The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1959 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 15, 1959
Page 10
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'^££* -; , r ^,* **•'•'* * ! • "' ' ' , • * ';. V*!;.' f •* * '' <& ** -^Cl^r-^'^ '•'. . ^ -"' '••j?"Vi' -•<•' ^ ' : '• f < ~ ' V^Ste^y*'^ '' ^^ICff|^ : ''•; rv '' '"* ">';•':-"'-^H^ e ' V 'V - %&^fr y'V ^r^ifO"-?''' ;>r ''-'..'. , \ Co., Algoha, IdWd Plan Halloween Party At Fenton, Oct. 30, For Kids — Plan* and preparations dre underway for the big annual Halloween parade and. party to be held at Fenton on Friday night Oct. 30. Sponsored by the Town and Country Woman's Club, a!) thildreh from preschool through the 8th grade are ..invited* to join in the fun. The parade will begin promptly at 7:30 at the Fenton park, from where it will proceed to the Community Center. Costumes "will be judged and there will be .tnovies. There will be treats for all those who come in costume. 72 At Family Party ' Mr and Mrs Get-hard Drewes of fliverbank, Calif, were guests last week in the home ot Mr and 'Mrs William Eimers. Mr Diewes and Mr Eimers are cousins.- Sunday the Drewes 'were •honored at an Eimers, family get;together; 72 persons, attended the noon -buffet in the Fenton Community Center. Those In attertd- « ance were Mr and Mrs Eriiil 'Eimers of Burt, Mr and Mrs John -Eimers and sons, Mr and Mrs iHerman Struecker of Fairmont, (Mr and Mrs Fred .Langerman of ,Swea City; Mr and Mrs Gerald Eimers 'of Greene, Mr and 'Mrs Harold Nielsen, Blooming Prairie; Everett Eimers and son of Truesdale, Ervin* Eimers of Burt; the Lloyd Nielsen/ Cecil Larigermah and Hatolcl Elmers families, rural •Ringstedr-'Wjlfred Schmidt fairi- ily, Titonka";' Hans Hansen family, EstHerville; Mr ,and .Mrs . -Lawrence^ Johannsen, Lone Rook, -Marcus .Langetman family, Swea City; Harlan "Eimers * family of c Cylinder; Roy Homan, rural 1 R.ingsted, 'and thfe John and Vic- •tor Strueckers/, '-•,,{•*..', ^ , Legion Auxiliary' Mef , ; ', The American Legion, Auxiliary 'met Friday afterno'on in the home of Mrs Ed Bruhn. --During the business meeting, 4t was.voted to send $-.50 to the Veterans Hospital at Iowa City -;and.also givq $2.50 to the County {•resident for her project. Mem• tiers were asked to bring carpet fags, to the November meeting ' jvv-hich wilt be held with Mrfc Clara Fau'enby. , ,-*i ^ , , Announcement was made^thaf , >$he Auxiliary has received-' copy of'the flew edition of.«S6h- olarships available' for High school studcnte. Students desiring information concerning these scholarships Auxiliary. should contact the W«8 ba|»ti4ed. Thfey were also dinner guests in the Hfinsert home ift hoftof 6f the occasiett. Mr and Mn William Hftntel- man, Becky, Mary and Glenn and Roy Homann were Sunday guests in the Cart Larsdft home at Delhi, Minn. » Mr* John Waif*, pfoiident 6f the local American Legion Auxiliary attended the ,fiiffhttt District Confefehce held &i Webster City At Denial Meeting Dr< and Mrs E. W. Ruske at tended the North Central District Dental meeting at Mason City on Oct. 5. Doctor Hu'ske received a Life membership to the American Dental 'Association and its component port the Iowa State Dental Society. Fenlon Progres»ors The Fenton Progressors boys 4-H Club hold their October meeting Tuesday evening Oct., 6 at the home of Earl arid JOrt, Jentz. Earl Jentz was'elected afe a candidate fof Cou'nty. Office with Darrcl Berkland as his campaign manager. The new members welcomed into the club were Rickey Shaw and David Seeley. The new leaders fbr the year are Walter Jentz anc John Ruger as assistant. Those in attendance besides the leaders and new members were Bernard Laabs, Dennis thhof, Linncas-Laago, John and Phillip Ruger, Brian and Craig Borchardt, James, Hartman, -Dennis Newel, Earl and Jon Jentz, Darrel and Gary Berkland., A delicious lunch was served by Mrs 'Jentz. Mrs E. J. Frank visited in Minneapolis with Mr and Mvs Bob Johansen and family for several days. Lynn Ruske went to Iowa Guy to visit Mr and Mrs Kaye Ruske and. to' attend'the Iowa Nortjt- western football game. M* and Mrs Bernard Kacmarynski of Mallard are parents a son born October 6 at Emmets: burg. Mr and Mrs John Laufoeh- thal.of Fenton are the ^maternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller and Ruth spent Sunday in Des Moines where they attended the loo- Follies. They also visited with the Robert Anderson family: s tMrsahd Mrs Arnold Hansen ,-ahdlNarrUly ' attended , worship 's'ervlols^w -"St. JOhn Lutheran 'church, Ringsted, Sunday where Betty 'LeArin Hansen, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Arlo evertinfe ^liters ._ LeVoii Stefflbettftr ftftd Mf and M*i Jay Wool Tempo, Arizona, left Friday to return to their home after visit- Ifi|" wilft Mfs Affldftd* K«rft/ the Wayfte Aldersons, artd others irt the Fehton area. ^ Mr and MM Wendell Rusch and Margo 16ft Saturday td spfettd '"" weekend in Cedar Rapids With l^s , i ! 'c, y WE WINTERIZE YOUR CAR RIGHT! Anti Freeze Lubrication Oil Change FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY SERVICE (STANDARD GUARANTEED RADIATOR PROTECfION! PERMI-GUARD ANTI-FREEZE Pot In Your Radiator To "Below Zero" Protection You Want ... If At Any Time This Protection Tests Less, WE BRING IT DOWN TO ORIGINAL PROTECTION LEVEL FREE OF tHARGE. HANSEN'S SERVICE Standard Station Hone 26 - On Hlglmay 44 In Fehton SEE US FOR MUD & SNOW TIRES, or BATTERIES on Sunday, Oct. 11. She accom S anied two ladies from the Lone ock Unit. The Sixth Disffitfi Rural Letter Carriers and Auxiliary meeting was held Saturday, Oct. 10 at the Presbyterian Church in Ring-* sted. The 6:30 banquet was served by ladies of the church. Among those in attendance were Mr and Mrs S. E, Straley* of Fefttort, and Mrs Mary Genrich of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs E. C, Weisbrod entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of John -MUrftSh's birthday anniversary. Guests Were Mr and Mrs John Muttch and son Jackie and Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger. Mrs B. G. Berkeland was host ess Thursday afternoon to her church circle. Mrs Ervin Ruhnke was in charge of devotions anc Mrs Nylcs Heggen presented the lesson. Mr and Mrs Merle Volgt enter tained Saturday in honor 'of their son Vance's second birthday, Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and \>oys, Mr and Mrs Clifford DoUg- las and family, William Voigt, Lois and Peggy and Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman and PauL Mrs Duahe Dreyer and *ms, Jackie and Jimmy of Humboldt visited at the Everett Dreyer home Monday, while Duane attended an O.K. Tire Convention at Lincoln,.Neb. Mrs Sam Warner is still confined to her home following an illness of about three weeks. Mr and Mrs Donald ,Vold and children of Lake Mills and Mr and Mrs Lyle' Hansen of Ringsted were Sunday dinner guests in- the parental S. E. Strdley 1 home. '.' • ' Mr and Mrs Eldon Lee ' and Marilyn of Estherville were Sunday visitors in the Kenneth Halverson home. Mr and Mrs Jordan Knudson and' family moved Saturday to Truman, Minn. Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklifs & family of Titonka were Thursday evening visitors in the Roelf Miller home'. , /• . A ' • •» Ora Hurlburt is a patient at the 'Iowa City 1 'hospital, ; , "• Mr arid Mrs Axel Peterson have recently returned from a sightseeing trip to the west eodst. Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz spent the weekend in,Des MoineS with Edith Laage.. Tfic group attendee! the Ice Follies. They also visited the Bob and Jim Schwartz families. at Ames and en- route home they called on the .Kar,l Schwartz family at Rockwell City. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Scribner Jr. moved to Fort Dodge this past' weekend. Scribner, who | formerly was employed at the Fenton Lumber Co., is now employed with the Telephone Co. of Fort Dodge. , Dorothy Circle of the WSCS met Thursday afternoon With Mrs Earl Lufkin. Mrs Art Ka'brick was co-hostess. Mrs Carrie.Volgt Was in charge of devotions and Mrs Dale Weisbrod presented the lesson. The circle made plans for the turkey supper which is to be held November 4. Mrs Levori Sleinberger and boys were Friday evening guests in the Harlan Askeland home at Estherville. Dr. and Mrs W. W. Jolley have returned 'after a threci week vacation spent at Sawbill Lodgo at- Tbfte^.Mlnn'. Mts Levon Sleinberger and Mr and Mrs Duane Widdbl wertJ Sunday evening guests in thfe Orville Opsal home at Ceylon Minn v Mr and Mrs Rex Swanion and relatives. Mr and Mrs Henry Schulte attended the funeral of Otto Paul Minn,. Monday. Mr f'aul was ah, untie of Mrs self uite. • ' "' Tho*a ftom Fenton on the hoi* pital list are James weisbrdd, Art Mueller, Mrs Sam Warner, at the Holy Family Hospital, Esther ville. Ori ' Huribur,t,V at City.. , ,... ifefe$ii*' IM M4«ftJnU.mi^^as 6f thl'i-Tm ifplge Asstfcialldn during his last year there, W. P. .Truesdell, siiperihten* dent of the TdtOttka* COttsdlWated Schools, jU in charge^ of airJmfee- ments. > Teacher Ass'n Of County To Meet,fenton • . , • v ^ ' ef Honor Seneca Girl To Wed * ', v . '• Algona Man Lttthf* At Chutch Meeting Officers "of fhe Bl ah Church. attended an ll6 Circuit meeting 'at Wailllig| M Sunday afternoon, Ldcal members in attendance incluflert wrence JfflKaftn0eft|;ffed sen, Martifr.Wfl^^f On^^ land, Jtliaft ;Chertifid, - CherlaM.' Melvlh, , Bfttfud 4M Henry f " ''' " . ClUb 4-H Iflitallg Offieers Stars th 'officers At k Mahisdfi, -', dent,' MslMted Ih6 They -aris "Mary • England, . presl- ' i* „ Attests _.M.y«*fe ,S teiei; MA Barl t 'W.M.FM —— i —-.- - »^..JWMt/>rt' > tt f .. P-tst^ deiit;' Colbert Smith» vice dentr Bonnie Cfdueh, , secretary and treasurer; CaM Hanisteh, historian; ' Alyce' Petersefli.' reporter; and Jill Jen$en, photographer. ' New .members initiated that evtfiihg ^included . Colleen and Mlrtene Smith, Caridace, Vaudt, He»hee Votteler- and Cheryl Jefti- ', -Seneca -i' $usa,n. Breese, above, was comipliniehteid ^atl a, miscellaneous shower' given fbr her Siin- iiay afternoon at * the Immanuel Lutheran chunch. parlors at.Lotts peek. ' •'. '••-•••«' \ ^ . | Linda Erickson registered the Quests as they ''arrived; ' Entertainment, co nsis ted of- '*nilslcal;riumto6b'r, games and 'con- with Mrs. 1 Gerald- Petersen W. G.. Robinson, director of- professional relations' for th£ Iowa State Education Association, will address a meeting of the Kossuth Education Association at Fenton Wednesday, Oct. 21. The meeting is scheduled to "begin at 6:30'p.m. "' 'Mi* • Robinson,'!"' >toi .will be, rAiJ T-I 'J l &re<eBffiIftgSFor' Education^" - In ' his address, "Mr Hobinson 'will, tell of^the move- me'rit for higher standards'-in/the teaching 'profession today. He will also discuss the services of ;he ISEA Professional' Relations Division, which directs the work of student'teaching organizations in Iowa and which'has charge'of investigations into undesirable employment practices. Mr Robinson joined the ISEA staff ,this past summer aftei* serving f6r three years on the fjaculty of the Fort Dodge Public Schools, He also has had ;pre- Corsages of mixed flowers were resented to '-the bride-elect, 'her hiothe'r, Mrs", Lewis Bf eese, the groom-elect's mother, Mrs Don Srickson and . three grandmothers, Mrs Fred Biers'tedt,, Mrs Johanne Erickson and 'Mrs Andrew Kjar. The bride-elect was assisted in the opening of her gifts by her • sisters, Jo Ann „ and Linda Breese; Lifida Erickso'rt . and Norma- Jean Larsen. , , Dainty refreshments ,were served by- the -hostesses. < , ^.Hostesses included Mrs'.Arthpr Gdde,/ Mrs ", Edwin Lieb. -Mrs Noah 'Riesner, 'Mrs Dick Kueck- $r and ^Mrs Alfred Erickson, all of. Algona,; Mrs.Andi'ew Hermanson. Ruthven; ,Mrs Alfred Bier- kteat and Mrs ' Albert Meyer, Whittemore, Mrs Dwane Lieb, Lone Rock;- .sand Mrs Gerald Petersen, Ledyard.. f !"?Mlss Breese's marriage to Fred 'JDrlck'sbn' of Algona will be sol- smnized Sunday evening, 'Oct. .at the Immanuel Lutheran ihurch at Lotts Creek. MODERN OIJE-. STORY Home For SALE IN FENTON 3 Bedrooms, Large Living Room, Dinette-Kitchen, Utility Room, Full Bath. Zoned Gas Heat, Thermopane Windows. Convenient Basement Garage. Shady Corner Lot, PRICED TO.SELL. GERALD VOIGT, FENTON LICENSED REAL, ESTATE BROKER Ti 17 (41 If) FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, 1A. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton Dr, E. W. 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'"~ .59j« STORM DOOR CHECK #k'\ .$1.49 . ^ 17-Fl!. FELT WEATHERSTRIP .^..17? ~ IVi-JNCH PUTTY KNIFE. .T...".".'15j* ~ CAULKING GUN rr.. .$1.39 H . CAULKING COMPOUND ...... ;.490 D«i, brand. AU wi.hout-.pouf ......... 45* L: 7x 36 PLASTIC STORMS 2 for 350 Compel, ^Ih;^., f,|, fe mo |ding, ta(k . to Mount. NEW LOW PRICE! ONE INCH THICK FURNACE FILTERS *f6x20-?ii, , 20x25 ' * 16 x 25-ia, Inch $!i» AISO CARRY MN, JHICKNISS i i Made of fiberglass to filter put dirt „,' ,.f <nd '?"«y. " fwll flsw of cleaner, V .beollhlfr hftoV' • .'>.»'. •. - ,*.<>*' ,0 ' . WINDOW GLASS In to be FUX-O46I.ASS . , , ft, ER HARDWARE F|NTQH ( * &"> (.

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