The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 12, 1967 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 12, 1967
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• JAN. 12, 1967 9*mmmmmmmmm I I I •ft 8-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moinas Thursday, Jan. 12, 1967 Janean Zwiefel Honored Sunday, Bridal Shower FENTON - A miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Janean Zwiefel, bride-to-be of Larry Blerstedt, was held at St. John's Lutheran Church Parlor Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Kenneth Johnson had charge of the program. Mrs. James Meyer had charge of a game with Mrs. Art Gade winning the Prize. Mrs. Kenneth Johnson gave a reading on tin Life History of Janean, and Tips of Being a Farmer's Wife. Mrs. James Meyer gave a reading on How to Improve a Husband. Marcia Meyer, Margene Honrikseii, and Nancy Johnson sung two songs. Hostesses were; Mrs.IdaDre- yer, Mrs. Bennle Berkland; Mrs. Wayne Bollinger; Mrs. Ervin Borchardt; Mrs. Ray Priebe; Mrs. Howard Bierstedt; Mrs. Kenneth Johnson; Mrs. Harvey Henriksen; Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger; Mrs. Darrell Dreyer; Mrs. Art Kressin; Mrs. Orville Kressin; Mrs. Alfred Bell; Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt Jr.; Mrs. John Riigcr; Mrs. Ed Meyer; Mrs. Frank Dreyer; Mrs. James Meyer; Mrs. Ferd. Bierstedt; Mrs. Emil Bierstedt; Mrs. F. F. Mueller; Mrs. Walter Jentz; Mrs. Edwin Uthof. - o - HOUSEWAHM1NG SURPRISE Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hainzinger were honored with a sur- prize house warming Friday evening. The evening was spent playing cards. 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Ask for ^ demonstration. •PcttnUd «nd TM of ttfUblt Cltvtltr Mf|. CO. PORTABLE ELEVATOR MFG. CO. Glencoe, Minn. • Bloomington, III. SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Ftnton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • R«mod»llng PHONE 889.2281 Ftnton, Iowa Dr. E. W. Ruske DfNTIST Office Phone 119-2241 Rtiidtnct 889-2553 F«nton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. D«oltr T-V Salt* t Strvlct Phont 889-2713 Mrs. James Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Langerman, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jacobson, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Preston, Mr. Jack Munch, Mr. Larry Sorenson, Mr. Marvin Bollinger and Mr. David Hainzlnger. The group presented them with a gift of money. - o - Kyhl James Schmidt infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James Schmidt was baptized Sunday at St. John's Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt were sponsors. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Schmidt in honor of the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt and son Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt, Mr. andMrs. Ray Priebe and family, Rev. and Mrs. Rex Spicer and family, Miss Kathy DeVan and Miss Nina DeVan. The W.S.C.S. met last Thursday with Mrs. Don Shaw; Mrs. Opal Root and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber as hostessess. Mrs. Dale Voigt and Mrs. Durwood Woigt were In charge of the lesson. Devotions were given by Mrs. Ray Zwiefel. The Fenton Methodist Church was host to the District M.Y.F. Sunday afternoon. The M.Y.F. from Tltonka led the devotions. The Fenton M.Y.F. led the group in a question and answer discussion. There were around 50 In attendance. Recent guests of the Allan Bellingers were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bollinger and family of Waukegan, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Koenck. Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Krause were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Long and family of Bettendorf, Iowa. Sunday callers at the Norman Bollinger home were Mr. and Mrs Jim Adams and family of Spencer. Jackie Jones was an overnlte guest of Renee Hantleman Friday, in observance of Renee's 17th birthday. Susan Bruhn received a fractured arm in a fall at the Gerhard Hantelman home on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod spent the Holidays with their son John Eigler and family in Cleveland, Ohio. Enroute, they visited Mrs. Welsbrods sisters and families in Chicago and Hammond, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bleckwenn took Mrs. Lena Bleckwenn to Rochester last week for tests. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Berkland entertained 4 tables of 500 Sunday evening. High sent to Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hanover, Low to Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Berkland, Travel to Mr. Kenneth Schmidt. 10 Grads Of 'fl Sentral Class Hold Reunion FENTON - Those attending a reunion of the Sentral Class of 1963 were; Lynn Bierstedt, Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buscher, Algona; Lois Finnestad, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Henry, Algona; Mary Hurlburt, Minneapolis; Trudy Huskamp; Ames; Judy Jolley, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Dennis Newel, Le- Mars; Peggy Pettit, Fenton; and Don Yager, Iowa City. - o - Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber, were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Overnight guests of Mrs. Wm. Elmers were her brother Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mt yer of Cedar Falls. Sentral Community School will dismiss at 2:30 and Fenton and Lone Rock grade schools at 2:40 FRIENDLY FENTQN. IOWA Published By The Upp«r D«* Publishing Co., Also™, l«wo MRS. RAY UTHOF News Editor . I 1 I Friday, January 13, at the end of the first semester. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin VV'egener and family were Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Flint. The 47 club held a postponed Christmas Party last Thursday evening with a potluck dinner at Mrs. Robert Krause's. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eirners and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Elmers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hanson, and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Meyer were surprise Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. V/m. Elmers for her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Steine left last week for a two month stay in Texas. The Fairville L.W.M.L. met last Thursday with Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman as Hostesses. Rev. C. Bliss led the opening devotions and Mrs. Wm. Bruhn gave the L.W.M.L. topic. Mrs. Elmers, president, reminds all members to save coupons and stamps for Bethesda. Seneca Club Hosts Party For Husbands SENECA - Officers of the Thursday Club met at the homo of club president, Mrs. Otis England, Ringsted, Thursday and made up calendars for the club year. The first social activity of the club will be held Jan. 19. When the group will entertain their husbands at a party at the Ervin Votteler home. Members are asked to bring either cake, sandwiches or jello for refreshments. Mrs. Everett Witham and Mrs. Ervin Votteler are other officers of the club. - o - WENT CAROLING Seneca Stars 4-H club members and leaders went Christmas caroling to elderly resi-_ dents and shut-ins before they reassembled for their Christmas party. The group met at the Robert Fortney home, where they were loaded into cars driven by Fortney, Mrs. Nina Kracht and Mrs. Art Bergum. Following the caroling, they met at the Legion hall at Lone Rock where Rosemary Fortney and Carrie Bergum entertained the group with planned recreation after which they held a gift exchange. Refreshments were served by Audrey Bergum, Corrine Johnson, Susan Fortney and Barbara Andre. Guests included Mrs. Marilyn Rubiano and daughter, Karen, of Romney, Virginia, daughter and granddaughter of Mrs. Nina Kracht. Henry Wilbergs and Victor Streuckers. Mr. a/id Mrs. Kenneth Andre and family were Christmas eve guests at the home of Mrs. Andre's parents, the Louis Lam- rners, Graettinger, and Christmas Day guests at the home of Mr. Andre's parents, the John Andres, rural Emmetsburg. Joy Andre and Karl visited their grandparents, the John Andres, several days during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft & Martin Wllberg and Edward Mitchell of Fenton were New Years Day dinner guests of the Ole Pe- dersens, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hoppe of Madelia, Minn, visited Sunday at the David Loofts and helped Brian Looft observe his 4th birthday anniversary which was Jan. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andre and family were Wednesday night supper guests of the Ole Peder- sens, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilberg and family took the former's father, Martin Wilberg to Rochester, Minn., Friday where the latter had an appointment at Mayo Clinic. That evening, they went to White Bear Lake, Minn..where they visited at the home of Jerry's sister and family, the Bill Helgens. sen, Mrs. Victoria Goraczkowski and Sylvester Goraczkowski. Thursday dinner guests at the Dettmer Thompson home were the Forrest Ericksons, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Erickson and family, the Everett Ericksons and family, Gale Mino and Lionel Thompson. Friday dinner guests at the Kenneth Brones home for a belated Christmas gathering were Mr. and Mrs. William Buhmann and sons, Jay W. Brones, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones and children, and Lt. and Mrs. Ronald Buhmann of San Antonio, Tex. The Buhmanns will be going to Norman, Okla. when Ws leave is terminated. Friday supper guests at the Dettmer Thompson home were the Walter Minos and family. The Floyd Brekkes were weekend guests at the home of her sister and family, the Ed Wilkinsons, and enroute home were dinner guests of another sister, the Ralph Genglers, Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Johnson of Fairmont were Sunday overnight guests at the home of her parents, the Chris Feddersons. They and Rodney Johnson were Monday dinner guests at the Feddersons. The Keith Riedesels and family of Rockford, m. spent three days at Christmas with her parents, the Roy Andersons. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson and family left Dec. ISforOzona, Tex., to visit his orother and expect to return this week. At the Albert Anderson home New Year's night for an oyster supper were Mr. and Mrs. Art E. Anderson and grandson, Ron Anderson, William TobinandMr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones. A rare event occurred at the Russell Holm home Christmas Day. A Holstein cow gave birth to triplet calves, all heifers, and stillborn. The Mervin Johnsons, Wayne Loofts, Marlin Lindes, C. K. Myers and the Dick Dahls enjoyed dinner together during the holidays. Friday evening at the Virgil Prestons home for the birthday of Peggy, who was three, were the Lee Crowleys, Earl Prestons, Howard Prestons, Emory Pres- tons and Edith Melinder. ISWEA-EAGLEI 1 By Mrs. Kenneth Brones § Cecil Bailey was taken to Palo Alto Memorial hospital at Emmetsburg Friday night where he was admitted as a patient for observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilberg returned to Topeka, Kansas, where Vernon is stationed at an Air Force base after spending the holidays with their parents, the FOR SALE: Maytag gas range, Excellent Condition; Dark Wood matching bed and vanity; Four drawer dark wood chest; 12 x 12 linoleum; 6x9 linoleum (never been used); White metal hanging 4 door wall cupboard; Large Seigler oil burner with blower, 2 years old;. Small white Seigler oil burner with blower; 100 bales straw in barn. JACK TIEMAN, Ringsted, la. Phone Fenton 889-2835. (3) For perfect comfort get... 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Present to receive pins for 20 years of continuous membership were Mrs. Vern Anderson and Mrs. George Elliott. Earning them but not present for the presentation, were Mrs. Arnold Anderson, Mrs. Elmer Berg, Mrs. Morris Johnson, Mrs. Elmer Swanson and Mrs. J. H. Montgomery. Receiving 10-year pins were Mrs. Gordon Jones and Mrs. William Mather, Jr., Mrs. Ed Blair received her 5-year pin, Mrs. Lee Davidson was not present. - o - MISS UNIVAC Miss UNIVAC of 1967 is a niece of Mrs. Walter O'Green, and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdes Bergan, St. Paul, Minn. She will represent the 8,500 employees of UNIVAC in the Twin Cities at events associated with the 1967St. Paul Winter Carnival, Jan. 27-Feb. 5, and vie for the title of Queen of the Snows. Her sister, Judy, was Miss Emporium last year, and became first lady in waiting to the Queen of Snows. - o - New Years' dinner guests at the Walter Goraczkowski home in honor of Douglas' 12th birthday were the Orville Thoresons and family, the Harvey C. Lar- sens and family, Mrs. Otto Lar- THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Ftnton, low* Bxp«rl«nc«d Embalm«n and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 889-2796 RINOSTED 866-1006 866-1001 866-1970 Good nutrition is the basis for good health in all animals. Dogs respond to the best in nutrition with greater vitality, more even temper, keener instincts, and better health when fed Felco Chunkies. Fed wet, mixed with milk or water for weaning pups, and fed dry straight from the sack or mixed with meat for growing or adult dogs, Felco Chunkies guard your dog's nutrition, his whole life. Give your dog a chance to be the best dog you ever had. Feed him Felco Chunkies. 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