The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1959 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 8, 1959
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.'** ">•<* th* *pp* (Id.) Upp«r fitet MoinM Thurtday, Jan. 8, Fenton Man's Mother Dies In Oklahoma Penion — Mrs Rose Gochenour qf Humboldt, mother of Gerald Gochenour of Fenton, died Monday at Enid, Okla., where she was visiting her daughter Vera, Mrs Bob Huddlston. Mrs Gochenour had entertained all of her family except two who were unable to attend at a Christmas dinner, Dec, 26. Saturday she went to Oklahoma to be with her daughter. She.was found dead in bed Monday. Funeral services were held at the Methodist,church in Humboldt Friday. Mr and' Mrs Harold, Newel, Pamela and Peter have returned to their .home ; in California after visiting in the parental Charles N&wel home and with oilier relatives in this Vicinity. They «aHie for the wadding anniversary, of -Mr and Mrs Charles Newel. Christmas dinner guest* .in the Charles Newel horns Wtfe Mr.and Mrs Hlchard McCatiy and family of Hartley, Mr and Mrs Lyle Newel and family, Mr Peterson of Williams, la. and the guests from California! The , dinner also honored the birthday anniversary of Harold Newel. Friday evening guest* at the home of Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt were Mr and' Mrs Gerhard Hantelman, William Voigt, Lois, and Peggy, Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family, and Mr and Mrs Frank Miller and boys. T.he occasion was, in-honor of Mrs Merle Voigt' and Stanley Miller's birthday. ' Lui Friday dinner guest* at the Roclf Millet- home were Mr and Mrs Carl* Veer.• Jr. and family of Rochester, Mr and Mrs Mel* vin Rickleff, Lmdat and Larry, Herbert H^rms, all, of Titonka, and Mrs^aul Winter and'Julie of Lakova. --Ijaul. Winter joined the group in the evening. , Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius were Friday evening guests in the Alfred McNamar home ih King- sled. • It was in honor of Mrs McNamar birthday. N«w Year's Day dinner guests at the Arnold Han&en home were Mr and Mrs Peter Hansen, Mr and Mrs Arlo Hansen, and Carol all of Ringsted. New Year's guests at the Hay Stoeber home were Mr and Mrs Irvin Kassulke Michael, Kent, and Debra of Triumph, Lyle Basse tt and Timmy of Spirit Lake. Timmy, Michael .ahd Kent spent several days with the Stoebers and returned home Sunday. Saturday evening dinner guests in the Frank McFall home were Herbert Wieske, Paula, and Kent, and Mr and Mrs Wendell Rusch and Margo. Mrs Wieske was unable to attend because of illness. Mr and Mrs Duane Cornelius and Sherri Lou visited Mr and Mrs ,Ted Booth at Omaha last weekend. Mrs Booth is the for- hier Rosemary Cornelius. Mr and Mrs Frank Peterson and John of Laurel, Maryland, and Miss Leuella Newel of Chicago were callers at the Charles Newel home last week. Mr and Mrs Ktnnelh son, Merle and Barbara visited in the Robert Halverson home, at White Bear Lake. Mintt. last weekend. David Halverson re^ turned to Fenton with them for*. a week's visit. W.S.C.S, Plans Auction Sale At Fenton FARMERS NOW, AT INCOME.}^^"^.MAKE YOUR ACCOUNTING WORK EASIER WITH A ADDING MACHINE FROM OUR OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT.! ADDING MACHIN ___^^ ^_^^^ /. ;: > • «8&®8£^^ '•on^-r] Victor), i-'"' R;<;d. r; &lleii lS{ Good Quality 16 Ib. bond white ' ' . • \< ' ; Compare, at $1.25 Elsewhere TYPING PAPER ti - . *'. V, , . -. V;'50Q ';V\ Sheets * . '.'.," '••(''• "• X' •-• •» ; '/MMwZjyywffl Paper Clips Paper Clamps Desk Blotters. Desk Pads Gummed Tape Scotch Tape Columnar Pads Lettering Stencils File Folders World Globes Shorthand Books Clip Boards Typewriter Cleaner Ink Eradicator Rubber Stamps Gum Erasers Lead Pencils Colored Pencils Ball Point Pens Desk Pen Sets Carbon Papers Pen Ink Staplers Thumb Tacks Ring Memo Books Paper Holders Pencil Sharpeners Note Book Paper Loose Leaf Binders Boxed Papers Envelopes Cash. Boxes Clasp Envelopes Rubber Cement Fuller's Glue Expanding Wallets Spindles Typewriter Erasers Cardboard Dating Stamps Card File Boxes,. Typewriter Stands Small Desks j Posture. Chairs Ledger Books Filing Cabinets Adding Machines •- ''V,; > l- ' : j.^.",- ,',t' . > • •'> .' ,. -The Upper De $< Moine* Pybllshing W^iis on L t «f. tht roost-;comf?lete and modern printing plants in this area 4. WHiih d^^'m^P fl^/ printing at lowesf nticjBj,. With four .-epmmercinl pre?se> at y^M^ie5v|^/.y»il eqn^e'pond on prompt delivery «t all times. Next Jlrneyou n^(^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ 9 fy M ^ sfaNments^ sp^c.1 forms, ,;brochures, books, ete f - let u* do thejofe., i.wa knpw you'll like it. '\\ " Loren f t* tX-reiiiviiiiB/ Dies In Ohio Fenton — The W.S.C.S, their regular meeting in the church parlors Jan. 2, The worship center was prepared by Mrs Lyle Newel. Mrs Rex Wolfe had charge of the devotionsi Mrs Ralph Weisbrod was pianist tor th0 service. , Mrs, Wilfred StoebeY presented "Rekindling the Gift", assisted by Mrs Ed Reimers, Mrs Frank McFall and.Mts Harvey Walker. Mrs Eugene Huskarftp had charge of the business meeting... Scheduled for, each Wednesday evening in February is. the study of "Isaiah" to be presented by Mrs Walker. ' Wbrld. Day of Prayer will be February 13, The W.S.C.S. plan to have a public auction Feb. 21. Lunch will be served. Proceeds will go to 'the W.S.G.S. ", : •'• ' * ..;•: Hostesses; for the afternoon were Mrs J. A. Schwartz and -Mrs Earl Lufkin. Mr and Mrs Carl Veer Jr.. Kathy, John and Paul spent last weekend in, .the Roelf Miller home. > ' ".".' Mr and Mrs Don Sieinberger and boys Were guests at the Harold Lutz home at Fairmont on. New Year's Day. ' , Mr and 'Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer and Mr and MrsJMartin Ohh> spent New Year's Day in Des Moines, visiting in the Ferdinand Mittag home and in the Art Hingle home. Thursday evening dinner guesls in- the Ed Bruhn home were' Mr and Mrs Bernett Heine and Robin of Algona, Mr and" Mrs Merle Voigt and 'family' and Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman and Paul, j ' ;! Mr and Mrs Frank Miller and family were Thursday, evening guests at the Howard^ Bierstedt home in Lone Rock." ' T* " " "" J" New Year's Day dinner guests at the Charles, Weisbrod home were Mr .and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and family, and Mr and Mrs Roy Chrischilles. Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs, Linda and Larry of Titonka were Thursday evening visitors at the Roelf Miller home. :• ' Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius and Ray; .-Mr and Mrs Du'ahe Cornelius. and Sherri Lou of East Palestine, Ohio, and Miss Virginia DeWall of Ft. Dodge 'were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the Lloyd Cornelius home at Graettinger. Mr and Mrs Alfred McN am ar and family- of- -Ringsted were Thursday afternoon ^visitors in the. Paul Cornelius. -home. Tuesday evening visitors in the Franklin Miller home were Mr arid Mrs Howard Bierstedt, and family of Lone Rock. ,.' Friday evening dinner guests in the Ed Mitchell •home ;were Mr and Mrs; Virgil Zweilf and boys, 'Mr and Mrs Gene Yackle and family, Mr an.d Mrs Clare Moore and family all of Dolliver and Roger Fox.- •••••'-.. Wednesday evening guests in the Art Mueller .home were Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller, Mr -and Mrs Lloyd Kern, Mr and Mrs George Jentz, .Mr and Mrs Robert Hanna of Lone Rock. The evening was spei\t playing 500. Mrs Frank .Mueller wc?n high score, George ; Jentz, low and Mrs Kern, travel, prize. ; '•!*.'; ' Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn and Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman were Sunday visitors in the Arnold Gade home. Mrs Blanche Huskamp has been spending the holidays with Fenfon — Funeral senrfeik Vr&e held Doc. 27 at Toledo, Ohio for Loren Kipfer t 41, who, died Dec. 23 after suffering, a h^aft attack at his home, Kipfer is well known in the Feftton community. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Simon Kipfer of Windom, Minn., formerly of Fenton, ' He is sur* vived by his wife, twd daughters* Sandra and Karen, his patents, six brothers, and two sisters. His sisters are Mrs Caroline Gapesius of Whittemore and Mrs Deloris Schulte of Fenton. Mr and Mis Alan Fullerton. Ann, and Kepit, Lake Side, Calif., and Mrs Susan Fullertori of-Du* buque visited relatives in Fenton :- Monday. Monday evening dinner guests at the Martin Hantelman homei were! Mr and Mrs Alan Fullerton, Alnn and Kent and Mrs Susan Fullerton, Mr and Mrs D. R. Hantelman and family of Tyner, Sask., Canada, and Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn. Susan Hantelman has speni this past week at Morristown, Minn, with her grandparents, the W. B. Schmidtkes. Mr and Mrs Mervin Priebe and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig drove to Pasadena to visit relatives and to attend the Tournament of Roses Parade and the Ros'e Bowl game. They left Dec. 27 and are expected to return home about Jan. 11. . John Eigler was among the 200 student from Iowa City who attended the Rose Bowl game. day at the Lawrence Johannesens Mr and Mr* _„ and Mrs Louis Seegebatth farnily, we*S jtuetts Ift.fF at the George AOte home., 5 Mr ;aRcLMfS. ai&ttfc " fiurt eiitertaihed the AJ _. family Wednesday iof' New, Years day Mrjjftd &Lettee Horfjr and tfathy of strong were guests at the home. '•'"/, Wttt. KhollMr and Jaekmatt of Algon Russell Jensen an< . Tetta Jensen were guests Yearfe ° ' " home. were gtiests New Yearis~af ^ Delmar Fischer home. \ < t Mr and Mrs Harlan Mitrl6^?f Fred and Lizzie Meyer Were New Years guests at thfe Frank Meye$ home. ' • Mr and Mrs Don Elsbecker, Rutland, Fred Kadow, Bancrofts Dennis Elsbecker, Algona and Don Elsbecker were New Years guests at .the |A. J, Elsbecker Tuesday evening the A. J. ElS- beckers visited the Raymon'd Wolfs at Bancroft. - . ' . Mr and, Mrs W, J. Cotton entets tained at a buffet supper New Years eve, Mr and'Mrs E.' M* Jensen, Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen, and Mrs A. A. Krueger, ' • . Mr and Mrs Chas. Morris called fan Mrs Emma Manus at Burt Sunday. , . 4 Rev. and Mrs C. E". Nordine and family spent Tuesday ,at Clear "" " at the home of her brother. and family, the Rev. Albert Kut 1 ys. ! "; " " Mr and Mrs Don Houck Were guests New Years in Goldfield at ;he Ray Snyder home. „ Mr and Mrs C. J. Stauder.of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs John Geif; zenauer were New Years guests at the L. W. Geitzenauer home.- Coming Events {Phillips DON HAINZINGER AND FLOYD SALISBURY 1 i , '. /, Each Won 20 Gallons Of Gas _ j _ , >E SUREJO GET YOUR TICKETS WITH ONLY 5c PURCHASE. Phillips 66 Station • ' ' her daughters and their j the Vernon Perfects at Chicago and the ~ Jack Seglins at Hammond, Ind. Mrs Huskamp .made the trip by air' fi'orrt .Mason City. She plans to be with her relatives indefinitely. . ,. ;*' -.' ' Mr and Mrs Emil Person, Lone Rock, and son, Pvt. John Person from Camp Carson, Colo., Mr and Mrs Carlos Engelby and two children of Swea City /and the Eldon Duncan ' family were supper guests Tuesday! evening in the Floyd Duncans .hQfhe. f Mrs Paul Eigler 'and Judy spent Monday and Tuesday in Minneapolis where they visited Mrs .Lena Kohlwes and Dovene and Mr and Mrs Gayle Keeley. Sunday dinner- guests in the Paul Eigler home were Mrs Kohlwes, Mr and Mrs ;Arlitt Kohlwes family and Otto Jensen. and Mr spent and Mrs Frank McFall Christmas in 1 the Herbert hpmfc in Cedar Rapids. They visited several days, Kent gnsj P^ula, Wieske' came' to Fen- tyn, with the McFalls where they spesnt a week visiting in the Mc- and Wendell Rusch home! OfP.W.OY ! ' *> " ."' " At Lone Rock Lone Rock — The I/hited Presbyterian Womens 'Organization of Lone Rock will hold its first meeting of 'the new year today/January's at the church. Mrs Harlan 'Blanchard will have v devotions, Mrs'.:R6y Jensen the lesson. ->;•!-•' ^Hostesses will be Mesdames; W. J. Cotton, Jesse Blanchard, Wm. Knoll, W. G.,Flaig, Lawrence Rath and Ray. Black. -Topic will 'be New Horizons for United Presbyterians in the U.S. A. Mr and Mrs. William Marlow are /proud parents of a little boy born. .December -30 at Estherville. He weighed 7 Ibs. 5 oz., and has been named -Richard William. ,Mr and Mrs John Schallin, Mr and Mrs Wm^ Boettcher, Mrs Marie .Dreyer, Janice and Larry , were Ne.w Years guests at the Donald Radig home. • ; Mr and Mrs Milton Madison, Kent and Mary Lee 'were at the home of her parents the Groyer Hostetters in Moreland for Christmas. New Years day they were guests in the Charles Osborn home. S-Mr and Mrs Dale We&brod Visited at the Clair Bollingep home- in the evening on New Years -day. Mr, and Mrs Laverne Schroe,der. called there Tuesday evening. i -Mr and Mrs Laverne Schroeder ^uid family of Moyille spent the past week here with the Henry Schroeder family. ! 'Mrs Emma'Hurlburt and girls, Mr and Mrs Merwin Hurlburt and family were New -Years day f uests in lEstherville, at the Wm. umach home. , New Years eve, Emma Hurlburt, Rachael and Randy Hurlburt spent •, the evening with her mother, Mrs Martha Rath, •Mrs Rose Kraft, Mr and Mrs James Walker ahd family of Algona called ' in Fairmont New Years at the Otto Laabs home. , Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft and girls spent Wednesday overnite and New Years Day in Moland Minn, r at the L. V. Johnson home Ruth Krueger spent Christmas with the P, M. Christensons. < Mp and Mrs Frank Flaig were gyes.ts New Years at Burt with the C. W. Heerdts. "Mr and Mrs ..Art Person and family and Mr P. L. Person spent Christmas in Winebego at the Milo Bonebreak residence Mr and Mrs Walter Dacken, Mr and Mrs. Art Sumach, Mr and Mrs Woodr.ow Pettit were New Years eve guests at the HersUel Hartmans.. New Years day for dinner the H^rtmans were guests at the Bessie HaHman home ir4 Fenton, as were, the Everett Hartman family. : .Mrs. Lovuse Lieb, Arnold and Ella visited in the evening New Years with Mrs Marie Dreyer. Mr and Mrs Mauripe Weisbrod entertained for New Years eve the Allwyn Lockwoods, Howard Bierstedts and Raymond Bierles. Mr and Mrs Marlyn Bausman visited at the Geo. Long home Monday evening, New Years day the Dennis Long family and Clarence -Ackarsons of Wesley were. dinner guests at the Geo. Long home.. Friday, Jan. 9 — Legion Auxiliary. • Wednesday, Jan. 14 — Band Mothers. • '- . FOUND — MEN'S GLOVES., Owner identify and pay for ad. Kenneth Halverson, Fenton. 1* CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all of those who sent me cards and gifts while I was in the hospital, Christmas and,: .birthday. 'Mrs Gaylord Jphnson.j . j-r,^,-, • . i* EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted:— Female An Education - Minded Woman One who realizes pur. schools cannot do all : the ' educating: They need parents' help. A woman of character with college training or its equivalent. • One who needs to add to the family ncome. For this person we- lave an outstanding opportunity in Fenton or vicinity. r . This- posi--X ;ion must be filled immediately." Send application letter,' ''giyirtg, education, experience, telephone number to Clarence Haderifeldt,' 919 West Third St., Storm Lake, Iowa. ACT NOW! " DONT WAIT! - 1 .DON;S SERVICE co. FENTON, IOWA every acre 5 WAYS BETTER , •Area Blended / '• • ! Fvtngicide Treated • Wes-Grb Processed,, ^ ~ , '," '.and G^rimnatioh *, '• Disuse Resistant • Another quality product of NORTHRUPKING I '^ , Let us show you bow 919 Brand Wf al fa seed cm boost your alfalfa profits. ^ FENTON COOP ELEVATOR CO. Fenton, Iowa THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa • Experienced , Embalmers and Funeral Directors \ ' " Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred TQ U* With Confidence Phone 23 RINGSTED 21001 FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT, < Bu«; Phone 3 ' Re?. Phone 60 f HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building -Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 > Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 - Residence 25 > Fenton, Iowa' . -. ' * HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto. & Tractor Repairs FlNTQN, IA. UOYD M. BERKUND licenced Real Estate Broker ' Auction Service. las evening visitors William Vpiat home in Jiis bU'thc^ay anniversary M»'? Clifford Doug- Mr and Mrs Ufa ana family, Yoigt; and and Mrs Franklin boys. ajnd Mr Mueller and and Mrs Herman visited he*' mother Mi-s-O, C. Tal> or a) Rumboldt Tuesday. • Pj. and Mrs J. J. Chpsy, Free povt, in., Mv and Mrs A, L.. Jack man, of AJgona were guests l%st f unday at the, Wm,. Kpoll home. n the afternoon the R-ussell sen family visited there, Iowa Is Here To Serve -."• ,-" t •,-•'<,' : , bank is here to serve. This means not only;.th> y«u«ibanking trqn^dioiii-r c^ck- chfsk^ savings ac- 4 ;jpjit some pi ;the more personal Jf |oii have, problem* which may ' we InVite you to aver with,us, • • k , Ajl depo$it$ Insured to $10,000 ' Bc&nk

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