The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1959 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 16, 1959
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Published By Th« Upper Des Moines Publishing Cfl., Algona, ./-Iflf 2*AIgono (Id.) Upper Det Molnei Thursday, July 16, 1959 Arnold H. Krause, Fenton, Dies Of Throat Cancer K u — Arnold Henry Realise, 03, died Thursday in the Veterans" hospital at Des Moines. Cause of death was throat can- cej'. He had been in failing health for several years, ^Ir Krause was born April 19, lt$&6, five and a half miles southeast of Fenton. He was graduated from Fenton high school in 1913, spent two years irtja Chicago business college and married Theresa Gappa at Whit- tefibre in 1923. Jie ran a general store here until three years ago when he >m|ived to Perry. He had been working in a hotel there. His wftiow. confined to a wheel chair at* the Good Samaritan home in PQcahontas, will be unable to at- tejid his funeral. She suffered a stpoke about three years ago. 1Mr Krause was a veteran of WJbrld War I, where he served in Paris. "Other survivors include three sojhs. Arnold Jr., of Des Moines, M«urice, studying, for the priesthood at Creighton University in Ojpnaha, and Kenneth of Fenton; four widowed sisters and two brothers, all living in Fenton. TJJey are Mrs Lena Zuinach, Mrs Aftna Meyers, Mrs Elsie Droyer, Mrs Emma Radig, Gustave arid W&lter. ^lilitary rites followed funeral services held 9:30 a.m. Monday at* St. Michael's Catholic church irg Wihitternore. Rev. Phillip Dalley officiated. Burial was in St. Michael's cemetery. Picnic Honors Visitors Mr and Mrs E. W. Hihdorman of Owatonna were guests in the Frank McFall home Tuesday and Wednesday. The Hindermans were cnroute home from a visit with relatives in Southern Iowa, Tuesday evening approximately 50 relatives gathered in the Fenton Park for ' a picnic in their honor. " Families present were Art Voigts. William Voigts, Clifford Dougles, Wendell Ruschs, Gene Huskamps, Carrie Voigt, Edith Haycnga, Harry Haases, Bud Grooses, Gerald Voigts, Dale Voigts, Dale Weisbrods, Willard Menz, Clarence Menz, Frank McFalls and Ray Wesselings ; of Burt. Depcw Fellowship -, . , The Depew Fellowship Circle met Thursday, July 9, In the home of Mrs William Detyall. Mrs Melvin Berkeland led in devotions and Mrs Albert Mitchell was in charge of, the Bible Study. Guests were' Rev. Johnson, Mrs Gerhard Vorland .and children, Mrs Ray -Priebe, MM Donald HainzingGr, ' Mr^ Dale Voigt and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joanne. Haack Reunion Held The annual Haack Reunion met July 4th in .the-,Fenlon Com- Av ft IK * * * •«» * w///i famous SUPER KEM-TONE LATEX WALL PAINT gallon .1 •, - • » one coat will usually do ... AND one gallon, will cover your average-size room! • goes on over any interior wall surface • easy to apply with brush or roller • wide selection of lovely NEW COLORS! • guaranteed washable SUPER'KEM-TONE CEILING FLAT WHITE cpmpfefes the phi STOEBER HARDWARE ' ; ' ' FENTON '.'•''.:. r-•./ ; :,'' '•••••• • " ' FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL "DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You TO Fenton * 5* WEISPROD ^Implement Company t JOHN OilRI, NEW IDEA " and OEHL EQUIPMENT jui. phone 3 Ret. Phone 60 ,lh"; ; ""' l J ". 1 ~ ""~ £ HANTilMAN | BUILDING SERVICE PHONE 125 or 17 DENTIST Office Phono 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMANS GARAGE Troctar Repalri m» Ucfliwod Real iftof* Broker and Farm Loans >' ; / - •, ' ' And Awrften $«4rvl«« • , Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa munity Center. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Meflyn Bahman and family, Mr and Mrs Elmc StcbrHz and family all of LuVcrno, Mr and Mrs Vic Dreyer and family, Mr and Mrs Ray Kading and family all af Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Glen Sabin and family, Mr and. Mrs Thco Bierstcdt of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Jcrotne Demton and Nancy, Mrs WlUiaan Haack, Mr and Mrs Rudy Haack and Barbara of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Sandy Stebritz, Mrs Ernestine Kading of Algona, Mrs Chris Bahman and Willis of Wilbert, Minn., Mr and Mrs Wm. O. Dreyer of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Otto Haack and Arletie of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Bernard Haack and family of St. Benedict, Karen Hainzinger and Ron Bier of -Colorado Springs, Colo., John Haack, Fred Haack, Mrs Sylvester Hainzinger and Mr and Mrs Virgil Borcharcjt and boys. Reiurn From Oregon Mr and Mrs Clarence Arbogast returned Monday, July 6, from a vacation trip which took them to Oregon where they attended the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Ora Salisbury at Forest Grove, Oregon. Mrs Salisbury is a slater, of 'Mr••; Arbogast. They wef> accompanied on, the trip by other relatives, 'Mrs Bertha Arbogast, PayndsVllle^ Minn., Mrs Thelma L/amson and Mrs Edith Christiiarison of St. Paul, Minn. Tilie group had left June 20 and traveled in ten states. They visited Mrs Attoogast's cousins in Montana "and at Albany, Ore, Highlights of''sightseeing included Yellowstone Park, Glacier Park and'" Crater •••of "'the Moon. Mr and Mrs Fred Meyer and daughter/of Algona,:Mr and Mrs Arnojd Meyer • of Burt and Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedt were Sunday evening visitors in the James Meyer home; Mr and Mrs J. M. Seglin and daughters Jacqueline and Diamea of Hammond, Ind., who were on a return trip from old Mexico and California, visited from Tuesday until Thursday morning with Mr and Mrs Raliph Wiesbrod and Mrs Blanche Huskamp. Relatives, who 'spent ' Wedrtesday"evening visiting the Seglins were Mr; and Mrs Clarence Arbogast and Adrian, Mr and Mrs Eugene Huskamp and 1 TrUdy, Mrs Olga Huskamp.- and Mr and -Mrs Ervin Huskamp and two grandsons Pat and M'ike McDonald. Five ninth graders left Sunday to at the Methodist camp grounds at Lake Okoboji. Those attending are "Judy Jolley, Peggy Voigt, Trudy Huskamp, Dennis Newel and Don Yager. They will be gone a week. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller and Ruth visited Mrs George Ricks in Ihe Buffalo Center hospital Sunday. ' Mrs Fritz Freyholtz and Mrs Dean Meyers attended the birthday of Mrs Frank Schwartz along with other friends and relative's at Stewart, Minn. Sunday. Mrs Schwartz is Mrs Freyholtz' mother. Mr and Mrs Marjin Hantelman cnilcrtained at a* picnic dinner at their home Sunday, Mr and Mra Chris Webber, Mr and Mrs Edwin Webber and family, Mr and Mrs Lloyd-Webber and family, Mr and Mrs Eugene Webber and family and John Webber, . all. of Wells, Minn., Mr and Mrs Ralph Willoby and family of Mankato, Mr and Mrs Ted Meiers and Cleo of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs John Leininger and son of Albert Lea, Mrnn. Miss Genevieve Newel has returned to Chicago after a vacation of ten days with her sister, Mrs E: J. Frank. 1 ', Ronald Morlensen left Tuesday of this week for Ames where he will attend the summer session of school. Richard Schiltz has returned to his home in Long Bpach, Calif. Mrs Schiltz and daughters are remaining with her mother, Mrs E. J. Frank for a few weeks, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson spent Sunday with relatives and friends at Humboldt, and Kalhy were Sunday visitors in the Hans Mortensen home a1 Fairmont. Carol and Ricky Shaw ate with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs C. E. Shaw of Des Moines at Lost Island for a few days. Mr and Mrs flay Stoeber, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Mr and Mrs Maynard Nemitz attended the wedding of Alberta Duis to Lyle Bassfett Sunday afternoon at the Immanuel church in Spirit Lake. Timmy Bassett accompanied the Ray Stpebersi to Fenton for a week's visit. Mrs Paul Cornelius remains a patient at the Holy Family hospital where she is still critically ill. She suffered a stroke" last week. . Mrs Forest Hannifan and Barbara of Toledo were guests Tuesday to Thursday in the par-, ental E. K. Johnson home. Mr£ Julia Darcee accompanied tihem to Fenton and was a guest of Mrs R. C. Goetsch and other friends here. Mrs Darcee 43 a former Fenton teacher. Bopnie Pert] accompanied them back to Toledo for a visit in the Hannifan home; until Sunday. The Pertl family spent Sunday at the Smith fam-, ily reunion at Island Park at Cedar Falls, and Bonnie returned home with her family. Seneca Class Of 1934 All Present At A Reunion Seneca — A 1934 Seneca Class reunion was held Sunday, June 28, at the Seneca School. All of the members of the class arid their families were present for the 'reunion. The group enjoyed a pot-luck lunch at noon. The'res^ of the afternoon was spent visiting and taking pictures and slides of thte group. * Members of the class and their families were Mr and Mrs Eugene .Hansen (Joyce Bassett) and two daughters of Bouton; Mr and Mrs Walter Wee'bstrom (Avis Byers) and children of St. Paul, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs Carl Larsen (Delia ''•Hb'iman'nF and family' "of Delhi, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Henry Icmiter (lone Bollig) and family of Armstrong; Mr and Mrs Harold Nielsen of Blooming Prairie, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Gerald Halversori and Sharon of Ringsted; Mr and Mrs Bennle Berkland and fam- Mr and Mrs iHarvey jcsen and family**.0$ Fen Sentral Grads Of '58 Plan To Wed In Sept. Seneca —Mr and Mrs Lester Hasbrook of Estherville, announce the engagement and approaching marriage-of Mrs lias- brook's daughter, Janet Ann Geilenfeld, to James Berninghaus, son of Mr and Mrs Louis Berninghaus of Lone Rock. Both are 1958 graduates of Sentral high school and are pre-. semtly employed at Algona. The' wedding is planned for Sept. 20 at the St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted. , trnoon at the home of Mrs Herbert Krause. They also drew names for next year's secret sisters and elected new officers. Mrs Roy Hintz was elected president of the group, Mrs Robert Burt, vice president and Mrs Henry Looft, secretary attd treasurer. Mrs Calvin Vatidt and Mrs Henry Looft were, named as a committee tfc select' attendance gifts, Mrs Herbert Krattse and Mrs Jerald Jentz were named as the gift and card committee and Mrs Robert Burt, Mrs John 'John- ihesen and Mrs Wayne Nyrrian were appointed to make out tMe program reminder^, for next :ycar. 'Mrs Calvin Vaudt was the honored birthday member and Mrs Glen Cage was a guest. Seneca Stars On Tour The Seneca Stars 4-H ' Club took their annual 4-H outing last Monday. The girls gathered at the Ward Park for a picnic lunch. Following the lunch they conducted their ' regular club meeting. They made plans to, hold their local achievement show Monday evening, Aug. 10. Plans were also made for the fair booth. The committee in charge of the booth will be Mary England, Alyce Petersen, Jill Jensen, Andrea Stefanski and Sylvia Sullivan. Lois 'Wilberg gave a demon •> stration. She also gave a report on the Girl's 4-H State convention. Marilyn Johannesen and Dorothy Petersen reported on the ,4-H District Camp. Mothers accompanying the group included Mrs Elmer Hanisch, Mrs Martin ,;Wilberg, Mrs Earl Crouch and JMrs Lyle England. Mary England reported the 'club news. Teachers From Turkey Visit Fenton Homes Fenian — Melinda Hanteknan of Clinton, la. and Salina Hatitel- n\an, who has been teaching for the past two years at Izmir, Turkey, are visiting Fenton relatives and friends this week. A picnic supper was held Sunday evening in their honor at the M Bruhn home. Others attending wefe Rev. and -Mrs Harty, Deiter, Mi* and Mrs Hilbert Hanteltnan, John and Paul of Mankato, the Bur* nett Heines of Algona, the Martin Hantelmans, Gerhart Hantel- mans, Merle .Voigts and William Hanitelmans. , \ FLAO brittle* there $8rM tt • years ago. At th& time h§ &Jtt|ht the Mr and Mrs Ben Sloter and, ^soh of Troy Grove, 111. arrived jati the parental Everett Witham fhprne last Friday for a week's Visit. . Mr and Mrs 'Robert Thiel, who lhave been visiting for the past jfew days at the parental Everett fWitham home, left, last Friday !for Georgia where Mr Thiel will ^continue his army training at a ispedal 'training center. ' j j Mrs Lawrence Johannesen, who isu'bmitted to surgery last Wed- jnesday morning at the Holy "Family hospital, at Estherville, is "recuperating satisfactorily. She ^expects to return home the early of this- .week. J j JA tra|l-:;rfde was j held aj., the ('Everett iWitftam \place ; Sunday Visitors From East <Mr Charlie.Britt of Lawton New York and Bill Hill of Milford, Ohio, were Friday night and Saturday guests at the Everett. Witham home. •Mr Britil is a former Algonan. This is his first visit with relatives and friends since the family moved from a farm near Algona in 1918. He and Mrs''Witham are cousins. Seneca Mixers Elect The , Seneca Modern Mixers revealed their secret sisters at place ; Sunday /aCterriobn ' with 26 riders. The) group spent the afternoon riding through the timber and in the late afternoon 'gathered for a picnic lunch. Mr and Mrs Everett Witham were Sunday evening, guests at the Everett Hatland home at Estherville where a bridal shower was being held honoring Mr Hatland's sister, Eunice, who was recqntly married to a young man from Jackson, Minn. Mr and Mrs Ole Pedersen accompanied their daughter and family the Dale Longs to Orange Gity Sunday where they visited ait the home of their granddaughter and husband, Dr. and Mrs Roy Hassebroek. , ' Ruth Carlisle of Seattle, Wash. has been visiting at the Ghria Da'hl home -and with other relatives in this vicinity and in Iowa for the past two weeks. She plans to; return to Seattle next week where she will do post' graduate work at the University of Washington. She has an excellent leaching position in the Seattle public school system. Mrs L. C. Nielsen of. Tyler, Minn, and daughter Marveleeri of Minneapolis, also Mrs Alfred Meyers of Ringsted were Wednesday afternoon guests at the Ghris Dahl home. Union Slough Produces Good Crop Of Hay By Harold H. Burgess U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service This was certainly a good year' for hay on Union Slough National Wildlife • Refuge. All cooperative farmers harvested at least 2> tons of alfalfa-brome per acre and approached 4 tons per acre in some units. As has been the custom for the past four years, mowing operations were delayed until ' after July. 1 to, ;allow most nesting gamebirds to hatch. The refuge staff are currently making post- haying nest studies so we should be a'ble to give you some information on nesting success in the near future. j r This has also been a good year for Canada thistles. The refuge control attempt began in early May ; and since then we have spent over $500.00 :in herbicides and la'bor attempting to control thistles with the use of aerial spraying,, power spraying and hand spraying. In addition to our efforts "every cooperative farmer and grazer, i's "held responsible by his permiit ^fpr the'control' of noxious weeds in his unit of the refuge. We don't know how much-they spend on weed control on the refuge," but we believe their annual weed control costs to be- at least as high as their neighbors. 4 , ' '.... ';|,J' Our fight* torCon£rol5*,Cahyda thistle is paradoxial since thistles are good nesting cover for wildlife, nevertheless our noxious weed control efforts are in line with 'our national refuge policy to cooperate with local weed boards and our neighbors in the control of noxious weeds. Mr and Mrs Fred Mortensen th eir meeting held Tuesday af- BUDGET ESTIMATE School District Notice: — The Board of Directors of Sentral Community. Kossuth & Palo Alto County. Iowa, will meet July 27, 1959, at 8:00 P.M., at the High School Building. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures fpr the year beginning July 1, 1959, and ending June 30. 1960, A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearing. - ' Marjorie Fox f District Secretary. i FUNDS General - — . _,i-.- Tcxt Books and Supplies TOTAL. GENERAL, FUND Old Age. Surv. Ins. (Fed.) Public Emps. Ret. (State) Bonds and Interest Sjinclal" Courses Fund .... TOTAL* ALL PURPPSES Secretary's balance July 1 1, GENERAL FUND ..... Net Unencumbered Balanc SCHOOL HOUSE FUND Number of p&risons of «oh NUraber of persons of seji Ta^flWu valuation, 1088 • Tffcable valuatUm, i»§8 — fax Fi'etrtaivds".:... -TOTAL ...„..„„*„.„„,. Moneys and Credits, 1958 Moneyi and Credit*, 11)50 TO T AL. > Expenditures For Year Julv 1. 1957 To June 30. 1958 155,979. 15,195. 3,227. 174.401. 3,202. 4,801. 21,003. 400. 203.821, . 1859. « .<G. F.I ised valu ool age Pftl age -T KQSSl pain fftt Expenditures For Year July 1, 1958 To June 30. 1959 Proposed Expejlditures Estimated 1959-19GO V*, 4 "* illti •PI WSMP 172,290. 200,762. 13,383. 15.560. 3.35U. 3.91U. 189,038. 220,240. Estimated Income Other Than Taxation 15,000. 7,000. 22,000. 3.483. 4,549. 5,038, 0.31)0 30,506. 42,000. -10,393. • 16,033. 250.548. 289.790, — Rossi — Palo ith ,-*. O .--.— — Kossuth — — Palo Alto ... nth —,-.,. AJtQ'- ....... , .• — ' "• %3,QUO. 4 - - ' . *$ $ ::::""! ,. $6.' :l-,._.,-$l.( $ $7, ,$ -.-,-„$ 5 Amount Necessary to be raised bv Taxation 185,762. 8,500. 3,918. 198,240. 4.549. 6,368. 42,000. 16,633. 267.7UO. 56,248.62 50,248.62 36,536.38 35.31 . 7J(j 05 555.067,00 )28,54?.(K 2.740.0U 583,353.01. 209.877.0C 11.7QO.OC >21,577,OC Coming Events Thursday, July 16 — Blakjer WiM.F.; Independence Mixers., OFFICE SUPPLIES—Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT a 1908 American which he feoiight tiheri 16 across the s&feet during -. Outdated; it has &-"tO-$ie^tirlion a ANNUAL SUMMER CLEARAN SALE On Dry Goods NOW AT FENTON KEEPING ANY HORSESHOES? YOU WON'T NEED THEM IF YOU BUY YOUR INSURANCE * ' FROM....... IF DAD HAS ANY LYING , , AROUND, BRING THEM !N. WE'LL PAY YOU lOc EACH FOR THEM. VOIGT INSURANCE IN FENTON BANK FENTON, IOWA 28-29 I SECURITY Your Bank Is Here To Serve CONFIDENCE Your bank is here to serve. "[h'S means not only the usual banking transactions — checking accounts, cashing checks, savings accounts — but some of the Inore; personal matters. If you have, problems which may need the services of a bank, we invite you to talk it over with us. All deposits Insured to $10,000 . By Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 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