The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1957 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 25, 1957
Page 14
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MAS. AfiDETH HALVERSON Ntwt Editor £*v& iw April 25, 1957 f»ubll*h«d By th« ttpp«f DM Mdlnw Publishing Co., Algona, low* 6-Algcna (la.) Upper Des Moinet Thursday, April 25, 1957 Borchardt New President of Fenfon Co-Op _ Fenton — Af Iho annual election of the Fen ton Cooperative Elevator, held April 17.' one now director was named. William JentTi replaces B. G. Berkeland on the board. Reelerted ns directors \verc Hans Bango and Lloyd Finnestad. Carryover directors are Paul Voigt, Clarence Osborn. Amer Cody, Norman Larsen and Ottn Borchardt. who was named as president. Delbert Gcilzenauer was named as acting elevator manager. New Fenton Home Penion — The new home being constructed by Rev. Preul is coming alone nicely at the south edge of Fenton. Rev. Preul plans to retire this summer from the Methodist ministry. He formerly served as pastor at the Fenton Methodist church and selected Fenton as his retirement home. Methodists To Meet, Fenton Church, April 30 Former Morningside College president Earl A. Roadman and Mrs Roadman will be principal speakers at a meeting of ministers and wives of Hie Algona District of The Methodist Church Apt il 30 at Fenton. The session will begin at 10 a.m. and will include a visual ain workshop and consideration of several items of district business. The Rev. Dr. Roadman, now fas- tor at Rcinbcck. retired a year ago after 20 years as president of Morningside College. Mrs Roadman, who will address the ministers' wives meeting, was recently named Iowa Mother of tho Year. District Superintendent Louis H. Preul of Algona will preside at the meeting in the Fen-ton Methodist Church. Counties to be represented include all or parts of Cerro Cordo. Emmet, Franklin, Hancock, Humboldt, Kossuth, Palo Alto, Pocahontas, Winnebago, Worth a>-d Wright. wood school. Mr Ruske, a graduate of the University of Iowa, is employed in the sales department of the Square D company. The couple will make their home at 1300 Oakland Cedar Rapids. Road, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halver son, Merle and Barbara were Sunday dinner guests in the Earl Jensen home at Ringsted. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa iq3 .. Experienced Embalmcrs and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTEO 21001 21006 20216 Ward Ruske of Fenfon Weds, Cedar Rapids Fenton — The chapel of St. Paul's Methodist church at Cedar Rapids was the setting on Saturday, April 13, at 3 p.m., for the marriage of Miss Roberta Cretcher of Cantril to Ward William Ruske of Fenton. The double ring service was read by Dr. Jackson Burns, before an altar decorated with a fan-shaped arrangement of Easter lilies nd white carnations. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs George J. Cretcher of Cantril, and the bridegroom is a son of Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske of Fenfon. Mrs Robert Dunn of Cleveland, Ohio, attended her sister as matron of honor. Kaye Ruske of Iowa City was his brother's best man. Another brother, Lynn Ruske of Iowa Gity. ushered. Following the chtrrch service a reception was held in the church parlors. Mrs Ruske graduated from 'owa State Teachers college and 's teaching first grade at Ken- and Garden II Top Honor Roll Winners, Fenfon High Fenion — Honor Roll students for tho past quarter were an nounccd this week at Fenion as follows: Highest Honors — "A" in 6it- izenship and (4 A's) or (3 A's- 1 B)— Janet Behne, Joan Gushing. Marlys Jentz, Jane Ruger. Evalon Schlei, JoAnn Sunde, Joyce Voigt, Judy Juhl, Beth Newel. Vergene Norland and Pam Weisbrod. Honors — "A" in Citizenship and (3 B's-1 A) or (2 A's-2 B's) or (3 A's-1 C)— Ardyth Drone, Glennis Finnestad, Norma Larson, Joan Wegener, Marlene Freyhollz, Judy Jentz. Honorable Mention — "A" in Citizenship and (4 B's) or (2 B's- 1 A-l C) or (2 A's-1 B-l C) or 3 B's-1 C) — Janice Stoeber, Susan Hantelman, Lynn Menz, Judy Wiener, Donna DeSart, Brenda Finnestad, Roger Frink. Rebecca Householder, Earl Jentz. Charles Kern, Don Mienke and Jerry Waile. Open Wednesday Nights Fenton stores will be open Wednesday evenings, starting May 1, it was announced by the Fenton Community Club this week. services and Mrs George Jorgensen will present the lesson. Mr and Mrs John Grarnent were called to Clinton, Minn, last Wednesday by the sudden Heath of Mrs Gramenz's mother, Mrs August Kerstein. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at Clinton. Mr and Mrs Vincent Will and daughters of Molint, 111. were Thursday and Friday guests in the Kenneth Halverson home. The Will family have just recently returned to the United States after serving five years as missionaries in Pakistan. Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt and family, Mr arid Mrs Dale Weis^ brod and family, Mr and Mrs Richard Hengel of Amboy, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Lyle Paulson of Lake Crystal, Minn, were Easter Sunday dinner guests in the Derwood Voigt home at Swea City , Independence Mixers The Independence Mixers STOEBER HARDWARE FEHTON, IOWA Women held their April meeting in the home of .Mrs Richard Underwood with Mrs Clarence Underwood as co-hostess. Twelve members and one visitor Betty Cody, attended. Jerry Pholen showed a film on safety entitled 'A Closed Book.' It was voted that the officers hold over for another year an'd that Mrs Robert Krause be the Scholarship and Freedom chairman. . A report on Agricultural commodities was given by Mrs Clarence Underwood. After refreshments, our hostesses served each of us 3 oz. of milk and 1/3 bz. of protein, meats and cheeses, explaining that if everyone in the world would use that much every day it would take care of the surpluses. There will be a plant and bulb exchange at our May meeting, in the home of Mrs Adolph Hanson. Those in attendance were Mesdames Ernest Votteler, Rueben Berkland, Dale Voigt, Freda Siems, William Wiener, Bertel Berkeland, Clarence Wegener, Robert Krause, Earl L'ufkin, Eugene Huskamp, Richard Underwood and Clarence Underwood. Infant's Baptism Roger Dean, infant son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Sunde, was baptized Sunday April 21, in St. John's Lutheran church, with the Rev. W. H. Friedrich officiating. Sponsors were Joanne and Nancy Sunde, and Larry Theesfield, the latter of Truman, Minn. Dinner guests in the Sunde home in honor of the occasion were Mr and Mrs Charles Theesfield, Mr and Mrs Clarence Theesfield of Fairmont, Larry Theesfield and LaRon of Truman, and Lynn, Susan and Randy Theesfield of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Ray Sunde and family of Estherville were afternoon visitors and Mr and Mrs Dick Krumm of Armstrong were evening callers. Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger were Sunday dinner guests in the Duane Dreyer home at Humboldt. Afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohjwes and John Kohlwes. Ray Cornelius, who is attending school at the University of Iowa visited in the parental Paul Cornelius home from Saturday until Monday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cornelius, Leon* ard and Larry of Graettingej were Saturday evening guests in the Paul Cornelius home. Miss Anna Marie Mitchell, who is attending Augustana College at Sioux Falls, spent her Easter vacation in the parental Albert Mitchell home. Mr and Mrs Henry Schulie at* tended Sunday worship and confirmation services at Gaylord, Minn, last Sunday. A nephew of Mrs Schulte's was a member of the confirmation class. They were dinner guests in the Carl Formhals home in honor of Gary's confirmation. While at Gaylord, they also visited in the William Schulte home and with Miss Augusta 'Paul at the Good Samaritan Home. The fenton Township Homemakers Club will meet this Fri* day, April 26th in the home of Mrs Owen Berhow with Mrs Owen Berhow with Mrs Ron- Ronald .Christiansen co-hostess. The W.P.C.S. will met* Thaw- day afternoon, May 2nd, with hostesses .Mesdames Wilfred Stoeber, Paul Cornelius and libel} Miller. Mrs Clarence Osborn will be in charge of the worship Confirmations Palm Sunday In Fenton Area Rev. A. C. Kruger confirmed a class of eight at the morning worship service Palm Sunday at St. Luke Lutheran church. Members of the class were Gary Wiener, son of Mr and Mrs Orville Wiener; Donald, son of the Carl Becks; Charles, son of Mr and Mrs Hilbert Bierstedt; Donald, son of Mr and Mrs Jordan Knudson; Marlys, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ervin Ffink; Wanda, daughter of,the Herbert Schlickelmans; Janice, daughter of the Rudolph Hannovers; Judith, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland. Herbert K. Krause, son of the Herbert Krauses was the only one Confirmed at St. John Lutheran church at Fenton. Rev. W. H. Friedrich officiated. At the Methodist church, with the Rev. Harvey Walker officiating, the following were confirmed Palm Sunday: Sharon, daughter of Mrs Thelma Anderson; 'John and Mary, son and daughter of Mr and Mrs Dean Cannon; Barbara, daughter -of the Lyle Englands; John, son of Mr and Mrs Everett Hartman; Joan, daughter of the Earl Lufkins; Brian, son • of the Fred Morten- sens; Donald, son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Nichols of Whittemore; Richard, son of the Roy Peter- sens; Kern, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager; Janean and Jerome, daughter and son of the Raymond Zwiefels. ,Three adults were ., ; also confirmed 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 Donald Boevers, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Laabs, Bernard and James, Mr and Mrs-Ralph Nichols, and the Roy Petersens. Coming Events Bancroft Lady Fractures Arm In Home Mishap Bancroft — Mrs Ivy H u 11 o n fell while irvthe basement at her home Wednesday morning fracturing her left arm. She was taken by Garry ambulance to Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Up until Monday she was still at the hospital. Mr and Mrs Palmer Jensen are parents, of a son born Thursday at St. Ann hospital. Algona. They now have a family of two girls and two boys. Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman and family. Kenneth McGuire, Dennis Schumacher, St. I Louis, were Sunday dinner guests I at the McGuire Engesser home. Rev. Francis Nemmers, St. Bernard's Seminary, D u b u q u e, spent the weekend at the L. J. Nemmers home. Students home from College for the holidays are Tom Clarkt Vernon Lensing, Ames; Mr and Mrs Phil Garry, Diane Welp, Iowa City, Patty Hatten, Betty Hildorfer, Betty Cogley, nurses students, Sioux City: William and James Egan, Creighton University, Omaha, Neb. Mrs W. A. Murray spent Easter with the Pat Collins family. Spirit Lake. Mrs Collins is her daughter. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Ben Dorr. Pat Mulligan, who has been here on furlough from California the past week returned to his duty Monday. Pat is the son of Mr and Mrs Frank Mulligan. His sister, Mrs Wm. Fuchs took him to Mason City, Monday. CARD OF THANKS Sincere thanks for the cards of sympathy received in our bereavement. -Mr and Mrs John Gramcnz, Fenton 17* John Thursday, April 25 — St. Lutheran WMF at Depew. Friday, April 26 — Fenton Township Homemakers Club. Wednesday, May 1 — St.'John Ladies Aid Society in Fenton. Thursday, May 2 — Woman's Society of Christian Service; Fairville Ladies Aid Society. CARD OF THANKS 1 Our sincere • thanks to Ray Zwiefel and the young people who saved our barn by their alert action recently, and to the Fenton Fire Dept. for its prompt assistance. Lloyd Kern. 17* HAIL INSURANCE NO MONEY DOWNJ J. Wallace Smith Insurance — Fenton 12tl Colors To Choose From! 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Call For Them At Elevator $31,200 IN DIVIDENDS LAST 6 MONTHS, 1952 H\ IT PAYS TO DO BUSINESS WITH YOURSELF" Seed Corn Now Ready For Delivery (F YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY ORDERED YOUR CORN, PLEASE DO SO - READY FOR DELIVERY FENTON Co-OP Elevator NUMBER 25 TODAY'S BEST BUY in self feeders! SAVE 10% - ANNUAL SALE PRIDE - OF - THE - FARM i Feeding & Watering Equipment Reg. Price Sale 5 Bu. Rotary Feeder 28.75 25.88 10 Bu. Rotary Feeder 42.75 38.48 25 Bu. 8-Door Feeder 63.95 57.56 40 Bu. 12-Door Feeder 84.20 75-78 80 B-2 80-Gal. Waterer (No Heat) 48.75 43.88 A-5 Pressure Waterer (N6 Heat) 24.85 22.37 S-54 Barrel Waterer 8.90 8-00 E-2L Comb. Cattle & Hog (Electric) ___ 107.65 96.90 SALE ENDS APRIL 30, 1957 Weisbrod Implement Fenton, Iowa bruih I -• »oot! Cook the medtrn, automatic, •lectrit flfttric Forget stubborn^ statesmen cooking utensils! Don't waste time scouring! Let Eeddy do your cooking. Enjoy a bright, sparkling stay*clean kitchen, all the time! 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