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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 29, 1955
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Ottosen Woman's Brother Drowned In Sea Mishap Arid - I w >y H. D. Benson has that her brother Wls one of eight men --, dfdWiied when a salvage barge capsized and went down off the Snofe of Port Gore near Kodiac, Alaska. He was an employee of the Alutton Salvage CompSfty find IS survived by his wife *fid five children. Details of tHe accident are not known. Surgical Patient Eldon Hundertmark is a surgical patient at Rochester, Minn. Mfs Claude Herrington of Greenville, 111., and Mr and Mrs Willard Herrington of St. Louis, Mo.- visited from Tuesday till Friday at the Mike Coyle home. Christmas Day dinner guests at the Mike Coyle home were Mr and Mrs Dallas Coyie and family of Fairmont, Minn. Mr and Mrs Donald Brandhoij and family of Bradgate were there in the evening ef Christmas Day and Christmas. .Eve. Mr and Mrs Coyle were at the Bernard Coyle home at fSdde. Mir and Mrs Robert McLuen and son Kevin of Union City, New Jersey were holiday visitors at the parental K. R. McLuen home. The visitors came to Des Moines by plane where they were met by Mr find Mrs K. R. McLuen. The same evening all were dinner guests for a pre-Christmas family gathering of Mrs K. R. McLuen's family at he B. N. Curran home in Des Moines. The visitors left Monday for St. Louis for a visit with her mother, Mrs Olive Grumke. A family gathering at the home of Mr and Mrs Earl Olson for dinner Christmas Day included Sonarman Robert Olson and family of New London, Conn., Dr. William Olson and .family' of Charles City and the Marlyn Pflibsen family of Bode. Mr and Mrs John Vinaas and daughter Janice spent overnight Christmas Eve at the Alf Lee home at Britt. Christmas Day Mr ahd Mrs John Vinaas and Janice and Ronald Vihaas and dinner guests at the Thomas Rogness home at Thor. Mr and Mrs Ed Kemna and- family were at the home of her parents-Mr and Mrs John Mersch at Eagle Grove for the family Christmas Day dinner. Monday dinner guests at the Kemna home were Mr and Mrs Bill Kemna and family of Rolfe. Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrspann and family, Mr. and Mrs Ralph Jacobson and family and Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family gathered at the Sylvan Jacobson home for a family dinner Christmas Day. Mr and Mrs Abraham Habeger and Darlene and Lowell the latter a student' at St. Paul, were Thursday evening visitors at the Allah Wehrspann home. '•!' Robert T^ee of Tulsa, Okla. and Willis King of Minneapolis, Minn, spent the Christmas weekend at the Oliver Lee home. Christmas Day Mr and Mrs Willis King and Vickie were dinner guests with his mother, Mrs Gay King at Somers. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and Robert and Terry attended a family gathering at the Harry Dasen home at Bode in the afternoon of Christmas Day. Mr and Mrs Nick DeFrancisco if T)es Moines were Sunday and Monday visitors at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Roy Jacobson. Christmas Day in the afternoon the visitors and Mr and Mrs Jacobson visited with Mrs Jacobson's sister, Mrs Helen Malm at Palmer. Thursday evening guests at the Fred Kampen home for a pre- Christmas get-together were Mr and Mrs Henry Kampen of Cedar Falls and Mr and Mrs Hans Kampen and family of Laurens. Christmas Eve guests at the Kampen home were Mr and Mrs Henry Zinnel and Mrs Anna Leist. Christmas Day dinner guests at the H. D. Benson home were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kee and Charlie Dailey of Clarion, Mr and Mrs Kalvin Henley and family of West Bend, Frank Dodd o'f Gilmore City; Chailene Benson of Titonka and Dean Nilges of Britt. The family of Mr and Mrs Albert Bergum gathered for Christmas Eve supper at the Don Pittman home at Humboldt. Those present were Mr and Mrs Albert Gergum, Mr and Mrs Ravmond Holland and family of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Bernie Bjorn- Spn and family of Bode. Mr and Mrs Peter Enockson were Christinas Day dinner g«ests at the Oscar Oppedahl home. Guests for Christmas Eve dinner at the Knut Oppedahl home were Mrs Bertha Oppedahl of Fort Dodge ana Richard Oppedahl. student at the University of South Dakota at Vermillion; Mr and Mrs Hjarne Oppedahl ant» family of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and family. Pastor and Mrs Harold Moun- tafin and Mrs Helen hasmussen were Christmas Day dinner uests at the Donald Usher home. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem and family were 'Jhnstmas Day can- r guests at the Ed N's.-en' MOTIC West Bend. Christinas Eve yjey were at the homo of her another. Mrs Manda Milsven at Bode for a family set-together. Friday afternoon Mr and Mrs U£m and Randv visited at Jflerle Faulk home at Esther- Mf.|yad Mrs Antone Wacehter a#d fiyinily were present at a J^jjmijy (jMiner at the Henry Dahl- Jg&uafpr home at West Bend Christmas Day in the evening. • ; |fr--.sis4 Mr! > Dt-an TtJluid and family \veVc al a /.muly -,.,thti - ing at the Emil Kuehncst home at Huniboldt Christmas Day. Christmas Eve Mr and Mrs Roy Tel ford ahd Larry were at the Dean Telford home. Mr fcrad Mfs Vincent Salz and family were evening dinner guests at the Charles Sate home at Whittemore Christmas Day. Melvin and Carroll Hagen of Des Moines and Gilford Hill of Veblen, S. D. were visitors Tuesday at the Mofgah Hagen home. That evening Lenhard Holden and Arn Holden of Jamestown, N. D. were visitors there. Christmas Eve Mrs Judith Hoover and Nancy of Bode were visitors at the Morgan Hagen home. Saturday dinner guests at the* Alfred Schultz home were Mr and Mrs Don Blanchard and family and Mrs Maude Blanchard of Lone Rock. Monday Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family visited at the homes of Mrs Hulda Schultz and Mrs Maude Blanchard at Lone Rock. Christmas Eve supper guests at the Olvin HaUg home were .Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Jerry and Mrs Marie Haug of Bode. Christmas Day dinner guests at the Haug home Were Mrs Marie .Haug of Bode and Herman Finstuen of Kinbt'ae, Mihn. , The family of Mr, ahd .Mrs Oliver Kinseth gathered Monday for their Christmas Day dinner at the Kinseth, norrte. Those present Were Mr and Mrs Robert Naeve and son of Dakota City, Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth ahd Susan of Algeria; Mrs James Barber and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs OlVin Haug ahd family and Mr and -Mrs Richard Kinseth and family. Mr Barber is a surgical patient at-Rochester, Minn, and could not be present. Mr and Mrs Loran Daniel and family spent overnight Christmas Eve at the Keith Daniel home at Boxholm and were Christmas 'Day dinner guests at the home" of Mrs Leona- Daniel in Humboldt. The Holt family gathered at the Floyd Holts, Algona, the evening of Christmas Day for their get- together. Those . present were Mr and Mrs Merle Holt and family, Mr and Mrs Loran Daniel and family, Margaret Holt and Mr and Mrs Bernard Jacobs and family of Bradgate Mrs Hattie Daniel spent from Wednesday until Monday at the horne of Mrs Leona Daniel in Humboldt. Mr and .Mrs Roy Enock4<Jn and Barbara and Merland -Anderson were Christmas Day dinner guests at, the Lowell Shelgren home at Gilmore City. Monday Mrs Earl Cobb of West Bend was a • visitor at the Roy, Enockson home. • • Mrs Myra McNitt and son James, a student at Cedar Falls spent the weekend at Geneva with Mrs McNitts sister and family. . Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards nt-, tended a family dinner at the Home oT Mr and Mrs Will Sittler in Humboldt Christmas Day. Others present included Mr and Mrs William Podcrbarac and daughter Katherine of D e s Moines, Mr and Mrs John Lm- augh of Rochester, Minn, and Cecil Simmons of Walnut Grove, Minn. Mr and Mrs Duane Kropf and David of Creston came Friday evening for a visit at the Sam Kropf and Richard Kropf homes over Christmas. Christmas Eve the Duane Kropfs and Richard Kropfs were at a family gathering at the Clarence Skattabo home at Wallingford. In the evening of Christrnas Day, the Kropfs gathered at the Harold Kropf home at Dakota City. Mrs Sam Kropf has been at the Harold Kropf home taking care of the household duties while Mrs Harold Kropf is a surgical patient at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius visited at the homes of Mrs Cora Bacon and Frank Hofius in Algona Satuiday. Christmas Day Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius and Mr and Mrs Knut Oppedahl and family were dinner guests at. the Alf Leu home at Britt. Christmas -Day dinner guests at the Chester Alme home were Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and family of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family. Monday evening the family of Mr and Mrs Magnus Bratland gathered at the Bratland home for their Christmas dinner. They include Mr and Mrs Richard Christianson and Mr and Mrs Sherman Silbaugh and Vickie of .Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Harold Dale and Debbie of Dakota Citv and Mrs Mina Wehrspann. The family of Mrs Essie Cooper gathered Christinas Day for dinner at her home. They included Mr and Mrs Ralph Cooper and family of Sutherland, Mr and Mrs Holland Fevold of Humbolcjt, Mr and Mrs Clyde Cooper and family of Bode, Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper and family and Mr •-•nd Mrs Hollis Cooper and family. Mr and Mrs Olaf Bruvik and son Curtis were present at the family dinner at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs John Haneon at Huniboldt Christmas Day. That evening the Bruviks visited at the home of Mrs Dorothy Malkmut; at Livermoie. Mr and Mrs DeVere Newton and family were at the home of her mother, Mrs S. Lenning at Dakota City for a family dinner Christmas Eve and Christinas Day were dinner guests al the Lester Newton home at Hum- Ij'.'i.dl. Mr and Mrs ttolHs C0oft6f find family we're present fof the fam* ily gathering at the home 1 <ti hfif folks, Mf and Mrs Alfred Jen* sen at Rodman Monday. Wednesday evening visitors at the Cooper home were Mf and Mrs MaDean LudWig" ahd family of West" Bend. Christmas Day dinner guests at the Edward Zinnel home were Mr and Mrs Roy Telford and Larry and LeRoy Worby. Christmas Eve Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie Ann and Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson attended the program at Peace Lutheran Church at West Bend. Leslie took part in the program. Following" the program the Louis Jacobson family were visitors at the Zinnel home. Mr and Mrs W. G. Cooper and Mrs Helen Campbell were Christmas Day dinner gilests at the Ernest Enockson home at Humboldt. Others who were there were Mr ahd Mrs Howard Klein and Michael of Lincoln, Neb., Mr and Mrs Keith Cooper and family of Webster City and Mr and" Mrs Russell Cooper of Humboldt. Christinas Eve Mr and Mrs Earl Long and Marilyn were visitors at the Arnold Bratland home at Bode. Christmas Day they and Mr and Mi's Charles Spurlock of Sutherland were at the Bratland home for dinner. Mr and Mrs Howard Heilick- son attended funeral services for Mr Hellickson's aunt. Mrs Frank Helvick at Forest City Tuesday. Wednesday Mr and Mrs" Helliclk- son and Carol and Betty Jonta spent the day at Marshalltown with Nancy Hellickson as she could not be home for 'Christmas. Sunday the Howard 'Mell- icksons and the Glen Hellickson family were at the home of Mfs Hannah Hellickson at Hatdy for Christmas dinner. Coming Events Tuesday. Janl 3 — School resumes; PTA. Wednesday, Jan. 4 — St. John's Ladies Aid. Thursday, Jan. 5 — Fairville Aid; W.S.C.S. Archie Voigts Observe Silver Wedding, Dec. 21 Whittemore — Mr- and Mrs Archie Voigt celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Wednesday evening, Dec.. 21, with open house at l p.m. Over 95 relatives sand friends of Mr and Mrs Voigt were present to congratulate them at the home. Mr and Mrs Voigt were married Dec. 21, 1930, by the late Rev. Edward Fiene, then pastor of Immanuel Lutheran church in Lotts Creek. They'started farming five miles southeast of Whittemore on the home farm. Ten years later in 1940 'Mr Voig't bought the Henry Felder acreage and home just north of tfje creamery where they have lived for the past 15 years. They are the parents of one son James now at home. Their attendants, Mrs Arnold Wagner and Tietz, were both present. Kitchen helpers were Mrs Gerald Ollom, Mrs Wade Hanson of Algona, Mrs Marion Hyink, Mrs Theodore Bierstcd, Mrs Harold Kuecker. -Dining helpers were Laura Broesder, Algona, and Mrs Harold Voigt of Algona. Rosella Voigt of Algona had charge of the guest book. Gerald Ollom, Wade Hanson, and Harold Voigt, of Algona, and Marion Hyink, were refreshment servers. Mr and Mrs Voigt wish to extend their heartiest thanks to their many friends for the many gifts presented them. Court Judgment Only new district court record filed this week was a default judgment from U.S. District court of S276.76 in a matter of the U.S. vs. Wm. N. Boldridge. BURNED At Osceloa, Gerald Crawford was seriously burned when he fell against a hot stove during a seizure. The interior of the room was badly burned and Crawford was barely able to crawl from the house. DID NOT CHOOSE At Danbury, former publisher Fred Freeman was elected mayor as a "write-in" candidate. But he has refused the office. ADVERTISING in the Algoni Upper Des Moines reaches more families in Kossuth county than tay other publication Fenton P. T. A. Will Meet Jan. 3; Plan Health Talk Fenian — The January meeting of the Fenton PTA will 'be held Tuesday evening, Jan. 3rd. Those in charge of the program will be Mr and Mrs John Bailey, chairmen; Mr and Mrs Qilbejft Saxton and Mr and Mrs Oliver Stoeber. Several rnusical selfec- tions by the local students «fill be presented, and the speaker of the evening will be Dr.-W. ; W. Jolley, who will give* a health talk. Serving committee on the refreshment will be Mesdi»fnes Duane Widdel, chairman Edwin Uthof, Calvin Vaudt, Merle Voigt, Walter Wegener, Harold Wehrspan, Dale Weisbrod* .Donald Weisbrod, LesteY WeisbrOd, Lyle Weisbrod, Ed\yin Wichtendahl, Willmer WJchtendahl ,and George Wolter; r and William Voigt. ' Silver Wedding * . Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller/.Were pleasantly surprised Friday when a number > of relatives arrived to help them observe''their Silver Wedding anniversary. The guests arrived just.before hoOri \?ilh well filled baskets f6r the dinner. /•/••«. , :' • Guests Were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Veer Jf. afid family of'AdAms, Minn., Mr and Mrs (3eorge Been- * 4 * to , i ir i » " *4-. ; ,5 ken and Mr an «-Gei ich.Mi rs Vfernoh . Beenken arid f am/uy" of Elmore, Minh., Mr and Mrs --John Miller and family of Britt,' Mr and Mrs George Ricks and'pofis and- Marvin Strobel, Mr and Mrs MelVin Ricklefs and Larry of -Titonka. Mr artd Mrs Paul Wihter and Julia of; Lakota and -Ben aftd Louise Miller of . Wodenj Iowa. / A three tiered cake was made for the occasion- by theif daU l«l lei tor, Mrs-Paul Winter,* The: Millers received rrtany nice gifts. /' Independent* Mixers' ' v ' •The Independence Mixers Christmas meeting Was held nt Ihe home . of • Mrs Joy Jensvold. Mrs Eldon Rhodes . wa^,,the co- Hostess. Eighteen- wofhen 1 answered, roll call by tellihi ;^hat they wanted for Chrfttfnas." ; ; : • A donation : of '-$.12.J20'' will : be sent by the club to • the Christ- m&s fund for" needy^-Palo Alto County families. The Pennies for Friendship collection • was 65c. Mrg Everett Hartmah and Mrs Arner Cody had charge of the entertainment and ,the candy, cooky and 'recipe exchange. .' ' Mrs Eugene. Huskamp led th,c group in singing Chri'sfmas caf- ols. ' . The ; . . was beautifully de- Mr ahd Mrs Dale Weisbrod and girls, and Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt and family were guests Christmas Day of Mr and Mrs Art Voigt. Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz entertained at dinner Christmas day, Mr and Mrs Karl Schwartz of Rockwell City, Mr and Mrs Robert Schwartz and Roberta arid Mrs Ray Sperbeck of Swea City and Miss Edith Laage, the latter who is spending her Christmas vacation here. The Karl Schwartz' Were guests here from Saturday afternoon to Sunday evening. Christmas Day dinner and supper guests in the Arnold Hantelman home were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hantelman and Charles of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Everett Klocko of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Olaf Norland and family, Mr and Mrs Eldon Hantelman and family, Frank Humphery, Dr. and Mrs John Waite and family. Mr and Mrs John Theesfield entertained at an evening dinner on Christmas Day, Mr and Mrs Floyd Torkelson and sons, Larry and Marlin of Bode, Mrs Lena Zumach and Mr and Mrs Alvin Zumach and Gary. •Mr and Mrs Webber Yager were Christmas Day dinner guests in the Clarence Yager home. Mr and Mrs Chris Templin of HuTtahison, Minn., were guests in the Henry Schulte home Sunday to Tuesday of this week. Mr and Mrs Howard Schulte and boys were also Monday evening guests. Guests of Mrs Kate Wegener at Algona on Christmas Day were Mr and Mrs C. F. Wegener, Mr and Mrs Marlin Wegener, Mr and Mrs Ervin Johnson, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and family, Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and family, Mr and Mrs Forrest Hannifan and Barbara of Dysart. Mr and Mrs Charles Feye and girls joined the group for the afternoon and .supper. Mr and Mrs W. E. Laage and boys were Christmas Day guests in the home of Mrs Henry Tjaden at Algona. Mrs Jessie Newel and Beth Ann, Mrs Florence Behne and Janet and Mrs R. C. Goetsch were Christmas Day guests in the home of Miss Agnes Goetsch. Mr and Mrs Art Voigt went to Grove City, Minn.. Tuesday to spend several days with the Ar,lo Voigt family. , t Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz, Mr and Mrs Karl Schwartz of Rockwell City, and Miss Edith Laage of Des Moines were Christmas Eve guests in the Robert corated with a Christmas center piece. Red and ribbon sandwiches, 'fancy cookies and snowballs were on the nHenu. Mrs Schwartz home at Swea City. Harry Barkve poured.; ~~ T -"~ '"-" *-'- *"' " Following'Candle Lighting services, on Christmas/ Eve, Mr an<3 Mrs .Ray Stpebcr, Mr and Mrs Oliver Stoe,ber and family and Mr ahd Mrs J.. Wallace .'Smith and boys were guests in tjjie Wilfred Stoeber home for refresh- ments'and their Christmas gift exchange. " • The Fenton Boy Scout* enjoyed a Christmas party" with gift exchange Thursday evening of last week. Their Scout Master, Gilbert Scribner,: treated the boys to ice cream and coke. Enjoying a family dinner at the Martin Hantelmnn htmio on Christmas Day were Mr and Mrs William Hantelmari, and family, Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn and Mr and Mrs Gerhart Hantelman, Eunice and Paul. Mr and Mrs Mei;le Voigt and family joined the group for supper. . Mrs Amanda Kern entertained at a Christmas dinner, Mr and Mrs Dean Ncllis pf Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Dcrwood Kern, Mr and Mrs Jay Woods of Jefferson, Walter Weisbrpd of 'Good Hops, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family and Mr and Mrs Clarenpe Yager and boys. The Melvin Kern family of Algona, were unable to attend because of illness in the family. Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe, Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Art Tictz of Lakota and Mr and Mrs J.ack Tieman of Burt were Christmas Day guests in the Frank Dreyer home at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Hvnry Wilberg and boys and Mr and Mrs Robert Berkeland and boys were among those attending a Wilberg family gathering on Christmas Day at the Rueben Larson home at Armstrong. FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE . WAILACI StVilTH Af *nt WEISBROO Implement Company JOHK DEtRE PEAIEI Phont 9 l*i. Ptont *Q HANT6LMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building PHONE 1?5 or 17 Dr. E. W. JtUfkt OENTIfT O«!<« Phort* 79 HANTEIMAN'S OARAGE Auto § Tr*ctor Itpair* FINTQN, IA. HOME CAFE Up Roy, Prop. Nome Cooked Meals Dr. John Waile took his mother, Mrs Ella Waite to Duluth, Minn., last week. She will spend several months with her two sisters and a brother at Duluth. Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe. Mr and Mrs Henry.Tieman, Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Art Tietz of Lakota were Monday evening guests in the Jack Tieman home at Burt in observance of Terry's birthday. Mrs Arnold Krause is a patient at St. Ann's Hospital in Algona after suffering a stroke this past week. Following the Candle Lighting Services on Christmas Eve, Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod entertained, Mr and Mrs Art Voigt, Mr and Mrs Dale-Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Dcrwood Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Lyle Weisbrod and family and Mr and Mrs Charles Weisbrod. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara attended a family gathering on Christmas Day in the Clyde Gilbaugh Jr. home at Fairmont. Mf and Mfs Roelf Millet and Ruth w.ere Christmas Day guests in the Melvin Ricklefs home at Titonka. They also visited with Mrs Heiko Adams, Delia and Marion at 'Buffalo Center. Mf and Mrs Paul Voigt and family left Monday to visit relatives in southern Texas. Mr and Mrs Charles Feye and Mr and Mrs Carl Feye drove to Scribner, Nebr., Monday to attend funeral services on Tuesday for Henry Maase. They returned home Wednesday. Karen and Beth Ann Feye stayed with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener durir.g their parents absence. Others frorh this vicinity attending the funeral were Mrs Everett Dreyer, Mr and Mrs John Kohlwes and Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohlwes. The deceased was a brother of Mrs John Kohlwes. Christmas Day dinnef guests in the Don Weisbrod home were Mr and Mrs Bob Chestnutwood and son Donnie of Winterset, Mrs Yelma Rave, Donald and David of Orange City and Mr artd Mrs Will Weibrod and Miss Florence Weisbrod. The Chestnutwoods came Christmas eve and Mrs Chestnutwood and son are remaining for a week's visit in the parental Weisbrod home. Mr and Mrs George Murphy entertained at dinner Christmas Day, Mrs Rita Eigler, Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler, Sharon and Judy. Mr and Mrs Oliver Stoeber and family visited with Mrs John Verbrugge and the Ray Verbrugge family at Armstrong Saturday. Guests in the John Kohlwes home on Christmas night were Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger and Mr and Mrs Paul Ejg- Icr, Sharon and Judy. Mr and Mrs Don Steinberger and family were Christmas Day guests in the E. M. Danielson home at Armstrong. They were supper and evening guests in the John Carroll home at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Harold Derksen and children of Heron Lake, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Gilbert Scribner Jr., were Christmas Day dinner guests in the Oscar Sorenson home. ' Mr and Mrs Folkert Winter and Phillip of Buffalo Center and Mr and Mrs Paul Winter and Julia of Lakota were Monday evening guests in the Roelf Miller home. Enjoying a'Chrisimas dinner at the Maynard Nemitz home on Monday were Mr and Mrs Arnold Meyer and Melvin. Mr and Mrs Gerald Meyer and Steven, Mr and Mrs "Fritz Meyer, Juanita, Jerry and Marilyn of Algopn and Mr and Mrs James Meyer of MasonJ. „•' ;,,. ..... . , , ; .\ Dinner guests in thevDuane THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPE! • Fenton, Iowa ! Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phono FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 ...for all your needs We're ready at all times to help every member of this community wilh loans for all needs, savings plans and all bank services. May we assist you too, soon? . Savings Are* Important For Your Future! And, important to local progress! This helps us make loans to responsible borrowers, building soundly in this community for your future 1 It's Good Business To Pay Bills By Bank Check Your cancelled checH for payment—whether for business py household bills — is your permanent recepit. Open A convenient checking account, here! First Trust & Savings Bank . Fenton and Armstrong, Iowa Widdel home on 'Monday were Mr and Mrs Don Steinberger, Mr and Mrs Otis Opsal, Mr and Mrs Kichard Krumm and family, Mr ahd Mrs Ray Sanders, Mr and Mrs Merlin Asklahd, and Miss Marlene Askland all of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Orville Opsal of Ceylon, Minn., and Mr ar-d Mrs John Carroll of Estherville. Mf and Mrs Don Sleinbercrer and boys were Christmas Eve guests of Mrs Elsie Steinberger at Blue Earth, Minn. Christmas bay guests in ihe Clifford Douglas home were Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys, Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and girls, and William Voigt, Lois and Peggy. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT I T Fenton Man Ends Military Course FOftf SILL, OKLA. — Army Pvt. Donald D. DeSart, 22, son of Mr and Mrs Scott E. DeSart, Fenton, Iowa, recently completed the track vehicle maintenance course at The Artillery and Guided Missile Center, Fort Sill, Okln. The ten-week course trained Private DeSart as a specialist in the performance of organizational maintenance on track vehicles used in artillery units. DeSart entered the Army j n April 1955 and received basic training at Camp Chaffee. Ark He is a 1951 graduate of Etn- metsburR Junior College. McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING "We Sell, Install or Service" FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES PHONE 120 or 111 FENTON Farmers Attention! TRACTOR SPECIAL We Will Haul In Your Tractor ——F We Will Steam-Clean Tractor FR On Tractor Overhaul Jobs NOW - And To Jan. 15 f. n °. pb "?9 »» »n »o our shop FREE, we will steam-clean !L f a » ~~ S" a U overhaul J° b un«il January 15. Avoid the later rush and save yourself money. Call us nowl Weisbrod Implement PHONE 3 FENTON, IOWA You need MILK... YOU NEVER OUTGROW YOUR NEED TOR MILK 'I.L LOOK BETTFB, fed better, actually be better Fenton Co-Op. Creamery "A Good Creamery In A Good Town" Fenton, lowg

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