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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 7, 1954
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4-AIeona (la.) Upper Des Molnes " ' eembM 7, 19S4 Two Lone Rock Groups Xmas Parties, Dec. 9 Lflne Rook—Two P.W.O. circles will hold their Christmas party meetings Thursday afternoon, Dec. 9 at the following homes: The-Myrtle circle will meet at the Delmar Fischer home with Mrs Alfred Schultz and Mrs Mulda Schulti assisting. Gifts Will be brought to fill a Christmas box for local use. The Millie circle will meet at the E. M. Jensen home with a pot luck lunch. Gifts will be brought for the county home. The Frances circle will meet Thursday afternoon, Dec. 16 at the church parlors with Mrs H. A. Blanchard. KTrs Clarence Martin, Mrs Don Blanchard, Mrs Will Christenson as hostesses. They will hold a gift exchange. The Lone Rock P.W.O. met Thursday afternoon a't the church parlors with Mrs Fred Genrich, •Mrs Fred Dransfeldt, Mrs "Albert Shaser, Mrs Blaine Saxton, Mrs Arthur Person and Mrs A. D. Fortney as hostesses. There were 38 members present. The meeting was opened by the vice president, Mrs L. A. Newbrough. Rev C. E. Nordine read scripture and led in prayer. The dish committee, Mrs Merton Larson, Mrs F. Flaig firtd Mrs Jl M: Blanchard Jr., ga've' a report. A letter was read from the Treasurer of Pres- bylerial "giving the PWO credit for tjfife $50 award honoring Mrs A. "Ai ffi-Ueger. Mrs Ronald ChriStcnson read a thank you letter from the missionaries that the Christmas box was sent to. Rev Nordine took charge of the installation -of new officers,- Mrs R6nald Chrislehson, president, Mrs Milton Madison, 1st vice president, Mrs Lawrence Rath, 2nd vice president, Mrs Raymond Bierle, Mrs L. V. Johnson, and Clarence Kraft circle leaders, and the recognition of the retiring officers, Mrs E. A. Lee, president, Mrs L. A. Newbrough, 1st.vice president, Mrs A. A. Krueger, 2nd vice president, Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom, Mrs Will Christenson, Mrs Art Priebe as circle leaders. Remaining officers were recognized, Mrs J. M. Blanchard, Jr. as treasurer, Mrs Merton Larson as titheing secretary, Mrs R. Hurlburt as secretary. Mrs Delmar Fischer recognized the new members, Mrs C. E. Nordine, Mrs Clarence Martin, and Mrs Don Blanchard, and presented them with a gift. Mrs Ronald Christenson had charge'of the lesson. Mrs Milton Madison and Mrs Clarence Kraft assisted her. Birthday Honors Mr and Mrs Edw. Blanchard MAKE YOUR PLANS FOR THE NEW YEAR COME TRUE WE INVITE YOU TO USE OUR SERVICES IN COMPLETING PLANS FOR: A New Home — New Money Making Farm Buildings — Added Room In Your Present Home — A More Convenient Kitchen — Brighter More Attractive - Rooms — Panelled Walls — New Ceilings — Labor Saving Remodeled Farm Buildings. : • ' • , . • • .« ASK FOR THE PRICE OF ALL NEEDED MATERIALS AS A PACKAGE AND SAVE MONEY YARDS TIME PORCHASt PLAN BUILDING MATERIALS, PLANS & SERVICES FENTON, IOWA Frank Behne, Mgr. Phone 8 and Delbert, Jr. and Mrs Carl Peterson were Monday evening guests at the Edw. Ohm home in honor of his birthday. Auxiliary Parly The American Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday afternoon for a regular monthly meeting and Christmas party; $2 was donated for the Christmas seals and $10 was sent to the Veterans gift shop. A Christmas exchange was held. Lunch was served to 30 members and 12 children by the hostesses, Mrs Fred Genrich, Mrs H. W. Harfman, Mrs Eldin Marlow, Mrs Fred Dransfeldt, Mrs Bob Binzen, Mrs Norbert Thilges, Mrs Selma Hammerstrom. Pot Luck Dinner Mr and Mrs' Ronald Christenson entertained at a 7:30 o'clock pot luck dinner at their home Monday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs J. M. Blanchard Jr., Mr and Mrs Merton Larson, Mr and Mrs Jim Larson, Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz, Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen. 500 was played with Mrs J. M. Blanchard Jr. and Jim Larson winning high prizes and Mrs Jim Larson and Merton Larson winning low prizes ano Jim Larson winning travel prize. Birthday Honors Mrs Clarence Kraft entertained the following at a birthday party in honor of Mrs Woodrow Pettit Wednesday evening: Mrs Hildreth Pettit, Mrs Wm. Fischer of Fenton, Mrs Woodrow Pettit, Mrs H. A. Blanchard, Mrs Erich Seegebarth, Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs Ronald Christenson, and Mrs E. A. Lee. Hearts was played with Mrs H. Blanchard winning high and Mrs Wm. Fischer -winning low. Churches Plan Pre Christmas Events, Fenton FenJcn—Many Christmas programs and activities are being planned for the coming days. A special program of Christmas music will be presented Sunday evening Dec. 12 at the Methodist church. The public is cordially, invited to this concert. The Junior and primary Christmas Tree party will ,be held at the Methodist church Dec. 11 and then Dec. 19 the Sunday School Christmas program will be presented. Dec. 20 will be the Youth Division Christmas party. Dec. 24. the Youth Fellowship service of Carols and Candle-lighting will be presented. Children of St. John's Lutheran day school and the Sunday school will go caroling Thursday evening Dec. 16. Following the caroling, tRey will enjoy a party in the church parlors. The Walther | League will be caroling Monday 1 evening Dec. 20 and will have a par-ty at the Everett Dreyer home. The Christmas program will be presented Christmas Eve. St. Luke's Lutheran • Church will hayfe their Christmas program Christmas Eve. Blakjer Lutheran church at Seneca will have their program Thursday evenine Dec. 23. >,. A special Christmas program will be presented Tuesday evening, Dec. 21 at the Fenton school. Coming Evenfs Wednesday, Dec. 8 — Fenton Farm Bureau. Thursday, D~ec. 9—Depew Fellowship circle; Fjiendly Neigh-, bors; Matthew circle. Friday, Dec. 10—Legion' Auxiliary. Sunday, Dec. 12 — Concert of Christmas music at Methodist church. Monday, Dec/ 13 — American Legion. Tuesday, Dec. 14—Fenton woman's club; St. Luke's circle. Wednesday, Dec. 15—St. John's circle. A Student Teacher 'Fenton—Richard Loolt, Luther college junior front Fenton, la.. nas completed three weeks, of secondary student teaching at the Decorah High School. He taught bookkeeping and eighth grade — Electric CORN POPPER Handy, too. lor 4 _ ._ healing loads, *£&'" Pytex cover. Ti Central Eltctric STEAM IRON Converts from cteam ircn to dry iron. Pciltcl gift item. lit table. Xmas Wrapping > for ail GIFTS No Extra Charge Automatic TOASTER '16 .95 Sparkling cruom* finish. Toast pops up when done— light medium or daifc. Genera! Electric TOASTER Famous G-E toaster — a •treamliaed btauly. Com* pltttly automatic op«ratioa. Attractive BOUDOIR LAMP 9AA5 Old time lamp gone modern. Hand-painled china bcuw. r«d plaid shade. TT Pin-Up LAMPS Iiy designs on baa. and l-hade. Perfect lo brishten up tho*e dark spots. Genera! ElecMc PORTABLE MIXER Wei;V Uss than Ikrce pound:! Carries lo (yjy mixing job in the kilchen. Has 2 boalcrs. £p«ed regulator, cosy-holding bandit. A piaclicaj gift. Mr and Mrs Adolph Pert! of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft and Judy spent Monday evening at the Rose KrSft home helping her celebrate Her birthday. Mr and Mrs Jim Walker of Algona, Mrs Rose Kraft, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft and Judy and Roscoe Schultz and Sharon of Milwaukee, Wis. were Tuesday evening supper guests at the Fred'k Schultz home in honor of Dawn's 10th birthday. Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder, Mrs Howard McChesney of Van Nuys, Calif., and Alton Pettit took Mrs Dale Earing to Des Moines to catch a plane to her home in Shell Beach, Calif. Thursday they visited Mrs Cecil Seegebarth' and Mr and Mrs Gus Fischer. Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt and Mrs Gene Blanchard attended the funeral of Mrs Leansagh at Al~ gona Tuesday afternoon. Frank Flaig attended a John .Deere Dealer's convention in Des Moines Thursday. Lorenz Geitzenauer attendee a meeting in Ft. Dodgy on Friday. Mrs Emma Hurlburt spent Wednesday afternoon at the Dak Schroeder home. She and 'hci family, Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser, the Clinton Rath family, Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder, spent Wednesday evening at the Lawrence Rath home celebrating Mrs Rath's birthday. Mrs Ed Allers of Spirit Lake spent Wednesday evening at the Naomi Marlow home. 20 Named On Honor Roll *"n«o n — Fonton hi eh school students named on the honor roll .or me second six-week period were Joan Gushing, Donald Mienke, Larry Sorenson, Joan Wegener, Roger Frink, Gienni-, Finnestad, Marlys Jentz, Beth Ann Newel, JoAr.n Sundc, Joyce Voigt, Wayne Gross, Eugenc Lieb, Patty Beckley, John Eigler, Sharon Eigler. Alan Holland. Janice Jent/., Larry Root, Lois Voij>t and Donna Zu:n;icb. Receiving honorable mention were Janr-l Theesfield, Alvina Miller, Ivan Weisbrod and Nancy Wiener. Junior High students named on the honor roll were Pamela Weisbrod. Evalon Schkji, Nonna Larsen, Janet Behne. Judy Wiener, Judy Juhl and Frank Cannon. FOR SALE — FILES, NEW, steel, letter sizes, two, three and four drawer, with or without locks, suspension type, high quality — and reasonable.. Ready for immediately delivery. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. office supplv dept., Algona. tiq West Bend 8-Cup PERCOLATOR Automatic Opeiation Bre ws cotice automatically and keeps it hot. Polis . 6 lo 6 cups. 11 Stoeber Hardware FiNTON, IOWA OUR OWN HARDWARE 1 THOMAS and PETEESEN FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service ,-• Funerals May Be Referred To Us ' With Confidence Ringsted 109 100 A St. Luke's Aid Xmas Party " Fenlon—St. Luke's Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon with Mr? Carl Beck and Mrs Lloyd Berkland hostesses. Guests were Mrs Henry Mansager, Mrs Bob Grethen, ; Mrs Allen of Cylinder, Mrs Truman Thompson, Mrs Roger Long, Mrs Herman Haack, Mrs •Lyle Haack. , /The secret pals exchanged Christmas gifts. Names/for pals were drawn for next year. A short program in charge of Mrs Ernest Votteler, Mrs Paul Voigt and Mrs Arnold Hantelman was presented. . Rev and Mrs Krueger were each presented with a gift from the Aid. QUITTING BUSINESS SALE Sale Stil! On and Will Continue Daily Until Everything Is Sold Come In Daily As New Bargains Appear Daily ALL REGULAR BOLTS - ' 20c PER LB. NEWEL Fenlon; Iowa Read The Want Ads-It Paysl Better Buys At Bailey's! XMAS ~~ Ass.. Package In Cello of Calif, figs, Dates', Nuts, Glace Fruits - 1 Lb. Reg. Price $1.98 Special.. $1.79 PEANUT BRITTLE Lb.29c , FULL LINE XMAS GIFTS "& TOYS SHURFRESH OLEOMARGARINE, 2 IBs, . .45c BRIARDALE CQCOANUT, 8oz. pkg. ..25c WHOLE KERNEL (12 oz. cans) * NIBLET CORN, 2 cans. . ,.37c 17 02. CANS McFALL & RUSGH PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING ' "We Sell Install or Service" FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES PHONE 120 or 111 FENTON SREIN GIANT PEAS, 2 cans 41c QUAKER BRAND , 48 oz. pkg......37c NO. 2'/a CANS JLIBBY'S PUMPKIN, 2 cans ...35c ARMOUR'S SKINLESS' WEINERS Lb. 34c ARMOUR'S BOILED HAM Lb. 95c 15* OFF • ^^ ON LARGE JAI MW Instant MAXWELL HOUSE Coffee 1.70 FOR r LIMITED TIME DON'T FORGET TO STOP IN SATURDAY, DEC. 11 FOR YOUR ANNUAL FREE CHRISTMAS GIFT. AND REGISTER FOR OUR SPECIAL FREE FRIZES! BRIARDALE IN FENTON Store •GROCERIES — DRY GOODS — TOYS MEATS • 5 FOOT •.. as accessories offer ffie FACT! THIS "Line-Up" of VILLAINS ARE SUSPECTED OF MINING CLOTHES AND OF ABUSING HOUSEWIVES 21B Y ES! These "bad actors" have really made washday miserable for housewives. But you can end their villainy in a hurry . . . make washday easy. _Put a wonderful automatic clothes dryer in their place . , . and sentence them to oblivion for life! 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