The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1955 · Page 14
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, Mil. ARDtfH HALVERSON ""»> Ntwt September 15, 1955 Published By The Upper Dei Moin»» Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa . Fenton Student Group Off To College Terms Fenton—A number of the Fenton young folks are returning to college or have already left. Among them are Marilyn Jrnt/ who will leave Monday for Ivr Junior year at Iowa State College where she is majoring in Home Economics. Sharon Eigler leaves Sunday for Rochester. Minn, where she will attend Methodist Kahlrr Hospital school of nursing, John Kigler will take Engineer- insj at id\v;i Slate. Ward and Lynn Ruske are both returning to the University at Iowa City. Donna Herkland returns to Waldorf for her senior year. Jank-o Jentx is attending Estherville Junior College. Alan HHland is enrolled at Simpson college. To Ft. Dodge Hospital Webber Yager, who has be"n a patient at the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville since last Wednesday, w;is transferred to the Mercy'Hospital at Fort Dodgn Tuesday morning. Hostess At Picnic Barbara Halverson entertained the girls of her class at a picnic supper Wednesday of last week, in observance of her birthday. Judy Weiiier and Judy Voi^t LENNOXFURNACES Authorized Dealer & Service THE FINEST FURNACE AT A MODEST PRICE Two Units On Dispaly — See r Them In Our New Showroom McFall & Rusch 3 Phone 159 Fenton .owwwjoofoottowaw^^ EGG WASHING DEMONSTRATION FARMERS INVITED All Day and Evening Saturday, Sept. 17 Factory Representative Will Conduct Demonstration At Our Store FREE REFRESHMENTS Dick's Meat & Grocery FENTON ZUMACH'S INVITE YOU Free Coffee & Doughnuts 2 P.M. to 8 P.M., Sat., Sept. 17 INTRODUCING OUR FAMOUS HOME MADE HOL 'N - ONE DONUTS Made Fresh Daily — And To Take Home and McGarvey's Flame Room Coffee . . . read about wan WASHERS • IRONERS • DRYERS in this month's FARM, and HOME section ,> •* Stoeber Hardware FENTON MASONS WHY you SMOULV use \A W^ BEEBE WATER WORMER -FOR PIGS AND CHICKENS (PIPERAZINE CITRATE) 1. One Pay Treatment. 2. Given I* Drinking Watec. 3. Odorless and Tasteless. 4. No Special Feed Necessary. 5. Removes 95% of the Round Worm*. 6. Beebe Water Wormer Is Non-Toxic. 7. No Set Back As With Other Wormers. I. Can Be Repeated Without Weight lots. 9. Worm Free Animals Grow Faster On Less Ftedl 10. Found Effective By Agricultural College*. 11. Can Be Given To Sick Animals. 1?. Most Economical of All Wormers, SEE US TODAY FENTON DRUG CO. FIWON, IOWA were overnight guests, nt i'lO Halvrrsnn hnmc 1 . 4-H Club Elects Tho Fenlon Progressors 4-H club met Tuesday. Sept. 0, with Earl and John Jenlz. During the business meeting, election of officers was held. Roger Droyer was elected president; Bill Jcntz, vice president; Norman Bollinger, secretary and treasurer and Jerry Waite, reporter and historian. Dr. Vincent Votteler is the new 4-II leader and Ervin Borchardt is the assistant leader. Band Mothers Meeting A special meeting nf the Fenton Band Mothers will be held Wednesday, Sept. 21, at 2:30 p.m All mothers having children in the band are asked to attend. The purpose of calling a meeting at this time is to select a new meeting date, however the regu-i lar business for September will also be taken care of at this time. Infant Baptized Rodney Lee, infant son of Mr and Mrs Ray Uthof was baptized Sunday, Sept. 11 at St. John's Lutheran church. Rev. W. H. Friedrich officiated at the service and sponsors were Mrs Ed Uthof and Ed Mitchell. In honor of the event, Mr and Mrs Uthof entertained at dinner, Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joan, Mr and Mrs Ed Uthof and family, Mr and Mrs Glenn Flint and Robin, Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser and Mrs Hattie Shaser. Visit In Boone Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler and Judy spent Sunday in the Walter Jipp home at Boone. Mr and Mrs James Mathers of Long Beach, Calif., friends of the Eiglers were also guests. Enroutc to Boone, the Eiglers called on Mr and Mrs Willis Ross at Ames. Are District Hosts The Fenton Woman's Society of Christian Service was hostess to one of five Seminar and Officer- training meetings at the Methodist church Sept. 6. Approximately 140 attended the meeting. A luncheon was served at noon in the church dining room. Mrs K. D. Hedin, district promotion secretary,of Algona, presided at the afternoon session. Mrs Don Weisbrod, local president, gave the meditation. Mrs Clarence Osborn of Fenton spoke on 'A Faith For Youth.' Mrs Osborn is a district officer. St. John's Aid The St. John's Ladies Aid met Wednesday, Sept. 7. Hostesses were Mrs Olaf Norland, Mrs Martin Ohm, and Mrs Adolf Peril. There were thirty four members and six guests present. Guests were Mrs Rueben Luedtke, Mrs Walter Bierstedt, Mrs Sam Warner, Mrs John Waite, Mrs Arnold Hantelman and Miss Bertha Kressin. The Aid voted to buy three more tables. The Aid will serve the Walther League Rally wTiich will be held here October 9. The Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon, Sept. 9, with Mrs Gaylord Johnson. Mrs Martin Ohm, vice president, presided at the business meeting. It was announced that a Caravan Rally will be held in Algona in November. This will be a get-acquainted meeting for the members of the Auxiliaries in the north seven counties. There were ten members and four guests present. The guests were Mrs Lyle Newel, Mrs Ralph Voigt, Mrs Ferdie Mueller Jr. and Mrs George Jentz. For enter- tianment the group played 500. The next meeting will be with Mrs Martin Ohm. The Friendly Neighbor Club met Thursday, Sept. 8, in the home of Mrs Darrell Dreyer with Mrs Edna Grey assisting hostess. Mrs Calvin Vaudt gave a reading. Mrs Lena Luedtke had charge of the program. The next meeting will be with Mrs Will and Don Weisbrod. Mr H. C. Britlon of Lusk, Wyo. was a guest in the home of Rev. and Mrs C. C. Callahan from Friday to Monday. Mr Britton is a cousin of Mrs Cullahan. Mr and Mrs Oliver Stoeber were Thursday evening in the Clarence Kraft home at Lone Rock. The Krafts are the parents of a daughter, Joy Ann. Mr and Mrs Hartley Aust and family of Armstrong were Friday evening visitors in the Don Steinberger home. Eugene Huskamp, fte*. G. C. Callahan, John Theesfield and Wilfred Stoeber left Sunday afternoon on a fishing trip to Canada. Mr and Mrs William Mantelman and family spent the weekend at Morristown, Minn, in the parental W. B. Schmidtke home, They also attended the Centennial celebration at Morristown. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and boys, and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara were Sunday dinner guests in the Mike Nelson home at Estherville. Sunday afternoon and evening guests in the home of Rev. and Mrs C. C. Callahan were the Garney Hood family and th6 Donald Hood family all of Rutland, la. Mr and Mrs Donald Sleinberger and family were Sunday dinner guests'in the Don Caylor home at Spirit Lake. Sunday afternoon guests at the home of Mrs Mary C. Hansen were Mr and Mrs Gilbert Saxton, Judith, Paul, Sandra and Vaughn of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Leo P. Elbert of Corwith; Mr and Mrs Burdette Rausch and daughter Krisanne of Estherville; Mr and Mrs Ervin Engholm of Rin- sted. Mrs Hansen is Mrs Elbert's mother and Mr Saxton's, Mr and Mrs Rausch and Mrs Engholm's grandmother and Krisanne's great grandmother. Mrs Mary C. Hansen of Fenton and Mr and .Mrs Paul Saxton of Ringsted were business visitors in Algona last Thursday. Bill Stoeber who has been attending school at Iowa State'this summer, and Floyd Bollinger, student at Northwestern University at Evanston, III. left Tuesday morning of last week for a trip to northern Minnesota and Canada. They returned home Sunday evening. Bill has enrolled at Iowa University for the coming term and Floyd will return to Northwestern. The Fenton Township Homemakers will hold their annual organization tea Friday afternoon, Sept. 16, at the home of Mrs Willis Cotton. Mrs Ronald Christiansen will be the co-hostess. Lloyd Kern reeived the $15 his name was drawn for at the Saturday Night drawing in Fenton. Another $15 will be given away again this Saturday evening. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS New Store At Fenton Is Open Fenton—Newest business in Fenton, Petersen's furniture, jewelry and gift store, has begun operation. Mr Petersen purchased the former Newel Hardware brick building some months ago, and after remodeling has since been preparing the structure for the new business. Grand Opening will be held in the near future when complete stocks have arrived. In the meantime, the store is open and visitors are welcome. Coming Events Thursday, Sept. 15 — Independence Mixers; Ruth Circle of the WSCS; Blakjer WMF. Friday, Sept. 16—Fenton Township Homemakers. Monday, Sept. 19—Community Club. Tuesday, Sept. 20—Town and Country Woman's Club. Wednesday, Sept. 21 — Band Mothers. Thursday, Sept. 22 — Depew WMF; Dorothea Circle. community. The teaching staff will be introduced and rclreshments will be served. Mrs Fred Johahnesen was hostess to the Modern Mixers Club Tuesday afternoon. Honor-i ed birthday members included Mrs Iva Witham and Mrs Pearl Burt. Mrs Claude Johnson will be the October hostess. Mrs Wm. Dorsey was a guest. Labor Day weekend guests at the parental O. R. Patterson home included Mrs Wm. Gilchrist and Billy of St. Joseph, Mo., and Mr and Mrs Wesley Patterson and children of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Donald Cronk of Armstrong were additional guests at dinner Sunday and on Monday, Mr and Mrs Henry Rasmussen of Kansas City visited with the family enroute home from northern Minn. A Finnestad family reunion was held at the Fenton Park the 3rd Sunday in August with approximately 150 of the Finnestad family in attendance. Mrs Amer Cody was the retiring president of the group and announced that the next family due to the fact that nbnul luilf of reunion will be held in Illinois, the. relatives live there. Seneca PTA To Meet Monday Seneca—The Seneca PTA will hold their first meeting of the school year Monday evening. Sept. 19 at 8 o'clock. Guest speaker will be Mrs Max Goldman, wife of a Methodist minister from Titonka. Mrs Goldman was born in Japan where her father was a professor of English. Mrs Goldman received her elementary schooling at a Canadian mission academy in Kobe, Japan. She came to America with her parents in 1941 at 15 years of age, attended high school at Pittsfield, Mass, where the family made their home and later attended Wcllesley College at Wellesley, Mass. She graduated in 1947 arid was married that same year. Mrs Goldman has chosen as her topic "Pebbles." An invitation is extended to everyone in the FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. 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