At Jensens Mrs.-Henry Looft was a guest. - Tonsilitls Siege Kathleen Crowley, student at be Lyles Beauty Academy, Fairmont, has spent several days at borne due to a siege of tonsilitis. •-* The Seneca Stars 4-H Club held their March meeting at the Russel Jensen home with Cheryl Jetison as hostess. The meeting was called to order by the president, Jolleen Mueller. Jill Jensen reported on her research on finding a camera which the" club might purchase for club pictures: Andrea Stefanski and Audrey Bergum reported on the activities of Algofta 4-H Day. Plans were madit to hold a public card party after Easter, April 28 being-set as a tentative date. Committees were appointed to make the necessary arrangements. Linda Kracht talked on choosing suitable pictures and Becky Jensen illustrated the formal and informal grouping of pictures. Cheryl Jensen demonstrated the proper way to hang pictures. Linda Kracht gave an illustrated talk on "My Dream House". '-Artdrea Stefanski demonstrated the proper choice of selection of mats to harmonize with various pictures. ; Mrs. Art Bergum and Mrs. Robert Fortney distributed tentative fair lists and briefly discussed articles which the girls could make. Aid Meeting Mrs. Martin Wilberg arid Mrs, John Johannesen were hostesses; to, the Blakjer Lutheran Church Women at their meeting held Thursday afternoon at the church parlors. Mrs. August Nelson had charge of the devotions and the Bible study was presented by Mrs. Elmer Krause. World Missions was presented by Mrs. Qaylord Olsen, assisted by Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mrs. Menry Jensen, Mrs; Curtis Olsen, Mrs. Amey Cherland, and Tilda Johannesen. Miss Tilda Johanne' sen of Fairmont was a guest. At Fentow Club Meeting Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and Mrs. Ted Jensen attended the Town and Country Womens Club meeting Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Charles Feye at Fenton. Mrs. Jensen had a part in the days program, presenting a book report. Mr and Mrs. Ole Pedersen were Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Mitchell home at Fenton. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, on the wedding anniversary of the Morrir Mitchells. . ; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wilberg and family v of Estherville were unday dinner guests at the tin Wilbergs. Mf. alid MM. Marlm Wegehef nteftained in honor of their aughter, Debbie's third birthday. Guests included the Clarence tegeners and the Weber Yagers of *eiitdh. Debbie was also honored Sunday afternoon when the ma- ernal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Srnest Mueller of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Pompe and child- en .spent the afternoon at the Wegener home. Mrs. Bertha Pommer of Algontt and Mr. and, Mrs. Gerrit DeWaard of Wesley were Sunday dinne.- guests of the Henry Loofts. Mr and Mrs. Looft and their guests attended the Golden Wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Looft of Armstrong that afternoon. Other Senecans attending included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crowley and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson, daughters, Darlene, Margery and Marilyn. Mrs. Johnson Is Club's Hostess FOR TRUE LOVELINESS! • Pcrmancnts • Hair Color • Hair Styling • Damaged Hair • Hair Trims Treatments LAEL'S BEAUTY SHOP -' Phdrie 99 — Fenton, Iowa Fenton — The Fenton Womens Club met at the home of Mrs. E K. Johnson with Mrs. Clayton Bits- worth assisting hostess , on Tuesday, March 2pth. Mrs. Homer Matthiesen conducted -the businesi meeting and plans were discussec for their guest day. Roll call was answered by members present tell ing of an experience on "moving day". Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber gave i travelogue and showed slides o her trip to Florida and Bimini Island taken in January and also showed some unusual shells from Florida. Mrs. Jessie Newel was >\ guest. Hantelmans Back From Far West Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Martin rlantelman returned home Tuesday rom a four week southwestern vacation. They visited in Phoenix, Arizona with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Lufkin, Mr. and Mrs. Art Cody and Mr. and Mrs. Don Gross, all former area residents. They attended the Iowa Picnic in Phoenix and saw numerous .other acquaintances. They visited Mr. Hantelman's cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hantelman in Tucson, Ariz In Los Angeles, Calif., they were guests of Mrs. Hantelman's sisters Mrs. Tillie Walker and Erna Meyer. Their sightseeing included a stop at the Redwood Forest.' Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler, Dr and Mrs E. W. Ruske and Mr and Mrs Harold Wehrspan helped Mr artc Mrs George Murphy celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary with a surprise- party- Saturday arch id, Sunday evening, March it of Mr and Mrs William Mflftf n were Mr and Mrs Harry 1 Hadle, Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn and Mr;'and Mrs Lowell Haugen. Dr. E. W. Ruske attendedhan Iowa Lakes Dental Study Club meeting Saturday at Garner. Lynn Ruske, Madtsan, Wisconsin, visited over the weekend with his parents, Dr. and Mrs fi. W< Ruske. Miss Ruby Hantelman, Los Angeles, has been visiting her sistets and brothers and their families in and near Fenton the past several weeks. Sisters are Mrs John Wmte and Mrs Olaf Norland, brothers Arnold Hantelman and Eldon Hantelman. Mr and Mrs Larry Gade and Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki were Saturday evening, March 10 guests in the Roger Radig home in Lone Rock. The occasion was a birthday celebration for Gade and Radig. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Roger Potratz, Alta, la. and Mr and Mrs Richard Fotratz and Nancy Ann, Estherville. A potlu'ck family dinner was held at the home of Mr and Mrs Art Krause in honor of Mr and Mrs Alfred Schmidt, Boron, Calif. Sunday, March 11. Guests were Mr and Mrs Paul Van Dyke and Mr and Mrs Otto Berzins and family, Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family, Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Richard Henge, Amboy, Minn., Mr and Mrs DerwOod Volgt, Mr and Mrs Larry Alt and Mar* ilyn, Mr and Mrs Stanley Berkland and Tania, Mr and Mrs Herbert Krause and family, Mr and»Mrs Robert Krause, and family, Mr and Mrs Darrel Dreyer and family, Mrs E. H. Dreyer, Herbie Krause, Cedar Falls, Lynn Kerber and Candace Vaudt. Mr and Mrs Richard Hewgel, Amboy, Minn, visited several days this week with their daugter and family, Mr and Mrs! Derwood Voigt. Mrs E. H. Dreyer accompanied the Hengels to Des Moines Friday where they visited with Mr and Mrs Art Hengel. Mrs Dryer left Des Moines by bus for a trip to Arizona and California. Mr and Mrs Alvin Zumach, Lakeview and Gary Zumach were last weekend guests of Mr and Mrs John Theesfield. Sunday dinner guests of the Theesfields were the Zumachs, Mrs Lena Zumach and Mr and Mrs Floyd Tdrgelson and Larry of Bode. Mr and Mrs Duane Nelson and Lanny Lee, Armstrong were Saturday evening, March 10 visitors at the John Theesfields. SPRING The Denison Carlyle Monument Co. in Denison has a spring which has recently appeared in the display lot of the firm. The spring has been seeping merrily away and requires two pipes going to keep from overflowing above ground. OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Uiher fu«day, March 27, 1961 Algeria (la.) Upp«r B* Moln*~S The American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday for an all-day rag sew at the home of Mrs Richard Kinseth. Mrs Caroline "Grandma" Telford was taken to Mercy hospital Fort Dodge, Wednesday. Mrs Roy Telford has been stranded away from her home because of the deep snow in their lane. She left home Monday to go to Ottosen, during which time the snow filled up the lane again. She stayed at the home of her son, Mr and Mrs Dean Telford for three nights and Thursday night she stayed at the home of her sister, the Edward Zlnnels. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and Terry were Friday evening supper guests at the Carlisle Halsrud home. They celebrated Larry Halsrud's nineteenth birthday. Mr and Mrs Earl Long were Wednesday evening supper guests at the Arnold Bratland home at Humboldt and Friday evening supper guests at the Donald Lange home at Ayrshire. Commissions are not paid on arguments won, but on sales made. .tM.FM.Om. MlrmeopolU 1 very Mwett - finest In hospital try , food and tervlc* . Completely atr-condltlonad rooms and suites with FREETVandiadto. Heated Swfmmlna Pool In garden setting. Holiday Dining Room - Coffee Shop. Near Metropolitan SradtuM and otiport - only minutes to downtown Mlrmeapoit* and St.faul. Banquet - Meeting Facilities far w> to 300, 12 Free ftonet TUcedo 8-7911 TWXMP754 W. $. IntontoM *>4 & 34* Avenue Sow* MINNEAPOLIS "'"""OTA PUTS SUNSHINE IN YOUR/WASHDAY Westinghouse AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC For 10 Days Only Rusk Drug & Jewelry Offers riAMEUSS WESTINGHOUSB 'DIRECT AiRFlow SYSTEM ELECTRIC CLOTHES-DBYIN<I WHV-W ' tfffglwt-diytogl fester, cooler and more ' eir is blown directly into tha tumbling clotbee. Safe fiw. (01 fabrics,* Trade-ins and easy term** Generous installation aUow&ncea for our customers,' "c. *, l=Kf m OWA MIC •am WMEZ on DIAMONDS - WATCHES - CAMERAS to clear our stocks and prepare for new merchandise! mfWWVWWWWIAIWWWMWtAMWWWWWWVWWMWWWMWWM VWWWWWWWWIAA <UUUUUUWMUUUWU ^ UUUM ^^ * Sale Began Thursday-Ends March 311 DIAMONDS You've heard of Diamond Sales Before and the Big Bargains You Are Offered! Well, Even In These Sales, The Dealer Makes a Profit Over Cost ... The Diamonds We Are Offering Are At Our WHOLESALE PRICE' This is a rare opportunity for you to SAVE on diamonds . . . in any jewelry sale you've heard about thus far, the low prices always include a profit for the dealer . . . such is not the case now at Rusk's . . . OUR PRICES ARE EXACTLY AT OUR COST , . .nowhere could you buy a diamond any cheaper ... so for Christmas, for an impending birthday or special event, SAVE NOW AT RUSK'S IN ALGONA . , . this opportunity will never again be repeated. CAMERAS 20% OFF On All Cameras and Projectors in Our Store! * * * * Used Cameras Priced from >10°° to 100°° WITH FULL YEAR NEW GUARANTEE! WATCHES 20<7oOFF-AII L Wyler Watches 1 in stock! j This big sale continues into our watch department too ... these Wyler watches are fresh g new stock — the latest styles ... but as a cus- ^ fomer bonus, we are cutting every watch by a |= FULL 20% . . .buy now for graduation, for in Christmas, for any special event coming up . . =sj THAT 20% SAVINGS IS JUST LIKE MONEY |j IN THE BANK! I| 53 * * * * H JUST 5 MEN'S GIRARD- jj PERREGAUX WATCHES | AT OUR COST! I RUSK DRUG &JE "TWO REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU"
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