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Fenton Woman Home After Year And Half In Spain * A . "" » t • v ~ Fenton and 1 her Karen, Fentort Seville^ husbJftd,,, hasBeeft Air " Ronald Bier r .Vickie (nefe let) returned to after "living in 'of I £-years. Her in the Air Forcfr isferred to Sampson Base "In Turlcey for about I seven months. Biers station is i&B6u,t;lO Wilep from the Russian b&i-dfeiN-rtear the Black Sea. Mrs Bier isn't sure what her .husband does because it is classified, *-"' ' '' Mrs Bl6f \ Says she learned enough-*Spanish while in Spam to carrj^on. a > conversation but her Spanish dictionary came in handy tog., „/,,,•> She'was tjtnVamazed at many of the Spanish customs and ideas such as no, slacks or shorts could be worn*6tt the- streets and at Easter tinj^men 'Who feel they must sh(ftij/;"rep'erttanee for a sty carry se'Veral „ ton ^religious sia L tues on their backs. These bare'' foot meri 'cdfry the statues until their feet'are'bleeding and their backs b&it-wlth pain." Many ( "'items - cari fee bought from vendors who walk dowi> the narrow'-streets wjth their donkeys'calliftg their wares.'One can aljwlys go "to- the_ markets but because of the lack of refrigeration It was safer to go to the Air Force Commissary. The Spanish will hang ,a half a beef in their, .store and "whack off a chupk" as-the customers want it| Because' riO" 1 American, bread is available Spanish bread called ' ah is'used. . • fthere*, is much-poverty in Se- le'with many beggars and gy- eS. They don't just beg on the •eels but go door to door and i^ou happen to feel sorry foi •them, as Mrs-^ier * did you'are •soon bothered "every day ^s they itell, their ^relatives and friends ley > can' get'- a* handout: Every' April 'there is a fierra hich is .comparable to pur state fairs, jyith parades^ and* colofful consessi6hs:,,.The ladies all wear their bright 'colored* "'flamingo" ;dresses and the ,men' who can afford it wear tight blackj-trousers, 'white shorts, and shiny''leather boots, f V A,VV J , -j'^'j,/,' ;* ! *4if with a lot of "flower|*lbut very°little grass". They have large flower plots and where v the grass would normally be there are gra- val walks.' The same is true of the rich Spanish with, their villas hardly, any grass. The rich and.^poor have been •mentioned but what 'of the so called middle class. According to Mrs Bier there are alpt of, poor Judy Voigt Plahs October Wedding Biftfo. fhe mefiu, commit, Mrs 1 Elifler Krause,, Mrs Art 2umach and Lizaie Meyer served the luftch." '•-• Home Ort Vacallon IJtehard Hialt Is- spending . & two week vacation with his par* ents Mr and Mrs Monte Hiatt, rural Cylinder. He Is employed by Western -Electric/in Omaha., Iowa Siafe'-CJra Fenton -~ Mr and Mrs Paul Voigt o'f'Fentoh apriouhce tfye engagement of their - daughter, Judy Lynne, td Joe Culbertsoh, son of Mr and Mjs Joe Culbertson pf Lone Rock. Miss Voigt is a • graduate ol Sentral high school and the La James Beauty School at Mason City. SheX:is 'now operating Judy's Beauty Shop at Lone Rock. Mr Culbertson is a graduate ot the Lone Rock : high school and is now serving in the National Guard, and is stationed at Fort Gordon, Georgia. The ^wedding is planned for October 29. (UDM Engraving) people, numerous rich but very few middle class. i . Depew Aid Met The, ; ,Depew/ Ladies Aid had their monthly meeting Thursday afternoon,, M rs Melvin Norland had the topic/"Publication", Mrs Richard Underwood gave the lesson • and Mrs' Alta Juhl led the ,dev9fibn|<;LThe ,,hqstess§s, Mrs Russeir Kuhn' and Mrs Olivei Twaitj served the lunch. Friendly Neighbor Picnic The Friendly Neighbor Club held its'annual picnic and guest . day on July 13 at the Fenton Park. Twenty members introduced their 1 guests. Mrs Hans Baago and Mrs Hershel Hartman .conducted the program of tra- A STITCH INTIME SAVES NINE ! • HOW'S YOUR FURNACE I Don't think much about it, right now, probably, but In a couple of months you will be. Now is the time to check furnaces, clean them, get them ready for six or seven months of steady, reliable use. WE HAVE FURNACE CLEANING EQUIPMENT AND THE TIME NOW TO DO IT AT LEAST COST AND WITHOUT INCONVENIENCE TO YOU, Why not give us a call and let us check your heating facilities, NOW I McFALL PLUMBING-HEATING PHONE 159 FENTON, IA. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW I PEA and OEHl EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res, Phone 60 GERALD VQI0T INSURANCE FENTON, IA. WE FRIENDLY TAVIRN Invites You To Nnten ^^_^_^ - ^^^^^ B ai^aa» mupuiynpm^^^^^^m^n™*** Dr. E. W. Rufke PENTIST 0ffic» Phone 79 Rtfidtnct IS Fenton, |gw« HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE Per Building • Remodeling PHONI125 *r 17 The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That Tftkw An Intewt !» i M. BiRKUNP Licensed Rtol f« tat « Brpker * n * Ferm ^* n * Mi *«««*" **r*iw Fenton, (owe Witli a degree In elementary education. -She will' teach thttd grade in Phoenix, Arizona. . Lois Voigt, daughter* of* William Voigt, Fenton, who Is alst, attendiftg summer school at Coder Falls, will teach fourth grade at Waterloo,' loWa. Miss Voigt Has taught fourth grade at Ma> lard, Iowa f6r the past three years. She is«a graduate of'ES- therVille Junior College. ' Showed At Pepew A shower .was held at the Depew Lutheran church Saturday night'for Mr and Mrs Gerald Cody, James Cody was master of ceremonies. Mary Lou Larson played 'piano artd' saxaphone' solos, Betty Gunderson gave a reading, TrUdy Huskampy presented skit and song act, Iva Jergens gave a "reading and Pastor Johnson a reading and talk. The Codys ppened their gifts and lunch was.-served by the hostes ''" Mr aftd Mrs jHiirvey Nelson and family,- Mi^airjd Mrs Dave Gunderson a^d' faijiily and Mr and Mrs Paul Nelson and Kim all of Sioux Falls, werexweekend guests in the home of Mrs Amel Cody. Karen Kern of Algona is visiting this week with her grandmother Mrs Amanda Kern and other relatives in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel and family iand Mr and Mrs Mer- wih Widdel and family, Ringsted were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs ,Helen Widdel, Mr and Mrs Paul Zu'mach an'd family were Sunday dinnei guests in the William Zumach home in Esthervilje. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halver son are spending this week at the Lutheran Bible > Camp av Medicine Lake,near Minneapolis. .The Independent. Mixers, Club had no, regular^, .jne_eting_ this month but "Mrs Bertl Be'rkelana and Mrs Ernest Oskvig represented the club by furnishing refreshments for the Independence Idealists 4-H club achievement day. The girls studied foods this year and their bake goods were sampled and the best ones chosen for the county fair. The Church service and Sun day school pipnic of the Depew Lutheran church were held at the Ingham Lake Luther Bible camp Sunday. After the potluck dinner there was supervised swimming and games. Sunday evening dinner guests in the Raymond Stoeber home were Mr and Mrs Erving Kps- sulke and .family, ,'Trimont, Mu> nesota and Mr and Mrs Lyle Bassett, and Tim, Milford. Tim returned home with the Bassetts after several, weeks visit with the Stoebers. Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki Julie and Jeff were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Marion Stucki home. They also spent several days at the lakes. Mr and Mrs Bernard Peterson and Mrs Russell Byers, Swea City, visited Monday afternoon in the Wilfred Stoeber home, Mr and Mrs Harvey Long o| Trenton, New Jersey, visited several day this week with the Henry Wilbergs. Mr and Mrs Merwin Hale and family, Winfield, Kansas, visited several days this week with the Ervin Krauses. The Hales, foiv mer Fenton residents, workec for the Telephone Company and Mr Hale is now the business manager of St. John's Lutheran College in Winfield, Mrs Hale and Mrs Krause are sisters, Mrs Kaye Ruske, Davenport left Wednesday after a two week visit with relatives and friends in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Paul Zumach, Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt, Mr and MIS Melvin Berkland, Mr and Mrs Ervin Ruhnke and Mr and Mrs William De Wall attended the funeral Monday of William H. De Well Estherville at the 1m- manuel Lutheran Church in Es- thervjlie. William H. De Wall is a cousin of William De Wall of Fenton. Mr and Mrs William Hanie)n>an and family were Monday evening dinner guests in the Burnett Heine home, gimday gufsts iff the Charles Theesfield home were Mr ana Mrs Jiqward Bruhn and family, Mr ftnd Mrs Lester Theesfield and family, Armstrong, Mr apd Mrs Bill Neilsen and family and Mrs L,udlle Neilsen .Fairmont, Minnesota. Jack, J>m and Jeff sons of the Duane Dreyers * oi Humboldt stayed over the weekend, with their grandmother, Mrs E. H. Dreyer while their. parents were delegates to the Lutheran Laymens Ceague at Okopbjt Sat- uacUy and Sunday. Honors Status For Ringsted Student At SUI ' 'fiussell Heerdt Ringsied —. Russell Heerdt son of Mrs. Marie Heerdt and the late ; Leonard Heerdt, has been announced to receive hon^ ors status when... he enrolls ,at the. State University of Iowa at Iowa Crty in Sept. Students whose scores on ACT? college testing program indicate that:they will rank at the top of the entering freshman class are granted these honors ' status'. A B average at the university must 'be maintained by the stu-i dent while in college. .(UDM Engraving) ' J : , To Get Audition For Ted Mack TV Program Fenton — Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel and Garjlt. left today '(Thursday) for New York City.' Mrs. Lloyd Watland,. Cherrie and Dane accompanied them as she and the children are leaving from New York to join her serviceman husband in Germany- July 9th the Widdel's son Gary will be auditioning for the Ted Mack Amateur Hour Show. Gary will sing,.a tenor solo :and if lie VinsihjjWiU,, appear on the shqj at "a later "date. Cherrie Wetlaffi sent-a letter, unknown to Gary, to Ted Mack telling of his experience and that she thought he should have a chance. ' Mr and' Mrs Widdel knew ot the letter but'never expected an answer so when it came there was considerable excitement in the Widdel household. Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and Nadine and Roxy Voigt lett Saturday for a vacation in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Janet Behne spent several days last week visiting her mother Mrs Florence Behne. Mr and Mrs Walter Peril ana Ginger enjoyed a, picnic with friends at Clear Lake Sunday, July 23. Mr and Mrs Walter Pertl and Ginger returned home recently from a sightseeing vacation in Colorado. They also visited Mrs Peril's brother the Ronald Smiths in Denver. Mr and Mrs Richard Theesfield and family returned Thursday night from a visit with Mill Galloway in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. They also did sightseeing in Wisconsin and stopped in Minneapolis Thursday for a baseball game. Mr and Mrs Bryan Willmert, Cynthia and Suzanne, Albert Lea, Minnesota and Mr and Mrs Emii Bierstedt were Saturday, July 22 evening dinner guests in the Jim Meyer hprne. Mrs Bryan Wplmert and girls also visited several days at her parental Emil Bierstedt home. Or, and Mis E. W. Ruske were last Wednesday evening dinner guests jn the Paul Eigler home. Mr a^nd Mrs Paul Eigler, Judy and: Mrs Kaye Ruske were Friday evening dinner guests in the E. W. Ruske home. Dixie Hudson has gone to live with her mother Mrs T. F. Gainey in Hampton, Virginia. Dixie has lived with her grandparents, the filbert Scribners for five years. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Scribner attended the funeral of Albert gcribner, a former Livermore resident and brother of Gilbert, at Hastings, Nebraska, July 21st. Midwest Has A Historical Host Travelers Find Fen|oi) -r? Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoeber and Tim Bassett have found that sightseeing in our midwest can be very interesting and educational. Their first stop was in Red Wing, Minnesota, where they went through the. nptiery factory. They also stopped at the old river Iowa they visited the fish hatch- and at the UMoiw town vi w ! $uttenburg they saw how the fiver locks Work and the federal |jsh museum. |- At McGregor they visited the Indian effigy mounds and bufihj grounds. From McGregor they -went across the Mississippi river •fo Prairie Du Chcin, where they Visited the estate museum 01 "Louis Devilles, an early and "Very rich settler and fur trader. -The Stoebers and Tim stopped ''fit Backbone State Park at - Strawberry Point and then went '- ton to Dubuque Where they, croSs-* '•sgd the Mississippi again to see '•^General Grant's home at Galena, 111. . " <- Grant went to ,'Galena aftei 'the war and the city gave him -"a* home and furnishings which is ,'fiow a museum. They also ,saW i the old leather shop museum ana the market place in Galena. Oh s-die .way home the Stoebers stop* •ped in Cedar Falls to Visit Mr ! 'dnd Mrs Ralph-Bough ton. '; ' • '—' •' ' i !Ex-Teac|ier$ At Cylinder Hold Get-Together Seneca — Mrs Le Ann Olsen Beaver and daughter Lori attended a reunion of teachers who taught together at the' Cylinder public school during the years :pf '54, '55, and-.'56, at the home b'f Mrs Ronald Madsen at Cylinder. Others enjoying the get-together were Mrs Norman Edge ;arid children of Humboldt, ) Mn, Charles Gangsted and boys of Clarion, and Mrs Ronald Schroeder and children of Ledyard. A mutual friend of the group, Mrs Richard Underwood of Lone Rock was also present. 4 Mr and Mrs Donald Larsen and family, of Algona were Saturday visitors at the Art Bergum home. .The daughter, Joice, who spent the week, visiting at the Bergum 'home with her parents. Mr and Mrs Irvin Votteler attended, the wedding' of the latter's brother, Dale Lindquist, last ^Sunday, July 23, at Minneapolis. ;Mr and Mrs Lindquist will make ,their home at Minneapolis where ( Mr Lindquist is an interior dec- 'ofator., .The Vottelers were .•,&&:: . rfpaxidd «to Minneapolis ^$M« arid-Mrs Verl Smith who attended a,Twins baseball game. .Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt are parents of a daughter, born Wednesday morning, July. 26. She weighed 7 pounds nine ounces, and has two sisters and a brother. The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H sent three representatives to the good grooming contest at Burt last Saturday. Brian Johnson was the, junior member, James Bergum, the intermediate and James Jensen, the .senior. Mr j and Mrs Roy Witham 01 Clear Lake accompanied by their daughter and three children,, the Henry Kepharts, of Moline, 111,, visited the Everett Withams last Thursday. The American Lutheran Church, held a radio workshop at the First. Lutheran Ch,urch at Graettinger Monday. Attending from Seneca were Mrs John Johannesen, local radio chairman, Mrs Martin Wilberg, auxiliary chairman, and Mrs Henry Looft, conference radio committee chairman. Mr and Mrs Henry- Looft were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Gerrit DeWaard home neap Tjtonka. Mrs Bertha Pommer of; Algona was also a guest. Mrs Jerry Beaver and daughters, Lori and Denise are visiting at the parental Curtis Olsen home and with Charles Beavers and daughters left their home at San Bernadino. Calif., by jot I plane and were met at Omaha by her father, Curtis Olsen, brother, Gaylord and Donna, also a sister, Mrs Wanda Jacobson that afternoon at 2:40 p.m. She will be j pined next weekend by hep husband who will come by car and .will spend about ten days'here before they will start their return trip home. Pavid Looft and Dwane Johannesen left Saturday from Fort Dodge fpr Camp McCoy, Wise, where they will spend two weeks at summer training camp. Jolly Neighbors The Jolly Neighbors Homemakers Club of Lotts Creek held their annual picnic July 19th ai the West Bend Grotto. Seven members ancj 14 children enjoyec a picnic dinner and a tour ol the Grotto. The next meeting will be ejection pf officers oh August gth with Christina Seege barth hpstegs. f oWUh«d By Ttra Upp*r D* Motrt* Publishing Co., Atoond, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCKI N«wi LONE ROCK By Mrs Darryl Householder Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton oi Lone Rock attended the baptism of their granddaughter 1 , Deborah Lynn, Cotton, daughter of the John Cottons, In the Fort Dodge- Presbyterian church- Following the baptism, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton and Mr.', and;; 1 Mrs. A p ( > Taylor. of Des , Molnes were Sunday, dinner guests -Ip. th( John. Cotton home. Mr. -and Mrs. Henry Tlemar of Fenton were Sunday guests in the Frank Dreyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Smith Pa'ttie and Pam of Omaha, Nebr. were weekend guests in the Dick 6'Donnell home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter'Sorensen of Burt,'Mr. arid Mrs. Lyle Marlow and DeAnh, Mn and Mrs. Clarence Maciimber and Mrs. Florence Maciimber of Algona, and Mrs. Anna Bierstedt of Buri were Sunday evening suppep guests in the Dick O'Donnell home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder were weekend guests, in. tht Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen home at Hackensack, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. George Schuster, Laurie and Mark were recent visitors in the Henry Schroeder home. Mrs. Willis Cotton of Lone Rock will be attending a meeting Tuesday and Wednesday at Ames.' i Mr. and Mrs. Jim Marlow and children returned home Friday from a three-day outing at Spirit Lake. Dell Marlow was a guest-Friday evening at the Jim Marlow home. • Mr. and Mrs. Wayne - Decker and Wayne Clinton were Sunday visitors in the Darryl Householder home. Mrs Frauka Schadendorf of Lakota was a 'Tuesday evening supper guest in the home of Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf. Allan Evans, grandson of Mrs Frauka Schadendorf, was also there. , . Ken Thompsen, son of Mr ana Mrs Kenneth Thompsen of Creston, has been spending a few days' in the home of his grandparents, Mir and Mrs Andrew Thompsen., .,.,.. Mr and Mrs! Art' '.Priebe,' Joel, and Charles and David Behne of Denver, Colo., grandson of Mrs Priebe, visied Mr and Mrs Martin Larsen of Decorah in the home Mr and Mrs Delbert Blancharci of Lone Rock are parents of a son born July 27 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. The baby was named Terry Allan and weighed 7 Ibs. 10 oz. Sherry Harness, daughter of Everett Harness of Mason City, visited in the Donald Kneedler home. Craig Kneedler visited recently in the Justin Berhow home at Keister, Minnesota. ThUrsdpy, August 3, 1061 Algona (lei.) Upper Dei Malries-7 Mrs Bill Orthel of Bancroft. Mrs Bob Marlow, Brenda and Paula, Mrs Darryl Householder and Danny, Mrs Eva Witham. Eleanor, Witham and Ellen Wit" ham, were guests in the Joe Lynch home .Thursday. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larsen were Sunday guests in the Geno Brandow home at Algona. They celebrated the birthdays of Roger Brandow, Rhonda Brandow and Linda Larsen.. Becky Larsen stayed a few days in the Brandow home. : : Mrs Effie Teeter and Donna of Algona, Mr and Mrs Ed Larsen, Mr and Mrs Clarence Christiansen of Wesley were guests in the Harvey Larsen home Thursday evening. Mrs Leonard Warner, ' Ricky and Randy of Algona. Mrs Clarence Macumber of Algona and Mrs Anna Bierstedt of Burt were Wednesday callers in the Lyle Marlow home. Mrs Fred Mortensen and Kathy, Mr and Mrs Milton Diveny • Jr. and children of Davenport, ' and Mrs DtVeny's sister from Emmetsburg were Thursday callers in the Darryl Householder home. Sally and Linda Hanna visited .. in the home of their grandmother, Mrs Amanda Pettit, Friday. GARDENER Dan Carpenter of Perry, a retired mechanic has taken up gar- . dening as a hobby. He had 113 tomato plants and a total of five different varieties. On One ot „ his plants he counted 28 tomatoes growing. A baby albino bluejay made an appearance recently at the horiie of Guy Hornaday near In- diariola. 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