The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1959 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 6, 1959
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Published By The Upper Des Maine* Publishing Co., Algeria, Iowa ,1959 HAtVUISON 4-Alaona (la.) Upp*f D«* MoHt»» Thursday, August 6, Theesfield To New Position, Northrup King Fenion — Richard Theesfield, for 2& years opera tor of Dick's cafe in Fenton, left early Monday morning to begin work as a salesman for Northi-up King Seed company out of Minneapolis. His territory \vill foe eleven counties from the Iowa state line to Humboldt county on the south, from Spencer to Mason City. Milton Galloway of Corwith, who had this territory, was transferred to Wisconsin. Theesfield has been sellirrg the company seed for the Fenton Co-operative Elevdtor company here for a'bout a month. Meeting the public is not ne\v for Theesfield. He operated his own grocery store before going into the cafe 'business. He worked for the O. P. Skaggs grocery in Fairmont and the Council Oaks store in Humboldt and Estherville His parents arc the Clarence Theesfields of Fairmont. He is married and has 3 children. Susan 11, Lynn, 9, and Randy, 7. Mrs Don Steinberger and boys spent Saturday night and Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Harlan Askland in Estherville. Mr and Mrs Ronald Beardsley are the parents of a baby boy . born July 27 in the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Brian Michael weighed 8 pounds and 10 oz. Mf and Mtt fcioyd K*«i and family and Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller and boys were Sunday dinner guests in the Art Mueller home. M* and Mr» Harold Schmidt and family of Renseallar, New York, were honored at a picnic held Sunday in the Fenton Community Center. Among those attending were people from Minnesota, Algona, Dollivcr and the Fenton area. Nadine Welsbtod, James W6is- brod, Jim Hartman and Loren Menz are among the campers attending Camp Quest this week at the Methodist camp-grounds at Okoboji. Beth Ann Newel and Mrs Herschel are camp counselors. Miss Janet Walker is Camp pianist. Betty Cody Is Honored At Bridal Shower STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, Iowa Fenion — Betty Cody Was honored with a miscellaneous shower 'Sunday afternoon at the parish house in Depew. Mrs Harvey Nelson 1 , sister of the bride-to-be, was in chargo of the program. A vocal... solo When I Was Just A Little Girl" oy Mary Lou Larsen accompanied by her sister, Norma Jean. Mrs Robert Huskamp presented two readings for the bride-to-be. Remarks were given by. ..Rev. Oliver Johnson on a blue print of starting a home. A skit on "Learning How To Drive A Car' was presented by Mrs Laurence Mueller, Mrs Wayne Boettcher Mrs Cecil Langerman and Marsha Langerman. An accordion and harmonica duet was presented by Marilyn Johanneson and Mrs Elmer Randa. Mrs Laurence Mueller -and Mr Harvey Nelson, sisters of the bride-tb-be, helped Betty in open ing her many lovely gifts. Con nie Mueller, a niece of the bride to j be was. in charge of the'rib bons and Mrs Wayne Boettche listed the gifts. Lunch was;_serv ed toy' the ^hostesses with Mr Harvey Nelson ai'the silver, ser vice. • Betty, the daughter of Mrs Duella Cody and the late Amer Cody, will marry Mr R. .Djwd Gunderson, son of Mrs Ralph Gunderson, 1893 South Walts Avenue, Sioux Falls, So. Dak., on Saturday evening, August 8th at 7:30 in St. John's •Lutheran Church in Depew: Mrs E. J. Frank. Mrs Richard Schiltz and daughters and Mi's Don Shaw recently visited in the Howard Rabey home at Cedar Falls and in the Robert Johansen home in Minneapolis, Minn. Richard Sehlli* and daughters have returned to their home in Long Beach, Calif, after spending the past 5 weeks in the home of Mrs E. J. Frank. The Fenton Forward* held their achievement day July 31. Mrs Henry Looft and Mrs Thornsen of Lone Rock were judges. Visitors were the mothers and Mrs Victor Dreyer, Mary Staudt, Ann Walters. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family, Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and family and Mrs Amanda Kern were Saturday evening guests in the Derwood Kern home at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Paul Winter and Juljic of Lakota were Sunday visitors in the Roelf Miller home. Mr and Mrs Calvin Householder of Phoenix, Ariz., and Mr and Mrs Ralph Wolf and family of 'San Antonio visited several daya ast week in the Rex Wolf home. Mr and Mrs Herman Radig ,f Breckenridge, Minn, were allers in the W. H. Eimers home Monday. Mr Radig's sisters, Mrs Martha Wild and Mrs Earl Vas- jinder of Pasadena, Calif., were callers there last Friday. Mr and Mrs Albert Milchell, Mr and Mrs Nyles Heggen, Gayen and David, Rev. and Mrs Oliver Johnson and family, 'IV incl Mrs Melvin Berkland and 'amily, Mr and Mrs Ervin Solberg and Lileth, Mr and Mr* Nelvin 'Egland &nd Tilferd Eg,and, members of St. John's Lu Dorothy Mad sen, Seneca To Be Bride August B Seneca '—* 'Dorothy was? feted at • a miscellaneous bridal shower held for her Tues* day evening at the Seneca school gymnasium. Carolyn Madsen registered the guests and Susan Sullivan had charge of the gifts. Gladioli corsages, were presented to, thfe honored guest, also her mother, Mrs Melvin Madseri, hef grandmother, Mrs Chester Heck oi Armstrong and an aunt, Mi's Hay Kinnander also of Armstrong. . • Mrs Robert Burt announced tha program which consisted o'f t a mock wedding with the following people taking part: Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Delmar Fise'hef, Mrs Claude Johnson, Mrs Larmon Haddle, Mrs Cecil Baldwin, Mrs Lyle England, Mrs Everett: Witham, Mrs Lewis Breese and Mi's Alvin Godiredsen. ' - Mrs Henry Looft presented a reading and Nancy Fischer, two songs. The bride-to-ibe was assisted in opening her gifts by Virginia Watkins of Georgia, Sherry Heck of Armstrong, Lynne Godfredseh Lake, and Carolyt of Spirit Madsen. .heran church in Depew and Mrs Linus Jensen, Mrs Jens Halverson, and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Malverson, Merle and Barbara of Blakjer Lutheran church were among those attending the Lutheran Bible Camp which has been held the past two weeks, at Medicine Lake near Minneapolis, Minn. Part of the group attend-, ed the full two weeks, others for one week and part of them for several days. Mrs Kenneth Johnson and We Invite You To Use The FREE TRAVEL SERVICE family, Mrs E. K. Johnson and Candyce Vaudt spent Thursday and Friday in the Forrest Hannifan home at Toledo. Lynett and Carol Johnson who had spent a week in the Hannifan home returned home Friday. Mr and Mrs Frank McFall were Wednesday evening visitors in the Rex Wolf home. Mr and Mrs Robert Anderson and Roger of Des Moines spent from Wednesday to Friday visiting Fenton friends. They were houseguests of Mr and Mrs! J. A Schwartz. , .Thursday, ,eve n.i ; .n g they were;a : -picnic a the'Frank McFall home; Others attending were Mr and Mrs Ar' Voigt and Mr and Mrs Wendel Rusch and Margo. Mr and Mrs Frank McFall weri Monday evening visitors in th home of Mr and Mrs Raymond -Lister. Mr and Mrs Alfred Wishmen, Mrs Lena Kohlwes and; Mrs 'Herman Hens of Minneapolis, and Mrs Vic Struecker and daughter were Wednesday evening guests in the E. H. Dreyer home. Mr and Mrs E. H. Dreyer accompanied by Mrs Lena Kohlwes and Mrs Herman 'Hens spent Monday .in the Duane Dreyer home in Humboldt. Honored guests -at a pot-luck picnic supper at the' Ed Bruhn home Thursday evening were the Rev. and Mrs H. D. Stahmer and son Nathan, 1-2, of Churdan, la., and their granddaughter, Pat- Refreshments were served" at a beautifully appointed table., Dor othy's grandmother, Mrs Ohes er Heck poured t ; Hostesses included Mrs Law rence Ullenswang, Mrs Geongi Jbhnson, Mrs Ronald Frierrriuth Mrs Roy Klein, Mrs Leslie Den ton, Mrs Albin Berkness, Mrs Trancis Sullivan, Mrs Lester Osborn, Mrs Carl Neilsen, Beverly Odin, Mrs Robert Burt, Mrs Lylp England, Mrs Cecil Baldwin, Mrs Alvin Godfredsen, Mrs Ernest Davis, Mrs Larmon Haddle, Mrs Roger Osborn, 1 Mfs Russell Kauff-< man, Mrs Leo. Guerdet, Mrs Waunita Guerdet Hass and-Mrs Carrie Odin. Dorothy Madsen and Jerry Bliss of St. .Johns, Kansas will be married Aug. 8 at 7:30 p.rn, at the St. Johrfs Lutheran church near Ringsted. ' j Farewell For Hartshorns Friends and neighbors of the Caleb Hartshorn family honored them at a farewell courtesy held at their home Thursday evening Mr and.Mrs- Hartshorn #efe, presented, with a purse of .money ias-a'farewell gift from the grou^., " Thdse . ;present' were Mr''arid Mrs Ole Pedersen, Mr and Mrs Ernest Mueller, Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt, Mr and Mrs Henry Looft, Mr and Mrs John Strueck- er and sons, Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn, Mr and Mrs Cecil Baldwin, Mr and Mrs Frank Meyers*; Mr and Mrs William Dorsey and Sharon, Mr and, Mrs Ted Jensen, Sunday. All the-children and heir families were present with he exception of Jerry who is In he navy. Mr and Mrs Wayne wilberg and family came from LalPorte, Indiana, Lloyd Wilberg, Minneapolis, Mr and'Mrs Donald Wil- jerg and Dennis, Fairmont, Winn., Mr and Mrs Marvin Wil- Derg, Fort Dodge, and Bob Wil oerg. Mr and Mrs Wayne Wilberg spent a couple of days, here before returning to LaPorte, Their children Jimmie arid Janet wil spend the remainder of the summer with their grandparents. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft' spent last weekend at Des Moines visiting with their son and wife, Mr and Mrs Richard Looft. Mrs Berihjl Pomrner of Algona accompanied them as far as Ames where she spent the weekend with her daughter and family. Guests at the Calvin Vaudt home Monday afternoon included Mrs Richard Schultz and daughters of Long Beach, Calif., Mra Don Shaw and John, Mrs Emil Frank, Mrs E. K. -Johnson and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and family all of Fenton. •••"<•• Mr and Mrs Kenneth Litcher and family of Alexandria, Soutb Dakota were last Saturday afternoon callers at the Lester Osborn nome. Kenneth Litcher is a breather of Mrs Osborn. Mr and Mrs, John Kressin of Algona e n t er't a i ri e d Seneca friends at an informal dinner at Mr and Mrs John Struecker ahd sons anj M* and Mfli Cal* vin Vaudt' aftd fafhlly sp&ftt ,&un* d&y'at the Sac City at tfM 'Haf* old S&hhtee home. -, ; , •Mr ahd MM .Ernest, Mtiefief: left* Tuesday* rtiglit b^"tfain We Sacramento, Calif., where they will visit with their daughter Grace and family, the Wayns Fihnestads. auer aftd family attended a Baas and Gaiteenauer reutiion at Fair- M«ftt. M> alid MfS Arthur Gfti- andi faulty from Lift" . were visitors over the LONE ROCK NEWS Mr and Mrs Holland Baxter and family visited in the- R&bert Gappa home at Ayrshire Sttnday. Mrs,Lawrence,Newbro'ugh entertained -a group of laiSIes Saturday afternoon for an acquaintance of Mrs Hulda Schultz. 1 Those present Were Mrs Thelnta JRamus, A, D. Newbrough, Ed Blanch&rd and Pauline Flaig. """ (Mrs Hulda Schultz of Waukegan, 111. was a caller Tuesday in he home of Mrs Ruth Krueger Mr and Mrs Charles House- jolder and family were callers VTonday in the home of Mrs Margaret Householder and Everett Householder. their home Sunday evening. Guests included Mr and Mrs Virgil Gardner, Mr and Mrs Dennis Brietertfeld, Mr and JVLrs Ronald Friermuth and daughters of Estherville, Sharon Dorsey Kenley ZXyiefel and Kathryn Johannesen. Mr and Mrs Olaf Oftedah spent last week in Des Moines where Mr Cftedahl attended a school custodians short course •Mr and Mrs Elmer Letche and Shirley accompanied by two grandchildren spent Friday nigh at the home of their daughter and family, the Lester Osborns. They were enroute to Missouri o 'visit other' relatives.- ; "(Mr and Mrs Bruce Hill cff Ti- bnka were Sunday and Monday .guests at the parental Olaf Oftedahl home. t fend Mr* Lawrence Oaten*, weekend in the Geitzenauet Mis Glenn Berrnstsch and children oi. Paulina were supper and Saturday evening guests m the Gerald Radig hofne. JUST ARRIVED! Carload Of New pull typ ie CORN PICKERS We're Ready to Deal — Right! WANTED TO BUY, SCRAP IRON, JUNK CARS, OLD MACHINERY. We also pick up tin and wire. , Phone me at Algona, Cypress 4-4508 LEONARD PESiCKA ALGONA 31* ALSO BEHLEN - SPEEDY - SIOUX Corn Cribs On Hand Fenion, Iowa Pickup a postage-paid card at our station — fill it in and I mail it with your request for maps, routes, motel, hotel or camping information, etc. lt ; S ALL FREE -^ AND NO OBLIGATION STANDARD TRAVEL SERVICE Hansen's Standard Service On. Highway 44: — Fenton. Iowa FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FEN'TON, IA. • , THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEIS3ROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA ond GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Re». Phpna 60 Dr, E* W. Rusko DENTIST Office Phono 79 Residence 25 i, Iowa rJcia Peters, 8, o* LeMars, The former pastor of St. Luke's theran church, Fairville and his wile were teaching leather crafl to a junior group at the Missouri Synod Walther League camp on West Lake Okoboji. Others attending were Mr and Mrs Gerhart Hanitelman, Mr and Mrs Ed Priebe, Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman and Mr and Mrs William Han-telman and family. Mrs Henry Hartke of Buckly. Illinois has been a recent -visitor in the Charles Theesfield home. Mrs Hartke, a sister of- Mrs Theesfield accompanied the Elmer Neiman family to Fenton. The Neimans were enroute to the Black Hills. The group returned to Illinois Monday, Mr and Mrs Vincent Will, Ann and Edith of Williamsfield, 111. were recent visitors in the Kenneth Halverson home. Overnight guests Thursday in ie Clayton Ditsworth home were VIr and Mrs Andrew Zeock and on Joey of Reading, Pa., Mrs eock and Mrs Ditsworth were oommates when they were eachers at Kenyon, Minn. Mrs cock is a homehound teacher at eading. She spends two hours wice a week with a homebound tudent so thai he can keep up is school work. She has had-sl.U'. dents bedfast with polio and icart conditions, from 4th grade hrough high school. This fall he will have four, two of whom she had this year and advanced o tho next grade. Mr Zeock is ^ mail clerk in the Reading postal department. Mi 1 and Mrs Jerry Jentz, Mr and Mrs Lyle ; England -and family, Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and sons, Mr and Mrs Clarence Osborn and David, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Andre and family and Mr and Mrs Charles Beaver and Kenneth; also Mr and Mrs Roy Klein and grandchildren, Mr and Mrs Clarence Menz and family, Mr and Mrs Leon McCoy 'and family of" Swea. City and Ronnie Ghrisohilles -of_ Fenton; Mr and Mrs Hartshorn anr 1 Jeannie, also Jim Geilenfeld plan to leave the early part of the week for Spencer, 'Mass, where Mr Hartshorn is : employed. Their daughter Marcia, Mrs Dennis Brietewfeld, will accompany her husband, who is home on furlough to Fort Sill, Okla They plan to leave on Monday Wilberg Family Reunion A family reunion was held a the Martin Wilberg home las 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 i 21006 ! 20216 ANNOUNCEMENT THE PHILLIPS "66" SERVICE STATION IN FENTON HAS BEEN OPERATING THE STATION IT WILL BE KNOWN AS THE \\ A Sincere "Thank You" The patronage we have received in the past has been most appreciated. We know that you will find continued good service and an interest in the welfare of your car and its operation from the new lessee, Kenny Krause. Again, thank you. — Mrs Levon Steinberger Tank Wagon Service Will, Continue In Charge of * DON'S SERVICE CO. Merle Voigt, Tank Driver Call Station As Usual - Phone 157 FENJON - A GOOD TOWN TO DO BUSINESS IN HANT1UVUWS' Awto «T Trortor Repairs FENTON, IA, UOYD M. BERKLAND licenstd Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Awctjon Serviw 2^3 Fenton, Iowa Coming Events Thursday, Aug. 6 — W.S.C.S.; Fairville Ladies Aid. Friday, Aug. 7 — Legion Auxiliary. & total of 31,700,000 dozen eggs were exported by the U.S. in 1957, as compared with 44700.000 ..and That's right Mom! bath time can be Anytime '• t , ' ere electricity does ever Magic words of Modern Living Today and in the • WISE MOMS KNOW that plenty of hot water is |ust what's needed to keep lads clean! That goes for clothes dishes - th© whole housenola ")ay and nteHt, your automatiq qmcfcrecoyery electric r neater Mves you AU* the hocwater needed time, lOWAElECTBIC LlGHT AHO*

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