The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1961 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1961
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ApHI 27, 1961 Mr and Mrs O116 Leisener of Austin^ Mimti were Friday afer- ttoott visitors-iii the M. P. Nemitz home. , Mis Ed Btuhn and Mrs Martin * HDnetlrtran"' were guests' at the Fun i and Do Club which met with 1 Mrs Ted Meier near Whittemore Thursday afternoon. M* and Mrs M,P. Nemilz al< tended a Gun Show held Sunday at the Hotel Hanford in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Lloyd fletkland Lyndon Kerber and family wert Sunday guests in the R. A. Busch home at Ringsted. Handy IRONING CADDY and Portable $ *3> .95 Clothes Hanger ^f Many UMtl Far ironing, hanging wet clothe], off season coat rack, etc. Folds flat to store. '•* fl Reg. 1.49 PKG. OF 10 HANDKERCHIEFS •A 83< targe st»d . . . 100% cotton. A grand opportunity lo lave on good quality handkerchiefs for the family. Large Met a' WASTEBASKETS t In 4 popular colors Roflmy 26-qt;. size in pink, white, yellow or turquoise* New Rid 12 Position IRONING TABLE wfttfjfit — taiy fo set ible Iron- uo for comforta Ing — standing or sitting. Sample b«Hl« of Charm Cent furniture poliih with f •ach quart can of lundmark'l Moor Wax. This is the pure Carnauba wax they recommend for public buildings where heavy pedestrian traffic means heavy wear. The bestl Qt. Can $1.49 STOEBER HARDWARE IN FRIENDLY FENTON 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 Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa 4~Al g ono (la.) Upper Pet MftJnes . Thor4c.ay, April Fenton Girl Recent Briele Publl*h»d Iy Tte Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Everett Mauley who were' married Sunday, April 16, at Feraton at St. John's Lutheran church. The bride is the former Joanne Elaine Mitchell, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Edward Mitcheil of Fenton. The bridegroom is a son t>f Mr. and Mrs. George Manley of Armstrong. The complete wedding sdory was carried on the Feritou Reporter page last issue. The young couple will live at Armstrong. (UDM engraving—Kirkham Studio photo). . . - . Mrs. Ted Nelson Hosts Independence Club Unit 1st at 3:30 at the Algona Hotel. - . Refreshments were served by Mesdames Lyle Newel, John Stru- ecker and Ervin Borchardt. Fenton — The Independence Mixers Farm Bureau Womans Club met in th(? home of Mrs Ted Nelson- on Thursday • afternoon' April ?0th. The meeting opened with the roll call 'A house cleaning hint', answored by seven members and two guests: Ciub chairman, Mrs Ted Nelson led in a discussion. The secretray and treasurer report was read and approved. The afternoon's program included reports on the study of Spain. Mrs Clarence Underwood gave tne geographical bacKground and map study of Spain arid Mrs Elaon Khoadcs reported on Spanish foods. Crafts and art of Spam was given by Mrs Ernest Voet- tler and a report on education was given by Mrs Krncst Berkland. Mrs Freda Sieius lold of the animals of that country and the progarm concluded witn Mrs Joe Kay reading interesting stones under the heading 'It Happened in Spam'. The study of Spam will continue at next month's meeting, when slides will be shown. Members are to bring a guest. Mrs Ted Nelson read a letter from the Farm Bureau office in regard to making plans for the rural Womans Day tea. Each township is to prepare a typical food from each country they are studying. Each Township is to have a booth. At the close of the afternoon, the usual collection? were taken, lollowed by a deelicious lunch served by the hostess. Mrs Ervin Luedtke and Mrs Dar- ael Dreyer., Lizzie Meyer gave two readings, SON rOR~MUELLERS Mr and Mrs Harlan Mueller arri the parents of a son born Sat- uraday, April 22, He weighed 6 Ibs. iu oz. and has been named Deari Harlan. Mr and Mrs Fred Prohaska of Earlham, Iowa, and Mr and Mrs Ernest Mueller of Fentort are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson wtre Sunday afternoon and supper guests in the Peter Thofsori home at Ringsted. Other guests were Rev. and Mrs Stanley Hansen and Mr and Mrs Ivan- Peterson. Among those attending, the wedding of Arnetta Sweet and Martin Norland at Algona Saturday were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland, Mr and Mrs Oiaf Norland, Mrs Dennis Schmidt, and Mr and Mrs William Jentz, and William Jr. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn and Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman at- ended the Golden wedding an-, niversary open house for Mr and Mrs W. B. Schmidtke at Morristown Minn. Sunday afternoon. Envoute home they visited with the Hlibert Hantelmans at Mankato. Mrs Edith Hay en i has purchased the lot to the west of the Martin Hantelman residence, and will have the smaller house on her farm moved to town. This house has been occupied by the Donald Gross family. The brood- erhouses' on the lot purchased by Mrs Hayenga are being moved this week. One of the buildings was moved to the Norman Finnestad farm and the other has been purchased by Albert Mitchell. Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and family were Sunday supper guests in the James Preston home at Swea City. M; and'Mrs William Hantelman spent the weekend in the parental W. B. Schmidtke home at Morristown, Minn. The Schmidtkes ob- served their Golden wedding anniversary Sunday. 11 Make Tour Of Minneapolis Fenton. —* Eleven ladles from the local Fenton Township Homemakers Club were among the group of -38' women 'attending a club tour in Minneapolis,. Wednesday of the past week. The tour Was sponsored by the Farm Womans Committee. Highlights of the tour indued the Betty Crocker Kitchens, Fanny .Farmer Candy .Kitchen, a tour • Of the First National Bank and a visit to Soutndale. . ; Members of the .local club attending were Mesdame'Sj Paul Voigt; Ray Laabs, Roy Briele. Lloyd Berkland, Milton Madsen, _._ o _ , Willis C&ttott Gerald 'fcadig, Dale Wegenef, Victor Dreyer. ' re- , Con A! Bunlap 'a'-farmed ftetfr. »-•••-* — - — — - cefltly when it gat caught in a stalk-cuttef.-Altf^f his fingers bro&eri 'and -His thumb was mangled. WATCH & BANDS REPAIR OPTICAL SCREWS — NECKLACE CUSPS LOCATED AT ANDREASEN'S INS. BLBG. RINGSTED (17-20) Phone Wai. 5-3015 at Lone Rock WITH OUR "ON THE FARM" SERVICE BUY IN BUIKL © 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 For JOB LOT PRICES Standard Tank Wagon Service JIM MEYER FENTON, LONE ROCK, SENECA AND LOTTS CREEK AREA. ""GOLLY DISHWATER HANDS LIKE-MOMMY! WHAT • SHE NEEDS IS AN AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC DISHWASHER" FRIENDLY NEIGHBORS The Friendly Neighbor Club April meeting in the home of Mrs Elsie Dreyer with Mrs Ray Dreyer assisting hostess. Mrs Emma Radig was a club guest. During the business meeting, it was voted to contribute $5 to the Cancer Fund. The lesson was presented by The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fenton! LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Red Estate Broker and Farm loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa BOTH BIRTHDAY .Mrs Kate Mt-nz rec-L-ntly ub- .scrvixt IHT 80th birthday anniversary. Helping her observe tht ofL-asion were Mr and Mrs Francis Ware, Mr and Mrs Wayne Ware of Lsthi-rville, Mr and Mrs Howard Butt, Mrs Anna Reimers, Mr and Mrs Uonulci Keiiners of Burt, Mr and Mrs Harold Heimers of Ikimboldt. Mr and Mrs Ed Heim- ors and Jerry of Fenton and H great grand-children. YOU'LL SAVE AND SAVE ON FUEL costs with Green Colonial leating. It's your best buy for cleanliness, comfort, economy. STOEBER HARDWARE Dealer For Fenton and Vicinity CORN! WE HAVE IT! HOMER MATTHIESEN Phone 141 — Fenton BOYS STATE DELEGATE The Weisbrod-Uanny Legion po-t of Fenton has chosen Jerome /v.-iefel as delegate lo llawkeyc Boys State which will be held at Camp JJodge near Des Moines in June. Jerome is active in vocal and instrumental music and is participating in track. He is the .son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Zv.'ielel of rural Fenton. Larry Biersledt, sun of Mr and Mi. 1 - Clarence Bierstdt of rural 1'Vntun v.'as selected as alternate. He has taken an active part in .sports at Sentral School. VISIT ALGONA JEWELRY Mt-inbeis 01 the Town and Country Woman's Club m e t Munday evt-ninji at Sharp's Jewelry Stare in Algona. The club viewed a film on table appoint- incuts, and Mrs A. M. Quintard gave a demonstration with glassware and china. Final Preparations were made for the annual Sentral Senior iiii' u Uj tu be held A'onday May THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embaltners and * Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON RINGSTED 2021 4 LITTIE QIRL-YOU ARE SO RIGHTIA new aut<>« matic dishwasher can help keep those hands looking yOMng,, t for both you and your Mommy t Dishes wash like magic with your new auto. mstic electric dishwasher! No more endless h<?Mr» Of hanslwashing-leaves you more time for family «nd friends. AntJ clean! Every owner of an electri« cji?b,washer can tell you how sparkling clean your tiishe* will look. Saves wear and tear on djsheSi too. You'll love doing dishes the modern way , ,, »nd yoii'll Uva Better Electrically, IOWA KLECTUIC POWER

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