The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1968 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 1, 1968
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I i .. _j ..,„ wfjjjcr Dftt Moincs Publishing Co., Algena. lowo MRS. RAY UTHOF News Editor mmm mmm\ ifeniun mmmmmq FEB. ], 1968 | Algeria (la.) Upp«r D«* Mo!n«-7 • Mason aty Girl Fenton fo n \ Qn Host Ladies World Aid Project *% • i ^^ * ~«. A. * Bride On January 22 FENTON - In a 9 p. m. ceremony, Monday, Jan. 22, Elaine Lucille Heinold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heinold, Mason City, was united in marriage to David Earl Eldridge, son of Rev. and Mrs. Russell D. Eldridge, at the Methodist church in Fenton, with the father of the groom officiating. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a traditional floor-length white satin gown. Long sleeves, and fitted bodice of beaded lace over satin, topped the sheath skirt with a wide border of lace. The removable train attached at the waist had a wide border of lace to match the skirt. She wore a shoulder- length veil held in place by a tiny pearlized cap and carried a cascade of red roses and white pom poms. Attending the bride as matron of honor was her sister, Mrs. Charles Smith, who wore a turquoise blue sheath with matching hat and carried a bouquet of white pom poms. Richard Reher was best man. Mrs. Lloyd Edwards, Little Falls, Minn., was organist and accompanied the soloist, Dale Eldridge. A reception followed at the Methodist parsonage and the couple left for Minneapolis where the bride is employed. The groom will be returning to Fort Hauchuca, Ariz, where he will instructor in light vehicles for the Army. Mrs. Eldridge will join him as soon as arrangements can be made. Mrs. Eldridge was a 1964 graduate of Mason City High School and attended Central College, McPherson, Kans. Mr. Eldridge was a 1965 graduate of Sentral High School and attended Morningside College and Mason City Junior College prior to his entrance into the Army. T&C Women's Club, Fenton, Holds Meeting FENTON -The Town and Country Women's Club met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Wm. Hantelman, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson as co-hostess. The program was a play given by Mrs. Herbert Krause, Mrs. Harlan Elmers, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. Rex Spicer and Mrs. Ervin Borchardt. Election of officers was held with the following being elected: president, Mrs. Russell Eldridge; vice president, Mrs. Ervin Borchardt; secretary, Mrs. Charles Feye; treasurer, Mrs. Arnold Hansen; historian, Mrs. Eugene Huskamp. - o Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Stan Berkland were Saturday afternoon and supper guests at the Richard Stuck! home at Ogden. Appearing For Your Entertainment: "THE BIRDS" Saturday, Feb. 3 BERNIE'S RECREATION FENTON To County Fire Fighters FENTON - Fenton firemen were host to the Kossuth County- Firemen's Association Thursday evening. Election of of fleers was held, and a movie on the Wichita, Kansas, tornado was shown. - o - Mr. and Mrs. John Struecker and Mrs. Delphine Hantelman were Sunday dinner guests at the Wm. Hantelman home. Sunday visitors at the Harlan Elmers home were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sewick, Algona. Trudy Kay Huskamp started working Monday as historian at the Hoover Memorial Library, West Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Steine, Fairmont, have left for an extended trip to California and Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hantelman took Pfc. Glen Hantelman to Minneapolis where he left Jan. 17 for Seattle, Wash., and ttie next day from Seattle he flew to Korea. Mr. and Mrs. Marold Schlei and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chris- chilles were Saturday evening guests at the Clarence Menz home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber spent from Thursday till Saturday at the Richard Stuck! home at Ogden. Mrs. NoahReisner visited Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ida Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. RobertRetterath are the parents of a 6 lb., 5 oz. baby girl born Jan. 25 at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. She has been named Amy Kathryn. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Retterath of Stacyville, Iowa. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause and Mrs. Kate Alt. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Berkland and. family, Terrill, were Sunday dinner guests at the David Berkland home. Ranee Douglas, Mason City, was a weekend guests at the parental Clifford Douglas home. >•••••*> FOOD SALE \ouuiiy FRUIT COCKTAIL 3~ No - 303 ean « 79c PEACH HALVES 3-No, 2V4 cam $} SLICED PEACHES 3-No. 2 ' 7 ' «•"« $1 MANDARIN ORANGES __ 4-" «• «"" $1 PINEAPPLE JUICE 3- 46 •*• tln « 89e CHUNK PINEAPPLE ___ 4-No, 2 " can « 95c TIDBIT PINEAPPLE ___ 4-No, 211 cans 95 e CRUSHED PINEAPPLE _ 4-No, 211 cans 955 Pineapple-Grpt. Drink __ 4- 46 «• eon « $1 CUT GREEN BEANS — 4-No. 303 cans $1 Golden Cream Style Corn 4 No. 303 cans 85e Golden Whole Kernel Com 4 No. 303 cans 8 5c PEAS, Early June _— 4-No. 303 can, 8 5cc DILL PICKLES, regular 22 «• i° r 39c DILL PICKLES, kosher 22 ox - i ar 39e SWEET PICKLE CHIPS ' 2 •*• i° r 39c TUNA, CHUNK STYLE ___. 3 - ** ««"« 89c CATSUP -- 5- H "• Ml - $1 PITTED PRUNES, bags 12 «• P k 9- 39c SEEDLESS RAISINS 1S °'" &*' 33c KRAFT'GRAPE JELLY 8 •»• J qr 29c TASTE-O-SEA fish sticks 2 *J*'jfa*' 59c 25c 19c TOMATO CATSUP RED RASPBERRIES, Oregon LETTUCE, crisp head RADISHES^bunches — 2 ^ k 9*FRANKS, Armour's Star - 2 •""• 95c SMOKFES, Armour's Star lb - 59c . GOLDEN . SWEETCORH PETE'S MARKET FENTON, IOWA FENTON - The Ladles Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Fairville, found work can be fun as they pieced old material together to make quilts for World Relief. Several days ladies from the aid came to the church basement with their needles, thread, scissors and sewing machines and all worked together making quilts. Some stayed all day and brought their lunch; others only stayed part of the day. Usually they had from 11 to 14 busy workers each day. When the project was finished they found they had over 50 quilts to send to the needy. Pictured are left to right, Mrs. Wm. Bruhn, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mrs. Carl Beck and Mrs. David Berkland. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen were Sunday evening visitors at the Clarence Arbogast home for the Arbogasts anniversary. Sunday supper guests at the Roy Chrischilles home for Roy's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Chrischilles and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weiner, Burt. John Haag, Thompson, was taken to a Rochester hospital Friday morning where he is in critical condition. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen visited Friday afternoon in the Haag home. "Rev. and Mrs.FredPruelwere.', Saturday evening dinner guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp and Trudy, andMr. and Mrs.Cla- rence Arbogast were Friday evening guests at the Gerald Schmidt home at Irvington. The evening was spent viewing movies of different Christmases shown by Mr. Schmidt and Mr. Huskamp. Sunday afternoon guests at the Melvin Berkland home for Marlin's 18th birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DeWall and Mrs. Shirley Zumach and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglas were guests last Tuesday at the Raymond Voigt home at Taopi, Minn. The A.L.C.W. of St. John's Lutheran Church, Depew, met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ervin Berkland and Mrs. David Clemenson as hostesses. Opening devotions were given by Mrs. Richard Naig, singspiration by Mrs. David Naig, the program was given by Mrs. Wm. Weiner, offering meditation by Mrs.Till- ford Egland, and Rev. Johnson gave the Bible study. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen were a week ago Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Paul Weber home in Burt and were among 22 other guests at a card party that evening for Mrs. Weber's birthday. The M.Y.F. of the Fenton Methodist church will hold a bake sale Saturday, Feb. 3 at the Fenton Community Center between the hours of 4 and 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gappa and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen and Mrs. Rose Hansen attended a birthday party for Ronnie Sikora at Ruthven Friday evening. Saturday dinner guests at the Howard Bruhn home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bruhn and Mrs. Ross Sigmund, Becky and Mark of Boone. Mrs. Rex Wolfe was hostess to the Briage Club Thursday afternoon. Prizes went to Mrs. Ella Newel, Mrs. Esther Frank, and Mrs. Nettie Yager. Mrs. Nettie Yager was a guest player. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Larson were Saturday supper guests at the Carl Beck home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen were Sunday dinner guests at the Dennis Henriksen home at Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Daryle Wolfe, Waverly, were weekend guests at the Clayton Wolfe home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod spent the weekend in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler entertained Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber at dinner Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Duncan and family were Sunday evening dinner guests at Stubb's Ranch FOR "BIG LITTER" SOWS FEED FELCO FLUSH & FARROW Felco Flush & Paresis a feed for sows formulated to help them have bigger and healthier litters of pigs . . . and to do a better job of raising little pigs to weaning time. Feed Flush & Farrow during the flushing and the farrowing periods and realize these advantages: • I5 r /i protein complete feed, no other feed is needed. • Neomycin and Terramy- cin reduce incidence of scours during breeding and farrowing. * Contains needed vitamins and minerals. Increase net returns by using Felco Flush & Farrow in your pork production program. F«lea FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Mrs. Lena Jentz was hostess to the Saturday Bridge Club Saturday afternoon. Prizes went to Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, Mrs. Carl Beck and Mrs. Lloyd Kern. Guest players were Mrs. Edna Mueller, Mrs. Fred Jentz, Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Mrs. Lloyd Sunde and Mrs. Rex Wolfe. Mrs. Lorraine Berkland, Cheryl and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hurlburt and family, Ft. Dodge, Mrs. Lena Jentz, Gary and Karen Jentz and Gary Elmers were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Jentz home. Dennis Uthof joined the group for supper. The dinner was in honor of Fred's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dreyer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Sievers, Humboldt, were Thursday evening guests at the home of Mrs. Ida Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jacobsen were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the Sirloin House at Fairmont. Mrs. Ferdinand Mueller and Everett were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arley Doehler, Primghar. Mrs. George Frisbie will be celebrating her 80th birthday Feb. 9. Her address is Mrs. George Frisbie, c/o Bert Rouse, Ayrshire, Iowa. SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa Dr. E, W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 889*2248 Residence 889-2353 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 889-2281 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sales & Service Phone 889-2713 FEN =RIENDLY TON. IOWA I No purchase required. 68 First Prizes— INTERNATIONAL Pickups. 500 Second Prizes-Tractor Radios. 6,000 Third Prizes- choice of 100 gallons of AMERICANA Regular Gasoline or AMERICAN <., PREMIER Diesel Fuel, or a half-barrel of AMOCO* 300 Motor Oil. Since the Sweepstakes is I I JIM MEYER | I Enter the Standard Oil | Farm Sweepstakes I Over 6,500 Valuable Prizes I lor Farm operators only, your chances of winning are good. Enter today! Entry blanks and complete details on the Standard Oil Farm Sweepstakes can be obtained from your State Farm Paper or from me." No purchase is required. Void where prohibited by law. Phone Lone Rock 925-3015 Fenton 889-2964 (9 and 13) YOU'RE INVITED. BE OUR GUEST! Pancake & Sausage Day At Fenton, Free, Feb. 3 FENTON - Saturday, Feb. 3, has been designated as the date for the annual Pancake & Sausage Day in Fenton, by the Feuton Community Club. Free pancakes, hot sausage, coffee, butter and syrup will be offeied free from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Community Center. Everyone is invited, Groundhog Day is Friday, Feb. 2, which has no bearing on the fact that sausage will be served along with the pancakes on Feb. 3, say the committee. After holding a brief corn- petition between members of the .Community Club, as to culinary ability, it narrowed down to these men who will have the major tasks of preparation and serving: Bob Mitchell, Ken Halverson, Gerald Voigt, Roger Uses, Pete Saxton and Ra) Stoeber. Ftnton 66 Strvlce Pete's Market Pett Saxton Bernice Recreation Bernie Kramtr Ray Priebe Store Kenneth Halverson Pottmatter Voigt Insurance Gerald Voigt Rev. Russell Eldredge RUTA'S SWEETSHOP Jim's Standard Jim Meyer Fenton Lumber Bill Hontelmah DeKalb Corn Homer Mathieien Fenton Reporter Upper De» Maine* Weisbrod Implement Letter Weisbrod Dr. E. W. Ruske Lael's Beauty Shop Krause Auto Saks Ken Kraut* Ftnton Motor Co. lefe Stotbt r Hardwgrt Wilfrid & Roy SPONSORED BY THESE MEMBERS OF FENTON COMMUNITY CLUB McFall Plumbing & Heating Frank McFall First Trust & Savings Bonk Jorgenton's Market & Storagt

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