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Published By The Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa August 20, MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON N«wt Editor former Fenton Folks Honored On Anniversary Fenlon — More than 40 person^ attended a picnic Aug. 16 in honor of the silver wedding anniversary of former Fenton residents, Mr and Mrs Glenn Bits- worth of- Shawnee, Okla. Their cottage on West Okoboji was headquarters for the guests. Mrs Ditsworth, the former Margie Kleinheksel, was an elementary teacher in the" Fen" ton school. From Wash'ta were the Lynn and John Hodgdon families and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Wych From Waterloo was the Clayton Kleinheksel family 'and a married daughter and her husbanc from Minneapolis. Others, were .he Cecil Kleinheksel family of Brookings, S. D., the Clifford Kleinheksel family of Brccken- ridge, Minn., the John KleinheK- sel family of Archer. Mr and Mrs Arthur Den Hartog and son of Orange City, the Clayton Ditsworth family of Fenton, Reba Ditsworth of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Wallace Brown and Mr and Mrs Russell Brown of Gruver. Also- attending were Mrs Ben Skaar of Paulina and Mrs Swen Skaar of Arnolds Park, sisters of Mrs Clayton Kleinheksel. Depew Circle Met The North Depcw Fellowship Circle met August 13, in the Albert M'itchell home atfter rain forced them to leave the city park. This was their annual guest day. Mrs Nyles Heggen led devotions. Marilyn Berkiand •and; Patricia Runke each gave a poem, Marilyri Franson played an accordion selection and Kathy Vorland sang a solo. Guests were Mrs Gerhart Vorland, Mrs David Berkiand, Mrs Dale Voigt, Mrs Oscar Sorensen, Mrs Richard Underwood, Mrs Ted Neilson, Mrs Elmer Johnson, Mrs Harry Barkve, Mi-s Uldrick Join, Mrs Chris Chr.istenson, Mrs Thomas Twaiten, Gladys Naig and Mrs Silas Finnested. Mr and Mrs Norman Thompson and Sherry of San Bernadino, Calif, were Tuesday callers In the Albert Mitchell home. MX and Mts Howard Blersledi and family of 'Lone Rock were Thursday evening visito'rs in the Frank Mueller home. Mr and Mrs ErVin Kassulke, Michael, Debra and Kent of Tri- Mont, Minn, were guests in the Ray Stoeber home Wednesday and Thursday. The Kassulkes were enroute home from a vacation ttip. Monday evening, dinner guesls in the Gerald Vorgt home were Mr and Mrs E. C. Weisbrod and Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber. Mr and Mrs WUfred Stoeber and Wayne Stoeber arid Douglan Geitzenauer returned home Saturday after speeding a week at the Prairie Gold Boy Scout camp at Lake Okoboji. Judy Eigler returned home Wednesday after finishing her summer session at the University of Iowa. Mrs Florence Behne and Janet returned home Saturday after spending the summer months at Mrs Will J. Weisbrod Succumbs; Rites Held Thursday, Aug 20,. 1959 Algona (!«.) 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BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 •, Fenton, Iowa Rock-lord. Mrs Behne is on the Scnlral teaching staff and Janet will enroll at Kahler Hospital School of Nursing at Rochester, Minn. Mr and Mrs Norman Bollinger of Audubon spent the weekend visiting relatives and friends in the Fenlon area. The Frieri'dly Neighbor Club's annual picnic and guest day was held in the Fenton park Thursday afternoon. The ladies enjoyed a social hour and lunch. Mr and Mrs E. L. Gravley and family of Denton, Texas were visitors this past week in the Kenneth Halverson home. Mr and Mrs Mark Simmons of Fairmont and Mr and Mra George Jentz were weekend guests in the Clellan Wildes home at Cedar Rapids. Mrs Wildes is a daughter of the Simmons.' .Also a guest in the..Wil- "desThome wa's'TVfaHTyn Jentz of Indianapolis, Ind., a daughter of Mr and Mrs Jentz. Elsie Meyer was the lucky winner at'the Friday nitc drawing at Fenton. Mrs Loretta Denjal. Mike and Tom and Kate Denjal of Yankton, S. D. were Sunday afternoon callers in the Clarence Yager home. Mrs Freda Siems and Mr and Mrs Omar Lenning and Linda visited with friends in Minnesota over the weekend. Sunday dinner guesls in the DeLond Votteler home were Mr and Mrs Ervin Votteler and family, Mr and Mrs Ernest Vobteler and Mrs Robert Votteler, Kathy and Lisa. Mrs Robert Votteler and daughters are visiting in the Ernest Votteler home. Mrs E. K. Johnson entertained at a coffee party Wednesday afternoon, Mrs Warren Jones, Mrs Weber Yager, Mrs Emma Riemers, Mrs Arlo Ranney, Mrs Clarence Wegener, Mrs E. C. Weis'brod, Mrs G. B. Johnson, Mrs Esther Frank. Mr and Mrs Harlan Eimers and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson left Friday for a 5-day vacation trip. They planned to go to Minneapolis, Wisconsin Dells, and to Milwaukee to see some baseball games. Mrs Carl Veer Jr. and children of Rochester arrived Wednesday in the parental Roelf Miller home. Mr Veer came Friday evening and the group returned home together Sunday. Other guests in the Miller home Friday evening included Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs and family of Titonka and'Mr;and Mrs Paul .Winter and Julie of Lakota. Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman, Paul and Dennis Stuck! returned home, Saturday after a two week vacation trip. Highlights of their trip included Glacier National Park, Crater of the Moon in Idaho, and Telon mountains. >^ Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mrs Albert Mitchell and Mrs Melvin Berkiand and children surprised Mrs Nyles Heggen with a party in honor of her birthday Monday' afternoon. Fenton—Funeral services were held Tuesday aftcrnbbrt at tho Fenton Methodist church for •Mrs Will Weisbrod, 87, long time resident of this vicinity. Mrs Weisbrod died Friday, Aug. 14, nl a Des Moincs Hospital. Death was due to cancer of the liver. She had been ill for several years. •Funeral rites were held at 2 p.m. with Rev. Harvey Walker officiating. The Thomas Funeral Home was in charge and Interment was in the family lot at the Fenton cemetery. Anna Wagner Weisbrod was born Aug. 5, 1872 at Sun Prairie Wis. Dec.-11, 1889 she was mur- ricd to William J. Weisbrod, a Burl. The couple lived on a tern two miles east of Fenton. Wi-i husband preceded her in death April 4, 1958. Mrs Weisbrod is survived b.\ three daughters, Florence of De Moines, Elinor, Mrs Ray Bcrke o Fort Worth, Texas; and Alice SENECA NEWS The Herbert Krnuses and Mrs Glen Cage have been vacntion- ng the past week in northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Henry Loofl attended commencement exercises at the University of Iowa Wcd- icsday evening, Aug. 12. Their son John was among the 050 students who received degrees from the State University of Iowa that evening. His degree was Master of Science in Mnthomn- tics. The John Loofts loft tho following day for Rwheslor. Minn, whore Mr Loofl hn.s accepted a teaching position. Mr and Mrs Francis Sullivan spent last WMk on a sight seeing vocation trip through Missouri, Arknna.'is, Oklahoma, Kansas ami Iowa, Tht.-y \^isilorl at the Shol- don Merrill home nt Buffalo, Missouri and other friends at Shemmdnnh, Jwvji. Mr nml Mis Henry 1/ooft. visited with Mth Cari'ii' Ji'iiscn ;it the hospitn! ill I<»wn City last. Wcd- nosdny afternoon. Mrs Jensen who suffered a broken hip in a fall recently, was recuperating as well as could be expected and was planning on being moyed Friday to the home of her son and family, the Maurice Jensens, Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs FjoHand of Brooklyn, New York, who were house- guests at the Tieda Johanneseft homo at Fairmont, Minn, this past week, wore also guests at t.he Martin Witbergs, John Johati- ncaen, Lawrence Johannesen, Fred Johannesen and Henry Looft homes. Mrs Hugo Dcnkcr of Lester. A son Donald died Oct. 30, 1050. There arc live grandchildren and 13 great "grandchildren. Two sisters preceded her in death. Active in many community affairs, Mrs Weisbrod was, a member of the Methodist church where she taught Sunday school for many years. She helped organize the first 4-H cluib at Fenton, the Fenton Forwards, in 1926. She served as leader and assistant leader for more than 30 years. She was a charter member of the Fenton Woman's club organized in 1927. Picnit Gathering Among those enjoying a picnic dinner in the city park Sunday were Mr and Mrs Will Wehrspann of Otto'sen, Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl and Albert Meyer o[ Algona, , Mr,, and . Mrs. r ,George. Wichtendahl and Mr arid' Mrs Gordon Jenson of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs John Geitzenauer, Milton Geitzenauer, Mr and Mrs Delberl Geitzenauer and family, Mrs Alice Parker and Larry, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bollinger, Mr and Mrs Norman Bollinger, Mi and Mrs Wayne Bollinger, Mrs Bill Luek, Bertha Kresin, Mr and Mrs Wilmcr Wichtendahl and Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Otto Wichtendahl. The occasion was in honor of Mrs Otto Wichtendahl's birthday. Mrs Duane Widdel and Patty and Mrs Levon Steinberger and Jimmy spent Friday and Saturday in Austin, Minn. Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer, Mrs Alice Parker and Larry were Saturday visitors in the Cecil Parker home in Moville. Two In Fenton Family Injured In Accidents The Carl Jensen family at Fenton had more than its share of trouble during the weekend. Mr Jensen was rushed to a hospital at Estherville Friday when he injured a leg in a fall from a ladder while he was painting at the Eugene Mansager farm near Fenton. He has a blood clot on his knee. The following day, Dale Jensen. 5, was playing ball with another of the Jensen's sons, Freddie, 7, when a bat swung by the older boy hit Dale in the mouth and loosened two of his front teeth. Coming Events Thursday, Aug. 27 Aid. 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