The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1962 · Page 14
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DECEMBER 25,1962 FENTON MOTOR CO. Bob Mitchell Ifiwt an Published By The Upper Des Melnet Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCK! News Editor 6-Algono (la.) Upper DM MotriM Tuesday, December 25, 1962 Many Yule Season Parties Lend Festive Fenton Air That the true spirit of Christmas wfll bring the gift of happiness to you and yours, , . This is our very special wish to you I FIRST TRUST I SAVINGS BANK Fenton, Iowa 5^j«.^».»Jfo<it)^ftgftatx»ta)»tMPftinSaaJMn tvn-Eei w tun t»«i »<r.-fe<o-fr Fenton — The Fenton Progres- sors -1-H club held their December meeting and Christmas party on Dec. 10 at the home of Darrell and Gary Berkland. Twenty-five members were present and five new members were initiated. It was planned to have a Dad's pancake supper in January. At the recent county election Dennis Newel was chosen county 4-H president. Brian Borchardt received grand champion on his corn at the recent county crop show. John Laage also received a blue ribbon on his soybeans. After the business meeting games were played and gifts opened. Lunch was served by the hostess, Mrs Berkland. Town • Country Women The Town and Country Women's Club held their Christmas party and meeting at the home of Mrs John Waite. Co-hostesses were Mrs Lyle Newel, Mrs Arnold Hansen and Mrs Harlan Eimers. Mrs Dale Voigt and Mrs Calvin Vaudt assisted by Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Eugene Huskamp, Mrs John Struecker and Mrs Don Shaw dramatized "A Christmas Story." Mrs Voigt and Mrs Vaudt who were in charge of the program also conducted a game, carol singing poems. and read appropriate Kern Xmas Party A family Christmas party was held at the home of Mrs Amanda Kern on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 16. Guests were Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and boys, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family, Mr and Mrs Dean Nellis, Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Melvin Kern, and family, Algona, Mr and Mrs Derwood Kern and Mr and Mrs Marvin Gruhlke and family, Estherville, Mr and Mrs Tom Grein, Graettinger, Mr and Mrs Charles Bloom, Algona, and Mr and Mrs Frank Kern, Algona. Holiday In Chicago Mrs R. C. Goetsch accompanied Mr and Mrs Homer Matthiesen to Chicago over the weekend of Dec. 16. Mrs Goetsch will be a holiday houseguest of cousins of her late husband, Alex and Edna Goetsch in the suburb of Oak Park. The Matthiesens returned home Monday and while there visited Mrs Matthiesen's sister, Mrs Mary Bean in the suburb of Northbrook. Mr and Mrs George Hildreth, Des Moines, stayed with their grandchildren in their parents absence. William Hoyt, a student at SUI in Iowa City visited in his parental Rev. Paul Hoyt home over the holidays. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller visited their daughter and son-in-law, the Fred Eckharts at Gary, 111. over the weekend of Dec. 16. Mrs Dennis Long, Michael. Mark and Monte, Bettendorf, visited several days last week with Mrs Helena Jentz. Mrs Long is the former Marlys Jentz. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller visited Tuesday evening with Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs, Titonka. Mrs Fred Douglas, Rodman, and Mr and Mrs Gerald Jentz and family were Monday evening supper guests of Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas. Mr and Mrs William Bruhn and Carolyn were Tuesday evening callers on Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller. Miss Lois Voigt, who teaches fourth grade in Waterloo , will visit relatives in Fenton over the holidays. Dorothy Circle of the Methodist WSCS met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs Clarence Osborn. Assisting hostess was Mrs Wilfred Laabs. Mrs Dale Weisbrod had the program and read articles from the book, "Christ and the Fine Arts." Christmas carols were sung and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth led the prayer circle. Virginia Circle of the Methodist WSCS met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Frank McFall with Mrs George Jorgenson and Mrs Fred Mortensen co-hostesses. Mrs Lester Weisbrod led the meditation. Mrs Wilfred Stoeber, program chairman, was assisted by Mrs Ralph Weisbrod, Mrs Ed Reimers, Mrs Roy Chrischilles, and Mrs Paul Hoyt in a skit, "Christmas Is For Sharing." Mrs Stoeber also read a Christmas reading "Stars Are Shining" and she conducted a Christmas game. Seventeen members svere present and Mrs Wendell Rusch and Mrs Paul Hoyt were guests. Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller anil family were Sunday evening, Dec. 16, supper guests of Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt, Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family and Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller and family were Friday evening guests of Mr and Mrs Art Mueller. The occasion was in honor of Mr and Mrs Art Muellers birthdays. Ringsted Girl In Car Struck By Freight Train Ringsted — Sandra Culbertson. 18, daughter of the Merle Culbertsons of Ringsted, -is improving at Holy Family hospital in Estherville following a train-car accident at the crossing at Superior, west of Estherville. Darrel Walsh, 21, of Milford. driver of the car, is also in good condition. Dickinson Counly Sheriff Ike Kissinger reported that Walsh was southbound on a blacktop road aboul two blocks north of Gibson's Service Station when the collision occurred. Walsh told Kissinger that he didn't see the train, which was westbound. The collision lo.ssed the car into a utility pole along the tracks and the I'tf'i model car was completely demolished. Miss Culbertson reportedly suffered multiple contusions and abrasions and Walsh ,-uffered multiple abrasions. Both Walsh and Miss Culberlson are employed in Kstlvrville. Johannesens To Observe Silver Wedding Srnecn — Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen of rural Bancroft, will be honored at a 25th wedding anniversary open house from 2 to f> p.m. Sunday, Dec. 30th. at their farm home northeast of Seneca. The couple's children are sponsoring the occasion and all relatives and friends ;ire cordially invited. No invitation will be sent Their children Marilyn, a (10 YEARS Mr and Mrs Robert Shaver of Union celebrated their GOth vvcrl- cling anniversary. They are the parents of i:i children, all living except one. and have 41! grandchildren and 52 great grandchildren. May the holiday season be filled to overflowing with happy hours and joy and good will fill your days. TIDINGS OF GREAT JOY May true happiness be yours at Christmastime. McFall Plumbing FENTON, IOWA WHEN WE SAY IT . . . WE MEAN IT! senior student in Home Economics at Iowa State I'niversity, Ames. Carol, doing secretarial work in Denver, Colo., Dwane. farming with his father at home. Rickey and Debbie. Mr and Mrs Die Pedersen entertained relatives at a pre-ChrisI- mas dinner Sunday. Dec. 9 and Sunday. Dec. in. Entertainment were Mr and Mrs Edward Mitchell. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Tom Manlcy and daughter all of Fenton, and Mr and Mrs Martin olsen and Mr a'v! Mrs Rudloph Christensnn and Keith of Ringsted; Mr and Mrs Micklick. Terril: Mr and Mrs Milford Mitchell, Lone Rock, and Mi and Mrs Morris Mitchell of Fenton. Sunday. Dec. 23, they were hos 1 .to their children and their families jDisn fsryeu. '^TEe Merriest ••* •8 The Brightest! t • <»The Happiest??; Of Holidays All-Ways! I Special "P.S." to all you last minute shopper 1 ;: "Why not our Gift of Beauty Certificate for Her? Put our services at her command. She' lo\e juu lor your thoughifulncss! Christmas Martin & Kill llantHinan To eacli of our many good friends we send our heartiest greetings and best wishes for a happy holiday season endowed with great times and good fellowship. ''11 We wish you, your family and our many friends the traditional joys of an old- fashioned Christmas. FRIENDLY TAVERN Fenton LAEL'S BEAUTY SHOP <; ^ *>'~ » *» «* WWtf 4 \^teetl Our thanks and best wishes to all of you who have been our patrons during the past year. May your Yule be a merry one and bright. teetin "J WE EXTEND TO YOU -^' OUR WARMEST AND SINCEREST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT - Fenton *»***» Merry Christmas and good wishes to everyone in every land. "" KRAUSE "66 & AUTO SALES FENTON, IOWA BAILEY'S STORE Fenton, Iowa JOHN and WINIFRED BAILEY fr.-i Tfti-i fi'ff" ten fritftvn ftmfrff ^^^-P^jH^^V-f^ik^jr-p-^jti* ffi-n tstn tiin Bin BJini Hi DUNCAN PRODUCE - Fenton Golden Sun & Welp Feeds ^^.^JMi^^^J^^^^^J^^ftOT&^^^IBMiBaflBl^lilllti.tti

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