The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1960 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 8, 1960
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November 8, 1960 <HAtgone (la.) Upper Det Mofntt Tuesday, Nov. ft, New Pastor Installed Arid Honored, Fairville Church ' Fenton — The Rev. R. D, Ec- k'elman was installed as pastor of St, .Luke Lutheran church at Fairville Sunday afternoon. Approximately 230 attended the services which "were conducted by the Rev. »:& Weiss of West Bend assisted by Rev, G. J. C. GCrike of Algona. Other pastors attending the -service were Rev. W. H, Frledrich of Fenton, Rev. D. E. Heck of Livermore, Rev. Allen A. Ruddw of LuVerne and Rev. Cleo - Kautsch of Whittemore. , . ' Following the installation service, a reception honoring Bey. and Mrs 'Eckelman was held in the church parlors, with Rev. Weiss as ma.ster of ceremonies. Included on the program was a reading by tesjjarlan Elmers, cornet hofjr'iseldctin' by Donald Beck, duet by Ittichael and Paula Berklan'd: accompanied by liirs Berkland. Speaking in behalf Of the varidus organizations in the church were^ 'Mrs Lloyd Berkland, president of 'the Ladies Aid Society, Paul Voigt, president of the Sunday School, Janice Hannover, president of the Walther League, Ervin Bruhn, president of ,t)ie CJoujles > Club /and Qrvill< the Mens' Weiher, president of Rev.f and',Mrs Eckelman-were presented with a grocery shower. Following the afternoon's program, lunch was served by the ladies of the .congregation. Auxiliary To'Meel The Fenton Legion Auxiliary will meet this Friday afternoon, Nov. 11, with Mrs Merle Voigt. Si. John's Aid Elects , ,St. Luke's; Lutheran Ladies Aid met' Thursday at the church parlors with hostesses 'Mrs Lucinda Bierstedt and Mrs Lloyd Berkland. , • • , ' Mrs.. Lloyd Berkland was reelected presidentr Mrs Arnold Ilantelman was elfected .vice {>resident. She succeeds ;Mrs Hilbert Biefstedt. ,; Mrs -Harlan Eimers succe'eds Mrs Eugene -Wegener as secretary, and Mrs Ervin Bruhn was re-elected treasurer. Mrs Carl Beck was elected LWML treasurer. Mrs Eckelman was welcomed as a. new member. Guests we,re Mesdames Truman Thompson of Cylinder, Martin Berkland, Ringsted, Donald Berkland and Carl Berkland. Mr and Mrs George Jorgenson Sr. and Mr" and Mrs George Jorgenson Jr. spent last Saturday and Sunday at Glenwood, Miifvni They were guests in the Cadi home. Th^ Ostroms were recently ihjured in an auto accident, but are getting along nicely at this time. , The Duane Dreyers of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Everett DreyerVere Saturday and Sunday guests in the Roger Dreyer home at Sioux City. Mr and Mrs William Eimers, Mr and Mrs Herman Struecker of Fairmont, and Mr and Mrs Harold Neilsen and Meridean of Blooming Prairie, Minn, were Sunday dinner guests in the Emil Bierstedt home. The Fenton MYF collected $50. for the UNICEF in, the annual Halloween fund drive. . Dr. and Mrs Robert Votieler and daughters Kathy, 10 and An j nete Elizabeth (Liza) 3 left Monday of this past week for Joliet, Illinois, after a three week visit in the parental Ernest Votteler home. Dr. Votteler, a pediatrician,, is a graduate of the Unit versity of Iowa College of medi-' cine. - 4 David Frink was host lo the Fairville Walther . League Thursday evening at the church parlors. Jerry Waite and two , college class mates from Kansas State at Manhatten, Kansas spent the weekend in Uie John Waite and Walter Wege'ner homes'. The boys were here for the opening of the hunting season. Mrs Ella Waiie has returned to Fenton after spending three weeks with her brother, Albert Heiden at Sioux Falls, S: D. He has recently suffered a heart attack. ; Mr and Mrs Fred Fesseler and Lowell were last Sunday dinner guests in the Elmer Lee home' at Estherville,- A number of other relatives and friends were also guests for the afternoon honoring the birthday of Kevin Lee. y////////////M/////////r/AV///y'^^^^ -• /•, Gut Cutting Costs with a • MOH^Wk ROTARY CUTTER-SHREDDER Kevin is a great-grandson of tie* FesselefS. . x Mr and Mrs Bob Schwafl* and Bobbl Jean bf Ames were week* end guests in the parental-J. A. .Schwartz home. Bob is employed in the advertising department of the Ames Daily Tribune, . Ca*l Blum of Spring Valley, 111. and Paul Slum of Washington, 111. were weekend guests in the Walter Peril home. The men, cousins of Mrs Pertl, came by plane to spend the weekend hunting. Shelly Kay, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Hainzmger was baptised, Sunday in St. John's Lutheran church with the Rev. W. H. FriedrieK officiating. Sponsors were Judy WeJaer arid David Hainzmger. Dinner guests in the Hainzinger home "in honor of the occasion were Mr and Mrs William Wefner a'nd^ family, Mr and Mrs,Arnold Hainzinger and David, Mrs Anna Hafick and Daryl Preston. * ' Mrs E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs J. A. Schwartz were hostesses to their Bridge party Thursday at the Planation dining room. Eight tables were in play. Mrs George Jentz won high score prize, Mrs Arlo Ranney second high and Mrs R. C. Goetsch received low score prize. ; *•• The Junior Class of the Sen- iral High School will present its class play Thursday and Friday evenings, Nov. 10 and 11, at the School gym. The play • 'It's Great To Be Crazy' is directed by William, OTBrian. David Howard, infant son ol Mr and Mrs Howard Boyer bi Waukee was baptized Sunday at the .-Fen^on Methodist church with the Rev. Harvey Walker Officiating; Mr and Mrs James Mai lory of LuVerne were sponsors fpr the infant. Mr' and Mrs Joe Madden are the infants maternal grandparents. Also baptised Sunday at the Methodist church was Joseph Earl Philips. His mother, Mrs Audrey Philips was received into membership of the church by transfer from Glendale, Arizona. Mr and Mrs Earl Lufkin are Joseph's maternal grandpar* ents. ' Mil -.*'*!,*- ' *"'• ' " ! Y"t ' T ^ \ „ J *' * i Marfad H6re Oct. 22 :» ' 3-POINT OR PULL TYPE Yes, MOHAWK Rotary Cutters are buill to give years and years of low cost, dependable service. Now you can own a quality made, all purpose, Cutter- Shredder, for less than many lightweight, so called economy models. A MOHAWK Shredder will mow rough pasture lawn smooth, shred crops into fine mulch, or pulverize a 2" sapling into fine chips. Before you buy any Cutter-J 1 SEE THE MOHAWK AT YOUR LOCAL DEALER,' >'; ' 5 Foot Model - $408 f.o.b. 5'/ 2 Foot Model - $439.50 f.o.b. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT-Fenton 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 GEW EQUIPMENT Bui. Phone 3 Re»- Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING §&iVtCJ For Building ' «r Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, lovya The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Print- e4 That T*ke» A«» Interest In Fen ton I UQYP M, BERKUND teil.^W.irftlwfi^ And Awtiw Swvtn ^ l^nton, towq Kids lake ParfJnParty Halloween Fenton — One hundred and forty two children in costume at-, tended the annual Halloween party at the Fenton Community Center Monday evening of this past week. The event is sponsored by the Town and Country Womans Club, and the Fenton Business mens Community Club contributed $25.00 to help with expenses. Dale Weisbrod was master of ceremonies and judfies were Clayton Wolff, Mrs Calvin Vaudt and Mrs LeRoy Bras. Roger Hansen was crowned king and Cindy Voigt was crownpd queen of the ceremonies. Last year's king and queen, Mike Mansager and Debbie Zumaeh had the honor of crowning the new king and queen. Also included in the evening's program was the showing of three cartoons, after which all those in costume were served a lunch of hot dogs, milk and car- mel apples. Other prize winners for the evening, were David Geitzenauer, Robert Krause, Cheryl Walters, Sandra Hantelman, Lee Dreyer, Darlene Priebe, Jacquline Jones, Max Priebe, Lynette Johnson, Jodie Kern, Linda Lenning, Hollee Krause, Ginger Pertl, LaRae Douglas, Suzanne Newel, Robert Philips, Wayne Gerhart, Carl ' Priebe, Alice Krause, Mary Ellen Ditsworth, Bruce Gerhart, Pamela Kauffman, Bethene Juhl, Jan Newel, Susan Lucdtke, Melvin Mansa- gi;r, Billy Duncan, Heidi Krause, Larry Parker. Election Held By St. John's Aid Fenton — St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society mpt Wednesday, Nov. 2nd with hostesses Mesdames Woodrow K r a c h t, Lena Lucdtke and Ed Meyer. The following officers were elected: Mrs Ervin Borchardt, prt-sident; Mrs Martin Ohm, vice president; Mrs Olaf Norland, secretary; and Mrs Victor Struec- ker. treasurer. A cash gift of $5 was sent to each of the following three places: Mental Health Institute of Cherokee, Woodard, and the Lutheran Hour. Mrs Emil BiersU-dt and Mrs William Hantelman reported on the Lutheran Womans Mission, ary League Rally at West eBnd, which was attended by twelve ladies on October 12th. The Key. W- It filediich cm* ducted a gifeie ^uj^. • Forty-two of the highest peaks in the U.S. are in Colorado. .afternoon. - Tilda, Johannesen of Fairmont s'penj Ffldfa>:at the 'Martin ^il- V Lloyd Wllfaerg, -accompanied 6y ttohnfe Sdheer and Prattle' Wellik, .all 6f Minneapolis, spen't Sunday night' at the Martin Wil- Karen Rae SchwarzenbaCh. daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert warzenbach, Fenton, and Edmund Krapp, son of Mr' and Mrs Martin Krapp, Bancroft, were married in St. Cecelia's church, Algona, Oct. 22. MsgTi Pi P. Gearen officiated at the double ring- ceremony. The new bride, is a 'graduate of Sentral high school and has been employed at Algona, while t the bridegroom is employed at Humbbldt where the;newlyweds are making their home. A complete wedding £tory appeared in the Oct. 25 issue of the UDM. (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDM Engraving). ~ MaeVoigUl, Dies, Burial In FenfonPlbf (it Fenian — -Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at the Ceylon Methodist church for, Mrs Mae Voigt, 77, • : .who died Tuesday at the.Eairrnont Comj munity Hospital.': Buri£\ was hi the Fenton Methodist tcemetary. Pallbearers were 2 Gerald VoigtJ Willard Menz, Merle Voigt, Eu^ gene Huskamp, Derwood Voigti all of Fenton and Lyle Steinb^k of Austin, Minn. FoMowing' tni? committal service, relatives and friends were served lunch at the Richard Borchardt home. Mrs Voigt was born August, 15, 1883 at Fenton,' and attended schools in this community. She was married March 31, 1908 to' Richard Voigt at Fenton. * The couple farmed in Minnesota from 1920 to 1942. In 1942 they retired and moved to Ceylon. Surviving are three children, Kenneth of Welcome, Mrs Ward Belknap of Ceylon and Mrs Paul Klenz of Fairmont; six grand* children, and five sisters, Mrs Carrie Voigt and Mrs Richard Borchardt of Fenton, Mrs Annie Steinbeck of % Austin, Minn. Mrs Rettia Bettin of forest City, and Mrs Sadie Me A dams of Redland California. Seneca Folks * Grandparents 2 Family Living Meetings Set , The-"Kossuth County- 'Family Llvin'g- leader tf&iriirig meeting will "be held November 15-16/fhe lesion Ori "Family Wai'droBe Planning" will be presented by Miss Barbara Kruetz, textiles and clothing' specialist, , from Iowa State University. November 15 the meeting will be held at the Extension Office in AlgOna 'Stid November 16 it will be held at the Bancrbft Public School Both meetings will, begin" at 1:30 pMi! and' anyone' interested in getting the lessor! to give to a group, is invited to attend either of these meetings. Spare Yourself this , Painting Problem CRITICAL Jake Burghgraef, a farmer living near Sanborn, was 1n cri- Lical condition recently as a result of an accident on the farm. Burghgraef fell from a 20-foot high stack of baled' hay-, fracturing his neck. He js paralyzed fronn the neck down and his condition was complicated by pneumonia. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, IQWQ i Experienced Funerql Directors Ambulant* $»rvic» Reliable 34 Hpur Funeral Moy Be Referred To U$ With Confidence Phones FENTQN ft BINGSTED 21001 3" Seneca •—%Th.e Don* Wilbergs, Fairmont, Minn., are 'parents of twin boys born Sunday afternoon a,t. Community, hospital at Fairmont. The little boys weighed three pounds.; J(J ounces, and four pounds, 7 ounces. They are' being kept in an incubator. They have a brother Dennis.! , •. *-•' / The Martin Wilbergs are grandparents. ; i,.,! Sunday guests at' the Martin Wilbergs included the Marvin Wilbergs of Estherville, Lojs Wjl- berg of Nbrthfield, 'Lloyd of Minneapolis, and Don and Dennis Wilberg and son of Fairmont who were evening callers. ' Tie memOers of the Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club held a skating party at Algona skating rink Sunday. Lois Wilberg, student at Sf. Olaf College, Norlhfield, Minn., spent . Sunday night with her parents, the Martin Wilbergs. She also visited with her brother and family, the Donald Wilbergs. Fairmont, -and met her new twin nephews, born to them Sunday .TJseJ GJLT fej5GE ! "Homogenized" Paint and spare yourself crystal ball guesswork on how much thinner to use. Never needs thinning—except for spray, painting. Eliminates runs, .drips and spatters, too. FENTON LUMBER CO. 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ELCO FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR mmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmmummammmmmmmmmmn MODERN HOME FOR SALE "v?! •«"? .*. ,.".*".«» ( £ "-•»)! /Af () " '''• '>"•'''< <'•<•'•>•:•''"• >> '!•'•'• PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, NOV. 12 At 1:30 P.M. At FENTON, IOWA Legal Description of House Being Sold — Lots one and two in block fifteen in the town of Fenton, County of Kossuth and State of Iowa, . This is the house owned by St. John's Lutheran Church in Penton and boated diagonally across from the church. This is a seven room house — four rooms downstqirs, gnd thre.e, bedrooms and a bath located upstairs. This house has ample cbsets and cup* boards, It has Hot water Oil Furnace heat. There is a garage located on the (oti This house has p full basement. TERMS: 20% DOWN, Balance, when a warranty deed and abstract are delivered, POSSESSION DECEMBER Ut,, 1?6Q, This house has a good location, one block'from main street and two blocks from public school, far further information please contact Lloyd M, Berklond, Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer, Phone 233 or Gerald Voigt, Real Eitqte Broker and Clerk, Phgne 12, ThU heuje will be available for inspection by appointment ©nly, NQTiRgSPQHlIWi IN CA5I ©F ACCIP1NT§ OWNER ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH »J^: *'-" * ~ *' ^--^— --•» - -" •

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