lies Thursday or Wm. Osborn Held In Fenton fey Mrs. Ardith Halvafsoft • Feriton—Funeral services were conducted here for William Os- L'born,, long time resident of the ' Seneca community, last Thursday afternoon. Mr. Osborn died at his t homo on Tuesday morning of last week following a long illness. William and Sophia Dob'ney Osborn was born near LaPorte City. J Blarkhawk county Iowa, oh June 3, 1868, one of a family of three . sons and three daughters. He died at his home in the Seneca community near Fenton, Iowa, on I- Tuesday, May 11, 1948, at the, age of 81. Mr, Osborn was married v to MUsetta Rickard of Hardin coUn* ty,;Io.wa, at Steamboat Rock, t Io\va; on January 29, 1891. Eleven * *chjldre*n, 8 boys and 3 girls, were . born to this union, two'of whom died in infancy, The rrtother. pass* ed away in March, 193!?,. ]£,$\#r- Mr. Osborn was married ia Mrs* Letta Rickard Stevenson who Survives,to mourn his passing. 1 Mr. Osborn moved to Kossuth county soon after his marriage and established the family home on the farm near Seneca where he spent the -remainder of his' ( He assisted wit'g the organise- 1 tipn and building, of the Method dist church in Seneca, and he was one of its charter members. Through the active years of his life lie served at one time or an- I other in practically every official capacity in the church. When the Seneca Methodist church was * disbanded in 1914, his membership was transferred to the Methodist church in Fenton Where he was a member the rest of his life. Surviving to mourn his passing are his bereaved wife, seven sons, Larkin of Seattle, Wash.; Roy, Charles and Lester, all Of near Fonto.n; Neal and Lyle of. Chicles, City, Iowa; and Marion at home; t;Wo daughter, Zclda, Mrs. Lawr^ ence Saxton of Fenton,. and Minola, Mrs. Will Richmond of, Aj-m-- strong. Three .sisters" Mr.s, Hat-tie Tur,n- er of Waterloo, Iowa, Mrs. Elja 1 Sisson of Stanley t Wis., and Mrs Maye Lowe of Cameron, Wis., and numerous other relatives and friends .also survive. Two brothers, Charles and John, preceded him in death. Funeral services were conducted in the family home at 1:30 and in the Methodist church in Fenton, at 2 o'clock on Thursday afternoon, May 13, by the Rev. Forrest E. Flowers. Vocal music was provided by a ladies quartet composed of Mesdames Lester Weisbrod, Elmer Weisbrod, Clarence ,, Triggs and Marold Schie, with ••Mis. Clarence Osborn at the br- •T *.VSl~«.M< v''**"*^-" u*« T -»».«..K.«.->.««py 1 *'"*VMr^"Tf—"«-• *. *Bartnnterment was mine Methodist cemetery near Feriton. . Pallbearers were J. H, Jensen, Peter Jensen, Millen Jensen. Ralph Jensen. Jay Saxton,vand t Jens Peterson. . . Corsage". Mrs, Hugo benker of Lester and- Kay Hamlrri wer<| guests, May birthdays were those of Mrs, Goft Weisbrod and Mrs* Cliff Mue"llef. Miss Florence Weisbrod and Mrs. Hans Baago win be June hostesses'. Auxiliary MefeKftg * ' THe Legion Auxiliary met in the Jiome of Mrs. Earl Dean oti Friday, May 14. Mrs. Ed Ohm' was the assisting hostess, Eleven members answered roll , call. There were o guests presenters. Herman Luedtke, Mrs. W. C, Heiter, Lone Rock, ar/d Mfs. Bertha Eberl, Whittembrc, Mrs. Geo, Jentz and Marilyn. The Auxiliary gave a $6 donation to the mental health; program. The annual plant sale willibe Wednesday* May 2(J at the Arnold Krause store. Mrs- Ed Ohm gave a report on the county meeting. Mrs. Dale Weisbrod gave a reading on the 'Poppy,'.- .......... ; -.- ••••• W. E. SiOeber ttofne ,W. E, Stoeber returned to Fenton last.- Sunday from ; .Tucson, ArlZi where he had; been the last four weeks after having spent the winter- months siftce , October at Lajolla, Calif., with his-daughter and. son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. Wallace, Smith. He reported the Wheafr fields .through northern TexaSi' Kansas, and Nebraska looked very favorable for a '"good crop. In Texas aha Kansas -hiuch of the wheat is headed out. A lot of wheat harvesting' machinery was already being; moved along the highways and farmers were getting ready for tne big wheat crop expedted. , .' 'tli W/Uh. Pneumonia, Mrs, Hsnty, Tiaman' has been ill a± her homa with ; pneumonia. Fenton Forward 4-H The Fenton Forwards ; 4H club met at the home of Lois Hantelman, Saturday afternoop. Six- members answered roll call. Their leader, Mrs. Will Weisbrod, was also present. Juanita Straley and Marilyn Weisbrod havcTbeeri selected to attend the district 4H camp activities at the Methodist camp ground at Clear Lake,, June 8 to 10. Anna' Ra'e Weisbrod is going to Ames. .BeNora Mitchell and 1 Catherine Carney are on-the 'demonstration team. The girls had a pot lunch at the clQ'se of ; the. meeting, v Annual Picnic Friday . .• ' . The Fenton public school will 'have its annual school picnic on Friday, May 21. Each family is asked to bring sandwiches enough for themselves, a "covered dish, pickles and pie, their own disties and silverware. The rural pupils and teachers in the surrounding ' community are cordially invited to attend. In the afternoon at 1:30 there will be a baseball game, our boys playing St. John's of Bancroft. .This should really be an extra good game. Walther. League Rally ' The Walther League rally of day, May 9; at. St. John's church northeast- of Garner. Attending from Fenton were Robert Krause. fteV. and Mrs. W. &. Frledrich and family. Mr. and Mrs. E, C. Roth and Billy, Robert Krause was re-elected as secretary of the zone. The vesper services were conducted) by Rev. Lindmar of Hampton. Following the vespers supper was served the one hundred guests. / The evening's entertainment was provided by various leagues of the zone. . Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carney* Catherine and Richard were Sunday dinner guests in the Harry Henderson hpme. Mrs. J. M. Johnson of Luverne, Minn., and Mrs. Theodore Christensen of Ringsted were Monday afternoon guests of Mrs. Raymond Theesfield, John Benson of Long Beach, Calif., is visiting here wi(jh his sister Mrs. Andrew Berkland and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Frank Humphrey, Mrs. J. T. Waite and Mrs. Olaf Nordall Visited with Mrs. John ,R. Waite at the Holy Famjly hospital at Estherville on Tuesday. Sunday-dinner guests in the Theodore Christensen home at Ringsted were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Theesfield, Mrs. J. M. Johnson of LuVerne, Minn., Mr. and Mi;s. Emil Prust of Fairmont and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Christensen. Wilfred Stoebcr and Paul Eigler attended a group meeting^ o£ the Iowa Retail. Hardware Association at Clarion on Monday evening. , . Raymond Berkland of'Mason City, spent Friday evening wi'th his parents Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berkland. Dr. and Mrs. Johi*R. Waite lare the proud parents of a 7 Ib. 9 oz.. daughter . Connie J'ean, born Monday evening, May 10 in the Holy Fajnily hospital at Esther-. Yille. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman spent last Friday in Waterloo on Business. Sunday dinner guests, in the Kenneth Thompson home were Mr, and Mrs. Carl Hauge, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hauge, Mrs. Marlin Nolte, Leland, Mr. and Mrs. Abel Hauge 'and family, Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Rekena, Forest City, Byron Hauge, Harry Widdel and Marion Widdel. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler and daughter Sharon and Judy, Mrs. John Kohlmes and Duane Dreyer visited in the Ewald and Oscar Kohlwes homes at Austin> Mirth. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Voigt and family of Austin, Minn., were ovetnite guests Saturday in the Dale Weisbrod homo. ' * Mothers Day guests in the home of Mrs* Ida Yager were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill Jr. and son Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegener and Marlin. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wegener and Marlin were also afternoon callers in the home of Mrs. KSte Wegener. Mr. and Mrs. Richard 'SchiU? and daughter Margaret and Mr. and. Mrs. Bob Johansen of Minneapolis spent the weekend at the parental E, J, Frank home. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Frank of Charles City visited Monda,> and Tuesday in the E. J. Frank home. Alvin is a brother of Emil k Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cornelius and Rose Mary, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cornelius and sons Larry and Leonard of Graettinger were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Edwin^ Uthof home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laabe of St, Ansgar, Iowa, were weekend guests in the R, f. Laabs homo. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Weisbrod and son ; Gregory of Davenport spent from Wednesday until Mon- aay visiting iheir parents the Eimcr Weisbrods and Alfred M ,/ers and other relatives and •fr.ends. .'wan Meyer, who attends Bucna Vhta college -at Storm Lake, speni the weekend at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Clvde Gilbaugh of Fairmont spent Wednesday evening and Thursday in< -the Kenneth Halverson home. * Mrs. 'Richard 1 McCarty and son Richard, of Hartley, visited at the parental Charles Newel home from Wednesday of last 'week until Sunday. 1 On Friday Mrs. Newel entertained Mrs. John Weisbrod and son Mark of New York City, Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, Mrs. E. J. Frank and Mrs. Lyle Newel and son Dennis in honor of Mrs. McCarty. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and sons were visitors Sunday in the home of Mrs. Ruth Bishop. Curlew. Mrs. Bishop is the mother of-, Mrs. Laabs. Mrs. Weber Yager and Mrs. C. F. Wegener attended a birthday party honoring . Mrs. Sheldon -Merrill Jr. on Saturday afternoon. Mothers Day dinner guests in the R. E. Laabs home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laabs of St. Ansgar, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wolf and family of Bancroft. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. George Mienke and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Haase and family' of Al- • C MOVING OR STORING ir YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS contact Brady Transfer & Storage Co. Fort Dodge, Iowa Agents, Allied Van Lines, 'inCi, In your locality _._« .World's,. Largest^JL.pngJBJsilince fclgving^ Service Excellent equipment, competent and cotirte6u§ t " > servTc8. Phone or write for" estimate on any moving problem. . .. - ':•'•. •••'•• Utf j Friendly Neighbors The Friendly Neighbors held . their May meeting with Mrs. Ben Luedtke. Mrs. Charles Shultz be- ir^g the co-hostess, 16 members > answered roll call, which was 'to bring and demonstrate your fa- , vorite household gadget.' The . club is still sending used clothing overseas. Mrs.' Rav Dreyer gave a « talk on 'How to Keep and Use a- Want to ** - ". Get Rid of DANDELIONS? Wo nnvo tho — and Hie experienced men! / Ii' (lioro nro enough of you people In Algoim— or die otlior towns in Kn.s$,utli t'o. who want your ynrrt sprayed by /uinehlno wltli 9,*4«!P to kill till lironaieal weeds, we will put A iivftn and Hindi ino oi> for n limited time, / , * I'Juce your o«fl|r 1M»W so wt» emi ftrpjwiip pw? Kcliedule, ^ * " The C^l 4 Uw^ roliBLt Chemieal Sales . |f| P**F if. P* tmbr, Co. AI.GQNA and Mrs. Fred MdrtehSefl and children of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Betkland were pleasantly sUr&rlsed ofl Mother's Day when their ehildfeh and grandchildren arrived in the evening with «/ell filled baskets. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Amos Berklnnd and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Berkjand and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Cody Shd family, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ferkland and James, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Berkland and family of Emmetsburg. Mrs. Berkland received many lovely Mothers Day gifts. Weirick. Their banquet took place a week ago Thursday at George's place in Algona. Commencement services will be held May 28. Junior Foresters The Junior W. C. O. F. held their monthly meeting at the Forester hall Wednesday night at 8. The new officers were installed at the meeting; The girls played games and then ate lunch which they had brought. Six Graduates At Bancroft High On May 28 By Mary Eich Bancroft—Mrs. W. R. Hamilton, president of the Hamilton Business college in Mason City s]ioke at the baccalaureate services for six seniors, Sunday evening at the Baptist chirrch. Those graduating are Vera Behnkendorf, Wanda Bruns, Jeanne Farrow, Joanne Larson, Robert Eichenberger, and John HONEVMEAD B A L A N OEiy P R 0? 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