By Tti* PubH$hiri9 Co., » lewe (la.) tippet $«* MoirtM thufsday, April 30, 2! At Fenton , Country Club Meeting !, JTenttm — The Town and Country Woman's Club met Tuesday Evening, April 21, in the home of Sirs Eugene Mansager with Mr.i Ilervin Priebe as assisting hostess. J>Twentv members and on?> guest* Mrs Mabel Johnson, an ftunl of Warren Jones answered foil call. vi «?i *l ] : In Official 1958 Iowa DEKALBCORN • . --'-.' ^ • i' , •'-" - V .--»'• . •" "' *''' ' ' " HIGHEST YIELDER ! irv : ;7 Out -pi Entire Mrs Eugene Huskamp, and Mrs Kenneth .Johnson presented the lesson. An original poem by Mrx Kenneth Johnson was Included, They also presented the entertainment which were original lime' ficks composed by Mrs Eugena Huskamp for each of the club members. Mrs Warren Jones and Mrs James Hypse gave reports on the County meeting at TStonka. Mrs Arnold Hansen announced that (here would be a meeting open to the public sponsored by the League of Women's Voters at the Bryant School in Algona, concerning the progress of a Mental Health Institute at Spencer. The" County Federation ot Woman's Clubs is interested <in having Kossuth County affiliated with such a Mental Health Institute. Mrs Harlnn Elmers was appointed Towel Chairman for next year. Anyone interested in obtaining an original design towel from the club can contact Mrs Harlan Elmers, Cylinder. la. The next meeting will be a potluck supper at the home of Mil Lylc Newel. New Teacher Hired Claytbn Wolf of Stroeter, North Dakota, has been hired to teach in the Sentral School system thin coming school year. Graduating from Westmar, at LeMars, he will be teaching Science, Chemistry ; uMRS^RD E TH i!S r«^» Biology and General Science. Hat Lung Suirgary Mrs Eldon Brown underwent lung surgery at the Methodist Hospital in Rochester, Minn, on Saturday. 2Slh Friends and relatives gathered at the Fred Boettclier home Sunday evening to help Mr and Mi's Fiv»d Meyer of Algona celebrate their 2Dth wedding anniversary, A short program was presented, which included two selections on a bcil-lyre by Jnnc Struecker, readings by Juanita Mc-yer and by Mrs Frank Seely and Mrs James Meyer. The remainder of the evening was' spent playing 500 at seven tables. A luncheon was served. Attending from a distance was Mr and Mrs Tom Schmidt of Austin, Minn, At College Meeting Members of the Blakjer Luther League attending the Luther League Day at Waldorf College, Forest City, Sunday were Merle and Barbara Halverson, Carol Johanneson, Ronald and Evelyn Cherland. Sharon Krause and Larry Johannesen. Mr and Mr Kenneth Halverson accompanied the group. Receni visitors in iha Evereit Drcyer home were Mrs Lena Kohlwcs of Minneapolis, Mrs John Kohlwos and the Arlin Kohlwes family. Fenton Coupli To Wed In Juno Fenton — Mrs Arnold man of Fenton. announces? the engagement, ant! approaching marriage, June, 21, of her daughter Joan Pay, Cushing, above," to Norman BolJinger, son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bellinger, Fentpn. Miss .Gushing is the daughter".of Ivan Gushing, Efnmetsburg, (UDM engraving) be presented ift Piano Recital by Sister Dominion. ,Th£ recital Will held at 8 $M, at the Prfese;..=-, tion Auditotitirn; Whittefftdre* Sh4 will receive & dlploitfa fo* ,her ac* mplishttit&its, v In.tJiand. ifane will be happy .to hav^'Mi- Wends attend. (UUM £ngr;aViftg3 : Rites At Fenton tHE BIG SING IS bEFINITELY TO DEKALB Gef Your DeKalb Seed Corn Today from v ', HOMER-'' , MATTHSESEN The Phillip's 66 Service Station and Tank Wagon Service of Our Firm Will Continue To Operate As In The Past. YOUR PATRONAGE HAS BEEN APPRECIATED IN THE PAST AND WILL BE IN .THE FUTURE. t Mrs Levon Steinberger, Owner Jordan Knudsen , ' Merle Voigt Station Operator Tank Wagon Operator FENTON. IOWA . . Jtssse Ruger In Recital, Fenion — Funeral services will be held at the local Methodist church Thursday (today) T after? noon for Benjamin Daniel Wels* brod who died Sunday. Rev, Harvey Walker will Be the of- ficiatyng pastor,, and burial will'bp in the Fenton Methodist cemetery baside his' Wife'. •' ~ ' • Mr Weisbrod has been residing at Rcdfieldj S. Dak. He suffered 1 a stroke about two" weeks ago and had been hospitalized since that time. ' > . Mr Weisbrod Was born July 23 1888, \ l /z miles 'southwest of .ten- ton, .the son of Mr and Mrs Jacob Weisbrod, Jr. He attended the' public school and high school at Fenton. December 8, 1910 he was united in marriage at Brooklyn, New York, to Mary Brown. Mrs Weisbrod preceded her husband in death, Feb. 13, 1957. Mr Weisbrod farmed 1% miles south of .Fenton for many years, and later near Eminetsburg before buying the farm near Redfield. Mr Weisbrod lived with his son Gordon in 'Redf ield, • but carried o"n farming operation with the help of his sixteen-year old grandson. ' ' * Survivors include ' \hree sons. .Gordon at Redf ield, S. D., Paul at s Woodward, Iowa and John Weis' : ; brod of Trenton, Mich. Brothers and sisters are Clarence oi ^Ringsted; Emma, Mrs John 'Liglu o'£ ienton; Lydia, Mrs John Ran- , Mrs L. J. Steed of Algona and her Son Robert Reed bf ^aklfti&i" Wa&h. wete Thursday, ctlhnet guests 6f Mr and Mrs Ray Stee-! be*. ' V , - ' .-.>-,,"",., -' ^', 'ftev, attd Mtf.HsHe* ,WIU&> were hosts to ihe 'Horhefeuflcter^ Class ,o| theMethokiist School this past'wefek. one were in attendance. . ", ,; The All-ln-Otte conference oi the E. L. C. Lutheran church will be held Sunday, May 3 at the Estherville Lutheran church. Otto S ilberg was named delegate, for akjer Lutheran' church., Quis tls Olson was named alter hate; \ bale Franklin, infant son oi Mi- and ,Mrs Franklin Mueller^ was baptized Suiidayj April 26 at St. John Lutheran church. Rev. W. H, Friedrich officiating. Qu'esW in the Mueller home In honor of the occasion were Mr and Mrs Fred Prohaska of Earlham, la.,'Mr and Mrs Ernest Mueller, Mr and Mrs Melvin Pornpe' arid fainily of Whittembre. "•• ' Ruger, .above," wilF Coming Events thiy 'h$d ft ftefr livifi,' p^uhd, nine e Jihf IsMs l^rs 'Earl, Qfouch/sfeerjt^lslt ..edr «."Ato«i',Sr|4tft»a »t th6 hom6 ef their soil iJett'jf and-fara* lly. , ->, r,, • • • . ->-'u- i Mr- iftif Mrs Jack"Lb6flfifia sto f bfrtmy; of Idwa' Citj? 'ftferit 'Ih6 at the Elmer Hbfstman ffit"Md' feV-the-" Henry ;h6me.';$rs Bertha"Ponmrer ,,wal> Stfiitjay", Visitor,. m GHy , t,'%dward Stewart 6f .the-Swia City Com* mu'flitjr, SeBotl, afHt6\inces that the teachlrlg staff, for the Swer City . ,SeKodl«is com-*' , plete 'fof /nfeit .'f e.a> Only, aew teachers wer§ hiredj one tot a new.jidsiUbri tftMf ne&essafy by increased . . ', Mrs Beulah. Lee,; Lone Rock, .'who* js 1 ndw .teaclilng-at ..Hurt; will ' be -' the , additional teacher. She Will teacfj one of the' two fourth grades next, year. Thfe other new teacher as /previously announced is Marlyh 1 Johttson, now coaching at' " 'Harcburt. *••'• *'-.-- St.'John's-- St. Aid So- Thursday, April 30 W.M.F., Depew. Wednesday,. May 6 John's Lutheran* Ladies ciety. • ,.,-•• Thursday, May 7 — Woman's Society of -Christian Services;- St. Luke's Ladies Aid. , Friday, May ,8 — . Legion Auxiliary. ac-; Sale io be held on the farm located 5" miles east 2 miles south, !/2 mil? east and south, 1 mile west and 3 A mile south of Cylinder, on - -• mile south of Emmeisburg or 14 mile B B S B Sale io start at 1:00 P.M. 10 Farmer's Hybrid Sows-Bred To Farrow In July 65 Farmer's Hybrid Pigs 2V2 Months Old 20 Ewes With 25 Lambs At Side , Two To Three 250 California White Hens In Good Production MACHINERY 1957 Super 88 Oliver tractor used very little 1957 four row Oliver -cultivator 1957 3-14 Oliver plow 12-38 tractor chains MISCELLANEOUS New 20" rotary lawn mower never been used ' Hog waterer with fountain Electric brooder stove ' Heat lamps * , Steel chicken nests Hog troughs , ; Motor oil £ Hog feeders ; > Chicken feeders HOUSE OF STRAW (IN 50 foot wide elevator 20 foot John Deere Drag John Deere tractor spreader Four wheeled trailer.with wooden box HOUSEHOLD GOODS Westinghouse electric stove 50 foot of 220 wiring International 7 foot refrigerator Dining room table and buffet Kitchen table and chairs Davenport and chair ' 2 beds complete dresser Oil burner 300 gallon fuel tank 3 linoleum rugs (like new) Floor lamps Kitchen Cabinet 2 platform rockers T.V. Stand (brand new) Trash burner NOT RESPONSIBLE JN CASE OF ACCIDENTS • • B '• • • SENECA NEWS Caleb Hartshorn spent the, past- weekend in New, York, visiting at the home of his brother-in-law., the „ Nick Estles. He -made, the trip by plane. ' ' Mr and Mrs Ole Peterse'n were Sunday, dinner guests at the Merle Flint home -near RingsteoV Mrs Charles Beaver spent -Frit, day afternoon visiting ' with 'lifer parents, • the Henry Browns "at Mrs Carl Garnett of Kennewick, Wash. There are 'five surviving' •grandchildren. " '• * Preceding him in death, was a .sister, Mary, Mrs Kohlstedt; and jt'Wo brothers, -Ernest and Elmer.'} - '- > "* • • ' • • DJV and Mrs John Waite, conipanied by Albert Heiden ( M& ., daughter^ - Lucille .^oi-S 'Fafis, ^."'D.' 'dr'bve "to -Duluth", Minn> • Friday .to attend funeral services for Miss Carrie Heiden. Services and burial were held Saturday "at Duluth. Miss Hei- Iden, 73, sister, of Mrs Ella Waite of Fenton, died Thursday in a Duluth hospital. She suffered a stroke Jan. 29. Other survivors are' a brother, Fred Heiden, 80, oi Duluth and a sister, Mrs Annr» Cherne, 87, at a Duluth resi home. Miss Heiden was a frequent visitor in the Waite home, having spent six weeks here last summer. « Mrs Everett Dreyer, Marlene ^Walker, Mrs Ruben Luedtke and Mrs Ed Meyer spent Sunday at Ames with Roger Dreyer, a student at Iowa State. They attended a special music" concert in which Hog'er sang. Miss Marjorie Countryman became very ill Saturday evening and was taken to the Holy Family Hospital. Suffering from an • acute virus infection of the bron- ichial tubes, she was given oxygen throughout Saturday night. She was released from the hospital Sunday afternoon and is being cared for at the home qi her sister. Miss Countryman is secretary at the new Sen,tral high School. . Among students taking part in the state" high school typing contest at Des Moines last Saturday was Carol Tatum of, Greene, la While" Carol was not among the first place winners, she was classed with typists which won medals in the competition. Carol, a senior at Greene, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs V. J. Tatum, formerly of Fenton. Mrs Tatum was superintendent of the Fenton school for a number of years. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske plan to spent this coming weekend with the Ward Ruskes at Cedar Rapids and the Kaye Ruskes at Iowa City. Monday through Wednesday of next week they will be attending a Dental Clinic in Des Moines. — A special meeting was held Sunday, at the local Methodisl church to encourage young mep in 'failing health 'fO'V sb'rne ,'tim'e.' 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