The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 23, 1965 · Page 7
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• DEC 16,1965 i i i m MI I I I I Published By The Upper Des Moinej • Publishing Co.. Alqona, Iowa | JOAN ROUIN6ER | News Editor Z ye«» pttttft* •f* in Hi* p*tt Hut «M |oy BAILEY'S STORE Fenton Churches Present Special Xmas Services FENTON- Area churches have the following schedule for services during Christmas. Fenton Methodist held its children's Christmas program Wednesday at 7:30 with a fellowship hour following in the church basement. Methodist Youth Fellowship will conduct a candlelight worship service at 7:30 Christmas Eve. St. John's Lutheran of Fenton will have its Sunday School Christmas program on Christmas Eve at 7:00. Services will be at 9 Christmas morning. St. Luke's Lutheran of Fairville wijl have its Sunday School program Christmas at 7:00, also. Services will be at 10 Christmas morning. Immanuel Lutheran of Lotts Creek will have its children's Christmas program Christmas Eve at 7:00 and services on Christmas morning at 9. St. John's Lutheran church of Depew will have its children's Christmas program Thursday at 7:30. Christmas Day services will be at 10 a. m. Fenton I Chit - Chat Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bruhn and family and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls were Sunday evening guests of the Wayne Bellingers of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber were weekend guests of the Lyle Basset family at Milford. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne spent Sunday in Spencer with the Richard Stuck! family. Wayne is home for the Christmas holidays from his NOTICE TO PUBLIC We Supply L-P Gas and Sell L-P Gas Appliances. LET US QUOTE YOU AND TAKE IT OVER P.S. It isn't too early to start thinking about next spring's fertilizer and anhydrous ammonia. TULOMA GAS PRODUCTS SHROCK DIVISION F«wtaaJMant: Manager^—.EldoruDurrcpP Phone 889-2720, Fenton p+if*.-** „•** • « "t'$ a pUiiurt to uprtii OURflPPRECIflTION (or your Loyalty «nd Cooperation MEYER Standard Oil TANr \tfAG0N Service j/ /i\" HOW'S TIE TIME TO GIVE MOM Those "Extra Hours 1 of Leisure with a Westinghouse PORTABLE DISHWASHR FREEDOM... from piles of dishes to be washed after every meal ... • More hours to spend with the family and in other happy activities. • The joy of having big holiday meals and festive get-togethers without a nagging thought of dishes to be washed! • This is THE GIFT for Mom! NEW 5-CYCLE CONVENIENCE... pre-sets Dish. washer for Fine China, Dishes, Glasses, Pots- Pans, Mixed Load or Rinse-Hold. Plate-Warming setting, too. ELEVATOR TOP RACK .,. lifts up to allow for easy loading. EXCLUSIVE SANITIZER ... assures 145° wash and final rinse... sanitizing double-fan drying. COMPLETELY PORTABLE... just snap on faucet connector, plug-in. Rolls about easily. EXTRA CAPACITY ,.. holds 12 complete table settings. OWA ElECTRI IGHliPOW R studies at Ames. Members of the Senior MYF of the Fenton Methodist church had a caroling party Sunday evening and after the caroling had a pizza party at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wolff and daughters of Grand Forks, No. Dak., were house guests of the Don Shaws for several days recently. Mr. Wolff is a graduate student at the University of North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod entertained at a pre-Christmas gathering recently. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Milferd Elbert and family of Whitte- tnore, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Schoenwetter, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schoenwetter, Mrs. Henry Ludke, Mrs. Mabel Lasson and Irvin Ax from Klemme. Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, Mrs. Louie Weisbrod and Mrs. Albert Mitchell were co-hostesses at a Christmas party honoring their new neighbors, including Mrs. Roger Ulses, Mrs. Elson Duncan and Mrs. LeRoy Jacobsen. Mr. Bob Geigel of Kansas City was a guest Monday and Tuesday of the Gerald Voigts. The Helen WSCS circle met recently at the home of Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod with Mrs. Clarence Arbogast and Mrs. Blanche Huskamp as co-hostesses. Mrs. Dale Voigt was in charge of the Christmas program which included a duet by Mrs. Russel Eldridge and Mrs. Jack Gerhardt, Christmas carols by the entire group and the Christmas Story. Members brought cookies which were to be delivered to the Kos'suth county home. Mrs. Don Shaw entertained at a coffee for Mrs. Clayton Wolff Saturday morning. Cindy Dreyer, daughter of the Victor Dreyer's, was surprised on her sixth birthday by the following guests: Shelly Kramer, Ronnie and Carl Feye, Mrs.Mel- vin Teisen and Marcia and Craig, and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and Kristine. Fenfon Womans Club Has A Xmas Program Fenton Woman's ClubmetDec. 14 at the home of Mrs. Ed Bruhn, with Mrs. Arlo Ranney as co- hostess. Seventeen members answered roll call-"A Christmas Legend of Story." Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber presided at the meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt. The club voted to give cash donations to five different charities. Mrs. Chas. Newel and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber were in charge of the program. Mrs. Newel gave several Christmas readings and Mrs. Stoeber had some comic sayings about Christmas. They also presented 2 playlets, "Mericano Christmas" by Mrs. Newel, Mrs. Stoeber, Mrs. Esther Frank, and Mrs. Ernest Votteler and "A Meaningful Christmas" by Mrs. Newel and Mrs. Stoeber. Quotations, "More than Holiday Greetings" were read by the group and Christmas carols were sung also. A luncheon was served at the end of the meeting by the hostesses. The January meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Chas. Newel. - o - ELECT OFFICERS The Men's Club of St. Luke's at Fairville elected the following officers at their last meeting: president, Kenneth Johnson;vice president, Howard Bruhn; secretary, Orville Weiner; and treasurer, Harlan Elmers. - o - Michael Lewis Finch, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Finch, was baptized Sunday at St. John's Lutheran church, with Mr. and Mrs. James Woltz as acting sponsors in the stead of Clarence Heinrich and Mrs. Eugene Harringa. Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Haase left Saturday to spend Christmas with their daughter and family, the Donald Grosses in Arizona. Sentral Community schools dismissed at 2:30 Wednesday for Christmas vacation. School will resume again Jan. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wolff and girls of Grand Forks, No. Dak., and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shaw were dinner guests Monday evening at the Charles Feyes. Tony Heine, son of the Burnett Heines was honored at a birthday party Friday. Mrs. Ida Dreyer was a weekend guest of the Edward Kohlwes family of Austin, Minn. Walther League of St. Luke's of Fairville were in Fenton Sunday evening to carol for some of the older members of the congregation. They then returned to the church to practice for their part in the Christmas Eve program, to decorate the church thunday, Dumber 23, 1965 Algona (la.) Upp«r DM Mftln«*-7 Christmas tree and for a lunch. St. John's of Fenton church choir presented a cantata Sunday evening, with refreshments served afterward, Dennis Geitzen;:uer, son of the Delbert Geitzenauer's, returned home last Tuesday from serving in the armed forces in Viet Nam. He has completed his term and began work at Charlies D-X Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt and Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause attended graduation exercises at FBI at Minneapolis where Marilyn Alt graduated Friday. Mrs. Alt stayed and spent the weekend with her daughter before returning home Sunday evening. BRIGHTEST WISHES To all of you from all of us ... Merry Christmas! CHARLIE'S D-X FENTON A Holiday Bouquet of Good Wishes FENTON PRODUCE LLOYD SUNDE FENTON We welcome this chance to wish each of you a merry Yule. FENTON 66" SERVICE Roger Ulses MDMH Wishing you a memorable, joyful Christmas holiday. FENTON Co-Op Elevator \ \ F«nton, Iowa Christmas is our wish for you and your family this Christmas. McFALIi Plumbing - Heating - Electrical and Appliances Fenton, Iowa We wish for you and your family all the joys to be had at this special time. ARMSTRONG OFFICE £»v FENTON

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