The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1961 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1961
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May 4, 196| Ivan Weisbrod Marries ma Becker, April 22 rt ' 1 FEMf ON — The marriage of " .Thelma Becker, daughter of Mr ,Und Mrs Louis BecKer of Ashtoh, •I|nd Ivan Weisbrod, son of Mr .nd MrS'IiesteVWeiSbrod of Itbrt, was sdtemnized' Saturday 'Sveniflgi' April M at '7:30 p.m. ih 'Ane American Lutheran Cnurch ',01,1 0. R'Woodrich fficiated at the double ring ceremony. Miss Leila > Monketqciei' presided at the organ 'and accompanied War* fen SoJocuhr as he' sang "God Gave Me You." As the couple Rnelt at the altar he aang "The Lord's ' Prayer." ' "Given ih rnai'riagc by her father, the blrde wore a floor length gown of lace and tulle with a fitted lace bodice, long fitted sleeycs, • 'and a jeweled Queen Ann. Collar. 'The tulle skirt featured .a • lace edged 'aprohdtte Turtle to' the hiplirte, uftfferSebre'd with '^ net ruffled skirt^Het 1 ' Vdl of • illuSiijn,'. net' .was attached to a pearleci cr.bwh: ; She carried a- bouquet of red roses. • Miss Carol, decker, sister of the bride,;* was , m'aid 61 honor '• and Mrs 'Maynard Andersdn, friend ; of THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Jowa . i Experiencecj Embaimers 'and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour ' .' ' Funeral May Be V Referred To U^ . With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 2021tV the bride of Trimortt, Minn, was bridesmaid. ..... . • ' ' Mr R'onald MortcnSeh of Fenton friend of the'groonii'wa's'BeSt man. Mr James Weisbrod of Fen- con, brother of the groom, was grooms*manV : •"; • . -S.T •.-.'. <•-; Sue Bracker of Melvin^ cousin of the bride' was flower ^irK ;Neii Bracker of Meivin, cousin of the bride was ring bearer. Mr Bryan Mortensen of Fenton, friend of the groom, and Mr Curtis Becker of Melvin, Cousin of the bride- were Candlelighters and ushers ..... . . ' . ... '.' . ' " • Mrs Louie Becker, mother of the bride, wore a navy blue ray- pn dress with white accessories. ,Mrs Lester Weisbrod, mother 01 theigMmm, worf ; a light blue lace whitl accessories. :'!'-,;Fdll.6>ing thd ^eddln'g'a^ reception;'' was held in the* Fellow^ ship hall. Decorations were in the wedding colors of mint green and white. Miss. Evelyn Wolff of Hazen, North" Dakota served 1 the punch* Mr'akd Mrs-Louis Klatt' of 'Hartley were host and hbStesS. H ''•"'•" Waitresses were Mrs Art Bracker, Miss Jacque Grau, Miss Joanne Seivert all of Melvin, Miss Kathy Anema of Sheldon, Miss Judy Bruxvoort of Orange City, Miss Beverly Leemkuil of Little Rock, Miss Nancy Wellington of Rock Rapids, Mrs Arthur Crum' of Sioux City, Miss Janet WE HAVE IT! HOMER one lf — Fehton NOBLE'S WHEEL DRAWBAR EASY'ONE-MAN x OPERATION • SIMPLE FORWARD FOLDING * FOR NARROW GATES'.;. ROADS MODEL NO. IbOL HARROWS The Atlas makei It easy to hook up is many as < tectlons right In the farm yard, fold everything forward almost as easy » you close • gate, drive to the fields, and unfold. You're ready ta harrow in minutes aed without help. Four to Six sections fold to the width of the center two sections. The Atlai wheel drawbar plus Noble's h«avy duty harrows, with lever control for eight tooth positions, and "Live Action" heavy duty, Double-Torsion coil spring tint teeth add up to ... v Time Savjng, Work Saving ... Modern Mechanixecl Farming A> Its Btst 4| PHOT M-l-ll HM MIM_«MM*MM-BMip|iW-M "' ' "^'* WSIRIIUTWW ' -' WeisDrod Implement FENTON FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT *" INSURANCE fINTpNJA. TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company jbHN PfiBE, NPW IPIA end GiH> IQWP.V.SNT Bus. Phone 3 R«- Phone 60 BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 pr, i. W, Ruske DENTIST Office Ph»n» 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa Thf REPORTER Is The doty Publication Printed Tlwt f fees An Interest In t iikheke of Park-ton, Soulh Da- tfta,'^hd !V 'M ? .' Rdbfert Qitbyf of ^foiik.ia m sottth' Bakata. i<: tfhe' gflts wef _ opened' aAd dis- plaVeil'.,by Mrs Hurbtert B/ocn- 'of .Ofefifey-dart 'and ' Miss .Coifhtryhiah of Spa A ''• Publlififtd By The Upp«r DM Mdinti Publtihlng Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON EtiUor .'. "Wie cpuple will take a honeymoon to 'Weriv6iY Colorado Whole they Will make tiieit- home.'lyan is entering* the erhployment" oi Martin Aircraft Corp;' in Uehver as an electrical' Technician' in tut missile section^ ?•.•'—? . " - ' Is Dump Pickup The Fenton town council will close the dump grtfUnds there May ,11 iand irorrt thlt time on will have' «' rdbtfish' pickup ser- vic6 each Friday 1 'morning. Anyone cfatlg'ht throwing rtlfibisH over fence or gate at the dump grounds after May 11 will be tried and fined. •'"The council-' adopted several heW 1 regulations' ctfrid'ernlng 'rub-' .Jbi-Jpit a recfcnt mieeting! Garbage and rubbish must'be'placed in containers no larger than a • 30;gallon drum and placed at the alley line before time of pickup; tin cansjn.Ust be. flattened; paper must be bundled separately ; or burned at'home. •••••• •• Citizens of the town will, not be charged' for the serVic%. v I'iCk- up each week will begin at ,8 a.m. Friday. Woman's Club " If ^i'K-v.fe-it-* •-!• •**• -f. iK/Ai . committee for the April meeting of ! 'thijS7 i F_nton ' -Woman's ' Club, conducte!ci.'*''•'£' : 'white '• elephant' safe;^JWf Rahney "acting as • 'auc'tioneefi: ^limited bidding to ten cerits,-'' wifft?-'''* penny' -raises;-/ r Mrs Schwartz acting as clerk, turned over the' proceeds to the 'club Dreiasurer. •'*•'•'" '' "•••' Election of officers took place during*-''the ' business meeting, witn Mrs Arthur Priebe being reelected president aiid Mrs Ervin Johnson f secretary.. Other officers, include Mrs, Homer,: Matthiesen,' vice president; Mrs "Olaf Norland, treasurer; -and Mrs Ernest Votteler, "historian.' " Mrs Clayton DUsworth reported a'nd 'displayed v three of sixteen books purchased for the Sentral High School library, 'by the club'in. co-operation-with the endly-'Neighbor Club. Se'ventecn members and a guest,'Mrs Elmer Greinert, responded -to the roll call,' 'Things My Husband Wishes I Wouldn't Do.' , • The meeting was in the home of Mrs Hilbert Bierstedt, with Mre Puul'EiSlcr co-hostess in absentia. Fenton Boy Wins ., v ,'- % ''.""•-•' *'' •• • •••-• Class Election, Waldorf College ' — ' David Weot-r has been elected vice-president of the Student body for the 1961-62 school year at Waldorf College. David a. I960 graduate of the Sentral High sphool, is the son of Mr and Mrs tiave Webber, Lone Rock, David had taken an active part in activities at Waldorf this year. He is president of Waldorf Phi Thetn jiappa, a member 01 (he Chapel Choir and a member of the Golf team. David is majorr ing in Science, and following his two years at Waldorf, plans to continue his studying 'at' either tuther 1 College or Iowa State. Bruce Gordon of Carpenter, Iowa was elected president. There are six other 1960 Sen' UaJt graduates who are in attendance at Waldorf College this year, Mary 'Rossiter, Larry Johannesen, TDonald Cherland, Merle Halverson, Lynn fMenz and Charles Kern. ' Bible. Arrangpmepts are n c a r i n g completion for 1901 summei Camp at the Ingham Lake Bible Camp. Robert. Burkgren, a Sentral High ' School teacher, ' wili serve as Camp manager this sum- pier, ftamif) sessions --atart -the first week, in June. New Teacher* Jean- G'aiTlSdn' -"of ••Estherville has" been' hired to teach the 6th t rade ut Uie t^pne Bock school. he is presently Reaching at tbt Albert City - TrUesda'lc school, Gary Wcilwe lias jiecn \\u'c$- tg le^ch English and .dvamaUcs ai ;the. §WW\ fiS; Ml-' Wbye is jtronr'Cherokee "and Is ^presehtl attending ^iite &)l&$t atmy'ri Ncbr. We replaces Mr William O'. Rites Monday At Fenton For Everett Dreyer, 58 FENTON —-^ Everett Henry Dreyer;'36, Fenton, die'd at' 6|20 p.m. Friday at the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville, the:day after his 56th 'birthday. Ailing Since last fall, he had been hbs- pltalized Several 'times. He entered the hospital again three weeks ago.- -• .'•,'' .•••'"'•"•' The eldest son of Mr and Mrs William H. Dreyer, he was born April 29, 1905, on the farm a mile west of Fenton which he latfer bought. He attended Fenton schools, dropping•> out of high School after the death of his father in 1921. ' He was' marrjed to Ida Kohlwes, Dec. 21, 1927, at theJmman- uel Lutheran church, Lo'tts Creek. He is survived by his-wife and three son's, Darrel'of Fentoh; Duane of Humboldt; 'and Rdgerta junior at Mbrhfngside College in Sioux City, ; H •> ';• • ', '.'•"".,'.?.'• Also surviving ar.e) his • mother, Mrs William Dreyer, 84, of .Fellton, three-sisters, Mabel, .Mrs At- thuivKrause Of Fenton; Elvifa, Mrs Richard Hengel' of Ambby, Minn.; Lena, Mrs Alfred Schmidt of Boron, California; a brother 'Frahk'i'of Lone Rodk, gcand children.; . ; |."•;"'' £' Mr Dreyer had been'active] in Farm Bureau Work and had setv- ed on. ,the Fenton school board. He was'a member'of; St. JOKri's Lutheran church in Fenton. ,., 1 Funeral services were held Monday at 1:30 at -the'Thomas Funeral Chapel, and at 2 p.m. at St. "John's Lutheran church: Burial was in the local church cemetery. Rev. Walterj Hi-Friedrich was the officating 'pastor. "•'••:*)•' Pallbearers were John Munch, Frank "Thilges, Clarence Wege- rier, Arid Ranney, Lloyd Su, and Henry Schulte. 3/' ' : 't\-Yf\ : - . ——' ••!.! Sunday guests in the Gerald Schmitt home 1 at Irvington wire •Mr and Mrs Clarence Arb'bgast and Adrian, Mr and Mrs Eugene Huskamp and 1 Trudy, Mrs Qlga Huskamp, Mrs Carrie Vbigt, ;Mr and Mrs Adolph Hansen and'Mr aijd M,rf rbjfle,'Hansen ^nd. Gijfejg. The occasion honored the birthdays of Gerald Schmitt, Adolph Hansen and Clarence Arbogdst. Mf and Mrs Dale Voigl and Mr and Mrs • William DeWall were guests last Sunday of Mt and Mrs H. G. Hyatt at Council Bluffs. Chairman Dr. W. W. Jolleyoi the Salvation Army Service Unit in Fenton has made the announcement thai the financial appeal is now in course of preparation. This appeal is to raise funds for the carrying on of The Salvation Army work here in our 'Own community and throughout the State. Service is rendered Without regard to race, creed, or color. Others serving on the local committee are Gerald Voigt and Kenneth Halverson. Mi and Mrs Rolfe .Miller were Sunday guests in the Paul Winter home at Lakota. Julie Winter fell while at play in her home Tues J day, breaking her right leg just Rev. Oliver Johnson 'confirmed a Class of' eletfeW; at St.' John's Lutheran Church at pepew Sunday morning. Members of the class were Beth' Anh BerkjaHd, James Berkland, Sandra 'Kae Berkland, Mary'Jane Cody, Janice dretchen, Gaylen tfesg, Martha Nelson, Mary Evelyn Nelson, Ltlith Solberg, James twait and Thomas Twait. above the ankle. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn 'and Gerharl Hantelman Visited Sunday with their elderly uncle and aunt, the Rev. and Mrs John Baerman at Palmer, Iowa. Sunday guests in the William DeWall home were Mr and Mrs family '-of and Mrs Ervin Ruhnke and Whittembre and Mr Melvin Berkland and family of Cylinder. Philip Wander, Ex-Fentonite, Dies At 85 Philip A. Wander, 85, died at 2 a.m. April 27 at Brokaw hospital, Normal, ill. He had been hospitalized since Feb. ' 14. He wtis born Feb. 19, 1876 on a farm near Clermont. Moving to Kossuth county in 1900, he did carpenter work around Fenton until 1904. He was united in marriage' to Grace M. Meyers on Dec. 7,' 1900. They farmed with A. A. Meyers until 1906 when they moved to the Wander farm, 2% miles south of Fenton. There they made their home until 'his wife's" death In January, 1958. He id survived by his son, Carrol A. Wander, an attorney at Bloomington, 111., with whom he had made his Home'the past three years. Also surviving are a grandson, Philip A. Wander, Bloomington, 111;, a brother John, Ossian; three sisters, Mrs Esther Brause and Thursday, May 4, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Moirte$-5 ; Mrs Selma Randall, both of West Union, and. Mrs. Emma Gordon, Castalia: He was preceded in death by two brothers and three sisters. i • • • Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at. the Fenton Methodist church with burial at Eastlawn Memorial gardens at Algona. The Rev. Harvey A. Walker of Fehton officiated, Hyink Funeral Homo was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Louis <Wehrs- pan, Harold Weh'rspan, Luke Lin- nan, Oorald Voigt, Gaylord Johnson and Ray Priebe. EASY PAYMENTS PUTS THE EXTRA comforts of Green Colonial healing and cooling within reach of every homeowner. STOEBER HARDWARE dealer for Fenton and vicinity EARL'S WATCH & BANDS REPAIR OPTICAL SCREWS NECKLACE CLASPS LOCATED AT ANDREASEN'S INS. BLDG. RINGSTED (17-20) <'« -' M | STATEMENT of CONDITION FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK Armstrong and Fe nton, Iowa APRIL 12, 1961 — ASSETS Cash & Due from Banks _ —-$715,254.03 U. S. Bonds & Securities 845,769.66 Municipal Bonds and Securities : "__ : 63,69~5.53 Loans & Discounts 1,883,808.48 •Banking House, Furniture and Equipment 8,191.49 - LIABILITIES - Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplus 100,000.00 Undivided Profits 216,481.10 Reserves 50,000.00 Deposits 3,100,238.14 Total Assets $3,516,719.24 Total Liabilities Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. .$3,516,719.24 ONE-THIRD MORE FLOOR SPACE IN OUR NEW "NORTH ROOM" DISPLAY ABOVE - ONE OF NPW "NORTH RQOM" THi NfWMt In FURNITURE, CARPETING cmd LAMPS SEE THE FINEST IN HOME FUNRISHiNQS AT SENSIBLE PRICES WHBP ^B^H'^P flp^w *Bssmp fiiBP ^P^ ^^^JIF ^w^^^r ^IP wiB' ^^^w ^^^^w ^^w ^^w ^^P ^^w ^pv ^^^^^p ^^w ^^^^ " FELCO SPECIAL HOG BALANCER WILL BALANCE YOUR BUDGET TOO Use Special Hog Balancer during the pasture feeding months. It is formulated to be used in complete rations \Vith the addition of alfalfa meal . . . or to be self-fed along with corn. 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