The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 18
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. * -? ) "'' October 26, 4~Alflong (la.) Upftff D<x Molfiet Thursday, Oetobftf 36, 1961 Herman Luedtke, 66, Rites Held Tuesday At Fenton ion — Herman Edward '— '"?' " 1 "'—'— Sentral .•*>•<!•.. fly Th« Cd., AlSftrra, few* MRS. JANICE 5TUGKI ! ; , New* Friday Fenton — Luedtke, 66, of leriton, died Saturday noon of a rheart attack. He Was with a htmting party at Swan Lake northwest of Ring- Sted when he collapsed and died He had been ill with a heart condition for a long time and had been recently released from Holy Family hospital, Estherville. H6 was born July 25, 1895 on a farm 3& miles southeast of Fen- toft. He attended school at Lotts Creek and Ormsby church school and went to high school at Fenton'. . He was married to Helena Zumach in 1917. They farmed at his birthplace until they retired t'c **6hton in 1948. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Marvin Ackerson ant' Mrs.,Ronald Chrischilles, both of Fenton; three sons, Donald, Parkers Prairie Minn., and Marvin arid Ervin, both of Fenton; also a sister, Mrs. Carl Priebe, Fenton; and three brothers, 'Arthur, Fenton, Ernest and Oscar, rural Lone Rock, and 12 grandchild- fen. His parents and a brother, Ben; preceded him in death. Funeral services were Tuesday, family service at 1:30 p.m. at Thomas funeral chapel, Fenton, and pub-? lie services at 2 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton. ReV. W. H. Friedrich officiated arid burial • was in St. John's cernetery Fenton. pallbearers were Reuben Luedtke, Rupert Luedtke, Edwin Luedtke, Harold Luedtke, Arthur Priebe and Ray Priebe. The Marlys Circle of ihe Methodist church met Thursday af- ternoon at the home of Mrs. La von Steinberger with Mrs. Wilfred Laibs. do-hostess. Nififeen members answered roll call. Mrsi Wendell RuSch led the devotions and Mrs. Jack Gerhart presented the program. Mrs. Wilfred Laabs gave a book report. Plans were made for tile annual turkey sup per November 8. ; ' Hev. H. A, Walke*. .Wilfrtd Stoeber, Raymond Stoeber, Eugene Huskamp, Dale • Weisbrod Gerald Voigt and Jake SchWartr attended the Spencer Distric* Methodist Laymen's dinner anc meeting at Spencer Oct. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kigin, Mankato, visited last week Tuesday and Wednesday • in the Floyd Duncan home. Duncan arid Kigin were high 'school classmates ir Sharksville, Indiana.. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halver son, Mr. and. Mrs. Bertie Berke land, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and -Mr. and Mrs; Curtis Olsen joined a group from Ringsted in having a housewarming party for Mr. and Mrs, Otto Wilberg in RIngsted. The . Wilbergs recently moved into their new home: • < Larry Loss, son of Mr. ana Mrs. Dean Loss, Algona- visited last week with his grandparents Mr. and • Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer. Larry has a new baby sister Marcia Ann born October 15. Mrs. Amanda Kern/ Mrs. Clarence Yager,-Mrs. Lloyd Kern and Mrs. Ervih Gremmels atteh'deo a shower for Betty Detrick in Algona Sunday, Oct: 15. Miss Detrick is marrying Frank Kern a grandson of Mrs. Amanda Kern and nephew to Mrs.. Yager and FELCO STEAK MAKER SETS THE STANDARD The highest gains at the lowest possible cost to you .. • that's what makes Felco Steak Maker the standard of the Industry. This superb beef supplement, either with or without stilbestrol, offers Superior Felco Quality throughout — 41% protein, minerals, urea, high Vitamin A content — everything you need to fatten out fine beef animals. It is formulated to be fed 1 pound per head per day. CONTACT... FENTON Co-Op Elevator FENTON, IOWA HOME OWNED - HOME BOOSTERS , Oci 31; FentonKids A*lh eom's up for hearing before the should not be accepted. Fenlon — Here are the candidates for Homecoming King and Queen of Sentral high 'school. The honors will be announced, at the annual Homecoming game on October 27 at Sentral. The football foe will be Thompsdn'. .. • . > * v ' • t The* back row, left to right, includes Terry Juhl, John:,Ruger and Wayne Preston. , ,, . ••*'„'• ; In the front row are Bonnie Jentz, Barbara Wehrspan and Colleen Smith. \ ' ' Attendants to the King and Queen wjll he' juniors Gail Hantelman and Lynn Bierstedt, sophomores Judy Geitzenauer and Dennis Stucki, and freshmen Roxanna Voigt and Alan Dacken. After the game with Thompson there will be a semi-formal dance in the Sentral gym, with the alumni and public invited to attend. The King and Queen'will be named at the pep rally before the game and will reign throughout the evening. (UDM foto—Engraving). Mrs. Lloyd Kern. • , William Voigl entered the Emmetsburg hospital Thursday morning for observation. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard, Hantelman and Paul, Mr. . and Mrs. Burnett Heine and , family, Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Douglas ana family and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and family were Friday, Oct. 13 guests in the Merle Voigt home in honor of Vance's 4th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Delond Bolte and family were Oct. 12 visitors in the' Merle Voigt home. Miss Gertrude Becker, former rural Fenton resident, now of Flandeau, S. D., visited in Fenton last week with Mrs. Amanda Kern, Mrs. George Siems, Mrs. Carrie Voigt, Mrs. Clara Fischer and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler. • Mr. and Mrs. S. E.Straley visited Sunday, Oct. 15 with Mr. and Mrsi Gerald Brace in Hayfield, Minn. Brace is Mrs. Straley's brothe_r. Mr. and'Mrs. Marvin Stone. Schuyler,' Nebraska are the parents of a baby girl, Karen Lou, born Oct. 11. Stone is a former Fenton teacher. Miss Lois Vik, Minneapolis, was an Oct. 15 weekend guest of Mr, and Mrs. Richard Underwood. Miss Vik and Mrs. Underwood are former roommates. Mrs. Blanche Huskamp recently flew to Chicago to visit two daughters and their families Mrs. Vernon Perfect and Mrs. Jack Seglin. Later she will fly to Arcadia, Calif, where she will visit another daughter Mrs. Wesley Witter. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Burd, formerly of Waseca, Minn., have moved their trailer house next lo the Marion Stucki residence The Burds are Mrs. Stuckis part-Mils. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland are the parents of a baby gin born Oct. 23 at Holy Family hospital in Eatherville. Sunday evening dinner guest; in the Wilfred Stoeber home were Mr. arid Mrs. Arthur Anderson of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki and family. Tht occasion was in honor of Stoeber's birthdav. Depew Evening Circle had guest night Oct. 18. Mrs. Margaret Pratt, Palo Alto County Extension Home economist, spoke on Management in the Home. Mrs. Obed Naig led the devotions and Mrs. Arnold Naig presented the lesson. Hbstesses were Mrs. James' Cody,' Mrs. Gaylord .Naig,! Mrs. • Richard Naig- and Mrs,."'-.Robert Naig. v '..;•' j i Wilfred SJoeber and Raymond •Stoeber attended the Our Own •Hardware Managers and Owners clinic ,at Emmetsburg Oct. 18. Susan Hanlelman . visited over the weekend with her parents. Mr. and ,Mrs. William Hantelman.' Mr. and Mrs. Dave Newell and family, B^sp.n City, Mrs.' Anna Boevers^aiid Alfred Meyers. Whittemore,were Sunday evening dinner guests; of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Margo were Sunday guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Finnestad in Butterfleld, Minn. Sunday dinner guests at the Carl Priebe home were ^ Mr. ana Mrs. Ray Priebe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Priebe and family, and Mr. arid Mrs. Arl Priebe and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Priebe and family, Lone Rock. Sunday callers at the Ari Dreyers were Mr. and Mrs. Huge Gilner and sons and Mrs. Ewers all of Mason City. They also called on Mrs. Ernest Rossiesen. Dinner guests at the Dreyers were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kitner and family, Forest City wlu also visited with the Delbert Geitzenauers in the afternoon. Mrs. Kitne'r is the Dreyers daughter. N Mr. and Mrs. Gene Deyoung and son Jeff, Marion, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lister. Mr. and Mrs, Frank McFall went to a Kelvinator Show in Sioux City Sunday. They were evening dinner guests of the company at the Normandy Restaurant. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harman. New Ulm, Minn, visited Mrs Jessie Newel Sunday. Harman is Mrs. Newel's' brother. Miss Beth Newel, Wayzata Minn., visited over the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Newel. "Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gilbert and Sharon and Bill " Scribiier, ;Deir Moines were Oct. 16 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Scribner. 'Richard Peterson, who ~is attending Grand View college in Des Moines, visited Over the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterseri. Sunday evening dinner' guests at the Roy Petersens were Mr and Mrs. Gerald Gochnpur an<? boys, Spencer. ; '"'^Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Meyer and family, Rodman visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ohm. Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. Albert Mitchell were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mandley, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mr and Mrs. Richard Underwood and family, Mrs.- Gerald Voigt and James. The. occasion was in honor of the! birthdays of Albert, Edward, Mrs. Edward Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Under wood and James Voigt. Bridal Shower For Judy Voigt, Oct. 29 Bride • jiFenton --' Judy Voigt was honored at a bridal shower, Monday evening, Oct. 23 at Fairvijk Lutheran ' church. Mrs. Lyle Newel was mistress of ceremonies. Colleen Frink gave a reading written by Mrs. Ed Priebe. Mary and Rebecca Hantelman sang "11 Might As Well Be Spring" ana Ljltle Armey Rooney or Little Judy Voigt, Mrs. > Lloyd Berkland and Mrs. Ervin Borchardt gave a skit, Mary Hantelman played a German recorder accompanied by Mrs. Ed Bruhn, and Mrs. Elmer Grinert read a prayer. 'Mrs. Joyce Robbins and Roxanna Voigt helped their sister open her gifts and Mrs. Joelh Miller registered the gifts. Lunch was then served by the hostesses Miss Voigt and Joe Culbertson. Lone Rock will be marrk.'d Sunday, Oct. 29 at the Fairville Lutheran church, at 3:00 p.m. BIRTHDAY Joseph Ira, a well-known Protivin farmer and insurance agem recently celebrated his 100th birthday. He was {he father of 10 children, and he takes much interest in his family including his 20 grandchildren, 40 great-grandchildren and 11 great great- grandchildren. S E C'U R I T Y ow CONFIDENCE Your Bank Is Here To Serve Your bank is here to serve. This means not only the usual banking transactions — checking accounts, cashing checks, savings accounts — but. some of the more personal matters. If you have problems which may need the services of a bank, we invite you to talk it over with us. All deposits Insured »o $10,009 By Federpl Deposit Insurance Corp. V^^P i^^p^^W p^^^ Ww ^l^^pP ™BW ^^^BP^^WPr iKBP ^HJ^^II|li Savings Bonk FENTON OFFICi FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA end GEHl EQUIPMENT Bu». phone 3 Re». Phono 60 HANT6LMAN &UIIDING SERVICE For Building . Remodeling PHONi 125 or 17 Dr, E, W, Ruske DINTIST Offlw Phono 79 Fentpn, Iowa Ihe Fenton REPORTER If Th* Only Publication Prini- ed That Tafces An Interest In UOYDM. BERKLAND ir svvi • j^yy*MI — the October meeting of the Town and Country womens -Club met' in, the homt of Mrs. fiarlan Elmers with Mrs" Eugene Huskamp co-hostess, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson gave a book report "Light In The Jungle" by Leo B. Halliwell. The. thirty years mission of Leo and Jessie Halliwell along the Arhd- zon. ' Final preparations are in progress for -the annual children sllallqween Party. There will be 'no, parade this year. 'All children of the area are invited to meet at the Community Center on Tuesday, Oct. 31. Judging will begin at 7:30 p.m. with Gerald" Voigt as mast'er of ceremonies. Prizes will be awarded in each 1 group and a King and Queen will be chosen from the individual 'group .winners. There will be" cartoons and treats for all children 'in costume. Legal Notices , HEAHINO,OP FINAL REPORT OF., ENGINEER OF COMPLETED CONTRACT OF DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. .'l!i3; •- - .. v • . .-'.. 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