The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1959 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 1, 1959
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I- ' : " i t Ji ?\ '' IV ' v ' I *$' , *' H* • ' P • t te Published By thi Upper DM Moiftit Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa * - Sflhe 6—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Oct. 1, John Bailey, Mr and Mrs William, Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantclmaii, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoober, Mr and Mrs John Munch and Mr and Mrs William Kading. Former Fenton Man Succumbs; Rites Monday Fenicn — Funeral services were held at Radehfft 1 Monday for Burton Skare. 42, former Fenton man, who died at Brice- •lytii Minn, enroute to a hospital. He suffered two heart attacks en- route to hospital. Mr Skare. a resident of dishing, la., was visiting at Bricelyn tvilh his brother George. Mi- Skare was born in December, 1916, the son of Mr and Mrs Sam Skare. He was graduated from Fenton high school in 1935. His father was a section foreman for the Northwestern railroad at Fenton. Survivors include a sister, Mrs Howard Robertson of Waterloo, ,and four brothers, Loren of Fenton. Ernest of Mohtezuma, Selmer of Lincoln, la. and George. His parents, one brother and one sister preceded him in death. He served in the army in India during the World War 2. Services and burial were at Radcliffe. la. Dr. and Mrs John Waite were in attendance at the funeral, Dr. Waite serving as a pallbearer. Wedding Anniversary Mr and Mrs Marion Stucki were pleasantly surprised Wednesday evening on their' 20th wedding anniversary when seven couples arrived to help them celebrate the occasion. . The self- invited guests presented Mr and Mrs StXicki with a gift, and also served lunch at the close of. the evening. Present "were Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki, Mr and Mrs 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 Mrs Richard Stucki is the new office- worker for Dr. E. W. Ruske. She succeeds Mrs Gilbert Scribnor Jr. who has resigned. Mrs Scribner had been with Dr, Ruske the past three years. The Scribners are moving to Fort Dodjte where Mr Scribner is employed. Dr. E. W. Ruske attended the Fort Dodge District Dental meet- ins held at Fort Dodge Monday of last week. Mr and Mrs William Haniel- man, Mary, Becky arid Glenn were Sunday guests in the parental W. B. Schmidtke home at Morristown, Minn. The occasion honored Mr Schmidtke's birth* day anniversary. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn and Susan Hantelman attended the wedding Sunday at Osseo, Minn, of John Philip Hantelman, son of Mr and Mrs Hilbert Hontel- man of Mankato. Mrs Levon Steinberger 'and boys were Tuesday eve. guests in the Rex Swanson home at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys were Sunday evening guests" in the Max Hialt home at Emmetsburg. ;. James Weisbrod, son of Mr and Mrs Lester Weisbrod underwent an appendectomy ; at Holy Family hospital"this, past week. John Gramenz left Wednesday morning for Iowa City. He. expects to be gone about' two weeks. More than half of the .1959 graduating class at Sentral is seeking further training. Of "the 38 students, only 14 are working at jobs. Enrolled in college are 17. One boy is in service, one girl is married, two are in beauty school,' two are in nurses' training, and one boy is at atraoTe. school. These figures wefe' "released by the office of Sentral's superintendent, D. G. Keoppel. Mrs Glen Flint entertained Saturday afternoon in honor of Robin Ann's 5th birthday,''Mrs David Berkland and Paula, "'Mrs Dick Underwood, Lynnora and Lynette, Mrs Charles Feye, Beth Ann and ' Karen, Mrs Harold Eimers and Dcbra, Mrs Merle Flint, Nancy, Connie and Becky, Sunday dinner, guests in the Glen Flint home in honor of Robin Ann's »5th birthday, -and Renee's 3rd birthday were ,Mr and Mrs Ed Uthof and family, Mian d Mrs Ray Ulhof and family, Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joanne, Mr and Mrs Ncls Flint and--Larry, Mr and Mrs Merle Flint and girls, Mr and Mrs Dennis Long and boys of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Jack Backer. Lynn Ruske;arrived home Sunday for. a month's leave with his parents, Dr. and Mrs ' : E:"-:W. Ruske. Lynn has been stationed for the past 13 months in Korea with the army. -.-.:.,.- ':..;..r- Mr and Mrs Carl Siewerl arid Mr and Mrs Marion . ; , Covert of Minneapolis were weekend guests in the Wilfred Stoeber'home." JIM Call Art Zumach — 5-3690 Lone Rock, Iowa He's got the hybrid corn that'll produce more for you next year—Northrup King hybrid corn. Ask him about the maturities that are the highest yielding in this area, and pick the cleanest. But don't wait too long. Avoid early selU outs. Give him a jingle today. mi -V w " FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN Dfl*P, NIW IPIA » .end GEHl EQUIPMENT Bu». Phone 3 Ret. Phone 60 v.i< '*-".«T,-"t *• ^'f-t ;f*r-"' W t , ' v- - >-" *-o] Dr. E. W, Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Aute & Tractor Repairs FENTON, IA. M. 0ERKUND Wffn*ed i§«)| Irtetf Broker and Farm Loan* Ifff ^38 Fenton, Iowa Marlow-Kramer Nuptials Lone Rock — Madonna Marlow, daughter of Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow, Lone. Rock, and Bernard Kramer, son. of Mr and Mrs Clarence Kramer, Riceville, Were united in marriage Sept, 12 at 9:30 a.m. in St. John's Catholic chuch at (Bancroft with thq* Msgr. J. H, Schulles performing' the dou'ble rjng cefemony^ . Sister Alberta was organist and the St. John's Choir provided the music. , The bride; was given i in. marriage { by her lather. 'She-wore a gown -of white silk Spanish mantilla late s over nyion'net and bridal-satin. The bp.dicejwas of basque styling of lace over satin. The neckline was a Sabrina, with a scalloped edge and pearl trim.. The sleeves were long lace ending at a point at the wrist. There was a chapel train, also cascading flounces with scalloped edging of lace, full skirt extending from the bodice and sweeping into a full chapel train at the back. The bride's veil was of white imported English bridal illusion with a queen's crown of pearlized orange blos&oms.'' Her only; jewdlrMsj\ve'r|: pearl earrings.' She carried' "a bridal bouquet of cascade white poms and yellow ,roses centered with a white mum. ' \ Her, maid of/honor Was pOnn& Gardner, bridesmaids were'Jean- ne Reding and Rosalee Reding and the junior bridesmaid was Gail Ann Marlow. Maynard Kramer served as-the faest man. Alvin Kramer- and Richard Kramer were groorhsr men. ,The ushers were Hobert Loss and Thomas Schiltz. Altai? boys were Michael Marlow and •Duane McCleish. •', T A wedding dinner was held at irioon at the Plantation for 40 •guests^ A reception was held at 2 p.m.* with Shirley Wagner of St. Joe taking care of the guest book and Karon Curran and Alma Illg taking care of th& gifts.' - ' • ' , Madonna graduated from Lone Rock high school and attended A.I.B. and worked as a secretary. Bernard Kramer graduated from St. Cecelia's, Academy and has been employed at Algona. After, •a* wedding 'trip cfor a week t6 _Nia'gara .'iFalls the couple is ( a£ " ,ome in Algona. (Isaacson F DM Engraving) I h rU Couple From India Guests For Weekend Near Fenton Fenton — Mr and Mrs Surender Singh and daughter Venita of Minneapolis were weekend guests in the Eugene Huskamp home. Mr Singh .will, receive his PH.D. from the University of Minnesota in December and then the family plans 'to return to India. Mr Singh has been in the states for seven years and Mrs Singh has been here three'.years. She received her Masters degree; from Penbody College .at -Nash-' ville, Tenn., She ••.taught; social* studies and; India Culture in the Twin Cities'for two years.; .They will be going back to a rural area where Mr Singh, hopes to 'build a church and a school. Th<? church will cost , approximately $2500 and of this amount, Mr Singh has been able to make and to save about $1500. (Following the building of the church, he hopes to build a trade school, which will be ..for .the boys who are high school graduates. At the present time there are seven India boys attending Duivwoodie Trade School in Minneapolis, and Mr Singh feels that they are good prospective teachers for the school. Mr and Mrs Ben Hayenga of Marysyille, California were.Mon- day dinner guests in the Harry Haase home, Among those attending' the shower for Mrs Norbert Biersledt of Algona, held at the home of Mrs Amanda Ruhnke at Whittemore, were Mrs Wilfred Bierstedt, Mrs Rueben Luedtke, Mrs Walter Pert! and Mrs Adolph Pertl, Mr and Mrs George Ricks and Doris of Titonka were last Sunday afternoon guests in the Roelf Miller home. Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs & family were Sunday evening callers. Sunday evening guests in tho L. J. Weisbrod home were Mr and Mrs Dave Newell, Sheri and Curtis of Mason City, Annette Vaux of Davenport and Mrs Anna Boevers. Mr and Mrs Chris Christensen of Osakis, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Emil Person, Lone Rock, spent Friday p.m. in the Floyd Dim* can home. The ladies are sisters. Mr and Mrs Lester Walter and daughter Shelley and Mrs E. F. Peter of Sylvan Grove, Kan. visited this last week with Mvs Arm^ Meyer and Elsie and other rela- twes in this area. Enroute hoine they visited other relatives at Steward and Grand Jsjand, N.el>. Mr wd Mr* wsliiw 'Amtawii of JCetchJkan, Alaska are visiting in the Duane Widdel home. Mrs Kenneth gage left We4* nesday of this week for her home in Arlington, Va. after spending a week with her mother, Mrs Alex-Radig.\, On , Sunday, Mrs) Radig entertained, hear 'family at dinner. Others present besides Mrs Sage were .Mr '_ and Mrs Donald Radig and family, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig and family^ Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig, Mr and Mrs Harold Gross .and family of Whittemore, Dr. and Mrs Leroy'' Henricksen and family of Arm- istrotig, Mr ; and Mrs Glenn Bern t-. son and Pauline and Eugene •Radig of Omaha. > J Mr and Mrs Peter Koenck are the?parents' of a 7 lb. 10 02. son born Tuesday Sept. 22 at the Holy- Family .Hospital. He h'as been named. Timothy Peter. Mr and Mrs Allen. 'Bellinger of Fenton and Mrs Gus Koenck! of Emmetsburg are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Dean NelHs of Fort Dodge spent the weekend with Mrs Amanda Kern. Fenton Boy Wins Position On Team Jerry Fritz Freyholtz, son of Mr and Mrs Fritz Freyholtz of Fenton, has gained position on, the Concordia High School football squad, at St. Paul. Jerry is a junior and is a-ministerial training student at Concordia (High School. Concordia High is an all-boy: school of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, The school has an enrollment of approximately 200 students, the majority of which are preparing for the teaching or preaching ministry, Coming Events Thursday, Oct. 1 — Woman';* Society of Christian Service; Fairville Ladies Aid. Wednesday, Oct. 7 — St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid, !_^_»J&*ii MRS, ARDETH N«w» Editor Seneca G/r// Algeria Man To Wed, Oct. 78, L-Cree* CARP OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere appreciation for the flowers, gifts aiid cards received on our 25th wedding anniversary. Mr and Mri Paul Eigler, Fenton. '.•" '• -.' •'. •' ' • 39* • r QARP Of THANKS We :wish, to express our <jeep fpprecjation lor 41 the gifts an§ kindnesses extended to us by our relatives and friends during our recent bereavement. Paul Cornelius and Family 39* Seneca — Mr and Mrs Lewis Brcese announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Susan, above, to Fred M. Erickson, son of Mr and Mrs Donald Erickson, Algona. The wedding will be solemnized Sunday, Oct. 18 at the Immanuel Lutheran church in Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs 1 Martin Wilberg and Jerry were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Harry Vahl* dieck Home at High Lake. -' Marilyn Johannesen, student *at Augustana College, at SiOux Falls, S. t).-, spent the weekend with her parents, the Fred Jbhannesens. Margaret Nielsen, > student at Waldorf College, Forest City, spent the weekend with her parents, the Carl Nielsens., Terry, Bob, Patty and Becky Beaver of Estherville spent the Weekend with their grandparents, 'the -Charles Beavers. Mrs Cecil Langerman was hostess to the Seneca Thursday club at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs Wm. Dorsey arranged the entertainment. Several Senecans attended the Nazareth Lutheran Women's Missionary Federation Guest Day at Armstrong Wednesday. From here were Mrs Melvin Bratrud, Mrs August Nelson, Mrs Curtis Olsen, Miss Bertha;- Olsen, ;Mr^s Henry Wilberg, Mrs Martin Wilberg and Mrs Henry Looft. Mr and Mrs Charles Beaver visited at : the home of the latter's mother, Mrs' Henry Brown of Estherville Sunday evening. The three of them went to the Holy Family hospital where they saw their .grandson and great.-.grandson, Charles Raymond Gardner, son of the Virgil Gardners. Bertha Olsen enjoyed, a visit from a cousin, Mrs Emma Dacken of Minneapolis this past week. Mr and Mrs : Donald Shaw and- family of Fenton were Friday 'evening dinner guests at the Calvin Vaudt home. Mr and Mrs Everett Witham drove to Mitchell, S. D., Wednesday morning. ' , A Seneca Saddle Club directors meeting, was held at the Everett Witham home, Tuesday evening. The, group planned a party for members having birthdays in Oct. 'Mrs; Hans Thompson took ''her daughter 'Rose ; Ann to Mankatb Siinday where she is a student at Mankato State Teachers College. >' Mr and Mrs Charles "Osborh spent last weekend at Stewartville, Minn, where they visited the Roy Osborns. James Geilenfeld arrived Friday from Spencer, Mass. He, •came to attend the wedding of his-sister Janet Sunday. 'Janice Osborn, student at Mankato Business College, spent the weekend with her parents, the Lester Osborns. \ Dorothy Peter&en who is taking a course in Beauty Culture at Fort Dodge, spent Saturday 'night and Sunday with her parents, .the Alfred Petersens. - Mr and Mrs Russell Kauffman and daughters, Pamela and Peggy, also Mrs Roger'Osborn and Debbie were "recent callers at the Larry Swensen home at Radcliff. Mr and Mrs Joe Crowley went, to Waterloo last Saturday where they visited with Mrs Crowleys sister, Mrs Rose Arends, who is a patient at the St. Francis POS- pital there. Mrs Arends, who is 79 years old, sustained a back injury when she fell on a street • last Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Norval .Gochanour 'of Armstrong were Sunday afternoon guests of the Alfred Peder- sens. Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen -were Sunday afternoon '.caller's at the Jim Rasmussen home near Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Lewis Breese, Susan and Fred Erickson attended the wedding of Miss Sharon Allen' and Florence 'Worden at Qhatfield, Minn. Saturday evening. •-,-M.r and Mrs VirgiJ Gardner are .proud parents of a baby boy 'born Friday evening at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. The little lad . will be named Charles Raymond. Charles is the first grandchild for the Raymond Gardners. The maternal grand'' parents are Mr and Mrs Charles Beaver. Mr and Mrs Leo Crowley were hosts Sunday at*a family dinner honoring the > members of the family who, have September .birthdays, ,-Thdse honored hi' eluded Beckey" Teagu<* and Bud Letcher. Present for, the Occasion were Mr and Mrs George Rohlin and Mr' and Mrs Roy Rohlin, Swea City; Mr and, Mrs Bud Let^ cher and sohs of Buffalo Center; Mr and Mrs Cassie Anderson, Armstrong; Mr and Mrs Don Anderson and Susan, Fairmont; Mr Myrl Johnson, Swea Cfty; Mr and Mrs Jean Teague and daugh- .ters, Swea City; and Mr and Mrs Virgil Preston-and sons, Armstrong. . Mrs Ole Pedersen ,left last Friday morning for ' Sioux City where she is now a patient at the, Methodist Hospital. . Mrs August Hansen of Ringsted was a iFriday afternoon visitor at the Alfred Petersen home. To Dairy Congress Kossuth County will take part in thd 1958 Wa 4-M Dairy Judging Contest at Waterloo, Oct. 2. 4-H members tKat will represent the county in the judging contest are — Gary Banwart of Ottoseji; Charles Biefstedt aria Art Mbgler, Whlttefhtrt'e; 3*om Nurre, .Bancroft and Jfbhtt T. ftu« All Sizes* Upper OeS Moiftes Of* fice Supply Dept., Phone CY 4« 1535, Algona. fa Water H&afet:/s,.a$: Water Heaters •... are safe and dependable quick* recovery, too. IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY I NEED MORE HORSESHOES! I Only Have 200 lOc EACH for ANY HORSESHOE I don't care where they come frem just so the horse is not attached, BIG or SMALL, NEW or USED VOIGT INSURANCE lows (37-38,39) Mr* Farmer: i ,• .» RIS - VAN Quality Liquid Fertilizer Does TWO Jobs for You t When Used This Fall FIRST - It provides the greatest "rotting down" action known in the I fertilizer field. ' f SECOND — It releases nutrients in your crop 1 residues; 'plus its own nutrients, to provide the greatest "get "up and go" power your FOR THE BEST FERTILIZER SERVICE IN; THE COUNTRY Get RIS - VAN, Man, That's Fertilizer!! Fenton Co- Phone 14 Complete Fertilizer Service Fenton, Iowa Twin Billing for '60 Chevrolet &fCorvair On Display Oct. 2 ALSO TO BE SHOWN 1960 Chevy Truck li AT W Chevrolet FiNTQN, IOWA

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