The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1961 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 20, 1961
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: 1 July 20, 1961 ions Are jtytob Fenton Groups Fenl6n — A Berkland reunion Mi?as held in t)ie Mason City park on Sunday, July 18, in honor of ••Raymond Berkland's birthday anniverslry, Thbse who attend, ed were- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Berkland, Terry and Mary Pat of Mason, City, -Mrs. Clara Berkland, Mr.- and Mrs. Ernest Berk" land,. Steven and Timmyj Mr. •'and Mrs. David Berkland, Mich- tael, Paula.and Jeffery, Mr. anq Mrs. Arthur Cody, Mr. and Mrs". Kenneth Cody, Jon Lee, David, , Beccy and Mark, Mr. and Mrs, " Ronald Jergens, Allen and Bren- 'da, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Berkland ''•and.-Randal and Richie. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie • Berkland, 1 Beverly, Mark, and Linda Jene, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berkland, .Cheryl, Joyce, Beth Ann, Bruce and Joane, and Rita, Mr. arid Mrs. Melvin Berkland, Marlin and Karen. Some friends who also attended were Miss Vergean Bierstedt, and Mr.' and Mrs. Lowell Nase and family. Heiter Reunion The fourteenth annual Heiter reunion was held at Call State Park in Algona Sunday, Forty- nine were present at the potluck dinner which included Mr. and Mrs. Theodore ttafnilton, Clarence, Ruth and George of Pillager, Minn. Afternoon visitors were Mrs. J. C. Dorsett, Lucedale, Mississippi and her brother Wallace Dits^oith, Bancroft Among the different towns represented at the reunion were Des Monies, Fort Dodge, Hum-, boldt,. Rolfe, Everly and -Feh< ton. The officers for next ye&r are Clair Bolllnger, Lone Rock' president, Theo. 'Hamilton, Pillager, Minn., vice president, Mrs Wallace Brown, Qruver, secretary-treasurer and Reba Bits-; worth, Estherville, historian The fifteenth reunion next yea) will be held in the Fenton Par> the third Sunday in .July. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and Nadine, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vofgt, Mr. arid Mrsi Roy Bierle, Lone-Rock, Mrs. Clarence Lohs? and family, Fairmont, and Mr; and Mrs. Roger , Robbins and family, Lake Park. all enjoyed a picnic at Pikes Point Sunday Virginia Circle of the Methodist WSCS met Monday at the home of Mrs. Clarence Arbogast with Mrs. 'Olga Huskamp assisting hostess. Mrs. Amanda Kern had the devotions and Mrs. Clarence Yager presented the program. Randa Hansen and Katheryn Ditsworth were at junior high PuWuhtd iy fftf U PP 4f DM Publlihlno Co., Alflono, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCKI N*w* Former Seneca Loupie Have Silver Ahhiver^ry Visitors last Wednesday after-were Mrs, Paul Voigt, Mrs. Dale nobh in the George Jorgenson home were Major and Mrs. Gjail Larson and three children. Ma« jor Larson is a B52 jet pilot at Wright-Patterson air field near Dayton, Ohio. Mrs. Merle Voigt had a birthday party last Thursday afternoon in her daughter Terri's honor. Guests present were Mrs Delond Bolte and children, Mrs Lavon Steinberger, Keith and Kathy Askeland, Estherville Rosie Householder and Diane Anderson. Evening guests in the Voigt home were Mr. and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys, Mr and Mrs. Clifford Douglas, anc family, Mr. .and Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Heine and family and William Voigt and Peggy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye and family were dinner guests at the Duane Widdel home Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sloe- ber, Tim Bassett, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne joined the Oliver Stoebers at Spirit Lake Sunday for a picnic. Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz visited with the Harold Gram- enzs and the Ray Tietzs at Spir it Lake last week. Filed -^ FELCO COOPERATION MEANS , A BETTER LIFE FOR YOU . Joining together with 150.000" farmers to ; keep, costs' down " r livestock and poultry feeds . v . fertilizers /.. chemicals ... seed ... and other supplies at a very reasonable cost. It enables you to produce your farm commodities at a lower cost ... allowing you a bigger margin ... so you can afford a better life for you and your family. Join with, your neighbors . . . your friends and use all Felco products available only through your local Felco member cooperative. Fenton Co-Op Elevator FENTON, IOWA /•SEN FELCO FEED camp-at. the Methodist Camp Grounds dt Okoboji last ; week. This week those ,. attending the senior high institute are Carol Shaw, Judy Jolley, Peggy Voigt, Trudy Huskamp, Wayne Stoeber, Don Yager and Dennis Newel. - : Mrs. Lavon Sieinberger and boys were Sunday dinner guests in the Rex Swanson home .at Okoboji. Sunday dinner guests in the Fred Mortensen home in honor of July birthdays were Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Laabs, Amanda Schutt. Mr. and Mrs.' Wilfred Laabs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Laabs and family, Mr. and Mrs Delond Bolte and family, Mr and Mrs. Virgil Wolf and family, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Geo Mienke , and Mary, Ruth Ann iand, Rosemary Mienke,, Des ' Moine's,, Mr. and , Mrs.- Darryl Householder and Danny, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ohm and Adolph Peril. Mr. and Mrs. William DeWall and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zumach and family went to a picnic at Blue Earth on Sunday. Other* at the picnic were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Neshaug, Mr. and Mrs Cornel Gulbrandson .and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Deckard, Ronnie and Carrie all of Clarks Grove. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Schlei and Luann, and Mr. and Mrs Edward Schlei went to Minneapolis Saturday. Highlights of their trip were the acquatcnial parade and cinnerama on Saturday and a visit to the Como Park Zoo at St. Paul Sunday afternoon. Sunday morning they attended a Methodist church scr vice. They returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnasen and family of Minneapolis recently spent a few d'ays in the parental Mrs. E. J. Frank home Mr. and Mrs. George Shaw and family of Whittier, California and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shaw of Des Moines were guests in the Donald Shaw home last Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Abel Hauge observed their 25th wedding anniversary, June 25, at the Immanuel Lutheran church in Forest City where friends and relatives greeted them ; during the 'afternoon and evening. Abel Hauge and Alice Thompson were married in Seneca ' Lutheran church, June 28, 1936. Their attendants were the brides sister Mrs. Myron Gilbert (Lyla) and the grooms sister Mrs. Kenneth Thompson (Julia), the brides- brother Jay Thompson and the grooms brother Bertrin Hauge . At the anniversary reception Mrs. Clara Rikansud and Mrs Bob Engstrum poured, Mrs Carlton Bartelson cut the cake and Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Riekena were dining room host and hostess. Garold and Donna were in charge of the guest -book. . y'.The following : program was 'presented," devotions ;by Rev Owen Gangstead, reading by Mrs. Byron ' Hauge, song by Douglas Hauge, song by Delorat and Marilyn Charlson, remarks by Rev. Owen Gangstead, reading by Garold Hauge and a song by Donna and Diane Hauge. The Hauge's have five children, Mrs. Carlton Bartelson (Patricia), Jarry, Donna, Diane and Douglas Hauge and one grand- Pay Respects At Bank's Pttrty Fenton — The Silver anniversary of the Fenton office of the First Trust & Savings Bank was observed last Saturday, with a large number of folks dropping by the bank to, greet John O'- 'Ne'ill of Armstrong, president, and to enjoy coffee and doughnuts, served by Mrs. Gerald Voigt, Wife of the Fenton manager of the bank. . Visitors were presented with m automobile litterbag of plas- •ic,' a handy souvenir gift. : .Fentonites At Silver Wedding -Mr. and Mrs.. Chalmer Bonnicksen were -congratulated by about 150 friends and relatives at a recent silver wedding anniver sary reception at: their home ai Ringsted. Claudia Voigt, Fenton, ana Chalmer Bonnicksen were mar Tied July 3, 1936, at Fairmont.; ••'.' Bonnicksen , is a well drillei 4Ji ihe:Ririgste'd itieju^nd^M Bonnicksen is.a substitute clefK it the post office. The couple has lived in Ringsted all their mar-, ried vears. Among guests were the couple's parents, Mr. and Mrs; Charles Voigt, Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Knud Bonnicksen. Assisting with the reception Weisbrod, Judy «nd Roxanns Voigt, and the Mmes, W. D. Petersen, Russell Helen, Don Hoppus and Gaylofd Christensen. Free Skating Nights Fenton — July 22 will mark the first of a series of roller skating to lights and music at the Fenton City Park, New lighting has been added and it is hoped that the rain Will hold off to make it possible to begin these free skating parties again. These nights are open to all ages. Auxiliary Meets Fenton — The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman, Friday The guests were Mrs. Geo. Sicms, Mrs. Franklin Mueller and Mrs. Donald Priebc. Vcr- gean Bierstedt gave an interesting report on her week at Girls State. She was elected as councilman in her city which is quite and office to achieve. Vergean enjoyed the week and thankee the auxiliary for sending her Installation of officers was held, The Auxiliary gave $2.50 to the Toledo Juvenile Home. The meeting next month will be a picnic at the home of Susan' Bruhn. Thursday, July 20, 1961 Alflona (la.) Upp«r D« MolftM-7 NEW! . PHILCO 11 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR, LATEST CONVENIENCES; AND AT THE YEAR'S BEST PRICE I SEE IT ! * * * Now Is The Time To Have Your Heating Systems Checked. We Have The Time, And You Benefit By The Service The Convenience Of Being "Ready To Go" Later On. McFall Plumbing & Heating PHILCO APPLIANCES ELECTRICAL WIRING FENTON, IOWA RAY STOEBER SAYS: HONORED Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hunt were honored recently in Northboro when their three daughters and families held open house celebrating the couple's 65th wedding anniversary. FUNERAL CHAPEL THOMAS Fenton, Iowa Experienced . imbalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funeral May Be c Referreci To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 202H child, Kevin KarL graving) (UDM En- SPECIAL,SALE ROOM at REAR of BUILDING Every Item Slasded To Cost or less - Mid Summer CJepranee -Bpys qn'd-'Girjs ^ppprel, Men's and Ladies Apparel, Infants' We of all Sportswear, week. Mr. and Mrs. Derwopd Voig? and Lord Mrs". Arthui and Janellc EVERYTHING IN THIS ROOM AT SIASHED PRICES AS TICKETED AU OTHER DRY GOODS (excepting Staples and Work Clothes) N'©TE: 5% disco H nt on $5 to $10 purchases; 10% diswgrit on purchases $10 and up qs noted qbove. ..,..,. THE BARGAIN JUU1EE ol Ihl SUMMER BAILEY'S ijf^jjjjjF JHUHR • *^B^i^ ^B^W^^^ ^^^^^^P • SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! IN FENTON NOTICE-The Town BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING en'ton County, Iowa, will meet estimate or expendi- th P"t and antlcl- paled will be available at the hearing. Paul W. Elglet- Town Clerk. and family Voigt took Voigt daughters of the Arlo Voigts home to Grove City, Min nesota last Wednesday. The girls have been staying with theii grandparents the Art Voigtf since June 25th, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jensen and family, Ringsted and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilbcrg and family were last Wednesday evening visitors in the Kenneth Halverson home. Thursday evening visitors in the Halverson home were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Lee and family and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee of Estherville. Barbara Halverson spent the weekend in her parental Kenneth Halverson home,. Mrs. Wilfred Laabs, Fern and Dennis, Mrs. Bud Laabs, Helcr Fuhr and Renhold Laabs weni to visit Mr. 'and Mrs. Fred Laabb at St. Ansgar last week Mr, and Mrs. L, J. Weisbjod visited last weekend at the Ken Elrick home in Jefferson. Mrs. M. P. Nemilz and Mrs Larry Gade attended funera services Thursday at St. PaiU' Lutheran church at Fort Dodge fpr William Rusch. Mr. Rusch is an uncle of Mrs, Nemitz and a great uncle to Mrs. Gade. Other relatives fiom the Whittempre Lotts Creek area also ; went Last Tuesday luncheon guesis in the Gerhart Hantelman hqmo were Mrs. Dan Peterson and Mrsi Edith" Clennson of Graet- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald .Voigt and James and Mr. and Mrs. Denpis Henriksen, Sr. had a picnic at Tuttle Lake Sunday. In the afternoon they visited in the Dennis' Henriksen, Jr. home in Estherville. Mrs. Donald Priebe and Kenny and Mrs. Priebes • .mother Mvs.' Smart BuUerfield, ,.Swea City have returned home from a trip to Yellowstpne Park and the Black . Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneih Krause are the parents of a 7 pound, 4 ounce baby boy born Sunday- July 16 at St. Ann hospital in Algoua. Dr. and Mr«. W. -E, Borne Grctchen and Mary, Chicago ill. are visiting in the Wilfrec Sloeber home this week. Mrs Borne is Mrs. Stoeber's twin sis- ler. FUNDS el TJ-H .11 1.364 7,852 1,500 !)00 600 SUeet 6,067 7.63G 6,000 6,000 Public Safely 2,278 2,187 2,000 360 1,610 Sanitation 716 3,861 1.000 1,000 Recreation •152 574 1,000 1.000 Utilities 4,088 2,487 5,000 5,000 Dc-bt Service 3.720 3,660 3,500 3,500 Trust and Agency 105 210 350 350 Street (Road Use Taxi 2,500 2,500 Liquor Profit 500 500 TOTALS ~ld,482~"28,46B 23,350_ (1.200 14.0SO Taxable valuation (1060) -- - - $666.465 Taxable valuation, agricultural lands (11)60) $ 10,322 Moneys and credits (I960) -- $120,530 I CAN'T PROMISE YOU WON'T SEE SPOTS IN FRONT OF YOUR EYES BUT... 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