The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1960 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 2, 1960
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4*-Atgona (IdQ Upper Pe« Molnet Tuesday, a Aufl< , ii» 20- Year Reunion Held By Fenton Class- 11 Present Fenlon -» Dr.- Ernest Skare, dentist in ' Montqfcuma,, Iowa, came thb farthest Sunday for a 20-yeaf reunion with members •6t his Fenton High school graduation class. The class of 1940 numbered 18, eleven of whom attended the reunion in the fen- ton park. Others attending were Margery BroWn Hewitt (Mrs Al), Mason City; Louise Dreyer Gingerich (Mrs Lester),\ Mason City; Doro* thy Dreyer Einspahr (Mrs Orval), Webster City; LaVaun Priebe Berkland (Mrs. Lloyd), Fenton; Dorothy Wichtendahl Fichbohm (Mrs T6m), Fredericksburg; Victor Struecker, Fenton; Evelyn Eimers Hansen, (Mrs Hans), . Estherville; Ervin Votteler, Bancroft; FretT Greinert, arid Harold Eimers, Ringsted. ' J Mrs Einspahr was class pres? ident twenty years ago and Mrs Berkland was secretary. The two 6f them got the reunion stated last January. Mrs Einspahr found their 'Last Will and Testament'' and brought it to their picnic dinner Sunday. Some of the, members recalled what the clftss- Of 1941 had prophesied for them. Cla^s members not present Sunday were Araus Zwiefel (Mr> Don Elbert), Cylinder; Valerian Jentz '(Mrs Eldon Hurlburt) Rapid City, S.D.; David Weis- 'bred, Denver, Colo.: Lester Gade, Chicago; Fletcher Burwash, PaX* ton* . 111. f/Helen Geronsin (Mrs ' Melvin Mohr, Pres'cott; and , Marie Mitchell Silrum, wife ot Jhe Rev. Edwin Silrum, Badger, Minn. AJ Auxiliary, Conclave Mrs J. R. Waitc and Mrs Merle Voigt, as delegates, and Mrs Elmer Grlenert attended the IState Convention of 'the American Legion Auxiliary Thursday in Des Molnes. Over 1,900 had registered and heard the National president, Mrs Vera Gray of Tennessee, speak in the afternoon. Methodist Circle Met The Virginia Circle of the Fen- tori Methodist WSCS met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Clarence Underwood and co-hostess Mrs Earl Lufkin. Mrs Olga Huskamp gave the devotions, Mrs Clarence Arborgast was in charge of the lesson, and Mrs •Wilfred 'Stoeber led the prayer circle. Mrs Ervin Johnson was hostess to a coffee party jmday afternoon. Guests were Mrs Luella Newel of Chicago, Mrs Charles Newel, Mrs Gaylord " Johnson Mrs Emil Frank, and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth. Mrs Luella Newel of Chicago is a guest in the home of Mr and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth. Mrs Albert Mitchell and Mrs Morris Mitchell were among those who helped Mrs Theo. Sch- mellng celebrate iier birthday Thursday' afternoon. Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod, Pam, and Nadine left Sunday for a two'weeks vacation in Canada. I ALL-MASH Every bite of this complete feed is a balanced ration. FELCO 16 f /c ALL-MASH is rapidly becoming the most popular laying house feed in Iowa. It contains all of the quality ingredients needed to produce top egg production and to maintain health. FELCO l&'/e ALL-MASH is a balanced diet that increases , energy and maintains heavy production. Fenton CO-OP Elevator FELCO FENTON. IOWA ??tfte NOW.... from Your STANDARD OIL TANK MAN .... INSURANCE PROTECTION On Your Budget Plan Payments AT NO COST TO YOU! Standard Oil Issues You An Insurance Policy FREE so that your budget plan payments are INSURED in Case of (1) Accident (2) Sickness (3) Death YOU GET STANDARD QUALITY AND A BUILMN "PEACE OF MIND" SEE JIM MEYER Your Standard Oil Man FENTON - PHONE 44 ION* ROCK - WA 5-301S M; and Mrs S. Lindqulsf,. Miriam and violet Sedian of Wftea ton, Minnesota, and Mrs George Stimmel and twin sons Don and Deaft of Columbus, Ohio, Were guests In the Ervin Votteler home last Week. • . MM George Sierns ahd Mis Alvina Huff' the later of St. Paul Minnesbla, are -on a -.wo weeks guided tour of Yellowstone National Park, western states and Canada. Mr and Mrs B. G. Berkland visited relatives at Worthmgton Minnesota, Wednesday and Thursday of this past week. They were, bvefn^ht guests in the William Garms home. Mrs Gladys Smilh, Chan and Jim of Sacramento, California, are visiting friends and relatives in the'area. Mrs Smith and sons are guests in the homes of her brothers Wilfred and Raymond. Mr arid Mrs Fred, Mortenson spent the weekend in £>es Moines where they .visited with .Carl Mortenson at the Veterans hospital. Mr and Mrs Paul Schmeil ana Rosemary of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs John Kohlwes ^were Monday evening guests in the. Paul Eigler home. . ., , . . Enjoying a picnic Thursday evening were Mr and Mrs Wa)t Peril and Ginger, Walt Wegener. Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family, Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn, Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman, and Mr and Mrs Harry Haase. . Coming Events Wednesday, August 3 — St John's Ladies Aid. Thursday, August 4 — WSCS Fairville Ladies Aid.' Emma Lindsey Rites, Fenfon, On Saturday Fenton — Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon for Mrs Henry C. Lindsey, 78, who died Wednesday, July 26, at Cummins Nursing Home, Sioux City, where v she had'been a pa- tint for four years. She hacU'suf- fered a stroke earlier at ; her home' :n Fenton and was bedfast since that time. Rev. Harvey Walker officiated. Thomas Funeral Home, ^enton, was in charge of arrangements and burial was at the Fenton Township cemetery. Pallbearers were Arnold Hansen, Ray Priebe, Clarence Yager, Duane Widel, Fritz Freyholtz and Paul Eigler. Emma Pearl Stoutenberg was born Dec. 26, 1881, on a home- s\ead near Brookings, South Dakota. Her parents, the W. B. Stoutenbergs, were of Dutch descent. She had three brothers and twin sisters, none of whom survive. She was married Oct. 26, 1897, at Dakota City, Iowa, to Henry Lindsey. They moved in 1900 to Fenton where they have lived ever since. She is survived by her husband and six of seven children. The eldest, Lola, is administrate! of Douglas county and Clearview Children's hospitals at Omaha. The three younger daughters are Viola, Mrs Dick Berry of Weslaco, Texas; Vivian, Mrs William Kent of Council Bluffs, Mrs Kathleen Kitchen of Dos Moines. The two sons are Percy of Houston, Texas and Edward of Marshalltown. Hei daughter Bernice, Mrs Earl North, 53, died in January of this year, at Fonlana, Cal. Also surviving are 12 Krandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Mrs Lindsey was a member of the Fenton Methodist church for 60 years. She is a Golden Age member of the Woman's Society ut Christian Service. She became •} member of the Fenton Woman's Club shortly after its beginning in 1927. Seneca, Fenfon THOMAS C UNER AL r H APEl F0nton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FINTON 13 RINGSTED 21001 21006 Class Reunion Seneca — • Ervin Vottelei- attended the 20th reunion bf his high school graduation class, the 1940 class of Fenton hfgH school Sunday at the Fenton city park. Eleven of the 18 membefs' were there. - . ' , They were Margery , Brown Hewitt.and Louise Dreyer Gen- gerieh, Mason City; Dorothy Dfe- yer Einspahr, Webster City; La Vaun Priebe Berkland, Fenton; Dorothy Wichtendahl Frickholm, Fredrickburg; Victor Struecker, Fenton; Evelyn Eimers Hanson, Estherville; Dr. Ernest Skare, Monteiuma"; Fred Greiriert ahd Harold Eimers of Fenton. ' •> ' Mrs Einspahr and Mrs "'Berkland, who were class president and class secretary 20 years ago are still acting in that capacity and arranged the reunion of the class this year. In attendance were Mr • and Mrs Otto' Kelly of Swea. City, Mr and Mrs Wm. isrown of Fairmont, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Melvifi Brown and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Brown, Janette ana Maryland ot Armstrong; Mr ahd Mrs Eiarl Osborn and ,Jon 6f Cylinder; Mr and Mrs Carrol Olson, Debbie, Diane and Denice of Ottosenj Mi* and Mrs Roger Osborri, Debbie and Craig of Fertton; Mr and Mrs Hudson Pdtter and Peggy of Rockford, 111.; and the. host family, the Clarehce Osborris and David. '- t " ' ' The gathering honored' the Hudson Potter^ pt Rockford, 111., who are visiting relatives in this vicinity. • *" / ' FENTON Hold Annual Picnic '•' The Seneca Thursday Club held their annual family picnic at Swea City Sunday. Families en? joying the oufing were Mr and Mrs Laurence Johannesen of Lone Rock; Mrs Henrietta Thompson; Mr and Mrs Joe Crowley and two grandchildren; Mr 'and Mrs Alfred Petersen "and Alyce; Mr and Mrs Cecil Langermart and family ahd Mary Lou Larsen of Fenton; Mr and Mrs John Struecker, Tom and Tim; and Mr and Mrs Woodrow Kracht and Linda. •.'; Osborn Reunion A John Osborn family, reunion, was* held at the Clarence Osborri farm July 10. ' • Mr and Mrs Franklin Muelle- and boys were Sunday dinner guests in the Howard Bierstedt home at Lone Rock. Among ihose attending a Stoeber reunion at Mason City, Sunday, were Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber, Mr and MrS Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne, Mr'and 'Mrs Richard Stucki and Julie all;of Fenton, and Mrs Smith, Cha'ri and Jim of Sacramento, Calif. ' ••/ Mrs Blanche Huskamp has been a guest of Mrs. Ella; Huskamp in Fairmont this p^ast week. • Enjoying a picnic supper at the Harvey Henrikseri ,home were Mr and Mrs Gerald Henriksen and family ,who have been living in New York state and are now enrbute to their new home in Calif., Mr and Mrs Clifford Henriksen and family, Dr. and Mrs LeRoy Henrikseri and family of Armstrong, Mr ana Mrs Marcus Langerman and family, Swea City and . Mr and Mrs Marcus Henriksen of Ringsieti. Sunday evening visitors in the iSveretf Dreyer home were t Mf arid Mrs.Eaul stiftmief a,nd Rose* m&ity. of Cleveland* Ohio, Mf,and Mrs Darrell -Dreyer, and family; and Mr and' MrS'DUafte Dreyer and family of Humboldt. Paul Sehmiei'sf father was- Witt- Schmiel former teacher at Lotts Creek school. The Schmiel family were va'cationing in Wisedn- sin and drove back to this vlc> Inity to visit With former friends. This Was" their first visit' back here in twenty years. Among tWose from this vicinity who recently attended the International Lutheran Hour Rally in (Minneapolis were Mr and Mrs 'James Meyer, Mr and Mrs Erwin Jjorehorclt, Mr and Mrs Victor Struecker and Roy ffornahri. Several also stayed for-the meetings of the Lutheran' Layman's t*ea- gue. ., 4 FOUND — LADIES WATCH IN Fenton Park, .Fenton, owner may .have by identifying and paying for ad. Phone 50, Fenton. 31* FIRESTONE; TIRE BARGAINS! ,670 x 15 Champions 4 ply Rayon $11.2,6 plus lax and recapable lire 750 x 14 "500" Nylons Tubeless, 4 ply $19.02 d \ plus tax and recapable tire d — Production discontinued — available as long as present stock lasts. « SEE US FOR ALL FIRESTONE TIRE DEALS KRAUSE If FENTON Phone 157 ;• WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT OUR NEW FALL LADIES and CHILDREN'S DRESSES and SKIRTS (X|nd A Beautiful Selection Of Purses) ALL F|ESH STOCK JUST PURCHASED. ALL SIZES, INCLUDING HALF SIZES, AND SENSIBLY PRICED ... A full room of new, attractive dresses (and also a few summer, sleeveless dresses left). STOP IN - BROWSE AROUND. SAVE MONEY-TIME and MILEAGE at BAILEY'S STORE FENTON, IOWA FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DiREttoftV 66RALD VOl&t INSURANCE FENTON; IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fentort WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and OEHL EQUIPMENT But, PhoM 3 Re*. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske , DENTIST Offke Phono 79 Residence 25 The Fenton 1 REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes Ad Interest In Fenionl LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 . Fenton, Iowa ...and your hot water problem is solved ONCE and for ALL! Free Skating Schedule Fenton Park , (Music Provided) WEDNESDAY, Adults, 18 to 80 FRIDAY, Teen Ager Nite, Jr. High Through College SATURDAY NITE - All Ages OTHER TIMIS OPEN TO ALL AGES UNLESS SPECIFIED SKATING STOPS At 9:30 P.M. No Skating On Sunday Mornings The Park Commission fl»ks that parents caution and instruct children on the following: Don't throw dirt, sand or e»ny objects on the skating rink flopr (someone else mpy get hurt). Don't skate fast; keep your speed with the rest of the crowd. Don't push or shove, someone could be badly hurt. Stay on the floor when you haye your skates on; dirt will ruin your skates and carry back on the floor, Don't have pop bottles or food on the floor at any time. If yog see stones or dangerous objects on the floor, clean it up or report to someone in charge. All adults, can help tft k»ep order. THE PARK COMMISSION RESERVES THE RIGHT TQ PREVENT ANYONE FROM U5IN6 THE FJ.QOR FOR DOING ANY OF THi ABOVE OR FOR ANY OTHER MI5CONPUCT IN THE PARK AREA. Use this pity a/ea with respect, and we'll aJJ hove fun I PLENTY OF HOT WATER ... it's so fast that it takes care of all the needs of all the family. 24 HOURS A DAY ... no "waiting for the water to heat" ... it's there ... and HOT1 AT LOW COST .,, economical compared with other methods of water-heating. SPACE-SAVING ... so compact... easy to fit into new or remodeled homes .,, or replacing equipment. AUTOMATIC INSTALL ,T.FOR«T IT. Enjoy years of quiet, trouble-free automatic Water-heating. AND IT'S SAFE ... the safest way to heat water, IT'S FLAMELESS ... No lighting... no fumes or gases ... it's clean. IT'S AN ELECTRIC' WATER HEATER UMIT IMMVtR

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