The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1966 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1966
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Chicago Girl A June Bride Of Fenfonite FENTON- Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Freyholtz announce the marriage of their son, Jerry, to Miss Carol Pomerpy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pomeroy of Chicago, Illinois. The wedding took place on June 4 in Chicago. The couple are now living in Chicago. On August 19 they will be moving to Beaverton, Oregon, where both will be beginning teaching positions in Lutheran schools. - o Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw and boys spent the weekend visiting JEANETTE'S USED CLOTHING Fenton, Iowa '/2 PRICE SALE Starts 10:30 A.M. July 14th Open Tues. - Sat. Sat. Nite 7 - 9 Season Ends July 27th Crops Are Looking Good What About Harvesting? let Show You The Allis-Chalmers We now have an interest waiver until November 1 on all tractor sales, and to October 1 on all GLEANER sales. We'd like to tell you more I FENTON MOTOR CO. ^ On Hy. 44 in Fenton £\ ALLIS-CHALMERS SERVICE AND SALES 1 with Mrs. Howard Rabey and family at Cedar Falls. John remained with the Rabeys for a visit. Mrs. E. Frank returned home with the Shaws after having spent the last week with the Rabeys. A short program of devotions, music, and poems was presented at Turtles Rest Home in Armstrong by members of a Circle when Myrtle Baago, Virginia Weisbrod, Marj Weisbrod, Helen Yager, Retta Eigler, Maxine Osborn and Dort Ranney entertained the patients and treated them to homemade bars and coffee recently. Members of the Methodist congregation residing at the Home Include Blanch Huskamp, Helen Widdel, Mary C. Hansen, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner. Mrs. Olga Huskamp has just recently moved to the Good Samaritan home in Algona. That evening Rev. Eldridge held the services for the patients. Kathryn Ditsworth played the piano and Nadine Weisbrod sang "How Great Thou Art". Mrs. Jessie Jentz recently spent the weekend with her son and daughter-in-law, the William Jentzs, at the Methodist Camp Grounds at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls were Friday evening guests of the Eulan Schuellers of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. John Hantleman and girls of Waverly were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn. Also accompaning them was a seven-year-old Negro girl from Chicago, Illinois. Sunday evening picnic. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger and family of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Gene. Tietz and Michael, Mr. Harvey Bollinger, Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls and Mrs. Mar- gurlete Weisbrod. Mrs. Jerry Walte had as guests Mrs. Victor Dreyer and Cindy, Mrs. Bernle Kramer and family, Mrs., John V/aite and girls and . Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls on Thursday afternoon. The occasion was to celebrate Tammy Waite's sixth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sewart of Minneapolis were Sunday to Tuesday. houseguests of the Wilfred Stoebers last week. On Sunday the Sewarts, Stoebers, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber visited with Mrs. Gladys Smith, Chan and Jim at their cabin at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Restler of Wilmar, Minnesota were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan. The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met for its July meeting at the home of Mrs. Ed Bruhn. Mrs, Harson and Mrs. Holmgram of Lone Rock and Mrs. Norman Larson and Mary Lou were guests Thursday, Friday, Saturday Specials g| P R I E B E ' S JENTOI MONARCH FROZEN T-V DINNERS 3 for $1.00 And We'll Try Not To Run Out This Week NEW — Delicious Chocolate Drink by General Foods GREAT SHAKES with shaker 3 for HILEX . gal 59c DEL MONTE CATSUP . . 2 tt£ 3k MONARCH (Halves) PEARS • * « •*«* 3 No21/s „ j cans VAN CAMP'S PORK & BEANS 5 No. 2 cans JACK SPRAT TOP VALU AT ONE FREE WITH EACH PKG. OF 4 REGULAR PRICE! CREAM REGISTER FOR FREE SAMSONITE CARD TABLE tp be given away Saturday Night, July 16 — 8 P,M, Louis Seegebarth got the one last week. PRIEBE S STORE FENTON - PHONE 889-2271 Minnesota Girl August Bride Of Fenton Man GLORIA ANN COLGROVE FENTON- Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Colgrove of Remer, Minnesota, announce the engagement and forth-coming marriage of their daughter, Gloria Ann to Jerome Lee Zwlefel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zwiefel of Fenton. Gloria Is a graduate of Northwestern Hospital School of Nursing in Minneapolis and at present is a surgical nurse at Northwestern hospital. Jerome is a graduate of Mankato State College and will teach Industrial Arts at West Bend this fall. The wedding will be on August 13 at Remer Lutheran church, Remer, Minnesota. Weekend guests of the Ray Zwiefels were Gloria Colgrove and Janean and Daryle Zwiefel. Janean and Daryle are both attending summer sessions at Mankato State College. Jerome Zwiefel and Miss Colgrove attended a wedding at St. Peter on Saturday evening. in the group. Miss Larson gave a talk on her trip to Hawkeye Girl's State. The next meeting of the group will be a picnic at the home of Mrs. Clarence Osborn. The WSCS of the Fenton Methodist church met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs,. Wilfred Stoeber in charge of the devotions and Mrs. Derwood Volgt conducting the program. Items needed by the group for quilts Include yard goods or scrap of material 4 inches square, money, sheet blankets and time to sew. Contributions should be given to Lois Volgt, or left at the parsonage or the church kitchen. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Hans Baago, Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and Mrs. James Laabs. St. John's Aid To Host 4 Towns FENTON- The Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran church In Fenton met Wednesday with Rev. Spice r leading the devotions and giving the topic "The Bible and Science". The ladies voted to have a guest day in September and to invite the following Aids from: Lotts Creek, Swea City, Burt and Fairville. The speaker for the day will be Mr. Blobaum from Fort Dodge. Delegates named from the group for the LWML Convention to be held at Lake Okoboji on August 1-3 were Mrs. Ernest Votteler and Mrs. Walter Jentz. Alternates named were Mrs. Frank Dreyer and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. George Jentz, Mrs. Walter Jentz and Mrs. Fred Jentz. Fairville Aid Met Thursday FENTON - The St. Lukes Lutheran Ladies Aid of Fairville met on Thursday afternoon with Rev. Bliss leading the devotions. Mrs. James Bierstedt presented the topic "The Bible and Science". The committee reported they .are working on the two new sets of paraments for the altar, one set of red and one of purple. A thank you letter was read from Mr. Ishmir thanking the group for their gift of money to help bring his family to the States. Mrs. Don Sasse, daughter of the Blisses, was a guest of the group. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. James Bierstedt and Mrs. Anna Bleckwenn. SUaotfer Publi»h«d By Thft Upper D*< M«fMt Publishing Co., Algeria. Idwa JOAN aOLUNQfM N«wt Fenton Gives J152.80, To Cancer Fund FENTON - Mrs. George O. Jorgenson, chairman of the American Cancer Society crusade, has turned in a total of $152.00 to Mrs. Richard Chipman of Bancroft, chairman for the north Kossuth chapter. This exceeds the amount collected for last year which was $137.65. Asssiting Mrs. Jorgenson in the Fenton crusade were Mrs. Stan Berkland, Mrs. Frank Ale- Fall, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Curtis Lura, Mrs. Shirley Zumach, Mrs. Merle Volgt, Mrs. Robert Mitchell and Mrs. Fred Mortensen. - o Rev. Russell Eldridge, Jr., pastor of the Fenton and Cylinder Methodist churches is at Purdue University this week attending a Communications Institute for ministers. This is a pilot project of the Methodist church. Rev. Eldridge, along with the Rev. Clyde Scott of Springville, la., were the two pastors chosen from the North Iowa Conference to attend this institute. "Kosinth County's Favorite New«pip«r" Thuridoy, July 14, 1966 Algona (la.) Uppftr D« OF II I? A A I U II II H U A I i Mrs. Robert Crouch and son of Ida Grove are spending a couple of weeks at the Earl Crouch home while Robert is attending a session of summer school. ~ Gal1 Vaudt > 4 " >' ear oM daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudtr suffered a broken left arm lie a fall at their home early last: week. Although both bones were broken, reports are that they;: are mending satisfactorily. '„ YARN SALE I We have discounted ALL YARN PRICES -Effective July 11 thru July 16 - Get Your Christmas Knitting Started NOW I Open Sundays 8 A.M. - 3 P.M. Delicious French Fried Chicken Fresh Home-Made Pies and Rolls Daily Ruta's Yarn & Sweet Shop Cool & Clean Atmosphere Fenton, Iowa If you're looking for financing — to buy, build or remodel your home or farm — look no further I Our bank is prepared to make many low cost loans at any time to local families with sound credit or collateral — for any one of those purposes. You are probably one of these families. Why not come in and see — you'll get better terms at lower rates from us. Have a confidential talk with one of us — there's no obligation! Your visits are welcome — and confidential. FIRST TRUST SAVINGS Html**, F.O.I.C. BANK ABMtTHOM* 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 toil 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 VOIGT Phillip's "66" JIM MEYER Standard Oil CLARENCE YAGER Farm Service Co, DALE

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