The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1957 · Page 12
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MftS. AtDtTH MJtor January 24, 1957 Publ!*hed By tfit Upptf Om — Pobll»hln fl Co., Algona, Iowa War Bride A Speaker At Fenfon Club Fenion — The Fenton Woman's Club met January 8th in the home of Mrs Clavton Ditsworth with Mrs E. W. Ruske assisting hostess. Mrs Raymond Stoeber presided at the short business meeting. Mrs Romaine Weisbrod and Mi-s E. J. Frank were in charge of the program. " Mrs Weisbrod introduced Mrs Lewis Ferguson of Algona. Mrs Ferguson, a German war bride, presented an interesting talk on hoW holidays and festivals lare observed in Germany. Pamela Weisbrod, Susan Hantelman, Norma Jean Larsen and Judy Eigler favored the group with a vocal selection. Jane: Behne accompanied them at the piano. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Independence 4-H The January meeting of the Independence Idealists was held Saturday at 2 o'clock in the home of Judv Wiener. Lois Berkland presided at the business meeting. Eleven members answered roll call. Discussion was held on 4-H basketball and 4-H uniforms. Following the business meeting, Joanne Mitchell and Janice Priebe presented a demonstration on 'Making a Sewing Box.' Lois Berkland demonstrated steps on the making of a Simple Apron. The entertainment was in charge of Teresa Naig, after which lunch was served by the hostess. Farewell Parly Wednesday evening dinner guests in the Curtis Olsen home was Kalmer Randa of San Ber- naidino. Calif.; Mr and Mrs LuVern Randa of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Bertel Berkeland pf Fenton, Mr and Mrs Gerald Beaver and Mr and Mrs Gaylord Olsen and family of Ringsted. The LuVern Randa family was presented with a purse of money as a farewell gift. Kalmer Randa came to be here for the farm sale which was held Monday of last week. The Randas left the first of this week for California. Mr end Mrs Duane Habeger and family of Burt were Sunday evening guests in the Richard Underwood home. Mrs Romaine * Weisbrod and son Billy spent Sunday in Orange City with Mrs Weisbrod's sister. Mrs Velma Rave. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg GAS & ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS Clark and Ruud — Quality Products BATHROOMS By KOHLER For All Your Needs In Plumbing, Heating and More Comfortable Living, Call or See McFall HOT WATER UNLIMITED from g Rust-Proof. Tank! The , . sensational RUUb- ALCOA Al^LQY ...Automatic Gas Wafer Heafer Sporkling- F clear, rust-free^ hot water for every need! • Palenlt Ptndinfl \. ® Aluminum Co.of Arairlca — Uses the modern,' faster,, i cheaper fuel! And No other 'w.qt.er.' Heater like it,; ; ^;v L anywhere,!^ RUSCH FENTON PHONE 159 COME SEE IT NOW! Ask today about the Ruud optional duo°° temp feature: 2 different temperatures from the same tank at the same timel Announcing NEW MILK Effective February 1, 1957 CARTO NS w^ V2 Gallon Homogenized 1 Quart Homogenized .. 1 Quart Buttermilk 1 Quart Chocolate Milk . 1 Quart Orangeade — 1 Pint Half and Half ... !/2 Pint Coffee Cream -., Pint Whipping Cream 40c 20c 20c 20c 18c 30c 23c 33c BOTT L E Gallon Homogenized ..,.,.„,.. 37c 1 Quart Homogenized .,, 19c 1 Quart Regular;'..., 19c, 14 Pint Coffee Cream . „., „ 20c ! X 3 Pint Whipping Cream „., ...„.„ 30c Fenton Co-Operative Creamery Co. Lehman and boys were Sunday guests in the Henry Lange home at Lake Mills. The Fenfon Pro$re*«ot» 4-H Club held their January meeting in the home of Jerry Waite with 11 members ^and two guests, David Hainzinger and Mr John Ruger present. Roger Greyer presided at the business meeting. Lunch was served at the close of the^ meeting. Mr and Mrs Robert Betkeiand and sons Paul and Mark of "Minneapolis were weekend guests in the parental B. 'G. Berkelancl home and with other relatives in this vicinity. Mr and Mr* E. K. Johnson entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and family and Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and family. The occasion honored the birthday of ^Mrs Kenneth Johnson. Nancy Sunday wac honored ai a farewell party Friday evening by members of the local freshman class. The party was held at the Teen Kanteen with Mrs Larry Alt, Mrs Olaf Norland' and Mrs Eldon Hantelman as chaperons. Mrs pelond Votleler underwent major surgery at the Holy Family Hospital in Estherville on Jan. 11. She returned home the 19th. During her absence, Mrs Ernest Votteler cared for the children and did the home work. | Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyers were Sunday dinner guests in the L. J. Weisbrod home. Supper guests also included Mr and Mrs rl Linden, Mark and Judy ot Miliord. Milion Diveney Jr. oi Rodman spent Sunaay atternoon and evening in the t red Mortensen home. Mr and Mrs Lyle Weisbrod. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs .Robert Mitcfteli were Sunday evening guests in the M. K Nemuz home. The occasion was in honor of Maynard's birthday. The evening was spent playing 500. Ronald Mortensen and Pat Merten, the latter a student at Teachers College in St. Cloud, spent the weeknd in the Merton home in Wilmar, Minn. Mr and Mrs William Hantelman arid Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman attended the dedication services of the new Lutheran church at Emmetsburg Sunday. Reba Diisworth and Dwight Maidment of Estherville were Sunday afternoon callers in'.tne 'Clayton Ditsworth home. / Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cornelius,: and family of Graettinger vwere Sunday visitors in the Dale Weisbrod home. Mr and Mrs Merle Voigi and Mr and Mrs Delond Bolte were Sunday evening guests in .the Arnold Nielsen home. Mr and Mrs Jess O'Keefe of Burl visited in the Sam Wa.rner home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Gerald Gochenour and family visited in the Clifford Stevenson home at Htrm- boldt. In the atternoon they attended the installation of ot- ticers of the Rainbow Girls. Cheryl Stevenson, a niece o! Mr Gochenour was installed as worthy Advisor. , Callers last Saturday evening at the Matnerine Thilges home were her son Alex ot Gibbon, Minn., Mr and Mrs Harold Steward of Burt, and Mr and Mrs Clarence Thilges of Fenton. At the Clarence Thilges home last Sunday evening, supper guests were Frank Thilges, Mrs Katherine Thilges, of Fenton, and Alex Thilges, Gibbon, Minn. Mr and Mrs Albert Metzger of t>one Hock were evening callers, Brownie Seoul No. 3 met Monday in the Fred Mortensen home with leader Doris Jean Mortensen and assistant leaders Karen Schwarzenbach and Ruth Miller. The girls made cookies. Anyone having Brownie Scout uniforms to sell, should contact Doris Jean. Wayne Decker was honored at a farewell party Saturday 'evening at the Clinton Decker home at Algona. Among those present were JoAnn Bierstedt, Rosella Faber .Doris Jean Mortensen, Darrel Householder of LQIUS Rock and Leonard Hansen. Monday afternoon callers in the Clayton Ditsworth home were Mr and Mrs Wallace,Brown of Gruver. Mrs Welsbrod Elected Head Fenton T-C Club Fenlon — The Town and Country Woman's Club met in the home of Mrs Clarence Yager, with Mrs Don Shaw assisting hestess. The program 'Egypt's Gift of the Nile* was presented by Mrs Ted Jensen and Mrs Russell Jensen. Donations were made to the General Federation of Woman's Club Maintenance Fund also to the Heart, Red Cross and Cancer funds. Election of officers) was held with the following elected: President, Mrs Dale Weisbrod; vice president, Mrs William Hantelman; Recording secretary, Mrs John Struecker; corresponding secretary, Mrs Arnold Hansen; Historian, Mrs Calvin Vaudt. An article on the Home Show was given by the president, Mrs Jack Gerhart. Mrs Wendell Rusch led the group in singing 'Stars of the Summer Night.' A delicious lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Blakjer Meeting The Blakjer Luther League met Sunday evening at the church parlors. During, the business meeting election of officers was held for the coming year. President, Lois Wilberg; vice president, Janet Geilcnfeldt; secretary, Marilyn Johannosen; treasurer, Gary Loge; Pocket Testment secretary, Marlene Jensen. Janet Geilenfeldt presented the topic for the evening. Marilyn Johannesen was in charge of the devotions. Readings were given by Barbara Halverson and Gary Loge. David Looft played an instrumental solo. Relative Dies Fenton relatives received word of the death of Mrs Lena Pierce, 89, who died Sunday morning at the home of her daughter in Dwight, 111. She was the last surviving member of her family. Her brother George Soever preceded her in death just ten days ago. The other members of this pioneer family were John, Henry, Will, Fred Boever and Mrs Philip (Mary) Weisbrod. Mrs Pierce is survived by her three children, Chester and Mrs Jim Telford of Dwight, 111., and Viola of Chicago. She is also survived by a large number of nieces and nephews, many of whom reside 'in Fenton, and also many friends in this community. Ronald Mortensen is enjoying a two weeks vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs Fred Mortensen. When he reports back in the Navy he will be located in the Panama Canal Zone. Mrs Albert Mitchell was hostess to the Hook and Eye Serving club Tuesday afternoon. Independence FB Women Meet Fenton — The Independence Mixers Farm Bureau women held their meeting January 17 in the Township Hall. Thirteen members answered roll call by telling about their family's favorite vegetable dish. Vice president, Mrs Clarence Arbagast ,was in charge of the business meeting. She presented the lesson on new ways with vegetables. It was voted to give the collection for the day to the Polio Fund. The amount was $5. The pennies for friendship collection was thirty three cents. Everyone brought a sack lunch and coffee was furnished by Mr« B. Berkeland. Those present were Mesdames William Weiner, Amer Cody, Eldon Rhoades, Bob Johnson, Joy Jensvold, Thomas Twaiten. Clarence Underwood, Olga Huskamp, Eugene Huskamp, Clarence Wegener, Bertel Berkeland, Clarence Arbogast and Adolph Hansen. The February meeting will be held at the Dale Voigt home and Mrs Lyndon Kerber will be co- hostess. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY J, Wallace Smith Real Estate Broker General Insurance THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invite* You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN OEili DEALER Bu*. Phone 3 R«*. 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