The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1955 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 8, 1955
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MM. AftOlf H HAIVIKSON September 8, 1955 Published By The Upper 0es MoiitM Publishing Co., Algeria, Iowa Fenton W.S.C.S. Plans Program For New Year Fenton — The W.S.C.S. mot Thursday, Sept. 1 in the Methodist church. The society voted that the committee on publicity and history buy a suitable scrap book for compiling a history of the group. It was also suggested that members bring cameras to their circle meetings in Septcm ber and take snapshots to be placed in the history. Mrs Clarence Underwood, vice president, reviewed the lessons for the comini; year on th^ theme, 'To the End of the Earth'. Recommendations of the executive board that the society serve luncheon at the Seminar and that the circles sell greeting cards were approved by the group. The president, Mrs Don Weisbrod, appointed Mrs Paul Hudson, general chairman of the greeting card sales. Mrs C. C. Callahan expressed gratitude on behalf of the youth division of the Sunday school for the hymn books purchased by the Society's library fund. Mrs John Light led the devotions and Mrs Charles Lovejoy presented the lesson on Korea, assisted by Mrs Earl Lufkin. An out-of-state guest was Mrs Earl North of Manhattan Beach, Calif, (the former Bernice Lind- scy). Hostesses serving refreshments were Mesdames Dale Weisbrod, Evrrett Hartman, Marion Stucki and Gerald Gochenour. Baptismal Services Diane Mary, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs was baptized last week Friday evening in St. John's Lutheran church. Sponsors were Helen Fuhr and Delond Bolte and witness was Wilford Laabs. Mr and Mrs John Fuhr entertained at lunch the following. Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs and Diane. Mr and Mrs R. F. La.ibs. Mr and Mrs Delond Bolte and family. Mr and Mrs Wilford Luabs and family. Mr and Mrs Fred Mortenson and family. Mrs Karl Nielsen and Arnold, Miss Amanda Schutt, and Mr and Mr.s Martin Ohm. Guests. Gramenz Home ' Mr and Mr.s R W, Gramen/ and son, Jon and. Mrs Gramenz' parents, Mr and Mrs Tuthcr Newgcnt of Portland, Ore. were house guests last week in the home of Mr Grnmenz' parents, Mr and Mrs John Gramenz of Fenton. Other guests at a family gathering on Sunday were Mr and Mrs R. L Valentine and Leslie- of Omaha; Mr ;<nd Mrs Harold Gramonz of Garner, Mr and Mrs Holland Watson and family of Pocahontas; Mr and Mrs R.iy Tietz and family of Spirit Lake; Mr and Mr.s Enck Wingren of Ft. Dodge; Mr and Mrs Harold Kcr- stein and Vicki of Austin, Minn.; Dewayno Anderson of St. Peter Minn.; and Harold Krueger ol Fairmont. Minn. New Families In Fenton Area Fenlort—Several new families and residents are being welcomed lo Ihe Fentoft community. They ate Mr and Mrs Fred Wessendotf, Mr and Mrs James F. Hypse, Marvin Stone, Mr and Mrs Robert Tofle, Mr and Mrs Harold Grunhovd and Mr and Mrs Duane Aschenbrenner, all school people. loo. Afternoon visitors were Mr and Mrs Derwood Kern and family of Eslherville; Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family, Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and boys, Walter Weisbrod of Good Hope; Lou Krcsensky of Mankato, Minn. Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer was the lucky person to receive the $15 given away Saturday evening at Fenton. Another name will be drawn again this coming Saturday night for another $15. The Legion Auxiliary will meet this Friday afternoon with Mrs G. B. Johnson. Mrs Donald Void and son returned to their home at Lake Mills Friday after spending the past couple weeks in the parental, S. E. Straley home. Mr.s Straley accompanied them home and then returned to Fenton Monday. Mrs Gerald Gochenour and son David, attended services Sunday at the First Lutheran church at Gilmore City. The church was observing its 25th anniversary. Mr and Mrs Gochenour and sons were dinner and suppej guests in the home of Misses Sam and Gladys Paulson at Rutland. Mr and Mrs Peter Laubenlhal and daughter of Marshalltown were guests in the John Laubenthal home for two clay*, this past week. The Rev. and Mrs F. C. Pruel of Ternl wer'. 1 Tuesday afternoon visitors in the Oliver Stoebcr home. Mr and Mrs Gerald Gochenour and sons were Monday night supper gui-sts in the Ruy Goch'jn- our home at Pocah"ntas. i I want In express rny pralitud- I for tho cards ;ind l:-ttcr.-> that i/aine my w.iy during r.iy recent stay in the hospital. Beih Ann N't'Afl 118 At Reunion Of Ohm Family, Fenton, Sept. 4 Fenton—The Ohm family reunion was held Sunday, S?pt. 4, at the Fenton Community Center with 118 in attendance. Those registering were Mrs Marie Colwell, Keith and Noil. Mr and Mrs Rieng Wctzel and family. Mrs Marie Dreyer, Janice and Larry, Mr and Mrs Martin Ohm and Dennis, Mr and Mn Donald Radig and family, Mrs Clara Pompe, Mr and Mrs Robert Kitner and family. Mr and Mr. c Ben Schmidt and family, Mr anri Mrs Gene Blanchard, and family, Verona Buss and Susan Kay, Mr and Mrs Carl Zumach. Mrs William Buss. Mr and Mrs A. F. Krueger, Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Clarence Zumach, Mrs Norma Lyons, East Chicago. Ind.; Mr and Mrs Herman Lucdt- ke, Mr and Mrs Otto Ohm, L. R Kresensky, Mankato, Minn.; Mr and Mr.s Robert Schmidt. Fairmont.; Mr and Mrs Ervin Lucdt- ke. and family, Mr and Mrs Bob Schmidt and family, Connie and Carol Marlow; Mrs Harold Zimmerman and Alan, Mrs A. A. Dreyer, Mrs Arela Leinnger, Mr and Mr.s John Schallin, Mr and Mrs Leo Schmidt, Mr H. F. Mittag, Walter Weisbrod, Albert F. Krueger, Mr and Mrs Martin Mover and family of Burt. Mr and Mrs Lester Gengerich and family of Storm Lake; Mr and Mrs Delbert Geilzcnauer and family, Mr and Mrs Edward Ohm r.nd Willard, Mr and Mrs Ronald Chiischilles and Eugene, Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt, Kenneth and James; Mr and Mrs Robert Krause and family, Tom Schmidt of Austin. Minn.; Patricia Wetzel. Susan and Marcia Barry, Mr and Mrs Art Zumach, Janice and Carol. LEDGERS, LEDGER SHEETS, columnar books nnd pads, general bookkeeping jupplies. Many forms carried in stock, and quick service on those w<: may not have. Upper Des Moines, in the NEW newspaper building, Algona. la Now Is The Time TO LET US LOOK OVER YOUR OIL BURNING FURNACE - CALL NOW AND WE WILL GET IT READY FOR WINTER'S ICY BLASTS. $5 Early Check Up Special • Install New Oil Filter Cartridge. 9 Clean and Check Ignition Points & Burner Nozzle. Chock Oil Line For Leaks. Oil and Check Blower On Furnace. Oil All Motors. Inspect Belts and Air Filters. Set Air For Correct Flame. CALL 109 FOR SERVICE FENTON, IOWA Remodeling Sale, Bailey's Store Fenton— A remodeling Grand Opening is being held this week by Bailey's store at Fenton, with special events planned for Saturday, Sept. 10, as outlined elsewhere by the firm's ad. A complete interior remodeling was recently completed, enlarging the Rmcery and drygnods department space, adding to the meal and vegetable departments, and other interior improvements. Coming Events Thursday. Sept. 8—Depew Fellowship circle: Friendly Neighbors: Mabel circle of the WSCS. Friday, Sept. 9—Legion Auxiliary. Monday, Sept. 12—Legion meeting. Tuesday, Sept. 13—Fenton Woman's club. Thursday, Sept. 15—Independence Mixers; Ruth circle of the WSCS: Blakjer WMF. BULL FIGHT A bull fight is the cause of a civil suit in Tama county. A bull belonging to Emil Breja broke into a pasture and fought with a bull owned by Fred Sedlacek, according the latter's petition, destroying the animal's value. He's asking $278 in damages. Slavery was abolished in the U. S. by "the 13th Amendment to the constitution in 1865. The "Great Plague of London" in 1665 caused 68,596 deaths. fOR YOU CHILDREN'S MEI'MSUOTHI 60$$ BOUGHT SAFE IMttST StUHtt ELECTRIC FENCER You too will be glad you bough) Hit dependable, lafe, UnderwrHtri' Laboratories approved ParmdV Fencer. FULLY GUARANTEED AUft THm A fttE-HIV* IN It \ STOEBER HARDWARE Pormok Is Your Best Fencing Investment.Come in, let us show you. Birthday Visitors Sunday visitors in the R. F. Laabs home in honor of Mr? Laabs' birthday were Mr and Mrs Cliff Hiiaso and Karen of Algona; Mr and Mrs Wilfred Laabs and family of Ayrshire; Mr and Mrs Delond Bolte and family. Mr and Mrs Walter Schmidt and boys of Austin, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs and Diane, Mrs Fred Mortenson, Doris and Kathj. Mr and Mrs Virgil Wolfe and family of Bancroft were unable to attend since their daughter Martha, is confined to bets with rheumatic fever. Mr and Mrs W. B. Schmidlke of Morristciwn, Minn, were Thursday visitors in the William Hanttilinan home. Mrs Charles Hannon and daughter Leoru. who nave been giK-.M.s for several dayt in the Hanti'lman home, accompanied the Schmidtkes back to Morristown. Mr and Mrs Jerry Ross of Rockford, Iowa weie Sunday evening visitors in the Fred Mortenson home. Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz. Miss Edith Laage and Mrs O. J. Ranney were Sunday guests in the Karl Schwartz home at Rockwell City. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and boys and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara attended the Lee family reunion held at Marshalltown over the Labor Day weekend. Mr and Mrs Norman Firmest ad and Mr and Mrs Delbert Geit/.en- auer took Gerald Geitzenauer and Ronald Mortenson to Omaha Tuesday of last week from where the boys left for the west coast where they will be stationed in the Navy. The Finnestads and Gei- tzenauers went on to Lincoln, returning home on Thursday. Otto Benson of Hopkins. Minn. visited in the Oscar Surenson home from Saturday to Wednesday of last week. On Monday the Sorensons and Mr Benson visited with relatives at St. James, Minn. St. Luke's Ladies Aid met Thursday ol this {past week with, Mrs Ervin Johnson and Mrs Kenneth Johnson. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs Amanda Kern wen> Mr and Mrs Dean Nellis of Fort Dodge; Mr and Mrs Douglas Sargent, Debra and Scott of Watcr- The Members of the Undersigned Fenton Business and Professional Group Take This Opportunity To Extend a Hearty Welcome To The ROY A. PETERSEN FURNITURE VERN'S CLEANERS and LEO ROY - New Owner of Home Cafe PATRONAGE OF YOUR HOME BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED AND. ENCOURAGED FENTON COMMUNITY CLUB 65 Individuals & Firms Boosting For Fenton MR. & MRS. JOHN BAILEY CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT BAILEY'S REMODELED There's a Lot of Satisfaction in a JOHN DEERE Plowing Job!- ITIHERE'S REAL SATISFACTION in finishing a job with a * John Deere Truss-Frame Plow and stopping for a moment |o inspect your work. It looks mighty good, and you know that its quality—like the quality of your John Deere Plow <—goes all the way through. Your plowing cost is pleasingly low, and you're not all tired out, as you'd be if you'd bad to fight a poor plow all day, No other plow combines shock-absorbing strength, rigid alignment, and trash-shedding clearance more effectively than a John Deere. No other plow is more Adaptable to power and soil conditions, or is easier to adjust. And no other plow bottoms can beat John Deere High-Speed light-Draft Bottoms for fast, good work plus fuel and plowshare economy. Stop in and let us give you complete information. Llii l-or JOHN OEERE Quality rrn Equipment WEISBROD Implement Co. FENTON. IOWA IN FENTON OPEN HOUSE & TREATS SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 Saturday Afternoon & Evening FREE! FREE! POP — Ritz Crackers & Cheese Whiz RED DOT POTATO CHIPS - BALLOONS THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY BAILEY SPECIALS GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM '3 GAL. HI-C, 46 OZ. 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