,lf t Fenton Family Dinners Held During Easter ' Tnujrjday, April 6, 196 T land Mrs Norman Finnestad and I Berths Ctoen, Who h ""' T ' '•' ——'' r '• ' •« Graig, and Mr and Mrs ErviH a patient' at the H Mr, arid Mfs G«o. Mi Jdi^enso and Mr and Mi's George O, J0r fienson and family were Easte guests in the Donald Jorgenso }hon\e at Algona. ; • Mr and Mrs Earl Jensen an family of Ringsted and Mr and , Mrs Eldort Lee arid girls and Del • mer Lee of Estherville were Eas ; ter guests in the Kenneth Hal • verson home. | Guests in ihe home of Mrs E . J. Frank from Wednesday (through.Sunday were Mrs How, ard Rabey and children of Cedar Falls. Mr Rapey'joined them for ,the Easter weekend, as did Mr f and Mrs Bob Johansen and family of .Minneapolis. , Mr and Mrs Arnold Hanson, , Randa ahd Roger .were Easter dinner guests in the home of Mrs ^agmar Newel in Algona. Mr and Mrs Alvin Nelson. -Judy and Jimmy of Boulder, Colo., were visitors in thfe Wil- .fred Stoeber home Friday. ;• Easter dinner guests in the AI bert Mitchell home were Mr and ;Mrs Harlan Baustian and David, Alice Skarr of .Minneapolis and 'Mr and Mrs Chester Skarr and Burnett of Primghar. Friday evening dinner guests Jn the Emil Bierstedt home were 'Mr and Mrs James Meyer, Mar- ',cia and Dan, Mu/2 and Mrs Max ly of Thompson, Supper guests were. Mr and Mrs,L>0 Leittinger, Ronnie, Handy and Bobby.- Mr and Mrs Hex Wolfs, Were among those attending the funeral of Mrs Will Huskamp at Fairmont-Sat. Bertha Olson . returned home Saturday from Holy Family Hospital in .Estherville v/here 1 she recently: underwent surgery.' Easter dinner guests in the Ed Schlei home were Mr 'and Mrs Elwin.Schlei and Mrs Ed Zwiefel and Arlo the later of Titonka. Mr and Mrs Edwin Josten of | Klemme, were afternoon visitors. Easier dinner guests in Ihe Fred Mortenson home was , and Mr and Mrs Oremmels. The evening spent playing cards. Mr and Mrs Martin Hanlelman, Mr and Mrs Williahi Hantelman Darrel Householder and; Danny, Mrs Alfred. Nielsen .of Ringsted, Ronald Mortenson of Ames, 'Janet Walker and Carl Mortenson. r arl is now a patient at the Launtzen Rest Home in Esther- hey attended Easter ervices at St. Johns hurch at Ringsted. A group of and family, Mr and Mrs Gerhart Hantelman and Paul, and Mr ami Mrs Merle Voigt attended the Wedding ,of Paul Hantelman, soil of Mr and Mrs Hilbert Hantel* man, at Mankato March 24. Senfral Music Students To State Contest Seneca — Sentral Community School will send* 42 contestants to the test to ---—».vTsr.— "* «-,«i»^-«*»«*** &f,v u t'o- ujiu iu northwest Iowa schools will be KM^IrlE iri°s"°| rlt » s con- tf°»±^"^£l£^=??*r '«= am 'Flaig and 'Bruce .Seattle,. Wash. . > Sunday evening dinner guests in the James Meyer home wete Mrs Esther Hintz, Jennifer Strue- cker, Mu/2 and Mrs Max Flaig and Bruce, and Jeff, Mr and Mra Fred Meyer of Algona. Other ' evening visitors were Mr Mrs M. P. Nemitz. I Mr and Mrs Wendell Rusch were Easter dinner guests in the Frank McFall home. : " Egster dinner guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs E ; W. Ruske were Mr and Mrs Kaye Ruske Of Davenport, Mrs Retta Eigler, Mr and Mrs George Murphy and family and Mr and Mrs Paul Eig- ?er and Judy. Mr and Mrs Hex Wolfe. unday. Among ihose. attending the uneral.of Mrs Aaron Smith at Leigh Thursday p.m. were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thompson, Joy Thompson, Wayne Klein, .Deloris Charleson and Mrs Henry Wilberg. Mu/2 . and Mrs' Max Flaig, Bruce and Jeff .are spending'a 30-day leave, with friends and relatives in the .Algona, Fenton and Lone Rock-area. Tuesday even- and Jeff" of '"£ the y were guests in the'Jirii Meyer home. Other guests were Mr and Mi-s Victor Struecker, M and Mrs Eugene Vaudt and Kent Mr and Mrs 'Frank Seely, Mr anc Mrs Wayne Boettcher, Mr and Urs Fred ..Meyer, Mrs Melvin Meyer and Brian. Mr and Mrs „ Kaye Ruske of Davenport spent the Easter vacation in the homes of Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske and Mr 'and Mrs Paul Eigler. Easter dinner guests in the Marion Stucki home were ,Mr and Mrs Floyd Burd of -Waseca Minn., Mrs Earl Stucki and Mrs James McCadden of Rochester Minn., and-Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki and-children. arid "Mrs a patient' at the H6ly Famil hospital at' Estherville • for th past ten days having submitle to-major surgery there, ret'ufliet home Saturday afternoon, . "' V. Mr and Mrs Robert Jacobsoi and family'of Mallard were Sun dy guests at the parental ',"*"' Olsens, 'Mi 1 and Mrs Henry Looft w en Sunday dinner* guests' at the; El mer fiorstmans "at Britt.-' Othei guests included the JaclcLobfts of Rochester, Minn., .Bob Hbrst-- man of'Creston, and. Mr and Mrs Paul Horstman and daughters dJ Britt. . ' , i< Mr and Mrs John Johannesen entertained at their home Friday evening. Guests included Rev, arid Mrs David Vigen and Mary, Mr-and Mrs MartinrWilberg, Lois and Jerry, Mr and Mrs Lawrence , Johannesen, Kathryn arid Larry, Mr and Mrs Fred Johanrieseii and family and Mr and Mrs Henry Looft and David. Mr and Mrs Hansen and 'sort Donald of Bradgate were Stin- day guests of Mrs Hansens mother, Mrs Carrie Jensen. Marilyn Johannesen, student at Iowa State University, and Carol Johannesen, who is employed at Mason City, sp.ent , the Easter weekend with 'their ;parents; tho Fred Johannesens. .. ''• '., Mr and Mrs . Robert Fortney and family spent the Eastta weekend with Mrs Fortney's mother, Mrs Arne Travase, at, Story in-the Milton Madison home, Mi's Ruth Krueger was a<Siifl day guest in the Hiram, Acke'r man'hprr^ii'in'Buijt. Mr find'Mrs Theodore Bierstedl of Whittemore were, Saturday evening supper guests in4he Ort- Win Tietz home. Mr .,and Mrs Arnold' Laabs Diane' and Carol were Easte* dinner guests in'.the John home in Fenton. ' Mi* and Mrs/Jim MarloW arid family,were Easter dinner guests in the P. J. McGuire home'Jn Hurt: ' • Mr and Mrs Fred Habegar and Mr arid Mrs Ken Sarchet of Burt, Mr and Mrs Richard Furst of Humboldt' were Sunday dinner guests in the Duane Habegar lome. Mrs Peter Yelick and Ann and Julie of Warren, Mich, ar.e ylsit- ng in the Duane Habegar arid Milford Mitchell honies. Mr and Mrs Ellwyn Householder and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Garryl Householder of -•one Rock: were Sunday dinner ruests in the Glenn Householder lome. "*"*-• • ... ; XTUUJ Mr and Mrs Gordon Blanch^rd. Neb. were Sunday guests in the home of Mrs Maude Blanchard. Mrs Blanehard and Mr a*itfJMni.Gor* don BluncHard and girif ^visited in 4he"'jess^' BlatlcJidfofr ri6«e In "the afte/h^on. » - 5> ', '•"'' • "Mr', tfhd,'- Mts .MaV/tflilg ana family &t •SeattIe,-'iWasH;-.' Were Vi*t6filn theMiame'S «f friends aM-Jfelal-iVeS .In L6rie>Rcfck last Wek. '.TheV were 'Thursday dinner guests in the Ffa'nk^'Flaig home. Mr Flaig-'lS"~ih'4hd haval Band In-Washington. 'i -''Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen, Katliy and- Rodney and Mr and Mrs Dean Jefgenson,' Barbara and Douglas 'of Algona were Easter dinner guests' In the Frank Flaig home .in -Lone Rock. "Mttf: Alice Denker ahd Waldo, Denker Of Lester visited In the Art Priebe -home Monday. Mr 'and tyrs Jack Johnson and :amily of Gowrie, and 'Mr and wrs ; Paul .JMaybee, Ma>k and Martin of Story 'City' visited m he Charles Morris, home on Friday. ,. Mr., Morris ; is; recovering 'rom a heart eonditf 6n,<V ' '• Mr and Mrs Jim Thul and amily of Cedar Falls visited un- il Monday in : the Jack Qulnn lome. .' v". : ••.'';• .••,-'' • Mr and Mrs Donald Radig arid Warlys were; Sunday dinner uests in therJSmriia Radig home. Mrs Glenn i; Householder and Larry and Beverly Warner of Alona, visited. Saturday in the ?aul , 'Angleh" home in Omaha, Mr and Mrs ' MrtieV* Frank, Carol and'Larry of .^a ; ;01 Mrs HelHia \Eri6ksan 6f Sw -City/and MfS' Maude Biarichard werfe Sunday dinner, guests in the .Donald BlatdhaM.. home. Craig'Blanchard Was" ftome from college for the Easter'Weekend. Mrs WenHell Steven*-and daugh* Mrs Wendell Steven and daUgH- Donald SlanfehardV hoffid- Sfr.om Thursday until-Sundftyr J Mr ahd Mrs Ddnal'd Dakftian, Denise and Dennis of C&rhing and Mr and Mrs Dale Ba?def and Darrell Dean of Algohj»,,Mc and Mrs Robert Baxter of RuthVen were Easter dinner guests >lri the Leslie Baxter home. Mr and Mrs Holland Baxter arid family, were Sunday afternoon .callers in the Leslie BaxteKhome. Mrs.Art Priebe was a hostess n her home for a. birthday, party Miff F&h KfUeger, . Mrs fi. T Lee, Mrs •LeRdV Brass, Mrs Del. mail Fischer,, Mrs Milford Mitchell'.. . * • • . Mf and'Mrs > Art Priebe took Rddftey P-rieb* ftnd,Dick Bierle to Mason City Where the boys left.fof'De'if Mblfte'i for, their phy. sical-and-lftdUctlonlntd the arm« ed. services,-*.f he bdys will take their , training,' , at ' Fort RiW Kansas. -TheysniVb' enlisted for three years' Itt thetAffny.* Mr and,Mrs Clintdtt Rath were Sunday'dinner guests In the Hobert Heifner- h6«ne. Other guests were Mr and'Mrs Vincent Heif. ner.of Buffalo \Cehter, Mr and Mrs-Rennix WilsOft 6f Kanawha. The group celebrated Bob Hefner's birthdriy.' guests at the Arnold'Jensen home at Ringsted. The occasion was the birthday anniversary of Eddie Bergum and Terry Jensen. ..Lloyd """- '" •" sister, the Richard Frandsons. Mr and Mrs Charles Kennedy and family of Colorado Springs, Colo., visited, from Wednesday I until Saturday at the; Robert ". the A. D Mr . and Mrs Henry Tiemen, Mr ana Mrs Jack Tiemen and Terry David Dreyer, and Judy Juhl were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Frank Dreyer home at Lone Rock. * Mr and Mrs John Munch ana Jack, and Mr and Mrs Charles Dshorn were Easter dinner guests in the Milton Madison home at Lone Rock. ' Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller visit- cd Wednesday evening in the Melviri Ricklefs home at Titonka and in the Paul Winter home at Lakotn, Thursday evening. Easter dinner guests in the Henry Wilberg home were Kr and Mrs Henry Lange and f ami- ,,-,-Tii—vs ".••• Hay Stoeber and Mrs Elsie,Reed, the latter of Alfona, joined other relatives and riends at the Lyle Bassett home at Milford for Easter dinner. Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman were Easter dinner guests n the William Hantelmdn home. Guests in the Martin Ohm ome Saturday evening in honor ' Mrs ~ THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, lowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 the-Martin Wilbergs. . Easter weekend guests at the Qlar ; Of tedahls included their daughter and family,, the Ed Vtolls from Des; Moines. Easter weekend guests at the Olaf Oftendahls included 'their daughter and family, the Donald Dokkens. : ._,,• .,• - Russel Jensen took his father, Otto R. Jensen of Fenton, to Rochester last Thursday where the latter entered the Mayo clinic I for possible treatment for severe ., ..__ decided to take'him'to Rochester. Dr. and Mrs Jerry Grouch ol Armstrong are the parents, of a seven pound, 11 ounce baby boy Dorn Wednesday morning, March, 29,. at Holy Family Hospital all Sstherville. The Crquchs have a; ittle' daughter, Bferida" Mr arto Mrs Earl Crouch, 'Waterloo and he George Hypes, Armstrong, re the grandparents. Mr and Mrs -Iver Bergum, Mind Mrs Ray Bergum and fami- y, Mr and Mrs Art Bergum and Mrs Bill Pettieord dinner guests at Many Families At Lone Rock Gather, Easter Lone Rock — Margaret and ancy Fischer visited in the parental Delmar Fischer home over the Easter weekend. Margaret is teaching in Anamosa, and Nancy is attending college at Iowa City. Mary Genrich visited in the S. E. Straley home in .Fenton Friday. Mrvajjd •MrSv.JohjtrtMuriolf and Jackfvqff Fenton, -Mr>^and Mrs Charles Osborn of Fenton and Mr William ' Christenson of Lone Rock were Sunday dinner guests WHEEL DRAWBAR > EASY ONE-MAN OPERATION SIMPLE FORWARD FOLDING FOR NARROW SATES ... ROADS MODEL NO. 6501 HARROWS the fields, and unfoia. 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