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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 13, 1962
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NOVEMBER 13, 1962 4~Algona (la.) Upper Oes Moinei Tuesday, November 13, 1962 Mr am! Mrs Kranklin Mu.-llrr and boys wore Nov. 4 visitor's of Mr and Mrs F'r:ink Thilycs. Mr and Mrs Mrlvin Kioldrfs nnd family. Titonka. visitor! Monday evening with the Roelf Miller's WEISBROD IMPLEMENT IN FENTON FREE KNIPCO HEATER with Lucky Key We have a brand new Knipco portable circulating ntr heater padlocked in the store. It will be given away to the farmer in the area who gets a "Lucky Knipco Key" through, the mail and opens the lock with the key. The prize Knipco heater is actually a little furnace on wheels. It burns kerosene or fuel oil and circulates 75,000 BTU's of heat per hour. It can be used inside or out without a vent, to thaw pipes, preheat engines, warm repair sheds, hen houses, brooding sheds, or anything else. There are no jingles, no drawing or any "strings." If you are 18 or over and are the first to bring in the key that fits, before the deadline, you win the heaterl WEISBROD IMPLEMENT in FENTON Lloyd Finnestads Feted On 40th Anniversary Fenlon — Mr and Mrs Uoy Finnestad observed their 40! i wedding anniversary Sunday eve nmg, .Nov. 4. In honor of the occasion they entertained their son? nnd wives, the Virgil Finnestads a,:d the Howard Finnestads anc Mr and Mrs Norman Finnestad, at •A smorgasbord supper near Spen Cfir. Susie Randa and Lloyd Finne stad were married Nov. 1, 1922 ai Ruthven by the now deceased Rev. Wigdahl. Attendants to the honored couple were Norman Finnestad and Mrs Orva (Govig) Laid- ing now of Michigan. Mrs Laiding was unable to attend. The Finne- stads also have two daughters, Mrs Louis McCowan i Marian) and Mrs Gary Duchany (Glennis) both of Santa Ana, Cal. WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT KELVINATOR automatic WASHERS and DRYERS ? Let Us Tell You! First of all. this may he called the man's world, but the women seem to run it! We've been handling KKIAI.N'ATOK Washers and Dryers now for well over a year, and what we've found' out about them has come from the ladies who have bad them, and had time to use them and let us know what lhev'\e found out. T1IK KKI.\I\\mu AUTOMATIC U ASIIEK has many tiiin»s that women se.-m to especially like (and the men Ilk" its moderate price lag. too). They say the fabric (.'tilde controls are exceptionally good, that its two-speed controls work real well, that the double tub construction makes lor a solid and well built app'iance. that the automatic cut-off is a guarantee of good washing. And of course it carries a live year guarantee on all parts. THK KKl.VIN.Vroit U TOMATIC DHVEK. they tell us, UN"s up to Us claim of wrinkle-free drying, and the flexible automatic dr> ing control is especially pleasing. Then he ladies like both the rinse additive dispenser and the lint Liter and bleach dispenser, handy conveniences. The fe'tu'r'' ""^ " ilU ' r l|1|n l )l ' raluri ' s is another pleasing And we'd like to add a word of our own. We service what we sell and back it up. We can't always service everything, but we know and service immediately the Kelvinator line of appliances We mvite you to drop in and look them over And they don't cost any more than second class merchandise. Plumbing - Heating - Kelvinator Appli lances See Io\va U'in mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt and James and Mr and Mrs Leslie Larson and Sharon of Ringsted spent the weekend of Nov. 4 in Iowa City, 'iney visited Larson's son Wallace, frcsnman at tne University ariu attended the Ohio State - Iowa football game, un Monday, the Larsons left for Mesa, Ariz, where they will make their new home. Mr Larson is associated with Imperial Financial Services of Minneapolis, which has a branch office in Mesa. Mrs Piitil Winters, Buffalo Center for their grjndson Tumny's third birthday. Air and Mrs Carl Priebe accompanied by their granddaughter Barbara Priebe left Tuesday for (heir winter home in Fort Meyer Florida. Mr and Mrs Ed Priebe also left for their winter home ir Fort Meyer on Thursday. Ilrth Newel. Wayzata, Minn., visited over the Nov. 4 weekend with her mother, Mrs Jessie Newel. 'Hie U-Deal-Em bridge club mef Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Paul Eiglcr. Three tables •vere in play with Mrs Ernest fUtske and Mrs Webber Yager guesu. Prize winners were Mrs Amos Finnestad, Mrs Clarence Vegener and Mrs Ernest Ruske. tute. Mrs Tom Manley and Mrs Lloyd Berkland were guests. Hostesses were Mrs Lloyd Kern, Mrs William Jentz and Mrs Walter Jentz. Building Permits The Fenton town council at their monthly meeting Nov. 5 issued five building permits. Applicants were Floyd Duncan for repair to produce station, McFall plumbing and Jorgenson Cold Storage for concrete sidewalks, Curtis Lura for concrete work at dwelling and William DeWall for new entry on dwelling. Being Transferred Dr. and Mrs W. W. Jolley and Judy visited the W. W. Jolley Jr. faniny in Waukegan, 111. over the weekend of Nov. 4. Young Jolley, who is in the navy is being trans- erred to Damneck, Va. for twenty months of schooling. Pancake Supper The Sentrai Band Mothers will serve a pancake supper in the bentral hign school lunchroom Saturday evening, Nov. 17. Serving will Degin at 3 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. or until all have eaten and prices are 75 cents tor adults and 50 cents for ten and under. The Depew Fellowship circle met Thursday at the home of Mrs Robert Burkgren. Mrs Melvin Berkland led devotions and Mrs Ernest Berkland presented the lesson. Election of officers was held with Mrs Robert Burkgren elected president and Mrs Melvin Berkland elected secretary-treasurer. The ladies also packed" Christmas boxes for Anna Marie Mitchell and the Gerhard VorJand family, both missionaries in Japan. The Jane circle of the Method- st VVSCS met Thursday at the home of Mrs Raymond Zwiefel. ! with Mrs Ralph Nichols assisting | hostess. Mrs Jack Gerhart pre! sented devotions and lesson, assist- i ed by Mrs Dale Voigt. The monthly luncheon meeting of Methodist ministers and wives of the Algona sub-district, including Kossuih and Palo Alto counties, met Thursday at the Fenlon Methodist church. Ur. George Dunn, assistant to the president at Mornmgsidc College, Sioux City I spcke on the relationship of the | church to its colleges. Three members of the WbCs, Mrs Clarence Arbogast, Mrs L>a!e Weisbrod and Mrs ualph Weisbrod served the noon meal. t:\ery Sunday evening during November at 7:30 p.m. the Fenton Methodist church is holding Bible study classes, studying "The Sermon on the Mount." All Methodist churches in the conference- are to study this some time during the month. Fellowship singing is also included in tne program. Judy Kollinger, five year old daughter of the Wayne Bollingers', was a Wednesday overnight guest of Norman Bollingers. .Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halvrrson left Oct :!0 for Ottawa, 111. where on Thursday they attended the fu- j neral of Halverson's uncle Joye Moc. While there they visited numerous relatives. There were accompanied by Mr and Mrs Omeal Nelson. Humboldt, and all returned home Nov. -t. Mr and Mrs Hoc-If .Miller were N'cv -I dinner guests of Mr and Lutheran Aid At Fenfon Has New Officers Fenton — Election of officers- was held Wednesday at the meeting of St. John's Lutheran ladier aid in Fenton. Officers elected were Mrs Lloyd Kern, president: Mrs John Waits, vice president; Mrs Ed Mitchell secretary; Mrs E. H. Dreyer, treasurer; Mrs Norman Finnestad and Mrs Frank Seeley, membership committee; Mrs Will Eimers and Mrs Elsie Dreyer, card committee; Mrs W. H. Friedrich. LWML; Mrs Webber Yager, Mrs Ray Priebe. Mrs William Jentz, Mrs Larry Alt and Mrs Franklin Mueller cleaning committee; Mrs F. W Jentz. Mrs Victor Struecker, Mrs Clarence Wegener, Mrs Lena Luedtke, Mrs William Hantelman and Mrs Martin Ohm. funeral committee, Mrs Olaf Norland, Mrs Harold Eimers, Mrs Amos Finnestad and Mrs Marvin Luedtkc flower committee; Mrs Allen Bollinger, Mrs Ernest Fischer and«Mrs John Fuhr, kitchen committee and pianist, Mrs James Meyer. Mrs Darrel Dreyer, Mrs Willard Menz, Mrs Bennie Berkland a r >' Mrs Harvey Henriksen are new members. Rev. Friedrich led devotions and plans were made for the annual Christmas party and guest day next month. 55 each was donated to the Lutheran Hour. Woodward and Cherokee Mental Health Insti- Mr and Mrs Richard Bell and family, Waterloo, visited over the weekend with Mrs Nettie Miller. Corey Bell is staying this week with his grandmother, Mrs Miller. SELF ADHESIVE CONTACT DECORATING PLASTIC DO-IT-YOURSELF Waterproof, Washable Decorating Miracle STOEBER HDWE. FENTON RADIO & TV REPAIR Graduate Industrial Training Institute of Chicago, as Radio & TV Serviceman. CALL FENTON 87 DAY or NIGHT FRED MORTENSEN FENTON Also Watkins Products (43-46) BROKEN WINDOWS? WE REPAIR ALL SIZES. BRING THEM IN Sfoeber Hdwe. FENTON (44-45) THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone* FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 SECURITY CONFIDENCE Your Bank Is Here To Serve Your bank is here to serve. This means not only the usual banking transactions — check' ing accounts, cashing checks, savings accounts ~ but some of the more personal matters. If you have problems which may need the services of a bank, we invite you to talk it over with us. All deposits Insured to $10,000 By Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. First Trust & FENTON OFFICE Fenton — Armstrong Savings Bank FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE and GEHL EQUIPMENT But. Phone 3 Re*. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHQNf 125 or 17 Or, E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER b Tb» Only Publication Printed 'inst Takes An Interest la Fen ton I LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Brok.r and Form loan, And Auction Service Phone 233 F. n ten, Iowa Published By The Upper De$ Maine! Publishing Co., Alcjona, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCK! News Editor Read The Want Ads ~ It Pays! WEATHER. "V FORECAST I COOLER I CONTINUING I SHOWERS J \Veolher worries come fo on end w'lli a Speed Queert Dryer, just loss In a load and turn the dial. Your clothes are fluff dried, wrinkle-free and fresh smelling. What a convenience—oven when the Weather is finel Stop in for a demonstration 2.75 WEEK As Advertised In Farm & Home Section and . Germinal W"» STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON, IOWA Were spreading 1 a red carpet for you ways 2 , A try-it-now Demonstration ,.. we'll bring a new Allis-Chalmers tractor to your farm now when you have time and open fields available, so you can really get the feel of a tractor that can do so mi""h to increase your earning power. . A big 3-Day Air Trip to the Land of Power — Allis-Chalmera — for every buyer of a new Allis-Chalmers farm tractor between now and November 30. Come in now-get a head start on next year's farming, See Farm & Home Section In This Issue FENTON MOTOH Co. Fenton, Ipwa ALMS-CHALMERS SALES & SERVICE

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