The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1955 · Page 13
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M*S. AftftifH HAlVtftSON Editor ffiljc December 15,1955 Published By the Upfi«f 0«« MoinM Publishing Co., Al«on«, Iowa Fenton Community Club Elects Officers for '56 F«ntoft-4fembers of the Fenton Corftfnunlty Club enjoyed their artttual Oyster Stew Monday evening, Dec. 12, through the cornpliirtente of- the Upper Des Moihes Publishing Cd., represented at the meetihg by R. B. Waller, editor'. Of the Algbna Upper Des Moines. Following the supper hour, election of officers was held for (the coming ,year. Dr. E. W. Ruskc was re-elected president. Ray Sioebor succeeds Gerald Gochenour as vice president; Merle Voigt succeeds Arnold' Hansen as secretary-treasure). Appointed to act on the steering committee were Dr.. Ruske, Merle Voigt, Wilfred Stoebcr, Lester Wcisbrod and S. E. Straley. Honorary members of the club arc pastors, Rev. C. C. Callahan ;ind Rev. W. H. Friedfich. Plan Gift Exchange The Fenton Homemakers will meet this Friday, Dec. 16, in the home of Mrs Ed Bruhn with Mr? Martin Hantclman assisting hostess. A Christmas gift exchange of 50c will be held, with the item preferably to be hand made. Al! ladies of the Township are welcome to attend. Wed 66 Years Mr and Mrs Will Wcisbrod observed their 66th wedding anniversary Sunday, Dec. 11. In honor of tlio occasion. Mr and Mrs Hugo Denkcr ot Lester, Iowa spent Saturday and Sunday with them. On Sunday, Mr and Mrs Don Weisbrod entertained at dinner, Mr and Mrs Weisbrod. Mr and Mrs Denkcr and Mrs Maude Brown. Pastor Is Host Members of the Blakjer Luther League were guests of Rev and Mrs Havlan Blockhus at a Christmas parly in their homo at Armstrong on Sunday evening. Attend Silver Wedding Mr and Mrs Alfred Schmidt ot Curwith observed their 25th wedding anniversary at their home Sunday, Dec. 11. with open house from 2 to 4 in the afternoon «na 7 to 9 in the- evening. Those attending from Fenlon were Mrs Minnie Drcycr. Mr and Mrs Art Krause. Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyor, Mrs John Koh^we*. Mr and Mrs Larry Alt, Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer, Mrs" Elsie Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Ed Meyer, Mr and Mrs Robert Krause, Mr and Mr:. Herbert Krause. Is College Librarian Roger p^borne, a junior from Fenton, is one of the student ivurkcrs in th«* Simpsnn Cnl'oco library in Indianola. lie is the son 01 Mr and Mrs Clarence Os- bornt' of Fenton. Duties of the student librarians include cataloging of books, taking charge of ciiculation, and general office work. Auxiliary Meets The Legion Auxiliary mrl Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs F.d Bruhn. The Auxiliary sent articles to (lie gift ship 'at the Veteran's Hospital. Five dollars was sent to the Veteran's hospital at Knoxville. In place o< the usual 5Qc gift exchange. Dr. E. W. Ruske members contributed this amount which totaled S" to the fowa Soldiers Orphans Home at Davenport. The Auxiliary i* sending Christmas greetings to the boy? of this community who are in the armed services. Mrs Vernona Nielsen, a charter member of the local Auxiliary, has asked for a transfer to the Auxiliary at Graettinger. where she now lives. Mrs W. E. Laage presented a program on Legislation. Lunch was served by the hostess. The January meeting wUl be with Mrs Merle Voigt. W.S.C.S. Circle Meets The Mabel Circle of the WSCS met Thursday afternoon with Mrs Merle Voigt with Mrs Freelove Weisbrod co-hostess. Circle members voted to send cookies to the Kossuth County Farm for Christmas. Mrs Ray Stoeber was in charge of the devotional period and Mrs Fred Mortenson pnsented the lesion on the Queen of Sheba. Mr and Mrs Chester Skaar and Berncttc were Sunday afternoon callers in the Albert Mitchell hoiiK-. The Skaars were enroutc to their home at Primghar after spending the weekend in the Donald Skaar home at Lake Mills. Children of St. John's Luther- rin church plan to go caroling on Thursday ev?ning. Dec 15. beginning at 0:15 p.m. On Sunday e\enms Dec. KJ, membrT.s of the Walthe: 1 League will go caroling, beginning a! 6:15 p.m. The annual Chri.-tmas program will bv presented on Christmas Eve at St John's Lutheran church. Depew Fellowship circle met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs B G Berkeland with Mrs Robert Berkeland assisting hostess. Circle guests were Mrs Clarence Underwood and Mrs Clarence B'.-rkland. Mrs Albert Mil-, dull was in charge of the devotions ; nd Mrs H L Norheim presented the Bible study. Readings were given by Mrs Paul Zumach. Mrs Mclvin Berkland and Mr* Richard Underwood. Christinas carols were sung by the group. Mrs Kenneth Bellinger was hostess to the December meeting of the Friendly Neighbor clut with Mrs Henry Tteman assisting hostess. Roll call was answered by each member displaying a home made Christmas tree- decoration. Mrs Rueben Luedtke and Mrs Ray Dreyer presented a demonstration on gift wrapping. Mrs Elsie Dreyer was in charge of the program. Various games were conducted. Mrs Ray Dreyer will be hostess to the January meeting with Mrs Elsie Dreyer assisting hostess. Ginger Kay, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Pert! was baptized Sunday Dec. 4 at the Fairville Lutheran church with Rev. A. C. Krueger officiating. Sponsors were Mary Jo Smith and Jim Peril, pinner guests in the Peril home in honor of 'tin- occasion were Mr and Mrs Parker Smith and family of Plainfield. Mr and Mrs Webber Yager and Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager were guests at a dinner for the employees of the Farm Service Co. neld .Sunday evening at the Ker- more Hotel in Emmetsburg. Ricky Shaw, son of Mr and Mrs Donald Shaw was a patient at Park hospital in Mason City, from Monday to Friday of last week. Mrs Albert Mitchell was hostess to the Hook and Eye Sewing club in her home Tuesday afternoon of last week. Club guests were Mrs 1.. J. Weisbrod and Mrs Dick Underwood. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson and Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg visited with Omeal Nelson. a patient at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs E. J. Frank received word from Mr and Mrs R. P. Schiltz of Long Beach, Cal. that they are parents of a baby Rirl born Friday, Dec. 2. She has been named Joanne and is their third daughter. Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley were Thursday afternoon and evening visitors in the Donald Void home at Lako Mills. David Le*. infant son of Mr and Mrs Wallace Christiansen ot Mason City was baptized Sunday, Dec. 11. at the Bethlehem Lutheran church, with the Rev. C. A. Hinz officiating. Sponsors w«>re Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Mueller Jr. and Everett Muel- lor of Fenton. The? little lads arrival on Nov. 19 made a family ol three suns for the Christiansens. Mr and Mrs Christiansen entertained at dinner in honor of the occasion Sunday, Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Mueller Sr. and Everett, Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Mueller Jr. and son Lance of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Forrest Christiansen and Mr and Mrs "Wayne Christiansen and son James of -Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs S. E. Slraley attended the Kossuth County Rural Mail Carrier and Auxiliary any nual Christmas parly held ,at thfe Johnson House, in Algona. Fenton Stores Open Dec. 23 Eve Fenioiv—All Fenlon busi- j ness placfeS will be closed Saturday evening, Dec. 24, the night before Christmas, but they will be open on Friday evening, Dec. 23. The final drawing of the season for the Fenton Merchants Gift Night will take place Friday evening, Dec. 23, at the usual time and in the usual manner. Coming Events Thursday. Dec. 15 — Independence Mixers; Blakior WMF: Ruth circle of the WSCS. Friday, Dec. 16 — Basketball game with Gruver: Fenton Township Homemake; 1 !!; Christmas party for Primary and Junior Division of Methodist Sunday School. Monday. Dec. 19 — Christmas party for Youth Division of Methodist Sunday School. Tuesday. Dec. 20 — Christmas Operetta, at Fenton school. Wednesday. Dec. 21—Band Mothers and student recital at 3 p.m. at Fenton school. Thursday. Dec. 22 — Christmas program at St. John's Lutheran church. Depew. Friday. Doc. 23 — Christmas vacation begins: Chrk-tmas pi o- gram at Blakjer Lu'.heian church, Seneca. Saturday, Dec. 24 — Chiistmas program at St. Luke's Lutheran church and at St. John'.-; Candle Lighting service at Mf-thodiM church. The Seneca ;;onior class were , Saturday evening. The hosts hosts at an all high school party served refreshments at the close li'.iH at the scnool gymnasium ' of the evening's entertainment. $45 Cash Offered Fenton—The cash award has climbed to S45 again for this Saturday night's drawing at 9:30. Car! Ohrtmann was not in Fenton this past Saturday night to claim the S30 his name was called for. Tin- program consisted of :i Christmas reading by Mrs Lois Berhov.- and a cicmon.-tratii'n on Christmas gift v.'iappin^.s by Mrs Everett Witham. Mrs Ly!e" England talked briefly on the Adult Education Classes which v.-ii! b" available t.t AJjiona and otiu-r neighboring towns. i I C' g !O ! S o 0 b 1 3 S e Farmers Attention! TRACTOR SPECIAL F-R-E-E We Will Haul In Your Tractor FfttEE! We Will Steam-Clean Tractor FR On Tractor Overhaul Jobs NOW - And To Jan. 15 t If yeur iraetor needs .an overhaul, TAKE APVANTAGE OF THIS OFFER! We wilt come and gel your tractor and bring il in to our shop FREE, we will sieam-cieao it FREE — ° n a n overhaul job until January 15. Avoid the later rush and save yourself money. Call us now! Weisbrod Implement PHONE 3 FENTON, IOWA Quality is Important In Furniture - And So Is Economy... WE OFFER YOU BOTH A STORE FULL OF WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS! Living Room Suites • Bedroom Suites • Dinette Sets • Occasional Chairs • Lamps • Rockers Magazine Racks & Smokers • Desks • Floor Coverings • Jewelry • Watches For Men & Women From Elgin. all with QUALITY - SELECTION - ECONOMY X! 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