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- '•• * •J'flr' •"- <* ty The Upper Des Molnes ' Publishing Cd,, AlQona, Iowa July 9, 1959 MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON News Editor 1949 Fenton Grads Have Fun At July 5 Reunion — The graduating class of 1949 of Fenton high school observed the tenth anniversary oi that date by meeting in the Fenton park for a potluck dinner, Sunday, July 5. \Supt. and Mrs .V. J. TatUrn and daughter Carol of Greene were present for the oebasi&n. Tatum was head of the Fenton School for. 16 years before going to Greene in 1953. Graduate attending from the farthest distance was William (Billy) Stoeber of Raleigh, North Carolina. Others in attendance were Mr and Mrs Bryan Willmert and Cynthia of Albert Lea, Minil.; (Mary Bierstedt) Mr and Mrs Don " Jorgenson and family of Algona; James Jentz, Winnebago, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Harlan Eimers and Greg; Mr and Mrs Howard Finnestad and family; Mr and Mrs Jack Gerhart and boys; Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and family; Mr and Mrs Ordean Kabrick and family, Mr and Mrs Howard Krause and family, and Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and family. Several former classmates ^vho did not grad' uate from the Fenton high schoo were also in attendance. They were Herschel and Roger Kipfer and their families of Bingham Lake, Minn, and Mrs Francib Smith (Lorotta Williams) and hex family of Ayrshire. Letters from three of the classmates were shared by the group. They were Ward Ruske of LaGrange Park, 111., James Holldorf of South San Francisco, Calif., and Marvyn Berkland of LaPuente,' Calif. Also unable t to attend were Mr and Mrs Stanley Stecker (Jacqueline Ehrhardt) of Lakota. However, she did call that morning saying unexpected company had arrived from the east. Arthur Sorensen was also absent, having had to • leave only two days earlier for Fort Bragg, N. C. to report after spending his leave with his parents here. Teacher To Mexico Lois Voigt* daughter of William Voigt, left this past week for Monterrey, Mexico. Accompanying Lois were Nona Link of Armstrong and Sharon Fell of Emmets-burg. All were teachers in the Mallard Community •School this past-year. .Before beginning a six week course at the University of Monterrey, they will spend a few days sightseeing in Mexico City. Mr and Mrs Frank Franson and children of Lincoln, Neb. were guests in Jjjg parental B. G. Berkeland home Thursday to Sunday. Marilyn plans to remain with her grandparents about a month. On Friday afternoon Mrs Henry Wiiberg and boys joined the group for a birthday party for Jimmy Fran- son., Sunday visitors in the Berkeland home included Mr and tfrs Kalyig and son of Kanawha, Vtr and Mrs William Garros of Worthington, Minn, and in the evening, Mr and Mrs Roger Kip- :er of Bingham Lake, Minn. Mr and Mrs Kaye Ruske and Judy Eigler of Iowa City came Thursday to spend the July 4th weekend with the E. W. Ruskes and Paul Eiglers. Friday evening guests in the Franklin Mueller home in honor of Nicky's 8th birthday were Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family, Mr and Mrs Dloyd. Kern and family, William Voigt, Lois and Peggy and Mr and Mrg Art Mueller.~~bn Friday afternoon, Mrs Mueller had etttertain- ed the boys of Nicky's 2nd grade, ait school, Dennis Berkland, Carl Prie.be, Gary Eimers, Billy Duncan, Roger Hansen, Dawson Juhl, Steve Schlei and James Ruhnke. Mr and Mrs Robert Norris and family of Spencer were in Fenton Sunday visiting friends, Mr and Mrs Herbert Weisko and family left Monday for their home in Cedar Rapids after spending a ten day visit in the parental Frank McFall home and with other relatives and friends at Fenton and Burt. Wednesday evening, the Weiskes and McFalls were dinner guests in the Wendell Rusch home and. on Friday evening, they were entertained at dinner in the W. R. Class Of 1934 Holds Reunion At Seneca Fentqn — A 1934 Seneca Class reunion was held Sunday. June 28 at the Seneca school. All the members of the class and their families were present for the occasion. TJiey*were Mr and Mrs Eugene Hansen (Joyce Bassett) and two girls of Bouton, Mr and Mrs Walter Weebstrom (Avis Byers) and children of St. Paul, Mr and Mrs Carl Larsen (Delia Holmann) and children of Delhi, Minn., Mr and -Mrs Henry Irmiler (lone Bollig) and family of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Harold Nielsen of. Blooming Prairie, Minn., Mr and Mr? Gerald Halverson and Sharon of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Berinic. Berkland and family and Mr and Mrs Harvey Henricksen and family. A pot-luck dinner was held at noon. The afternoon was spent socially. Pictures and slides were taken, and a luncheon was enjoyed before departure. Fenfon Pair Wed June J2J W.S.C.S. Plans An Attendance Contest Lunch THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 Wolfe home. The W.M.F. of the SI. John's Lutheran church of Depew met Thursday, June 25. .Rev. Dale Mitchell presented the lesson. Mrs Orville Helland and Mrs Richard Naig were in charge of' the Cradle Roll program. Hostesses were Mrs William Wiener, Mrs Amer Cody and Mrs Russel Quin. Rev. F. C. Preul was appointed pastor of the Methodist church in Plover by Bishop Ensley Thursday evening at the North lovfa Conference. in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Warren Jones drove to Waverly Sunday where they'met Mr and Mrs Loyal Melton of 'Palo. A pot luck dinner'followed by a social hour at the Methodist church Sunday honored Rev. and Mrs Harvey Walker and daughters Janet and Ardith. Mr and Mrs Clarence Arbogast are vacationing in Oregon. They expect to be gone about two weeks. Mrs Jacque Otio and daughters of De Will, have been guests .in the parental Henry Schulte home. A farewell get-together at the ,Curtis Olsen's home June 25 for Mr and Mrs Gerald Beaver and daughter Lori, who left for their lome in San Bernardino, Calif Those present were, Mr and Mrs Everett Zitterich .and family Tcrril, la., Mr and Mrs Howard Preston and family, Swea City, Mr and Mrs Gaylord Olsen and family and Mrs Cleo Classon of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Charles Beaver and Kenny, Fenton. Afternoon callers were Mrs Dick Underwood and children and Mrs Albert Mitchel, Fenton. Mr and Mrs W. B. Schmidtke of Morristown, Minn, were recent visitors in the Wm. Hantelman home. Mr and Mrs Elmer Lee and boys, Mr and Mrs Dan-el Lee and sons and Mr and Mrs Eldon Lee and Marilyn, all of Estherville, were Sunday guests in the Fred Fesslcr'home. The Elmer and Eldon Lee families were also evening callers' in the Henry Wilberg home. Coming Events Depew Neighbor Club; 10 — Legion Thursday, July 9 Circle; Friendly Dorothy Circle. Friday, July Auxiliary. Monday, July 13 — American Legion meeting. Wednesday, July 15 — Ella Circle; Nellie Circle. Mr and Mrs Norman J. Bellinger are shown after their wedding June" 21 in St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville. The bride, the former Joan Fay GushinR, is the daughter of Mrs Arnold Hantelman, ^enton, and Ivan Gushing, Emim-lsburg, and the bridegroom, a son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bollingc-r, Fenton. The couple are at home in Audubon. (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDM Engraving). Seneca Girl Is Wed June 14 At Ringsfed Seneca — Dorothy Ann Nielsen became the bride of Gerald E. Allen of Hudson, June 14 at St. Paul's Lutheran church al Ringsted. The Rev. Harlan Blockhus, pastor of the Nazareth and Blakjer Lutheran churches, officiated at the double- ring ceremony. Parents of the bride and bridegroom are Mr and Mrs Carl W. Nielsen and Mr and Mrs Gerald M. Allen of Conesville. Mrs Arthur Voctman was organist and accompanied Donald Nielsen, soloist. The bride, given in marriage her faliier wore a floor length gown of tulle and hand clipped Chan'tilly lace over taffeta in •edingote style. Her veil of silk llusion was attached to a lace rown ornamented with pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet of pink roses. Margaret Nielsen was maid of lonor and bridesmaids were Vlary Lou Allen and Marlys Sratrud. Loren Allen was best man and groomsmen were Willard Hcnvell and Ordean Grant. Ushers were Cecil Allen and Roger Nielsen. A reception in the church followed the ceremony. Mrs Eugene Pelersen and Mrs Albin and a team demonstration was presented by Jill Jensen and Bonnie Crouch. Marilyn Johanncsen then welcomed the guests and Andrea Stefanski read a poem. Alycc and Dorothy Peterson presented a vocal and accordian duet, Mary England presented a reading, Carol Hanish gave some musical selections and Lois Wilberg directed group singing. Refreshments Were served. Rose corsages were presented to mothers and guests present. They included Mrs Fred Johan- rifeseri, Mrs Ted Je'nsen,'Mrs :i lyT<* England, Mrs Andrew Stefanski, Mrs Martin Wilberg, 'Mrs Elmer Hanisch, Mrs Alfred Peterson Mrs Francis Sullivan, Mrs Carl Nielsen, Mrs Earl Crouch, Mn William Dorsey and Mrs Henry Looft. 50TH Dy. G. F. Dolmage of Buffalo Center recently attended the 5Qth anniversary re-union of the Iowa City Doctor's Class of'1909 Out of the remaining 15 members of this group, eleven were able to be present for the Golden Jubilee. PLUMBING ti INSTALLATION or REPAIRS FURNACES - DEEP & SHALLOW WELL SYSTEMS - PLUMBING SUPPLIES PLUMBING * HEATING • WIRING WE SEU - SERVICE -INSTALL McFALL & RUSCH Phone 159 - Fenton Berkncss were dining room heist- esses. ' Mrs R. A. Busch and Mrs Cecil Allen cut and served the cake Mrs Lester Hobatik and Mrs Henry Larsen poured coffee and Mrs Loren Allen poured punch Mrs Ordean Grant had charge of the guest book and the gift were opened by Kathryn Johan ncsen, Mrs Larry Swensen and Mrs LaVernc Anderson. The * bride is a graduate of Seneca high school, Waldorf college, Forest City, and attended Iowa State Teachers College. She has been teaching in the Twin Rivex school at Livevmore. A graduate of Iowa State College at Ames, the bridegroom is Veteran- on the Farm Advisor at Hudson where the couple will establish their home, . Suffers Fracture George Johnson received word Saturday that his 83 year old mother, who is living with relatives in Omaha, had fallen that day and broken her hip. Mi- Johnson drove to Omaha Sunday to see her. .., , Mother's Tea Held The Seneca '-Stars 4-II Club members honored their inothei at a Mother's Tea held for them Monday afternoon at the home of Carol Hanish with all the members as co-hostesses. The group held a short business meeting. They voted to Jwlc their local achievement show at the Seneca school Monday evening, Aug. 10. (Margaret Nielson gave . ai illustrated talk,. Lois Wilberg V >«i ' _ . .. Jensen Reunion The annual Jensen reunion was held at the Ringsted City Park June 28 with 60 member!of the Jensen family in attend ance. Senecans in attendance included Mr and Mrs Ted Jensen and family, J. H. Jensen, Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg and family Robert Wilberg and Mrs Carri Jensen, also Mr and Mrs P. H Jensen of Fenton. Margaret Nielsen entertained group of friends at a picnic a her home Friday evening. The occasion honored Susan Breese and Janice Osborn who left Sunday for Mankato where they enrolled at Mankato Business College. Guests al the picnic in iddition to the honored guests ncluded Lois Wilborg, Jane; Ruger, Ardith Drone, Marlene Johanncsen and Dolores Jensen. Mr and Mrs Bob Thiel of Camp Carson, Colo, and Mr and Mrs Pete Helmers of Omaha, Meb. were last weekend guests at the Everett Witham home. Mr and Mrs Everett Klucko of Fairmont, Minn, are the parents of a baby boy born June 27 at a Fairmont hospital. He will be named Charles Frederick. The grandparents are Mr and Mrs Laurence Hantelman and Mr and Mrs Cassie" Klocko. 'Mr and Mrs Chester Furring- on and family of Tempo, Ariz. rrived Friday for a visit at tho William Dorsey home. A picnic li nner was held at the Swca City Park Sunday in their honor. Mr and Mrs Milton J. Wisch- loff of Oregon, Wisconsin, Mr ,nd Mrs Gerril DeWaard of Wesley and Mrs Bertha Pominer if Algona were Tuesday guests at the Henry Looft home, hnn- >ring Mr and Mrs Richard Looft Bob Butter-field, who is in the service in Texas, spent the July 4th weekend with Seneca friends Mr and Mrs Cecil Andersoi wp're recent guests al Hie home of Mrs Anderson's brother, the Walter Madsens, at Albert Lea Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberf. £ind Lois, Bob, Wilberg, Mr anc Mrs Marvin Wilberg and,.family of Estherville attended 'a Wil berg family get-together at Fair monit Sunday. Mrs Jerry Jentz has been il and confined to her homcVecenl ly. Fenton — Tho Womnn's R<» ciety of Christian Service mi- Thursday with luvtossf's, Mr Hans Bnago, Mrs Charles Hen vor nnd Mrs Roy Chrischill ri s Mrs Earl Luffkin was in chim<< of devotions, The lesson wa presented by Mrs Charles Love .toy who was n.ssislrd by Mr Clarence Underwood. Mrs Cl.-i.v ton Ditsworth and Mrs Ihirvr. Walker. An nttendnnci 1 routes is being held by tho circles the W.S.C.S. for the coming yent Next 'May the losers will irca the winners to a luncheon. Mrs Mitchell Winner Mrs Albert Mitchell was II lucky winner at the Friday evi ning drawing in Fenton. Thoi are two more Friday c-venit drawings in this sorics. Winru have liad their choice of ba bceun grills, picnic tables or so of lawn chairs. Km ton l.uisino men are making plans for olh activities following the hist this series of drawing. Furthoi details will bo announced at a later elate in this newspaper. Mrs George Schott, 84, longtime Fenton resident now living at the Good Samaritan home ii\ Es'lhcTvUle, was in town Tuesday. Her daughler Vora. Mrs George Thomas of Superior, Drought hor clown. Mrs Belty Freeman and Lesie of Goldficld were weekend sitors in the Henry Wi'liberg ome. Mrs E. J. Frank and the Don haw family spent last weekend Minneapolis al the Robert Thursday, July 9, 19S9 Algona (la.) Uppei* Des Mofn6$—5 )!iiHis< - 'ii Immiv Mrs Sluiw and lildrrn rernamnd there for a rck. Mr and Mrs Marcus Lindsey nil .'.fin of Corpus Christi, Tf'X isitcd in tho hfimc-s of ilonry indsry niid Mr and Mrs Sam Varnor Thursri.-iy. M:IICU. ; : Lmd- cy is ;i nr-plicw of Mr Lindsi-y nd Mrs Wnrni-r St. John's LulhcrPn Ladies Aic f I'Yntfm mi t July 1 in tin hind) pjirln:-; llns!r«;y'»i vv r' 1 : Mr-: Wnilcr Jnit/.. Mr; GPOI-RC M-iil/ .'in;l M's Alvui /u-niu-h lui'sls wfvc McsdnirK 1 :-; Art. Mucl- rr. Woll Kriuisf, Fred Jcntx. Chnrlcs Nnwcl, L'tvcn Miiddcn ind Oscnr I'l'i vcn of Arnislrnnf; uul Janice Jcnl/. Mr nnd Mrs Howrrd R.ibey ant' fnmily of O'd;ir Kails spent, tho 1th of July wf-okencl in tho homa of Mrs E.'j. Frank. Jenevieve Nowel of Chicago is visiting with Fenton realtives arid friends. Mr and Mrs R'.shard SeMltzi Mnrgarrt, Mary and Joan of: Limp? Bench avo guests in the par- ontni Mrs FJ. J. Frank home. Mr nnd Mrs Mariirt Hantelman v.-ero guests for n picnic in the l{;dph Walker hr»mc at Whitte- itinrc July 4. Th'j annual guest day of the Fairvillo Ladies Aid was held Thurpd:iy. A picnic pot luck dinner was enjoyed by the mem- bfrs and their guests. Mrs Ed Pnobo and Mrs Ernest Votteler woro in charge of the entertainment. ' Super' Kern-Tone shows you over 7500 lovely color harmonies! We'll loml you this fmrious hook . . . FRKK! Uw; it lit homo nnd sro liow a simple- chnngc- of color onn dumKo a clr.'ib room into a dream rooml STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON How to liven up potato salad Just mix it. with Miracle Sandwich Spread! Kraft makes this tasty spread by adding special relishes to a creamy zcsty dressing. Great cm head lettuce, too. Try it! Miracle Sandwich Spread FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGT t THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton guv^e The Country Girl's Creed WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE,, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. 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