The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1955 · Page 55
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MM, AiftlTH HAIVMSON December 1, 1955 Published By The Upper Oes Moine* Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa YES SIR! Ray Priebe And The Mistus Would Like To Treat You On SANTA CLAUS DAY (Saturday, Dec. 3) FREE COFFEE and SANDWICHES ALL DAY, DEC. 3 AT Priebe's Store Santa Claus To Fenton Saturday-Treats, Movies Fenton—It will be a great day in Fenton, Saturday, Dec. 3, when Santa Claus makes his first appearance of the year. He is due to arrive early in the afternoon, and \vill have treats for all the youngsters. To further celebrate the ocas- sion. Fenton merchants arc giving a free movie for the kids, too, at the Fenton Theatre, starting at 2 p.m. when a cartoon carnival that will run about an hour and a half will be presented. The free - movies and treats should bring out every boy and girl in the area, and the parents as well. Fenton firms sponsoring the event also issue a cordial invitation to visit them, and many are featuring special events of their own as announced elsewhere on this page, for Saturday. met Monday evening in the home of Janet Theesfield with their leaders, Mrs Arnold Juhl and Mrs Lloyd Sunde. Janci Wichtendahl and Rozelle Rienhart were welcomed as new members of the club. Janet Theesfield presented a picture talk. A special meeting is being held this Monday evening. Nov. 28, In make plans for Christmas gifts. GOOD USED TRACTORS and IMPLEMENTS $1145 $925 $545 $425 $175 $150 $375 $275 $125 Weisbrod Implement 1-1946 J-D "G" overhauled and painted, with power troll and starter 1-1946 J-D "A" with power lift, painted — 1-1944 J-D "A" with power lift, good 1-1941 J.D "A" with starter and power lift, painted and good 1-1935 J-D "A" with power lift 1-1936 J-D "B" on rubber j-1949 C Allis-Chalmers with cultivator, very good 1—J-D model L tractor manure spreader 1— J-D model H tractor manure * spreader _.. .. FINTON, IOWA i •/MI^/^/'M¥iVW/»/yf/y^/KVMKf^^ Fenton Group Shower Hosts, Depew Church Fenton — Mrs Burton Fossum (Mary Lou Finnestad) was honored at a miscellaneous shower Friday evening at St. John's Lutheran church parlors at Depev.'. Marilyn Finnestad was in charge of regifiteiing the guests and Mrs Wayne Finnestad. Mrs Vernon Finnestad and Glennis Finnestad assisted Mrs Fossum with her many gifts. Hostesses were Mesdamcs Lloyd Finnestad, Morris Finnestad. Norman Finnestad. Amos Finnestad, Amer Cody. Howard Finnestad, Virgil Finnestad. Vernon Finnestad. Wayne Finnestad, Bill Fir.nestaci. Lula Knudson, Ferdinand Mueller Jr.. Wayne Boettchcr and Lawrence Mueller. Mrs Frank Hostess Mrs E. J. Frank was hostess to her Bridge club last Saturday •afternoon. Prizes were awarded to Mrs Arlo Ranney, high; Mrs Ervin Johnson, second high: and Mrs E. W. Ruskc. low. Thanksgiving Day Dinner guests in the Clayton Ditsworth home were Mr and Mrs Wallace Brown and sons Steven and Ronnie of Gi uver. Dwight Maidment of Estherville. Ruba Ditsworth of Laurens and Mr and Mrs Earl Dean. Judy Eigler went lo Rochester Friday of this past week to spend the remainder of her Thanksgiving vacation with her sister. Sharon, who is enrolled at the Kahlcr School of Nursing. Mr and Mrs Lyle Newel and family were Thanksgiving Day guests in the home of Rev. and Mrs F. C. Pruel. Mr and Mrs Howard Rabey and Carl of Cedar Falls and Mr and Mrs Bob Johansen and children of Minneapolis spent the Thanksgiving weekend in the E. J. Frank and Don Show homes. Earl Peilersen of Ringsted was a Thanksgiving clay guest in the John Fuhr home. Marlys, daughler of Mr & Mrs R. Mueller, was Ihe lucky person lo receive the S15 at the regular Saturday night drawing in Fenton. Another name will be drawn for S15 again this Saturday evening at 9:30, Returns For Visit Saturday afternoon callers in the Clayton Ditsworth home were Mrs O. W. Esslincn of Fresno, Calif., her Hephuw, J. Johnson and daughter Bonnie of Kanawha, and Henry Johnson. retired Kanawha Postmaster. Mrs Esslinger returned to California Sunday by-plane alter attending a National B'.ood Bank Convention in Chicago and spending Thanksgiving with another nephew and wife in Columbus. Ohio. Mrs Esslmper will be remembered here as Emma Newel, daughter of a former Fenton resident, the late Henry J. Newel. Ir. Fresno, Mrs Esslingfr maintain- a home for her mother. Mrs Henry Newel and is in charge of a Blood Bank headed by her brother. Clarence Newel. M. D. -H Club Meets The Fenton Forward 4-H girls Santa Claus WILL BE IN FENTON SATURDAY HE HAS ALREADY BEEN TO Bailey's Store WHERE HE UNLOADED A BIG ORDER OF TOYS & GIFTS While Your Kiddies Invite You To Come POLY IINEN TABLE COVERS, 54 x 54, Only Visit Santa Here On Saturday We In And Look Over Our Display. 89c LADIES HI BULK ORLON CARDIGAN SWEATERS, Only JEWELRY, ASSORTED EARRINGS, PINS, NECKLACES $4.98 89c LITTLE DUCHESS BABY PANTIES (Fancy Boxed For Boys & Girls MEN'S BOW TIES IN PLASTIC CASE DRESS SHIRTS, WITH BOW- TIES, CUFFLINKS, FOR BOYS, BOXED On T-V You See These ! We Have Them & Many More PATTI PRAYS 4.49 RAMAR JUNGLE GUN — 5.59 TAKE-APART HARBOR LAUNCH _._ $2.79 INDOOR TENNIS GAMi - 89c INDOOR BASKETBALL - $1.85 (Lay Away Any Gift You Choose, If You So Pesire) BAILEY'S STORE Mr and Mrs Arnold Hansen and family and Mis Dagmar Newel were Thanksgiving Day guests in the Eugene Newel home at Sioux Center. Mr and Mrs Gerald Gochenour and sons, David and Kim, attended a family Thanksgiving dinner held Sunday in the Clifford Stevenson home at Hum 1 boldt. Mr and Mrs John Gramenz were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Kerstem at Clinton. Minn. They also visited the August Kersteios and the Fred Anderson^-. Mr'and Mrs Lou Hanlelman of Saskatoon, Sa.sk., Canai*,i were Sunday overnight guests in the Ed Bruhn home. They weie en- iT>utc to Arizona where tiioy will spend the winter months. Mr and Mrs Virgil Borchardt are the parents of u son born Friday, Nov. 18, at the Holy Family hospital. The little lad weighed 5 Ibs. 11 O/. and has been named Jay Clark. Mrs Floyd Duncan is a patient si the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. A Christmas Operetta, entitled. 'The Gay Nineties' will be presented by the Fenton Grade Students on Tuesday evening, Dcv 20th at o p.m. in the Fe:it"n Gymnasium. There will be no admission charge. Mrs H. R. Petlit and Mrs Ed iebe wil be hoste.-.svs to the Fairvillf Lac'.iis A,.I this Thurs. afternoon. Drrtmbir 1. Mr and Mrs P. H. Jensen were guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs H. P. Ji-ii.-en and family at George, la. Wetine.-day .1 n d Thursday of this- past week. Mr and Mrs Otto Jensen went to DCS Moinrs Wednesday -if this past week for several days vi.-it with friends. Thanksgiving day guests in the Carl Priebe home weiv Mr and Mrs Ed Priobe. Mr and Mrs Mervin Priebe and family, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkhind and family. Mr and Mrs Art Priebe and family, Mr and Mrs Dennis PnoSt.' and baby, and Mr and Mrs Hay Pdebe and family. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and Lynnoia wort- Thanksgiving Day guests in the Ben Skaar homo at Primghar. Leonard Madden of Armstrong and Ernest Johnson of Spring- villc, la. were callers Thanksgiving Day in the Oliver Stoeber home. Mr and Mrs Martin Ohm and Dennis were dinner and supper guests in the parental Sam Warner home Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Dale Weisbrod home were Mr and Mrs Art Voigt, Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt, Mark and Lucinda, Mr and Mrs Dcrwood Voij.l and David and Mr and Mrs Charles Weisbrod. Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller entertained at a G o'clock dinner Thanksgiving Day, Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas 'and family, Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and girls and William Aoigt, Lois and Peggy. Mr and Mrs Curtis Olsen and LeAnn, Mr and Airs Otto Wilberg and Dcloris and Mr and Mrs Robert Berkeland and boys were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the B. G. Berkeland home. Mr and Mrs Webber Yager and Mrs Amanda Kern were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of the Clarence Yager family. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the Gerhart Hantelman home were Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn. Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family and Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and girls. Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt and James Richard of Ames spent their Thanksgiving vacation with Fenton relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halver- I son, Merle and Barbara were Thanksgiving day guests in tho Earl Jensen home at Ringsted. Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley and Aurira Kae were Thanksgiving day guests in the Donald Void home at Lake Mills. Mr and Mrs Mervin Priebe and family and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland and family were Sunday dinner guests in the parental Ed Priebe home. A group of friends pleasantly surprised Mrs Lyle Woisbrod. Tuesday afternoon in honor of her birthday. The self-invited guest? were Mesclames Duane Wicldel. Don Steinberger, Harry Haase. Don Gross, Maurice Weis- brr.d. Dick Theesfield and May- narri Nemitz. Mr and Mrs Ed Schlei, Mr and Mrs Elwin Schlei and girls and Mr and Mrs Murokl Schlei and Steven were Thanksgiving clay dinner guests in the Edwin Jo~- tcn home at Klemme. Mr and Mrs Don Steinberger and family were Thanksgiving day guests, in the Harold Lutz arFairmont. •—~* •'Mr and Mrs Gilbert Scribner Jr. wore dinner guests Thanksgiving day in the parental Oscar Sorenson home. Mr and Mrs Dave Newel and son Curtis of Mason City spent Thanksgiving day with Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyers and the L. J. Weisbrods. Mr and Mrs Richard McCariy and boys of Hartley were guests in the parental Charles Newel home f'.vrn Thanksgiving Day until Sunday. Mr and Mr? Lyle Newel wero als» guests in the Newel hoiv.f in 'he evening on Thanksgiving clay. Com/ng fvenfs Thursday, Dec. 1 — Woman's Society of Christian Service; Fairville Ladies Aid. Friday, Dec. 2—Sencca-Fenton basketball game at Fenton gym. Monday, Dec. 5—Fenton Pro- gressors 4-H club. Tuesday, Dec. G — Basketball game at Grant. Thursday, Dec. 8 — Friendly Neighbor club; Mabel circle of the WSCS; Depew Fellowship circle. Thanksgiving Day d i n n e t guests of Mr and Mrs R. F. Laabs were Mr and Mrs Wilfred Laabs and family of Ayrshire, Mr and Mrs Clifford Haase and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Virgil Wolfe and family of Bancroft., Mrs Howard Renfrow and Ken- neth of Calvin, N. D.. Mr and Mr.i Delond Bolte and family, Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs and daughter, and Amanda Schutt. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and sons were Thanksgiving Day guests in the Laurilz Nelson home at Goldfield. Mr and Mrs John Mickliak, Bobby and Carlyn. Mr and Mrs Ole Pederson and Mr and Mrs Emil BIcckwenn were dinner guests Thanksgiving Day in the Ben Mitchell home. Honor Roll At Fenton School, Past 6 Weeks * Honor Roll fur the second six week period at Fenton follows: Hiphfst Honors-—Janet Bchnc, Joan Gushing. Eu^eno Lieb. Honors—Wayne Gros.s, Marlys Jentz. Jane Killer, Evalon Schlei. Joyce \'oij4l, Pamela V.Visbrrd. Honorabif Mention — Ardyll: Drone. Glennis F.nm'styd. Nornia Jean La: son, Beth Ann Newt-1. JoAnn Sunde, Joan W'-'gener, Nancy Wiener. Jr. High huii"r r"!l for the second six weeks pern.d: Highest Honors — Judy Juhl, Diane Holland, Judy Saxton. Honors — Bc-cky Householder, Judy Wiener. Honorable Mention — Loveda Kohlwes, Juhn llartmann, Biyaii Mortensen. FENTON, IOWA FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company JOHK PEERE DEALER Bu». Phont 3 Re». Phono 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 1?5 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske PENTIST Office Phone 79 Re*idenc« 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto i Tractor R«pgirt FENTON, IA. HOME CAFE Leo Roy, Prop. Home Cooked Meals THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence CARD OF THANKS I wish, to thank all thos;> who reir.emhei i'd me with cards. gifts and calls during my recent hospitulizatiun. Mrs Roelf Miller Phone FENTON RINGSTED 23 21001 21006 20216 IN FENTON ON SATURDAY 3 FREE MOVIES (2 P.M.) FOR THE KIDS AND ALSO TREATS * * * FREE CASH GIFT EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH DEC. 24 Sponsored By Fenton Community Club B^ Welcome To Santa, and You IS OPEN IN OUR BASEMENT FREE GIFTS ON SATURDAY, DEC. 3 TO EACH LADY VISITING OUR STORE. 100 BALLOONS TO KIDS STARTING AT 1:30 P.M. (While They Last!) Stoeber Hdwe. FENTON The Family Gift Center FENTON '&tf ^-^&gJ^»g<te-^feg^-<»a-ttg-<»<s-te»^^ The NEW Store With NEW FURNITURE Quality With Economy Is Our Motto ELGIN WATCHES FOR MEN & WOMEN Cuff Links • Earrings • Mantle Clocks We Invite You To Inspect One of North Iowa's Largest Stocks of Linoleum — No Job Too Big or Too Small. WE DELIVER ANYWHERE PETEKSEN'S HOME OF QUALITY ITU1IE FENTON, IOWA

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