The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1957 · Page 10
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ifenf iw Fenton Host To Schools' Band Festival, March 4 Ferdon — The annual K. & E. conference band sand vocai music festival will be held at Fenton. March 4. The participating schools include Dolliver. Grant Township Graver, Ringsted, Sentral (Fenton. Lone Rock, Seneca) and Wnittemore. Band directors for the respective schools are Leslie Kraft. Wayne Pringle, Reuben Lutter PhU Lachelt, Warren Jones and Donald Conrad. Mr Howard Van Sickle, professor of music at Mankato State Teachers CoDege. Mankato. Minn will be the guest conductor. A massed band and chorus will rehearse during the after- noon in preparation for a concert to be presented in the evening The public is cordially invited to attend the evening concert to be presented by a 243 piece band and a 200 voice chorus. The program will begin at 8 p.m. in the Fenton High School gymnasium. Woman's Club Me«ts The Fenton Woman's Club met Tuesday p.m. February 12 in the home of Mrs Ernest Votteier with Mrs A. C. Krueger assisting hostess. Chairman. Mrs Ray Stoeber. had charge of the business meeting. Civsc projects were discussed. Mrs E. K. Johnson and Mrs MOVIE V For Those Interested In Seeing a CAGE LAYING POULTRY OPERATION HIM - You're Invited To Be At The WEISBROD IMPLEMENT, Fenton at 8 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 23 - HOMER MATTHIESEN IT'S COMING! SILVER DOLLAR DAY SATURDAY, MARCH 9 at the FENTO Co-Op Elevator 1 SILVER DOLLAR GIVEN ON EACH CASH SALE $50 OF MERCHANDISE 10-DOOR PRIZES-10 Register When You Come In — These Prizes to be given away at 5 p.m. on March 9. You Do NOT Have to be present to receive one: : 1-300 Lbs. Felco Feed Balancer v 2—200 Lbs. Felco Feed Balancer 3-Cutlery Set , 4-1 Felco 12-3 Poultry AnHbiotic 5—Automatic Poultry Fountain 6-1 Gal. No. 4 Ester Weed Spray 7-1 Gal. No. 4 Amine Weed, Spray 8—25 Lbs. Dog Food 9—Two Egg Baskets 10-1 Quart Varnish Don't Forget The Date! MARCH 9 Free Coffee & Doughnuts, Too! Get That Order For Feed, Seed and Fertilizer In NOW l-Algeria (la.) Oppe* De* Mettle* Thursday, Feb. It, Freda Seims were guests of the Club. The program committee Mrs Ernest Ruske and Mrs J. F. Beckiey introduced Mrs Irvin Wcrtmtn of Lakota as the guest speaker. Mrs Wortnian gave bti interesting and informative talk on her trip to Moscow, Russia and other places of European interest. A group of 50 made the three month tour last summer. Hostess To Circle Mrs Dale Voigt was hostess in her home on Feb. 14 to the Bertha Circle. Mrs Clarence Arbogast. program chairman, opened t h e meeting. Devotions were by Mrs John Luse and the lesson leader was Mrs Eugene Huskamp. Mrs Huskamp, who is WSCS secretary of spiritual life, announced a World Day of Prayer service for Friday, March 8th in the Methodist church. Mrs Charles Lovejoy, WSCS secretary of missionary i education, distributed four year credit reading lists to those who had not received them at Woman's Society. Mrs Arbogast announced that Mesdames Wendell Rusch and Freelove Weisbrod would be hostesses for the Bertha Circle meeting on Thursday, March 14. Brownies Give Playlet The Brownie Scout troop No. 4 met in the Scout rooms at the Community Center last Monday where they entertained their mothers at a Valentine pafty. They presented a playlet. Lunch was served by the Brownies and their leaders. Mothers present were Mrs Dean Cannon, Mrs Clayton Ditswocth and Mary Ellen, Mrs Harvey Walker, Mrs Richard Theesfield, Mrs John Bailey, Mrs George Meinke and Mrs Donald Luedtke. " Mrs Arthur Voetmann of Ringsted is the new teacher for the sixth grade in the Fenton school. She replaces Mrs Vincent Votte- ier who has moved to Laurens. She formerly taught in rural schools and for the past several years has been substituting in the- Ringsied-acheols. . „ Wednesday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs Roy Chrischilles were Mrs Charles Weisbrod, Mrs Mary C. Hansen, Mrs Paul Hudson, Mrs Ed Schlei and Mrs Geo. M. Jorgenson. Mr and Mrs Melvin Peterson and family of. EstheryUle were last Sunday visitors in the 'Gerhard Hantelman home. *' . Dinner guests in the Barrel Dreyer home Sunday were Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer and Jackie of Algona. Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger and Mrs Minnie Dreyer. Afternoon callers were Mrs Lena Kohlwes and Mrs Daryl Maloney of Austin, Minn. They also visited in the John and Arlin Kohlwes home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener and Mrs Emma Reimers were Sunday guests of Mrs Kate Wegener at Algona. Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel and Mrs Richard Kruinrn, the latter of Armstrong drove to Sioux City Sunday, where they visited with Mrs John Carroll, a patient at the hospital. Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys were Sunday visitors in the Howard Bierstedt home at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn plan to return to Fenton this week from a four week's vacation in Texas and with relatives in Arizona and New Mexico. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Edwards and family of Emmetsburg were Wednesday evening visitors in the Donald Steinberger home. Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs have moved to the John Fuhr farm which was vacated by the Wilmer Wichtendahl family. The Wichtendahls have moved to a farm near Lone Reck. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Laabs and family of Ayrshire have moved to the R. F. Laabs farm west of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman spent Sunday and Monday in Des Moines at the Homebuilders show. Mr lusd Ms* Harr«y H»«iey. «M Mr and Mrs Mark Simmons 61 Fairmont and Mr and Mrs Crea Jentz were Sunday afternoon and supper guests in the Arthur Mueller Home. Mf aad Mrs John Oraiociu spent Sunday with the Harold Gramenz and Ray Tietz families at Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Charles Feye, Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener and Mr and Mrs Webber Yager were Friday evening visitors in the Marlin Wegener home. Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley were Sunday guests in the Donald Void home at Lake Mills* where;' they helped little Lynn Void celebrate his birthday. 3 PIECE $ BEDROOM SUITES 149 SO BIP, ORIUIR AND CHEST of DRAWEES Oak, Walnut or Silver Gray — With a Dupont Veneer Finish t Dvitprftof' center guided drawers in, the** and Dr«*$er - Big Mirror with Dre**er. UNE SEAiEY & LAND O 1 HOD MATTRESSES Furniture Of Quality Fyrnitwre «. Fenlen MrsHurlburt Rites, Fenton Fenion — Funeral serviced were conducted at 1:30 at the Thomas Funeral Home and at 2 p.m. at the Fenton Methodist church on Monday, Feb. 18 for Mrs Ora Hurlburt. who died Saturday at the Lake View Nursing Home in Emmetsburg. The Rev. B. Witt of St. Clair, Minn, had the funeral sermon and was assisted in the seryica by the Rev. Harvey Walker," local pastor. Burial was in Fenton Township Cemetery near Lone Rock. Kattie Belle Householder, daughter of Joseph and Belle Householder was born July 20. 1887 at Cherryrun, West Virginia. She came to Iowa in 1898 and on May 18. 1904 she was united in marriage to George Ora Hurlburt at Burt, la. She lived her married life near Lone Rock until in 1941 when they moved to Fairmont, : Minn. In 1952 they came to Fenton. Mrs Hurlburt has been, bed ridden since July 1954 Mr and Mrs Hurlburt are the parents of ten'childl-en, four of whom preceded^ their mother in death. Surviving Mrs Hurlburt is her, husband, Ora Hurlburt of Fenton; four sons, Alton, Bancroft," Ralph of Swea City; Donald o? Fort Dodge; and Eldon, El Paso" Texasc. Two daughters, Mrs M bel Richardson of Algona andi Mrs Goldie Behrends of Lonft Rock; Uventy - two grandchil-' dwm'&iW peventeen 4 grepti-grand^ Wi\fyi£$- - 'Surviving,,,, brother*", atej John of Oelwein, la. Wesley ,• Litchfield, Minn.; Sam of Seattle. Wash.; and Frank of Denver. Colo., and one sister, Mary Bates of Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs Hurlburt %vas active in thv? Methodist church at Burt- while living at Lone Rock and. joined the United Evangelical* when they went to Fairmont Then when moving to Fenton she joined the Methodist here. Circuit Pastors Fenton Guests On Feb. 12th Fenion — The pastoral conference of the Algona Circuit met in St. John Lutheran church in Fenton on Tuesday. Feb. 12. beginning with a communion service at 1:30 p.m. This was followed by a business meeting which included a textual study on exegesis on Eph. 5:22-33 by the host pastor, W. H. Friedrich. Those present were Rev. and Mrs L. Loesch and Rev. Peter Braner. Algona: Rev. and Mrs E. L. Wittkopp. Burt; Rev. and Mrs A. C Krueger. Cylinder. Rev. and Mrs M. Yonker. Eagle Grove, Rev. and Mrs E. Strelow and gir's. Humboldt, Rev. Donald Heck, Lavermore; Rev. and Mrs L. Wittenburg, LuVerne: Rev. end Mrs W. t. Wolfram, Vttitttra; Rev. arid Mrs E. E. Gfeert, Welt Bend: Rev. and Mrs Paal Weinhold and Mrs R. Butzke, Whittemore. Mrs Orville Kressin and Elizabeth of Lone Rock. Following the meeting a two- course lunch was served by Mrs W. H. FriedridJ. Mr and Mrs Paul Eigltf add Judy and Mrs John Kohlwes were Sunday dinner guests in the Ewald Kohlwes home at Austin. Minn. Also dinner guests were Sharon Eigler and Rita Walters, both student nurses at Rochester Hie girls spent the weekend in the Kohlwes home. Mr and Mtt Doftald Shaw entertained at "500" ott Sunday night. High scores went to Mrs Dale Weisbrod and Donald Berkeland. low to Mrs Calvin Vaudt and Lyle Newel and travel to Lloyd Berkeland. Mr and Mft Bert*l Berkland spent this past weekend with relatives in Minneapolis. Mr and Mis Morris Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell were Saturday visitors in the Erving Davidson home at Charles City. Mr and Mrs Dean Neffls of Fort Dodge were Suftday dinner guests in the home of Mrs Amandt Kertt Afternoon call- tirs were Mf and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family and Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and bays, Mr and Mrs K«n Eleriek and family of Jefferson were Sun' day guests in the L. J. Weisbrod home. Mr and Mrs Alfred Mey- ets joined the group fot* supper ffei Helen Clfelt el lf»§ will meet thin Thursday fjttf* noon with Mr* Herschal Hart* man and Mrs Bessie Hartman. CARD OF f HANKS A sincere thank you to all those who remembered me with cards, letters, gifts and vialti while 1 was hospitalized. 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