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- J Jofy 27, 196! (fail Upper Oe» MeiriM Thursday, July ifo, T96t PuWiih«d By Tht Upp.i- Dw MolftM Publi»h!nfl Cd,, Algona, Iowa ' ; •' MRS. JANItt Editor Overseas Teacher Home On Visit At Fenton Fenton —» A former F.entoi! resident, Salina Hantelman cdusin of the^ Fenton HanteJ-. mans, returned 'to 1 , the Uniteo States early irt July after four years of tetfbhing in Izmir,- Tor• key. Miss Hantelman is an air force civilian employee And teaches the children of military personnel at Air Force bases in foreign countries." To date sht has taught in Germany, Frencr Morocco and $urkey, with he next station being Italy. Salina didn't just hop. aboart a jet to get to her destination ir Ipwa. She went from Izmir tc Istanbul by Turkish Airlines from Istanbul to Frankfurt, Ger- thany" by Pan American jet, From there she tpok a Seaboard : and Western chartered flight, to McGuire Air Force Base ana then a bus to Newark, New Jersey where she boarded a United Airlines plane for Chicago. She went from Chicago to Dubuque, Iowa by Ozark airline. In Dubuque she , visited her mother Mrs. Dan Hantelman who is making her- home with Mrs. William Hammerand, Saliha's sister. Izmir is the old Smyrna mentioned in the Bible as one of the .ieven early Christian church- «-"es mnd when Salina left there £ tha weather was just getting * watm. The weather gets hot gthtre in August but because of «* the sea breeze and cool nighu "Ml is quite pleasant Izmir is on £ '\e western coast of Turkey « .cross the Agean Sea from Ath- - Salina 4 artd her sister Meiinda .•left Fenton on Monday to -visit "friends in Waterloo. She will "leave McGuire Air Force Base -about the ifth, of August and * fly to Frankfurt, Germany^ Fron, there she will go to Antwerp «~ Belgium to pick up her new car * and then drive on to Italy. She "'isn't sure which town she will teach in, in Italy until she get? her assignment but she hopes to teach the upper elementary grades .again.' S Salina is' looking forward tc w her post in Italy but she think? i''fondly of Turkey and knowt , « Bhe will miss it for after all four "• years is quite awhile to call one ,. country "home". •" Recent dinner guests in the L J. Weisbrod home were Mr. and •« Mrs. Bob Weisbrod and boys "" Mrs. Sarah Weisbrod visited *"• with them Sunday afternoon. JanetBehne Engaged To Rochester Man :f FUNERAL CHAPEL THOMAS Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embaimers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 202 U Fenton -— Mrs. Florence Behne of Fenton, announces the engagement of her daughter, Janet Vilrette, to Thomas Stavros the; son of Mr. and Mrs. George Stavros of Rochester, Minnesota Miss Behne's late father was the Mr! Frank Behne. Miss Behne graduated from the Sentral Community high school, and is now a junior at Methodist-Kahler School of Nursing in Rochester. Mr. Stavro.' was graduated from Rochestei ligh school and is now a junto) at the IJniversity of Minnesota No definite date for the wedding las yet been set. (UDM Engraving) Friday evening visitors in ihr Martin Hantelman home tc watch slides of Turkey and surrounding islands shown by Salina Hantelman and Mrs. Gerald Voigt wece Mr. and Mrs William Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed'-Bruhn,'; r Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase, Mrs. Edith Hayenga, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman Meiinda Hantelman, Burnett Seine -and Robin, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Clara Fischer Mrs. Frieda Siems, Mr. and Mrs Merle Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Mortensor and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Long and Michael, Cheryl Wai ters and Paul Hantelman went to a Watkins Dealers picnic ai Gull Point State park on Lake Okoboji last Saturday. Beth Ann Newel left will) three girl friends Saturday morning for a trip through Arkansa.< and Texas where they will visit the T. O. Livelys. Beth will be teaching the fourth grade at Wayzata, Minn., this cominp school year. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Walteri and family were last Mondaj night dinner guests of Mrs. Jessie Newel. Mrs. Warren Jones parents Mr. and Mrs. i^oyal Melton, Palo Iowa and Jim and Bob Meltor. sons of Max Meltons, St. Louis Mo. were recent guests in the Warren Jones home. Ralph Wolfe and son Larry San Antonio, Texas visited last week in the Rex Wolfe home Mrs. Ralph Wolfe stayed in Wa terloo with her mother because f>! the death of her father earlier this month. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN WERE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Phont 3 Ren. Phone 60 HANTilMAN &WDING SERVICE for Building , Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ryske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER U Th« Only Publication Print«d That Turn An Interest In Fen ton 1 Phone 233 UOYD M. BERKIAND Real Estate Broker and Fqrnt AneJ Auctign Ssrvice Fenton, lowo M*. and Mr«. Jack Tiemen Te*ry and ferete: Ann, Ralph Wolfe-and tarry were ; Thursday evehftig dinner guests in the Rex Wolfe h'ome. v Mr. and Mri, Willed Sloeber. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stuck! ano family 6nd-Dr. and Mrs. W. E Borne and girts, Chicago, 111 went",to a family reunion picnk In Swea City last Wednesday night, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber 6n 5 tertained at a coffee partj- fhtysday afternoon, for friend; of her sister, Mrs'. W; B. Borne Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stuck' and Julie were Thursday eveninf dinner guests in the Bud Marlow home, rural Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sloe her, Tim Bassett, Mr. and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne at lended the Our Own Hardware Convention in Minneapolis Sunday, Monday and Tuesday o'. this week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFal* and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Underwood enjoyed a picnic at Pilot Knob State Park near Forest City, Sunday, July 16. Mr. and Mrs* Hichaid, Wetake Pennsylvania, brought Paula Weiske daughter of- the Herbert Weiskes, Cedar Rapids; to visit her grandparents the Prank McFalls for sevr-'il weeks. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stuck! went to the "26-"year '"reunion of the West Concord, Min nesota graduating class of 1936 of which Mr. Stuck! is a member. The Stuckis also visited with Mrs. Earl Stuck! and Mrs. Jamesr McCadden in Rochester, Minn. Randy Hialt, son of the Max Hiats, Emmetsburg, visited several days last week in the Franklin Mueller home. Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and boys visited in the Max Hiatt home in Emmetsburg Mis. Kaye Ruske. Davenport spent several days this week and last visiting with her parents the Paul Eiglers. Mr. anc Mrs; Paul Eigler, Judy and Mrs Kaye Ruske visited with Mr. and Mrs. Maury Salmon, anc Mr. and Mrs. Russ Walter in Rochester^ Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kohlwes in Austia Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman went to Morristown, Minn Sunday to bring home theii daughter Mary who has been staying with her grandparents the W. B. Schmidtke's. • Mi., and 1 Mrs. Charle* Haivnon and family, Long Beach, Calif visited Friday in the Willian> Hantelman home. Mrs. Hannon is Mr. Hantelmans sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Baermac and family Rantoul, 111. and Hulda Baerman, Palmer, Iowa were last week Tuesday visitors in the William Hantelman home Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske will be leaving this weekend for a trip to Grand Lake, Colorado to -visit Dr. Ruskes brother, Ray Ruske. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman, Mankato, Minn, and Mrs John Hantelman, and Kathy Janesville, Iowa visited relatives in Fenton last week. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hainzinger returned 'home Friday from c trip to the Bandlands and the Black Hills. The Methodist Youth Fellowship is making plans for a bake sale to be held at the Stoeber Hardware Annex Saturday, July 29th. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Weisbrod and three boys, Marion, 111., arc visiting Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod and other relatives in the Fenton area. Mrs. Gerhard Hantelman had a coffee party Saturday after noon in honor of Meiinda Hantelman, Clinton and Salina Hantelman. Guests were Mrs. Burnett Heine, Mrs. S. E. Straley Mrs. Ray Priebe, Mrs. Martin Hantelman, Mrs. William Hantelman and Mrs. Ed Bruhn. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and Susan visited with friends •and relatives in Fenton and Swea City the fore part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Art Dreyer, Mason City visited Sunday in the Delbert Geitzenauer home. They returned home Monday morning. Merle Halverson, Dennis Celt- zenauer and Earl Jentz weri home over the weekend. The boys are working on natural gas pipe lines in Hastings, Nebr. Mr. and Mn. Raymond Priebe and family went to Monona Sunday, to help Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Kruse celebrate their silver wedding anniversary. Mrs Priebe and Mrs. Kmse are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lister visited Sunday with their daughter and son-in-law the Fredrick Marshs at New Providence. The Listers brought a granddaughter home with them for a visit. Thursday afternoon theMarlyg Circle of the WSCS met at the home of Mrs. Harvey Walker with Mrs. Fred Mortenson assisting hostess. Mrs. John Theesfield had the devotions with Mrs. Donald Saw presenting the program "Womans Organizations in Latin America". The Keajftb will be moving to Toledo, Iowa the middle of August. Mr. Wal- ing .there this comltt£r/sgfoo| yea*, 'cut M*. and Mn« and tfifef children Washington afriyed visit iri the Osoat Sdrenf&KIid; Mrs. Johnson laf the Sotlfl daughter Alice. Other feeeht itors Sn the Sdrenson home J MBS. Albert Kennel (Ma and two boys, and LaVinla; »enson,- San Francisco, C^lifofcftla. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Derksisn. Spencer, South DaKbta and ,Aft Sorenson, a paratrooper front.f!t. Bragg, JNortft Car'olMa. ",?„ Meiinda Hantelttaii and JViOAlilUO •««a«««**»w««^« . •••• w, % IWWT lina Hantelman left Monday, at- ter visiting for a week with friends and relatives in Fent6n Seneca Church Women Meet Seneca — Blakjer Lutheran church women met at the chtfreh parlors Thursday afternoon witfr. Mrs. Henrietta Thompson' and Mrs. Olaf Qftedahl'as hostesses^ The meeting was opened by tht chairman, Mrs., Martin Wilberg. after which Mrs. Melvin Bratrud conducted devotions. The Bible study on "How Shall" I Pray" was presented by Mrs. Curtis Olsen and the Cause, Church Publications, was discussed by Mrs. Peter Jensen.^ The August meeting date has been changed to August 24 with Mrs. Ole Pedersen and Mrs. Henry Looft as hostesses. Former Resident Weds A wedding of interest to Sen-, ecans was solemnized Sunday evening, July 9, when Bonnie Mclntire, and Jerold Westphal exchanged wedding vows at the First Presbyterian Church at Armstrong. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mclntire, former. Seneca residents now living neai East Cham and Mr. and Mrs. Hiinry Westphal of Ceylon, Minnesota. • . ' Attendants to the bride wert Carol jonannesen as maid. O;, nonor, Karla Hagen and Darlem Comstock, Waterville, Minn., ondesmaids. ' Robert Plath was best man. Ushers were the brides cousins, Chris and Duane Fetters ;ano L»aUa& Schmidt and Clifford .'Spillntan. Approximately 150 guests at tencted tne receptiofi in tht church basement following the ceremony. The gifts were .opened by Karen Anderson, Karen Hiljemeiei and Marlene Westphal. Marge McGregor had charge of- registering, guests. The bride attended elementary school arid her "freshman year of high school at Seneca. Botl she and the bridegroom were graduated from East Chain anc' also graduated from Mankatr Business College. The couple wil. 1 be at home in New Ulm where the groom is employed at Her- bergers department store. The bride is employed at Productior Credit Association. Family Reunion The Hansens and Madsen families held a reunion Sunday July 16 at the Armstrong park. Enjoying the get-together fron- this area were Mr. and Mrs Charles Osborn of Seneca, Mr. and. Mrs. John Munch of Fenton Mr. and Mrs. Milton Madisoi and children of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs. Julius Hansen anc* family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Madsen, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Henricksen of Ringsted and tht Melvin Madsens and the Pau Fredricksens and Mrs. Sen? Shake of Armstrong. Family Picnic Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberp and boys attended a picnic and get-together Sunday at the Reuben Larsen home at Armstrong. Others present included Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg, Ringsted; Mr and Mrs. Norman Larsen, Fenton, the Henry Larsens, and the Chris Larsens, Swea City; Jen nic- C. Jensen, Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Berger Johnson and daughter, Iris, of Port Huron, Mich., spent from Wednesday until Friday morning at the Ole Pedersens. The Johnsons art [ormer area residents. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilberp and children of La Porte, Ind. spent the weekend at the parental Martin WUbergs. On Sun day they were joined by the Marvin Wilbergs of Estherville ant 1 Bob Wilberg. The Wilberg child ren will be spending the remain der of the summer with then grandparents. Mrs.. Anne Prcsthus of Al gona Accompanied by Mrs. Lou ise Lishbrc-ok and children QJ Minneapolis visited last Wednesday with the John and Lau rence Johannesens and with Miss Tilda Johannesen at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Dyhi anc' Dennis accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Meyers of Ring- s,te4 and Ted Pahl O f Dalies will bt tuachiiig and cuach- fumjly picnic. ter, drove to New Ulm, Minn last Sunday where thgy had s New 6th Grade Teacher Hired, Fentofl Fenlon — Mrs. 'Cecil Langerman of- rural Ringsted has bees hired 1 'to teach sl*th grade ai the Penton slhool. .- She has previously taught ir a rural school near Ringsted and. at Haifa Consolidated school; Mrs. Langerman is a graduate of the Estherville junior college and has taken summer courses from Drake University, at Algona and Emmetsburg. .-. She has two children, Mark, 9,. and Marsha, 12; . Mr. and Mrs. Curl Lura anc family returned last week Thursday evening from, a vacation trif in the Ozark country. Curt says they had a fine time, but he ir having trouble getting his shoes back on. ' Mr. and Mr?.' Les Weisbrod left Friday of last week by ca; for Denver, where they will vis- It their son and enjoy a vacation of a week or so in the Colorado area. Last' weekend guest at the Joe Crowley home was a nephew Jerry Carey, of Libertyville, 111 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Benzin and girls returned last weekend fron? a vacation trip to the Black Hills Eileen Benzin and a friend Burdell Wessels, Minneapolis spent the weekend with the former's parents, the Bqb Benzins Mr. and Mrs. Cecil -Langermar and children visited with the Carl Larsens at Redwood Falls Minn., last Sunday. The children Mark and Marcia, remained for a weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Johanneser accompanied by their daughter Mrs. Glenn Kreuger and sons o.' Fairmont, drove to Rocheste; Sunday where they visited with the letter's husband, who is a patient at St. Marys hospital. Lone Rockers Attend Heweff Ralph Thompson home. Mf. and Mrs* Willard Thompson ana family^ and Mr. and Mrs., Jim Long oi Ltmft Rock were after- riooa and, eVeiiing, cal.lei's. /Mr. -and Mrs, -AffdVew ?feter- Mrs. P> M. "6hristens'en, herriof ing her ".Birthday. ,.' .,-;,- . , ;Mr. and Mrs. Bale Wegenet Were .Sunday guests in the Free* Wegener .home in Algofta. . Cindy SUe .Rath . attended 1 , a birthday X party for 'Elizabeth, K^essin,. daughter of./- Mr. and Mrs: Orville Kressin, recently*" Mr. and Mrs. Dewey "Wilson and family Vdf San' PablcV Cal'. has been visiting the .past week m the Clinton Bath horhe". • v :<Sary Rath attended a Wilson 1 family reunion with his grdnck parents, Mr. and 'Mfs, Renmx Wilson of. Kanawha recently'at North Vemon, Indiana. *• ', . Mr. and- Mrs.. Merrill..Mariow< were weekend guests in the parental Merwyn Marlow home. Mr.- and Mrs. Leon Marlqw; oi' Grand Rapids,, Micjn. are- .par,--- ents of a, son born to them JUly 20. The baby weighed 8 Ibs. and nas not been named. ' Mrj and Mrs. Donald ,-Blanchard and Susan left Monday on, a trip to Canada for a ; week's vacation. '' Mr. and Mrs,, Garryl Householder were Friday evening visitors in the Carl Olsen home in Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stenberg pf Elmore were Sunday 'supper Weekend guests in the Leo Ramus , home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wiener and girls of Burt were receni visitors in the Henry Schroeder home. Candy Hurlburt, daughter oi thfe Merwyn Hurlburts» celebrated her fourth birthday July 21 tarith the .foliriwhig guests helping ': her ' celebrate: Mrs. Dale ScHroeder, , Mike and, Susan Mrs.' Bhima ttunburt and 'Bach- ael, Mrs., Junior Hurlburt, Ran* dy and David. • . ''/ Mr, and- Mrs. Paul? 2ilmacb and girls of Fenton were. Jf rfday evening visitors" 1 in' the Merwyn Hurlburt home. — ' Mr. afld Mrs. Trumah Overeei- and Mrs. Bessie Householder: ot Postville and Mrs. Alice Bierle were Saturday evening supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs. Alice Bierle returned h'ome Saturday after spending a month in the home of Mrs, Bessie Householder in Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Menz of Anamosa' were weekend guests in the parental Delmar Fischer riOme. ' Mr. an Mrs. John King of Irving, tfeKas spent a few days in the parental Mr. and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl home near Lotts Creek. Lone Rock — The Hewett family reunion was held at Call State Park, Algona, July 23 with 55 persons in attendance. This reunion was the first in 22 years Those from this area who enjoyed the • picnic dinner and supper were Mrs. Grace Ramus Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus and Sheri, LuVerne, Mrs Minnie Hines, Algona, Mrs Gladys Jorgenson, Algona, Mr and Mrs. Willis Marshall, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sorensen, Corwith, Mr. and Mrs Leo Ramus, Larry and Linda Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus, Algona, Dennis StucK: and Janice Ha/mover, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs, Edwin Wichtendahl were hosts Sunday to a picnic dinner and supper at then home. Guests were Mrs. Ottc Wichtendahl of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. John King of Irving, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Strayei and Carla of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger anr' Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Normar Bellinger and Debbie of Fenton Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peon anc Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wich tendahl of Algona, Mr. and Mrs Gerald Sprong, of Delavan, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. Walte- Bell, Mr. Wm. Bell, Mrs. Harolc 1 Morey and Mrs. Ernie Schrader and dauhgtcr, all of West Bend Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fickbohm and family of Fredricksburg ano Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl and Leon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jackson and Jennifer took the Jackson's son, Michael to LongviUe Minn, where he will attend YMCA camp for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Long o{ Bettendorf were Saturday supper guests in the Ruth KruQgej home, , _ The Lucille circle of the Pres byterian church me\, in the Mary Genrich home. The lesson wa,- presented by Grace Fischer. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson and Janet of Gowrie visited ir. the Charles Mx»rrie home Sunday * Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Planchard and girls of Omaha, Nebr were weekend guests in the Mrs Maude Blanchard home. Anyone with Lone Bock new;items shouW P»W Mrs. Parry* Householder, WA 5-3315. David John Meyers, son ol Mr? aod Mrs, Melyin Meyers Q« Algorta, was baptised last Su»* d»yin the Lutheran church IP 5urt. Quests telleww* the bap' tism in the Meyer home weie Mr. and Mrs. 'A- A, Krueger a«tf Kerait of Lone Bock, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyers of Bujrt Hf . and Mrs. BW Sunday of Bancroft were guests m the .. • .• . • Mi-.,arid Mrs, ;RogerVL<gng ;re-; turned 'home from .a' fevv'" 'days vacation ..to the Black Hills; . Mrs. Robert Schmidt and Mike RoUse of Fairmont visited recently in the hdhie of "Mr.iana', Mrs. Ben Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs'.' "Art Zumach and. Mary Zumach : , attended a fpicru°c Sunday at Fort Dodge. -Mr. and Mri .'Andrew Thompson took Connie. Hughes to hei parents, Mr. •'- and Mrs. Glem Hughes in Sac'. City. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kraft Judy and Joy and! Rose,. Krafl attended a Borchardt 'reunion lield at' Fairmont Sunday. Othei families present were:, Mr. anc' Mrs. Jim Walker and children ol Algona, Mr. 'and Mrs. Paul Hilfers of Worthington, Mrs.: Har-' vey Laabs and .family pf Fairmont, Mr.. Sally wLaaps of Fairmont, Mr.''.and Mrs.. R. G'.. Bbr- chardt and/family of ,^>ast Chain Mr. and :Mrs. Roger Borchard' and family. pffBloomHig"Prairie u Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hughe's. ' .''•., Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Frieden. of. West Bend were Tuesday visitors in the LeRoy Klepper home They celebrated the birthday .oi Mr. Klepper. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moore, Donna and Richard of Altoon.a wen : DON'T SHARE YtHIR POULTRY PROFITS ; ! '•-.'• ; Use IFelcp Complete Poultry Wormer, and keep your poultry profits for yourself. Felco Complete Wormer is a feed wormer which controls all kinds of worms, Tape i) . •••{Vf.armSf Round .Worms,-Cecal Worms ... for an entire year at a cost equal to the value of just two eggs per hen. .7 The'compound used is Dr. Salsbury's Wormal. Get your Felco Complete Poultry Wormer today. It has Felco ' " Quality superiority, at a lower cost. CONTACT... ' 1 . " . ' "•-.'' , • o J Fenton Co-Op Elevator FENTON, IOWA CHAIR?! * • ; '* CHAIRS! CHAIRS! 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