The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1960 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 29, 1960
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November 29, 1960 ifienf0n Published By The Upper Des Moinen Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON New* Editor 2-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moinei Tuesday, Nov. 29, 1960 Santa Will Visit Fenton Saturday - Candy, Movies Fenion — Santa Clans will visit Fenton, Saturday, Dec. "3. His appearance will take place at the Fen ten Community Center, at 1:30 p.m. There will be a free distribution of candy to all youngsters pit'scnt and free movies will also be piesentecl. Arrangemenls lor Santa's visit have been made by the Featon Commtimlv Club. Mr and Mrs Albert Schwarzenbach spent Thanksgiving with the Paul Schal'cr familv at Yan- Slu't got tirr Imirt net on ihLi Uliiinlcss Slnel Tub' Here's Ihe finest wringer waiher In America — equipped with rust-proof, chip-proof stainless steel tub, guaranteed for life. Has super-duty aluminum wringer with self-adjusting pressure. Washes up to 7 loads per hour. Pey As Little As $2 Per Week Stoeber Hardware FENTON kton. S. D. Mr and Mrs Jerry Waite and Tamara of MannaUen, Kansas, spent their Thanksgiving vacation with Fenton relatives. They were Thanksgiving day dinner guests in the Jonn Waite home. Thanksgiving Day dinner quests in the Gene Wegener litinie were Mr «nd Mrs Louis Zinnel of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Zinnel and family and Mr and Mrs Gene Zinnel and family all of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs August Sehaler and family of West Beucl, Walter Wegener of Fenion, and Kev. and Mrs Robert Eekelman. Mr and Mrs Llo;d Kern and family and Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys were Sunday dinner guests in the Alt Muellei home. Those from a distance attending the funeral of Mrs Edward Weisbrod were Mr and Mrs Gerald McKlintoek and Delia Ruth of Littleton, Colo., Mr and Mrs Edwin Josten. Mr and Mrs Kermit Schlei and Mr and Mrs George Schocnwctlcr, all of Klemnie, Mr ana Mrs Melvin Schlei and Mr and Mrs Ben Giyiman c^f Garner. Marcille Josten of Forest City, Mrs Richard Berlcck, Minneapolis, Mrs Richard Linnehan, Maynard Weisbrod of Britt, Dale Schlei of Goodell. Ana Maria Siu, student ai Morningside College from Chitre, Panama, spent the Thanksgiving vacation with Pain Weisbrod at the Dale Weisbrod home in. Fenton. Mrs Weisbrod and Pain entertained friends Friday afternoon in her honor. Mr and Mrs J. S. Berkness ot Sioux Falls, S. D. were weekend guests in the Hans Baago home. Mrs Berkness is a sister of Mr Baago. Thanksgiving Day guests ol Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber were YOU MAY WIN RUG A MOHAWK FOR XMAS Just Sign Your Name Every Time You're In Our Stpre 3 WINNERS GUARANTEED FIRST NAME DRAWN WINS: 9' x 12' Rug From the Looms of Mohawk NEXT TWO NAMES DRAWN EACH WIN: One 27" x 36" "Tommy" Rug From the Looms of Mohawk Winners' names will be drawn and rugs awarded in time for Christmas. Contest closes on date displayed on official entry box in this store. PETERSE FURNITURE Fenton, Iowa DISPLAY THE IMMOITAL Nativity r IN YOUR YARD THIS CHII SIM AS I for the flr»t time the ImmorUl Chrutmai »tory can b« portrayed in'your own front yard with the** if bl?»Htjfully painted figure*. Printed on sturdy paper, they ara w«dy lo be cut out f nd uwUsd dow» PATTERNS 5Qc ^Tp jj .' . . bpt FREE With Purchase Qf Plywood Selected FENTON LUMBER COMPANY Mr and Mrs Krvin Kassulkr ;ind f.imily of Til-Mom, Mr and Mrs Clu-t HnrlunK, Mrs John B'loomiT of Ceylon, Minn., Mr and Mrs Lyle Bassctt 01 Milford, Mrs Klsio Herd and Mis Vir^iu Allrn of Alpona. Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki and Julie and Mr and Mrs Cromwell Cleveland and son of Newton were Thanksgiving Da.v guests in the Wilfred Stueboi home. Mr and Mrs G. B. Berkeland ot Fenton and Mr find Mrs Elmer Kalvig and family of DCS MOI-. nes were Thanksgiving Day guests in the Elmer Kalvig. Sr. home at. Kanawha. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson. Merle and Baiabara, joined other relatives for a Thanksgiving dinner in the Earl Jensen home at Hingsted. Oliver Stoeber of Laurel was a reeenl overnigni guest in the Willied ShH'lx.T home. Mrs B. G. Berkeland entertained at quilting party ill her home Tuesday allernoon. Guests were Mesdames Morris Mitchell. Nelvin Egland. Art Cody. Herman Norland. Ficcla Siems, Alberl Mitchell, William DeWall, Amer Cody. Ole Pederson. Myrtle Uoil- noit and Miss Radio! Norland. Mr and Mrs Ed Priebe and Mr and Mrs M. 1'. Nemitx were Tuesday evening guests in the C. C. Callnhan home al Kanawa-- ha. Kalhryn Benytson, Racine, Wise, spent, the Thanksgiving Day Holidays'with Barbara 1-Ial- vcrson. Both girls are attending the Lutheran Bible Institute in Minnea polls. Thanksgiving' Day guests in I he Otto Borchardt home were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Neitzel and LuAnn of Fort Uodge, Mr and Mrs Larry Bcekley and Michelle, of Lewisville, Minn., Mr and Mrs Walter Look and family of Elm- hursl,. 111., Mr and Mrs Ervin Borchardt and family and Mr and Mrs Virgil Borchardt and family. The Locks spent the remainder of the week here visiting with their relatives. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Laabs and Mrs Fred Mortenson attended the funeral of Robert Schmidt at Fairmont, Friday. Guests in the Emil Bicrstedi home Thanksgiving Eve for dinner wqre Mr and Mrs Henry Scliulle, Mr and Mrs James Meyer and Marcia, and Mr and Mrs Fred Meyer ana daughter the latter,. ; o£ Al^pna.,.., .>.,..,. , ' .. •'• Mr and Mrs Arnold Hansen, Randa, and Roger spent Thanksgiving Day with the Joe Piffc'r- m:m farnily in Grinnell. They returned home Friday. Thanksgiving Day guests in the John Gcitzcnauci- home were Mr .and Mrs Ed George and family of Esthervillc, Mrs Alice Parker and Larry, and Mr and Mrs Delbcrt Geitzcnaucr and family. Guests in the Fred Morienson home for Thanksgiving Day clin- nei were Mr and Mrs R. F. Lu- jibs, Amanda Schutt, Mr and Mrs Cliff Haase and Karen, Mr and Mrs Virgil Wolff, and family, Linda Rcidcl of /vlgona, Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs and family. Mr and Mrs Delond Bolte and family. Mrs Clara Lloyd and Bernard Haasc and Ronald Mortenson and later of Ames. - . Mr and Mrs Charles Thees- Silver Wedding For Theo Elmers Fenlon — Mr and Mrs Theodore Elmer of Wells, Minn, will observe their 25lh wedding anniversary Sunday, Dec. 4, at an open house to be held at Our Savior Lutheran utuirch at Wells from 2 to 5 p.m. <ind 7 to 9 p.m. All friends and relatives are motored. No inviunous will CK? sent. There will be a program at 2:30 p.m. lield. Mi and Mrs Lloyd Sunde and family, Mr and Mrs Howard Biuhn and family, and Mr and Mis Dick Theesfield and family \\eie Th.iiiksgi\ ing Day dinnei gue.-ts in the Call Clausen home ;il Tii-Monl. Minn. Thanksgiving Day dinner guest,, in the Ed l'i ielie home were All and Mrs Lloyd Hcrk- miid -nut family. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the CJernard Hanlolman home wire Mr and Mis Bernetl Ik-mi' 1 ant) Hobin. Evening dinnei guests were Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family. Mrs Elsie Miller and Mr and Mrs Harry Henderson of Emmetsburg were evening callers. Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel and Pally accompanied by Mrs. Merwin Widflel ol Hingsted took Mrs Helen Widdel to Iowa City Wednesday wheiv she had a checkup. Mrs Merwin Widdel and Mrs Helen Widdel spent Thanksgiv- j ing day with Linda Widdel in Des Moines and Hie Duane Wid- | dels visited the Kenneth Camp- ! bells in Barnes City. j Mr and Mrs Martin Ohm and | Dennis were Thanksgiving Day guests in the Leonard Warner home ill Algona. Mr and Mrs Eugene Heiske and Jeanie of Des Moines spent the Thanksgiving Holidays with the William Eimers. Mr and Mr? Eimers and their guests wen- Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Hans llr.nson home al Eslherville. Thanksgiving day dinner guests in Ihe Charles Feye home were Mr and Mrs E. is.. Johnson. Mr and Mrs Calvin Vauclt and family, Mrs Kenneth Johnson and family, Mr ;>nrt Mrs Clarence Wcgener, Mrs Kate Wegener and Mr and Mrs Forest Hannifan the later of Toledo. Mr and Mrs Mnr- lin Wegener were afternoon callers. Thanksgiving day dinner guests in the 1 Merle Voigt. home were Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas iind family, Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller and family, William Voigt, Lois and Peggy and Calvin Va licit the latter of Crystal Lake. Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod and Mrs Blanche Huskamp soent Thanksgiving Day in the John White home at Madrid, Iowa. Mr and Mrs John Figler of Iowa City were also guests in the While home. Mr and Mrs Wendell Rusch :nd Mat-go WhiUemorc were dinner and supper guests on Thank- i;ivmg Day in the parental I'rank McFall home. Mr ana Mrs W. R. Wolfe ol I'enton and Mr ,md Mrs Jack Ticman and family of Burl were Thanksgiving Day guests in (he- Art Tiolz home at Lakota. CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our most • incere thanks to relatives and n ii.'iicts for the- floral bouquets, cards, food and memorials and help in any way following I hi? .itath of my wife- and mother. KJ.ward Weisbrod, Mrs Ethel Mc- Klintock 48* Keui! "fefer the Pelican Asks" Do Big Christmas Bills SCARE YOU? USE... (OUR OWN HARDWARE Have more Christmas stockings to fill than dollars to spend? Shop for gifts here and make everybody happy — on small monthly payments—nothing due till 1961. STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, la. SANTA CLAUS Will BE EN FENTON SATURDAY, DEC. 3 FREE MOVIES FREE CANDY At Fenton Community Center 1:30 P. M. NOTICE Pleqse Hejp Prevent Fires At, The Dump Grounds, DON'T LEAVE FIRES UNATTENDED — Tpwn Of Fenton power blade 1 saw r Your cholct of 2 model* priced from 13950 Now anyone can do 1,001 cutting jobs so easily! includini blad*. F.O.B. Sheboyjan, WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON JOHN DEERE Parts • Sales • Service AT BAILEY'S STORE in FENTON W A CLEAN NEW STOCK OF TOYS .... Games, Toys, Dolls, Books, Cutouts .... Just Stop In And Browse BAILEY'S BASEMENT TOYLAND . . . APPAREL GIFTS for Tots, Bays, Girls as well as Adults SMART, NEW DRESSES GAY, ATTRACTIVE SKIRTS BLOUSES - PURSES - HOSIERY All New And Sensibly Priced IN OUR ATTRACTIVE APPAREL BASEMENT And of Course, Xrr.cs Wrapping & Decorations IN FENTON .! .1 1 j; i i i i i ,l 'ii : | t'< I ''i i A As I have decided to quit farming I will hold a public auction sale at my farm located 4 miles north and 14 mile west from the north edge of Fenton, or 4 miles east and 2 south and !4 west of Ringsted, on Tuesday, 6 SALE TIME 1 P. M. • 1959 John Deere 730 Gas Tractor Complete With Power Steering, Live PTO, live Hydraulic, 610 Actual Hours. • 1959 John Deere 530 Tractor, Complete With Power Steering, Live PTO, Live Hydraulic, 343 Actual Hours. • New John Deere No. 666 3-16 in. Plow, NEVER USED. 1960 John Deere Rotary Hoe, Heavy Type, Used Very Little. John Deere Seeder, Like New 1959 John Deere Manure Loader And Bucket MACHINERY Snow 1960 John Deere 13 ft. 10 in. Tandem Disc, Greaseless Bearings, 8" Spacings. • ••< • 4-Section Flexible Drag • Stubble Cleaner, Never Used • 2 Heat Hcusers, Like New • Tractor Chains • Air Compressor • 2 John Deere Rams • Wheel Shield For Corn Picker • John Deere No. 5 Seven Foot Tractor Mower And Windrower Attached. • John Deere 953 Running Gear And Welch Steel Flare Box With Noble Hoist f New Holland Running Gear And 6 ft. 12 in. Steel Heider Box And Lundell Hoist, Like New f Kelly-Ryan 44 ft. Elevator, Like New And Motor And Speed Jack • 1959 New Idea 2-Row Corn Picker, With Grease Pak. Like New. USUAL AUCTION TERMS - NO PROPERTY REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR, - NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. Joe Madden, THIS IS ALL A-l EQUIPMENT, MOST OP IT NEW OR Owner Lyle Bensen & Lloyd Berkland, Auctioneers First Trust & Savings, Fenton, Clerk

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