The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 2, 1958 · Page 5
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MIS, AHOftH Ntvw fdltar Itepinrier January % 1958 By 1h« Upp«f 0<H MDtfttt Co , Alfldrtn, Lumber Yard At Fenton In Expansion Program Fenton —* Expansion df the F enlStt Lumbelf Go* yard is now in progress, with construction' of a new office and an enclosed driveway. Concrete fdtirodatiohs for the office portieh Were poUred some months back when the first construction, bt the yard ttook place. A temporary office had been 9et up in the meantime in the lumber shed 'itself. ' > -i' The Fenton. Lum>ber Co. owhed by* Martin and Bill Hahtelman. and managed by Gilbert Scrib- her Jr., replaced the forme: Thompson Yards Which \\fas destroyed by fire early last summen Guests in th* Fred Mortenson home .last .Sunday for a family Cflristmas dinner were Mt and Mrs It. FVLSabfe,! Amanda iSchutt; 1 Mr and ; Mrs 'Wilfred La'am arid family, Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs and Diane, Mr and Mrs Clifford. Haase and family of Algorta, Mr* and Mrs Virgil Wolfe and'farnHly of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Dari-el; Householder of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Delond Bolte and family and Carl Mortenson. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara were Christmas Eve dinner guests in the Henry Wilberg home. • Rdnald Mortenson left fhurt- day for Norfolk, Va., after spending l a two week furlough in the parental Fred Mortenso/i home. He accompanied a friertd from Nebraska, s ,and they fnade the- trip by "car.' ' ' Mr and Mrs Albert Schwar- zenback and Karen were Sunday evening guests in the Frank Eisle home at Whiltemore. ,, Mr and, Mrs Robert Jacobson of Mallard^ are parents of a daughter' tforn Friday, Dec. 27 She has been named Sheryl Nadine. Mr and Mrs Curtis Ol:Sen of Fen 1m a|e v maternal ?gr and 'parents. S|flh«l"ay/ ' : IMr ,sfnd Mrs Olsen and *Mr' ''and, Mrs{ Gerald Beaver of Ringsted visited with Mrs Jacobson. at the hospital. Cynthia Jacbfcson returned home with the. OjsMs and will spend the remainder of the week here Mr and Mrs S. E. Siraley and Audra Kae visited in the Donald Void home at Lake Mills, Satur- FURNACES - DEEP & SHALLOW WELL SYSTEMS - PLUMBING SUPPLIES PLUMBING * HEATING • WIRING WE SELL - SERVICE - INSTALL MGFALL& Phone 159 — Fenton Has the battery buy! ATLAS None Better — None More Reasonably Priced - Just Ask Us For Details. • Guaranteed for 4 full years • Faster starting in any weather • Extra long life and reserve power • Perma-Ful Protection ... needs refilling only 3 times a year See Us Before You Buy Any Battery HANSEN'S STANDARD SERVICE in FENTON STOP Laying Slumps Due to Colds, Low Resistance, Blue Comb, JUST ADD Nutritional Deficiencies VITA-ZIP To The Drinking Water Don't Change Feed 9 Makes Droopy Hens Lay, Eggs Like Crazy! INTRODUCTORY OFFER FREE 25c Off Per Can of V I f A * Z I P with this coupon FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR CO. (50-4) day. Mr and Mrs Burnett* ttvlfti o* Davenport Spent the weekend in the parental Gerhard Hantelman hfime. Also Sunday guests in the Hantelman home were Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and fam^ ily. The occasion was in honor ol Mrs Voigt's birthday. Mr and Mrs Arnold Hansen and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Peter Hansen home in Ringsted. Audra Kae Siraley °* Fairmont and Lyle Hansen were Christmas day guests in the S, E. Straley home. Mr and Mrs frank Dreyer entertained at dinner New Years day* Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman, Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Jack Tienian and Terry of Burt and Mr ana Mrs Art Tietz of Lakota. Marilyn Jenlt, who it employed at Indianapolis, spent her Christmas vacation in the parental George Jentz home. She left Sunday to return to Indianapolis. , Mr and Mrs William Hantelman spent this past weekend in the parental W. B. Schmidtke home at Morristown, Minn. Vincent Will of Moline, 111. was a guest in the Kenneth Halverson home Thursday and Friday of this past week. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn spent from Friday to Sunday in Minneapolis. While there, they attended the wedding of a friend. Saturday evening dinner guests in the Morris Mitchell home were Mr and Mrs Arnold Haller and family of Marble Rock, Mr and Mrs Chester Skaar and family of Prinighar, Mr and Mrs Harlan Baustian of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Herman Norland and Charles, Rachel Norland, Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell, and Anna Marie, and Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood and girls. Members of St. John Lutheran church at Depew hdnored their pastor and his family, the Rev. H. L. Norheim at a dinner Sunday evening. Following the dinner a program was presented. Rev. Norheim and his family leave this week for their new home in Illinois. Mr and Mrs Eryin Kassulki and family of Truimph, Minn. were guests in the Raymond Stoeber home Saturday evening through Sunday. Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel and family and Mr and Mrs Don Steinber-ger and family were guests at a Christmas dinner Sunday in the Richard Krumm home at Armstrong. Mr and Mrs George Jentz and Marilyn were Christmas day 1 guests in the Harvey Higley , home at Fairmont. ! Mr and Mrs L. J. Waisbiod entertained at dinner Christmas day, Mr and Mrs Dave NewelJ and Curt of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer. Mr and Mrs Warren Jones and family spent their Christmas vacation in the L. F. Melton home at Palo, Iowa. Mr and Mrs L. J". Reed of Algona, Lyle Bassett and Timmy of Spirit Lake and Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoeber were guests of Mr and Mrs Arvid Dennis and family in St. Paul for Christmas They drove to the cities on the 24th and returned the 26th. Timmy Bassett remained for a visit in the 1 Stoeber home until Sunday. Mr and Mrs Webber Yager and Mrs Amanda Kern were dinner guests on Christmas eve and also Christmas day in the Clarence Yager homo. William Voigt, Lois and Peggy were Sunday dinner guests in the Clifford Douglas home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Underwood Vere hosts to the Homebuilders Sunday School class at a New Years Eve Watch party. Mr and Mrs Rex Swanson and family of Whittcmore were Thursday evening guests in the Don Steinberger home. Mr and Mrs Gerald Jentz and Mr and Mrs George Jentz and Marilyn were Friday dinner guests of Mrs and Mrs Mervin Jentz and family." Mr and Mrs Charles Newel entertained at an early Christmas dinner on Tuesday, Nov. 24 Mr and Mrs Lyle Newel and family, and Mr and Mrs Richard McCarty and family of Hartley. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara were Saturday and Sunday guests of Rev. and Mrs Roy Hagen and family in Minneapolis. The Hagens have spent the past year on furlough in the states, and will leave soon to return as missionaries to the Nepel people in north India. Mr and M.TS H'enry Wilberg and boys were Sunday guests in the Lauritz Nelson home at Goldfield. Christmas Day guests in the N .W. Ruske home were Miss LuAnn Olson, Mrs George Huisman of Spencer and Mr and Mrs Robert Morris of St. Paul. Mr and Mrs Ward Ruske of Cedar Rapids spent several days in the parental Ruske home. • Mr and Mrs Roelf. Miller and Ruth were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Paul Winter home at Lakota. Mr and Mrs Don Berkjand entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner on Thursday, Dec. 26th. Guests were Mr and Mrs Fred Jentz and Jim and Mr and Mrs George Jentz and Marilyn. Mr and Mr* Arnold Hansen and family spent New Years day in the E. F. Newel home at Sioux Center. Douglas Newel who has Ringsted Couple Observe Golden Wedding, Dec. 22 Ringsted — Mr and Mrs Albert C. Nielsen observed their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, Dec. 22, at St. John's Lutheran church parish hall of Ringsted of which they have been members all their lives. Albert C. Nielsen, a land owner in Denmark township in Emmet County, was born in Clinton. Iowa, March 9, 1H81. At the age of one year he moved with his; parents to Denmark township. This region at that time was |just being opened to white settlement. In fact, Mr Nielsen's folks were the third family to locate in that township. AJbcrl has a sister, Mrs Fred C. Pietcr- sen, Carrie, and a brother. George, (deceased). Albert attended the district school during the winter months until the agi of seventeen. He worked with his father until the Jailer retired. After Albert grew up to young manhood he was. united in mar- been visiting in the Hanson home returned to his home al this time and Randa Hanson, visiting in the Newel home, returned to Fenton with her parents. Sunday evening, Jan. 5, marks the beginning of a special School of Mission meetings to be held at the local Methodist church. The meetings will begin at 7 p.m. and everyone is invited riago to Anna M. Slmmonsen from Grnctt'muer. Iowa. Her parents, Simon K. Simonsen and his wife Margaret, brought their family from Denmark, to the United Slates in the year 11U17. Anna at that time was eight months old. She was only four years old when her mother passed away, leaving Anna and her young brother lianas motherless Anna was brought up by Lart Chrislensen and his wife, whi also lived at GraeUingor. Since their marriage they have been blessed with three sons and two daughters: Ervin, farming near Ringsted in Kossulh county; Molvin, who farms the old homestead'; Harold, who is farming near Blooming Prairie, Minn.; Elaine, pasw.-d away al the age of six months; ;md Mrs Dunne I,af- I'ey (Dorothy), lives with hei family at Ilawihorn, Calif., when Duane is employed as an electrical engineer. Mr and Mrs Al bert. Nielsen are living in Ring sled and they arc leading a very active life in their retirement (UDM Engraving) Thurtday, Jan. 2, 1958 Algona (la.) Upptr De» Molnet-3 Digestive Attack Hits Fenton Man Hoy Peterson, Fenton furniture! denier, vvns rushed to Holy Family hospital in Esthervillo last Fridny nftor nn aetlte digestive attack following by n few hours the return of the family from n trip to Knnflsis Cilv. Roy wns hospitalized ovci'- niKhl, nfter emergency treatment in Fenton by Dr. Jolley, and was back on the job Saturday. Roy's parents, Mr and Mrs L. A, Peterson of llingstod, hnct neeompnniud llit-in to Kansas City. Christmas Day guests in fho Roclf Miller home wore Mr and Mrs Carl Veen; und family of Rochester, Minn., Mr and Mrs Molvin Ricklef and family of Ti- lonka and Mr and Mrs Paul Winter and family of LaUota. Mr and Mrs Elwin Schlei and family wore Christmas day dinner Kuosts of thp Clarence Strueekers in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Marold Schlei and Stephen and Mr and Mrs Ed Schlei were Christmas day dinner 'guests of the Ed Zwiefoi fnmily at Titonka. Coming £ vents Thursday, Jan. 2 — W.S.C.S.: Fairville Aid Koeiety. Thursday, Jan. !) --- Bertha Circle; Rose Circle; Dopew Fellowship Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club. i A truly Scandinavian Christinas feast was held at the Bert Larson homo, Swea City, Friday night. . Many Norwegian delicacies were featured, and the crowd ale, among other things, 2!) pounds-of hitefisk . THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL , lew* Experienced Embalmer* and Funeral Directors (tellable 24 Hour Ambulance Scrvlc* Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidtnce Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 Joyce Voigt Of Fenton Engaged Mr and Mrs Paul Voigt of Fenton announce the engagement of their daughter, Joyce, pictured above ,to Roger L. Robbins, soi, of Mr and Mrs Don Robbins oi Malvern. The bride-elect is attending Iowa State College. An early summer wedding it planned. (UDM engraving). Kingscrost seed plants more evenly because it's "PLANTER PLATE GRADED" ORDER YOUR) KINGSCROST NOW FENTON Co-op Elevator FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUIlOINn SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair* FENTON, IA. Phone 803 LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker 'And Auction Service Fenton, Iowa CENTRAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. of Des Moines Monlhly. Quarterly, Semi or Annual Life Ins. Pymts. KAYE C. RUSKE o DISCOUNT ON ALL DRY GOODS! Buy One, Get Another One Free In This Special Merchandise Section During January Sale IT WILL PAY YOU TO STOP IN - AND We Mean "Discount - SEE FOR YOURSELF! FENTON, IOWA 9 DATE:Jan.lO, TI Mi: 10:30 A, M, PLACE: Community Center FREE LUNCH AT NOON - BE OUR GUEST WEISBROD IMPLEMENT C FENTON, IOWA

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