The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 31, 1957 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 31, 1957
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4-Algona (la.) Upper DCS Moines Thursday, October 31, 1957 ...far all your needs We're ready at all times to help every member of this community with loans for all needs, savings plans and \11 bank services. May we assist you too, soon? Savings Are Important For Your Future! And, important to local pro* gressl This helps us make loans to responsible borrowers, building soundly in this community for your future I It's Good Business To Pay Bills By Bank Check Your cancelled check for pay* meni—whether for business or household bills — is your permanent recepit. Open a convenient checking account, here I First Trust & Savings Bank - Fenton and Armstrong, Iowa on geVWATuset this pre-cleanln fc methpd of saving suds f fell flew Golden Anniversary Speed Qveen «l»g ibJogch, bjuing, softener}, etc. to the rinse water outo- , mo eliminates the spin cycle for drip-dry fabrics •• It efrotes the water to save soap ^ it doe* j«t oboyt everything but put the clothe* in th« macrijne and take out- If i really an amazing weihtrJ There never w«s a better time to trade in yo«r old aiichine. Use it u « down payment «J«rt enjoying thif ywrwhwd Speed with th» new built-in STOEBER HARDWARE WJTNTON Fenfon Guest Leaving For Persian Gulf Fenton — Walter Hantelman visited Tuesday to Thursday with Fenton relatives. He has been stationed in Korea and will soon leave for the Persian Gulf Zone. Tuesday evening dinner guests in the William Hantelman home in his honor were Mr and Mrs Hilbert Hantelman of Mankato, Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman, Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn, Gerhart Hanlelman and Paul and Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family . Flu Cancels Party The Town and Country Woman's Club have announced that the annual Halloween party planned for this Thursday evening, Oct. 31 has been cancelled because of the flu. Club members felt that too many children would miss the party because of being ill. Also that others would risk going to the party, even though they were not feeling too well. Install 4-H Officers The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met in the home of Roxy Voigt on Monday evening, October 21. Twelve members and two mothers were present. New officers were installed for the coming year: president, Judy Berkland; vice president, Carol Bollinger; Secretary, Karen See- gebarth; treasurer, Jeanette Wichtendahl; historian, Roxy Voigt. The 4-H Ceremonial Song was played by Jackie Laabs. Bonnie Jentz joined the club as a new member. Lunch was served by Roxy and her mother, Mrs Paul Voigt. At the present time the club is without a leader for the coming year. The girls would like to continue with their work, so if there is someone who would like to help as a leader, please contact one of the club members. Mr and Mrs Roclf Miller and Ruth were Sunday visitors in the Melvin Ricklefs home at Titonka. Mr and Mrs Miller visited Thursday evening in the Paul Winter home at Lakota. Mrs Romaine Weisbrod and son Billy spent Sunday at the Robert Chestnutwood home at Winterset, Mr and Mrs W. B. Schmidike and Emil Schmidtke of Morristown, Minn, were guests Sunday and Monday in the William Hantelman home. Members of the Homebuilders Sunday School Class honored Mr and Mrs Fred Brown at a farewell party Wednesday evening, with a pot-luck supper. The Browns were presented with a gift from the group. The Browns were also honored guests at a farewell dinner Sunday noon at the church. They will move to Mason City in the near future. Mrs W. W. Jolley of Qttumwa spent this past week with her son and his family, the W. W. Jolleys in Fenton. Miss Edith Laage of Des Moines spent the weekend in the J. A. Schwartz home, Sunday guests in the Albert Mitchell home were Mr and Mrs Chester Skaar, Harold and Bernette of Primghar, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and girls and Anna Marie Mitchell. The occasion honored Mrs Underwood's birthday. Eugene Radig of Omaha speni the past weekend with his mother, Mrs Alex Radig in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Paul Cprrielius spent the weekend with Mrs Cornelius" sister, Mrs Martha Lovett at Rock Island, 111., and with a niece, Mr and Mrs Ben Maier • at Milan, 111. and also visited with Ray Cornelius at Iowa City. The U Deal Em Bridge Club met last Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs Lloyd Sunde at Ringsted. Three tables were in play. Mrs George Jentz won high score prize and Mrs Everett 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 21006 20216 Musical Recital At Fenton Held Oct. 25 Pupil* of Ruih Hodgton appeared in tecflal at the Methodist chufeh In Fenlon, Friday evening, Oci. 25. at 8 p.m. This was an annual recital. The program was presented by the following pupils: Bonnie Jentz, Maty Lou Larsen, Rattda H a n s e n, Kathryn Dilsworth, Cheryl Krause, John Loege, Carol Shaw, ReXiae Votteler, Karen Larsen, Sharon Krause, Trudy Huskamp, Evalon Schlei, Joanne Mitchell, Vergene Norland, Jaaean Zwiefel, Margaret Nielsen, Janet Walker, Norma Jean Larsen and Janet Behite. Dreyer, second hlfih. Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family were Sunday visitors in the Fred Douglas home at Rodman. Martin Ohm recently broke his left wrist while doing, some carpenter work at his,own home. Martin fell from a 'step ladder. Mr and Mrs Martin Ohm were Wednesday evening- guests in the Donald Radig home at Lone Rock. They were Sunday evening visitors in the Ray Theesfield home at Armstrong. Guests At Widdels Fenton — Mr and Mrs Richard Snyder and boys, at Austin, Minn, were Saturday and Sunday guests in the Duane Widdel home. Mr and Mrs Richard Krumm and family of Armstrong joined the group for Sunday dinner. Flu Hits Fenton Fenton — Many folks in the Fenton area have flu, and if the news this week is less than usual, it's because the news cor- resp6ndent also has it. Mrs Wollner, 87, Cylinder, Dies Funeral services for Mrs Joe Wollner, 87, of Cylinder were held Thursday, Oct. 17 in Saint Michael's Catholic Church in Whittemore, with Rev. P. J Dailcy conducting the rites. Burial was in St. John's Cemetery near Emmetsburg. Mrs Wollner was born in Washington county, Wisconsin, .in March 19, 1870, and on Feb 25, 1895, she married Joe Wollner in St. Augustine, Wise. Mrs Woll- ncr passed away at Palo AH6 Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg after a long illness. The couple lived in this community over 62 years. Surviving Mrs Wollner are her husband; a son Alvin and a daughter Mildred, both at home; a sister Mrs Joseph Spangler of Morgan, Minn., and several nieces and nephews. DIED Morris Reynolds, of Yale died recently following an injury received while helping unload corn. His foot was caught in the tumbling rod of the power jack and was badly mangled. INJURED Four were hurt at Dallas Center in a pep rally ,when firecrackers exploded in a bonfire. Coming Events Wednesday, Nov. 6 — St. John Lutheran Ladies Aid. Thursday, Nov. 7 — Woman's Society of Christian Service; Fairville Ladies Aid. Friday, Nov. 8 — Legion Auxiliary. IN THE WRONG OR NOT, lawsuits against you are a headache. Voigt Insurance has the remedy in a Comprehensive Personal Liability pplicy. INSURE phone 22 for details. 44* VOTE FOR WALTER PERTL FOR COUNCILMAN A WRITE • IN CANDIDATE - Just write in his name and put "X" In square opposite your write - in. (43 - 44) McFALL & RUSCII PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING 7/ We Se!l,l!ista!l or Service" FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES - BOTTLE GAS SERVICE PHONE 120 or 111 FENTON FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA, OERALP VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERG DEALER BMI> Phon*3 'Iff;, Phpne 60 HANTELMAN BUILDIN* SERVICE For Bwildiryj« ^modeling PHONE] W or 17 Dr, E, W, Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S OARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair* FENTON, IA. 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