The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1966 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1966
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I i DEC. 22,1966 i i i J&eiwrf *v 5-Day Pro-Inventory j Sale Dec. 27 through Dec. 31 V BIG DISCOUNTS on Entire Stock of Drygoods. BUY PRESSES RIGHT OFF OUR RACK AT A 2-FOR-l PRICE Big Selection, all sizes; also skirts " and children's dresses. Look over our entire stock of merchandise and you wont have to look farther for such money- ' g specials. E. J. BAILEY STORE Phone 889-2476 FENTON, IOWA State To Rebuild Hy. 44 Through Fenton In 1967 The major state highway improvement program lor 1967 will be the widening, resurfacing, shouldering and stabilization, and repaying of^afethigh^y.MW, from ^heJVhittemore•corner Intel 1 - 'i section witl^^^l^ortl) to the 'Emm6t,,eoun*y<4iite, fust east " This announcement was made this week by the Iowa State Highway Commission. It had been indicated earlier that something would be done about this segment of highway, but this now becomes official. Presumably the work would start in the spring and be completed by fall. 'The road in question has been one that required continuous repair in recent years. The new construction should make this a modern highway and eliminate some of the present dangers existing in wet weather and from the semi-circular surface that exists at present. Wishing you a memorable, joyful Christmas holiday. FENTON Co-Op Elevator Nnton, towa 196] Sentral Grads Plan Reunion, Dec, 23 FENTON - The Sentral High School Class of 1963 will hold a reunion at the Sirloin House In Fairmont Friday evening, Dec. 23. - o- Seaman Brian Borchardt, USN, son of the Ervin Borchardts of Fenton, Is attending the basic electronics technician school at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, HI. The 38-week course covers the maintenance and repair of most naval electronic equipment. Thursday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs. Norman Bollinger were Mrs. Larry Ramus and Denise of Lone Rock, Mrs. James Meyer and Mrs. Larry Gade. The group met to make menu plans for their New Year's Eve party which their card club holds annually at the Fenton Community Center. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and Jean Kunkel of Algona went to Des Molnes on Sunday to meet Allen "Hantelman who traveled from Ft. Leonard Wood to Des Moines by bus. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase visited Friday evening at the Arnold Hantelman home. School Holidays FENTON - All Sentral Community schools will be dismissed at 2:30 p. m., Thursday, Dec. 22 for the Christmas holidays. School will resume Tuesday, Jan. 3, 1967. The Sentral High School choruses and Madrigal choir will perform on the "Sounds of Christmas" television program from KEYC-TV, Mankato, Friday, Dec. 23, from 3:30 to 4:00 p. m. Caroling Tour : FENTOJ|—jSt. Luke's Lutheran * Church Sunday School of Fairville will hold its final practice for the Christmas Eve program on Friday afternoon from 4:15 until 5:15. Immediately following the practice the older children will go caroling and will then return to the church basement for refreshments. Several area young men are home with their families for the Chirstmas holidays, on leave from the armed services. They include George Blerstedt, who arrived in Fenton on Thursday to spend the holidays with his wife and parents, the Hilbert Bierstedts. George is stationed with the Army In Arizona. Tony Kahler arrived home on Saturday to spend his time with his wife and their families. He is stationed with the Army in Colorado. On Sunday, Allen Hantelman came home to spend a couple weeks with his parents, the Arnold Hantelmans. He is stationed in Missouri. Marlln Steinberger of Mesa, Ariz., arrived in Fenton Saturday to spend the Christmas holidays with friends and relatives in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Haln- zinger and family have moved back into town, and into their new home. During the construction of the home, they had been living in the vacant house on the farm of Wilfred Laabs. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Krause and family left Tuesday to spend the Christmas holidays in Florida with Mrs. Krause's mother. .Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wegener and family left Thursday to spend the holidays in New Mexico with Mrs. Wegener's brother and family. The Men's Club of St. Luke's Lutheran church of Fairville met last week and held election of officers. They are as follows: Howard Bruhn, president; Orville Wiener, vice president; David Berkland, secretary; and Harlan Elmers, treasurer. At a special meeting of the Cemetery Board of St, Luke's, Fairville, last week, Arnold Hantelman was appointed as a trustee to fill out the unexpired term of the late Robert Bleckwenn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall visited Mrs. McFall's brother at the Dickinson County Memorial hospital at Spirit Lake Sunday. He is recovering from surgery performed last Tuesday. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall and Mr. and Mrs. Art Rusch of Lone Rock were callers at the Wendell Rusches. Mrs. Ranney Is Hostess, Helen Circle, Fenton FENTON - The Helen Circle of the Fenton Methodist church met on Thursday at the home of Mrs. Arlo Ranney. The program, "The Christmas Story", was presented by Mrs. Eugene Huskamp with all members participating. There were eighteen members and one guest present to enjoy the program. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Ranney, Mrs. Clarence Yager, AmandaSchutt, Mrs. Hans Baago and Mrs. Clifford Douglas. - o - Fenton Forwards 4-H Club met last week at the home of Marlys and Jane Wlchtendahl. The meeting was their annual Christmas party. The program, "The Night Before Christmas" was presented with everyone joining in to sing Christmas carols. The mothers of the members were guests of the group and were all presented with gifts by their daughters. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Norman Bellingers were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger and family of Lone Rock were Thursday evening callers. Methodist Choir Party, Fenton FENTON - After choir rehearsal Dec. 18 the twenty-five members of the Fenton Methodist church enjoyed a party at the Warren Jones home. Home,made ice cream and cookies were enjoyed by all. Algona (fa.) Upper Des Motntt-7 Thursday, Dee. 11, 1966 Nadine Welsbrod, a sophomore at Morningeide in Sioux City, Is spending her Christmas vacation at the home of her parents, the Dale Weisbrods. j»mmm I Publlthed |y ffi« Upper 0»» M«iMt | I Publlshitti Co., Aigono, tow* | I JOAN ftOLUNdtft § | New. tdftf | jUmH ^ ^ m m m ^ — ! — We welcome this chance to wish each of you a merry Yule. BERNIE'S RECREATION Fenton pU«Uf« )0 tip***! OURflPPRECIflTION lor your toytity *nd Coop*f*tion MEYER Standard Oil TANK WAGON !>«rv!c* / REETlNGS OF THE SEASON > AND A SINCERE THflNKYOII P w^L £L (J n \, KtaVvvo&t (F a ' ^> LJEISBROD IMPLEMENT _ Letter Welibrod /t APPR6CIA1E THE OfPORTUNin THE HOLIDAY SEASON BRINGS AND TO WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS W6 WIS .\ YOU LOADS OF CHRISTMAS JOY AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR FRIENDSHIP. To on* and.nil of our many frlindt during thit happy i«0»on. LAEL'S BEAUTY SHOP STOEBER HARDWARE c It's Time... Time now to pause and wish you the -, best of all wishes FARM SERVICE CO. Clarence Yager Fenton, Iowa Christmas Jot) 1966 is our wish for you and your family this Christmas. •McFAIiL . Plumbing - Heating - Electrical and Appliances F«nton, IOWQ V We wish for you and your family all the joys to be had at this special time, FIRST TRUST a/tJ SAVINGS BANK

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