The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1957 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 16, 1957
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Ifenixw May 16, 1937 Publl*h*d By Tfit trftltf 0*» MetfMI Publfchlnj Co., AI0*A«f tftw* Fenton Man's Bride Shower Guest May 10 FeiiJon — Miss Lucia Prohaskfe wftfi honored at a miscellaneous shower, May 10, at St. John'? Lutheran church basement. Mis* Pfbhaska Will become the bfid«? of Harlan Mueller June 2nd at EaHham, la. the r>rogram ih charge of Mrs Lawrence Mueller consisted of a piano solo by teanette Vigdal, a vocal splo by Yvonne Borchardt. a reading by Jeanett Vigdal, e reading by Mrs Frank Seely; a vocal duet by Mrs Haflah Elmers and Mrs Ferdie Mueller. The bride-to-be was assisted With her gifts by Mrs Lawrence Mueller end Mrs Marlin Weg- ertcr. Kathleen Bellinger had charge of the guest book. Hostesses were the Mesdames LOtenz Vigdal, Raymond Vigdal, Melvin Walker, Harold Wolter, Fetdinand Mueller, Sr., Ferdinand Mueller Jr., Ervin Borchardt, Virgil Borchardt, Ray Uthcf, Glenn Flint, Amer Cody, Clarence Wegener, W. H. Friedrich. Ferdinand Bierstedt, Joe Kemna, Melvin Pompe, Lawrence Mueller and Marlin Wegener. Bertha Circle The Bertha Circle of the WSCS met Thursday with Mrs Clarence Underwood and co-hostess, Mrs Charles Lovejoy. Mrs Earl Lufkin was in charge of the devotions and Mrs Eugene Huskamp presented the lesson, the Calf • 167V* Lbs. At Birth You read abaul the ne%botn calf thai weighed 167 V 2 Ibs. last week in this paper. Pictured above it ih* calf in a photo taken just 12 hours after birth. The picture also shows Ernest Mueller, whose Holslein cow produced the calf, the largest ih siie and weight known to Dr. John Wait* of Fenton, the veterinarian Who assisted in the proceedings. The heifer calf, now IS dayt old. weighs 220 Ibs, (UDM engraving) topic being 'Millions on the Move' from the book, Missions. USA by James W. A. Hoffman. Mrs Earl Lufkin, circle chairman presided at the business meeting. She announced that the first meeting of the new year would be at her home the 13th of June. The officers who served this past year agreed to serve for a second year. Depew Fellowship The Depew Fellowship circle met in the home of Mrs Amer Cody with Mrs B. G. Bcrkland assisting hostess. The lesson was 2 WAYS TO SAVE ... QUICK ! —Weevils Eating New Seeding? For Control of Insects Attacking Field Crops, Dilute and Spray DIELDRIN WE-15 A Low Cost and Effective Control — L ' vestock Bloat Trouble? Use Morton's Salt Treated With Procaine Penicillin — The ANTI-BLOAT SALT Minimizes Bloat In Cattle Grazing on Legume Pastures, Feed Free Choice These and Many Other Necessary Items For Better, More Productive Farming, On Sale at Fenton Co-op Elevator Where You Do Business With Yourself MAY IS IOWA BEEF MONTH The average retail price of beef during the pa«t year wet 66 cents per pound, the lowest level since 1947. Beef output in 1956 amounted to 14 billion 400 million pounds, a new record. The nation's cattle producers are meeting the challenge of keeping the nation's expanding population provided with ample amounts of nutritious beef. And mere beef it produced per square mile in Iowa than in any other state- 8PQNSOREP BY Kossuth County Beef Producers presented by Mrs Albert Mitchell. Also on the program was a reading by Mrs Morris Mitchell, a duet by Mrs B. G. Berkeland and Mrs John Finneslad. Mrs Lloyd Finnestad and Mrs Ed Mitchell were guests. Legion Auxiliary Met The Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs Martin Ohm. Plans were made for the annual Poppy Day Sale to be held Saturday May 25th. The Auxiliary has made plans for their annual plant and flower sale to -be held for one day only Saturday, May 25th ,at the Fenton Community Center. The usual variety of plants and flowers will be available. Lunch will be \served from 11 a.m. through the supper hour. Five dollars was sent to the Iowa Soldiers Home at Marshalltown. Mrs S. E. Straley presented a program in honor of 'Mothers Day.' The June meeting will be with Mrs Elmer Greinert. Mrs Gilbert Scribner Sr. and Thomas attended funeral services on May 3rd for Hurt Colman held at Terril, Iowa. Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley attended the ^6th District Rural Letters meeting at Trelbars, in Fort Dodge Saturday, May 11. Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius were Wednesday evening supper guests in the Lloyd Cornelius home at Graettinger. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Scribner Sr. spent Friday and Saturday in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Hoeif Miller and Ruth were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs at Titonka. The occasion honored the baptism of the Ricklefs' infant daughter. The Millers also visited with Mrs Heiko Adams at Buffalo Center and in the evening visited with Mr and Mrs Paul Winter and Julie at Lakota. Mother Day guests of Mrs Amanda Kern were Mr and Mrs Dean Nellis of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Derwood Kern and Phyllis of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family and Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and boys. Mother Pay dinner guests in the W. R. Wolfe home were Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman and Terry of Burt, Mr and Mrs Art Tietz of Lakota and Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman of Fenton, The Fenton Progressors 4-H Club met in the Jack Munch home for their May meeting.' Plans were made to have the Club Tour June 7th. On that evening it was decided to have a pot-luck supper at the park at 6:30 with all the 4-H parents invited. Roger Dreyer and Bill Jentz were elected to go to 4-H camp and Jack Munch was elected to go to the .4-H Short Course. The Gledys Circle of ihe WSCS met Thursday with Mrs Ralph Weisbrod with Mrs S6rah Weisbrod assisting hostess. Mrs John Munch -was in charge of the devotional period and Mrs Goo Jorgenson Sr. presented the lesson. Mrs Blanche H'uskamp was a circle guest. Mr end Mrs L. Ostrum of Duluth visited in the George M Jorgenson home several days las! week. On Wednesday evening they were guests In the Donald Jorgensqn home in Algona. Mr Ostrum is a brother of Mis Jorgenson Sr. sp 2 and Mrs Thomas H. Scribner are visiting in the parental Gilbert Scribner Home at Fenton, Scribner has been on a tour of duty fov the past three years at Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico. Following his visit here, he will be stationed at a Guided Missile Station in Chicago. Mr and Mrs H. W. Schulte were entertained at the George Sylvester home at Gaylord, Minn., in honor of Mrs Schulte's mother, Mrs WilUam Schulte. Otto Benson pf Minneapolis visited in the Oscar Sorenson home from Friday evening until Monday. Mr Benson is a brother of li?rs Sorenson. Mr and Mrs Carl Clausen and Marlene of Ormsby, Minn, were Mother Day dinner guests with Mr and Mrs Charles Theesficid Sunday. Afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Sunde and family of Ringsled, Mr and Mrs Clarence Theesfield of Fairmont and in the evening Mr and Mis Lester Theesfield and family of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Marry ttiftte and Mr and Mrs Walter Widdel spetit Friday and Saturday at the Pella Tulip Festival. Mrs Waller Widdel was pleasantly surprised in honor of her birthday last Wednesday after- rioon by a group of her frierrds. Mrs Duane Widdel was hostess to the surprise party. Sunday visitors in the S. E. Straley home were Mr and Mfs Donald Void and family of Lake Mills. » Sunday evening guests in the Clifford Dcfuglas home ih honor of Renee's birthday were Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt'and girls, Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller arid, boys and William Voigt, Lois' and Peggy. Mr and Mrs Kern Elrick and family of Jefferson were Mother Day guests in the L. J. Weisbrod home. Mr and Mrs Merwin Widdel anfl family of Ringstcd and Mr and Mrs Duatie Widdel and family were Mother's Day callers in the parental Walt Widdel hovne. Mr and Mh Gerhart Hdniel- man, Eunice and Paul, Burnette Heine, William Voigt, Lois and Peggy were Mother's Day guests in the Merle Voigt home. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cornelius and family of Graettinger were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Paul Cornelius home. Mr and Mrs Alford McNammar of Ringsted were evening callers. Mr and Mrs E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs Romaine Weisbrod and son Billy were Mother's Day dinner guests in the John Munch home. Mrs Dan Peterson and Mrs Kenneth Gilbaugh, Craig and Stanley of Graettinger were Monday dinner and afternoon guests in the Gerhart Hantelman home. Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell spent this weekend with the Erving Davidson and Arnold Haller families at Charles City. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Scribner Jr. were Mother's Day dinner guests in the parental Oscar Sorenson home. Paul Cornelius is a patient at the Fairmont Community Hospital where he underwent a Hernia operation Minday morning. Graduation Far Sentral, May 21 Pastor To Speak Memorial Day F«nton — Rev. L. L. Robbinson of Bancroft will be the Memorial Day speaker at Fenton. Thursday, May 30. The parade will form at 10 a.m. at the Community Center and proceed to the park, weather permitting, John Bailey, Legion Post Commander said. Named To Go To Boys State Fenion — Pictured above is Dr Howard L. Blanchard of Des Moines. who will deliver the Commencement address to senior? of the Sentral Community School district on Tuesday evening, May 21. His topic will be "Think and Succeed." This is the first time that seniors from all three Sentra-l schools .including Seneca, Lone Rock and Fenton, will graduate together. Baccalaureate will be held Sunday evening, May 19,.in the Lone Rock gym, with Rev. C. E. Nordine to deliver the address. 130 At Mothers' Banquet, S-Clty Swes City — About 130 attended the WSCS mother-daughter banquet at the Methodist church, Monday evening. Mrs Roberl Jones, toastmistress, introduced the program numbers: vocal solo by Shirley Grant, toast to daughters by Mrs Lynn Pulver, toast to mothers by Judy Pulver, and readings by Mrs Arnold Anderson. A special fe'ature was presented by two little girls, Colleen Elliott, 7, and Lori Lyle, r 2. Corsages were presented to the youngest mother, Mrs Gordon Jones and to the oldest mother, Mrs Mary Weiland, who is the grandmother of Harold Krantx. Eighty-three years young, Mrs Weiland, whose home is in bavenporl, Washington, has been making an extended visit with various relatives and friends in the Middle West and the East. First Train Ride Swea City — Many first and second graders had their first train ride when classes of Mrs Albert Swanson and Mrs Arnold Anderson rode from Fairmont to • 'i i ' ' " — • —«- .. i. i ii i II...J. —•" ^ r~ I afcHBiito n Shei burn Tuesday. They enjoy- ed a picnic lunch It FtllfftOfit. Reod The Wont Ads - It Poyt I FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY J. Wallace Smith Red Estate Broker General Insurance THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DIALER Bus. Phone 3 Ret. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruike DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto A Tractor Repair* FENTON, IA. Coming Events Thursday, May 16 — Helen Circle of the WSCS; Independence Mixers; Blakjer W.M.F. Friday, May 17 — Ellen Circle of the WSCS. i Sunday, May 19 — Baccalaureate Service. Tuesday, May 21 — Commencement Exercises. PAPER MATE PENS — THE ball point pen that bankers' approve. Guaranteed not to leak. The best writing bb pen on the market. Upper Des Moines Put* lishing Co.. phone 1100, Algbna. Roger Dreyer Roger Dreyer, son of Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer, was chosen by the Weisbrod-Ranney American Legion Post of Fenton to i>t- tend Boys State in June at Camp- Dodge, Des Moines. Roger has been active in all school activities. He is president of the Junior class, president of the Lutheran Walthor League of his church, and is president of the Fenton 4-H Club. 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