The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1960 · Page 23
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 12, 1960
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1 TC. July i 12, 1960 Publlthed |y The Upper DM Molnei Publithlng Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON New* Editor Seneca Stars Held Mothers Tea June 30 Seneca — The Sonera Slars 4-H club held thoir Mothers Tea June; 30 at the home of Colleen nnd Marlene Smith. Reports ware, fiivcn by girls who, attended district camp at Clear Lake. Colleen told of the program for the days while they were there nnd Alyce Pe.lorsen told of recreation planned for them, also the, craft, sessions which they were privileged to attend. The club voted lo hold a family picnic at Fairmont July 24. Jolicen Mueller and Andrea Stcfanskl Rave a demonstration. Refreshments were served by the hostesses and their mother after which each daughter presented hor mother with u sur prise gift, o dainty picture hat pin cushion. The club president presented their ftuost, Mrs. Henry Looft, with a similar Rift. Mothers in attendance Included Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Lyle England, Mrs Andrew Stefanski, Mrs Russell Jensen, Mrs Roy Mueller, Mrs Calvin Vaudl, Mrs Karl Crouch, Mrs Elmer llanniseh and Mrs Alfred Peterson and Mrs Verl Smith. Cnndnce Vriudt visited several days last week at the home of her cousin, Lynnclte Johnson at Fenton. This week Kevin Johnson visited with Randy Vaudl tit the Calvin Vaudt home. Dr. and Mrs Donald Baldwin of Des Moines accompanied Tom Curtis, also of DPS Moines, here for a weekend visit al the Cecil Baldwin home, Mrs. Caleb Hartshorn and dutightor Jeimnie of Spencer Moss, acocmpanicd the Dennlt- Breitenfelds here for a visit will friends and relatives. Mrs. Brel- lenfc-ld Is the former Marcla Hartshorn. Mrs Lyle England was plea *nntly surprised at ?\ coffee party Thursday afternoon on her birthday. Friends surprising her wort Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Clarenc'. Menz, Mrs C. O. Builey and Mrs Cecil Baldwin. Mrs Lyle England entertained i\ group of friends Thursday afternoon, June 23, who have birthdays in Juno. The sanx urnup celebrates birthdays each year in this manner, They are Mrs Cecil Baldwin, Mrs Herbert Krause, Mrs Melvin Madsen, Mrs Alfred Godfredson of Fairmont, and the hostess, Mrs England. Grand Opening, Fenton Rink, On Saturday Fibre Roller Skates To Be Mr and Mrs Roy Osborn ol Strwartville, Minn, were: Hatui day callers at thf He/nry Leioft- horrtf 1 , They were enreiute lo the neurie '.'f tlu-ir tliuighte-r and family, the- Stanley Ophe-itns al WhilU-moro. Mr mid Mrs Charles Osborn Kpent Monday a I the home; of their son and family, the Jnmrs Osborns lit Minne.-apeiliH. Mr and Mr« C. C. Voifiht IT- conlly returned homo from n vacation trip to Oklnhomn. Marilyn and Carol Johannesen who arc workin« and nlU-nelmg ,'ichool at Minneapolis, spent the weekend with their parents, the Fred Johnnm-sens. Mr and Mrs Hob Peterson, son, and new baby daughter were July 4lh wce.-kend Kiicsts at tin parental Charles Osborn home. Mr ami Mrs Kmil nie-ekwe-nn of Fenton were July 4lh (juesb at the Ole Pedcrson homo. Sold I Days Fenton — A gland opening of the new Fenlon Park skating rink and remodeled recreation area has been set for Saturday l(i, wea THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmert and Funeral Directors Ambulant* fervto Mliabl* 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence FINTOM 23 •INOSTIO 21001 21006 20216 Elmer B. Naig Rites In Depew Church June 30 Fonton — Funeral se-rvicc were held al 2 p.m., Friday, ;i SI. John's Lutheran church of Depew for Elmer », Naig, 01 whe> died Tuesday of cancer at his homo near Etnmetsburg. He had been in ailing health since he underwent surgery April I in Rochester. The Rev. Oliver A. Johnson officiated. Burial was in the Depew cemetery Mr Naig was born Get 4, lfl!)B on a farm north of Cylinder, la. any educated in rural elementary schools. He married Vera Lawrence of Emmetsburg Jan. 1 1020, and the couple farmed near of Depew, Iowa. Surviving are Mr. Naig's wife; five sons, Charles and LeRoy of Cylinder, Robert ejf Ringsled Richard e>f Grnettlnger, and Gaylord of Emmetsburg; four daughters, Josephine, Mrs. Arno Juhl v of Fenton; Marie:, Mrs. Kenneth Evanson of Mason City; Marcella, Mrs. Wayne Smith of Graettinger; and Grace, Mrs Allen Fanning of Rolfe- There are 21 grandchildren. Mr Naie' was emc eif 11 brothers nnel sis- lers. Nine of them survive him Pallbearers were his five- sons Charles, LeRoy, Robert, Richard and Gaylord, and his grandson Terry Juhl. Among those attending Camj Melhoji this week at Okoboji are Janet 'Wnlker, Trudy Huskami Judy ' Joiley, Peggv Voigt, and James Woisbrod of the l-Vntem Methodist church and Loved,'! Kohlwos and Margaret DHltne-r of the^ Good Hope Methodist church. Counselors will be Mr and Mrs Eugene lluskamp and Mrs Dale V/eisbrod, Elii* Mayor rnturned home Wednesday by Air Line from Oklahoma Cily. Slu- was Ihe-ir Cor ten days going through a clinic and visiting friends. A group of about 20 rolativof gathered at the Ray Stoeber home last Sunday for a family get together. Debbie and Kent Kassulke of Tri - Mont vlsite-d with the Stocbors until Wednesday. Cindy Rhum, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gordon Rhum of Cedar Falls spent this past we:e-k in Ihe Donald Koeppel home Mr. and Mrs. BurnoMe Heine and daughter of Sioux City snen! Ihe- weekend in the- parental Ger- harl Ilanlelman home. 8TORAGF CABINETS, meiul, a Upper DCS Moines, f x-Seneco Girl Weds evening, milling. Tho new concrete roller skating rink should bo ready for u«o at that time, and there will bo a bnnd concert followed by skating afterward. Tho concert is Jo begin at B p.m., presented, by tho Sontrul high band. Skaling is free 1 , but each skater must furnish his eiwn skates and the.'Si: must be eif a fibre composition wheel type. The 1 Weis- brod-Uanricy post ejf the Ame-r- ie.-an Legion in Fe-nlon has a supply eif skate's mre-lmg these specificatieins, and the.-y may be purchase'd for $1 a pair feir tin type that fasten to sheies, en $2.50 for shoe' skates. The' prei- ceecls from this sale will be use?e ei defray costs eif e-'e|iiipping Ihe- ink. There are- several hundred juirs em hand. The sale of the kate-s will take plae-e- al the 1 Jommunlty Center Friday eve-n- ng July 15, and the skates not sold then will be 1 available at the rink Saturday night. The rink Is 50 x 120 fee-t in li/.e;, and is multi-purpose. The-re- s a six inch raised siele' areiund .he rink so that it may be used in the: winter feir skating. Plans iilse) e-all for a basketball cenirl, mtl other allraeliejns in the: park. The: Fenton Forwards 'l-ll club will handle the ice cream seie-ial. Development of the park area and the new rink was arrange-d by the park beiard. e-onsisling ol Wilfred Stoe-be-r, Mill llantelmun anel Irwin Krause, with coopcra- lion of the Fe-nlon Town Council. 4-Aigona (lo.) Upper Des Molne* Tuesday, July 12, 1960 Seneca — A wedding of interest lo Sonocnns was solemnized June' ID at Ste'Wiirlville:, Minn, when Lue-ille- Osbnrn, daiigbler eif Mr md Mrs Ite.y Osborn, forme-r Kcnecans, now eif Slewarlvillf, and ,e;;lie (ire-enleaf. son of Mi' and Mrs Waller OreH-nle-af, were: imile.-el n marriage:. The- elemble ring cen-iiKiny was peT/eirme-d by He-v. Llejyd Osbeirn, breilhe-r eif the bride-. ~""ie- bi'ide- allenek'd griide- school at Seneca Consnlidale-el se-lmol, was graduated from Sle-warfville high school and from Winnna Slate Te-ae-hers Colle'gc, Tle.-r husband was graduates! from he-Hoy high se-hoe>l and will graduate t'renn Winona Stale Te;icher.s Colle-ge' in August. /mending the we.-elding freim this area we-re Mr anel Mrs Charles Osborn eif Seneca, Mr and Mrs Stanley Opheun and family of Wlutl.e- more, Mr and Mrs Karl Carney, Algona. (UDM Ce/ope-r anel family anil Mr and Mrs Engraving;. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCI FiNTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN InviUi You To F«nton WEISIROD Company NAWIMA w . . . •«».' MMHM S' IU». pdwit 40 HANTttMAN Dr. E. W. Rusko DENTIST Offfi«« Phone 79 Nuean, Iowa The) Ftnton REPORTER |» The Only Publication printed Thwt T»k«» An Interent In •rfc; UOYD M. iitKLAND 1*4 Rtol leWt iMfcev •*•) Nrm loam I. Ftnton, Iowa VtRiiiog in tho Dolond Vottclor lieinu; this piist.we.-i-k vve-re- Wli an el Mrs Frank Neirlh of San Anteinio, Te.-xiiH, anel Mr and Mr: Uick Neirlh iincl H dauuhlcrs ei Wis. TlH'y alsei vi.siU-el Mrs l.'Yanl Neirlh in Eninu'lsburu, tne-i nidlht-i' anel a lirolhcr (Jlias Nurlli ne-ar Cylinder. The.- nie-i arc Mrs Veille-le-r's hrolhri's. Mr und Mrs R. Bell arid son o[ Wuti!L'le>ej we-re; •1th eil' Julj we-e'lu'Hel HiKisls e>f Mrs Nirlte Vlille-r. Sunday guesls in Iho Marlin UaiiU-lman hunie- vve-re- Mr anu Mrs Charle-s Ne-lsein, Mr aiu.r Mrs Eleletn lihoele-s all eil' Cylinder and Mr and Mrs Eel Bruhn. Tho Farivillo Ladios Aid mot Thursday al'U'rnonn with lujsle-ss- e.'.s Mrs Paul Vuiyl anel Mrs Irvin Scliine.-lim:. Mrs Ed Hrulin pru- Hi-nle-d tin 1 LWML Icssun. Dinner guoals Sunday in tho Mrs Anna Mi-ynr and Elsie: Meyer lieiine were Mr and Mrs Henry Meyer, Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer and children all of OUosen, Mr and Mrs Edgar Me-yer anel children eif Algeina, Mr anel Mrs Martin Me-yer eif Heide-. Mr and Mrs Henry Me-yer left thai afle-r- luieiM fur Wisconsin. Tlie-y were.- recently married in Illinois. Mr and Mrs Cecil Roche of Ne-maha, la., were- rece-nl i',ue\sis in Die- 1'aul Kinli'r henue. Mrs Hoe-he- was the- I'eirnier Ardis Ure-nne-n a ntusie: le-ache-r in the I'ViiUin schddl 20 years ar.n. Ronald Mortonson who in employed at the- arsenal at Hejck Island, 111., and Carol I'eipe- eif Moline, HI., we're- -1th eif July weeke-nd nucsb; in the I'Ved Mor- le-nseiii home. Mr and Mrs Howard Biorstodl and family were- -Ith of .Inly guests in the Franklin Muehci home. Mr and Mrs Warron Jones and children vve-re Simekiy dnmi'i lUiests in thi 1 James Hypse home at Spencer. Mr and Mrs Ervin Vottelor, Hennae-, and De-nise eif Si-tie-cn dreive lei Litchfield. Mimu-soia. Sunday June 2tl. to visit Mrs Veitte-ler's brother, U-reiy Llncl- quist and family ami to attend the Lindcjuisl family reunion there. Mrs Votte-ler und girls accompanied her parents the F Lmdquist's te> Whealem, Minn for a visit. Later in the> we.-e-k Ervin drove te> Wheuton tei brint; Hieni home. They returned home Friday. Mr and Mrs Jim Meyer and Marcia vjsitvd Werinesday t-ve-ii- inK wilii Lt. and Mrs C'huci; Uaiu-y and sons of lYiis;jcolii, Florida, in the- Krne-st Haney hgnie; at Jjive-rmeire-. Jim and Chuck were roommates at eol- legc. Mrs Alvin Zumuch wui; honored nt a handhorchie-f shower UN a farewell gift before iicenlly moving tei Lake Vie-w. lleislesses Wfcru Mrs Jfswiw Newel and Mrs John Thee.slielel. (!;> were; ID j and Judy Kay Jentz Of Fenton Will Wed July 31 Fenton — Tin- engagement approaching marriage eif Judy Kay .lent/ is announced by her mother, Mrs Arthur Je'iil/ of Fi'iiton. The wedeling of Jent/ to l,aelell Paul Olson, .son of Mr and Mrs Paul Olson of Blue F.arlh, Minn, will take place July HI al St. John's Lutheran I'lniri'h in Fcnlon. Judy is a !!)(!() graduate of Senlral high and the- brielegroom is a lilfill graduate of Hurt high. Both are 1 working in Minneapolis. (UDM engraving). W. S. C. S. Meeting Fonlon — The W.S.C.S. of Uii 1 Fi'Mlon church me-l •Thursday afU-rnoon, July 7, in the 1 church parlors. Mrs Clarence Underwood was the devotion le-ader. The' theme: was "Listen to Ihe, Mountains". Mrs Arlo Han- IH'.V pi'i'sente-d tin- lesson entilleel "Walking in the Light". She was lirsisle-el by Mrs Arnold, Mrs Ralph Wi-isbrod, Mrs Hans Baa go, and Mrs Clan-iu-e: Under- Wi'joel. llostesse-s we-re Mrs K. W ke-, Mrs Ed Schlei, and Mrs alel l!ool. RllS- Don- St. ohn's Aid Met Fenlon — St. John's Ladies Aid met Wednesday with hostess Me-sdamci) W. F. Friedrich. h'. F. Mm-ller, und Clara Fische-r. The 1 topic led by Rev, Frie-drich was laken from the* Lutheran Woman's (juurlerly. The aid se-nl SfiOO to the- Home Finding Society in Ft. Dodge for Honu- Improvement. Mrs Raymond Utheif and daughter were guests, Mr arid Mr* Kenneth Johnson and family were weekend guest. 1 In Ihe Forrest Hannlfan Home in Toleelo. Mr and Mrt Luwronco Ruhiik* und fumily of Livci'inuif K|M lit Ihe 4th of July we'ckcnd with the Muiltu Uhnib.. Auxiliary Has Election Of New Officers Fonton — The Ainerie-an'.ion Auxiliary met l-'riday afternoon in the home of Mis Clareni'e Osborn. Kleclion of officers was held: Presidenl, Mrs Merle- Voigl: Vice Pieside-nt, Mrs John Waile; .Secretary, Mrs Clvir- le-s Newel; Treasure;)-. Mrs Arnolrl llanseii; Se-ri;eanl at Arms, Mrs Martin Wilberg; chaplain. Mrs Elmer tiriene-rl; Historian, Mrs Hans Ikiajiei; and Kx- ocutive Hoard. Mrs Rex Wolfe Mrs Kd Hriihn, an.d Li.-von Stein- beri'er. Offie'e.-rM wen- installed by Ihe county president. Mrs Kul- hisch. iVIrs Merle Voigt and Mrs John Waite were elected as elc|.-gates lo the convention lo be h'-ld in Des Monies July 2H and 1'.!). Mi Arnold llanseii and Mrs Charli Ne-we-1 wei-e elcclcd as alte-rnale-s. Donalions were ;;ent as following; $2,00 lo the Toledo Juvenile Home. $'.!.()() to the Training School for Hoys at Klelora. and $2.00 lo Ihe Girl's Training Scheio nl Mitchelville. The y\ug.nst meeting will be ; picnic at the home of Mrs Ee. Bruhn. Visitors Honored A party was held Thursda> afternoon honoring Mrs Oerhar Veirlaml in the B. G. He-rkland home, (iuesls were Mesrlames Alvin Olsi'ii and sons of San Bernadino, Calif., Nyle-rf lleggen, Melvin He-rkland, F,ai'ne;;t Herk- land, Morris Mitchell, William De-Wall, Krviu Ruhnlu-. Paul Xunuie'h. Dale Voigt, Kd Mitchell, Albert Mitchell, Curtis Olsen, Amer Cody, Mil Corel Mitchell. Earnest Osvig, Andrew Berk- kind, Dick UndiTwood. Larry Me-iu from Cedar Rapiels to Fenlon. La^i v. son ul Mr anil Mrs Clarence Men/, is employed in Cedar Rapids. Vercjono Norland beqan her slilelieK Tuesday al the North We 1 :-;! Ii^litule of Medie-al T«-ch- noleigy in Minne-apohs. lle-r parents Mr and Mrs Olaf Norland took her to Minneupolis on Monday. Mr and Mrs Henry Schulte and griinddaughte-rs Jac(| Jo ynd Diana L.vnm- met Mr und Mrs Jaccjuc Olio of DeWitt at Wiivcrly Sunduy, The- girls returned home; with tbe'ir parents at thi.s time after spending u month will) their gritneloareiils. Enjoying a family picnic to- ge'the;r July 4th were Mr nnel Mrs Jlarry Jiaase, Mr .and Mrs Martin Hiinldman Mr und Mrs Ed Bruhn, und Mr nnd Mrs Willium and iatuily. Enjoy Picnic Knjeiyjng a picnie Friday e-ve-n- ing we're' Mr and Mrs Martin Hante'lman, Mr and Mrs William Ilanle'lman anel family, Mr and Mis (!<M hard llfetitelmaii find Paul, Mr and Mrs Eel Mriihn, Mr anel Mrs Me-rle Veiighl and family, Mr anel Mis I.. II. Wehrspunn anel llarlim, and Mr and Mrs Ik-met! Hie lie- and Robin, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell left Saturday to visit with He-v anel Mrs Eddie- Silrutn at Mad- ge-r, Minn,, and Ile-v. anel Mrs Dale- Mite-hell al Siirlns, N,D They will be- gone- abeiut a we-e-k. Dr. nnd Mrs E. W. Ruske spent the -lib of July we'ekenel with Ihe (!eeiri;e lluismims at Lake Okeiheiji. Mr and Mrs Alvin Zurnach of Lake- View we-re- Sunday tei Mem- elii.v e-vening guests in Ihe John Theie'sfie-ld home-. Oilier Sunday dinner guests in the'ie-lel home we're Mr and Mrs E.iri Tlie-e.-sl'le-lel eif Armstrong anel Ml anel Mrs lluel Nelson and Lannii 1 Lee of Uingsle-d. Mr and Mrs Jerry Wnito ol Maiihatle'ii, Kansas, are the- par- i e'lils eif an i! Hi. 7 o/.. baby g I born Saturday morning. Julj Dili, (iriindparenls eif the- inl'an are- Dr. and Mrs John Waite ane Waller We-ge-ne-r. Mus Ella Waite a gre-iit griinelmeilher. Mr and Mrs B. G. Borldand, mil grandeluleli en Linda. Jim and irue-e me'l Mr anel Mrs Frank l'Yan:;on of Lincoln, Ne-b. at Car- •eill, Iowa. Sunday. The children roluiiieel home- with their par- •nls afte-r speneling the' last two We-e-ks willi their gr;iiielpai'e-iits, Mr and Mrs Henry Schulte ul granddaughters Jacque.-lyn .lei and Diana Lvnne spe-nl the- •llh of July we-eki-nd with Miami Mrs Larry Se-hlaiiele-roff at Lile-hlielel, Mintii-sota. Kent Wiosko of Codar Rnpids is spe'nelini 1 a eeiunk' eif we.-e-ks with the- Wendi'll lluse'h family anel 111 1 ; urainlparrnls Mr and Mr; 4th of July weekend guests in I he- Ray Stoober home were Mr and Mis Ralph Beiughtbn of Cedar Falls and Titnm.v Basse-It if Spirit Lake. Other 4l'h of July j.uosts were Mrs Elise Ree.-d ol Algona and Mr and Mrs Arvid Dennis, Pally, Jc.'rcne, and Kenny if White Bear Lake. Minn. M Kent, accomiianied LONE ROCK Mr and Mrs Darryl . House- heilder and Mr and Mrs Wayne Decker eif Algeina vvenl tei Ln- Crosse', Wis, Sunday. Wayne- Decker will be- attending reserve- training al Camp Me:Cejy feir two weeks. July 4lh picnic dinner al the- Hoge'i- Long home weix Mr anel Mrs Ervvin Siems, Mi anel Mrs llenry Wie-hle-nelahl Whille-meire. Mr anel Mrs Car IU-e-k, Deiris. Dem anel Irene t>i Cylinele-r, Mr and Mr.i JMllvTl Mie-rsle-elt and family, Mr and Mrs Lyle- llaae-k and Lori Je-an, Deira llaack, Mrs Freda Sie-ms, Mitl Mr anel Mrs Will're-d Bier- .ste'elt all eif Fenlein. The' Lolls Cre-ek Ladies /.id met. July ,'l. lloslesseft we-rc Mrs Wilmer Wichle-ndahl and Mrs A. |{. Willre-U. Enlertainmenl was presided by Mrs Ke-rmll Jueekei and Mrs Gerald Kue-cker. Mr anel Mrs Wayne- De-e-ke-r of Algona spent We-dnesday cve-n- ing in the- Darryl Hoiiseheilder heime'. Mr and Mrs Me:i-win iiurlburt were- heists at a dinner Sunday in hemor eif fhe:ir sems, Andy and Teiny, baptisms. Those present we-re- Mr and Mrs Junior Hurl- burl and family, Mrs Emma Hurlburl and girls, Mr and Mrs De-nnis /mnac 1 ' and l'am (| v VIr iinel Mrs Paul Zumach and family anel Mr anel Mrs Wm. Zum- ae-h eif Esthe-rvllle, Tin- A'bi-rl Shase.-rs and Lawre-nce Halhs we're aflerneiein callers. unloads by itself automatically...from side or rear No other forage box offers more—yet this Gehl Forage Box costs less than semi-automatic wagons. And now Gehl has added new optional features including: 40-inch conveyor extension for filling even the tallest bunks; a reversing apron for rear unloading. The Gehl Forage Box is really automatic— unloads by itself while driver sits and watches. It can be truck-mounted too! Comes ready-built or as a kit of metal parts with free building plans. Ask us about the low Geld pricel. GEHL You can'r beat Cehl'f /ower price FENTON Lone Rock Man Re-Enlists In U.S. Air Force Pfc. Ralph 1'fc:. Ralph H. Hie-harels. I.eme- Ruck, son of Mr. mid Mrs. M. O. Ilicliiircls, arrived home- Juni' 1)1 nflcr serving III monies in Senul, Korea. Hi! was in the I! I si. Transpnrlalion Co. 1'fe. Kirhards lias rc-cnlistrd ;iikl nfl.rr a wi.-ek's preie-e-ssmi', nl Furl, Leonard Wood, Mo. will !><• slal.ioMcd at lOllsworlli Air Forev MiiK(>. Rapid C.'ily, S.IJ. in the- 2nd Missile ISn., tiVlh Arl illery. His wll'i 1 , llic former Marilyn Richardson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. liiHi.'irdson, Aljiona. will ae'coinpany him on Ins n<-w a.ssignmemt. (UDM Kin'raving). Coming Events Wedne-sday July H. Maxim; Circle. Thursday-- July M, I'Yie-nell.v Ne-ighbeir Club; Dei>ew Circle 1 . 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