The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1961 · Page 13
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, 1961 PoWlihtd By Tti* U PP «r DM MolnM Publishing Co., Algana, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCKI . N«w» Editor Charles VoigtsQf Fenton Are Honored , rFdnfoh — Mr and Mrs Charles'^C. Vbigt- were honored by their ; children Sunday at' a 50th atfhiversary open house.' - Over 200 guestf Registered' from 2 to 5 p.m. at their farm home ndrth- <&st of Fehf ofc. Kate' Oliver and dharles .Voigt were ma?rted"'Sep't.- 27, 1911* in Chi&asrH'.OkTa;, They < had 'the anniversary, 1 party early and all but on'e'* s'dn/* Leslie, ' and' family could be there. , e Mrs , burg, Carl, Cylinder, Paul, Fenton,, Mrs -\Ghalmer • Bonhickse'n (ClaUdiaXf'kfifestldV Mrs , Fred Hutchison '. ; (Blanche) , R e v e r'.e, Minn., Mrs Merwin Widdel (Vivian), Ringsted, , twins, Leslie, Portland, ' Oregon, and Lloyd, Winfteb'ago, Minn., Ralph, TulSa, Oklahoma and Kenneth, Fairmont, Minn.;' ' The couple has 30, grandchildren, with all but three there and four great-grandchildren all of whom were there, even the newest addition to-the family, a 12 day old baby. Mir aftcV Mrs'- S: "'E.' Slraley ; were Sunday dinner guests in ithe Ole Void/ home at Lake 1 Mills. ' " Mr and Mrs Walter Peril and FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VdlGf ; INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVER^ Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD, Implement Company '< JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA arid GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3- ,Res. Phone 60 1 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE Fof Building - Remodeling PHdNE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Riiske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication. Printed That Takes An Interest In Fentonl , . : . : .,'LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real -Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 133 » Fenton, Iowa How can the Folks All-YeaMound? 'f Freezers don't have se»sons| fnjpy gardeii-fffsh fruits' and veg* in winter,.. a variety of 'round, gptoyour frewef , , , your lupirmirktt ... simply wonderful Ginger attended a picnic at the fairgrounds in Algona Suridiay. Judy Jolley left Wednesday for Camp Frances E. House on Lake George near Brimson, Minn. This is Judy's sixth year for attending the girls camp. ,The following week Judy will stay with a pen pal in Two Harbors,. Minn, Mr and Mrj, Clifford Douglas and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Paul Klenz home at Ceylon, Minn. Mr and Mrs Martin Larsen, Decorah, spent several days last week with the Ray Priebes. Tht Larsens are Mrs Priebe's parents. Later in the week the Priebes took the Larsens to Mason City to stay with Mr and Mrs Charles Ramsey. Jacqueline Priebe spent sev era! days last week visiting relatives in Decorah. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and' Wayne, Jeff Stuckl -and Mr and Mrs E. C. Weisbrod were Friday evening.picnic,guests in the Raymond Stoeber home; , Mr and Mrs Frederick Marsh ancF family,'' New Providence, were Sunday .guests in the Raymond. Lister .Home. Two of the Marshes daughters are staying with- -.their • "grandparents this week.; ".„;.'-.'. ., »Mrs Kenneth Giles and Kendall, Arlinbton, Va. visited several days last week in the, George Jbrgenson home: Mrs^ Giles'and Mrs Jorgenson are sisters. Mrs Giles' husband is in the'Air Force arid was;, working -with ithe government weathef department in Minneapolis. The Theesfield family reunion was held in the V.F.W: Hall' in Armstrong Sunday. Mr and Mrs Charles Theesfield and others from Fenton attended. Mr and Mrs Marion • Siucki, Dennis, Julie.•'• Stuck! land Dick Peterson went to a family reunion at Kasson, 'Minn, Sunday. They-also visited with Mrs Earl Stuck! and Mrs JameS.McCad- den in -Rochester, Minn. Mr and Mrs Gerald Goodwin, Glenn Hayenga,. Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs'Reno Lundquist, .Clarissa, ,Minri., and Mrs Lester Hayenga, Eagle Bend, Minn. were Weekend guests of Mr and M?& Harry Haase and Mrs Edith Hayenga. .They came to attend the §Qtb>anniversary open'f house of the C. "Cl Voigts, • ,f, •' - « Mr and Mrs RichatS ; Stucki spent several days last week vacationing at Spirit, Lake and Okoboji.; Mr and Mrs Eugene Marlow, rural Burt, joined them over the: weekend; " Mr and Mrs Wayne Bellinger and family, Mr and Mrs Norman Bellinger and Debbie, Mr ana Mrs Arnold Hantelmari and family and Mrs Otto Wichtendahi were -Sunday evening ,dinner guests in the Kenneth Bollinger home. ' The dinner was in honor of Kenneth Bollinger and Norman Bellinger's birthdays. Mr and Mrs Don Berryman and Beth Ann, Quincy, 111. are visiting this week in the parental Eldon Hantelman home. Bill and Eldon Jr., sons of the Eldon Dunoans- Sr. stayed last week with their maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Herb Adams, in Algona. Shower Honors Newlyweds At Fenton Church Fenton — Mr and Mrs William Wiener Jr. were honored at a shower Monday evening, July 31, at the Depew Lutheran church. Roger Berkland was master of ceremonies. Gary Widdel and Kenneth Kerber each sang a solo and Mrs Andrew Gowans and Mrs Dean Meyer each gave a reading. Mrs Amos Berkland led devotions in the absence of Hey, Oliver Johnson. The couple opened their' gifts and lunch was served, Mr and Mrs Wiener were married Sunday, July 3p, at the Swea City Methodist church. W.S.C.3, Meeting • The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church . met Thursday,, Aug. 3. Mrs Wilfred Stoeber arranged the worship center, which ' was the Methodist Woman's Society Emblem. Mrs Arlo Ranuey led the devotions and Mrs Eugene Huskamp presented, the program. After the business meeting the hostesses, Mrs Russell Jensen Mrs Hershel Hartm^n and Mrs Hudson, served lynch. go, and Mrs William dbels'ert'and Mrs Wallace Naok, Watertowtt, Wis. visited several days' l^t v/eek wittf Mrs, K. C. Goetsch and Agnes. .- j .. < Sunday dinner guest* of the Albert Mitchells were Mr • ahd Mrs Duane Habeger. and family, Mr and Mrs Milford .Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Richard. Underwood, and family., ' Mr ahd Mrs Raymond Stoeber, Mr and Mrs E. C. Weisbrbd and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne were Monday evening dinner guests in th'e Gerald. Voigt home.- The occasion was in honor of Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoeber's birthdays, 'Mr and Mrs John /Theesfield visited several days with * the Alvin Zttm'achs in Liakevlew*. Mr and Mrs George Jorgenson Sr. were surprised 'by their children and families; Mrs> Robert, Se well, Mr-and* Mrs George Jorgenson Jr. and Mr and' Mrs Donald Jorgenson;'at a 1 49th Wedding 'anniversary picriic- at Lost Island State Pdrk, Sunday,, 11 July 30. The senior Jorgensons -'were married. July 31, 1912. ' Mr and' Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne, and. Jeff. " Stucki visited Sunday in the Robert Anderson home near 'Swea -City. Paula Wiener, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Wiener Sr., is staying with Mr-and Mrs Richard O'Brian 'in GlenWood, Minn, ths week. •' ., , . •, Mr and Mrs Arnold , Hansen and family met Mr and Mrs Eugene Newel and family, Sioux Center, at Okoboji for a picnic Sunday.- Randa Hansel returned hbitie with the Newels to spend the .week. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn and Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman were Sunday dinner guests in the Charles Nelson home at; Cylinder. Hold Farewell Af Lone Rock For Serviceman : Lone Rock — A farewell- get- together for Maurice. Flaig Aval held Sunday at the park in Swea City. Maurice will be leaving for the arnjed; services Aug.' 2$ Those present were Mr and Mrs Bernard' O'Donnell and Kathy Mr and Mrs Dick O'DonnelJ, Bill, Karert and Dick, Mrs Mary. Flaig and family, Mr and Mrs Gerald Erpelding, Mr and Mrs Richard Krapp of' Bancroft, Mrs Bertha Burt, Mr and Mrs Roger^. Jensen, Mr and' Mrs Frank Flaigj Mr and , Mrs ' Dennis Flaig and Iowa's-Stars Of Tomorrow Compete At State Fair- A group Q| friends who winter, cd in Texas ha4 a Riciu'c July 30 it the Onetft Park -shoHe? house in Spenwr. Mi 1 and Mrs S, E. g(r»ley sttendud as di4 many olhcr roi'al mail carriers Spencer. Pwliw, ' Teral, Des Moines, Tar Iowa's finest young talent will entertain fair, goers as they compete fpj nearly 92000 and the championship at the Iowa Civil War Centennial State Fair, Aug. 25-Sept, 3. The youngsters are all winners of 5Q televised contests held through the year. They represent virtu* ally every section of Iowa. The talent championships will ba held daUy at 1;30T.M. on a special _ outdoor, stage in the family, Mr and Mfs Dean Jei 1 - genson and 'children of 'Algona, Mr and Mrs Jim Ackerman of Garner. Lively Rockets Met The Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H club met in the home 01 Patricia Lynch Aug. 5 with all members present. Ellen Lynch' gave a talk and demonstrations for the fair were given by fillen and 'Patricia Lynch, Kathleen Binzen and Nadine MoCleisn, Pat McCleish. and Phyllis Cherland and Mary Lynch and Pat Binzen. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mr and Mrs George Kissner, Janese and Lanny returned home from a three-week trip to Denver, Colo., North Highlands, Long Beach, Azusa, San Diego, Cal., and Phoenix, Ariz. They also went down into Old Mexico. Mr and Mrs Joe Lynch are parents of a son born to them July 28 at Holy Family hospital, Eslherville. The baby weighed 6 Ibs. 'and 10 oz. and was named James Allan. ' Mr and. Mrs Willis Cotton attended the wedding of a niece, Linda Peter to Larry Paskewit, at Staples, Minn. Saturday. Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn visited Mrs Ed Goche, Who is a patient in the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. ; • - V Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt attended a family picnic in the Robert Mitchell home near Fen- Ion last Sunday. Mrs Howard ^Bierstedt visited in the Joe Kemna home at Bancroft Thursday afternoon. Mrs Gladys Barker of Phoenix, Ariz, visited from Wednesday until Saturday in the home of Mfs Margaret Householder. Mr and Mrs Ronald Collins and family were Sunday callers in the Ray Neuroth home, West Bend. Colleen Collins spent the weekend in the parental home. Mr ahd' Mrs Paul Gisch and family of -Hazelgreen, Wis. were Thursday visitors in the Collinw home. Mr and Mrs Henry SchroedM attended the wedding of Mary Ellen Hansen to Dean Johnson at Kingsley, Minn. Sunday. Mrs Larry Strayer, Mrs Edwin Wiehtehdahl and. Mrs Wilmu Schafer went to Decrfield, 111. where they will get tne Wich- tendahls' daughter, Joann, where she was employed for the summer months; , Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter were Sunday visitors in the Tom Frieze home at Spencer and also at the Cliff Bughton home in Graettinger. Mr and Mrs John Waite and girls, Mr and Mrs Jerald Waite and Tammy were Thursday evening supper guests in the Garryl Householder home. Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Jackson went to get their son, Michael, who spent a couple of weeks at Camp Olson in Minnesota. Mr >and Mrs Lorenz Geitzenauer ahd Kay, Mark, Jim and Brian and Mr and Mrs C. J. Stauder of Bancroft attended Polka Day at New Ulm, Minn, last Monday. Lavonne Thompson was hostess at a going-away party for Gary Schwankl of Bancroft Thursday evening. There were 20 young people in the Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Harold Wehrs- pann and family of Fcnton were Sunday callers in the Dave Thursday, August 10, 1961 Algona (la,) Upper DC* Moina*-5 A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE ! HOW'S YOUR FURNACE ? 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 Why not give us a call and let us check your heating facilities, NOW I McFALL PLUMBING-HEATING PHONE 159 FENTON, IA. STOP! DON'T DO ALL YOUR FALL PLOWING BEFORE YOU HAVE US SPREAD YOUR PLANT FOODS FOR THE COMING YEAR. STOP IN AND SEE US ! FENTON Co-Op Elevator FENTON, IOWA SECURITY ow CONFIDENCE Your Bank Is Here To Serve Your l?qnk I* her? to serve. This means not only the usual banking transactions — check- Ing accounts, cashing checks, savings ac« counts — but some of the more personal matters. If you have .problems which may need the serviws of a bank, we invite you to talk it over with us. All deposit* Insured to $10,000 By Fddtral P«pp$it Iniurgnw Corp. First Trust Savings Bunk FiNTON < '"ftafon'-v Weber home. Mr and Mrs Glenn House* holder were Sunday guests in the Garryl Householder home. Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus 6f Lone Rock, Mrs Walter Halsh- rude ahd Candy of Sioux Falls, S. D., Mrs Minnie Hynes and Larry Ramus and Jannicc Hannover surprised Mrs Grace Ramus on her 74th birthday in the home of Mrs Ramus Monday evening. Mrs Rose Kraft and Mrs Thelma Laabs of Fairmont spent last weekend in the Paul Heilfcrs home at Worthington, Minn. .Mr and'Mrs Kenneth Fitzler,' Ron arid Pat of Dana, 111. visited Friday in the Lorenz Geitzenauer home. Mr and Mrs Wayne Decker and son were Saturday evening callers in the Darryl Householder home. Mr and Mi's Alfred Schenck and Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna Were callers in the Reed Anderson home' at Spencer Sunday evening. ' Mr and Mrs H. A. Holmgren, Mr and Mrs Will Gifford and Phyllis and Mr 'and Mrs Billy Gifford and children were Saturday evening visitors in the Harvey Larsen home. Mr and Mrs Lou Paulsen ana children visited last Tuesday in the home of Mrs Mabie Paulsen in Scotch Grove. Mr and Mrs Dale •Wegener visited Thursday evening in the Tom Coulee home. Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener attended the Heidenwith reunion held at Whittemore Sunday. Gloria Householder, daughter of the Glenn Householders, is spending a couple of weeks in the home of her sister, Mr and Mrs Paul Anglen at Omaha, Neb. Mrs Darryl Householder and Danny visited Saturday in the home of Margaret Householder. Diane Palmer, of,Algona is spending a few days,'in the Ralph Bierstedt -home. ,, Mr and Mrs Emll Person were Sunday callers in; the Henry Smith home at Burt.' Mrs George Lutz of Fort Dodge and daughter, .Mrs Jim Eslick, were Monday callers in the John Behrends home. Mrs George Christenson and Joyce Angus were; Sunday callers in the Lawrence Dittrher homec • • ' ' Karen O'Donnell was home for the weekend in the parental Dick. O'Donnell home. BRAND NEW ONE SHOT PICKER LUBRICATION has it! One push on lever lubricates 42 bearings , on this new model NEW TDKA 2-row pull picker. Fasti Efficient! Foolproof! Here's real grease lightning! flow on display. 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