The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1959 · Page 13
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'?0 ; f ubliihlhfl Co., bwd ..*:• 3 ane s . t Jane Ruger, rural Fentoft, last f , week, Wednesday night wai an-* nounced valedictorian of the Sentral high school graduating class; t Her average was S.84 on a f out i point system. * ., The hip find,tuck face lot «al- titatorian Cached 'the finish line % " With StiSfeK Br^est, -rU*al'Ban- | .erdft aheiaW'-a- hundredth of & | point, Her average is 3.72. .Close f > .behind her* Was , Janice . Behne. | Fehtqh, with 3. 1 ?!., 4 " * & ' TM % *two' - top; students were a - Janice'Behne was Otftyjf thej-anks of refcbgniied'as .near __,, Susan Bre@$£, Behne Top Sentral jjo-saltitatoriaft.* ^ j Sentral school authorities had planned to announce , valedictorian and saltitatdriaii" last '-week Wednesday, but the closeness oi the scholastic race ftfompted them to hoidLoif until .Wednesday'iiight at comJneneerheht exercises- Miss 'Rtiger plaWto attend Luther college, Miss -Breese, Mankato comrne»eial : college, and Miss Behne j% Kahlef hospital in R'ochesten ' r *>'- \ It -was estimated lhal more than 1,000 attended 'the .estercises in 'the Sentral auditorium, Fenton Pioneer Dies Monday , Ben' Mitchell, 91, •Fenton area pioneer, died early Monday morning in his home here. He had .been in poor health the past year. He had returned'- home • from the Estherville hospital late last •Week. Mr 'Mitchell was born Aug. 29, 4867-in Hole, Norway. He caVne to this county in 1887 and in November, 1890 married -Martine Petrea'Berkland at Pontiac '111. She preceded him in death last October. She was 89. The two .traveled to Emmetsburg from Illinois in ,a to'ox car then by lumber wagon in February, .carrying their three- month old daughter, to the Fenton area. , They farmed Until about 80 years ago when they retired and moved into their home here. Survivors'include seven children, 18 grandchildren, 41 great- grandchildren and lour great-great-grandchildren. t Children are Mrs Ole Pederson, rural Fenton; Mrs Martin Olson, Armstrong; Morris, rural Cylin-* der; ' Albert, Fenton; Melfrcd. rural Lone Rock; Edward,' rufal Ringsted, and , Mrs John Micklick, North wood. (Funeral services • were, held at 2. p.m. Wednesday at St. John's LutheTan church in Depew, the Rev. Oliver Johnson officiating. Thomas Funeral Chapel of Fenton was in charge of arrangements. Pallbeai'ers were Curtis Olson, ErneM Berkland, An Berkland, B. G. Berkeland, Oscar Solberg and Ernest Oskvig. Wofnan's Club Installs The Town & Country Woman's Club «iet Tuesday evening, May 19, in the home of Mrs Lyie Newel for a potluck supper for the last meeting of the year, v Mrs Ted Jensen and Mrs Eugene Mansager had charge of the program on Art -.,,*» Mrs Wm. Hantelman-Installed the officers for the coming 'year; Mrs Kenneth Johnson; president 4 , Mrs Warren Jones, vice president], MrS Jack; 'GerharV feifcordirtg secretary; Mrs Haflan JBimers, corresponding secretary? 'Mrs, Dale Weisbrod,, historian; Mrs GSlattsnce 'Yager, me treasurer,'w.as absent. The new president declared fti& mefeting adjourned. , Coffee v*as served by the hostesses, .Mrs Lyle tfewel and Mrs Harlan Elmers. • , and Mrs Gordon Strueckef and family, Mr Nom»n' iStroeeker and girls all of West Bend. Mrs fitttfha Struecker, -Janice » and Paul, Mr and Mrs Clarence Struecker and family all of .Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Willis Slru- ecker and family of -Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Ervin Gattoiruand family of, Algona, Lowell = Bits- borough of Titonka, Beverly Wehrspann and Glen Struebker, Kill Canada Thistle roots and all... AMINO TRIAZOLE WEEDKILLER . .-.-,<». Cyanamld _Amino JTria>' *" zole kills Canada thistle, b -roots and all. Mixes easily with water. For overall or spot treatment. Apply with power or hand sprayer. Available in lib., ,4 lb., and 24 lb; packages. Mr and Mrs Roelf Millor were Monday evening visitors at the home of Mrs Heiko Addams at Buffalo Center. Mrs Elsa Hughes returned • 16 her home at Thompson Saturday after spending two weeks with her-son-in-law and daughter, -Mr and. Mrs Curtis Lura. Mr and Mrs Harry Haasie had as Tuesday guests, Clifford White of, Chicago, his mother, Mrs Pearl White, and his sister, Mrs E. Frank Morgan of Greensboro, North Carolina. Clifford was a house guest of the Haases while visiting former Fenton friends. The trio returned to Chicago on Thursday of ,1381 week. Last weekend guesis at the (Curtis Lura home were Mr arid Mrs Herman Hughes' and family of Fort Dodge. The Verna Circle met Thursday, May 21, at the home of Mrs Ranney. The lesson "was presented by Mrs Frank McFall. Guests .were Mrs Emma Riemers and Mrs Art-Priebe. Mrs Ralph Weis^ brqd will be circle' chairman for the coming year. The circle will be known as the Virginia Circle. Mrs Frank Behne entertained a-group 'of Mends in honor of her daughter Janet's graduation on May 20,.- Among the group were Mr"'and'Mrs V. J. Taturii and Carol and Rev. and Mrs C. C. Callahan, all former residents oi Fenton. . Mr and Mrs Norman Larsen ente.rtain.ed after graduation oi their daughter, Norma Jean, fr K orn Sentral high Wednesday evening: Mr and 'Mrs Lloyd Nelson and World, Fenton Folks Decide! '"*-!'',"' t t v •'.*! r ut Fenloti — Mr and MrSj- B. .J NeWfel of Davenport 1 stopped in Fenton recenty on their way home from & four-week motor trip through the Southwest In California they visited their son John at Travis Air Force Bast and his fiancee, Carol Jones o nearby' Sacramento. They were guests -in Fresno of former Fen ton residents, Mrs Henry J Newel, her son, Dri Clarenct •Newel-and her daughter, Mrs O WrEsslinger;: - - • . Conversation 1 broiight out tha Miss Jones was born at Aiwa tor Calif, population about 4,000. Mr -Henry Newel inquired if sh •iienry INCWGI mquuuu a p» might'have known another form er Fenton resident, Mrs John Klingelhofer. • She had, indeed, for her mother and Mrs Klingelhofer had been very good friends. Her mother, Mrs Clyde Jones, passed away last April 5; ^ Mrs Henry Newel is Aunt Anne to many - F fe t n,,t on residents. Among them are Kossuth Coun- 'ty's '4th district supervisor, Charles Newel; ; John Bailey, and the Mesdames .; ^-Arnold Hansen, Gaylord Johnson, jClayton Diits- Iworth and E;J. Frank. Mrs Klingelhofer, the former Josephine Ranney, is Aunt Phee- •nie to Cecil Bailey of Seneta, Mrs H. Whitlow '.' of Armstrong, and Arlo Ranney and Dr. E. W. Ruske of Fenton.- Dr. Newel and Dr. Ruske roo-med together at. the University,of Iowa.' -Mrs Newel's brother, Tony' Lohse, lives with his daughter, Mrs August Robinson, rural Swea City. Fenton Forwards- LONE ROCK NEWS Mr nnd Mrs Alfred. Schadendorf entertained Mr nnd Mrs Junor Hurlburt in honor of Kathy's Oth birthday Friday. Janelle Newbrouch was an overnight finest of Knlhy's Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrpugh ./ere Sundny guests in the Law- •ence Newbrough home. Arnold, Elln, nnd Louise Lieb visited Sunday in the Martha Kin?, home nt LuVerne. Mr nnd Mrs Donald Gross of Fenton visited Sunday in the H. A. Holmgren home. Mr and Mrs Ed Larson of Hurt were Saturday visitors in the Harvey Larson home. Mrs Willis Cotton entertaineci Bern tee Jensen,-Esther Jensei nnd Beuluh Lee in honor of Mr;, Homninc Prie.be's birthday Monday. *!•• Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton were Sunday evening guests in the R. E, Morgan home nenr Algona. Maurice and Dennis Flaifi visited during the weekend in the rome of their mother, Mrs Mary Flaig. Mrs Pauline Flaig was n Sundny guest in the Frank Flaig home. Mrs Mary Oenrich und Florence Ynger visited Sunday in the Clarence Wells and the John Hauck homes at Livermorc. Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstcdt entertained relative's nnd friends Weuiu'Hclay evening ' following commencement exercises honor- ng their dnughtcr Janice's Graduation. Mr and Mrs Darryl Householder visited Sunday in the Ellwyn Householder home ut Algona. The Jo Ella circle of the Presbyterian church met in the Bernard Miller home, with Mrs Frank Flaig assisting hostess. Mrs Ed Blanchard presented the lesson and Jo Ella Miller had devotions. The Vacation Bible School of the Lone Rock Presbyterian Church will open June 1, nnd will continue till June 5. closing Saturday with n picnic. Mrs Bernard Miller, Mrs E. A. Lee, Mrs Art Pricbe, Mrs Wendell Stevens, Susan Montgomery, Marilyn Bollinger, Murie Nordine and Nancy Fibchcr teaching. Mr and Mrs Nordine will also be helping. The Emma Circle pf the Presbyterian church met in the home of Angus Cotton with Mrs Kenneth Jackson assisting. Mrs Em- The Fenton Forwards met' at the home of Roxy Voight Monday nl'ght. Jeanette Wichteridahl ,a,nd Carol Bellinger are delegatesj^oi :-H Camp. Jeanette WichtGn- napp, Mr and'.Mrs Merean Larsen, Mrs Olga Huskamp, Mr and Mrs August Hansen and family, Mr and Mrs Adolp'h Hansen, Mr nd, Mrs Cecil; Langerman and amily, Mrs Ella Nelson, Mr Roy Homann, Mr and Mrs Eugene Huskamp and Trudy, Mr and Mrs Norman Nelson and family of Jlingsted, 'Mrs Jennie Jensen, Mr Go-Op Elevator FENTON, IOWA W/SJMM&&/wy/*/W/sss////// r /^ As I have decided to quit the dairy business I will sell my complete herd of high grade Holsiein and Guernsey cattle- on J 3 vention. Two mothers, Mrs E> Wichten- ihl and Mrs L. Seegebarth wf re isitors. Lunch was 'served he hostesses. ' i at the Emmelsburg Sale Barn's regular weekly sale now starting at 7:30 p.m. Your inspection of thia,,herd previous to this sale, is invited at my farm located two miles north of Fenton, Iowa, on highway 44. 20 Head Of High Grade Dairy Cattle 1 Holstein cow fresh with third calf in Feb.; V ' Holstein cow fresh with second calf in Feb.; 1 Holstein cow fresh by sale date with 4th calf; 1 Guernsey cow fresh with 2nd; calf in Feb.; 2 Guernsey cows fresh with 3rd calf in Feb.; 1 Guernsey heifer coming with first calf around June 15; 1 Guernsey cow to freshen by June 2$ with 3rd calf; 4 Guernsey cows to fresnen by Sept, 1. Milking now coming Ayjth 2,nd calf; .1 Guernsey cow to freshen l^y Oct. I,/ Milking now coming with 3rd'; «alf| 1 Guernsey cpw freshened in April witr? 4th calf; 1 Quernsey cow freshened in March with 2nd calf; 1 Jersey cow fresji in Feb. with 3rd calf? 2 Guernsey heifer calves 8 weeks old; 2 Guernsey heifer calves 6 months old, calfhood vaccinated, THE ABPVB cows ARE BANGS TESTEP AND HAV£ BEEN CALFHQPD VACCINATED. THIS HERD ON D.H.I.A, TEST, AVERAGE HERD TESjT OF 5. AVERAGE «ERD fJUTTBRFAT - • . ^ ' nn Snxton presented the k> Mr and Mrs Wm. Marlow visited Sundny in the home of Mr nnd Mrs P. W. Mnrlow at Burl. Mr and Mrs Marvin Ktieck en- terlnincd several guests Wednesday evening honoring their dnughtcr Karen's graduation. Mr nnd Mrs Lnwrcnce Geltzen- entertnlned several guests honoring their daughter, Kny's graduation. Mr nnd Mrs Leo Schmidt are visiting relatives over the weekend in Wntcrtown, Wise. Mr nnd Mrs Gernld Hrtdipt were guests Sundny in the Bud Alke home In Bancroft. Mr nnd Mrs Frank Dreyer en- lertnined severnl guests Wednesday evening'nftc'r commencement honoring David's grnduaUpn. Mr and Mrs Donald Rndig were Sundny guests in the John Sehnl- lin home. Mrs Emmu Hurlburt. and Rtieh- onl visited Sunday afternoon In the Margret Lynch home, Mr nnd Mrs Emil Person and Mr und Mrs Ray Smith of Wesle.v visited Sunday in Che home .of vir nnd Mrs Carlos Engolby of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Clnir Bollinger on- tertaincd 25 guests Wednc? evening honoring the grndunlion of the dnufihter, Mnrilyn. Mrs Emmn tlurlburl nnd Rh'ls ntlended the graduation of Marilyn Bollinger. Mr find Mrs E. A, Lee and family und Mr and Mrs Alfred Krue- .f;er visaed ivlnlives Sundny in Grant City, Mo. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard Ihursdoy, May 28, nnd family nitended vier-t. f>f tholr nephew, l.i i rv Fnti*;. • Th<- Boichntdl Reunion was held m East Chain, Minn, Sunday. These attending were Mr and Mrs'Clarence Kraft find family, Rose Krai't and Mr and Mrs lames Walker and family of Al- ;ona. Visitors Saturday evening 3n MRS. ARDE1H HAL wens? Mr and Mrs ^v»-»» .— and Joyce of Buri, Mr 6ttd Mr and Mrs Dennis Linfi^t family were guests SttftQ^ 1ft —. Wayne Lynch bomb* ift hoftdf of Susan's First CtoBfiuMo«,;; '., Mr and Mrs ftateeft^CSftptJl oi -l»l i Ut J Vt AT** *J »V"-"W"«-» w ,^*~* m g f r » — ^>> . Ayrshire were guests Stmaaf in *:« fhe home of Mr and Mrs HeilSfid -'/•.; Baxter. unloads by itself automatically...from side or rear RSNGSTED Thursday - Friday - Saturday MAY 28-29-30 "KING CREOLE" Elvis Presley — Carolyn Jones Stores To Close Fenton — All Fenton stores will be closed all day Saturday, Mer mortal Day, May 30,, - ' ^ New Elevator Employee Fenton New ma,n at w ™™____™___ ^ and Mrs Chris Larsen and Karen, Mr and Mrs 1 Rueben Larsen., of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs William Lai-sen of Burt, Vernon Reisner of' Algona, Judy Eigler, Susan HantelmVn, JMr and Mrs Clarence Arbo'gast 'and. Adrian of Fenton Mr and Mrs CaiT Larsen and family of Redwood Falls, Minn. Mr 'and Mrs Hubert Albert« o Lake Preston, South'Dakota, anc Mr and Mrs Louis Larsen and fa"mily of Elkton, South Dakota Mr and Mrs Albert Schwarzen ba.cn entertained Wednesday eve ning after graduation in honor o their daughter,' Karen, Mr and Mrs' Wm. 'Schwarzenbaoh, Mi and Mrs Charles Schwarzenbach Mrs Sarha Schwarzenbach, M and Mrs Glenn Deiterich all o Lake Park, Mr and Mrs Frank les, Bob, and Paul of • Whittemorey Mrs Leone Halvdrson and .Edmond Krilpp of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler honored their daughter Judy following graduation Wednesday evening .'by "having-guests in _for refreshments. . Those enjoying the courtesy were her grandmothers, Mrs John Kohlwes and Mrs.Retta Eigler. Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohl- ,wes, Loveda and Bobby, Mr and Mrs George Murphy, Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske, Mr .and Mrs Ralph I Weisbrod, and Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer and boys of Humboldt, • Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod entertained Wednesday evening following graduation in honor of their daughter Pam, Mr and Mrs Art Voigt, Mr and Mrs Charle Weisbrod,' Rev. and Mrs Harvey Walker, Janet <& Ardeth, Mr and Mrs 'Dale Voigt, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cornelius of Gyaettinger, Mr and Mrs Derwopd Voigt of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Richard Wagoner pf Greene and. Bleckwenn of Cylinder. Wednesday~*venin^ guests in the'RpeJf Miller home in honor of Ruth's graduation were Mr and Mrs MeWin Ricklef, Larry and Ljnda of Titonka, Mr and Mn Paul Winter and Julie of Lakota Mr and Mrs John Miller and Jamlly of Wesley and Mr anc ' Mr-s, George Ricks and Doris o TJtonka, * Mr and Mrs John Ruger enter tained in honor of the'.r daughter Jane tallowing graduation exe'r- c'Jses Wednesday even'ng. Guests were Mr and Mrs Ernest Hnbeger and Rachel of West Bond, Mrs Ida Muellor, Mr and Mrs A. H peterpgn-and Mr and Mrs'Reuben Leudtke, Mary Alice and John. t'OweptS ^t the Blwin Schlei home Wednesday 'evening following their daughter Evalon's graduation exercises were Mr and Mrs Howard "Strueekwr, Mr and Mrs Alvin Hy»6fcilinau and family, Mr Fenton Co-operative Elevator 'beginning June 1 will be Robert Crouch. He is completing hi ireshman year at Iowa. State college where he has had work in teed and soils. A 1958 Sentral graduate Crouch is the son of Mr and Mrs Earl Crouch, rural Fenton. He will replace Caleb Hartshon who now is overseeing a large hog-raising farm at Spencei Mass. CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to D astor Johnson, relatives, neigh)ors and friends, for the floral jouquets, cards, food and every- ne who helped in every way allowing the death of our be- oyed husband and father. Mrs Amer Cody and family. 21* FREE SENTRAL SENIOR PICTURES Reprinted On Fine Grade ' Paper — 100 Available VOIGT INSURANCE In Fenton Bank Sunday - Monday - Wednesday MAY 31 - JUNE 1-3 "God's Little Acre" Robert Ryan — Aldo Ray 21' No other forage box offers more—yet this Gehl Forage Box coats less than semi-automatic wagons. And now Gclil has added new optional features including: 40-inch conveyor extension for filling even the tallest bunks; a reversing apron for rear, unloading. The Gehl Forage Box is really automatic—,' unloads by itself while driver sits and watches. It can be truck-mounted tool Comes ready-built or as a kit of metal parts with free building plans. Ask us about GEHL -SINCE .1859 f th.5j.pw Gehl pricel] You can'f fcaof Gehl's fewer price MENT IN FENTON, IOWA THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTOrJ 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 I REMEMBER LAST SUMMER?! FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY * ;. , INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGT 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 PHONi 125 or 17 Dr. E. W, Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S OARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair* , FENTON, IA. LLOYD M, &ERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farrq loans And Auctigq Service Phone 233 ' .,.<•<• Fenton, Iowa ...AndBuying an Air Conditioner NOW means You Won't Suffer this Summer APPLIANCE Dealer Today! -TODDY WOULDN'T "NEEDLE" your home the crisj^ool ?YOU ,., but he does want to re», p^ e re just; rigftife^lil inind you that wore hot weathes Jiving and js coming, But no need to gwelter! See you)?! - appliance dealer right now for thp W you •WQ&cteyful aiv conditioner tp give hv & ti w ff-Mtj

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