The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1959 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 26, 1959
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6-Algona (Id.) Upper Des Mdlffes ,;!' •'.I ,,j ^ «•• VF ^'i ' i" i • ^' : \ hr: 6 Sentral Students Get Superior Music Ratings — The North Central Bandmasters Music- Festival was held at Mason City, Saturday, Feb. 14, but due to icy roads some schools were unable to attend. Special arrangements were tnade for Sentral Students to play solos on Wednesday after school. Receiving superior ratings and the instrument played were as follows: Trudy Huskamp, Alto clarinet; Margaret Dittmer, B-flat clarinet; Brian Borchardt, B-flat clarinet; Elaine Schlci, flute; 'Marilyn Johnson, cornet; Ray Dreyer, Trombone. Receiving excellent rating wero the following: Nadin Weisbrod, cornet; Judy Hammerstrom, B- flat clarinet: Wayne Stoeber, cor- net; Mary Hurlburt, bell lyre. Bobby Kohlwes received a 'good rating' for his cornet solo. Students were given constructive criticism by Paul Behm, director of Mason City High school Band, and were awarded printed blue, red or white ribbons for their respective ratings. Parents attending were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer, Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom, Mrs Dale Weisbrod, Mrs Eugene Huskamp and Mrs Ray Dreyer. Mrs Reuben Luedtke was also in attendance. Accompanists were Janet Behne, Pam Weisbrod and Trudy Huskamp. Circle Meetings Fourteen members attended GET MORE FROM EVERY ACRE WITH K1NGSCROST i j.— ORDER NOW FROM Fenton Co-Op Elevator FEN-TON*, IOWA NORTHRUP; KING & CO. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY . INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 : HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building . Remodeling ^ i^ .PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske ' DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, • Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repairs • FENTON, IA. 1 ; LLOYD M, BERKLAND ,;,., , Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans * , ; , And Auction Service Phpne 803, Fenton, Iowa February meetings of the Verna Circle in the home of Mrs Herschal Hartman Thursday, Feb. 19. Mrs Hans Baago led the worship service and Mrs Fred Mbrtehson was in charge of the program. Mrs John Theesfield was -in charge of the circle prayer. The March meeting will be with Mrs Hans Baago. Mrs Clarence Yager was hoai- ess to the Ella Circle Wednesday, Feb. 18 with Mrs Arnold Hansen, co-hostess. Mrs J. A. Schwartz; conducted the meeting and had devotions. Mrs Clayton Dits« worth presented the lesson. Two Win Free Mams Only two were in Fenton lo . claim their free hams Friday- evening. Mrs Florence Behne and Mrs Kate Men*. Other names drawn were Mrs Donald Hadig of Lone Rock, Ralph Wllham, Fenlon, Mrs A. L. Kabrick, Bonnie Peril. Mrs Gilbert Scribner, Sr. Mrs Melvin Berkland, Cylinder/ John Wegener of Cylinder, ' Mrs Charles Gappa, Cylinder, Kenneth Bollinger and Edwin Wlchiendahl. ' ' , Town > Country Women . The Town and Country Woman's Club met Tuesday evening, Feb. ! 17, 1959 in the home of Mrs Clarence Yager, with Mrs Dale Voigt as assisting hostess. . Mrs Jock Gerhart and Mrs Har- 1 art Elmers gave the! program on Drama with a history of Drama, and a skit entitled 'Hats.' Thirteen members and one guest, Mrs Herbert Krause, ans r wered roll call. The president announced the following* meetings to be held: February 25 a program 'committee meeting at Emmetsburg, and April 4th, the County Federation meeting at .the Titonka Methodist church.' ; - >:,':, Mrs Arnold Hansen, Mrs Petterson of Burt ' and Mrs John Struecker have been appointed on a committee ' to investigate the possibilities of a Mental Health Institute in Kossuth County by the County Federation President, Mrs ! Thompson of Burt. : The club voted to :cohtribute to the Council of Retarded Children in Kossuth County, and Heart Fund; ; The club is planning ito join members of the Farm Bureau on a 'tour of the Legislature in Des Moines,. and of' Blank Memorial Hospital on March 10 by chartered bus. Lunch was served by the hostesses, ' ' ..'; . ' '/' . the Lotts Creek community^ -aifi the parents of two sons and three daughters, Mrs Duane Dreyer and I6ni, Jackie and Jimmie of Humboldt were guests in the E, H. Dreyef< home from Sunday until Wednes^ day of this past week, while Duane was attending OiK. Tire Convention in -Kansas City, Mb. Mr and Mrs Larry Alt were also Sunday visitors in the E, tt, Dreyer home, ' •'•'•' Mr and Mrs Ernest Mueller re* ceived a call Friday announcing the arrival of a new grandson, Mr and Mrs Wayne Finnestad of Sacramento, Calif,- are, the par-' ents of a 5 Ib. 6 02. son born Friday, Feb. 20. 3*hey''had not named the baby at the time they called home. ' • Mrs Richard Underwood I of Lone Rock entertained a surprise coffee party Friday afternoon in honor of her mother, Mrs Albert Mitchell's birthday arini.ver.sary.- Guests were Mesdames; Morria Mitchell, Ole .Pederson, R.,'{W- Wolfe, Nyles Heggeh, Gerald Voigt and James Richard. 'The Albert Mitchells and Marian Mit* gaard were also supper guests. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller were Tuesday evening visitors inl the Paul Winter home, Thursday evening Lakota. On they visited ay Aria, 1ft>out the NHh , Albert' Bleckwetffc* Who Spending Ih6 winf^f, in Arizoha, Sunday guests ot JMt» Amanda &rn in honbfr .of -Her kitthdajr Anniversary, were M?.' and Mfa t>ean Nellis and 'family, Mr and .Mrs Melvin Kern arid 1 fanilly of Algona, Mr and Mrs f ' Dertyood Stern and -family of fisthervUle, Mr and Mrs Lloyd KeWand fam« Ity and 'Mr- -and -Mrs/ Clarenc^ Yager and, -boys, »^- • ^ * Mi 1 and Mri Rex ,8wanion. and Stiri* Say visitorsHn. the Don SteinbW- get- home, *.'•", , - • ' • 'V' • > • Mr and Mrs Duan* y/iddel and Mrs Don,Steinberger v atteihded the Wedding of Marlene Askelahd and Gerald Gundersort at Arm<» strong Saturday evening,, j v t Mr/ and Mfs Jack Tieman and sonjrerry of Burt were'? Sunday dinner Attests dn ihe W, R. W61fe tii. J -~.A , , •* » -• J home. Supper guesls in ihe Beriel •Christiansen Barbara, , Mary Twait, "Wads Ltfndgre'tt, Graig Christiansen, Tdmttty Hoe- ih, Myrfia Thcotttjsori, Mary Lou •Peterson and Vickl Wiley, ^ Division lit Joan Lemke, Di Dallam antj Sheryl ' j 1 Corning £venfi V t 't- , , '•Wednesday, Marfeh, 4 — St. John's JUadieS Aid* , r Thursday,' Mafch 5 — Woman's Society of Christian Service: Fairville Ladies 'Aid/ ' • Woman's Group Meets, . The Independence Mixers Farm Buijeau Women held their February meeting in the Township Hall with Mrs Bertel Berkeland hostess. '' Guests were Miss Elaine Halweg and Lynora Underwood. Business was conducted bjf chairman Mrs C. L. Underwood." As our special project for-the year we voted ito make improvements in and around the town-* ship Hall. Mrs Underwood also gaye a full report on the county meeting recently .held which she and Mrs Reuben Berkeland attended. , : • .The lesson was given by Elaine Halweg, Extension Home , Economist, after which she showed a film.'' " '' " ''• i ••• ', ''•'•••• ".''.• The March meeting will be a full meal at\noon prepared by members of the .Club using recipes from ,the lesson Emergency Shelf which will be given by Mrs Eugene Huskamp aiid Mrs Eaa-1 Lufkin .on March 19th at the Lyndon Kerbei* home. Those attending beside the guests and hostess were Mesdames Eugene Huskamp, Amer Cody, Olaf Norland, Joy Jensvold, Thomas Twaiten, Clarence Underwood, Ruben Berkland, Lnydon Kerber, Earl Lufkin, Ted Nelson, Eleon Rhoades, and Ernest Osk- vig. --.'• ' . '•' At 25th Anniversary Among those attending the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Henry Lange of Stacyville were Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Otto Wilberg of Ringsted, Mr and 1 Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bollinger of Fenton. Open house was held at tha Little Cedar Church at Adams from 2 to 4 Sunday afternoon. The with their other daughter ' and her family, the Melvin Ricklefs at Titonka. Friday evening they were guests of Mrs Hiko Adams at Buffalo Center. , • Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller and family an4 Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kerns arid family were Sunday dinner guests in the Art Mueller, home. . ' ,, Wendell Rusch is spending this Week, Monday through Friday at Marshalltown where he is at-, tending a Lennox Furnace and Air Conditioning School. , ' Mr and Mrs B. t G. Berkeland were, Sunday guests in the Swede Kalvig home at Kanaw.ha. • ',, • Mrs William Wiener returned home this past weekend from' California. She had accompanied her son Bill Wiener to the west coast where he will be employed. Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler entertained Saturday evening, 'Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske, Mr and^Mrs George Murphy and Mr and Mrs Harold Wehrspann. ' v ,, Mr and Mrs Albert Langermah were Sunday visitors in the Ffeli Sheeley home at,Armstrong." l', r Mr and Mrs Arnold Meyer and Mr and Mrs Melvin Meyer and son Bryan of 'Algona were Saturday evening visitors in the M. P. Nemitz home. u. Mrs Nettie Miller and Alvina Berkeland 'home Saturday night' were Mr and Mrs Robert - Berke- landf and' i family ' of •' St. Patll, Minn and Mr and Mr$ Gay lord Olson;'and family of Ringsted. • Mr and Mrs. Franklin Mullet were recent SUnday evening supper guests in the Max Hiatt ho'me at Emmetsburg; ,'•' * " Mrs Fiie'da Seims has returned to 'her home in Fenton after >va- (fattening for -> several weeks in California. She cam'e' by plane from San Francisco to Des Moines where she visited for a day in the Henry Ehnr home. • v ' *' •' . Mr arid Mrs Merle Voigt; and faiiiily, Mr-arid-Mi's "Frdnk Mueller, and boys, William Voigt, Lote and'*Peggy we're''Saturday evening ' guests- in , Clifford- Douglas honte' in .honor jot Verlea's • 1st birthday anniversary i ! ,' * '"* Rin Patings Ringsied s — Students from Aed^ 'grade school brought . ;onoi«&to \theflisely, es^, "as' well- 1 as their - band director, ,Phir Xiach-. elt arid Marjorie G'ugisberg as theylcopped' 14 first, 'five 1 seconds firid' aC third rating at the Mason City'-'Grade School Music Festi? Wai, 1 February, -17. 53 schools-parti- fcipated in we event, Noah Webster began writing the!dicti6nary in 1807 and finished in; 1828. -' • - FOR SALE' -1. 22" SQUARE Wise cast iron furnace with forced 'air blowter. Also stoker complete with' controls. Will sell' together or separately. Will- tarn Hantelman, Fenton. phone 17 or 109. - , 8* FUNERAL CHAPEL rr , j Fenton, Iowa > V ' •"' v ' ,: Experienced Embalmers and ; , ! 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