The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1950 · Page 15
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ichool Reorganization Is Fenton PTA Topic Feb. 7 i Fetrton — The Fenton P.-T.A. bet on Tuesday evening, Feb. 7, I the high school auditorium. Irs. Fred Mortensen was pro- tam chairman. i Pamela Weisbrod sang two bngs, accompanied by Mrs. Eig- fr. 1 Mrs. Mortensen then introduced lounty Supt. Lauritzen, who lave a very interesting and ex- Banatory talk on school reorgani- lition. Mr. Ross of the State De- artment of Education also spoke. Irs. Albert Mitchell was lunch hairman. [The March program committee as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh irney, chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. erhardt Hantelman, and Mr. hd Mrs. Monte Hiatt. {The March lunch committee: Irs. Ed Reimers, chairman; Mrs. ted Newel, Mrs. Olaf Norland, Irs. Alvin Potratz, D. B. Potter, Irs. Thoryald Rasmussen, Mrs. ferman Riggert, Carl Rombold, Irs. Holland Brownell, Mrs. E. [. Ruske, Mrs. Floyd Salisbury, rs. Hubert Schlickelman, and rs. Oscar Sorensen. atofl Forwards I The Fenton Forwards 4-H club let Wednesday evening in the pme of Kathleen Bellinger. El- jren members and two leaders tiswered the roll call, "Some burtesy I have Adopted." A fempnstration of "How to frame Picture" was given by Alice eitzenauer. Preceding that, the asiness meeting was held. It las decided to have a contest for ptting new members. Sides were bosen. The contest will conclude lith a party. Games were played, Iter which the hostess and her lother served luncn. presented by Mrs. F. E. Flowers, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Fred Mortensen, and Mrs. Frank McFall. Devotions were given by Mrs. Carrie Voigt. Auxiliary Sends Gifts The Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Edna Hantelman with Mrs. Gladys Straley as co-hostess. The afternoon was spent packing boxes of clothing and cookies for the state school at Woodward. Eleven members were present. fesleyan Fellowship | The W es 1 e y a n Fellowship roup of young people of the tethodist church met Monday ening in the church parlors, 'r. and Mrs. Elwin Schlei were osts. Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Flow- Is had charge of the program. rs. Dale Weisbrod gave a read. The business meeting was Inducted by the president, Ar- pld Hansen. ILunch was served at the close the evening. osies* To Study Club | Mrs. Ed Weisbrod was hostess the Study Group of the W.S. |S. at her home Monday after- The course is under the Bdership of Mrs. Lester Weis- od, and the lesson, the third .apter of the study book, "Mis- 6>ns at the Grass Root," was Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt were Friday evening supper guests in the Gerhard Hantelman home. Wendell Rusch and Frank McFall spent Friday in Mason City on business. Mrs. Barker and Myron, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz, visited Thursday afternoon in the Wm. Ristau home at LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Zwiefel, John Menz, and Wm. Voigt and daughter were Sunday dinner guests in the Clarence Menz home. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber visited Monday evening in the Herbert Zumach home at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch went to Carroll, Sunday, to attend the baptism of their grandson and nephew, Kent Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Weiske. It took place in the Methodist church,- with Rev. Robert Peters officiating. The McFalls and Rusches were also dinner and supper guests in the Weiske home. Mrs. Oliver Stoeber entertained a group of little friends for Susan Stojeber's 4th birthday, Tuesday afternoon. Guests were Wayne Stoeber, Timrny Bassett, Judy Jolley, Karen Weisbrod, Billy Weisbrod, Peggy Voigt, Marilyn Flowers, Trudy Hoskamp, Pat, Mike and Ellen Racous, and Doris Mortenson. Games were played and lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. QUITE A Jan. 10 was quite a day for the Gerald Siegler family at Schaller. Mrs. Siegler gave birth to a son, another son Ernest ran his arm into the washing machine wringer and Mr. Siegler mashed a finger between two pieces of iron at his shop, all but losing his finger. Otherwise, it was a quiet day. RUPTURE SHIELD-EXPERT. H. L. HOFFMANN, of Minneapolis, Minn., wilTdemcmstrate, without charge hla .^Rupture Shields'.' in. _ ~~ Algona — rfotel "Algona ~ Thursday, February 23 Vtom 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. Please come early. Mr. Hoffmann says: "I have specialized in the field ol Rupture Correction since 1928 nd personally fitted well over ten thousand cases. When skillfully ane most Rupture openings will contract in a short time. Above all ou can go to work immediately without feat or pain. There are riany of my satisfied customers right here in this community. Ipecial lady attendant for WOMEN and CHILDREN. Ask for Mrs. loffmann. CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. People having large ruptures, which Ihave returned after surgical operations or injection treatments, are [especially invited. "If you want it done right, don't experiment. See | HOFFMANN." If unable to see him at this time address: HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 933 ANDRUS BUILDING Minneapolis 2, Minn. Tyke Co-Op Oil Picks Officers For New Year Tilotilca — At the Farmers Cooperative Oil Co. meeting held Monday afternoon at the Tyke theater, Ernest Peterson, Clarence Mechler, and Dick Beenken were re-elected as members of the board of directors. The directors holding over at this time are Tom Young, Evert Post, Carl Giesking, Wayne Miller, Henry Schmidt, and Clarence Schutjer. At their re-organSzatfbn board meeting held Thursday'night, the following officers were elected: Ernest Peterson, president; Tom Young, vice president; Clarence Schutjer, secretary, and Tracy Ward, treasurer. Wm. Ward has been the tank wagon agent since the company'? organization in 1938, Ray Hansen is their station agent, and Ray Hansen Jr., is assistant wagon and station agent. W.S.C.S. MeelHig The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church met at the church Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Merle Schuretert and Mrs. George Schutjer as hostesses. Mrs. C. A. Metcalf was leader of devotions and Mrs. Harold Gartner gave the lesson. Members having February birthdays were served lunch at a special table decorated in keeping with the valentine theme. New Scout Leadei Bob Schenk is the new leader of the Boy Scouts. Assistant leaders are Clarke Miller and Howard Andrews. C. A. Metcalf is chairman of the Scout committee which also includes Frank Fisher, Miller Nelson, Lowell Plumb, Forrest Willis, and Rev. Donald ddmes. The Scouts meet one a week on Thursdays in the Methodist church basement. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beed and Charles Beed spent Wednesday arid Thursday in Des Moines, attending the State Hardeware convention. Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Stott spent the weekend in Rochester visiting the Wm. Ricklefs and at Mankato visiting some nieces of Mrs. Stott. Russell Castor band instructor in the local school, laft Thursday for Seattle, Wash., having been called there by the serious illness of his father. Mrs. Harry S. Meh- lan is doing substitute teaching for him. Mrs. R. L. Krantz was hostess to the Tuesday Bridge club this week. Other guests were Mrs. Earl Stott and Mrs. Dick Cos•grove.- — - -• . f _,_ , Mrs. John Ponnkuk Is^-seriously ill at her home in Titonka. Tho Titonka Chamber of Commerce will meet next Monday evening at the skating rink. The chance of meeting place was made necessary by the increase in meiuucr.smp. The Band Mothers regular meeting will be hold on Monday evening, Feb. 13, at the home ot Mrs. Lynn Kuchcnreuther. Mrs. E.nno Kolkerts is assistant hostess. Mrs. Harry S. Mehlan was hostess to the Titonka Women's club Thursday evening. Mrs. C. H. Downs was leader of the lesson. She reviewed the book, "Schalom Means Peace," by Robert St. John. Ottosen Couple Hosts At Supper ' Ottosen — Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer were hosts last Monday at a supper, after which they played •'500". Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle, Mr. und Mrs. Kermit Fowler and James, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford,, and i.eRoy Worby. High was won by Mrs. Eugene SEXTON NEWS Mrs. Nell Opheim, accompanied by Mrs. Clara Pratt of Algona and Mrs. Esther Struecker of Whittemore, attended a new dealers training scrtool, held at the Warden Hotel In Ft. Dodge, Thursday of last week. Mrs. Everett Steven has been quite ill with the flu the past week. Mrs. Geo. C. Olson entertained the Sexton W.S.C.S. at her home Align w no w yjit *./v 4*11 •3>uu£,\_ii\_. , ,, , . Hofius and James Fowler, low Thursday afternoon with a nice of Mrs. Will Wermersen on March 9. Harvey and Neil Steven of Mapleton, Minn., visited relatives here last week Tuesday and also attended the farm «ale of the uncle, Leo Steven. A large crowd of Sexton folks attended the Taylor Implement program and stage show held at the high school auditorium in Algona Friday evening. Mrs. Vinnie Laymon returned home Wednesday Irom Rochester, Minn., where she nad spent ten by Mrs. Donald Larson and Roy Telford., Travel prize was won by Mrs. Kermit Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wehrspann entertained Tuesday evening in« honor of Mrs. Ed Wehrspann's birthday. Guests were Mr. Edward Habegar, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wehrspann, Mr. ana Mrs. Martin Meyer and sons. Mr. Martin Meyer and son, Victor, left last weekend for Oklahoma to visit at Mr. Meyer's sister and family, the Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Peter, in Breckenridge and his mother and sister in Oklahoma City, Mrs. Anna Meyer and Elsie. 0.ilui:>UctV diieillUUU WILU A lllCC. - .A, 1 *L 1- • crowd in attendance. The next| davs 8° in g through the clinic meeting will be held at the home there. Tuesday, February 14, 1950 Algona Upper ftes Mo!ne«-7 15 Deer In Union Slough Union sleuth has some new Inhabitants. According lo Milfred Smith, federal game refuge supervisor, Ihere are now 15 deer living in the slough area. While a count of deer is usually made by checking on the tracks, in this case Mr. Smilh and his wife actually saw ihree bucks and seven does in Ihe Union slough area a shorl lime ago. Mr. Smith is of the opinion that the deer have migrated from Minnesota where the hunting is legal, and in the ways of wisdom have entered a protected area. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Get hogs to market sooner with KRAYLETS Ask: ALGONA FLOUR & FEED for Ml details Milk help* you put a profitable market finish on your bogs. 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