The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1967 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1967
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I Published By The Upper DM Moines • Publishing Co., Algeria, Iowa MRS. RAY UTMOF News 6—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, June 79, 1967 Fenton Homes Host Visitors; Plan Vacations FENTON — Su'.vl.i} Mr. V.r . _-• w-,- ^n'.roV. .U Irvington, Sunday, and -.vf.-c piests attheSchmitt i.or.H" . Mrs. Arnold Laabs, Amanda S,-!r,;;: and Mrs. Fred Mortensen A:;,-: K.\t;-.y attended the shower :Vr L.-.iva Gardner and Dennis K.u.-x it Cio Lotts Creek church &;r.;i.v> .utcrnoon. Mr. ,\r.d Mrs. Koy Chrischilles v.siuv. eve-iung at the Hans SAACC !'^:"o. Mr. A:V; Mrs. Clarence ?vrki.-..".d 'A's-rs Sunday evening firsts :r. :!'.c Ernest Berkland Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berk- Ur.i ir.d Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell sper.t Sunday afternoon it tr.e Vic G.ird home at Ruthven. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Card and Mrs. 3er: Silver-., Err.rnetsburg, were also visitors in the Card Mrs. ROY Chrischilles enter- JULY 4th Fried Chicken Cole Slaw Home Baked Beans Potato Salad or French Fries Drink or Rolls All you can eat JI./J FENTON CAFE Galaxy 20-inch PORTABLE HOME COOLER Ui* on la bit, window or floor to tn|oy cool comfort onywhtrt In your horn*! Hat 2-ipttd puih-butlon twitch, sturdy luogoat handlt. Wt. 21 Ibi. (KOJ8-M6) STOEBER HARDWARE OUR Own HARDWARE INSTALL NOW JUNE 29, 1967 "I i i I BEAT THE COMING SUMMER HEAT WITH KELVINATOR ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS OR LENNOX CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING SEE US TODAY ! Me Fall PLUMBING - HEATING - APPLIANCE Fenton, Iowa taiued two tables of 300 Wednesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Emma Reimers, Mrs. Ella Waits, Mrs. Rex Wolfe, Mrs. Carl Beck, Mrs. Walt Peril, Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Mrs. Marold Sclilei and Mrs. Willard Menz. Mrs. Waite won high prize and Mrs. Carl Beck second high. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Krause visited Saturday evening at the Robert Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kerber, Chandler, Ariz., spent several days at the Owen Kerber home. Teresa Krause, daughter of the Kenneth Krauses, underwent surgery Tuesday at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Krause and family visited Wednesday at the home' of Mr. and Mrs. Axel Anderson at Jewell. Mrs. Krause and Mrs. Anderson are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs visited Mrs. Maahs' aunt, Mrs. Ida Jergens at Humboldt Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Matthiesen and Emily spent the weekend at the George Hildreth home and attended the 25th class reunion of the class of 1942 of North High, Des Moines, at the Hotel Kirkwood Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DeWall, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Voigt and Mrs. Shirley Zumach attended the wedding of Marshal Nelson and Duane Daehler at Terril Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener attended the wedding of Ronald Kramer and Joyce Hurlburt at the Presbyterian church, Ringsted, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. David Engelman, St. Paul, and their family, visited at the Ervin Votteler home over the weekend. Mrs. Engelman and Mrs. Votteler are sisters. Barbara Hansen and Mrs. Adolph Hansen visited Sunday with Mrs. Hansen'smother,Mrs. Rose Hansen, at Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen, Cresco, were also guests. Mrs. Henry Smith and Ramona were Saturday evening callers at the Floyd Duncan home. Mrs. Erma Leek and Mrs. Nina Nelson, Aurora, Ore., and Mrs. Sylvia Crawford, Camas, Wash., spent several days last week at the Floyd Duncan home. Mrs. Erma Leek, Mrs. Nina Nelson, Mrs. Sylvia Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan were Saturday dinner guests at the Eldon Duncan home. Mrs. Leek, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Crawford, Marilyn Alt, Fenton, To Be July 29 Bride MARILYN ALT Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Alt of Fenton announced the July 29th marriage of their daughter, Marilyn, and Robert Retterath, son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Retterath of Stacyville. Mrs. Floyd Duncan and Mrs. Eldon Duncan visited Saturday afternoon at the Kenneth Krause home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan attended the dedication services at the new Presbyterian church at Burt Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer and Nancy recently visited Bonnie Geitzenauer at Omaha, Nebr., the Art Getizen- auers at Lincoln and the Lester Gengrichs at Storm Lake. Nancy Geitzenauer remained at Omaha to spend the week with her sister Bonnie. Mrs. Norman Bellinger entertained her 500 club Monday evening. Mrs. Howard Bruhn and Mrs. Wm. Bruhn were guests. Mrs. Stan Berkland won high prize and Mrs. Howard Bruhn low. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Peterson and girls, Estherville, were Sunday dinner guests at the Gerhart Hantelman home. Mr. and Mrs. John Wegener of Fenton are parents of a son born June 13. Weighing 8 Ibs., 3 oz., he hasbeennamedTimothy John. Mrs. Larry Bierstedt spent the weekend at the Ray Zwlefel THIS SATURDAY EVENING JULY 1st Live Music By The Three Brothers Enjoy yourself in Cool, Pleasant | and Private Atmosphere of ) BERNIE'S ( BEER GARDEN i FENTON, IOWA | Next Saturday, July 8, Music by the Jubilees home. She is t,ikin>-. .1 summer amrse .it M.utk.Uo St.ito College. B. H. Frye spent Father's H.n at the K.u /wiofol homo. He is ,\ resident of the Lake View nursing home, FinmoLslnir'.;. Mr. and Mrs. \V. U Uooekman ,uid Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smitli and bo\ s, and The Cadets, a singing group from tho First Coven.uit ehurch, Dos Moines, spent Saturday evenins-, at the Kay /wiefel homo. The Cadets sang at tho Cylinder Methodist church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gross and girls, Phoenix, Ariz., and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hiirlburt and family were Sunday evening callers at the Jack Gorhart home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt, Heidi Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dreyer and family, Humboldt, Marilyn Alt and Robt. Retterbath, Minneapolis, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer Sunday. Mrs. Harry Haase and Mrs. Edith Hayenga attended the graduation exercises of Marcia Gross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gross, from West High School at Phoenix, Ariz. June 9. They returned home Monday. Mrs. Harry Haase entertained the following ladies Wednesday afternoon for her mother, Mrs. Edith Hayenga, on her 83rd birthday: Edna Meier, California, Mrs. Delphine Hantelman, Mrs. Ed Bruhn and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman, Larsen Family Reunion Held, Ringsted School SENECA - The Larsen family held their reunion Sunday, June 11, at the Ringsted High School. It was also a farewell courtesy for Gary Larsen of Mallard who will be leaving soon for service duty and will be stationed in France. Seventy-two guests were registered and included Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Olsen and family, Mrs. Hilda Stafford, Wesley Stafford, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stafford, Mrs. Mamie Eckert, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eckert, Ivan Larsen and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Larsen and family, all of Mallard. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Zitterich and family of Terril, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Preston and family and Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Preston of Swea City; also Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Schuler, Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. George Schuler, Alta; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobson and family, Maynard; Mr. and Mrs. John Orluske and family, Wlnterset; Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Nerem and family, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Henricks and family, Fairmont. Mrs. Ray Goering and Mrs. Verlin Goering and son, Jackson, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sculler, Omaha, Neb.; Sandt Howard, Mallard; Ron Erickson, FENTON CAFE SUNDAY NOON Baked Ham Fried Chicken Complete Dinner Serving 11:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m. (50*) Ten-It; Beatrice Arne, Lisbon, N. H.; ami Mrs. Cleo Classen, Kingstoil, Tho Goering and Classon families were hosts for the event. week. Mr. Robert Rice's mother, Mrs. Merwin Hurlburt and Mrs. Irma Rice, is one of the family were Saturday visitors instructors there. at the Don Hurlburt home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bergum ami family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Bergum and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Bergum and Mr. and Mrs. Win. Petticord attended confirmation services at St. Rail's Lutheran church, Lakota, for Lloyd and Lowell Eichenberger, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Eichenberger. Following the services they were guests ut the Eichenberger home for dinner and afternoon fellowship. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Storm of Des Moines, niece and nephew of the Cecil Baldwins, and Dr. and Mrs. Donald Baldwin, also of Des Moines, spent Father's Day weekend at the Cecil Baldwins. In addition to Father's Day, the group observed Mrs. Cecil Baldwin's birthday anniversary and the Don Baldwins' wedding anniversary. Mrs. Cecil Baldwin entertained the Jolly Jokers Club at her home June 8. The July hostess will be Mrs. Roy Klein. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Olsen, Fairmont, are parents of a 6 lb., 14 1/2 oz,, baby girl. Karen Ann was born June 13 at the Fairmont Community hospital. Mrs. Olsen is the former Shirley Osborn. Barbara Andre attended 4-H camp at Clear Lake last week. Barbara is an intermediate in the Seneca Stars 4-H club. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hoppe, Truman, Minn., visited at the home of their daughter and family, the David Loofts, Sunday afternoon and helped their little granddaughter, Janet, observe her first birthday anniversary. Mrs. Lyle England was hostess to the Past Matrons Club at her home Saturday afternoon, June 10. Jeanette's Used Clothing & Furniture Fenton, Iowa EVERYTHING (EXCEPT FURNITURE) STARTS 1 P.M. - JULY 5 THRU JULY 26 Open Tuesday thru Saturday HOURS - Tues. thru Sat. - 1:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M. SATURDAY NITE -7-9 Fenton Chit - Chat Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Ruske spent the weekend at the Lynn Ruske home at Madison, Wise, and made the acquaintance of their new granddaughter, Robin Lynne, born May 19. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Berkland spent Sunday at the Kendall Meyer home at Cherokee. Mary Ellen Ditsworth, Margo Rusch . and Mrs. Russell Eldridge are attending the Christian School of Missions at Morningside College, Sioux City, this FENTON TAP FRIDAY NIGHT Italian Spaghetti and Meat Balls Bread and Drink $1.00 Serving from 7 p. m. to 9 p. m. (50*) W,//s-^^ >j) ))) SAVE AND GAIN DOLLARS WITH BLOAT GUARD You can both save and gain dollars by using BLOAT GUARD brand of poloxalene. You save by not having livestock production losses, or even death, from bloating. You gain with BLOAT GUARD because you can get beef and dairy animals to pasture or green chop earlier, and realize the full potential of your forage crops. Research & Farm-Tested Testing since 1958, researchers have developed the ideal, antifoaming (foaming causes bloat) agent,..BLOAT GUARD brand of polox- alene. It has been tested by several leading universities and proven by farmers in the business of dairy and beef production. Available at Your Cooperative BLOAT GUARD has passed the rigid requirements of Pelco/Statex research...and is now available at your cooperative. STOP IN SOON! FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR * * * * # * * OUR HEAP BIG SALE HAS NOW TURNED INTO A GIGANTIC SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE! with prices so drastically reduced you have to see them to believe them ! Discounts up to 50% Buy all your summer items here, on sale, rather than other places at regular prices. We started this sale now, at the beginning of summer, when you can get the most for your money. YOU CAN SAVE A LOT OF MONEY BY SHOPPING HERE DURING OUR GIGANTIC CLEARANCE SALE MEN'S - WOMEN'S - CHILDREN'S APPAREL MERCHANDISE it * * * * ¥e it * * E. J. BAILEY STORE HURRY ! Sale will not be running too much longer ! # * •* * * * * •x•x- * * •x•X- •X* * •X•X- Phone 889-2376 Fenton, Iowa •X •X ########: HOT LINE SERVICE BULLETIN: HOI UNt SERVICt_ YOU CAN BUY A NEW COLOR TV FOR WHAT IT COSTS TO CONVERT TO GAS. CALL HOT LINE OIL HEAT SERVICE FOR FULL DETAILS. Why v;3ste rrone/ converting to gas? Now you C2 n get brs^d ne.v streaml^td oil heat service . . . arc! buy a cc or TV with what you save b/ s'.a/ rg .vuh cii. V.'"en you call our red Hot L-'e p'"-'e get fast emergency Ee r .'ice. Y.'c-'re ss rear as your phcne for e^erge r .C'es, cc-rr.;; e'.e.y automate for your e/c-r^ia/ r.eeds. Ca'; a::oui our n-cciern Hot Line Service tod?.y . . . and see if you can't gei trial color TV! 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