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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1961
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• • *r : -\ ^iptif;^ ;;• v '-._•,• y* • August 1^ » thtfriday, Fenton Family Returns From Western Trip Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt land Marilyn returned home a week ago from a three week sightseeing and visiting trip in the west. Families they visited were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fin- nested, Mr. arid Mrs. Mervtti Priebe, Sacramento, Calif., Mr. . and Mrs. Alfred Schmitz, Boron, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Henry DeWall, Escondido, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber, Mrs. ShelbJ Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gross, all near Pheonix, Ariz.' 1 - Budget Adopted The proposed budget for the town of ' Fenton was adopted Monday, night by the town council. No protest was filed in the public hearing. In regular business, a building permit for a new dwelling was granted Mrs. .George Jentz. Routine bills wer allowed. All councilmen, th clerk and the mayor were pres ent. - Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey wen to Sioux, City on business Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Hantel man, and 'Paul returned home from a sightseeing trip to the Black Hills and Badlands Friday. ' <• ' , Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mantel- toan and Mf: arid Mrs! Ed Bruhn . tvere Thursday evening, visitors at the Ted Meyer home, rural Whittemore. They • all helped Mrs. 'Meyer celebrate -her birthday. , t , Mr. and Mrs., Martin , Hanlel- pan -were. Saturday- evening vis- itors-at'the 1 ; Raymond Meyer residence' in., Emmetsburg., '• ,Mri ,and' Mrs.-Don Berryman and .BetH^Ann, Quincy, 111.,, re• titrned.home Friday,. Mrs. Ronald Bier -.and-' Vickie accompanied them as far as Des Moines where she will 'be visiting her sistei > and JsmDy., r ,the sHarley Kookers. Mr. ..and' Mrs. Harry Coates, Palm' 1 , Beach, Florida, visited with Mrs.- R. C. Goetsch Saturday. ^Dinner guests in the Rex Wolfe home Sunday were Mrs. Jennie Armstrong, Wells, Minn. T.O. McFall, Cedar Rapids, R. G. .McFall, Oskaloosa, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall, Mr. and Mrs.', Jack Tieman and family rural Burt, and Joe Kalor T. O. McFall and H. G. Me- Pall returned home Monday. Margo Rusch accompanied theni to visit the Herbert Weiskes in Cediar Rapids. Tommy Eckhart, Bancroft and Linda Ricklefs, Titonka, are visiting this week with their grandparents, Mr. -and Mrs Rohlf Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sloe- ber were Sunday guests of the Irvin Kossulkes at Trimont, Minnesota. Debbie and Kent Kossul- ke returned home with them to spend the week. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley visited over the weekend with Mrs. Straley's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace, Hayfield, Minn. On the way home Sunday the Straleys stopped in Lake Mills to bring their grandchildren Lynn and Sheila Kae Void home with them for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortenson visited with Carl Mortenson av Estherville Sunday. Mrs. Delores Schulte and boys, Windom, Minn., visited over the weekend with Mrs. Lavon Steinberger and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlei attended the funeral of a cousin, Ralph Upmeyer, at Garner Friday. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Burd ana sons Hawthorne, Cal. were Thursday and Friday guests at the Marion Stuckis. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Fuerstenau, Fairmont, were Friday visitors in the Marion Stucki home. Mrs. Don Berryman, Quincy, 111., entertained some high school friends at a coffee party Wednesday afternoon at her parents, the Eldon Hantelman home. Those present were Mrs. Bill Nelson and Bobby, Fairmont, Minn., Mrs. Darwin Keopke, Greg 'and Scott, Burt, Mrs. Jerry Waite and Tammy, Mrs. Ronald Bier and Vickie, Mrs. Burnett Heine, Robin and Larry, Mrs. Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff, and Mrs. John Waite, Maria and MelBnie. Rev. and Mrs. V. G. Gilbertson, Reynolds, North Dakota, were weekend guests of the Albert Mitchells. Mr. and MIS. Dale Weisbrod, . Nadine, and Roxy Voigt returned Sunday from a Colorado vacation. They stayed at Drake, Colo, near Rocky Mountain National Park and went sightsee- jnf in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Torn* linson and family returned home Saturday from a two-week vac'a. tlon. Sights they saw were the Garden of the Gods, the Petrified Forest, t'he Painted Desert, the Royal Gorge and the Grand Canyon. The Dapew Circle' had a pol- lack picnic and guest day in the Fenton park Thursday. Mrs. Melvln Berkland led devotions, Pam and Debbie Zumach sang a duet, and Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke, Mrs. Bertl Berkeland, and Mrs. Milford Mitchell each gave a reading. The guests were Mrs. Charlie Nelson, Mrs. Truman Thompson, Mrs, Gertie Berkland, Mrs. Tessa Cody, Mrs. Herman Norand, Mrs. Art Cody, Mrs. Myrtl 3oitnot, Mrs. Louie Egemo, Mrs. 3 aul Zumach and girls and Mrs. Richard Underwood and children, j . . Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber were Wednesday evening )icnic supper guests in the Paul Eigler home. Mrs. Fred Mortenson was hos- ess to a farewell coffee party or Mrs. Kenneth Walters. The uests, Mrs. John Gramenz, Mrs. essie Newel, Beth Newel, Mrs. 'ony Winters and Mrs. Martin Ohm, 'presented Mrs. Walters with a gift. The Walters moved to Toledo Monday where Mr. Walters will teach. The Fenton Progressors 4-H Club met at the home of Dennis Uthof, Aug. 7. Plans for the fair were discussed.' There were 17 members preserit. .Lunch was served at. the close of the meet- Auxiliary At Fenfon Holds Annual Picnic Fenfon Perfect attendance records fat the past eltib year 'Weresfftade by Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mrs". Ffefl Joh'annesen, Mrs. CaiVln Vatfdt, Mrs. John Johannesen, Mrs, Everett Witham, Mrs, Roy .Hittz and Mrs Henry Looft. • - f Secret sisters far the year Were revealed and new ones • draft?n Mrs. Oalviri Vfludt was the honored birthday member. Mrs. Jde Madden is a new club member The Fenton Legionl Ne , w offlccr - s elected for .A rt at the home of f n ' quing ycar a £ e Mrs /red >Jo u~ *-„ jiL-." . : hannesen. ni-pslrlnnf' M»*a TXAU , , Auxiliary met at the home T of £W»n(f year are' Mrs Fred 'Jo Mrs. Ed Bruhn for their annual ha . nne . sen . president; Mrs. Rich d BU vice-resident .. . !J d B ? U 5' vice-president; and John Johanrt esen,, secre August picnic and meeting Fri-, ,,„ .. day, $2.60 was sent to the U. S Mrs> '. John . ' V. A. domiciliary at Clinton. ta $I tr f a " urert ;. .. . „ Mrs. W. E. Laage gave a legis- L Mfdamos Richard Bauer 1 , Mrs lative report and Mrs. John Gord<?n BuH alld Mrs ' R °y Hi ": Waite gave a report on the State were " am , ed *° arrange the pro. Department Convention which I ra . m J 3 °2 ks for next Vear - Mrs eight auxiliary members attend ' Robert Burt and lvr '' a ft"**"" . 5° rt Burt and Mfs - .Krausewere nam ed on the card ed. The auxiliary, now have a " Krause . l!were named monthly project of each member 1". glft committee and Mrs. bringing something to send''to '5? or ? on Burt ' and Mrs < Robert the veterans. Burt were named on 'a commit- ing.- Mr. and 1 Mrs. Henry Ludeke, Mrs. William Axe and Mrs. Geo. Schoenwetter all of KJemme were Aug. 6 guests of Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod. Afternoon visitors were Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stucki entertained Mr. and Mrs. V L Burd,-Mike and Tim, Hawthorne, -al., Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff, at a picnic in the Fenton park Thursday evening. Mrs. Alvin Zumach. Lake view, visited several days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Theesfield. Mrs. Jennie Armstrong. Wells, Winn,, Orin McFall, Cedar Rap- ds, 'and Rollo McFall, Oskaloo- •»a,i visited several days last week with the Frank. McFalls Laabs Reunion The Laabs family reunion was i . „ _, . „ held at Tuttle Lake Sunday. At- 4 " H club Met tending from this area were Mr. Tho'Sor,*,,,. and Mrs. R. F. Laabs, Amanda er ,, 4 «-cinh Schutt, Mrs. Arnold Laabs and' Club family, Mr. ,and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs' and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortenson, and family, Mr. and Mrs. George.Mienke, Mr. and Mrs. Delond Bolte and family, rural Cylinder, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Haase- and family, Algona. • Mrs. Russell Byers' and Mrs. Vera Wohlers visited Wednesday with Mrs. .Wilfred Stoeber. Fri-' day, Mrs. Stoeber spent'the day visiting her hister Mrs. Byers. tee to purchase perfect attendance awards, Mrs. Roy ttinz hdo. charge of the entertainment. and the Rex Wolfes. Mr. and Mrs. Art Dreyer, Maon City, former Lotts Creek rea residents, have purchased he home of the late Mrs. Clara [auerby.and will be. moving to 'enton in a few weeks. Tli Dreyers are the parents of Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer. Mrs. John Theesfield entertained at a card party Thursday afternoon. Those present were Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, Mrs. E C. Weisbrod, Mrs. Jessie Newel' Mrs. Lena Zumach, Mrs. Gerald Voigt, Mrs. Everett Dreyer and Mis. Alvin Zumach, Lakeview Mary, Becky and Glen Hantel man, Jane Struecker, Bonnie Jentz and Brian Borchardt went to Walther League camp at Oka- boji last week. Susan Hantelman was a counselor St. John's Lutheran church choir had a picnic at the Walther League camp grounds Aug. Susan Hantelman is visiting for three weeks with her par- en T S v,' w 6 , William Hantelmans. The Nelson family reunion wab held at the August Nelson farm home Sunday. There were 40 in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee, ana Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Lee and family, Estherville, were Sunday evening visitors in the Kenneth Halverson home. The Fessler family reunion was held at the Fred Fessler farm Sunday. There were 86 in attendance, . Mr. and Mrs, Reuben Luedike and John returned last week from a sightseeing and camping trip in Wisconsin, Michigan and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne spent the weekena camping and fishing at Spirit Lake and Okaboji. CARBON PAPERS, office supply dept.. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. BE ON TH| LOOKOUT™ APPLIANCE SEE Page 9 Of Today's FARM 8c HOME SECTION onjy $2.50 per week Olsen Family At Seneca Has Gef-Togefher Seneca — Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen held a family gathering at their home Aug. 13 with their seven children, their husbands and wives, and their 25 grandchildren in attendance. This .was the first time for irtany they'had all been together. Their children and families include Mr. and Mrs. Everett (Harriett) Zitterich and Willie, Steve, Zoe Ann and Lavelle, Terril; Mr. and Mrs. Clay (Alice) Boyd and Barbara, Marilyn, Chuck and Danny, Moscow, Idaho; Mr. and Mrs. Howard (Blanche) Preston and children, Daryle, Wayne, Lee and Fay, Swea City; Mr.' and Mrs. Gaylord Olsen and Diane, Colleen, Danny, and Mark, Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobson (Wanda) and Tommy, Cindy, Cheryle and Sondra, Mallard; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Olsen and David, Debbie, and Chris of San Bernadino, Cal.; and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Beaver (Le Ann) and Lori and Denise, also of San Bernadino. Also present was Mrs. Olsens' brother, Eldon Larson, Minneapolis. Sunday evening, the group gathered at the Howard Preston home. Monday afternoon the Ol- seris got together with their sons and daughters and husbands and wives met at the Everett Zitter- ich home at Terril. Elect Officers The Seneca Modern Mixer Club held their election of officers at their meeting held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Alvin Cyphers. Tim gave a demonstration land Tom led a discussion. Publl.hed By Th.Upp4rDHM.tnH * Pub)l*hlne Co., yloWtt ./•> it '"'v ' N«w« De* Moines, Tat Hie nuge Clydesdale hflrsea not only return to the Iowa State Fair horde show, but for the first time will appear in performance classes as well as halter events. An unusual farm «rf the Americas have also been added to this year's horse show JAng. 29-Sept 3/The Iowa State Fair with its Civil War Gen- '^naaifll thama wiU U Aug. 2S through'Sept., 3. ••-—<—••• was one-of 30 • graduates.'; ; Mrs. Cleo Classon is a- patient t University , hospital at • Iowa City where she submitted to 'ma- or surgery .Tuesday!' 1 ? Her /condition is reported as satisfac- | tory. Her daughter,' Mrs. Dontia jin ±eu u tuscussion. "• \ *'-"•'• **•'-* v*, ivna. jjunii The leaders reported that Rod- Nerem ' Forest City, is with her. \V -TCne^D** *|M J -. ><*D«J Au . T_l ' T*1»»»n» *Dnn**.tu . C«*.-»-•_ ' fl - .* • ncy Jensen and Brian Johnson had placed first in. the junior demonstration contest' and would represent Kossuth county at the Clay County Pair. James .Bergum and Donald Hannisch, who .placed third in the senior division will also present their demonstration at the Spencer Fair. , ,\ t Mrs. Ray ^Goering,'accompian- led by a daughter, SonJa and her fiance,-John •• Orluski of Jackson, Minn, and a; brother, Eldon Larsen of Minneapolis visited ! Sun- diay morning at the Curtis O1-- Sens. Eldon remained for the day, ' . • v ' _Dw<ane Johannesen and David Looft, who have spent tw weeks at Camp ' McCoy, ,Wisc with the Air National Guarc Unit from Fort Dodge, returnee home Saturday afternoon, v Mr. and Mrs; Larry Clausen spent the weekend at the par ental William -Dorsey home. I Carol Johannesen, who has accepted a position with a brokerage firm in Denver spent 'last Saturday with her parents, the Fred Joh'annesens. . ^•Donald Bolligv accompanied by ttrs. Clara Bollig,, Bancroft, Mrs. Clarence Metzger of Algona Mrs. Cletus ,; Mueller, Whittemore, attended graduation^ exercises of the Antonian School 01 Nursing at ^Carroll. Sunday. Joan Jrmiter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Irmiter of Armstrong Jerry Beaver, San-, Bernadino, Cal. arrived at the parental Charles Beaver home Sunday for a week's visit. His wife and daughters had . preceded him, coming by jet plane. Jerry was accompanied by a nephew, David Olsen, son of the Jerry Olsons. Donna Kracht of Riceville has been a guest this week at the home of Nina and Linfla Sue Kracht.- Russel Jensen, accompanied by his son, Craig, left last week c fpr Kalispell, Montana. The Jensen daughter, Cheryl, who has spent the summer' there at the home of Mrs. Charles Kyknes will return home with them. While there they went sightseeing at Glacier National park and enroute home are going through LONE ROCK By Mrs Dqrry|< Householder Yellowstone. . Larry and Shirley Osborn spent Saturday night and Sunday with their grandparents, the Elmer Letchers, Alexandria S. D. ' Little Joy Andre, daughter of the Kenneth Andres, spent the weekend at Holy Family hospital ivnere she submitted to surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson of Creston spent the weekend at Andrew Thompson's. Kim Thompson '• returned home after spending some ' time at the Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath were dinner guests at the Maurice Weisbrod home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bierle' and Mr. and Mrs. Allwyn Lockwood spent Sunday evening at Maurice Weisbrod's. • : • Alice Bierle and Bill Murraj went -to Postville Sunday to visit Mrs/Bessie Householder. Mrs. Jack Johnson, Carolyn and Janet, s and'two grandsons of Story City visited at the Charles Morris home. Sheri Lovelt of Mount j Pleas-, ant visited tvvo weeks in the Dennis Flaig home. Mrs. Wayne Decker and Clinton, Mrs. Jo Hansen land Debbie, Mike' and Dennis were callers at the Darryl Householder home. Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus became parents of a baby boy August 10. He weighted 9 Ibs. and 3 ozs. and has been named Randy-HoWard,, Mr, and Mrs.- Oarl Peterson went to Diagonal to spend .a few r days' vfililrif. relatives, ', ' > Mrs. ..Louis Berriinghaus 1 re turned.recently, from Park hoS pltab irt >-Maion fii'ty, where sh hod surgery.-' -' -, , • Mr. and Mrs, < Roger Long anc Mr. -arid'-Mrs. Jim Meyers wen to Minneapolis to see the (Twin play. .;, • : - f , Mr." and Mrs, Leslie Baxte visited Mrs"i Holland Baxter a Paio Altd .Community hospita at .EmmCtsfaurg. ' Mrs. Delniar Fischer find Steve went to-Mayo clinic at Roches ter where Steve had a check-up Mr, and Mrs.- Louie Householder attended 'the funeral of Mrd Louie - Householder, at For.i Dodge Sat. 1 ,' Mrs Margaret Householder and Everett,'Mrs.,'WoodroW Pettit and Gall and Mary Faith were dinner guests at- the Louie Householders. .' • ,' r J. M. Jensen of Algona called at the P. M. Christenson home Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz of Fairmont were Sunday visitors at the P. M. ChriStensort home. •|URT By Mrs Al Hinekley Mrs. Jessie Sash was hostess to members of the Birthday 6ir- cle at her home Thursday. ,The ladies of St. Johns Lutheran Ladies Aid met at the church 'Aug. S.- fev, Schttita led- t)le topic. A;'report 6rt"th6 L;, W. M, L, Natte'ftarv.e&hv'eftitJort at' Pittsburgh ;%aff -given 'by Mrs. Wilfrid- Radl& Mrs v '£ 'L, Witt- kapp-o'f Mtocus was ! a;guest. Hostesses'.wefevMrs 1 ,' Mitt Me'y- er and Mrk, Arnold, Mey'er. -Larry Hinbkley spefl't from Saturday until Tuesday'with his parents, thfe -Al ^inckleys, Mr. dnd Mrs. Karley 'Hanson are parents "'of a daughter born to them at Me"rcy hospitel. Ma- 1 son City,, .Aug. 8. The little Miss, who weighed 8 Ibs!,' 1% '02., has been named Cheryl Ann and has two brothers and a' sister. , Diane, D.ebbM 'and^ • 'Robbie Crawford) Des Moines, spent the past ive'ek, at' the, Home of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs., Harold Martin, while their parents vacationed in'Canada, • Mr. ahd Mrs.- 'Carl Larny, Bldomfield, 111.,- visited at the' Melvin Johnson» and Mike < Baer , domes the .past' week, Harold Batt, Rapid City, S. D,, visiteM his ^parents Mr.- ana Mrs. Bill Batt.over,the weekend. Hadley 'Castor and Mary Metz, , Sutherland, spent Sunday visit-, ng frierids' in. Burt. They were dinne? guests at>the'Al Hinckey home.: .'. > ' : { Mrs. Lena Farrell was a recent guest .at the home of her. sister and family, the 1 Mike Jaers. Janice Stewart, .Laurens, was a weekend guest' at the Rev. Wm. Bohi home. ::, Mrs. Cora Stow is now at Wilfair Rest Haven. . Mrs. Pearl Jones, Bancroft, 'isited at the Mike Baer- horrid ' 'hursday. - f IS YOUR GARDEN GOING TO WASTE? r Check With McFall Plumbing And Heating For Reasonable Prices On Deep Freezers And Refrigerators. McFall Plumbing-Heating r phoi jLvfc~**4 FENTON, IOWA THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, lowg Experienced Embalmers and Funerai Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 202 U FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL ^ DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and CEHL EQUIPMENT Bu*. Phone 3 Re*. 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