The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1961 · Page 12
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October 12, (la.) UfJpor Das Molnai Thursday, October 12, 1C. Theesfield Held Wed. : ; " Fenton — Charles Theesfield, 76, pied at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 8, fit,Holy Family hospital in Esther- Ville of complications following surgery Friday, after entering the hospital Wednesday. .%He was'ibprh June 2f, 1885 in Gllman, Ill.t.and\m&rried Elizabeth tiebengood dt Buckley, 111. January 3, 1908. The Theesfields came to Iowa in 1914 and fdrmed'near Fenton, Ringsted an3 Armstrong and retired to Fenton 17 years ago. ' ,' He is survived by 'his wife and four children, Clarence, Fairmont, Lester, Armstrong, Viola, Mrs Carl Clausen, Trimont, Minn, and Edna, Mrs Lloyd Sunde, Fenton. A son Lawrence died in 1930 at the age of 8. He is also survived by four brothers and ; three sisters, John, Fenton, Henry, Baldwin, Wise., tJlrich and George, 111., Mrs Henry Tieman, Fenton, Mrs > Harm Ferdinand, Reynolds, Indiana, and Mrs Ben Daro Thorville, 111, 13 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. ' Theesfield was a member of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, and served as a deacon for a number of years.'He.also^seryed a number of years on the. Fenton town council. Family services were held Wednesday at 1:30 in Thomas Funeral Chapel with church services at 2 t5.nVat St. John's Lutheran church A Fenton with Rev. W. H. Friedrich officaHngt Burial v?as',at St, John's cemetery. Pallbearers were five'lfejJhews, Leslie Tieman, John Tie«tan',F Earl .-Theesfield, Ray Homan. Mrs Haiti* \Welsbrod, ' Council Bluffs, accbmpanied Mrs- Sanford Sweet, -Pdntiac.-'Mich. to Fenton where they visited 'in the Lester Weisbrod home over the weekend. They attended the funeral of Frank Weisbrqjl in Cylinder Saturday. Mrs SWBetJs ,tKe f ormef Nina Weis- bi-od ,and #> Sister 1 of 'Lester Weisbrod. Mfs 'Hatt'ie Weisbrod is, their mother. ,, -\ , '' Judy Eigler, Cedar Falls, visited Sunday in her parental >P>ul Eigler " home. Lbren Krause, who lives in Des Moines arid is a clerk-typist .in the Federal court- house there, visited over the weekend \vith his parents, Mr and Mrs Edwis Krause. Friday night visitors in the Albert Mitchell home Were Mr and Mrs Clarence Olsen, Whittier, Cal. Thursday afternoon quilting party guests at the home of the Bertel Berkelands were Mr and Mrs Ole Peterson, Mr and Mrs Clarence Olsen, Whittier, Calif., Mrs Ole Clauson, Ringsted, Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mrs Duella Cody, Mrs Curtis Olsen, Mrs Gerald Cody and Mrs Albert Mitchell. ' = Mr and Mrs Raymond Lister: returned home Saturday from a three COLD WEATHER CLOTHING MARKED DOWN JACKET. A warm, washable o AA dark brown. Reg. *10.95 300/0 WOOL AND NYLON STRETCH SOCKS. H.avy duly far winter work and ploy outdoors RED PLAID CORDUROY CAPS. InftrUnad and equipped with ear Japs. STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON, IOWA WE INVITE YOU TO LET US TALK OVER LOAN REQUIREMENTS WITH YOU. LOANS ARRANGED TO SUIT YQUR NEEDS AND BUDGET. BUY THE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES YOU NEED. WE WA^IT TO MAKE LOANS TO GOOD, SOLID, RELIABLE PtOPLE WHO HAVE ADEQUATE COLLATERAL AND HAVE DONE AND WILL DO A, GOOD JOB. THAT IS OUR BUSINESS! FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK FENTON OFFICE TERMS TAILORED TO YOU! .„-,-> •. week vacation. They visited With relatives and friends irt Dubuque, Chicago, Oskaloosa and Peoria, 111. They visited several days with Mrs Lister's brother and father in Seymour, Iowa and last week with Mr and Mrs Fredrick Marsh and family in New Province. -Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske will visit "this weekend with Mr and Mrs Ward-Ruske -and Renee in Lagrarige Highlands, 111. a suburb of Chicago. ' " / Mr and Mrs Gilbert Scribnar vis* ited Sunday, with Mr and MfS Tom Scribner" ,'afd family in Waconla, Minnesota.'" »« •* • *, , , Mr and Mrs Max HlaU and family, EmmeMftflj wefce Sunday'Sup- per guests of Mt'ana'MMFranXJin Mueller. Mr artd Mfs Mueller fend family were Sunday dinner guestl m -Me.and Mrs Art Muellers. Mr arid Mrs Richard MfcCttty and boys, Hartley," and Mr&i Mi's Clfer- ies • Mew^l. wertf, Sunday dinrtl* guests 8 ' oi Mr 'and JMrs 'ltf\6 Newel The occasion was 'ih'horior of Mrs Charles Newel's birthday. Last evening supper gutats of Mr and Mrs Jim Meyer were Mr and mrs Max Flaig, Bruce and Jeff of .Seattle, Wash, and Mr and Mrs Fred Meyer and Juahita, Algona. .Guests of Mr and Mrf Kenneth. Bellinger and Carol to help the Bol- lihgers celebrate their 28th wedding anniversary were Mr and Mrs Wayne Bellinger, Mr, and Mrs Norman Bellinger, Mr and Mrs Rudolph Hannvoer, Mr & Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer, Mr and Mrs Wilmer Wichtendahl, Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl, Mr and Mrs Ed George, Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyers and Mrs Sophia WichteridahL St. John's Lutheran-Ladies Aid met Oct. 4 at the church. Rev. W. H. Friedrich lefl the devotions and presented the topic. Mrs Kate Schroder, Algona, Mrs Carl Zumach, Bertha Kressin, Mrs Jerry Jentz, Mrs Mervin Jentz and Colleen and Mrs Paul Eigler were guests. Hostesses J were -Mrs William Hante- Iman, Mrs Walter Jentz' and Mrs Gebrge Jentz. Si. John's Lutheran Walther League will be hosts to the Fall Algona Zone Rally Sunday afternoon. A five o'clock banquet will be served by the Walther League Mothers and the Ladies Aid. Eight members of the Methodist Xouth Fellowship and Rev. H. A. Walker .attended a fall rally at Ruthven : Sunday. The Fenton Methodist Youth Fellowship had devotions. Don Yager was organist, Judy Jolley read scripture and Trudy Huskamp presented an account of the life of St. Francis of Assist Dr. Powell of the Lakeside Presbyterian Church in Storm Eake presented the sernibn. '"* Among those from Fenlon attending the funeral of Frank Weisbrod in Cylinder Saturday ,were Mr and Mrs Harry Haase, Mr and Mrs Charles Newel, Mrs Lyle Newel, Mrs Jessie Newel, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber, Mr and Mrs Clarence Osborn, Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs Lester Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs Chas. Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs E. C. Weisbrod, Mrs Elmer Weisbrod, Mrs Amanda Kern, Mr and Mrs Ray Zwiefel, Mr and Mrs Clarence Menz and Mr and Mrs Paul Voigt. Also Mr and Mrs Roy Newel, Hartley, and Mr and Mrs Arnold Kueckcr, Minneapolis. The Fairville Lutheran Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon with Mrs Walter Pert! and Mrs Arnold Nielson as hostesses. Mrs Carl Nielson, Lone Rock, was a guest. Rev. Robert Ecklman led devotions and Mrs Robert Euklman presented the topic. The Methodist Womans Society of Christan service met Thursday afternoon in the churih parlors. Mrs Hans Baago led devotions and Mrs Frank McFall presented the lesson. Mrs H. A. Walker, promition secretary, give a report. The society voted to purchase a set of China for the kitchen. The October birthday guests present were Mrs Retta Eigler, Mrs Esther Frank, Mrs Joe Madden, Mrs Charles Newel, Mrs Jessie Newel, Mrs Arlo Ranney, Mrs Don Shaw, Mrs Art Voigt and Mrs Ralph Weiibrod. Those not present were Mrs Dairyl Householder, Mrs Paul Hudson and Miss Amanda Schutt. The hostesses were Mrs Willfred Laabs, Mrs Art Kabrick and Mrs Roy Klein. Mr and Mrs Arlo Ranney wept on a three day sightseeing trip in Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota October 6, 7 and 8. Joe Pettit Is Wed To Decorah Girl Saturday Fenton —- Judy Anna Siy- monds, daughter of Mr and Mrs W. T. Siymonds, Decoreh, and Joe Ernest Pettit, son of Mr and Mrs Hildreth Pettit, rural Whittemore, were united in marriage Saturday afternoon in a double ring ceremony at the First Lutheran church in Decorah. The attendants were Gladyi Moe, Mildred Tjome, Lael Pettit, William Pettit, John Jershild ana Ronnie Pettit. The ushers were William Kollasch, Duane Betts, Mike Tjome and Nelson Tjome. The reception for 150 guests was hold in the Winneshiek Hotel in Decornh. After a short wedding trip, the coupe will be at home in Decorah where Pettit is attending Luther College and his bride will work Pettit gruduated from Whittemore high school in 1958 ana Mis PeUit graduated from Deuur- 'an"hfgh schooHn^oW aha twit' two years of nurses training In Swedish Hospital in Minneapolis, Those from Fentoh attending the wedding were Mr and Mrs Ed Priebe, Mrs Clara Fischer. Mrs Frieda SiemS and Judy fiig*- ler. Mr and Mrs Maynard Nemiii attended a gun show at the ,Arttv ory in Storm Lake Sunday. 4 'Gerald VeijtfaiSd Lloyd Batff. land attended a real estate 'deal, era of Kossuth county meetiftg Monday '>itemdon and evening at the Herb$t Cottage ! in>0kob$i, Mrs Arhold Hartsen -be^Wf Working in\tne 'First ^Trust ancl aaylrfes Bank in Fenton Oct. 2. Mrs pansen replaces' Mrs Stfth-' ley 'Befkland.' .' ", .' Mr arid Mrs Ernest Vbtteler returned home Wednesday after a trip west where 'they visited friends and relatives in California, Oregon and Washihgt6n.' Mr and Mrs 8. E. Straley and arid Mr and Mrs H. W. Hartman attended the 6th District Sufal Letter Carries and Auxiliary kt Carroll. A joint Carrier'and aitx- iliary meeting was held' aftei Which" a 6:30 dinner was served. Ferilon — Frank Weisbrod, 74,' died at 11 p.m. in Palo Alto Memorial hospital, Emmetsburg, Thursday. He had been hospital- zed for three';.weeks,;but in ill lealth for about six years ywhen ic retired to Cylinder. ,;' V Mr Weisbrod was : a former Tenton businessman and resident. ie was associated with his broth-' :r Henry in the farm implement business and later had Ford gar- iges in Fenton, Hartley, Emmets- jurg and Ringsted. . In 1941 he and his family moved to a farm near Cylinder. ' Frand Edward Weisbrod, a. World. War I veteran, was born Frank Weisbrod Funeral Held Publ!, Publlihlnfl Gil., Ala***, I WjRS. JANIC6^TUCK4 , - • ' '' ' . "6he mile south of Pteton March 27, 1887, the youngest child ol Peter and Margaret BoHihgef Weisbrod. He attended school in Fenton and married Emma Voigt there Aug. 31, 1920. Mr WeJsbrod is survived by his wife, two sons, Wallace, and R6bert, Cylinder^ and five grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parqntd, 'three sisters and \vf& brothers, Futteral services were at 2 p.m.: Saturday in the Cylinder Metho* dist church with burial in the Fenton Methodist cemetery. Rev. Robert Williams of floated -and .Ellsworth-Belter Furteral HbmM ih Emmetsburg was in ehafge'.of arrangements. ( f Six nephews, Were pallbearers, Wilfred Stoeber, Maurice Weis- 'brod, Paul Voigt,, Eugene Voigt, Carl Voigt and William Voigt, '3r. , ' Mr and Mrs Ernest Frleden are parents of an" 6 Ib. 11 oz. baby boy born Oct. 3 at ' Palo ,Alto Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg. . Judy Siymonds of Decorah .was honored at a bridal shower at the Plantation Ballroom Mondey evening, October 2.' Miss',' piymonds and Joe Pettit son of Mr and'Mrs' Hildreth Pettit, Whittemore, were married in Decorah Saturday. They will live there*as Petlit is attending Luther College. • Maynard Lee Kressin, Jr., son of Cpl. E-4 and Mrs Maynard Lee Kressin was baptized Sept. 28 in Immanual Lutheran church in .Lotts Creek. Rev. Arnold Vehling officated. Sponsors were Mrs Kenneth Johnson. and James Kressin. Supper in honor of the occasion was held in the Jack Gerhart home. Guests were Mr and Mrs Art Kressin and Michael, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and family, Mr and Mrs James Kressin and Cpl. and Mrs Maynard Kressin, Martha and •Maynard. The new arrival was born Sept. 14 in Camp Pendelton 'hospital, California, weighing 10 •Ibs. and 2 oz. A week later his •father, who is stationed .there with the Marines, received orders to be transferred to -Okinawa. 'Cpl. Kressin brought his family "to stay with his parents, Mr and Mrs Art Kressin, during his years duty on the island. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL ;^r .DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT I INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN •Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN .DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 "'.... .1 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building > Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, -Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fenton! LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa Visiting in ihe Algona Fenton neighborhoods the past, two weeks was Mrs Emil Bfatffli enburg of Colorado Springs, Cojo,' Mrs Brandenburg, the formef Irene .Jentz, was born three miles north of Fenton. Her parents 1 Were Mr and- Mrs Henry Jenti who lived on the farm now ow'H* ed and occupied by the Victor StrUecker family. Janet Walker, freshman music student, at Morningside College, Sioux City 1 , has been named, chapel organist at the Methodist school. Miss Walker is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs -Harvey A, Walker of Fenton. 'Shirley • Schmidt, Hollywood, California Was a house guest on Mr and Mrs Larry Alt last week. Mrd Minnie Dreyef, Shirley Schmidt, and Art Krause were dinner guests Wednesday of Mr and Mrs Richard' Hengel, Amboy, Minn. Miss Schmidt is Mrs DrejN er's granddaughter and Mrs Hcn-> gel is her daughter. . ! Edith Laage, Des Moines, visited over the weekend with Mr •and Mrs Jake Schwartz. Mr • and Mrs Wilfred Sioeber and Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoe- 'ber visited Sunday with Mr and Mrs Lawrence Behm and other relatives, Mason City.- . ? , -. Mr and Mrs William Hantal- iman, Glen "and Becky were recent dinner guests of -Mr and Mrs Alvin Thomsen in Estheryillei ' -. • " '. 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