The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1957 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 22, 1957
Page 12
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MAS AtDtTH Evnttf ifenf*n August 11, 1957 Publlthed By tht Upp«r O«* Molnw ^ Publishing Co., Aleono, Iowa At Larson Reunion, Sunday Fenton — The Larson reunion ;; was held at Curtis Olson's home * Sunday, Aug .18. Those present • were Mr and Mrs Clay Boyd and .T family, Moscow, Idaho; Mr and ~, Mrs Edward Hartman and fam- * ily, Phoenix, Ariz; Mr and Mrs * Gerald Olsen and family, Omaha; Mr and Mrs Frank Franson and family, Lincoln; Mr Elden Larson, Minneapolis; Mr Lorenzo Kalberg, Minneapolis; Mr and Mrs Carl Hinrich and family, Fairmont; Mr and Mrs Ray Goering and family, Jack,son, Minn; Mr and Mrs Milo Bergman and family, Swaledale, Mr and Mrs Ervin Nercm ana family, Forest City; Miss Diant Benrick, Pocahontas; Mr and Mrs Edwin Juhl and son, Estherville; Mr and Mrs Gene Eckert and family, Albert City; Mr and Mts Everett Zitterich and family. THE BOSS) MUST HAVE SWITCHED/ TO ELECTRIC FENCER H will *lia p»y you wrt to |t«rt wtfli tr efonp to P»rm»V KU mer« And nwt tttovumh of Ftrmtr.StpcbMA »r» doing ««ch yt«r. P*f. m«V pfo»id«l you mor* *4v*nUg»i, laltfy, mtiimum tftleftnty «nd MOAemy. Proof it U ih ptrform«n«* on mof» farm throvaliMt th» world. twi k M< IN OWN DM. ft**** hm* rwrn 1 tfMHttn STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON, IA. (34&3G) ?T889&IXf^^ WORM YOUR PIGS f^-h K A' 2V4- Concentrated — Safe r®/Y) MqwM Poultry .*A3V*/ & Hog Wormfcr HEAD Economical r ..v^?-^ ^:t S C O Liquid Wormer I VALUABLE COUPON FREE- $1.00 Discount on 1 Gal. or 25e on 1 Qt. ,, I S C 0 LIQUID WORMER • " • ' ' " ,.<.:.! tafVJ'-i,-I. ••. When You Present This Ad To: Fenfon Drug Co. . .... „.... ~ ,. . ., ^ FENTON, IOWA Terril; Mr and Mrs Bertel Berkland and lola, Fenton; Mr Elmer Kclvig, Kanawha; Mr and Mrs Robert Jacobson and family, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Stafford and family, Mr and Mrs Earl Stafford and family, Mr and Mrs Robert Eckert and family, Mr and Mrs Dennis Schuller and family, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Larson and family and Mrs Mamie Eckert, all of Mallard. Mr Howard Preston and family, Swea City; Mr and Mrs Gerald Beaver, Mr and Mrs Gaylord Olsen, Ringsted; Mrs Cleo Classon, Ringsted and Mr and Mrs Curtis Olsen, Fenton. Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius spent Saturday and Sunday in Iowa City with their son Ray. They were house guests of the Lloyd Burkelts. The Blakjer WMF will meet this Thursday afternoon, Aug. 2. with hostesses, Mrs Kenneth Thompson and 'Miss Bertha Ol son. The Bible study will be presented by Mrs Peter Thorson and Mrs Elmer Krause, WMF Historian, wfibe in charge V$ the program. The Helen met Thursd Home of Mrs e of the terrtoon in . R. Wolfe with . . Mrs Romaine Weisbrod assisting. Mrs Dale Weisbrod was in charge of the devotions and 'also presented the lesson. Ten 1 members answeCedf roll call, and Mrs Duncan "was a circle guest. Mr and Mrs Marlln Wegener entertained at Sunday dinner, Mrs Kate Wegeher of Algona, Mi and Mrs Forest Hanifan and Barbara of Dysart, Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and family, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and family, Mr and Mrs E. K. Johnson, Mr and Mrs Charles Feye, Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener. The occasion honored the birthdays of Mrs Marlin Wegener and Calvin Vaudt's. Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson went to Flint, Mich, last week where they attended funeral services for a nephew. t Enroute home they stopped in 'Chicago where they saw a ballgame and also toured the, Brookfield Zoo. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell raJttfenjdBJi' 5 ; the Thompson -.-family rejfciioti held at Odin, Minn. Sunday. '•'• • ., . . , . ~" . • Mrs Alfred Meyer is a patient at the Holy Family Hospital in Estherville where she underwent surgery last week. Mr and Mrs Delond Bolte and family, Mr and Mr£ Burton Peterson and. Jfamily of Cylinder were Sunday evening guests .in- thV Merle Voigt home. Dorothy ana* Kathryn Peterson remained for several days visit in the Voig! home. Theodore Krueger. Fairmont, died Tuesday morning following a lengthy illness from cancer. He is survived by his wife Louise, three children, Mrs Clarence Theesfield, Mrs Myrtle Hansen and Harold Krueger, all of Fairmont. ^ ** •I f /'. , ."-r "^ ?' ?-*', K t •-' »-*. 4j , 1 ••*! Plan Chartered Bus Trip To Waterloo Show ROGER DREYER ot Fenion, and hftj champion beef, are shown in the atbve picture. Roger won t6 , retar ichors i'n f the Hereford breed class at the Kossuth County Fair fast week. This in KahsaS City a| guest |f the' fplks he''|>telpea rescue ihed fifed burning plane July 18, near the Dreyer farm. f and Mrs Everett Dreyef, are also guests df the Kan- Mr and Mrs Roland C. Noah. (UDM foto and engrav- week Rdi from the: Hft'jbare s^t city _„_ ing). "* Tuesday afternoon guests in the Albert Mitchell honie were Mrs Ole Kvamsdale, Miss Lillian Kvamsdale and Mrs Ear] Kvamsdale and girls of Swea City, Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mrs Nyles Heggen and David and Mrs Dick Underwood and girli Miss Kvamsdale has recently returned home from the Bolivia Mission field. Mrs Wilfred Borne and two children, Gretchen and Mary of Chicago, were guests in the Wilfred Stbeber from Saturday to Thursday of this week. Oh Sunday the Stoebers and Mrs Borne and children visited in the Clifford Anderson home at 'Will- Urns, Iowa. * Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz and Miss Edith Laage visited from Thursday of last week to Tuesday of this week with the Johii Weisbrod, fanjily:. in Trenton, '*' * ''' ' You're Invited To ^^^ ^Hjfr J^w i^P ERE at Waterloo, Tues. Sept. 10 FARMING SPREADS ITS WINGS . . . with 6-row farming and a revolutionary njew hay making method. It All At The Big J-D STATE FIELD DAY . . . Drive Them Yourself . . . You're to Operate Any Mqchjne. are ' .par e' pti • -'61 • ,a aaugmei-' ' torn Aug. 19 at St, Ann hospital. " Miss Elsie Meyer is a patient at the Lutheraii hospital in Fort Dodge. ','' Miss Anna Marie Mitchell went to Minneapolis Thursdai' to attend the Lutheran World Eedfi/JBtion.. .',' She returned home Wlffi-esday ol %'s '>eek. " Sunday guests in the Floyd Duncan home were Mr and Mrs Ray : Smith of Wesley, Mr and Mrs Henry Smith of Burt and Mr and Mrs Emil Person df Lone Rock. «< Miss Florence Weisbrod and her parents," 'Mr and Mrs Will Weisbrod returned to Des Moines Thursday. Mr and Mrs Ed Schlei accompanied, them. Mrs W. R. Wolfe spent Thursday with her s'igter, Mrs Jennie Armstrong at Blue Earth, Minn. Mesdames Gaylord John son, John Waite, Sam Warner, Hani Baago and R. W. Wolfe attended the County Auxiliary meeting held at Lone Rock Tuesday afternpon. Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt and Mr and Mrs'^ifarlan Eimers left Thursday of last .week for several days vacation ' in northern Minnesota.' Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and girls, Mr ; - and: Mrs Gerhard HantelmanrPaul and Eunice ami Byrnette Heine were Sunday dinner gUasits in 'the Edward Westfall m%ie- at' Graettinger. JRehny Sqevfrs returned home gajurday afternoon after spen^- ing the pa^st two w,eeks at Camg Foster at Lake Okoboji. Tht Boever family planned to leave this W.ednesdeji- ,for Californis where they will make their future home. Saturday dinner guests of Mrs Amanda Kern Wer'e Mr and Mrs Dean Nellis of Fort Dodge and Mrs Douglas Sargeant, Debbie. Scott and Becky of Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Eldon Lee and Marilyn of Estherville and Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and boys were Sunday evening visitors in the Kenneth Halverson home. Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cornelius and Larry of Graettinger were Sunday supper guests in the home pf Mrs Carrie Odin a! Estherville. Coming , Thursday, August 22 — Blak- jer W.M.F. 53 YEARS A decorated cake was presented to Mrs Frank Hobbs of Alta recently at the Buena Vista county fair honoring her for her various contributions to the,'county fair for the past 53 years. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21Q06 20216 Fenlon—An a ed charier bus hat been engaged id take any and all Flnton area farmers or resl« denis ta Waterloo, Tuesday, S»pt, 10, to attend the John Dfcete State Field Day derhonstfations. Weisbrod Implement of Fenlon is handling arrange* ments and reservations should be made as quickly as possible. v The bus will Heave Penton a* 5:30 a.m. and return about ...$ ip.m. New six-row farming and , a revolutionary new method • of making hay, will be dem- i onslrated. Those attending are welcome to operate any of the equipment on display themselves. Register at , Weisbrod Implement for an interesting and entertaining trip. Full announcement elsewhere on this page. BIRTHDAYS Four Wohlford sisters .daughters of Mr and Mrs Walter Wohlford of Dyersville recently celebrated their birthdays on the same day. They are all different ages, but they were all born on the same day. General Charles G. Gordon, British governor of Sudan was killed January 26, 1885 by a Mohammedan soldier, who car- tied the governor's head arouhd oh a spear. 1 NOTARY SEALS made to order at Upper Des Moines Pub. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY , INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER But. Phone 3 Re*. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone' 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair* FENTON, IA. CHARTERED AIR-CONDITIONED BUS FROM FENTON , ,, . ' "-&&> Will leave at 5:30 A.M., Sept, 10, arriving Waterlog obpyt 9 A.M. Return trip leavei14 P.M., arrive* in Fentcn-obaut 8 P.M. $6 epst of round trip, Fentin to PLEASE REGISTER WITH US AT ONCE FOR THIS TRIP, mm PI 4NP tiAB N,,AS WEU AS WEU 45 HAVING AN ENJOYABLE TIME, I V O O II HZ w J O H N D 11 K fc T tt A C I O W S Fenton Co-Op Elevator Grain Bins WILL BUILD TO YOUR OWN REQUIREMENTS AND SPECIFICATIONS 1000 Bu. CAPACITY <j 12 x 14 foot at One Now Under Construction If You Want tp Inspect It and See How We Build Them LUMBER - Everything In Lumber & Builders Supply BUILDERS HARDWARE - INSULATION - ROOFING MILLWORK Take a glance at your future, little "Miss America," Isn't it a wonderful one! That's because you'll live better... have an ultra-modern home... so convenient and work- free that it's like jnagic. We're working hard, planning ahead for you. And there'll always be something new and wonderful for you to anticipate! This year we're spending $9,3P,P,QQQ o» a construction program, That's a lot to spend on a little gpr!.... but you're worth every penny! And remember,,. you fan always depend 9« us. We're taking good care pf your bright future! "A Good Citizen of the Communities We Serve" IOWA UECTRIC LIGHT ond POWER FINTON, 4CWA -*—* i

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