| Publiihed By Th« Upper Dw MoinM • Publiihing Co., Algona, lowo MRS. RAY UTHOF N«wi Editor Natural Gas Line For Fenton ifenimt K.:-;, I.:. ?:rahi,. Iv'.rs. Mtri;. Ki-XOiiiu. i^.T-r^icJt 1 : tbf rra.;?i'- 1:1:1;. r-;;;..-:.^-; s i.: iS'f Eir.mets- i m SHI i I I I '•• JUNE 8,1967 v-i; va_? Source; i:.: •! :.Oi.S_; ir-UfTSmfirils. :-t L^ r:£'t-f russts s.t , ''TC'TT. * "' l/.r. IX I'.'.T:. HiliS BiiTD V£r= Sail" i^^jrr rjists it t^sbDr.e :•: It. i-->: H: = . Aijiph Kaiser.. v : . :_-,; Mrs. Aiolpi; Kinsrii T^:?; Si.r.r^.;. v-.ti Mr. aas Hr. LX V.:i. C-tf^ Ki£ a^i Mr. LTJ: Mrs. C Tis::*; M:c>ii> it the Hansen Tie 4;c;-:~e:Tuesi2.y£ft£r- ti= Eursnj Huskamp I 1;:::™ -,-.l ys—— TjHE FENTON gas expansion program which will bring Natural Gas to Fenton sonioliiiK 1 tins yo;ir is shown abovo Shown left to right are Don Gentry. Pryor Constr : Don HurllHirl. suprnMlcndcnt nf water and .streets at Fonton. Don Mey.-r of thi- North C<?r.trai I'ulilic Scrvin- ('o. Km Marsh. I'r.nr .irul I.(.'Roy .Jacobson. Fenton Co-op Teiephor.t- ('•'• Xorlli Central I'ulilic Service Co has tlif.- gas franchise at Fenton. 4—Algona (la.) Upper Dos Moinoj Thursday, June 8, 1967 Special Summer Reading Program Starting, Sentral FENTON- In last week'spaper It was stated that the summer special reading program at Sontral would start at 8:30 a. m. and end at 11:30 a. in. This is wrong — it will begin June 12 at 8 a. in. and will be dismissed at 11 a. m. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hansen ajid boys were Sunday dinner guests at the Adolph Hansen home. Mrs. Adolph Hansen visited liur sister, Mrs. Albert Norland, at Mankato Saturday. Bonnie Geitzenauer, Omaha, spent the weekend at the Delljert Geitzenauer home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen attended the graduation exercises for Arlene Hansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hansen, Lake Crystal, last Thursday evening. Dinner guests at the S. E. Straley home Memorial Day were Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Brace and boys, Wm. Rath, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace, Hayfield, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Void and family, Lake Mills. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hansen and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson •and Jimmy were Monday evening guests at the Lyle Hansen home. Dinner guests at the Lyle Hanson home Memorial Day were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rouse, Ruthven, Mr. and Mrs. James Walsh, Britt, and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Barr and Cindy, Grand Meadow, Minn., were Sunday, May 28, guests at the S. E. Straley home. Mr. and Mrs. Straley visited June 4 with Mr. and Mrs. Wm.. Stienhauer, residents at Methodist Manor at Storm Lake. The Stienhauers were former Arnolds Park residents. Friday evening supper guests at the Arnold Hantelman home were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls, and Bill Hassel. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hurlburt and family, Ft. Dodge, were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Jetitz home. Mr. arid Mrs. Richard Devers and Bobby, Englewood, Colo., arrived last week and plan to spend the month of June at the Lloyd Sunde home. NOW OPEN EVERY EVENING BERNIE'S BEER GARDEN FENTON, IOWA Live Music Saturday Evening JUNE 10 For Your Dancing or liitening Pleasure. ALSO SERVING THE BEST IN SANDWICHES & SHORT ORDERS Judy Eider, ColoradoSpruigs, spent the weekend at toe Paul Eigler home. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and family, Mrs. F. F. Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Arlea Doehla and girls, Primghar, Mr. and Mrs. Wally Chrlstensen and family, Clear Lake, and Everett Mueller attended the Bierstedt reunion at the St. Paul Lutheran school gym, Whittemore, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Dryden of Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. Mildred Charlwood of St. Louis, Mo., spent the Memorial Day weekend at the home of the Andrew Gowans. Mrs. Dryden and Mrs. Charlwood are sisters of Mrs. Gowans. Confirm 14 At Fenfon Church, May 21 FENTON - Fourteen young people were confirmed into the Lutheran faith Sunday, May 21, at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton. The public examination was conducted in a special service in St. John's church, Friday evening, May 19, ai 7:30 p. m. A reception was held immediately after the service and for the first time large solid brass crosses were presented to the young people by the Aid Association for Lutheran Ins. Co. Members of the class were Susan Luedtke, Anne Krause, Lee Dreyer, Dennis Mitchell, Dean Struecker, Gary Jentz, Beth Ann Feye, Karen Jentz, Steve Newbrough, Milce Wold, Johnny Mueller, Randy Vaudt, Edward Krause and David Menz. - o - The ALCW of the Depew Lutheran church met Thursday afternoon at the church parlors. Devotions were given by Mrs. Kenneth Coady, the inspiration was given by Mrs. Ronald Berkland. Mrs. Richard Underwood had charge of the Cradle Roll program. Hostesses were Mrs. Percy Jacobson, Mrs. Charles Nelson, Mrs. Ed Thomas and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. Wed 66 Years OUR HEAP BIG SALE! IS STILL ON SAVE UP TO 50% ON EVERYTHING IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT MEN'S - WOMEN'S - CHILDREN'S APPAREL MERCHANDISE E. J. BAILEY STORE Phone 889-2376 Fenton, Iowa /*" 1-tM'U.N - Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weisbrod observed their 66th wedding anniversary quietly June 6 at their home. Minnie Widdle and Louis Weisbrod were married June fr, 1901, at the Methodist parsonage at Burt. They farmed for a time near Fenton, then Mr. Weisbrod was employed at the creamery lor eight years. Alter that he served as janitor at the Fenton school for 27 years. They had three daughters, two of whom are deceased. Mrs. Ernest Vaux (Annette) of Fairmont is the onlv living child. Mr. and Mrs. ArtGt-itzc-n.uior, Ur.cclr., Nebr., spent the weekend At the Jrhr. Geitifiuuer !ir-niv. Sihi7v-:.\y dinner aiests at the N'cTuiin Fi".vst.v3 home were Mr. sr/i Mrs. Art Geitzen.v.ier, Mr. and Mrs. Delb-rt Geitzen- iuer and Nir.cy, Milton Gvitzeii- auer. Saturday evening supper o:e?ts at theDelbertGeitzOT.v.itr hcn;e -vere Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz GeStzenaiier, Lone Rock, Dennis Geitzenauer, Truman, Minn.: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Loss, Algona, Janice Hliton, V,'allindor:i,Mr. and Mrs. Norman Firmest-id, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dreyer, Surbanx, Calif., and evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Generic!! and family, Storm Lake, and Mrs. Emma Dreyer. FENTON TAP FRIDAY NIGHT Beef Steak Dinner French Fries Onion Rings Bread and Butter $1.00 Serving 8 p. m. to 10 p. m. (•»*) Mr. .HI.; .Mis. Ray fleimers, Der.Y'-r. Coin., !uiy>- been house ,.-•,•::..-;> ti.is p^t \veek at the hi'iii' " f ii ; .- ;i'."t!ii.:r, Mrs, Emma Mrs. LuVerne r, 1 7T- !T~ ~ vT T.~: T. iTiu OSiH, 3JJG Mrs. Daniel Taie, Pocahontas, visited Sunday afternoon at the Ray Zvieiel home. Sur.lay evening guests at the Don Sha«- home after baccalaureate for the graduation of Richard Sha« - were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ditsvrorth, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. E. J. Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle .Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shaw, Des Moines, Janell Newbrough, Mr. and Mrs. Lu- Verne Smith, Swea City, and Mrs. Jack Gerhart and Bruce. Mr. and Mrs. RoyChrischilles attended the funeral of Mrs. Chrischilles' cousin, Albert Wiener at LeMars, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Margo were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank McFallhome. Pfc. Allen Hantelman, Hunter Air Field, Savannah, Ga., is spending an eight-day furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman. Mary Ellen Ditsworth, president of the Fenton M.Y.F. and Margo Rusch will attend the school of Christian Missions at Morningside, June 26-30. Robin and Larry Heine, children of Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Heine, had tonsillectomies at Emmetsburg hospital, Monday. Trudy Huskamp and a sorority sister, Mary Beth Hertenstein, Blair, Wise'., spent the weekend at the Eugene Huskamp home. Trudy will be spending a week with her parents and then will return to Ames for summer school. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland attended the graduation exercises at the Emmetsburg Junior College and attended the reception at the Oscar Berkland home for Jim Berkland, one of the graduates. Mrs. Charles Newel spent a week at the Richard McCarty home, Hartley, and attended the baccalaureate, class day and commencement of her grandson, Richard McCarty. Richard was valedictorian of his class. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel and Dennis attended the exercises on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. HaroldGeronsin, St. Louis, Mo., were house guests this week at the Dale Weisbrod home. Saturday Mrs. Weisbrod went to Sioux City and Nadine returned home with her for a few days. She will be employed in Wisconsin this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Art Priebe have received word that Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chestnutwood, Phoenix, Ariz,, have adopted a baby girl. She was born May 25, weighed 7 Ibs., 1 oz., and has been named Tamara Lynne. They now have a family of two girls and two i boys. Mrs. Chestnutwood is I the former Marilyn Weisbrod. Sunday guests at the Clarence | Berkland home were Mr. and I Mrs. Melvin Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland, I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berkland, | Mr. and Mrs. Amos Berkland, Mrs. Ida Coady, Mrs. Clara Berkland, Good Samaritan Home, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Berkland and Mary, Terry Berkland and Tom Nevens, Mason City, Carol Jacob, Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cody. FENTON CAFE SUNDAY Hib Eye Steak Fried Chicken Complete Dinner Serving 11:30 a. in.- l : 30p. rn. (44*) Rev. Clifford Bliss confirmed a class of five at St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, Sunday. They were Michael Berkland, Kevin Johnson, Tom Votteler, Evelyn Bierstedt and Bonnie Eimers. Sunday dinner guests at the Delond Votteler home for Tom's confirmation Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Votteler and family, Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Votteler and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Charles North and family, Cylinder, Mrs. Frank North, Emmetsburg, Mrs. Clara Fischer and Mrs. Freda Siems. Sunday dinner guests at the Kenneth Johnson for Kevin's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. E. K, Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Art Kressin, Mrs. Kate Wegener, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Dreyer and family, Mrs. Emma Reimers, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hannifan, Knoxville, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gerhart and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kressin, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Kressin, Rev. and Mrs. C, L. Bliss and Robert, Diana and David Kressin, Algona. Mrs. Jessie Newel has been visiting a month with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. 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