The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1957 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 7, 1957
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ifenfan K*parfor Fenton Will Be Sentral P.T. A. Host On Nov. 11 — The Sentral Com- fnunity School P.T.A. will bo he! 1 JWonday evening. Nov. 11. at 1he Fonton school gym. A program 4s planned and refreshments will be served by Mesdames Ernest Berkland, chairman, Larry Alt. Clarence Arbogast. Hilbert Bier- fltedt, Thelma Anderson. Robert Anderson, John Bailey, Don feerkland. Melvin Berkland. Ben- tiie Berkland. Alfred Bierstedt. Lloyd Berkland, Florence Behne, •ICrvin Borchardt, Allan Bollinger. Dean Cannon, C. R. Ditsworth end Clifford Douglas. ••• Guetis in the W. H, Wolfe home Sunday evening in honor of the 15th wedding anniversary t»f Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman of JBurt were Mr and Mrs Frank McFall, Mr and Mrs Charles Theesfield, Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman, Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Art Tietz of Lakota and the honored couple and their son Terry. Mr and Mrs Rex Swanson and family of Whittemore were Thursday evening visitors in the Don Steinberger home. Ronald Mortenson, IC3, has written his parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Mortensen that he is now Attending a school for Motion picture repair. He has previously attended a school for Motion picture operator. * This is aiiothe'r fine advancement for Ronnie, who was not expecting an opportunity like this, since he has only approximately seven months left to serve in the Navy. He has •just recently returned from a Caribean cruise. Dr. and Mrs John Walte are the parents of a 9 Ib. 10 oz. daughter born Friday, Nov. 1st at the Holy Family Hospital. Members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church are serving a Smorgasbord Wednesday evening, Nov. 13, at the church par- 6-Algona (Id.) Upper Dei Molnw Thursday, Nov. 7, 195? lor?. Serving is to begin at 5 p.m. Mr and Mrs Larry Cade, Mrs Herman Gade and Mrs Paul Eigler spent the weekend in Chicago. The Gades visited with the Lester Gades and Mrs Eigler visited her daughter Sharon. The Sub-district M.Y.F. Youlh Rally was held at the local Methodist Church Sunday. There were 70 in attendance. A high light of the program was an interesting panel discussion presented by five representatives of Morningside College. Mrs Lena Kohlw,es and Mrs Gayle Keeley of Minneapolis were visitors Saturday night in the Everett Dreyer home. Sunday Mr and Mrs Richard Hengel Minnie Dreyer of Amboy, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer and Jackie of Humboldt, and Mr arid Mrs Harry Haase were callers. Mrs Amanda Kern spent this past week in the Dean Nellis home at Fort Dodge. Friday afternoon and evening guests of Mrs Martin Hantelman were Mrs Ida Chism and her friend, Mrs Marshall of Algona. Mr and Mrs Martin Ohm and Dennis were last Tuesday evening visitors in the Carl Jensen home. Mrs Ervln Berkland and Mrs Harry Barkve were hostesses to the Lutheran WMF at Depew Thursday afternoon. Mrs Amos Berkland presented the program on Evangelism and Rev. H. L. Norheim presented the lesson. Mrs E. W. Ruske entertained her Bridge Club Saturday afternoon. Guests players were Mrs W. W. Jolley, Mrs Ernest Votteler, Mrs George Murphy and Mrs W. R. Wolfe. Mrs Everett won high score prize, Mrs Retta Eigler, second high and Mrs Ernest Votteler received low score prize. Sunday afternoon and supper "SMORGASBOARD" FENTON METHODIST W. S. C. S. WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 13th : - M E N u .r- Turkey, Ham, Meatballs Salads Relishes Vegetables Buttered Buns Sweet Breads Assorted Pies Coffee Adults, $1.25 Children under 12 years 75c IF IT'S A SAW YOU NEED THIS IS THE ANSWER WR/EHT ffffffl POWER SAW TRY IT YOURSELF - WE WAVE THEM JUST RECEIVED! SEE IT! New Idea No. 301 Mounted 2 Row Corn Picker "Will mount en any row crop tractor except a John Deere. BUY AT THE OLD PRICE BEFORE PRICE RISE USED IMPLEMENTS 1 3-14 tractor plow with new ityle bottoms, ground lift, rubber tired, very good »hape, f Cafe 2» 16 plow en rubber • John Deere 91 $.14 trecter plow, converted to hydraulic, good rubber tire*. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON, IOWA in the Don Steinbcrgcr home were Mr and Mrs Harold Lutz and Janet of Fairmont. The Band Mothers of the Sentral Community schools wrt? meet Tuesday, evening, Nov. 1?., at the Seneca School. Officers and directors will be elected. Vance Merle, infani son of Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt, was baptized Sunday, Nov. 3 at the Methodist church. Dinner guests in the Voigt home in honor of the occasion were Mr and Mrs Ger* ,hard Hantelman and Paul, William Voigt, Lois and Peggy. Mr and Mrs Darryl House* holder are the parents of a son borfi Sunday, Nov. 3, at the Spirit Lake Memorial Hospital. He weighed 4 Ibs. 3',^ oz. and has been named David Glenn. Miss Bollinger Of Fenton To Wed Dec. 1st Fenton — The engagement and approaching marriage of Kathleen Bollinger, daughter of Mr and Mrs Allan Bollinger of Fenton, to Robert Koenck, son of Mr and Mrs Gus Koenck of Emmetsburg, has been announced. The ceremony is planned for St. John's Lutheran church ,.in Fenton on December 1. tfhe bride-to-be is pictured above. Fentonites At Golden Wedding Fenton — Mr and Mrs Norman A. Larsen, Norma Jean and Mary Lou and Roy Homann spent Sunday at Redwood Falls, Minn., helping Norman's folks, Mr and Mrs Nels Larsen celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. Their three sons, Norman, Louis and Carl and one daughter Anna and their families and Roy Homann all attended church with the honored couples, aftef which they were all guests for turkey dinner. In the afternoon they were honored with a program by their nine grandchildren at the home of Carl D. Larsen's. Rev. Egge gave an interesting talk. Mrs Louie Larsen made a beautiful 2-tiered wedding cake for that occasion. It was cut and served by the honored couple's daughter, Mrs Hobert Albert, Mrs Norman A. Larsen poured the coffee. Mrs Egge and five children were all luncheon guests. New Lessee At Fenton Theatre Fenton — Effective Nov. 10, Harold Kramer of Ringsted will be the new operator of the Fenton Theatre. He is leasing the motion picture theatre from Oliver Stoeber of Fenton. Mr Kramer also operates the Ringsted theatre. "Giant" will be the first picture shown under Mr Kramer's management. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL * • Fenton, (owe Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Ui With Confidence Phone FENTON' 33 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 Building 2 New Homes, Fenton Fefttoti — Two new homes are under construction in Fenton. Ed Priebe is building a new home -at the east edge of Fenton, along highway 4|. He sold his old home to Roy Uthof. William Eimers is also building a new home in Fenton. He Had been living on his farm northwest of Fenton but will move to town as soon as construction is finished. Coming Events Wednesday, Nov. 6— St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid. Thursday, Nov. 7 — Woman's Society of Christian Service; Fairville Ladies Aid. Friday, Nov. 8 — • Legion Aux-* iliary. Monday, Nov. 11 — Legion meeting; Sentral Community School P.T.A. Tuesday, Nov. 12 — Fenton Woman's Club; Band Mothers meeting. Thursday, Nov. 14 — Bertha Circle; Rose Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club; Depew Fellowship circle. LONE ROCK NEWS Mrs Margaret Householder and Everett were Sunday dinner guests at the Harlan Blanchard residence. Mr and Mrs Ralph Reidel, Ringsted, were afternoon callers and also supper guests. « m Mr and Mrs Marc Moore, Algona, also visited there in the iifternoon. Mr arid Mrs Larry AH and family of Fenton were at the Frank Dreyer home on Sunday for dinner. Saturday afternon the Dreyer family visited in Humboldt with the Duane Dreyer family. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer attended a party Sunday evening at the Rex Wolf home in Fenton in honor of the 15th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman of Burt. Lola Meyer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer, student at Briar Cliff college at Sioux City, spent the weekend at home. Mr and Mrs Edwin Carlson of Minneapolis visited in the home of Rev. and Mrs Clifford Nordine last Monday. Mrs Carlson is a sister of Mr Nordine. Rev. and Mrs AJbert Kurtz and family of Clear Lake visited in the afternoon last Sunday at the home of Rev. and Mrs Clifford Nordine. Roy Donovan, Bellingham, Washington, was a visitor this week in the Walter Thompson home. Robert Donovan of Algona was also a dinner guest there on Sunday, and Lyle and Linda Thompson spent the weekend at the Thompson home. Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson arrived home Tuesday evening from Pueblo, Colo, where they visited for two weeks with their daughter, Marieta and friends. Ruth Krueger spent those two weeks at the Christenson home. Mr and Mrs Milfred Mitchell were at Cylinder, Sunday, for dinner and supper at the Charles Nelson residence. 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