The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1966 · Page 4
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i j JULY 7, 1966 • 4-Alseno, flo.) Upper D« ifeniiw Eeiwrf*r Publish*! Sy The Upp«r Dftt Mohttl Publishing Co., Algeria, Iowa JOAN ftOUINGffi N«wt Editor 7, Leaf Collection, Ant Farm Make Interesting Hobby Mrs. Florence Behw, left ah*ove, Fe.'iton, displayed her leaf collection *-hile Mrs. U^rer.ce :«V*trvjgh of Lone Rock showed her ajit firrr. !-; the Kosyjth County Commissioners at their meeting last My.vjay :Jght. The ladies are teachers in the Sentral School system and used these educational materials and others obtained «-fiile attending L',e Sj/rL-jgbroofc Conservation Camp June 5 througf, June 25. They attende-i on scholarship provided by the local district. Both ladies harJ taken another course in a prior year at this same earn;/ at Guthrie Center, Iowa. Featured at this session was rocks arid minerals, soil and land management as well as water conservation. INSECTS NEEDN'T BOTHER FARM ANIMALS Geo. Bierstedt And Bride Home And Settled FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. C-r-,rre Arthur Bierstedt are at hv~e at Fento- fallowing a one- T«*k veiling trip to the Wiscon- siri Delis. Tfcey were married •Jur.-s 17 at St. Lake's Lutheran ahur'.h at FaarvilJe, -*1ththeRev. Cii2;.r:3 Bliss performing the ov/r.1% r ir, ? ceremony at' 6:30 p. HI. A recep-'.ion (or 350 ruests f:/Oo-.;-« a{ the West Bend Legion club. Mrs. Bierstedt, the former Karen Louise Banwart, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Banwart of Ottosen, la. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hiltert Bierstedt of Whittemore. Attendants were Kathleen Blair and Gary Berkland. Ushers were Mark Bierstedt, brother of the groom, and Terry Frieden. The bride is a graduate of West Bend Community school, and attended Waldorf College at Forest City. She is employed at Iowa State Bank, West Bend. The groom graduated from Sentral high school at Fenton, attended Emmetsburg Junior College and is now engaged In farming. CES. • STOCK TOX • DAIRY SPRAY • VAPON or CIODRIN • CYGON WE CARRY A COMPLETE SUPPLY OF LIVESTOCK & BUILDING SPRAYS There's one to fit your needs BACK RUBBER MALATION KORLAN STOCK DIP DISINFECTANT FENTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR Your FELCO Cooperative in this Area THE HOTTEST VALUES DEL MONTE Thursday, Friday, Saturday Specials 46 oz. tins TOMATO JUICE. HorSI Marshmallows llb.pkg. We GUM 3pkgs. 10c Mr. G FRENCH FRIES 2 9 oz. pkgs. Betty Crocker CAKE MIXES or FROSTING MIX 3 pkg* $1 MONARCH - King of Canned Goods 303 - cans FRUIT COCKTAIL WHOLE KERNEL CORN FANCY SWEET PEAS FROZEN MONARCH DINNERS.. ': 303 cans 4 303 » cans FREE! 1 Jar French's Mustard with each 1 Ib. pkg. of GLASER'S FRANKS . Ib. 59c REGISTER FOR FREE SAMSONITE CARD TABLE to be given away Saturday Night, July 9 — 8 P.M. PRIEBE S STORE FENTON - PHONE 889-2271 TbursJar aflernoon guests of Mrs. Arnold Hantelman m-ere Mrs. Albert Langerman, Mrs. Lyndon Kerber and Mrs. Elmer Greiuert. The ladies helped Mrs. Hantelman celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Boll- Inger, Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tietz attended a family picnic at Clear Lake on Independence Day. Wednesday erening guests of the Arnold Hantelmans were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and girls. The occasion was Mrs. Hantelman's birthday. Renee Hantelman, daughter of the Arnold Hantelmans, returned home Sinday after a ten-day trip to Portland, Ore. While there she visited with her aunt, uncle and cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Peterson and Kathy, and with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Peterson. She returned to Minneapolis by plane and was met there by her brother, Allen, and Bill Hassel. Stoebers Attend Mpls. Convention Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber of the Stoeber Hardware of Fenton recently returned from Minneapolis, Minn., where they attended the OUR OWN Hardware Summer Convention. Over 8.000 fall and Christmas items were displayed in a 30,000 square foot area, including 1200 toy items. The OUR OWN Hardware Company is owned by the 650 retailers it serves in this 11-state area. Mr. S. P. Duffy, President, and Mr, H. J. Parsinen, General Manager, informed the member dealers of a very successful year to-date and prospects for a good fall and Christmas selling season. Many new items were on display and will be available at Stoebers. TO INDIA A former Waukon girl and her teacher-husband left June 3 for India where he will teach at Gurukul seminary, Madras, India for the next five years. Mrs. James Berqjist is the former Lorraine Harmon, daughter of the Roland Hermans of Waukon. JULY PEC IA "Littla Octopus" Suction Cup SOUP HOLDER Yillow, Pink, Aqua-Reg. 399 iach 68 rubber suction cups o'ip tightly to smooth turfacei-on the shower, tub or link. Helpi keep soap dry. Holds baby'i bowl (irmly to highchair tray. STOEBER HARDWARE [OUR OWN HARDWARE •vii *oa r«Miir MIVICI iroiu YARN SALE! We have discounted ALL YARN PRICES Effective July 11 thru July 16 - Get Your Christmas Knitting Started NOW! Open Sundays 8 A.M. -3PM. Delicious French Fried Chicken Fresh Home-Made Pies and Rolls Daily Ruta'« Yarn & $ w «et $h op Cool & Clean Atmosphere Fenton, Iowa I DON'T MISS IT! See The Finest FEED LOT SYSTEM The CHAIN BUNK CATTLE FEEDER Newest Product .HUDSON PRO-MATIC of Chicago at the FRIDAY JULY FENTON, IOWA Co-op Ei WORKING MODEL ON HAND TO DEMONSTRATE ONLY 13 MINUTES TO FEED 300 HEAD OF CATTLE WITH PERFECTLY BALANCED RATIONS. VOTE"NO Tuesday, July 19, in the Fenton Natural Gas Franchise Election Who says gas is CHEAPER? The FACTS are: 1. Competition among the oil men keeps prices down-while the utility is guaranteed its profit. 2. In the past 10 years natural gas has gone up 20.8% for home heating. Fuel in the same 10 year period has only risen 3.5% in prices. This is at a rate 6 times greater than oil. 3. Despite all claims made by the gas companies, gas heat DOES require service, and it is not free service. 4. Heating with oil gives you the opportunity to deal with a local businessman who is interested in your personal comfort and safety. 5. Investigate the FACTS. The health, safety and comfort of your family, and the size of your fuel bills for all years to come, make this one of the most important decisions you will ever have to make. YOU HAVE A GOOD THING IN OIL HEAT. MERLE VOI6T Phillip's "66" JIM MEYER Standard Oil CLARENCE YAGER Farm Service Co, DALE WEISBROD Sunray D-Z

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