The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1955 · Page 41
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 41

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1955
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MAS. AUDETH HALVtRSON N«wt Editor October 6, 1955 Published By The Upper Vet Moines Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa Fenfon W.S.C.S. Meets Today; 4 Are Hosts Fenion—The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Thursday afternoon Oct 6 Hostesses will be Mrs Art Voigt, M rs G. B. Johnson, Mrs Walter Widdel and Mrs John Light. Kern Family Parly Attending a family gathering and picnic dinner at the Lloyd Kern home Sunday were Mrs Amanda Kern, Mr and Mrs Dean Nellis of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Mclvin Kern and family, Mr and Mrs Delmer Kern and girls of Algona, Mr and Mrs Derwood Kern and Phyllis and Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and boys. Afternoon callers were Walter Weisbrod of Good Hope and Mr and Mrs David Weisbrocl and Mark of Denver, Colo. Mrs Leonard Pompe was nol in Fenton Saturday evening when her name was called for $45.00. A name will be drawn for $60 this Saturday evening at 9:30. Judy Theesfield was a Monday overnight guest of Susan Stoeber. Mr and Mrs Hildrelh Petlii recently attended a Ball Room Convention held in Chicago. Mervin Priebe and Wilfred Radig of Lone Rock returned home Friday of last week from a two week's fishing trip to Canada. Miss Mary Biersiedi R. N. from Albert Lea, Minn, and Mr and Mrs James Meyer from Mason City were weekend visitors I MORE FOR YOUR MONEY! MACHINERY SPECIALS 1—227 Two Row Mounted Corn 1595 Picker wfth hookup Fpr Jphn Deere Tractors 00 (Save $200 On This) 1-New 38 ft. Meyers No. 6 Two Wheel Truck on Rubber, Hopper and 12-ft. Spouts. Reg. Price $48S-NOW 1-Used J. D. Model L Tractor Manure Spreader, 3 Yrs. Old 1-Used J. D. Model H Tractor Manure Spreader $295.00 $145.00 $50.00 NO THADE-INS AT" THESE' PRICES Weisbrod Implement Your John Deere Dealer In Fenton 1-Used J. D. 4B-2-16 Tractor Plow - FOR ONLY ANNOUNCEMENT K^ The DUNCAN PRODUCE is Now Under Management of Eldon Duncan. We Have Appreciated Your Business In The Past and Hope To Enjoy Your Continued Patronage. WE HAVE A NEW DEBEAKING MACHINE. PREVENT FLOCK LOSSES - IMMEDIATE SERVICE AT YOUR FARM. WELP'S FEEDS Duncan Produce Phone 6 Fenton, Iowa UP 70 ON FUEL BILLS! WITH ZONOLITE INSULATION it Yourself in 1 Afternoon! Yes! Ju>t one afternoon's easy work insulating with 2ONOL1TK un tut your fuel bills a» much as -iO r r ! All >ou do is Hpur directly (roin the bag between attic joists. No must, no fuss . . . just pour, it. lc\cl it, leave it! Once in place, ZON'OLITJ; \crnuiulite Insulation is there for the Jifc of the building. Kudcnc-proof, rot- proof, lUU^b tire-proof! Come in or phone for tRtt today ! MM ViltDS MATI8IA15, PLANS * FfNTQN, IOWA Gilbert Scribner. Mgr. in the home of their parents, Mr and Mrs Emi! Bierstedt. . Mr and Mrs Clarence Drake of Deadwood, South Dakota have been recent visitors in trie homes of Mr and Mrs William Fisher and Mrs Freda Siems. Mr and Mrs Ed Priebe and Mr and Mrs Art Krause returned home Thursday, Sept. 29, from an eleven clay (rip through Nebraska, Montana, North and South Dakota. Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener were Sunday afternoon callers of Webber Yager who is a patient at the Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge. 'Mr and Mrs'Lloyd Berkland and family were Sunday visitor? in the Ervin Berkland nome. Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz went to Ames last Sunday for a visit with Mr and Mrs J. W. Schwart/. and to make the acquaintance of a new grandson. Mr Schwartz returned home Wednesday and Mrs Schwartz accompanied Edith Laage home at the end of the week. Mr and Mrs Joe Laffey of Armstrong were Sunday afternoon and evening guests in the Oliver Stoeber home. Miss Lydia Hansen, a missionary to Japan now home On furlough, was a guest in the Albert Mitchell home Sunday to Tuesday. Sunday evening guests in the Mitchell home, in her honor were Rev. and Mrs H. L. Norheim. Mr and Mrs Nyles Heggen. Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood. Webber Yager, who was recently discharged from the Mercy hospital nt Fort Dodge, had to return to the hospital again Thursday of this past week for further treatment. At this writing, he is reported as recovering satisfactory. Mr and Mrs W. B. Schmidtke of Morristown. Minn, ware' weekend guest? in the William Hantelman home. Dr. and Mrs Sherman Meyer of Phoenix. An/, were Wednesday guests of Mr and i\irs R;.y Stoeber. Mr and Mrs Fred Meyer of Al- COJ-IH were Sunday visitors in the Mervin Priebe home. Mr and Mrs Curtis Olson, Mr and Mrs Gaylord Ols-Mi and Mis j Jerry Olsen' were among I he 82 j relatives who gathered r.t the Ear! ! Stafford home at Mallard Sun- dav jo observe the 25'h wedding anniversary of Mr and M:s Ray Goering of Jackson. Minn. Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener of Al?. on a were last Sunday evening visitors in the. W^bbaE,..YjyjPf. Lone Rock PTA Has Reception For Teachers Lone Rock — The first P. ( T.A. meeting at the Lone Rock school was held Monday evening, Sept. 26, with introducing of the faculty members. Corsages were presented to the women teachers and lapel flowers to the men. Program chairmen were Mr and Mrs Jesse Blanchard; Food chairman were Mr and Mrs Raymond Bierle, Mr and Mrs L. A. Newbrough, Mr and Mrs E. M. Jensen. Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Amos Finnestead, Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus, Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt, Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt, Miss Florence Yager, Don Marlow Sr., Mr and Mrs Joe Culbertson and Mr and Mrs Allwyn Lockwood. Corsages were furnished by Mr and Mrs Lyle Marlow, Susan Montgomery played a number on the flute accompanied by Karen Kueck. Wednesday evening at the Erich Seegebarth home. Guests were beside the honoree. Mesdames Roger Jensen, Ronald Christenson, Jim Larson, Merlon Larson, Clarence Kraft, Ralph Reidel, Woodrow Pettit, Mrs E. A. Lee and A. A. Krueger, Jess Blanchard Jr., Milton Madison and Gerald Gochenour. Idle Hour Club The Idle Hour Club met Thursday at the Fred Tigges home with Mrs James Cody Sr, assisting. Sixteen mem'bers were present with Mrs Harold Nelson and Myrtle Krause in charge of entertainment. There was an auction of house plants. Next meeting will be with Mrs Art Person. Daughlcr Baplized Susan Kay, infant daughter Mr and Mrs Roy Bierle, was tized Sunday at the Lotts Creek Lutheran church, with Rev. O. C. Geisler officiating. Sponsor's were Mrs Ralph Bierstedl and Paul Voigt of Fenton. Dinner guests nt the Bierle home in honor of the occasion were Mr ana Mrs Ralph Bierstedt and family and Mr and Mrs Paul Voigt and family. of I- Callers last week at the Alfred Schipull home were'Mr and Mrs R. Schipull & family. Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Carl Schipull of Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs Mike Boog of LuV'erne and Mr and Mrs Carl Gates and family of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Win. Faulstick and Mr and Mrs Joe Steinman were supper guests Sunday of Mrs Hulda Schultz. Mr and Mrs Martin Larson of Decorah spent Tuesday and Wednesday visiting their son and family, the Merton Larsons. Mrs Glenn Householder, Mrs Mary FJaig and Cecil Seegebarth Sharon Eigler. who is attending the Kahli-r School of Nursing at Rochester, Minn, spent the weekend '•'•'! i h her parents. Mr nnci Mrs Paul Ei.aler, Mr and Mrs Ben Mitchell were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Oscar Son n<oi\ home. Mrs Ed Bruhn was hostess io '.he Hook c-.nri Eye Sewing club in her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Albert Mitchell and Mrs Nvlcs Heggen attended the Blue Earth Circuit Conference of the WMF at Frost. Minn. Tuesday. Miss Lydia Hansen, who has been a guest in the Mitchell Fellowship Elects Westminster Fellowship met Sunday evening at the Lone Rock church with election of the following officers: Margaret Fischer reflected moderator. Donna Blanchard elected vice moderator. Judy Newbrough secretary and treasurer; Jerry Jensen, commissioner of Faith and Life: Wanda Schrader, commissioner of outreach; David Johnson, commissioner of Stewardship; Darlene Long, commissioner of citizenship: Murjorie Hauck. commissioner of fellowship. Honor Former Members Happy Homemakers club met last week for their tenth anniver- 'saVy'-wtth the entertaining of former members at the Marvin Kueck home. The former members present were Mrs Harvey' j Rath and Mrs I. \V. Nelson of Ali goqa and Mrs Alfred Schaden- hiorf. '.e speaker. i Mrs Flaig Hostess I Mrs Mary Flai^ entertained the | birthday club in her home Tues- I day afternoon in honor of the birthday ff Mrs Jack Quinn. Gue-l< wore Mesdames Alex Kruoger. Hulda Schult?. Rosr Kraft. Jim Long, Fred Genrich, Frank Flaig and Mau'de Blanchard. Entertainment was 500 with door pri70 going to Jim Long, high to Rose Kraft and low to Fred Genrich. Coming Events Thur-xiay. Oct. 6 — Woman's Si'del y r.f Christian Service-; S'.. Luke's L;,dies Aid. Monday, Oct. 1U—Legion meeting. Tuosday, Oct. 11—Fentun Woman.- i'Iub. Thursday. Oct. 13—Dr.pew Fellowship cnvli/: Friendly Neighbor club, Mabel. Birthday Honors Mrs Harlan Blnnchard was honored at a birthday pnrtv lasi LONE ROCK NEWS Mr and Mrs Win Schrader ;mr1 family, Mr \V. C. HeiU-r vi>i'.;il Sunday afternoon in Livennnre w:th Li-ila lleiter. Mr and Mi> WalU'r Thompson were afternoon callers and supper put-sis a! the Win. Drayton home in Aluona Sunday. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard. Mr and Mrs Charles Staudt. Mr and Mr* Roger Walker, Mrs A. A. Kru^er, Mrs E. A. Lee, Miss Florence Ytijjer, Mrs Lawn-nee Pin.uel, Mariin Bailsman, David Beck, Larry Beekley and Mr Busehkamp were the teachers from here that attended teaches institute in Alguna on Fridav. 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Mr and Mrs Carroll Willrett and family of Algona called Sunday afternoon at the Richard Gross home. Evening callers were Mrs R. G. Willrett of Burt; Mrs Herman Willrett of Britt and Mrs C. M. Gross of Burt. Gallon 5,59 YOB can't mor its matchless beauty! STOEBER HARDWARE CLOCK-RADIO A Houseful of Servants • Automatically turns radio... appliances on at pre-set time • Built-in Telechron electric clock works continuously and independently of radio switch • Ready for Civil Defense emergency broadcasts (Conelrad) • Fashion-styled in a variety of YOUR CHOICE OF COLORS MAIL ORDERS WELCOME Please Send Me Clock- Radios at $24.00 Each, Postage Prepaid To: ' Name Address n Gray D Green Q Black FENTON DRUG ~ FENTON, IOWA MATTRESSES All New Stock — Complete Line LAND-0-NOD and SEALEY Maifresses — America's Foremost Makers of Sleeping Comfort — And They Cost No More Than An Ordinary Mattress. We Cordially Invite You To Inspect Our New Store FENTON We Deliver Anywhere PETERSEN'S FURNITURE Get ready for Winter with right size Light Bulbs NOW! fill empty sockets! Keep Spores on hand! BUDGET BAG f ACM BAG CONTAINS 2 ... .60 Watt Bulbs 2 t ... 75 Watt Bulbs 2 ' . • 100 Watt Bulbs PIUS a • * BUY 6. .GET 7 "IT'S IN THE BAG 1 *. crows Reddy.He means the Budget Bag — with saving on bulbs bought now to make home cheerful this winter. And he means your Bonus Gift — '. the 100-watt Bulb. Home is happier with the right lights in the right places for everyone. Be sure that your home has plenty of light for everyone's activities — for work, play, reading, studying. Reddy Kilowatt — thrifty fellow! — makes a good suggestion: "Get your Budget Bag of Bulbs right away — enjoy a saving — • and get an EXTRA bulb FREE!" Now's the time to get your Fall and Winter light bulbs. ludget legs or* AVAIlABlf NOW *ntif October 39 wherever You ivy lUfhr *"'*>* 'iO M.42 for*1.20! . ll'J* U« GO^NEXT SATURDAY CASH NITE Be In Fenton At 9:30 p.m. ivery Saturday Night Sponsored By Fenton Business & Professional Men

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