The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1956 · Page 36
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 36

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Seneca Group Plans A Club Trip In March Seneca — The Seneca Homemakers Club met with Mrs Clarence Osborn. last Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Ole Pede'rsen as co-hostess. During the business meeting the group made an itinerary of their club trip to Mason City which has been planned for the middle of March. The group will hold a work meeting in March when they will Work on colored aluminum trays. Mesdarnes John Struecker and Earl Crouch talked and demonstrated fabrics. Homemakers in attendance in addition to the hostesses included Mesdames John Struecker, Victor Struecker, R. J. Helmers, Martin Wilberg, Earl Crouch, Henry Looft, Ted Jensen, Harold Gron- htivd, Lyle England, Clarence Menz, Woodrow Kracht, Siabolt Behrends, Everett Witham, Will- inm Dorsey and Mrs Theresa Steflug. 3e« Girls Finals The Seneca girls basketball team, managers and cheerleaders accompanied by Coach and Mrs Harold Gro'nhovd and the girls basketball team, from Fenton, also Coach and Mrs Fred Wessen- -.3- More Eggs-m>he official Florida state-rest ending In 1954 Hy-Line 934 white egg layers produced 37 more eggs per bird than the contest quality Leghorns. Excellent Livability-in the same test, Hy-Line 934 finished the test with no death loss -100% livability Higher Feed Efficiency-although the/ laid 37 more eggs per bird, Hy-Line 934 layers actually ate 8 Ibs. less feed per bird than the Leghorns. Join other profit conscious poultrymcn this year Put Hy- Line 934 white egg layers in your laying house Reap extra profit three ways CROCK HY-LINC 934 NOW FROM CALVIN VAUDT, Fenton LYNDON KERBER, Cylinder FRANK SEELY, Ringsted „ WALTER VAUDT. Whittemore WHITTEMORE HATCHERY. Whittemore A New Kitchen ... like Magic // \\ \\ ouf of a Haf.' Just one coat of Supermix 4-Hour finamel can make your kitchen and bathrpom walls and woodwork look like new . . . add sparkling modern color to the whole room . . . make you feel like a very lucky magician. • full gloss with no brush or lap marks • flows freely giving solid coverage • tough/ super-washable finish In 21 Gay-as-Spring colors . . .plus non-yellowing white «|»IH»fO PAINT * P C C 1 A !.. ' from l» AI NT HEADQUARTERS PAPER DROP CLOTH Protect your furniture, rugs and floors while painting. VALUE STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON IOWA Offer New Wide Screen At The Fenton Theatre "Far Horizons" Brings Early Day; Adventures Friends and" neighbors of the Clifford Pringle family gathered at the Iowa Electric Light and Power Co! meeting room in Armstrong Tuesday evening" in a farewell courtesy for them. The Pifingles were presented with a purse as a remembrance from the group and from others who could not be in attendance. Mr and Mrs Delond Votteler and family moved Monday morning to the farm vacated by the former's parents, the Ernest Vot- tlers. The Ernest Vottelers are retiring from farming and moved to Fetiton into a new home which they have just completed building. The Calvin Vaudts of the Fenton area moved on. to the place vacated by the Delond Vot- telqrs. Alyce Petevsen was hostess to the Seneca Sparklers 4-H club at her home Saturday afternoon. Bonnie Mclntire and Carol Hanisch talked and led a discussion. Guests included Mrs Francis Sullivan, Lois Wilberg and Dorothy Petersen. Little Stephen Loge fell on the stairs at school during the junior high basketball game last Thursday afternoon and broke one front tooth loose and cut his gum and lip quite severely. It was necessary to extract the tooth. On Friday Jackie Geilenfeld fell on the sidewalk outside of school and broke off half of one of his front teeth. home at Whittemore in honor,of the birthday of Cleo Meier. Mr and Mri Lee Wdods, Kay and Donna of Hampton visited with Feritofi friends Saturday of this past week. - * Coming Events Wednesday, Mar. 7—St. John':-, Ladies Aid. Thursday, March 8 — Dopew Fellowship Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club; Mabel Circle of the WSCS. Friday, March 9—Legion Auxiliary. Monday, March 12 — Legion meeting. Tuesday, March 13 •— Fenlon Woman's Club. STABBED of. the Sidney Johnson, ".sotl of Ernest Johrisohi of Madrid now employed" iiVPaiidfefii, Md a close call recently when a worker in th* plant went bcrsork and stabbed four won, including Mr Johnson. All four Were hospitalized. DIES Clarke county Jost ono of its oldest citizens recently', in the death of "Ab" Daniel, at R nursing home in Osceola. He wns 96 years old. , Mr Daniel was born in a log cabitt at Hopeville, tmd his adult life was spent near Murray arid Osceola. 591h At Lake City, Mr find Mrs Herman Sylvester recently observed their 59th anniversary. dorf left Friday morning for Des Moines where they attended the final rounds of the Girls State Basketball Tournament. P. T. A.' Meeting There was a good attendance at the Seneca P.T.A. meeting. A film entitled ''Skippy and the Three R's" was shown, depicting the ideal way for a child to learn his. 3 R's. The third and fourth grades presented a short program of choral readings under the direction of Mrs Elenora Petersen and Mrs Walker presented the same group in some songs and a dance. Verle Smith and Claude Johnson conducted a question and answer period on the new school band issue in which everyone or anyone might ask questions concerning the issue. Refreshments were served by the Herman Geilenfelds, Earl Crouch, Martin Wilberg, Henry Wilberg, Roy Mueller, Ted Jensen, Ralph Voigt and Leo Fox. Ted Jensen will be the March program' chairman and the suggested program topic is Health, or Mental Health of a child and teacher. Mr and Mrs Elmer Witham'and Mr and Mrs Everett Witham were Sunday dinner guests at the Perry Lowman home at Sexton. Mr and Mrs Charles Osborn who accompanied by Mr arid Mrs George Wohnke of Bancroft spent three weeks on a trip to California returned home last Saturday. They spent two days in Phoenix, Arizona, and then drove on to California. Other scenic spots which they saw included Boulder Dam, the Grand Canyon and the Painted Desert. The Osborns visited with relatives and friends at Fresno, Calif., whi,le the Wohn- kes visited relatives at Los Angeles. The Pringle family left Friday for their new home in St. Bernardino, Calif. Mr and Mrs Ralph Campbell returned recently from their visit with relatives in California. Scene From "Duel in the Jungle" A new wide vision and Cine- mascope screen at the Fenton theatre will be presented to the public in the Fenton area for the first time this weekend. A rearrangement of the theatre seating has also been made so that there is more comfort and more space between the rows of seats, Oliver Stoeber, theatre- operator, said. The show for Friday and Saturday is "Duel in the Jungle", the Lewis and Clark expedition into the Pacific Northwest. starring Dana Andrews a n el Jeanne Grain. The Sunday ;md Wednesday show is "The Far Horizons" starring F r e cl McMurray, Charles Heston and Donna Reed, the latter an Iowa girl from Iowa Fall:;. Both films are in color. Incidentally, each of these pic- | on 'Thursday, tures will present unusually beautiful photography. "Duel in the Jungle" will show the famous Victoria Falls in Northern Rhodesia. In "Far Horizons" the audience will follow the exploits of SENECA NEWS • Mrs Joe Crowley was hostess to the Seneca Thursday club at her home Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Cecil Baldwin spent weekend before day last at Des Moines where they visited with relatives, the Storms, and also attended the Builders Show. Mr and Mrs Clifford Pringle and children accompanied by the latter's mother, Mrs Albert Cody, left last Friday for St. Berna- liino, Calif., where they plan to make their home. They held a closing out. sale of their farm rna- I'hinerv and household furniture Fenton News Mrs Paul Eigler was hostess io the U Deal Em Bridge Club last Monday afternoon. Mrs Amos Finnestad 'Won high score prize for the club members, Mrs K. W. Ruske, high tor the guests, and Mrs Arlo Ranney won travel prize. Mrs Paul Eigler entertained al a Bridge party Wednesday evening. Mrs Retta Eigler won high score prize and Mrs J. F. Bcckley second high. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland and family were Thursday evening guests ia the Truman Thompson home at Cylinder. Lloyd and Truman were both observing their birthdays. Wednesday afternoon, Mrs Don Weisbrod and her sister, Mrs Velma Rave called on friends at Ringsted and were also guests at the Willing Workers of St. Paul's Lutheran church in Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Derwood Kern, Phyllis and Audra of Estherville we're Wednesday evening supper guests of Mrs Amanda Kern. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family and Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and boys were also evening guests in honor of Mrs Amanda^ Kern's birthday. The Worker's Conference of Ihe Methodist church met Monday evening in the- church parlors 'or, their regular monthly meet- ng. Mrs Ray Zweifel was hostess. ' ' : Mr and Mrs Kern Elrick, Judy and Brian of Jefferson and Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer were last Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs L. J. Weisbrod. Mrs E. W. Ruske was hostess to the Saturday Bridge ,club last week. Guests were Mrs Roy Peterson, Mrs Ray Stoeber and Mrs George Jentz. Mrs Arlo Ranney was awarded high score prize, Mrs Charles Newel, second nigh and Mrs J, A. Schwartz, low. Sunday dinner guests in the John Laubenthal home were Sister Presentation of Charles City. Sister Kathryn of WhUtempre Mrs Clara Thul and son William James Laubenthal and Mr and Mrs Lewis Laubenthal and family of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs C. R. Kollasch of Whittemore were evening guests in the Laubenthal home. Mr and Mrs Martin Hanlelman were guests in the Ted Meier FOR SALE—HOUSE. 7 ROOMS and bath, well located to school imd church. Full basement. All newly decorated, Herman Gade. 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