The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1956 · Page 29
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 29

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 24, 1956
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MM, AADITH MAtVttSON January 24, 1956 ly Ttt* Upp tin Publithing Cot, Algona, Iowa Shower Honors Nov. 24 Bride At Fenfon Fenton—Mrs Eldon Brown was honored at a miscellaneous shower Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 17, at the Fenton Methodist church. Mrs Al Hewitt of Mason City was in charge of registering the guests. Mrs Frank Seely was in charge of the program. Mrs Darrel Underwood sang, accom.- panied at the pi.'ino by Mrs Wendell Rusch. An original reading was presented by Mrs Arlo Ranney. Mrs Ted Jensen played two selections on a saw, and Mrs Eugene Huskamp accompanied her at the piano. Mrs Frank Seely gave a reading and the program closed with a song by Mrs Jack Gerhart, accompanied by Mrs Huskamp. Mrs Brown was assisted in opening her many lovely gifts by her sister, Joyce Niemann of Armstrong and Mrs Al Hewitt, Lunch was served from a tea table with Mrs Joe Madden and Mrs Frank McFall pouring. Hostesses were Mesdames Victor Struecker, John Struecker, Frank Seely, John Theesfield, .Frank McFall, Joe Madden, George M. Jorgenson, Ray Zwiefel, Donald Weisbrod, Clarence Undefwood, Roelf Miller, Al Hewitt,' Henry Wilberg, -Kenneth Halverson, Herman Geilenfeldt, Alfred Meyers, Earl Crouch, Clarence Osborne, Fred Greinert and Mervin Jentz. Marlene Niemann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Neimann of Armstrong, and Eldon Brown, son of Mr and Mrs Fred Brown were married Nov. 24 at St. Mary's Catholic Church Rectory. The double ring ceremony was performed at 9:30 by the Rev. L. J. Eisenbacher in the presence of the immediate families of the couple. Attending the bridal couple were Myrna Niemann, sister of the bride and Alvern Hewitt, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. Following the cer9mony, a reception was held for the immediate families at the home of. 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Thursday, Jan. 26 — St. John's WMF at Depew; Dorothea Circle of the WSCS. January 30 to February 4 — Girl's Sectional Basketball tournament. Wednesday, Feb. 1 —St. John's Ladies Aid. Thursday, Feb. 2 — Woman's Society of Christian Service; St. Luke's Ladies Aid. the bride's parents. After the reception, the couple left on a two weeks wedding trip thru the western and southern states. They are now residing on a farm near Fenton. The bride is a graduate of the Armstrong high school and was formerly employed by Dr. Henriksen. The bridegroom is a graduate of Fenton high school and has been farming near Fenton since his discharge from the Army. Blakjer Hostesses Mrs Lawrence Johannesen and Miss Tilda Johannesen were hostesses to the Blakjer WMF Thursday afternoon at the church parlors. Rev. Harlan Blockhus was in charge of the devotional period and Bible study was presented by Mrs O. T. Cherland. A program on Charities was presented by Mrs Lawrence Johannesen. Participating were Mrs Sig Loge, Mrs Otto Wilberg and Mrs Ole Pederson. Miss Tilda Johannesen. who will'soon be moving to Fairmont, was presented with a farewell gift from the society. Town-Country Women Elect The Town and Country Woman's Club met Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs Herschal Hartman with Mrs George O. Jorgenson assisting hostess. During the business meeting, election of officers was held. Mrs Jack Gerhart was relected president: vice president. Mrs Dale Weisbrod; treasurer, Mrs J. Wallace Smith: recording secretary, Mrs John Struecker; Corresponding secretary, Mrs Eugene Husk- karnp; Historian, Mrs Calvin Vaudt. For the program 'Take Time for Reading' was presented by Mrs Kenneth Johnson and 'Take Time for Music' w.ns presented by Mr& Wendell-Rusch. Mrs Mervin Priebe will be hostess to the February meeting with Mrs Arnold Hansen assisting hostess. Mrs Stoeber Hostess The Ruth Circle met in the home of Mrs Wilfred Stoeber Thursday afternoon with Mrs J. F. Beckley assisting hostess. Ten members answered roll call, and Mrs Raymond Stoeber was a circle guest. Mrs Charles Weisbrod was in charge of the devotional period and Mrs John Luce presented the lesson. Answer Fire Call The Fenton Fire Department answered a call to the home of Mrs Lena Zumach on Wednesday afternoon of this past week. Mrs Zumach summoned the Fire Department as a pre-cautionnry measure when the furnace lie- came over-heated. No damage was done, and the services of the fire dept. were not needed. weighed 7 Ibs. 11 oz. and has been named Patricia Lorraine. Township Homemakers The Fenton Township Homemakers guest-day met Friday afternoon Jan. 20 in the home of Mrs Lloyd Berklanct with Mrs Henry Schroeder co-hostess, with 21 present. A presentation of 'One Dish Meals' was given by Mrs Owen Berhow and Mrs Claire Bollinger. Mrs Paul Voi'gt was in charge of the entertainment. 140 At J-D Day A large crowd enjoyed the John Deere Day program held Thursday afternoon at the local theatre. There were 140 in attendance. The following prizes were awarded to six lucky winners. Mark Voigt, son of Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt, won the child's prize; Miss Jones, daughter of Howard Jones at Seneca, won the 'ladies prize. Three prizes were awarded to the n)en. First, an aluminum scoop shovel, Henry Wilberg: second, 35 Ibs. pressure gun grease, Mr Richards of Lone Rock; third prize, a grease gun filler was won by Art Schroeder. This special John Deere Day program was compliments of Lester Weisbrod, local John Deere Dealer. A Mrs Widdel Hostess Mrs Duane Widdel entertained at a party Friday afternoon in honor of Patty's second birthday. Enjoying the courtesy were Mrs Douglas Johnson and Linda and Bill Thackery and Dennis of Armstrong: Mrs Don Steinberger and Jimmy, Mrs Lyle Weisbrod. Ronnie and Roger, and Mike and Melvin Mansager. Evening guests at the Widdel home in honor of Patty's birthday were Mr and Mrs Richard Krumm and family of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Merwin Widdel and family of Ringsted: Mr and Mrs Walter Widdel, Mr and Mrs Harry Haase, Mrs Edith Hayenga, Cheryl and Marcia Gross. . I Mr and Mrs Norman Larson and family and Mr and Mrs Carl Beck and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Clarence Ar-, bogast home. Mr and Mrs Carroll Charlson of Estherville were Saturday dinner and afternoon guests in the Henry Wilberg home. The Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet Thursday afternoon Feb..2 at the church parlcfrs. Mrs Oliver Stoeber will be in charge of the worship service and. Mrs J. Wallace Smith the program: Rev. Kilmer of the Baby Fold at Dubuque will be guest speaker. Hostesses will be Mesdames Jack Gerhart, Ray Stoeber, Retta Eigler and Dale Voigt. The Dorothea Circle of the W.S.C.S. will meet this Thursday afternoon, Jfin. 26 with Mrs Don Weisbrod. Mr and Mrs James Hypes have been at Wakefield, Neb. this past week. They were called home last Sunday by the unexpected death of Mr Hypes' father. Mrs Dreyer Is Hostess, Fenton Neighbors Club Fenton— The Friendly Neighbor Club met a week ago Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs Ray Dreyer with Mrs Elsie Dreyer assisting hostess. Sixteen members answered roll call and enjoyed an exchange of coupons. The club voted to give $5 to the March of Dimes fund. For the program, Mrs Don Weisbrod gave a reading. Various games were conducted by Mrs Weisbrod and Mrs Calvin Vaudt. The birthdays of Mrs Hans Baago and Mrs Kenneth Bellinger were observed. The February meeting will be held with Mrs Herschal Hartman with Mrs Bessie Hartman assisting hostess. " Is Guest Speaker Dr. L. H. Preul, Algona District Superintendent of the Methodist Church, delivered the Sunday morning sermon recently at the Fenton Methodist church. Rev. and Mrs Preul and daughter Joanne and Mr ahd Mrs Byron Preul of Windom, Minn, were dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Lyle Newel. Mr and Mrs Wendell Rusch and Margo were recent Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Frank McFall home. Mr and Mrs Paul Schafer, Tommy and Timmy of Fairmont were visitors in the parental Schwarzenbach home. Pamela and Alan Schafer who had visited with their grandparents returned home with their parents. The Ruth Circle of the WSCS met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs Wilfred Stoeber with Mrs J. F. Beckley assisting hostess. Mr and Mrs Richard Krumm and family of Armstrong were recent Sunday guests in the Duane Widdel. home. Patty Widdel who had visited with the Krumms returned h'ome at this time. Last Sunday, Jan. 22 was Laymen's Day in the Methodist church. The Lay Leader, Alfred Meyer was in charge of the services during the morning worship hour. Other Laymen participated in the services. Mr and Mrs Don Steinbergaf and family were recent visitors in the John Carroll home at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Claude Shaw and Michael Rogers of DCS Moines were weekend guests in the Don Shaw home. Earl Dean, who has been confined to his home by illness, entered St. Ann hospital, Monday. Otto Wilberg of Ringsted and Kenneth Halverson accompanied Rev. Harlan Blockhus of Armstrong to Minneapolis where they attended the Mid-Winter Conference on Evangelism held at Central Lutheran Church. Mr and Mrs Arnold Haller, Marcia and Dennis of Marble Rock were recent weekend guests in the parental Morris Mitchell home. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and Lynnora. Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius and Ray, Mr and Mrs Ed Uthof and family, Mrs Carrie Odin arid Beverly and Sharon Klein of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Alfred McNamar and family o£ Ringsted were Sunday afternoon and evening guests in the Lloyd Cornelius home at Graeltinger. ' Friday evening guests recently in the Glen Flint home in honor of Mrs Flint's birthday were Mr and Mrs Ed Uthof and family, Mr and Mrs Ray Uthof and son, Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joan ahd Mr ahd MfS Don Uthot and family of West Concord, Minn. The Don Uthof . family were overnight guests in the Ed Uthof home. Mr and Mrs Eldon Brown were honored at a housewarming party Sunday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs John Strueck* er, Mr and Mrs Victor Stfueckef, Mr and Mrs Eugene, Vaudt, Mr and Mrs Elmer Maahs, Mr and Mrs Cecil Lartgermah and Mr and Mrs Frank Seely. CARD OF fHAMKS 1 wish to extend my thanks to all our friends for their many acts of kindness during my recent illness. 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Steven Priebe, son of Mr and Mrs Mervin Priebe, underwent an appendectomy at the Holy Family hospital Wednesday of this past week. Chris Egland is a patient at the Holy Family hospital. Mr and Mrs Eugene Mansager are the parents of a daughter born Sunday Jan. 15 at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville. She NOW A TRAVELING FEEDER for the GEHL New Auger-Type feed conveyoi . . delivois to truck, bins, 01 outdoor bunkers. P.TO drive Irom tractor and 6V Bell Drive'' increases capacity up to 50%. you j!n"<] anywhere Get Your Order In Now For FERTILIZER & GRASS SEED Also Place Your Order Now For BULK SPREADING To Be Done Now Or At A Later Date Wi HAVE PURCHASED A SPREADER TRUCK ! FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR When You Trade Here You Do Business Wiih Yourself ! Gehl, a leader in hammer mill quality for over hafl a century, now has a NEW TRAVELING FEEDER with a big- capacity rubber belt for fast, even feeding of grain or ear corn. It has two speeds. . fits No. 41 Gehl Hammer Mills with P.T.O. Drive. 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And what a story of scientific progress, for in 1927, it required nearly two pounds of coal to do what this handful does today! It's another proof that, with science on the job, we need have no worry about the cost of electricity. Just think, with the energy from a mere handful of coal I cool you with on ELECTRIC FAN for 18 HRS. Reddy Kilowatt has a right to boast! A new era of comfort and convenience has opened for Iowa folks! Now you can "teat the heat" with Reddy's help — and better still, do it at a pleasantly low cost. +US1NG 1 KWH LAUNDERS 3 WASHfR LOADS* That's right! Reddy has relieved Mom of the messy, tiresome job of washing loads of soiled clothes. Reddy does it all — she doesn't need to touch a hand to water! No wonder Reddy boasts that he's "taken the blue out of Monday!" He's always "reddy" — never a day off — and he works for pennies a day. IOWA ELECTRIC POWER

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