The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1959 · Page 14
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"S 5 \ I 1 . f ff> Vyi >s* -i.. y ,J IH , I -,i ,?.i l*> f 1; I III m m frub!l*h*d 6y The Opptf DM Meinftt Publishing Co., Algeria, Iowa (Itt.) Upper Des Good Business Year For Elevator; Two Reelected t * Fcnton — A line year w.ts reported to members, of the Fenton Co-Operative Elevator, at the annual meeting held last Wednesday evening at the Fenton Community Center. At the business meeting, Paul Voigt. and Norman Larson were reelccted to the board of directors to serve for three years. At the reorganisation meeting of the 8-than. board. Otto Borchardt was named president. Hans Baago is vice president, and Amer Cody was reelected secretary. Other directors are Wm. Jentz, Clarence Osborn, Lloyd Finnestad, and Curtis Lura is manager. Total allocated patronage refunds wore $15,769.53. T^he company showed gross sales of $715,841.76 in the last business year, with a net savings before accelerated amortixiation of $48,332.83. The company has- in mind a golden jubilee program sometime in June, It became 50 years old on March 2 of this year. Independence Mixers The Independence Mixers met in the Earl Lufkin home Thursday afternoon. April 16. ' Chairman Mrs C. L. Underwood •was in charge. Rural mail chairman, Mrs Freda Siems got the names of people in the township who have benefitted, by changes in rural delivery. Mrs Ted Nelson gave a report on her recent trip to the legislature. The lesson was given by Mrs Dale VoiiU and Mis Bertol Berkelnnd. Rong> wore led by Mrs Eugene Huskamp, nnd Mrs Lyndon Kerber was in charge of recreation. Next meeting will be held May 21 at the William Wiener home, there will be a plant and bulb exchange. Here To Attend Funeral Sgt. and Mrs Eldon Murlburt and family of Rapid City, S. D. are visiting in the parental Fred Jcntz home and with other relatives in this area. The family arrived. Tuesday to attend funeral services for Arthur Schnittger at Dolliver. Then plan to visit in (he Walter Jent?. home at Fairmont on Wednesday and will return to their home at-Rapid City on Friday. 80th Birthday Party ' Friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mi's Anna Boe- vcrs on Tuesday afternoon of this) past week to help her observe her 80th birthday anniversary which was April 15lh. Mrs Boevers received many lovely gifts. Mrs Boevers hod lived in Oklahoma for 32 years before corning to Fenton last August. She has two sons, Harry Haase of Fenton and Leonard Haase, who is a high school instructor and principal at Chariton, Iowa. Another, son died of the flu in 19t9. Mrs Boevers hps only two grandchildren, Mary Ann Haase of Charilon and. Mrs Don Gross of Fenton and she two great-grandchildren. Dean Cannon Home Dean Cannon returned home this past week after being hos- pitalised for a couple -weeks at (he Hospital in Iowa City, Dean underwent surgery on his right shoulder, and will have to return to Iowa City in a couple week* lor a check-up. Fenlon Progressots The Fenlon Progresfiors 4-H club met Monday evening, April 13 in the home of Dennis NeWel. Plans were made for tractor driving demonstrations to be held on Saturday, April 25. Two new members, Bernard Laabs and Richard Peterson were welcomed in the club. AH members were present. Lunch was served by Mrs Newel, Plan Spring Concert , The Sentral High school vocal and instrumental music departments will present a sprihg Concert Tuesday evening, April 28 at 8 p.m. The program will consist of contest selections plus other numbers lay the Boys ahd'Girls Glee clubs, the mixed chorus and the concert' band. s'Mr LeRoy Bras is director of the vocal groups and Mr Warren Jones, director far the instru- nctttal department at Sentral .Hfih, The concert will be held in the new Sentral high school gymnasium. Woman's Club' Meets The Fenton Woman's Club met Tuesday in the home of Mrs Hil- bort- Bierstedt of rural Whitte- mprc, During the business meeting, election of officers was held for the coming year. Mrs Ed Bruhn, president; Mrs' Harvey Walker, vice president; and -Mrs Charles Newel,' treasurer; Mrs Hilbert Bierstedt succeeds Mrs A. C. Krueger.'« as vice president and chairman of the year's planning committee; Mrs Paul Eigler suc- ceedsi Mrs Arlo Ranney as historian. , t, Mrs Harvey s Walker, ,wife of the Alvina Miller Fenf on Bride LOVELINESS! Permanenis Hair Styling Hair Trims Hair Color. Damaged Hair Treatments Laels Beauty Shop Phone 99, Fenton, Iowa Fentott — in a ceremony performed Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. in St.. Luke's parsonage, Alvina Mary Miller became the bride of James Richard Krough of Dolliver. The bride is the daughter of Mrs William JP, Mil* ler and the late Mr Miller, The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Fred Krough of Dolliver. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. A. C. Krueger. The bride was attired in a French blue suit with, white and pink accessories and a white orchid corsage. Mrs Richard Bell, attending her . sister as matron of hon/>r wore a'powder: blue suit,' with beige . and blue accessories and a pink rose 'corsage. LeRoy Jacobson of Ringsted was best man. , ' A reception for 135 guests was held in the-church parlors. Hosts were Mr Richarfl Bell and Mi* iCenneth Schmidt. Pouring wera •Mrs Henry Zinnel and Mrs Kenneth Schmidt. Presiding at the punch bowl was Mrs Roger' Potratz and Mrs Eldon Soper. Mrs Gene Wegener and Mrs Frank Soely ,cut the wedding cake, and Mrs Larry Beckley and Mrs Donald Hainzinger were table waitresses. Joan Wegener and Linda Widdel were in charge of the gifts. Following a short wedding trip the couple will make their home in Fenton. The bride is 'a graduate of Fenton high school and the Ft. Dodge Beauty Academy. She will continue to operate Charm Beauty Shop in Ringsted. The bridegroom is a graduate of Dolliver high school and has completed his Army.training. He js employed by Miner Produce in Ringsted. formerly taught 2 yeafr&t Grant Township School and is complet ing his 2rid year at'Little Ceda* Mr Winter Is married aiid tfte father of two children. -' < Ronald Martin has been hif-ed to teach typing and English/ A mid-year graduate of Buefta Vista, he is presently fit North English. Miss Marian Midtgaard has re* signed as local kindergarten teacher to -accept the kittdetgar-' ten position at Lake Mills. • ,. , local! Methodist .pastor, toldj how a ' b.ook ' is compiled and printed. ' Rev. Walker is approaching his tenth year as secre- YOU ASKED FOR IT Bill "39" 30% PROTEIN 30% MOLASSES it's FELCO quality ing all'the, minutes and p£ getting them printed. The Ella Circle, of the WSCS met Wednesday, afternoon in the home o'f' Mrs 'Harry Haase with Mrs Gaylord Johnson co-hostess Ten members and one guest, Mrs George Jbntz were present. t * Mrs Charles Newel, chairman, presided al the business meeting Mrs Elmer Weisbrod was in charge of devotions and Mrs Arnold Hansen presented the lesson on Hawaii, the church's 'Progress in Paradise_.' Saturday evening guests in the Lloyd Kern home „ in honor of Charles' 171 h birthday were Mr and Mrs Art .Mueller, Mrs Amanda Kern and Mr and Mrs Char- once Yager. Mr and Mrs Nyles Heqgen and David, James Richard Voigt and Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell were Sunday dinner guests in the. Albert Mitchell home. Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood and family and Mr and Mrs Darwin Bang were Sunday dinner guests in the Jim Preston home at Swea City. Norman Bellinger, who is attending Universal Trade School in Omaha, Neb. was recently awarded a Citation in a test sponsored by the Perfect Circle Corporation. Shower For Bride 1 'Twenty-three ladies were host- "esses at a miscellaneous shower honoring Alvina Miller- at tho Fairville Lutheran church, Wednesday evening. The program included solos by Mrs Larry •Beckley and Kenneth Kerber; •readings by Mrs Frank Seely and Mrs A.- C. Krueger and accordian "selections by Paul Koppen. wttft/ WO FENTON Co-Op Elevator FENTON, IOWA .'^^^TrW ^^^ rr W^ ) -, ^ 4 Get Free Hams Fenton — Free hams were awarded to four persons, last. Friday night, at the weekly Fenton business men's drawing. The winners were Ernest , Mueller, Mrs Virgil Bor- chardl, Loren Skare and Mrs Leone Halverson. I ' \ 'Mr and Mrs Harlan Mueller arc parents of a son born Wednesday, April 15 at the , Holy Family hospital. He weighed 6 Ib. 10 oz. and has been named Dale Franklin. Mr and Mrs Roger Robbins of Elkader are parents of a 7 Ib. 5 oz. son born April 20 at the. Emmelsburg hospital. He has been named Danny Ray. Mr and Mrs Paul Voigt of Fenton are the maternal grandparents. Larry Lee,, infant son of Mrs Alice "Parker and the late Larry Parker was baptized Sunday, April 19th at St. John Lutheran church, the Rev. W. F. Friedrich officiating. Sponsors for the infant are Bonnie and Gerald Geitzenauer and Mr and Mrs Ro-v bert Manker of Mqville. Dinner guests in the Delbert Geitzenauer L home were Mr and Mrs,Cecil "Parker, Mr and Mrs Robert Manker' and Mr and Mrs John Geitzenauer. Mrs Karl Kiilsholm and Misa Joyce Hayden were the guest, speakers at the kindergarten round-up held Tuesday evening at the Sentral Community school. Joe Madden was re-admitted to the Holy Family hospital Saturday.. Mr Madden recently suffered injuries when he was pinned under a loader for approximately three hours. Mr and Mrs Gene Goelsch ot Clear Lake are parents of a son born Api;il 10. He has been named Steven Mark. He is the 47 great-grandchild of Mrs Mary C. Hansen, Fenton. Richard Winter will be the new instructor for Boys' basketball at Sentral high for the coming year. A graduate of Buena Vista college he will also toe assistant football coach, and teach U.S. History and Woi'ld. History. He Miss 01 Is Honored ; At Lone Rock '', , *! Lone Hock — A miscellaneous shower was held Tuesday, .evening for Phyllis O'Donnell.'daw-, ghter of Mr and,Mrs Dick O'Do.n- nell, at the Presbyterian churchv Georgia Martow had tharge of the 'guest book and Mrs Don Blanchard • announced the program. 4 > ', ' . A poerVi 'for. Phyllis by Elizabeth Radig; Ju,ne Bierstedt, Dorothy Marlow, Floy Marlow 'and Mabel Blanchard. Three ladies wore chosen to be dressed as brides; Mrs Dick O'Donnell, Mrs Wendell Steven and Mrs James Marlow. Dresses and accessories were made of newspapers in 15 'minutes. Winner was Mrs James Marlow. My. Mothers Wedding Dress was sung by Mrs Don Blanchard,. accompanied by Mrs Wilfred Radig at the piano and a Wedding Dress of ,75 years ago was modeled by Mrs Lyle Marlow. The bride-to-be was assisted with her gifts by Karen O'Donnell. Georgia Marlow, Fern Smith, Helen O'Donnell 'and Margaret Smith. Hostesses were Mesdames Don Blanchard, Mary Flaig, Glenn Householder, James Long, Eldin Marlow, Lyle Marlow, Milton 'Marlow, Lawrence Ncwbrough •Bernard O'Donnell, Richard Krapp, Emil Person, Leo -Ramus Alfred Schadendorf, Hugh Walsh, Delmar Fisher, Ralph Bierstedt, Dick We'tzell; Wilfred Radig, Ornie Behrends, Merwin Marlow, Don Radig, Orville Gardner, Dave Weber, Lloyd Hutchinson, Wayne jj.ynch, Robert Lynch, Lawrence iWalsh, Roy Jensen, Jack Quinn, birthday . . . . , dinner at the hbth£"o": , „„, ter, Mrs Ornle, Behrehds. !Thosc?, attending were .Mr-, 'afid- Mri Junior Huflbuft',liid HaMy» Mrs Emrrift Hurfbitft ^ftd girls," Mf and ily f Mr #nd' -Mr^.. tJale - SchfdSdef and SusM '^Mri'Vand-MrS Eldoti »* J - 1Jf "- - 1 * ir - - aW * - Mrs ' Orville "afftllyj'of LuVernfi, _.__ 4M Hurlburt and Bonnie ^rBariWft, Mr* and Mrs Evert <RicMrds8n of, Algona, ,Mr and MrSt JSglddhv HurMirt and farriil/'^of; Rapid ;iCity, So. Dak,, Mr ,i ahd'-Mrs; Donald Hurlburt of .F&ltdn,, Mf^attd, Mrs Raymond ' and; family ,bf 'Kanawha, Mr and^Mr^.iWayriel; Bayse and f-Mr HurtBtift'artd Mr Mrs Wegtier* .With Mr* • Mattrfce brod assisting, lessoft ,by MfS Albert Shaserj.Eateia-ajt 4rle-;Mc.rne of Mrs.' Merwy'ft • *turlbur,t;Af ith MrrEnitna vHurlbUrt •> ''assisting, lesson by'Mrs Kenneth, Jackson; T VFB ••••v -—- — ,—, — ^ '' 1 -wish- to ettehd .hifr ,, all'ihose 'who s&t ft*JsArt* wid letters iwhile I ,was hbsAWIiJSecl m Iowa City.' Sincerely, 'D"" 'non'.. family" "-of CorwithV'.and' ,.Peggy. Pettit oMLone'_Rock.' , •'•>. Mr aitd 'Mrs Sidney Payne and farriily-of fnear Grant were Suh- dajt afternbon callers at the horne 6f Mr,<'and ( 'Mrs. James Long. ' -'Mr and Mrs Ernest Jensen are grandparents of a new grandson, bortv, April 1.7 to Mr and Mrs Donald ''.Jensen 6f Hackensack, Minn.. He-weighed 9 Ib'. 6 oz. and has,been named David, Donald; Mr.dnd'Mrs Jack Quinn, Mr and Mrs Wm. Guyer, Penny and 'John of Swea City, Mrs Clara Thul o£ Whittemore met' Mr and Mrs Clettis, Quinn , and son of Iowa City at the home of >Mr and Mrs James Thul of Boone where they had "a, family dinher''Sun- day. - '"•'.' Mr and Mrs Frank F,laig wer,e Sunday, guests' a"t the home of Mr and Mrs Dean Jergenson near: Algona. Florence Yager and Mrs Mary Genrich. >visited at'the home of Mrs Lloyd Schenck Sunday after- DEKALB 423 is THE CORN FOR YOU! HOMER MATTHIESEN FENTON. IOWA BIG 22 in All-Steel 'Rotary Mower .sf ' * •* ';• >i.' -, - '•. 9 Full 22" cutting width.' » Rugged Briggs Bf Siraiton 3 h.p., 4-cycle engine with recoil .starter. . , - ' ? • Handy fingertip ihrotile.' , • Durable all steel construction. 9 Blade airlifts grass into cutting reach for smooihesi mowing. • Trims near trees, fences, walks* and flowerbeds. • Lightweight, easy handling. • Long-lasting .two-lone baked enamel finish. Leaf mulcher ' available extra. See it today at HOMKO power mower headquarters ... . STANDARD SERVICE Fenton, Iowa IF IT'^S NEWS, WE WANT IT Your Bank Is Here To Serve Your bank is here to serve. This means not only the usual banking transactions — checking accounts, cashing checks, savings accounts — but some of the more personal matters, If you have problems which may need the services of a bank, we invite you to talk it over with us, All deposits Insured to $10,000 By Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors < Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phono FENTpN 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20210 HERE FOR PLOW DOWN AND Corn Starter You Can Expect Greater Returns From A Completely Water Soluable Fertilizer, See us for Planter Kits to convert your old Planter for Liquid Fertilizer Application See Us NOW FENTON SELEVATOR PARTING PROBLEM! 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