The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 27, 1956 · Page 37
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Mil. AftOfTH HALVMSON Newt Editor ; ifenfmt March 27, 1956 Published By The Upper Publishing Co., Aigona, Iowa Senior Play At Fenton On April 13 Fen'lon — The senior class of the Fenton High School will present its class play "Running Wild," on Friday evening, April 13, at the Fenton gym. The play takes place in a Desert Inn, a none too flourishing resort in southern California. The Inn is a quiet place until Don, 1he nephew of the owner of the Inn, comes to stay. Don stages a murder mystery right in the hotel, letting some of the guests in on the plot. It is an exciting and hilarious play. The cast of characters follows: Wayne Gross, Dick Potratz, Jerry Ric'mers, Alvina Miller, Nelda Meyer, John Kressin, Alice Geitzenauer, Beth Ann Newel, Yvonne Borchardt, Ivan Weisbrod, Eugene Lieb, Bill Jolley, Sharon Wichtendahl and Jim Pertl. Independence Mixers Twenty two ladies attended the Independence Mixers Homemakers Club at the Earl.Lufkin home, March 15, to hear Mrs Hope Kuecker, extension economist, explain the Family Living Program. Roll call was answered by 'naming a sla.te capital other than your own.' Mrs Eugene Husk amp and Mrs Bertel Berkeland will attend a training school April 5th, at the extension office. The next meeting will be at If WELP'S Particlized Feed Won't Make Them Lay, They MUST Be Roosters ! Call Us Collect When Ordering WELP'S FEED Bulk or Sack — Free Delivery DUNCAN PRODUCE Phone 6 Fenton, Iowa EASTER SPECIAL FREE CAR WASH WITH EVERY OIL CHANGE AND GREASE JOB, on FRIDAY and SATURDAY MARCH 30 - 31 ONLY For Safe Spring & Summer Driving Use Standard Gas, Oils and Grease And Atlas Tires, Batteries and Accessories. WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS STANDARD SERVICE On Highway^! q< FENTON A New ... Like Magic // / \\ out of a Hot! QT. Just one coat of Supermix 4-Hour Enamel can make your kitchen and bathroom 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-us-Spring colors .. .plus non-yellowing white ^v PAINT*'& from PAINT HEADQUARTERS PAPER DROP CLOTH Pi'Otert your furniture, rugs and floors while painting. TO$ VALUE Stoeber Hardware FENTON, IOWA Mrs Carl Beck's home on April 19th. Mrs Richard Underwood assisted Mrs Lufkin with refreshments. Those in attendance were Mesdames Joy Jensvold, Eldon Rhoades, Thomas Twaiten, Amel Cody, Olga Huskamp, Eugenv Huskamp, Clarence Underwood, Richard Underwood, Edward Solberg, Everett Hartman, Lyndon Kerber, Ernest Berkland, Otto Solberg, Wilfred Bierstedt, Carl Beck, Bertel Berkeland, Earl Lufkin, Henry Moore, Olaf Norland, Clarence Wegener, Charles Feye and Freda Siems. Hqar Missionary Speak A special mission program was held Tuesday afternoon at the Fenton Methodist church. Mrs C. C. Callahan was in charge of the devotional period held "in the Youth Chapel. Mrs Ray Zwiefel and Mrs Marold Schlei sang "The Lord Is My Shepherd' and Mrs Lester Weis- brocl sang, "Jesus Is My Cross Have Taken" and "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross." Mrs Don Shaw accompanied on the violin and Mrs Clarence Osborn at the piano. Ortha M. Lane, Methodist missionary supported by North Iowa Conference, spoke and showed colored slides pertaining to mission work she has been doing in the Philippine Islands. Housewarming Honors Mr and Mrs Ervin Borchardt were honored at a housewavm- ing party Monday evening, Mar. 19. The Borchardts moved from north of Fenton to a farm south of town. Those attending were Mr and ! Mrs Bob Mitchell, Mr and Mrs ' Don Luedtke, Mr and Mrs Will Miller, Mr and Mrs Elwin Schlei, Mr and Mrs Arch Mathers, Mr and Mrs Roy Chrischilles, Mr and Mrs Harold Wehrspann, Mr and Mrs Ed Uthof and Mr and Mrs Ray Zwiei'el. The evening was spent playing 500. Winning high score prizes were Don Luedtke and Mrs Miller. Low score prize went to Mrs Schlei and Ervin Borchardt. Reeled Cowans And Borchardt, Creamery Board Fenltoft — The annual meeting of members and patrons of the Fenton Co-Op Creamery was held Saturday, Mar. 24, at the Community Center. Frank Barker, manager of Iowa Dairy Industry Commission and Ernie Smith, Slate Milk Inspector, gave very informative and interesting talks. Lunch was served by the Dorothea circle of the Methodist church to 216 in attendance. H. J. Gowans and Irvin Borchardt were re-elected directors for a term of three years. At the organization of the board, following the meeting, H. J. Gowans was elected president, Irvin Borchardt, vice president and Alfred H. Meyers, secretary- treasurer. Fenton P.T.A. To Meet, See Movies Fenion 1 — The April meeting of the Fenton PTA will be held Tuesday evening, April 3. Serving on the program committee are Mr and Mrs Ervin Ruhnkf chairmen: Mr and Mrs Ed Rei' tiers, and Mr and Mrs Willard Vlenz. Mr William Dau Sr. of Mgona will show movies of a recent trip to Florida and Cuba. r or music, Janice Hannover and Jcneane Zwiefel will play a piano duet. Serving refreshments will be Mesdames Elmer Greinert, chair- nan; Paul Eigler, Amos Finnestad, Lloyd Finnestad; Fritz Frcyholtz, Fred Frink, Earl Fuoss, Gerald Gochenour, Donald Gross, Harold Gross, William Haase, Arnold Hainzinger, Sylvester Hainzinger and Rudolph Hannover. Mr and Mrs Frank McFall entertained at dinner Monday evening, Miss Ortha Lane, Rev. and Mrs C. C. Callahan and Mr and Mrs John Thcesfield. Mr and Mrs Ray Verbrugere and Lois were Monday evening | visitors in the Oliver Stoeber lome. M* and Mrs Ed Pricbe returned home Tuesday after spending the past couple months in Florida. Larry Rool was a patient at the Iowa State College hospital from Wednesday to Friday last week. Sunday dinner guests at the Donald Root home were Mr and Mrs Clint Burdick of Emmetsburg and Mr and Mrs Earl Taylor and family, of Ruthven. Friday evening guests in the Paul Eigler home in honor of Mrs John Kohlwes' birthday were Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohlwes and family, Mr and MVs Everett Drcyer and Mrs Minnie Dreyer Herman Haack is a patient at St. Ann hospital, Aigona. Mi Haack suffered a heart attack a FREE BABY CHICK Two live baby chicks to each youngster at the 10:30 A.M. or 2:30 P.M. Matinee FENTON THEATRE SATURDAY, MARCH 31, Courtesy of MAAHS HATCHERY, Whittemore is home Monday afternoon. Coming Events Wednesday, March 28— Ellen circle of the WSCS; WMF at St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, Tuesday, April 3 — PTA. Wednesday, April 4—St. Johns Ladies Aid. Thursday, April 5 — Falrville Ladies Aid; Woman's Society of Christian Service. I FOR SALE — 3 PIECE BED- room suite. Fenton. Mrs Walt Widdel, 13* Wf Get Cauqtt WieTime Squeeze.' s^ I l# /$ X- y f Idealist 4-H Met The meeting of the Independence Idealists 4-H club was called to order on March 13 in the home of Joanne Lufkin with Vcrgene Norland as co-hostess. Verdene Voster and Mary Jane Brown presented a demonstration and Judy Weiner and Vcrgene Norland gave talks. Linda Brown, Sue Moore and Dixie Arbogast were in charge of entertainment. Lunch was served,, k . by the • hostesses ..tand t^eir mothers. Vergene Norland, reporter. Mr and Mrs M. P. Nemilz attended confirmation services at the Lutheran church, Aigona, Palm Sunday, and following services were among the dinner suests in the Fred Meyer home. Jerry Meyer was a member of the confirmation class. Fenton Plans Weekly Award To Start Soon Fenion—The Community Club met Monday eve., Mar. 19, for regular meeting and supper. The wives of the business men were the guests of the supper, served to 39, preceding the business meeting. At the business meeting i\ committee was appointed to make arrangements for the Saturday bank night drawing. The committee is J. Wallace Smith, Roy Peterson and Wilfred Stoeber. A discussion was held on play ground equipment and. a committee appointed to look into the possibility of a basketball and tennis court. Albert Sfliwart/enbach and George O. Jorgenson wen- .appointed to this committee. Welcoming cards have been given to people who have'recent- ly moved into the Fenton trade area. Following the business meeting two films were shown, "Steel man Servant" and "The Bounty of the Forest", ilie local Boy Scouts wi're also present to view the films. FENTON~T¥EATRE Fri. & Sat. Mar. 30 - 31 Sun. Mon. Wed. 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