The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1957 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 15, 1957
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MM. EOflOl ifentott Hep*tfer August 15, 1957 Pwbllth«d I? tut topptf O« Meffttt Pftblithiftg Co., Algettfi, Iowa Choral Group Presents Fenton Program Tonight Fenton — Thursday, August 15, at 8 p.m. 'The Choralities' will present Concordia College in a concert of sacred music at St. John Lutheran church in Fenton. This concert will mark the 68th concert of a three month tour of the midwest. 'The Choralities' is a quartet of college men which was organized after its members enrolled last fall at Concordia College, St. Paul, Minn. On their tour they have presented concerts in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, the Red River Valley area of the Dakotas and western Minnesota and are now 4 completing their tour in Iowa "and southern Minnesota. Their concert is divided into three seasons of the church year, With three sections of song, the Nativity, Lenten, and Trinity seasons will be stressed as the focal point of the presentation. High lites of the program will include a 14th century hymn 'Go Not Far From Me, O Lord', a traditional melody of the 17th century 'Oh Come, Immanuel'. 17th century hymns, including 'O Jesu Grant Me Hope and Comfort,' 'Jesu Priceless Treasure', and Echo Hymn', and some 20th century compositions, 'The Lord's Prayer', 'O Sacred Head and the closing number 'Now ] Lay Me Down to Sleep*. Members of the quartet are left to right David Schmidt, son of Rev. Edwin A. Schmidt from St Paul, Minn., Jerome Wohlfeil, son of Rev. L. T. Wohlfeil of Hamburg, Minn., Terrell Schneider, son of.-Rev. L. F. Schneider of Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. and Theodore Staudacher, son of Rev. R. C. Staudacher from Kinde, Mich. 4-M Achievement Day On Monday, August 5th the Fenton Forward 4-H club held its annual Achievement Day at the home of Mrs Gerald Radig with twelve members and nine mothers in attendance. Mrs Elmer Krause and Sharon and Irene Reinhardt were visiting guests. Mrs Henry Looft and Mrs Willii, Cotton were the club judges. The style show was also conducted with ten members taking part. Jackie Laabs was chosen in the Junior division for the Fair and Judy Vpigt was chosen in the Senior division. The girls held a judging contest in which Jeanette Wichtendahl was chosen to represent the club at the Fair The three teams gave their demonstrations. On the Junioi team was Joanne Wichtendahl and Jackie Laabs giving a demonstration on how to make bedroom slippers. Intermediate team was Judy Berkland and Carol l3ollinger demonstrating collars. The senior team, Ruth Miller and Mary Reinhardt gave a demonstration on cleaning and oiling a sewing machine. At the close of the meeting, a delicious lunch was served by Mrs Radig. Wed At Fenton, August 4 Household Goods Sale •'^JMn^^biT^Wl^in self the following household III self the following household goods for the Don Boevers at their home In Fenton, Iowa Starting at 10 a.m. and continuing all day. Walnut Desk ., End Tables Coffee Tables Chest and Vanity Davenport and Chair Frigidaire Dehumidifier ,"G.E. Clothes Dryer ,"G.E. Deep Freeze •James Portable Electric Dishwasher •Floor and Table Lamps 21" Motorola TV (N«w) " r-48" Wall Cabinet, 1-24" Wall Cabinet, 1-30" Wall Cabinet, 1-48" Base Cabinet, All Blond Finish and Specially Made. ; R.C.A. Radio-Phonograph and Record Cabinet ; Sawbuck Table and Bench Rollaway Cot - Reed Tub Chair 26" Girls Bicycle • Toys Power Lawn Mower Vi H.P. Sioux Bench Grinder Garden Tools And Other Miscellaneous Items (32-33) You need MILK... Independence Idealists The Independence Idealists held their Achievement Day Show Friday, August 2. Each of the members brought and displayed items. Judges were Mrs Bred- choft, Mrs Pratt and Mrs Halweg. Lois Berkland, president, presided at the business meeting. Discussion was held on working in Country Stores and cleaning the exhibit building at the fair. 'Demonstrations presented were 'Seams that Beam' by Virgean Norland and Katherine Jacobson. A demonsration on 'Care of Shoes' was given by Joanne Mitchell and Joanne Lufkin. Both demonstrations will be presented at the Fair. Virgean Norland, Joanne Luf- kinj Katherine " Jacobson and Janice Jacobson each presented talks on the respective camps or conventions they had attended. The style revue was also con ducted. Each of the guis model ed one of the items she had made The three style revue girls selected from among the group were Virgean Norland, Teresa Naig and Katherine Jacobson. Following this, Margaret Pratt gave comments on the. demonstrations and clothing items. Lunch was served by the members of the Independence Mixers. W.S.C.S. Bertha Circle The Bertha Circle of the WSCS met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs Clayton Ditsworth. Mrs Earl North of Fontana, Calif., the former Bernice Lindsey, was a circle guest. Mrs Clarence Arbogast was in charge of the devotions and Mrs Wendell Rusch presented the lesson 'Bars and Stripes' which pre sented the need for missionary work among the military per sonnal. The next meeting will be held at the church parlors with Mrs Charles Lovejoy as hostess. Depew Fellowship The Depew Fellowship circle met in the Independence Town ship Hall Thursday afternoon Miss Anna Marie Mitchell was in charge of devotions, a reading was given by Mrs Morris Mitchell and a poem was read by Mrs Melvin Berkland. This meeting was to have been the annual picnic, but had to be held indoors because of the weather. tend the Walthet Leape .Carttp. Mr and Mr* W. E. Laafa and boys returned home Wednesday evening of this past week from a vacation spent in the Black Hills and other points 6f interest Mr and Mrs Nofmati Thfltnp- son of San Bernandino, Calif., Mr and Mrs Harlan Gaarde of Frost Minn, and Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and girls were Sunday dinner guests in the Albert Mitchell home. Mrs E. F. Newel and family of Sioux Center were weekend guests in the Arnold Hansen home. Mr and Mrs Bob Weasel and children, Ames, were recent visitors in the home of Mrs Walter Widdel. . The Fenton Processors 4«H club met Monday, Aug. 5, with Dennis Newel with fourteen members and two leaders present. The main topic for the' meeting was discussion and making plans for the Kossuth County Fair. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting by Mrs Newel. The Legion Auxiliary met Friday, August 9th. at <|he home of Mrs Ed Bruhn for pot luck picnic. During the business meeting it wa> voted to give $5.00 to the Veterans Domiciliary in Clinton. They also voted to send a box of candy to Eugene Sleeth, a sponsored child at i Glennwood. The president announced the county meeting to be held Tuesday, August 13th at Lone Rock. Mr and Mri Donald Wessel of Colesburg came Saturday evening for a visit with Mrs Walt Widdel. They returned home Sunday afternoon accompanied by Mrs Emma Gull, who has spent the past ten days with Mrs Widdel. Coming Events Thursday, Aug. 15 — "Choral- ites" concert at St. John Lutheran church; Blakjer W.M.F.; Independent Mixers; Helen Circle. Friday, August. 16 — Gene Circle of the W.S.C.S. Monday, August 19 — Com- munity Club meeting. Thursday, August 22—St. John W.M.F. at Depew. BALEft" Frank Hatfield of Macksburg was severely injured when he fell into a hay baler recently, his right hand was seriously injured «but was saved by surgery. Earrings date back to pre-historic times . CARO OF THANKS The recent sad loss of our beloved husband and father leaves us with grateful hearts, toward relatives, neighbors and friends. Their comforting expression's of sympathy and thoughtfulness, will always be cherished. The Walt Widdel family. 33* ...for all your Kl needs Yvonne Borchardt, daughter of Mr and Mrs O. J. Borchardi of Fenton, became the bride of Larry L. Beckley, son of Mr and Mrs J. F. Beckley, formerly of Fenton, in a double ring ceremony at St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton. Sunday, Aug. 4, at 2 p.m. Rev. W. H. Friederich officiated A reception followed in the church parlors for 100 guests. The bride is a 1957 graduate of Sentral high school and is presently employed at the First Trust and Savings Bank in Fenton. The bridegroom is a graduate of Hospers high school and is a junior high teacher at Burt. Following a two-week wedding trip, the young couple will make their home at Fenton. The complete wedding story was in last week's Upper Des Moines. (Glenn's Studio photo-UDM Engraving) YOU NEVER OUTGKOW YOUR NEED FOR MILK X ou'u LOOK BETTS*. *&* better, actually be Utter when you drift* $na»gi» jailk, Adequate ulk does fpw wonderful $fo$* far y0 you iltffp better, , * tasfj «wyaju tension tdftvm sttn/iiioQ .«. <md builds strength, not faff Driak at least three glasses everyday. It's the bealthl* «st habit you tan have. Fentofl Co-Op. Creamery W.S.C.S. Unit Meeting The regular meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service was held in the church parlors Wednesday, July 31st. The program opened with a piano prelude by Mrs Arnold Hansen followed by unison sing- 1 ing of a hymn. Mrs Fred Mortenson gave an interesting talk entitled 'Missionary Pilgrimage.' • Mrs Charjes Lovejoy was in charge of the lesson assisted by Mrs Arlo Ranney who presented 'I Am A Missionary in Cuba 1 and 'Isle of Pines.' Mrs Lovejoy presented 'The Island of Puerto, Rico' and Mrs Eugene Huskamp presented 'Tour of Puerto Rico.' The program closed with a hymn. Mrs Paul Hudson will remain card chairman. One is to call Mrs Hudson if they known of an illness. Mrs Wallace Smith presented the WSCS with a "high chair as a gift from Mrs Gerald Voigt. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs Arnold Hansen, Mrs Dele,- Weisbrod and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod. ' * ^^ " , -*!**.. J.. ._«.' ^jj., lewa Mr and Mrs Robert Morris of St. Paul spent the weekend with Dr. and Mrs E, W. Ruske. Mr and Mrs Earl Trask of Mis* neapolis were Friday and Satur* day visitors in the Roy Chrischll- les home. Also Friday evening guests were Mr and Mrs Glenn MSno and family of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Gerald Wiener aud family of Burt, Mr and Mrs Henry Schroedjer of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Ronald ChrischiUes and family of Fenton. Mr and Mr» R. P. Wolfe «*d Larry of San Antonio, Texas have been guests in the W. & Woile home. Susan fuiierton Q{ Dubuque j# visiting for several days in the Ed Bruhn home and with- other Fenton relatives. Mr and Mrs Rex Wolfe and their house guests Mr and Mrs R. D. Wolfe and Larry of San Antonio, Texas were Wednesday evening ' dinner -guests in the Jack Tieman home at Burt. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Anna Marie were!Friday and Saturday visitors in the Harlan Baustian home in Des Moines. Mr and JMrs Roelf Miller and Ruth visited Saturday and Sunday with Mr and .Mrs Carl Veer Jr. and family at Rochester, Minn. Mr and Mrs Charles Nelson of Cylinder were Wednesday evening visitors in the Martin Hantelman home. Mrs Elmer Greineri of- Whille- more and Mrs Tilda Greinert were Wednesday afternoon visitors of Mrs Sam Warner. Mr and Mrs Arnold Nielsen are the parents of a 7% Ib. daughter born Thursday, Aug. 8 at Emmetsburg. She has been named Kristie Lynn. Mr and Mrs Tony Brown were Tuesday evening guests 'in the Walt Pert! home. Mr and Mrs Elmer Lee and Mr and Mrs Darrell Lee and Kevin of Estherville were Sunday supper and evening guests in the Kenneth Halverson home. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn. Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman and Mrs Susan Fullerton, the latter of Dubuque attended the Indian Pow Wow held at Tama, Iowa Sunday. Mrs Hulda Baerman of Palmer, la. came Tuesday to get her -sister, Mrs Susan Fullerton ot Dubuque who has been visiting here with relatives. Mrs Fullerton < will visit in the Rev. John Baerman home for several days. Mr and Mrs-M. P. Nemitz attended the Antiqu'e gun collectors meeting held at Marshalltown, Sunday. Enroute home they visited with Rev. and Mrs C. C. Callahan at Gladbrook, la. Mr and Mrs Herbert Weiske and Paula of Cedar Rapids were guests in the parental Frank McFall home Monday through Wednesday of last week. Kent Weiske ,who had spent the previous two weeks with his grandparents returned home with his parents. They also visited with Mrs Hjelen Weiske at Burt. The Nelson family reunion was 'held Sunday in the Fenton Park with the following in'attendance: Mr, and Mrs Peter Thorson of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs August Nelson of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Al Hewitt and children of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Fred Brown, Mr and Mrs Eldon Brown, Mr and Mrs Albin Nelson, Mr and Mrs Leo Leininger and family of Lone Rock, Herman Gei- lenfield and children, Mr and Mrs Henry Wilbert and boys, and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara. .. The William Hanielman family drove to Lake Okoboji Sunday where Susan remained to at- BUIW/NG CONMACTOK Building-Repairing Remodeling FARM WORK A SPECIALTY "No Job Too Big, No Job Too Small With 28 Years of Building Experience' 1 Hantelman Building Service FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FiNTON, IA. GERALD VQIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WBISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERB DEALER Bus. Phono 3 &ti, Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUIlDINr, SERVICE far Bwildine»BeraodeUna Dr. E, W, Ruske DENTIST Offk9 Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE ., Avto & Tractor g§pairs FENTON, IA. 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 We're ready at all times to help every member of thU community with loans for all needs, savings plans and •ill bank services. May we assist you too, soon? Savings Are Important For Your Future 1 And, important to local pro* gressl This helps us make loans to responsible borrowers, building soundly in this community for your future I It's Good Business To Pay Bills By Bank Check Your cancelled check for pay* meni—whether for business or household bills — is your permanent recepit. Open a convenient checking account, here I _ First Trust & Savings Bank - Fenton and Armstrong, Iowa I Sf^OUR BANK? ADDITIONAL WIRING BEING INSTALLED Iff/. CiNTRAL IOWA CERTIFIED ADEQUATE WIRING BUREAU THE SIGN of the SMARTEST HAPPIEST FAMILIES IN ANY NEIGHBORHOOD "Some folks gef more gvt of We," They are not only abreast of the times, tkev're ahead of jfrero ! They anticipate their needs and jet ready- beforehand, The homeowner* who are Installing additional wiring are in this group. When you see the above sign go up in a neighbor's yard, put them down as smart folks who are not cmly getting the moat out of their electric appliance* today but will be wired to enjoy them to the utmost TOMORROW. IOWA EiECTillC TODAY... for Setter Living Hpw'» yevr homo'* wiring! TV Ik it pvtr with th» Mk» ot CENTRAL (OKA CERTIFIED

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