The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1960 · Page 11
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August 9y Published By Th« Upper (S«s Publishing Co., Algono, Iowa MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON N0WS Editor Finalist In National Ta lent Search Attend, Wedding Mr and Mrs R. F, Laabs, Mr and Mrs .Wilfred Laabs and Mr and Mrs Fred Mortenson attended the wedding of Gail Johnson to Mr Haymond Schmidt, Friday evening at Austin, Minn. Raymond is the son of Mr and Mrs Walter Schmidt Mrs Francis McFarland of Ft, Dodge spent last week yisttlng 'friends and relatives in this area. She was' a guest in the R. F. Laabs home. / Coffee For Guest Mrs Jack Gerhart was hostess at a coffee party Tuesday after* noon that was held in honor of Mrs J. Wallace Smith of Sacramento Calif. Other guests besides the honorcp were Mesdames Ray Stoeber, Harlan Elmers, Arnold Hansen, Bill Hantelman, Eugene Huskamp, ted Jensen, Kenneth Johnson, Lyle Newel,' Mervin Priebe, 'Donald- Shaw, Calvin Vaudt, John. Wai te,, and Clarence Yager. SUPREME FEEDING HUMERAL Fenton — Gary Widdel wad one of the 20 finalists selected in an audition at Fairmont, Minni July 12 to appear at the'-Martin" County Fair Aug. - 26 at 8 plmi Vehita .Rich, of-New York was at Fairmont to hear 97 contest* ants : prefbrm, A winner from the 20/will be selected to go td New York to appear on the Ted Mack Amatuer Hour. . ' Gary, 18,, son of Mr. and Mrs Dtiane Widdel of Fenton, won his chance, to try in the- finals with a vocal solo. (UDM Engraving). Feeding minerals don't have to be expensive to be good. You can eliminate mineral deficiency in your hogs and cattleMf*you give them "free-choice" FELQO SUPREME FEEDING MINERAL. It contains 50% bone meal, 1% phosphorous and is low in .salt content. It has no artificial flavor ^but is pleasing to the taste. FELCO SUPREME FEEDING MINERAL is moderately priced and an important factor in producing healthy, profitable* livestock. Ask about it. - ;, Fenton CO-OP Elevator f JrbwiJ 11 ! .I'*.*''..'- : . KEM-TONE latex wall paint $6.39 0°Uoa • Easy to roll or brush on i • Covers any wall surface in one coat • Lovely new colors ^ » Guaranteed washable Special Beauty for Ceilings. . SUPER KEM-TONE CEILING FLAT WHITE For woodwork in matching KEM-GIO. $2.85 Stoeber Hardware FCN'TON Shower Honoree Kathryn Alt was honored at .a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening. Mary Rossiter registered the' guests and: gifts. Mrs Kay .Priebe presented the following honored guests toith white' gladi- •iola corsages:, 'the ; bride-to-be Kathy : 'Altr" ! her 1 mother, Mrs Larry Alt, Mrs Ernest Berkland, Mrs Arthur Krasue, Mrs Chris Alt,'the latter, of West Bend, Mrs L'ewis Larson Qf Ruthven, Mrs Andrew Berkland .and' Mrs Will Dreyer. Assisting the bride-torbe with, he.r gifts w^ere her ;sifter Marilyn Alt, Faye Hantelman, Ann Krause, Jane Dreyer, ana Hollee Krause. ,-,.'.-, Mrs Clayton Ditsworth was in ch'arge of a short program. Bobby Krause played a piano solo "The Merry Piper" ,Mrs Clayton Ditsworth read an essay on man, Mrs Robert Krause gave a reading entitled "Before The Wedding", Ann, Alice, and Heidi Krause sang "I've Gotta Crow". Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs J. Wallace Smith of Sacramento, Calif., Luella Newel of Chicago and Mrs Paul Barnes of Clinton, New York. ' &s*s attendSd' ihu ,IoWa, F.acm . Service mefetlng. In Des Moirtfes Wedhasd&y. Mrs William Hhntelman and! Susart drove'to Morrlstowh-Mlnn., Saturday where they- visited wlthi 'Mr aritf Mrs W. 'B, Stmmldtke. Becky Hantehflari retUrned-home with them after spendlftg- the' last' two weeks with >her grandparents the Schmidtkfes, ' Wednesday evening dinner guests in the Webber-Yager home were Mr and Mrs: Sheldon Merrill and children of Lotiisberg, Mo., Mr and Mrs G. O, Bailey and Mrs Clarence Yager; Joei airid Dave. •".-'' , Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sfelhe of Fairmont and Mrs J. Wallace Smith, Chan, and Jim were Friday evening dinner guests in the Raymond Stoeber-home. The occasion honored, the oirthday an+ niversaries of .Mr and Mrs Stoe'-i ber an'd Mrs Smith- Wednesday evening, dinner Iguests in the E. C. Weisbrod 'home were Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber, Mr and, Mrs Wilfred Stdeber and Wayne, Mrs.-J. Wallace Smith, Cha» arid Jim of SacramentOj Cal., and Gerald Voigt. Dr. and Mrs Emil Sulek and son; Jimmy of Phoenix, Ariz, are guests in the home of ReV. anc Mrs F. C. Preul. Tuesday anc Wednesday guests in the Preu home- were Dr. and Mrs Haroic PhulUs and children 'of Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Herbert Preu and son Mark of Omaha, Neb were weekend guests in the Preu home. Mr and Mrs Paul rludson spent last weekend, Saturday to Tuesday, at Park Rapids, Minn, fishing. Sunday: dinner guests in the Dealer Honored • Fred Mortenson, Fenton, an independent dealer in Watkins Products, was honored recently by Mr E. L. King, Jr., President of the direct selling firm, for nis outstanding sales and service. It is part of a national program to pay recognition to the firm's outstanding dealers during the months of May and June. Fred Mortenson received a special Presidents' Award Pin and Certificate. Mr Mortenson has been a dealer in 5 townships in Emmet county and Seneca township in Kossuth county for the past two months. buy of your lifetime! • Up to 36 months to pay carrying charges i down (ani1 exchaniiii) buys a new range or water heater or buy both for o/i/y $1 down and exchanges and iaku up to ia months to pay yqucAH as SORE'... >i? .rs Wes ci nj>house IOWA l-i I 4 11(14 Albert Mitchell home were Mr and Mrs Ole Petei^on and Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell. .Mrs Raymond Stoeber entertained at an afternoon coffee party Wednesday . in honor , of Mrs J". Wallace Smith and boys of .Sacramento, Cal., and Mrs Arnold Kuecker and Barbara' of Laurel, Neb. 1 ' ' . Mrs Lena Kohiwes and Doreen of Minneapolis were recent visitors in the Paul Eigler home. H Tuesday dinner-, guests in the/ B. G. Berkland v home were Mr and Mrs Norfna'n Thompson and Sherry 'of San Bernardino, Call Mrs Robert Berkland; and boys oi St. Paul, Minn/, arid Otto Wilberg of Ringsted..' - - - ' i « Enjoying a picnic dinner Tuesday evening at the Albert Mit;; chell home were itev. and Mrs Dale Mitchell of Sarles, North Dakota, Mr and Mrs Norman Thompson and Sherry of San Bernardino, Cal., Mr & Mrs Harlan Gaard of Frost, Minn., Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood ana family. Monday evening dinner guests in the Charles Newel home were Mrs J. Wallace Smith, Chan and Jim of Sacramento, Calif., Mr? Arnold Kuecker and Barbara of Laurel, Neb., Mr and Mrs Richard McCarty and boys of Hartley, Mr and Mrs Lyle Newel and family, Mr and Mrs Gaylord Johnson and Mrs E. J. Frank. •'. Ghris Egland Passes, Rites At Wai Word Fenton — Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon for Chris Egland, 87, who died Thursday at the Good Samaritan home, Estherville, where he hati been a patient for the past four years. Mr Egland had suffered from a kidney infectipn for the past six years and developed a heart condition a year ago. Services were held at the Wallingford Lutheran church with the Rev, Norbert Jolivette official- ing. He was born March 9, 1873 at Bergen, Norway. In 1891 he came to the United States and settled in Story county, near Roland and worked as a farm hand. Mr Egland married Carrie Moe, Jan. 20, 1896 at Roland. They farmed near Roland, then mov"ed to Wallingford, where they farmed for 24 years. After returning to Roland, Mr Egland worked for 13 years for the Marshall Canning Co. He retired in 194G. Mrs Egland died in 1952. Surviving him' are two sons, Clarence of Estherville and Amos of Wallingford; three daughters. Mrs Ellen Rosen, Vancouver. Wash.; Mrs Inga Rosen, Vancouver, Wash.; Mrs William (Myrtle) DeWall, Fenton; a brother, John, 81, of Billings, Mont.; 13 grandchildren and 25 great- grandchildren. He was preceded in death by an infant son Iver, and one brother, Theodore. Members of the Sentral Band- mothers will, be serving lunch at the regular' band Concert in the Fenton Park 'Saturday night, Aug. 13. Lunch'will include pie Cake, ice cream, ;cbffee and pop. CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to friends and relatives for the memorial gifts, flowers, cards food and everyone who helped in every way following the death of our beloved wife and mother. H. C, Lindsey and family. 32* W.S.C.S. Meeting The WSCS*ofOthe Fenton Methodist ; churehv met Thursday afternoon*' in .'the-; church parlors The devotional leader was Mrp Wilfred Stoeber. rier topic wa.s 'Let Us Give Thanks". Mrs Frank McFali was f He; lesson loader. Her topic was "Lighi Unto Today's Children". She was assisted-, by Mrs Arnold 1 .' Hansen,' Sunday school teacher, who /spoke? on 'the work' of 'the 'children iri their church. . : , ; Mrs Ed Riemers, teacher of the Jr. Dept, read from the "Met- lodist Woman' r and also read' an appeal for Sunday school teachers and leaders in singing. Mrs Frank McFali introduced six girls from the Jr. Dept. who sung "My Master Was A Worker". The girls were Jacqueline Jones, Margo Rusch, Cynthia Ban\ Suzanne Newel, Mary .Ellen Ditsworth, Teresa Voi'gt. Hostesses were Mrs Raymond Stoeber, Mrs Shaw, and Mrs Elwin Schlei. Tuesday, Aug. 9, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper Des Mones—5 tional Park enroute home. Mrs Harold Berkland and children of Whittier, Calif., and Mrs Robert Berkland ana boys of St. Paul, Minn, are guests in the B. G. Berkland home. Dr. and Mrs W. W. Jolley left Saturday for a vacation trip that will take them around Lake Superior. Enroute home they willi stop at Brimson, Mir~ for their daughter Judy who nad been visiting there. Mr and Mrs Raymond Sioeber, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and! Wayne, and Mrs J. Wallace Smith, Chan and Jim, spent from Sunday through Wednesday of this week at Spirit Lake. Seneca Family Has Many Guests Past 3 Weeks Seneca — Mrs Sheldon Merrill Jr. and James, Kathy and George have been visiting the past three weeks at the parental C. O. Bailey home. • Callers at the Bailey home during this time have been Mrs O. R. Patterson of Ringsted, Mrs Donald Cronk and daughter, Mrs Charles Osborn, Mrs Marlin Wegener and children, Mrs Charles Feye and children, Mrs Cecil Baldwin, Mrs C. F. Wegener of Fenton, Dr. and ivirs Whitllow and Robert of Armstrong and Mrs Rauert of Denver, Colo. Mrs Rauert, a sister of Mr Bailey, is visiting with relatives and friends while on her vacation, First Grandson Mr and Mrs Jerry Bliss of Springfield, Mo. are parents of a son born July 25. The infant weighed 9 pounds,' 10 ounces- Mrs Bliss is the former Dorothy Madsen, daughter of the Melvin Mad- sens. Mrs Madsen ,went to Springfield to visit at the Bliss home and to make the acquaintance of their first grandchild. Home From Trip Mrs Freida Siems and her cousin Mrs Alyina Huff of St. Paul have returned home from a two- week guided tour to the west coast. The trip was. made by train with sightseeing tours made by bus and boat. Highlights of the trip included Yellowstone National Park, Portland, Oregon, Seattle, Washington, and then by boat to Victoria and Van Couver Canada and then on to Lake Louiso and Banff Na- Kave New Son ; Senecans will be interested in knowing that the Gerald Kennedys of St. Louis, Mo. have a baby son, Gerald Michael,' born July 15. The Mike Kennedys are the paternal 'grandparents.' < • Tommy Looft ' of Rochester, Minn, is visiting at tha home of his grandparents, the Henry Loofts and' the Elmer Horstmans of Britt. Mr and Mrs Edward Swanson of Calif, were Thursday callers at thd Henry Looft home, Mr and Mrs Marvin Wilberg and family of Estherville were Wednesday guests at the Martin Wilberg home. Mrs Marlin Wegener and children were Friday guests at the C. O. Bailey home. Gets Rifle Award Richard Peterson, son of Mr and Mrs Roy A. fctersen, Fenton, has been awarded the National Rifle Association's marksman award by officials at Shattuck School, Fairbault, Minn. Richard also attained the rank of private first class in military drill at the school. Closing exercises at the school' were held July 30. This was the 46th annual session of the school. tF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT IT THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Anton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May B» Referred To Us With Confidence Phon. FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20116 FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD YIOIGT INSURANCE FENTON,, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton, WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA ' and OEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 , Or. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25, Fenton, lowq The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Ptgblicaiiom PMfct- ad. That Takes. An Interest In Fenionf - UOYD Mi BERKLAND Licensed. Real Estate Broker, and Farm.Loans And Auction Servic* ;. , . > . Phone 233 • , •• , ....,,• Fenton, Iowa SECURITY CONFIDENCE i . , • < Your Bank Is Here To Serve Your bank is here to serve. This means not only the usual banking transactions— checking accounts, cashing checks, savings accounts — but some of the more personal matters. If you have problems which may need the services of a bank, we invite you to talk it over with us. All deposits Insured to $10,000. By Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 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