The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1956 · Page 35
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M*t AftDETH MAIVHSON N*w» tdftor March 6, 1956 PubliiKftd ly fh* Upp«r OM Mttlntf Publishing Co., AlgOrta, lowo Fenton Progressive 4-H Club Left to right. Back tow: J6hn Ruerer, CSary Borkland, Darrcl Berkland, Dr. Vincent Votieler (L), entertainment, the society made plans for a plan{"sale to "be heI3 at the next meeting. Mrs Marlin Wegefter, was jjvel-' corned as a new 'nrt&rhber of the society. Guests. Were Mrs GenC Zinnell, Mrs Truman Thompson, Mrs Eryin Berrkland and Mfs Robert Orethen ali of Cylinder. Mrs Martin Berkland and Mrs Mervin Priebe of Fenton. Ai 45th Annhr«r»ary . Mrs Don Weisbrod left Saturday morning for Moultpn. la., for a visit with her parents, the Clarence Stansberrys. She Was accompanied by h*r sister, Mrs Velma Rave of Orange City who come here on Friday. On Sunday, the Stansberrys celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary. All the children were home for Fenton, Earl Jenlz, David Finnestad, Jack Munch. Front row: Dennis Newel, Jerry Waite, Bill Jerttz , the occasion, it being the first (vp), Roger Dreyer (p), Norman Bellinger. Absent: John Jentz). I time in 20 years that all of them had been together. Mrs Rave and Mrs Weisbrod returned home Monday evening, and Mr£ Rnve Fenton Phone Co. Reelects Two F«nion — Trie annual meeting of the , Fenton Cooperative' Tele- phorte Company was held Saturday afternooft, March -3, at , the Fenton ComrfiunSty Center, with an average n^rnber of merrrb,ef& in attendance.' Norman Larson and Hans Baago were re-elected to the 'Board. Hospital Notes William Voigt returned home Tuesday of the past week from thei Methodist hospital at Rochester. Minn. Mr Voigt had been hospitalized for over three weeks. Ricky Shaw, son of Mr and Mrs Donald Shaw was a patient at University hospital in Iowa City, from Feb. 22 tao Feb. 29. Mra' Lena Zumach underwent major . surgery ThurS'jiy at the Holy Family hospital at Esther- vine.' Mr and Mrs : Arthur Mueller went to Rochester, Minii., Tuesday of this last week,' where Mr Mueller entered ,the Clinic for^ a medical check-up. , John Olson underwent d serie? of four blopd transfusions at the Holy Family hospjtal, . Friday andVgBturday of this last week. Rev. 'Harold Norheim, pas ient at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Mrs Arnold Krause is still hospitalized at Iowa City. Missionary Here March 20 The Woman's Society of Christian Service met Thursday afternoon March 1. Mrs Charles Newel was in charge of the worship period. Mrs E. J. Frank was in charge of, the program, assisted by Mrs Dale W«isbrpd,-Mrs E. W. Ruske and Mrs Clarence Yager. A communication was read from the General Department of United Church Women, acknowledging the cooperation of the •local WSCS in the World Day of Prayer and their offering of $29.50. Mrs Wilfred Stoeber, secretary of children's work of the WSCS, announced that for this -quarter, March through May, the children in the Primary Department of the Sunday school will begin a study of the Indian American. Mrs Stoeber will be assisted by the teachers of this department. The members of the WSCS will serve the Junior-Senior Banquet to be held Friday, April 27. Ortha Lane, missionary from the Philippine Islands will speak at the • church on Tuesday after- noop, March 20. Hostesses were M e s d a m c s Eugene Huskamp, Charles Lovejoy, Wilfred Stoeber and William Haase. . Committee' was presented by Mrs Ray Stoeber and Mrs Don Weisbrod in a humorus and highly entertaining mannur. The meeting adjourned and refreshments were served by the hostesses. Fairville Aid Met The Fairville Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon with host- e.sses Mrs Lloyd Berkland and Mrs Gene Wegener. .Rev. A. C. Kruger conducted a Bible quiz, and Mrs Lloyd Berkland was in charge of the shower last week Tuesday. , Mr and Mrs Frank McFall and Mr and Mrs Clarence Under- Wood returned last Thursday cye- iiing from a two week's vacation in the Southwest States. Points Of interest included the Grand Canyon* Carlsbad Cavern, OW Mexico, the St. Antonne Missior, and the Collidge Dam near Globe. Ariz. While in Phoenix, Ariz, the Iowa picnic was being held, so they saw a large number of former Fen.'ton folks at the picnic and were also guests in tho home of several. Among the folks whom they saw the Joe Philips, Dean Lulkins, Albert IMeckwenns, W. E. Stoebsrs, A E. Nelsons, Clarence Weisbrocls and Shelby Weisbrods. Mr and Mrs Wayne Alderson and Patty were Sunday guests in the Jay Wood home at Jeffer- soh. ; Sunday aflerndn guests in the William Voigt home werte Calvin Vaudl of Crystal Lake, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Oade and family and Mrs Anna Wehrspann of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family. Mr and Mrs Ed Uthof and fam- ily, Mrs Carrie Odin and Beverly, of Seneca and Mr and Mrsjlay,-, Payne of Lake dity Wure Sun*'day dinner guests in the Lloyd Cornelius home at Graettinger. The occasion was in observance of Leonard Cornelius' birthday Ms and Mrs Gil***! .S** 1 *"?** spent Sunday in Des Momes with- Mr and Mrs Tom Gilbert and Mr; and Mrs J. R. Snedes. , ^ visited here until Thursday. Mr and Mrs Konnclh Halrer* son, Merle and Barbara spent Sunday with Humboldt relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel and family moved this past week into the house owned by. the Kenneth Jacksons of Lone Rock. The Homar Matthiesen family have moved into the house vacated by tho Widdel family. Bowling friends honored Mrs Fred Grienert at a personal . tor of St. John's Lutheran church at Depew is hospitalized at Emmetsburg with rheumatic fever. Mrs Morris Mitchell is a pat- THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmert and ; f?unerql Directors Roliablo 24 Hour , Ambulance $«rvlej 'Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTiP 21001 21006 20216 Woman's Club Skil The postponed meeting of the Fenton Woman's Club was held Tuesday, Feb. 28, in the home of Mrs E. Ruske with Mrs Arlo Ranney co-hpstess. Roll call was answered by fourteen members Four guests were present, Mrs Amos Finnestad, Mrs E. Dreyer, Mrs Oliver Stoeber, and Mrs Velma Rave, the latter of Orange City. . President, Mrs C. R. Ditsworth reported that the 'Book on Etiquette' by Amy Vanderbilt has been received and will be presented to the Fenton school by her in the name of the club. Mrs Ray Stoeber and Mrs Don Weisbrod were in charge of the program. News sheets of the Fenton Reporter were handed each one present and special news iterrjs <a~rtd' pictures of interest taken from the' files dating bacl< to 1934 to the present were rend and enjoyed by all. • A one-act skit, 'Going Around CARD OF THANKS I sincerely thank all my friends, relatives and neighbors for the cards, calls and kindness while I was a patient at Palo Alto Memorial hospital and Rochester Methodist hospital. Win Voigt 10* Fenton Business Men Invite You To Enjoy The New Vision Screen NEW AND BETTER THEATRE SEATING, AND BOOKINGS FOR 1956 AT THE Offer Expires MARCH 22 ASE JOB WITH EVERY ALSO - FREE, With Every Oil Change, $2.50 Worth of Gold Bond Premium Stamps. TOTAL FREE VALU OF $3.75 CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincerest thanks for the many flowers, gifts and cards received during my recent hospitalization. Mrs Retta Eigler 10 A CHICK Today Means A CHECK Tomorrow Welp's pWcks — Place Your Orders Now! Welp's Feeds — gave Up To $11 Per Too by Bulk. Phone Your Order COLLECT. To FwUon 6 — Top Prices Paid For Poultry — We Me?i Ml Competition In Prices. DUNCAN PRODUCE - Fenton Service Co. Wife 1 !" 1 T'lSrA 6 HrSr I WO £ filJut/Li 1 ¥9 v Friday & Sat urday, March 9-10 ' JEANNE DANA • "• "• "~" s «"""r"3 DAVID RRAR Free Pickup & Delivery Phone 157 Fenton, Iowa o:^:omo:<ig«ao:o:o3^^^^ PENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY OINERAl INSURANCE j. WALLACE SMITH WEISBROD HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE 9ef f^iMing « Dr. i. W. Ruske DENTIST OH«e« Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAQE |, Tractor R«pqir» The FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You AT FINTON % ANNOUNCEMENT For BETTER SERVICE to You, And To Save You Money, We Now Offer The Use of Our TRUCK FOR CUSTOM APPLICATION OF ANY DRY FERTILIZER ! Fast and Economical Custom Service Will Sgve Ypu Money and Time. PLAN TO USE IT THIS YEAR NTON CO-OP ELEVATOR FENTON, IOWA Home-Owned and Home Operated 3 safaris into 40 African thrill-locales capture tliis raging SMASH HITS IN COLOR! Susiday & Wednesday, March 11 & 14 Afternoon Meifines Sunday, 2:30 p.m.; Evenings 7:30 p.m. The frontier adventure of Lewis and Clark and the Indian girl who guided them! SAM MARX »T. J. MORRISON • & K"KENNEDY" • AJVIOUUN PRODUCTION -MARCEL HELLMAN ANTONY OWEN- ™,GEORGE MARSHALL WARNER BROS FRED CHAR(.TON MACMURRAY • HESTON DONNA BARBARA REED-HALE COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR WILLIAM DEMAREST • ALAN REED EDUARDO NORIEGA- P^ WILUAM H.PINE ma WILLIAM C.THOMAS cw.tt.a b, RUDOLPH MATE WMIM ..,otr, WINSTON MILLER EDMUND H. NORTH From the novel Sacaiawea ol the Shoshones" to Diiii Gould Cmmoni • A PARAMOUNT PICTURE WATCH FOR DATES-FENTON'S 1956 WEEKLY Drawing For Awards Will Start In Near Future Hcmsen's Standard Service Amie Heusen —" On Highway 44 Fenton Co-Op Elevator Home Owned and A Fenton Booster Priebe's Jqck Sprat Store Your Business Is Appreciated SchuSte Recreation Fenton Is A. Good Town Don's Service Co. Philip's 66 Servics Z u m a c h ' s The Place To Go After The Shew Thompson Yards, inc. Fenton, Iowa Weisbrod Implement Your John Deere Dealer Stoeber Hardware Paints & Wallpaper Bailey Store Groceries — Meats — Dry Goods E. K. Johnson Livestock Buyer — Fenton B & W Chevrolet Don Boevcrs Duane Widdel McFaSI & Rusch Plumbing — Heating — Electrical Wmri9 First Trust & Savings Bank Armstrong & Fenton Dick's Meat and Grocery Dick Theesfieid nsGn's Cold Storage Butchering & Locker Plant — Fenton Petersen Furniture Home of Quality Furniture Weisbrod D-X Service Your Tractor Tire Center

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