The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1967 · Page 19
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Ifenfon IlepwterQ^j Geo. Jorgenson, Fenton Businessman, Succumbs FENTON - Funeral services for George 0. Jorgenson, 49, Fenton businessman and ex- member of v the Fenton Town Council, were held Saturday, Nov. 18, at 2 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, with Rev. Oliver Johnson officiating. Burial .followed in Eastlawn Memorial Gardens in Algona. For THANKSGIVING WE'RE SERVING A COMPLETE TURKEY or HAM DINNER .. vr?"f'V*i. Home Cooking — Bring The Family ROTA'S - FENTON Sunday Dinners ADDS NEEDED MOISTURE TO DRY, HEATED AIR NEW STANDARD HUMIDIFIER i IVlaintains proper indoor humidity — automatically — for comfortable wintertime living. The right amount of moisture helps you feel better. Lowers heating costs. Prolongs life of furnishings, house plants. Reduces static electricity. A quiet, attractive, economical way to humidify your entire home for comfortable living. • Automatic Humidistat • High Humidity Output • 10 Gallon Rustproof Tank • Smooth rolling casters make it easily portable • Attractive • Top grille and side vents provide indirect air flow without drafts MARK 100 STANDARD HUMIDIFIER STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, Iowa GOOD FRI. & SAT., NOV. 24-25 Thomas Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Military rites were conducted by the American Legion. Pallbearers were Gerald Cody, Dale Weisbrod, Kyle Beard, E. A. Helland, Melvin Egland and Arno Juhl. Town council members were honorary pallbearers. Mr. Jorgenson died last Wednesday at a Rochester, Minn, hospital where he had been a patient for a short time. He was born Dec. 19, 1917, at Glenwood, Minn., a son of George and Karen Jorgenson. On June 10, 1946 he was married to Corrine Foss at Sioux Falls, S.D. He had served in the U.S. military forces during WW 2. The couple came to Fenton following their marriage, and with his father he operated the Jorgenson Locker Plant and Market at Fenton. Surviving are his parents; his widow, Corrine; a son, Paul; a daughter, Linda; one brother, Donald of Algona; and a sister, Mrs. Carol Sewell of Long Beach, Calif. W.S.C.S. Circles At Fenton Hold Meetings FENTON - The Phyllis circle of the Fenton Methodist Church met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dennis Henriksen with Mrs. Charles Lovejoy as assisting hostess. There were 12 members present. Mrs. Fred Mortenson gave the Spiritual Life lesson and Mrs. Durwood Volgt, the lesson on youth. The Helen circle of the Fenton Methodist Church met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clifford Douglas with 13 members present. Mrs. Clarence Underwood had charge of the program and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod gave the devotion service. The Lois circle of the Fenton Methodist Church met Thursday evening at the church parlors with Mrs. Clarence Gingrich as hostess. There were seven members and one guest, Mrs. Ray Zwiefel, present. Mrs. Lyle Newel gave the lesson on "Youth" and Mrs. Clarence Gingrich gave the spiritual life lesson. The M. Y. F. of the Fenton Methodist Church met Wednesday evening with Kathy Mortenson as hostess. Teresa Voigt presented the lesson entitled, ' 'Moods and What They do to You!' George Merrill gave the worship. Former Fenton Woman Hurt In Accident FENTON-Mrs. LeroyDecker and children were recently injured in a car accident in Sioux City. Mrs. Decker received a broken collar bone and other cuts and bruises. The children did not receive any injuries. Mrs. Decker was released from the hospital several dayslater. Mrs. Decker is the former Donna Salisbury. Mrs. Floyd Salisbury went to Sioux City to help with the work. - o - THANKSGIVING SERVICES Thanksgiving church services will be held at St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton, on Thursday morning at 9:00 a.m.; at the Fenton Methodist Church on Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m.; at St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Fairville on Thursday at 9:00 a.m.; at St. John's Lutheran Church, Depew, on Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. - o- Guests Tuesday after school at the Darrell Dreyer home for Lynn's 9th birthday were five of his classmates, Rodney Marlow, John Krause, Wes Householder, Kent Voigt, and David McCann. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Struecker spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilberg at Topeka, Kansas. Mr. Wilberg is stationed with the Air Force there. Five members of the Helen circle of the Fenton Methodist Church and Mrs. Ted Jensen put TENDERSWEET, Medium Early PEAS... 2 No. 303 Cans 59c wTllQUID IVORY GWE*— Giant Size ZESTA SALTINES lib.box 3k HEINZ TOMATO SOUP 5 CANS 59c on a program (or the residents of Valley View Rest Home, Armstrong, Tuesday afternoon. They all sang songs and Mrs. Ted Jensen played three numbers on the saw. After the program the circle served cookies and coffee. The Fenton Women's Club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ray Stoeber with Mrs. Paul Eigler as assisting hostess. There were 18 members and two guests present, Mrs. J. Wallace Smith and Mrs. HowardGeesman. Mrs. Alvinia Weisbrod and Mrs. Ed Bruhn had charge of the program. The Lutheran Laymen's League of St. John's Lutheran Church met Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. John Struecker as hosts. Mr. Nun was guest speaker. He spoke on the functions of the L.L.L. and showed a fllm on the L.L.L. There were 22 guests from Lotts Creek and Fairville. The next meeting of the L.L.L. will be the Christmas party with a potluck supper December 10 in the church basement. Mrs. Zumach Is Hostess To Club FENTON — The Friendly Neighbor Club met last Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Art Zumach with Lizzie Meyer as assisting hostess. Mrs. Edwin Luedtke and Mrs. Leslie Baxter were guests. Election of officers was. held with Mrs. Jim Langerman being elected president; Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger, vice president; Mrs. Elmer Krause, secretary and treasurer; and Edith Laage, historian. Mrs. Arlo Ranney gave two readings entitled "The Friendly Neighbor" and "Old Age." Mrs.Her- schel Hartman gave a talk on the Laundry Clinic held at Algona. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS IN THE UPPER DBS MOINES. ALL MORTON'S T-V DINNERS each 39c GROUND BEEF 2 Ibs. 99c PETE'S MARKET RUSSET POTATOES 69c Lb. 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It's the farmer-owned quality control that gives you the big advantage. / ml, you pay a reasonable, cooperative price. STOP IN OR CALL SOON! FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Honor Roll Students At Sentral Hi Are Listed The following high school students have made the honor roll at Sentral for the first quarter. Listed below, by grade are those students who have achieved a B average. SENIORS: Jeff Angus, Marlin Berkland, Susan Blanchard, Mary Ellen Ditsworth, Rachel Gade, Gene Hartman, Carol Jones, Jackie Jones, Pam Kauffman, Owen Kerber, Robert Krause, Margo Rusch, Sandra Seegebarth and Teresa Voigt. JUNIORS: James Bollig, Judy Bollig, Mary Dawn Eldridge, Jolene Gangestad, Mike Jackson, Theresa Kennedy, Linda Kracht, Cindy Lockwood, David Marlow, Steve Schlei and Paula Wiener. SOPHOMORES: Kevin Brace, James Breese, Linda Doocy, Bruce Gerhart, Kathleen Jensen, Lynnette Johnson, Peggy Kauffman, Melba Krause, Diane Luedtke, Linda Sunde and Mark Voigt. FRESHMEN: Mike Berkland, Debra Bierle, Steve Cherland, Mark Gangestad, Janet Holcomb, Ann Krause, Susan Luedtke, and Ted Pompe. EIGHTH: Carrie Bergum, Paula Berkland, Myron Cyphers, Karen Feye, Wayne Gerhart, Jane Germann, David Kading, Gene Miller, John Nyman, Roland Ostwald, Maria Waite and Debra Zumach. SEVENTH: Vicki Bruhn, Kay Dreyer, Lavida Gingrich, Joan Hammerstrom, Carol Johnson, Mike Kennedy, Sandra Knoll, Joy Kraft, Alice Krause, Ginger Pertl, Barry Priebe, Leann Schlei and Cindy Voigt. Fenton 4-H Has Club Elections FENTON - The Fenton Forwards 4-H Club met Monday evening, November 13, at the home of Vicki Dreyer. The new officers were installed for the coming year. Nancy Johnson and Janet Laabs joined the club as new members. Mrs. Clair Bellinger showed dried flower arrangements and demonstrated how she made them. Committees for the Christmas party were picked. 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