The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1955 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 24, 1955
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February 24, 1955 Tfte Uppec Oe* Maine* Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON Doran and Darwyn were guests Cbming Evenh Friday, Feb. 25— Home Talenl . Saturday, Feb. 26 — Annual Fenion Co-op Creamery meeting. Monday, Feb. 28 — Band Mothers; Worker's Conference.. , Tuesday, March 1. — Parent .&. Teachers , Association,. . , r - , ; ; Wednesday, March 2— St. John's Ladies Aid. Thursday, .March 3 — .Woman s Society of Christian Service r St Luke's Ladies Aid. ' ' !. : ,*. , .,.'..' Friday evening Visitors in'.th* Paul Zumach home..were Mi! and Mrs Ervin Ruhnke and family, Mr and Mrs William DeWall. The occasion was Debra Zumach's 1st •birthday. las ! Al .. , Fen'toii^inal tilans, are being, made for trra annual /latent Show. to be preserver! this Friday event ngi 'Feb; 25,: at ihe iFenton -high schbbls-gym atJB'p.rft,jJ'. Wallace, Smith,: will -'be <th<* master of- qere- nbnies. • , , ' •' 'A "number pf: contestants; have, already registered for, the slaowJ f h<J .'e'ntries include •,&:• variety, erf talent' sucK Hs ;- dancing,' .-vocal number^' and instrumental selec-, tions. '-If there are those Who still Would like to enter, they are ask- (3d to contact Mrs William Hantelman, phone 17 at Fenton. As in the past years the con- testanta will -Be divided -liito^twc sroups,v The' Junior! group twitt FriclUde r all' children tMrfugH 'the, .eighth gsade,and. the senior, grou 'Wfll ,be --High- school studehta &n TSigler" attd; ' $1 will be awarded m each groutf. i /ii-^ /v4/s' -mention -will- be . .;,-> ... ' ' -.,-« TV' ' N'artdy -Fisher 3 iirsi pnie winners ot ». yem-J .win; ipijdar'as guests. Ais'p as. an added attraction^ Mr ,Roy Bitzer:, and .tyrs... Don;. Shaw Will play a violin selection. Mrs Arnold • Harisen will? accompany, • them at" the. pianoyv;- .- " ,•"-,-' j This. talent show w.sponsored., y. the Town and^- Cpuntry Wo- i Birth To Four Lambs j3 Bruce'riarlshorn, 11 son of Mr and Mrs CalelJ Hartshorn, has duite a family to care for at the moment. As V member of the Seneca Future Farmers of which Earl CrtuSfts leader, he takes a special interest in raising sheep. Monday of last week one of his ewes, a Suffolk ana . Hantpsmr* crosi, became the mother of four la«"»*'. one "blaekvons whife, and two speckled* total weight 23 ibs. A 'Suffolk buck sired the fcjuadruBleli. • . *' ,tiruce Js'now looking forward to a showing j.f. the ' ouads at the fair, where he has won a number of nbbons oh previous occasions, but never with quadruplets. ' 9 " Vhe'«artshorn S live one miles west and one mUe-south of Seneca, the ewe and her offspring were 1 all doing well a* of 'last Saturday. • •••' •'• •; • . , ' :.. Fenlon—Sujpper was served some 140 members of " ' Community CJub t ahd arid Mr andVMrs Fred Frink.- Serving" on the refreshment committee Will be Mesdames E. H. -DreyeE, chairman; Lloyd Fin nested, ' Fritz Freyhbltz, Earl Fuoss,-PaUl Eigler, Ray Dreyer, Scott- DeSart, Clifford Douglas, D'etin Gannon. Rolland Brownell, John Bailey,. William Brass, Otto Bbrchai'dti Sylvester Hainzingef: d -Francis -Luedtke. -m <'• vfyf. o" r, - • ± - anriual Halloween Feriton /com Pie, and ^offefe-^will -be nd arty for tHe Feriton /community. . S n the lunch room. Mrs John Waite is chairman of the. luncn .ommittee and Mrs William Han- elman is general chairman 01 me alerit show.' . < /.V : ,. Just stop in and get ^'official" entry blank My you merely sign and mail to the Reuben H. Donnelly, Company, Chicago, Illinois.] Husband and wife may both, enter thereby doubling chince to win. If you win,.you have choice of a Speed Queen deluxe model automatic WASHER ""• automatic DRYER. XThere is nothing to buy- no strings attached — just sign and mail''the blank. STOEBER HARDWARE Birthday Surprise Jack Gerhart was honored, al. surprise birthday party '''Sunday, evening, Feb 13. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson Were co-hosts with! Mrs Gerhart for the party. The'evemng was spent playing 500 Mrs Dale' Voigt won high sccfre IMrs Derwood Voigt second high for the ladies. R. E. BroWnel} won high for the men and- Calvin Vaudt second high. Mrs Don Shaw i-eceived low score prize- and Mrs David Berklartd travel prize » Independence Mixers ie February meetirig of the, end«aice Mixers wasin^tije. Pbf^Hrs Bertel Berkel&SAY _ Mrs fparol Underwooda'S co~-hostess Eleven' women ..answered roll call. The business meeting was conducted by the vice president, Mrs Gene Hus- '"kamp." -Mrs Ernest Votteler and Vtrs Gene • Huskamp volunteered o go on a tour to visit a legislative session in Des Moines, with ATS Clarence Underwood as alternate. Gifts were presented to Mra Herbert Schlickelman and Mrs Darol Underwood who- will - be moving to other townships on The lesson on paints and wall paper was given by Mrs Amer 2ody. For recreation, Mrs Votteler read a humorous reading. Refreshments were served at the close, of the mjuiuiu- will b£ -Mesdames Lester. fieW, chairman; Kenneth • Halver foC liloydvSunde, Ed Wichten- 'dahl, Harold Wehrspann, Alfred Bierstedt, Hilbert Bierstedt, Arno Juhl and Ed Reimers. Mr!and.'Mrs Lloyd Kern enter tained at-'three tables of 500 Tues- 40 At Fenton C.C. Batavia, -Sunday at the > Sunday ' cv.erlihgA Feb. SWth, the , at thfe orn Friday Feb. 1& at the Naeve ospital, Albert-Lea, Minn. He as beeri named Lynn Alan, Ml nd Mrs 'S. E. Straley of Fenon are the maternal grandpar- nts. •.'....' - i ' Town-Country Women Meet Fenton—The Town and Coun- ryV-Woman's Club met- Tuesday evening, Feb. ,15, v in the home of VIr's Gene Huskamp with Mrs Merwin Priebe co-hostess. lamiiy nittiiuj wtn vc-. ii»u «v -••Lone Rock Presbyterian church at 7 o'clock, Thefe' willjalso be & congtegatibnaV •meetirfg; f&r the community WUD ana men wive? i purpose of. discussing'tthe pur at a-meeting held Monday;ev*nif. c hasmg of.a new opgarf. Jhe Elea ing. Lt. Jones of Des Moines; nor Circle will serve' lunch. representing 5 , the air force, sboke The American lieglon; auxiliar and showed slides in conjunction wi ji mee t\ Wednesday evening, with Ground Observer Corps March 2, at the hall with Mrs work.; About 24- signed up for Louis Reilly* Mrs -. Otto Jensen, GOC'duty. • -..,,,••.• ' *, tv . ;' | Mrs TVIarlyri Bausman, Mrs Maurice Weisbrod as hostesses. The Ladies'Sunday School class gave a farewell party in honor of their former teacher, Mrs Marie Dacken, Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs C. E. Nordine. Guests were Mrs Marie* Dacken, honored guest, Mrs Wm. Schrader, Mrs Leila Heiter, Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mrs Rose .Kraft, Mrs E, A. Lee, Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs R. W. Christenson, Mrs Art Priebe, Mrs Will Christenson, Mrs P. M. Christenson, Mrs Lawrence Rath, Mrs Emma Hurlburt, Mrs Frederick Schultz, Mrs Chas. Morris, Mrs Frarik Flaig, Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs Hulda Schultz, Tena Jensen, Mrs Delmar Fischer, Mrs Clair BoU- inger, Mrs L. A. Newbrough, Mrs H. A. Blanchard", Mrs Ray Black, and Mrs Nordine. Mrs L. V. Johnson and Sue Ann and Mrs Alfred Schultz and De- t the Leon Looft home at Arra- trong Friday afternoon in honor f the. birthdays of her, son, Tommy, and Sue -Ann Johnson, Debra Schultz and Doran Dahms.' Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz en^ ertained the • following at thelt lome Sunday afternoon for home made ice cream and cake in, honor of their daughter, Debra's birthday: Mr* tmd jflrs.J.'M; BlaM- chard, Jr., Mollie, Jill, Donna, Craig, and Susan, Mrs , Maude Blanchard and- Mrs; Hulda Schultz. Hulda Schultz and Mrs Marie Dacken were Sunday dinner guests at the A. A. Krueger home. , . , .Janet Krueger and'Diane Hovey spent from Thursday until Sunday in Des Moines where they took pre-entrance exams foj; Mr and Mrs Wm. Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Victor Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Glenn Sabin, Judy and Jane, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Zwiefel of Swea, City were Sunday dinner guests at the Erich Seegebarth home. The club voted to give $3 to the Heart fund. Final plans were made for the Talent Show P.T.A. Meets March 1 The Fenton P.T.A. will meet evening, March 1. In the program will be Mr Ralph Weisbrod, chair : | Rusch spent day" evening. Mrs Frank Muel let won'high sec-re prize t for. the ladies: and 'Mrs Dick Theesfield low. Jerry Jentz won high for the men and Frank Mueller, low Merle Voigt won travel prize. • Audra Kae Slraley spent the past.weekend in,the parental S. E Stralev home. She is enrolled at the' Naeve school of nursing a Albert Lea, Minn. .. . Mr 'and Mrs Gilbert. Scribne Jr., Mrs Oscar Sorenson and Mr Harqld Derksen the latter of;Hur on Laike, .Minn., attended funera services - for Mrs 'Otto : Benson, a sister-in-law of 'Mrs Sorenson i ana-01e Olson, father. oi..Mrs.Ben- &m&3$&: double serylc^. was held., fternobn at the- Luther^^J'.at Hadley, Minn. •; Peterson of Barney, N. D. Was a : visitor with his brother. Ralph Peterson, a few days last week. They also went to Webster City to visit the Emmet Slavena, formerly of Fenton. . Sunday dinner guests in the Ed Uthof home -were Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius, Mr and Mrs Don Uthof and family, Mr and: Mrs R. Uthof,-Mr and Mrs Glenn Flint arid Robin Ann, Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and JoAnn, and Henry Uthof. Henry Uthof returned to Des''Moines Sunday . afternoon after a week's visit with Fenton relatives. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell »,ere Sunday dinner guests in the Donald Skaar home at Lake Mills Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt and James Richard of Ames spent the weekend with Fenton relative' to be presented Friday evening, Feb. 25, at the Fenton gym. 2U. .6^1 a* "1C * CIII.WAI e,j.... The' new club president, Mrs Jack Gerhart appointed her program committee for next year. They are Mrs Herschal Hartman, chairman; Mrs J. Wallace Smith) Mrs Clarence Yager, Mrs Mervin Priebe and Mrs Dale- Weis*. brod. Mrs Dale 'Weisbrod gave a report on Shintoism, the religion 1 in Japan. Mrs Ted Jensen gave; a report on Miriam of the Bible.- For enterta.inmem> Mrs Weisbrodi and Mrs Jensen conducted a quiz, and a spell.down.. Patrolmen To Speak, Feb. 28, Lone Rock PTA Lone Rock — The February meeting of the Lone Rock P. T. A. wiill be held Monday night, Feb. 28th at 8 o'clock^ at the schpol- Jiouse. Mr .and Mrs Amey Cherland will be in charge of the program at which tWo patrolmen, Dickinson and Laws, will be •guest speakers. Mr Bailsman will also present some i music students. :Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen are food 1 chairmen with the following. on ihe committee: Mr and Mrs Clarr ence Cooke, Mr and Mrs Ralph .Dugan, Mr and Mrs Lorenz Geit- 'zenauer, Mr and Mrs Stanley ! . Simpson, Mr and Mrs Fred Schultz,-,Mr. -and Mrs Ralph Schneider, Mr and Mrs Harlan Harr, Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen, Mr Ralph Hurlburt, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath, Mr and Mrs L. V. Johnson, Mr and Mrs Charles Staudt. .. : ..' -, : II '" an bra and Mrs Vern Dahms and and Mrs Wendel Sunday afternoon NOTICE The annual Fenton Co-op Creamery meeting wi|J be held at the Fenton Community Center, Saturday afternoon, February 26 at l;3(>Virf., for the ^ufpose 6f> electing directors and to transit such'other business as may properly come before'the meeting. There.will be a program and lunch will be served. ized at the Holy Family hospita at Estherville. Mrs McFall enter ed the hospital Thursday of thi news past week. Also hospitalized at the Holy Family hospital are .Chris Bgland and John Olson. Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Albert .Mitchell and James Richard Voigt were Saturday evening supper guests m the Dick Underwood home at Algona. ' _, _ Clifford Teller of Tolstoy. S. D. arrived Tuesday and was an overnight guest in the Oliver Stoeber home. When Mr Stoeber taught school a number of years ago in TellS hotf' ^ Staed the Mr and Mrs Gilbert Scribner Jr and Mrs OscaTsoienson were At Father 1 . Son Banquet Fenton — Jack Shelley, manager of Radio Station was 'the guest speaker at the Tather-Son .banquet held Wednesday evening at - the Fenton Methodist church parlors. Wilfred - Stoeber was Toasjb Master for the evening's prograrri Community singing was led by Roy Bitzer. A quartet, Alan Helland, Bob Melick, Roy Bitzer and John Eigler sang 'Steal Away' and 'This Ol'd House'. Mrs Ralph Weisbrod, was pianist. Clarence Yager spoke on 'What the Lads Expect, of their Dads'. Bob Melick sang 'I Walked Today Where Jesus Walked'. Mr Shelley spoke on father-son relationship, Members of the W.S.C.S. served a swiss steak dinner to 180; Serving. on the banquet committee were Clarence Osborn, Wilfred Stoeber, Frank Behne and Eugene Huskamp. ^General P, W. O.-'Meeting '!JThe Lone.Rock P.'W/O: general meeting for' March will be Jield Thursday, afternoon, March k at the church parlors with Mrs Jred Genrich,-Mrs Selma Ham- nerstrom, Mrs Milton Madison, Mrs Clair Bpllinger, Mrs Ed Slanchard,.* and Mrs. Fred Drans-. ifjldt as hostesses. Mrs. Ralph SHammerstoom iwill be in-charge jcf the program. ; n.i J3:ii i-i> •—i party honoring E. E. Hanna his 10 years service on the VUJ ,e Rock Creamery board, ,wasi Held Friday evening at the L. V. Johnson •home. Guests were Mr arid Mrs E: E. Hanna, Mr and 're' John Nyman of Swea City, m-r-; and Mrs C. M. Gross, Mr and Mrs Hugh;-, Marlow. of 'Burl, Mr ah'd Mrs 'Will Christehson: The Vening was spent playing hearts rith Mrs C. M. Gross and E. E. [ftina winning high prizes, Mrs t iugh Harlbw and Will Christen- spn and L. V. Johnson winning travel. A giff was given Mr Hanna;; and at the close of the? evening an oyster stew was held. ; Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich left Friday to visit their sons, Mayhard and family at Carthage, Mo., and Bernard and .family at Hous- Presto/ ton, Texas. • Mr and Mrs Roy Nordine of Alfred Meyer - Secretary (7-8) FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE .AiUci SMITH • WEISBROO Implement Company JOHN DEtRE DEALER Bu». phone 3 Rw, PNn« * SERVICE for Building r 'Mni«4fNni! Dr. J. W, R,W5k OINTJST ' ' •••-Offict-PH4n*-7r Residence 25 Ftnfpn, lewfi f Fenton To Have. A New Marshal Fenlon—A new town marshal, Albert Schwanzinbach of Rushmore, Minn., has been hired for Fenton, to take over his new duties March 1., He will succeed Arnie Hansen who is Designing to take ovei management of a new Standard Oil station in Fenton. Mr Schwanzinbach is married Jr and Mrs uscar ooreiisuij w«-c . and the father of three children Sunday afternoon visitors in the a daughter at home, one in Fair Harold Deiks6n.home-at Huron mont and a son m he service Lake Minn The family. expects to move t Mr pnd Mrs Wilfred Stoeber at- Fenton this week. tended Our "Own Hardware Con., LBDOERS . LEDGER SHEETb vention* m Minneapolis, .Monday column , u , bqoks lind pads gen to Wednesday noon of this past j boilkkeeping s up pl i es . Man week, -They were guests m the L carried in stopk, and quic Carl Siewart home. Wayne and SBrvice on those w-s may not hav Janice stayed with the Smiths u w Des Moinea in tlw N IS\A during -their parents absence. n ^ 5 p»,per building. Algona, la- I4r wd Wrs Gene Huskamp and > * * Trudy arrived home last Sunday fsveninS»' from . a vacation in Florida and other points of interest in the South. Mr and Mrs William Hantelman Bhd'fSmily-speht the weekend in the parental W. B. 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Lake MU1§ are parents McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING CHEATING i; I 2-500x16-4 P Imp „ 17.70 3-550x16-4 P Mar 16.70 5-550x16-4 P 5 Rib __—— 20.85 3-550x16-4 P Tri Rib —,- 20.85 2-500x15-4 P Tri Rib 19.15 2-600x16-4 P Tri Rib —— 23.20 2-600x16-4 P OR Grip ___ 21.25 13.50 13.50 14.00 16.50 14.50 19.25 16.00 REARS 2-10x38-4 P D15 81.80 2-11x38-4 P D15 — 93.00 1-12x38-6 P D15 _ 1J4.45 1-11x38-4 P Sure Grip — 93.00 2-11x36-4 P Miller L-104.30 1-11x28-4 P Gillette 72.85 Plus Excise Tax Weisbrod Imp!. Co. 70.00 84.00 96.50 78.00 82.50 60.00 Fenton, Iowa WIRINO or Service' 1 F'URNA&S; weu SYSTEMS, PLUMBING f and ELICTRICA SUPPMIS On February 28th— \Wflcloseourbooksfortheyear., W» arrange ou| credit files for ihe ensuing year. We would like to report all our'customers prompt pay. February 28th— f' '' ''would appreciqte full settlement of Q» accounts. We request that errors eh your statement, if any, be called to our attention. - •'.-.- Thank you, , , Fenton Co-dp. Elevator Co, II FENTON, IOWA

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