The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1956 · Page 36
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 36

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 8, 1956
Page 36
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Mftl. AftDiTH HAIVMSON N«w» Editor Jfentcw May 8, 1956 Published By th# Upp«f ttoi Molnw Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa 26 Fentonites At Armstrong 'Guest Day' Fenlon—Twenty-six members of Ihe'Fenton W.S.C.S. and Mrs Carrie Odin of near Seneca attended a guest day at the Armstrong Methodist Church on Thursday, M;iy 3. Almost 200 women attended. The speaker, Mrs Manning of Fairmont, Minn., daughter of H Methodist minister, spent nine years in the Canal Zone whert her husband and one other white man taught in a government school for colored children. Members of societies of all churches in Armstrong attended as well as women from Dolliver, Swea City, Fenton. Fairmont and Estherville. The hostess society served refreshments in the basement of the church. Attending from Fenlon were the Mesdames Hans Baago, Fred Brown, Roy Chrischilles, Paul Cornelius, Clayton Ditsworth, E. J. Frank, Mary C. Hansen, Paul Hudson, Eugene Huskamp, Olga Huskamp, Gaylord Johnson, Fred Mortenson, Charles Newel, Lylc Newel. Arlo Ranney, Ed Relmers, Ed Schlei, J. A. Schwartz, Don Shaw, Oliver Stoebcr; Charles, Dale, Don, Freelove and Lester Weisbrod; Carrie Voigt and Carrie Odin. One Way To Stay Young Hospital Notes Mrs John Munch is a patient at a Rochester, Minn. hospital •where she underwent surgery Monday. Mrs John Theesfield is hospitalized at Savannah, Mo. Ed Priebe is hospitalized at the Emmetsburg Hospital, where he Fenion — Howard Schulte, young Fenton business man, believes in keeping in condition. And he created qutie a sensation, recently, when he went on a shopping expedition on a tricycle. Howard says it is good exercise, but he doubts that he will make it a hobby. Anyway, an enterprising Tenton reporter caught him in action with a camera, and this is the result — and we'll bet Howard will be somewhat surprised to see what finally happened to the picture. ported on the 'World Federation of Methodist Women.' Announcement was made that the officers training school is to be held at the church Wednesday, May 16. Appointed in charge of the card committee for May is Mrs J. Wallace Smith and for June, Mrs Clarence Arbogast. The Finance Committee gave a report on recommendations. Mrs Lester Weisbrod was chosen as delegate to attend the annual conference, underwent surgery Monday of last week. He is expected home about Wednesday or Thursday of this week. Patricia Dreyer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Dreyer was hospitalized at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville from Friday to Sunday. Patricia fell from the hay mow to a concrete floor below. She is recovering satisfactorily. Mrs H. C. Lindsey is a patient at a Burt Rest Home. FQR HOW ABOUT A "REAL TREAT" MOTHER on MOTHER'S DAY Serving Full Course Home Cooked Dinners of TURKEY, SHRIMP, CHICKEN or HAM from 11 to 3 p.m. Reservations'Appreciated ZUMACH'S CAFE FENTON SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE ENDING MAY 12 14-T BALE PER BALE OF TWO This Is Guaranteed Knotless Uniform Twine, and Guaranteed to work in all makes of twine-tying machines. It is packaged exclusively for John Deere dealers and that's why we can make this low price. • ABOVE AVERAGE STRENGTH • FULL FOOTAGE • MADE FROM TOP GRADED FIBER • EFFECTIVELY TREATED AGAINST RODENTS AND INSECTS, MILDEW AND ROT • CAREFULLY WOUND TO ASSURE UNWINDING WITHOUT KINKING OR TANGLING. Weisbrod Implement * FENTON FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Afltnt WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bu». Phone 3 Re*. Phont 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE for Building • Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Or. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fentpn, Iowa HANTEIMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair* FENTON, IA. The FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You AT FENTON William DeWall is confined at home with rheumatic fever. Mrs Harlan Kramer is hospitalized at the Holy Family, Estherville. W.S.C.S. Meeting The W.S.C.S. met Friday afternoon, May 4, at the Methodist church parlors. Mrs Clarence Underwood re- A committee of Mrs Charles Newel, Mrs E. W. Ruske and Mrs Eugene Huskamp were appointed to select a tile for the dining room floor. Mrs Alfred Meyer, Mrs Lyle Newel and Mrs George Jorgenson Sr. were appointed to see about a worship setting for the Woman's Society. Mrs W. W. Jolley was in charge of the devotional period and Mrs All red Meyer presented the lesson-. In conclusion, Mrs Dale Weisbrod, Mrs Ray Zwiefel and Mrs Marold Schlei sang. 'Prayer Perfect' accompanied at the piano by Mrs Wendell Rusch. Hostesses were Mesdames S. E. Straley. R. F. Laabs, Roelf Miller and Ed Reimcrs. Thirteen Luther Leaguers, their league advisor, Harold Gronhovd and Rev. H aria n Blockhus of the Blakjer Lutheran church attended Waldorf activities at Forest City, Sunday afternoon and evening. The student and faculty of 1 Waldorf College were hosts. A tour of the college was conducted before the supper hour. Local Leaguers attending were Carol and Marilyn Johannesen, Judy Bratrud. Janet and Jim Geilenfeldt. Lois and Raymond Wilberg, K a t h r y n Johannesen, Merle and Barbara Halverson, Duanc Johannesen, David Looft and Ronnie Johannesen. Gerald Kennedy Wins Top Honors, I.S.C. Dean List Seneca — Gerald Kennedy, a St-neca High School graduate, whose home is now at Armstrong, was honored recently for I. S. C. scholarship for having an outstanding record during the winter quarter. The announcements of the scholarship were made this past week with the publication at the dean's list. Included on the list was Gerald Kennedy, a chemical engineering student, son of Mr and Mrs Mike Kennedy. To be placed on the clean's list a student must bv an undergraduate who has attended Iow:i State for three or more quarters, who carried » full academic load for the winter quarter and who maintained a 3.5 average for thai quarter. Out of upproximatclv 7,500 undergraduates in the co'- legc last quarter, only 322 met those requiremfnUs. Rural Mail Box Week Observed Fenion—-The Post Office Department has designated the week beginning with the third Monday of May of each year as Rural Mail Box Improvement Week. This year, the week of May 21-26 will be observed, Postmaster J. A. Schwartz of Fenton, said. Rurla boxes improperly erected or in unserviceable condition retard delivery of mail- and expose it to the Weather. The Department wishes to encourage patrons to provide suitable receptacles, erected and maintain", ed for easy and safe accessibility, presenting a neat appearance and affording protection of the mail. Names of box owners should be inscribed on the side visible to the carrier, and boxes and supports should be kept painted. The Kossuih County Auxiliary met for their May meeting at Bancroft Monday afternoon. Scv- 3ral of the local Auxiliary members attended. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske attended the Iowa State Dental meeting held in Des Moines the first of this week. S. E. Straley, chairman for the Cancer Drive for the town of Fenton, announces that a total of $92.83 has been contributed to this cause. Those who assisted i Mr Straley in the drive were Mrs ] Ed Bruhn. Mrs Frank McFall, Mrs Wendell Rusch, Mrs W. W. f Jolley, Mrs Frank Mueller, Mrs Merle Voigt, Mrs Alvin Zumach and Mrs Roy Peterson. Mrs Straley wishes to thank all those who contributed to the fund and also those who assisted him in the. drive. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and Lynnora were last Sunday guests in the Chester Ska'ar home at Primghar. Mrs Kenneth Halverson was hostesses to the Hook and Eye Sewing Club Wednesday afternoon. Ward Ruske of Cedar Rapids spent last weekend in the parental E. W. Ruske home at t'en- ton. Mr and Mrs Stewart Whitmore of Rolfe were Tuesday dinnev guests in the Art Voigt home. Mr and Mrs John Carroll of Estherville were Thursday guests in the Don Steinberger home. Mr and Mrs Otis Opsal were evening visitors. ., . The Mabel Circle of the WSCS will meet this Thursday, May 10 in the home of Mrs Roy Klein. Mr and Mrs Art Voigt went to Grove City, Minn, this pas Saturday to spent several days in the Arlo Voigt home. Mr and Mrs* Don Steinberger and family were Sunday dinnei guests in the home of Mrs E. M Danielson at Armstrong. Mrs Danielson, grandmother of Mr Steinberger, was observing her birthday. Fenton Band's Candidate For Queen Honors —Miss FtntOft BETH ANN NEWELL Fenton—Beth Ann Newel, Mis- Fenton, entered in competition for the title of Miss North Iowa as favorite of the Fenton band. Miss Newel is a junior. They are among the 9G candidates hoping to reign over the North Iowa Band Festival in Mason City June 12. Miss Newel is a daughter of "V'Irs Fred Newel of Fenton. who s a teacher in the schools there. The first general compulsory cliool attendance law was inact- ecl bv Mass, in 1852. Coming Events Thursday, May 10 — Dcpew Fellowship Circle; Friendly Neighbor club; Mabel circle of the WSCS. Friday, May 11 — Legion Auxiliary. Sunday, May 13 — Baccalaureate services for all schools of the Sentral District. Monday, May 14 — Legion meeting. Tuesday, May 15 — Commen- cement at Fenton; Town and Country Woman's Club. Wednesday, May 16 — Com- mecement at Lone Rock; Band Mothers at Fenton. Thursday, May 17 — Commencement at Seneca; Independence Mixers; Blakjer WMF; Ruth Circle of the WSCS. Seneca Modern Mixers Meet Seneca—Mrs Henry Looft was hostess to the Modern Mixers Club at her home Tuesday after- noon. Roll call was answered with a bulb or plant exchange. Mrs Fred Johannesen and Mrs Claude Johnson were the honored birthday members. The members displayed the stuffed children's toys which they had made after which the toys were wrapped and packed to be sent to an orphanage. Guests present included Mrs Delond Vottelcr, Mrs Calvin Vauclt and Mrs Harold Gronhovd. Mrs Earl Preston entertained the Seneca Thursday club at her home last Thursday. Mrs Clarence Mcnz had charge of the entertainment. STATEMENT OF CONDITION First Trust and Savings Bank Armstrong and Fenton APRIL 10, 1956 RESOURCES Cash and clue from banks $ 555,227.62 U. S. Bonds and securities 642,495.38 Municipal bonds and securities 130,735.13 Commodity Credit loans 801.062.58 Bills receivable 1,211,527.98 Bank building, furniture, etc. 6,314.41 LIABILITIES Capital $ 50,000.00 Surplus 75,000.00 Undivided profits -*. 148,319.27 Total Capital $ 273,319.27 Demand deposits 2,564,595.21 Time and savings deposits 509,448.60 TOTAL RESOURCES $3,347,363.08 TOTAL LIABILITIES $3,347,363.08 J. Wallace Smith, Vice President and Office Manager Misuse Of B-B Guns Brings Sharp Warning Fenton—Local boys owning BB guns were warned sometime ago in regard to misusing the guns. It seemed as though the warning helped for a short time, bul now Bgain complaints are being turned in. Bulbs have been shot from the street lights end even windows in homes have been damaged. The citizens of Fenton are certainly not wanting to bring the law down on the boys of town, but it has come to the place that if the firing of the guns within the town of Fenton is not stopped, drastic steps are going to be taken. Parents with boys owning BB guns are asked to please help avoid any unnecessary steps ihat may have to be taken. FENTON THEATRE Fri. & Sat. May 11-12 1 CU.ft. Westinghouse COMPARE with other makes selling for *239 95 ! ONLY $ 199 95 Special limited time offer of new model! Sun. Mon. Wed. May 13-14-16 sraun una- MM MMU uiawm CARD OF THANKS 1 \viah to thunk all my iruTul.- ;md relative.-. I"!' the loiters, oiiivls and nifts sen! to nu- duriny my rtcunt illni'ss You: Ihoug'httu! IK'.-, V.'lS ^'.'l ,,lly ,lp|>. i i'MU'd. Mi. Ki!., \V,,:!c. ' ID THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPE! 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