The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1954 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 30, 1954
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\ , MRS. ARDETH HALV6RSON N«w» Editor J November 30, 19.54 Published By The Upper Des Molnei Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa • Fenton P,T, A: To Have Talks, Conservation FonlOft-The December meeting of the Fenton Parent Teachers Association will • meet Tuesday evening Dec. 7. Mr and Mrs Hilbert Bierstedt, chairmen; Mr and Mrs Walter Bierstedt, and Mr and Mrs William Miller are in chtirge, of the program. There Will be two guests speakers from the Soil Conservation office and community singing will be enjoyed, . Serving on the refreshment committee will be Mesdames Mervin Priebe, chairman; Martin Ohm Donald" Root, Ray'Priebe, Alvih Potratz, Herbert Potratz, Walter Peril, Olaf Norland, Jessie Newel, John Munch, Roelf Miller; Albert Meyer, , Willard Menz, Don Berkland and Dick Janssen. Surprise Birthday Parly Mrs Clarence Menz assisted by Mrs Willard Menz entertained at a.surprise birthday party for Mrs John Menz, the members of her Sunday School Class, they are Mrs Floyd Duncan, Mrs Carrie Voigt, Mrs fy F. Laabs, Mrs John Waite, 'Mrs Elmer, Weisbrod^rs Carl Kern, Mrs Mary C. HatlBgn, 'Mrs Ed 'Schlei, Mrs Earl Dean, and Mrs John Light. 'The group •presented her with a Bible. Other guests ere Mrs Art Voigt, Mrs Roy Chrischillea and Mr and Mrs Will Ddmeck arid, William Vb'igti Dinner Parly Honors, •:, A dinner and party honoring "Donna Salisbury, was held Sunday at the Fentori* Comfnunity; Center. Those present 'were Mr and Mra Albert Harms of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Dick Hovey, Mr antt Mrs Joe Hertz and Roy 1 Hertz ',qt Rolfe, Mrs Olive Hansen, Mr ana Mrs Fred Mortenson and family,. Donna Mae and Donald Hansen, Marvel Hansen, Raymond Walker, Leonard Hanseh and Marilyn Richardson. In the afternoon,the group' was favored with ac- .cordian selections by Kenley and Jenene Zwiefel and Becky Householder. A New 1 Daughter v . . ; » Mr and Mrs Emrriet Slaven.a're. the ;• parents 0f a 'daughter born Sunday, Nbv.'2l at the Holy Fam'-" ly hospital. She weighed 7. lb. 6 oz. and lias been named Eileen Margaret. / , ' Town 8c Country Women •* The Town and Country woman's club held' their November meeting with Mrs John Struecker with Mrs Jack Gerhart assisting hostess. There .were' nineteen, members and -a guest, Mrs 'Cal- vin Vaudt present;,-- ' Curing "the business meeting," the members voted'to contribute $2.00 to the -Retarded Children of Kossuth Co.' Tbwels hemmed by , the Blind .Women of Iowa were ordered; Members are each giving a-fSOc'i contribution at the December meeting Which will go tb the Woodward hospital. They are doing' this in place of the .usual gift 'exchange.' , *; The next meeting .is to be.held Monday ey^riing, December 13. 'Mrs Don Shaw was in charger of the* musidyThe group 'sang the hymn of the 'inonth Faith of Our Fathers. Mrs William Harttel- man, in charge of the program gave a report on Hannah of the Bible. She also conducted a game. Mr and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth had as their Thanksgiving Day dinner guests, Mr and Mrs Wallace Brown,' Ronald and David of Gruver, Mrs William'Williams of Cedar Falls. Supper guests Were Reba Ditsworth and Dwight Maldment' of Estherville. Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigl and James Richard spent the Thanksgiving Day weekend with Fenton relatives and friends. Mr Voigt is attending school at Iowa State arid Mrs Voigt is teaching near Ames. Mr and Mrs Oscar Berkland and family 'and Mr and Mrs Andrew Berkland visited in the Raymond Berkland home in Mason City last Sunday. QUITTING BUSINESS ^^B' ' I' * * ' r NEWEL HARDWARE AND FURNITURE STORE *' *. *- * FENTON, SOWA * * *> * Hurry! Hurry! Follow the crowds to the Greatest Sale Ever Held In This Community! ^ Yes, Folks! It's the sale everybody is talking about! Bargains . . . Bargains . . . and we mean Bargains. Remember, every article in this Hugh stock must be sold and sold quickly. Buy it now and save as you will never save again. HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS AS WELL AS FURNITURE ALL PAINT — NOW. %. PRICE OF REGULAR PRICE! 8 inch, Reg. $1.25 value - , now only WALTER WARE FRYING PAN ea. 6-cup, Reg, $1.12 value out they go fi fa ^ WALKER WARE SAUCE PAM .1 ea. OUC 4-pjece, Reg, $1.60 value yours for fefaf* CANNISTER SETS set OUC Regular 69e value . now only Q fn PYREX LOAF PANS... ...: ea. OOG • • Regular 54c value each now ^ •• RUBBER STAIR TREADS .-.,. ea. ^OC For your bathroom walls, Reg. 59c yd. now only g* fa CONGO WALL per yd. OUC Nairn Gold Seal, Reg. 89c qt. now M fa SELF-POLISHING FLOOR WAX .. qt. *HIC P.r!00 4 ft PIG RINGS., now only IUC Nc. IQ and 12 s now GALVANIZED SMOOTH WIRE lb. Heavy steel round, Reg. $1.70 out they go JAMESWAY HOG PANS..,.........' ea, For ypur window cleqnipg, Reg. 18c rt««fc 8 oz. SPRAY BRITE ea. BO OIL BURNING TANK HEATERS, Out they go - ect. S14 In Today and Every Pgy Ai,NewBargains Will Appear Pajly Newel Hdwe. & Furniture Store I, IOWA Santa Coming ToFenfonOn F.enton—Santa Claus will visit Fenton, Saturday, Dec. 4, with treats for all the kids and a free show offered for one and all. , • , '• The , Fenion Community ;•••• Club announces that Santa •, will reach Fenion about 1 ot ', . It30 p.m. and will distribute * treats 16 all children present .».' at, the theatre, and a free ' ; movie program will get ' underway at 2 p.m. in the '', Fenion Theatre. i; The movie program will "I include "Kiddie Carnival" and cartoon comedies. ; After the show, Santa Claus has promised to visit Fenton stores and will have other treats for those who missed him earlier in the day. ( , Fenlpn's Christmas street decorations' are slated to go up this week, also, so everything will be in a festive 'mood for Santa's arrival. Neighbors Lend Corn Picking Aid Fenion — A group of friend^ came in recently and picked corn] for Mrs Josephine Woodwick and* her son Leonard. The help was*, extended at the time of . their bereavement in the death of their^ son and brother, LuWayne Wood-, wick of Elmqre, Minn. ,-i Those helping pick corn were Ervin , Ruhnke, Robert Mitchell; Will Miller, Art Mathers, Bill DeWall, Edwin Uthof, George. Murphy, Ed Reimers, and Harold' Wehrspann. A group of ladies' gathered at the Robert Mitchell, home and helped prepare dinner' for the group. -Besides Mrs,, Mitchell, they were Mrs Miller, Mrs Wehrspann and Mrs Murphy.; Mrs Woodwick and Leonard are very grateful to all of those' who helped in this good deed. • Mr and Mrs Webber -Yager, Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and boys,' Mr and Mrs Marlin Wegener and; Mr and Mrs Charles tfey.e and' girls were Thanksgiving day din-J ner ,and supper guests in the Clar^ ence'Wegener home. £. Mr and Mrs Merwin Riddel, and family of Ringsted were dinner guests Thanksgiving day in the parental Walter Widdel home. Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel and family of Armstrong were evening visitors. % • ; . . Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Dale Weisbrod home were Mr and Mrs Lyla Weisbrod and boys, Mr and Mrs Derwood Voigt and son, Mr and- Mrs Dale Voigt and son, Mr and Mrs Art Voigt, and Mr and Mrs Charles Weis- orod. Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt entertained at dinner and supper Thanksgiving day, Mr. and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman, Eunice and Paul, William Voigt, Lois and Peggy, Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and girls -and Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys. Mr and Mrs Martin anielman and Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn were Thanksgiving Day guests in the Ted Meier home at Whittemore. v • Mrs Jessie Newel and Beth Ann, Mr and Mrs Frank Beline' and Janet and Miss Agnes Goetsch were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mrs R. C. Goetsch. Mrs Tnelma Anderson and< Sharon spent Thanksgiving Day with Mrs Anderson's sister and family, the Roy Waltmans at Ceylon, Minn. Mrs Rita Eigler and Mr and Mrs George Murphy and son Jon were dinner guests Thapksgiving Day in the Paul Eigler home. Mr and Mrs Bert Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Art Cody and family and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Cody and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Mclvin Berkland home. St. Luke's circle will meet earlier then usual for their Decem-- ber meeting. Members are asked to please note that this will be Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 8, with Mrs J. Wallace Smith with Mrs Sarah Weisbrod assisting hostess. THOMAS and PETERSEN FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Effibalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral* May Be Referred To Uf With Confidence 100 Mr and Mrs ,Roy Chrischilles entertained Mr and Mrs George Murphy, Mr and Mrs Harold Wehrspann, Mr and Mrs Marold Schlei, Mr and Mrs Grady' Weiner, Mr and Mrs Willard Menz and Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder at a 500 party Friday oven- ing. Mrs Grady Weiner and Henry Schroeder received high prize. Mrs Willard Menz and George 1 Murphy, low; Harold Wehrspann received travel. Junior High .students who made the Honor Roll for the 2nd 6 weeks which ended Nov. 19 were Pamela 'Wisbrod, E.valort Schlei,. Norma Larsen, Janet Behne, Judy Weiner, Judy Juhl and Frank Cannon. Mr and Mrs P. H. Jensen, Mr and Mrs G. "E. Griffith of Des Moines arid Mr and Mrs Mac O'Connell of Hartford, Conn, were last Sunday guests of Dr and Mrs A. W. Krause of Cherokee. Mrs Gerhart Hanielman will be hostess to the local Legion' Auxiliary In her home Friday afternoon, Dec. 10. Mr and Mrs Dean Nellis oi Fort Dodge and Mrs Amanda Kern were Sunday dinner guests in the Clarence Yager home. Mr Mrs Lloyd Kern and family were afternoon visitors and supper guests. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Mr and,Mrs Morris.Mitchell were Thanksgiving Day guests in the Chester Skaar home at Primghar. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family of Lone Rock, Mr and' Mrs Henry Tiejnan and Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman and Terry were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Art Tietz home at Lakota, Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Carl Beck home at Cylinder Were Mr and Mrs Wilfred Bierstedt, Mr and Mrs Lyle Haack, Mr and rMs Roger Long, Mr and Mr% Hilbert Bierstedt and family, and Mr and Mrs Herman Haack. following the Sunday evening meeting of the Methodist Youtn Fellowship, the group went to the John Munch home where they surprised Jackie Munch in honor of his birthday. They enjoyed playing various games, after which Mrs Munch served refreshments. Present were Beth Ann Newel, Jan Stoeber, Lucia Poh- aska, Lois Voigt, John Eigler, Larry Menz, Ivan Weisbrod, Marian Boevers, Sharon Klein, Jeanne England, Roger Menz, Alan Helland, Richard Stucki, Pamela Weisbrod, Ruth Miller and Janet Behne. .Also Rev. C. C. Calla- hah who accompanied the group and Mr and Mrs E. C. Weisbrod Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller and t Ruth were Thursday evening •visitors of Ben' and Louise Mil CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends for so much help during our sorrow. We appreciate it very much. Ervin Ruhnke, Robert Mitchell, Will Miller, Art Mathers, Bill DeWall, Edwin Uthof, George Murphy, Ed Reimers, Harold Wehrspann. Thanks to the ladies that served 'dinner to these men. Mrs Mitchell, Mrs Miller, Mrs Wehrspann and Mrs Murphy. Mrs Josephine Woodwick and Leonard 48 FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent VyEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bun. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling' PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST i Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repairs FENTON, IA. Good Food Good Coffee HOME CAFE •s//s/s/s////s////s/ss//s////s////////rss/r/s/sssssssssM Fenton, Iowa .•; •' i Presents Its Before Christmas Babies cmd Children National Photo Contest EVERYONE WELCOME Children up to 13 years of age eligible CASH PRIZES Winners to Be Judged on Personality and Expression Only FIRST PRIZE $250 |N CASH SECOND PRIZE _._ $100 IN CASH THIRD PRIZE _'__ $ 50 IN CASH 10 Additional, Prizes Totaling f ..L $100 IN CASH Entry Blank and Rules Given at Time of Sitting ENTRY FEE SOc PER CHILD No Other Charges ONE PICTURE GIVEN EACH ENTRANT REMEMBER this is not a beauty contest- Only personality and expression will be judged. Your child has as good a chance as any to win. Full set of PROOFS shown. A well-known child photographer will be on hand so don't mi$s being there. ONE DAY ONLY STORI-A, H. Krause TOWN - Fenton, Iowa DATE - Wednesday, Dec, 8th TIM! -10 a, m, to i p, m, r//MV//M'/M'////M'/y//^^^ ler at Woden. Mr and Mrs Carrol Wander and son Philip of Bloomington, 111. were Thanksgiving guests of Mr and Mrs" Charles Martin of Linden. Carrol and Philip were at the Phil 'Wander home from Thursday evening to Saturday. Mrs Wander remaining at Linden for a longer slay with her parents, Mr and Mrs Martin, They will return to their home in Bloomington, Monday. Mr and Mrs George Jeriiz, and Marilyn, Mjs Art Mueller and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family were Thanksg'iying Day guests in the Harvey Higlcy home in Fairmont. Marilyn Jeniz who is attending Iowa State College in Ames spent her Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs George Jentz. Mr and Mrs Philip Brause of Casper, Wyo., were Sunday visitors in the Phil Wander home on their way to eastern Iowa to visit their parents Mrs John Rowland and Mr and Mrs David Brause at West Union. You Can STILL GIVE A Christmas Gift For YOUR HOME Added room in basement or attic. Built in storage conveniences. Work Saver Modern Kitchen. Panelled Walls - Acoustical Tiled Ceilings. Other Improvements of your choosings. COME IN FOR YO^JR -FREE GIFT CARD TODAY. Write your Gift Message on it. Put It under your Tree. Begin work at your convenience after the Holidays. Pay on our convenient Time Purchase Terms. BUILDING MATERIALS, PLANS & SERVICES FENTON, IOWA - - » Frank Behne, Mgr. ,j Phone 8 sfi fifl fin flfl^ mm wl m VH •Mi A WITH TWO BATTERIES \ . In albocliT* gilt box. Ideal gilt lor dad or brother. Beautifully finished, sparkling caie with handy bang-up ring. A very practical gilt. Genuine Leather BIllFOXDS $«.«» and '3 Pint Tax Full itzo, dp or non-zip and one-piece itilchleu lypu. S«e them. Noreteo, Double Head Electric Shaver With t»ath*r travel cai* $ 24 ,95 Givei barber-clou jhavea without any pull, nicla ox burni. A unooth •have evorytime! Perfect gUI (or dad. Steel Blade 6-FT. TAPE RUtE Eaoy-to-road black numbers on a white blade. Blade la rigid yet llexibt* enough (or measuring angles. Gilt boxed. 98 2-Cell FLASHLIGHT Push*pull ring switch around entire flashlight. PolUhed metal case. Batteries not included. Unbreakable—Gift Boxtd Head and handle are forged 4 in one piece. Genuine leather *i waiher handle. .65 Cocktail SMOKEBf B .i«. Beige or maroon colors. Givo him this chair side convenience for year 'round enjoyment. PORTA-FILE nuMC Prelects your valuable S^P.95 papers. ^B Heavy gauge steel case with lock and two keys. Has indexed filing folders. Keep your valuable document; *a(o and handy in (bis all ileel cabinet V*" DRIU SET | filack & Decker $ Regular S34.95 29 .95 A bandy tool chest with electric drill, sanding disks, wire brush, polishing buUcr. paint mixer and tevon drills. The electric drill has hundreds of uses. I Stoeber Hardware FENTON, IOWA OUR OUJN HAHOlMftRI

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