The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 9, 1965 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 9, 1965
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! DEC. 9, 1965 i ifenlwt (I..) Up,,., B., Mo*., Th U r,d.y, D...mb» 9. IMS Fenton Girl Takes Job In Navy Depf. FENTON - Mr. and Mrs." Paul Voigt and Roxanne left Friday for Washington, D. C. where Roxanne will start a civil service job with the Navy Department this week. Roxanne was a 1965 graduate of Sentra] high school and attended Gale Institute at Minneapolis this summer. - o - Mr. and Mrs. James Bierstedt entertained four tables of 500 on Sunday evening. High went to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and low to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade. The Fenton Methodist church reports that they collected 26 bags of items for the Goodwill truck tills past month. A total of 82 baps of material were contributed In this community in 1965. Mr. and Mrs, Morris Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell visited Sunday with the Chester Skaars of Primghar, la. The ALCW of the Depew Lutheran church met last week with Mrs. Joe Kay and Mrs. Lloyd Strand as hostesses. Mrs. Anlen Twalten was in charge of the program on stewardship and asked the Rev. Vorland, a missionary from Japan to speak to the group. Rev. Vorland was a week-long guest of the congregation. Thanskgiving evening guests of the Marlin Wegeners were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Mrs. Kate Wegener of Algona. The St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid of Fanton met last Wednesday for its annual Christmas party. A very fine program and pot-luck lunch was enjoyed by the members and their guests. Recent dinner guests of the Clarence Wegeners were Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener and family and Mr. and Mrs.Charles Feye and family. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley have gone to Edinlwrg, Texas for the winter months. A recent overnight guest of the Clarence Wegeners was Mrs. Kate Wegener of Algona. Fairville Aid Collects 247 Lbs. Clothing FENTON - St. Luke's Lutheran Ladies Aid of Fairville met last Thursday for its annual Christmas party. A very nice program of group singing and readings along with some word games pertaining to Christmas were lead by the program committee., which were Mrs. William Brulm, Mrs. Joe Culbertson and Mrs. Arnold Nielsen. Secret pals were revealed at a gift exchange and new names were drawn for the coming Shirley Osborn, A Former Seneca Girl, Is Engaged PROTEIN MAKES THE BEEF Higher protein feed for cattle can be the most economical in the long run. Felco Steak Maker is a 41% protein supplement, available with or without stilbesterol, that is designed to be fed at 1 pound per head per day under most feeding conditions. Urea, in combination with soybean meal, linseed meal and cottonseed meal, provides the protein. It contains Vitamin A, Vitamin D and Vitamin E. The use of stilbesterol increases rate of gain 10% to 20% and reduces feed requirement about 10% per pound of gain. Many top beef producers prefer Felco Steak Maker with stilbesterol to get to fat cattle. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Another 100)4 ftrmtr 1 ftLCO Cooperative year. It was reported at the business meeting that 247 pounds of clothing were collected at the recent clothing drive. The clothes were packed by ladies of the Aid and taken to Rlngsted to be trucked to the shipping place. Guests were Mrs.Rueben Luedtke, Mrs. Lyle Jensen, Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt and Mrs. Clarence Berkland. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Melvin Lauck, Mrs. Lyndon Kerber^Mrs. Winston Kerber and Mrs. Walter Pertl. Nativity Pageant Scheduled For December 22-23 FENTON - The Walther Leagues of Fenton, Fairville and Lotts Creek will present their Nativity Pageant on Dec. 22 and 23 at 7:00 and 8:00 p. m. Rev. Vehling of Lotts Creek is directing the choir for the group. The program also includes a play. The public is urged to attend. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reimers and family were Sunday supper guests of the Ed Reimers. Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn underwent surgery at Methodist hospital in Rochester, Minn. The Walther League of St. Luke's at Fairville is planning a carolling party for Dec. 19 followed by a party. Fenton W.S.C.S. Xmas Program FENTON - The WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church met on Thursday with Mrs. Ernest Ruske, Mrs. Ed Reimers, Mrs. Opal Root and Mrs. Art Voigt as hostesses. Mrs. Frank McFall was in charge of worship. Mrs. Lester Weisbrod, assisted by Mrs. Wendell Rusch, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, Mrs. Russel Eldridge, Mrs. Dale Voigt and Mrs. Ed Reimers presented a Christmas program to the group. In the business meeting plans were made for cleaning the church and for studying the Book of Acts in January. It was also voted to send a cash contribution to the Wall Street Mission in Sioux City for their Christmas fund. NEW INTRODUCING The NEW NO - FROST THIN WALL REFRIGERATOR - FREEZER APPLIANCES Washers and Dryers Model 779N (Illustrated, - Big capacity and plenty of convenience are yours in thii "No-Frost" top-freezer Trimwall model with on overall capacity of 16-3 cubic feet. The 152-lb. freezer has three ice trays, ice tray rack and ice-cube storage chest, handy removable shelf, deep door shelves. The refrigerator section has 11.9 cubic feet. for c/ectner, gentler washing ... fatf, aufomaf/c all-fabric drying This beautiful practical washer and dryer pair will perform all your laundry chores easier, better and faster. This Kelvina- tor Golden Touch Washer, Model W-747 features complete program washing. Six separate automatic settings give you the correct temperatures for washing and rinsing, agitation and spin speeds to suit any fabric including your most delicate items, wash-wear and woolens. The Dryer DE-947 gives you three automatic termination settings, sturdy wash-wear, regular or heavy fabrics. In addition you have three manual settings for normal heat, delicate heat or no heat fluffing. McFall Plumbing - Heating - Appliance SENECA - Mr. and Mrs. Archie Whitman of East Chain, Minn., announce the engagement of her daughter, Shirley Ann Osborn of Fairmont, to Kent Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Olsen of Fargo, No. Dak. Miss Osborn is a graduate of Mankato Business College. Her fiance was graduated from North Dakato State University with a degree in mechanical engineering. Both are employed as office personnel at Railway Motors, Fairmont, Minn. A spring wedding is planned. - o - James Bergum, son of the Raymond Bergums, was graduated from Mankato Business College at Mankato last Friday. He has completed a two-year course in accounting. His present plans are to enlist in the Navy and he was scheduled to take his physical at Minneapolis on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andre and family attended a family dinner at the home of an aunt, the Wesley Andersons, rural Wallingford, on Sunday. The Andersons had some 40 guests for dinner. "How to be a better 4-H club officer" was the topic of dis* "'. at the 4-H officer's train-, at the St. John^s high school at Bancroft Saturday. Approximately 225 took part. Among Seneca 4-H'ers in att- _ endance were Audrey and Kathy Bergum, Linda Sue Kracht, Anne Fortney, Kathy and Joan Binzen and Susan and Dick Lynch. Mrs. Henry Looft met with the group of club reporters. Larry Johannesen has enrolled at Iowa State University and is taking a short course in agriculture. The Struecker family held their family Thanksgiving last Sunday at the Harold Nelsons at Blooming Prairie, Minn. Attending were the Victor Strueckers, the John Strueckers, Mrs. Edna Johannsen, the Lloyd Nelsons from Ringsted; also the Herman Strueckers of Fairmont and Marie Struecker of Mason City. Recent guests of the Everett Withams included their daughters and families, the Norman Watsons and Rocky Sloters of Leland, 111.; the Robert Thiels of Platte, So. Dak.; and M r. and Mrs. Jimmy Lowman and baby from a naval station in the Washington area. They were here for the funeral of Jimmy Lowman's father, who was also Mrs. Witham's brother, Louis Lowman, 59. of Portland, Ore. The funeral service was held at Algona. Sunday afternoon and supper guests of the Everett Withams were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Richardson of Elmore, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Whitman, East Chain, Minn., were Sunday supper and evening guests of the Henry Loofts. Friends of Ralph Campbell will be interested in knowing that he is a patient at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville where he is reported to be critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Young of Minneapolis visited last Sunday with relatives and friends in this area. Mrs. Young is the former Tilda Johannesen. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hoppe of Truman were Sunday dinner guests of their daughter and family, the David Loofts. Plans Made For Yule Programs FENTON - The Commission on Education of the Fenton Methodist church has planned for the children's Christmas program which will be held Wednesday, Dec. 23, at 7:30p.m. Families are invited to the basement after the program for a fellowship hour. Practices for the program will be at 2:00 on Dec. 11 and 18. Margo Rusch, Mar yE lien Ditsworth, Teresa Voigt, Dawn Eldridge, Ervln Root, Dale Eldridge, Warren Jones and Rev. Eldridge drove to Morningskie College recently for their annual Youth Day. They toured the campus, sat In class rooms of their chosen field, visited the students they knew and attended a football game. - o - The Sentral Community high school will present its musical Christmas program on Dec. 12. (More details next week). The Sentral schools will be dismissing at 2:30 on Dec. 22 for Christmas vacation.": {5cfit>ol will resume on Jan. 3, 1966^ The LLL Christmas party of the St. John's Lutheran church will be held next Sunday evening at 6:00 p. m. A pot-luck supper will be served. Housewarming For Wegeners FENTON - The 47 Card Club held a house warming ontheMar- THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fvnton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers dhd Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone* FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 lin Wegeners on Sunday evening. Court whist was played and prizes were as follows: men's high went to Bernard Tigges, low toMarlin Wegener, women's high to Irene Alt and low to Edith Tieman. Travel prize went to Clarence Wegener. AWARDS Marilyn Molln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Molln of Santa Rosa, Calif., and formerly of Manchester, received two awards upon completion .of 10 weeks basic training at the Women's Recruit Training command, U.S. Navy. Marilyn was chosen Honop Woman of her company and also was presented the American Spirit of Honor medal, the highest award given to a recruit upon completion of training. Fenton, Iowa SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Ftnten, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE for Building » Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Fenton, Iowa Dr, E. W. Ruikt DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 2$ Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sale* & Service Phone 13 or 196 LLOYD M, BERKLAND licensed Real Eiate Broker and Farm loan* end Auction Service f>hon» 333 Fenton, Iowa Pre-lnventory Sale ON Baler Green Dee Twine 325 Lb. Test - 231 ft. per Ib. Treated for insects, rodents and mildew rot. 3000 ft. per bale. 0*1 >8.59 £+ while stock lasts FIRST COME - FIRST SERVED SALE ENDS DEC. 31, 1965 Weisbrod Implement Fenton/ Iowa PRAYER PLAQUE 10" Dia. Natural wood plaque wlfh meanln"fv! v«rie. 8-Inch Casual' SERVING Iron- TDAV ||OB * TRAY China SUGAR and CREAMER With 7RAY Reg. $1.79 Sparkling chrome "Dairy Farm" set. Gold Color CANDY DISH OO < " ut CI 7 lta ' design In glait. l-Cup Slie GLASS THERM Insulated Server VINYL SHOE BAG with Zipper Jdeal for carrying ihoei to work, etc. Warm Flannel lined VINYL GLOVES DRIVING GLOVES Choice of brown or grey. 100% cotton. Reg..*•< •77< Fleece lined. Sizei men and women. Hant'y 3-Tier LETTER CAL>DY Metal Cenitruction Gaily colored designs $J19 Gift Boxed FLASHLIGHT Gift let inclydei two batterlei REVOLVING LENS r!.iVlar G.I. Replacement iulb* Miniotvre Candelabra OvfaVer Ce C7Vt 29< 49< 65< Weatherproof and itvirdy for outdoor lighting. Ul approved. OUTDOOR LIGHTS Jet of J»v»n $J97 12-lnch WREATH With Bulb Bright red cellophane wreath. Decorated with poinsettla and silver leaves. STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, Iowa OUR OWN HARDWARE FAMIIY SiRVICI STORI

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