The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1960 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 26, 1960
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April 26, 1960 6-Alsertd (la.) Upper De* Moine* Tuesday, April 26, I960 Mothers, Daughters Hold Banquet, Fenton Church Fettlba — Rev. Gerhard Vorland, ELG pastor home on leave from the Japan Mission Field was the guest speaker at the Mother - Daughter banquet at St. John's Lutheran church parlors Monday evening. Also on the program were Rev. W. H. Friedrich, pastor, who gave the table grace; Mrs Olaf Norland, toastmaster; Mrs Harold Eimers, iwelcome; Joanne Mitchell, cornet solo; Susan Hantelman, toast to mothers; Mrs Walter Jentz, toast to , daughters; Mrs James Meyer, a reading; Cheryl Berkland, Kathryn Bierstedt. Jayne Dreyer, Vicki Eimers, Hollee Krause, Marsha Lanerman, Jennifer Struecker, and Candace Vaudt, a song; and songs by William Hantelman, Ervin Borchardt, Arden Norland, Chuck Kern, and Lynn Menz. Town - Country Club The Town and Country Wom- an's Club roe-1 Twesstey evening. April 19- to S2t* fovwse of Mrs Don Shaw, wiSfo Mrs Jtohn Strwecker as ca-fessSess. Kinetic-en members wrre pieseot. The program, an Easter Pageant, was presented by Mrs Calvin VaudS and Mrs Herb Krause. with piano accompaniment by Mrs Arnold Hansen and violin music by Mrs Don Shaw. The group also sang several Easter selections. There are cookbooks still available for those who wish to obtain them. The next and last meeting of the club year will be a potluck supper at the home of Mrs Mervin Priebe with Mrs Dale Weisbrod as assisting hostess. A Gold Seal Award from Mrs J. L. Lush, State Pres., for a good yearbook was presented to the club. ' Lunch was served by the host"Only NK CORN comes through with results like this/ says Henry Vogel "I got 120 bushels per acre off 125 acres last year. I honestly believe only NK corn hybrids could come through with such a yield in a growing season like we had here." "As far as I'm concerned it's the one corn that will do the job, year after year, dry years or wet." I BUY NOW FROM • Fenton Co-Op Elevator NEW...Super Kern-Tone COLOR HARMONY GUIDE Takes the guesswork out of decorating! You will know for sure that the colors you put together in a room are right! THIS IS A SPECIAL COLOR SERVICE OF OUR STORE! Super Kern-Tone IAHX WALL PAIHT KEM-GLQ, MIRACLE ALKYO INAMCL "Our Own-' HARDWARE-In FENTON esses, Circle Meetings The Virginia Circle met Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs S/E. Straley. Mrs Lyle Hansen was a guest. There were 18 members present. Mrs Herschel Hartman presented the lesson. Mrs Frank McFall gave the devotions. The Nellie Circle met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Lyle Newel. Mrs Wendell Ruseh was co-hostess. Mrs Ray Stoeber pave the devotions- Each member present contributed to the lesson. Ella Circle The ElEa Circle met Wednesday afternoon. Apral 20. in th« home of Mrs Lavort Steinbeeget with Mrs Rex Swartson of Whit temore as co-hostess. Mrs Clarence Osbom discussed segregation & race, relation, and Methodist Missions in Africa. Mrs J. A. Schwartz had devotions.. Mrs Jack Gerhart conducted tlte prayer circle. There were 15 members present. The president announced that the annual pledge service will be held at the next • meeting of the Woman's society which will be held May 5. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. Mrs Howard Habey and children of Cedar Falls and Mr and Mrs Robert Johans and family of Minneapolis have been recent visitors in the home of Mrs E. J. Frank and at the Don Shaws. Easter dinner guests in the Everett Dreyer home were Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer and family of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Darrel Dreyer and family, Marlene Walker of Whittemore and Roger Dreyer of Sioux City. Roger spent the weekend here. Mrs Everett Dreyer and Marlene Walker the latter of Whittemore spent the weekend in Sioux City where they visited with Roger Dreyer who. is hospitalized in the Sioux City Lutheran hospital with a knee injury. Mrs Harvey Walker, Mrs Lester Weisbrod, Mrs Art Voigt and Mrs Dale Weisbrod attended the North Iowa Conference Woman's Society meeting at Fort Dodge Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Charles Feye and family, Mr and Mrs Webber Yager and Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegerier 'Ve're"" Easter Sunday dinner guests in the Marlin Wegener home. Easier Sunday dinner guesis in the Ralph Weisbrod home were Mr and Mrs John White and Phylis of Madrid and Mr and Mrs John Eigler of Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Jerald Waiie of Manhattan, Kansas, returned home April 17 after spending a week visiting in the homes of Walter Wegener and Dr. and Mrs Waite. Ronald Mortenson of Ames spent the weekend in the homes of his parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Mortenson. Fred Mortensen and Adolph Mortensen, the latter of Swea City, took their brother Carl to the Veterans Hospital in De.s Moines Wednesday. From DCS Moines they went to Moline, 111., where they visited with their mother, Mrs Hans Mortensen. They also visited in the Russel Garrinson home at Clinton, Iowa Mrs Vernon Perfect and daughter Darria of Chicago arrived Sunday for a week visit with Mrs Blanche Huskamp and the Ralph Weisbrods. Mrs Perfect is Mrs Huskamp's daughter. Mr and Mrs Wilfred SJoeber and Wayne were Friday evening dinner guests in the Gerald VoiRt home. Mrs Swede Kalvig and two small sons of Kanawha visited from Wednesday to Sunday in the parental B. G. Berkland home. Mrs Kalvig arrived Saturday evening and the family returned home together Sunday. The Depew Fellowship circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs Donald Twait. Mrs Amur Cody gave the devotions and Mrs Melvin Berkland presented the lesson. Mrs Arden Twaiten and Mrs Theodore Naig were guests. Mr and Mrs Kern Elrick and family of Jefferson and Mrs Anna Boevcrs were Easter Sunday guests in the L. J. Weisbrod home. Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki and Julie wen; Tuesday evening dinner guests in the Wilfred Stoeber home. Mr and Mrs William Haniel- man and family spent Sunday at Morristown, Minn., with members of the Schmidtke family. Mr and Mrs W. B. Schrnidtke were observing their 49th wedding anniversary. Judy Eigler returned to the University of Iowa Monday after spending several days in the par •entul Paul Eigler home. Mrs Laurnelta Mueller will be hospitalized at the Schoitz hospital in Waterloo. She is expected to be hospitalized for several weeks. Mrs DeLond Votteler visited with her mother, Mrs Frank North at the Emmetsburg hospital. Wed Fifty Years , Sssurt Donate) Freda Thomas Published Ey tiff Upp*r DM Motnet Publishing Co,, Alflana, Iowa MRS, AROETH HALVttSON N«WI Editor Mr and Mrs Ole Pedersen invite their relatives and friends to help them celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary at the Blakjer Lutheran Church, Sunday, May 1, from 2 to 5 p.m. They are pictured above. i •''.-'-'•-. . ..,„„..*' Mr and Mrs Pedersen were married 50 years ago on April 27, in the home of the bride's parents, the late Mr and Mrs Ben Mitchell. They have always lived in the Fenton community. "They are parents of two daughters, Mrs Emil Bleckwenn and Mrs Dale Long. They have four grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. (UDM engraving). " Miss Beverly Grant of LeMar's was a weekend guest in the S. E, Straley home. • Fenfon Forward 4-H Club held its April meeting at the home of Carol Shaw. Their better grooming girls are Marilyn Alt, Junior; Jackie Laabs, .intermediate; and Judy Berkland senior. Judy Berkland has been elected club choice for county office. Karen Seegebarth presented a demonstration. Jeanette Wichtendahl and Bonnie Jentz gave talks. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne spent the weekend with the Carl Siewert family in Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Berneit Hiene and Robin of Sioux City were weekend guests in the parenta 1 Gerhard Hantelman home. Lois Berkland, Cylinder, Gets Top Award Fenton — Lois Berkland, daughter of Rueben Berkland, was selected Tuesday as Junior Homemaker at the annual Homemakers Convention in Sioux City. Selected to represent Iowa at the Home-makers Convention, Lois won over entrants from Minnesota, South Dakota and Nebraska. Lois was awarded a SI 00 scholarship to Morningside College, a S75 Savings Bond and a plaque with her named engraved on it. A senior at Cylinder high school, she has taken an active part in school activities including basketball and both vocal and instrumental music. She is active in her church'work at St. John's Lutheran, Depew, and is also an outstanding 4-H club member. Lois is presently serving as county vice president of the Palo Alto 4-H. Besides all this, Lois has been the principal homemaker in her own home since the death of her mother last spring. She is one of five children. Independence F-B Women Meet Fenton , — Independence Twp. Mixers Farm Bureau Women's club met at the Township Hall. Thursday, April 21. Guests were Mrs Carrie Voigt, Mrs Carl Berkland and Mrs Argabright of the Fenton vicinity and Mrs Elmer E. Kalvig of Kanawha. Mrs Ted Nelson conducted a quiz on Farm Bureau Officers and their office. Suggestions for future, lessons were discussed. A very interesting .lesson on "Know and understand Farm Bureau" was given by Mrs C. L. Underwood. A dessert luncheon was served by the hostess Mrs Bertel Berkeland. Members present besides the hostess were Mesdames Ernest Berkland, Ernest Votteler. 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BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm loan* And Auction Strvlcn Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa Assigned To Rome Gary Zunwh, stun «f Wv Mrs Alvin 3£«n«wh «f f'VKitan, has been transferml from Camp Darby, an atwiy baso at Leghwn, Italy, where, he \v«s stationed, to the American Embassy in Rome, Coming Events Tuesday, April 26 — Local Music Festival; Dorcas Circle. Thursday, April 28 — Depew Aid. ' ' Friday and Saturday, April 2930 — Music Contest. HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT THE FAMOUS DEKALB 423 CORN Homer Matthiesen Phone 141 Fenton. Iowa BOAT Af*D' MOTOft INSU RANCE is now available to pro'" vide you with ALL-RISKS Ins-' uranee on your boat and outboard motor. Sco Voigt Insurance Jn Fentan, It 6ABB OF THANKS I wish to thank all those whb remembered me with cards, gifts, flowers arid visits during my illness. A special thank-you tb ReV. Walker. 1 Louis Weisbrbd. 17* ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••B FERTILIZER ON SPRING YOU lLL NEED IT TO MAKE A CROP PROFIT THIS FALL! 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