The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1960 · Page 13
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November 15, 1960 3-Day Open House Set This Week For Priebe's Fenlon — The Ray Priebe family is holding Open House the last three days of this week in their fine new store building which was enlarged during tht summer to occupy the space formerly used by the Fenton Theatre. The brick theatre building required considerable remodeling especially to even up the floor. General contracting was handled by the Hantelmun Building Service and Fenton Lumber Co. Electrical wiring and fixture installations were made by Stoeber Hardware. The enlarged area doubles the floor space in the grocery and meat departments and the real of the new unit or old theatre building is now being used for the steadily increasing egg candling and shipping department. This had formerly been in the basement of the old building, and the volume had far outgrown the quarters available. Thursday. Friday and Saturday of this week the-Open House will be held and a variety of attendance awards are being ollerei as ou]lined in detail in the Trie be Store formal ad invitation. Mr and Mis Fred Brown oi Mason City were Monday evening dinner guests in the S. E. Straley home. Miss Julie Marsh of New Providence spent the weekend in the home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Raymond Lister. Mrs Florence Behno spent last weekend with her sister and her family , the Merle Nelsons at Rockford, Iowa. Sunday evening dinner guests in the Olaf Norland home were Mr and Mrs Merlin llantelman and Mrs Idella Gerike of Du- Intque, Mr and Mrs Fred Langer- l~nan and Mr and Mrs Laurence Hantelman of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Everett Klocko and Fred of Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Norman Bollingcr and Debra, Mr and Mrs Arnold Hantelman and • family, Dr. and Mrs John Waite and girls, Mr and Mrs Eldon Hantelman and girls. Mr and Mrs Howard Fuller and family of New Providence were weekend guests in the parental Hans Baago home. Mrs Florence Behne attendee the wedding of Miss Viola Hilton at the Methodist church at Burt Saturday evening. The bride-elects mother is fifth grade instructor at the Lone Rock school. Oilier teachers of the I,one Hock school we're also -in attendance. Guosts in the Franklin Mueller home in honor of the birthday anniversaries of John Mueller and Peggy Voigl were Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family. Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family, Mr and Mrs Art Mueller, William Voigl, Lois and Peggy. Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman and Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn were Thursday evening guests in the Ted Mciei home near Whilte- moro. The; occasion was in lionoi of Ted's birthday anniversary. The Fenlon Township Homemakers will meet this Friday, Nov. H) in the home of Mrs Ed Bruhn with Mis Willis Cotton of Lone Rock assisting hostess. Tuesday, Nov. 15, 1960 Alaono (la.) Upper Des Monei—S Dahl. Andiea Dennis N.uline Weisbrod, Klaine and Bonnie Wchrspan. Slcfanski. SchlM. tesses Mrs uon of hist wci-k with hos- Mrs Clarenee Underwood, Art Voigt nncl Mrs Dale Holiday Plans Made By Fenton Fenton Woman's Club Reviews Several Books Feniqn -*- The Fenton Womans Club met Tuesday in liic home of Mrs W. E. Luagc with Mrs Wil- icd Stoebcr assisting hostess. VIembcrs answered roll call by giving an interesting fact about i political candidate. Mrs Arthur ?ricbc, president, asked the club members to open the Election Day meeting by reading with her The Freedom Pledge'. Mrs Harvey Walker, program chairman 'or November, began the program by reading 'Prayer for the next United States president', by Sidney J. Harris. It appeared Nov. 4 in his syndicated column in the Des Moines Register. Mrs Lester Weisbrod reviewed and read excerpts from Taylor Caldwfll'S book. 'The Listener'. The novel relates the moving experience of several persons who, when death is imminent, approach the 'Listener'. The author was born m England, the daughter of a commercial artist and poet, came to the United States at the age of seven. Among her best sellers arc 'Dynasty of Death' 'Dear and Glorious Physician', 'This Side of Innocence'. 'Let Love Come Last' 'Never Victorious', 'Never Defeated', and 'Tender Victory'. Fenton — The local Legion Auxiliary met Friday, Novcmhci 11, with Mrs Merle Voigl. During the business meeting, plans wen- made to send twelve do/.i n cookie:; to the Woodward Hospital. $2.50 was sent lo the USVA Hospital at Knoxville. Plans were made to send gifts to the Veterans Ciift Shop. The local Auxiliary will serve lunch at the joinl-rounly Li-i'.ion- Auxiliar.y meeting lo lie held at the Fenton C.'oi'imunily Center on Thursday, Nov. I7ln. Announcement was made that the quota for I his year's membership is 30, and one more member is needed to fill this quota. The Legislative report was given by Mrs W. E. Laage. The December meeting will be hold in the home of Mrs .Ion ' Waile. Members voted not to have a Christmas i;il'l e>a ham.'.e but instead, each member is lo contribute , r >0c which will be sent to the Annie Witlenmeir Home at Davenport. Members are also nsked to bring their Butternut. Coffee strips to the Dcvembet meeting. Mrs Lester WeisbYnd was thb devotional lender ;md Mrs Harvey Walker presented tlio topic 'Inlo All the World Tognlher'. She was assisted by Mcsdames Dale Weisbrod. Clayton Dits- v.'orth, Arnold Hansen and E. W. Huske. Meat! WRIGHT power blade saw Your choice of 2 models priced from 13950 Now anyone can do 1,001 cultiiig jobs so easily! including blade. F.O.B. Sheboygan, . Wis. ' Spare Yourself this Painting Problem Tired of run, drip and splatter painting? Use . GILT EDGE "Homogenized" Paint Vend npare yourself this problem. No dripping ... no unsightly run murks' ... no fuaa, no muss, no mess to clean up. FENTON LUMBER CO. 25 Make Sentral Honor Roll For First 6 Weeks Fenlon — Twenty five students of the Sentral High School made the Honor Roll for Ihe first nine- week period. Of this twenty-five, six arc boys. Receiving four A's were Janet Walker, Trudy Hus- kanip, Francis Lieb, Joan.n Breese, and Loren Men/. LovccU Kohlwes received four A's anc one B. Jacqueline Laabs anc Shirley Sullivan received three A's and one B. John Harlman received three A's and two B's Jeanette Hanna, Susan Montgo mc-ry, and Linda Tomlinson eacl received two A's and two B's Virgean Bierstedt received 2 A't and three B's. Receiving one / and three B's were Cpllen Col lins, Marjorie Johnson, Kern Yager, Joanne Dreyer, Margaret Dittmcr, Marilyn Johnson, and Beverly VVehispan. Receiving four B's were Judy Berkland, Sandra Ellefson, Bonnie Jentx., James Bergum and Dennis Howe. In the seventh and eighth grades, where the schedule includes seven subjects, only six studenls had grades' with nothing less than a C..They are Judy Kraft Fenlon — This area has seen a number of visiting pheasant hunters and played host accordingly. The usual group of St. Louis sportsmen flew in one morning, landed at the Algona airport, hunted in the pheasant arna with Ray Priebe and other area friends, and flew back to St. Louis the same evening. Randy Duncan, famed Iowa All-American and more recently in the Canadian pro league, hunted early this week in the Fenton area. .S.CS, Meeting Held Mov, Fenton — The Womans Society of Christian Service met Monday WLEMIENT FENTON (41-4-4) Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON RINGSTED 23 21001 21006 20216 FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton //yxV/v/Wx^,^^^^ OUR CONGRATULATIONS TO PRIEBE'S GROCERY LIGHTING FIXTURES AND ELECTRICAL WORK BY STOEBER HARDWARE WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA ahd GEHL EQUIPMENT Bu». Phone 3 Res, Phone 60 i HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That Talces An Interest In Fenlon! LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Far.m Loan* And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa OUR CONGRATULATIONS TO PRSEBE'S GROCERY GENERAL CONTRACT FOR EXPANSION & REMODELING HANDLED BY HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE J • ^-T- • - ^^^ Published By The Upper b«« Moifitt Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON Newt Editor THE PRIEBE w/mmwmmww^ Check Your Handbills For Weekend Bargains At YOU THE PRIEBE S INVITE YOU ! Left To Right, Don Priebe, Mrs Ray Priebe, Barbara Priebe, Jacqueline Priebe, and P.ay Priebe. VISIT THEM M THEIR ENLARGED ®r ALL 3 DAYS OF .la OUSE , FRIDAY, SATURDAY, NOV. II -18 -19 OF GROCERIES - 10 EACH DAY! $ GRAND PRIZE OF FREE MAN'S AND WOMAN'S 5 WRIST WATCHES, GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY NIGHT. (One Bag To A Family, Please. Register Each Time You Are In ! ) FREE COFFEE & COOKIES ALL DAY FRIDAY & SATURDAY. TRUE SUPER MARKET IN FENTON FROZEN FOOD DEPT. - PRIEBE'S STORE MEAT DEPARTMENT - PRIEBE'S STORE GROCERY DEPT. - PRIEBE'S STORE GROCERY DEPT. - PRIEBE'S STORE FENTON, IOWA

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