The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1956 · Page 37
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MM. Aft&ffH HALVtftSON N*wt Editor April 10, 1956 Published By the Upper tJes Mdinet Publishing to., Algeria, Iowa THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Ftittan, Idwa Experienced Embalmer* and Funeral Directort Reliable 24 Heut Ambulance Sftrvlc* Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phont FENTON 23 RINOSTED 21001 21006 20216 Herman Haack Rites, Fenton, HeldApriU Fenian—Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at St. Luke's Lutheran church for Herman Haack. Mr Haack died early Wednesday morning April 4, following an illness of two weeks. He had suffered a heart attack. • The Rev. A. C. Kruger officiated at the services. The Thomas Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Burial was in the Fairville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Irvin Bruhn, Alfred Bruhn, William Miller, Walter Wegencr, Ed Priebe and Alfred Bierstedt. Mr Haack was born Nov. 10, 1883 in Germany. He came to the United States about 50 years ago. December 31, 1928, he was New & Used Farm Machinery 00 C91 A V&IV -NEW JOHN DEERE 18 ft. Tractor Disk, C97C 18 inch blades, SPECIAL PRICE yA I *J -NEW JOHN DEERE 15 ft. Tractor Disk, OO1AOO 16 inch blades, SPECIAL PRICE -NEW JOHN DEERE endgate seeder -Used John Deere 18-ft. tractor disk, 4 yrs. old, good shape -Used John Deere 15 ft. OEAOO tractor disk -1942 - M — IHC tractor, in very good shape, SPECIAL PRICE -1946 JOHN DEERE "A" tractor with starter & lights & power lift -NEW JOHN DEERE "70" Tractor, not 0OCCAOO power steering, SPECIAL PRICE Weisbrod Implement FENTON, IOWA Notice of Annual Meeting The Annual Meeting of the members of the Fenton Co-Operative Elevator Co. will be held Wednesday, April 18, 1956, at 7:30 p.m. at the Fenton Community Center for the purpose of electing directors and to transact such business as may properly come before the meeting. There will be a program of entertainment and lunch will be served by the Band mothers of the Fenton School. ALFRED H. MEYERS Exec. Secretary FENTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR CO. (15-16) FREE CHICKS Monday, April 16 50 FREE WELP'S CHICKS TO EACH FAMILY STOPPING IN MONDAY, APRIL 16 Nothing To Buy - Just Stop In. Treats Are On Us and Welp's Hatchery ALSO - COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS FREE - BE OUR GUESTS DUNCAN PRODUCE united in marriage to Mrs Dora Bierstedt at Fairville. They retired from farming in 1S43 and moved to their home In Fenton. Ml" Haack: is survived by his wife, a daughter, Mrs Roger Long of Lone Rock, a son, Lyle Haack; three step-Children, Mrs Can Beck, Cylinder,'Willred Bierstedl and Hilbert Bierstedt and eight step-grandchildren. Also a brother, Fred Ha*dck of Hampton and two sisters, Mrs Bertha Hosseisen of Kenton and Mrs Tena Kacting of Algona. Mr and Mrs Oliver Stoebcr, Susan and Steven were Thursday supper guests' in the Joe Lal'fey home at Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern are parents of a 11 Ib. 4 or., son born Tuesday, April 3 at the Emmetsburg Hospital. The Fenion Progressors 4-H Club met in the home of Darrel and Gary Berkland Monday evening. There were 13 members and a guest, Mrs Vincent Vptteler present. 4-H Camp was discussed by- the members and their leader. Lunch was served by Mrs Lloyd Berkland. Mrs E. W. Ruske announces that a total of $133 h,as been contributed to the Red Cross fund through the drive recenty conducted in Fenton. Mrs Ruske wishes lo thank all those who contributed and also the workers who assisted her. They were J. Wallace Smith and Mesdames Florence Behne, Walter Peril, Don Steinberger, Franklin Mueler, W. R. Wolfe and Ray Stoeber. Ricky 'Shaw, son of Mr and Mrs Donald Shaw, received a medical check-up in Iowa City last Tuesday. John Shaw stayed at the home of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs C. E. Shaw in Des Moines and Carol stayed at the E. J. Frank home. Mrs Robert Johannesen and children of Minneapolis spent a week in the E. J. Frank and Donald Shaw homes. Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler and Judy, Mrs Retta Eigler, Mrs John Kohlwes and Loveda Kohlwes spent Sunday at Rochester, with Sharon Eigler and in the evening attended the Spring Concert of the Methodist-Kahler School of Nursing Choir of which Sharon is a member. On April 21 and 22 this choir will go to Madison, Wis. to sing at the Veterans Hospital, the Eagles Club and the University Chapel at the University of Wisconsin. St. John's Ladie* Aid met Wednesday with hostesses Mrs Howard Bierstedt, Mrs Ferdinand Biarstedt and Mrs Sophie Bleck' wenn. Rev. Friedrich presented the topic from the L.W.M.L. Plans were made to collect used clothing to send to tha»Slate Hospital at Cherokee. Clothing should be in by April 22. The aid will serve the Fenion High School Aclivity Banquet to be held in May. Mr and Mrs Howard Schulte and boys and Mr and Mrs Henry Schulte were Easter Sunday guests in the LeRoy Schlanderoff home at Glencoe, Minn, and also callers in the William Schulte home at Gaylord, Minn. Easier Sunday dinner and supper guests iii the Olaf Norland Home were Mr and Mrs Laurence Hantelman and Charles, Mr and Mrs Arnold Hantelman and family, Mr and Mrs Eldon Hantelman and girls, Dr. and Mrs Waite and family and Frank Humphrey; Mr and Mrs Melvin Norland and Mr and Mrs Olaf Norland and Arden attended the funeral of Mr Henry Wink at Burtrum, Minn, on Saturday. Mr Wink.had^ lived in Ine Dolliver community for some time' but wai, visiting at ^he home of his daughter at Burtrum when, he was slrickefl by a heart attack. Mr and Mrs Herman Hadig, Breckenndge, Minn., were guests in Alex Radig home Thursday to Sunday. brod; vice president, Mrs Clarence Underwood; recording secretary, Mrs J. A. Schwartz; treasurer, Mrs Hans Baago; secretary of promotion, Mrs John Munch; Secretary of Missionary Education and Service, Mrs Charles Lovejoy; Secretary of Christian Social relations and local church "activities, Mrs Dale Weisbrod. Secretary of Student work, Mrs Clarence Osborn; secretary of youth work, Mrs Ray Zwiefel; •secretary of children's work, Mrs Wilfred Stoeber; secretary of spiritual life, Mrs Eugene Huskamp; secretary of literature and publications, Mrs Arlo Ranney; secretary of supply work, Mrs Earl Crouch; secretary of status of women, Mrs Lester Weisbrod; Committee of Commission on Education, Mrs Frank McFall. The devotional service was led by Mrs Earl Lufkin. The theme for the lesson study was 'Christian Discipleship Today.' This Was given by Mrs Clarence Yager, assisted by Mesdames Fred Mortenson, Lyle Newel, Rex Wolfe and E. J. Frank. ^Hostesses were Mesdames Clayton Ditsworth, Elwin Schlei, Clarence Osborn and Paul Cornelius. Coming Events Wednesday, April 11 — Fenton Farm Bureau. Thursday, April 12 — Depew Fellowship Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club; Mabel Circle of the WSCS. Friday, April 13—Legion Auxiliary; Senior Class play. Monday, April 16—Fenion Forward 4-H Club. Tuesday, April 17—Town and Country Woman's Club. Wednesday, April 18 — Fenton Band Mothers; Annual meeting of Fenton Co-Op Elevator Co. FENTON THEATRE Fri. & Sat. April 13 - 14 SantaFe Tittrco&ojt JOHN PAYNE FUN MO DOMERGUE • CAMERON Sun. Mon. Wed. April 15 - 16 - 18 HIGH ON THE HONOR ROLLI TYRONE POWER MAUREEN OUARA GRAY LINE » any •»» mo rrar»»ii rwo W.S.C.S., Fenton, Hold Annual Officer Election Fenion — The W.S.C.S. of the Fenton Methodist church met Thursday, April 5 in the church parlors. Communications were read from Mrs Mildred Laurenson, conference president from Sioux City, and Mrs Neva Hanswirth; Corwith, the Algona District president. Announcement was made that the Algona District annual meeting will be hfeld Thursday, April 19 in the First Methodist church in Emmetsburg, starting at 9:30 a.m. Featured speakers will be Luella Koether and Janet Surdam, former missionaries in China and, prisoners, in Communist China for 21 months. Mrs Max Goldman, Ttonka, will alsc be a teaturea speaker. Mrs E. W. Ruske, chairman ol the nominating committee presented the nominations for officers for 1956-57. There being no other nominations from the floor, the president entertained a motion that the nomination ballot become the elective ballot. This* motion was seconded and car-- riod. Following are t h c officers elected. President, Mrs Donald Weis- CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the Fenton Fire Dept. and our neighbors for the quick response and help given during and after the recent fire at our home. The Jordan Knudson family. 15 s CARD OF THANKS A rnost sincere thank you to all who sent me birthday greetings. Mrs Maude Dean. 15* Waldorf Choir To Sing At Depew The Waldorf Choir of Waldorf College, Forest City, will include \ concert near Cylinder, at De- jew on its 1956 tour itinerary. The concert will be in St. John's hurch, Sunday afternoon, April 15; at 3 p.m. under the sponsorship of St. John's WMF. The choir is on its 37th annual tour, its 28th under Director Odvin [iagen. Waldorf College is a Junior College of the Evangelical Lutheran Church with an enrollment of 285. There are 63 voices in the Choir. IF IfS NEWS — WE WANT IT Whittemore News Mr and Mrs Lo-renz Gade drove to Seward, Neb., Monday to lake? their daughter Brenda and her friend Madge Krumwicde of El Paso, Texas and Richard Meyer to Seward. All are students ill Concordia Teachers College. Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer won- Sunday visitors at. the home i>f Mr and Mrs Harold Meyer in Lu- Verne. They took Mrs Max Meyer, mother of the men, to stay with the Harold Meyers. She had made her home here for the past three months. Mr and Mrs Herman Behnko and daughters visited at the parental home of Mr and Mrs K. A. Behnkc in Algona, Sunday even- ning. t Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer, Mr and Mrs Herman Behnkc and William Meyer Sr. and Rev. anci Mrs P. G. Weinhold visited with Mrs William Meyer Sr. Sunday. He is a patient in the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Sister Mary St. Joseph and Sister Mary Jerome of Chicago arrived Saturday morning at the' home of Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy. The former Sister and Mr Dunphy are sister and brother. They came here to _ attend the funeral of T. J. Kirby hold m Einmt-lsburg Monday morning. Mr Kirby was an uncle of Mr Dunphy and Sister M. St. Joseph. Mr and Mrs Lorenz Gade entertained a number of relatives and friends at a 0:30 dinner Sunday evening. Jack Geelan, John and James Duffy. Charles Bormann and Charles O'Brien, students at Loras College in Dubuquc spent their Easter vacation here with their respective parents. WITH EVERY Oil CHANGE & 5 GALS. GAS OR OVER Offer Good Thru Saturday, April 21 Candidate for Vice President on the Progressive ticket in 1912 was Hiram Johnson of California. ALSO ... '/2 PRICE ON PUROIATOR OIL FILTERS !! ! The Top Grade Filter! Example: Reg. 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