The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1959 · Page 12
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Mrs Arnold Hansen played a piano selection duriftg the candle lighting, , Mrs Clara Haase had charge 03P the devotions. 'A playlet, ' was presented by Mrs Fred Mortensen, Mrs Wilfred Laabs, Mrs Herschal and Mrs Dale Weisbrod. Mrs Clarence Underwood 'had charge of the World Bank Service. A dialogue concerning the purpose of the World Bank was read by Mes- dames Frank McFall, Harvey Walkef. Clarence Underwood and Fred Mortensen. Nine ladies attended the District meeting held at Belmond, April 2. Reports were made by Mrs Wilfred Stoeber, Mrs Harvey Walker and Mrs Dale Welsbrod. Nominations for officers of the WSCS were presented by the chairman of the nominating com» mittee. All officers were duly elected. ( Announcement was made that the MYF will hold a Pancake Supper Friday evening, April 24. Invitations were received to attend Guest Day, May S, at Arm* strong and at Good Hope on May 6. Ladies planning to attend should inform Mrs Eugene Huskamp. > , Hostesses fot- the afternoon were Mesdames Gaylord Johnson, E. J k Frank and Charles' Newel. Senior Class Play The Seniors of Sentral High are presenting their class play this-Thursday and Friday, April 16 and'17th'at the High School Auditorium. The play, 'Seven- Our Own Early Bird ** ibb^ to ? O\JR 6WC FOR 1AWN AND GARDEN WORK GLOVES : ;'->, • ' ' • J^AMH • Lightweight, flexible yet won, r* 1 .derfol , •',),- hands. Get several STOEBER HARDWARE Last Gail On Baler Twine At This Reduced Price 25c A BALE OFF ON ALL TWINE BOOKED BY APRIL 18 * . f /FOR DELIVERY BY MAY 10. i "* ' 4 i " i * WE HANDLE HI-TEST, NEW HOLLAND, . TRUST-TIGHT, COLONIAL and SPEEDY ' , .DON'T WAIT - TIME IS FLYING ! WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton. Iowa YOU ASKED FOR IT teen is Awfully Young' is under the direction of Robert Norris. Members of the cast are Janet Behne, Janice Bierstedt, Jane Rugof, Marilyn Johannesen, Jfth Go wans, Charles Hantelman, Judy Eigier, Mike Gross, Dennis Schmidt, Karen Kueck and Eugene Gardner. Mr and Mr« S, E, Straley wera Sunday guests in the* Donald Void home at Lake Mills. Mr and Mrs Harold Goeisfth and Gary of Mason City spent Sunday visiting Fenton relatives and friends, including Mrs R. C. Goetsch, Agnes Goetsch, and the Gilbert Scribners Sr. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and family of Done Rock were Friday evening visitors in the Frank Mueller home. Mr and Mrs William mnlelman visited with Rev, and Mrs John Baerman at Palmer, Iowa on Sunday, Rhonda Jean Flint, 14 month old daughter of Mr and Mrs Glen Flint of Ringsted, has a severly injured little finger -on her left hand, the finger was caught in the bath foom door, when hei- older sister Renee, 2%, 'slammed the door shut. A doctor placed five stitches to close the wound. However,.it is not yet known if it will mend or if it will be necessary to amputate the finger. Mr and Mrs Henry Schulie spent the, weekend in DeWitt, la. They were guests in the home of heir daughter and son-in-law. VIr and Mrs Jacque Otto. Mr and . Mrs J. A. Schwartz were weekend guests in' the tome of Mr and Mrs Karl F. Schwartz at Rockwell City, Iowa. Schwartz, editor of the Rockwell Tity Advocate, a weekly news- japer, won honorable mention ast week for the best news picture award by the Iowa Press Association. The April^meeting of St. John's Ladies Aid Society met with hostesses Mesdames Otto Borchardt, Everett Dreyer and Amos Finnestad. Guests bf the Society were Mesdames Walter Krause, Larry Beckley, Ray Uthof, Roger Potratz/and Arlin Ko^lwes. The topic" for the meeting' was ' * Living. Worship.' Mrs Mary C. Hanson proudly announces that she has three new great-grandchildren who have arrived within the past couple weeks. This makes 46 grent grandchildren for Mrs-'Hanson. She has 28 grandchildren. ' The new .arrivals are a daughter ol ; Mr arid (Mrs '/MelVin "• Haase of Burt, 'a .daughter 11 to Mr*and' Mrs Ervin Engh61m and a son to Mi and -Mrs Marvin Hansen-'cif Dolliver. ' Mrs William Wiener was hostess to the Depew Fellowship Circle Thursday afternoon. Mrs Melvin Berkland Was in charge of the Bible Study and Mrs Amer Cody gave a reading 'on. Japan. GUest !• -the Circle were Mrs Oliver ohnson, Mrs Oscar Knutson of Emmetsburg and Mrs Charles Naig. Members of the St. John's Lutheran and Fairville Ladies Aid Societies were guests of the Burt Lutheran Ladies Aid Society Tue&day afternoon. Mr and Mrs Arnold Haller and family of Marble Rock were last weekend guests in the parental Morris Mitchell home. The' Dorcas Circle met last Tuesday in the home of Mrs Ed Schlei. Guests of the circle were Mrs Bessie Hartman and Mrs Marold Schlei, The Fairville Ladies Aid Society met Thursday afternoon with hostesses Mrs Carl Beck and Mrs Orville Wiener. Guests wore Mrs Herman Haack and Mrs Roger Long. • 12 Division One Music Ratings To Sentral Hi ___, >- Students of high won 12 division one ratings in solos and ensembles at the State Music,contest Friday and Saturday at Garner. Division 1 ratings Went to following! Paul GeltJsemjuer, net solo; Susan Montgomery, Flute solo; Susan Hantelmart, Baritone-Euphonium solo; Janice Bierstedt, Trombone solp; DaVid Weber, Alto Sax solo; 'Marjdrie Johnson, Bass Clarinet solo; Joanne Mitchell, piano sold; Jane Ruger, piano solo; Nancy Fisher, vocal solo; cofhet trio, Paul Geitzenauer, Craig Blanchard and Joanne Mitchell; Sax Sextette, Dave Weber, Norma Larson, Janet Behne, Dan-ell Schmidt, Jane Angus and Wanda Wetsel; Double Mixed Quartet, -'Arden Norland, Jerome Zwiefel, David Weber, Kenneth KLerber, Virgene Bierstedt, Susan Hantelman, Darlene, Johnson and Judy, Jentz. Receiving Division 2 ratings were: Joanne Mitchell, Cornet solo; Nancy Fischer, B-Flat Clar- net solo; French Horn Quartet. £aren Kueck, Vergene Norland, Susan Breeze, Muriel Nordine; 3rass Quartet, " Craig Blahchard> Paul Geitzenauer, Janice Bierstedt, .Susan Hantelman; Mixed Clarinet Quartet,, Nancy Fisher, Lois Wilbergj- ,Tru'dy Huskamp, Marjorie Jdhnsoh; B-flat* Clarinet Quartet, J. Zwiefel, Donna Knoll, Sandra Ellefsbn, Loveda Kohlwes; Tenor Sax Duet, Nprma Larsen and , Janet Behne;?' Yocal solos; Janet -Behne, -Sus«h. Hantelman, Susan Montgomery and Karen Kueck; Boys .Quartet, Craig Blan.-, chard, Dave Weber, Paul-Geitzenauer ' and Charles- 1 Hantelman ;j Girts Sextet, Marilyn Johanneson, Jane Ruger, Ardyth Drone, Evalon Schlei/'Janet Behne and. Margaret Nielsen; Girls 'Trio, No.; 1; Nancy Fischer,' Susan Hantelman and Janean Zwiefe}. _ * Those receiving "a Division 3 rating were: Terry Juhl, Tenor vocal solo; Jerome ZwiefeJ, Bass vofeal solo'; Kenneth" Kerber, Bass vocal solo; Mixed Quartet, Carol iHanish, Karen" Kueck, , Terry JuhL Merle Halverson; Girls Trijjj 3&afe$, Susan -"Montgomery, ParaS Weisbrod, Marjorie'Johnson; B$y3. Quartet, Terry Juhl,-'Leon Geitzenauer, Jerome,Zwiefel,*' Kenneth Kerber. ' ,'Contests events which could not 'compete due' to illness were a piano solo, flute duet and woodwind trio. l^i-v* > A/?i;4 V"l • *'*&£•.'•• ;'' Sfihital SenJor Play The Senior Class of Sentral high school Will 'present' theil 1 class play, "Seventeen is A-wfu11£ .YoTing" at the school gytrmftsiuifi Thursday and Friday evening*' April 18 and it. • , ~ , Members of the cast incluctfe net Behne, Janiee Bief^tedt, Jane Ruge^ Marilyn Johanfteso% Jim Gowans, Charles Hantelmari, Judy Etgler, Mike Gross, DfefmfS Schmidt, Karen KUeck artd Eu- *fte Gardner. Lois ,Wilber§'and ay Geitzenauer are prompter^. Robert Norris is the directoh Modern Mixers The Seneca Modern Mixers clul met last Tuesday at the home, o Mrs Roy Hinz, Eleven members responded to roll call by relating 'a problem which our grandmother's did not have, i 'Mrs Wayne Nyman was-welcomed into the club as a new member.' Mrs Lyle England had charge of the entertainment. The May meeting will be held at the home of Mrs Ted Jensen. 'Marcia Hartshorn Brietenfeld had a week leave of abgeYiee from her duties as receptionist at Dr.' John Schutter office at Algona. She spenl a good share of the time with her .husband's people and attended funeral ser vice for her husband's .grandfather on Friday afternoon. W BKiBBpm*» -v* • •• ^W •» w «»^ '••'' . C ^ < Coming Events Thursday and Friday, April 16-17 — Sentral senior Class, play. Monday, April 20 — Sentral PTA. - . 1 Tuesday, April 21' — Town & Country..Woman's Club. * Thursday, April 23—St.- John's W.M.F., Depew. CONI : ll)l:UTIM HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT THE FAMOUS DEKALB 423 SEED CORN HERE. GALtWtTQDlW 4 Get Free Hams Fenton — Four lucky winners received hams at the Friday night drawing in Fenton. They were Mrs Albert Mitchell, Brenda Potratz, Delbert Geitzenauer and Mrs Mary Warner. The other six names/ drawn were Marly.*Muller, Art Luedtke, Mrs Gus Haack, H. C. Lindsey, Mrs Reuben Luedtke and Adolph Hansen. Ten more hams will be offered this Friday. Sentral P.T.A. To Hear Talk On Education Seneca — The Sentral, P.T.A. will meet Monday evening, April 20 at 'the all purpose room of the Sentral high s school. Dr. .Gordon Rhum of Iowa State Teacher's College, Cedar Falls, Iowa, will speak. «His subject will be, "Why Youngsters should attend college." There will also v be a vote taken on whether the group should continue the P.T.A. meetings next year. A jgood 'attendance is desired at this meeting. At Federated Meeting Mr§ 'Calvin Vaudt 'and Mra John Struecker, members qf the Town and Woman's Club attended a county .meeting of tha Federated Woman's Clubs held last Saturday at Titonka. Dean Cannon is still hospital* ized at Iowa City. He recently underwent surgery on-his shoulder. Mrs Cannon and Mr and Mrs Jordan Knudson drove to Iowa City Sunday to visit with him, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson,' Merle and Barbara spent Sunday with relatives at Fort Dodge and Humboldt. Auxiliary Plans A Plant Sale — The local Region Auxiliary met Friday afternopi) April JO in the home of Mrs Mar' tin Wilberg. During the rrjeeting, plaqs were made fpr the annual plant ss}e to be held May 23, The usual big variety of plants will be offered for sale, however, anyone desiring spepial orders should call Charles Newel or Mrs Hans before that date. Charles Newel gave a read- Ing on the Hag. $2.50 was given lo the Mental Health Institute ei Ml. Pleasant. HOMER MATTHSESEN • Fenton, Iowa THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalrhers and Funeral Directors Ambulance, Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 .FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL . DIRECTORY INSURANCE / FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGT. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GiHl EQUIPMENT 9u». Phortft 3 > Ret, Phone 60 HANTilMAN A SRVICE For Building * Remodeling PHQNi 185'or 17 Df, E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 2$ Fenton, Iowa HANT&MAN'S V Auto & Tractor Repair* FKNTQN, |A. LLOYD M, BERKLAND licensed Reg| Estate Broker and Farm Loans PUBLIC AUCTION ^^^^™. ^^^^^r» ^^^^^^^^* ^^^^^^H ^^^^H ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^W ,^^M^^ i , ^^^^^" i, ..fl ,i». , . AT im KM*. ON THE PREMISES AT .. , , Le^al Description of hous^bilng'sold -KossUth County, Stdfe of Iowa, Lot nine (9), ftloek eight (8) Western Town Lot Company's fitat .addition , to the town .of Fenton, lowdi,- i . ,',, '•• ( 1 '** ? * f ^ "•,/ T%H J * ' " ^ * ' i' " ""* r * ' * ' The VVeisbrbd home ioc6ted/from Anton's mttin street - one, block West bpd Vz block south t>n the w^st sldfe of the sWe>. This Is a modern five room home. U was recently remodeled, this house includeUwo bedrooms ohe, with a;large closet and the other with a built in closet. It has a targe living room. The ample kitchen Has new built-in cupboards. The bathroom fixtures are new and it incudes a linen closet. thfe-walMo wall cafpetin q in the living robm, the linoleums, all the curtains , and drapes are Inducted. IT has oak woodworkrT he basement includes a Delco heat oil furnace, an Electric glass lineaVwater heater and a Stover water softener. All' these were recehtly hew. There are screens and storm windows. ! ^ >^ ; v,"',: *, ,. »• *, „• K| "> -'' "" ' ' ^ ". ' TERMS: 20% down "on the date of sale. Balance dbe when the abstract: showing merchantdble titU arid warranty deed is furnis'heti/ , '.' . ;\ " . , IMMEDIATE ,POSSESSSI6N This house'is available for.;inspection at any time by appointment with the broker, Lloyd M. Berk< land of Fenton, h>wai f*hblne 233., • . •, ., , ' ""» ,* ' ' • ' /,>'<'.'{,:. - j '<,- 1 , , f i ' , - • v -., VNot Responsible In Case Of Accidents ' , . , . ^^ WAURL<fcE WEISBRQD - Lloyd M. Berkland, Auctioneer ,»'", Fenton, loWa •vr"-'*.' m- ••"•••' ~M»is«wi!i*W"rm,;/ T ;-V..-..-««^?™" —*/**-• ylhrna>bU4 an „, -'Mrfe:^' N :liaP' Ka • the jnodern automatic way means! freedom fr^irt%hg hotirs in the kitchen £ feom hard 1 wor^a^d any worry; pver jneal^tUng," t'^ cool; 4t|fo^^n cooking when .ke'd&y ^lowati's oi < the 'job. r^oiif f I .topflight/ dependable p^orpa^c^ .. Families

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