The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1954 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 8, 1954
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MRS. ARDEtH HALVERSON New* Editor ' June 8, 1954\ Published By The Upper Del MolfrM Publfihlng Co., Algonct, Iowa Six Groups Of Activities Are In The Making Fenfon—R. E. Brownell would like to'have all childrdfi interested in the summer; recreational pro- i gram meet at the Fenton gym Wednesday afternoon June 9 at 1:30 p.m. The various activities will, be planned, and schedules handed 1 out. 1 'The following activities are being offered: Pee Wee bafeeME'v "Mdge'tS baseball. -.Jr. glrls^46ftballj i "Sf l i f ^lrls', Softball, tswlmming'iesson's "and re"creatldh- "al sVimming.•••• >• Softball League Opens i'The North Iowa Softball Iieague •'••' opened this - season ,. with • four games being played Thursday evening. Fenton played at Whit'••'• terhore losing their first game 8 to: 4. Cylinder will be playing at Fenton Thursday June 10 arid Tuesday, June 15, Algona will be here. '••.',-'•' All rained out games will be made up as soon as possible and at least by next league game. The eight teams playing Jn 'the league are Algona, Buffalo Center, Cylinder, Fenton, Estherville, Emmetsburg, Whittemore and Wallingford: . Family Picnic Dinner . • A picnic' dinner'. and family gathering was -held at the William Hantelman home in honor of Mr and Mrs John-Baerman, John and Susanne of Rantoul, 111. .and ...Miss Hulda Baerman of Palmer, la. Others present were Mr and To June 9 '. THOMAS and PETERSEN / FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa : ' t . ;• ' .' I Experienced ; Embalmers and ; Funeral Directors j, *.!,..,*> . •) i Reliable 24 Hour * Ambulance Service Funerals May Be ; Referred To Us ; With Confidence Rihgsted 100' 100A 21A 21B Mrs'Ed Bruhn, Mr and Mrs M. G. Hantelman, Mr and Mrs Gerhart tfantelman and Mr -and Mrs Merle Voigt and girls. *" M* and Mrs Art Voigt and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and : girls spent Memorial -Day ih the Arlo Voigt' home at Grove City, Minn. Mr and Mrs Clarence Starts* berry of Moulton accompanied Florence Weisbrod of Des Moines to Fenton last Friday evening. Mrs Moulton attended the shower honoring Marilyn Weisbrod 'Friday evening. Wednesday the Moultons went to Orange City; to visit relatives arid returned to Fenton Saturday evening so as to be; present for the wedding Sunday^ , . .... ... ..".•, ., ,...«., / $4rs Floyd Duncan, was Jipii- ess at-a Stanley ,party Fi?iday evening, tor and Mrs Jay Woods of Jel- ferson, Iowa spent the •Memorial Day weekend with Fenton rela- tiv?s.' They were Saturday-, overnight guests in the Wayne Alderson home and Sunday to Monday guests' in the home of Mrs Amanda Kern. Mr -and Mrs Roy Chrischilles entertained at dinner 'and supper Sunday, Mir, and Mrs Clarence Meni and %family,-; Mrs • 'Sarah Meriz, Mr arid Mrs Willard Mehz. and family, Mr and :Mrs Marold Schlei and'Steven,'Mr and Mrs Ronald Chrischilles, and Mr and Mrs Harold; Feriks and son Lyle from'Albert Lea, Minn. Mr and Mrs Eldon Heikes have moved from the Clarence Yager apartriient to the apartments jn the Floyd Duncan home. Mr and Mrs Herbert Weiske and children' of Cedar Rapids were guests Friday to Monday afternoon in the parental Frank McFall home. They were Sunday afternoon and supper guests hi the home of Mrs Helen Weiske at Burt. . ' - ' Mr and, Mrs J. R. Helmers have recently • returned home after visiting with Mr and Mrs Frank Leonard and family at Downers Grove m., arid with Dr. John F. Helmers, at South Bend, Ind. - Mrs Hugo Denker of 'Lester, la. was a guest in the W. J. Weisbrod home; - r Mr -and* Mrs Thomas of Green iMountain, came Saturday for avvisiti Mr Thomas returned home Sunday and Mrs Thomas and children went to Lester for. a week's visit. Benora Mitchell and Mrs Hatr- tan Eiiriers of Minneapolis spent (he Mpfrforiat -.Day -weekend- in their "respective homes here. , Mr and Mrs Layton Behne anc boys and William Stoeber of Wichita, Kansas, came last Saturday evening for a visit with Fenton relatives. Layton and William returned to Wichita,Monday and Mrs Behne and boys remained here for a longer visit. Mr and Mrs Alvin Zumach entertained at dinner last Mori day evening at the Zumach Cafe in honor of Cole.en Christiansens graduation. Guests were Mr and Mrs E. N. Christiansen of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs J. J. Theesfield, Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman Going Overseas In Army Service Minn, were Sunday-and-Monday guests in the Frank McFail home. Sunday dinner guests also included Mr and Mrs--Herbert Weiske and children of Cedar Rapids and -Mr and Mrs Wendell Rusch and Mar go. Memorial fiay g*uesis In ihe home of Mrs Amanda" Kern were Mr and'Mrs Jay Wood of Jeff- ersoh, la.; Mr and Mrs Dean, Nel- •lis of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Ddrwood Kern and family of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family and Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager 'and boys. Mr and Mrs Wilfred SJoeber spent Memorial Day in the home of Mr .and Mrs Carl Siew.ert, in Minneapolis. Rev and Mrs'W. E. Bourne ipf.> Indiana .were also guests, in 'the SieWert home. v Thursday evening guests in the Lloyd Kern home in honor of Mrs Kern's and. Danny's birthday anniversaries were Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and boys, Mrs -Amanda-Kern and Mr and Mrs Art Mueller. Fentoh-iPfc, Marilyn Sorensen, above,'recently spent, a;furlough with her. parents, Mr, "and Mrs Oscar 'Spfensen of Fenton. Pfc. Sorensen went from here to San Francisdo. from where she will- leave for overseas duty. She eri-. joys -her ; work very- much and was '. looking forward to- going- overseas. ..',„,„ Miss Sorensen joined the Woman's Army Corp, April 28, 1953, at which time she signed for two years duty. She took her basic raining in 'Virginia, spent some_time in Texas and was stationed at Fort Meade, Maryland, just sefore coming home. She is a surgical Technician in the Army lospitals. ,; . . -• : ._ Women's Units Meet Coming Events Fenton for all Wednesday, June 9 Farm Bureau; Meeting — — children planning to take part in the summer recreational program, 1:30 at the Fentoh school gym. Thursday, June 10 — Friendly Neighbors: Matthew Circle; North Iowa Softball League game with Cylinder. ; . Friday, June 11—Legion Auxiliary. Monday, June 14—Legion meeting. Tuesday, June 15—Town and Country. Woman's Club; St. Luke Circle. Wednesday, June 16—St. John's Circle. and Mrs Lena Zumach of Fenton and Mrs Earl Theesfield and Karen of Armstrong. Guests in the Clifford Douglas home in honor of Laree's first birthday anniversarywere Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and girls, Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller and boys -and.;'..William. Voigt,, Lois and Peggy'/ ', Mr and.Mrs Harold Newel and Pamela and Mr and Mrs Charles Newel were Tuesday evening dinner guests'in thefE^C. Weisr brod home. , ! Mr and Mrs ;CharlasTheesfield, Mrs Lloyd Sunde and .Sandra Fenton—StltJohn's Ladies Aid met Wednesday afternoon with hostesses Mrs' Charles Theesfield, Mrs Martin Ohm and Mrs Lester Theesfield. Rev W. ,H. Friedrich was in charge of the devotional period, and Mrs William Hantelman, .president, presided at the business meeting. Mrs Norman Finnestad was welcomed as a new member. " , : .. •.. , t The- Woman's-Missionary Feel-, eration of Blakjer Congregatibri observed their annual birthday party Thursday afternoon. Mrs Odey Cherland and Mrs Ame'y Cherland i were hostesses. 'Mrs Henry Wilberg, president, presided at the meeting, Mrs Otto Wilberg had' scripture r'eading and prayer. Miss Arlet Cherland gavQ a r.eac}ing, Miss LeAnn Olsen sang a solo and-Kathryn 'Johari- nesen played a piano solo. Mrs Henry Wilberg poured. „. The W.S.C.S.. met. Thursday afternoon June 3 .with; hostesses Mrs Elwin Sqhlei, Mrs Clayton Dits worth,. Mrs-Wilfred S.toeper .and Mrs Paul Cornelius. . Mrs John Munch .presented, the lesson 'Students in Today's World', a* sisted, by .Yvonne. -~- Calif. Guests In Fenfon Home Fenton—Mr and Mrs Charles Newel drove to Omaha Thurs day evening to meet Mr and Mrs Harold Newel and Pamela of California, who ' will visit here about two weeks* Frbm here Mrs Newel and Pamela will go .to Baltimore, Md. to visit a brother before returning to California.' Many courtesies have been held in their honor.. : Sunday, a arge family gathering was en- oyed at Spirit Lake. Present were Mr and Mrs Harold Newel and Pamela, Mr and Mrs Charles Newel, Mr and Mrs Lyle Newel and'family, Mr and Mrs Richard McCarty and boys of Hartley, Mr and Mrs E. J. Frank, Mr and Mrs Don Shaw and children, Mr and Mrs Howard Rabey and son Carl Dean of Cedar, Falls, Miss Genevieve Newel of Chicago, Mr: and Mrs E. K. Johnson, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and family, Mr and Mrs Calvin Vatidt arid family of Whittemore-and Mr and. Mrs Forest Hanifan and Barbara of Dysart. ; McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING "We Sell, Install or Service' 1 FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES PHONE 120 or 111 FENTON NOW ON HAND WEED SPRAY IN ONE OR FIVE GALLON QUANTITIES SUMMER PRICES HOW IN EFFECT ON COAL ... GET YOUR ORDERS IN NOW * AND SAVE MONEY __ ... ^.. ji FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Fre4 Phone 14 exercises at ' St. James, Minn. Wednesday evening. of this past week. Marlene 'Clausen was a member of the. class. Mr and Mrs Cecil Anderson and daughter Gloria of Des Moines were guests in the home of Mrs Thelma Anderson this past weekend. Mr and Mrs Gerald Gochenour and David attended ,a Gochenour family picnic at the Rose Gochenou'r home in Humboldt, Memorial Day. Joe Wearmouth, and Mrs Hazel Delle were also among the guests. Joe Wearmouth returned to Fenton witt the Gochenours and will visi f , here several weeks. He is Mrs Gochcnour's grandfather. Mr and Mrs I.lovd Kern entertained Mr and "Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys at supper Friday evening in honor of the- Mueller's wedding -anniversary. Mr and Mrs E. K Johnson entertained at dinner Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Harold Newel and Pamela, Mr arfd Mrs Charles Newel, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and family, Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and .family and Mr and Mrs Forest Hanifan and Barbara. . Mrs Amanda Kern was a guest in the Dean Nellis home at Fort Dodge a couple days this past week. • , Mr and Mrs Lawrence Edwards and family of Ayrshire were Friday evening guests! m the Merle Voigt home. Gary Zumach accompanied Mr and Mrs Ernest Christiansen back to lola, Wis., where he is enjoying a vacation. Joan Christiansen remained here for an extended visit with relatives. Mr and Mrs Harold Newel and Pamela, Mr and Mrs Charles Newel and Mr and Mrs Richard McCarty and family were Monday dinner guests in the Lyle Newel home Mr and Mrs Alvin Zumach and Gary attended commencement exercises at Bode. Larry Torgerson, a nephew of Mr and Mrs Sumach was a member of the class. They also attended commencement exercises at Ringsted where a niece, Coleen Christiansen was a member of the class. Mrs Mary Hayenga of Albuquerque, New Mexico and Mrs bd. Hinderman of Owatonna, Minn, were Monday dinner guests oi Mr and Mrs Harry Haase. Mr and Mrs Will Wegener ol Clinton, la. and Mr and Mrs Winifred Sigsbee of Algona were last Sunday callers in the Sam Warner home. Mr Wegener and Mrs Sigsbee are a brother and sister of Mrs Warner. Mr and Mirs J, A. Schwartz and Edith Laage spent last Sunday and Monday in the J. W. Schwartz home at Ames. Mrs Martha Verbrugge and Marie and Mr and Mfs Fred Abbas of Kanawha have been recent visitors in the Oliver Stoe ber home. Mrs M«y Hayenga of Albu luerque, "New Mexico and Audrtf Kae Straieyv-- • in'the-Youth Chapel were led by •Mrs C. C. Callahan. Kenly Zwie fel played hymns on the accord ion. Seneca Women, 4-H Members Plan 'Cook-Out' Seneca — Seneca homerrtakers and members of the Seneca Stars and Seneca Sparklers 4-H clubs are invited to attend a lesson on oiltdoor' cookery at the' Fenton Park, 9:30 a.m., Friday morning, June 1 31. Mrs John Strueck^r will demonstrate outdoor cookery. Senecans attending Margaret Jensen's wedding at the Trinity Lutheran church at Hayfield, Minn. Friday evening included Mr and Mrs C. O. Bailey, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thompson, Joy Thompson, Mr and Mrs Charles Beavers, Jim, Marian and Ken j neth, Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg Mrs Fred Brown, Mr and Mrs Clarence Osborn, Mr and Mrs Ted 'Jensen, Mr and Mrs Curtis Olscn and LeAnn and Mr and Mrs Otto Wilberg. Also Mr' arid Mrs Russell Kauffman and family. La Velle Kauffman was maid o honor. ...'•.' Following the ceremony the guests attended the reception held the church basement. Farewell Party For Seneca Boy Seneca—Pvt Delbert Kauffman v'as honored at a farewell party t his home Monday evening. Guests included Mr and Mrs •lans Thompson and Rose Ann. Mr and Mrs Cassie Klocko and Margaret, Douglas Guerdet, Gordon Burt, Wayne Kennedy, Jerry and Jim Beaver and Dick Looft. Delbert left Thursday morning or Camp Pendleton, Calif, and will leave for overseas duty from :here. Adding Agents Revenue In Iowa ^J Frank'M. Halpin, Director of Internal Revenue announces the jroposed employment of addt- lonal revenue agerits to serve the towa District. A special exam- nation, Intended for students graduating from college accounting courses this spring has been arranged by the United States Commission. Prior to this time the Civil Service requirements for employment as Internal Revenue Agent were such that a college graduate without, additional practical experience was not eligible. The present examination is of fered to college graduates with twenty-four semester hours ol accounting. Successful applicants will be subjected to an intensive training program for a period of six months. Upon satisfactory completion of the training period, applicants will be prompted to the position of Internal Revenue Agent. Details of the examination requirements may be obtained from Post Offices throughout the 9 B Mr- Halpin stated that employment of additional revenue agents will permit accelerated activity in Federal income tax and excise tax investigations in line with the national program presently con-, templated. : PINNED Vernon Down of near Odebolt was injured recently, when his tractor rolled forward and pinned him against a fence. It was two hours before he was rescued, in a semi-conscious condition. HAIRCUT At New Hampton, Robert Junko has just had his third haircut; this time a "butch" so he won't have to have it cut again so soon. He's ZVa months old. 7 Winners Of Coffee Fenton—There were seven winners of the free coffee at the Coffee Night Drawing held last Saturday at 8:30 p.m. at Fenton. Free coffee went to the following: Edward Bruhn, John Eigler, Daryle DeSart, Victor Siruecker, John Haack, Donald Radig and Harold Dreyer, This coming Saturday night there will be a total of 19 Ibs. of coffee offered as drawing awards. No purchases are necessary; just be sure your name is properly registered. NOTICE Please leave the casserole in silver server (heirloom), taken by mistake the last day of school, at Priebe's Store. 23* 2 New Members Of Seneca Club ' Seneca — The Seneca Modern Mixers club met at the home o Mrs Lois Berhow' hfet Wednes day afternoon. Honoretl birthday " lembexs included Ray: ois Berhow, Mandeline Englan n and *reda Madseh. Mrs Fred Johannesen and Mr Everett Witham joined the clu' at this meeting. Mrs Cecil Anderson had chare of the entertainment. Mrs Rob ert Burt will be the July hostess. RECOVERED '_ A year ago, Harold Presuhn of near Rcmsen, lost his billfold containing $100, while he was plowing a field. Last week, his plow turned it up again. Creamery Sells Land, Two Deals The Fenton Cooperative Creamery Co. has sold some of its property adjacent to ihe creamery, in a deal 'completed recently. : Dr. Waile, purchased about .a half block of giound and ,lhe old House formerly' used by creamery butter masters, . Jmd\Martin. Hanielman bought ';*aboul'a quarter of-a block of other adjacent ground. Marion Stuck!, creamery manager and buttermaker, expects to move to Fenton as soon as arrangements can be made for li ing quarters for his family. SHORT GAME At Red Oak, one of the shortest ball-games on record was staged recently, between Red Oak and Bedford. One pitch; then the rains came and the contest was called off. LOWER COST FOR LARGER ARIAS COSTS 2/3 USS - 36'Sickle Bar co*U /j the price of some size Reel or Whirling Blade Moweri. fast cutting too! The lightweight, self-propelled Jarj Power Scythe makes easy work of tough cutting Year 'Round Snow Plow, Reel anc Sprayer attachments available. Phone u»l VUit Mil Soonl WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa. Sandwiches taste BETTER when you make them with BUTTER E VERY GOOD SANDWICH begins with butter. Butter, and only butter, has the full, natural flavor that enhances the taste of the rest of the sandwich—the bread and the filling. Soften the butter first,.. spread lightly but thoroughly from edge to edge of the bread . . . then go ahead. When you start with butter, your sandwich w»U be better. That's a promise. Fenton Co-Op. Creamery "A Good Creamery In A Good Town" . Fenton, Iowa EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT IN FENTON FREE COFFEE 19 LBS. OFFERED FOR THIS WEEK Drawing at 8:30 p. m, Each Saturday! You Hgvt To Bvy Nothing - Bwt Tow Mwst Be There To Win! AUCTION SALE Of Personal Goods of the J. jy\.Nordah!, Estate will be held Wed., June 16 ; i ' • ' 7 p.m. at the Fenton Barber Shop Items to be auctioned includes clothing, gun, bicycle, etc. Lloyd Berkland Auctioneer E. M. Jensen Clerk UP TO $126 PER GAL, ON HOUSE PAINT WITH Ye?, you can save up to $1.26 per gallon with Supcrmix House Paint! An actual price check made April 21,1954, shows that three leading brands, also of. top quality, range from 56 ff to $1.26 per 'gallon higher than Supcruiix. < jj$ Supermix 500-storc buying power makes possible these tremendous savings that are passed directly on to you! ^ & Since Supermix goes further, looks better, lasts longer—yet costs less— it's not surprising that Northwest homeowners have bought over 5 million gallons in the last 20 years. Why not paint jour house with Supcrmix now? Sovi 10* MORE per ln t gal. cant STOEBER HARBWARE FENTON. IOWA OUR OWN HARDWARE FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bu>. 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 Repair* FENTON, IA. Good Food Good Coiffee HOME

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