The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1960 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 28, 1960
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-•/••*• June 28, 1960 Pubilihftd By Th« Up|»f Des Molne* , Publishing Co., Al$dna, ; fowa MRSJ ARD6TH HALVERSON Newi Home & Building In Fenton Zumach Home, Old Creamery Change Hands Feniori •*•* Two real estate transactions of the past week have resulted in new ownership for two properties. Irwin Gremmel bought the fine home of Alvin Zumach at auction, last Thursday, at a price of $12,400. The Zumachs are moving to Lake View to be in the center of the territory'Mr Zumach covers as state sales manager for the Standard Chemical Mfg. Co. He had been in business and a resident of Fenton for 26 years; The family moved Saturday. Mr Gremmel farms west of Fenton. Duane Widdel, owner of the B & W Chevrolet in Fenton, purchased the old Fenton creamery building on highway 44. He said his own plans for the structure are not definite as yet. The building was sold by the Consolidated Cooperative Creamer-, ies, of which the old Fenton Creamery is now a cooperative member. An addition, 21 x 20 feet, to the Bailey store in Fenton is also underway. It will be used mainly for warehouse purposes, John Bailey said. ; : ', Mr. and Mrs. Eldon .,11 mean and sons left- Wednesday, 'for several days vacation at Milwa- kee. They planned to take ir. some ball games seeing both the Dodgers and Giants at play. They returned Sunday. Marcia Haller of Marble Rock spent last week With her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell. Rev. and Mrs. Peieis of Sylva: Grove, Kansas, have been recen : . visitors of Anna Meyer and M:s Elise Meyer. When the Pete» returned home Elise accom panied them' to Omaha from wneie she took a plane to Oklahoma City. Mr. and. Mrs. Wm. Kent of Council Bluffs and grandson Pat Adams of Chicago spent last weekend with Henry Lindsey Mr. Lindsey accompanied them to Fairmont where they visited with Mrs. Umsted. Mr. Lindsey reports that his wife who is. at a Sioux City Rest Home has recently been hospitalized. She is no longer able to feed herself. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ricklefs and family of Titonka were Thursday evening visitors in the Roeff Miller home. In a recent item referring to the shower honoring Marilyn Jentz it was stated that Mrs. Wm. Jentz and Mrs. Art Mueller were co-chairmen of the shower The itf-m should have read that Mr::. F:td J(:n'.z £<nd Mrs. Art M;J' J '.'< r v/frre eo-chfsirrrfi. Attending a family dinner in the A. A. Drcycr home in Algon;> Sunday wr-re Mr. and Mis. Ed Stroph; of San Diego, Calif., M ft Arnold Drever and Margaret and Karen of Burbank. Calif., Mr and Mrs. Loster Gingrich and family of Mason City, Clara Fauerby, Mrs. Larry Parker and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer and family. Teressa McDonald of Des Moint-s snent last week at thi- Harlan Muellc-r home. Miss McDonald and Mrs. Mueller attended high school and Iowa State Teachers College together. 4-Aigono (la.) Upper DM Moine* Tuesday, June 28, I960 Benfral Teacher Weds Bride Also To Teach H'ere Fenton — Baskets of pink and white peonies decorated the altar of the First Methodist church at Anthon for the candle light wedding Sunday evening, June 5, when Beverly Jean Grant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett T. Grant of Anthon, became the bride of Clayton H. Wolff of Fenton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wolff of Streeter, North Dakota. Rev. Merle Benson officiated. Lucille Grant attended her sister as < maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Diane Grafat, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Delmer Anderson of Gushing. Sheryl Grant, sister of the bride, was flower girl The ring bearer was Kenny Ruff, cousin of the groom. LeRoy Wolff of Streeter. NJD. attended his brother as best man. The other attendants were Darold Wolff, brother the groom and Willie Roemmich of Sutherland. Ushering were Karel Grant of< Sioux City, brother of the bride, Harry Ruff of Streeter,_ NJX Robert Martin Burkgren and Ronald of Fenton. Serving as candle lighters were David and Mervin Grant, brothers of the bride. A reception for 225 guests was held. After a wedding trip to the Black Hills, Mr. and Mrs. Wolff are now at home in Fenton. The bride is an Anthon High School graduate and attended Westmar college LeMars. The groom attended Streeter public school and graduated from West- mar College. He is science instructor at Sentral High school Mrs. Wolff will be the kindergarten teacher at the Fenton .school. • "'—r Attending the wedding and reception from Fenton were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burkgren Ronald Martin, Mr. ano>Mrs. D. G. Koeppel and Judy, and Mr. and Mrs. S. E Straley. Dr and Mrs. Vincent Votteler of Laurens entertained at dinner Sunday, June 19, in honor of their infant daughter Vicki Ann'." baptism. Guests were Mr. ano Mrs. Ernest Vottler, Mr. and Mrs. Delond Vottler and family all of Fenton and Mr. anH Mrs Ervin Voiteler and family of Seneca. Ervin Votteler and Mrs. Delond Votteler were the soon- sors. Rev. A. M. Youngquist of the Bethany Lutheran church of Lauren officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Roeff Miller were weekend eucsts in the Carl Vcc'- home at Rochester. Minnesota. George Jorqensen Sr. was taken to the Holy Family hospital Thursday. Weekend guests in t^e B. G Berkeland home were Mr. air Mrs. Clifford Prinfite and farni! 1 of San Bernardino, Cal., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Franson and family of Lincoln, Neb., and Mr. am Mrs. Robert Berkeland an? f?mily of St. Paul, Minn, anr* Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kalvig and family of Des Moines. Thursday evening dinner guestf in the Delbert Geitzenauer home were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stronk- o< San Diego, Calif., Mrs. Arnold Drever and Margaret and Ka-en of Burbank. Calif.. Mr. and Mrs A. A. Dreyer of Algona and Mr an r ' Mrs. Clara Faut-rby. Mrs. Charles Newel was hos- 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 8Mt- Phone 3 Re*. Phon« 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE for Building - Remodeling PHONE >25 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fenionl UOYD M. BERKLAND U«*n*ed Reel fftate Broker and Farm loan* less to a coffee party Friday morning. Genevieve Newel of Chicago was guest of honor. Miss Newel is a guest of her sister Mrs. Emil Frank. III. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and family and Mr, and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and boys were Sunday dinner guests in lie Art Mueller home. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz returned home Friday from a weeks visit with Mr, and Mrs. John Weisbfod and ' family at Trenton, Michigan. Edith Laage accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs.-Dick Gross and girls of Phoenix, Arizona, are visiting relatives in this area, Mr. and Mrs. Corns Olsen attended the baptism Of Sondra Kay Jacobson at Mallard last Sunday. Sondra, is the infant daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Robert Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Preston of Swea City /were sponsors. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt spent from Wednesday, to Sunday nj this past week in the Arlo home at <GroTC City, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and boys were JSunday evening visitors in the * Lester MueBe home at Emmetsburg. , Mr. and Mrs. Bob Weiriaod and 3 sons of Marion, ItL, visited from Sunday to Friday of Ihfe past week With , Mrs. Sarah Weisbrod and other relatives including the Ralph Weisbrods, Mnford Elberts and L. J. Weis- brods. ' ! Laurence Ante of Lisbon. North Dakota and Oscar Sena ®t Outlook, Canada, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen from 1 Tuesday to Wednesday of this past week. - . Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zwnach moved Saturday to Lake. View, bault, Minn., is: Richard A, Petersen, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Roy A, Petersea, Fenton. He is- a member of the senior group. Ex-Supt. Is Fenton Visitor 3-tarton J. F. Beckley, formfer supl of schools at Fenton, now ot f&stfafield, Vermont, and Mrs Beckley, have been visitors i» ^ _^ Fenton, at the home of Mr and lowaTlbeir home at Feoton was I Mrs Franklin Rusch. Mrs Rusch sold at auction 'Orursday even-1 is a Beckley daughter. ing, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Gram-' frn ~ *™-"™- *v*«»-.« ~ mels being the buyers. Dr. and Mrs. Et W. xtucke zptxi the -weekend -with Sir. and Mrs. H. G. Flink at South Haven, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Olsen of Spencer accompanied Jhem. „ • •> - • " li vtr. aDu JoES. 1TT3S19 l?rt V iwlttf fl of Charles City spent from Sun-' The former Fenton school man had visited his children enroute from Vermont to Northern Minnesota where he has a cabin and will spend the balance of the summer. He is leaching at Norwich University in Vermont- Fenton Firemen Planning Safe But Full Fourth — Safe, sane, family Fourth of July celebration is being planned by the Fenton fire department. Beginning at 1 p.m. there will be free rides around town on the fire trucks with firemen's' hats for the riders. There will bfe a. trap shoot, archery, and ten-cent pony rides for the kids. All events will originate at the Fenton ball diamond. " Refreshments will be available all afternoon and evening at the concession stand. Traditional fireworks display will take place after dark. V SENECA NEWS Mrs. Elmer Hannisch, Mrs. Alfred Petersen, - Mary England, and Mrs. Henry Looft attend&o" a recent leaders 4-H. judging training school at the Burt High School. Kathryn Johanneseh attended the 4-H District Camp ( at Clear Lake.aS a chaperon. The Seneca 4-H delegates, Alyce Petersen, Colleen Smith; James fiergum and Verndn Wilber^ accompanied her to Clear Lake. Mr. and 'Mrs. Everett Wltham spent several days lapt week visiting with relatives irt Iowa and Illinois* On Thursday they drove to Denver, Iowa, where they picked up their daughter and little grandson, Mrs. Pete Helmers and Tony and then dr6Ve on to Troy Grove, Illinois, where they visited with another daughter and family,' the Ben Sloters. On Friday the Withams drove to Bloomington, Ill., ; where they transacted some business. They returned to Denver the following night where* they -spent the.,,night, * then returned home Sunday evening. ' Mrs. Everett William attended a v miscelianeous shower held at the Vans Cafe at Algona honoring Miss Judy-Alexander. * Marilyn Johannesen, who is working tot' Minneapolis, spent several days at : Iowa State Uni- versity, ''Aities, where she took some preliminary college entrance tests. Her folks took her back to, Minneapolis .Wednesday morning. • t ( Most youngsters . thihk there are only three seasons in the year. . . >baseball, football and basketball, , HAIL INSURANCE •••-/:. See ',/', VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton day to Monday of fhis fast with. Mr, and Mrs. Morris Mit- cheiL- Mr. and Mrs. Hfcsry and boys were Sunday iknner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Charlson, l&thervifle. in the Delbert' Oeatefpauer •were Mr. and Mrs. Lester 'Gingrich and family -of Mason City Mary Lou spent flie -weekend with the Geftzenatiers. Fanbanit. Mian. — Enrolled in the 46th •annual summer school- camp at Shattuck Scfaijol, Fari- N-0-f -!-£*£ TO FENTON RESIDENTS FENION WILLlffi SPRAYED THIS MEK WEDNESDAY Or THURSDAY This Notice Is To Enable Residents To Know Of Our Local Plans Ahead Of Time Mayor, Town Council and Marshal FENTON, IOWA 3HHBHHRB New Gehl Blower 2-speed PTO, 9-inch pipe, 2 trough sizes This is the blower with all the new Ideas! 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We'd never be satisfied with anything but'Electric Heating. 1 ' Mrs. Lloyd Sohweppe €ldora, Iowa ittle 'Lloyd is happy about clean, soft, fast me^Mh makes draft-free, comfoftabK, room*, where he can play on the floor in cozy warmth. A WHOLE NEW WORLD OF COMFORT opens up with Electric Heating in your home! Every bit of space ia usable «- no furnace, boiler, fuel storage to bother with. Your "heat plant" is no larger than your hat! And CLEAN! It's "white glove" clean! There's no smoke, smudge, greasy dirt because there's no flame or combustion, The homemaker realizes what that means in less work <*•*> more joy and pride in home goodlooks! Electric Heating is so space-saving, clean, healthful, fast and comfortable ^- you'll want your family to^bava it, too, Now's the time to investigate. IOWA €L€QTRIQ UOHT ANP POWER COMPANY HQUSB A

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