M. C. FESSENDEN Maynard C. Fessenden rites set Maynard C. Fessenden, 72, salesman for Floyd & Leonard Auto Electric Co., died suddenly Wednesday night in a Mason Citv hospital. He made his home al 113 2nd SW. Mr. Fessenden was born on> a farm near Mason City, Oct. 14, 1893, son of Francis and Anna (Pcdclty) Fessenden. He attended country schools and was employed for a time by the Colby Motor Company and later by the Pedclty Implement Company of Mason City. He was married to Katie Stonfield, June 10, 1915, at Manly. They made their home in Mason City. For a number of years, he was employed by the Wasner Ford garage as an auto mechanic before opening his own auto repair garage. He continued to operate his garage until 1942, when he was employed by Floyd the lieu returned He the he $60 merchandise and Leonard Avito Electric Company as a salesman. Mr. Fessenden was a member of the First Methodist Church, a past grand of IOOF Lodge 224, Mason City; patriarch of Anchor Encampment 102 of the Mason City IOOF Lodge, and a past captain of Canton Phoenix 25 of the Patriarchs Militant of Ma son City. Surviving are his wife, a son, Fay (Buzz) Fessenden, Mason City; a grandson, Roger L. Fessenden, whom they reared their son after the mother's death, five other grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. A brother, Warren Fessenden, Mason City, and two sisters, Mrs. Floyd (Helen) Crabtrec, Clear Lake, and Mrs. Kenneth (Esther) Wren, Minneapolis, Minn., also survive. He was preceded in death by a son, Glenn W. Fessenden, a Mason City fireman, in 1054. The funeral will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the Major Memorial Chapel. The Rev. roy E. Bauman, associate pastor of the First Methodist Church, will officiate. Odd Fellows funeral rites will be conducted at the chapel by Jack Farrer, acting noble grand. Burial will be in'Elmwood Cemetery. Friends may call Ihe chapel from 4 p.m. Friday until the time of services.