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I; H tf. li Publftfced By Th« Publishing Co., ft* Iowa --•" - Jfe- •*-J«** -.----~~- t-Algona (la.) Upper D&s Moihis ThufMlay, Jan. 15, 1959 Retired Postmaster Gets Honored At Dinner Party Biy . 5)5^ Fenion — Mr and Mrs J. A. | Schwartz were honored guests a I a dinner held last Saturday evening at 'Fairmont by employees of the Fenton postoffice. Present beside the retiring postmaster and his wife were Kenneth Halverson, acting postmaster, Mrs Halverson who has been a substitute clerk, since Jan. 1955, rural carrier and Mrs S. E. Straley,, Mr and Mrs Donald Steinbergcr, and Mr and Mrs William Hantelman. Mr Steinberger is a substitute rural carrier and Mrs Hantelman is a substitute clerk. A.Small World! Russ, Waller, who handles the Fenton Reporter business for the Upper Des Moines, found out it was a small -world while on a recent trip to California with his three sons to attend the, Roso • Bowl. Enroute to San Diego, Jan. 2, he was flagged down on highway 101 by none other than Wally Smith, former manager of the Fenton bank, who with , Mrs Smith and the. two children were traveling north back to Sacramento after a.week spent with Mrs Smith's father at Phoenix, Ariz. The two groups held a half-hour conversation at the side of the road with the Pacific Ocean on one side and highway 1,01 traffic on the other. Wally says you can spot the new Iow,a license Forest City are parents of a 10 II) 12 oz. son born Dec. 30. He has- been named Timothy John. Mr and Mrs Otlo Wllberg of Ringsted are the maternal grandparents. Mrs Donald Shaw entertained the boys of Den 1 cub pack 90, and their mothers at the December meeting which was a Christmas party. Games were played, gifts exchanged and refreshments served. Mrs W. EL.Laage. and Mrs Dick Jentz furnished cookies and popcorn balls. Attending were Mrs Laage arid Linn, Mrs Jentz and Delon, Mrs Reuben Luedtke and Jon, Mrs Ervin Luedtke- and Leslie and Dianne, Mrs Robert Krause and Bobby, Ricky Shaw and John Shaw. ' » Recent holiday guests in the parental E. J. Frank home, were Mr and Mrs Bob Johansen and family of Minneapolis and "Mr and Mrs Howard Rabey and' -family of Cedar Falls. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske were last Saturday visitors in the Ervin Olson home at Spencer. Mrs Paul Zumach was hostess to the Depew Fellowship circle in her home Thursday afternoon. The program included the lesson by Mrs B. G. Berkeland, devotions by Mrs Ervin Ruhnke and, a vocal duet by Mrs Ernest Berkland and Mrs B. G. Berkeland. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell were Sunday dinner guests in the Duane Habeger home at.Burtl Mrs Paul Vqigt and Mrs Ervin Schmeling .were hostesses to the FaifVille 'La Aid Thursday ; ~ - ., _ j i.:i« *v,« rsiuvuie jjauies xviu. -Liiiua plates a mile away, and wluje the afternoon j th , absence , color may not match any cars it Coming Events Friday, Jan. 16 — Fenion Homemakers. at ,1:30 p.m. Monday, Jan.. it> ~ Community Club; Sentral P.T.A Radigs, Priebes Back From c Rose Bowl Trip Lone Rock — Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig returned home early Monday morning after a two week's visit in California. They visited aunts of, Mr Radig, Mrs Wm. Radig, Mrs Hudcl Hempel, Mrs Martha Wild and Miss Helen Radig and Mr a,nd Mrs Earl Vas- Binder all of Pasadena, Cal. In San Bernardino they visited Mrs Matilda" Kressin at El Monte, the George Hannas at Gardenia and other friends and relatives there. They also spent one day deep sea fishing, attended the Iowa picnic which was held at Brookside Park 1 , the Rose parade and football;game, and visited in Old Mexico. , , Mr and Mrs Mervin Priebe of Fenton accompanied them and they visited at the Thomas Goeders in Pasadena. ; P.T.A. Meets Jan. 19 • •*. P.T.A. will meet Monday evening, Jan. '19, at 8:00' at Vthe high school building. Guest speaker will be Dr. Smith of Gilmore City,,who will speak on Cancer. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer entertained their 500 . club last Thursday evening. High prizes .went to Mr and Mrs Toni Brown, low- to Mrs Lloyd Suride and Larry Alt. Travel to ; Herbert Krause. "•• '' •' ; Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer were guests • 'Sunday;evening at the Efriest Hutchinsons in . honor of 'their*'20tHvwedding anniversary. .' '.•.--» J^ •-' *••»*•••••'••»•._ *•_ ,-t~t .:.__!._._ — A. sure has good visibility for ex- residents. The Smiths were tanned, looked well fed, sent greetings to old friends and were very interested in hearing all the news from home and a subscription renewal was in'order right on the highway. , Series Of Sermons Rev. Harvey Walker, pastor ol (the Methodist church in Fenton, is presenting a series of 14 sermons on the Apostles Creed. Topic ,-of this past Sunday's-sermon wa.s - 'God the Father. Almighty. 1 The .Concluding sermon will be on the Sunday after Easter with the topic The Life Everlasting.' James Gardner Of Swea City Weds Dec. 27 Swea City — Carole Johnston of Zearing and James B. Gardner of Swea City were uhlted ih marriage in a double-ring ceremony December 27' in the Evangelical United Brethren Church at Zearing by Rev. Donald D, Eller.. Eleanor Eley of Zearing was organist and'accompanied Marjory Gugisburg, Ringsted, soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose as her wedding gown a miramist silk trimmed with montifs, with Dior lined bod- ice'sty led with a sabrina neckline tippliqued With lace medallions, long sleeves tapered to a deep bridal point 'over the wrists, a lull circular skirt fashioned with lace motifs extended into a graceful sweep. Her veil of imported silk illusion fell from a. silk shell embroidered in pearls, Her jewelry was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. She carried a cascade bouquet of red sweetheart, roses and white carnations with a glimpse of ivy. Maid of honor was Hilda J, Johnson, sister/of the bride. Kay Keigan, niece of the bride, was bridesmaid. Donald Gardner, brother of the bridegroom, was best man, with Darrell Qpnway as groomsman. The ushers were Bob Gardner, brother of the groom, & John Peterson. Tim.Gardner, brother of the groom, carried the rings. • Pancakes For Dads The Fenton ' Progressors 4-H ' "club entertained their dads at a .pancake and sausage supper held at the Fenton Community Hall "Jan. 7. After the supper the 1 regular business meeting was •held. Kent Thompson became a new member. Record book material was passed out and project csti- • mate sheets were figured. There were 25 in attendance. j* ' Mr and Mrs Dave Newell and /children of Mason City and Al- >'fred Meyers of Algona were Sun~ day dinner guests in >the L. J. Weisbrod home. • Glenda'Kae, infant daughter of .-*Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt, was fbaptized -Sunday Jan. 11 at St. pastor, Rev. A. C. Krueger. Mrs Ervin Frink was in charge,of-the devotional "period. Mrs Carl Beck led the topic discussion. Mr and Mis Franklin Mueller and boys were . Sunday dinner guests in the Art Mueller "home. The American Legion Auxiliary met-in the home _of .Mrs S, E. Straley Friday afternoon,. Jan. 9th." Members volunteered their services to call on the^people in Fenton for contributions to the March of Dimes. The February meeting will be held -in. the home of Mrs Donald Steinberger. St. John's. Ladies Aid Society met Wednesday, Jan. 7th "with hostesses,' Mrs Alvin Thompson, Mrs Victor Struecker and Mrs John, Waite. Rev. W. H. Friedrich led the topic lesson,. .The business meeting was conducted by the president and the aid booklets were given to the members present. The Fenion makers will Township Home meet this Friday, John's H. Lutheran Friedrich church.. Rev. officiated and . sponsoi's were Mrs Donald Morrow of Des Moiiies and Kenneth * Johnson, Dinner- guests in the , -T/audt home ih honor of the oc- iftcaston were-Mr.and Mrs. Morrow 'of Des Moines, Mr and Mre Ken- j\rieth Johnson and family and Mr ' Mrs E, K. Johnson. ,' Dorothy Circle of the WSCS 'jnet Thursday afternoon in the \jjome of Mrs Gerald Gochenour, /•with Mrs W, W, Jojley co-hostess. ' -Art ^Voigtr was 'in charge of ?$eyotions ' and Mrs John Luse Igondueied, tfof , lesson, Mrs Har- talker ""wa's a circle 'guest. and ^r* Lloyd. JCern and aver§, Sunday dinner guests the Willa'rd Men? home. Mr aj^Mw JM>y Sioebe? ,st 'jSwjjlay. afternoon $n% eve ; visitors "in the KassulHe ^&mph,^itio, Kent a>i 'KassuUce, who had th ^taekgr.Jjopoe since . Jan. 16, in the home of Mrs Victor Dreyer with Mrs Lloyd Berkland assisting hostess. • The meeting will begin at 1:30. Members .should note that this is earlier than the usual hour. A lesson will be presented' on Vegetable Cookery. The Senlral PTA will meei Monday evening, Jan. 19th at the school building. President Del mar Fischer has announced thai Dr. Smith of Gilmore City will be the guest speaker. A film on cancer will be shown. Members of the local MYF wen x> Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon to conduct a service for the people at Friendship Haven Home The service -was conducted a 4;45, and following this the young people were supper guests at the home-. The* services will be held in the West building. Last year a.similiar service was conducted at the home, this being held in the East building. • : • Mr > arid Mrs 'C, D. Huber of Fairmont were Sunday dinner guests In the Raymond Stoeber home. ' My and Mrs Gerald Gochenour and boys' were weekend guests in the £iloyd Goche,nour home at, Gilmore' City. 'Mr and Mrs John Carroll and Mr an4 Mrs Harlan Askeland and family of Estherville were Sunday dinner and supper guests in /s \Pay;r returned home and Mrs Leslie Baxter at- 'tended:'a birthday ••party in Algona Saturday evening of Mrs Andrew Hans. • ; ' Mr and Mrs Wayne Meyer of Algona were dinner guests Sunday at the Arden Hoveys. Mrs Ronald Christenson and daughter, Jean Beth of Belgrade, Minn, called on Mrs Roger 'Jert- sen Monday morning. Mr and' Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl and family called Sunday afternoon in West Bend at the Wm. Bell home.. In tlie. evening they visited the Edwin Luedtkes. Mr and Mrs George Alke and family, Mr and Mrs Bud Alice and family, Mr and Mrs Leb Michaelson and family,. Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig- visited 'Friday evening at the Louis. Seegebarths. Happy Homemakers entertained their husbands Friday evening with a party' at the Milfred Mitchell home. .Attending were the Harold Holmgrens, Lawrence Dittmers and Margaret, A. D. Newbroughs, Lawrence New- broughs,' Andrew Thomsens, Herman Kramers and Henry Sch- roeders. Dr. and Mrs Ellsworth Sampson and family of Minneapolis, were dinner guests on Friday at the~Milfred Mitchell home. Fenton Township Homemakers Club will'meet Friday afternoon Jan. 16th, at the Victor Dreyer home with Mrs Lloyd Berklanc assisting hostess. The meeting will begin at 1:30 and-will be on "Vegetable Cookery." Mr-A. A. Krueger attended a Presbyterian meeting at Ames last Wednesday.' Mr Krueger is an elder and was representing A recep'tion followed , in the church parlors. Mrs Melvin Keigan cut the cake, Mrs Gene Bohner poured, Mrs W. C. Eley was dining room hostess and waitresses were Joyce Mahin, Joan Robinson, Mrs Adrian Heintz and Mrs Duane Kolbe. Marilyn Johnston was in charge of the guest book. At the gift table, were Donna Oldenburg,' Dorothy Cochran, Mrs Jim Graven, and Carolyn Fausch. ' \ ' The bride\ is a junior at Iowa State Teachers College, majoring in music! She, is a member of the Phi Sigma Phi social sorority. The bridegroom graduated "from Iowa State -Teachers College and is now teaching in the Ruthven public school where the couple will make their home having returned from a few days at St. Louis, Mo. Connie, Opsal Elected Cotlnie Qus'al was .'elected president of the Immanuel .Luther League at the last meeting in .December. The retiring president is Alan Ciaussen. Other officers elected are: vicei president, Gary Worth-, ington; Secretary,», Carmen Larsen; treasurer, Dale-Farland; de- .votional secretary, Beverly Thor- lon. The theme for this year's services is "Follow Me", based upon he 12 Apostles. Johnson and children bought the home of the late Mrs Margaret Baker. Mr Johnson is a trucker. Mr and Mrs Albert Weaver of Lakota called,'at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Sanftnef Sunday. Mr and Mrs Allen Looft and Mr and Mrs'Warren Dewald called on some of»their sick friends in the Holy Family hospital Friday evening. , Mr and .Mrs Oscar Peterson were guests Sunday of *Mr and Mrs T. A. Gabby of Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Bruce Gabby and baby were also there. Mrs Bruce Gabby,and baby will stay at the home of Bruce's parents for a fe'w days. Mr and Mrs Elvin Stroup and children of Estherville were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs War- 'ren DeWald. Mr and Mrs James Preston and children and' Maribel Mino were SundSy. guests of Rev. and Mrs S. H. Hammer, ~ Mr and Mrs Jim Preston and children and Mr and Mrs Leonard Mino, Nancy and Evelyn were callers vat. the Donald' Mino home Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Carroll Helmke, Vicky and Kathleen of Renwick were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Junior Helmke and family. , St. Ann's circle met Monday evening with Mrs Wayne Christensin. Mrs Kenneth Kollasch was co-hostess. Mr and Mrs Harvey, Hubbard and Billie were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Emmet Hoyt 'at "Ventura. • l , Mr and Mrs Truman Johnson; called at the home of Mr arid Mrs Beryl Bromley, at Fairmont, Minn. Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs D, A. Housier of Forest City and Mrs Bertha Chollett of Thompson were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs John Bat- tmv - * A Special nieeitog* Of thejeongregatiou of ,the St. Paul's, Lutheran Church was held Thursday evening,, Jan. 8. The purpose of the tteetihg tyas to call, a pastor to succeed Rev. George Palleseh Who has accepted a call to fctalr* Neb, April 1 Nine ministers were considered and.-'a letter of call will.be placed for Rev, Paul,Kloih who is now ah assistant minister at, Inglewood, Calif. He Is the sow of Rev. C. F. Kloth .who was pastor of the St. .Paul's .Church in the ( 30s. . , ton, Engagement Announced Mr and. Mrs Paul 'Apka announce the engagement of their daughter, Saundra Jean Apka, Lakota, to Richard Westcott, Whittier, California, formerly of Ledyard. No wedding date has been set. • Vester Batton of Thompson spent Monday evening at the Jofin Batton home. Mr and Mrs John Batton were Friday guests of Mr and Mrs Wayne Draper of Knierim. • Mr and Mrs Lester Johnson of Algona called at the home of Mr and Mrs 'Truman Johnson Sunday. ' Immanuel Lutheran church observed Universal Week of Prayer with three special services. Mrs" Harold Miller, -'Manspn, was guest speaker at the Mission Aid meeting' at - the Immanuel Lutheran church' Friday". Pastor Leroy Pillman gave a series of Bible Studies on the book of Ephesians. .' , . '' • , . ,. A pre-New gear's supper was held at the Andrew Anderson home. I. Those . attending "were Mr ,and Mrs. Otto Englebarts of Lakota, Mr',and'Mrs'Silas Johnson arid Mr and Mrs Rudy Haack and' Barbara. Guests Sunday at the Rudy •laack home were Mr and Mrs Les Denton and family, and Mr and Mrs Jerome Denton and daughter. Les Denton entered Holy Fam- ,ly hospital Sunday where he underwent (major surgery Monday morning. Sheldon Meml, brother-' n-law of Mr Denton, submitted ;o surgery the same morning at Rochester. Mrs Ole Kvamsdale fell.in her tiome Dec. 29. She broke the .arge bone in her right' arm. It is now in a cast and she is getting along fine. Swea Girl Will Wed Illinois Man In Summer, Swea *fe Eagle — Mr and Mrs Roy E. Anderson- announce the engagement of their daughter, Margaret to Keith Riedesel, son of Mr and .Mrs H. A. Reidesel, Rockfdrd, 111., Miss Anderson i a 1956 -graduate - of Gustavug 'Adolphus College and is now teaching in Rockford. Riedesel is a graduate of Michigan State University. He is now employed at the First National Bank in, Hockford. A summer wedding is .planned. , Mr and Mrs Orville Ram'se and ] children, Arnold and Caren, left Dec. 26 for a vacation trip'south as far as Corpus Christi, Texas. They returned January 4. s ' : Swea Homeroakers will meet Tuesday Jan, 20 at 1 o'clock p.m. at the home of Mrs Harold V> Jones. Lesson will be given by Mrs Ralph Chantrill and Mrs Harold V. Jones. Mr and Mrs John W.' Thompson and children Lynn and Greg returned home last week Thursday- after a three week's visit at the home of her mother,-Mrs Wm. Brown, .Moultrie, Ga. , , >' Mr and Mrs Francis Torine and Mr and Mrs Sid Ellefson, Swer; City, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Lloyd- Jensick, Spirit Lake. vicinity Friday, were Mesdames the Lone meeting. Rock church at the Steinberger home, Mr and Mrs M. P. Nemiia air an antique gun- collection at Shakopee, Minn. Sunday. Mjr end Mrs < Kenneth son, Merle snd Barbara Sunday guests . Lee 'hprne at - were CarV Morttuw were , W> the- Hans M^oi'tensen rt Fairmont, 4rs Henry Wilberg and , .„ . ..,, „. Sunday visitors jn the Rueb.gn, Larson home at Arm $&$&$%$*}•<&W '•">' • • i and'M*8 Paq! Mork 0 J 2 Fenton Ladies injured In Falls On Stairs Two Fenton women are up and abo_ut after suffering falls on Stan's,-"'••>':;'/.::'' : --'\,Vv-' ; ^--'. •.; /:*'•-.':' Mrs Jack Gerhart of • rural Fenton missed the tqp step of- a flight of stairs inside the Methodist church after services Sunday. X-rays revealed-a crack in the lowest bone of the spine. She is the mother of -three boys, aged seven, five and one, , ^ iMfs D. £r. Koeppel, wife oi the Sentral. superintendent, still ha? her right knee bqndaged qft a, fall pec. Ig. . Mrs Kotppe},-' who works as offjpe secretary in the Fenton school, fell down two steps at the sputh entrance. Hev knee hit the edge of a metal mat, eight switches,closed the gash. ' • Even though the knee was in a cast' for 10 days she managed to complete her Christmas shopping, - *j didn't miss 4 4#y pf work," she said. Mrs Mervin Johnson entertained some of the young married ladies of this Those present James £reston, Larry Peters and Darla, Dick Waterburg, Art Larson and Debra, Wayne Jorgenson and Sonja, Allen Johnson, Peggy and Kirn, Bob Geerdes, Gordon Jones, Bruce and Valerie, and Mrs Robert'Anderson and Paul. Bob Gardner and Beverly Larson presented a dance at the Egg Auction at the VFW Auditorium Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Selmer Uhr returned Friday from a four week visit with relatives. Before taking the trip, Claudia Peterson of Minneapolis spent the weekend with the Uhrs. They took.. her back to her school and visited with Mr and Mrs George Harrison of St. Paul before; returning home Mr and Mrs Roy Valvick and Irving attended the funeral -of Richard Kuchenreuther at Rolfe Friday. •Twenty ladies, neighbors of Mrs Everett Johnson, had a welcoming party for her at her home Thursday afternoon..Mr and Mrs UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Buys New Bull L .H. Se'egebarth, Lone Rock, .recently purchased the registered Brown Swiss bull Meri Dar's B. J. Jake, 1.29823, from John J. Liska, 'Forest 'City, Iowa, according to • a report from Fred S. Idtse, Secretary of the Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders' Association,'. B'eloit, Wis. Plum Creek Boys Plum Creek Boys 4-H met at the Center* School with a pot luck -supper and -with 20 members present and their parents. New record- Books were passed out and the fathers. helped on the feed budget. OFFICE SUPPLIES—Business forms, office < furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at the "Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL ' ' ' ' L • Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerq|$ May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phpne FiNTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 GOLD WEATHER HEATING PROBLEM? .•., _ • •" •_ ••••• •••':'•, • • . _ t - ;^ Solving Them Is Our Business. 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