The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1956 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 3, 1956
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MRS. Aprils, 1956 Published By The Upper Dei MelnAl Publishing Co./ Algona, Iowa Fenton Woman's Recipe travel 'Round Country Penton-rAj recipe for good eat, irig, from Fenton, Iowa, is traveling—right into the.home's of more than 2,QOp,000 families across the country!'. , . . ' It is a recipe for Choddlate Macaroons, a favorite of Mrs. W. R, Wolfe, f of Fentbn, Iowa, and it .appears, in the March issue of Town J! Jo\itnal' trfrigazihe.-' • "There's" ho doubt that chocolate is a top-favorite flavor," says Town Journals Fpod Editor.' "When we-askdct out'readers to send us their best chocolate 'recipes, we were , deluged with wonderful ones."!' > ~ '.,' Here is Mrs' Wolfe's recipe-*-' chosen from' over 1 3,000 recipes submitted — for Chocolate Macaroons: % cup vegetable shortening 2 1 oz. squares unsweetened chocolate 2 cup sifted flour 2 tsp. baking powder x % tsp. salt v 2 cup sugar 4 eggs 2 tsp. vanilla Confectioners sugar 1 Melt'together fat and chocolate, Sift flour; measure; sift again with baking powder and salt. • -Add auger to • the chocolate, stirring until sugar is no longer grainy. • ' ' • ! Add eggs one at a time, beating well after each- addition. Add vanilla. • . : , ;. ' • ', Add flour mixture and blend thoroughly. Chill dough for 2 or 3 hours s Dip but rounded teaspoons of BUILDING CONTRACTOR Building-Repairing r Remodeling FARM VVQRK A SPECIALTY "No Job'Too Big, No Job Too Small — With 28 Years of Building Experience" Hantelman Building Service ...forallyouf We're ready at all limes to help every'member of this communily with loans for all needs,! savings plans and •All bank services. May we assist you too,; soon? J Savings ;AVe; Important MjjprVftfpyr-Future! vAtffV, irnpori«ini^lo local progress! This helps us make loans to responsible borrowers, building soundly in this com- munily for your future I It's Good Business To Pay Bills By Bank Check Your cancelled check for pay- ment—whelher for business or household bills — is your • permanent recepit. Open, a convenient checking account, here ! First Trust & Savings Bank - Fenton and Armstrong, Iowa You need MILK... YOU NEVER OUTGROW YOUR FOR MIIK Y ou'll. LOOK BETTER, feel better, actually be better when you drink enough milk. Adequate intake of milk does four wonderful, things for you— maket you sleep better . . . cases nervous tension . . . eiidt talciuni starvation . , • aiidbtffldt strength, uot M Drink at least three glasses everyday. It's the healthiest habit you can have. , »(PHH»MB?....iui..» ».-«»«!-•"• J -'W -- ,_»„„_-._ _. .-.«™r—TW-~ Fenton Co-Op. Creamery "4 Seerf Creamery In, A Good Tpwn" Fenton, Iowa dough. Form int6 small balls. Roll each in confectioners sugar. Bake .in a moderate oven (375 degree) about 10 minutes. (Do not, ovenbake.) Cookies should be soft Whefi taken from oven. Cool .on,a rack. Make 5 to 6 dozen delicious codkles. ' s Fenton Youth, Wed March 24 Fenton — LaVonrte Eckholm, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harvey Eckholm of Armstrong, and Mark Finnestad, son of Mr and Mrs Amos Finnestad were united in marriage Saturday evenihg, Mar. 24. The ceremony was performed in 'the Lutheran parsonage, Fenton, with • the Rev. W. H. Friedrich officiating. Mr and Mrs Marlin Geerdes of ^Armstrong; attended the couple'. • The bride and her attendant both, wore dark blue suits with white accessories. The bride's corsage " was c of red carnations and ;her ^attendant's was red and white carnations. The bridegroom, who Is in the armed servlcje, left .Wednesday morning,, to report back to Camp Ghaffee, Ark. Mrs Clarence Wegener, second high, and Mrs Paul Eigler low. Guests' were Mrs Art Krause, Mrs Mervin Priebe and Mrs .Charles Newel. Mr and Mrs O. J. Benson and daughter Linda .and. Wanda wete last weekend guests in the Robert Wegener home. On Sunday, Mr ana Mrs Benspn were sponsors for Terry Joe, son of Mr and Mrs Norman Wegner. who was Dap- tized at the Fairville Lutheran church. Rev, A. C. Kruger officiating. ' Dinner guests , in the Wegener home in honor of the occasion, were Mrs Elizabeth Baas, Mr ,and Mrs Benspn arid girls,, and Mr and Mrs Norman Wegener and boys. Mrs John Benson, 'daughter Heleh and s6n Norris also of Morris, Minn., accompanied the O. .J, Bensons to Iowa, and spent the weekend with relatives in ' the Depew vicinity., : : ! The Woman's Society of Chiis-; tian Service will meet Thursday afternoon, April 5 with hostesses Mesdames Clayton Ditsworth, Paul Cornelius, Elwin.Schlei and Clarence Osborn. Mrs Dale Voigt will be in charge of the worship service and Mrs Clarence Yager is program leader. ' - , Mr and Mrs Howard Bruhn ate parents of a son born Sunday, March 25, at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville.- , ; The little lad weighed 7 Ibs. 1 oz., and has been named Steven Howard; Mr and Mrs Wayne Boetleher of Lawton, Okla. are parents of a son born March 16. He weighed 8 Ib. 4 oz. and has been named Karen Theesfield Wds Sweti City Man, March 23 Miss.Kkfen Joyce Theesfield, daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl 3. Theesfield of Armstrong, became the bride of Marshall K/ Swanson, son of Mr and Mrs Leonard Swahson of Swei Cityi <Eriday, ' Couple's Club Meets. The Lutheran Couple's Club of Armstrong met Sunday evening at the Blakjer Lutheran church,with 25 couples in attendance. Host couples were Mr and Mrs Sig Loge, Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg, Mr and Mrs Julian Cherland, Mr and Mrs Fred Johanne-. sen, Mr and Mrs Ted Jensen, Mr and Mrs Harold Gronhovd and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson. "The meeting opened with hymn singing by the group followed by devotions by Kenneth Halverson. Gene Helegson, president, presided at the business meeting. The Ted Jensens and Harold Grbnhovds were in charge of the program, which included a discussion, "What Is A Christian", led by Ted Jensen, followed by a film on trie same subject. Mrs Jensen played two songs on her saw, accompanied by Mrs Henry Wilberg at the piano. For entertainment, Sig Logc and Julian Cherland conducted a quiz contest of Bible questions. The contest conducted similar to the TV program, "Do You Trust Your Wife," was won by M^ 1 and Mrs - Verhon ' Johnson of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs W. B. Schmidtke of Morristown, Minn, were last weekend guests in the William Hantelman home. Mrs Larry All was hostess to the U-Deal-Em Bridge Club last Monday afternoon. Mrs Gaylprd Johnson was high score prite, Danny Wayne, Dixie Hudson Of Wes/i Des Moines is spending a couple of weeks with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Scribner. Als9 guests in the. Scribner home frdm Friday to Monday ha've been Mrs Scribner's nieces and Bar- THOMAS FUNERALCHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 FENTON THEATRE Fri. & Sat. April 6-7 HE W*$ HALF THEIR SUE but when he ICKEYROONEYCOLEEN GRAY Sun. Mon. Wed. April 8-9-11 . bara Moore of Des Moines. Norman 'Olson of f Moscow, Idaho, have, been visiting several days with relatives in this locality. He was a Sunday dinner guest in the Curtis Olson hdfne, as were Mr and Mrs Robert Jacobsen and son Tommy of Curlew. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Everett .Zitterick- and family of Terril, Mr and -Mrs Howard Preston and family oi Swea City, Mr and Mrs Gay.losd Olson .ahd^girls and Jerry ;Boevers. '' . '. .' . Easter dinner -guests jn the Clayton Ditsworth .home' -were Mrs Maud 6 Dean and her house- guests, Mr and Mrs Glenn Ditsworth and son Clay of Shawnef , Okla.; Reba Ditsworth of Ea rens, la.: Afternoon callers we: Mr and Mrs Wallace Brown David of Gruver and ' Maidment of Estherville. Mr and Mrs MelVin Petersojtt" and family of Estherville and Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family were Easter dinner and sup'par guests in the Gerhart Hantelrnaji home. , /' ;. Mr and Mrs Gerald Gochenour and family were Easter dinner guests in the Clifford Stevenson home in Humboldt.- Sharon Eigler, who is attending the Methodist Kahler Hospital school of nursing at Rochester, has spent the ,past 'week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler. . , Easier dinner guests of Mrs Olga Huskamp were Mr and Mrs Homar Huskamp and Neil anct Mrs Walter Ross of Britt; Mr and Mrs G. Schmitt, Algona; Mr and Mrs Clarence Arbogast and Adrian, Mrs Carrie Voigt and Mr and Mrs Eugene Huskamp and Trudy. Easter Sunday dinner guests in the Delbert Geitzenauer home were Mr and Mrs Lester Genrich and family of Storm Lake, Mr and Mrs Art Dreyer, Mr and Mrs John Geitzenauer, Mr, and Mrs Norman Finnestad and Craig, and Gene Walker, the latter ot California. Mr and Mrs Lester Theesfield entertained at Easter dinner, Mr and Mrs Art Cassem and family, Mr and Mrs Peter Grabanoski and family, Mr and Mrs Robert Monson and Christy of Armstrong, Mrs Lena Anvick of Fairmont and Mr and Mrs Howard Bruhn and family, Easter dinner guests in' the Art 'Mueller home were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family and Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller and family. Mr and Mrs Glenn, Ditsworth and son Clay of Shawnee, Okla. arrived Friday for a week's visit with Glenn's mother, Mrs Maude Dean. ' f Mr and Mrs Orville Kressin entertained ut a 6 "o'clock dinner Easter, Rev. and Mrs O. J. Gcis- ler, Mr and Mrs George Wolter and son, Mrs Mollie Kressin, Rev. and Mrs W. H. Frieflnuli and Mrs Ella Meyer of Burt. In observance of their wedding anniversary, Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer had as their dinner guests at Roy and Elsie's at Fairmont Tuesday evening, Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger, and Mr and Mrs Darrell Dreyer and Lee. Easter dinner guests 'of Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer were Mr and Mrs Darrell Dreyer, Lee, Kim, and Kay, Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer and Mrs Margaret Rusclj of Algona. , March 23. The ceremony' took place at 4' o'clock at the First Methodist church at Lake Bark.. The Rev. Nelson F. Gfcote performed the double ''ring ceremony in 1 the prcae.nce of only the immediate families of the couple^ Mr and Mrs Harold .Horswell provided the nuptial music. Mrs riorswell was organist and Mr Horswell, . .vocal .soloist. He sang "1 Love You Truly" and "The Lord's Prayer." Attending the couple were Cpl- leen Christiansen of lola, Wis., cousin of the bride, and Ipuane Swanson of Swea City, . brother of the bridegroom. A wedding dinner .Was served following the ceremony at the Gafdston hotel at , Estherville. Attending besides parents of the couple were Mrs -Emily. Peterson, Caroline, Charlotte and Connie Swahson of ' Swea City. Mr and Mrs John : Theesfield of Fenton, ' Darryl .Sifnrnons and Mrs Theresa Simmons of Alpha, Minn. -\ ,- ' • • ' The bridegroom left Easter Sunday for induction into the navy. A reception honoring Mr and Mrs Swanson was- given following^the wedding at the IOOF half at Armstrong with more than 100 relatives and friends attend ing. ' - \ A three-tiered wedding cake centered the table at which Mrs Wayne Davidson of Graettinger presided. The cake was cut and served by two aunts of the bride, Mrs Davryl Simmons of Alpha Minn., and M*s Alvin Zumach of Fenton. Norma Anderson presided at the punch bowl and Marilyn Larson was in charge of registering the guests. Other classmates and friends of the. bride who assisted were Elgene • Anderson, Loretta Jensen, Karon Homsey, Maxine LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft Hypes, Diane Grabjnoski and Marilyn Haworth. James way tine, Duncan Produce Fenton — Arrangements have been} completed whereby Dun- can'Produce will handle the nationally known line oi Jamesway •PouMryjequipmentrm ttye Fentqrj area. Since 1906 the James Mfg. Co. has specialized in the planning, equipping, and ventilating of farm buildings. In addition to selling and servicing the Jamesway equipment, Duncan Produce will be in position to offer planning help to farmers in this territory. , Rev. and Mrs Clifford Nordine visited his mother, Mrs Matilda Nordine at Albert City last Tuesday. , Mr and Mrs Floyd Skank of Bur.t were supper , guests last Sunday at the Fred Genrich home. Thursday evening guests at the Bernard Miller home in honor of Gene's. second birthday were Mr and Mrs Joe Culbertson and family, Mr and Mrs Carl Ewoldt, Elva Ewoldt and Jessie Smith. Sunday afternoon, Mr; and Mrs Bernard Miller and family spent the afternoon and were supper guests at the Alfred'Sch- ultz home at Ottosen. Mrs Franka Schadendorf of Lakota spent overnite Saturday at the Junior Hurlburt home. : Mrs Emma Hurlburt and girls, Merwin' .Hurlburt and Donna Zumach, Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan called Sundaj* 1 afternoon on Mrs Martha Rath. Wednesday for dinner Mrs. Huri- b'urt and Mr and Mrs Junior. Hurlburt were guests at the Harvey Rath home in Algona. Mr .and Mrs Adam Wilhelmi and family were Sunday dinner- guests at the Owen Berhow home. Delmar Fischer and Mrs G. A. Sharp of Algona left Monday to visit at Goodland, Minn, with the Ed Fischers. Mr and Mrs Max Stratton of Algona were guests Friday.eve r ning at the Dale Wegener home., Mr and Mrs Merlyn Bauman and family of LuVerne, Mi' and Mrs Leonard Lampe and girls of Corwith called Friday evening at the Howard Bierstedt home. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and son Jonathan spent Thursday in Mason City and also visited at the Gordon Blanchar^l home. i ', Mrs Rose Kraft, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy, attended the baptismal services for Charla Jo Walker, daughter of Mr anid Mrs James Walker at the First Presbyterian church in Algona Sunday and were dinner guests at the Walker home in honor of the occasion. In the afternoon the Walker family nnd the Clarence Kraft famiJy spent the afternoon and evening at the R. G. Borchardt home in East Chain, Minn. Mrs Noah Reisncr and Mrs Emma Reisner called on Mrs Rose Kraft Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth visited Mrs Lem Marlow Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Delmar Angus and family of Burt called Sunday evening at the LawiTnce Newbrough home. Mr and Mrs Elmur Frank and family, Mrs Hilma Erickson of Swea City spent Sunday after- noon and were supper guests at the Donald Blanchard home. They also attended the Easter Cantata services in the evening at the church. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and Mrs Ruth Krueger called Sunday afternoon in Fairmont at the hospital on Clarence Theesfield. They also visited at the Theodore Krueger home there. Mrs Glenn Householder, Alton Pettit and Mrs Ethel McChesney went to Estherville Friday to get Mrs Amanda PettU who was released from Holy Family hospital. Mr and Mrs Albert Johnson and family of Swea City, Sharon Klein, Marion Beavers, Marsha Hartshorn and Larry Menz were coffee guests at the Delmar Fischer home Sunday evening after the Cantata services. Mr and Mrs Francis Foley of Burlington spent the weekend at the Wayne Lynch and Willard Thompson homes. COMING' EVENTS Wednesday, April 4—Voting on Bond issue for Sentral School; St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid. Thursday, April 5 — Fairville Ladies Aid; Woman's Sofiety of Christian Service. Monday, April 9—Legion meeting. Tuesday, April 10 — Fentou Woman's Club. AWARD ,. Dr, R. C. Steward, a Lament veterinarian, recently was awarded a Boone & Crockett plaque, an exclusive hunting award, for winning third place in a hunting competition. He entered a trophy whitetailed deer head, taken from a buck which he shot Backbone State park in 1953. The Boone and Crockett club was organized by Theodore Roosevelt in 1886. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT .IT HOMER MATTHIESEN Phone 141 Fenton, la. We Take Pleasure in Announcing Our Appointment As JAMESWAY DEALER in POULTRY EQUIPMENT for this community Veafoi U tfa to B ee DUNCAN PRODUCE FENTON, IOWA FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERi DEALER Bu>. Phone 3 Ret. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 9r 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 "Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repaid FENTON, IA. 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