June 29, 1941 Fenton Firemen Planning Free Program On The 4th Of July Fenton — Art afternoon ana ,—r: .,". ,'j '-.. evening 4th of July program 'is 4-Alflona (Id.) Upper De* being planned at Fenton under sponsorship of ^he Fenton Fire Dept. The program will start with a trap shoot at 1 jj.m. at the base Inea Thursday, June 29, 1961 .. gall field just east of the Fen- afternoon, free ton School. During the rides will be given on the Fenton fire truck for all. kids^or oldsters too, if you want to ride a fire truck. At 5 p.m. there will'be a Pee Wee baseball game between two area te'ams. After dark," there will be d fireworks display at the athletic field. '' 'Trie 1 'Are' departmerit 'committee Includes Merle • Voigt, Del Geitzenauer, and Marion Stucki ; '„ Wed 47 Years Mri -and,'} Mrs. Floyd Duncan quietlyl'dlaseryed their 47th wed- ding'anniversary, Sunday, June oe ** £^ * i * 25. •?*> ,. Sot Yankees Vs. Twins Four xMgo'na couples, the Du- ane,Wfddels, Charles Feys, Tony Wintels and- Eldon Duncans, took in tfte*. J ^aturday baseball game in Minneapolis.,' between the Twins and Yankees.' Mr. and Mrs. Art Glaus of Portland, Oregon,.visited friends in Fenton on Monday. Mis. Gerald Volgl is enrolled for a summer school course at Iowa State University in Ames. Gerald Voigt graduated from two year course in Agricultural Credit at Amps on Friday.' The graduation banquet was held in the Gold Room of the Union with Dean Floyd Andre presenting the certificates. ' ' Otto Jensen returned home at ter spending several weeks at Bowstring Lake, Deer River, Minn. .... Mr. arid Mrs. Harold Newel. Peter and Pamela of Lakewood, California, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel were Monday eve- rting dinner guests Ih the E. C. Weisbrod home. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stucki were dinner guests in the Richaro Stucki home Sunday. Mrs. Arno Juhl; Mrs. Elmer Naig, Mrs. Al Fanning and Mrs. Wayne Smith went to Mason. City Thursday to visit Mrs. Kenneth Evenspn who had surgery at Mercy>Hospital there. Former JFenton residents Mr. and Mrs. -J. F. Beckley now of Nbrthfield, Vermont visited- this past weejc with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. 'and Mrs. Franklin Rusch of rural Lone Rock. Mr. Beckley ' teaches engineering at Norwich university, a military college. Miss Hantelman Capped, Nurse RITCHIE STOCK WATERERS FOR CATTLE - HOGS - POULTRY ' OR COMBINATION Insulated Electric, Ail Models and Sizes To Fit Your Heeds McFall Fenton — Susart Hantelman, above, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs Wm. Hantehrian; received her nurse's cap at ceremonies held June 16 at , the Abbott Hospital School of Nursing in Minneapolis. She- was a weekend visitor at .the home of her parents. (UDM Engraving) FGMIOTil Ray Stoeber, Our Own Hardware In Fenton Says .,»«»••«•••*••«, »** 1 CXMT KOMSE YOU • * WONT MMT YOURSELF j '. WTOACQWa BUT... • I personally promise you "SUPERMIX FLOOR ENAMEL will wear well on your floors or your money back' 7 •Rubberized to expand or contract with the surface you put it on-so it lasts longer, Ideal for basement or porch floor, steps, stoops, lawn furniture, too, Can be applied right over linoleum. Alkali and water resist" ROt- 8 popular colors. Costs less than most paints of fcmpgreblt quality STOEBER HARDWARE $1.89 QUART FiNTQN OUR OWN HARDWARE YOU* fAIWI , Behrie visited with hex mother, Mrs. Florence Behne over the weekend. They both attended the Weisbrod-Bleckwenn wedding after which Mrs. Behne took Janet to Rochester, where she is in nursing school. They were accompanied by Mrs. Carol Sewell who visited ' her father George Jorgenson, Sr. and a cousin Mrs. Kenneth Larson. Monday evening. June 19 Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer were honored at >a shower at St. John's church at Depew. The was opened by Pastoi ai witJi devotion and pra> em. Waynir Smith was master of . NameeMa and Lon•sang a . chiet, Joamv gawe a iBamEng, Charles lead a ps&SL Terry Juhl aad n.iimram-r Soifoarg each sang a 31360 aindl Caroline Naig a reading. The were Mesdames Ken- Evensoo, Charles Naig, Le- Rcy Naig, Hichard Naig, Gaylprd Naig, Robert Naig, Wayne Smith, Allen Fanning, Wm. DeWall Win. Weiner, Ervin Solberg, Art Juhl and Thomas Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Reed and family of Yakima, Washington and Mrs. Elsie Reed of Algona were Friday afternoon and evening visitors, in the Raymond Stoeber home. Opeh h6use honoring Mi 1 , and Mrs. Abel HaUgfe on theh i , f silv4f wedding 'anniversary Was held on Sunday, June 25 at the Imtriart- uel Lutheran-church, parldrs in Forest City. Mfif. MaUge is trie former Alice Thompson of Fen- Mr, and Mrs. Milford Elbett and family of Whittemore anu Mrs. Sarah Weisbi|d were,'Sunday, June 18 dinner guests in the Ralph Weisbrod'home. Wednesday evening Jun« 20. Mrs. Samih Isrhir celebrated her birthday In her parental Ernest Berkland home. Helping her celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland and family and Mr. and Mrs. Stan Berkland.. Mrs. C. C. Callahan spent from Wednesday until Friday bf ; last week with Mrs. Florence •-•Behne while Rev. Callahan was a Quarterly ' Conference attendant In Sioux City. , : , . Father's Day dinner guests m the Gerhard Hantelman, home were Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Heine and family and Mr. and Mrs Merle Voigt-and family. / S-Sgt. and Mrs. Eldon Hurlburl and family of Lannon, Wisconsin are visiting friends and relative^ in the Fenton area. Mrs. Hurl- hurt is a daughter of the Fred Jentz,'s. , Luncheon guests in the Gerhard .Hantelman home Tuesday, June 20 were Mrs. Mary Schincke and children,"Jills'a, Oklahoma and Mrs. Edward Westfall, Ann and Tommy of Graettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jeniz and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jentz and family and S-Sgt. and Mrs. Eldon Hurlburt and family were Sunday, June 18 dinner guests in the Don Berkland home. The Fenton Community Club met Monday evening, June 19 at the community center for. their supper and business meeting. The club voted to donate $60 toward the 4th of July fireworks. , Mrs.. S. E. Straley and.,Wfs- Lyle Hansen and Greg went to Lake Mills on Friday to visit the Donald-Voids. They returned home Friday night with the Void children. Sunday dinner guests in the Straley home were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Void and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hansen and Greg. Floor Gives In; Basement Found Fenton — Ed Reimers, who works at McFall's, had a strange accident while at work .last,^Friday morning. He walked across the wood floor of a back storage room and it gave way. He fell into the unused basei ment which had a few feet of water in it.-The items that were stored in the room slid in on top of Ed but he wasn't hurt and went back to work in the afternoon. The building was formerly owned by the late Einer Faurby for his blacksmith shop. It is quite old and none can guess low many people have walked across that floor but" Friday ii could stand no more. MRS. SfUCKl Pamela W&sbrod Bw/e Garry Bleckwenn, June 25 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Newel Peter and Pamela, Lakowood California, arc visiting in the Charles Newels for a couple weeks. A dinner and afternoon gathering was held in their honor Sunday. Dinner guests wore Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCarthy and family, Hartley and Mr. ana Mrs. Lyle Newel and family The afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Guylord Johnson, Mr, and Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudl Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Johnson and family of Swea City. Mrs. and Mrs. Lester Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Johnson and family of Algona. Rev. and Mrs. Samih Ismir o. Tomahawk, Wisconsin were guests last week in the Ernes Berkland home. The couple at tended the wedding of a frieni at Rolfe. Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Bleckwem, | and Mr. and Mrs. 'Henry Zinne! and family of Hodman helped Mrs Laurenetta Miller celebrate her birthday Tuesday evening June 20, Lofts Greek Lassies The Lotts Creek Lassies me) June 10 at Whittemore. Plans were made for the family picnic in July. Talks were given .by Carol Anliker, Judy Bosch, Jane Metzgcr, Alice Elbert and Jackie Delrick. At noon the girls had a pot luck dinner. Jackie Datrick and Sherry Ludwig were co*hostesses. Man Blacks Out Ringsted — L. A. Peterson ran into a light pole in front of Ringsted high school Tuesday at 5:45 p.m. Damage was done to hii oar as well as damage to tht street light and pole. It is believed he suffered a blackout spell. Mr. Petersen was uninjured. Fenton — Pamela Marie Weisbrod, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod of Fenton and Garry G. Bleckwenn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bleckwenn, Cylinder were united in marriage Sunday afternoon, June 25, BI the Fenton Methodist church. Reverend H. 'A. Walker performed the double ring ceremony. Miss' Jean- Long of Fort Dodge was the. soloist and Mrs. Clarence Osborn 'the organist. Susan Hantelman was the maid of honor and the bride's sister, Nadine, was bridesmaid.' Mark Bleckwenn, brother of the groom was bestman and Roger Frink was groomsman. Derwood Voigt. the brides uncle, and Lloyd Bleckwenn, the groom's uncle were ushers. The bride was attired in a floor length gown of silk organza with short sleeves and portrait neckline -framed in scallops and iris crystals. The basque bodice held a lavish plastron of Chantilly lace embroidered in crystals and repeated in the lovely sprays which encircled the bouffant skirt with it's graceful chap.el train. Her cloud veil was, held in place by a pearl crown trimmed with iris crystals. Her only jewelry, a gift of the groom, was a single strand of pearls anq pearl earrings. The bride carried a cascade bouquet of red roses while the bridesmaids carried cascades of white carnations. Their dresses were of mint green dotted nylon, with matching headclips and halo veils. A reception for 150 guests was held in the church basement. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp were dining room host and hostess. Judy Eigler was in charge of the guest book and Mrs. Richard Stucki and Miss Janet Behne opened the gifts. Mrs. Arlo Voigt and Mrs. Dale Voigt, the bride's aunts poured and Mrs. Lloyd Bleckwenn, the groom's aunt and Mrs. Derwood Voigt the bride's aunt cut the cake. Table waitresses were Diane Frink, Marilyn Bellinger, Trudy Huskamp, Rebecca Householder, Evalon Schlei, Judy Voigt and Mrs. Vernon Reisner. After a short wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Bleckwenn will be at home in Altus, Oklahoma, where the groom is in the 'air force. The out of state guests at the Weisbrod-Bleckwenn wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Geronsin of St. Louis, Missouri, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bleckwenn of Arizona, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stigman and family of Illinois, Gordan Stigman of California and Mrs. Susie Stigman of Texas, Mr. am. Mrs. Jacobson of Minnesota, Mi-, and Mrs. Arlo Voigt and family of Minnesota and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Nivcn and family ol Sioux City, Iowa. Fractures For 2 From Ringsted Two Ringsted youngsters suffered fractured arms in separate accidents during the past week They are Dennis Busch, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Busch, and Diane. Behrcnds, 7, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey B Bthrends. Dennis broke his left wrist at Arnolds Park while roller skating Sunday and was taken to Dickinson County Memorial hos pital where the bone was set. Diane fell out of a hayloft the same day and broke her right arm. was Installed at services Sunday, June 25, at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Benjamin J. Swede, vice-moderator of the Presbytery, presided at the service and gave the sermon. Rev. James K. Lyon of Estherville gave the charge to the pastor. . 3 Have Not Missed Reunion In36 Years Seneca — The 36th annual Jensen reunion and picnic was held at the Armstrong City Park, Sunday, June 25th, with ' approximately 50 in attendance. A short business meeting was held. All officers were reetected: They are: Maynard, Jensen, Swea CJty, presidenlt; Ted' Ahart- of Ames, vice^presidient; attd Mrs. Oliver, Helgason of Armstrong, secretary and treasurer". Named on the .food commmittee, were Mrs. Cecil Thorson, Mrs. Ted Jensen and Mrs., Norman Wilberg. Two familiar faces'were missing this year. They were J. M. Jensen of Ringsted, who is recuperating at Algona from a re^ cent appendectomy and J. H. Jensen, who has mdt been enjoying the best of health in recent weeks. Three of the Jensen dlan have attended all 36 reunions. They are Mrs. P. H. Jensen of Fenton, Millen Jensen of Waltham, Minn., and Martin Wilberg of Seneca. Enjoying. the get-together this year were Mr. arid Mrs. Richard Jensen and family, Mr. and' Mrs. Oliver Helgason,, and the Donald- Jensens, all of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. • Donald Wilberg and family of Fairmont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jensen 'and family of Swea CSty; Mr. and Mrs. Mullen Jensen and Mark of Waltham, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. -Ralph Jensen, MamWato, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. C. W. • Hanson of Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Petersen and Mrs. Louise Petersen of Sioux .City, Iowa; Mr.-and Mrs. George Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. H. N= Wilberg, Mr. and Mrs. Norman ,,..--- 0 and family all of Ringsted': Mr, and-Mrs. Verinon Jensen.'^ Algona; Jean'and Bradley Wulf of Elkhorn, Nebraska; Mr, and Mrs. P H. Jensen, Mr, and Mrs. Martin Wilberg, Jerry and. Lois, all of Fenton and Bob'Wilpefg Of Lone Rock. Larson Reunion Mr. and Mrs Curtis Olsen aftd their children were hosts to the 37th reunion of the Larson family hefld ithis year on 'the Seneca School t grounds With 75 in attend atfM Vernori Wilberg speftt-severe days ladt week at Ames where hi attended ,4-H; snort, course, f . * •.., <'? , , j , r ti.i.i.. *.ti»r WE WILL CUSTOM DRESS YOUR CHICKENS, FLOYD DUNCAN FELCO i6% ALL MASH ilVES CHICKENS A BALANCED BANQUET 16% All Mash* contains everything a hen. wants and should have. It leaves nothing to chance .or choice as cafeteria feeding does. This way you know your hens are getting fust'what they need, not-just what they pick at. Whether poultry is your whole operation or just a part X it, you'll find Felco 16*_Ali Mash productive and profitable, < " j .CONTACT..* ••'•'';,':.'. ; V Fenton Co-Op Elevator Pastor Installed Ringsted — Rev. 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