The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1961 · Page 18
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November 9, 1961 Fenton Woman Back From A 17-Day Tour Of Europe Fenton — Mrs. Ida Dreyer recently returned from a 17 day European trip, with a group of 89 on a Fairmont Sentinel tour Mrs. Dreyer's first comment was that the whole trip made her really appreciate America. The group stopped or visited in nine countries, Ireland, Scotland, Holland, Germany, Austria', Liechtenstein, Switzerland, France and England. Mrs. Dreyer liked Germany and Switzerland the best because the people were friendly, clean and considerate. While in Germany she had an opportunity to visit in a German home. She accompanied Miss Myrtle Hanna, a former Lone Rock resi> dent, to visit Miss Hanna's relatives in Heidleberg. The family lived in - a large old house which was heated with fireplaces. They had no trouble talking to the family as part of them could speak English an could many of the Germans. In fact she was quite impressed thai many of the German people knew two or three languages besides their native tongue. The ladies left the family in late af ternoon and took the train to Stuttgart to meet their group. A typical German meal would consist of a large piece of very fatty pork, a pork sausage twice the size of a wiener and a porK liver ball, a soup, potatoes, a hard crusted white bun and a stein of beer. No water or vegetable was served with the meal. Mrs. Dreyer said she .missed coffee most and very little was lerved, as it is $2.65 a pound in United States currency. Besides many palaces, cathedrals and museums the group visited all the famous places such as the Eiffel Tower in : France- and Westminster ' Abbey and Buckingham Palace in London but to Mrs. Dreyer, Hitler's Eagles Nest was the most inter- eight miles up in the Alps ana as can be imagined the view is breath taking. They were told that on a clear day one can see 300 miles. Of the souvenirs Mrs. Dreyer brought home, her favorite is the opal ring she bought in Paris. She says that actually the most exciting experience in tht whole trip was the jet trip as they "traveled 620 miles an hour at 3900 feet. esting place. The Eagles Nest, which is now a restaurant, is Elevator Will Close, Nov. 11 Fenlon — The Fenton Co-Op Elevator will be closed next Saturday, Nov. 11, All-Veterans Day, it has been announced. The elevator also has just been appointed Dr. Salsbury's Certified Hog Products dealer for the area. fir. Salsbury is one of the world's most respected names in the livestock and poultry health fields. Mr. and Mrs. LaDell. Olson and Jade, Minneapolis, visited over the weekend with Mrs. Helene Jentz and other area relatives. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Helene Jentz, were Mr. and Mrs. LaDell Olson and Jade, Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eimers and family. Dinner guests in the Dennis Long home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. George Long, Bettendorf, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wibben, Algona, Clarence Ackerson, Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ackerson and Darryl Long. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigi and James were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall. ( The Fenlon firemen held their annual dinner at the Plantation Ballroom, Sunday evening, Nov. i. Thirty-three firemen and wives attended. I CALL US , .. . . AND NEW LOVELINESS! • Permanenls • Hair Color • Hair Styling • Damaged Hair • Hair Trims Treatments Laels Beauty Shop Phone 99. Fenion, Iowa aaa3xxoi&^^ SWEET NO. 30-30 WILL HELP CATTLE TOP THE MARKET This soft pellet cattle feed contains 30% blackstrap molasses and 30% protein content. Add Vitamin A (stil» bestrol and aureomycin too, if you wish) and you have a feed that real^ works for you,,. really pays off in profits. The molasses stimulates bacteria in the paunch and increases the 411 important water intaJce, Another benefit too .,. you get big savings, because your Felco coopera« live passes the margin* back to you in lower costs. CONTACT,,. FENTON Co-Op Elevator FENTON. IOWA Anna Hantelman Rites, Tuesday Af Fenton Fenton — Mr. Daniel F. Han telman, 80, former Fenton resident, died early Saturday at the Good Samaritan rest home in Mason City. She was born February 3, 1875 near Ottosen, one of ten daughters and four son? of Herman and Katharine" Wehr- spann. The Wehrspanns moved to Palo Alto County in 1881. Anna Margareta Wehrspann married Daniel Hantelman Sept 25, 1901, in St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville. The Hantel- mans farmed four miles southwest of Fenton until 1919 when they moved to town. For the past ten years Mrs Hantelman has made her home with her children and had been in the rest home for two months. One son, Norman and a daughter Marie, preceded her in death as did Mr. Hantelman in 1937. Surviving daughters are Malinda of Clinton, Edna and Margaret (Mrs. William Hammerand) Dubuque, Lucinda (Mrs. Harry Dieter) of Sheffield, and Salina in Aviano, Italy. Surviving sons are Leland of Duluth, and Robert of Tyner, Sask., Canada. Two step .children also survive. They are Louis Hantelman of Plato, Sask. and Emma, Mrs. W. T. Botkin of Rouleau, Sask. There are also fifteen grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Other survivors include ; brother, Louis H. Wehrspann, 66, rural Whittemore, and four sisters, Mrs. Henry Meyer, 92, of Whittemore, Mrs. Herman Baas, 85, formerly of Whittemore but now a resident of the Good Samaritan home in Algona, Mrs. Ed Kressin 82, of Fenton anpl Mrs. Glenn Hicks 81, of Dubuque. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton. Burial was in the Fairville cemetery. Rev. W. H. Friedrich officiated. The pallbearers were four nephews, Louis Wehrspann, Harlan Wehrspann, Roland Ostwald and Orville Kressin, all rural Whittemore, and Arnold Hantelman and Eldon Hantelman, ""rural Fenton. The Thomas Funeral Chapel ' was in charge of local arrangements. Si. John's Aid Met The St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid met Wednesday, Nov. 1. The hostesses were Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Mrs. William Jentz and Mrs. Woodrow Kracht. Rev. W. H. Friedrich led the group in the study of the catechism. $5 was sent to each of these. Lutheran Hour, Cherokee Mental Health Institute and Woodward. Mrs. Walter Jentz reported on the: Lutheran Womans' Missionary League Rally which she recently attended in Algona. The new and re-elected officers elected were Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, president; Mrs. Martin Ohm, vice president; Mrs. Edward Mitchell, secretary; and Mrs. Victor Struecker, treasurer. The guests were Mrs. Willard Menz, Mrs. Harvey Hcnrick- .sun, Mrs. Bennie Berkland and Mrs. Art Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Boiling- er and Debbie were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Juhn Kressin, rural Lakota. Dinner at the Clayton Dits- worths Sunday was in observance of then- daughter Kathryn'.-: birthday. Guests were Mrs. Russell Brown and son Charles, Willmar, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Brown and sons David and Ronald and Roba Ditsworth, E:s- therville. Afternoon callers weie Mi 1 , and Mrs. Newton Hieter of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond SJoe- ber attended a meeting of bottle- gas dealers in Minneapolis Monday and Tuesday. At an award banquet held in the Leamington Hotel Mr. Stoeber was presented a 25 year dealer plaque for Stoeber Hardware. October 29!h dinner guests of Mrs. Ida Dreyer were Mr. ana Mrs. Roger Dreyer, Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dreyer and family, Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer' and family, Lone Rock. Mrs. Id.- Dreyer returned to Sioux City with the Roger Dreyers and vis- itfcd there until last Thursday. Kern Elrick and Judy, Jefferson, were recent dinner guests in the L. J. Weisbrod home. Elricks son, Brian, is attending Parsons College in Fail-field, for the second year. Mrs. Reuben Luedtke and Mrs. Ray Lfthof attended the TB Seal Luncheon at Van's caie in Al- jjona, Saturday. Mrs. Luedtke is chairman for Fenton township and Mrs. Uthot' for Fenton. Mrs. Henry Looi't, Mrs. Ray Uthof and Mrs. Martin Ohm assisted Wednesday with the mobile unit for Kossuth County with TB x-r u y.-: for food handlers and personnel of the Sentral and Fenton school. Mr. taid Mu. Nuiuiau BolUuj- To Farm Near Fenton ftbfthfd frttf W»1M Main* * PubfltMnt &, held pet. 31., Wart-eft Jones afcled, as mftstet of ceretrtonies. were Mrs. Ed Bruhn, Mrs. Ray mond Laabs and Mrs. Raymond ZWelfel. Each of the following winders were awarded a cash priie: Miscellaneous, Jacqueline Jones Lynnora Underwood, Va-laine Voigt, .Susan Lucdtke, Sandra' Mantelman; hobo, Bruce Gerhart; and Julie Krause; Old men, Kim Dreyer; old ladies, Jan Newel and Linda Chrlschilles; ghosts. John Shaw; gypsies, Delana Votteler, Emily Matthiesen and Linda Berkland. Witches, Evelyn Bierstedt and Cindy Cade; cowboy, Robert Douglas; animals, Roger Hansen and Barbara Berkgre'n; clowns, Robin Heine and Patty Mansa* ger; fairies, Rhonda Kern; pirates, Mark Voigt; and indians, He- leisa Krause. Lynnora Underwood and Mark Voigt were chosen queen and king and each .was given another cash prize. Sound cartoons were then' shown by William Hantelman who also ran the sound system loaned by the American Legion. Lunch was then served. Pictured above are Mr and.Mrs Joseph E. Culberlson, who were married Oct. 29 al Fairville. and whose wedding story appeared last week. The bride is the former Judy Lynn Voigt, daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Voigt, Fenton. The bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs Joe Culberlson of Lone Rock. The couple is at home on a farm near Fenton. (UDM Engraving — Kirkham Foto). ; ' er and Debbie were Nov. 1 supper guests in the Richard Stuck! iiome. • ' Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland and Joyce and Irene Beck visited at the State College of Iowa ;he weekend of Oct. 28-29. The Berklands visited their daughter Judy and Miss Beck visited with icr sister Doris. Fairville Lutheran Ladies Aid met Nov. 2 in the church parlors. Vtrs. Ed Priebe and Mrs. Hildreth D ettit were the hostesses. Rev. R. D. Eckelman led the devotions and topic. Election of officers was held with the following elected. New president Mrs. Ed uhn; re-elected as vice presi- denTTVTrs. Arnold Hantelman; reelected as secretary, Mrs. Harlan Eirriers; and a new treasurer, Mrs. Lucinda • Bierstedt. Mrs. Ernest Votteler and Mrs. Albert Langerman were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and family were church and dinner quests of Mr. and Mrs. Burdettc Thompson in Clarion, .Sunday Oct. 29. The Methodist WSCS me» Thursday, Nov. 2. Mrs. Jakt Schwartz led the devotions and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod presenter the program. Mrs. Raymond Stoeber, vice president 'presidec at the business meeting in the absence of Mrs. Lyle Newel president. The new china arrived in time for the Nov. 8 turkey supper. It was reported that tin Methodist Youth Fellowship collected £50.50 for UNICEF on Halloween Eve. Mrs. Earl Lufkin, Mrs. Dennis Henheksen and Mrs Verna Lovejoy were hostesses. panied by Gary DeBoom, Algona 4-H assistant leader. Many Halloween Prizes Go To Boys & Girls Fenton — The 13th annual Town and Country Womens club sponsored Halloween party was THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors! Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral. May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 2T001 21006 I 202 U 5 Win County Dairy Awards Five Kossuth • 4-H memboi.- won award trips to Des Moinc: Saturday for their outstanding dairy project work in 1961, according to Robert C. Johnson county extension associate. The boys visited the State Capitol, the Iowa Histpric.il Building, Iowa Breeders' Cooperative and attended a program on dairy herd management. Members receiving the award trip were — James Zaugg, Wesi Bend; Kenneth Rifhter, Burt, George and Mark Bierstedt, Whittemore and James Sunde, Fenton. The youths were accom- now leads the field with a for the BIG family Now you con throw In those big loads and be sure every piece will come out pleas- PLUS 8 Cycl.t for 8 fabric grouping* Conlinuoui-flow llnl flll.r Efficient sodiment removal Bl.ach ditp«m.r Fluid Drlv. 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