The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1960 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 13, 1960
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V September 6, 1960 Btorfdbouffhe... COIN ftCKINO POWER M1H8 1^ AND HOME STCBON grYtttsaea SAW CHEVROLET FENTON, IOWA Mr and Mrs Bob Johansen and family of Minneapolis, and Mr and Mrs Howard Rabey and family of Cedar Fall's spent the Labor Day weekend in the homes of Mrs E. J. Frank and Donald Shaw family. Wednesday evening dinner guests 'in the Frank McFall home were Mr and Mrs Carl Krucgur. Mrs Don Shaw and Rickey were irj Iowa City Friday where Ricky received a checkup. Melvin Warner of Chicago visited this past week in the homes of Mr and Mrs Sam Warner and Mr and Mrs Martin Ohm. Mrs Chris Dahl recently attended a coffee at Van's Cafe in Algona given by the, Rossuth County Council of Republican Woman. Mrs Dahl was one of the table hostesses. ifimiiw 11 epcir lev ly ftt« Upptr DM M«I*M Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON New* Editor Glennis Finnestad Bride At Santa Ana, California NOW from Your STANDARD OIL TANK MAN INSURANCE PROTECTION On Your Budget Plan Payments AT NO COST TO YOU! '"" Standard Oil Issues You An Insurance Policy FREE so that your budget plan payments are INSURED in case of (1) Accident (2) Sickness (3) Death. YOU GET STANDARD QUALITY AND A BUILT-IN "PEACE OF MIND" SEE JIM MEYER Your Standard Oil Man FENTON - PHONE 44 LONE ROCK -WA 5-3015 YOUR GUIDEPOST TO ALL MONEY MATTERS You can feel confident that your Interests will be care* fully considered and all your financial matters will be given prompt and ex- pert attention. FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK Fenton and Armstrong FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON. IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN PIIRI, NIVinDEA OfHl IQiMPMf NT I R«*. PlwfM 60 HANTILMAN BUILDING SERVICE Per Suildini . R*m*4tlin| f HON1 119 sf M Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 7? Residence 29 The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Print* •d That Takes An Interest In LLOYD M. BERKLAND IteniWMt Rff«l fetcrtt taker an d Farm Loon* , • Mwnt 911 . • • Nnton, (owe Fenton — In a pretty wedding ceremony solemnized Sunday, July 10 at 7 p.m. in the First Presbyterian church at Santa Ana, California, Glennis Jean, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Finncsted of Cylinder became the bride of Mr Gary Clyde Ducheny, son of Mr and Mrs Clyde Ducheny of Ypsilanti, Michigan. Rev. Robert Boss performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs Arthur A. Newcomer was organist. Mrs Robert Boss, soloist, sang "Love" and "Oh Perfect Love." The ' bride, given in marriage by her father, was" attired in a dress of Embroidered silk organza, styled with short sleeves, high empire waist emphasized with tuck rose under bodice, full skirt with chapel train featuring a tuck rose at the center back of the train. She wore a fingertip veil attached to a crown headpiece of pearls, orange blossoms and illusion net. The bride wore a single sirand of pearls, a gift of the groom. She carried a white Bible adorned with white orchid, siophanotis and satin streamers. Marion McCowen, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a lavender dress of net over taffeta. Marilyn Neary, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid and wore a green dress of net over taffeta. Both wore corresponding headpieces of pearls and net and carried white carnation bouquets. The groom was attended by Jim Snyder as bbstman and Tom Allison as groomsman. Ushers were Louis A. McCowen and Pat Neary. The men of the bridal party wore dark suns. The bride's mother chose for the "occasion a blue lace dress with white accessories and wore a corsage of white carnations and pink roses. Following the wedding, a reception was held in the church parlors. Sharon McCowen was in charge of the guest book. Dining room hostesses were Mrs Ralph Bell and Mrs Robert Hayre. Mrs Glen Clark presided at the coffee service and Sharon McCowen at the punch bowl. Mrs Virgil Hammer cut and served the wedding cake. Joyce Bell was in charge of the gifts. The bride is a graduate of Fenton High School «nd is now employed -in Santa -Ana, California. The groom is a graduate of Milan High School and is now serving in' the United States Marine Corps at El Toro Santa Ana, Calif. The couple will make their home in Santa Ana, (UDM Engraving) Mr and Mrs Marold Schlei and Steven and Mr and Mrs Edward Schlei recently returned from a 3,200 mile trip which took them through eight southwestern states. While in Denver, they visited in the" Gerald McClintock home, and also visited 'Mr and Mrs Edward Woisbrod. High, lights of the trjp included driving to the lop of Pike's Peak in Colorado, touring the Carlsbad Caverns, viewing .the Whitp Sands area of New Mexico, and thu Pioneer Village in Mindere, Nebraska. . The WoUer Family reunion was held Sunday, Sept. 4lh, at the Fenton Community Center. Those attending w e re; Mrs Louise fcfuf ggr, J4i- s jes Blom, Larry and Norman, Mi and Mrs Harold Geudvh and family, Mrs William Jaskulke, all of Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Glen Hoppe, Truman, Minn., Mr and Mrs Aug. Gabel Swea City; Mr and Mrs Fred Bierstedt.Whitte- more, Mrs Rosine Wolter and Elma, Mr and Mrs John Groen and family, Mr and Mrs Melvin Hagg and family, Mr and Mrs Melvin Walker and family, Evert Vigdal all of Algona, Mr and Mrs H. J. Jaskulke of Granada, Minn., Mr and Mrs Harold Wolter and family, Mr and Mrs Melvin Pompe and family of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Ernest Mueller, Mr and Mrs Harlan Mueller and Dale, and Mr and Mrs Marlin Wegener and family Mr and Mrs Donald Shaw and family spent the weekend in the C. E. Shaw home in Des Moines. While there they attended the 2- day annual reunion of the 34th Infantry Division. Mr and Mrs Roland Noahs of Kansas City were last, weekend guests in the Everett Dreyer home. They attended the Walker-Dreyer wedding. Mr and'Mrs Ewald and Cheryl of Austin, Minn., were also guests from a distant who attended the wedding. Mr and Mrs Roger Dreyer returned home Saturday from their honeymoon. They will make their home at 2410 >/ 2 Shields in Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Jerald Waite and Tamara returned to their home in Manhatten, Kansas, Sunday after visiting the past five weeks with Dr and Mrs John Waite and Walter Wegener. , The Legion Auxiliary met in the home of Mrs Levon Steinberger Friday afternoon. The president held a special unit school of instruction before the business meeting. The dues were collected for the new year. At the business meeting the members voted to send $2.50 to the U.S.V.A. Hospital in Des Moines. The District meeting was held at Dcnison Sunday the llth of Sept. The Ladies of the Fairville Ladies Aid were guests of the Lotts Creek Ladies Aid for a guest day Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs A. E. Stigman of Tharville, 111. visited from Wednesday to Monday in the Char- les Thecsficld home. Mr and Mrs Edward Schlei went to Klerhmc Friday to attend the funeral of Lydia Beier of Waterloo, a Cousin of Mr Schlei. Mr and Mrs Chris Dahl and son Dennis of Seneca, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Adolph Meyer of Ringsted met Mr and Mrs Chris Dahl and Mrs Elsie Nielsen all of Tyler, Minn., and Marveleen Nielsen of Minneapolis, Minn., at New Ulm, Minn., for a picnic and gel-together last Sunday. Recent coffee guests in the Frank McFall home were Mesdames E. C. Weisbrod, Charles Weisbrod, Gerald Voigt, John Munch, John Thecsfield, Jessie Newel, R. C. Goetsch, and Miss Agnes Goetsch. The Depew Fellowship Circle . met Thursday afternoon at the { home of Mrs Melvin Berkland. Mrs Ernest Berkland was in charge of the lesson and Mrs Duella Cody tne Devotions. Guests were Mrs Oliver Johnson, Mrs Harvey Hendricksen, Mrs Ed Mitchell, Mrs Paul Zumach, and Mrs Dale Voigt. Mr and Mrs Frank McFall were Tuesday evening dinner guests in the Wendell Rusch home. Mr and Mrs B. G. Berkland were Sunday guests in the Elmer Kalvig Sr. home at Kanawha. Monday Mr and Mrs Berkland went to Lincoln, Neb., where they were guests in the -Frank Franson home. While in Nebraska they attended the State Fair. They returned home Thursday. Sunday dinner guests in the Art Mueller home were Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller and boys and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family. Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller visited in the Howard Bierstedt home at Lone hock Monday evening. MrsThilges, 36, Succumbs; Rites Monday • • Fenton — Funeral •• service* were held Monday, Sept. 12, for Mrs Norbert Thilges. Mrs Thilges. age 36, died Friday at 2:25 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, Minnesota. She had been ill several weeks and had under gone surgery for a brain tumor. Mrs Thilges, was born May 30, 1924 at St. Joseph, Iowa, daughter of Mr end Mrs Joseph Stattelman. She attended.St. Joseph parochial sch6ol. October 14, 1947 she was united in marriage to Norbert Thilges. Previous to their moving to Fenton August 1st the family lived in the Seneca Community. Norbert Thilges has operated the Fenton Recreation Parlors since mid-February of this year. Surviving Mrs Thilges is her husband; 3 daughters and one son; Jolene, 12; Sandra, 9; Le- Ann, 6; and Kelly 2. Also surviving is her mother Mrs Rose Stattelman ot St. Joseph, a brother, Frank of Buffalo Center, 3 sisters, Lorena, Mrs Joseph Vol- Imar of Bancroft; Helen, Mrs Peter Ncllis, Spirit T,akc; and Anita, Mrs Edward Thilges of St. Joseph. Mrs Thilges was a member ol the C.D.A., St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft, and also attended St. Michael's Catholic church at Whittemore. Services were held at 9:30 Monday at St. Jonn's Catholic church at Bancroft and burial was at St. Joe Cemetery. Monsignor J. H. Schultes was the officiating pastor. The parish Rosary was recited at 9 p.m. Saturday evening and at 7:30 Sundnv Tuesday, Sept. 13, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper Del NOTICE A calf strayed to my place approximately June 1. Owner may have same by identifying, paying for feed and this ad Write Box 69H % Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa. 37* AN INVITATION We Invite You All To Stop In And See The Demonstration Plot Of DeKALB SEED CORN FURNACE CLEANING We Have Rental Service (Reasonable Rate) ON PULLMAN PORTABLE VACUUM CLEANER for FURNACES Rent It — Do It Yourself — Clean Your Furnace McFALL PLUMBING & HEATING FENTON 1V4 miles south Hwy. 44 of Fenton on HOMER MATTHIESEN Fentbn LAWRENCE BESCH Whittemore Come in and see the CORN CRIBS WITH NATURAL AIR DRYING SYSTEMS Here's the Corn Crib that dries ear corn down to safe storage levels foster for Government Sealing. CorViplete Package includes: A. 5 hp 24" fan (3 phase or single); B. steel connector band; C. 24" solid steel entry tube) D. heavy steel bar mesh ventilator. All hardware includedl Behlen Corn Crib is made of No. 2-gauge steel Bar Mesh... galvanized wifh up to 6 time* normal amount of zine offer welding to prevent rust, even on weld spots. "Steep Pitch" roof fills to peak without hand level* . ing. Extra wide doors. L " From 611 to 1940 bushels. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulant* Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence »hon« FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 For A LIMITED TIME We Offer A SPECIAL DISCOUNT on Fertilizer Plowed Down This Fall. ' Stop in and make arrangements for your Fertilizer Spreading As Soon As Possible * * * It will be a big Saving Over Next Spring's Fertilizer Prices. FALL APPLICATION GIVES YOU MUCH BETTER RESULTS ON NEXT YEAR'S CROP ... ALSO LESS PACKING ON YOUR SOIL ! FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR ^ 1 CARLOAD OF KUEHNE & VIRTUE JUST ARRIVED FALL AS DINETTE SETS Each Set Complete, 4 to 6 Chairs, All Have Burn-Proof Finish. Latest Styles, Chairs in Vinyl Plastics. , "Dangereui. eurW iron' o too•oft mattress can cause- painful ** "morning backache," Sleep on a t.f..t4»iignt$| in cooperation with leading orthopedic iwrgeoni. Extra Length — 39" wide (twin) or 34" x 81'/z long. AUp ex|ra width. FOAM RUBBER, full er twin si»es. PETERSEN FURNITURE Nnton, Iowa $49.95 1 Set Includes 7 Pieces In Dinette Set and a 32-Piece Setting of Dishes OVER 30 SETS TO CHOOSE FROM 1 CARLOAD of OCCASIONAL CHAIRS & PLATFORM ROCKERS, from $26.95 PETERSEN FURNITURE Two Full Floors of Furniture, Sensibly Priced FENTON, IOWA V.V.'.VfV.VSSViVtViN'.SV.V/eSV.'.V.ViSSVW.'.VeVeVeVeViSVe'AV^

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