The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1948 · Page 15
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* ; l snton Sf udenf s liven Awards At ontmencemeht' Class awards were to members of the senior pss at thp commcrtcerrtenfr ejc- pises on Thursday evening. Ms iBolHnger was given the nor of Valedictorian cif her Bass. Lorna Kressin is Sahtta'r Brian. The class awards wete s follpws: Citizenship, Lorn§ iressin Aftivities, Lorna Kres* flnj Athletics, Franklin Mueller; |ne American Legion Award vent/.to Vincent vottelerj the merdan , Legion '.Auxiliary I ward to Lo v is Bollirjger. "The Fenton Woman's club gave three awards in English—first, Lois ollinger; second, Christina iViedrieh; third, Iris Kfessirii fBan«d« Wirts, 3-2 ' The Fenton high school boys !,.played their last ball game of the ['-season with St. John's of fian- •t croft, Friday afternoon, on the local diamond. "The game was a thriller from start to finish. Final b fccqring was 3 to 2 in favor of iBancroft. , '.Baccalaureate Service Baccalaureate services were hold Sunday, May 16, in the Methodist church at Fenton. The processional was played by Mrs. Clarence Osborn and Mrs. Arnold Hansen; invocation, Rev. Forrest E. Flowers; hymn, audience; reading of scripture .and prayer, Kev. F. Flowers; song, "Were You There ', Girls Glee club; ser- AUNT HET BY ROBERT GUILLEN "Pa had a real. shock today. He helped a lot o' hard-up folks back in hard times, and today one of 'em come in and paid what he'd borrowed." acation time . for you is .work time for your car. et us check that vehicle |p|>f yours. Let us g|ye you V a complete inspection of vall vital parts. See us now and have your car ready 'for the open roadl I I (EOSSUTH MOTOR CO. jttdn, 'Semfe Marks 6* A iMtan'j f0rrest Flowers; hymn, B.UCU etttfef b^eaictiojiy ftey, Flowets; rec'esjonal, Mrs, Osporft Hansen. Commencement ekercises hem in the gymnasium on Tuesday evening. May 18.' The Commencement March was played by Mrs'. Clayton ' Ditsworth; song, "America", audience; Invocation, Rev. F, E, Flowers; "Largo", Wgh school Girls' Glee club and sixth, seventh, and eighth grades; address; Rev. H. Lee Jacobs, pastor of First Congregational church of Fort Dodge; ptesenta- tion of grade diplomas, Mrs. Leone Halversqn; presentation of class. V. 3. Tatum; presentation of • diplomas, O. J. ' florcliardt; class song, graduates; benediction, Rev. F. E. Flowers. Wilfred Stoeper, J. Smith, Fred Mortenseh and, Hester Wefsbrod attended the. !&th annual fjre school at Ante's rqh Wednesday aii'd Thursday/, ,,-T|i~e men attended "classes on 1 ' arsdn, methods of -laying hose, cat'etod maintenace of trucks and etJUip- ment, fire drill, and department organization. • •' Gflmmuniiy Club Activities The" regular meeting of the Fenton coVntrmnity club was held Monday evening," May 17, with 13 members present. Don" Akre presented a , discussion and lecture oh fly control as presented by Mullins Hi Bred Seed Corn Co. J}iscu,ssion ' was held on the maintenance of our tpwn strp°t It has been decided to sweep the town streets May 20 and 2i. An enthusiastic vote of appreciation was given the mayor and councilmen for their handling of the garbage dispoal in Fenton and recommendation was given for them to continue along the present lines. 7" •Mary 'Circle Meets The Mary . Circle met on Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Charles Voigt, Mrs. B. Schlei was trie assisting hostess. Fourteen members 'VW^re present: Mrs. Richard 'GoetSch led in devotions ; and Mys;* John Behrens gave trie lesson" "• ">• ' . . . . A group of friends dropped in at the S,. E'. Straley 'home on Monday afternoon to help Mrs. Ida Brace celebrate her birthday. Guests were Mesdames Fred Ha- begar, x Cora Stow, Fred Stow and Clark Coffin, all of Burt; Martin Hantelman, Gerhard Hantelman, Geb. Jorgensen Sr.; Floyd Duncan arid Miss Sollaue Nordahl and TMar- lyn Sorenson. Refreshments were served 'at the close ol a social afternoon. Lydia Circle Entertained Mrs. John M uncn was hostess to the Lydia circle in her home on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. R(£c Wolfe led ,irf-devotion 'and Mrs. Olga Huskamp gave thS Wesson. Members of the circle brought " various articles that were sold at auction at the close of the afternoon. •Guests were Mrs. Mary Weisbrod, Mrs. E. Ruske and Mrs. Retta Eigler. , pfopTla.t'e service will b£ held In ihe city park in (tribute to the war dead. The program is short at this time so as not to conflict witfi any chorch services. Guests in the V. J. Tatum home for Wednesday noon lunch- eqn were Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanifan, Mr. and fytrs. Loren Barker, Mrs. Clayton Ditsworthi Mrs. Leone Halverson, Mrs. D. Long. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel, and Miss Helen Huntington. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Behne, Layton, and Janet attended the ball games Saturday at Mason City and then Saturday .evening and Sunday they visited rela : tives at Nora Springs. Layton is a member of the Fentpn'Hi' S. ball team and participated in the FentQn-Cqrwitn game Saturday. The Hook and Eye Sewing club met last Thursday in the -home of Mrs. Rex Wolf. Mrs. Mae Voigt and daughter. Esther of Ceylon, Minn,, were Monday callers in the home of tyfiss Lilas Booyers. Mr. and Mrs. James Barber of Rodman and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt were in Des MoineS Tuesday evening to see and hear Spike Jones and his City Slickers. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall spent Saturday morning in peg Moines. . In the afternoon they attended the tulip, festival pt Pella. Saturday evening and Suriday was spept. visiting relatives in Oskaloosa. fhey'returri- de to Fenton on Sunday evening. Misses Esther Gilfcjertsoh aitd Bertora Mitchell spent la'st'week- end in Minneappljs visiting relatives and friends. Juam'ta Mae Straley is the new clerk in Bailey's Store. . ; Mr. ancl Mrs. Ray'Stqeber and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler and daughter Sharon werb in Des Moines Wednesday to see and .hear Spike Jones and the City Slickers. Audra Lufkin was a weekend guest of Janet McFall. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haflafi 8f Ringsted are the parents' of ait 8% pound son, Randy Dean, bdW Thursday mo'rfiing, May 13, ift the Holy Family hospital at Ki- therville. He is the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ha¥* Ian of Eldon, la., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Metzger of Ringsted. Paul Metzger fc editor of the fenton Reporter and Ringi sted Dispatch). New Phone Lines East Swea City Swea & Eagle — Considerable telephone work is underway. New wire and poles are being put up pn |ocal rural telephone liftes. An entire new line west of Swea City along the pavement has been rebuilt. The Virgil Jensons. tfarold Jones, Roy Millers, Wm. Thomps&ns, Frank Isaacsons, Tru* man Johnsons and Maynard Keucks who were on the seven line are now on the new Jine. Called By Illness Mrs. Joe Preston and her daughter Nh-.a left Wednesday morning by car for Peoria, III,, called {here by the illness of the Prc.,ton's daughter, Mrs. Alfred Ne.,on. Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Olson of Cherokee visited from Tuesday until Wednesday at O. A. Jenson home. Mr. and Mrs. James Kuckynka of Madrid spept the first part pi the week visiting old friends .here. Olive Cypssley of Ames visited from Monday vintil Wednesday at the M. Mplind'er home. The Ol- spns, Kupkynkas and Miss Crossley came here to attend the last rites for Martin Mplinder, Tuesday afternoon, May 18. '•- ( Miss Jessie Hea.rtso.ck of Goldfield recently visited the James tiarners. She has visited here many times with her friends. Miss Heartsock planned to go td Cedar Falls this' week to attend RDM&KY WHAT 00 YOU USUALLY CiBT FOR TEACHING THE LIKES OF ME _^ TO SWIM? / —< AMD VOU WILL. FINP .CHAMPLIN k SERVICE READY TO ASSIST YOU AT ALL TIMES- . SERVICE B PHONE 1086 • 302 E.VTATE • lr|| 50th anniversary of Jier graduation class from the State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. ''Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miehe of Ofttario, Calif., are visiting at the names of her brother and sister Hoy Klugers and Milton Peter- sohs. Ruby Berg returned to her Studies at Buena Vista college, Storm Lake, after a three day Vj£it here with her parents Andrew Bergs. John O'Connor, school instructor at Fonda, was a Sunday guest at Bergs'. Ruby Berg returned to Storm Lake yvith him. The Grant Methodist W. S. C. S. ladies society meet Wednesday afternoon, May 26, with Mrs. Ely erson. SEXTON Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opheim and family were recent Sunday 'Visitors at the homq of Mrs- Mary Phillips near Woden. Mrs. Everett Steven will be hostess to the Sexton W. S.'C. S. at her home north of town on Thursday afternoon, May 27. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings 'John and Alfred Opheim spent a ;day recently near Burt fishing, •and enjoyed a wonderful day for fishing and brought home a won- derful catch. Monday morning w*as the opening day for the Daily Vacation Bible school at the Sexton church under the instruction of Rev. J. A. Riggs and Mrs. Leo Steven. Little Susan Bode, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bode, spent Friday afternoon and evening with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum. Alfred bpheim called at the Andy Phillips home in Woden Thursday evening. Mrs. Sarah Wise, Mrs. Alfred Opheim and children were callers in Britt Friday at the John Stratton home and they also went to the Evergreen cemetery there. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven Algona, spent Friday at the home of their son the Everett Stevens north of town. Wins Actor's Trophy Vernon Voyles, 707 E. State, Algona, has been awarded the Player's Trophy for the best actor of Ihe year at Grinnell college for his role as "Fool" in the recent production "Elizabeth the Queen". He was presented this award at the' annual Honors Chapel, .Thursday morning, May 20. Vernon is ttae son of Mrs. Glenn Crilly. He was also named president of the Grinnell players. VOTE FOR PEAR For The Democratic Nomination For Clerk of Your Vote and Support Be Appreciated . r.pJMfKUV; 01 J.TJV/ lyivjJivi i -;"ir:_;| ''(. Tuesday, May 25, 1948 I help farmers to farm FASTIR I'll show you how to farm faster . . . and *. better, too ... if you'll let me demonstrate a new Ford Tractor right on your farm. I'll prove that, with a Ford Tractor, you can keep gaining on your work instead of getting behind. You have no idea how much time you save with Hydraulic Touch Control of implements, new, faster 4-speed transmission and a lot of other advantages this new Ford Tractor has. And, my service is the best. So how about telling me to bring out a Tractor and put ,on a demonstration? There's no obligation. Munger Implement Co. . ' BOB MUNGER So Phillips On 169 Phone 1025W Algona, Iowa Tcyt/ctZonl TotfZaiutti! Uuj UUlAU Public School Girls Win The girls' kitten ball team-of St. John's school and the public school played an intersting ganje Friday morning. The girls from the public sQhool led in scoring by a small margin throughout the game. Final scoring was 12 to 13 in favor of the girls from the public school. Memorial Day Services . \ Memorial day will be observed in Fenton on. Sunday morning, May 3'0, at 8:45. A short and apr MOVING OR STORING YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS contact Brady Transfer & Storage Co. Fort Allied Van Lines, |ijc., In your locality World's Largest Long Divine? MoVing Service Excellent equipment, compolen^ and courteous service. Phonp or write for estimate on any moving problem. . 'utf For Re-Election Myron L. Johnson Republican Ticket 5th District It's the Feed You Give the Hen I , ' • - ; that makes her give YOU the EGGS! i You can't make a silk purse out pf a sow's ear. And a hen can't manufacture eggs out of a ration that lacks the ingredients it takes to MAKE AN EGG. Vrxe^^^pvn V>,a^an c ^ . -Qve O i corn betore W"^^^^ is aO ,. e . Leading ^^rETpGS ^lTaB^Fl S p S vT- -^ItforfSein^ea,^ SSf*^ /SX THE PRACTICAL FEED FOR PRACTICAL POULTRYMEN BECAUSE "~T~" It helps to save three ways Save Time! Save Money! Save Extra Work! G ?S SSSSj^s S.he can d,raw' on her body |or a Jittje while. Then the body qqits. The the eggs quit. It tsHes vitamins, proteins, and minerals— Ms Qf them--to enable a hen tq give ypu. a. J3ig ggg yie}4- y\ jss&fa&r^p of 1 • The Practical Farmer who raises poultry knows important it is to keep down feed costs, and to eliminate extra steps, and extra bother in raising poultry. In the "face of demands for more poultry and more eggs, savings in, time, money, and extra work are dpubly important—especially in view of shortages of labor 'on the farm. * That's where this Cafeteria feeding plan with Sargent Grain Balancer for Poultry offers a wonderful ppr portunity right now. , HERE'S HOW IT SAVES HELPS SAVE MONEY. Because it takes less than two sacks of Sargent Grain Balancer, if fed as specified, to feed 100 hens a month. This IS about half what you would figure on if you useq a regular laying mash. It means that with Sargents you feed more home grown grains—ar«J porportionately less commercial feed. 2 HELPS SAVE TIME. Cafeteria style fe'eding * with Sargent Grain 'Balancer eliminates W«Ping and grinding of grain and other hard work. You just feed your whole grain in gelf-feeders-*-. with Sargent Grain Balancer besjde it. _*" • ;• ' 3 HELPS SAVE' WORK. Eliminates i feed.ing«morning. and night—aqd taljes less work, it reduces your- labor amount/ f by, Grata' PaJajiVer |s ,a CONCENTRATE of Vitamin, Mineral, an4 Protein ejem.en.ts. It contains 23 different 'ingredients tp buck «p the grain ra^ an.0 to -fprtify, the hen with -» supply ef .these elp pe|$i§d fer HIGH PRODUCTION. KEEP DOWN ON FEED BILLS! shift yow hens out p f ItQW- gear •*?mfa f$QW gjs^-, ^Jyst |ry M% egg* building Cafeteria plan, with r Sargent Grain BaJ^ncer for Poultry cm Jhplp to keep Ugers report that t& two iseksi prG- JQO hen5 a month. .fM hens eat more grain, than brain bfuwwer, means, Jess comm§j?$yi31rf$gcl ,. With a straight Jay^iQ^}, wder.or- dtfWy - c»rcumstan0e|. *ypjt < would have to feed equal propQf|jgj»§.Q| m^sh and grain. Compare the costs, and the 'results,, and yqu'U see why*gp many paiil- tryme^J are- using Sargent,s Grain Palan- eer and wSwle gjaiRs undef th is modern Cafeteria plan. ,Qet a bag today. Try it. See how your hens wijl go for' the Cafeteria style of feeding—and wi}l t'st mpre grain and less supplement. INCREASED EQG PRODUCTIONS GREATS* LAYING PEQIQO With the free choice method, a Cafetefia, fpreed feeding's.om^prae§te.sarted f- *— ' prqductipn, is -unnecessary. Wi|h feria plan, ther§' 1 is-n.Q~ch8nee-t! then pay for*it latec with IPW show thai with Sargent Grain Paiaj^er an0 i grain, hens fceep ' Cwt ewt Bethf r,, Nit, ond Hpiil Wwk in ¥«*f P ««ltf|f kttl ' '- ' « /,. .5, H L V * • *l ' K ^Wt JpM^g*^* • " jwy*s-y "W 11 " 1 *;" Q* i &&i*^9p&j£&^j^&&^^^&t^QIM&Vf&l^*'^^™^Jl N w B A L AN C E R W^9i. ~ ^* <m$!J5&;w*. ^ ™ m M

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