The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 28, 1965
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Published By fh» Uppef DM Publfohing Co., Alflona, lawa . •JEAN PR1EBE New* Editor I i I i (lo.) Upper Dec Motnfti Wednwdoy, July 28, 1965 Trudy Huskamp Returns selling., that were shown in the movie. The trip took six weeks, with travel t»th to and from Europe by plane. From European Trip F arewe || F or Instructor Leaving Soon FENTON - Miss Trudy HUB kamp, daughter of Mr. snd Mrs. Gene Huskamp, returned home Saturday morning from a European tour with a friend, Charlotte Werth of Chicago. The girls had visited Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Yugoslavia, Italy, Switzerland, France, England, and Scotland. While on the European continent they were members of a group of 32, only four of whom were Americans, and traveled by bus. In England and Scotland the two girls traveled alone, mostly by train, and went where they pleased. One of the Interesting experiences Trudy related happened on the Fourth of July, when she and Charlotte took a cable car and ski lift to the top of one of the Swiss Alps, and threw snow balls. They attended a public audience of the Pope while In Rome, and saw Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip from only a few feet away during an official parade honoring the President of Chili in London. In England, they spent a day and night in an English home in Gloucester with some people Charlette knew. They took a steamer down the Rhine River in Germany, where they saw many old castles, and swam off Venice In the Adriatic Sea. In Switzerland, they attended a folk-lore evening, where Swiss yodellng, flag twirling, and authentic Swiss dances were demonstrated. After a demonstration on blowing the 12-foot alpine horns, several people from theaudienca Including Trudy were Invited to try, and discovered that It is very difficult to blow these long horns. The girls spent a few days In Salzburg, Austria where the "Sound of Music" was filmed, and enjoyed seeing the beautiful WINDOW FANS 2 and 3 Speed Box Fans tfOEBER HARDWARE _Fenfon OUR OWN HARDWARE FENTON - The members and families of the North Circle of St. John's Lutheran Church, Depew, held a farewell party Tuesday evening at the parish house for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren and family, who are leaving the community. The program included a short talk by Rev. Oliver Johnson, a piano selection by Paula Wiener, and a poem read by Mrs. Albert Mitchell. A farewell gift was presented to the family. Mr. Burkgren has been industrial arts teacher at Sentral Community School for six years, and the family is moving soon to LaPorte City, where he has accepted a teaching position. On Monday afternoon, Mrs. Charles Feye was hostess at a farewell coffee party for Mrs. Burkgren. Guest were Mrs. Melvin Thiesen, Mrs. Tony Kahler, Mrs. Jerry Waite, Mrs. Norman Bolllnger, and Mrs. Donald Priebe. - o - Alice Skaar of Minneapolis was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Skaar and Harold of Prlmghar were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell. The annual July pot-luck Sunday School picnic of St. John's Lutheran Church, Depew, was held Sunday at the Ingham Lake Bible Camp. Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Keoppel returned to Fenton Friday after two short vacation trips. Their " first' trip, during the week of July 12, Included visits with Mrs. Keoppel's sister, Mrs. Bill Winslow In Dayton, Ohio, and with friends in Lexington, Kentucky. The next week the Keoppels, accompanied by their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Anderson of Mason City, vacationed on a trip to the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mortenson and Carolyn of Omaha were PRIEBE'S SPECIALS - JULY 30-31 DIET RITE COLA 2 - 6 paks, 16 oz. JACK SPRAT OLEO 5 Ibs. $1.00 Hiland Potato Chips 11b. twin pak box 59c MONARCH FROZEN LEMONADE (oz. can lOc SATHER'S COOKIES 39c Varieties 3 pkgs. $1,00 Royal Crown COLA 2 - 8 pa's, 16 oz. $1 * DUNCAN NINES CAKE MIXES 3 pkgs. $1.00 Butter-Nut COFFEE 1 Ib. can 79c MONARCH FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 5 - 6 oz. cans 51. SCHWEN'S TOP VALUE ICE CREAM 59c half gal. WE GIVE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS! PRIEBE'S ROYAL BLUE F6NTON, IOWA weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortenson. Sunday dinner guests there were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Gremmels, and afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lowe of Boone. Danny Householder, 5, grandson of the Fred Mortensons and son of Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Householder of Omaha has been hospitalized since last Thursday at the Immanuel Lutheran Hospital In Omaha, with a skull fracture which occurred when he fell from a porch while at Bible School. Mr. and Mrs. Hale Halverson of Humboldt were Sunday guests In the Kenneth Halverson home. Mrs. Kenneth Halverson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Mike Nelson of Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Berkland of Wahoo, Nebraska to Payne sville, Minnesota on Monday, where the group will attend the L.E.M. Bible Camp at Lake Kronis this week. The Birthday 500 Club met Monday evening with Mrs. Kenneth Kruse. Prizes were won by Mrs. James Meyer and Mrs. Burnett Heine. Guests were Mrs. Jerry Wllberg, Mrs. Bob Mitchell, and Mrs. Charles Feye. Mrs. Gladys Smith, Jim and Chan of Sacramento, California are spending several weeks here, visiting relatives and friends. They visited at the Ray Stoeber home last week, and the Smiths and Stoebers all spent the weekend at St. James, Minnesota where they attended a family get- together at Long Lake. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, Mrs. Edith Laage, and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage and boys attended the wedding of a relative, Patricia Reid, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erie Reid of Esther- vllle to David GundersonofEsth- erville. The service was held Saturday evening at the Redeemer Lutheran Church in Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and Mrs. Edith Laage were Sunday visitors at the Karl Schwartz home in Rockwell City. Mr. Elmer Peterson of Wichita and Mrs. Seth Peterson of Kiron, Iowa, cousins of Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, spent Monday at the Schwartz home. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wilberg of Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage and sons were also guests at the Schwartz home. Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Jensen and family of George, Iowa were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jensen. Afternoon callers on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Bruhn were Friday evening visitors at the Clarence Blerstedt home in Estherville. On Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. William Bruhn visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Bierstedt, Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman of Mankato were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn were hosts at a picnic supper Tuesday in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. William Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Heine, and Terri Voigt. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Heine and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman, and Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman and family. To Wed Former Fenton Man FENTON - Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jansen, Harris, Iowa, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sandra to Gary Widdel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Widdel of Armstrong. Miss Jansen is employed at Fandels Hairdressing Studio and her fiance at Montgomery Ward's in Fairmont. A Sept. 4th wedding is being planned. The Widdels are former Fenton residents. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick of Jefferson, Iowa, were Sunday afternoon callers at the Louis Weisbrod home, while on their return trip from a vacation at International Falls, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schiltz and girls of Long Beach, California are visiting at the home of Mrs. Emil Frank and Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw. Mrs. Schiltz is a daughter of Mrs. Frank. Other guests there this week include Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rabey and family of Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johansen of Minneapolis, Miss Gene vie ve Newel of Chicago, and Carol Shaw of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel were hosts at a dinner party Saturday evening. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schiltz and girls, Mrs. Emil Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCarty and family of Hartley. Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Jolley returned Sunday from a two week vacation spent at Saugatuck, Michigan, where they visited with their daughter, Judy, who is spending the summer working at a resort there. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber, and Mrs. Gladys Smith and family spent Sunday at the Irvin Kassul- ske family's home in St. James. Donald Matthiesen of Fenton and Gary Rath of Lone Rock are spending two weeks counseling at Bible Camp near Scranton, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler, Mrs. Retta Eigler, and Mrs. Emma Reimers were Sunday guests of Mrs. Velma Bortz and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eigler in Jefferson, Iowa. Mrs. Lena Kohlwes andDorene of Minneapolis spent Friday night with Mrs. Ida Dreyer> and on Saturday they and Mrs. Roger Dreyer and children drove to Sioux City, where Mrs, R. Dreyer returned to her home after spending the last week visiting in Fenton and Whittemore, and the others stayed overnight. On Saturday the Duane Dreyer family of SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, lewa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Fenton, Iowa Dr. E, W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sales & Service Phone 13 or 136 LLOYD M, BERKLAND Licensed Real Esate Broker and Farm loan* and Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa Humboldt stopped in Sioux City while returning from a vacation at the Black Hills. On Sunday Mrs. Ida Dreyer returned to Fenton and the Kohlwes' to Minneapolis. Fenton 4-H Workshop Held FENTON - The Fenton Forwards Girls 4-H Club met July 12 at the home of Paulette and Karla Peter. An outdoors workshop was held. A committee was chosen to provide a lunch at the local achievement show, which will be held at the Lone Rock Legion Hall on Wednesday, July 28. Illustrated talks were given by Ann Krause and Joyce Berkland, and demonstrations were given by Sandra Seegebarth and Debbie Bierle. CLUSINH IDVERTRlie FOR SALE - To settle Joe Madden Estate. Farm lands several parcels. See Atty. H. W. MILLER, Algona. 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Bake and Broil Units • Sturdy Steel Construction • Glass-Fiber Insulation t Stain-Resistant Porcelain- on-Steel Finish • Durable Brushed-Chrome Surface Top • Silicone Oven Door Gaskets • Two Adjustable Oven Racks (in lower oven) one in upper oven • Four Leveling Legs NEW TRI-LEVEL ELECTRIC FLANGE A NEW CONCEPT IN COOKING CONVENIENCE-No longer is it necessary to "program" your meals, cook something, then remove it and let it get cold to make room for some other part of your meal. With the Kelvinator Tri-Level you have access to the usual oven and surface units, PLUS a big, full-size second oven ... all at the same time. UPPER, EYE-LEVEL OVEN COOKING-The big advantage of this oven of course, is that it gives you a second oven to use in addition to the lower one. You can use this oven for baking the pastries for your meak while the meat and vegetables are cooking below ... or bake or broil in one oven and keep foods warm in the other. For visibility and utility, too, this oven is "just right." The interior light and king-size patterned glass window let you observe cooking progress—with no bending over to use the oven. And you can use it on an automatic setting if you wish. CONVENIENT, FULLY LIGHTED SURFACE COOKING-The recessed brushed-chrome range top is wonderfully illuminated by the fluorescent light located on the bottom of the eye-level oven. And talk about surface-cooking convenience) You have four high-speed units, three of which have infinite-heat settings. The fourth unit is one you'll love—it's the one with Pan-0-Matic Control. Set the control for the exact heat you want and it automatically maintains that heat with electric fry-pan accuracy. Push button lets you set for small- or large- pan cooking, and special signal light tells you when unit is operating. LOWER, KING-SIZED OVEN COOKING-This is the giant oven that excels in versatility. Certainly you can bake or broil in this oven. But barbeque, too? Yes, on the buijt-in electrically operated rotisserie. You can roast automatically by using the automatic timer that turns the oven on at whatever time ypu want it to start, then turns it off at the time set, even when you're not there. There's an automatic or push-button light and king-size patterned glass window to let you see what's cooking. This oven also has two adjustable racks. A pprcelain- on-steel broiler pan with aluminum grill is included for your convenience. PLUS-CONVENIENT STORAGE SPACE-At the bottom of this magnificent cooking center, so all-inclusive, only 30 inches wide, there's even a large storage drawer. This provides plenty of room right at the range to store those often-used pots and pans. The drawer-front is finished in chrome for added beauty. ON DISPLAY AT Me Fall PLUMBING - HEATING - APPUANCt Fenton, lewa WE TRADE

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