The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1961 · Page 18
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• November 30, 1961 (ja<) ^ujpf r. fo* ftfofr "ftyrcfoy? p . etawlb . 6f y ' ffi T IMsl Shower, FenfoniFor Jo Ann Sunde •'Fenlon — A • bridal shower Wa'sr'held for 'Jo Ann Sunde, Saturday everting, December 2, -at St7~ John's Lutheran church in F.entpn. Mrs. R9ger • Robbins £,ake,.Par£ W;aS iii charge' of the guest book. Linda Sunde, Beth Anti and karen Feye carried the gifts to th> gift' table. 'Mrs. Paul V6)gt 'and'-'Mrs.- Larry Alt were tifogram ' chairmen. Roxanna Voigt dresed in a 4-H uniform Presented Jo Ann with an angel food cake pan to represent her years in 4-H and Marilyn Alt 'played a clarinet solo to repre- s"ent Jo Ann's years in the high school baiid as a clarinetist. |' Other selections in the program were a solo by Trudy Huskamp accompanied by Jackie Laabs, Mrs. Roger Robbins a reading and Joanne Dreyer gave a piano solo. Nancy Sunde, Mrs. Roger Robbins, Joanne Dreyer and Coleen Mitchell assisted Miss Stinde in opening her gifts. She .'and her fiance Richard Devers phoenix, Ajiz. will be marriec Dec. 17 in St.' John's Lutheran church. • Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell ,Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hellers and family' Marble Rock, had 'a surprise * birthday party for Mrs. Morris Mitchell at the' Morris Mitchells Friday night. •'' Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Vaux, Dav- 'enport, visited over the weekend •with Mr. and Mrs. Louie Weis- •brbd. ' > ,'] Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and boys were Friday night 'Visitors' in; the How.ard Bierstedt •home' rural .Lone Rock. • ' <v:: Mr. ; ;and Mrs/Herbert Weiske and family, Cedar Rapids werer -Weekend guests of Mr. and Mia'.l ~' " 'McFall. The Weiskes and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Matfgo were Sunday'dinne guests a,t the tytcFalis Mr. and Mrs, Will .,.-, 7f — f Clintdri'amTMrs., Rdse Sigsbee Algoiia eatle'd''oh'Mr.'and Mrs Sam Warner ' and Mr. and Mrs Martin Ohm Sunday. Mr. Wege ner and Mrs. Sigs'bee are broth er and sister of Mrs. Warner. Mrs. fionald Bier had emer gency surgery - Saturday nigh' for appendioites at' Holy Familj hospital in Estherville. Mrs Biers husband is stationed in the air- force in Turkey and she is living with her parents Mr. 'and Mrs. Sylvester Hainzinger.* Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson. Martjnsburg, visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lister. Anderson is a cousin of Mrs. Rex Wolf so the Andersons, Listers and Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall visited Saturday evening in the Rex Wolf hohie. James Holin Priebe five week old, son "of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Priebe' was* baptized in St. John's Liutheran church in Fenton Sunday. His" grandmother Mrs. Raymond Priebe and aunt Jacquline 3 riebe tiere sponsors. Mrs. Stuart Butterfield, Swea City and Wr. and Mrs. Donald Priebe and >oys were dinner guests in the Ray Priebe home in honor of the ccasion. Three Fenton area farmers returned home last Tuesday from a hunting trip to Sundance, Wyoming. The men, Harlan Eimers, Kenneth Johnson and Eugent. Wegener each bagged a deer with Wegener getting a "doe and-, the other two a buck each. " • ; . Mrs. Larry; Gade entertained som'e higti school classmates at a coffee party Saturday Nov. 25. Those present were Mrs. Mert Hurburt, Mrs. Kaye Ruske, Davenport, and Mrs. Howard Bruhn. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wef " left Monday for their *r Wins fre§ ^r>!|ico Nfffff; After a half gallon of keys had been tried, Walter; (Dick) Jentz, pictured above* at'the right, canie up with the-correct key at the Weisbiod Implemeht'Co. In Fenton, and as a'result received a brfind heyr Knipco' heat6r. Key»'to fit a'lodef securetf lo the heater, Wre sent to all farmers in the Fenlon-Lone nock area, and each one was invited lo try the key. To the person with the key that unlocked the chain attached" to the heater, went the free Knipco.'" - , ' ' • • ,'• '* " : Les Weisbrod, shown at the left, presented Mr Jentz with the healer last week. Jentz intends to use it for his hogs, and probably in his garage loo. He.farms 240 acres 2Vi miles north and' 2 miles east of Fenlon. (UDM folo—engraving) .*'•:>, residence in California. 'They will be staying in the Blackstone Hotel, 330 West Ocean Blvd., Ixmg Beach. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krumm and Mary Kay, Armstrong were Thanksgiving dinner guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Widde), . Thanksgiving dinner guests in the Wayne Bellinger home were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollirtger and Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and Debbie, Mr. , and Mrs. Arnold Hantelmart and family, Mr. arid Mrs. Alfred • BeV, and Otto Bell, Whittemore and Miss Esther v Bierstedt F . Mr. and Mrs. Norman / Bollinger and Debbie were'"Tliariksgiy- ing supper guests ; * of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gushing, Emmetsburg. Sunday dinner guests of .the Raymond Stoebers were, Mr. ajad MJTS. Irvin' Kassulke and fc__ T ,, Trimont, Minn.', Mr. and »MTs. Lyle Bassett and Robin BundeV Milford, Mrs. Elsie Reed and Mr. Earl Richards, Algona .and. Mr. aVd Mrsi Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne; . ..., The U-Deal-Em Bridge club met at the home of'Mrs. Evejejt, Dreyer Monday, Nov. 27. Three 'tables were''in play and Mrs. LET'S GO FISHING! SATURDAY, DEC. 9th CATCH YOUR OWN FREE GOLDFISH ONE TO A YOUNGSTER Each Goldfish Will Be Placed In A Plastic Water Bag PRIEBE STORES ART IN LONE ROCK RAY IN FENTON FREE COFFEE FOR ADULTS ALL DAY SATURDAY DON'T FAIL TO REGISTER FOR ANNUAL XMAS GIFT DRAWING TWO DRAWINGS EACH WEEK AT 4 P. M. DECEMBER 9 - If & 23 You Do Not Have To Be Present To Win. Uai't One Drawing To A Family. if YOU Dp Not Win First Week Your (Some Stays In Box For All Four Chances. SEE THE GIFT DISPLAY IN OUR OFFICE UNDER OUR CHRISTMAS TREE! ONE TICKET WITH EACH 100 IBS. FELCO FEED A GRAND PRIZE LAST WEEK WORTH $30 TO BE DRAWN § EXTRA DRAWINGS IAST WEEK FOR 5 SILVER DOLLARS FQR CHILD OF YQUR CHOICE Filed FENION CO-OP ELEVATOR FENTPN, JOWA George Murpiiy won Jiigh, Mrs, Lloyd Sunde second high : and Mrs. Paul Eigler, low. Sunday dinner guests • at the Albert Mitchells". were Mr; Mrs. Chester Skaar, Burnett and Harold, Primgar and Mr. <and Mrs. Richard Underwood and family. Mr.'and Mrs. 'Morris 'Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hellers" and family, Marble Rock -visited over the weekend with the Rev Eddie Silrum family in Storden, Muin^' ' ' The Depew Ladies Aid met Thursday, Nov. 30th. Mr. Jbha- than Lindell a' missionary to Nepal was the guest speaker. Mris. Art Juhl led the devotions and Mrs. 'Arnold Naig .'presented the topic. Mrs. Ernest Berkland' and Mrs. Clarence Berkland were the hostesses.' . . , Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt and family, Lone Rock were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller. . Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig wjere Sunday evening visitors in .Ohm home. ... ,. and Couhlry Wo^ men's Club, entertained their husbands Sunday evening at the Fenton .Community, Center. After a pot luck supper the group played Court Whist. The prizes went to Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, ladies high, Mrs. Ervin Johnson, ladies low, Harlan Eimers, mens high and Warren, Jones, mens Mr. and Mrs. Roelf Miller and Tommy. . Eckhart . ; visited with Mrs. Miller's mother Mrs. Henrietta Adams in the Buffalo Center hospital Sunday. . • Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stuck! and family were Saturday evening supper guests in the Eugene Marlow home, rural Burt. Tamara Sue Eimers, three week old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eimers, was baptiz*. ed Sunday at St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton. Mrs. Ladel) Olson, Mrs. Hans Hansen, Dolliver and Wayne Eimers were the sponsors. Dinner guests at the Eimers in honor of the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. William Eimers, Mrs. Helena Jentz, Rev and Mrs. W. H. Friedrich, Mr. and Mrs Hans Hansen and boys Dolliver, Mr. and Mrs. Ladeli Olson, and Jade, Mr. and Mrs Dennis Long and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Eimers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin VotteleK and girls were evening callers in the Eimers home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson were Sunday evening visitors in the Peter Thorsen home in Ringsted. Party, Fenton Fenton — A* surprise birthday toffee party was held Saturday, December 2, at the Kenny Johtt- sbn, home for Mrs. May,tta'rd, ICressin. " " ' Those present were Mrs. Art Kressin, Mrs. Jack Oerhart ana boys, Mrs, James Kressin, Mrs. John Kressin, Mrs. Orvilie Kressin, Mrs. tyollfe Kresslri, 'Mrs, Ferdinand BjerstedC Mm Howard Bierstedf ahd Julie) Mrs*. Joe Kemna; Mrs. Bob 'Mitchell, Mrs". Clarence Bierstedt, Mrs. Darrfel Dreyer and. children, Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt Jr. and R6get, Mrs. Herman' Hint?, Mrs. •' Vit Struecker ""and""'Jennifer, Mrs Gene Vaudt, Mrs. Fred Boetcher, Mrs. Wayne Boettcher and Lyh- nete, Mrs. Fred'Meyer, Mrs. Malt Flaig'and boH 'Mrs. Harlan Eimers and .children, Mrs. E. 'K. Johnson and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and girls. • ' v . Mrs. Maynard Kressin, Martha and Ma'ynard Jr.'are 'formerly from San Marcus, Calif,, and 'ire now staying -with • Mr. and Mrs. Kressin wJule the husband and father is stationed-in Okinawa. f F*«» • W i r , 2 Meetings By Fenton Forwards Illness Fatal To Girl, 21 Fenton -^ Diane Colleen Vaux, 21, the only child of Mr. and Mri Ernest Vaiux, Davenport, died Monday, Nov. 27 after about a (week's hospitalization because of Congested lungs and!a high fever. Miss Vaux was a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. L, J.' Weisbrod. , Diane had. beei\ bedridden throughout her life, as the result of surgery for a brain' tumor when she was less than'one year old. She was unable to speak or sit upright, and remained in constant care •. of" her' parents. The funeral, which was Thursday in Davenport, was attended by Alfred Meyers, Mrs." David Newell, Mrs. Harold (Bob) Weisbrod and Mrs. Andrew 'Hansen, Algona. Mrs. Vaux is the former Nettie Weisbrod of Fenton. IF IT'S NEWS —. WE WANT 17 is met'the 21ft 'it'thtf Kcrffe 5 of Jearie'tte, Jofi'ri, and Marlys WicKten'dahl. " Eleven 'members answered" roll clli attd three" Vls«" itors we're present. Plans for award night Wefe made and in* stallatiorf of officers 7 wag: held! The .new officers' are''president, Karen See'gcbarth, vice president, Bbnhie Jerite, secretary,', Joan Wlchtendahl, • treasu're'r, Jackie Laabs, reporter, Jeanette Wlcti- tendahl and histdrian Joyce Berkland. " The- November meeting of the Fenton .Forwards was held at the home of Sandra and Karen Seegebarth. . Twelve answered roll call and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland-Was, a visiting mother. Jane Wichtendahl. w.as accepted as a new. member and. Marilyn 1 Alts resignation was accepted. Names were drawn for Christmas secret pals. Judy Wolter made a motion that the meetings start at 7:30 for the winter months. Jackie Laabs gave an H.F. talk THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fonton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral jyiay Be Referred Tot Us With Confidence Phones FENTON, 23 RIN6STED 21001 * " 21006 -202 U ' The school children af Boston first sang "America" on July 4, 1832 m Park Street church, Boston. Dr. Samuel Francis Smith wrote the song in half and hour on a scrap of paper. . SiCURlTY V*>1 ^JNjas- ?X.u **ftV* t S ( fc»tjS i "«»* i *&.' > « i ' ' fl :%^«t>«%,.,s S-aSill ,,:H%A '-- ' ''" ** . *'rv^5^€f - * *$M jJw Ifff* "" •» ? v "> j» T? : *; .-*ffi$. j;f" • FENTQN, IQjAj^ , FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY T4V64N Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA,,, DEERE and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ru«ke DENTIST Office Phone 7? Residence 25 Fenton, lo,wa Jhe Fenjain REPORTER Is The Only Publication Print, ed That Takes'An Interest In Panfnnl ' «' T 7 " '• * • ^^ Pentonl LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa , .1 < r *-..-,^-,._ .^ <|-r-»» "'.I' « FOR HER Clothes Hamper — $8.22 Electric Fry Pgns Greaseless __ $16.88 Mirro Electric Percolqtors __ $8.88 G. E. Steam Iron $10.88 • FOR HIM- Electric Clocks From __ $3.98 Ice Cream Freezer, 4 Qt. ___ $15.95 '/4" Elec. Drill $9.99 >w CONFIDENCE • FOR EVERYONE • Corey Electric Ignite Sharpeners Electric Cqn Openers Waller Soldering Guns Battery Chargers, 6 to 24 Volts Plyoib Carpenter's Hammer Hjpndyman Vise Insulated Underwear — Stereo Phonograph "•' AND A HO^T 9F OTHER GIFTS STOEBER HARDWARE 5ENT9N, IQWA Y««r Iflflk If Here To Serve Y«gr bank is heire t9 serve, This means not only the. mypl banking transactions — checking gccqynts, cashing checks, savings ac- cpunt» ? but sorrjf of the mere personal mattery If you hqve problems, which may need the services of 9 fcjank, we invite you to talk it ever with v§« AU deposits (n^rod to $10,000 .By fl^trel Of if fit Inivrenif Cerp, Fir sl Trail & FENTON OFFICE • • • j »•,••'" f 91*90 , Because of my health, I will hold a public auction of dairy cows,'., hogs, buildings and, equipment on my farm located 2'/j miles east of Fenton on blacktop; or, 1 mile north and 8 miles West of Burl; or, 18 miles northwest of Algona, on "" •-.*• .-•'"'.' •''' MONDAYA.M., Dec. 11 ' . '• . '. '," .-...;., - •;' ' , f-t ... 'rf- •- . - - , . . •• • SALE STARTS AT 9:30 A.M. MURPHY'S LUNCH 104 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 50 Head Of High Grade Guernsey and Holstein CQWS No. 27—Holstein Heifer, first calf, 3.5 test; No. 18—Hojsteln lieifer^ first calf, 2.9 test, lo freshen Dec. 25; No. 21—HoUiein Heifer/first calf, 3.1 test, to freshen Feb. 2; No. 2—Holstein Cow, 2nd calf, 2.6'test, Bred Oct. 31; No. 1—Holstein Cow, 2nd calf, 3.6 test', to freshen March 29; No. 20—Holstein Heifer, first calf, 3.3 test, to freshen March 15; No. 31—Holstein Heifer, first calf, 3.5 test; No. 32—Holstein Heifer, fir»l calf, 3.5 test; No. 33—Holstein Heifer, first calf, 3.6 ieit; No. 34—Holstein Heifer, first calf. 3,7 test; No. 35—Holstein Heifer, first calf, to freshen sale date; No. 24—Holstein Heifer, first calf, to freshen March 15; No. 8—Guersey Heifer, first call, ,4.6 test, to freshen Match 30; No. ?—Guernsey Heifer, first calf, 4.? test, to freshen Dec. 16; No^ 12—Guernsey Heifer. 2nd calf,; 4.8 test, to freshen Novi 17; No. 3—Guernsey Heifer, BrsiTcaU, 4.7 test', tot freshen Feb. 10; No. 28—Guernsey Heifer, first calf. 4.2 lest. Bred Nov. 3; No. 10—Guernsey Heifer,,first calf, 4.0 teft, to freshen Feb. 7; No.154- Guernsey Heifer, fir.st calf,H-S'lest, to freshen Dec. 14; No. 14—Guernsey Heifer, firtt calf, 3.3 test, <o freshen Feb. 8; No. 13—Guernsey Heifer, first calf, 34 test, to, freshen Dec. 10; No, 25J—Guernsey Heifer, first calf, 3.8, test, Bred N^y, 18; N.O. 29—G.ujwnsey Cq%, 2Qd.calf, 3.8 test. Bred Nov. 10; No. 7—Guernsey CQW, ^d'^alf, 4.3 test, |g freshen March 3; No. 5-4» Cuemsfy Cowl 4,th"caj&:"4.J )est, to freshen May 5; No. 22—Guernsey Heifer, fust cjlf, 4,1 teilt/itq'freshen March W; No. 18—Guernsey HeUef, first calf; 5.0 jest, to freshen Jan. 30; No. 6—<3uemsey Heifer, first call, 4.8 test, to freshen Feb. 8; No, 26—Guernsey Heifer, first calf, 4.7 test/ Bred Oct. 27; No, 23 J7 -Gwernsey Heifer, first calf, 3.9 test to freshen Aprf " " " ~ " " fiisjl calf, 4.1 test, to freshen Jan, 2; No 30^ 4.8 i«t. Bred Nov. 18; No, 36— Guernsey March 3, No, 37,-Guerosey Heifer, Brefl JETR calf, to :er*. 8 months old, calfhopd vaccinated) Twin "itths, old, cjOfnogd vaccinated and openi Ono, - 1J - 341 —^vaccJnaltd, FPW HoUfein H»lf«?fe fc . ,„ ,...„ ., -.,.,-. ,...,_ - wwl op«nj Thrto YewUng H«lr ' (teers; Two HoWein Heifer Calves: Qne/Guernsey Heifer calf; ?urebred Hereford gull, 2 years old, out of Christenson's Herd. "l?d hai M jYwaae of 4,fl twU Cfiingtete {fM><4f furnished day of ,, w HEAD QF HAMPSHIRE HOGS v»r ir-rtSnpshJjre GUIS, put ' Hemp Soar gepi, 16. Thfff aHt» ar» purebred, but no psperi;: BWU.WN.Q8r., fli»42 * MHflft House ^ g,}n, floor, double l for el«eferts«y>'i» nj*^jBte-|2 x }6 Brooder Houiei. TWP 16 Hog Housw, Qn« S X 18 Hog Houw, plank «ear. I T FO x -12 Hewse, plank Iteoj. 6x8 Bnofar H»Wf«. ' steel 40-bu. Hog Water Twilw wijh Trougnl. fhr«e IQ-ft, Hag MiLKWQ EQUIPMSNT -

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