The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1957 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 18, 1957
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Mftl AtBffH MMVttSON % Edftot /cttton April 18, 19S7 Publlihed If tft« Publlthlnfl C«. ( Alfldftd, Iowa Confirmations At 3 Fenton Area Churches Fenian — The Rev. A. C. Kruger confirmed a class of eight at the morning worship service on Palm Sunday at St. Luke Lutheran church. Members of the class were Gary Wiener, son of Mr and Mrs Orville Wiener, Donald Beck, son of Mr and Mrs Carl Beck; Charles Bierstedt, son of Mr and Mrs Hilbert Biersledt; Donald Knudson, son of Mr and Mrs Jordan Knudson; Marlys Frink, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ervin Frink; Wanda Schlickel- man, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Schlickelman; Janice Hannover, daughter of Mr ana Mrs Rudolph Hannover; and Judith Berkland, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berklahd. Herbert K. Krause, son of Mr and Mrs Herbert Krause was the only one confirmed at St. John Lutheran church in Fenton. Rev. W. H. Friedrich officiated at the service. At the Methodist church, with the Rev. Harvey Walker officiating, the following were'confirmed on Palm Sun.: Sharon Anderson, daughter of Mrs Thelma Anderson; John and Mary Cannon, son and daughter of Mr and Mrs Dean Cannon; Barbara England, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lyle England; John Hartman, son of Mr and Mrs Everett Hartman j Joan Lufkin, daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Lufkin; Brian Mortensen, son of Mr, and Mrs Fred Mortensen; Donald Nichols, son of Mr and, Mrs. Ralph Nichols of Whitternore; .Richard Petefs,en, son of Mr and Mrs Roy Peterson; Kern Yager, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager; Janean and Jerome Zwiefel, daughter and son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Zwlefel. " . Three adults were also con- firmed and received as members of the church, Mrs Donald Boevers, and Mr and Mrs Forrest McClure. Received as members of the church by letters of transfer were Doliald Boevers, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Laabs, Bernard and Jam*s, Mr and Mrs Ralph Nichols and Mr and Mrs Roy Petersen. Woman's Club At Fenton Elects Fenton — The Fenton Woman's Club met Tuesday, April 9 in the home of Mrs Arlo Ranney with Mrs Clarence Osborn as co-hostess. Mrs C. R. Ditsworth and Mrs Sarah Weisbrod had charge ot the program. The members were invited to visit the Ed Bruhn home, where Mrs Ed Bruhn showed and explained many of her interesting hobbies. During the business meeting a project for improving the Fenton school play ground was discussed. The chairman, Mrs Ray Stoeber, appointed a committee of three to make some contacts and investigate the possibilities The annual election of officers was held with the following elected to office: President, Mrs Raymond Stoeber; vice president, Mrs Ed Bruhn; secretary, Mrs Wilfred Stoeber; treasurer, Mrs Ernest Votteler and historian, Mrs Arlo Ranney. -. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Mr and Mrs Fred Fetseler and Lpwel Fesseler were Sunday guests in the Russell Westfall home at Estherville. Also guests in, the ^Westfall home were Mr juidrMrs Verle Pierce and family Of .Vfhtte, South Dakota. , Mr and MM J. A. Schwartz visited with the J, W. Schwartz and Bob Schwartz families at Ames this 'past weekend. Edith Laage of Des Moinos also visited in their homes. Janice Stoeber Fenfon Choice To Girls State tF iTS MEWS WE WAWT IT RAISERS Win 1—21 Day Expense Paid Vacation in Europe 2-Mpls. Moiine 445 Tractor 3-Mpls. Moiine 2-Row Husker 4—Mpls. Moiine 4 Row Com Planar '" ^ „ 5-6—1500 Bu. Behfen Corn Cribs ' and 244 6 piece Ekco Steak Knife Sets Get Your Contest Rules From HANS BAAGO - Fenton REPRESENTING CARGILL HYBRID CORN •-'••••• (13-14*) BUILDINC CONIXACTOR Building 7 Repairing Remoc FARM WORK A SPECIALTY "No Job too Big, No Job Too Small With 28 Years of Building Experience" Hantelman Building Service ...fof all your BANKING needs We're ready . w/wwwity.wjtb bank jenricet. y we I ,•> »/ all ggiei to he}p every mepber of thif for ell J8f< " _ saving* plant and f-pu too* soon? Savings Are Important Per; Your Future I important to local pro* TW* feeip* ui make loans to mppRfible borrower* fei4pnfr,foun4ly l^ thi» com- roynitf for your future I It'i Good Busmen To Pqy Bill* By Bank Check Ycui canc«U*d check fpf vaf for buiuiiff or bUU - ii your fteepU. Open « checking awe! Flrat Trust $ Savings Bahk - Fflnton I S •' I $ ' • Y O U R BANK Joan Gushing Fenton—The American Legion Auxiliary of Fenton has chosen Janice Stoeber, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber, as this year's delegate t,p Hawkeye Girls State -to be held, at'Idwa' StiStSs Teachers College June 16-22. Selected as alternate is Joan Gushing, daughter of Mr and Mfs Arnold Hantelman of Fenton. Both girls are members of the Junior Class in the Fenton High school. 4-H Club Meets The Fenton Progressors 4-H Club held their April meeting with Darrel and Gary Berkland. Bpth leaders and fourteen members were present for the meeting, at which discussion centered around two important subjects, the 4-H camp and the 4-H Short course projects. Following the meeting, a delicious lunch was served by Mrs Lloyd Berkland. Mr and Mrs Leo Woods of Hampton were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Kenneth Halverson and Maynard Nemitz homes.' Mr and Mrs Erving Davidson and family of Charles City came Thursday to spend several days in the parental Morris Mitchell home. Mr and Mrs 'Dale Mitchell and Mark of Minneapolis spent the weekend in the Mitchell home and Mrs Eddie Silrum and children of Minneapolis are spending this week in the parental Mitchell home, Mr and Mrs William Hanlel- man and family attended worship and confirmation services at Morristown, Minn. Sunday. A nephew of Mrs Hantelman was a member of the confirmation class. They were dinner guests in the Waldmer Schmidtke home in honor of the occasion. Thursday evening guests in the Merle Voigt home in honor of Tresa's seventh birthday were Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys, W.iljiam Voigt , 'and Peggy, Mr and Mrs Cliffprd Douglas and family and Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman, Eunice and Paul. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske attended the wedding of ftpberfa grepcher to their son Ward Ruske on Saturday afternoon at 3t. Paul Methodist church in Cedar Rapids. , Quick Thinking, Action Save Lldyd Kern Barn Fsnlon—Ray Zwiefel and IfV-' eral youngsters riding wttfi H&n were responsible for saving" the large barn and possibly ether buildings on the Libya Kern farm, 1 south and 1% Welt of Fenton, from loss by lift Tuesday evening of last week? As Zwiefel and his passengers rode by the farm they noted that one corner of the barn Was ante. In a short time the Fehton fire department arrived and the flames were brought under control, but without the quick thinking of the travelers on the highway who spotted the beginning of the fife there is no telling how serious or disastrous it might have been. One of the boys, Kern Yager, went into the house arid* Called the fire department while,Zwie-' fcl and the other boys, John:Cannon, Brian .Mortensen and j Dick Petersen 'threw Water oti the blaze. " *-j! By the time of their arrival the fire was brought under control by Ray Zwiefel and several boys who noticed the fire as they drove by the farm. No extensive damage was •done. The fire is thought to have started from electrical wiring. Mr Zwiefel and the boys are credited with saving the barn. Fenton Elevator Annual Meeting Held April 17 Annual reports and election of directors, plus ..interesting talks and entertainment, featured the meeting of stockholders of the Fenton Co-Operative Elevator Wednesday evening, April 17. ;., The annual report showed gross sales for the last fiscal year, March 1 to March 1, at $767,145.38, with net savings for stockholders of, $15,409.93, The gross savings arid income of the elevator for the year was $100,729.08 the annual report showed. General expenses, including salaries and wages and similar items including depreciation were $60,302.35. Purchases during the year totaled $721,76T.19. •jfull-; report on the election ' TOWS" not be 6btairieJ prior fo going to press for this week. ,' Bertha Circle Of WSCS Meets Fenton — The Bertha circle of the Methodist church met Apr£ 11 in the home of Mrs Olga Huskamp, who with her daughter, Mrs Clarence Arbogast, was to have been hostess, but was called away 'by ..her brother^ death. "Mrs Eugene Huskamp with her mother, Mrs Carrie Voigt, served as hostess for her mother-in-law and Mrs Arbogast. Discussion by the twelve mem-. bers followed the lesion presentr ed by Mrs Dale Voigt. Devotions led. by Mrs Eugene Huskamp preceded the lesson. The treasurer,' >Mrs Wendell Rusch, reported ft total of $19 for library >,fund artq $ 26 for supply work had been given by Bering THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa • V'».»Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 44 Hour Ambulance Service. Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phon* FgNTOJI 3J RINQSTED 21001 21006 20216 & PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING "We Sell, Install or Service" FURNACES, eiECTRlCAl end eiECT PHONE 120 or 111 WEll SYSTEMS, SUPPLIES - BOTH! OA5 SiBVICE FENTON Circle. Mrs Charles Lovejoy, secretary of missioriary education, encouraged reading for WSCS credit and reminded members that points must be totaled for the May meeting. Circle members volunteered donations of cash and food for the luncheon to be served to pastors and their wives meeting at the Fenton church oh April 30. Mrs Earl Lufkin, circle chairman, announced that members of the Fenton society are invited to attend a guest day at the Armstrong church on April 30 when Mrs Max Goldman, wife of the Methodist pastor of Titonka, will be the featured speaker. Ht and MM Ed Zwetfel of Tl- tottka and Mr and Mrs Marold Schlei and Steven were Sunday and dinner guests in the Ed Schlei home. , Mr and Mrs Donryl Householder spent Sunday in Minneapolis where they attended the Ice Follies. , Saturday evening dinner guetit in the -Albert Mitchell home were' Mr and Mrs Dale Mitchell and Mark of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Erying Dayidson and" family of Charles City, Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood and girls. Mr and Mrs Elwin Schlei and daljghters attended the confirmation services Sunday morning^ ,at the , Lutheran church in Algona.. Jim l Gatton, a nephew of the Scnleis, was a member of the confirmation class. They were .dinner and supper guests in the Ervin Gatton home in honor of the occasi'on. Sunday dinner guests in the Clarence 1 Yager home in honor oi Kern's confirmation were Mr and, Mrs Webber Yager, Mrs Amanda Kern, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family, Mr and Mrs Derwpod Kern, Phyllis and Audr£"of Esthervilie. . Sunday dinner guests in the Raymond Zwiefel home in honor of ^anean's & Jerome's confirmation wei;e Mr and Mrs B. B. Frye of Curlew, Mrs Lillian Johnson and . daughter- of Emmetsburg, Mrs Martha 'Frye, Mr and Mrs Erwin Frye, Vjrgil and David, Mr and 'Mrs Lay erne Hammer- Strom, Eileen and. D^an.-all ,6f Laurens,, Judy, and Paul Saxtori of Cylinder, Jane Beekman of Des Moines. Afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs W. L. Beekman, Bill and Doyle, Nancy Meline of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs Gilbert Saxton. Rev, and Mrs Harvey. Walker and girls,. Mr and Mrs C, L, Underwood, Mr and Mrs Art Voigt-and Joanne Mitchell; were 6.o^clock Sunday evening dinner guests in the Earl LufHm home in honpr of Joanne Lufkin's con- firjriation. ,. • • .Sunday dinner guests in the Jordan Knudson ; home in honor of Donald's confirmation were Mr ^nd Mrs Pale Douglas and .family of • Feritoh, Mr and Mrs Clarence Knudson and family of Storm Lake,'. R. C. Lemke of Ringsted. Afternoon and evening guests ; were Fred Varcoe oi Emmetsburg and Mr and Mrs Albert Speck of Grae^tinger. , I: Mrs 'Paul Hudson visaed with Mrs Mary C. Hanseri Saturday afternoon, Mrs Hansen is recovering from a serious illness. She'has been ill since .March 28. Mr and Mrs Paul Saxton also spent Saturday evening'with Mrs Sexton's mother, Mrs Mary C Hansen. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Saxton d family of Cylinder attended the Methodist Church Sunday and were dinner guests of Gilbert's grandmother, Mrs C. Han$en. A1J the ladies brought a prepared dinner^ land served it as Mrs fiahsen is.n't well enough to ierve a group of people. 1 Mr» KfnneJtjK Johnson, Mrs Calvin Vaiidt and Mrs E V K. John' ion were, co-hpstesses at two ve- cent .Bridge • parties. The first was .r he}d W f edn$aday at the Vau4t home with five tables in play, High score. prize went to Mr ; s Webber Yagej, second 'high "to Mrs' Arlo Ranney and draw prize to Mrs Glaytoji Ditsworth, the second party was held Friday at the Kenneth Johnson home with four tables at play. Mfs Emma Reimers won high score prize, Mrs Art Krause, second high and Mrs Jessie Newel draw prize. Two course luncheons were served. Mr and Mfs Kenneth Halt*** son, Merle and Barbara were Sunday evening visitors in the Eltrter Lee home at Estherville, Mr and Mts Ray Zweiiel entertained the members of Methodist confirmation class and Rev 1 , and Mrs Harvey Walker and girls at dinner last Wednesday evening. Mr and Mr* Martin Manielman attended church services at St. Paul Lutheran in Whittemore on Palm Sunday. Cleo Meiers, a niece of Mrs Hantelman was a member of the confirmation class. They were evening dinner guests in the Arnold Gade home in her honor. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn visiled Sunday with the Rev. and Mrs John Baermann at Palmer. Iowa. Monday afternoon they visited with Mrs Eugenia Langerman at Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Waller Peril and Mr and Mrs Ervin Bruhn attended the Ice Follies in Minneapolis this weekend. Sunday dinner guests of. ..Mrs Thelma Anderson in honor of Sharon's confirmation were Mrs Richard Valk and children of Algona and Mrs Lila Waltman of Ceylon and'family. Friday evening guesti in the Lloyd Kern home in honor of Charles' birthday' were Mr and Mrs Art Miller, Mr and Mrs Frank Miller and family and Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and boys. Mr and Mrs Ervin Bruhn were Thursday evening visitors in the Walter Peril home. Coming Events Thursday, April 18 — Blakjer W.M.F.; Independence Mixers; Helen Circle of the WSCS. Friday, April 19 — Ellen circle of the WSCS. Friday, April 26 — Fenton Township Homemakers. BIRTHDAY At Cascade, John Takes, Sr., who is one of Iowa's oldest residents, recently observed his 102nd .birthday. He's still sprightly and in good health. HAIL INSURANCE NO MONEY DOWN! J. Wallace Smith Insurance — Fenion 12tf DE KALB SEED CORN AVAILABLE Phone 141* HOMER MATHIESEN FENTON Whittemore FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY J. Wallace Smith Real E*tate Broker General Insurance THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WIJSBR0D Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEAkER But. Phone 9 Ret. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE Or. E, W* PENTI5T Offiw Phant 71 HANTELMAN'S OARAOI Auto * Trafitflir lt»«iii FENTON, IA. Last week Sunday Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs had as dinner guests in honor of their son Earl who was confirmed Palm Sunday, Mr and Mrs Terry Beh- Imef and daughter Debbie of Clation, Mr and Mrs Eugene Maahs and family of Decorah, Mr and Mrs William Meyer Jr. and family and Mr and Mrs Maynara Roeber and family of Whitte- more. Mr and Mrs William Gade dinner guests in honor of their daughter Willetta's confirmation Palm Sunday Were Mr and Mrs Thomas Dxinphy of here, Mr and Mrs William Oado and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Carl Nauss, and Mr and Mrs Russell Gordon of Emmetsburg and Mfs Laura Gordon of Depew and Gerald Pederson, Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Lorenz Gade were afternoon callers. FLOWERS for EASTER Corsages, Lilies, Etc. YOU NAME IT - WEIL GET IT! ORDERS MUST BE IN BY THURSDAY EVENING Priebe's Stores LONE ROCK FENTON BIG DECORATING NEWS! Now You Can Custom Style Your Color Scheme with "" TINTING PAINTS different colors to choose from for INTERIOR. 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