The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1960 · Page 14
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June 2V 1960 Published By th> Upper Bel Mdlfttt Publishing Co,, ' New* Editor June 23, Thursday — The Alvin Zumach home at Fenton will be sold at public auction, beginning at 6 p.m. A complete household goods sale will be held preceding sale of the house. Complete details on the sale will be found in rjext week's UDM. Lloyd Berkland will auctioneer the sale. 6-AlocSna *a.) Upper Dai Molnet Tuesday, June 21, I960 Reunion After l&Yearcfor Fenton Family Feriton -— Three brothers and three sisters had a get-together this weekend in Fentort. Frank McFall and Mrs. W. Rex Wolfe were hosts to their sisters Mrs. Elvin Armstrong (Jennie) of Wells,, Minn., and Mrs. Floyd • Kite (Ada) of Oskaloosa, Iowa, and their brother Orin Of Ceddr Rapids and Rollow of Oskaloosa* The late parents of the six were Theodore Newton McFall^ and Rachel Mae Jones McFall who came to the Feriton area from Fremont; Iowa in 1913.. The McFalls have seen each other since the death of their parents, but they have not all • been together since the • death ;of their father in ;Fentpn June. 194.'Their ; mother'4iecL here in 1942. Hostess At ^Bridge ; Mrs. Clarence Wegener wag hostess to the U-Deal-tfm Bridge Club Monday evening. 'Guests were Mrs, .Esther-Frank,- Mrs. Charles; : Newel, Mrs. Aflo : Rahney, Mrs. Weber Yager, Mrs. E. K. Johnson,'and Mrs. Emma Riemers. Mrs. Alvin Zumach,';,won high prize, Mrs. iCHa'rles; IJ%e.} Znd high and Mrs. George Jentz low. The members of the club presented Mrs. Alvin Zumach With a going a Way present. Mrs. Ray Stoeber read an original poem entitled 'Memories of a Bridge Club." ( Attends Graduation Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod attended Friday's graduation exercises in the University .fieldhouse at Iowa City. Her daughfer-iri-law Mrs. John Eigler, was granted a B.A. with a major in English Mr. and Mrs. Eigler left Saturday for Omaha where Eigler will be employed for the third summer by the Peter Kiewett company. He supervises concrete construction at Offutt airbase Eigler will complete work toward a bachelor of science degree in .civil engineering at midyear at the University of Iowa. Uthof Infant Baptized , Barrel ; Edwin, • infant son -of Mr. and Mrs. 'Edwin Uthof, was baptized Sunday in the St. John's Lutherdn church with lev. W. H.'Friedrich officiating. Sponsor*., were Mr. and Mrs, Ervin Borchardt. Dinner and supper guests in the Uthof home were Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Friedrich, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Borchardt and family, Paul Corneluis, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mitchell and Joanne, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Flint and family all of Fenton, Mr, and Mrs. Don Uthof and family of West Concord, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Alford McNamar and family of Ringsted. and Mr. and Mrs. Dunae Corneluis and Sherri Lou of Armstrong. Lone Rock Gl ma, HEAVY-DUTY ORNAMEKTA1 IRON RAILINGS AND COLUMNS look for the GENUINE Versa Label Mr. arid Mrs. E. R. Worley of Springdale, Arkansas were Sunday afternoon and overnight guests in the S. E. Straley home. Julie and Peggy Marsh of New Providence, Iowa, visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lister last week. Jackie Jo and Diane of Wav erly, Iowa are .visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte. Mrs. Fred Morlenaon enler tained several ladies at a coffee party Saturday afternoon. Carl Morlenson will be laken to the : Veteran's Hospital in Des Mpines 'Wednesday morning. He has been a patient at the Miller Rest Home in Emmetsburg for several weeks.' Mrs. Adolph Peril underwent surgery Thursday at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Sunday callers in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Schlei and Mr. and Mrs. Marold Schlei were Mf. and Mrs. Edwin Josten and 'Marcell .of Klemme. The Jostehs were Sunday supper uests in the Ed Schlei home.. Mrs. Betty Freeman and son Leslie were Sunday dinner guests in the Henry Wilberp home. Leslie stayed for several days longer to, visit. Mrs. Ed Milchell, Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. Nyles Heggen and David, and Mrs. Richard Underwood and children were Thursday afternoon guests in the home of Mrs. Albert Mitchell. The occasion was in honor of Lenora Underwood's 5th birthday. • Jim Bergum, Jack Geilen- feld.t. Vernon Wilberg, Judy Bratrud, and Barbara Halverson attended a Luther League outing at-tjie Ingham Lake Bible Camp 'Friday evening. Mrs. Charles Weisbrod was hostess to- a coffee party Thurs day afternoon for a group of Korean Servic Lane Rock — Ralph Ricnlrds, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Richards, called Thursday to tell his folks that he had returned to the States Wednesday. Ralph has been in Korea for the, past year and will "be home for ,an indefinite stay after being" released from the armed services Ralph plans on re-enlisting in the Service in the future. Son Improved Mr. and Mrs. M; O. Richards visited their son, Frank Richards, at Garner after he returned home from the hospital Tues- da"y. Frank is doing very nicely, having been severely burned while at work. He was burned on the hands, face, arms and the chest. Mr. and Mrs. George Alke and Janice, Mrs. Anna Alke of TUbn';. ka and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Se'egcbarth and family enjoyec a picnic supper at the Gerald Radig home recently. Mrs. Ronald Christensen and Jean and Mrs. Milton Madison and Kent were Monday callers n- the Roger Jensen home. ' Mrs. Darryl Householder, and Danny, Kathy Mortehsen, Mrs. Bob Marlow and Brenda and Vlrs. Dave Lynch and' Patricia were guests in -the Joe Lynch home Wednesday honoring Kathy Lynch's fourth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Hurl- Durt are parents of a son born May 22 in Holy Family hospital- at Estherville.' He weighed' 7 Ibs., 2 ozs. and was named Aht- lony Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Habeger were callers Thursday evening in the Bernard Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller were visitors Friday evening in the James Meyer home at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris were Friday callers in' the Em'ma Manus home at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Kueckei and family of West Bend wete callers in~the Roger- Long- home Sunc&;' " "' ' •'.•»--, ;-^ jl fc i Loren Barker,' forme'i- feMpn teacher, will teach rriath&Mtles at Coricordm College. Mr. fiarket" and> his, family ,WU be .living'at Milwaukee, Wise, , , , *• , , Mrs. Rutt Kruegeif of Lone Rock sbehi Wednesday iri • the Hiram Ackefrrtaii home in Hurt. Mr. dnd Mrs. Donald Blanc-^ hard, Craig and Chet Alme spent three days camping otit' and fishing at Cut Foot Sioux Lake and visited at Bolstering Lake with Otto Jensen a week ago Sunday. Mary Flaig attended the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr, and Mrs. Art Long at -Bancroft Sun- The Romaine circle of the Presbyterian church met' in the home of Dorothy Kraft, with Rose Kraft assisting hostess. Beulah Lee presented the lesson. The Marjorie circle met at Nan Blanchard's June 16. Anita Marlow was assisting hostess. Fern Krueger presented the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Ortwin Tietz attended the wedding^ of' Arlet Woodwick of Rake and Harold Christensen of Bricelyn in the Zion Lutheran church, " Rake, Saturday. " •. • • Special Film At Depew Church 'i I , ' ^ f * - v i F*»toii — HanS Nlblson, sort of "Norwegian reformer Hauge. is the subject of a factual film to be-shown at 8 p.m., 'June 22, at St. John's Lutheran church in Depew. Pastor - Jo'rgen Husek> lepp, who played the (part of Hauge in the film made in Norway, will speak in English at the Wednesday night viewing. The moving picture has been re* worded in English. Dr. Oscar C. Hanson, pastor of. tlie American Lutheran con- 'gregation of Oslo, Norway, recommends the film. He writes "Many in America have incorrect views of Hans Nielson Haug<5, who did not try. to tear down the chui'ch, but 'father tried to build it up." •' ""Mr. and Mrs. Bjorne Ellingsen, who also have parts in the film, will sing Norwegian songs Wednesday evening. ^ Hans Lindahl, who has a. fruit farm in Norway is a Christian layman .with the group. A free will offering will be'taken. j ^,, r ..i-i. — Fenton Man To Job In Arsenal Fenldn — William (Billy) Stoebef, former Fenton resident, begins work July 5 at the Rock Island, 111., arsenal. He, was notified .this week of his civil ser r vice appointment as ordnance inspector. Of forty-five applicants Interviewed fifteen were scle'ct- ed. ' * i i- ^ t s Stoeber 'graduated in - 1949 from* Fenton 'high school. He spent a jtear at electronics school in Omaha, and worked at Boeing aircraft in Wichita-for several years. Following his "NaVy service he attended the University of Iowa.'He .-took a bachelor's degree .there' in 1968. Until recently he had been working iri Florida for a marketing <resea*«» firm. . ,, Stoeber's .parents are Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber, former Fenton residents now living in Laurel, Iowa THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors ! -'I Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May B* Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTOM ' 23 RINOSTED 21001 21006 »1.59 PER FOOT (accessories "Do Save More Than 1/3 BEADTY • STURDINESS c*e<* HKHIO exckttive VERSA fealurest t. CwnpUtoir odjoitobl* to fit plolfo tt*u*i»fri!t* «pii»dU« for added ttftfig A J. H«u»y Ally cKww»J rail*—lop & bottom 4. lood-t»tni»g ttnKtwal poOs and S. M» w*Med t. D«>9«d fot fort, eoty ra.taBotioa J. No •ptcktl loot* or MV rvquired t, Compte** B»»—foilings, colwnuM, ' PLATFORM STEP RAIL STOP TODAY FOR FREE PLANNING CHART FENTON LUMBER CO. Phone 8 Fenton, Iowa FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHl EQUIPMENT Bui. Phone 3 RM. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or \7 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Print ed That Takes An Interest In Fenton! LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, l9wa Mr.-and Mrs. Delbert Geitzen uer.and children Bonnie, Judy, Douglas, Nancy and Larry Par- cer of Fenton were 'among the more than 600 that attended the Lake's Conference" at Spirit Lake sponsored by the Farmers' Elevator Service Company, Fort Dodge, from Sunday through Wednesday. Mr. Geitzenauer was elected to attend this Confer- >nce by the Board of Directors if the local cooperative elevator. The conference was held at Vacation Village on the shores of West Okoboji. One of the lighlights was the amateur per- ormance put on by Vacation Village for the residents. Timmy Bassett of Spirit Lake spent several clays with the Geitzonauers it Vacation Village. Mrs. Elsie Reed of Algona was a weekend guest of Mrs. Raynond Stoeber. Mr. and Mrs. Garryl Householder of Lone Rock are tlje parents of a daughter born Junr 7 in the St. Ann hospital •„ a Algona. The baby was named Vickie Jo and weighed 8 Ibs. and HAIL INSURANCE See ' VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton BOOST YIELDS BY CONTROLLING WEEDS WITH FELCO FARM CHEMICALS Fenton CO-OP Elevator FENTON, IOWA THIS MODERN RANCH HOUSB of the C. B. Schager fanuly, of Alexander, Iowa, bears the "Gold I Medallion"-the "Home-Mark" for electrical excellence placed on a home which prbvides the conveniences of "All-Electric Living." ggHHHHVHMMHMH^^^^l I • 11 • i • "We save time, work and space by Heating our house Electrically" Mrs, Q. 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