The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1961 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 7, 1961
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. W l.- ; . "•'Tftr^.itS" ire Destroys Shaw Barn Firttn On Labor * - • ' HaiverSons, Mr, neth ttalversdn,,' Miirfe- toftra attended 6 LeeV union Sunday lh GHnhelE' 1 Mrs. Lester Weisbrod reiUfH6c home last Week 'afte?'*s stay with He* mathelp thuf Williams in fJen Mrs. Williams had 'a'fl opebaMo'fi fdr cataradts and Mr& Welsbfltf stayed with her while she reoii perated. Mr. and MM fliehard Julie and Jeff Wei* Stfndfly din* ner guests of ihe Wilfred Jtoe- bets. \ Ronald and Bryan Moridhson left for Ames Sunday .wheite R6nald will" resume''studies- ana Bryan Will start , his freshman year at Iowa • Slate 1 -tfnltfefsity. This is Ronald's third, year electrical engineering whidh also Bryan's major. The you nibn are sons of "Mr." dind'-M j<ied MoH.enson.. "TKe Virgil Borchardl 'family *¥ meshing t& theft h •»'••''•• ^ .. ,_Jt toe'jvhile , the- ia&ny/.The toe re- eleven' itiches,' apd Mrs, on crttt- , ' . **.<.* ^^ i' i -v'-, 1 1 ^jii^AEA^lS^^J^g&i^M^^^lj^iLsiy^ | I have moved to the farm home of Mrs.'Otto Borchardt a'mileTsouth of Fenton. Mr., and Mrs. Clayton I Wolff and Wendy have moved in house vacated by the Boychardts north nf fnum. ' ' I * Siewerl PHON6 CY 4-3S3S - YOUR NEWSPAPER: "'.:• ,, rr::r:a^±ii2^:r^::r,±i^^ FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL at the .Curtis _ T _. land'Mfs; two sons arid i^^ w eluded, their .vfsit,« MTthls are'a and „,*. home tat Moscow,' Idahov |hesday. . > ' • _ Marie Streucker ,of Mason '„* v visited 6ver the weekend at the [ home of her sister Mrs. Laur ence Johannesen and also attend ed the reunion Of her high schoo graduating class at Fenton BM .day. ' , Fenton — Fire completely de sttroyed ithe barn on Ithe Don Shaw farm, 2 miles north and 1 % miles east of Fenton at about 1:45 p.m. Labor Day. The Feniton, Lone Rock ' arid Ringsted five departments were called. • ' • '' • • Mrs Emil Frank Who Jives in one of the .two houses on the farm .was looking out her kitchen window, which faces, ithe barn. Suddenly there was'an'explosion which blew ithe barn door open. . Tho barn is a favorite spot of the Shaw boys, Ricky and John, and when the fire broke out Mrs Shaw had a few anxious mo ments because she- couldnlt find the boys. The boys were Vfe mile away at the Jack Gerhart hpme Dlaying with the Gehrart's three boys however. Shaw, who was in ithe field at the time, the fire started .'Hurried , . home on the tractor and wenlt other sights in New York, wenl to Niagara Falls and on ; inito Oan ada and in Michigan visited'Mac kinaw.Island. On the way home tney sitopped in. Austin,, Minnesota to visit Mis? Eiglers uncle Air and Mrs Evirald Kohlaes. The girls took the turnpike's whenever theyjcould. Honor <Beceni Bride A miscellaneous shower honoring- Mrs Thpmas Stavros, nee Janet Behne, 1 was held' in the Tenton' Methodist church parlors Friday evening. The program was a piano duet by Kaitheryn and Miary Efflen.Ditsworth^'a reading .by Mrs Richard Stucki, a piano solo by Ardkh-Walker, a-song by Jackie -Jones f Mary Ellen Dite- wonth, Margb Rusch, Teresa Voigl' and-Suzanna ..Newel .accompanied , . by > Mrs Clayton Ditsworth land into the" barn to" rescue a penned l^'?^" 11 ^ ofTtw ° ro ,'i9 ldse ,l ed ^ iteer Mrs Warren Jones. Mrs Stanley The fire of undettermined on- Lf 6 ^ 3 ^'.w^. ^ charge of the gin. destroyed the, hay andfsiraw raffl&SnlSS?^ Vensm Reisner crdtos and some oatsVand l '»«t>rn ls?" f ^ vas ^^> d • *$$> Richard This is the first 'crop for •«, the Stuc $ ?f'sted Mrs Stavros in "" w - - ' opening * her 1 gifts.. Lunch was then" served^ by the hostesses. Mr andi Mrs Stavros were married in Rochester, ,M,ionesota July 29. Stavros is a senior at the University of .Minnesota and Mrs Sta- Shaws who just started farming for 'themselves this year. The barn, built in 1914, was partially covered by inurance but the crops were not. Due to the quick action of the firemen .the nearby buildings were saved. Plan Bridal Shower A miscellaneous shower will be held in honor of Mr and Mrs Eddie Maahs (the former Marlys Berkland) on Saturday evening September 9th at 8 o'clock in the parish house of St. John's Lutheran church at Depew. Complete Eastern Trip Judy Eiglcr and Lael Pettit returned Friday from a ten day vacation in the East. They stopped in Chicago, took a bus tour in Philadelphia, saw Coney Island, Chinatown and toured the United Nations building vros ,wm complete ner nurses training. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Scribner Sr. recently returned from a vacation in the southwest. They also visited with Scribner's ' brother Mr and Mrs H. A. Scribner in Columbia, Missouri. Mr and Mrs Emesl Vottler, Mr and Mrs E. Vottler and family and Mr and Mrs Delond Vottler and family were Sunday dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Vottler in Laurens. Mr and Mrs Claude Shaw of Des Moines visited a few days with thP Don Shaws. Ricky Shaw, son of Ihe Donald Shaws, had his regular checkup at the University Hospital in THIS PAINTING PROBLEM! ,- .. NO;. .-COLOR MIXING PROBLEMS S "HOMOGENIZED PAINTS ***** You cbopfe frojn more t .„ 900 Gilt Edge Chermony Colors lo get ex»ct)y the color you want — and to make •election easy. y ou choose Jrom colors, grouped In . families. Tell us what you w*»t — w»'U have U re«dy In a jl«y I $6,29 Gal. FENTON LUMBER CO, Iowa .City Jast week. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Scribne Sr.'visited last,weekend with M and Mrs Tom Scribner and fam ily in Waconia,' Minnesota. Mr and Mrs-Paul Eigler and Mr tad Mrs Ewald Kohlwes Austin 'spent the Labor Day weekend in Minneapolis. They went to a Minnesota Twins baseball game and saw Cinerama. Mr and Mrs Burnett Heine, Ro- iniand Larry visited with Goldie Bement in Osage Sunday. Mr and Mrs William Hanlel- man took their daughter Susan 3ack r to Abbott School of Nurs- ng :iin Minneapolis after several weeks vacation at home. The -larttelmans ailso visited with the W. B. Schmidtkes in Morristown, Minnesota. The Schmidtkes are Mrs.Hanteim.ans parents. - Mrs Duane Widdel, Mrs Lavon Steinbefger > and Mrs Delores Schulte, Windom, Mfcn. took .Gary-Widdel to the Airdine Tec- hlnal School he will be alttendjng in-->JSsuisas City;. .,--, - -T*. .Lasl Tuesday evening dinner .guests in ithe Fred Jenltz home were Mr and Mrs Don Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Jim JentE and family, Mrs George Jentz, Mr and Mrs Gene Haven, Columbus, Ohio and Mrs Eldon Hul'burt .and family, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mrs Dale Douglas and Mrs Julia Engholm, Ringsted visited last Wednesday evening with Mrs Mary C. Hansen. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson were, last. Sunday callers in ithe Elmer Lee home in Estherville. Mr and Mrs Raymond Lister were weekend guests of the George Shermans in Oskaloosa. The Listers returned home late Monday afternoon. Lister and Mrs Sherman are sister and brother. Mrs Marion Stucki visited Thursday and Friday with her parents Mr and Mrs Floyd Burd in Waseca, Minnesota. She also visited with Mrs Earl Stucki and Mrs James McCadden in Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFali were weekend guests of their daughter and son-in-law the Herbert Weiskes in Cedar Rapids. Kent Weiske returned home with them after spending dast v/eek visiting with the McFalls and the Wendell Ruschs. Mrs. E. L. Vaux, Davenport visited one day last week with her parents the L. J. Weisbrods. Mrs, Vaux also visited with her sister' Mrs. Kern Elrick in Jefferson. Last Tuesday Mr. and Mjrs. Dave Newell and family, Mason City, Altred Meyers, Whittemore and Mrs. Anna Boevers had a birthday celebration for Louie Weisbrod in the Weisbrod home. Barbara Halverson, Minneapolis visited over the weekend with her parents the Kenneth I north of town. Mr. and Mrs, Karl and 'Carmen, Minneapolis were weekend guests of the Wilfred Stoebers. The Seniral High School band will be selling magazine subscriptions for two ' weeks. The money will be put into' the band fund and band director 'Warren Jones says there are many prospective uses for it. The band is divided into two teams with Joanne Dreyer and Don Yager as team captains Laabs and Jerome business managers. ,Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sloe ber and Mr. and'Mrs. Irvin Kas Sesieca 4-H Club Wins Nine Blue Ribbons, Fair Seneca — The Seneca Progres- ve Farmers 4-H club members made a good showing .at the «?SW*a «I jssjysasJSJWi ;. James Jensen, blue ribbons, has made a lot of trips as an off J.ames Bergum, red ribbon, • Bri- ficial "garbage man' in the past ,an Johnson, blue, Donald Han- 11 years. He makes one regular " J "-"• trip a week to the city dump that is located about four miles west of Dallas Center. That's 572 trips in 11. years and 2,188 miles, not counting extra jaunts he makes frequently each week. TRIP Hobart Gary who has been'a and Jackie Zwiefel as , . . red, Vernon Wilberg, •white, .Jack Geilenfeld, blue, Rodney Jensen, blue, Mike Larson, red, Kenneth Beaver, blue, Lowell Mueller, red, Richard Xynch,^ blue, Tom Lynch, blue, Don-Lynch, red, Tom Streucker, white. The club received a red rib- .bon on the booth' which they had in the floral hall and James ,Jensen received fourth place in the tractor rodeo. Tuesday evening guests at the Curtis Olsen home included Mr; :and Mrs. Bert Nurley, 'Aurora, WANT ADS H£SUL.tfa / IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company , JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA . and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bui. Phone 3 Res, Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. 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