The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1960 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 27, 1960
Page 17
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September 17, I960 Published By Tha Upper Da* Moln« Publishing Co.^Algona, Iowa MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON N«wi Editor Fenton T & C Club Opens ram For New Year Fentp'tt —!.%e first business of the cl'ufa- year "for Mrs Calvin . Vau'dti president ' of ' the Town' * ' 'Wpmans Club of Fentor£* was ' t6 ^nlrhe' committees for the ,'6'n'nual MalioweeK {forty' for the d&fnmunity children. Mrs Eugene ^Masage'rj' chairman, and Mrs'Oate, will serve' on thV- over-all planning comrnitte'e with Mrs Jack Gerhart 1 and"Mrs "Darrel Dreyer on the food comrfilnee. The party to be held on October 31 is planned " for-' Children through the eighth' &rade1 ' ' __ Other officers taking over their duties "for 'the "'year at last Tuesday night's mee.ting art Mrs Lyle NeWel, vice president; Mrs Ervin Borchardt, recording secretary; Mrs Harlan 'Eimer, rural Cylinder, corresponding secretary; Mrs Eugene Huskamp, rural Ringsted, treasurer; and Mrs Dale Weisbrod, historian. This year's theme ''foY'the local club is 'Our Talents Applied'. Mrs Warren. Jones was hostess to the group ( in her home with Mrs Eimers co-hostess.-As litera-' ture chairman 'Mrs Jonfes urged more reading with a goal for the year of five books per 'member. Program committee, Mrs Kenneth' Johnson, iural Cylinder, and Mrs Merwin Priebe, presented poetry favorites with a back- to-schbbl theme, , , Donald Knudson, son of Mr and "Mrs Jord'en" Kupdson, former Fenton residents and Russel Kramer of' Truman, Minnesota, spent the Week-end with.Den-, nis Ohm. Donald and Russel will leave the first part of October for.the Air Force. ; Mr and Mrs Albin Nelson and Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and boys were Sunday dinner guests in the Kenneth'Halverson home. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halver,- sori and' Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and boys were last Sunday guests in the home of Mrs Elmer Harvey' in Fort Dodge. The Wilberg family also visited in the Raymond Long home at Goldfleld. . -. Ahti-Freeze Specials (All Are Carry Oytf rfces) ZERONE.— -Gal. $1.25 (This is an alcohol anti-freeze) '' PARALAND. ..Gal $1.89 (Phillips Permanent Anti-Freeze) ZEREX - — — -—Gal. $2.39 (Permanent Type Anti-Freeze) PRESTONE— .. ~iGq!.$2.39 (Permanent Type Anti-Freeze) KRAUSE'¥'SERVICE FENTON Phillips 66 Petroleum Products, Batteries For Car, Truck, Tractor or Farm - Firestone Tires mm Sleep on a SEALY Posturledic "Dangerous curve" from a too- 10ft mattress can cause painful "morning backache." Sleep on a button-free Posturepedic Mattress ',.. designed In cooperation with leading orthopedic surgeons. Extra Length — 39" wide (twin) or 34" x 81'/2 long. Also extra width. FOAM RUBBER, full or twin sizes. «•>';< *3K?~~,* '*;?• .'.? fcy&£& «-' < * *-r^ PETERSEN FURNITURE Fenton, Iowa FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN YOU To Fenton WEIS6ROD Implement Company JQfHN 01181, NiWMRIA end Phoot 9 BUILDING SERVICE ewiltJin$3. R«mo PH9N? IM v Of, I, W. R P6NTI5T 79 25 The Fpnton RiPQRTiR Tb» Poly P«bUcatioi» Print Mr and Mrs Alfain Nelson .ward last- Tuesday evening dinner guests in the S. E. Straley home, On Wednesday evening they were entertained in the William Elmers home for" dinner.. The 1 Nelsons are returning to their, home in Tempe, Arizona, this week following A twp*month Visit with relatives and friends in this vicinity. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne drov« to Chicago on Frictay and attended the wedding of Garland Borne daughter of Dr. and Mrs W. E. Borne. Mrs Stoeber remained for a visit and returned home on Wednesday. Mrs Borne is a twin sister of Mrs Stoeber, ' . Sunday dinner guests in the Richard ; Underwood home Were Mr and Mrs Clarence Underwood and Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell. Mr and Mrs Darrel Dreyer and family and Mrs Everett Dreyer spent Saturday and Sunday in Sioux City where yiey were guests of Mr and Mrs Roger Dreyer. , Miss Agnes Goelscn entertained several guests at her home Thursday afternoon; ZLnjoying the courtesy were Mrs Jessie Newel, Mrs Ed Pr-iebe,' Mrs E. C. Weisbrod,.Mrs R. C; Goetsch, and Mrs J. A. Schwanz. Relatives pleasantly surprised Mr and MrS Clifford Douglas on Sunday in jhonor of their 12th wedding anniversary. The . group- enjoyed playing cards- after which lunch was served. by the self-invited guests which included Mr and Mrs Fred Douglas of Rodman,* 1 Mr and Mrs Lyle Douglas and Donna of Curlew, Ernest Douglas" of Mallard, Mr'and Mrs fetai-lan 'Kramer and Ronnie of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Jerry Jentz and family and Mr and Mrs Dale Douglas and family. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber were Thursday evening dinner guests at the Richard Stuck! home to celebrate Mrs Stucki's birthday. Mr and Mr,s Frank McFall and Mr and Mrs Franklin Rusch and children were guests Tuesday evening in the Wendell Rusch home. The occasion honored Margo's birthday anniversary. Mrs Everett Dreyer spent last week-end in Minneapolis where she visited with Mrs Lerja Koh- Iwes and Doreen. Mr and Mrs Dean Cannon are the parents of a 7 Ib. and 2 bz. son born Monday, Sept. 19 at the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville. He has been named Lynn Lee. . Mr and Mrs William Meyer of Algona were Sunday evening guests in the Martin Ohm home. Wednesday evening dinner guests in the Ray Stoeber home were Mrs Elsie Reed and Mrs Virgie Allen of Algona. The'oc- casion honored Mrs Reed's birthday anniversary. , Mr and Mrs George Jentz and Mr and Mrs Fred Jentz vacationed in the Black' Hills and visited with the Eldon'Hurlburts at Rapid City, South Dakota. Enroute home they .visited with Mr and Mrs Charles Newel, Mr and Mrs Walter Krause, and Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener who were vacationing at Deer River, Minnesota. Independence Mixers Meet Tax Refunds To Fenton — The Independence Mixers Farm Bureau ,Club held their annual Guest Day Tea' on September 22,' at the Independence Township ••ul. The Tea Table was centered with a bouquet. of ,fall garden flowers, Autumn leaves of red and gold • were strewn over the lace cloth and the napkins bar-, monizing' were of gay auturmv leaves. ; A dainty lunch was served by the hostesses,' Mrs Alden Rhoades and Mrs William Wiener. The Vice-Chairman Mrs'Ernest' Votteler ' called the. meeting to order.' <fe The program consisted of the singing of patriotic songs by the group. , 'Boll call, "Why Should I be sure to Vote" was answered, by members and guests. A humorous skit 'Mrs Menerva, Malnop First Vote' was given by, Mi* Paul Voigf, iMfs Carl Beck,: Mrs ; Hildreth "^ettit, Lucenda Bierstedt; Mrs Ernest Vpueler, arid Mrs Herbert 'Bierstedt; "Instrumental guitar solos and 'singing was furnished by Mrs Ernest Berkland. The Sect, and^Treasu.. rers'''•'•reports- were- read by the Secretary Mrs Ernest Berkland. Guests included Mrs Darrel Underwood,- Mrs Henry Garrelts (County President) of Ayrshire; Mrs Joe Nemeth, (Township Chairman) of Emmetsburg; Mrs Amos Berkland, Vernon Co. Vice Chairman, and Mrs .Ralph Snyder; Vernon Co. Trends in Agriculture. Members present Were Mesdames Freda Siems, Alden Rhoa-r des, William Wiener, Ernest Votteler, Willred Bierstedt, Joe Kay, Ernest 'Berkland, and Clarence Underwood. guests at the Curtis Olsen home' 'Mr and Mrs 'Earl Me Intire; former Seneca residents now living naar East Chain Minn., announce the engagement of their daughter, Bonnie Joyce, to Jerold Westphal, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Westphal' of Fairmont., Mr and Mrs Albert Johnson took their daughter Darlenc to Cedar Falls last week where she has enrolled at Iowa State Teachers College. She will take a course in Elementary Education. Mr and Mrs":Tom Hensley of Indianapolis, Indiana spent last week at the Everett Witham's. On Sunday they visited the Grotto at West fiend artd then drove to Irvington where they visited the Carl Seips. Enroute home they called on the George Lees in Algona. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and family were Sunday guests at the Raymond Long home at Renwick. The dinner honored Mr and Mrs Robert Long and Sally and Bob Bruster all ;of Reading, Pa. who were visiting a't the Long horn*. Lyman Hurlburt, who teaches at Fonda, spent the weekend with his parents, the^Maynard Hurlburts. ' Mr and Mrs ' Henry Wilberg and family and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson of Fenton were Sunday evening guests at the Mrs Elmer Harvey home at Fort Dodge. "Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg Mr and Mrs John Johannesen. Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen, Ricky and Debbie, and Mr and Mrs Henry Looft spent Sunday evening at the Harry Vahldiecks, Wallingford., ' HONORED Howard Schoonover, 80, , of Eagle Grove, was recently ' honored for 50 years of Boy Scout work. He organized the first boy scout troop in Eagle Grove in 1911. ' Goad Caravan To Coffee In Fenton Fenton — The Coad-for-Con- g'ress Caravan will arrive in Fenton Tuesday, Oct. 4, at approximately 10 a.m. and will .enjoy a coffee break 'at the Fentpn Community Center. Local citizens are cordially invited to be present, meet Congressman Coad, and discuss whateve^ matters they may wish to call to Mi' Goad's' attention. Coming Events Pepew Ladies Aid, September 29 — Thursday. Methodist M.Y.f. Party, September 29 —. Thursday. St. Jphn's Ladies Aid, October g _ Wednesday. W.S.C.S., October 6 — Thursday. Fairville Ladies Aid, October 6 —. Thursday. Are Named By Seneca Group Seneca — The sieneca Progressive Farmers 4-H "club met at the home of Vernon Wilberg Sept. 17. New officers were elected'? Vernon 'Wilberg, pr>eSide'nt; James Bergum, vice ^president; Richard England, secretary and treasurer; Jamie Jensen, reporter; 'Craig Jensen, photographer; and Loten Men/,' sergeant-at- arms. Raymond Bergum and Roger Jensen were elected leaders. -Jamie Jensen and Vernon Wilberg gave demonstrations. 'Robert Johnson "of Algona was a guest. •'- ' • Vernort Wilberg and Jamie Jensen received a red ribbon on their demonstration at the. Clay County'fair.', . t Honored On 25th . Mr and Mrs Cecil Baldwin were honored Tuesday evening by members of their card club on their 25th wedding anniversary. The evening was spent playing cards after which refreshments were enjoyed. The 'honored couple were presented with a purse of money. Present were Mr and Mrs Clarence Menz, Mr arm Mrs Lyle England, Mr and Mrs Ted Jensen. Mr and Mr? Jerry Jentz, Mr and Mrs Frank Meyers, Mr and Mrs L,ester Osborn, Mr and Mrs Clarence Osborn, apd Mr and Mrs Charles Beavers. Mr and Mrs Mai-tin Wilbere and Lois spent' Monday night with their §on, and brother Lloyd Wjlbe'rg ir» Minneapolis and on 'yijesdsy drove to Northfield where Lois began her sophomore St. Olaf college. Mr and Mrs Ray Goehring of Jackson, Minn, were Friday Burt News The members of the V.P.W. Auxiliary met at the hall Tuesday evening. Hostesses were Shirley Mitchell and Bdtty Miller. Mr and Mrs Hiram Ackerman ' took their daughter and granddaughter, Mrs Jim Klaas and Bonnie to Fort Dodge Saturday where they were met by Mr Klaas who took his wife and daughter back home to Marshalltown with him. The Ackcrmans also visited with their son Gary and Julie Jackowell while in Fort Dodge. Gary T is recuperating from' a badly gashed leg received While at work last week. Rev. and Mrs E. L. Wittkopp, Marcus, were guests in the home of their daughter and family, the Eugene Meyers Thursday and Friday. Rev. Wittkopp is a former pastor of St. Johns Lutheran church. Mrs Bert Johnson was hostess to the members of the Jolly, 10 club at her home Saturday. Mrs Schlei Is Circle Hostess Fenton — The Nellie Circle met Wednesday in the home of Mrs Ed Schlei with Mrs Arnold Hanson as co-hostess. Mrs Hansen was in charge of the prayer service, Mrs Lester Weisbrod was in charge of the worship, and Mrs Frank McFall preschted the lesson entitled 'Basic Christian Beliefs'. ' Tuesday', Sapf. 27, 1^0. Alfldna (I*.) Upper Dei READ THE WANT APS—IT PAYS Fenton Dentist At Study Meet Fenton — Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske attended the Tri-State Dental Study Club meeting at Minneapolis on September 16th and 17th. TRAILER TIRES 7:60 x 15 Nutread —.Cheap. Get Guaranteed Anti-Freeze Protection vyith ATLAS PERMAGUARD anti-freeze. We Replace At No Extra Cost To You If You Should Lose Part or .All Of Your First Winter/Fill. Hansen's Standard Serv. FENTON, IOWA THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEl Ftntpn, Experienced Erpbalmer^ and Funeral Directpn Ambulance S»rvl?t ' R.ljgble 24 Hour FwnejtiU Mny Bo MerH To Uf With Confidence Phon* RINGSTED 93 31SQA 30316 FALL SPECIALS ON V NEW MACHINERY FIRST COME - FIRST SERVED -6 x 10 J. D. Barge Box $179.00 -7 x 12 J. D. Barge Box $198.00 -4 ton Twin-Draulic wagon, less tires ___ $119.00 -5 ton Sudenga wagon, less tires $149.00 -5!/ 2 ton Broyhill bolster hoist $ 99.00 -5!/2 ton Interstate bolster hoist $ '79.95 -1500 bu. Sioux corn crib w/air dry ventilator (list $650.00) $520.00 POLAR PERMANENT ANTI-FREEZE in YOUR CAN @ gallon, $1.85 WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTQN, IOWA SECURITY Tomorrow CONFIDENCE «PHP II^^WHP ^^B^ ^^ff FENTON OFFICE Your Bank Is Here To Serve Your bank is here to serve. This means not only the usual banking transactions — check* jng accounts, cashing checks, savings ac^ counts - but some of the !WP personal matters, If you have proWfirns which nw need the services of a bank, we invite you to talk it over with us, All deposits Inured to $10,000 By Federal Deposit Insurqiuf CJP'P- & Savings Bonk CALL US AND NEW LOVELINESS! • Permanenls • Hair Color • Hair Styling • Damaged Hail • Hair Trims Treatments Laels Beauty Shop Phone 99. Fenton, Iowa QUR OUIN HARDWARE 6-ln. plain faced. ^";;;"- low prletd, loo. 4-CEtl 6-VOLT BATTERY Regularly $3.95. Soy* 66f o\ thil tale. Our Own Challenger RED BARN PAINT firit quality palntl In ^J . I aal. cam. 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