The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1960 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 19, 1960
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I April 19, 1960 ®Ijc Published By Tho Upper DM Molntt Publishinf Co., Algona, Iowa MRS, AROFW HAIVERSON Newt DEKALB CHIX IVE AY attd, Homer Matthiesen Fhone 141 Fenton, la. 2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moine* Tuesday, April 19, 1960 Top farmers get more from every acre with . ,v> Northrup King Hybrids Top farmers in your area can show how NK Hybrids consistently produce higher yields, dry down faster and pick cleaner. This year see for your- •elf...NK Hybrids in a full range of maturities" ;.. bred to give you best performance. NORTHRUP KING hybrids • Fenton Co-Op Elevator Formers re// on DEPENDABLE STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Standard Farm product! can. h«lp you keep your form production high, let me prove it to you. £ • l^^^^^ 0 ^' mo «y e ^b>ltfl"*JL For friendly, prompt wvk* Cflff M ^' r ' V;i>V -v, r! ^H ^ tl MEYER Fenton Elevator Elects Directors; Has Good Year Fenlon — At the annual meeting of stockholders of the Fenton Co-Operative Elevator, held Wednesday evening of last week. Hans Baago, Bill Jentz, Wilfred Bicrstedt and Ben Berkland were elected as directors. The meeting was attended by about 12f> In the organization meeting of the directors, Otto Borchardt was reelected president. Hans Baago was named vice- president, and Norman Larsen, secretary. A total of $17,500 in patronage refunds for 1954 was distributed at the time. Attendance awards were won by Ben Mitchell, who received a $25 bond, Emil Bierstedt. John Munch, F. F. Bierstedt. Norman Larsen and Rudy Hannover. The annual report showed ;< total sales for the fiscal year of March 1. 1959, to Feb. 29. 1950 of $767,905.18. Net savings from operations was $52,477.94 less allocated patronage refunds of $31.515.07. The meeting was held at the Fcnton Community building. Mr and Mrs E. C. Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs Charles Osborn and Mi and Mrs Milton Maclsen and children were Easter Sunday guests- in the home of Mr and Mrs John Munch. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halver son, Merle and Barbara were guests at a family dinner in the Earl Jensen home at Ringgtcd Easter Sunday. Mr and Mrs Martin Hantel- man and Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn ittendecl the open-house at De- x>w Sunday in honor of the Eldon Rhode's 25lh wedding an niversary. Mr and Mrs Herbert Weiske and family of Cedar Rapids spent last weekend in the home of Mr and Mrs Frank McFall. Saturday the Wieskes attended the funeral of Mr Wieskc's grandfather at Hurt. The Wieskes and Mr and Mrs Wendell Rusch and Margo were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the McFall home Mrs Leone Halverson spent the Easter weekend in the home o her brother, the Elmer Kellers a Austin, Minn. Easter Sunday dinner guests in the Raymond Stoeber homi were Mr and Mrs Lyle Basset and Timmy of Milford and M uncl Mrs Ervin Kassulke and fam ily of Tri-Mont, Minn. Mrs Raymond Sloeber enter tained at Bridge club Mondaj evening. Mrs. George Jent won high prize, Mrs Clayton Dislworth 2nd high and Mrs Lloyd Sunde won low. Mrs E. K. Johnson was a guest. Mr and Mrs Frank McFall and Mr and Mrs Herbert Weiske and Fast drying Northrup King Hybrids • The time to tell good corn is when you pick it. It has to pick clean and fast and be safe to crib. And that's a feature of NK hybrid corn . . . husks that really open up for fast fall drying, and slender quick-drying cobs—that's what you can depend on. Come in today and pick the hybrids best suited for your farm. Northrup King Hybrids in the maturity ranges you want now at ^ FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR family of Cedar Rapids were Monday dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Wendell Susch. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske, Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler, Mrs Retta Eigler, Mr and Mrs Kayc Ruske of Davenport, Judy Eigler and ,ynri Ruske were Easier Sunday dinner guests in the George Murphy home. Mr and Mrs D. G. Keoppel and Judy spent the Easter weekend with relatives in Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs! W. E. Laage and boys were Easter Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Howard Long at Algona. Mr and Mrs Kaye Ruske of Davenport spent from Thursday to Sunday in the homes of Dr and Mrs E. W. Ruske and Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler. Mr Hind Mrs Raymond Siqeber spent last weekend in the Olivei Stoeber home at Laurel, Iowa While there they saw the Senior class play. Steve Stoeber'had the leading roll in the play. Mr and Mrs H. N. Wilberg, M and Mrs Norman Wilberg anc family of Ringsted and Mr and Mrs 'j. A. Schwartz were last Sunday dinner guests in the W E. Laage home. Mr and Mrs Arnold Kansen. Rnnda, and Roger were Easier Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs Da'gmer Newel in Al.wna. Mr and Mrs Burnelt Hiene and Robin of Sioux City were weekend guests in the home of Mi I'.ncl Mrs Gerhard Hantelman Easier Sunday dinner guests in the Hanlclman's home were the Hienes and Mr and Mrs • Merle Voigt and family. Carl Morlenson who has beer hospitalized for a number of weeks at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville following a stroke that he suffered in his- home will be taken to the Veteran's hospital in Des Moines Wednesday. Arnold Hanson attended s Standard Oil Company meeting Wednesday at Sioux City. Mr? Hanson accompanied him as fai as Sioux Center where she visit- ed in the Eugene Newel home, j Part* Weisbrod, studfcnt al Vlorningside college, spent the Easier weekend in the home of ler parents, Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod. The Dorothy Circle met Thurt* day afternoon in the home of Mrs Dale Weisbrod. Mr and Mrs Arnold Heller, Marsha, Dennis, and Jerry ot Marble Rock spent last week- aid in the home of Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell. Sunday dinner guests in the Morris Mitchell home were the Arnold Hellers and Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood & family were Easter Sunday dinner guests in the Chester Skaar home at Primghar. Miss Judy Eigler of Iowa City §pent the Easter weceknd in the home of her parenls, Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler. Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joanne spent Easter Sunday in the Don Uthof home at Wes Concord, Minn, Tuesday overnight guests in the Ed Bruhn home were Mr anc Mrs O, Wytlendach. The Wyt tendachs. were -returning to their home at Aitkon, Minn, from San Diego, Calif.. . Mr and Mrs William Young were Friday morning visitors in the Ed Bruhn home. ,The Young were ' enroute to ' their home at J ine River, 'Minn., 'after a trip o Tucson, Ariz. Mr and Mrs Ervin Votteler and family, Mr and Mrs Delond Vollcler and family were Easter Sunday dinner guesls in Ihe Woman's Club Of Fenton Has Annual Ballot Ernest Votteler home. Beth Ann Newel, student at Mankato State College, spent the past week with her mother, Mrs Jessie Newel. . Fenton — Mrs E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs Paul Eigler were the lostesses for the Fenton Woman's lub which met Tuesday in the liglcr home. Mrs A. J. Eason, wife of an Algona dentist, had 29 dolls of her collection of 300 with her at the meeting . Mrs Eason began her collection about 8 or 10 years ago to illustrate children's stories. She also collects China Dolls, and has some foreign dolls also. Election of officers was held. Newly elected officers are Mrs Aru.ur Priebe of Lone Rock as president, Mrs Ervin Johnson as secretary and Mrs Homer Matthiesen as treasurer, Mrs Hilber Bierstedt was re-elected as vice- president and Paul Eigler as historian. , The next meeting of the Worn ar's Club will be May 10. . Mr and Mrs Cecil Parker of Moville, Iowa were Saturday visitors of Mrs Alice Parker and on Larry at the Delbert Geitzenauer home. Mr and Mrs Fred Eckhari of Bancroft are the parents of an 3 Ibr 11 oz. son born at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Mi and Mrs Roelf Miller of Fenton qrc the maternal grandparents. Fenton Progressors The Fenton Progressors held their April meeting Monday evening in the home of Dennia Sfewel. A new member, Jimmy Sunde, joined the club. The delegate for short course at Ames is Bernard Laabs, with James Laabs as alternate. Gary Berkland was elected to go to district camp at Clear Lake with nis alternate being Dennis Newel. Discussion topic was by Earl and Jon Jentz. A demonstration wal given by John and Linnea.s Laage. Leader Walter Jentz distributed project enrollment papers. Lunch was served by Mrs Newel. Lorraine Oftedahl Of Fenton Weds Easter Sunday Fenton — In a pretty ceremony performed Easter Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Blakjer Lutheran church, Lorraine Oftedahl; was united in marriage to'Jerry Jacobs of Armstrong. hTe bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Olaf Oftedahl of Fenton and the bridegroom in the son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Rev. formed >..•»'? <*»!».* "Marian Blockhus-wf- the doufrfeWr ' -Henry. iWUberg- was > pianist -anc Coming Events April 19, Tuesday — Town & Country Woman's Club. April 20, Wednesday — Ella Circle; Nellie Circle. April 21, Thursday — Depcw Circle; Blakjer WMF; Independence Mixers. April 22, Friday — Fenlon Twn. Homcbuildcrs, North Iowa Conference WSCS; Methodis church, Fort Dodge. April 24, Sunday — Algona District MYF Rally Methodis church, Forcsl City. April 21 and 22 — Senior clas )lay under the direction of Will am O'Brien. "Mystery in the Library" will be presented av 8:00 in the Sentral gym. OUR OWN HARDWARE Merle Halverson, soloist, sang. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was atlired in a Beige slrecl lenglh dress wilh while accessories and wore a light green carnation corsage. Mr and Mrs Wayne Wicks of Dolliver, friends of the couple, were their attendants. Mrs Wicks wore a light blue dress with white accessories and a white carnation corsage. Don Dokken, Estherville, bro- iher-in-law of the bride, was usher and Mrs Marlin Gcercles of Swea City, sister of the bridegroom, registered the guesls .Following, the wedding a re- ccplion was. held at. the home of the bride's parents. v The cake was cut and served by the bride's sister, Mrs Don Dokken. Following a short wedding trip, the couple will make their home in Armstrong. Mrs Charles Newel and Mrs E K. Johnson drove to Toledo, last Friday where they atlcnded thr Senior Class play. Barbar; Hanifan, granddaughter of Mrs Johnson was a member of the play cast. They returned to Fcn- ton Sunday. Mr and • Mrs Art Kabrick re cenlly spent a week with Mr and Mrs Richard Shiplcr al Crocker Mo. Enroule home thov visited Mrs Kabrick's mother, Mrs MyrU Wald and her sislers, Mrs Ra Lees and Mrs Homar Darling all of Des Moines. 300 At Sentral Activities Event Wayne Cooley, Des Moines, was principal speaker at Tuesday night's activities .banquet at the Sentral high school gym. The 300 pel-sons at the affair were served by the , Sentral Band mothers. The executive secretary of the Iowa high school girls athletic union said the banquet was characteristic of present day leaning? in education. . He said competition in business and .industry requires' 'a wel Sounded personality. He had ob- rved, he said, that high schoo students are not one sided. The (athlete,is also a musician or ai Outstanding speech student. READ THE WANT ADS—IT PAYS How bathroom wall stays put without Stick-urn! Oil X heap bif covering material for wall*, table*, chairs, screen*. Oat st«, the hew self-adhesive decorative material Inade of riMsroNt mow MASTIC. • •7 *1U e*. A Big Supply At SIOEBER HARDWARE IN FENTON SENECA NEWS Mrs Don Dokken and children' of Esthervillc spent the weck- nd at the parental Olaf Oftedahl home. 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