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PuMithffH By The Upper Des Moine* p 'Wijhinp Co., Algona, Iowa MRS RAY UTHOF News Editor : M mm m m m 41 H n cent Algona da Fenlon tower Guest \ i ''It - A snow--)- honoring ii Mi s. Cluults Proctor, i ; i">", •.'.-. i. = held Sunday at ii 'Id Iv-utlis lniiii';. Mrs. i.s the former Kiiren d. i Hi-liter of the C. W. ••I'll >sts v,-PU! Mr. and Mrs. "i', Mr. and Mrs. C. VV. and Tina Marie, Mr. fjid Wilfn-il Limbs and Fern, ;ui(l Mrs. Bernard Laabs vcmla, Armstrong, Mr. and James Laabs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ThilgRS and l.iinily, Mr. and Mrs. George Mnin.ko, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morlc'i.si'ii, Kathy ,uid Brian, .HI. I \iiianiia.Scliiitt. Kathy Mor- !''!i--:i.ii ,!nd Carol l,a,j.l>:; played .'•("> i' 1 ,li |)l;il|(i solos. S'iinjM.iy uirjit guests in the r.Uiiimi NiMnit/lioine were Mr. .•'id Mrs. Frank Tlulges and hinil\ and Alex Tliilges. Sunday, M' .'ii<l Mrs. Maynard Neinitz, .'Ml .h 11 v visited friends at Spirit ! ij,.v i vt .Mm Lnedtke, Ft. Polk, 1 .-.., spent Mis Christinas and '.i'v.- Yf.ii 's leave at the home i his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I t'liln'ii Lundtke. li"V. and Mrs. Oliver Julmsuii and family were rocimt Sunday i'IC'1 noi/n visitors ill the Melvin ! '.!•' l-.lalld lionifl. N'.i. .iinl Mrs. Dide Voi»t and Mark and Marlin iierkhuicl si.s-.tefj Sunday afternoon at the v, in. [V'U'all home. Mcir'c Oounlas, Mason City, .'.pent the \\eekKiul at the home of lie: iiiu-fiits, the Clifford Sunday dinner guests at the h-'HH' of Airs. Ida Cody were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berklaud and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jer^ens, hurt, in honor of. Mrs. Berkland's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Hurlan Eimers. a')d iamily were Sunday dinner nu.-sts ai the Kenneth Steine home, I'airmont. Mr and Mrs. Harold timers a ad family were Friday evening calleis at the Bennie Berkland lionii'. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer, C'cdar Kails, spent Sunday and Monday' at the home of Mrs. V> in. \Vimers. hrvin Votleler was hospitalized at the Lvstlmrville hospital from Thursday till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Moore, Mrs. Leona Zwiefel, Dolliver, Martin Schmidt, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Kressin were New Year's Eve supper guests in the Jack Gerhart home. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wessel and Mike, Ft. Dodge, were Sunday and Monday guests at the Donald Htirllmrt home. Nt-v Year's Day dinner guests at thf Harold Eimers home were Mrs. Lorraine Berkland, Cheryl and Dennis, Ft. Dod^e, Mr. and Mrs. Fivin Votteler and family, Marlon? Smith, Janet Hammerstrom, Dennis Uthof and /Mien Mar low. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brekkeand family, Mr. and Mrs.GusKrause and Mr. and Mrs. LaDell Olsen were Thursday evening guests at the Harold Eimers home. Mrs. Phyliss Alford and Kimberly returned to Minneapolis Saturday after spending the past week at the Herman and Larry Gade homes. Perry Eimers returned to Estherville Junior College, Vicki Eimers toMankato Business College and Wayne Eimers to Midwestern College, Denison, Tuesday after spending the Christmas vacation at the Harold Eimers home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglas and family and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family were New Year's Day dinner guests at the Vern S'vitzer home, Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber were New Year's Eve and New Year's Day guests at the Kenneth Stione home at Fairmont. Mrs. Gladys Smith and boys were also New Year's Day dinner guests. Mrs. Shirley Zumach and girls were New Year's Day guests at the Ervin Ruhlike home. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wolfe and family spent the Christmas vacation at the Everett Grant home at Atheni, and the Harry Wolf home at Streetor, N. D. New Year's Eve guests at the Donald Hurlburt home were Mr. and Mrs. BertSeely, Wliittemore, Mrs. Gertrude Huhnke and family, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wessel and Mike, Ft. Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ma.ilis. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof and family visited last week with the Me r win Hurlburt family at Grapevine, Tex. Rachael Hurlburt, student nurse at Minneapolis, spent part of her Christinas vacation at the Merwin Hurlburt home. Friday evening guests at the Harold Eimers home were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Flint and family, Mr. and Mrs. LaDell Olson and family, Ilarahan, La., and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Krause. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bruhn and family visited Thursday evening at the Wm. Bruhn home. Saturday evening supper guests at the David Berkland home for Mrs. Ernest Berkland's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland and Tim, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Berkland and family and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Berkland and Barbara. Sunday afternoon guests at the Bennie Berkland home were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and family, Mrs. Edna Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Henriksen and family and Mr. Martha Mueller. Lester Mueller, Emmetsburg, was an evening caller. f I A^i GIVE ;«M M SPECIALS FOR Thurs., Fri. & Sat., Jan. 11-12-13 GEISHEA MANDARIN ORANGES 11 oz. cans GIANT SIZE TIDE 69c ifiwfon i . s Algona (lo.) Upper De» Mofnet-7 I .HIMIIiiBi • • •§ HUH Mi •§ •• Jl ^•*^^^™ ^^^™ ^^^ ^^^ ..I^^Hi MH1 1HM_^BM .•••.JMi ••• ••• . BP^ JAN111968 SWANSDOWN - All Kinds CAKE MIXES - WE GIVE HORMEL'S CHILI with Beans 24 oz. cans 49c 15 oz. cans m ONBttN I I tTAMP» I BIG BOLOGNA Ib. 49c GRAPEFRUIT 10for69c SAVE S & H GREEN STAMPS « AMERICA'S MOST VA JABLE STAMPS I PETE'S MARKET FENTON, IOWA Ex-Teacher At Seneca Passes In California SENECA - Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at St. John's Lutheran Church, Depew, for a former Seneca resident, Mrs. Edna Thompson, 59, San Bernardino, Calif., who passed away last Friday evening. Mrs. Thompson had been in failing health for the past two years. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Kenneth (Lavonne) Campbell, Colo, Iowa; also two adopted children, a son, Robert, who is presently in the Navy stationed in Hong Kong, and a daughter, Mrs. Allen (Sherry) Trantham, Long Beach, Calif. A brother, Curtis Olson, also survives. Her husband Norman preceded her in death two years ago. Mrs. Thompson was a teacher at one time in the Seneca Consolidated School. After moving to California, she organized the Lutheran Day School at San Bernardino and taught there until her health necessitated her retirement. - o - The Seneca Modern Mixers .Club entertained their husbands at a party at the Fred Johanna- sen home Sunday evening. Co- hostesses included Mesdames Joe Madden, Clifford Gangsted, Robert Burt, Herbert Krause, Everett Witham and Richard Bauer. Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus was the honored birthday member. The same group will meet Sunday evening, Feb. 11, at 7:30 at the Ted Jensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hoppe, Truman, Minn., were New Year's Day dinner guests at the home of their daughter and family, the David Loofts. They also helped their grandson Brian observe his 5th birthday anniversary which was on Thursday, Jan. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft spent Thursday evening at the David Loofts in observance of the birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Cassie Klocko visited their daughter Margaret and family over the Christmas holiday. Mrs. Votteler Hostess For Fenton Club FENTON - The Saturday afternoon bridge club met Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ernest Votteler. Guest players were Mrs. Nettie Yager, Mrs. Fred Jentz and Mrs. Edna Mueller. Prizes went to Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. E. A. Helland and Mrs. Carl Beck. - o - Glen Hantelman took his sisters, Mary and Becky Hantelman, back to Cedar Falls last Tuesday after they had spent their Christmas vacation at the home of their parents, the Wm. Hantelmans. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weber, Burt, were Tuesday evening supper guests at the Adolph Hansen home. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen took Mrs. Rose Hansen to the John Hages home, Thompson, Thursday where Mrs. Hansen will be staying while Mr. Hages is in Rochester. Sunday evening supper guests at the Roy Chrischilles home were Peggy Knutson, Milford, Leon Ulferts, Fulda, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Luedtke and Pvt. John Luedtke spent the Christmas weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Doug Goke and Dennis in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen attended the first Holy Communion of Patty Hansen, daughter of the Luverne Hansens, Algona, Sunday. They were Sunday dinner and supper guests of the Luverne Hansens. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kolb, Pella, are parents of a baby boy born Dec. 26. He has been named Blair Houston and weighed 7 Ibs. Mrs. Kolb is the former Diane Helland. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Helland are grandparents. Pvt. Norman Marcus, Prince- burg, Minn., spent several days at the Reuben Luedtke home and on Dec. 31 they and Alice Luedtke took both Pvt. Marcus and Pvt. Luedtke to Des Moines and from there they flew to Ft. Polk, La. for further training. They all visited Rupert Luedtke at the Veterans hospital. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Helland visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kolb and Blair at Pella over the New Year's weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen and Mrs. Rose Hansen were Wednesday evening supper guests at the Charles Gappa home in honor of Mrs. Gappa's birthday. Thursday morning coffee guests at the Lyle Hansen home were Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen and Mrs. Rose Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hansen and family, Madelia, were New Year's Day dinner guests at the Adolph Hansen home. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Haase and Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Proctor called on Mrs. R. F. Laabs later in the afternoon because she was unable to attend the shower due to the cold weather. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber spent Sunday through Wednesday at the Richard Stuck! home at Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bassett, Milford, spent the weekend at the Ray Stoeber home. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Huskamp, Swea City, were Sunday supper •' guests at the Clarence Arbogast' home. " ' ' Sunday evening guests at the Hilbert Bierstedt home for Mrs. Bierstedt's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Haacks and Lori, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Long and Durwin, Algona, Mrs. Dora Haack and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck. The evening was spent playing cards. .JANUARY PECIA man fliuoi column muniinui 2-COP SAUCI-PAN You'll find thli will be one of the handiest pans in your kitchen. Use it lor warming baby bottles, chocolate, frosting, left* oven. Serves gs measuring cup—has Vi- cup graduation markings on the side. Especially designed for easy-stirring depth. Meat resistant handle with non- slip safety grip and handy hang-up ring. STOEBER HARDWARE OUR OWN HARDWARE ovin *oo TAMILV tinvici trono Due to illness we were not able to be open last Sunday but will be serving SMORGASBORD SUNDAY ' Serving from 11 A.M. to 1 P.M. Barbecued Ribs — Swiss Steak Complete dinner choice of salad and choice of dessert All you can eat $1.50 per person Children under 3 years free FENTON CAFE Two Fenton Aid Groups Plan Activities FENTON - The Ladies Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, met Thursday afternoon at the church basement with Mrs. Ervin Bruhn and Mrs. Howard Bruhn as hostesses. It was decided that anyone who would like to help make blankets for the needy overseas is to meet at the church basement Thursday, Jan. 11. They are asked to bring old materials or clothing that is suitable to make blankets. The Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Walter Jentz, Mrs. Wm. Jentz and Mrs. Ervin Krause as hostesses. Mrs. Ray Uthof was a guest. Rev. Rex Spicer opened devotions with the topic "Let God be God" and showed a film on the Ebenezer fund "A Time for Giving." Thank you notes were read from the shut-ins for their Christmas gifts. Mrs. Ervin Votteler was accepted as a new member. It was voted to give the mission money from the Christmas party to the Ebenezer fund. The Ladies Aid is in the process of buying new silver for the church basement. It was voted to purchase a pattern in stainless steel and to use the 5-piece place setting coupons in the November issue of several magazines. If anyone is interested in helping with this project please see one of the committee, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. Ola! Norland or Mrs. Fritz Newbrough. A special project committee was named and they are Mrs. John Waite, Mrs. Olaf Norland and Mrs. Norman Finnestad. A committee to help pack clothing Feb. 1 was appointed, and includes Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. Alan Bellinger, Mrs. Ray Priebe and Mrs. Theo Ostwald. A silver service was given to the Aid in memory of Mrs. John Fuhr by her daughters, Mrs. Frank Thilges and Mrs. Arnold Laabs. - o Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berkland and Jim and Mrs. Ida Cody were New Year's Day callers at the Melvin Berkland home. •MiBiiwiniiiiiniitiiiiiiitiiiiinitiiiiiiutiiiiniiiHiimiHMffliq SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Bronei iHWiwmiitiiHniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiinHiiiiiiiiiiii) Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Beadle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lohse, and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mortensen and family were Christmas Eve guests at the August Robinson home. Michael and Mark Mortensen stayed on for the holiday vacation. The August Robinsons took grandsons, Michael and Mark Mortensen home New Year'sDay. A belated Christmas party was held at the Kenneth Brones home Dec. 27. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Tobin, Marjorie, Michael and Marcia, Mr. and A CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank those who sent cards with Get Well wishes while I was in the hospital with the flu. 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