The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1959 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 30, 1959
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Published By The Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa Wehrspann Reunion Held In Fenton's City Park July 30, 1959 MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON News Editor Fenlon — Family members of, the the late Herman Wehrspann gathered for a reunion at the Fenton park last Sunday evening. The occasion honored Misses Salina and Melinda Hantelman who were visiting relatives here. The only two immediate members of family present were Mrs Mollie Kressin and L. H. Wehrs- pann of Whiltemore. Others in attendance were Mr and Mrs Wm. Wehrspann of Ottosen, Mr and Mrs Herman Wehrspann and family of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Walter Vaudl Quality compares .. with washers priced $40 to $50 higher • Double Wall Construction' • Sealed Trammiision • Tangle-Proof Agitator • Bowl-Shaped Tub • Super-Duty Aluminum Wrlngir • Speed Queen "Time Teller" .• Maximum Guarantee STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON HiS PAINTING PROBLEM' NO COLOR MIXING PROBLEMS WITH "HOMOGENIZED" PAINTS You chopse from more than 300 Gilt Edge Charmony Colon to get exactly the color you want — and to make selection easy, you choose from colors grouped in families. Tell us what you want — we'll have it ready a jiffyl FENTON LUMBER CO Fenton, Iowa FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. 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 PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repairs FENTON, IA. LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 fenton, Iowa and Ann, Mr and Mrs H. Petti and family, Mr and Mrs Ronak Pettit and family, Mr and Mrg Ronald Ostwald and family, Mr and Mrs Louie Wehrspann anc Harlan, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gade and family and Mrs Anna Wehrspann all of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Bernett Heine am daughter of Algona, Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn, Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman, Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family, Mr and Mrs Gerhardt Hantelman and Paul, Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt, William Voigt and Peggy, Mrs Clara Fischer, Mrs Freda Siems, and Mrs Ferdinand Bierstedt. Mrs Lura Hostess Friday noon luncheon guests in the Curtis Lura home were Mrs Michael Friesenborg and son, Mrs Milford Hanna, Mrs Elsa Hughes and Mrs Anna Lura all of Thompson. In the afternoon, Mrs Lura entertained classmates and friends of her daughter Christie, in honor of her Gth birthday anniversary. Enjoying the courtesy were Dixie Hudson, Kathryn Mortensen, Patricia Huskamp, Susan Lftedtke, Patty Widdel, Beth Ann Feye, Wary Jo Hughes of Thompson, Evelyn Bierstedt, Connie Mueler, Rose Ann Householder, Loree Douglas and Ann Krause. 7 enton Forwards The Fenton Forward 4-H Achievement Day will be held this Friday, July 31st in the Lloyd Berkland home at 1 p.m. Three demonstration teams will bo presented. Senior team is Carol Bellinger, and Jeanette Wichtendahl: Intermediate team, Janet Laatos and Karen Seegebarth; and the Junior team is Marilyn Alt and Joyce Berkland. In attendance at the meeting will bo j the mothers, and friends of the club members and the judges. Mr and Mrs Melvin flicklefs and family of Titonka were Sunday dinner guests in the parental Roelf Miller home. \ Mr and Mrs Jerry Jentz, Mr and Mrs Harlan Kramer and Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and Verlea attended funeral service last Saturday for Jack Smith at Red Top, Missouri. The group returned to Fenton on Sunday evening. Thursday afternoon guests in the Richard MoCarty home at Hartley were Mrs E. J. Frank, Mrs Don Shaw and family, Mrs Dick Schiltz and daughters of Long Beach, Mrs Charles Newel, Mrs Lyle Newel and girls and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and family, also Mrs Roy Newel and Mrs Franklin Newel of Hartley. Rev. and Mrs Edwin Peler of Sylvan Grove, Kansas, and' Mr and Mrs Victor Peter and son Paul of Grand Island, Neb. have seen recent, visitors in the home of Mrs Anna Meyer and Elsie. On Thursday evening of last week, the group attended a VTeyer reunion held at the Victor Meyer .home at Ottosen. Also in , attendance were Edger Meyer of Ames, and Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer and familv of Ottosen. Patricia Lufkin j Engaged To Wed Aug. 16 Coming Events Thursday, July 30 — St. John's Lutheran WIMF at Depew. Wednesday, July 5—St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society. Thursday, July G — Woman's Society of Christian Service; Fairville Aid. Friday, July 7 — Legion Aux- Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz and Miss Edith Laage spent Saturday and Sunday with the O. A. Laages at Osakis, Minn. Mr and Mrs Larry Alt and family attended a dinner Sunday al the Albert Wibben home at Bancroft in honor of Mrs Henry DeWall, David and Kirryberly of California who are visiting relatives and friends. Mrs Olga Huskamp accompanied Homer Huskamp and Mrs Ross back to Minneapolis on Saturday and is spending this week with relatives in the cities. Donald and David Matthiesen spent this past week at the Boone River Bible Camp near Scranton, Iowa. Mrs Calvin Vaudt entertained in honor of her son's 6th birthday anniversary on Friday afternoon. Guests were Kevin Johnson, Duane Hinz, Arlen Nyman, Rodney Hansen, Joe Sullivata, Dennis Bollig and Randy's grandmother, Mrs E. K. Johnson. Glenn Hantelman accompanied ,Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn and Miss Salina Hantelman to Duluth, Minn, last Tuesday. Miss Salina Hantelman visited several days with her brother's family before returning to New York and then on to Turkey, where she is teaching school. The Bruhns and Glenn returned to Fenton on Friday. Mr Jensvold, the son of Mr and Mrs G. J. Jensvold of Ringsted, graduated from Colorado Springs high school and Colorado A & M college at Fort Collins. He •was affiliated with the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity. He is now employed with the America Fore Ins. Co. of Chicago. The couple will be married August 16 in the Methodist church at Fenton. Fenton — Mr and Mrs Earl Lufkin of Cylinder announce the engagement and a p p r o a c hing marriage of their daughter Patricia Ann, above, to Mr Bruce Jensvold of Chicago, 111. The bride-elect is a graduate of Fenton high school, she attended Iowa State Teachers College and Northwestern University. She has taught in the public schools of Emmetsburg for the past three years. Lena Zumach Is Fenton Jackpot Night Winner Fenton — Lena Zumach was the person whose name was drawn last Friday evening in the Fenion Merchants Thursday, July 30, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-5 Gift Night program. She had not selected her gift as of Saturday. Announcement was also made by the Fenton Community Club that the Jackpot Night would . continue each Friday until further notice. It has proven very successful this summer. A choice of five prizes is now being made, lawn furniture, an electric barbeque grill, picnic table, 100 gallons of fuel oil or 100 gallons of gasoline. The first mentioned prizes will be offered as long as they last. There is no requirement for eligibilii yto win other than registering your name between 7 and 9 p.m. each Friday night, in some Fenton store. The winners are named at 9 p.m. Dr. Jolley Heads Fund Drive Fenton — The response tn the Salvation Army's letter appeal to date is very encouraging and the returns arc considered fairly good, according to Dr. W. W. Jolley, local chairman. The work of this organization largely depends on the contributions of its many friends. Those who have not res-ponded are urged to mail their contributions to Gerald Voigl, local treasurer. Make your contribution today. FENTON JACKPOT NIGHTS CONTINUE Register Every Friday Night From 7 To 9 P.M. '-3-*S r fl J ( WIN YOUR CHOICE OF - LAWN FURNITURE PICNIC TABLE 100 GALLONS FUEL OIL 50 GALLONS GASOLINE ELECTRIC BARBEQUE GRILL SPONSORED BY YOUR FRIENDLY FENTON MERCHANTS WHO APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE Fenton Community Club Do not spray corn with 2, 4-D when it is pollinating. After pollination is completed (silks turn brown and dry) you can use 1 1'b. of amine or V 2 Ib. of ester per acre very safely. THOMAS FUNERALCHAPEL 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 YOU DON'T NEED HORSESHOES or FOUR LEAF CLOVERS IF YOU BUY YOUR INSURANCE FROM VOIGT INSURANCE IF DAD HAS ANY LYING AROUND, BRING THEM IN. WE'LL PAY YOU lOc EACH FOR THEM. VOIGT INSURANCE IN FENTON BANK FENTON, IOWA IMPROVED 334 ACRE FARM SELLS AT PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY •- AUGUST AT 2:00 P.M. ON THE FARM The undersigned offers for sale to the public the following d escribed real estate on the farm located '/< mile south of m y cMi ..?££• ™?n 9 descri P tion being (THE WEST HALF (WV4) OF SECTION SIX (6) TOWNSHIP NINETY FIVE N (95N), RANGE THIRTY-ONE (31) FERN VALLEY TOWNSHI P, PALO ALTO COUNTY.) THE IMPROVEMENTS Modern three bedroom house, recently remodeled. 32' x 32' barn, in good shape, with space for 13 cows on one side and calf pens on the other side. Good Granery 26' x 18'. Two hog houses. Cattle shed. Garage Machine Shed. Good Well REA Electricity. THE LAND The Land lays level. Cass Loam Soil. This land is all tillable. This farm will be offered for sale as two individual tracts and also as a whole unit. Statement to the buyers: This farm is well located, in a good community and with good improvements. This would be a fine farm to own and live on or as an investment. We urge anyone interested to inspect this farm before the sale and attend the auction. BROKERS A brokerage fee of $1.00 per acre will be paid to the broker who registers the buyer (with the buyers consent) with either Lloyd Berkland or Paul Freeman, prior to the sale. POSSESSION ON MARCH 1, 1960 TERMS: 15% down on date of sale, balance en or before March 1, 1960. Vendor lo furnish abstract showing merchantable title and warranty deed. The buyer will be required, following the sale lo enter into a customary contract. This sale is under the management of Lloyd Berkland, Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker, Phone 233 at Fenlon, Iowa and Paul Freeman, Clerk and Real Estate Broker, Phone B2 at Cylinder, Iowa. For more detailed information kindly contact one of the above. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN .CASE OF ACCIDENTS ELHA STOULIL Lloyd Berkland, Fenton, Iowa, Auctioneer Paul Freeman, Cylinder, Iowa, Clerk Mr and Mrs Robert Johannesen of Minneapolis arc the parents ol an 8 Ib. son born Tuesday, Jul> 21. He has been named Glenn Emil. The Johannesens have twc other sons and one daughter Mrs Emil Frank of Fenton is tht maternal grandmother. Mr and Mrs Roelt Miller visit ed Thursday evening with Wesse! Jutting a*, the Buffalo Centei hospital. Jutting received a fractured leg in a farm accident. Miss Betty Cody was honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon, July 26 at St John's Lutheran church al Depew. 'Miss Cody, who has been teaching the past two years at Sioux Falls, S. D. will bo married at St. John's Lutheran church on Saturday, August ti tu •R. LVvid •Gunderson of I 1 aiL. GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANC REFRIGERATORS • FREEZERS • STOVES • WASHERS • DRYERS WE'LL MAKE YOU THE DEAL YOU'VE WANTED See The New Automatic Frostguard G-E Refrigerator — No Defrosting ! SPECIAL SALE OFFER MONTH OF AUGUST-ASK US! McFALL & RUSCH in FENTON

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