinnel. The bride wore a floor length gown of white peau-de-soie and chantilly lace over taffeta and nylon net. The long-sleeved gown featuring a princess bodice and chapel, train, was trimmed' with sequins and pearls. Her head- 1 piece was a bouffant net, topped by pearl trimmed petals and a miniature crown, and attached to it was the fingertip veil. Maid of honor was Miss Linda Wegener, the groom's cousin and Mrs. Harlan Bonnstetter, sister of the bride, served as bridesmaid. Nancy Meyer, of Sabetha, Kans. niece of the bride, was flower girl. The ring bearer was Craig Mogler. Attending the groom' were his brother Roger Schafer as best man. Groomsman was a cousin of the groom, Ronald Schafer. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the parental Sam Mogler home, for 300 guests. Hosts were Art Mogler, Mrs. Larry Berninghaus, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Berninghaus. At the gift table were Laura Berndt, Jeanne Krissen and Lois Wegener. The guest book was in charge of Miss Louise Paulsen. Mrs. Fred Williams cut the wedding cake. Coffee was served.by,. Mrs. Aurel Montgomery and the punch was served by Mrs. Lloyd Zinnel. Waitresses were the Misses Janet Banwart, Karen Banwart, Delores Gerber and Elaine Fehr. PUT f c#n tittfe' Lenten Menus available markers: throughout North Central Iowa Ignore the resistant-rootworm problem and you'll find that your corn crop can be reduced as much as 50% . . . even more! That's why thousands of growers are putting in their orders for THIMET (phor- ate) soil insecticide . . . now! It's the low cost, proven, resistant- rootworm control. To get the best results with THIMET, it is important that you apply it according to label directions. THIMET should be applied in a wide band application. The insecticide tubes should be behind the shoe —dropping the granules after the seed has been partially covered with soil. THIMET is easy to apply with conventional granular equipment. It is free-flowing. You avoid down time due to caking. No matter how you measure THIMET, you will find it provides top resistant-rootworm control. Don't risk resistant-rootworm damage. Use THIMET-the low cost, proven, resistant-rootworm control. Start on the way to bigger, better corn yields today—order THIMET from your insecticide dealer. Come harvest, you'll be glad you did. Before.using any pesticide, stop and read the label. Once lodging occurs, mechanical picking is very difficult, often impossible. You can prevent lodging caused by resistant rootworms with THIMET (phorate) soil insecticide. AMERICAN CYANAMID COMPANY PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY

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