The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1967 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1967
Page 21
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I Published By the Upper Des Moin«s '• Publishing Co., AJgona. lower L Mfc. RAY UTHOF N«ws Editor SEE SPEED THE.0JH3T DURABLE PRESS DRYER with the Sili)er£uung LIFETIME STAINLESS STEEL DRUM +*'" Model 166F Model 186F \ // Electric Gas Lifetime Skinless Steel Drum. • Rust-Proof • Chip-Proof • Sparkling Clean _ • Super-Smooth D Special Durable Press Cycle with cool-down period at end of cycle. Keeps creases in and wrinkles out. Plus a Safety Door — when opened shuts off all power. A start button on the control .panel must be pushed to restart dryer. SPEED QUEEN Qu.ihty .mil Dt-ix-mlabilily "Silver Lining" Umbrilli with I Purchitt of • Spod Qunn Dryir AS ADVERTISED IN FARM AND HOME SECTION STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, Iowa THE PERFECT FULL-TIME CHRISTMAS GIFT. . . for belter home entertainment - with cable television. 7 CHANNELS (ALL MAJOR NETWORKS) WITH CLEAR, CRISP RECEPTION - make TV more enjoyable with variety of program choice. FENTON CABLE TV. Phone Fenton 889-2277 LIROY JACOBS|N ifettf 0tt ^^^ Fenton Xmas Decorations Up; Santa Due Dec. 16 FENTON -Fenton's Christmas street decorations are up, and plans are being made for the annual visit of Santa Claus which will occur on Saturday, Dec. 16. There will be movies on that date for the youngsters followed by treats and the appearance of Santa himself. Complete details will be given next week. - o - CONDITION CRITICAL The condition of Warren Householder, 20, who sustained a crushed vertebra in an auto mishap early last Sunday morning, remains critical at Rochester, where he was rushed after preliminary treatment at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Householder was a passenger in a car driven by Gene Lockwood of Lone Rock, when the machine veered from the road on highway 44 and struck a farm driveway ditch. Warren is a son of Mr. and Mrs. William Householder. Gene Lockwood was injured less seriously. - o BIRTHDAY HONORS Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berk- land entertained the following guests Tuesday evening in honor of their son Steve's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Berkland and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Berkland and family, Rev. and Mrs. Samih Ismif, Bismarck, N. D., and Tim Berkland. Mr. and -Mrs. Ernest Berkland entertained the follow- guests in their home Sunday in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Samih Ismir's 7th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Berkland and Barbara, Tim Berkland and the honorees and family. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs attended the pot-luck supper held Sunday evening at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Emmetsburg. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at the Herman Maahs home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Hurlburt and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hurlburt and family, Mrs. Lorraine Berkland, Cheryl and Dennis and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz. For PRIEBE'S WEEKLY SPECIALS Dial 889-2770 Monarch No. 303 Size SUGAR PIE PUMPKIN 2 for 25c Monarch No. 303 Size CORN, whole !; e . m . e i ? r - er - e ? m style 5 for $1 KLEENEX 200 Count 3 for 69c Scriad Bowl SALAD DRESSING qt. 39c SUGAR Brown or Powdered 2lbs. 49c ORANGE DRINK Wagner's or Aunt Nellie ' 32 oz. 19C Top Value ICE CREAM 59c MIXED FRUIT . 2'/2Can 29C In Heavy Syrup PINEAPPLE TIDBITS NO. 2 can 29c FRIDAY & SATURDAY PORK STEAK . . . . Ib. 39c PORK ROAST while the, to,, Ib. 29c PORK CHOPS c.n,.r c«> Ib. 59c PORK CHOPS « c * Ib. 39c RAY PRIEBE STORE PHONE 889-2271 FENTON jf*7\^ _J i»-»-f*-I/«/-f' ' I t 1 (" ' * " T - » ' • -"V.-^ * \Mappy tiving to ML *. with ME BUYS Jiw, Newly Arrived! Tree Lamps, Pole Lamps, Chain Lamps A Complete Selection PETERSON FURNITURE FENTON The couples card club met Sunday evening, Nov. 26, at the James Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell were guest players. Mrs. Kenneth Krause won high prize for ladies and Mrs. Roger Frink won low for ladies. Robert Mitchell won high prize for men and Larry Ramus, low. Mr. and Mrs. Don Beck, Des Moines, spent the weekend at the Carl Beck home. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Votteler and family and Marlene Smith were Sunday dinner guests at the Ernest Votteler home. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at the Larry Gade home were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berkland, Englewood, Calif., Joel Berkland, River Forest, HI., Mrs. Phyliss Alford and Kimberly, Minneapolis, Mrs. Pearl Phillips, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and Mr. and Mrs. David Skogstrom, Algona. Supper guests included Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase and Sally and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Haase, also of Algona. ' Arnold Jacobsen, St. James, Minn., visited last week at the Oscar Sorenson home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Jentz, Cherokee, plan to spend their Christmas vacation at the Robt. Weaver home, Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bare, Emmetsburg, are parents of a son, Scott Douglas. Thanksgiving Day guests at the Ray Zwiefel home were Daryle Zwiefel, Mankato, Jacqulyne Bjornebo, Tracy, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Zwiefel, West Bend. Friday afternoon coffee guests at the home of Mrs. Ida Dreyer were Mrs. Willis Cotton, Lone Rock, Mrs. Roy Bierle, Mrs. Duane Carman, Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Mrs. Gerald Radig and son, Mrs. Harry Haase, Mrs. Martin Hantelman, Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Struecker. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland and Karen visited Thursday evening at the Morris Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers, Perry, Tammy and Debbie, Mrs. Wm. Wimers and Janet Hammerstrom were Sunday dinner guests in the Gus Krause home. The 47 Club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Eugene Huskamp. The Dorcas Club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Oscar Sorenson, and guests included Mrs. Dale Douglas, Mrs. Gilbert Scribner, Lakeville, Minn., Mrs. Floyd Duncan, Mrs. Lloyd Firmestad and Mrs. Carol Sewell, Long Beach, Calif. Maynard Nemitz and Joane Thilges and Jerry went to Cedar Falls Sunday / to visit the Donald Priebe family. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. Art Zumach and Tammy and Debbie Elmers visited Sunday evening at the Gus Krause home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood and family, Walcott, Ind., spent the weekend at the Albert Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Chris- chilles and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell and family were Sunday afternoon guests at the Ray Uthof home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wiener, Burt, were Sunday evening guests at the Roy Chrischilles home, Wednesday evening dinner guests at the Ray Stoeber home were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James Richard, Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs. J. Wallace Smith, Chan and Jim. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell and family were Friday night visitors at the Virgil Borchardt home. Mrs. Patsy Goetsch, Oak Park, 111., is spending several weeks at the home of Mrs. Florence Behne. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfe attended the funeral of Mrs. Arthur Armstrong, Alden, Minn, at the First Lutheran church, Albert Lea, Minn., last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halverson, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson, were Thanksgiving Day guests at the Noel Westlinds, Mankato. SMORGASBORD SUNDAY, 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. Roast Turkey and Dressing Fried Chicken Baked Ham Complete Dinner All you can eat-$1.50 per per son Children under 3 years - free Variety of salads and desserts. A surprise party was held Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Theo Ostwald in honor of their 45th wedding anniversary. Guests were the Werner Gades, West Bend, Henry Schroeders, Lone Rock, FerdOstwalds, Elmer Ost- walds, Wm. Ostwald, Herb Schmidts, all of Wliittemore. Hosts were the children, Mrs. Cyril Wagner (Eleanor), Delbert Ostwald, Melvin Ostwald, \Vhitte- more, Mrs. Louis Kuntz (Dorothy), Winfield, fll., and Chas. Ostwald, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyer entertained a group at their home Sunday evening. Five hundred was played and prizes were won by Mrs. Harold Elmers, Mrs. Wm. Hantelman, Willard Menz and Harvey Henricksen. Travel was won by Emil Bierstedt and Mrs. Victor Struecker. Mrs. Bennie Berkland won the lucky cup prize. After lunch the group joined in singing favorite hymns and Christmas carols. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mrs. E.C, Weisbrod at the Starlite, Ft. Dodge. The A.L.C.W. of St. John's Lutheran church, Depew, met Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ted Nelson gave the thank offering program and Mrs. Tlllford Egland and Mrs. Charles Naig were hostesses. Mrs. Gilbert Scribner, Lakeville, Minn., is spending this week at the Oscar Sorenson home. Jim >§ HI HI ga an HUM W •§•§•£ Appearing For Your Entertainment: BUD & THE COUNTRY COUSINS SATURDAY, DEC. 9 BERNIE'S RECREATION FENTON DECEMBER PECIA Polished Stainless Steel GRANNY FORK • Solid Rosewood HindU- W«ll B»tanr.«d • 3-Tmed Fork ... perfect for whipping eggi — stirring turning nn»ts * Convenient I. Inch length e Busiest end huntlmt tool In the kitchen STOEBER HARDWARE SPECIALS FOR Thurs., Fri., Sat., Dec. 7-8-9 Van Camp's Pork & Beans No. 300 cans 15c Taste of West Y. C. Peaches Irregular Slices No. 2'i can 25C FISHER MIXED NUTS 13 oz. can 79c KARO Light Syrup Pint 33 C ARMOUR'S CHOPPED PORK ib. 69c CHRISTMAS DRAWINGS Register Every Time You're In To Dec. 22 — Adults Only — Dry Goods, Turkeys, Ham£ Pep, Fruit, etc. LETTUCE . . head 19c SAVE S & H GREEN STAMPS AMERICA'S MOST VALUABLE STAMPS ! PETE'S MARKET FENTON, IOWA Leon Rathke, who farms 160 acres near Wisner, Nebraska, raises 500 hogs per year on a Felco/Statex Feeding Program. FOR "BIG LITTER" SOWS FEED NEW FELCO/STATEX FLUSH & FARROW Now your Felco/Statex Cooperative offers a new feed for sows which is formulated to help them have bigger and healthier litters of pigs . . . and to do a better job of raising little pigs up to weaning time. It's called new Felco/ Statex Flush and Farrow. Specific Advantages New Flush and Farrow is a 15'; protein complete feed for sows to be fed during two periods of the life cycle . . the flushing and farrowing periods During flushing, New Flush and Far row supplies antibiotics to improve sou health at breeding and during farrow ing it helps reduce the incidence of babj pig scours. New Felco/Statex Flush and Farrow contains 100 gr. of Neomycin Sulphate per ton and 100 gr. of Terra- mycin per ton . . . along with all needed vitamins and minerals. It should be the complete feed for sows two weeks prior to breeding and one week afterward. Then it should be fed again one week prior to farrowing . . . right on through until the pigs are weaned. From Swine Research Another step forward . . . new Felco/ Statex Flush and Farrow. Your local farmer owned and controlled Felco/ Statex Cooperative continually provides you with the very latest and best hog feed formuas available. And they all come from years ahead swine research. Quality & Savings Farmer-owned quality control at a cost which returns all of the margins to the farmer-owned-user . . . these are the distinct advantages of doing business with a local Felco/Statex Cooperative. Stop in Kight Away! Felco FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR FENTON CAFE (93)

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