The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1961 · Page 10
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*w. 4*-Alflana fla.) Upper Pa* Thursday, Moy 1 1 , .s Rites Held On Friday For John Kohlwes, Lotts Creek Fenton— John C, Kohlwes, 83 dcd at 11:30 p.m. at his farm home two miles south of Lotts Creek. He had been in failing health for about two years. He was born Nov. 14, 1877 at Oldenburg, Germany, and came to Am'erica in Feb. 1891. He was married Feb. 23, 1904 to Mane Maas at Homestead, Iowa. She 'died this pa-st March 11. The Couple mpved to the Lotts Creek farm in 1907. Surviving children are Ida, Mrs Everett Dreyer of Fenton; Elsie, Mrs Paul Eigler of Fenton; Ewald of Austin Minn, and Arlin of rural Algona. A son, 'Oscar died in 1956. There are twelve grandchildren and seven great grandchildren also surviving. •, Mr Kohlwes was township clerk for over 20 years, had served on the Creamery board and held various offices at the; Immanuel Lutheran church. . •• Services were held Friday afternoon at Immanuel 'Lutheran church with the Rev. G. J. C. Gerike of Algona officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery Thomas Funeral home was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Ed Lieb, Noah Reisner, L. A. Hackbarth, William Docker, William Kading and Art Rusch. Mrs Wesley Witter of Arcadia. Cal. is visiting her mother, Mrs Blanche Huskamp and brot.ior- in-laW and sister, Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod. The Fenton Processors 4rH Club met May 3rd in the home of Jomes and Gene Hartman. Mr Hartman gave a talk on soils and passed around samples. The annual June club tour and picnic were discussed. Named to attend the Short course was John Ruger and to attend 4-H Camp were Brian Borchardt arid J6hri Laage. Lunch was served by Mrs Hartman. . Popular Mover's Work saver af a Super /ow Pries GE STEAM DRY-IRON Shell dppractafa thti push button baautyl Reg. $1.93 PRETTY CANISTER SET Bright idea for her kitchen — Starlight canister* in pink, whit* or yellow. VINYL TABLE CLOTH Pretty enough for her par- $*l.69 ties. Wipes clean with a cloth. 1 Mother will enjoy this AUTOMATIC DEEP FRYER Frys to perfection! Heat con. trol removes for easy cleaning. Regular $19.95 West Bend ELECTRIC SKILLET She'll kiss you for £^ y| $Q this! 11" size, with cover. "For Mommy" CHINA SERVING BOWL Perfect for lerving salads, veg elables or desserts) Honored At Bridal Shower Fenton — Miss Judy Juhl was honored at a miscellaneous shower Tuesday'evening at St. Johns Lutheran Church parlors. Miss Judy Voigt registered ,the guests Mrs Howard Kralisc, Lohe Rock, was in charge of the program which included a vocal duet by Bcthenc and Dawson Juhl, and a vocal duet by Mrs William Marlow and daughter Laurie. A roading was offered by Mrs Robert Krause, and a piano solo by Jane Dreyer. Miss Juhl will be married June 11 to David Dreyer at St. Johns Lutheran church at Depew. Fenion — W. Earl Hall, editor of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, pictured above, will give the commencement address at Sentral high school, next Wednesday evening, May 17. He is a native of Iowa, former state commander of the American Legion, and has traveled in 31 foreign countries. Junior - Senior Banquet The Scntral Junior - Senior banquet and prom was held Friday evening at the school gym, which was decorated in an Oriental Gardens theme. Mr Richard Winter was the speaker. The' welcome was '&**» >y Barbara Tomlinson, presidenl f the Junior class, and Richarc Jetersen, president of the senior class, gave the response. Double Baptismal Bites Brian Marlin, son of Mr anc Vlrs Marlin Wegener and Dean, larlan, son of Mr and Mrs>Haran Mueller, were baptized in St. John's Lutheran church by Rev. W. H. Friedrich on Sunday, May ' -Brians sponsors were Mr and flrs Mueller, and Dean's sponsors were Ivlr and Mrs Wegener in the double baptismal rite. Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener, Mr and Mrs Ernest Mueller and Mrs Kate Wegener of Algona are Brians grandparents. Mr and Mrs. Ernest Mueller, Mr and Mrs Fred Prohaska of Eariham, la. and Mrs Lizzie Baker of Denver, Colo, are Derm's grandparents. Mr and Mrs Ernest Mucllei entertained at a dinner in honor of the occasion, Mr and Mrs Marlin Wi-gncr, David, Dvbra ano Brian; Mr ai'.d Mrs Harlan Mueller, Dale and Dean; Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener, Mr and Mrs M'jlvin Pompe, Marvin. Diane, Barbara and Lori; Mr and Mrs Fred Prohaska and Dorothy Soars of Euilham. Mr and Mrs Fred Mortensen dnd Kathy took Ronald Morten- sc-n back to Ames Sunday, and en- route home they visited in the Herechal Heath home at Grand ,1 unction, Iowa. Auxiliary Plant Sale On May 20 Fenton — The Legion Auxil iary will Huld its annual plant and floux-r sale Saturday, May 20 ut the Fenton Community Cvnler. It .should be noted that this is one week earlier then thtir usu;!l dale. The usual lint of garden plants and flowers will be for sale. Anyone desiring any special plan,! should contact Mrs Charles Newel, who is in charge. The ladies will ulso be serving lunch throughout the day, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Dinner and supper will also be served. Losers Luncheon Held By Circles, Fenton W.S.CS. Fenloh — A,Losers'- Luncheon was served by thfe Maxine Circle Thursday at the' .Mfethddist church. Fifty four women attended the year's end meeting; 6f the Woman's Society 'of Christian Service. Winners in the year's attendance contest were the Virginia and Nellie circles. Next year's officers were installed by the church pastor, the Rev. Harvey A. Walker. The outgoing president,, Mrs Eugene Huskamp, and Mrs Harvey Walker and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth participated in the lesson. Mrs Dale Weisbrod, lesson leader, conducted the three- candle pledge service. Worship leader was Mrs Fred NeweL With Mrs Lyle Newel presiding after the installation service, t the society adopted 12 resolutions prepared by the executive committee. One of the resolutions provided »hat a birthday cake be supplied by the hostesses for those mcr-ibers having birthdays that month. Other women ofthe church will receive special invitations to attend the WSCS meeting of their birth month. Mrs Derwood Voigt was named chairman of the termer Nellie Circle, and the Circle will now be uncwn as the Maryls Circle. ST JOHN'S AID MET SI John's Ladies Aid Society met Wednesday at thechurch parlors with hostesses Mrs Emil Bierstedt, Mrs Ferdinand Bierstedt and Mrs Allan Bellinger. The Rev. W.H. Friedrich was in charge of the devotions and led in the lesson topic. Mrs James Meyer was welcomed as a new member, Announcement was made of the Algona Zone meeting of the Lutheran Womans Missionary League to be held at Whittemore, Wednesday, May 10th. Mrs Ervin Borchardt, local president, will give the welcome response at this meeting. , T Visiting guests were Mrs Norman Bollinger. Mrs Richard Thee- feld, Mrs Charles Weisbrod and Miss Bertha Kressin. was night at the time and Jens •mid he saw the tractor light but not the disc behind the machine. TWe machines were comiftg from opposite directions. The Jens 1951 car Was S total loss and the disc iad $25 in damage. There were r\o injuries. Fenton Soldier Home On Visit guests In the parental Jack Quirtn home. , ' * Dr. Lawrence ttumke of Madrid was a Sunday guest in the home of Rev. and'Mrs C.S. Nordftie. Rev. and Mrs Nordine were guests of the Mariners'Group bt the Burt PresbyteWan Chuffch Sunday evening. Mrs Edna Sieferts accompanied her son and his wife, Kr and Mrs Carlos Sieferts, Partners City, 111. to Burt. They attended the funeral of Hiram Ackerman Monday. Mrs Edna Sieferts visited over the weekend in the home of her niece, Mr and Mrs Ffank Flaig. _ LIGHTNING Merle Olson, 17, of Rak* was injured recently when lightning struck the telephone he- was using. He was thrown across the room by the bolt and suffered burns on both legs as weir as numerous small cuts. 21. shoemaker,- ,-., Czechoslovakia. •• .,,-'^/ "'" Jim Novak of Britt is retiring '. to lie United States at the age EARL'S WATCH & BANDS REPAIR OPTICAL SCREWS — NECKLACE CLASPS LOCATED AT > ANDREASEN'S INS. BLDG. RINGSTED \ "'\ (17- ' MOTHER ...EVERYONE'S V BEST GIKL Fenion — Darrel Berkland, above, is spending a two week furlough with his parents, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland. Darrel, who is with a heavy artillary unit of the National Guard, has taken his eight week basic training at Fort Leonard Wood. Mo Following his furlough, he will go to Fort Sill, Okla., where he will finish the remainder of a six month training period. (.ONE ROCK NEWS Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton were ecent visitors in the home of vlr and Mrs John Cotton in Fort )odge. , , Mr and Mrs Jim Thul and fam- ly of Cedar Falls were weekend FAIRV1LLE LADIES AID The Fairville Ladies Aid Society met Thursday afternoon wrth hostesses'; Mrs Lyle HaacfrHf"' Mrs Arnold Hantelman. VisifJ _ guests were Mrs Marold Scnlei Mrs Willard Kenz, Mrs Roy Chris- ehilles, and Mrs Eldon Hantel man. The pastor, Rev. Eckelman led the group in devotions, ana also conducted a bible quiz. Announcement was made of the ..Igona Zone meeting at Whitte more on May 10. Car And Disc In Collision Fenton — A disc owned b i_,loyd Berkland, Fenton, wa damaged Monday when it was hi jy a car driven by Jon Jens, als of Fenton, as Berkland was pull ng it behind his tractor 2 mile •ast and one north of Fenton. 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