The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1960 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 30, 1960
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\ /'•>* August 30, (Ifl.) Upper Des MotnN Tuesday, Aug. 30, i960 10th Wedding Honors For 11 ', •,* Fenton Couple Fenlon — of relative surprised. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson on Saturday evening August 20, for their 10th wedd ., ing anniversary. ,The group en .joyed a pot. lilck supper at the - Fenton Community Center Cards were played with Mrs C. L. Wegener* and Art Krcssin winning high 1 and Mrs. Darre Dreyer and Kenneth Johnson low. Present were the Gene Wegcners, Harlan Eimers,' Jack Gerharts, Art Kressins, , John Kressins, Calvin. Vaudts, Marlin Wegeners, Kenneth Johnsons, Charles Feyes, Orville Kressins, Clarence Bierstedts. Darrel Ore-' 'yers, Ervin Frinks, E., K,'John- sohs, C. H. Newels, C. L. Weg- eners, . and Mrs, Kate Wegener the latter of Algona. - t Attend Graduation • ! Among 'those attending JoAnn Sunde's graduation exercisas from Nurses training at Siou City were Mr. and Mrs Lloy Sunde and family, Mr and Mr Harry Haase, Mr and Mrs Char les Theesfield all of'. Fenton James Petersen of Ringsted, Lii lian Sunde of Estherville, Mrs Clara King, and Mrs.. Leora Le of Flint, Michigan. v Honored At Picnic Mr and Mrs Gary Waldron and family; of Ft. ,Leavenw;orth Kansas, were honored at a 'pic- *nic dinner in'.the Fenton park Sunday.' Others tin attendance were; Mr and Mrs Otto"'Ohm, Mr apd Mrs Martin' Ohm and Dennis, Mr and-Mrs. Kenneth Johnson /and -family all' iof ^Fenton, Mr and Mrs: Bill , Buss and James of Lone Rock, -Mr and Mrs Marvin' Calhoun and family of Algona, Verona ; Buss and Susan, 'Mr and Mrs Bill Meyer all of Algona, Mr and Mrs Amos Meyer of Decorah, and : , Mr and Mrs Richard Gorman of Burt. . Rev. .and .Mrs..'Edwin and family^ of' BadgSr;'^Mirin',,i arid' Mrs Arnold Haller of Marble Rock were week-end guests in the Morris Mitchell home. Mr arid Mrs Warren Jones, Jacquelyn arid' Gregory have spent ithe past couple weeks visiting relatives. At Lime Springs ithey were guests of Mrs Mable Johnson. Charles Hewett of West Windfiela, N. Y. r was also a guest in the Johnson h'ome at that time.. They were guests of Mr and Mrs Harold Haskin nnd family at Tama. While'there they attended the --inual Indian were Attests in the Loyal Melton Aome.- ,' . Mrs. Don'ald Void and childrdii of Lake Mills spent several days this past .week in the parental S. E. Straley home.'' *' i. Mr and Mrs 'M. P. Nemit* ra- turhed 'home -last Monday after a 'Week fishjng> trip in Northern Minnesota. They also visited hi Wanpeton, Nortn Dakota with Mr and Mrs Paul Kressin and Mr and Mrs, v tjordon Krcssin nephews', of,' Mrs Nemltz. Mr and Mrs Dan Peterson and Mr and _Mrs Kenneth Gilbaugh and family, of Graettinger were Tuesday everting visit'ors /in the Gerhart Hanlelmun' home. Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Callahatt of Kanawha visited with Fenton friends Thursday. Mr'and (Mrs Melvin Ricklefs and family of Titonka were Thursday.evening- visitors in the Roelf Miller'home. : Las! week-end visitors in the Dscar Sdrehsen home were Her- sert and Martin Benson, Mr artd Mrs/Leslie Newhamm and their grandson Leslie Newnamm , of Beioit',' : Wisconsin. Dr. and Mrs E. W..Ruske speni Sunday with tjie George^ HUse- nans atiokobpji. • u : • J ' | ! 1 Mrs, John? Kohivre3 ^'akd; Mrs." Frank Speller at 'Ayrshire <Wed- esday. . . -. . ; •> • ? ' Miss Janice Heine of Iowa City • spent- several- -days' -last; week in.the,Gerhart -Ha'ntelman. home. 'Mr and Mrs Charles Feye 'a(nd, Mr and Mi-si Calvia r fyaudt left Friday' for p. ahort trip <to' riprtfi- ern; Minnesota.* ' \ ; ; (j p H j 1 Sunday dinner guests' in the; Roelf Miller home were Mrs. Hikeo Adams, Marion, and. Delia Minnie and Susan Adams,; anc Bernice Janssen all of . Buffalo Center arid Mr and Mrs ' Fred Edkhart and Tommy of ' Humboldt. Mrs. Levon .Steinberge'r and boys sjient from * Monday ; to Thursday .in the home of, Mrs. Deloris -Schulte in .Windom, Minnesota. . ' ; •'.,.' • ' •• ; Mrs. Ehm of 1/es Moines, was a visitor in the' Art...Voigtf home Friday morning. ' St. John's W.M,F. of Depew net Thursday afternoon, August 25. Mrs Paul Zumache was in charge of'the Bible Study. Mrs Bertie Berkland was »inj charge 0f i the i .pH&grsrii l on/ 'History, " '"• "!3 ~*". i*" ** • New Teachers • InSentral's School System Work Pi On Pri< Stan Bei jtf&A'&mii Howard Tomlinson Teacher-Counselor Elkhars, Towa Fenton nicely on iner to ah and t-he" , the egg cattdl from Its'jtteserit'!) tion into the jjefti 1 . -tfieatie DUtiding, and: ,ce of the ibuilding '^. .. expanded grocery, denaMt Cement pattfitig. jar : $he |t was the order ,of ^twdmesX ' i > v ' Pow Wow. At Palo, Iowa they sisters. tffs Clarence iBerkland Mnd',,Mrs Jscar Berkland sang * a * ; duet. lostesses' were Mrs, Amos Borland arid Mrs , Henry, ' Gowans. ^: and Mrs Everett Voiteler, Freda' Sians', and: Mrs Ehm \e -latter of Des Moines were ''riday evening guests' in the ome of Dr. and Mrs Vincent r otteler at Laui-ens. i , . . Mrs Clara King and Mrs' Leors ice of. fFlirit, . Michigan, were uests in the Charles Theesfield ome Monday thur Thursday. VIrs King ,and Mrs Thesfield : are Mrs. Vera Frederick Estherville, la. Fenton, 3rd grade 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 Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building -Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske PENJIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER 4 Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fentpn! LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa Mr ,artd Mrs ^Illreel' J,. and son '^nyhe ^pent ftorft |SUn- day to Tuesday in Minneapolis where they were guests in 'the Karl «iewart Jiome. Sunday .they ww'e amoung l;hose .who attended the Siew'art's Silver wedding anniversary party, jwonday .they attended the Minnesota State Tair. . Mr and Mrs Henry - Ehm; of Jes Moines w.ere M^kn&nd guests ' in the Ernest Votteler iome. Mr Ehm returned home Sunday and Mrs Ehm rornaih.ed or a weeks lc-.2e' - . -visH. >Wjth he Vottelers and other 'relatives. Mr and Mrs Fred ; Mortenson and Kathy and Mrs D.aire Householder and Danny sp.en Thursday and Frjcjjiy in Molin Illinois, where they visited wit Mr and Mrs Emil Pope. ^Rorial Mortenson returned home wit them. He has been employed a the Rock Island Arsenal. He wil return to his studies at the" .__.. State University' ai Ames. En route home they visited 'vyijtl Carl Mortenson in the Veteram Hospital in Des Moines. Carl ha; expressed his appreciation df -the mail he has received.- Mr and Mrs Frank McFall ane Mr and Mrs Jonn Theesfielc spent last weekend at a Lakeview Resort at Siren, Wise. They also visited with Mr and Mrs Carlyle Schuttlewprth at Siren. Mr and/Mrs L. M. Osirom of Duluth, . were house guests in James A. Woltz Hurt, la. Jr. High, Science and Athletics the George M. and in the George O. Jorgenson norries, from Friday until Monday. On Saturday they were entertairtedj in the Donald Jorgenson home at Algona. Mr Ostrom isva brother Mrs Geprge M. oorgenson S Mr and Mrs Eugene New"el~bJE Sioux Center were Thursday and Friday guests in the /Arnold Hansen home. Kathy Newel retUen-' ed home with them after spending a week in the Hansen honfe. Last week-end guests iin'-.tfie William Eimers home were Mr and Mrs George Brosowske pf Wahpeton, -North Dakota. Among those attending the wedding of Karen Kohlwes. daughter of Mr and Mrs Ewald Kohlwes of Austin, : to Roger Jacobs- on Sunday, August 21 were Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger, Marlene Walker, Mr and Mrs Darrel Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer, Mr and Mrs John Ko,hlwes, Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohlwes, and Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler and Judy. Roger Dreyei was an attendant at the wed'd- ;••• ,'•*]•>. ;k ,f,,<"< •?,!•"' ',','• ' '?• '-ti'i-Jik'i'i U'V . Jand Oerner, Galifofnia -vi&itiHg here and at WhHtemorft Dr. ^rtd Mrs Tom Lensifig.'LolsiBeic'hyMr .aftd-S^ra^en JfanSSfl fltll'df "" " temofe f Mr-ahd Mrs Bill Bar mean, «t. Joe. ,' • L " Both girls graduated -with -great distinction being to thd five high' est.ln-the class ^ohoWstlcaljy. \ Shower Hdnoree , ! A miscellaneous shoWer honoring Ethef Ricke was 'held Aug. '21 in St. John's Catholic church.! Fiv£ hundred Was played; "Mlss< Ricke will be married .Sept. 3 here to Barrel! .Nemmerfi, son of, Sylvester Nemmers.' Mfiss 1 RicHe Us the'daughter of Mr ,and Mrs Roman Ricke. Miss Nurre Honored , . A miscellaneous shower honoring Joan Nurre_, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Nurre, Whittemorte, was held Thursday eyening in St. Jdhn's .hall. Miss Nurre Will be' married Sept. r !0 in St. John|s' Catholic chur,ch to James -'John-j son, son,of Mrs Le'ona Johnson. < Sam Lichliter is a patient'.at St. Ann hqspital^suffefjng from Dorirfa' ; Bergman, Scc.bmpard;e.d by Leland .C.erner,, W,hitt'er)i6re, Exp«rl«he«d Embalm?)* and Funeral Director* • - y./ '•£* ' Arribulcmef Strvtn lUliable 24 Hour F unerali May B* Referred To Ut Confiddnc. Chan* FENTpN ,83 RINQiTED 21001 , V , ' 2UXMT : 10416: Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Stanley Berkland !of F.entott. who were married Aug. 21 as-reported in last week's, Fenton. Re-' porter. The bride is the former.Kathryn AU, daughter of Mr ,and Mrs Lawrence Alt, and the bridegroom is 'a son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Berkland of Cylinder.'Tne couple will make their home in Fenton, where Mr Berkland is employed by the Fenton Cooperative Elevator. (UDM engraving—-iKirkham Studio foto). went to /Minneapolis Sa,turda. for several days visit with re latives. ' •, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halver n and Merle visited in th Sldon Lee home .in Esxherville Thursday evening. Fenton Youth In Air Force .Fenton — Frank Cannon, son of-Mr. and Mrs, Dean Cannon s stationed at the Lackland Air 'orce Base at San Antonio, 'exas. Frank is ; a member of .the 960 graduating class- of Sentral igh school. mg. Mr and Mrs Gayle Larson and Corliss of Grove City, Minn., Minn., were Sunday overnight guests in the Dale Weisbrod Home. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cornelius nf Grapttinger anci Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod enjoyed an outing together at Okoboji Sunday. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family, Mrs Amanda Kern, Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and boys, and Mr and Mrs W;ivnr Alderson and Patty joined other relatives at Fort Dodge Sunday for a family picnic. Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer spent Thursday und Friday in .Sioux City whore they visited with their son Roger. Mr and Mrs B. G. Berkland Whittemore Man Will Teach In German School ^Whittemore — Mr and Mrs Willis Wehrspan left for Hanau, Germany, Aug. • 24, whore Mr Wehrspan teaches in the Overseas Dependents Schools. Mr Wehrspan taught four years in „,. „. _„„ „, Japan, 1953 to 1957. He was trans- Plantation Ballroom, fered to Germany in 1957. He is a • . ^—£1 Beaver Dam, Wis.' spent the , end with Mr and Mrs Arnold Gade. Mr and Mrs 'L. 'H. Peril returned home Saturday from their three week trip to western states and Canada. JoannWelpOf Bancroft Weds Bancroft t"—, Joann Marilyn, daughter of. Mr and Mrs John J. Welp, became the bride of Paul Anliker, son of Mrs Noah Aii- 'iker, West Bend, in a double ing ceremoney, Aug. 20 in ;Sj. John's Catholic church. Rev. PaU rick Waite officiated. <• • .Attending the couple were'Bar- 1 bara DeGeeter, .friend .of .trie ouple, her sister, Mary ,Beth, unior bridesmaid. Raymond 'orsythe was best, man and Vlichael Welp was junior groorns- nan. Acolytes were Joey and Arthur Welp, James Meyer and Richard Egan, ushers, Thomas lammond and Richard Egan. After a wedding trip to the 3!ack Hill's So. Dak., they will e at home in West Bend. There vas a' wedding dinner "arid' ye- eption for 250 guests at the 1960 We'te Ftecsdy : " Tjb-' -O^i(; • •/'• i.% ; •• ^ The Ctirs Are Ready To Wheel . ':---'•- .,.'>•-' . '*. '•• ' : * . '•• *.."'".- "•- f e ~". '. • *r' *±? ' *' Jmpalas ^ /Bel, Airs • B.iscaynes " - ' V . . ^ ' r « • * '. W graduate of Whittemore high school and Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, and taught two years at Jesup and three years at Manchester before going to Japan. He had a leave of absence from Hanau, to study 'for his degree at Colorado State College, where he graduated August 18, 1960 at Greeley with a master of i rls. Mr and Mrs Louis Wehrspan of Whittemore, attended '.the''graduation ceremonies. ' ' Mr and Mrs Kurt Fehnske of Attend Graduation Relatives and .friends frc-m here who attended graduation exercises at St. Joseph's School of Nursing at Sioux City for Donna Bergman and-Alice Menke were: • Mr and .Mra Richard Menke, Janice and Kay, Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman, Merideth, Kenneth and Larry, Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss, Duane, David and. Dennis '.MeGleish, Patty Dolpn, Mrs Tim Doocy, Led- jard, Donald; 'Grar(dgenett, On- avya..yiet9nH£nsen, Chicago, Le- Improved 70 Acre Farm Sells at TUESDAY, SEPT. $TH At 1:00 P.JVI. at tfie Farm ' The undersigned wilt Offer ipr sale- 4he- ipllowing described real' estate on the farm located 1 mile south & 10 jods West of West:Bend. Legal description of farm being sold; South c^ the northeast quarter CS'/2NE'/i), Section twenty-four"(24), T.owJiahip JJinely-four (94). Range .ThiMy-one (.31-), Paid-AUor - SAVEiYOUR CROP Mrs.. Darlene Beresford Bancroft, la. Rock, and grade NOW ARRIVING ALL NEW MERCHANDISE FROM MARKET TRIPS . . . ROCKERS, CHAIRS, LAMPS, BEDROOM FURNI TURE .... STOP AND SEE. PETERSEN FURNITURE FENTON, IOWA Quality With Economy - Worth Driving Miles To Check or Feed 'Engineered wojtimura ok flow ' t , 16 Ctuge h«ovy eotrugotsd p«r(or« o«ed flpw plgt*» iniure even fir flow end «9*y cleaning. • • • " •*• ' ... Quality Columbian Groin Bin O*» wcothtr tight protection. ?0** { pl«nuai ring ovoHt VB«*.A*iaf #* 9, T. O. »wppl»m««tojl * ovoiloU*. TrfE IMPROVEMENTS; — 10. 'room housV «with lour nice hip roof barn, 'h'pg house, itwo story.' chigken house; single garage; corn crib; machine she'd.' ' '• ' ' •' THE LAND: j- is of Webster -and Clarion soil, good lile, and is a, high prodwcing farm, ^ • - "•".'." -" \"- ' STATEMENT TO ^UYE|U9|b|h|i would .b* ^ ^ery fine farm $o live; on with a iamily a* it is close -to town and in a -nise community wit^ a wonderful Jocaiipn. r .'.....'.... , , -. . ' . ' .;.'.':•;•• ........ •! ... ? Possession on pr tetfpi-e Morch 1st, 1961 1 -I drying fan* w«*» TEBMSs .Jf% dlowri ,pn fiate'cif tale b.a.l^nce on M^^H I. 1961 -4. Vendor to fi^rnish obstruct ahowiilg merchaniabtfe iitl^ and warrv deed. The buyer -wfll *>e jrequirea •foljowlng the s^le'-to enter] a cuslomary cpnlracf. " , ' ; ^ sale is under the nfansgertient 91'T^) freemjn. fleaj ,'E»*aif broker, Phpne A-15 «t Cylinder Ind Woyd 9«Ww»d. jieaj E,*tMl' broker and Aucjioaeez, 4*hen» 439, InformMifltt kindly cpntftPt po» j»f ijhe above. THE FOLI.OWINS -mimwmir mm. % 6 AM3 -OF THE - - THIS • 1948 M94»r^ JeJjn John 9wrr,3,rc. John Deere 4Mt. fl,T,Q. on tooth narrow, H'f.l.? Mower; 3<Jfl .fWlv.fM Hare box, with h&st; Motoisnd Binder? 50bu. Pride of the F?rmHQgFw4w. John Reere Plow; Air Cpmpressfr; l,»wn - end cjiairj ^'o'Bjs pining ropm Jable, b w |f e t by Dakota Iron Weisbrod Implement IOWA PICK41P- WJ R«»poniJble In Casp of

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