The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1955 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1955
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MRS. AftDftH HALVtftSON Newi Editor r ifenfiw Itepinrfer October 13,1955 Published By The Uppef t)*$ Molnet Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa Farewell Party For Seneca Boy To Enter Army Seneca—Gordon Burt was honored at a farewell-party Friday night. Gordon left Tuesday for induction into the army. Enjoying tin- party were Lyle Culbert- snn, Jim Kennedy, Robert Wil- b"j-g, Robert Kennedy, Jerry Beavers, Douglas Guerdet, Emory I'lvstim and Jack Looft. The group presented Gordon with a shaving kil as ;i farewell gift. Seneca Sparklers Elect Tin- Seneca Sparklrrs 4-H club nifl at the hoine of C;.*ol Hun- isrh, Sept. 27. Election of officers was held with the following beam elected: President. H,,n- nio Mclntire: vice president, Mary England; secretary. Carol Jonannesen: treasure]-, Carol Hanisch: historian, Susan Sullivan: photo- ur;iplvT, Alyco Petersen: reporter. Miirbnru England; gift committee, Mary England. Mrs Mrlntiie 'was* presented with a nift from the croup in appreciation of her two years of 4-H wii'k with the club as a leader. Maiy Enuland, Susan and Sharon Sullivan were honored birthday members. Installation uf officers will be held at the October 14 meeting at the Seneca school. All mothers are invited to he present at this cetemotiial. near Lost Island. Mrs Carrie Jensen and Mrs Olaf Oftedahl acted as delegates from the local society. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft and David, also Mr and Mrs Gerrilt De Wuard of Wesley and Jack Looft of Crystal Lake, honored Mrs Bertha Pommer of Algona on her birthday anniversary which was Thursday. Alfred Petersen observed his birthday anniversary Friday. In honor of the occasion a birthday party was held for him at his home that evening. In attendance were Mr and Mrs C. O. Bailey, Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn, Mr and Mrs P. H. Petersen, Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen, Mr and Mrs Don Cronk and O. R. Pattersons. Coming Evenfs Thursday. Oct. 13—Depew Fellowship circle: Friendly Neighbor club; Mabel circle. Friday, Oct. 14 — Legion Auxi- lary. Monday, Oct. 17 — Community club. Tuesday, Oct. 18 — Town and Country Woman's club. Wednesday, Oct. 19 — Fenton Band Mothers: Fenton Township , Homemakers club. Thursday. Oct. 20 — Blakjer WMF: Ruth circle. Me-danies Amey C h o r 1 a n d, Julian Cherlimd. Odey Cherland, Kllen Cheiian.i. Nellie Thorson, O!>"n. Henry Wilbeig, 'h H.Jverson. Sig Loi;e, J. -risen and Olaf Oftedahl the Esthervillo Circuit invention. Tuesday, held Saviours Lutheran church Curtis Ki nne Car-lie at'cmit VV M.F iit Oui Ray Zwiefel Is $60 To The Good Fenlon—Just being in Fenton Saturday evening, netted Ray Zwiefel the sum of SCO. Ray's name was called for the Cash Night award at 9:30. A name will be drawn for $15 this Saturday' evening. Oct. 15. McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING-HEATING WIRING "We Sell, Install or Service' 1 FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES PHONE 120 or 111 FENTON First Trust & Savings Bank Armstrong and Fenton, Iowa All Deposits Insured Up To $10,000 By F. D, I, C. FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALEi |u>. Phone 3 Iff- Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE US or 17 Dr. i. W, Rutke DENTIST Office Phone 7f Residence 39 Fenton, Iowa HANTfLMAN'S GARAGE Auto ft Tractor tepair* FENTON, IA. PRINTING and OFFICE SUPPLIES Upper De* Maine* Publishing CQ. Fenton P.T.A. Program Held, Meet Teachers Fentori—Paul Voigt, president, presided the business meeting of the Fenton P.T.A. meeting held Tuesday evening. The teachers were introduced by J. F. Beckley. Mr Chase invited all parents to visit school during American Education Week to be held November 6 to 12. Serving on the program committee were Dr. and Mrs J. R. Waite, chairmen, Mr and Mrs Olaf Norland and Mr and Mrs Lyndon Kerber. A tap dance number was presented by Roxie Voigt, Jane Struecker and Lynn Kerber. Yvonne Borchard sang two selections accompanied by Mrs Roger Waker. vocal music instructor. Mrs D.E. Dewel of Algona spoke and showed slides of her recent tour of Europe. Mrs William Miller was chairman of the refreshment committee. Lindsays Enjoy Daughters' Visit Fenlon — Mr and Mrs II. C. Lindsay had as Sunday guests recently their daughter Donna Lola Lindsay, supervisor of the Douglas County Hospital in Omaha, and Grace Yakey, supervisor of nurses at the hospital. They went to Fenton to get another Lindsay daughter, Mrs Bernjce North, who had' been here visiting from her home in California, and drove her to Carroll where she will also visit. Eimers Baby Baptized Debra Jean, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Eimers, was baptized Sunday. Oct. 9, at St John's Lutheran church. The Rev. W. H. Friedrich officiated a. the services. Marlys Jentz and Victor Struecker were sponsors. Mr and Mrs Eimers entertained at dinner in honor of the occtis ion, Mr and Mrs William Eimers. Mr and Mrs Hans Hansen and family of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Harlan Eimers, Mr and Mrs Victor Struecker. Rev. and Mrs W. H. Friedrich and Robert, Mrs Helena Jentz, Marlys and Judy and Dennis Long. Tour Scenic Iowa Mr and Mrs Walter Widdel and Mr and Mrs Frank McFall left early Saturday morning for a sightseeing tour of scenic northeast Iowa. High lights of their trip included, the Wonder Cave and museum at Decprah: St. Anthony's Church, which is the smallest church, located near Festina, la., the Billy Clocks at Spillville: The Villa Louis Mansion at Prairie du Chien; the Spook's Cave and Pike's Peak State Park at McGregor. They also enjoyed a tour of the Mississippi River by boat. They saw the Locks and dam at Guttenburg, an aquarium and fish hatchery and also a button factory. Enroute home Monday, they visited with Mrs Emma Gull at Colesburg. Mrs Gull is an aunt of Mrs Widdel. The local Walther League were hosts to the District Walther League Convention Sunday, Oct. 9. League members from 12 different congregations were in attendance. Supper was served to 265. Mr and Mrs James Widdel and daughter of Hopewell, Virginia were guests Friday of last week in the L. J. Weisbrod home. Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman were among those who attended the Cattle Congress at Waterloo Sunday. They returned home Monday. Webber Yager who has been a patient at Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge, returned home Tuesday of last week. Mr and Mrs E. K. Johnson spent .last weekend with the Forest Hannifans at Dysart and also attended the Cattle Congress at Waterloo. A number of the local members of St. John's Ladies Aid and St. Luke's Ladies Aid attended the Lutheran Woman's Missionary League held at Algona Wednesday of this week. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors in the Stanley Jensen home at Ringsted. Mr and Mrs John Micklick, Caroline and Bobby of Northwood were Sunday guests in the parental Ben Mitchell home. Mrs Eldon Duncan and Mrs Floyd Duncan attended funeral services last Thursdav at Algona for Tommy Leroy Smith, year old son of Mr and Mrs Glenn Smith. Glenn Smith is a nephew of Mrs Floyd Duncan. Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell. Mrs Dick Underwood and Lynnora and Mrs Albert Mitchell spent Sunday afternoon and Monday in Minneapolis. They visited Mr and Mrs Dale Mitchell. and Mrs Underwood also visited her friends, Eulah Gunderson and Lois Vik. The Depew Fellowship circle will meet Thursday, Oct. 13, with Mrs Ernest Berkland. Mr and Mr* Alfred Meyers were Saturday afternoon visitors with the Dave Newells at Clear Lake. Bruc« Gerhart, who has been a oatient at Lake Park hospital, Mason City, returned home Monday. Bruce is the small son of Mr and Mrs Jack Gerhart. Mesdames Carl Priebe, Ray Priebe and Frank Seely were hostesses to the St. John's Ladies Aid Society Wednesday of last week. The Fenton Band Mothers will meet Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 19. at the school gym. Mr and Mrs Phil Wander returned last Thursday from a ten day visit with their son Carrol and family at Bloomington, III Enroute home they visited with relatives at Oelwein and West Union, Iowa. W.S.C.S. Plans A Study Of U. S. Indians Fenlon — The W.S.C.S. of the Fenton Methodist church met in the church parlors on Thursday afternoon. Oct. 6. Reports were given by the various officers. Mrs Don Shaw announced the study course on Indian Americans would start the first part of November, the dates to be announced later. Mrs Eugene Huskamp will teach the course. A letter was read from Ortha Lane, missionary from India. Mrs Dale Weisbrod reported on the Bazaar, rummage sale and food sale to be held on Saturday Oct. 22, at the Community Center Mrs Clarence Underwood gave a brief report about the plans for the celebration of the 15th birthday anniversary of the local WSCS to be held" on Monday. Oct. 17 at 2 p.m. in the church parlors. It was voted that each member bring a penny for each year of her life. This money will be used for Missions. The week of Prayer and Self Denial will be observed Tuesday, Oct. 25th at 2 p.m. in the Youth Chapel. It was voted that the W.S.C.S. purchase six dozen new cups. Devotions were given by Mrs Paul Hudson. Mrs Lester Weisbrod-had charge of the lesson entitled 'The American Indians.' She wa assisted by Rev. C. C.'Callahan who spoke briefly about the Navajo Indians. Mrs Alfred Meyer gave a short talk on the Cherokee Indians and Mrs Ed Bruhn spoke about the Pueblo Indians. Mrs Bruhn had on display many things which the Pueblo Indians had made. Hostesses were Mesdames Art Voigt, Gaylord Johnson, Walter Widdel and John Light. Mr and Mrs Ed Priebe attended funeral services for Alfred Lorenzen at Dana. Iowa Saturday. The deceased is a cousin of Mrs Priebe. Mr and Mrs Norman Schley and family of Dunnell. Minn, were Sunday dinner guests in the Henry Wilberg home. Alfred Meyers and Oliver Sloe- ber attended the Algona District Men's Rally at the Methodist church, Algona, Monday evening. The honorable Allen Whitfield of Des Moines was the guest speaker. Mrs Bob Cheslnulwood of Winterset underwent an appen- cectomy Thursday of last week. Mrs Chestnutwood will be remembered by Fenton friends a> Marilyn Weisbrod. Mr and Mrs Donald Void and son of Lake Mills, and M. D. Stone were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs 'S. E. Straley. Mr and Mrs Amer Cody and Gerald and Mrs Oscar Sorenson attended the dedication services Sunday of the new Lutheran church at St. James. Minn. They were dinner guests in the Ing re Skartved home. The Fenlon Township Homemakers club will meet 'Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 2 p.m. with Mrs Victor Dreyer with Mrs Gerald Radig co-hostess. Members are asked to please note that for this month the meeting date is the third Wednesday instead of the usual third Friday of the month Mr and Mrs Phil Wander went to Rochester, Minn, recently to see a niece who is a patient av one of the hospitals there. LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft Mrs Richard Dallam and girls of Algona were visitors Sunday afternoon at Marlyn Bailsman's home. Mr and Mrs Carl Rath of Armstrong visited Sunday evening at Jim Longs. Everett Householder was a Saturday evening dinner guest of Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth. Evening callers at the Emma Hurlburt home were Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and family. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Donna Zumach spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the Hurlburt home. Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson and family were guests Sunday at the Dale Peterson home in Laurens. Iowa. Janet Krueger, student at Broadlawn hospital at Des Moin cs. spent the weekend at home. Marjorie Hauck was a dinner guests Sunday at the Krueger home. Mr and Mrs Krueger took Janet back to Des Tvloines Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Gomer Evans of Judson. Minn., parents of Mrs Clarence Martin were guests last week at the Martin home. Mr and Mrs Henry Tierman were guests Tuesday afternoon and evening at the Frank Dreyer home. Donald Thomsen. Grand Fork. Noith Dakota, was an overnight guest Thursday of the Andrew Thumsen's. Dinner guests there Sunday were Mr and Mrs Ralph Thoms'en and Lavonne. Sunday dinner guests at the Ornie Behrends home were Mrs Ella Sigsbee of Burt. Mr and Mrs Roy Behrends and Keith of Buffalo Center and Mr and Mrs Sieb Behrtnds and Ilia Mae. Friday Members of the Blakjer W.M.F. society attending the Estherville Circuit W.M.F. Convention held at Our Saviors Lutheran church near Graeltinger Tuesday of last week were: Mesdames Odey Cherland, Amy Cherland, Julian Cherland. John Cherland, Olaf Oftedahl, Carrie Jensen, Sig Logi, Curtis Olsen, Henry Wilberg, Kenneth Halverson and Peter Thursen. Mrs Oftedahl and Mrs Jensen were delegates for the local W.M.F. St. Luke's Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon with hostesses Mrs A. C. Kruger and Mrs Lyndon Kerber. Mrs Earl Rudnick led in a topic dicussion on Lutheran Woman's Missionary League. Mrs Will Miller was in charge of the entertainment. Guests were Mrs Marlin Wegener, Mrs Harlan Eimers and Mrs George Wolters. Mr and Mrs Albert Ullestad 01 Ringsted and Mr and Mrs Roben Ullestad were Friday supper guests in the Kenneth Halver- sun home. The Robert Ullestads left Monday for Devils Lake, No. Dak. where they plan to make their future home. FOR SALE — 21" Admiral T.V. set; including antenna. Two years old. S125.00 Contact J. F. Beckley, Fenton School. 41" Complete Dinners T-BONE STEAKS $1.35 SHRIMP DINNERS $1.10 OYSTER DINNERS $1.00 CHICKEN DINNERS 85c HOME CAFE FENTON evening callers were Mr and Mrs Richard Behrends and Randy and Mr and Mrs Bill Madison and family of Burt. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and girls visited Friday evening in Bancroft at the Joe Kemna home. 1 Mr and Mrs Herschel Hartman and boys spent the weekend in Des Moines visiting relatives. Mr and Mrs Jack Miller of Joliet, 111., and Mrs Anna Newbrough of Humboldt was supper guests Wednesday evening and spent the night at Ralph Thompsons. Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn called there Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Huga Berninghaus of Algona visited Thursday after noon at Wallace McArthur's. Mrs R. G. Borchardt of East Chain, Minn.. Mrs Donald Williams and Randy Lee, Mrs Eugene Borchardt and Mike of Fairmont, Minn., spent Friday at the Clarence Kraft home. Mi's Rose Kraft and MrB James Walker of Algona were afternoon guests. Mr and Mrs Fred Schultz and Dawn spent the weekend in Cedar Falls with his brother and family. Herman Schultz. Mr and Mrs Roy Rosburg of Graettinger were Sunday dinner guests at Jim Lawson's home. Sunday callers of Mr and Mrs C. E. Householder were Mr and Mrs Chas. Householder and her sister of Algona, Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards and Ralph and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards. Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Donald Blanchard home were Mr and Mrs Elmer Franks of Swea City, Mrs Hilme Erickson. Alvin Christenson of Algona and Mrs Maude Blanchard. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich spent Saturday and Sunday in Des Moines where they attended the American Cancer Society Fall convention. Mrs Orville Gardener and Wendy Sue accompanied them and visited friends. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig, Mr and Mrs Carl Peterson were host to the club 175 Blacksmiths and Welders, Sunday afternoon at the Flaig home. Mr and Mrs Lyle Goedke and Terry of Cylinder called Wednesday evening at the Dale Wegener home. Sunday Dale Wege- ners and Connie were dinner guests at the parental Fred Wegener home in Algona in honor of COLD WEATHER is creeping up on us! PLACE YOUR COAL ORDER NOW! Be Comfortable These Chilly Nights & Mornings ! FENTON CO-OP. ELEV. FENTON, IOWA SPECIAL SALE ON CORN CRIBS - SAVE $ 1 — 1200 Bu. Siebring List Price $393 - NOW or — 1500 Bu. Siebring List Price $500- NOW __ 1 — 1100 Bu. Sioux, Price $391.75 - NOW Drag Tunnel Per Foot $319.00 $400.00 $310.00 $1.15 Implement FENTON, IOWA Mr and Mrs Gordon Wegener and Christi of Greenville, South Carolina, who were visiting here. Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth entertained Friday evening for supper Mr and Mrs Lawrence Zwiefel of Swen City. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs W. O. Dreyer and Mr and Mrs Victor Dreyer and Mr and Mrs Glen San. Judy and Jane. It was Mrs Zwiefel's birthday. Mr and Mrs Paul Bernard, Mr and Mrs Roger Palmer took Nor-na Bierle to Minneapolis Sunday where she entered Gale Institute to become an airline receptionist. 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