The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1961 · Page 12
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6 Young Folks Have Close I Call In Rainstorm Crash | .' FeriioV Wt-S|x teenager*"" i: '~— —*"•••'— 'V were fuckjf iil eiiape, Wilh ' stitches fd dose. '• minor injurie's when ,a\ cat li Tjbe'other passengers Who • driven by Jon Jenhktf, rim - sustained :*0ttly minor . tuts : al Fenton, weht end-ever'. and bri end while attempting to pass V \ a truck on highway 169, •' riorlh oi Algona, during Fsi-. • 'day's rainstorm. The only , passenger in the car to require hospllaliiallort was Beverly Wehrspann, 16, rural Fenlon. She was taken to -, St. Ann ' hospital 1 in'-Algeria with a deep eui on' her right shoulder 'Which took doctors two 'hours .'and numerous M«t, tiKf tLth Fin- hestad,r, IS; rural Fenlon, ' OUl^ jgantelitnarf IB, rural Lone Rock arid Bobpy Patfon 16, Algona. The young people had been to the fair in Algona "and were going to Lone Rock to pick up a friend planning to return to the fair. The' accident Was investigated by the Kossuth county sheriffs office. • ' 125 Finnesfad Relatives At Fenton Reunion I ' j. «*T f M ** Fenton — The annual Flnne- stad reunion was held in Fenton ,,'at thd Community Center with about 125 relatives from Illinois, Minnesota, Sotith Dakota, California and Iowa attending. •The following officers were elected: president, Marvin Finnestad; vice president, Harry Halvefson; secretary and treasurer, Ted Johnson, all of DeKalb, 111; where the reunion will be •held next year. The oldest mem"- per there was Mrs. Lula Knut- Soh of Estheryille and the youngest was Lisa Potratz, daughter of the Roger Potratzs of Alta, - Iowa. It was reported from the Lars Finnestad family there were 41 grandchildren, 37 still living, 86 ' great grandchildren and nine great great grandchildren. . A progra.pi was presented, a ,ballet number, "songs, reading and ac'cordian and. \mputh organ numbers and batpn-''twirling. Those attending* 'from 1 fa • distance were.Mr. and Mrs'. 'George Rumph, Mrs. Ben'; Eike, Mrs. George Rumph J£ all of- DeKalb, Illinois, •»»•"•' 'A^-H*!->-1". stad and Marcella, Libertyville, Illinois, , Mr. and Mrs. Waynt Finnestad and family, Sacramento,'Calif.;-'Mr. arid Mrs. Harvey Nels6h;and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tunge and family and Mr. and Mrs.' Dave Gunderson all of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Mrs. Blanche Sjbstrom of Minneapolis, Mr. • and Mrs. Roger Potratz .land family'-of Alta, Mr. and. Mrs. \yaitef Jip'p : and Mr and Mrs., Norman Finnestad; oJ Boone. A picnic dinner'was'serv- ed'at noon with lunch following later in the afternoon. , Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod visited Sunday' ( with' the Kern Elrick family' in Jefferson. Mrs. Slrick is still seriously ill in the iospitel there but is able to feed lerSelf..! William Jeniz Jr. has graduated from Iowa Stale Teachers college and will be teaching in the Cherokee public school this fall. , ' Mr. and Mrs. Keith L. Bare will- again be teaching lat Coon Rapids, Iowa. This is the Bares third, year at Coon Rapids. Mrs. Bare is th'e former Janice Jentz. Rev. and Mrs. Victor Gilbertson of Reynolds, North Dakota, were, last Wednesday dinner guests in the'Ernest Berklanu home. Mr. and Mis. Stanley Berkland and Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland .and family eiijoyed a steak grill. tad picnic supper on the ErnestvBerkland lawn last Wed- fteld children of thfe, Richard .Theesfields visited 'last -week iri Faintldnt, Minn, with* thei* grandparents the Clarence Thees;fields. , • • j . Mrs, T. L, Lee and Debby oi iWllmer, 'Minn, visited last We'eli <with the Arlo Renneys. • ' Dr. and Mrs. E. W. huske visited over the weekend with" tHe K&ye Ruskes at Davenport, la. Mr. and Mrs. William Q. Wiener and family visited several days last week at Villflrd, Minn.' They visited with Mr. Wieners sister and husband Mr. and Mrs pick O'Brien and with his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Wiener. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berkland Steven and Timmy recently ipent a few days of last week in fomohawk, Wise, visiting their daughter 'and son-in-law the Rev. and Mrs. Samih Ismir. While in Tomahawk they heard i concert in song given by'Bill Strom of Augsburg College, Minneapolis. The Berkland family also enjoyed seeing the Aqua Water show while in Tomahawk and the new cinerama, The Windjammer,' Southdale shopping center anct the transcontin- sntal .air. port in Minneapolis. , Mrs. Atlo Ranney'and Mrs. \ L. Lee and Debby of Willmar, Minn., were last Mohday after* ioon visitors in the Charles Feye ••> n ~ -1 • ' *i' ' «£t *V >i> ,»>, tl? j--*r T <i '3,f '•«,,.! " i *&• ** ,*•£ ft-H^V i> ,»», t ? f<*r *V ^ 'i f •tt$g#«g • • V^^tfrV » ,^Hv iftW Mfeft evening. . , and Randy Thees- Mrs; Eldon 'Duncan and boys visited" several days' recently with 'Mr. and 'Mrs.' Gilbert Coffer at Decorah. Duncan joined his family 'the later part of that week and , .they all returned home;' , Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kressin and boys, Chicago, 111. visited last Wednesday in the F. W.'Jentz and Walter' Krause homes. Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Burd, Waseca, Minn, visited Monday in the Marion Stucki home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Slahl arid family, Houston, Texas, visited several days this week in the Walter Krause home. Mrs. J. H. Helmer, her daughter Mrs. Frank Leonard and Mrs, Leonards son Pat, Downers Grove, Illinois, will be visiting in and around Fenton for thf 1 rest of the month. Joyce, Munch, Minneapolis', spent' several days this week visiting with her grandparent!, the E. C.Weisbrods. Ronald Beaidsly, Clarinda, former St. John's Lutheran parochial school teacher, was a Sunday afternoon, caller in the ~ win Kjause ^-^ ' : •"»*•»** Pictured, above are Mr. artd .Mrs. Thomas Stavrbs, Rochester, who were marrjed July 2« at'.2 ,p.hVin'Fu-st Methodist at Rochester. Rev. C. C. Callahan* officiated at tn> double ring ceremony. Mrs. StaVros is the former Janet Behne, daughter of Mrs. Frank Behne, Fenton. She is a 1959 graduate of Sentral high and attended Methodjst KaMer s"chool of nursing. Mr. Stavros is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Stavros, Rochester- and a 1958 graduate of Rochester high. He is now a senior at the University of Minnesota. The'cduple Will live-'ih Rochester until fall when they will reside in Minneapolis. (UDM Engraving) R6nald Morisrtson was ' * weekefid .visitor fn Ms pafefital Fred Mdrteftsori, home. •, . Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki and family 'Were last Tuesday evening visitors in the Larry Holding hdffie at Bttrt. , f , Mr. and, Mrs, Harry JohHs6n« Des Moines visited with 'Mrs. Jessie Newel artd Seth, Friday.' Paul Weisbrod tans, ''former 'Sefteca resfdents i sohi left; MihiieafioIlS by jet on jww living at tilinton, Minn., are August 6; Hie Nelsons Me'grain fMntf spending'six* Weeks In Deft*'J faMers and In'thfe winter time iwark .Visiting relatives. The Mel- operate, a little cdffee Shop »- •« • • ••".'-- •*-•} ..-^-r m I i.l*i r i . i Tnnhnir 11 .. • i T. ri inr J^£ijHj.L. , ; Rites Held Fenton — Funeral services foi Paul Weisbrod, 42, were held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Fenton Methodist church. The Rev. H. A, Walker officiated and burial was in the church cemetery. Weisbrod died Wednesday morning, Aug. 16 of a heart, attack at Woodward, la., whert- lie had lived for the past Sev* eral years. , fte was born at Fenton, the second son of. the late Mr, and Mrs., Ben Weisbrod. He" attended chools at Fenton. He is survived by two broth- srs, Gordon of Clark, S. D. and John of'Trenton, Mich. '" Thomas funeral chapel of Fenon was in charge of arrangements. AND WE'RE READY WITH A FULL LINE OF NEW BOYS & GIRLS CLOTHING . .. . Jeans, Jackets, Dresses, Sweaters, Shirts, Blouses and all the other apparel necessities. FRESH MERCHANDISE - SENSIBLY PRICED with Friendly, Court sous Service Always COMPLETE STOCK OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES BAILEY'S STORE IN FENTON 40 Mile Bicycle Trek Keeps This Trio Fit Fenton — Tom "Yager, Marlyn Steinberger and Duane DeSart decided Friday, 'Augl 11, was a nice day for a long bicycle ride. Armed "lasses. with straw jug of hats, sun- water and lunch the three set ,out for Al gona at 7 a.m % The.20"mile jaunt took them three. hours. In the afternoon the boys yeiit" to mov-. '16 "Gorgo'Vat the Algona Theatei and were home by 7 p.m. that night not too n^uch the Worse for wear. Judy Elgler and Lael Peitii left, Sunday by car/for a two week sightseeing' trip to the East coast and New, York-City. and ; Mis.., Robert SECURITY W CONFIDENCE Your Bank Is Here To Serve Your bank is here to serve, This mean* not only the usual banking transactions — check" ing accounts, cashing checks, savings accounts - but some of the more personal matters, If you have problem* which may need the services of a bank, we invite you to talk it over with us. All depotitf ln»ur«d to $10,000 By Federal Depptit Imyrance Corp, First Tr ust & Savings Bank Fenton - Armttrong —.^- 0 » vv? .-w* Mr. fj and< ; Mrs.> Arnold Hansen. " '' -. " . .' Mr.'and Mrs. George'Murphy and family and Mr. and Mrs. fliarold Wehrspann and family were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Paul Eigler home. Mr. and- Mrs. Kenneth Halverson attended -the Kilbaugh and Knudslien family picnic in tht Fenton parfc Sundawf' Among those attending the Potratz reunion at Whittemore Sunday were Mr. and Mrs, Larry Gade and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Potratz and family, Alta, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz and family Estherville. ' Mrs. Clara Haase and Bernard have moved to Bozeman, Montana where Mrs. Haase plans to work and reside. Rev. and Mrs. Samih Ismir of Tomahawk, Wise., enjoyed a month of sightseeing and touring in the following states. Pennsylvania, Michigan, Washington D. C., New Jersey, New York and Canada. They also attended the wedding of Rev. Ismir's brother, Awad, at Norristown, Penn. Mrs. Ismir is the former Donna Berkland, and daughter of the Ernest Berklands. Jack Munch had surgery last Wednesday morning at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. He recovered nicely and is now at home. Mrs. Clarence Wegener had a coffee party Friday in honor of Mrs. Sheldon Merrill .and family of Louisberg, Missoiur. Those attending were Mrs. C. O. Bailey Mrs. Webber Yager, Mrs. Clarence Yager, Dave and Joe, Mrs. Marlin Wegener and family and Mrs. Charles Feye and family. Mr. and Mis. Fied Anderson and Connie Kerstein of Clinton Minn, visited several days with che John Gramenzs, Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Gramenz are sisters. Mr*. RoUnd Wat«on and children and Mrs. LeRoy Brqns, Titonka, were Tuesday afternoon callers in the 'John Gramenz home to help Mrs. Gramenz celebrate her birthday. Mf. and Mr*. Warmsn Bollinger returned home Saturday from .a weeis; vacation. They visited severe! days with the Don Bt-r- rymans at Columbus, 111. and then tourned through the Lake of the Ozarks and on the trip home stopped at the Rodeo at Sidney. .Their daughter Debbie was a guest'of hyr.grandparents the Arnold Hantehnans during their absence. Luflpbeonouests Friday j n ihe Clayton Ditsworth hoine were Sylvia Johnson, until recently oi Chicago, and her sister, Winnebago county nurse, Mrs. John City and the Ditsworths' house guests, Luella Newell of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schladweil- ;er and Mary, Harry Knutson ano Mrs. Alice Wiskerchen all bi Hastings, Minn, were Sunday and Monday guests in the Marion Stucki home. Sunday evening dinner guests in the Donald Hainzinger home were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff. Mr. and Mis. William Wiener and family attended the graduation of their daughter, Judy, from Hamilton Business Colege in Mason City at the Wesley Methodist church there Sunday Going with the Wieners were Mr. and Mrs. William Wienei Jr., Dale Wiener, Sacramento Cahf. and Karen Wiener, Cyl- Tder. Judy is now working as [stenographer at the ASC of- in Emmetsburg. ss. Bernice Eness, Gainer, a ittj Fenton first grade teach- .wa a weekend guest of Mrs'-., ,>eimers. Mrs. Reimers and jfa&s t \ Eness were Saturday eve- |ning ijlinner guests of the Raympnd Zwiefels. The Zwiefels son, Kenley, and Miss Eness will both be teaching at the Clear Lake public school this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kbenck and Timmy and Marvin Bollinger left for Waukegan, 111., Thursday morning to visit in the Floyd Bollinger home. They returned home Monday. Mys. L. C. Pitman and Kathy returned to their home in Des Moines Wednesday after spending several days visiting relatives.. , ,Waltet Bany and his nephew David-Cabel flew to the Algont Airport in their piper cub from Elgin, Minn. Sunday. They were picked up there by the Ed Bruhns and returned to Fentor wfiere they and Mr. and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman and Mr. ant! Mrs. Martin Hantelman wen. picnic dinner guests of the Bguhjns. Mr. and Mrs, Chester Norlanc.' of-.- Spencer were last Tuesday afjernoon Sailers and dinner guests of the S. E. Straleys, '^Sunday dinner guests of the Wjjiiam Hantelmans were Mr. and' Mrs. Reinhard Eggerling and family of Duluth, Kansas. Mrs, Silas Finnestad and daughter Marcella of Libertyville, 111. will be visiting relatives around Fenton for the next two weeks. SENECA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg, accompanied by their ,s'on, Robert and daughter, Lois, took their grandchildren, who have been visiting here for the past few weeks back to their home at La Porte, Indiana, last Friday. En- route to Indiana, they visiteo, with Mr. Wilbergs sister at Dubuque. They stopped at»DubUque on their way home and Mrs. Eisenschmidt accompanied them home for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollif are the parents of a nine pound son born Monday, August 14, dt the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. He will be named Thomas Kieth. Mrs. Clara Bollig is the paternal grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft en-* tertained at, dinner Suday evening. Guests were Mrs. Bertha Pommer of Algona-and Mr. and Mrs. Gerritt DeWalard of Wes'-y. Marilyn Johannesen, who has seen taking a summer course at Iowa .State University, is spending) a short vacation with'her parents, the Fred- Jqhannesens. Carol Han/iisch,'wh'6 has spent the summer as a counselor at a camp near Madrid, is now at home with her parents. She will continue her studies at Drake this fall. Senecans will be interested in. knowing that the Marinus Nel- THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 2021< FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL ^ DIRECTORY GERALD VQIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DIERE, NEW IDEA and OIHl WgiPMCNT |v«,phartf3 i M . 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