The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1961 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1961
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r Qa.) Upper De> Molno Thursday, March 16, 1961 Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper NOBLE'S WHEEL DRAWBAR * EASY ONE-MAN OPERATION • SIMPU FORWARD FOLDING FOR NARROW ©ATES ... ROADS MODEL NO. 850L HARROWS without help. water -two Mdioiw. Th« Atlii »n'ro! for eight coil .pring tUti Time Serving, Work Swing . . . Modern Mechanized Farming At Its Best oaaamo n Weisbrod Implement FENTON WE INVITE YOU TO LET US TALK OVER LOAN REQUIREMENTS WITH YOU. LOANS ARRANGED TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS AND BUDGET. BUY THE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES YOU NEED. WE WANT TO MAKE LOANS TO GOOD, SOLID, RELIABLE PEOPLE WHO HAVE ADEQUATE COLLATERAL AND HAVE DONE AND WILL DO A GOOD JOB. THAT IS OUR BUSINESS! FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK FENTON OFFICE TERMS TAILORED TO YOU! FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD 'Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT BMS. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 ' umilLJ -"'•-'-' ' - J - •""'•"•" I HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E, W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Prinl- ed That Takes An Interest In Fenlon! LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa Joanne Mitchell Guest At Pre-Nuptial Shower Marie Kohlwes Rites Monday, Lotts Creek Miss Joanne Mitchell was honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at St. John's Lutheran church parlors. Blue and white color was used, in decorating. The gift table was centered with a large blue picture hat and the cover to the gift and guest register book was also a blue hat. Mrs- M°lvin Berkland, dining room hostess, introduced Mrs Eugene Meyer who was in charge of the afternoon program. Vocal selection 'Easter Parade* by Vicky Elmers, Cheryl Berkland and Mary Lou-Larson. A hat fashion premiere was given by Mary Rossiter, Faye Hantelman, Joanne Lufkin, and Mesdames Dennis Long, Glenn Flint, Eldon Hantelman, Hugo Mittag, Waldo Schramm, Harold Elmers, -William Hantelman, Rueben Luedtke, Art Bierstedt, Bennie Berkland and Harvey Henricksen. A reading 'The Hat Shop Window' was given by Mrs Frank Seely and a reading 'To the Bride-to- be', by Mrs Walter Jentz. Mrs James Meyer was piano accompanist. Refreshments were served from a table centered with spring bouquet of golden trumpet daffodils and snapdraggons. Pouring was Mrs EuClaire Meyer and Mrs Merle Flint. Hostesses were Mesdames Ella Meyer, W. H. Friedrich, Eugene Meyer, Helena Jentz, Harold Eimers, Dennis Long, LadeH Olsen, A. C. Bierstedt, Max Bierstedt, Gerald B'ierstedt, Leon Kremer, Hugo' Mittag, Walter Schramm, Albert Mitchell, Morris Mitchell, Ole Pederson, John Micklick, Harvey Henrikseh, Bennie Berkland, Ed Uthof, Ray Uthof, Don Uthof, Glen Flint, Merle Flint, F. F. Mueller, Clarence Bierstedt, Allen Bellinger, John Ruger, Lloyd Kern, William Hantelman, Eldon Larry Alt, Stanley Berkland, Walter Jentz, Reuben Luedtke, William DeWall, Melvin Berkland, William Weiner, Kenneth Halverson, Arno-^Juhl, Olaf Norland, Walter Peril, Lyndon Kerber, Earl Lufkin, Wijlard Menz, Norman Larson and Paul Voigt. School Of Missions "Our Mission "Today" : ls the general theme of of missions, March 26-29 at the Fenton Methodist Church. The public is cordially invited. Each evening Rev. Harvey A. Walker, pastor of the church, will speak. His topic on the evening of Palm .Sunday will be 'The Faith That Compels Us'. On successive evenings his topics will be 'The Factors That Confront Us 1 , 'The Frontiers That Call Us', and 'The Program That Unites Us in Witness and Service'. In addition, lay speakers will deal' with four lands of decision in brief talks. They are Mrs Lester Weisbrod, Argentina; Willard Menz, Chinese People in Dispersion; Mrs Arnold Hanson, Southern Rhodesia; and Mrs Clayton Ditsworlh, Pakistan. Lone.Rock — Funeral services for Marie Kohlwes, wife of John Kohlwes, were held Monday afternoon in the Immanuel Lutheran church at Ldtts Creek. Mrs Kohlwes died at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Saturday, Mar. ll,iBt" the age of 81 ye&s from a heart - condition. The Thomas Funeral home of Fenton was in charge of arrangements, with burial in the Lotts Creek Cemetery. • Pallbearers were Ed Lieb, Noah Riesner, L. A. Hackbarth, Art Rusch, William Kading and William Lauck. Mrs Kohlwes was born Mar. 17, 1879 to Gessine Klauche and John Maas in. Huldenburg, Germany. She came to Iowa in 1902 and was married to John Kohlwes Feb. 23, 1904 at Homestead . .where they were farmers. Children living are Ida (Mrs Everett Dreyer), Elsie (Mrs Paul Eigler) of Fenton, Ewold Kohlwes of Austin, Minn., and Arlin Kohlwes of Algona. A son Oscar preceded her in death in 1956; Brothers are William Maas of Scribner, Nebr. and Rev. Herman Maas of Lowden, Jowa. There are 12 grandchildren* and 8 great grandchildren. Sentrdl Seniors To Offer Class Play Next Week I Fenion -— The senior class of' Sentral Community School will present its' play "Take Your Medicine" on March 23 and 2i at 8 p.m. in the Sentral audits rium. $ Members of the cast are Culture of Mason City, JoWa. The contest was presented last Monday evening, The hair styles der-j from the new' Honey Htlg* were combed at 7 p.m. in the' view of an audience of some 800 guests. Among the 60 contesting students, the professional 'judges chose Becky Householder, Judy Juhl and Judy Voigt's hair styles to be among the winners. Fenfon Legion Auxiliary Meets '. Fenlon — Mrs Ed Bruhn was hostess to the Legion Auxiliary Friday. . Gift articles" are being sent to Knoxville for the , Carnival. "twenty four Easter bunny favors were sent to the Glenwood State Hospital and $2.50 to the Mental Health Institute at Independence. The local auxiliary will be sending a girl to Girls' State. The selection will be made from the Junior class of Sentral High School. The April meeting will be with Mrs Hans Baago. Gen Thompson, Seneca, Bride OfSweaCityan Seneca — • Genese Thompson, Hampton, daughter of Mrs Hans Thompson, and Harold Swanson, son of , Mrs Christena Swanson of Swea City, were married Sunday, Mar. 5, at 2:30 p.m. at the Blakjer Lutheran church near Seneca. Rev. David-Vigen officiated at the single ring ceremony. Mrs John Johannesen, church organist, provided nuptial music and accompanied the soloist, Mrs David Vigen. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, Scott De Sart of Fenton, was attired in a beige silk sheath dress fashioned with a lace bodice. She wore matching accessories. Her corsage was of pink roses and white carnations. ' Rose'Ann Thompson was bride- sftiaid. The gropm's attendant 'Harold- Swanson. Donald^ De mit Krueger, Muriel Nordine/ Herbert Krause, Janice HannV over, Susan Montgomery, San- dnr Ellefson; Judy Berkland, Dick Peterson, Kern Yager, L6-- vita Kohlwes, Coleen Collins- and Linda Tomlinson. Play director is William O'Brien. The play is a "situation comedy that takes plac.e in a hospital room. It should provide the audience with several hours of real laughter. Mr and Mrs Clarence Arbogasl moved Saturday to the farm home vacated by the Mervin Pricbe family, who recently moved to California. Those assisting in the moving were served dinner at the Delond Votteler home. Mr and Mrs H. R. Petlit, Lael Pettit, William Kollasch and Mrs Clara Fischer returned this past week from a two weeks vacation in Florida. They enjoyed deep- sea fishing at Key West. They also visited with the Rev. and Mrs A. C. Krueger at Siebring, Florida. Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman are back in their home in Fenton after being in the Algona Rest Home for several weeks. Mrs Carl Priebe has been a recent patient in the Lee Memorial Hospital in Fort Meyers, Florida. Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwarlz were Sunday gucstb in the Karl Schwartz home in Rockwell City. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller were Sunday guests in the Melvin Kicklefs home at Titonka in honor of Linda's fourth birthday Other guests were the Paul Winters ot Lakota and Mr and Mrs Harry Kicklefs. Before returning home, the Millers called on Mrs Heiko Adams at Buffalo Center, and also visited Mr Miller's brother William, a patient at the Buffalo Center Hospital. The North Depew Fellowship Circle of St. John's Lutheran church a! Depuw met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs Albert Mitchell. Guests were Mes- darnes Lewis Egemo, L. J. Weisbrod, Robert Burkgren and daughter Barbara and Ed Mitchell. Barbara Halverson, a student at L.B.I. Minneapolis visited with her parents at Fenlon from Wednesday to Sunday of this past week. Hold Contest In Hair Styling Fenton — Becky Householder, received fifth place and Judy Juhl, ami Judy Voigt received honorable mention for their creative hair stylus at the 8th student hfiir styling contest, sponsored by the La'James College of Beauty SaTt served as usher. Immeditely following the ceremony a reception was held at the bride's home for members of the wedding party, the immediate family of the bride and groom, and a few close friends. Mrs Le Roy Saftner presided at the sil-, ver service and Margie Thompson cut and served the three- tiered wedding cake. The bride has been employed at the Swea City Bank and the groom is engaged in farming. Following a brief wedding trip, the newlywcds will be at home on a farm 1 mile north, 1 mile west and .% mile north of the Swea City Community Hall. Underwent Surgery Laurence Johannesen, who spent the past week going through the clinic at Rochester, returned to Rochester Thursday preparatory to submitting to surgery on Friday morning. He is at the Methodist hospital. OUR STORE IS ACQUIRING A Don't pick yuur own disease to fit your symptoms. Not all stomach aches are appendicitis. But they're not all "just indigestion" either. Remodeling and enlargement of Our Main Floor Furniture Dept. Is .Nearly Completed. You're welcome to visit it NOW, but if you haven't don't miss our forthcoming OPEN HOUSE. . WATCH FOR IT NEW MERCHANDISE IS ARRIVING DAILY Whatever You Might Be Thinking of In Furniture or Carpets, Be Sure And See The Quality And Sensible Pricing AT PETERSEN FURNITURE IN FENTON "Worth Driving Mites To Find 0uf Club Hosieii i&t* Everett Whhatt* wa* hostess to the Seneca Modern Mixers club Tuesday afternoon at her hotriej All. the members in. attendance wore something .green in obserfoince of St Patrfc&Y Ca£ Mrs Gordon Burt was* the honored birthday member, but was not present, , • Mrs Calvin Va'udt had charge of the entertainment. Prizes frett wdii ,% Sirs Alvin CypKert, MrV T/ed'Je*nsen £nd Mrs Fred Johshv 'nesen. Mrs Elmer Witham Wa"S *a guest. Mrs Richard Bauer will be the April hostess. Eugene Bollig was hostess to the Modernette Club at < her home Monday evening. The evening was spent at cards, Mrs Melvin Theisen received the prize for having the' high score, Mrs William Marlow, ffavel, arid Mrs Bob Lynch, low. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 NEW mm SWEET PIG STARTER GIVES A BOOST IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION . Felco Sweet Pig Starter is new this year. Little pl$ feally go fof it because it's sweetened with sugar.; And it's a pelleted pig starter that contains 50% rolled oati and a ; high level/of antibiotics to keep pigs healthy right from ' *the start. Begin with New Felco Sweet Pig Starter for a more successful hog feeding program, ; ' CONTACT... FENTON Co-Op Elevator VOUUSAVE FOR SURE! Phone 44 Fenton : Phone WaL 5-3015 at Lone Rock WITH OUR "ON THE FARM" SERVICE BUY IN BULK! Motor Oils For Your Car and Tractors Complete Line of Weed Sprays Agricultural Chemicals to Combat Insects and Worms, And Fly Spray For Barns. BULK BUYING SAVES MONEY - SEE ME FOR ^ JIM MEYER Standard Tank Wagon Service For FENTON, LONE ROCK, SENECA AND LOTTS CREEK AREA. Work Wonders on Your Walls with the In NEWEST Wall Paint! Here it h\ Vinyl, the magic plastic that addi new beauty, new durability to America'* most exciting product*. Now ava//db/e in Gilt f dge Paint, ,,.to work bright new won- cfert on ttie wo//$ of your homel IASIEST TO APPLY! Glides on like « freeze — dries fn less than on« hoyr! ODOR FREE) Gilt Edge ha» added Its exclusive blend of scientifically twwlpted ingredients to new Vinyl btex to destroy paint odon "rmgke newly painted room* im»U;fresh and 'clean! m fOIOH5 to choosi _ sypt r. enfroogt biding! per gallon £ A $Y CLEAN UP! Drips, spatters, prushKi and equipment clean vp qvickly, easily "with wajerl LUMBER CO. FENTON, IOWA

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