The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1966 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1966
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• DEC. 15,1966 i i i •• Overnight guests in the Dale Weisbrod home last weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Michile of Des Moines. They also visited other friends in Fenton. On Sunday evening Dec. 11, the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students of the Methodist Church • i i • Published By the Upper Dft* Moine* • Publishing Co., Algeria, Iowa 1 JOAN BOLUNOIR • Newt Editor Z School along with Rev. Eldridge and their teachers teaveled to the Turner Rest Home in Armstrong. They presented a worship service and the youngsters sang Christmas carols. Rev. Eldridge had the rest of the service. MVMMMMfc SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT FOR FEEDER CATTLE Feeder cattle will really take to Fclco Sweet 30-30, a protein and molasses supplement, in pellet form, high in Vitamin A, Vitamin E to help utilize Vitamin A, Vitamin Dj and trace minerals. Felco Sweet 30-30 is formulated to keep cattle on feed toward rapid gains. Fclco Sweet 30-30 150 gm. Terramycin or 250 gm. Tcrramycin can be used very effectively in the first 5 to 7 days it takes cattle to adjust to lot conditions. Felco Sweet 30-30 5 mg. Stilbcstcrol or 10 mg. Stilbesterol stimulates rapid gains. Felco Sweet 30-30 plain is an excellent supplement during hot weather. So whatever your feeder cattle conditions, Felco Sweet 30-30 will do a top production job. Stop in Right Away FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR (MM modern mood You'll See What We Mean PETERSEN FURNITURE Fenton, Iowa For perfect comfort get... AMERICAN. Brand Heating Oil with Sta-Cieaif You couldn't ask for more perfect heat. , Brand Heating Oil burns clean. STA-CLEAN*, the heat-improver additive, keeps your burner running like a clock. Our Sta-Ful Delivery is keyed to the weather. Accurate rewrds Jet \m know, in advance, v>hen you'll need oil. And our In.wfd Budge! Pc.\- mcnt Plan gives you insuraiu-e protection at no extra cyst. Get full details. Call today! nBADIMAW Standard Sta-Warm Service JIIVl AttExEH FENTON - Phone 889-2964 Standard Oil Tqnk Wagon Service Fenton Man Is Ensign Ensign J. L. Jentz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz, Fenton, recently received his commission from Commander O'Brien upon completion of a vigorous 11-week course of instruction at the Naval Aviation Schools Command at Pensacola, Florida. He is shown at the right in the photo receiving his commission and congratulations from the commander. (Official U. S. Navy Photo) Sentral High Xmas Program On Dec. 20 SENECA -Sentral Community School will present its Christmas concert on Tuesday evening, Dec. 20, at 8 o'clock in the Sentral auditorium. The junior high school chorus will present a pageant, "Christmas By Candlelight." This pageant was written with special emphasis on worship at the manger. The newly formed Madrigal willl present a sacred concert or cantata, "0, Beloved Shepherds." The high school choir will present a cantata, "When Christ Was Born." This selection uses a number of old familiar carols •••an a newisetting. -A number of; .Ismail group's and ensembles will also be featured. The Sentral Community High School choir will go to Mankato on Friday, Dec. 23, where they will make a live appearance on KEYC-TV at 3:30 p. m. Carols, folk songs, contemporary Christmas music and a spiritual will be presented on "The Sounds of Music." Methodist Yule Program Slated For Dec. 22 FENTON - On December 22 the Fenton Methodist Church school, grades kindergarten through eighth grade will put on a Christmas program. Following the program there will be a fellowship hour in the basement. Everyone is welcome. - o - The W. S.C.S. of the Fenton Methodist church met on Dec. 1 in the church parlors for their Christmas meeting. The setting of the program was the scene as depicted for the first Christmas. Mrs. Warren Jones was in charge of the program which consisted of the Christmas Story with a quartet of ladies supplying the carols. Kathy Gerhart also sang. During the business meeting it was announced that boxes of goodies had been sent to the servicemen of the church, which consists of three in Viet Nam, one in Germany and several more in the U.S. It was also announced that there were 21 blankets ready with a number of boxes of clothing for Church World Service on Dec. 12. Other business was taken care of, after which lunch was served. Peggy Voigt A Bride, Nov. 26, In Des Moines FENTON - The announcment of the marriage of Miss Peggy Voigt to Tony Michile of Des Moines was received here last week, The couple were married November 26 in Des Moines. They will be at home in Des Moines where Mr. Michile is employed at the Savery Hotel and Mrs. Michile teaches at Norwalk. St. John's Aid Enjoys Xmas Party, Program FENTON - The Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran Church at Fenton met for its regular December meeting last week. There was no regular business meeting held as the group celebrated its annual Christmas Party. The theme of the program was "Good News to All People." The program committee consisted of Mrs. James Meyer, Mrs. Ervin Borchardt and Mrs. Ernest Votteler. A gift exchange was held and Secret Pals were revealed. A pot luck lunch was served to end the party. FENTON - The annual Red Cross Drive at Fenton has been completed with 'a total of $136.30 turned in by the workers. Mrs. Farm Near Fenton Sold At $500 Acre A quarter section farm In K 5suth county six miles southeast of Fenton, was sold at auction Thursday at $500 an acre. Purchasers were the Riggert Brothers of nearby Lotts Creek, who own other land in the vicinity. There were a number of bidders. The farm was that of the Otto Wlchtendahl estate. It has a 9-room house, concrete block barn, hog house, garage, chicken house and silo. James Meyer, Drive Chairman wishes to thank everyone for the successful drive. A special thanks is also offered to her helpers who were Mrs. Merle Voigt, Mrs. Shirley Zumach, Mrs. Robert Mitchell, Mrs. Homer Matthiesen, Mrs. RayUthof, Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Pete Koenck and Mrs. George Jorgensen Jr. FENTON - The Friendly Neighbors Club of Fenton met last week at the home of Mrs. Ed Meyer and Lena Luedtke. Assistant Hostess was Edith Laage. Eighteen Members and one guest attended the meeting which was the Club's annual Christmas party. The guest was Mrs. Ed Bruhn. The program was led by Mrs. W. E. Laage, December birthdays honored were Ann Willretts, Lizzie Meyers, Ruth Luedtkes, Clarice Luedtkes and Edith Laages. Secret Sisters were re- . vealed in a gift exchange and new sisters were drawn for 1967. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer spent several days last week at Kansas City attending a Grain Dealers Convention. Sunday afternoon callers at the Kenneth Bellingers were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tietz and Michael < and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bol,;.^linger and girls. . TMtchael and KELVINATOR AIR HUMIDIFIER ADDS NEEDED MOISTURE TO DRY,HEATED AIR! Works quietly, easily to relieve annoying drynessjin nose and throat and bring you wintertime health and comfort. Air Bath purifier washes away dust and smoke, reduces bacterial count by 99%. Includes automatic Humidistat control, rustproof tank cabinet and grill. Cn CO* jv^'ir ;r Vv!-<UA'£" ' McFALL Plumbing - Heating - Electrical and Appliances Fenton, Iowa WATCH OUT for this valuable card coming soon in your mail. It might be worth $100 to you on th« purchiM of a Knipco Portable HiaUr! Look for the cord and take advantage of big pre-«ea«on savings during our "Bonanza Days." Your card has a sealed Hidden Discount which we guarantee will be $10 or more. A $15, $25, $50—or even a $100 discount! So save this "Bonanza Days" card and bring it in for your Knipco discount. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa Debra and Kris were over night guests of the Bellingers. Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt Mrs. Lyndon Kerber and Mrs. Jack Gerhart entertained a group of ladies at a bridge party on December 8 at the home of Mrs. Johnson. High prize was awarded to Mrs. Lloyd Berkland, second high went to Mrs. Larry Alt, low went to Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and travel to Mrs. Ernest Votteler. The 500 Birthday Club met for its annual Christmas party with their husbands at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. T, Waite on Sunday evening. Guests of the group were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Feye. Prizes went to Mrs. Larry Gade for women's high and low to Mrs. Charlie Feye. For the men Mr. Gerald Langerman won high and Mr. Charlie Feye took low. Secret pals we re revealed at a gift exchange by the women. The December birthday honored was that of Mrs. Bernie Kramer. The January party will be at the home of Mrs. Roger Frlnk. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls were Friday evening callers at the home of Mrs. Bellinger's grandmother, Mrs. C. C. Gushing at Fairmont. The North Circle of St. John's Lutheran Ladles Aid of Depew met last Thursday at the home of Mrs. John Finnestad. Mrs. Morris Mitchell was In charge of the devotions and Mrs. Melvln Berkland gave the lesson. The group Joined in singing Christmas Carols and several of the ladies read Christmas poems. Guests were Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad, Mrs. Harvey Henricksen, Mrs. Vernon Finnestad of St. James and Mrs. Burt Fossum of Fairmont. H •! •¥!• m m mm.mmm. m •• • THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmeri and Funeral Directors ((•liable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 889-2796 RINOSTED 866-1006 866-1001 866-1970 Thursday, Dee. 15, 1966 Algortd, (la.) Upper D« Mo!nM-9 Sunday evening supper guests of the AL'rt Mitchell's were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood and family and Dem.iris Uthof. The occasion was in honor of Lynette Underwood's birthday. Mrs. Gene Tietz, Mrs. Wayne Bolllnger and Mrs. Melvln Pompe were among several Avon representatives that attended a Christmas party afternoon Luncheon at Emmetsburg on Thursday. See the NEW 1967 *•*?-¥ in Color or Black £ White NOW ON DISPLAY THE ZENITH LINE HAS A CHOICE OF 28 MODELS • Console or Portable • Your Choice, Screen Sizes • Priced For Your Pocketbook SEE THEM NOW AT MORTENSEN T-V FENTON, IOWA Phone 889-2811 pi* »r«- -~Thursday, Friday, Saturday Specials a j P P I F R E ' S IN FENTON Fruit Baskets Make One Of The Best Gifts Order YOURS NOW I We Give GIFT HOUSE STAMPS with all eggs pur-. chased, either at the door or picked up by our truck- '' PLEASE INQUIRE! 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