The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1962 · Page 19
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DreyersHome From Month Of Penton — ,Mrs. E. H. fireyef re* of traveling • to the Southwest She visited 6 a numbs* of relatives and also saw ma'hy tat* mer Fenton residents, Mr. and Mrs. Rlehard Devers, phoenix, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs, Walt Ohfti and Mr. and Mrs. Verrion fc)hm .at Los Angeles, 'Mr. and Mrs, Chuck Watson, Tajunga, Calif., Mr, and BUI Danohue fit m$ Mrs. Alfred Schmidt * the "Imperial" of all * RIDING TRACTORSI * <7iWt 5 ] /2 h.p, * * WM # emperor DOES 12 YARD JOBSI $370.00 Exclusive Flex-N-Float® mowing — won't scalp your lawn. Choice of 32" 6r 26" rotary of 30" reel mower. Rear-mounted engine for better traction, stability. Many Insta- Hitch attachments, interchangeable without tools, for year 'round use on, 12 bin yard-care jobs. FROM SPRING TO FAIL JUST EASY TILLING with (yrtSi'nnA IMP i, &Hf., Mr. and Mfs. Ralph *»ng, S&ewmetttd, Mr. and 's. Mervln Prlebe'and Mfs. J. W Smith North Highlands, Calif. She also visited numerous inter- epting places, forest Lawn, '' l_.i..._ _ Jt Vt <»...< *• *• > JU . ' iEJ 1 * * $144.50 Unequalled for dependability, BetfflfmanCe . . . Juit Eiiy Till' ffig! All-Keel TURBO TINES till 24* Wide —uji to 10 InchcJ deep. Flngel-tlp torifrolJ. C6m« In —teit-tlll Atlinl JET loon. Jywood Bowl, ft,ose BowL Farmers Market, Knojts Berry Farm, "Las Vegas. Reno and In Salt Lake City visited the Mofmon Temple. In Denver, Colo, she visited a number pf relatives. One bf the unusual aspects of the trip was that the Dreyers saw President Kennedy In person at the Palm Springs „ Airport when he landed and shook hands with'Blftg Crosby. / Before returning home she vis* Ited a couple of days with her son and, family. Rdger Dreyers jn SiouX City. She was there on Palm Sunday for the baptism of her, new grandson Brent Roger who was born on March 26. The baptism was at Redeemer Lutheran church and Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer were the sponsors. ' Self Propelled & Push LAWN MOWERS 4 Models To Choose From $55.95 To $88.50 Weisbrbd Imp. Co. FENTON, IOWA FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA; DEERE and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 !• •<•••*-, >.: ; i •!•.••• f.' ' HANTELMAN 'BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or \7 Dr. E. W. Ruske Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, l«wa Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fentonl LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 . Fentqn, Iowa Team Belgian L- Mares Owned BySenecans Seneca — Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham are proud possessors of a team of Belgium mares, sorrei with silver manes and tails. Sunday afternoon they took their house guests, also their son and wjfe, the Elmer Withams, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen and Tb Be ' M>8; (la.) Upptr D« Moln*4-3 hostess to .... _ club at fief home 2d'. • ' : tn to Accounting school Roger Menz enrolled April 1 „ an IBM accounting school at tHi Gale Institute at Minneapolis.; " Progressive 4-tl Met The Seneca Progressive ers 4-H club met at the hdrftt of Roger and Richard Englam recently and 21 members answered roll. Richard England talked 'ahi Roger Jensen gave a demonstra;' tion. -Brian and Ross Johnson wl be hosts to the group on May 14, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch an(J three children spent several days last week with Mrs. Lynch'a mother, Mrs. Agnes Foley, Burlington, Enroute home they stopped at the Veterans : hospital, Des. Molnesi where they visited with Bernard Carpenter, Mr. Carpenter is manager pf the bowling alley In Bancroft. , Renn.ee Votteler, daughter 6t Mr. and Mrs. Irvin "Votteler was member of the class cpnfirmed it the St. John's Lutheran church Rickey,.and Debbie for an fashioned wagon ride. old Birthday Surprise. Henry Looft was pleasantly surprised Sunday evening on his birthday anniversary : when relatives dropped in for the evening bringing birthday refreshments with them. Enjoying the courtesy wer^e Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg,.Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen; Ricky, and Debbie, Mr. and Mrs.' John Johannesen, and Mrs. Edna Johannesen. """"SELF ^ ADHESIVE] CONTACT DECORATING FUSTIC SILICONE .TREATED. ,1 m E«si«?t to use PHONE CY 4-3535 - YOUR NEWSPAPER n Ringsted on Palm Sunday, lowing the dinner she and her parents were guests at a dinner at the home of her grandparents", Mr. and : Mrs. Ernest Votteler, Fenton. Other guests at the dinner included Mr. '--^ —-"•"'* Votteler and Annual Meeting Of Phone Co, AfLone Rock , Lone Rock — The annual meeting of the Lotie Rock Cooperative Telephone Co. was held at the Legion hall Thursday at 8:15 p.m. Kenneth Jackson was elected director. A film pertaining to the coming conversion from letter to number prefixes (Wa5 to 925) was shown. Three drawings were held. Henry Schroeder won a free installation and use of an extension phone or a period of six months. Erich and Lucille Seegebarth both won station to station long distance calls to any place in the United "Hates. Lunch was served. arid . Mrs."'. Deiond family and Mrs. DO-IT-YOURSELF Waterproof, Washable Decorating Miracle YARD Off PAPER t. API'U I 18" WKtf STOEBER HARDWARE I—- ENTER NOW) VI H n u HAPPY HOME'JACKPOT You can WIN one of 3 1962 RAMBLER AMERICAN Convertibles irha HARDWARE WEEK COHTEST fill In below »nd deposit it |hi$ irhi hardware 9 NAME. ADDRESS. CITV_ _8TATB. MY DEALERS NAME No jingles—Nothing to buy—no strings! HUNDREDS OF OTHER PRIZES DURING HARDWARE! 1 WEEK, APRIL 2(-HAT 5, 1952-YOU MAY Frieda Siems, all of Fenton. Marlene Smith, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Verl Staith was a member of the class confirmed oh Palm Sunday at the St. John's Lutheran church, Ringsted. , .• Mrs, Mae Menz and daughter, Anne, also Mrs. Margin Wilbefg and Mrs. Russell Miller attended a miscellaneous shower at the Luth' eran church at East Chain, Minn., honoring Miss Donna Larson of East Chain. Miss Larson will'-be married to Bobby Butterfield, former Senecan now living in Minncr apolis, on Saturday, April 28th at the Lutheran church, East Chain. " Mrs. Ted Jensen wuThold th> postponed Modern Mixers Club meeting at her home on Wednesday, April 25. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft were dinner guests at the home of Mri. Bertha Pommer, Algona. Other guests included Dr. and Mrs. J. J. L. Henrichsen of Ames, and Mr. arid Mrs. Gerrit DeWaard of Titonka. The dinner honored Mr. DeWaard and Mr. Looft on their bjtthday anniversaries. ^V^8kend guests of the Everett] Withams included their daughte and husband Mr. and Mrs. Pet Helmers and their son, Tony o Jefferson, S. Dak., also Mr. and Mrs. Don White of Spirit Lake Earl Crouch was a Sunday after noon caller. Sandra Gabel, daughter of the Herman Gables, has been doing practice teaching in tenth grade English in the Mason City school system. She will be spending the Easter vacation with her parents. FLASHLIGHTS BATTERIES LANTERNS 26 MODELS AND SIZES SELECT FROM OUR NEW FRQM QUR NEW PORTABLE LIGHTING CENTER 2fi«U«««ndmodelf , b«t- PORTABLE LIGHTING CENTER M£ZU/?ALL* . »«rvic«. Urw uU '/«" "> 10 ft., easy-lo-rwd Wa4i portable It's que-geared to give you easy, effortless cutting ... qnd q smooth edge. BUOIi can opener t Handy rule measures curves, around corner*, straight up. • Smooth action. $169 9 m m m m m m m l»> geqrgd for egsy cytting qnd, «4lro-long life, 50,000 HARPWARP ITIM5 AT 0U8 FIN6WTIP5 - FROM "QUR OWN" WAREHOUSE IN MINNEAPOLIS. JUST A|K U|l STOEBER Hardware IN FRIENDLY FENTON VR She Is a senior student at Iowa State Teachers College. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Looft and son Tommy of Rochester, spent part of their Easter vacation with Mrs. Looft's parents, the Elmer Horstmans, Britt, and the rest with the Henry Loofts. Mrs. Clarence Menz was pleasantly surprised on her birthday when friends dropped in and spent he afternoon. Enjoying the cour- esy were Mrs. Mary Paulson, ,one Rock, Mrs. Art Bergum, Mrs. Ray Bergum, Mrs. Iver Ber- 5um, Mrs. Wm. Petticord, Mrs. 2ecil Baldwin and Mrs. Lyle Eng- and. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bergum and family attended recent confirmation services at the St. John's Lutheran church, Ringsted. Their nephew, Richard Johnson, son of the Reuben Johnsons, was a member of the confirmation class. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pedersen were recent dinner guests of the Morris Mitchells, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis D. Olson and their children of Lone Rock were received into membership of the Blakjer Lutheran church (Seneca) recently. The family transferred from Morningside Lutheran church, Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Burt entertained at cards at their home April 8. Members of the club in attendance included Mr. and Mrs. Dougles Guerdet, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Pon Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brekke, and Mr. and Mrs. Emery Preston. High prizes were won by Mrs. Burt and Douglas Guerdet. Farewell A Hurlburt family gathering was ield at the Legion hall Sunday. Among those present were Mr. nd Mrs. Alton Hurlburt and Jonnie of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Reitma of Kanawha, Hr. and Mrs. Don Hurlburt of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Eckoff and fmaily of Kanawha, Ralph Hurlburt of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hurlburt from Lu- Verne, Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends of Lone Rock and thejr 'granddaughters, Carol and Cheryl of Burt. 'Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jacobsen of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Evert Richardson of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schroeder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Hurlburt and family, Mrs. Emma Hurlburt and Rachael and Mary, all of Lone Rock. The occasion was a farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Evert Richardson who are moving .to Arlington, Cal. • . •• ' ; Ladies Aid ' The Ladies Aid of Immanuel Lutheran church at Letts Creek met Apr. 13 in the church parlors with a guest day. Rev. Ve'hling led devotions. Committees reported on the progress made toward the Father-Son. Banquet to be held April 24 at'7. p.m. The Aid will purchase a guest book for the church. The members are asked to save coupons and tradint stamps for the Bethesada Luther ari.<Home. Mrs. Edwin Wichten dank'and Mrs. Wilmer Wichten dahl are on the flower committe 'for April. Mrs. Richard Kuecke showed movies of their trip i California and the Rose Bow parade. Hostesses were Mrs. Arl Zumach, Mrs. Roy Bierle, Mrs Kenneth Bellinger, and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tigges and family were Sunday dinner arid supper guests at the Gene Tigges home, Graettinger. Sunday dinner guests at the Ray uardner home were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gardner and sons of Spirit ake; 'rom Eugene Mankato Gardner, home State Teachers Prizes During Hardware f entan -r- A whole host of po tretian Prizes are be- by member stores of Jftdepeodent Retail Hardware- men 0f America, of which the Bwd.wpre of Fenton is a Thj fQjj awards are three Ram- c 8ftVWlJWes. All anyone has o is to register at an IRHA Store, like Stoeber's, no jingles or gimmicks to write, and nothing to College, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry McGregor of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson and 'amily returned last Saturday night from a ten-day trip to Cal- fornia where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Arden Nelson and Carla at Escondido. On the way home, hey stopped at the home of Mrs. kelson's sister, Mrs. James McColley at Wichita, Kansas. Susan Montgomery spent the faster holidays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hall M. Bates at iliami, Fla. Susan and two friends lew to Chicago and then by jet rom Chicago to Miami. They re- urned by car by way of New Orleans in order to do some sightseeing. Mrs. Earl Bowman of Algona spent Thur.sday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roger Radig. Mr. and Mrs. Harjan Blanchard and Jonathan went to Woodward Sunday to help their daughter Patty celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tollner and Amy visited Wednesday night and Thursday at the parents! Eldin Marlow home. They left Thursday night for Sioux City where they will spend the rest of their Easter vacation with Jerry's family. He }s attending the University of Iowa at Iowa City. Mrs. Angus CpJton returned, hpnie Tuesday from St. Ann hospital in Algona. She had been staying there for about ten days because she had no housekeeper a.t home to help her. Shirley Kis,sner of Loqe Rock has accepted the. position of housekeeper. Mrs. George Long of Bettendorf is presently spending two weeks at (He home of her daughter, Mrs. Jerry Wibben. Mrs. Wibben is now in the Algona hospital suffering from a kidney ailment and Mrs. Long is caring for her new granddaughter, Pebbie Kay- Mr- and, Mrs- Jerry Wake of Fenton were visitors Sunday at the Louie Householder home- Mr. an4 Mrs- Fred Schmidt visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Schmidt at Duluth, buy. Be sure and register, the [Minn, this weekend. They return- stnahano gyggggj, 6d hom£ Monday. Don't Feel "All Washed Up!"... r . .. 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