The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1961 · Page 18
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May 25, 1961 Purchase New flags For Fenton Main St. Display "' Fenion — With tM Fentbn Community Club paying half thti .cost Kanney-Weisbrod post of the -American Legion nas oougiu 24 Nags With brackets for their dis- iplay on M.ain Street hgnt posts. The new flags are to be kept at the community center ana displayed On appropriate occasions the first time on Memorial Day. Service • Officer S. E. Straley reports the purchase has exhaust;; ANHtUNCEMpT >> Walt Pertl is now associated with our it , , ; .... ..••-.[[•• firm, giving us two full-time men, it • ' ' : ' ' -' * •'.-'' & " with two trucks arid a station wagon •' at your service for Plumbing, Heating • and Wiring. PHONE 159 FOR SERVICE McFALL PLUMBING & HEATING ; Fenton! <U»Af06fi«i (!«•) Upper Des Maine* Thursday, May 25, 1961 -' - -'- - 1- -• — * --HI r r..< ed the Post's memorial fund, dbrhe'&f which was used to buy and install a trophy case inside the gym entrance of tne Fenton school. The case and accompany!mg plaque were dedicated and presented on Memorial uay ten years ago to the late Otto J. Borcharctt, then president of tne school board. There will be no formal obsei vance of Memorial uay m Jberi ton this year Donald Bhaw, cui rent commander, has indicated, however, thlt'the local post wili decorate soldiers' graves in the following cemeteries: First Methodist and St John's Lutheran at Fenton, St, Luke's Lutheran at Fairville, and Blakjer Lutheran near Seneca. Designs Motor-Bike With All The Modern Gadgets Publlthad |y;W llipir; 6«i HANSEN'S SERVICE HIWAY 44 IN FENTON FOR THE BEST WASH JOB III IIIW il • We wash your car quickly .."." from tires to top . . . make it spotless inside and out... Our men brush your upholstery and protect it from moisture. Your car is turned back to you sparkling clean, ready to make you proud you're the owner. '* : *C»«EJN TODAY! A COMPLETE, TOP NOTCH CAR WASH 99c with 10 galllon gas purchase THURSDAY, FRIDAY or SATURDAY ' Phone 26 - We'll Pick Up and Deliver •CRfATION' Sprigs of brown iprlnMtd with delicate blossomt In soft shades of Itvender on a modern toupt itiapt. Cups tnd , elhtr selid-cylor pitMi »r» Itventttr, You'll use it three times a clay for beautiful meals. No matter how often you use it ... and that includes banging, scalding, automatic dishwashing . . . there's no worry about breakage. TEXAS WARE molded melamine is guaranteed in writing two full years against chipping, cracking or breaking. You'll love the graceful shapes, the delicate colors, Complete service for eight includes: 8 decorated dinner plates « 8 decorated saucers • 8 cups • 8 soup bowls • 8 salad plates • 1 decorated platter • 1 seiv- fcig bowl * i creamer « 2-piece sugar, with Hd. mmm Met-MAC® QUALITY DINNERVVARB STOEBER HARDWARE Close Call In Mishap After Graduation In the case of Joseph Emmet Cowans, 17, son of Mi. and Mrs. Andrew Gowans of near Fenton, it was almost a case of having the commencement closely followed by the ending. ' Joe was driving alone about 10 pm. Wednesday night of lasi week after graduation exercises at Sentral, high, on his way to a party in his honor at his homu 8^2 miles southwest of the school. The car struck a soft spot in the county road and rolled on its top down a 10-foot grade ana into a water-filled ditch. AH the windows were closed, but he finally managed to pry one open so that he could squeeze his .way out. He was unhurt, and walked the rest of the way home. Damage was estimated at about $400 to the car.. The graduation party still was held, but more in spirit of thanksgiving. Joe plans on entering commercial airline training next fall. FE.NTQN, To Confirm 10 At Lutheran Church, M Fenion — The Rev. .W. H. Friedrirh will confirm a class of nine at the 10 a.m. worship service at St. John's Lutheran church on May 28th. Members ol the class are Marilyn Alt, Mark Berkland. Margaret Bierstedt, Judy Geitzenauer, Mary Hantelman, Rebecca Hantelman, Judy Luedtke, Timothy Struecker and James Sunde. At Confirmation Dinner Mr. and Mrs, M. P. Nemitz, Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seely and family, Mr. and Victor Strueckei and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Boettcher and family all of Fenton attended the confirmation service at Trinity Lutheran church in Algona and were among other relatives as dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer in honor of their daughter Juanita, a member of the confirmation class. To Arizona Funeral Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Preul left Thursday for Phoenix, Arizona to attend the funeral services of their son-in-law Dr. Emil Sulek, who died of a heart attack following a lingering illness due to his heart condition. Diane Uihof Nine Diane Uthof observed her ninth birthday with a party at ner home Monday evening. Guesls were classmates: Sandra Hantelman, Rhoda Kern, Linda Wegener, Dixie Hudson, Lynette Johnson, Bethene Juhl, Jan Newel, Terri Voigt, Linda Sunde and Diane Luedtke. Saturday evening guests in the Uthof home in her honor were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mitchell, Mr, and Mis. Ray Uthof and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Flint, and family, Paul Cornelius, Kr. ana Mrs. Lloyd Cornelius and Leonard of Graettinger, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Cornelius and Sheri of Armstrong. Install Club Officers The Town and Country Woman's Club met Tuesday evening May 16 in the home of Mrs. William Hantelman for a 6:30 buffet supper. Mrs. Ted Jensen was co-hostess. The recently elected officers were installed at a special candle- lighting ceremony. Assuming office in September will be Mrs. Clarence Yager, president; Mrs. Jack Gerhart, vice president; Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, recording secretary; Mrs. Dale Voigt, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, treasurer; a Mrs. Herbert Krause, historian. Pictured above is Les Weisbrod, Fenion implement .dealer, and a motor-bike which he recently completed making, using a Briggs & Straltton motor for power. The motor-bike has speed control on the handle bars, and a turn light control applied by touching the pedal of the bike. The rear wheel arrangement is strictly Mr. Weisbrod's own invention. Les constructed the motor bike from his own ideas, and the magazine "Science and Mechanics" now wanlts a picture and story about the vehicle. But before he can ride it, Mr. Weisbrod will have to geit .the necessary licenses, and inspection from the state motor vehicle department, too. We'll bet no inspector has ever inspected a vehicle such as the one above, however. In the meantime, it has had ills test runs on byways around Fenton and works fine. (UDM foto-engrav- ing). ning by -the death of her aunt Mrs. Emma GulL Mr. and Mrs. Duane Widdel and Mrs. Merwin Widdel the latter of Ringsted went to Colesburg, Wednesday for the funeral services. Mrs, Widdel returned to Fenton with them that" evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson visited Sunday in the Omeal kelson and Hale Halverson home at Humboldt. ' —* Mr. and Mrs. Raymond LisJet were weekend guests in the home ;heir son-in-law and daughter, Vlr. and Mrs. Fredrick Marsh at New Providence, Iowa. Guests in the George M. Jor- jenson home last Sunday were Mrs. Alex Zilka of Riverside, ialifornia and Mrs. Melvin Hunt of Doiliver, Iowa. c Diana Lynn Kressin, daughiei of Mr. and Mrs. John Kressin _!baptized Sunday,. Mayj.21 t - ffi Giir Saviour Lutheran Church,] Armstrong. Sponsor was James' Kressin with Mrs.",'Jack Gerhart and Mary England *as witnesses. A gona and Mrs Emma Reimers. ' A number of relatives and friends were guests in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Walker in honor of Janet's graduation Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Shipler and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shipler and Crystie of Algona were Saturday evening guests in the Art Kabrick home. Girls Top Senior Class In Sentral Commencement • Fenton — Earl Hall, editor of the Mason City Globe Gazette, delivered the commencement ad- .dress last Wednesday night at Sentral Community school. "Men fWho Have Dared" was the subject of his talk. Thirty-three seniors in caps and gowns received diplomas from Berl Smith, president of the ly Colctburg, Iowa Monday eve- were Mr. and Mrs. John Kressin Robert and Dianna, Mr. and Mrs James Kressin, Mr. and Mrs. .*».; Jressin and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. .yle England and Mary, Mr., ax ill's. Kenneth Johnson and family. Rev. and Mrs. David Vigen and Eric of Armstrong were Saturday evening dinner guests in the Kenneth Halverson home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thees field and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Theesfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde and family were Sunday dinnsr guests in the Lester Theesfield homo at Armstrong in honor of Judy't jonfinnation. Guests in the Fred Morlensor. home following Commencement exercises Wednesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs, Fern and Dennis, Mrs. Arnold Laabs and Diane, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Haase and Karen of Algona, Mrs. Clara Lloyd, Bernard Laabs, Karen. Cornelius of Ringstcd and Mrs. Daryl Householder, of Lone Rock. Guests in the Clarence Yagei home Wednesday evening in honor of Kern's graduation were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and Danny, Mrs. Amanda Kern, Mr. and Mrs. Webber Yager, M.r. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kern, Opal and Karen of Al- Janet Walker was named valedictorian of the class with a grade point average of 3.75. She is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Walker. Salutatpr- ian was Susan Montgomery with FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa 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 FENTON BUSINESS . and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTQN, IA. y THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invite* You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN PURE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bu*. Phone 3 go*. Phone 40 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Or, E, W. PE NTI5T Office phent 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER It Th* Only Publication Printed Tbst Takes An Interest In Fenton! Phone LLOYD M. BERKLAND goal Estate BroJk»r ind form (.pan* And Auction Seryica ; , ........ Penton, low* a grade point average oi 3.68. She is the daughter of Mti and Mrs. fc. A. Lee. -. KossUth County Baf assoela* tion presented tha "Citizenship award" to Marjorie Johnson. Invocation was said by,.yie Rev. Harvey Walker and'behfe* diction was delivered by the Rev, C, E. Nordine. '' - lONE ROCK NEWS The Thelma Circle of the Presbyterian Church met in the; Mil'' ton Madison home Thursday^ With 13 members present. Mrs. 'Donald Blanchard was assisting. hos*' tess. Mrs. Willis Cotton gave the lesson. •'':• 'i.~ The Patsy Circle of the Presbyterian church met in the, Mer^ wyn Hurlburt home. Mrs., Jim Marlow gave the lesson. , t Mr. and ,Mrs. Herman; Hee'rdl of Hector, Minn, and Mrs. ( Ger T , tie Priissman of Myrtle, 'S. D. called Monday in the Frank B*laig; home. ' •'. . "• ..„. Mary Genrich and Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenauer Were visitors 'in ! ,the C. J. Stauder home .inj Bancroft . , Cfettsenauer, soft of>Mr\ and Mrs. Lorenz Qeitzenavef, re-* eetved his insignia for ntttsW at Washington, D. C, jtfay Geitzenauer, daughter 01 Mr, and Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenauer, has .finished Junior • College at fimmetsburg and will enter Man- date,'JteacherS College in the fall. ' A. F. Krueger of Fairmont, Mmn. visited Wednesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Chrlstenson. Ben Schmidt,- Robert .Schmidt, Fred Schmidt and Leo Schmidt, and Martin Meyer of Burt Vis* ited Mike Rouse m Fairmont Monday evening. They celebrated the birthday of Mrs. Rouse. i.Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidi were -guests in the Robert Schmidt home following baccalaureate exercises Sunday evening, hpriorihg Darrell Schmidt's grad- Ua,tron. . Mrs. Ben Schmidt, Mrs. Robert 'Schmidt,' Mrs. Fred Schmidt arid Mrs. LeO Schmidt attended the bridal shower for Helena Meyer, daughter of Mr; and Mrs. Martin, Meyer of Burt. Miss Meyer will be 'married to John Dittmer of Burt June 11 )iri the Methodist . . Art Sumach and family vis! ted-Mrv and Mrs. Frea HaUbauer of" Cherokee last Sunday. IPIfVlfEWS, Wfi WANT H CORN! WE HAVE IT! INCLUDING - 404A 'HOMER MATTHIESEN Phone 141 — Fenton THIS IS OUR INVITATION TO DROP IN AT OUR SATURDAY, MAY 27 2 To 5 PM. 7 To 9 P.M. INTRODUCING OUR NEW , . . RECENTLY COMPLETED, GREATLY ,£NLAR|5ING OUR FLOOR SPACE; CARPET DEPT^GENERALfHbME FURNISHINGS; ;; • ABOVE; VIEW OF NORTH ROOM" CARPET DISPLAY A8fi>VEi QiNIRAl VIEW 0 r "NORTH RQQM" FURNITURE 3 4 FREE DOOR PRIZES - 3 (Just Jiegjfter ivtry Tim* Yaw Are In Qyi 5t»r«) P E T ER SEN FURNITURE

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