The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1967 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1967
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| Published By The Upper Des Moines • Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa " MRS RAY UTHOF New» Editor I 8-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moines 1 SEPT. 14, 1967 i i i Fenton Couple Booked On Last Queen Mary Voyage FENTON- A Fenton couple, Mr. and Mrs. Roypetersen, will be among the passengers on the Cunard line ship The gueen Mar;,, when it makes its last voyage before being retired from service. The Queen Mary will sail for the last time with passengers from New York, Sept. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Petersen will lie visitiir; Mr. Petersen's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arne>, who live in a London suburb. The Arneys were visitors at Fenton last summer, and extended an invitation tothePetersens to be then niests in return this year. The Fenton folks will leave here Sept. 17, and drive to N'-w Jerse;., where they have other relatives. They expect to I* .one about six weeks, but vill return by plane. Richard Petersen, a son, and his wife, ull operate the Petersen Furniture Store in Fenton during the Ro> Peter sen's absence. The Queen Mary, after this trip, becomes the pnpert:. of the Cit\ of Long Beach, Calif, and is to be used as .1 Qualm.- convention center in the harbor there. Honor 'Golden Age' Group At Fenton WSCS Meet FENTON - The W.S.C.S. held its regular meeting Thursday afternoon in the Methodist church parlors. This was a special day for the Golden Age group. Mrs. Warren Jones opened the pro- grain with a worship service. Mrs. Der.vood Voi>.;t read a »roiip of poems, recallin;; memories of the Old Fashioned Living, such as grandmas cooking on the old wood burning stove, the making of lye I CLEARANCE SALE OF ALL YARNS & KNITTING SUPPLIES Starting 1 P.M. to 9 P.M. SATURDAY, SEPT. 16 ALL AT REDUCED PRICES AND EVERYTHING GOES Also — Mrs. Lulu Sorenson will sell allof her HAND MADE GIFT ITEMS A BIG VARIETY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS Musselman's APPLE SAUCE Welch's WELCHADE So Good ! REALEMON 12 01. cans Baker's CHOCOLATE CHIPS 39c BEEF STEW GRAPE JELLY 24 01. can 51 PETE'S MARKET FENTON, IOWA soaji, threshing 'Jays, horse drawn carriages, etc. Mrs. Jack Gerhart .sail.- a solo "I've Found the Answer." Mrs. Hans Baazo joined the Golden Ager Grouj, this da;, and was present* i her \\.S.C.S. pin fruiTi the societ;. !•;. Mrs. Wilfred Liabs. Her daughter Mrs. Howard Fuller 'if Nev. Providence -.vas present to ;An her. Oilier Golden A«e memliers present were Mrs. F.C. Pruei, Mrs. Ella Newel, Mrs. Esther Frank, Mr s. Lsther Duncan, Mrs. Ella v.aite, Mrs. Ella Theesfield, Mrs. Ed Schlei, Mrs. .\manda Kern, Mrs. Alviiu Weisl.rorl, Mrs. L.J. \Veisbrod, and Mrs. Marguerite Weislirod. Luncheon was served to the honored iniests on a special!) decorated table. The center jjiece was <ui old fashioned lam[) and a lout; stemmed rose at each place setting. Hostesses for the da\ were Mrs. Marold Schlei, Mrs. Hex Wolfe, and Mrs. Florence Saxton. Five other ijuests present were Mrs. Howard Fuller, New Providence; Mrs. Rodger Ritchie, Mrs. Clayton Wolfe, Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mrs. Gladys Smith. FREE COOKIES & COFFEE RUTA'S - FENTON (Home Cooked Meals — Special ^ Sunday Dinners) | >re>^;>att>4^ Mrs. Delpliine Hantelman and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman took Becky Hantelman to Cedar Falls Wednesday where she will attend the University of Northern Iowa. They also visited at the John Hantelman home at Waverly. Master Sargeant and Mrs. James Hantelman and Bambi Lynne of North Master, Ind. were recent guests of Mrs. Delphine Hantelman. James has just recently returned from Vietnam and will now be stationed at Great Falls, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hantelman, Wabash, Ind. were weekend guests of Mrs. Delphine Hantelman and other relatives. Mr. George North, Los Angeles, Calif, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick North, St. Paul recently visited at the Delond Votteler home. Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kohlwes, Austin, Minn, were Wednesday night house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Pfc. Glen Hantelman, Fort Bliss, Texas is spending a 17- day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman and will then be stationed at Fort Sill, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood and family have moved to Walcott, Ind. where he will be manager of the Artsway plant there. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber spent Sunday at the Irvin Kassulke home at St. James. They all attended the golf tournament at the country club there. Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kohlwes, Austin, Minn., were Wednesday dinner and supper guests of Mrs. Ida Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall visited Sunday evening with Mrs. Helen Widdel, Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod, Mrs. MaryHansen, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner at Valley View rest home, Armstrong. Mrs. Lena BleckwennandMrs. Laurnetta Miller were Sunday dinner guests of the Lloyd Bleck- wenns. Saturday evening guests at the Wm. Bruhn home for Carolyn's 5th birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Bruhn, Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Olmemus and family; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wood, Whittemore; and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Broesder and family, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler and Mrs. Retta Eigler accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wehr- spann spent the Labor Day week end at the George Murphy home at Independence, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. S.E. Straley visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Poole, Eagle Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arndorfer, Clarion; and Mrs. Emma Rasmussen at Renwick. Seneca Women Are Hosts At Coffee Party SENECA - Mrs. Gladys Smith was recently honored at a coffee party at her home. The self-invited guests included Mrs. Clarence Osborn, Mrs. Ella Newell, Mrs. Clayton Wolff, Mrs. Jack Gerhart, Mrs. Henry Wilberg, Mrs. Lyle Newell and Mrs. Enui Frank. Mrs. Smith and sons recently moved into the farm home vacated by the Robert Rice family, - o - Mr. and Mrs. Sig Loge and family of Donnelly, Minn, visited recently at the Edna Johannesen home and with other friends in the area. Odd Ofteuahl of Two Harbors, Minn, was an overnight visitor a* the home of his brother anci wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jlaf Ofteciahi. He was enroute to Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Burt ji Armstrong were Sunday afternoon callers at the Robert Burts. Mrs. Gordon Burt and children, accompanied by the former's aunt, Mrs. Edna Stors of Spencer, visited from Thursday until Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Burl's mother, Mrs. Clifford Smith, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft spent the weekend with their son and family, the Jack Loofts, Rochester, Minn. Schroeder And Weisbrod Win School Posts FENTON- In the school board election held Monday fortheSen- tral school district, Dale Schroeder was reelected to the board, and Maurice Weisbrod was elected as a new member. Schroeder received 144 votes, and Weisbrod, 130. Mrs. Jack Nyman polled 104 votes and Everett Lockwood, 39. For the position on the county board of education, the precinct gave Wm. Shoenhair a vote of 157 and W.A. Render a total of 47 votes. On the proposed millage tax for the community college, the vote was 141 yes and 70 no. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halverson, Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson were Sunday dinner guests of the Noel West- linds, Mankato. Don Shaw has returned from a trip to Calif. He flew by jet to Calif, where he attended the wedding of a niece and visited at the George Shaw home and at the Richard Schiltz home at Long Beach. He drove his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shaw back to Des Moines. Pfc. and Mrs. Tony Kahler, Fort Carlson, Colo, spent the weekend in Fenton visiting friends and relatives. The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met Friday evening with Mrs. Hans Baago as hostess. There were 12 members present. A school of instruction was held before the regular business meeting. A set of flags consisting of the United States flag and the Auxiliary flag was dedicated to the Auxiliary. Mrs. Robert Krause was given an auxiliary pin as a new member. $2.50 was sent to the Veterans Hospital at Iowa City and $2.00 was given to the picture postal card fund for veterans at hospitals. Mrs. W.E. Laage gave a report from the legislative bulletin. The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Laages. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Runke and Jim were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Shirley Zumach. Renee Douglas, Mason City spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglas. Renee is attending LaJames Beauty School. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Runke and Jim, Mrs. Dale Voigt and family, and Mrs. Shirley Zumach and girls were Sunday evening guests at the Wm. DeWall home. Dale Voigt, Dale Weisbrod, Harold \Vehrspann and £u.rene Huskamp left Wednesday ror a weeks fishing trip in Canada. Dr. E.W. Ruske attended the iov.-a Lakes Dental meeting at the Inn at Okoboji, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Schneckes, and sons, Los Anreles, Calif., Mr. anci Mrs. Merle Voirt and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Heine and family were Thursday supper guests at the Gerhart Hantelman home. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman and Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn and Mrs. Delphine Hantelman. Sunday evening dinner guests of Mrs. E.J. Frank were Mrs. Charles Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel, Rev. and Mrs. Fred Pruel, Mrs. E.G. Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw and John. The regular meeting of the Fairville Ladies Aid was held in the church parlors Sept. 7. Rev. Bliss led opening devotions and led the study of the last chapter of Amos. The Aid agreed to order new black altar cloths. An invitation was read to the fall rally to be held Sept. 27 at Algona. Hostesses were Mrs.Carl Beck and Mrs. David Berkland. Ricky Shaw and Ervin Root have returned to their studies at Iowa State, Ames. Recent guests at the Lyle Hansen home were Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Brace and boys, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace, Hayfleld, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Don Void and family, Lake Mills; Arlene Hansen, Lake Crystal, Minn.; and Mr. and Mrs. S.E. Straley. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz spent several days last week at the Eldon Hurlburt home helping. Keith Hurlburt, son of the Eldon Hurl- Ordinary free-flowing paints flow away from bristle tips ,.. repeated strokes are necessary to get coverage . . . shake painting becomes a long tedious job. Gilt Edge Siding and Shake Paint is 'Homogenized' . . . clings to bristle tips in any position, yet liquefies at a touch . , . gives one stroke coveragel GET THIS . . . NOT THIS SIDING & SHAKE PAINT choice of 1,000 colors deeptonet slightly higher FENTON LUMBER CO. SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Ftnton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 689-2981 Fenton, Iowa Dr, E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 889-2248 Residence 889-2353 Fenton, lowo FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sole* & Service Phone 889-2713 =RIENDLY IO i urts, hau aJi appendvclorm at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dod^e, Atu. 30. Mrs. Serena Pj'U-rson is spending this week with her ;randdau;hter and family, Mr. and Mrs. P.. J. Hassei-roek, Or- aiue- Cit\. Wednesday evening cuests at the Gerald Jentz home for Mrs. Jentz*s ! irthda;. were Mrs. Fred Douglas, nodmm: Mr. Ernest Doudas, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglas and family, and Mr. arid Mrs. Harlan Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swan- strorr. and boys, Ottumwa, were Sunday evening supper guests at the Vic Dreyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wichtendahl and Terry CARD OF THANKS I wish to i:iVH 3 special tlianks to m;. srionds, neisrlibors ami relatives, for the cards am) visits that I received while I was in the hospital and alter my return home. Thank-you asain. May God bless you all. Mrs. Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Strayer evening callers, and family, Fort Dodge were Finnested. (70*) JEANETTE'S USED CLOTHING IN FENTON HAS A LARGE STOCK OF BOYS & GIRLS COATS and CHILDREN'S APPAREL RACKS & RACKS & RACKS ! "LOOK 'EM OVER" And SAVE $$$ Hours - Tues. thru Sat.-l to 5 P.M. Saturday Eve. - 7 to 9 P.M. CLOSED MONDAYS iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim JUST RECEIVED ASSORTMENT DINING ROOM LIVING ROOM FURNITURE VISIT OUR NEW, EXPANDED CARPET DISPLAY ITURE QUALITY FURNITURE FOR LESS PETERSEN FURN It's Not How Much You Spend... It's How Wei I You Spend it! As a profit-minded operator, you know that it isn't necessarily how much you spend on fertilizer, that determines your crop production profits. It's how you spend it. UUWJ diiiiiiiiniiiimm; Hiiiiuiiiiii»jjiiro>;.j I ; .nimiiiiiiii(nBis .iiiiiminiiimmniL.. QBPJBKuJ SpJ; ;.miiiiiiiiniiifflr jm ™ l """"""--- : niliiiiiiiiimmirii m^\ SlUU.. EMTi. IN THE FALL You may end up investing less money in fertilizer and realizing more crop profit if your fertilizer program matches your soil's nutrient needs, based on yield production goals. See us about Fertilizer Planning * A Recommended Soil Fertilization Plan * No Dollars are wasted on Excess Fertilizer * Complete Fertilizer Service FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR iiiiiimiiimiinm-v I mi iiiniiuij STATEX COOP

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