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6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moin« Thursday, Nov. 16, 1967 1967 '•"I i i Fine Film Is To Be Shown At Fenfon FENTON - The public is invited to attend the Church World Service film, "Thirtieth Parallel," which will be shown at the Fenton Methodist church, Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. This film is not a religious film. It is a film that shows in stark reality the tragedy of those liviim south of the fateful Thirtieth Parallel. It is a picture you will uover forget. AUXILIARY MET The Feiiton Lei 1 ,ion Auxiliary met Friday at the liume of Mrs. Robert Krau.se. $2.30 was sent to the Veteran's Hospital in Cherokee and Christmas were appointed. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meux, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Men/, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrischilles were Friday evening guests at the Marold Schlei home forMarold's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Steelier spent the weekend at the Lyle Basset home at Milford. The U-Deal-Um bridge club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Ray Stoeber. Guest players were Mrs. J. Wallace Smith, Mrs. E.G. Weisbrod and Mrs. Jessie Newel. Prizes went to Mrs. Ida Dreyer, NOVEMBER PECIA TAPESTRY-FINISH SHOE BAG ; Regularly $1.49 69 c w.iy l. ,.i". t! '' , <•' C-i" Ii :. ,<< i' • '" 11, uf ;'•( i • •. s >'/ 'i• .' .!• .*' >• i . ' V, ,-n-j I'.; . . .-•:•, •"• , . .. • . ,r I i"i it ^ ^ -,••".•,,• i ••' , .<.:. I OUR OWN HARDWARE (WfN «nu r AMU v sr ftvicr -jTont STOEBER HARDWARE Mrs. Lena Jentz and Mrs. Arnold Hantelni.in. Meverly {v.eluud, Colniad') Springs, visited Satunkr, at the Fi'f-d Mortenson lioinf.'. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford And"r- sun, Williams, sp'.'ntSiind.i;, .ittlif' Wilfred Stoel»;r hum". Mr. .md Mrs. Fr.mk McKall visited Mrs. Ilaltio Visbiud, Mrs. Mar. C. Il.m.son .md Mr. and Mrs. Sain Wani'-i at Arrn- strom'., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall spent from Frida;, till Monday at Cedar Rapids, at the H'-ilx.-rt Weiske hurno and at Marion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.O. McFall. Iris fircle oi thf Methodist Church met Wednesday at the home iif Mis. Hsthei Flank, with Mrs. Ella Nev.'.'l as co-hostess. There wen; ID members present. Mrs. Jessie Nev.el presented the lesson assisted by Mrs. JackGerhait, Mrs. Marold Schlei and Mrs. Frank McFall. Mrs. Ed Reimers jave Spn itual Life Devotions. Mr. ami Mrs. Fred Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs and Mrs. Lena .lent/visited Sunday with the Eldon Hurlburts and Mrs. Lorraine Berkland at Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hurlburt were Sunday dinner guests at the Willard Wessell home at Fort Dodge. They were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hurlburt. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and family visited Sunday at the Charles Kern home at Ames and made the acquaintance of their new granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Guy DeRous, Monroe; Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Zwiefel, West Bend; and Mr. and Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Zwiefel home. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bierstedt were evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt have moved into the Emma Reimers house in Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bierstedt have moved to the Clarence Bierstedt farm. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bruhn and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Carroll Steffenson home,in Goldfield. , , Those from Fenton that attended the shower for Sonja Colegrove, bride-to-be of Dennis Theesfield, Saturday evening at Armstrong were Mrs. Lloyd Sunde and Linda, Mrs. Howard Bruhn and girls, Mrs. Henry Bruhn, Mrs. Larry Alt, Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mrs. Gerald Halverson and Paula Berkland. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Klatt and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof visited Mrs. Serena Peterson, a patient at Holy Family Hospital, Thursday evening. Mrs. Emma Nelson and Mrs. Anne Skaar were Sunday over- THANKSE& for all our Many Blessings r LET US FIND OUR STRENGTH IN PRAYER! By putting our faith in the Almighty, in seeking His guidance in all our ways . . . and by working together for the common good, His strength is ours. LET US SEEK THE FUTURE CONFIDENTLY! Just as our forefathers set sail for strange, uncharted lands, let us all join together in seeking the best future for us all! Each depositor insured to $15jOOO FtDfRAL DfPOSlI IN5URANC1 CORPORA1ION FIRST TRUST • cuiA SAVINGS BANK ARMSTRONG OFFICE fcv FENTON Fenton Man, Minnesota Girl Married Oct. 28 FENTON - Vivian Marie Sogge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmer Sogge, Windom, Minn., became the bride of Darold Dentou, sou of Mrs. Marie Denton, inadpuble ring ceremony at 2 p.m. at the St. Francis Xavior Catholic Church, Windom, Oct. 28. Father Ploof performed the ceremony. The bride wore a white gown of peau de soie witli Chantilly lace trim, featuring a full cut-away skirt that flowed into a three-tier train. She carried a bouquet of red roses. Maid of honor was Irene Sogge, sister of the bride. Shirley and Linda Sogge, also sisters of the bride, we re bridesmaids. Flower girl was Diane Barber, niece of the groom. Roger Denton served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Alvin Doeskin, Merle Halverson and Gerald Lan- germu.ii. Russ Barber was ring "bearer. Ushers were Gary Donahue and Russell Barber. Mrs. Donald Frank was soloist, accompanied by Mrs. AdianHes- lap. A reception was held at 4 p.m. in.the dining hall of the church. Mrs. Paul Matejka had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Rudy Haack and Mrs. William Hiney cut the wedding cake. Table waitresses were Mrs. Marvin Weineke, Mrs. Dennis Hohenser, Mrs. Richard Busse, Mrs. Don Hoppe and Mrs. Allen Rimple. In charge of gifts were Mrs. Wayne Wards, Mrs. Merle Halverson and Mrs. Gerald Langerman. Following a wedding dance at Fox Lake Ballroom, the couple left on a week's honeymoon to the Ozarks and southern states. They will be at home in Fairmont. The bride is a graduate of Windom High School, DeLyles Academy of Beauty Culture and is presently employed as a beautician in Fairmont. The groom is a graduate of Sentral High School and is presently employed at Charlie's D-X Station. night guests at the Albert Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Win. DeWall and Mrs. Shirley Zumach and girls were Sunday guests at the Dale Voigt home for Joel's birthday. The North Fellowship circle of St. John's Lutheran Church, Depew, met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Morris Mitchell. Mrs. Harvey Henriksen and Margene were guests. Election of offices was held, with Mrs. Robert Huskamp being elected president and Mrs.' Albert Mitchell, Sec.-Treas. Mrs. Win. DeWall gave devotions and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, lesson. Christmas boxes were packed for Anna Marie Mitchell and the Ger- liart Vorland family, missionaries in Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast and Mrs. Olga Huskamp of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the Gerald Schmidt home, Irvington, for Mrs. Arbogast's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Flint and girls were Sunday evening visitors at the Bennie Berkland home. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Berkland and family, Mr..and Mrs. Harvey Henriksen and family, and Mr. Lester Mueller, Emmetsburg, visited Sunday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Martha Mueller. The Thursday Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Lena Jentz. Gnust players were Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs. Lloyd Kern. Prizes went to Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. Tillie Elmers and Mrs. Herman Maahs. Tlie Jolly Jokers 300 club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Gerald Jentz. Guest players were THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmen and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulant* Service Funeral May Bt Referred To Us With Confidence Phonti FINTON 889-379$ RINGSTED 896-1006 866-1001 166*1970 Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Mrs. Herbert Krause. Prizes went to Mrs. Helen Baldwin, Mrs. Freda Madsen and Mrs. Edith England. Mr. and Mrs. Don Void and family of Lake Mills, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hansen and family were Sunday dinner guests at the S. E. Straley home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Steine, Fairmont, were Sunday dinner guests at the Harlan Elmers home for Mrs. Steine's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pedelty, Hudson, Mich., are spending several weeks at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Russell Eldridge. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bruhn visited Sunday evening at the Virgil Borchardt home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod attended Parents Day Saturday at Morningside College, Sioux City, where their daughter Nadine is a student. They also attended the play, "Fantasticks." Mrs. Delphine Hantelman and Mrs. Ed Bruhn accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman, Mankato, to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where they attended the funeral of Joe Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Purdy and Joe, Cedar Falls, and Mrs. Ida Cody, Cylinder, were Saturday guests at the Melvin Berkland home. Mrs, Purdy and Mrs. Cody also visited with their mother, Mrs. Clara Berkland, at Estherville. Sunday supper guests at the Arnold Hantelman home were Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Hantelman, Dulmque; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Langerman, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hantelman, Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buscher and Giiu, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hantelman and Sandra, Dr. arrd Mrs. J. R. Waite and family, Karen Feye, Dr. J. T. \Varte and Starla, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and family. Mr. and Mrs. Art Geitzenauer of Lincoln, Neb., are spending several days this week at the John Geitzenauer home. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Switzer and Cindj and Jim Curtis, Spirit Lake, were Sunday evening visitors at the Clifford Douglas home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dreyer and family, Sioux City, spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Ida Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Adams, Algona, spent the weekend at the Eldon Duncan home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Burt, called at the Floyd Duncan home Monday evening. Thursday coffee guests of Mrs. J. Wallace Smith were Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mrs. Amanda Kern, Mrs.EdSchlei, Mrs. Frank McFall, and Mrs. Floyd Duncan. Mrs. Fred Mortenson and Kathy, Mrs. Arnold Laabs and and Elizabeth, and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Reinhold Laabs. Sunday dinner guests-at the Harold Eimers home were Janet Hammerstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seeley, Jean and Kevin, Mrs. Clara Seeley, Spirit Lake, and Mrs. Wm. Eimers. Present Many Awards To Seneca 4-Hers SENECA - The Seneca Stars and the Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club members and leaders were hosts at the 4-H Award Night held Thursday at the Lone Rock school auditorium. Wayne Lynch, county Extension Council chairman, called the meeting to order. He introduced Galen DeValois, county Extension Director, who explained the purpose of the Extension Council. The group elected Raymond Bergum to represent Seneca township on the council. Entertainment consisted of skits presented by club members. The Fenton Forwards, "Conscience Knows Best"; the Seneca Progressive Farmers, "Operation 4-H." Members introduced themselves and told of their number of years enrolled in club work. The Fenton Progressors presented a skit, "The Beginning and The End." Galen DeValois then presented awards earned by club, members this past year and introduced the leaders of the clubs represented. Leaders of the Fenton Forwards introduced were Mrs. Dick Kuecker, Mrs. Darrel Dreyer and Mrs. Vic Dreyer. Awards were then presented to: Barbara Baxter, Donna Baxter, Sherri Boettcher, Vickie Dreyer, Julie Wegener, Debbie Bierle, Evelyn Bierstedt, Kay Dreyer, Diana Mills, Jean Pompe, and Sandra Seegebarth. Awards were presented to the following Fenton Progressors; Robert Bierle, Evelyn Bierstedt, Lee Dreyer, Carol Johnson, Lynette Johnson, Melba Krause, Diane Uthof, Darlene L'thof, Gary Laabs, and Ernest Wolter. Leaders of the Fenton boy's club are Kenneth Johnson, Darrel Dreyer, Darrel Berkland, Ray Laabs, Roy Bierle and John Ruger. Members of the Seneca Stars receiving awards were: Joy Andre, Carrie Be r gum, Sheryl Breese, Patricia Dreyer, Rosemary Fortney, Susan Fortney, Cindy Kabrick, Robin Krumwiede, Denise Votteler, Kathy Lynch, Barbara Andre, Catherine Bergum, Aim Fortney, Becky Jensen, Corrine Johnson, Anna Menz, Debra Nyman, and Linda Kracht. Leaders of the Seneca Stars this year have been Mrs. Nina Kracht and Mrs. Robert Forney. Seneca Progressive Farmers who received awards: Tom Bergum, Edward Bergum, Michael Cyphers, Steve Fischer, Rickie Johannesen, Darrel Nyman, Douglas Nyman, Johnny Nyman, Dennis Wilberg, Terry Weisbrod, Jeffrey Bauer, Lee Berglim, Jo Ann Bernhard, Steve Cherland, Kathy Jensen, Brian Johnson, Theresa Lynch, Timothy Lynch and Richard Lynch. Leaders of the club are Raymond Bergum, Roger Jensen, John Nyman and Paul Bernhard. At the close of the awards presentation, refreshments were served by the Seneca Stars and the Seneca Progressive Farmers club members and leaders. Thanksgiving Day Smorgasbord 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Roast Turkey and Dressing and Baked Ham Complete Dinner. Choice of salad and choice of dessert. All you can eat for Si .50 per person. Fenton Cafe Anv fool can criticize, condemn WHEN-7--lf you readI the and complain. . . .and most fools Algona Upper Des Moines, do> V YOU KNOW! Appearing For Your Entertainment: "EDDIE & BONNIE" - SATURDAY, NOV. 18 • BERNIE'S RECREATION FENTON CHURCH NEWS ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN DEPEW Rev. Oliver Johnson - Pastor THURSDAY, Nov. 16-Dorcas 2 p.m. SATURDAY, Nov. 18- Jr. and 1 Sr. Confirmation - 9-10:30 a.m. Youth Night - 7:30p.m. Lutheran Youth Encounter team will be present to lead the informal wor- 'ship. SUNDAY, Nov. 19 - Sunday school - 9:30 a.m. Worship Service - 10:30 a.m. Lutheran Youth Encounter team. Youth Banquet - 6 p.m. Featuring the Lutheran Youth Encounter team. Family Night - 7:30p.m.- Everyone is invited for the closing,.session. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 22 T . Jr. and Sr! Choir - 7p.m. Thanksgiving Eve, worship service 8 p.m. a big gold label 24" x 44" CANNON BATH TOWEL (choice of 5 colors) with every ton of ... GOLDEN SUN BEEF OR DAIRY SUPPLEMENT OR WITH A 3 TON ORDER, YOU WILL RECEIVE A CHARM TRED THROW RUG, large 24" x 40" in choice of 6 colors. Offer good thru Dec. 15. FENTON PRODUCE Lloyd Sunde Fenton, Iowa W , *_^ SPECIALS-NOVEMBER 16 - NOVEMBER 22 ! WE GIVE SWEET POTATOES 10 Ib. CELERY HEARTS 29 OCEAN SPRAY STRAINED OR WHOLE >• ^^ CRANBERRY SAUCE. . 2 ™ 49' ALL FLAVORS JELLO REALEMON LEMON JUICE LARGE BOLOGNA 49 LAY'S POTATO CHIPS 49 W5" \T V • W.) WVKvJ* 1C twin pac DULANEY™" SWEET POTATOES lc . Ib. CECREAM V* gg». KRAFT PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE 2 8 oz. pkgs. SAVE S & H GREEN STAMPS - AMERICA'S MOST VALUABLE ! PETE'S MARKET FiNTON, IOWA \

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