The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1955 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1955
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lodiwoodlns November 24,1955 Published By thfc 'Upper B« Molnei Publishing Ctt., A%ond, Iftflra Gift Award ;r •Feniin^-Merle Lockwood was well paid for spending Saturday evening' at Fenton. He Was the lucky person to receive the $75 •at the 9:30 drawing. A name will be drawn for $15 this -Sat-^ urday evening, Nov. 26. ' Independence Mixets • ; i The November meeting of the Independence Mixers -was held at the Township Hall with Mrs Amer Cody and; Mrs Everett Hartman as hostesses. ' , Since th& Mixers are responsible for' the. December Farm Bureau program, the chairman, Mrs .Clarence Wegener appointed Mrs Lyndon Kerber, Mrs ' -Rob'erC Berkeland. Mrs William Weiner and Mrs Ed Solberg to plan the program to be give;i after a pot luck supper. You Can Plan His Future TODAY The Yeari Fly By From Infancy To School Days. See Your Dreams For His Future Come True . . . Start Saving For It Today 1 A SAVINGS ACCOUNT ADDED TO REGULARLY Will GROW WITH YOUR CHILD. FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK Armstrong & Fenton, Iowa COLD, SLEET, SNOW AHEAD! Time to install your new AUTOMATIC ORYER With the dryer season at its peak, and Christinas jusf •round the corner, here is > factory-sponsored combination that nets you a big laving at a most opportune time, The Dryer is » fujl- featured 1956 model that brings you the highest efficiency and dependability in the entire dryer industry. Full range heat control up to 210°, From an operation and service standpoint, there is no finer drye/. to only $ Engine pufft ' and whlttlf* lr>fly*»t 99«djlo, lank «»r, ttfrigirolcr car unj cabooi*.* 1 84" «f trock. 169.95 lie Attii Olsen To Wed Soon i Fenton—Mr and Mrs'Cur- tis Olsen of Seneca announce , the engagement ^ and • approaching ;- marriage of their- daughter; Le Ann Joyce, pic- •• lured above, to Mr Gerald Beaver, son of Mr and Mrs/ s Ch_arles Beaver of Seneca. Mrs Rueben Berkland was nominated as conservation chairman and 'Mrs William Weiner was appointed to be -our photographer for the year. A very interesting lesson on 'New Finishes for Old Furniture" was given by Mrs Earl Lufkin and Mrs Robert Berkeland. For the Christmas party at Mrs Joy Jensvold's each member if asked to bring twelve cookies or 12 pieces of home made 'candy plus the recipe, fpr the gift exchange. STOEBER HARDWARE FENf ON, IOW4 Town-Country Club " The Town and", Country Woman's Club met Tuesday evening, Nov. 15 in the home of Mrs Ted Jensen with Mrs Clarence Yager co-hostess. At the business meeting, plans were made for packing a box for Woodward. For the program, Mrs Eugene Mansager presented 'Take Time for Fine Arts' and Mrs John Struecker, Ta"ke Time for Crafts.' The December meeting,will be held with Mrs Kenneth •Johnson,' Dec. 13 with Mrs Eugene. Huskamp and Mrs Calvin Vaudt as co-hostesses. , ''.'"'. Friendly ^Neighbors ir^-^J' .The November meeting of the Friendly Neighbor club met with Mrs Will Weisbrod with Mrs Don Weisbrod assisting hostess. 20 members answered roll call by .giving program suggestions for next year. Election of officers was held: president, Mrs Art Zumach; vice president, Mrs Rueben Luedtkc; secretary and treasurer; Miss Lizzie Meyer; Historian, Mrs Bessie Hartman. For entertainment, Mrs Ray Dreyer, and Mrs Kenneth BoU- inger, conducted several quiz games. Guests Mesdames Oliver Stceber, E. C. Weisbrod, Fred Fesseler, Maude Brown and Paul Cosgray, the latter of Waynesburg, Penn. Band Mothers Meet The Fenton Band Mothers met Wednesday afternoon of this past week. It was announced that I'l members have paid their $4 contribution and • others are urged to pay as soon as possible, as it is planned to buy new instruments with the money. Mrs Helland, Mrs Florence Behne and Mrs Kenneth Bellinger were appointed as a committee to help Mr Bailsman in the selection of instruments. Final plans for buying instruments will be made at the meeting on December 21. Homemakers Meet The Fenton Township Homemakers met Thursday afternoon, Nov. 17, in the home of Mrs Ed Priebe 4 with Mrs William Hantelman co-hostess. J A lesson on Schools and Civil Service was presented by Mrs Raymond Leans and Mrs Victor Dreyer. The next meeting will bo December 1C with Mrs Ed Bruhn with Mrs Martin Hantel- inan assisting .hostess. A Christ- THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEl Fenton, lowq f / Experienced jEmbalmers and Funeral Director? Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us • With Confidence Phono FENTON ?3 RING5TIP 21001 91906 rrtss gift fxcilahg* -will -be = Heldj 12. New, . .The regular meeting :;of 'the Independent Id$ali$ts, v 'on Ndivefrtbei: ,14 in thei . Ariene Tieier, ¥ he .fti called • to Vorider by the Judy ••Weiner. The twelve' tft>$ fnetWbef-s were Teresa , ,Naigj Dlxiri Arganbright, Glennis NftiM Itfnd, Joanne Lufkin; ; Jri«|«a Priebe, Viola Arganbright,; y|fi dene ' Voster, Vergene ;Korland Sue Moore, Judy Weiner, WMa Brown anr^; Mary J6ne''firow'nv 1 .Dui-ing the .business .hiee.tingi plans wer* discrussed for :'lhei Christmas party and COrrimittees were selected. Lunch was served by the hostesses; : " ! ! A meeting of the -bffirjersVfrf the Independence Idealists club was held at the horn'e of Mrs R6-*. bert Berkelartd, to>make out, the 'year's programs. Officers.' are i president, Judy . Weiner; . secre'- tary, Janice Jacobson; treasurer ,' Lois' Berkland;, repoHer, Ver'ge,ne Norland and historian, Sheryl Solberg., " ; , ., < • . " :i< : i The Woman's Society of Chris-, tian Service will meet Dec. '•'•! with hostesses Mesdsmes Hans Baago, Earl Lufkin, A. L.'Kabrick and Clarence Arbogast. !Mrs Merle Voigt will be in chargeVof the worship period' and 'Mrs Ralph . Weisbrod is the program ; leader. ' , , '•„ ,. , j. Ed Bruhn returned home S&t-j urday after being hospitalized' at the Emmetsburg hospital where he underwent an appendectomy. Mrs Roelf Miller, who has been Helen Fuhr Is Bride-To-Be WSCS.mfet Friday afternoon-«with were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Gomel- Mrs dtjiyer Stoeber with. Mrs Clarence Yager assisting hostess., Mrs J. A. Schwartz was in charge of the devotional period arid Mrs Clarence Yager'present- ed the lesson. Mrs. Amanda Kern was a circle guest. Mr and Mrs Walter Petti are the parents of a daughter born Thursday Nov. 11 at St. Ann hospital in Algona. She Weighed 7 Ibs, 4 oz. and has been named Ginger Kay. Mr tod Mrs Gerhart Haniel- rmm, Eunice and Paul were Sunday evenihg dinner guests in the Charles Westfall home at Graettinger. Mr and Mrs -Merle Voigt and girls were : Sunday dinner guests in the Delond Bolte home. Mrs Ed Uihof ehteriained at a party in theiryhome last Wed- nesdayrevening, in honor of the birthdays of her husband and their daughter, Darlene". Guests ius and family ot Graettirtger, Mr-' ami Mrs Ed Mitchell ahd Joan, Mi- and Mrs Glehn Flint and ttobin of.Ringsted, Mr and Mrs. Ray Uthof and son and Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius. Mr and Mrs David White of Armstrong were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Oliver Stoeber home. Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell went to Marble Rock Saturday of last week and are spending this week with the Arnold HalfeT and Irving Davidson families. ANNOUNCEMENT: We Will Be Closed Wednesday Nights After Nov. 30. WE WILL BE OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS AS USUAL. WelpVfe'ftds ~ Drawer Poultry Supplies DUNCAN PRODUCE FENTON - Fenton—Mr and Mrs John Fuhr of Fenion announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Helen, pictured above, to Earl M. Peitersen, son of Mrs Fred C. Peitersen and the late Fred . C. Peitersen of 1 Ringsted. No wedding date has been set. ,, hospitalized at the Holy Family hospital returned home Monday of this week. The Dorothea Circle of the FENTON jBUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company ..JOHN DEERE DEALER Bu». Phone 3 Res: Phone 60 > HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE Or. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenfon, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Apto & Tractor Repairi FENTON, IA. "PHONE .)25 0^1 HOME CAFE ie Cooked Meg^ FURNITURE IS THE LASTING GIFT! Arid Here At Peterson's Furniture In Fenton We Offer You A NEW STORE With NEW STOCK . . . Good Merchandise At Prices "Worth Driving'Many Miles to Find. 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EiECTRIC POWER t When you use the Frypan, food 1 looks more appetizing — and it tastes BETTER every time. No curling or charring. It cooks flat because of cori» (rolled heat. The temperature is always JUST RIGHT, evenly maintained and distributed all over the entire face. Controlled Heat makes the ference! Cooks more food better

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