The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1959 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1959
Page 12
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ill Don Steinberger, 36, Dies * ( * 4 Pneumonia Is 4-Alg6na (la.) Upper De» Molnes Thursday, April 3 Win Hams Feriten — Three of the 10 called lor free hams in Fen- «m, last Friday evening, were present and received ihesr prizes. The fortunate trio included Fred Haack r Carl Mortensen and Mrs Dean Cannon. , Also called, but not present at the time, were Roy Mueller, Arno Juhl, Walter „ Wegoner,,Mrs Elmer Krause, Barbara!' Halverson, Kerdn Schwarzcnbach and Gerald ' Cody. More free hams are offered thlfc j Friday night. HI . ( Henry Tioman^vas taken to the St. Ann hospital at Algona Sunday 'evening and was released Thursday, He is at the home of his daughter,. Mrs Art Tietz. Mrs Tietnan is staying there with him. sary. Fatrville Ladlet Aid were invited to attend a guest day a) the Lutheran church in Emmetsburg Thursday afternoon. Those attending from here were Mes- daines Ed Priebe, E. K. Johnson, Ed Bruhn, Lloyd fierkland, Paul Voigt, Walt Pertl, Martin Han- tolman and Mrs Siems. Mr and Mr« Erving Davtdser. of Charles City were last weekend guests at the Morris Mitchell home. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell were Sunday dinner guests at the Richard Underwood home. Cindy Norrii entertained girl.t of her class at a party in her home" Friday evening after school, The occasion being her sixth birthday* Those present were Debbie ZUmach, Ann Krause. Susan Luedlke, Beth Ann Fye, Christy Lura, Kathy Mortonsen, Laura Douglas, Rosanna House* holder, Connie Mueller, "Evelyn Bierstedt and Patricia Huskamp. Mr* - Amanda Kern, M? and Mrs Art'Mueller and Mr and Mwi Franklin Mueller and boys were Friday evebing" guests in the Lloyd Kern home in honor oi Jody's- third birthday anniver- y SAVE SSS ON BALER TWINE FOR '59 25*c A BALE OFF ON ALL tWINE BOOKED BY [APRIL 18 FOR DELIVERY,BY MAY 10. WE HANDLE HI-TEST, NEW, HOLLAND, TRUST-TIGHT, COLONIAL artd SPEEDY DON'T WAIT.- TIME IS'FLYING LOOK TO OUR pWNiHARDWARE FOR LAVVN: AND dARDEN^SUPPLIES '<• '' '*.> *-<\v * --i,> LAWN RAKE Spring steel broom rake. Gets all the leaves on %, first ,swipe for quick easy lawn HARDWARE Fatal; Rites On Wednesday Fentcn —' One of Fenton'n young and prominent business men. a member of the town council, Donald Steinberger, 36, died Sunday evening at <St, Ann hospital in Algona, as the result of a quick-acting virus pneumonia. tfhe sudden death of Donald was a shock to" the entire community, His death i$ the third in tho young businessman group within a short period of time. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon* April 8, at 2 p,tn, at the Fenton Methodist church with ftev. Harvey Walker officiating. Mrs A.rnold Hansen was organist and Robert Norris, soloist, , Pallbeat'ers were Eugene Mansager, Don Gross, Rex Swanson of Whittemore, Hartley Aust of Armstrong, Marlyn Hardt of Swek City, and Lawrence Ed- Wards df Emmetsburg. Burial • wasij- in the Fenton Methodist cemetery. Helped Fight Fire Don was'up and around Saturday, including helping to fight a grass fire about noon that day. He had a slight cold and. sore throat, however, but until^he felt much , Worse Saturday eyening,' said-little about it'.' Early Sunday morning Mrs Steinberger 'took him tb St. Ann hospital, and a specialist was-called from Fort Dodge. Death, was-attributed to a quick-acting pneumonia. Don ,was born on a farm north of Armstrong, Sept.'22, ,1922, a son of Mr and 'Mrs Charles,Steinberger. He, attended cbuntry school and when, 'J the family moved to a farm near Swea City attended high .school ithe're, but did not then graduate. He went to work for, th,e r Central''States Electric at "'Armstrong, now tho Iowa Electric Light & Power Co. ,. When World Wai<-2 eairie; Doii entered the-army- inr 3 1942; and served with ," the> 2nd, Armored Division, "seeing action in 'Africa, Sicily and Italy, then taking part in the Normandy invasion. Following 'service he/fihished high school in Minneapolis and also graduated - from a course in radio service and repair. He then worked at Mankato, Minn and in Algona, where he was employed by the Weidenhoff Co Began Own Business Deciding to go into'business foi. himself, he built.the Phillips 63 Station in Fenton, and at the time of-his death, was operating Don':Service Co, He' had served on the Fenton park board, and was elected tu the town council on which he was currently serving. He was a member of the American Legion, V.T.W.; the Methodist church, and the Fenton'Community Club. He also had been serving as & substitute rural mail carrier at Fenton. • - < f, , In 1942 he was. married to Layon Askeland of Armstrong, who with three'sons, Marlin, 13, Roger; 11-, and,'Jimmy, 5, survive. His mother in Blue Earth, a brother Cliff in Armstrong,' and his grandmother, Mrs Emily Danielson of Armstrong, also survive. v The community's sympathy and also that of a host Of> friends in the general area, is extended to the family" 1 in its bereavement. Other young .Fonton businessmen who have -succumbed only recently are Lyle Weisbrod, 37, who died last July, pnd Howard Schulte, 34, who passed away in November. Guests of Mrs Martha Mueller 'Sunday afternoon -helping her observe her 80th birthday anniversary were Mr and Mrs Art Mueller, Mr and Mrs Roy Mueller and family, Mr and Mrs Harvey Henriksen' and family, Mr and Mrs Bennie Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and "family, Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell- and family and Mi and Mrs LJoyd Kern and family, The guests brought and served the afternoon lunch. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn left this week for Albuquerque, New Mexico, where they will visit Mr and Mrs .Joe The ladies are sisters, Mr and Mrs Ervin Olson and family, Mrs George Husman, and Lillian Olson of * Spencer were- Sunday '-dinner guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs Ruske Mr and .Mrs S, E. Straley, Rev, and,Mrs F. C. Pruel 'and Judy Joliey were Sunday guests at the Qliver Stober home in Peterson in honor of Susan's confirmation. Those from Fenton attending the, Algona District of Woman's SQwety, ,a.t, f j}elmont Thursday »'<jre ,Mesd£urt$s Dale Weisbrod, Avt Voigt, Havyey Walker, Frank McFall, Lyle Newel, Ewsen ^ Wilfred Staeber, Car taM Pigs Huskamp. Mrs W, B. gqhmidk» o { Morristown were weekend guests at the "William Hantelman been Selected to - attend i ' Qirk State to Falls, June 14 through « ,A -member &t the at Serttral High she Is the" ler of Mf &hd' Mrs Eiftfef ttafi« Isch, whose address Carol is editor of the idhodl . denioristfat,i&it , ,. Funerals May B With Confidence Phent < Mf and Mrs HUbetf of Mankato^were Sunday afiii guests of Mr and Mrs fid <B$ Mf and Mrs Patil £I01M; Judy spent Saturday and in the Bwald KoMWeS Austin, Minn, _ ,*..-,», Mf and Mrs Art Krul* family of Ringsted and Mr <a Mrs Eldon Lee and, Marilyii'M Estherville were'Sunday vi in the Fred Fesseler home, > Pick Delegates From Seniral To Girls State paper, and participates ift a hUm- her of the school aetivitlefi.', Shfe' is pfesident of h6i» 4-H ciab.'the Seneca Stats, f his 1 bast ybai? Ihe ,was t>n -the 4*H. den team Which wdn blue Algona and Spencer, Country ance at th6 Federated vW6fiafi's^6Ms7hI Saturday at Titonka'were,?"" darries warren Jones, JarVfcs pse, Kenneth Johnson,'-Jack' ' •--••- waite/ "Carpi Hanisch *.," V '* ,' * . : ' Fenton — Carol Hanisch Susan Hantelman '- ,, 'Carol ^,an. active member of the Methodistidtttrch.K - < ' , T. ' 1 Selected, as-'alternate to'attend GM's State, .was SUsan {Hantelman, daughter ofvMr atidiMrs Wnv Hantelman 'of ^enton^ Susan is active in -..'both'"vocal ' and instrumental imUsicV at ^Sehtral High, and is serving-on the staff of the school paper. ,, •• *• ., ., V 'Susan is an active member of St. John's Lutheran ^ church in Fenton. She is-a^member o^f- choir, ( a Sunday, SbhOol t'eadher, and is president-of the -Walther League. > v . ' i> • « PABNTBNG PROBLEM! spatter unsightly "run mar painted surfaces . 10 mess LUMBER CO. »• •? < . • t FENTQty ,IOWA .- " ' '' -t FENTON BUSINESS qnd PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY I <;\ FENTON,, I^V, , ; , ,GERALD VOIGT TH1 1 IFRlilNDLY: TAVERN - fc '? i A'. »*.' !••••• "rw 't*"<*>i *; WEISBROD , > JOHN'D|fB6i\NEW IDEA ^nd^Hri^lPMlNT Bos. Phone 1 Res. Phone 60 For ,V Dr^E^Wi J,, •', " PiNTIST ;>V', P»«e«, p h?n» 79 V- „ * Residence 25 • / fy$W, l?»W«l , tews STATEMENT OF CONDITION I- V,*' FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS Banking HoUse, Furniture ' and;-F!^iJres ! "__l!:f ^rif .'-;«?* * 1 "'*' l! t! BA "'' t »'iV'O'6ftA*ft^' "* f '*''' '* s ^ r *- y '/* v '*" w ' v ^' < ' 1 ' / '-' <-*•*''"'"'*•'V >«• *•-,*' -yf^tf-ift", ,"*'< '.'''I"*?,' s •*! • *' w'-- - ' rv f-'^'-^Vft^^^. *S""i~"h"^H~* ... , / .u;vy^^.^f~^r-^ , ^ ;^> i ^, *jr\jj, ^- -.|4 ^ , Total Assets ( __^^__> T> .f3l5q9,95.V.831^,*-. Total liabiiitje%^jL*.^-$3,509,9^83 ,', John FJ < C. I. Smith, •?, t l, Presidentf -, H iv * T M.'3Anderberg^ Director ,'» '^' . ~ * f ' , Andrew 1 *Johnson: Director*"' " _, Leo "E.^Fiizgibbons,' VicejPresident' ... Andrew'\Johnson, DirectorV $ fF. & Manor,- CaShiexfs j0 ;jf '^C*''. '.'"/ -V. Frank-t Jf S^i^er, pje'c^t J Rita Weis, 'Asst. Cashier "''.-„ , ' ' Gerald Voigt. O£fic'i^gr?^> * ,. '> •*" •' -<* r.^^ 1 . 1,-lt-^f? • ,-!•„..,] ,9 'H., ( ',»-tj V • , - 1 >.V--'«{** 3 >'C 'i 46-"%v. \ii vr r<, 'It 'V «T V-U "-.? ?i" •> t i- ^,n ut J ,V ^ ,rf ,,, Mnr-v% -I LAUN i. ,'" *. V '('

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