The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1959 · Page 12
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Published By the Upper Oes Maine* Publishing Co., AljjOtta, Iowa October 22, 1959 MIS. AftDETH HALVERSON s N«w» Editor 6-Algono (la.) Upper Dei Meines Thursday, Oct^ MODERN ONE-STORY Home For SALE IN FENTON 3 Bedrooms, large living Room, Dinette-Kitchen, Utility Room, Full Bath. Zoned Gas Heat, Thermopane Windows. Convenient Basement Garage. Shady Corner lot, PRICED TO SELL. I . i .JTAB*,,. *.~»-.*Js3U I «... >*r- vM^W*.-*— " »»5*-» * ' *•-' - '- v.m*M**-*.. ^^m GERALD VOIGT, FENTON LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER P.. (4HO you can count on us to understand your heatoig needs... to give fast, efficient delivery You can count on heating comfort when you count on J - Standard Oill STANDARD HOME HEATING OIL WITH STA-CLEAN* * Jim Meyer, Fenton Phone Feiiton 44 or Lone Keck WA. 5-0315 STANDARD Only an. Electric Water Heater is I dttow Water Heaters • Prevents rapid cooling.. .hoards heat... saves money. Unused water stays hot for days. IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY ft m !i%'$t\ Ifgf 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 Repair* FENTON, IA. -, LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa Book Reviewed At Meeting Of Fenton Club Fenfon — Mrs Harvey Walker reviewed the hook "The Ugly American," Thursday at the meeting of the Fenton Woman's Club. It depicts the inferior preparation and complete lack of training of our ambassadors. While the Humidors of the book are fictional, the incidnts of the plot have occurred to members of our foreign service or the authors, Willinm J. Leclerer and Eugene Bur dick. Other comments at the club meeting included: "Ambassadorships are usually awarded aa political plums with no concern for the recipient's fitness for the posts." "Our ambassador to Russia is the only U.S. ambassador who speaks the language of the country to which he goes." "Our ambassador to Germany speaks French, but no German. Our ambassador lo France speaks German, but no French." Mrs Emil Frank was hostesil to the club in her home, with Mrs A. C. Krueger, co-hostess in absentia. Record Attendance At s Lutheran Women's Day -Other members present at the meeting included Kenneth Bea- er, Richard England, Roger England, Mike Hassel, Craig Jenen, Tim Struecker, Loren Menz nd Bryon Johnson. Fenton Forwards Install The Fenton Forwards met at the home of Bonnie Jentz Oct. 12. The meeting was called to order by the president, Karen Seegebarth. Sixteen members answered. rail call. The new leaders, Mrs Lloyd Berkland and Mrs Larry Alt, were in charge. Installation of officers wa£ held. Installed into office were Marilyn Alt as president; Joan Wichtendahl, vice president; Judy Berldand, secretary; Jacqueline Laa>bs, treasurer, Jeanette Wichtendahl, historian; Mar.lys Thornsen, reporter; Karen Seegebarth, photographer; Judy Walters and Carol Shaw as recreation chairmen. Judy and Betty Walters, Diane Vaudt, Carol Shaw and Marlys Wichtenclahl are new members. The members planned a skit for Recognition Night to be held Nov. 9 at the Seneca School at 8 p.m. A lunch was served following the meeting. v '•: •- -.,* ' Mrs Ervin Votleler entertained Saturday in honor of Rennae 1 llth birthday, which was Thurs day, Oct. 8th. with a luncheon Mrs Clara Fischer, Mrs Fredt Siems, Mrs Ernest Votteler anc Delana Votteler of Fenton. On Sunday. Oct. 11, Mr and 'Mrs Ed Priebe entertained M and Mrs Richard Schmidt o Chicago and Mr and Mrs Ernes Votleler at dinner in honor of th Schmidt's. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Ruhnki and family of Livermore wey Sunday visitors in the Martii Ohm home. Mr and Mrs Jess O'Keefe o Burt were Sunday visitors in the Sam Warner home. Arthur Mueller returned horn Saturday after being hospitalize; ten days at the Holy Famil; Hospital. Mr and Mrs Ted Meier am Cleo of Whittemore were Sunday evening visitors in the Martin Hantelman home. Mr and Mrs Carl Veer Jr. and family of Rochester, Minn, were Saturday evening and Sunday guests in the parental Roelf Miller home. Mrs Heiko Adams, Marion and Delia were also Sunday dinner guests. Timothy Peter, infant son of Mr and Mrs Peter Koenck, was baptized Oct. 18 in St. John's Lutheran church. Rev. W. H. Friedrich was the officiating pastor and Mr and Mrs Allan Bollinger, the infant's grandparents, were sponsors. Mr and Mrs Bollinger and Marvin were dinner guests in the Koenck home in honor of the occasion. Mr and Mrs William Hanlel- man and family were Sunday visitors in the Hilbert Hantelman home at Mankato, Minn. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller were Sunday evening visitors In the George Ricks home at Titonka. Tenton — "'Pools for the Kingdom" was the theme of the day Wednesday at Lotts Creek Irrt- manuel Lutheran church. A record attendance of 202 represented 11 Missouri synod churches of Iowa District West in a zone meeting of the Lutheran Woman's Missionary League. At the Wednesday .morning business session, Mrs A. T, Ruber, Garner, reported on the July convention held at Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Zone officers elected Wednesday were Mrs Ed Ketz, Garner, president; Mrs John Hopkins, Algona, vice president; Mrs Edwin Hanselman, Liveifnofe, secretary;. Mrs Edwin Greinert, Whittemore, treasurer; and Rev. A. T. Ruber, Garner, • pastoral counselor. ' Morning devotions were led by the pastor of the host church, Rev. Martin Peter. In the afternoon, Rev. Ruber was devotional leader. Children from Immanuel day school sang in the afternoon anc ladies of the Immanuel church presented a skit, "The Mite Box.' Twenty-four attended fronj Fenton, 17 from St. Luke's ((Fairville), and 12 from Burt. Others represented were Algona, Gar ner,' Livermore, West Bend, an4 Whittemore. Farm Bureau Meeting The Independence Mixer Farm Bureau Women met Oct 15 in the home of 'Mrs Clarence Wegener with 15 women present The meeting was called to ordec by Mrs C. L. Underwood. Roll call was a book I would like, to read. • Mrs Ernest Berkland reported on the library tour Oct. 1 to Albert Lea, Minn., Austin, Rochester and Faribault, Minn, where the:Lehman Mum Gardens were visited. Four members were on the tour, Mrs Earl 'Lufkin, Mrs Lyndon Kerber, Mrs Eldon Rhodes and Mrs Berkland. 'Mrs Ernest Votteler gave a talk on citizenship and Mrs Eugene Huskamp led group sing-, ing. Pennies for Friendship were: collected. ;' • :;;.' < Quests present were Mrs Wgb^ b"er'"' tfager, Mrs H. E.' Reimers,Mrs Charles Feye and Mrs Marlin Wegener. The November meeting will be in the horne of Mrs Ernest Votteler. Rev. and Mrs W. H. Friedrich of Fenton ha,ve another grandchild. A daughter was born Oct. 13 to Rev. and Mrs William Friedrich of Niagara, N. D. The younger pastor's children are Rachel, Timothy, Eunice, and the baby, Esther Leigh. Mr and Mrs Richard Schmidt of Chicago visited in the Ernes.tj Votteler home several days the past week. Mrs Schmidt and Mrs Votteler are step-sisters. Mr and Mrs Ernest Votieler spent Oct. 16 with Dr. and Mrs Vincent Votteler at Laurens. Mr and Mrs Elmer Lee ancj sons of Estherville were Sunday guests in the Fred Fesseler home. Mission Group Elects The Blakjer Women's Missionary Federation held their elec- ion of officers and secretaries at i meeting held at the church parlors Thursday afternoon. Mrs Julian Cherland read an article on Evangelism. , Mrs Curtis Olsen and Mrs Henry Wilberg reported on. the convention held Tuesday at Wai lingford. . , New secretaries and committee members elected included: Foreign mission, Mrs Lawrence Jo- harjnesen; charities, Bertha pi- sen; Higher Education, Mrs Hans Thompson; Life Membership anc In Memorian, Mrs P. H. Jensen Christian Nurture, Mrs August Nelson; ways and means committee, Mrs Ray Bergum; and auditing committee, Mrs Harlan Blockhus and Mrs Melvin Bratrud. Other, officers include: Mrs Henry Looft, president; Mrs Elmer KraUse, vice president; Mrs Odey Cherland, secretary; Mrs Amey Cherland, treasurer; Mrs John Johannesen, assistant treasurer; Mrs Martin Wilberg, historian; Mrs Fred Johannesen, promotion secretary; Mrs John Johannesen, radio & T.V.; Cradle Roll, Mrs Curtis Olsen and Social Action, Mrs Ted Jensen. The program closed with a worship offering; offering 1 hymn and table grace. Guests included Mrs Esther Jensen, Mrs Albert Ullestad and Mrs Cleo Classon. Mrs, Otto Wilberg and Mrs Curtis Olson were hostesses. The Seneca Modern' Mixers club met at the home of Mrs Jerry Jentz Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Henry Loo'ft had charge of the entertainment. Mrs John Johannesen will be the November hostess. Darryl Householder of Lone Rock. The cornet trio ««d a boys' double quartet from Sentral entertained at the County Teachers Council Oct. 21. Members of the trio are Paul Geitzenauer, Craig Blarrchard and Joanne Mitchell Members of the quartet are Leor Geilzenauer, Francis Lieb, Davk Weber, Arden Norland, Merle Halverson, Craig Blanchard, Pau Geitzenauer and Ken- Kerber. Mr and Mrs Frank McFal accompanied Mr and Mrs' Clar ence Underwood to Mason City Sunday where they were dinner guests. Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and Nadine visited with their daughter Pam at Sioux City Sunday where she is attending Morningside College. Freyholli and Paul Saxon* students at' Coneordia in St.' "aul, Minn, spent Sunday in the Fritz Freyholtz.home. Ronald Mortensen and Max Frank, the latter of Independence, spent the weekend in the Fred Mortensen home. They are enrolled at Iowa State University at Ames. Mrs W. W. Jolley and Judy spent the weekend with Mrs Jolley's mother, Mrs Eva Zimmerman in Des Moines. Mrs Jolley's sister of California was also 1 a guest in the Zimmerman home. While in Des Moines Mrs Jolley and Judy also attended the showing of "My Fair Lady." Coming Evenh .Thursday, October pew W.M.F. 22 — De- Opie Read began his "Arkansaw Traveler" in 1882 in Little Rock. Ole Pedersen, who has a patient at the Methodist Mrs been ^Hospital fat:: Sioux City for* the past couple of weeks returned home Wednesday afternoon. Seneca Clubs Pick Officers And Install Seneca — The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club installed their new officers at a meeting held at the home of Donald Hanisch Monday evening, Oct> 12. Plans were made for 4-iH award night which will be held at the Seneca school Monday evening, Nov. 9. New officers installed were; Jamie Jensen, president; Larry Johannesen, vice president; Mary England, secretary - treasurer; Vernon Wilberg, reporter; Donald Hanisch, sergeant at arms; and Rodney Jensen, photograph- -> S ECURITY CONFIDENCE Your Bank 1$ Here To Serve Your bank is here to serve. This means not only the usue?l banking transactions — checking accounts, cashing checks, savings accounts — but some of the more 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. er. 6 Candidates For 5 Council Posts, Fenfon Fenton — The only election contest to take place in the Town of Fenton balloting next Nov. 3 will be for the town council. There are six candidates for the five officss. Nominees for the council, to serve two-year terms, are Homer Mlatthiesen, Ed Meyer, Wlalter H. Pertl,. J. A. Schwartz, Merle Voigt and Clarence Yager. G. R, Krause is unopposed for mayor, as is Erwin Krauze for park commissioner and Kathryn Alderson for treasurer. Mayor and treasurer are two - year terms; the park commissioner is for six -years. Sunday dinner guests in the Albert Schwarzenbach home were Mr and Mrs Bill Schwarzen< bach and Cindy, Karen Schwarzenbach of Alg,ona, Ed Krapp of Bancroft and Mrs Leo'ne Halverson, The occasion was in honor of Karen's birthday. Lynn Ruske left Sunday for LaGrange, I'll, where he visited for several days with Mr and Mrs Ward Ruske. He then went to Fort ;Harrison at Indianapolis where he will be stationed for the next 4 ] /2 ninths. 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