The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1957 · Page 14
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I MftS. AftDITH HALViRSON N#wt Editor ifeni*n February 14, 1957 Publl*h«d By Tht Upper 0«t MelflM PublMlng Ca., Algena, Iowa 11 At Auxiliary Meeting, Fenton Fenion — The Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs Chira Fauerby with eleven members present. The Auxiliary gave $5.00 to the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines and $3.00 to the March of Dimes fund. Each member is asked to bring a roll of carpet rags to the March meeting. Mrs Clarence Osborn was welcomed as a new member. Mrs Jordan Knudson was in charge of the entertainment, Which was traveling bingo. £U of.theIP Speed Quern Automatic 'Or yen (or Washers) given awoy FREE fa-ch month. I use stop in and gee aa 'official" entry Blank which you merely sign and mail to the Reuben H. Donnelly Company, Chicago, Illinois.' Husband and wife may both enter thereby doublingchance to win. If you win, yon have choice of a Speed Queen deluxe model automatic WASHER or automatic DRYER. There is nothing to no strings attached — just sign and mail' the blank. As Advertised In Today's Farm & Home Section STOEBER HARDWARE Fenion, Iowa W.S.C.S. At Fenton Asks Fight Against Liquor Bill Fenton Mrs Rav Zwiefel and Mrs Clarence Arbogast presented the lesson, Thursday, at the February meeting of the Fenton W.S.C.S. at the Methodist church. Devotions began with a piano meditation by Mrs Clayton Ditswoi th. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs Don Weisbrod, an<i recorded by the secretary, Mrs J. A. Schwartz. Reports by offcers included one by Mrs Charles Lovejoy, secretary of missionary education, on a book. "Africans on Safari." Mrs Lovejoy also distributed a 4-year list of books for credit reading. Mrs Earl Crouch, secretary of supply work, read a letter of thanks from the Harriet Ballou Nursery in Sioux City for cookies sent at Christmas time. Mrs Lester Weisbrod, secretary of the status of women, urged members to protest to state legislators the passage of the bill providing for sale of liquor by the drink. Mrs Gaylord Johnson's report on materials far a society worship center led to a discussion and a motion that her committee purchase a picture easel and candlesticks. Mrs Harvey Walker distributed study materials to those present enrolled in her study course on the church in southeast Asia and announced Wednesday afternoon, February 13 the date for the first meeting in the junior department Sunday school rooms. The president named Mrs J. A. Schwartz, Mrs Don Shaw and Mrs Herschel Hartman to the nomination committee with Mrs Lester Weisbrod, chairman. She also announced Mrs Merle Voigt as card chairman for January and February, and Mrs Elmer Weisbrod for March and April. Two recommendations by the executive board, one that a librarian be chosen to be assisted by the secretaries of spiritual life and missionary education and another, that the society serve a ' noon meal to ministers and their wives attending a district meeting on April 30th • at the Fenton church, were approved. Hostesses were M e s d a m e s Frank McF.all, Charles Beavers, ancURoy Klein. <,>, *"t? Vf • „ *** .-.i ... Dr. John Waite and Jerry, Mervin Christiansen and Roger Dreyer spent last Tuesday in Sioux City where they attended a Purebred Polled Hereford show and sale. Mr and Mrs Donald Koch and girls of Fairmont were Friday evening guests in the Lyle Weisbrod home. Mr and Mrs Frank McFall and Mr and Mrs Walter Widdel were Tuesday evening dinner guests in the W. R. Wolfe home in honor of Frank's birthday. The Fenton Township Homemakers Club will meet this Friday afternoon with hostesses Mrs Ray Laabs and Mrs Lloyd Berkland. The lesson will be 'Window Treatment' presented by 'Mrs Lloyd Berkland and Mrs Paul Voigt. Mrs Marold -Schlei will be in charge of the entertainment. Mr and Mrs Lyle Weisbrod from the vast Hy-LIne research program come; this new white-egg layer that even out-performs previous Hy-line varieties In two ways. ley* Ivtn Better — Hy-Line 934-A produces 6 .to 12 more eggs than any white-egg Hy-Line layer ever sold. Outlays even Hy-lane 934 that laid about 2'/i dozen more eggs per bird per year, 'than good leghorns. In addition, Hy-l/ine 934-A has the same stumina as the famed Hy-Line 934 which outlived leghorns by 1% to 10% over ft year 1 ? lay. Fay* fvta Btiter — Ily-Line 934-A puts more profit in your pocket. Increased feed efficiency, 'excellent liability, bttler production «•* all add to greater profit total than ever. ORDER HY-UNE 934-A NOW Calvin Vaudt, Fenton Burt Produce, Burt, Iowa Walter Hens, Sweet City Lyndon Kerber, Cylinder Whittemore Hatchery/ Whittemore Walter Vaudt, Whittemore Frank Seeley, AUUttliUO HY41NS* PUT entertained at a 500 parly, Mr and Mrs Herbert Krause, Mr and Mrs Robert Mitchell, Mr and Mr= Howard Schulte, Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel and Mr and Mrs M. P. Nemitz. Mrs Widdel won high score prize for the ladies and Mrs Nemitz, low score; Duane Widdel won high for the men and Herbert Krause, low score. Mrs Krause won the travel prize. Mrs Clara Gremmels was honored at a birthday party Tuesday evening, Feb. 5 at the M. E. Hiatt home. The honored guest was observing her 82nd birthday. Others present for the occasion were Mr and Mrs M. P. Nemitz, Mr and Mrs John Sehallin, Mr and Mrs Herman Hintz, Mr and Mrs William Boettcher, Mr and Mrs Delond Bolte and family. Mr and Mrs Carl Veer Jr. and family of Adams, Minn, were weekend guests in the parental Roelf Miller home. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr and Mrs .Melvin RickJiffs and son Larry of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Paul Winter and Julie of Lakota. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson. Merle and Barbara were Sunday afternoon and evening guests in the Elmer Lee home at Estherville. They also visited with Mrs Eldon Lee, a patient at the Holy Family Hospital. Mrs E. W. Ruskc, Mrs Paul Eigler and Mrs Raymond Stoeber were co-hostesses at a bridge party Friday afternoon at the latter's home. Seven tables of bridge were at play. Mrs Everett Dreyer won the high score prize and two Valentine special prizes went to Mrs Arlo Ranney and Mrs Calvin Vaudt. Out of town guests were Mrs L. J. Reed and Mrs Mel Thompson of Algona. Mr and Mrs Robert Anderson and Roger spent the weekend with relatives at Reinbeck, Iowa. Audra Kae Slraley, who is employed at Fairmont spent the weekend in the parental S. E. Straley home. The Rev. and Mrs Robert Johnson, missionary in Tanganyika, Africa are the parents of a daughter born Sunday, Feb. 3rd. She weighed 8 Ibs, 13 oz. and has been named Kari Lin. Mrs Johnson will be remembered herf as the* former. : Esther; ..PUbertgon, daughter of Rev. and Mrs V. G. Gilbertson former pastor of St. John's Lutheran church at Depew. Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler and Judy, and Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske were Friday evening supper guests in the Ray Stoeber home. Mrs Alvin Zumach was hostess to the U Deal Em Bridge at her home Monday 'afternoon. Three tables were at play. Winning high score prize at each of the tables were Mrs Amos Finnestad, Mrs George Murphy and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth. Guest players were Mrs E. K. Johnson, Mrs Arlo Ranney and Mrs Webber Yager. Mr and Mrs Jack Gerhard entertained neighbors; at a 500 party Sunday evening. 5 tables were in play. Mrs Lyle Newel won high score prize and Mrs Calvin Vaudt low for the ladies. Amos Finnestad won high and Calvin Vaudt low for the men. Amos Finnestad won travel prize. The members of Ihe Depew Fellowship Circle and their families had a farewell party Sunday evening, honoring Mrs Bernetta Sol berg of Ringsted. The members arrived at her home with well filled baskets for the evening meal. Mrs Solberg, who will soon be moving to Estherville was presented with a gift of money from the group. Mr and Mrs Donald Steinberger accompanied by John Carroll and Mr and Mrs Harlan Askeland Of Estherville went to Sioux City Sunday to visit Mrs John Carroll who is a patient at St. Joseph Hospital. Billy Scribner, who is employed in Fort Dodge, spent the weekend in the parental Gilbert Scribner home. Mr and Mrs George Sizer of St. James, Minn, were Saturday afternoon visitors in the Oscar Sorensen home. Mr and Mrs Fred Moriensen and Kathy and Mr and Mrs Delond Bolte and family were Sunday supper guests in the Virgil Wolfe home at Bancroft. The occasion was in honor of Joe Wolfe's birthday. Mrs Marshal Swanson and son Lanriy spent Thursday to Sunday in the home of her grandparents, J. J. Theesfield. Also Sunday dinner guests in the Theesfield home were Mr and Mrs Earl Theesfield of Armstrong, and Mr and Mrs Alvin Zumach and Gary. Wilfred and Raymond Stoeber went to Minneapolis Monday to attend the Spring convention of 'Our Own Hardware.' They plan to return home Wednesday. Sunday dinner guests in the E. K. Johnson home were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and family and Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced ., : Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 Get YOUR FERTILIZER SPREAD BEFORE THE GROUND THAWS AND NOW IS THE BEST TIME AND THE MOST BENEFICIAL I Head What Wallace's Farmer Has To Say About Buying Fertilizer NOW IN SPITE of dropping prices lor farm products, fertilizer looks like a good investment for many Corn Belt farmers. For tome, it will be among the best bete for cutting costs this year. Sure/ fertilizer adds to your total and per acre costs. But with proper use. it can spread that cost over extra bushels or tons — enough to lower the actual cost per unit. Fall and early winter buying in much of the Corn Belt has been light com' pared to past years. So a heavy/ last-minute run on fertilizer may be in the cards. And a shortage of rail cars is almost e certainfy. This may slow the movement of fertilizer raw ma> terials. Getting the beet buy is even more important now that costs are threatening your business. Often high analysis fertilizers are the cheapest per unit> of plant food supplied. But you can't even take that for granted. Pull out your pencil, and do some figuring when you get the local prices. It's likely to pay, especially on phosphate and nitrogen. Some price discounts are still in effect for early buyers. But most of them decrease as spring comes closer. Some farmers will be able to spread fertilizer now. Any open period permits bulk spreading on ley- el fields. Or on those with, contoured, gentle slopes. Frozen soils are not packed by loaded trucks that do the spreading for you, Fenton Co-Op Elevator Wbtfff You Tlid* With Yourself and fnmily. Mr and Mrs S. E. Sfraley were Sunday evening dinner* guests of Mr and Mrs George Thompson at Ledytird. Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod were Sunday evening guests of Mr ;md Mrs Clarence Yager. The Depew Fellowship Circle of St. John Lutheran Church at Di'pew will meet this Thursday afternoon. Feb. 14 in the home ol Mrs Ervin Ruhnke. Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz wore Sunday guests in the Karl Schwartz home at Rockwell City. $252.61 Raised For Dimes Fund Fenton — Mrs John Waite, local March of Dimes chairman, announces that a total of $252.61 has been contributed to the March of Dimes fund. The sum included the contributions from the Fenton public school, St. John Lutheran Day school, Lotts Creek school, the house to house canvass, the Poliothon, and the Teens Against Polio Drive. Mrs Waite wishes to thank all those who contributed and helped in the drive. Band Mothers To Meet Feb. 20th Fenion — The. Fenton Band Mothers will have their regular meeting Wednesday afternoon, February 20th. All members are urged to attend as important business will be taken care of at this meeting. Plans must be made for the Band Jamboree LOST — Pair of boys glasses in Fenton. Sure appreciate their return. Dennis Geitzenauer, Fenton. 7* CARD OF THANKS Sincere thanks to those who remembered us in our recent bereavement. Mr and Mrs John Gramenz. 7* Fenton Man To Head Short Wave .- Dr.'W .W. Jolley, WTVE, Fenton, Iowa has been selected to set up an organization of amateur radio operators prepared to furnish organized emergency communications in time of disaster, it was announced today by Communications Manager F. E. Handy of the American Radio Relay League, national association of radio amateurs. Mr Jolley's assignment, which carries the title of Emergency Coordinator, is to band together members of the amateur radio service in his community to perfect arrangements for emergency radio communication by hams in the event of natural disasters or other emergencies. In addition to use of normal station equipment working from commercial power, amateur stations use self- powrered radio transmitting and receiving equipment as needed. Mr Jolley, as ARRL Emergency Coordinator, will call local meetings of amateurs, establish common operating procedures, and arrange regular drill periods when the hams' personal stations may be mobilized under simulated emergency conditions. His duties also include liaison planning with the local chapter of the American Red Cross and other relief agencies. Friday, Feb. 15 — Ellen Circle; Fenton Township Homemakers Club. Monday, Feb. 18 — Community Club. Tuesday, Feb. 19 — Town and Country Woman's Club. Wednesday, Feb. 20 — Band Mothers. Thursday, Feb. 21 — Independence Mixers; Helen Circle. Edward Butler and daughter Jane and Mr and Mrs Joe Kollasch of Elmore were Sunday visitors with relatives here. Thursday, Feb. 14 — Bertha Circle; Gladys Circle; Depew Fellowship .Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY J. Wallace Smith Real Estate Broker General Insurance THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repairs FENTON, IA. 8-DAY PLAN ttf Your M*n»y 'B«efc> Use UNGUENTINE'® SUPPOSitO- RIES three limes a day for eight consecutive days. If you do not geh It Fast pain relief 2. Reduction of iwtlllng 3* Soothing comfort return empty boxes to the druggist and EVERY PENNY will be refunded! Regular $3.00 Vafu« . . . Spec/of $2,69 MAIL ORDERS I , Please Send GUARANTEED Item Above io: NAME Address for which I enclose $2.82 which includes Postage and Money- Back Guarantee. FENTON DRUG FENTON, (6-7-8) Framed" by the weatherman? You need an Efecfrte CLOTH ES DRYER YES SIB! 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