The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 23, 1956 · Page 13
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HA*VBWOW OctelMr 23, )W4 By Tha Upp«r frltf MfttfW Publishing C«., Afe**a, fc«« Fenton "Good Neighbors" Lend Aid VV"" ; Fenlon — Thirty five men gathered at the Hans Baago farm Monday morning with the necessary equipment for" picking 40 acres of corn. Nine pickers were operating. Seventeen ladies came to prepare this dinner for the men. Men participating in the good-neighbor deed were W. E. Laage, Roland Rieman, Howard Fuller, Ervin Luedtke, Herschal Hartman, Fred Jentz, Arno Juhl, Harvey Bellinger, John Munch, Fred Meyer,'Richard Meyer, Barrel Dreyer, Ed Meyer, Amos Finnestad, Arlo Ranney, Herman Luedtke, Don Weisbrod, Andrew Thomsen, Merwin Wallace, Rueben Luedtke, Henry Schrocder, Lloyd Berkland, Ronald Peck, Bill Boettcher, Art Zumach, Jack Gerhart, Bud Gross, Frank Meyer, Elmer Krause, Lowell Fessler, Kenneth Bellinger, Harry Haase, Ray Dreyer, Harold Dreyer and Lloyd Bollinger. The ladies were Mesdames W. R. Wolfe, Ervin Luedtke, W. E. Laage, Roland Reimr.n, Herschal Hartman, Ed Meyer, Helena Luedtke, Arlo Ranney, Don Weisbrod, Rueben Luedtke, Lloyd Berkland, Bill Boettcher, Bud Gross, Elmer Krause, Kenneth Bellinger, Harry Haase, and Ray Dreyer. The Baago family is grateful to the many who have assisted them since Mr Baago has been ill. Mr Baago underwent major surgery at the Holy. Family Hospital Monday of last week, and will be tortfined there for sometime. and Mrs Amanda Ruhnke of Whittemore. Big Crowd At Anniversary Blakier Church D Fenlon—The 80th anniversary observance of Blakjer Lutheran church was held Sunday with Dr. V. T. Jordahl, president of ELC's South Central District, speaking" at the morning worship hour. Special music was n vocal duet by Mrs Otto Wilberg and Mrs Linus Jensen. Dinner was served in the church parlor:-;. The afternoon session at 2 p.m. included the! welcome by Henry Looft, devotions by Rev. Harlan biocKuu-s, and instrumental quartet, Ronald th" f.ot, Guest Day By Woman's Club Held Oct. 16 Fenton—The Fenton Woman's Club held their annual Guest Day, Tuesday, Oct. 16, at 8 o'clock in the home of Mrs J. F. Beckley. Co-hostesses we're Mesdames Don Woisbrod, Mrs Wilfred Stoetaer end Mrs Lester Weisbrod. The . Club ^.preside-nt^Mrs Ray Stoeber "fe'arwf *.a w'elcome to the group. "" ' • r . '"' The entertainment committee, Mn> Emest Votteler, Mrs Florence Behne and Mrs J. A. Schwartz presented the following program. A violin solo by Mrs Don Shaw, accompanied by Mrs Arnold Hansen. Mrs C. C. Inman of Bancroft, State Chairman of th,e Wpmen's Committee of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, ffave an interesting talk on 'Associated Country Women of the World. A piano duet by Janet Behne and Norman Jean Larsen. A humorous skit 'Hats' ff>ffO i "I QL/ffM D R Y I R 106 V M •*•••* NUT "CO* TICK wp * 910* fer *•>•• V M-A-DOpI UNT W' •"*~ ~ T "* { Clflf ffir fait 4ryin«. V 100 CV. FT. Of All paw | ibrti clotkM »»»nr wi»Mt«- Was 198.50 Now Only 169.95 FrooTtb* jwndpoint of built-in quality and performance, there is no fi»«r dry«t.o» the market! Stoeber Hardware t'enlon, la. was given by Mrs Lloyd Berkland and Mrs Ernest Votteler. A vocal solo by Yvonne Borchardt accompanied by Mrs J. F. Beckley. At the close of the program, refreshments were served by the hostesses. Honor Roll Students Honor roll students have been named for the first six-weeks at the Fenton school. High school students receiving the highest honors were Beth Newel, JoAnn Sunde, Joyce Voigt, Janet Behne, Evalon Schlei, Pam Weisbrod and Judy Juhl. Receiving honors were Glennis Finnestad, Marlys Jentz. Joan Gushing, Ardyth Drone, Norman Larson, Jane Ruger, Mark Blockweim, Susan, Hantelman and'Yergelie Norland." Honorable 'mention went to Marlene Freyholti, Janet Theesfield, Sharon Hantelman, Don Micnkc, Larry Sorensen, Joan Wegener, Gary Bleckwenn, Frank Cannon, Rebecca Householder, Earl Jentz, Judy Jentz, and Judy Wiener. Junior high students receiving the highest honors were Bryan Mortensen, Virgean Bierstedt, Barbara Wchrspann, Janet Walker and Judy Saxton. Receiving honors were La Veda Kohlwes and Paul Saxton, and honorable mention went to Judy Berkland and Janean Zwiefel. Girl Scouts Elect The Girl Scouts of Clover Troop number three met Tuesday Oct. 9 at the home of Mrs Carrie Voigt. Election of officers was held. Elected to serve this year were Ingrid Teraska, president; Elaine Haase, vice president; Bonnie Jentz, secretary; Jacqualyn Pricbe, treasurer. Lunch was served by Judy Jolley. Visitors were Teresa Voigt and Darlene Priebe. W.S.C.S. Circle Meets The Helen Circle of the WSCS met Thursday afternoon, Oct. 18. with Mrs J. A. Schwartz with Mrs E. C. Weisbrod assisting hostess. There were fourteen members and one guest. Mrs Warren Jones present. Mrs Dale Weisbrod was in charge of the devotional period and Mrs E. J. Frank presented the lesson on Juvenile Delinquency in the United States. Mrs Alfred Meyer was in charge of the prayer service. Minneapolis Visitors Mr and Mrs Carl Carlsen, Keyen and Candace of Minneapolis came Friday Oct. 12 and have spent this past week at the Elmer Krause home and with other relatives in this vicinity. Other guests Sunday afternoon at the Krause home were Mr and Mrs Julian Cherland and family of Burl, Mr and Mr,s Amey Clier- iand and family and Mrs Ellen Cherland. 4-H Club Hosls * The Fenton Forward ^-H Club met Monday evening at inc'Tiome of Joyce and Judy Voigt. The installation of the now officers was conducted: president, Ruth Miller; vice president, Judy Voigt; secretary, Joyce Voigt; treasurer, Brenda Finnestad, historian, Dorotfiy Reinhart. Four now members were accepted in the club, Judy Berkland, Carol Bollinger, Jackie Laabs and Roxie Voigt. SLAV in;; will be the 4-H project this year and the new club le.idcis are Mrs Ray Laabs, assisted by Mrs Jerry Radig. Karen Seegebarth wa.s in charge of the entertainment. Visiting mothers wore Mesdames Lester Theosficld, Seegebann, Reinhurt and Sunde. Lunch was scrvrd by the hostesses and their mother, Mrs Voigt. Sunday dinner guesls in the William DeWall hcum- wcie Chri.. Egland of Estln rvilio and Mr and Mrs Amos Egla'nd .-if Wallinsford. Afternoon visitors \AVIV Mr and Mrs Ervin Ruhnko and fai/ily or Whittemore, Mr ;nvl Mrs Melvin Berkland, Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt and family and Mr ,-itv.l Mrs Paul Zumach and Dcbbl--. Sunday dinner gu<?-.is in the Walter Peril hcni' w.-ro Mr and Mrs Henry Thee-fu-'ld and family of Hammond, Wis.. Mr and Mr;; George Peril and family of Gra<jt- tinger, Mr and Mr* Adolf Pert!. and Mr and Mrs Kui.bun Luedlkc and family. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs William Haii;'\vr and family H. W. SCHULTE, Fenton, la. H. R. Zumach & Son. Sales Representative AS AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR FOXBILT FEEDS The Complete Line of Feeds to Meet Your Needs Your new Foxbilt Feed deoler offers a new idea in feed service. A complete line of feeds for swine, poultry and cattle, available to you THREE DIFFERENT WAYS .... * PRE-MIXES — to mix your own rations. * * CONCENTRATES — to feed with your grain. * * * MIXED FEEDS — complete rations in the bag. Stop in ond discover haw much you coo sore by using the Foxbilt Method thot best (its yout (ceding program. FOXBILT FEE PSf Johannesen, David Looft, Lois and Raymond Wilbdrg, and a vocal quartet, Lois Wilberg, Mar* ilyn Johannesen, Marlene Jen;-on and Janet Geilenfeldt. The History of the Congregation was i cad by Ted Jensen and the History of the Woman's Missionary Federation was read by Mrs Henry Looft. The . Rev. Carlo Pedersen of Ringsted was the afternoon speaker. Following the afternoon session, lunch was served, with Mrs Anioy Cherland and Mrs Peter Jensen, pouring. Cl urch Group Elects The Blakjer WMF met Thursday afternoon with hostesses Mrs Julian Cherland and Mrs Fred Johannesen. During the business meeting, the following officers were elected to serve president, Mrs Sig Log; vice president, Mrs . Fred Johannesen; secretary, Mrs '- Curtis Olsen and treasurer, Mrs John Johanriesen. Departmental secretaries are Mrs Harold Gfott- hovd for Higher Education, Mrs Ted Jensen, Christian Nurture, Mrs Odey Cherland for Promotion and Mrs Amey Cherland, Radio. Mrs Henry Wilberg was named on the Days and Means Committee. Mrs Odey Cherland presented a program on Evangelism. Th« Fenton foWAship Hflrrte- makers Club will meet this Fti- day afternoon, Oct. 26 in the home of Mrs Ervin Borehardt with Mrs Paul Voigt assisting hostess. A lesson on makifig Wood Fiber. Flower will be presented. Mr and Mrs William Hantol- man and Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman spent Thursday of last week in Des Moines on business. TuMday, Oetobtr 23, 1956 Algeria (to.) UprMr OH M«ffti»~S WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Coming Events fhursday, Oct. 25—St. John's Lutheran WMF at pepew. Friday, Oet. 28—Fenton Township Hofnemakers. Wednesday, O.ct. 31 -+ Annual Halloween party. GOOSE Luther Johnson of Chariton, who had never fired a gun at a wildfowl in his life, bagged an BVz Ib. Canadian goose there recently with his first shot. The first pilot's license ever issued in the U. S. went to Glenn H. Curtiss. He started his career as operator of a bicycle shop. PICO ADDING MACHINE— the newest arid greatest rniftia- ture adding machine on the market today. Fully autornatfe. guaranteed tot one year. And it's only $1§.S5. Farmers! Here's your chance to save hours of adding ofi your income tax and witho.ut putting out A lot of dollars. Come in and let us give you a demonstration. Upper D6s Moines Pub. Co., phone 1100, Algona. FOR SALE—As I wish a smaller residence, have decided to sell my 3-bedfoom home in FeTttori on 100 ft. lot. Oil heat, modern throughout, garage, nice shrubbery, facing Main St., with immediate possession. $8,500 OF make an offer. Thekna- Anderson, phone 47, Fenton. 42 OES MOINES I I i I i i ^ FENTON S BUSINESS FIRMS CONGRATULATE ON ITS the Very Newest and Best In Equipment LOCATED ON FENTON'S MAIN STREET Hours — 9 to 5, Tuasdoy Through Saturday. Closed all day Monday. LAEl PETTIT - Owner MORE GOOD REASON "WHY" YOU WILL FIND CONVENIENT, PLEASANT, AND PROFITABLE DO BUSINESS IN FENTON, IOWA Heartiest Congratulations To Miss Lael Pettit From Your Fellow Business People B & W CHEVROLET STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR THOMPSON YARDS HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE J. WALLACE SMITH, INSURANCE WEISBROD D-X SERVICE BAILEY'S STORE DON'S PHfLUPS 66 SERVICE HOME CAFE HUDSON'S BARBER SHOP WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK FENTON DRUG PRIKBE'S JACK SPRAT STORE PETERSEN'S FURNITURE LLOYD BERKLAND, Auctioneer HANSEN'S STANDARD SERVICE DICK'S MEAT & GROCERY McFAU & RUSCH FENTON - A GOOD TOWN FOR A HOME TOWN

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