The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1955 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1955
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MRS, ARDETH HALVERSON N«w< Editor July 28,1955 (•ubllthed By Th« Upper 00i Molri«* Publishing Cd.i Algono, Iowa Stork Has Busy Time In Fenton; Makes Four Calls Fenlon — Mr and Mrs Frank Seeley are the proud parents ol a 5 lb. 4 oz. daughter born July 2,9 nt the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville. She has been named Jeanne Marie, Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt are the proud parents of a 8 lb. 7 oz. daughter born July 26 at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. She has been named Lucinda Jane. Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs arc the parents of a 8 lb. 14 oz. daughter born July 30 at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. She has been named Diana Mary. Mr and Mrs Clarence Thilges arc the proud parents of a 0 lb. 5 oz. boy born July 21 at St. Ann hospital at Algona. He has been named Allan James. William Jeniz Jr. and Roger Dreyer of the Fenton Progressives 4-H Club were delegates at the Agricultural Extension Service, ' Iowa State College, Ames, Friday. They accompanied other 4-H Club boys and Bob Johnson of Algona, youth director, to a very interesting Livestock Judging Workout at the College. Mrs Richard Schiliz and girls returned to their home in Lonj, Beach, Calif, after spending the past five weeks in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs E. J. Frank. Mr Schiltz was here the first two weeks. Mr and Mrs George Jentz ana Mi- and Mrs Mark Simmons of Fairmont, Minn, left last week to visit relatives in Niagara, N. D. While there they also visited with Rev. and Mrs Win. Friedrich who just moved there. From there they went to Winnepeg, Canada sight-seeing thru the Lake of the Woods returning home by St. Paul, Minn. Mr and Mrs Dean Nellis of Fl. Dodge visited in the home ol Amanda Kern Sunday. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family and Mrs Clarence Yager and boys. Mr and Mrs Melvin Kern of Algona and Mrs Amanda Kern were Sunday callers at the Lloyd Kern home. Mr and Mrs Carl Ostrom ana nephews, Gene and Tommy Ostrom of Glen wood, Minn., were guests in the Jorgenson home last Friday and Saturday, Mrs George M. Jorgenson, who had been vacationing In GlenWood, came with them. Mr and Mrs Leonard Ostrom of Duluth, Minn, visited over the weekend in the George Jorgenson home. Mr and Mrs Donald Shaw and family and Mrs Richard Schiltz and girls of Long Beach, Calif, spent last weekend in the home of the ladies' sister, Mr and Mrs Robert Johunsen of Minneapolis. Sunday dinner guests at Iho Robert Wegener home were Mrs O. J. Bensen, Linda and Wanda of Morris, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Marlyn Wegener and sons of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Norman Wegener and son Steven, of Cylinder and Mrs Elizabeth Baas of Whittemore. Kathleen Bellinger returned tiome Sunday from a two week's vacation at the home of Mr and VIrs Donald Guerber of Hillsboro, Oregon. Bessie Bellinger re- nained for another week. Mr and Mrs Art Mueller visited Wednesday evening at the lome of Mr and Mrs Bennie Berkand and family. Mrs Donald Shaw and Mrs E. 5 New Homes This Year Going Up In Lone Rock Yes! We Have Free Delivery of FELCO FEEDS in Ton Lots. ^ Also Free Delivery on Bulk FELCO FEED j -* Save $12 to $15 perton Be Your Own Salesman and Earn On Your Own Feed Also Truck Delivery on Bulk Ground Feed FENTON CO-OP. ELEV. "Where You Trade With Yourself" STOEBER HARDWARE Six utensils in one ... use as a 5-quail Double Boiler or a 3-quotl Covered Sauce Pan. The Stainless steel insert is an open baking dish, table Server, refrigerator dish or mixing bowl. Tops (of cereals, sauces and baby foods. Another mernt** of the copper-clad stainless steel Revere Wdf» Family — the World's Finest Utensils, B.LUSTRATED: Rwere Ware 9 at Double Boiler. A.-j^Ue in T*/ : . pt and 1'/_ qt $10.95 $9.95 $7.75 WE CARRY A COMPUTE STOCK OF REVERE WARE J. Frank entertained a group of adies in honor of Mrs Richard Schiltz and girls of Long Beach, ^alif. Those attending were Mrs 'ete Schiltz and Mrs Henry Grad- ;enett of Bancroft. Mesdames E. K. Johnson, Charles Newel, E. C. Weisbrod, Lyle Newel and family, Calvin Vaudt and family, Richard McCarty and boys of Hartley. Mrs W. W. Jolley visited her mother, Mrs Eva Zimmerman at Des Moines Sunday. Billy, who had spent the past month there, returned home. Mr and Mrs John Kohlwes, Mr and Mrs Ewold Kohlwes and family and Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler enjoyed a picnic supper at the Ewald Kohlwes home at Blue Earth Friday evening. Judy Eigler, who had spent the past week there returned home. Mr and Mrs Parker Smith and family o^ Plainfield, Iowa were Sunday visitors at the Walt Pertl home. Bonnie returned home with the Smiths for a two week's vacation. Mr and Mrs Allan Bellinger drove to Boone Saturday morning to meet Kathleen who with Bessie Bellinger left for Hillsboro two weeks ago to visit the Donald Guerber home. Bessie remained for a longer visit. Mrs Guerber is the former Lois Bellinger. While in Boone the Bol- lingers visited briefly in • the Ruth Williams home and then drove to Des Moines and visited until Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs L. C. Pitman and Kathy, Mrs Pitman is the former Eldcra Hengel. Miss Ruth Wegener and Lyndon Wegener spent from Tuesday to Friday at Morris, Minn, visiting their sister, Mrs O. J. Benson and family. Mrs Beni-on and daughters Linda and Wanda, returned home with them for a few days visit at the Robert Wcjgenor home. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Holdorf ol Algona were Sunday evening visitors at the Walt Widdel home. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Sloeber and Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber are attending the Hardware conven- t'on at Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs John Kohlwes, Mrs Ailin KuhKyes and children and Mrs Paul Eigler visited Thursday with Mrs Rebecca Wichman ot Spenjor. Judy Jolley returned home after spending a week at the home (if her pen pal Mary Dell Holisky of Two Harbors, Minn. The W.S.C.S. of Ihe Methodist Church will meet Thursday, Aug. 4. Hostesses will be Mrs Phil Wander, Mrs E. C. Weisbrod, Mr.-, Ed Schlei and Mrs J. A. Schwartz. Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz .spent the weekend at the J. W. Schwartz home at Ames. Mr and Mrs Henry Edward Stifdman and family of Sioux City visited Friday at the H. C. Lindsay home. Mr and Mrs H. C. Lindsay took their daughter, Mrs Bernice No'-th to Fairmont Saturday where she will visit her aunt, Mrs Emma Umu.stdd. She wi! return to Fen- tun before leaving for her home at Fontuna, Calif. Mr and Mrs Ronald Smith and family of Denver, Calo. have be«-n visiting at the Walt Pertl luiine. Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and Valaine and Mr and Mrs Delond Rolte and family are visiting at tin; home of Mr and Mrs Charles Waltdin and family at Dos Moines. Mr and Mrs Herbert Wieske and family of Cedar Rapids'are vacationing at the Frank McFall home. Lone Hoek—This community has a number of hew houses being built this year, on the west i|nd of town. Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen are building a two bedroom house, and expect to be in this fall. Mr and Mrs George B. Long are building a three bedroom home over the basement house they have occupied for several years. They expect to be in by September. Mr and Mrs Jim Larson recently moved a house into town on the south end and when completed will be a three bedroom home, and they expect :o be in by the last of the month. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Jackson are building a new home in the north end of town which will also be .a three bedroom home and they expect to be in by Novem- bed. Everett Householder Is also having a new home being built in the west end of town. Lively Rockets 4-H The regular meeting of the HOLE IN ONE Goiter Bill Bowles scored a hole-in-one at the Indianola Country Club recently. The first motion picture theater was opened in Los Angeles, Cal. FOR SALE Combine or Baler Motor V-E4 Wisconsin Engine Completely Overhauled Will Sell Cheap! Don's Phillips' Phone 157 Fenton, Iow» Lone Rock Rockets was held Wednesday, July 20th, at the home of Nancy and Margaret FischeK Each girl told what they are making for Achievement Day. It was decided to have a pot luck lunch for Achievement Day. The meeting was then adjourned and Eileen Binzen gave a talk on use of right accessories. Bingo was played for entertainment and lunch was then served. Dr. "and Mrs Russell Christenson, daughters Mildred and Ann Marie of Phoenix, Ariz., enroute to Cleveland, Ohio, to visit his parents, Mr and Mrs W. J. Christenson, spent over nite Wednesday with Mrs Amanda Pettit and family. Dixie Dallman of Algona visited last week at the Marlin Bausman home. Mrs W. J. Cotton spent Monday in Estherville visiting with Miss Margaret Schloeman. Garry Haack has been visiting with the Merwin Marlows and Wm. Schraders of Dolliver. Mrs Frank Flaig called Thursday evening at St. Ann hospital on Mrs Thelma Anderson. Mr and Mrs Richard Burgraff of Mason City spent Tuesday at the Don Houck home. Mr and Mrs Don Moore of Phoenix, Ariz., were guests Thursday evening at the Donald Kading, Marlow Jr. home. Darlene Long, Judy Janice Zumach spent four days at Okoboji last week vacationing. Mrs Roger Long accompanied them as chaperon. Mr-told Mrs Clarence Kraft and Judy -called Tuesday evening at the Marold Schlei home in Fenton. - ' Mr and Mrs C. E. Householder, Mr and Mrs Ralph Reidel called. Wednesday evening at the Walter Reidel home. Mrs Mary Bates of Phoenix, Ariz., Mrs Eldon Marlow and Mrs Naomie Marlow visited Tuesday with the C. E. Householders. Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Don Moore and family of Phoenix, Ariz., visited at the Householder home and Friday Jerry Hardgrove called there. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, Cheryl and Terry, Mr and Mrs Clarence Osborn, Mrs Freelove Weisbrod and Phyllis Kauffman attended baptism services at Buffalo Center Sunday for Barbara Kuecker, infant daughter ot Mr and Mrs Arnold Kuecker at the Methodist church there. They were all dinner guests at the Kuecker home in honor of th occasion. Mrs Arnold Kuecker Sr. was also a guest there that day. The American Legion Auxiliary picnic has been postponed, and the regular meeting will be held August 10 with the following hostesses: Mesdames H. A. Holmgren, Lawrence Newbrough, Jim Long and Ernest Jensen. Mr and Mrs Everett Mittag of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen were Sunday dinner guests of Henry Kueck. Mr and Mrs Melvin En?lebart and family of Elmore were Friday dinner guests at Owen Berhow's. Mr and Mrs Lyle Marlow and family called Friday evening at the Hugh Marlow home in honor of Mrs Hugh Marlow's birthday. Sunday evening the Lyle Marlows visited with Mrs Anna Biefstedt. Thursday afternoon callers at the Dale Schroeder home were Mrs Jerry Toller, Mrs Dennis You Can Plan His Future TODAY The Years Fly By From Infancy To" School Days. See Your Dreams For His Future Come True , . . Start Saving For It Today I A SAVINGS ACCOUNT ADDED TO REGULARLY WILL GROW WITH YOUR CHILD. FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK Armstrong & Fenton, Iowa FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bu». Phone 3 R ts . t»h on . 60 HANTILMAN BUIIDING SERVICE For Building . g«mod*lino PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTEIMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair* FENTON, IA. Good Food Good Coffee HOME CAFE Priebe, and Mrs Dale Wegoner. Mr and Mrs Norman Battm, Chicago, 111. were overnite guests Wednesday at the Henry Schroeder home, Sunday Mr and Mrs Schroeder attended ths wedding of Elaine Johnson at Markas', la. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and family, Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee and family were dinner guests Sunday at the Ronald Christenson home. Mr and Mrs Ray Kramer and family of Washington, D. C. stopped Friday at the parental Herman Kramer home enroute to Minneapolis, where they will make their home. The Kramers four children are staying with their grandparents this week. Mr and'.Mrs Ray Hertzke, Rev. Mienke, Mr and Mrs Hugh Lewis and Virgil all of Lakota called last week at the Wilford Radig home to visit with Mrs Radig's father, Mr E. Rahmstock, who is ill and has been confined to bed for several weeks. Lawrence Dimmer accompanied Mr and Mrs Leonard Dittmer, Mr and Mrs Arrie Dittmer of Burt to Manchester, la. Sunday where they attended the funeral of a cousin John Dittmer. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey ana family called Sunday afternoon in Algona at the L. E. Hovey home. Mr W. H. Meyer of Swea City was a guest Sunday evening at the Hovey home. Edward Lampe of Joliet, IU. spent from Saturday till Wednesday visiting at the Ralph C Thompson's and with other friends and relatives. McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING - HEATING WISING "We Sell, Install or Service 11 FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES PHONE 120 or 111 , FENTON You need MILK... THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Ringsted TOO 100 A 21A 21B YOU NEVER OUTGROW YOUR NEED FOR MILK Y OU'LL LOOK BETTER, feel better, actually be better when you drink enough milk. 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