The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 5, 1956 · Page 12
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Ravings CO by CHRIS HEESE A tllH* 61 fW». • of Thiii Not Much cJ Yep, 1 was ens of Ihe many 'visitors at West Bend Centennial last Thursday and the cen- teJnnial celebration proved a plenty dandy and good one as put on by the West Bend cen- tehnial program group. Yep, the celebration committee group sure know their celebration angles because on account of the program of the two days proved highly informative and entertaining, so to speak. And the West Bend Whisker Club has been one outstanding organiza* ti6n which has provided enthusiasm and entertainment pro the centennial. Yes, bewhiskered faces have been taken on by the West Bend gents as an accompanied gesture toward putting on a top centennial celebration. And West Bend gents have proved that they have plenty first class facial hair growths, real whiskers, siteh as grown and presented by the gents of a century ago, so to speak. And facial bewhiskering growth has been put on by the West Bend gents since the first of the year and many of the West Behti gents sure show a dandy and peachy growth of real whiskers. : A group of 23 of th« West Bend bewhiskered gents photographed shows up the most splendid accumulation of whisker faces in West Bend. And so was organized the West Bend Whisker Club, the chairman of which was Bob Jones, and members in the club were Richard Brown, Duane Allen, Jack Cole, Elmer Cole, William Campbell, Delbert Bern- \nghaus, "Salty" Harms, Lee Hecker, Henry Harms, Ben Banwart, Larry Allen, Louis Hendrickson, Bill Peterson, Elvin Rolf- con, August Schafer, Henry Dahlhauser, Marvin Bell, Art Banwart, Don Steil, Gordon Anderson, Paul .Dahlhauser and Don flchafer. Twelve of the bewhiskered gents had developed mustache and chin whiskers, two of them just mustaches and the rest of "them just chin whiskers. And I admit that in the case oi every one of the 23 whisker growers their facial hair growth tvas surely pifty and tops in manly facial "appearance, so to speak. I quizzed several of Ihe West Bettd gents as to their whisker growth and they agreed that*it waK no trick' to grow whiskers, in; fact: Bob Jones, Duane Allen, Jack Cole, William Campbell, Delbei't Berninghaus, "Salty" Harms, Lee Hecker, Henry Harms, Louis..Hendri'ckson, Bill Peterson, Elmer Rolfson, Henry Dahlhaus'er, Art Banwart, Don Steil, and Paul Dahlhauser, all growing whiskers and mustaches, all agreed that there was no more serious effort in growing mustache and whiskers together, didn't seem to take any more effort or blood, hence they just allowed both mustache and whiskers to unify in whisker production, so to speak. And they all agreed that with both whiskers and mustche on the facial territory there was less of shaving needed and so much time in face attention was eliminated. And rjjzjor blades have been given considerable rest during the cen^ tftnnial whisker growth period, hfct Bob Jones told me tnat there was a general shaving campaign held over the weekend follow- i6g the centennial; celebration and whiskers arid mustaches in West Bend , show a decided s{ump now, so to speak. . it)* ttftturf, of 100 year birthday of West Bend was properly celebrated and the two days brought many hundreds of visitors to West Bend and the program and entertainment furnished by the West Bend celebrants proved highly enjoyabte to the citizens of the neighborhood and to the many visitors from near and far neighborhoods, so to speak. And now West Bend has reached the century existence, one hundred years, and West Bend has proved itself a dandy good town in every respect, progressive in all good town home and business .efforts, and citizens of West Bend continue to live,in that spirit of progress and good home town progress. I tip my hat io the citizens oi West Bend for their splendid ability and effort to make and to keep West Bend an outstanding credit to the county and stale in which it exists. Yes, I was a visitor there one day of the centennial celebration and West Bend citizens sure proved themselves tops in the welcome they gave me, as they also extended to all visitors. And I am sure that in the coming one hundred years the town of West Bend will continue to progress and remain the classical good town, in its county and stated such as it has proven during the past century—one hundred years. Mother's Tea Friday Evening At Seneca Senecc—The Seneca Sparklers held their Mother's Tea at the home of Mary and Barbara England Friday evening, June 1. As each guest arrived she wa.; presented with a corsage. A program was given which consisted of a poem, "What is a Home Without Mother," Marv England: "A Wonderful Mother," Carol Hanisch; and "Mothers Love," Carol Johannesen. The group then sang after which Barbara England read "Up in the Attic," Susan Sullivan read, "Nobody Knows But Mother"; Colleen Smith read a poem as did Sharon Sullivan, Bonnio Mclntire Joleen Mueller and Alyce Petersen. A skit, Mother in Candleglow. was presented at the close of which Colleen Smith sang "Mother." The program closed with a group of 4-H songs sung by the club members. As a favor each guest was presented with a small geranium plant. Refreshments were served buffet style. Guests included,, the mothers, Mrs ..Francis "Sullivan. Mrs Alfred Jj-B^JJ.McIntire. Mrs V*' Mrs- -. Fred Johan- ; nesen, Mrs Verle Smith, Mrs Lyle England and Mrs Elmer Hanisch. Other guests included Mrs Lawrence Johannesen, Mrs Wm. Dorsey, Mrs Henry Looft and Mrs Martin Wilbcrg. Town-Country Ladies Install New Officers Fenion—The Town and Country Woman's Club held their May meeting in the home of Mrs John Waite wMh Mrs John Slruecker assisting hostess. The theme of the meeting wa'-i 'Take time to live', with, the topic', 'take time for health' presented by Mrs Calvin Vaudt. Mrs Merwin Priebe had charge of the topic 'Take time for safety.' In presenting her topic. Mrs Priebe, introduced two highway patrolmen who discussed safe rules for highway safety. . The following officers were installed: president. Mrs Jack Gerhart: vice president, Mrs Date Weisbrod; recording secretary, Mrs John Slruecker: corresponding secretary, Mrs Eugen* Hus- kamo; treasurer, Mr? J. Wallace Smith; Historian, Mrs Calvin Vaudt. A family picnic for members. of the Town and Country Woman's Club and their families will be held the last Sunday in July at the Fenton park. Mrs A. Kaluzne Buried Monday At Swea City Swea City—Mrs Anna Kaluzne, 66, died June 1 at the home of Mrs Gilbert Pefforman, Jr., in Oskaloosa, where she had been a cancer patient since undergoing surgery last November Funeral services were held Monday at the Curtis Funeral Home and the First Baptist church, Swea City. Mrs Kaluzne and her husband, Steve, came to the United States from Russia and about 1924 they purchased a home in Swea City. Mr Kaluzne died in 1938. Since his death, Mrs Kaluzne had been employed at the Swea City Produce company and had also operated a market garden. Survivors are two sons, Tony of, Flint, Mich., and Harry of Minneapolis, one daughter, Mrs Gilbert Pefferman of Oskaloosa, and seven grandchildren. Coming Events Wednesday, June 6—St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid; Band Concert 8 p.m. Thursday, June 7 — Woman's Society of Christian Service: Fairville Ladies Aid; Blakjer W.M.F. Friday, June 8—Legion Auxiliary. Monday, June 11 — Legion meeting. Tuesday. June 12—Mason City Band Festival. CARD OF THANKS I wish to take this means of thanking all those ,who sent me cards and flowers while I was hospitali/.ed. Dr. John Waite. 23* Hit By Car In Denver, Dies Fenion—Fenton relatives received word of the death of,, Phyllis Alhbrandt of Denver this past week. She died Tuesday evening about an hour after being struck by a car as she crossed an intersection there. Phyllis daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Alh- brandt, would have been ten years old Aug. 4. Besides her parents, she is survived by -two sisters, Gloria, 13, and Patty, 8. Her mother will be remembered by Fenton folks as the former Pearl Nelson, daughter of A. E. Nelson. Fenton Navy Man Hitch-Hikes Home In Record Time From California Fenion — When Gerald Geitzenauer arrived home last week for furlough with Fenion relatives, he not only had interesting facts to tell about the navy but he also reported an interesting story about his trip home. Gerald felt that hitch-hiking would be the cheapest means of traveling irom California to Iowa. So as the first car approached Gerald, the conversation went like this. "How far would you like to ride?" "Just as long as you are going east it's OK with me." "How does Iowa sound io you?" "That sounds good to me," And so the first lap cf hiich-hiking was from Los Angeles to Cfeston, la. At Crcslon, Gerald got a ride to Storm Lake, then another to Spencer, then to Emmetsburg and finally home. At one place, Gerald had net even had time to get his baggage from tha car Progressives Meet Marcia and Bruco Hartshorn were hosts to the Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club at their home Monday evening. The group discussed a club tour to Minneapolis and made plans for the plowing contest. The group also made plans for the annual club tour which will be helrf In June. Linda Suo Kracht, Sandra Thilges, Ila Mae Behrends, Joan Bensen and Jo Ann Bernhard have taken part in three dance recitals recently. May 20-21 they appeared in a recital at Bancroft. May 23 at Fenton and May 28 at 'Emmetsburg. They are students of Mrs Jolley of Fenton, dance instructor. ' Mrs. Kathryn Doge of Algonc spent the past ten days visiflns.' at the home of her daughter and family, the Woodrow Krachts. Rev. and Mrs S. H. Hammer have returned from a visit with friends at Newburg, Minn. Mr and Mrs Roger Lindc and family are on a fishing trip in Canada. Mr and Mrs Merlin Larson of Bismarck. N. D., and. daughters, Linda,-and Christine, visited, from Friday'to Sunday with his mother, Mrs Ida Larson. Mr Larson is' superintendent of industrial relations at the Standard Oil company plant at Bismarck. Mrs Ida E. Larson has returned home from a business trip to jentral Valley, Calif. She was in Portland, Ore. for that city''-- Rose Festival and came back byway of Bismarck, N. D., where she visited her son Merlin and family. Arthur Emmanuel Anderson and Lulu Haglund went to Waterloo on June 2 to attend the wedding of a cousin, Janice Anderson, to Don G. Burnett. The wedding took place at 3 p.m. iij Trinity American Lutheran church, with a reception in the churuh social rooms following the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Mell Anderson of Waterloo. Mrs Anderson is the former Dorine Lindq of Swea City. Mr and 'Mrs Sclmcr Kvanvig, former Swea Cityans now living in Estherville, have disposed of their interests there and are KEEP DOCUMENTS AND VALUABLES Members of the Fenion band going to the Mason City Band Festival are reminded that they are to be at the Fenton school gym about 6:30 Tuesday .morning. The busses plan to leave at 6:4D. Accompanying the students will be Mrs Helene Jentz, Mrs Florence Behne, Mrs W.'W. Jolley and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber. Lola Lindsey and Grace Yackie of Omaha, Kathleen Kitchen, of Carroll and Mrs Dick Berry of Fairmont, spent the weekend with Mrs H. C. Lindsey. Mrs Lindsey, who has been a patient at a Burt rest home for some time, was taken to the Holy Family hospital at Estherville, Saturday. Mr and Mrs ' Arlo Volgt of Grove City, MinA. are the parents of a daughter born, May 27. grandparents 1 ?"! 'Launfr and Janelle Voigt are staying at the Dale Weisbrod home for a couole weeks. Mr and Mrs Darrell Dreyer and family, Mr and Mrs Ken- moving to Portland, Ore. in June. Esther Charlotte Smith, supervisor of vocal music in the Charles City schools, hrfs returned home to spend the summer vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Walter G. Smith. She plan^ a trip to the Great Smoky Mountains and other southern n-iim^ in July with friends from Charles City and Waterloo, and has accepted a contract to teach at Charles City next year. Six-year - old Dennis • Montgomery, son of Mr and Mrs Ed Montgomery, suffered a broken right wrist Tuesday when he fell from a slide at the park. He will need to wear the cast for 7 or 8 weeks. Mr and Mrs Wayne Christensen are parents of a son, Kevin Lee, born May 30 at Holy Family nospital, Estherville. This is the couple's first child. nelh Johnson and family and Mr and Mrs Jack Gerhart and family went to Ledges State Park at Bnone Memorial Day where they joined Mr and Mrs R. E. Brownell and family -for a picnic dinner at noon. The group spent the afternoon together, returning home in the evening. Mr and Mrs Martin Hanlslman left Wednesday of last week foi a vacation in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Mr and Mrs Dsrwood Kern and family of Estherville, Mrs Amanda Kern and Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and boys enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Lloyd Kern home Memorial Day. The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Thursday afternoon, June 7, with hostesses Mesdames Lester Weisbrod, Fred Brown. Clifford Douglas and Paul Hudson. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn spent this past week visiting with Miami Mrs Wilmer Hanldlman at North Manchester, Ind. They also called on other relatives and friends enroute. A special meeting of the Independence Idealists was held Tuesday, May 22, at the Independence Township Hall for purpose of discussing preparation «-i 11 »-s t • t . . i- _ i _i : Emmetsburg May 26. Fifteen members of the Independence Idealists 4-H Club attended Rally Day. Saron Eigler, who is attending Methodist Kahler school of nursing at Rochester, Minn., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler. Karen Kohlwes of Austin accompanied her home, to spend the weekend visiting with Judy Eigier. The first band concert of the summer season will be given this evening, Wednesday, June 6 /Mr Luther of Armstrong will conduct the concerts, which arc being sponsored jointly by tht; town, the Commercial Club and Fenton Band Mothers. The Fenton Forward 4-H Club met last Monday evening in the home of Karen Seegebarth. The meeting opened with the flag pledge. Dorothy Reinhard was elected to take Janet Theesfield'3 office as historian. A picture contest was conducted. 'Plans were made for the 4-H Rally day at Swea City. The meeting closed with the 4-H pledge after which Mary Reinhard had charge of the entertainment. Mrs Dick Berry and Mrs C. M. Umstcd of Fairmont were last weekend guests in the H, C. before another driver had stopped to offer him a ride. The longest wait and walking Gerald had was from the stop-lights in downtown Emmetsburg to the east edge of town. Gerald has been stationed at Port Huerieme, Calif. He leaves this Wednesday for San Francisco and then io Guam where he will be stationed for Id months, He will be busy building houses, barracks and air-strips. visited with Mrs Lindsey at the rest home in Burt. Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod spent last Sunday afternoon for Rally Day, which was held in Lindsey home. Sunday They visiting Mrs Blanche Huskamp, who is a patient in the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Billy Scribner began a study course in small appliances at the Hansen Electrical Company in Des Moines Monday of last week. The course will run for 24 weeks. Billy is staying at the YMCA. Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwart* spent Memorial Day with Mr and Mrs Karl Schwartz at Rockwell City. Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and boys, Mrs Amanda.Kern, ivir and Mrs Derwdod Kern and family of Estherville, and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family attended commencement exercises at Algona last Friday evening. Frank Kern, son of Mr and Mrs Melvin Kern, was a member of the graduating class^ Following commencement, the group was entertained at a luncheon at the Melvin Kern home. John Marshall was Chief Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court from 1801-1835. A DRY MAUTNNN PLY KILLIR for use against fly adults and maggots. Ready lor immediate? ni». No preparation — no spraying. 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