The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1957 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 3, 1957
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4-Alsona (!o.) Upptr Dei Moines Thursday, Jan. 3, 1957 Patricia O'Donnell Bride At Bancroft On Dec. 29 Bancroft—Miss Pali ICK-I O'iVn- Jlt:il, fi.uitilllci eJ JUr ;,!> i .vl i .- He;naiU v' iJonneli, urcai. c i:u bi uie of Kiciuuu Krapp, suii a Mr a:ul Alls Al.ulm Ki.ipp, in a IT; en i. my pel loaned in bt. JonnV Cmnvn »<uuritay, Dee-. 2U. iu-v. J. 11. Scliultus outdated at lin \\ (Hilling. i all u ;a, given in marriage by her tatner, was buiUtuui in a M''^n ni white. Her gown w,-,.- iiimr lengta and was ot w;utt luce aiiu net over satin, i IH b-.'Uuv i.l liie t,ov\n wa.s aisu iii W.nlc iiici; llL'i. a)Ul Utr S.I_L\I. were t''lit.;. Her \x.i \\ a.- w..i.i net lu'iu in pance up-<n iu:r n>ai. by a lilted down, biie ia;iuu a onuquel of led roses and wmu carnations. '.1 ne brine was attended by hei sister Helen O'Dumieil as malron ot iiuiior and 1'nyilis UDonneii, ;. cousin. Tilt: gins wore identical goun> of green and pink respectively ana wore puiuox haus to niaich. i hey wore wiiite giovet and carried bouquets of wmtt carnations. t lie groom was attended by his brother Edmund Kiapp anu Larry Willieinu. Usneis \veix Eugene Flaig. cousin ot tne briue and Gordon Hutchinson, friena of the couple. A dinner and reception were held at the i j lanta- lion in Whittemore following tne ceremony. Dennis Menke, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Menke was a patient at Rochester where he underwent surgeiy. Denny is a junior al bt. John's and is very active in sports of all kinds. Don Welp, Mfltp Johnson and Bill Duddihg left 'Thursday tor Pasadena, Calif, by plane. They will attend the Hose Bowl ana do some s,ight seeing. Mr Kucty Fangman and Miss Barbara Fritzlcr left this week for a three week trip in the western states. They plan to visit with Eugene Eaitzler and the Clav Gilmorcs dflPasadena, Calif. While at Pasadefta they will attend the Rose Bowl. Peggy and Dorotl|y Merron, daugnters of Mr and Mrs George FRI.. JAN. 4 FRANK BUHR And His Ramblers SAT:. JAN. sth " JULES HERMAN And His Orchestra "SAT.r JAN. 26th THE DIAMONDS Keith Killinger & Orch. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMOHE, IOWA _____________ * Friday, Jan. 4 THE SKMTERS Sunday, Jan. 6 DON HOY Friday, Jan. 11 VIKINGS Sunday, Jan. 13 BOB CALAME Friday, Jan. 18 Jolly Lumberjacks No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 MOTOR REPAIRS M. .'. "'l\. \\ iii i ni: 1 ;:; :; t ,-.-.::• I 1. . I i V ' \ I i t J> i ' • i I Vi li ^ lit ill. ."V .' il I . - ,~ (iii,., in ^Vit,v<ii<i. t.Mii-iiiu jvii.'iiM, nau^iiii r 01 An aiM ivirs Jviiipa All m\e uimi-i- .\elli stli.ui.'Jy Xv evines.ia.v m iSi. .iliil IV-sjiuai tin !iiL j leiifaxiii u. in. i luiisji.-. ;\lr nm'l Airs \'/aiier .Klsheekt . al'e I'.IL' pai'tHts ni a u,.U;,i..'.i o-nii jiiUisn.iy DLCC:HI>I r ^o ail HIS t •:•!'.•, ;,.,Klf 1C CiIlliC ill .-V.f.. >li. ilr: i . , • Ui ^ r\-. : .> iiciV^ 1 iiiit.f l -i.iv .u.ii.i^iiie..- anu ll.i .-'.>.i.--. Church Program Presented At Lone Rock, 23rd p. al <:.•>() p.m. L-: ot Ljiii.n.n nil i e Li^IId JIUCK - if, i- i'lt-.-rryiei mil L'hUiC.-i i is t_.ii i.sdiuis pri'gr evening, OLC. 2, "iue 1 nree Li A as, tne tint- ol ,<tllilllg UiC pl c,. .-V. i<eo, buiaitiy SCIMOI supi., jiiuy i\tw orougn, Uaruara iViai- .oxv, Duwii biciiuil;:, .nunei i\iD- ome, and primary antt beginner^ class. busan Montgomery, Craig Blanhard, tne junior eiajs aiut primary class. »Naney 1- iscln.'i'. eliuir, and i-'rayer aiivi Benvuicuon b> Kev. C. H,. Norctine. i'.luMc wa.s piovit.'ed by Ml':; Donaid Blanchard and Donna Blaneharu. large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Service Motors Available Emergency Use PRATT ElfCTRICCO. Fenton News Guests al Ihe Elmer Krause h ":ic lor a Christmas dinner on .'• i -lui.iy writ 1 Mr ,'ini.i M;s (,'arl •. . : '.1 ,...ii . .::;ii!\ if AI irinca- i • -. ,\ii ,:;tii \li s O. T. Cm 1 ... i. .'.ii ,-'i>:i Mi- 1 A: rn/y L'r.i ri;iiic ,.•; ' ;.-.;• •>. Mr ;i;ni Mrs ,iu!i;iti i' •... i.,rv .iiv.i laim'y, Mr ami ;-ii :• } : .ii;.-. i...--;ii; < f U.-kiht ;J, Mr:- r.liiii ( lututsid anil Mr aiul Mi> ii. A. H... irk uf Burl. Mr and Mrs Eimer Krause and family and Mrs Kih-n Cherland ui'>t> eve IUD.U dinner guests in !!'.!• L'.inn home at Goid- lic;ii mi C'hn.-Uina.s day. Afternoon callers in Ihe Clay- Ion Dit.-woi tii homo hist Sunday •>vi-ic Mr and Mrs Philip Hewitt ,i'iu ihuitfnUT Laura Kay of Great Lakes, III. ;;nd Mrs WaJiace Brown •>i CiruvtT. The Eilen Circle of the WSCS !•; id tlu.'ir Christina;; party in 'in-' lioni'.' of .Mis Gerald Gnch- riuHir. llo,s!cs-os were Mesdames Karl Crouch, Wilfred Stoeber, J. Yv. Smith, Claienro Osborn, Jack ' i< rh'irt. Dun SIMW and Myron Spi'tv. Gii"; is i>f the Circle were .".iiY- H'js-i-il Jensen and Mrs Hurvey Walker. Mrs Jack McFal; \\ as in charge of the prayer ser- vne. Mrs Gin-honour lead tht Ciirislinas story. The icmaining program included short recita- lioiK ci' both stories and pueius. Christmas Day dinner guests in the Clayton Ditsworth homo were Mr and Mrs Wallace Brown, Ronald nnd Rose Marie of Gruver, Reba Ditsworth of Esthcr- ville, Luclla Newel of Chicago and Mrs Earl Dean. Mr and Mrs George Jeniz and Marilyn and Mr and Mrs Mcrvin lent/, and family were Christmas Day dinner guests in the Gerald Jent/. home. Marilyn Jentz, a student at Iowa Slate, has spent the Holidays with her parents. 170 , la. Mr and Mrs Francis I oley ol Burlington, ta. and their son Coipural Jerry 1'oicy spent the Christmas holidays at the Wayne; j-yncii and \Vniartl lnomps>on homes. Jeny is in tne iVLu mes arid lias recently been stationed in Japan. Guests over the Christm;is holidays at tne Jus. e biancharc) home were; Mr and Mrs H. K. i iJrown and David Drown who ro- nijy relurnCvi liuin a lour ol duty in the South I'acitic aU;>ard he U.S.S. Lexingioii. Sunday evening coflee guests at the Blanchard home alter the Christmas program were Mr and Mrs Drown and David, Mrs. Maude tJlanchard and Air and Airs Donald Blanchard and family. Air ami Mrs John Zala/nik entertained the following at dinner recently at the Johnson House in Algona. Mr and Mib W. G. Flaig, Mr and Mrs Erich Seogebarth, J\'ir and Mrs James L,ong, Mr and Mrs Harley McFarland, Mr and Mrs Harold W oilers and Mr and Mrs Let- Kumus. Ihe group prc'Si/iiU-d Mr and Mrs Zala/nik with a gut and afterwards they visited at the Zalaznik home. Mrs Buleah Gammelgaard of Sibley arrived Sunday for a visit at the Leslie Johnson home over the Christmas holidays. Marjorie Hou'ck, student at Iowa State College at Ames, spent Christmas vacation with htr p" 1 "- ents the Don Houcks. Margaret Fischer, daughter of the Dennai Fischers, attending school at Cedar Falls also visited for tin- holidays. Mrs Leo Ramus has returned home after receiving surgery at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mr and Mrs Leon Marlow spent the Christmas holidays at the parental Wm. Kading and Eldon Marlow homes. Mr and Mrs Frank Richards and girls of Fort Dodge made a Christmas visit with the M. O. Richards. Ralph Richards also spent the weeend at home. Mr and Mrs Orville Deardrof and family of Yale, Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen and Jamie Jo were recent dinner guests at the Roger Jensen home. Mr pnd Mrs John Schallin entertained at Christmas dinner and -supper with the following present: Mr and Mrs Donald Radig and family, Mr and Mrs Bill Boettcher, Mrs Marie'Dreyer, Larry and Janice, Mr and Mrs Delond Bolte and family, Mr and Mrs Monte Hiatte, Clara Gremmels, Mr and Mrs Herman liintz, and Mr and Mrs Maynard NemiU. Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson attended a surprise anniversary party in Armstrong at the Jentz Madson home. Verdabell T.homsen of Dallas, Texas, daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomson spent t h c Christinas holidays with her parents. Mrs Paul Thacker, Paul and Kirk of Rock Rapids spent a day at the Gerald liadig homo. Lust weekend Mr and Mrs Radig visited in Omaha with Rev. and Mrs Alton Schwandt and family and also with Eugene Radig who i« employed there. Patricia and Nadine McCleish spent the weekend at Armstrong at the Clareni-o Wo is home. The McCleish family \verc- also guc'sU in Bancroft at the Glenn McCleish home, recently. Mr and Mrs Phil Garry of luwii City, Mr and Mrs Hugh Walsh were recent suppi-r gut-sts at the Bernard O'Donnull home. Coming Events Thursday, Jan. 3 •— Fairvillt Ladies Aid; Woman's Society ol Christian Service. Tuesday, Jan. ti — P.T.A.; Fenton Woman's Club. Thursday, Jan. 10 — Bertha' Circle, Gladys C*iivK', Depew Fellowship Circle, Friendly Neighbor Club. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAtfT IT • Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps went to Fort Dodge Thursday. Mrs Phelps' mother, Mrs Minnie Sperring, returned with them to spend the Christmas holidays. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch, Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch and girls attended a party al Livennore Friday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs Forbus Stillz* twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Mrs Stiltz is the former Myrtle Fitch. Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorl came 'from Des Moines Saturday morning' to spend the Christmas holidays at the Henry Radmaker and Donald Ringsdorl homes. Mi- and Mrs Donald Ringsdort and Barbara, Mr and Mrs Gene Hingsdorf and Mr and Mrs Lee Braylon of Rochester, Minn had an ; early Christmas dinner Sunday at the Bill Woltz home : in Bu'rt. Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga drove from their home in Illinois to Tilonka to spend the Christmas holidays at the Phelps and Krominga homes. They were Sunday guests al the Phelps ho me. Mr and Mrs Andrew Miller and family of Fairfax spent Sunday afternoon visiting the Victor Fitch home. Mrs Herbert Nelson, Linda and Kevin went to Forest City Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque of Ames spent Friday night at the Clifford Young home and left Saturday morning for Iron River, Mich, where they spent Christinas with Mrs Bisque's mother. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch and girls, Mr and Mrs George Hix, Mr and Mrs Arthur Hix and family, Mr arid Mrs Timer Harms and family and Bea Leeck were Sunday guests at an oyster supper, an early Christmas Eve and also in honor of Mr and Mrs George Hix' forty-ninth wedding anniversary. • Christmas Eve guests in the Bernard and Charles Phelps home were Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Phelps and son and Mrs Minnie Sperririg. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Donald Michaelsen and family and Mrs Mary Michaelsen spent Christmas Eve and had a gift exchange in the Neal Michaelsen home. Mr and Mrs George Harms and Donna Jean of Redfield, So. Dak. were Monday guests at the P. W. Marlow home;. Mrs Harms is u sister of Mr Marlow. Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf and Barbara, Mr and Mrs Gene llingsdorf, Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf and Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf were Christmas guests at the Brink Shipler home by Swea City. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Ehvood Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Verle Nelson and family and Mr and Mrs Lowell Jaspers and family of Carpenter were Christman Day guests at the Henry Nelson homo m Tilonka. Mr and Mrs C. L. Young and Bruce were Christmas Day guest.s at the Fern Drone home at Algona. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and family were Christinas Day guests at the Lawrence Presthus home and Christmas Day supper guests at the Richard Brislow home at Lu Verne. Mr and Mrs Clifford Young attended the Kain family Christmas dinner and party Thursday evening, Dee, 27, u't the Plantation al Whittemore. "Many folks place their worries in God's hands—and thru want to help Him carry them." Host of Holiday Visits For Fenton Area Folks PONY TRIP Th.» C. 1). Wundel family "of Maquuketa k'l't un u trip to Florida hist month, taking along six little Khothmd ponies which they planned tu *dl a^ Cluutaiu'j Canton — Christmas Day guests of Mrs Kate Wegetier of Algona were Mr and Mrs E. K. Johnson, Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener, Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and family, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and family, Mr and Mrs Charles Feye and family, Mr and Mrs Marlin Weggnef and Mr and Mrs Forrest Haiirtifan and Barbara of Dysart. Mr and Mr* Gerald Gochenour and family were Christmas Day guests in the home of Mrs Rose Gochenour of Humboldt for a family dinner. In the evening they were guests of Mrs J. R. Delle and family of Dakota City. Mr and Mrs Eugene Newel and family of Sioux Center and Mr? Dagmer Newel of Whittemore were Christmas Day guests in the Arnold Hanson home. Christmas Day guests in the Eldon Hantelman home were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hantelman and family of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Arnold Hantelman and family, Mr and Mrs Olaf Norland and family, Dr. and Mrs John Waite and family, Frank Humphrey, Mr and Mrs Everett Klocko of Mason City, JoAnn Wagner, and Don Strayer. Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman, Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Art Tietz of Lakota were Christmas day dinner guests in the Jack Tieman home at Burl. Mr and Mrs Frank McFall spent Christmas with the Herbert Weiske family and T. O. McFalls at Cedar Rapids. Evening dinner guests on Christmas Day in the John Thees- tield home were Mr and Mrs Floyd Torkelson and sons of Bode, Mr and Mrs Earl Theesfield and Mr and Mrs Marshal Swanson and son Lonnie of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Alvin Zumach and Gary and Mrs Lena Zumach. > Mr and Mrs P. H. Jensen entertained at dinner Christmas Eve, Dr. and Mrs Perry Jensen and family of George, la. Ted Jensen and J. H. Jensen. Dr. and Mrs Jensen and family also spent Christmas Day in the parental Jensen home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener and Mr and Mrs Marlin Wegener were guests in the Charles Feye home Christmas Eve for a family Christmas party. Mr and Mrs Dave Newel and Curt of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer were dinner guests Christmas Day in the L. J. Weisbrod home. This made the 30th consecutive Christmas that Mrs Newel has spent with her grandparents. Mr and Mrs Forrest Hanifan and Barbara of Dysart spent the holidays in the parental E. K. Johnson home. Mr and Mrs Charles Theesfield, Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman and Mrs Lena Zumach were Thursday evening dinner guests in the Jojin Theesfield home. Mr and Mrs Paul Schaffer and family were Christmas Day guests in the Albert Schwarzcnbach home. Mr and Mrs Warren Jones and family spent the Holidays with relatives at Palo, Iowa. Mr and Mrs Ed Schlei enler- tained at a Christmas dinner on Sunday, Dec. 23. Mr and Mrs Mar old Schlei and Stephen and Mr and Mrs Elwin Schlei and girls. Mr and Mrs Gerald Schmidt and Roger, Mrs 01ga Huskamp, and Mr and Mrs Adolph Hansen and Lyle were last Sunday evening dinner guests in the Clarence Arbogast home. Reba Ditsworth of Estherville was a guest from Saturday evening to Thursday in the Clayton Ditsworth home. Miss Luclla Newel of Chicago arrived last Sunday for a week's visit in the Ditsworth home. Mr and Mrs Otto Ohm and Mr and Mi~s '£$$1 Warner were Christmas Day guests in the Martin Ohm -home.* Mrs Carrie Odin and Beverly and Virgil Payne : of Estherville and Mr and Mrs l?aul Cornelius and Ray were Clirislmas Day guests in the Lloyd Cornelius home at Graettiager. Ray Cornelius, a student at the University, has spent the Holidays with his parents. He will return to Iowa City the 6th. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Brown. Steven and Nancy of Des Moines were Saturday dinner guests in the Clayton Ditsworth home. Christmas Pay Dinner guests in the Eugene uuskamp home were Ml' aiid: Mrs Homer Huskamp and, Neil and Mrs Walter Russ of Bnlt; Mr and Mrs Clarence Arbogast and Adrian, Mr and Mis Gerajd gahmidt and Roger, Mrs Carrie Voigt, and Mrs Olga Huskamp. : Mrs Amanda Kern entertained at a Christmas dinner last Sun' day Mr and Mrs Pean Nellis .of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Meivin Kern and family, Opal Kern, Mr and Mrs Delmer Kern and girls all of Algona, Mr and Mrs Derwood Kern and girls of Esther* ville, Walter Weisbrod of Good Hope, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family and Mr and Mrs Clar- ciH'e Yager and boys. Dr. and Mrs John Waits 9}. tended funeral services for Dr. Waite's uncle, V. H. Clark of Emmet.shurg on Monday, Dec. 24. Mr Clark was 33 years old. Mr and Mrs Kenneih Halverson, Merle and Barbara were Christmas Eve dinner guests in the Henry Wilberg home. Mr and Mrs Darol Underwood and Stevie and Mr and Mrs Clarence Underwood were dinnei guests, Thursday in the Richard Underwood home. Mrs Camella McCullough and family of Garner, Mr and Mrs Paul Eifiler and Judy and Mrs Retta Eigler were Christmas Day dinner guests in the Georgt Murphy home. Mr and Mrs Herman Gade returned home Friday evening aftei spending the Christmas Hoiidays- with the Lester Gade family in Chicago. Judy Eigler spent from Wednesday to Friday evening with her sister Sharon at Rochester. Both girls returned home Friday evening and Sharon visited here until Tuesday of this week. Mr and Mrs Carl Carlsen and family of Minneapolis visited with the Elmer Kyause family and other relatives in this vicinity from Friday until Tuesday of last week. Wendell Rusch was a winner of a Wingard TV antenna on the last weekly contest sponsored by the Wingard TV company. Wayne Alderson was a winner in an earlier contest. Both men entered the contest at the local Wingard dealer, The Fenton Drug Co. Mr and Mrs Hans Baago were guests in the Roland Reimann home at Clarion for a family dinner on Christmas Day. Mr and Mrs Howard Fuller and family of New Providence were also guests. Marvin Bellinger of Ft. Chaffee, Ark., Floyd Bollinger of Eyanston, 111. and Miss Ann Stienke of Chicago were Christmas Holiday guests in the Allen Bollinger home. Marvin will report back to Ft. Chaffee on New Years Day. Mrs Oliver Stoeber, Bill, Susan and Steven were callers in the Bollinger home on Christmas Day. Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler and Judy took a basket dinner and spent the afternoon and evening with Mr and Mrs John Kohlwes on Christmas Day. Mr and Mrs Ervin Krause and Loren and Mr and Mrs Elmer Krause and Sharon attended the wedding of a nephew, Gerald Krause, at Eagle Grove last Thursday evening. Christmas Eve guests in the Dale' Weisbrod home were Mr and Mrs Charles Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs-Derwood Voigt and son of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt and family and Mr and Mrs Art Voigt. Christmas Day guests in the R. F. Laabs home were Mr and Mrs Clifford Haase and Karen of Algona, Mr and Mrs Delond Bolte and family, Mr and Mrs Virgil Wolfe and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs and Diane, and Mr and Mrs Fred Mortensen and family. The Wilfred Laabs family were unable to attend because of illness, but were visitors Wednesday in the R. F. Laabs home. Mr and Mrs .Henry Wilberg, Vernon and Dennis attended a family gathering and Christmas dinner at the Harry Bonnicksen home in Armstrong on Wednesday evening. Lorie and .lanelle Voigt, daughters of Mr and Mrs Arlo Voigt. have returned to their home at Grove City, Minn, after spending the past month with relatives at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Marold Schlei and Stephen were Christmas day dinner guests in the Ed Zwiefel home at T.'tonka. Mr and Mrs Robert Berkeland and suns Paul and Mark art spending the Holidays in the parental B. G. Berkeland home aud with other relatives in tins vicinity. Mr and Mrs Lyle Weisbrod and boys were Christmas Day guests in the parental Valclint. Eckholm home at Armstrong. Mr.- Weisbrod's brother Kenneih ol Ntw York was also a guest. Christmas Day guests in the Don Steinberger home were MIV Elsie Steinberger of Blue Earth, Minn. Clifford Steinberger and Miss Theresa Boland of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson spent Christmas Day in the Fred Hudson home in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Carl Veer Jr. and family of Adams, Minn, were Wednesday guests in the parental Roelf Miller home. Mr and Mrs Merwin Widdel and family of Ringsted and Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel, Gary and Patty were Christmas Day guests in the parental Walter Widdel home. Mr and Mrs Milton Elbert and family of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod and John Eigler were Christmas. Day guests of Mrs Sarah Weisbrod. Dinner and supper guests in the home of Mrs Andrew Berkland on Christmas day were Mr and Mrs Ernest Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Bert Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Amos Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Bennie Berkland and tamily, Mr and Mrs Clarence Floyd DUNCAN FOR INSURANCE GET TO KNOW THIS MAN YOUR INDEPENDENT PROFESSIONAL ' INSURANCE AGENT WHEN YOU BUY INSURANCE You save money by choosing an insurance program designed to fit your special needs. As an independent agent, we represent several companies, which makes ft possible for us to give you that program. Our personal service is ycnr guarantee of prompt, fair settlement of all claims. WHP5KES1 Office Over Fenion P. O. Floyd Duncan, Office Mgr. J. WALLACE SMITH INSURANCE Phone 2 — Insurance Office Phone 22 — Bank FENTON, IOWA McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING "We Sell, Install or Service' 4 FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES - BOTTLE GAS SERVICE PHONE 120 or 111 FENTON FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY , J. Wallace Smith Real Estate Broker General Insurance THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DIALER Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building , Remodellng PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Awto & Tractor Repairs. FENTON, IA. Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Oscar Bc-rkland and boys, Mr and Mrs Meivin Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Raymond Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs David Berkland and family, Mr ajid Mrs Ronnie Jergins and son of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Art Cody and Arnold and Mr and Mrs Richard Purdie and family of Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Henry SchuSte spent the Christmas Holidays wan Mr and Mrs Jacque Otto and family at DeWitt. Christmas Day guests in the Morris Mitchell home were Mr and Mrs Arnold Haller and family of Marble Rock, Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Anna Marie. Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod, Pamela and Nadine and Mr and Mrs Dale Voitft and family were guilts Christmas Day in the parental Art Voigt home. Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs and Diane, Amanda Scliutt and Car' Mortenson were last Sunday evening dinner guests in the Fred Mortenson home. Mr and Mrs Webber Yager and Mrs Amanda Kern were dinner guests in the Clarence Yager home on Christmas Day. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fentort, Iowa Expterlenced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINOSTED 21001 21006 20216 YOUR GUIDEPOST TO ALL MONEY MATTERS 11 You can feel confident that your interests will be care- fully considered and all your financial matters will be given prompt and expert attention. FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK Fenton and Armstrong Your friendship and patronage this past year has been very much appreciated. Thanks for your loyal* ty. May you have a most pleasqnt and prosperous New Year) FELCO Fenton Co-op Elevator Fred Mortensen, Mgr. FfNTQN, IQWA

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