The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 26, 1967 · Page 32
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 26, 1967
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• JAN. 26,1967 Bride-To-Be Honoree At Fenfon Shower FENTON - A miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. Anthony Mlclle, formerly Peggy Voigt, was held at the Methodist church parlors, Sunday, Jan. 22 at 2 p. m. Mrs. Clifford Douglas had charge of the program, which was opened with a meditation by Rev. Russell Eldridge. Mrs. Merle Voigt gave a reading called "Another Blest Day." A sextet which included Suzanne Newel, Teresa Voigt, Margo Rusch, Mary Dawn Eldridge, Jackie Jones and Kathy Merrill, accompanied by Mary Ellen Ditswoiih, sang "Katrina's Wedding Day." Judy Jolley read a poem called "Love." A quartet which included Mrs. Russell Eldridge, Mrs. Jack Gerhardt, Mrs. Warren Jones and Mrs. Raymond Zwiefel, accompanied by Mrs. Arnold Hansen, sang "Edle Welff" and Mrs. Derwood Voigt gave a reading, entitled "Marriage Commercial Style." Mrs. Lorenz Gade presided at the tea table and Terrl Volgt served punch. Hostesses were Mrs. Dale Welsbrod, Mrs. Gene Huskamp, Mrs. Raymond Zwiefel, Mrs. Derwood Voigt, Mrs. Dale Volgt, Mrs. Gerhardt Hantelman, Mrs. Ray Prlebe, Mrs. William Jolley, Mrs. Clarence Yager, Mrs. Wm. Hantelman, Mrs. Harold Wehrspann, Mrs. Wm. Wiener, Mrs. Lyle Newel, Mrs. Willard Menz, Mrs. Frank McFall, Mrs. Art Voigt, Mrs. Wendell Rusch, Mrs. Don Shaw, Mrs. Franklin Mueller, Mrs. Arlan Steger, Mrs. Merle Voigt, Mrs. Calvin Voigt, Mrs. Lorenz Gade, Mrs. Opal Root, Mrs. Fred Mortensen, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, Mrs. Dick Jentz and Mrs. Clifford Douglas. - o FENTON T-C CLUB The Fenton Town and Country Women's Club met Jan. 17 with Mrs. John Struecker and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer as hostesses. The program, "Fabulous World of Food", was given by Mrs. Dale Voigt. Election of officers was held with Mrs. Durwood Voigt elected president; Mrs. Ervln Borchardt, vice president; Mrs. Charles Feye, recording secretary; Mrs. Clayton Wolfe, correspondence secretary; Mrs. Arnold Hanson, treasurer; Mrs. Rex Spicer, historian. A letter from the F.T.A. was read asking for financial help for the foreign exchange student at Sentral. It was voted to give the proceeds of the alumni basketball game to be held March 3 at the Sentral High School gym to the foreign exchange student who will come to this community for the school year of 1967-68, - o - Sunday dinner guests of the Flenn Flints for Rhonda's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Uthof and family, Edward Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Flint and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof and family. For perfect comfort AMERICAN. Brand Heating Oil with Sta-Clean* You couldn't ask for more perfect heat. AMERICAN 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 records let us know, in advance, xvhcn you'll need oil. And our Insured Budget Pay' mcnt Plan gives you insurance protection at no extra cost. Get full details. Call todayl TRADEMARK Standard Sta-Warm Service JIM MEYER FENTON - Phone 889-2964 Standard Oil Tank Wagon Service NEW STANDARD*! HUMIDIFIER Adds needed moisture to dry, heated air • Automatic humldistat • High humidity output si 10 gallon capacity • Rustproof tanK • Easy to fill and clean • Portable, attractive • Top grill and side vents provide Indirect air flow without drifts MARK VIII STANDARD CONSOLE HUMIDIFIER Maintains proper indoor humidity-automatically -for comfortable wintertime living. The right amount of moisture helps you feel better. Lowers heating costs. Prolongs life of furnishings, house plants. Reduces static electricity. A quiet, attractive economical way to humidify your entire home for comfortable living. $54.95 Stoeber Hardware ifeniiw Published By The UM*t Dee Melftte Publishing Co., Algeria. MRS. RAY UTHOF Newt I I Fentqn, Iowa RENEE DOUGLAS Each year General Mills, Inc. sponsor a written homemaking knowledge and attitude examination for senior girls in all fifty states. The girl with the highest rating in each school receives local recognition, a pin, and is eligible for state competition. The state winner is awarded a $1500 scholarship and the national winner a $5,000 scholarship. Sentral's Betty Crocker Homemaker for 1967 is Renee Douglas, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Douglas of Fenton, pictured above, Final Rites At Fenten For Emil Weisbrod FENTON — Funeral services were held Thursday, Jan. 19, at 2 p. m,, at the Fenton Methodist church for Emil C. Weisbrod. Mr. Weisbrod passed away Jan. 14, after suffering a heart attack at Long Beach, Calif., where they were spending the winter. He was born Dec. 13,1881 to Mike and Veronica Bellinger Weisbrod at Fenton. He married Alvena Reimers Sept. 2, 1908 at Fenton. His wife survives; two brothers and one sister preceded him in death. Pallbearers were Gerald Volgt, Arnold Hsinson, Wm. Hantelman, Dale Weisbrod and Jack Gerhart. Thomas Funeral Home of Fenton was in charge of arrangements. Earlier obituary details were reported in the last issue. - o Sunday dinner guests of Albert Mitchells were Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Berkland and Rita of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Huskamp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood and family, for David Huskamps seventh birthday. Mrs, Gladys Smith and boys, Vernon Koontz of Webster City, Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Voigt and James Richard, Mary Hayes, Cedar Falls, and Mr, and Mrs, Ervln Kassulke of St. James, Minn,, ware recent dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs, Ray Stoeber. Mr, and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and Mr. and Mrs, Stan Berkland attended a surprise birthday party for Mrs. Jim Kressin at Whittemore Wednesday evening, The evening was spent playing 500. Mrs, Allan Bollinger, Marvin Bellinger, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hengel, Amboy, Minn., and Mrs. Ella Schattschneider, Algona, went to Des Molnes Friday to visit Art Hengel who is in Veterans hospital. He was to have surgery Monday. They also visited Mrs. Leonard Pitman In Des Molnes, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls were Sunday evening callers at the Wayne Bollinger home. Mr, and Mrs. Wm, DeWall, Mrs. Shirley Zumach and girls, THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Penten, Iowa Experienced Embalmeri and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance iervlce Funeral May Bo Referred To Ui With Confidence Phenei PiNTQN 119.2796 RINOSTID 166-1006 1660001 166-1970 and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berk* land and family were Sunday callers at the ErvinRuhnkehome to help Patty Ruhnke celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer and family were Monday evening callers at the Robert Mitchells. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell and fam'Jy, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kemna and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blerstedt and family, Margaret Blerstedt and Richard Elbert of Algona were Sunday afternoon callers at the Ferdinand Blerstedt homo for Ferdinand and Beth Ann Bierstedts' birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Miclle, and Mary Jo Miclle were Sunday dinner guests at the Clifford Douglas home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hainzinger and family were Friday evening callers at the Robert Mitchell home. The Saturday afternoon bridge club met Saturday with Mrs. Jessie Newel. Guests were Mrs. Emma Relmers, Mrs. Herman Maahs and Mrs. Lena Jentz. High prize went to Mrs. E. A. Holland, second high to Mrs. Ella Newel and low to Mrs. Ernest Votteler. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Welsbrod spent Sunday in Sioux City visiting their daughter, Nadine, a student there, Mark Berkland, a student at Ames, spent the weekend with his parents, the Bennle Berk- lands. Thursday evening caller* at the Harvey Henrlksens for his birthday were Mrs. Mf.rius Henriksen, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Henriksen, Mr, and Mrs. LeRoy Henriksen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Linda and Mark, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Flint and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Henricksen called Sunday afternoon at the Ernest Mueller home. Wednesday evening callers of the Larry Gades were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bruhn and family. Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Haase and Sally, Mrs. Pearl Phillips, Algona, and Mrs. Herman Gade called at the Larry Gade home. Lori Zumach and Shelley Hainzinger were Monday after-school guests of Judy Gade for her sixth birthday, The Bernard Kramers entertained their 500 club Sunday evening. There were four tables In play. High prize for men went to Roger Frink and low to Donald Halnzinger. High for women was won by Mrs. Roger Frink and low by Mrs. LeRoy Jacobsen. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers and fam'ly, and Mrs. Wm. Elmers were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Krause. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Volgt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Dreyer left Sunday to attend the grain dealers convention in Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. LaDell Olson and family have moved to Hara- ham, La., where he will be plant engineer for Armour Chemical Co. Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Bliss spent from Sunday till Wednesday with their son, David Bliss and family at Cedar Rapids. St. John's Walther League held a bowling party Sunday evening at the Algona Lanes with 36 members and guests present, Mr. and Mrs, John Struecker, Mr, and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt ware counselor!, The group presented the John Strueokeri with a gift for being counselors for two years. (Correction - Mr, and Mrs. Harold Wehrspann and Fred Meyer were unintentionally om- mltted from the list of guests of Edward Mitchell as reported recently), Seneca Man's Brother Passes SENECA - Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham were called to Clear Lake last week Tuesday night after the sad news that Mr. Wltham's brother, Roy, 70, suffered a fatal heart attack following the family evening meal. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON, IOWA YOUR DEALER FOR "CULTIVATORS with "ADJUSTO-PITCH"* and "LIVE-LEAF" Shank Action! COVER UP TO % MORE GROUND WITH YOUR PRESENT POWER I Exclusive "ADJUSTO-PITCH" feature with Live-Action •hanks makes Glencoe the top performing Cultivator in any field—with sweeps or shovels, for any crop or soil, Instant power-impact vibrations set up at the tool point by the "Live-Leaf" spring action reduces draft and lets you cover more ground fasttr and tasltr. 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Survivors include his wife, Jennie, also one son and two daughters, all of whom are married; also two brothers, Everett of rural Bancroft; and Harry, Anoka, Minn.; and a sister, Mrs. Myrtle Vining of Garner. Senecans attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Witham; the Everett Withams' daughters and husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Watson of Troy Grove, HI., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thiel of Davenport, also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch took the Everett Withams to the wake on Thursday evening. The cost of steel used in makinj a toaster averages 4.5% the price of the finished product; 4.5% of retail price of a farm tractor; 5% of the price of a refrigerator, and 10% of the price of an automobile. CARD OF THANKS Our moat sincere thanka to everyone for the kindnesses and sympathy during our recent bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thllfea and Family . (7*) CARD OF THANKS I wish to extend my moat sincere and heartfelt thanks to friends and relatives for the floral and spiritual bouquets, cards, food and everyone who helped In every way following the death of my beloved husband. Mrs. Alvena Welabrod. (7*) i i i ) > ********************* ******************* EARLY SPRING DRESSES WITH . . . LOVELY SPRING FASHION NEWSMAKERS! BONDED MATTES COTTON SATEENS LOOPED MOHAIRS BLENDED DACRONS LUSTROUS CUPIONIS BONDED ORLON KNITS ARNEL JERSEY PRINTS DOUBLE-KNIT COTTONS COMBED AVRIL & COTTONS ?*m ^ "IDressy Styles, Three Piece Suits, Sporty Shirtwaists, A-Line Skimmers, Cute Hip-Huggers, Stylish Jumper-Shifts, Bolero Ensembles, Pleated Models. GUARANTEED FOR WASH fc WEAR I Gay solids, checks & prints, sparkling in LIVELY, NEW-SEASON SHADES. i i ) j j j ) i ) i > > ) i ) 3 J ) J J ) ) 3 J J J J ) ) ] ) 3 3 3 3 1 ) ] • 3 • 3 • Powder Blue, Lilac, Beige, Peacock, , Mint, Melon, Turquoise, Navy. 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