.+• v> st 1961 tci (Id.) Molrtet thursday, Fenton Class Of 1941 Has Reunion -10 Of 17 The re ,Fsnton — The 1941 graduating class of ,the Ffinton.High School held its 26,- year reunidn with their' families at tHe 'Ffinton Park on Sunday, The chairman of the picnic Mrs. L. A. McCowen, S&hta v Ana, Calif, reports there were 43 in attendance, Of the" seventeen graduates, ten were' 1 present, those being, Mrs. Elmer Randa' (Nina Bergeson), Cylinder; • Mrs. Charles, Walton (ivadell Bolte), Ames; - Ervin Borchardt, Fertton; Mrs. Robert Olsen (Edna Elmers), Minneapolis, 'Minn.; Mrs. L. A. McCdwen (Marion Finttestad), Sianta Ana, Calif.; Mrs. Don' Sh'aw,-, (Shirley Sha'w), Fenton; Richard Kabelitz, Cedar Rapids';' Mrs., Loren Miller (Gladys Krause); Fairmont; Marie Struecker, Mason City;, and Carroll Willrett, Algona. ..'.'.. ..'...•'. ' , An English and musifi teacher was ' also there, Mrs. Gerald Voigk ' ' ' The seven members not present were Virginia Berkland, Seattle; Robert dill, Rolfe; Mrs. Kenneth Brandt (Dora Glaus), Titonka; Mrs. Howard SchUlte (Uelores Kipfer)^ Windom, Minnesota; Howard Schulte, de* ceased; Mfs^ William Householder (Iris ZwiefeDi Feritbn. Letters were read from Virginia Berkland, Louie Weisbrod, janitor and English and rm> b.e teacher Mrs; Cecil iRoche,: Ne* maha, lowi (Miss'Ardis Branan), The class .will hold a: 25 year class: reunion in Fenton in 1900. . Bosvers Reunion The third annual Boevers reunion was held at the Fenton Community. Center,,on S,unday. 'inose ..atteriding : .were Mr.... and Ivirs. Ra'y' '• BrOWn, Galena, 111., Mr. and. Mrs. Richard Borchardt, Mrs. Carrie Voigt, Mrs.. Amanda Kern, Mrs. Art, Bettine, Forest tay, Mrs. Ruth" Nommwheiler and sons, Calif., Mrs. Anna Hoovers, Mrs. Olga Huskamp, Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp and Trudy, Mr. ahd Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Kern find family, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Def- wood Kern and family, Esther* Vllle, Jeff atid Jolene Grulke, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dodds and family, Goodhope. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and family, Charlotte Thompson, Clarion and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager and family. Jentx Reunion . A Jentz family reunion was held in the Fenton Park Sunday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. William Jentz and Bill, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bare, Coon Rapids, la., Mrs. George Jentz, Mrs, Gene Haven, Columbus; Ohio, Mr. and' Mrs, Fred Jentz, Mr. aftd Mrs. Don Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Jentz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jentz and family, Mrs. Eldon Hurlbuft and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz, Mr, and Mrs. Howard Anderson, John and Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Maynaro Jentz and family, the last three families' from Fairmont, Minn; Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Margo, returned home Friday after/a Weeks-visit; with the Herbert jWeiskes in 'Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Rusch arid Mrs. Weiske are sisters. While in Cedar Rapids they were dinner guests 01 the Bob Andersons, former Fenton residents. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and Nadine visited several days last week in the Harold Ger- orisin home in'St. Louis, Mo'. Mike Kassulke, son of the Irvin KaSsulkes, Trimont, Minn., visited last week with the Raymond Stoebers. SAVE •11.11 SAVE! EXACTLY ONE EVEN DOLLAR i OFF REGULAR PRICE ON f CHALLENGER HOUSE PAINT This Tough, Long-Wearing House Paint Is Made For Iowa's Changeable Weather. ALSO - V GALLON FREE PAINT THINNER WITH SUPERMIX HOUSE PAINT AND CHALLENGER BARN PAINT. STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON, IOWA . Mrs. Bierstedt Rites, Fenton, FenJoft — MrJ. August Bierstedt, 88; died of ft. Stroke, Sunday, August 27, at Holy Family hospital in EStheryllle where she had been hospitalised for almost three weeks. Elizabeth Betche Was born at Madttdn, 'Wisconsin, January 6,. 1616. On June 2tf, 1856 she married August Bierstedt at St. Luke's Lutheran church',' FAifWlle. Her husband preceded her in death m January, 1953; The Bierstedts fdrmed two miles northeast of Fenton and then farmed for 18 years four miles northeast of Fehtdn where Mrs. Bierstedt, was residing. i Seven children survive 1 : Mrs. Ferdinand Mueller,' (Clara), Mrs. Alfred Bell, (Luellha) Whittemore, 'Esther at home, Ferdln- 'and, Clarence, Emil and Gustave all of Fenton, fifteen grandchildren and thirty-three great grandchildren. Mrs, Bierstedt was a member of St. John's, Lutheran church in Fenton and, a chartei member of their .htdies aid. Family services Were held Wednesday at Thomas Funeral Chapel and the funeral service at St. J6hn's Lutheran church with Rev. W. H. Friedrifth officiating. Burial was in St. Luke's Cemetary at Fairville.' New Athletic Facilities For Sentral High Fenion — Sentral school area residents and students are watching the development of a new baseball and Softball diamond on the east, boundaries or the school property. They'will be ready for play in the next regular season. In the meantime, Jim Woltz, head football coach at Sentral, is looking forward to an improved season and has an eight-game schedule coming up. The schedule follows: Sept. 15 — Kanawha, there.' Sept. 16 — Lake Park, home. Sept. 29 — Titonka, there. Oct. 6 — Armstrong (Homecoming), home. • , " Oct. 13 — Swea City, there. Oct. 20 — Rake, there. Oct. 27' — Thompson, home. Nov. 3 — Burt, home. Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James Richard, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne attended the produc- A Unique Fenion — On a «cenl vacation io Colorado, Lea Wetsbrod spotted & selection of wind-ssartd plecCfe of limber oft ihe ilmbcrline lh; ihe HockiBs. *' . S- He picked up *eV*tal jiieci - es and brought thSm homft, Then he ptootteded ,lo make himfcelf a UnSp, One piflc* , of iirrtbsrlirtB Wood Was Sand blasted tor a base, another \ for, an upright, and a modern .lampshade was attached io ih» lop. , '- • ,4 ,. Now he has a new desk' lamp for ihe office, most unique in siyW» and one lhat carries with ii ihe iecollee« tion oi the Colorado Rockies. Mr, and Mrs. L. A.. Peterson, Ringsted arid Mr. ahd Mrs. Roy Peterseh entertained at the Roy Peterson home .a week ago Friday evening. The dinner . guests were' Mr. and 'Mrs. Robert Atney and family, London, England, Mr; ' and: Mrs. Lawrence Petersen and! family, Norfolk, Virginia, Mr. ^ and ; : Mrs. Cecil Christensen, Mr, and ^Mrs. Jot bakes, Ftearl Olflsnapp'and Mrs. Nels J. Nielsen. ,; Wendell Burd and sons DaVid and Danny, La Habra, Cal. ana Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Burd, Waseca, Minn, were weekend guests of the Marion Stuckis. Mrs. Stucki and Wendell Burd are bro'th- er and sister, .r • v Saturday evening Wendell Burd and boys, the Floyd Burds, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stucki and Dennis and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki, Julie and Jeff join-_ ed Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Furs 1 -" tenau, Fairmont, Minn, at Grom- srud Park is Fairmont for a picnic supper. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby weisfcrod and Karon were Saturday ftoprt dinner guests of the : Ralph Weis- brods. - ..'•;• ; -; Mrs. Blanche Huskamp and Mr. and Mrs. Halph 'Weisbrod were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Irvin Huskamp home in Swea City. . Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki and family were Sunday evte- ning dinner guests in the Marion Stucki home. ••<>-•• Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth' Sage and Connie, have visited two weeks with Mrs, Alex Radig. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Jordhein were last Wednesday overnight guests of Mrs. Alex Radig. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and boys were Saturday evening dinner 'guests in the Max Hiatt home at Emmetsburg. They all 'attended the dedication and water show at the new Emmets- , t •*sr. iTUcKI *»•' Nebr., MfrA son and far, LeRoy Bfu._ Mr, and Mrs", • Mrs. Jack Hii and MK 'a'nd~.Mrs>40rtwhi -, ' i, -'5, -,i il.lnnlr- ': ' Berkland Fami Rein ' *' * • r ~ i." Fenton -f A^Befkland *„..„.„ reunion W«s held" iri the Fehtdft' Park Sunday. Those attending were Mr. arid Mrs. Alvin OleSon and boys, San Bernadino, Calif., Bernard Sdlberg, Cylinder,-Martin Berkland, Ringstedi 'Clara Berkland, Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Berkland and boys, Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. David < Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berkland and boys, Mr,'and Mrs, Bennie Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Cody, Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Bertl Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kelvig arid family, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Berkland and boys, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Mitchell, Lone Rock, Kent Hob- oyer, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Peterson, Mr. and Mr& Arnold OlesOn_and family, Armstrong, Mr. 'and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mr, Mrs. Richard Underwood family. and and _______________ H mrideetdrhy at- the\Hply ( h6spltal. '.at; EStheWflle iV r Wolfing; g3R|p6rts' "-are he ;ls recuperating 'satisfac- ly. ;- '', rt;'' ^Vv ' v -' Mr. and Mrs. Dick Looft and Jeffrey of Minneapolis spent the weekend with* the' Henry*' Loofts. MV. 'and* Mrs. Everett witham attended the wedding' of Richard Hoots 'and.- Karen' Torkelson at the Lutheran church at Huni« boldt Saturday. They-were 1 also guests At the reception which, Was held at 'the church basement; The , Seneca Stars held their August meeting at the home 6i " guest, mrs, wuo«yir"u^B a,-Curtis Olseti win M ttts> thelf uncle 'tiitt week the With; S}' *f'.,< t ': File For Posts On School Board . Fenton Robert Hanna arid Lawrence Newbfough, both of Lone Rock, are candidates for re-election to the Sentral community school board, Roger Osborn, school board secretary reports. Hanna has been a Sentral board member for four years. Newbrough is a veteran school board member, having served 11 years' on the board of the Lone Rock school district, just before the organization of the Sentral district. He has been on the Sentral board for seven years. Election will be held 12 to V p.m. Sept 11-at the Sentral gym. Other members of the board are Verl Smith,' rural Bancroft, Eugene Huskamp, rural Ringsted, and Willard Menz, rural Fenton. Angus Cotton, Lone Rock, is treasurer. : ;. .,.-,- FELCO 16% ALL MASH GIVES 'CHICKENS A BALANCED BANQUET ]&'/( All Mash contains everything a hen wants and should have. It leaves nothing to chance or choice as cafeteria feeding does.. This way you know your hens • are getting just what they need, not just what they pick at. Whether poultry is your whole operqtion or just a part of it, you'll find Felco 16% All Mash productive and profitable, CONTACT.,. FENTON Co-Op Elevator FiNTON, IOWA HOMi OWN6D - HOME BOOSTERS ion of "Cinderella" at the Summer Theater at Okoboji last week Friday. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Nemitz visited last week with the Paul Kressin family in. Wahpeton, North Dakota. They also did fishing in northern Minn. Mr. Kressin is a nephew of Mrs. Nemitz. Mr. and- Mrs. O. A. Laage of Osakis, Minn., and Mrs. A. C. Laage of Broaten, Minn, visited last week Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage and with the H. N. Wilbergs in Ringgted. Among those attending the funeral of. Pa.ul Weisbrod from out of town were John Wcisbrod, Trenton, Mich., Mr, and Mrs Gordan Weisbrod and family Clark, South Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Newel and Mr. anc Mrs. Franklin Newel, Hartley Mrs. Ernest Weisbrod, For Dodge and Mr, and Mrs. Clar ence Weisbrod, Ringsled. Mr. and Mrs. K«rl Schwartz Rockwell City, visited last Wed nesday with Mr. and Mrs. Jak< Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schwartz and Bobbi Jeanne were last weekend, guests in the parental L A. Schwartz home. Mr. and Mrs. franklin Mueller and boys were last' Thursday evoning callers in the Max Hiati lome at Emmetsburg. Ronald Martin, former Sentral teacher and his mother, Newell, visited Friday afternoon in the John Gramenz home. Mr. and Ml*. George peril and family, Armstrong visited Thurs day evening in the Walter Pertl home. MM. R. C. Goetpch and Agnes Goetsch accompanied Mrs. Frank Behne a week , ago Saturday. Mrs. Goetsch visited with Rev and Mrs. J. T. Snyder in Storrn Lake. Miss Goetsch and burg swimming pool. Friday evening picnic guests at the Harry Hasses were guests of honor Mr. arid Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod and Karon, Phoenix, Ariz, and Mr. • and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and Nadinc, Mr. "and Mrs. Wliliam Hantelmari and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn and Mrs. Edith Hayenga". Eugene Radig, Omaha, Nebr. was a recent weekend guest of Mrs. Alex Radig. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berkland and boys, St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Franson and family, Lincoln, Nebr, and Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Kelvig and family were weekend guests in the parental Bert) Berkland home. Landa Franson stayed with her grandparents several days this week. their leaders, Mrs." Alfred sen on fueaday evening. Durihg the business meeting the* group planned a hay ride for Sept, 8. An invitation was to- be- sent 1 Id 1 trie Seneca boys 4-H club members to be guests. Demonstrations were given by Cheryl Jensen, Jolleen .Mueller, and Jill Jensen. Talks were given by Francene Stefanski and Audrey Berguhi. The September meeting will be the new member meeting and any one wishing to 'join the •club should contact the 'leaders, Mrs. Alfred Petersen, Mrs. Art .Bergum or 'Mrs. Robert Fortjiey. Blakjer Lutheran Church Women met .Thursday with Mrs. Ole Pedersen and Mrs. Henry Lboft as hostesses, i Mrs. 'August Kelson had charge of devotions arid Mrs. Otto Wilberg presented the Bible Study. The Cause of Pen- CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my friends and relatives for the cards, gifts, flowers and visits I teceive_d during my recent hospitalization. — Beverly Wehrspann.' (35) CARD OF THANKS I would like to express my thanks to all, those who sent rM Cards ahd flowers during my recent hospitalization. — Jack Munch. (35) Behne went on to Council Bluffs where Mrs. Behne visited wfth Mrs. Paul Benne and Miss Goetsch visited with Mrs. Hattit Weisbrod. They returned home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby W«isb|od and Karon, Phoenix, Ariz:, vis ited several day? last week with the Ed Reimers. Monday evening dinner guest in'the Franklin Mueller 'hoitu were Mr. aj\d Mrs. Art and Mr. and Mat*,- Lloy4 and. fpnjly. The occasion WfS in honor 'of FwJOt's Mrs. W. W. Jolley, Fenton, at. tended a state board meeting ot the D.A.R.. in Des. Moines last Monday, Judy Jolley a member of the. Martha Dow D.A.R. in Spencer. Judy ,is the state chairman of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Mrs. Jolley if, senior chairman of the same committee. Judy was out of town ind unable to attend the meet-' ng. Judy.Joiley returned home Saturday from Camp House in Minnesota, She also visited with rjends in Two Harbors and Du- uth. Mrs. James Meyer, Fentor* led .Cross chairman, reports the campaign is in full swing. lj the .solicitors haven't called on you they will soon and will appreciate a generous contribution. Mr. and MM. James Mtyer at- «nded the wedding of Lois Fielfl and Robert Pearson in Minner apolis on Saturday at the Lake Nokomis church. Mrs. Pearson and Mrs. Meyer were classmates at Waldorf College. While & Minneapolis the Meyers visite<j with Mr. and Mrs. Ismir Samij-i and called PA Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tressal 'and peter. Charles Kern an4 Lynn returned home Saturday after working this summer in Clarke, Nelson Reunion Held Aug. 13, Seneca Farm Seneca — The annual reunion of the Nelson family was held at the August Nelson home, the old family home, on Sunday, Aug. 13. All of the family were in attendance except the A. E. Nelsons of Tempo, Ariz., and their daughter and family, the Ray Albrects, Enjoying the get-together were Mr, and Mrs. Joe Neuman and family of Grove City, Minn.; Mr, and Mrs Fred Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Al Hewitt and children of Mason City; Mr. Ed Mool and children of Des Moines; Mr, and Mrs. Leo Lenninger and children of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thorson of Ringsted; Mr. arid Mrs. Kenneth Halverson 01 Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Brown; Mr. and Mrs, Henry Wilber? and sons; Jackie Geilenfeld; and the host family, the August m-lsons. Infant Baptised ; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollig had their infant son, Thomas •Keith, baptized at the St. Mary's Catholic church at Armstrong, S.unday, Sponsors were Howard Bollig and Nancy Bollig. Sunday afternoon visitors at. the Kenneth Uollig home included Mrs. Barbara Bollig of Auburn, Minn; Mrs. Clara Bollig of Bancroft, and Mr, and Mrs, Clarence Metzgar of Algona. Kathryn Johannesen, who spent .the summer with her par« erits' the Laurence Johannesens, returned to St. Paul Sunday where she will resume her teaching duties at the Roseville |chools. Marilyn - Johannesen, w}u> has spent the past week with her parents, the Fred Jo- hsinne$ens, returned to Iowa University, Sunday, lor "rushing THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funerai Directors Ambulance Service ~ Reliable 24 Hour Funeraj May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone* FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 202 U BIG capacity! NON-STOP picking!;] ^Thit amaiin|, big capacity mounted picker will fitVJ your tractor ^ quickly, eaully. And it pkk» lOO-plu*^] yields without plugging, without excewiva •heifing.l I Built to pick tow after row, acr« after acre — With*' t out delays. And it's easy to lubricate r» lets than 15 minute* a day —bec«u§e New Idea mftkfe* liberal use of sealed ball bearing*, great* filled gear boxea and banked lubt fitting*. 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