The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 2, 1959 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 2, 1959
Page 13
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Published By the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa July 2, 1959 MRS. ARD6TH HAlVfKSOtf N«ws ••MM* Coming fvenfs Thursday* July 2 — WS.C.S.; FalfVille Ladies Aid. CARD OF fHANtfS I wish to thank everyone who remembered me with cards, flowers and visits while I Was hospitalized. A special thank you-to my pastor, Rev. Friedfich. Charles theesfield. 26* FOR SALE — Ms HORSE HEAVY duty electric motor, completely reconditioned — $25.06. Don's Service Co., Fenton, la. 26 FOR SALE — 2 - BEDROOM home, 3 rooms downstairs, full basement, garage, 1 lUots. Call 154, Fenton, la. 20 Recreation program Proves To Be Popular I WANT TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO THANK MY MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR THEIR PATRONAGE DOWN THROUGH THE YEARS. I KNOW LARRY WILL CONTINUE TO PROVIDE THE SAME FINE SERVlCE AND PRODUCTS YOU HAVE PURCHASED IN THE PAST. SCHULTE RECREATION MRS DELORES SCHULTE WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO SERVING THE NEEDS OF EVERYONE IN THE FENTON AREA IN THE FUTURE. MEL THEISEN, MANAGER, AND PETE SAXTON WILL STRIVE TO SATISFY YOUR WANTS WITH A FINE LINE OF PRODUCTS AND SOME OFJHE FINEST POOL TABLES IN THIS AREA, ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES. REATION FENTON, IOWA LARRY KNOLL - OWNER MEL "Punk" THEISEN - MGR. No more of this when * ^c'b Electric Hept is Better. It'sJ... . SPACE-SA^G .CLEANER • FASTER • HEALTHFUl • MORE COMFORTABLE • SAFER • MODERN where electricity docs every\ •WHITE GLOVE CLEAN" . . . That's the Joy of Jiving in your electrically heated home . . . it's so clean! It's, as clean as your electric lightj Think of it... no soot, smoke or smudge anywhere, because no flames or combustion, no gases or. fumes, There's no dirty furnace room, no oily tanks. Cleaning and decorating costs reflect the difference. And daily enjoyment is so great! That's modern living * * • electrically. IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY (BETTER) Ically — A large nurrvber of enthusiast ic students have- b .pt) 3»rticipnling in the SentrH'i school's summer recreation pft> gram. Kenneth Walters, who_ is in charge of the program, has really been busy keeping the program in full swing". Twenty five are taking part in the Pep Wee baseball program at Fenlort, At Lone Rock, twenty are taking part in Pee Wee baseball. Approximately 70 are enrolled in swimming at Fenton and an-, other 70 from Lone Hock area. Fenton The combined school program also includes high school baseball with 12 taking .part, higVj school girls softball with ••"U members and midget bas6bail with 12 enrolled. The grade school girl's soflball team also, has 12 active members. Gerald Geilzenauer, who ha spent the last 4 years in the U.S Navy, returned home June 20. lie has 'made no immediate plans to the future. Mr and Mrs Dick Cameron and Judy of Temple City, Calif, wer Friday evening guests in the Del bort. Geit/.enauer home. Jud visited the Geilzenauers unu Sunday while her parents wer visiting in the A. A. Dreyer horn in Algona. A picnic dinner wn held in the Fenlon park Sunday honoring the Cameron family.. Mr and Mrs M. P. Nemitz attended a gun show at the hotel in St. Cloud, Minn. Sunday. Judy Lufkin was the lucky winner at the Friday evening drawing in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Laurence wessel of Los Angeles have recently spent several days with Mrs Helen Widdel. Mrs Emma Gull of Colesburg has also been a auest. Mr and Mrs Laurencu Wessel, Mfs Helen Widdel and Raymond Wessel of Algona at- lerided the Wessel reunion at Cedar Falls lasl Sunday. Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel anc Mr and Mrs Lloyd Clark o: Armstrong have left for a visit with the Anderson at Ketchikan Alaska.. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Scnbner Jr. and Art Sorenscn visited ir the Herold Devksen's home a Lake Wilson, Minn. , ',: . Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller and?, Ruth attended the wedding otf Janet Emery and Harvey Behn-« ken at Spencer Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber were, veokend guests in the Ervin Cassulke home at Tri-Mont tfinn. . Tuesday evening guesls in tn- Franklin Mueller home were Mr and Mrs Clifford Dougles and family, Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt md 'family, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family. William Voigt Lois and Peggy, Mr and Mrs Art Mueller and Mr and Mrs Max L-Iiatt and family of Emmetsburg Mr and Mrs .Robert Morris 1 visited several day;, last week in the home of Dr. and Mrs E. W. X Mr and Mrs Herbert Wieske and family of Cedar Rapids arc visiting in the Frank MeFal! home. Sunday the Wieskes attended the wedding oi Mi Wicske's sister, Judy, of Burt to Mr Julis Sleeker of Titonka. Mrs Howard BiersJedl and girls of Lone Rock and Bertha Krcssin were Tuesday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr:. Frank Mueller.,, Dr. and M«s E. W. Rusks visited with Mrs George Husman in her cottage at the lake Sunda> Mr and Mrs Arlo Voigt of Grove City, Minn, were Saturday dinner guests in the Art Voig' home. Mr and Mrs Bernetl Hiene and Robin of Algona wen- Thursday evening visitors in the Gerhard Hantelman home. Mrs Eugenia Langerman o*. Dubuq'uc spent several days tin. past week with Fenton relative? and friends. -' The Fenton Progresscrs 4-H Club held their annual June tou; Monday, June 22. After seem; the various projects they am their families had a picnic suppei at the Fenton park. Missionaries Are Honored At Depew Hev. and Mr; laid Vorland and children have •elumed to thi' United States liter spending the pas! six years n Japan as missionaries for the IvL.C. church. Mrs Vorland, the former Bera Solherg, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Ole Sollii'i;;. is a ,raduate of Fenton high school Hev. Vorland's home town Esthervillo. Rev. and Mrs Vorland ;md Iheir children. Kathy, (!,, and Keith. 2, were honored nt. St John's Lutheian church, Dcpcw. Sunday, with a (i p.m. cli followed by a program at !). The Vorland family plan to spend their fmlou«h year in St. Paul, Minn. Mr end Mrs Friiz Freyhollai attended the wedding ol a cousin at, Minn. Saturday. Enjoying a picnic supppr at the .William llaniehnan home Monday evening wen 1 Mr and Mis W, B. Schmidlkf of Mnrnslown, Mr ind Martin I lantelman, Mr ind Mrs Ed Hiuhn, Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hanlelman and Paul, Mr tnd Mrs Merle Voigt and family, loy Homan and Mrs Eugenia Langerman of Dubuquu. Sunday evening dinner guesls in the Merle Voirtl home wf*rO Mr ami Mis Ililhcit Ilaiitehuan and family of", Mrs .;ema l.amjerman of Dubuque. Mr and Mis Martin 1 lantelm.'in, Mr and Mrs Kd Bruhn, Mr and Mrs Gerhard llimtelman and Paul and Mr and Mrs William Hanlelman mid family. Enjoying n picnic supper nl the Underwood horm were Mr and Mrs Morris Mil chell, Mr and Mrs Dale Mitchell, Mark, and Timiny ami Mr and Mrs Albeit Mitchell. Pam Woisbrod. Evnlon Schlei. Janet Uehne, Keheeca Ilous< holdff and Janet Walker left Sunday to spend a week at Camp on the shore's ol Laki Okoboji. Thurday 2, 1 95?" Algona (^ THOMAS FUNERALCHAPEL Fenton, 9owa Experienced Embcilmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 Super* Kem-Tone LATEX WALL PAINT S al - Men . . women . , . professionals . . . first-lime painters. In fact, everybody likes the results you get every time with amazing Super Kern-Tune. A Wonderful Range of Lovely Colors (o choose from. S. . Kern-Tone is so easy to apply . . . ixlls or brushes on in a breeze. Super Kern-Tone Is Guaranteed Washable! And one coal will usually cover any wall surface. Fast drying too . . . you can actually use the redecorated room the same day with no annoying "painty" odor. Spec/a/ Beauty for Ceilings ... SUPER KEM-TONE CEILING FLAT WHITE Kem-Glo*Enamel for all woodwork, kitchen and bathroom walls comes in matching Super Kern-Tone colors, in a durable lustre or velvet flat finish. FENTON 'The Secret Words ot Modern {,/v/ng* ~\ See A Qualified Contractor an$ HEAT BETTER . *. UVE BETTER £/eQtricaf/y SECURITY FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ir[ „ . | ..., ._^__^___^^_>»»ia^»j>i INSURANCE FENTON, IA, GERALD VOIQt THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 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 Repair* FENTON, IA. tow CONFIDENCE Your Bank Is Here To Serve Your bank is here to serve. This means not only the usual banking transactions -- checking accounts, cashing checks, savings accounts — but some of the more personal matters. If you have problems which may need the services of a bank, we invite you to talk it over with us, • All deposits Insured to $10,000 By Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. First Trust FENTON OFFICE Fenton — Armstrong Savings LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa Where Electricity does Everything THE ENTERTAINMENT CENTER | HERE'S REAL RELAXATION! Tho best in TV, tape recorder, AF-FNt I radio and record player . . , in a compact, space-saving shelf set-up that provides every kind of home entertainment. In your Total Electric Home, pleasure Js yours at the touch, of a buttonl Get This Booft of IDEAS! It tolls you all about tht txclting Electric livino C»nler> ,.. difftrsntt n»wl wonderful! You'll wont to puj them iato yowr hom« (hit year , . , end In year* to somt, IOWA ELECTRia LIGHT

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