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JUNE 24,1965 ifienf #n ^, ^^ ^_ ^_ ^^ ^_ ^_ ^_ j — ^_ gjK BK «| f Published By the Upper Des Moine* • Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa | JEAN PRIEBE | News Editor m fi-Algona (la.) Upper DM Moinei Thursday, June 24, 1965 Gets Over 100 Cards In Hospital On Birthday FENTON - Mrs. Maynard Nemitfc, a patient at tlio Tumor Nursing Homo in Armstrong recovering from stroke and diabetes complications, received over 100 greeting cards and Drifts for her birthday June 12. Her husband, operator of a radio repair shop In Fenton, said "The cards were from people all over the area, and really cheered her up." Mrs. Nemitz was first hospitalized last October at Estherville and then was a patient at University Hospitals in Iowa City. She was moved to Armstrong late in November, and was glad to be back where home town friends could visit her. She had been making progress in recovering use of her body, and hopes were rising that she would return to Fenton, when a bout with the Que in May and pneumonia following returned her to Iowa City for three weeks. She was released to go to the Armstrong nursing home the week before her birthday, and was really welcomed back .by the flood of mall. Mrs. Nemitz had long wanted to take "just one plane ride", but this desire was fulfilled in an unexpected way. The two trips to Iowa City were made by air ambulance, but she remembers only the first one. Before her birthday, she had received nearly 600 cards and letters wishing her recovery. All were answered by Mr. Nemitz, and each one was deeply appreciated. Nemitz has compiled some what of a record in the eyes of friends in Fenton. During the many weeks of his wife's stay at the nursing home, he has only missed visiting her two days in March, when Highway 44 was completely blocked by snow during the blizzards. -,.:. - o - — Barry Schmidt of Sigourney, Iowa spent last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland, while his parents Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Schmidt were vacationing in Texas. Mrs. Norland met them in Des Moines on Saturday and Barry returned home with her. Arden Norland is in summer training with the 133rd A C and \V Flight of the Air National Guard at Ft. Dodge from June 12 through June 2G. Mrs. William Hantelman and Becky spent several days last week visiting at the W. B. Sch- midlke home in Morristown, Minnesota. Nov. and Mrs. F. C. Pruel left Sunday {or the annual Methodist North Iowa Conference at Waterloo, which lasts through Friday. Also attending the conference are Kev. and Mrs. Kussell Eldridge and Eugene Huskamp. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson were Sunday evening supper guests at the Elmer Lee home In Estlierville. Mrs. Kenneth Halverson attended a miscellaneous shower Sunday evening at the Ringsted Presbyterian Church, in honor of her niece, Mrs. Leo Parks of Okobojl. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell. Also present were the Morris Mitchells weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Davidson and family of Charles City. Mrs. Richard Underwood was honored on her birthday Wednesday with a noon picnic at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. Guests besides the Underwood family of Boone were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren and family, Mrs. Shirley Zumach and Lori, Mrs. William DeWall, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. James Woltz have recently moved into the farm house owned by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood. Mr. Woltz is a teacher at Sentral High School, and has lived in Burt. , • —, , Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania spent Saturday through Wednesday last week at Vacation Village on Lake Okoboji, where he was attending a workshop for second managers of Felco Coop Elevators. On Wednesday evening, the Berklands were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stuck! in Spencer. Tuesday afternoon coffee guests of Mrs. Ole Pederson were Mrs. Dora Haack, Mrs. Sophia Bleckwenn, Mrs. Ervin Klatt, Mrs. Peter Jensen, Mrs. Ray Uthof, Mrs. Allied Mitchell, Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. George Jorgwison Sr., Mrs. Oscar Sorenson, Mrs. William DeWall, Mrs. Bob Mitchell, Mrs. Ervin Johnson, Mrs. Leone Halverson, and Mrs. Emil Bleckwenn. Mrs. Ernest Berkland was hostess to the North Circle of St. John's Lutheran Church, Depew on Thursday afternoon. The Bible Study was presented by Mrs. Milford Mitchell and devotions were led by Mrs. Albert Mitchell. Guests were Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Mrs. Harvey Henrlk- sen, Mrs. David Berkland, and Mrs. Samih Ismlr. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weiske and Kent of Cedar Falls were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall on Friday. Their daughter, Paula, has been visiting with her grandparents, the McFall's, and on Saturday the Weiske family left for a fishing vacation near Park Rapids, Minnesota, where they plan to spend a week. Evening guests on Friday of Mr. and Mrs. McFall besides the Weiske family were Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch. The day was also the seventeenth wedding anniversary of the Weiskes. Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause, Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krause and family, Mrs. Otis England of Ringsted, Herbert K. Krause, and Marilyn Morningstar of Cedar Falls were dinner guests on Father's Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause. Mrs. Ray Stoeber spent last week helping Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kassulke move fr»m Trimont to St. James, Minnesota, where they will operate a Dairy Queen. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber were overnight guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bassett in Milford, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fuller and family of New Providence, Iowa were weekend guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago. Judy Eigler left Wednesday for Colorado where she will work at the Ray Ruske Resort, Cfcand. Lake, Colorado. Ray is a brother of Dr. E. W. Ruske of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe were Father's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Prlebe and family of California arrivec Monday for a visit in Fenton with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebe, and other friends and relatives. Service - Satisfaction -. Economy! LUSCIOUS, RlPi Watermelons 20 Lb. Average Each 8 9 c YOUR CHOICE MY - T - FINE PUDDINGS 3 For 29 C 200 COUNT NAPKINS 25 C ALL FLAVORS KOOL-AID 3 JUICY LEMONS Doz. DOLLY MADISON Toilet Tissue 79' A 10-Roll Package FROZEN, CONCENTRATED LEMONADE 6 oz. can 1 Q c FROZEN DRINK Orange - "AWAKE" (Makes 3 Qts.) 4 Cans 43 C PRIEBE'S ROYAL BLUE Will Be Bride Of Herb Krause In August FENTON - An August 14th wedding is planned by Miss Marilyn Morningstar, Lisbon, Iowa and Herbert K. Krause, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Krause of Fenton. Their engagement is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Morningstar of Lisbon. The bride elect and her fiance will receive their B.A. degrees from State College of Iowa in January. Mrs. Ernest Votteler spent several days last week in Laurens at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Voetteler, where she cared for the children while Mrs. V. Voetteler had surgery. Mr. and Mrs. W. R-. Wolfe spent Wednesday in Wells, Minnesota with her sister, Mrs. Jennie Armstrong on her birthday. Mrs. Straley To Head American Legion Auxiliary Members of the executive board will be Mrs. Ed. Bruhn, Mrs. W. E. Laage, and Mrs. Clarence Osborn. it was announced that $131^95 was received at the group's annr ual plant sale last month, of which $79.17 was profit. The money will be used for the Auxiliary's hospital work. FENTON - New officers for the coming year were elected by the American Legion Auxiliary recently when they met at the home of Mrs. W. E. Laage. They will take office at the July meeting. Mrs. S. E. Straley was chosen president of the group. Other officers are Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, vice president; Mrs. Hans Baago, secretary; Mrs. Elmer Greinert, treasurer; Mrs. John Waite, chaplain; Mrs. Charles Newel, historian, and Mrs. Merle Volgt, sergeant-at-arms. Looft Family Reunion Held 5-City, June 20 SENECA - The Looft family held their annual reunion Sunday at the VFW hall at Swea City, enjoyed a pot-luck lunch at noon and spent the afternoon visiting. The group voted to change the date of the reunion from Sunday, Father's Day, to the fourth Sunday in June. Coming the farthest distance were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Looft, Nikki, Christy and David of Alexandria, Virginia, and Gretchen Looft of Neenah, Wisconsin. Attending from this area were Mrs. Bertha Pommer of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit De Waard of rural Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Looft and Gretchen of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Looft of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. William Mather, Jr., and son of Ledyard, also Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft of Fentonj Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Looft, Arlis and Ricky, and Dr. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Looft, and Mr. Albert Johnson and daughter, Marilyn, all of Swea City. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Norman Watson of Troy Grove, Illinois visited recently at the parental, Everett Withams. Mrs. 'Watson's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Rocky Sloter of Leland, 111., spent the weekend at the Witham home. Several Seneca young people who have enrolled in colleges As advertised fn Farm and Home Section HNTON, IOWA Is there any way to be absolutely certain that the washer you buy will give dependable service? The answer Is yes! Go to a Speed Queen coin laundry and see the grueling pun* Ishment these Speed Queens take day after day. Try them. Give them every test possible. You'll quickly discover the 4 reasons why so many laundry operators use nothing but Speed Queens: (1) clean washing (2) simplicity of operation (3) less mechanical trouble (4) longer life. Isn't that exactly what you want? AUTOMATIC WASHER WITH STAINLESS STEEL TUB AUTOMATIC DRYER WITH STAINU". STEEL DRUM RECQMMENDABLE It doesn't take long after installing a Speed Queen washer (or dryer) in your home before you start telling your friends and relatives what a wise choice you made — how smart you were to go to a Speed Queen coin laundry to get the facts of dependability. You'd be surprised how many Speed Queen washers and dryers are bought because of user recommendations! Come in and See the Speed Queen Line. JT Automatic Washers and \ Matching Dryers available .in white and colors. M SPEED QUEEN. STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, Iowa of their choice left this past week to begin their studies. Shirley Ohnemus accompanied by Margaret Bierstedt of Lone Rock enrolled at Hamilton's Business College at Mason City. Timothy Streucker Is taking a summer course at Iowa State University, Ames. Andrea Stefanski and her mother, Mrs. Andrew Stefanski enrolled at Mankato State College. Recent visitors at the Curtis Olsen home included Mrs. Olsen's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vosborg, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arne and son, Curtis, and Miss Beatrice Arne, all of Lisbon, North Dakota. Among area residents attending the wedding of Gene Gardner and Ann Christine Groh of Mankato, Saturday, June 12 at Mankato were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gardner, Dwane Johannesen, Mrs. Lewis Breese, Mrs. Fred Ericksen, Mr. and Mrs. Verl Smith and Marlene, Mrs. Ervin Votteler, Mrs. Nina Kracht and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Garrison. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilberg and family of LaPorte, Indiana arrived Saturday for a weekend visit at the home of the former's father, Martin Wilberg, Fenton. Mrs. Ole Pedersen and Mrs. Henry Looft were hostesses to the Blakjer Lutheran church women Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ted Jensen had charge of the business meeting. Mrs. Henry Looft reported on the district convention. Mrs. Henry Wilbert had charge of the devotional program and Mrs. Edna Johannesen conducted the Bible study. Mrs. Charles Beaver and Mrs. Kenneth Andre were guests. A CLASSIFIED AO WILL GET FAST RESULTS INSTALL iNOW&SAViil WE HAVE 'EM 6 In Stock NOW! 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