The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1959 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 29, 1959
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. ' I/ „'"*''- ~ft-^--'*i-''^^""f ' ', " ^.^W'^'V - Pwbtiihlne Co., Algona, Iowa A Pot Luck Sl/yer Juit fleportor had Das tho mbiftfiptidfl list »ftd of a community Dinner For - A «roup O ._ .. «TTi --ii Tltt1.i 4 Farewells , 9 ." I Mr and Mrs Clarence Arbogast, observe their silver wedding anniversary house at their home from 1 to 4 in the they invite all friends and relatives to attend. UDM Engraving). . nn Feb. 1, With open ^ 7 to 9 (Glenn's Foto — Fenton — Methodist families mo^Hg frdtn Fenton soon were honored SUnd.iy noon, Jan. 25, at a pot luck dinner in the church dining room. Gerald Gochettotirj who has belm operating a bulk truck for Standard Oil Co. reports next month to Sioux City, la. as a U.S. meat Inspector tinder civil sef- Vic& His family will follow later The FOfrest McClures are lOVing March 1st ,to a farm on edge of Goodell, la. Tfte Jahrt Luse family is going to a farm in the Ayrshire, Iowa vldiiilty,, Mf. Luse hag been guperintehden't of the Methodis Sunday Scha6L , Myron Speer, who has bcpi fanning in the Seneca community has been assigned to'Pottawatto mie County as a conservation or ficer. As yet he docs not knott where he and his family will Iiv6 His mother, widow of the lat Willis Speerj of rural Ringsted has not decided where she wil locate. . / •"•^ Town & Country Women, Fenton, Elect Officers ' Fenlon — The Town & Country Woman's Club met Tuesday, Jan. 20 in the home of Mrs Warren Jones, with Mrs Don Shaw as assisting hostess. The club welcomed Mrs Robert Norris as a> new member. * . ' Mrs Dale Weisbrod and Mrs Dale Voigt gave book reports. A feport on ticket sales for the Community Card party which .was Jan. 28 at ; the Fenton Community Center showed that a good crowd was expected. The club was -asked to send letters to .their State -and National Congressman on three issues: Stricter enforcement of laws per- tainlng to drunk'an driving, compulsory driver's training for teen-agers; and uniform road markings for the nation. Election of officers was held; and the following will^be the officers for the 1959-60 'dub year. Mrs Kenneth -Johnson, 'president;. Mrs Warren Jones, vice president; Mrs Harlan Eimers, corresponding; Mrs' Dale Weisbrod, Historian. • The club voted to give -a $1.00 contribution to the March, of Dimes drive. . Lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr and Mrs Maynard Nemitz attended a gun show SUffday at the Hanford Hotel in Mason City. Ed Weisbrod of Omaha is visiting with 1 Fenton relatives and friends 'for several days. Mr and Mrs William Haniel- man, Glenn, Mary and Becky were Sunday guosts in the W. B, Schmidtke home at Morristown, Minn. within ths Aidfttsa; ^ eaiablished inslituiion, and haV6 allowed the Fenlon area to hat* a nswsg&isajf of la dtotit alftng v^ith i ;M!«viftg additional compete fiswa ;ed*e5fag6 from iM IsalMe* 6f, the county, Ssnwai schdBl diiWHferartdadJaeettt arfta. the publisher wuh *to iiQrfihii -ihay have appf the friendly response fMib tirttoft fo th « W61tet dittiftft past five yea«, and IhMfcpfroH te«M«*d both jHftd lising and tireulaiidn. Wlf thail' truly sttive to fill th* bill, and continue to ba/'ihe enlf, newspa^ef that gi*«s a hoot about Fenton/' . ,'^ J J „.> _,, • Brenda Finnestad Bride Fenton Mjrti iJIDie emu/. , Mrs *•-- !,T,T—•£«< ir«ISjoHK Jehijteeseh |s|i|t* . , Wef fe- Mfej^rt, Mf, ., , Mf and' MftT Win, m and MM ,and Mr and Mrs Caleb Coming Events Wednesday, >Feb i( 4 — St.'John'q Ladies -Aid Society. - ' ' • Thursday, Feb.* 5 — Woman's S6ciety of Christian Service; Fairville Aid.,,. . ., . THE RESPONSE IS MOST PLEASING «• t W NEW 1959 FURNITURE AT Nellie Circle of the-W.S.C.S. met Wednesday, Jan. 21 in the home of Mrs W< R. Wolfe with Mi's Lyle Newel assisting ^hostess. Mrs J*ack Tieman of Burt was' a guest. Mrs; Lyle Newel was in charge of the devotional period and Mrs E. W. Ruske presented the lesson study. Mr and Mrs Roel* Miller visii- ed in the Paul Winter home at Lakota Sunday afternoon and they were supper and .evening guests in the home of Mrs Hiko Adams at Buffalo Center. .Mrs W« fl« Wolfe ! entertained at coffee Thursday afternoon Mi's L. J. Weisbrod,'Mrs John Munch and Mrs Albert Mitchell. ; , Guests in 'the M. P. Nemilst hpme'Thursday evening in honor of Mayna'rd's birthday anniversary 'were Mr ( and v Mt's Virgil Borchardt, Mr and-Mrs Herbert Krause,'Mr andJVtfs 'Bob Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, K Mr and Mrs Don Steinberger. Mrs Deloris Schulte and Mrs Betty Weisbrod. ' The eve- ning'was spent playing'500; Winning high scores' were Mrs Bob Mitchell and Don, Steinberger. Low Scores went to Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and^Virgil Borchardt. Thr^e' young men of this area enlisted in the army on Jan. 5 and all three are now with -the same outfit tat Fort Riley, Kan. 13 iv cj PiU A jt. —»i».—— - - — L 7-, ,F6nton —.In-a pretty wedding ceremony performed '»F,rJda,y py^, ning, Jan. 10, at St. John Lutheran church, Brcnda Rae Finnestad became the bride of R6ger Wayne Potratz. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Amos; Finnestad, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Alvin Potratz, all of Fenton. , ploye'd'-fit the Fertton Coop. Tele* phone Co. Rogef',is a,graduate 1 jokFeh-ion High school' and is employed" with 1 GeoFge Long of Lone Rock. ' • f FENTON, IOWA 95 Full or twin size Matching ^ box spring $39.95 *T"'M : MATTRESS Specially made., specially pricedl Save during Sealy's 78th Birthday Sob ?hey are Dale Hannover, son " and Mrs Rudolph Hannover of rural • Whittemore; Gary Zumach, son of Mr and Mrs Alvin Jumach of Fenton; and Keith Bolling'er,' son* of Mr . and Mrs Allan Bollinger. Mr and Mrs Curtis Olesen and Mr and Mrs Swede Kalvig of Kanawha" were Sunday, dinner juests in the B. G. Berkeland ibme. I Mr and 'Mrs Paul Cornelius were Sunday evening dinner guests'in' the D'uane Cornelius lome at Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Ed Uthof and family were evening guests. The occasion was in honor of Duane's birthday anniversary. Sunday dinner guests in the L. J. Weisbrod home were Mr and Mrs Kern Elrick, Brian and Judy of Jefferson, Iowa, Mrs Anna K. Boevers of Fenton and Alfred Meyer of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs; Clifford Douglas entertained the following families for dinner Sunday, Fred Douglas of Rodman, Lyle Douglas and Ernest Douglas all oC Mallard, Harlan Krammers of Ringsted, Gerald Jentz family and the Dale Douglas family. William Voigt, Lois and Peggy were supper guests in the Douglas home, Mrs Betty Freeman and son Leslie of Goldfield were last Sat- rday overnight guests in the Henry Wilberg home, Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler enler- ained Thursday evening Mr anc' tfrs William Eimers, Mr and Mn 3mil Bierstedt, Mr and Mrs Prank Seely and Mv and x Mi George Jentz. FREE* Deluxe £! r^Vv *.}-^; V* t ? szgnifWi *!*!>, M&mh* f »r Vtfk'' The aouofe ring ceremony was performed at-7:30 by the Rev. W. H. Fricdrich. Elsie 'Meyer*.'was organist and' Mrs Frank Seely 1 was soloist. ' - " The bride. wa? attired in a white floor length,g¥wn of Cha'n- •lilly lace and, nylon- fttlle over nylon net and slipper,sating The bodice, of. lac'S l - over ,' satin was basque styling.'with a sweetheart' neckline, edged .'with' lace.*• The long lace sleeves ended in point at the wrist. The very full skirt of nylon tulle was fashioned with a deep scalloped p.eplum extending into four deep points. Her elbow length veil*was of white imported English Bridal .Illusion attached to a plateau "of Crystal pleated nylori tulle' and 'lace triin- med with tiny pearls. 'Slje^wpre white pearl earrings and a'pearl' necklace, a gift ' of , the bride- jroom, and carried a while Bibk with a white orchid. Grace Sjostrom, Minneapolis, .a cousin of the .bride, "was maid o_f lonor.' Other attendants were Bonnie Potratz and Lois Finnestad. Catherine Finn,estad was :lower girl. Richard Potratz was oest man and groomsmen were David Finnestad and Leon Wich- Lcndahl. Robert'Potratz >was ring bearer. Ushers were Larry Gade and Roger Radig. * Following the wedding, a reception was held in the church basement for 125 guests. Miss Sharon Wichtendahl was in charge of the guest book. Mrs David Berkland and Mrs Marcus Urbick cut the cake, Mrs Webber Yager poured. Mrs Larry Gade Mrs Richard Stucki and Mrs Larry Strayer were in charge of the gifts, The couple took a -wedding trip' to Minneapolis for the weekerid' and are now at home in the apartment of the Art ' Krause building. The bride is a graduate of the Sentral high school and is em- Good Deeds Get Real Appreciation T fenton — Letters-of apprecia- 'tion weffe' read at 'the January meeting of St. 'John's Lutheran ladies' aid' society. They came ,from the Bethesda home in Wa- 'tertown; Wis 1 ., arid IdWffs state ,sthool in Wbod^fifdj, ^ i In December? -the-'Fenton society collected and, packed many boxes of new\and, used donated clothing" for; the -honies-. . The thrifty, ladies " s A V e"d" 'postage money,' toa> Clafdnee '(Red)/ Os- borrt arid- his,' wife volunteered to take ' the bokfes" "to Woodward "Thefe mUst "-JhUVfe b66ti, |S fifteen boxes, 1 " said Rf§d. "They, fHled the 'trurlk "and" '"aU"of the back seat. But they "were sure >glad to'gfct'the stuft" „ i • Mr and;-Mrs? Carl-, Krueger hauled' 'boxes - of. mostly adull clothing i to the, Missouri Synod home in Wisconsin. Said Mr Krueger,- "They were .tickled ,pink to see us-."; • ,, ,\ Mrs Harold Eimers is presiden of; the society. Mrs Olaf Norland MrS-'-EVeTfett' Dreyer,. attd, Mrs Ed Mitchell packed the 'boxes. . the ^fotifi as a hew Sefett Witham red JaMn ieft aftd. itierland r^-: ..«»...»^—, aftd Lpi| demoAstfations and FAMILY ALFALFAS ^ , < . fhe -group presented. ,th6 orcd family- With ,4bedspret sheet and a pair of 'piUo The evening w;as speht. ing "500V after which the sel , invited guests served the lunch, Engaged to Wed • , \ Mr and Mrs Carl w* Nielsen announce the engagement ojf then? daughter^ . t)ordthy to Geral Alleny son 6f Mr and' Mrp deta M. Allen df Cdnesville. A> wedding is being planned!. bfide*elect is a graduate of dorf C6llege and is tejacfting.m the <Tw1rt Rivers Schoftl afLiver| more. ' "->.'•,Mr- Allen is a graduate of Iowa ",tate College and is. the veterahg THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL i ,' - ' i '.t". 'V Fenton, lowo ^\ •:/». Experienced . Embcilmers and Funeral Directors ; '* Ambuldnca SerVlt* '{ Reliable 24 Hour ' > t ' r { \ t , Funerals May Be : With Confidence * t * Phone i s. FENTON 23 RINGSTED ,21001 21006 '.— „ , 20216 aft ttccpUowktty high yielding. Ha« faet Wfctftfery.lotofr* - ' . . . * twra V w«« brand Altotta ft* grt** plowdown. Improve ,K«, tertilHy., FENTON CO V OP iLEVATOR CO. ,! • v , '- . fENTON. IOWA .• f ",'•'-' - • "*.,'• ' • . ' " ' •'. .•', "*\'~, ' i- •••' .- • ' "' . '•" ' t. :'• '; • - • ' *' "•'''•'•,'• v •'.' l '• WINNERS GILBERT SCRIENER JR. (For The Seiond Time) ". t AND y ARNOLD NIELSEN Each Win 10 Gallons Of Gqs /> \i FREE BE SURE TO REGISTER EVERY TIME YOU STOP IN. Phillips 66 Station DON'S SERVICE CO. FENTON, IOWA ! (• , i Miles ' COLD WEATHER HEATING PROBLEM? *' ' j . ' ' j . ui Solving Them Is Our Business. 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These New 1959 Wallpaper Books Give You A WidevfChpice For Your Favorite Decorating Scheme. Let Us Help^You With Painting Problems', Also. • '."' STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON, FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY i / i INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton Implement Company JOHN' PMi.ww IDEA' QJHL EOUIPMBNT 60 LINOLEUM SHOP RINSfTES* ; For Building spyici Dr. E.W, Ruske PINTIST Office Phone 79 1 < Residence 25 Fenton, Ipwg HANTELMAN'S OARAGE Auto $ Tractor Repqirf FiNTON, I& Phone 803 LLOYD M, BERKLAND il«9Tiffjd Real istfltf Brcksir And Auction $ervl«« F»rt*efl* i^ :

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