The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1956 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 6, 1956
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2-Aigona (la.) Upper DM Moin«» Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1956 LOCALS Mr and Mrs Walter fioeekholt ;md daughter Cheri and Phyllis Wirtjes drove to Rolfe, Thursday, to visit Mr and Mrs Arthur Boeckholt, brother and sister-in- law of Walter. Mr and Mrs Pat Deeming have been making trips to Fort Dodge the past week to visit Mrs Doern- inp's aunt Mrs Kathfnine Conlon who suffered a heart attack. She is in Mercy hospital. Mr and Mrs Pat Doerning have had as guests the parents Mr and Mrs Ben Doerning and Mrs Editli Ruppert. of Mallard, and Mrs Doerning's brother and sister-in- law Mr and Mrs Clarence Run- pcrt, all of Mallard. Mr and Mrs Floyd Hutzell spent the weekend here with the respective parents Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell and Mr and Mrs Perry Collins. The young couple are students at the Iowa State Teachers college. Cedar Falls. Coleen Lawson, daughter of Charles Lawson. is in the Park hospital at Mason City. In a fall at school recently she suffered a back injury and bruised a kidney. It is "not known just how long she will be hospitalized. Mr and Mrs Paul Detlman had as guests Wednesday the hitter's sister Mrs C. O. Riddle and Mr and Mrs Peterson, of Hayfield, Minn., who were enroute home from Eagle Grove where they had attended the funeral services of a friend of the Petersons. The Union Mothers and Daughters club well meet Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. at UK- Good Hope church for a family pot luck supper. Don Potter svill be the speaker, his subiect will be. the key to mental health. There will also be community singing. Mr and Mrs Joe Tschettet have been visited by the latter's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Keith Lounsbury and family of Huron. S. D. They had attended an S.U.A. convention at Sioux Falls and came here for a few clays visit which was concluded Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ralph Donovan and the former's father Robert Donovan drove to Spirit Lake Friday. The senior Mr Donovan spent the weekend with his brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan and Ralph and his wife remained at the cottage to close it for the season. Mrs Harfy Hargteaves has returned from a visit since October 17 at Council Bluffs with her son- in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs E. B. Mathiasen. During that time Mr Hargreaves was in Des Moines having a check-up at the Veterans hospital. Mrs Hargreaves met him there and they came home together last week. Shirley Shipler returned last week after spending two weeks in California. While there visiting Stan Sorensen, who just returned from the South Pacific and is stationed at Port Hueneme. she stayed with Mr and Mrs Bob flii's is fo announce the oppo/nfmcnf of EARL H. ELBERT WHITTEMORE, IOWA AS AN AUTHORIZED DEALER IN THE WHITTEMORE TERRITORY FOR DEKALB SEED CORN & DEKALB CHIX Your DeKalb Dealer is in your neighborhood to help you make more money from your Corn Growing and youi\poultry raising. Get acquainted with him — let him help ydtt select the right varieties of DeKalb Seed Corn and the proper crosses of DeKalb Chix for your farm. SPEAKING: A Bargain EVERY DAY low-cost electricity Shopping for bargains ? . There's one bargain you can enjoy every day . . • without leaving your home. That bargain: dependable, low- cost electricity. Perhaps no other thing you buy does more to save time and labor, and to make for better home living. Whether it's washing clothes or dishes, whether it's lighting your way or lightening your work, electricity is a first-class bargain —today and every day. Use more low- cost electricity, and enjoy the benefits . of the best every-day bargain in your Budget! Aigona Municipal Utilities Phone 47 or 63 — Aigona, Iowa Kain. She fl6w to Sah Francisco to visit her sislfer, Mrs Charles F. Miitiig and also visited cousins of Stan's in Los Angeles. Mrs Cora Cooper is convalescing in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, following a heart attack which she suffered a week ago in the Good Samaritan Home at Pooahontas where she had been staying since brcafting her hip last winter. Her sis children have till visited her during the week. She may be returned to Pocahon- tns this week if her improvement font in ues. Aigona lownsend club met Tuesday evening, Oct. 30. for their regular business and social activities. Election of the Club council took place with Mrs A. M. Anderson chosen as president. At the next meeting there will be installation of officers. Following the business session all enjoyed the games. Mrs Thorsen was lucky to get the special prize of a bittersweet vase and Mrs Arnold Lallicr received a box of cake mix for the special game pii/e. Pete Halsrud received the door prize. The hosts, Mr and Mrs W. R. Carney, served the lunch. Don Weisbrod Rites, Nov. \ At Fenton Fenlon—Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon for Donald William Weisbrod, lifetime resident of the Fenton community. Mr Weisbrod died Tuesday evening at the farm home one and a half mile east of Fenton. Mr Weisbrod, son of Mr and Mrs William Weisbrod was born July 8, 1907. He was a graduate of the Fenton High School and attended college at Ames two years. November 26, 1931, he was united in marriage to Romaine Stansberry at Wesley, Iowa. The family has always lived at Fenton and farming has been Mr Weisbrod's occupation. Mr Weisbrod was a member of the Fenton Methodist church. Surviving Mr Weisbrod are his wife, Romaine; three children, Anna Rae, Mrs Laylon Behne ol Wichita, Kan.; Marilyn, Mrs Robert Chestnutwood of Winlerset; and William at home. His parents, Mr and Mrs William J. Weisbrod; three sisters, Florence Weisbrod of Des Moines, Mrs Eleanor Berke of Fort Worth, Texas and Mrs Alice Denker ol Lester, la. Also three grandchili dren, Charles and Lavton Behne and Donald Chestnutwood. Services were conducted Saturday afternoon at.the Thomas Funeral Chapel and at the Fenton Methodist church with the Rev. Harvey Walker officiating. Burial was in the Methodist cemetery. Thomas Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Women's Group Meets The Fenton W.S.C.S. met on Thursday, Nov. 1 at the Methodist church. Devotions were by Mrs William Haase with Mrs George N. Jorgenson, pianist. Mrs J. Wallace Smitn presented the le.-son on the United Nations and a playlet, 'Christian Living - Family Style', written by Mrs Marian bigsoee ol Aigona, well known for tier column 'By Grace 1 in the Aigona Upper Ues Moines. The members 01 the 'family' were Mrs Gerald Gochenour, lather; Mrs Eugene Huskamp, mother; sixteen year old child, Mrs Eugene Mansager; twelve year old child, Mrs Haase; nine year old child, Mrs Smith; eight year old child, Mrs WiltreU Stoeber. Mrs Clarence Underwood, vice president, conducted the business meeting during which the members voted to buy an electric roaster for the kitchen. Mrs Eugene Huskamp, .secret aiy of spiritual life, distributed a pampnlel 'A Meditation on Stewardship.' Mrs Charles Lovejoy, secretary of Missionary Education and Service, announced a study course on Southeast Asia to be held in February by Mrs Harvey Walker. Mrs Underwood outlined a plan for a series of turnily nights in January on the theme of world understanding. After adjournment refreshments were served by Mesdumes Merle Voigt, Caleb Hartshorn, and Clarence Men/.. Mr.s Deloncl Bolte and Mrs Gerluift Hantelman were guests Play Postponed The Fenton Junior Class play which was scheduled to DC given this Wednesday evening. Nov. 7 has had to be postponta because of illness. The date ol the play has now been set tor Tuesday, Nov. 13. The play 'Deadly Earnest' is a comedy in three- acts, by Donald Payton. Mrs Roger Walker is directing the play. 100 °o Meeting The Iiuiept lulencf M i x e : .Farm Bureau oliicer.-; luinel mil 100'' at tht Farm Bureau Woii:- i-n's Workshop held Friday. Nov. 'J. at EniiiiU'.sbui'g. Jerry Pul.ilv;ri FieldiTHiii. sp.iKe on freedom. Those' in attendance were Ales- dames Ernest Votti'ier. Fretii. Scims, E\vri:tl ilartmtin. Uumin Root, William Weiner. Earl Lu!~ kin, Clarence Underwood, H'ie- b'Mi Berklair.l and liertei Ucrk..-- land. The Fenton Township Homemakers met Friday afternoon. Oi-t. 'Jlj m the home of Mrs F.rvin Borcliarclt with Mi'.- Paul \\>fj,\ MSMstiiif! hostess. Mr.s An In--v Miili. r and Mr.-: Lyle D,ivi.-; i;,i\e :. lc;-s'in 'in nukin ; uuu'.l fib:,.' •I,,,.-,.•;•<: J..HIC! '1 l-'.-e l": 1 i 1 . i>r!'i Aur !'(. .'T!. J;-; 1 .!:.:. oI'-'COM d !i '.': '-'• ' .1 '. i ;. ' f ! ** .: i' v . - ' •-. Jl^ircier have been High School were select- visitors in Brenda Finnestad chosen as the FenUm Cheerleaders. They ed by ballot voting. Thursday evening the Paul Zumach home in honor of their anniversary were Mr and Mrs Carl Zumach. Mr and Mrt William DeWai'.l. Mr and Mi> Melvin Berkland. Marlin and Karen, Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt, Mark and Lucinda. Mr and Mrs Ervin Ruhnke. Patty, Bobby and Jimmy and Mr and Mrs Dennis Zumaoh. Mr and Mrs Carl Veer Jr. and family of Adams. Minn., Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs and Larry of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Paiil Winter and Julia of Lakota were Sunday guests in the parental Hoelf Miller home. Mr and Mrs Carl Hauge of Leland, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thompson, Jay Thompson and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara were Tuesday supper guests in the Henry Wilberg home. Mr and Mrs Donald Shaw took their son Rickie to Iowa City Thursday for a,, medical check-up. Carol and John Shaw ' stayed with their grandparents, the C. E. Shaws in Des Moines. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske spent this past weekend at Iowa City, where Dr. Ruske attended the Alumni Dental Clinic. They also attended the Homecoming football game with their sons. Kaye and Lynn who are students al the University. Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joan and Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell were Friday evening supper guests in the Dick Underwood home. Mr and Mrs Ted Meier Cleo of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman, Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn. Mr and ,Mrs William Hantelman and family and Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family were guests in the Gerhart Hanfelrnan home. The Gladys Circle of the W.S.C.S. will meet Thurs., Nov. B, with Mrs Kcl Schlei and Mrs Roy Chrischilles co - hostesses. Roll call will be a thought on, prayer. Mrs Chfirles Weisbroq will be in charge of devotions' and Mrs Floyd Duncan will present the lesson. Classes Elect Officers At Fenfon School Fenton — Class officers for the year have been elected for Junior and Senior High at the KenUui school. Seventh grade officers are: president, Paul Saxton: vice piesident, Barbara Wehrspann 1 secretary and treasurer, Virgene ,'Uli grade: President Saxton; vice president 7. wiefel: secretary and Janice Hannover. Freshmen class: President. Ver- gr-ne Norland: vice president, Judy Weiner; secretary and ti ensurer, Mark B leek w e n n; Sophomore; President, G a r y Bleekwenn: vice president, Jim Gowansr secretary and treasurer. Pamela Weisbrod. Juniors. P r e s i d e n t. Roger Dreyer; vice president. Larry Sorenson: secretary, Jerry Waite; treasurer. Brenda Finnestad; Seni'trs: President. Beth Ann Newel; vice president, Gle/mis Finnestad: secretary, Janet Theesfield: treasurer. Joyce Voigt. Judith Jeanne treasurer couple, Mrs Al Bloomquist and Mrs Loren Miller of Fairmont and Mrs Eldon Hantelman. Coffee was*poured by Mrs Leo Kressin of Wahpeton, North Dakota and Mrs Gerald Radig cut the cake. Out of town guests were Mr and Mrs Leo Kressin of Wahpeton. N. D., Mr and Mrs George Brosowske of Barney, N. D., Mr and Mrs Walter Jentz of Fairmont, and Mr and Mrs Louis Pergande and family of Livermore. A daughter, Mrs Dick Stahl of Houston, Texas was unable to attend. * Big Halloween Party Turnout Fenton — One of the largest crowds of young folks to attend the annual Halloween party turned out Wednesday evening to enjoy the parade and party planned by the Town and Country Woman's Club. Roxanne Voigt was crowned queen of the group and Wayne Stoeber was crowned king. \ | RESEARCH The Winneshiek county Tuberculosis association recently gave Sa',000 to the state university of research. -:J and William DeWatl afternoon with the Good Sam- Estherville. Henry Wilberg, Mr and Mrs spent Saturday Chris Egland at aritan Home in Mr and Mrs Vernon and Dennis were Sunday guests in the Norman Schley home at Uunnell, Minn. Coming Events Wednesday, Nov. 7—St. John'.-Lutheran Ladies Aid. Thuihday, Nov. 8—Bertha Circle of the W.S.C.S.: Gladvs Circle of the W.S.C.S.: IX-pov. Fellowship Circh-; FniMidlv N'oi- s^hbor Club. Friday, Nov. 9--^Lc;;ii n Auxiliary. Tuesday, Nov. \'.'< ••-• Fen' "i; Woman's Club. 40th Wedding Anniversary For Fenton Couple Fenlon — Mr and Mrs Waller Kraiise observed their 40th wedding anniversary Friday, Oct. Ufith. Guests were relatives, friends and neighbors, with about 05 in attendance. Four of six of their attendants at their wedclinsr "f 10 years apo at Barney. N. D. were in attendance. Mr and Mrs George Brosowske of Barney. N. D.; Mrs Emil Elmers of Burl and Mrs F. W. Jentx. The ;{ev. Geisler spoke to the honored couple, after which an annive.sary song was sung by Mrs Lena Zumnch, Mrs Anna Meyer. Mrs Elsie Dreyer. Mrs Alex Radig :md Gus Krause. Mrs Gerald Radig conducted various games for the evening's entertainment. Mr and Mrs Krause received many lovely gifts. Lunch was served by the hos<-. esses, daughters of the honored IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and • Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT DRYER 106 V F.H long*"HEAT'CON. TROl up le 210* for soft drying of all fabrics. V IN-A-DOOR UNT TRAP for taiy removal of lint. V DRUM STOPS wh«n door ii eptned. V CONDITIONED-AIR PRINCIPLE for fad drying. V 100 CU. FT. OF AIR pan thf w clolhti tv«ry minvt*. Was 198.50 Now Only 169.95 From the standpoint of built-in qv.ality and performance, there is no finer dryer on the ntai-ket! Come.ia-«Mid .see,it Stoeber Hardware Fenlon, la. ...for all your needs We're ready at all iimos io help every member of this community wilh loans for all needs, savings plans and \11 bank services. May wo assisi you loo, soon? Savings Are Important For Your Future! And, important to local progress! This helps us make loans lo responsible borrowers, building soundly in Jhis community for ycur future ! It's Good Business To Pay Bills By Bank Check Your cancelled check for pay- ment—whelher for business or household bills — is your permanent recepit. Open a convenient checking account, here ! First Trust & Savings WE DEBEAK CHICKENS Welp's Poultry & Hog Feeds DUNCAN PRODUCE Phone 6 Fenton, Iowa VX$3&&&XXm3^^ of /e$$ cost. ,o^... 50% Faster .L+ Get guaranteed greater capacity with a Gcht Grind-All — up to 50% extra from the same power. Get more con? pnicnco features . . . save your time and money. The new, waist-high, 2 -speed Traveling Feeder makes grinding easy, quick, almost automatic. Gchl's wheeled Transport lets you grind nnywhcrc . , into bin, bag or wagon-box. For eaf corn, use Gehl's Crusher Head. Start now to save trip and handling time with Gchl's more effective PTO grinding \ ' /' power. Save money, and frod XJEJJJJjC d livestock better with a guaranteed * "* ~\^ Grind-All. Check Gehl's bonus features next timr you're in town. Ask us for names of local satisfied Gehl Grind-All users . yjhee' 80 V- O^ W •fC •* - Fenton 0»o:o^^ (Only Takes a Minute or Two) AND NO OBLIGATIONS ! Just Arrived! A New ATLAS HEADLIGHT AIMER This attachment checks the exaci cirn r-H visibility range of all sealed becsm headlighls. You know in ci r.v.iv;to v'-.^ther youi headlamps are correct in adjustment — or whether they are o menace to yourself and others. B FREE CHECK IF NECESSARY ADJUSTMENTS FREE OF CHARGE Standard Service In Fenton - Fenton and Armstrong, Iowa FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY J. Wallace Smith Agent General Insurance THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEEi*E DEALER Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 1?5 PI 17 Dr. E. W. 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