The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1961 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1961
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November- 16, (Itt.) Upper DC* Molim Thursday, November 16, 1961 Bierstedt - Fothergill Vows, Nov. 12,AtFenton Fenion — Clarence Junior Bierstedt, son of Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt, .Fenton, and June Fothergill, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Art. Johrts$H| of Swea City, were United m' marriage Sunday evening, Nov. 1^ at 7:00 p.m. at St. John's (Lutheran church in Fehtort. RejL,.W. H Friedrich officated at ttre* double ring ceremony. MrlT Kenneth Johnson' of Fairmont Was the matron of honor and Larry Bierstedt,-brother of the'groom, served as best . man. Mrs. Helena Jentz was the organist. The bride Wore a beige dress and hat with brown accessories and an orchid corsage. The matron of honor wore a gre"en dress and hat With brown accessories and a yellow orchid corsage. A receptipn was held at yan's cafe in''Algona for twenty-three' guests. Bierstedt graduated < from Fenton high school and served in the armed service in Germany for two years. Mrs. Bierstedt graduated from Swea City High school. After a week wedding trip the couple will be at home;in Estherville. •• •' • ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Lee and family, Estherville were Sunday afternoon visitors in' the • Fred Fessler home, The Lee famiij visited Sunday night with Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson a.< did'' Mr. and Mrs.. Stanley Jensen and -girls, Ringsted. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred-Fessler attended the funeral of Mr. Fessler's brother, John Fessler, in Sommer's, Thursday. Tuesday they attended the funeral of Mrs. Fessler'S brother, Rowe McDermott, at Rinard. Monday evening supper gues's at the John Waites were Mr. and Mrs. Merl'ti Hantelman, Dubuque, Mr. and Mrs. 'Fred Langerman, Mr. and Mrs., Lawrence Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hantelman and family,' all . of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Klocko and family, Fairmont Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and family, Mr. and .Mrs,' Eldon Hantelman and family, Mr. ana Mrs. Norman Bellinger and Debbie' and Olaf Nprland sand A^den. Merlin Hantelman is" a cousin of Mrs. Waite.- ; '• " <• Mr. and 'Mrs*. 'Gilbert Scribne? visited Sunday, With ; Mr. .and Mrs. Thomas Scrlbner'aVd' jfgm- ily in Waconia, Mirirt. Mr.' and Mrs. Ladell Olson and Jade, Minneapolis visited jflvef the Weekend with Mr,s; -.Helena Jentz and other j area 'relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Margo were-Sunday evening supper guests of Mr." and Mrs! Frank McFall.. Mr. and Mrs. Richard. Snyde- and boys, Austin, Minn, visited over, the weekend with Mr. and ( Mrs. Duane Widdel. Mrs. S/ty.der' and Mrs. Widdel are sisters'. ••" ' Marion Siucki and Wayne ,A1' derson returned Sunday from a five day fishing trip on the -Rainy River, near Baudette, Minn,' They reported the fishing i fair. ''.',, Mrs. Fred Eckhari who' was FELCO 16% ALL MASH GIVES CHICKENS A BALANCED BANQUET 16% All Mash contains everything a hen wants and should have. It leaves nothing to chance or choice as cafetoria feeding does. This way you know your hens are getting just what they need, not just what they pick at. V/hether poultry is your whole operation or just a part of it, you'll find Felco 16% All Mash productive and profitable. CONTACT . . . FENTON Co-Op Elevator FENTON, IOWA HOME OWNED - HOME BOOSTERS recently released from the Holy Faftiily hospital In EStHefVille after surgery will be spending several Weeks with her parents Mr. and Mrs, Roelf Miller. Tommy Eckhart is also staying with the Millers. Sunday afternoon visitors in Roelf Miller hdme were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ricklefs and, family of Tltfartfta .arid Mr., -.and ;Mrs, Paul Wihter and family of Buffalo Center, | Jerry Wuiie/ Stanley Si«ero and Sheldon fliveri, all students at Kansas State University, Man* hattah, Kansas visited in the. John Waite home over the weekend. The'Jerry Waite's daughter, Tammy accompanied the men and . Is, staying with her grandparents the John Waites until the Thanksgiving holidays. . Mr, arid Mrs. D. R. Hantelman returned home to Tyner, Sask., CSmadiir.Sunday after visiting -lel- *a'tives ' in-Fenton for abodt a week. , Thursday , .evening supper guests ofi the Arnold .Hainzingers ^ere Mr', 'and Mrs. D. R. Hantelman, Tyner^Sask., Canada, 1 Mr. an'd' Mrs. Walter Haack and fam ily, Titbnka,, Mr. arid Mrs. BJn Speef ' and family," Wallingford, Mr. and' Mrs. Harry Alt and Karen, Algona,' Mr. and Mrs Ronnie • Ditsworth,- Algona, IVrrs. Anna Haack and Mr. and Mrs. Donald • Hainzinger and family. ! Judy Eigler a student at the Sitate College of Iowa, Cedar Falls,- visited over the weekend with her parents the Paul Ei- glers. ; i .(. , •- : • : Mr. 'and Mrs. Paul Eigler were Sunday evening dinner guests-at the Arlin Kohlwes home; in Hufnbbldt. The Kohlweses recently moved into, their new home in Humboldt. The 'Fenion Progressors 4-H Club held their October meeting in Dennis Laabs home with fifteen members present. The record, books were distributed aftei being 'checked at the county extension office. A number of blue ratings 'were received. Plans for coming meeting were made. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs.. CARD OF THANKS We , wish to express our sincere 'thanks to friends and relatives of the Fenton community for, the' many expressions of, sympathy and acts of kindness extended during our -recent bereavement in the passing of our mother.' —: The family of Mrs Margaret Hantelman. (46)i PGFABMERS can raise Gross Profit 30% We've just received some folders showing how a pair of Indiana fanners changed their hog raising methods and raised about Va more hogs from the same gilts. A professor from Iowa State explains how to fatten hogs using far less feed than before. With this folder you can insert your own figures and prove to yourself that you can increase your income 30% without increasing your annual investment. FREE WHILE THEY LAST. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FiNTON, IOWA Election Held By St. John's Aid, Fentcn JOHNSON GAS TANK HEATERS ON HAND MORE KELVINATOR APPLIANCES RECEIVED • AUTOMATIC DRYERS t AUTOMATIC WASHERS 9 UPRIGHT OR CHEST-TYPE FREEZER • RANGES t STOVES Qyality with -Economy - See These Beautiful N|W APPLIANCES And Find Qyt What Sensible Pricing Is - SERVICE TOO I McFall Plumbing & Heating Fehton — The St. Jdhrt's.LuW erah 'Ladies Aid met Wednesday*/ Nov. 1st. Hostesses' were 'MfSi' Lloyd Kern, Mrs. Williahl Jehtjs- and Mrs. Woodrow Kracht. fle\£ Friedrich led-the' groUp .in th'4 study. Five dollars w,as .''sini Itjj each of the following"! ILutherW Hour, Cherokee Mental Health Institute, and -Woodward. Mf82- Walter Jentz reported , orl],,thfe Lutheran Woman's .Missioridry League Rally which she recently attended irt Algona. • ft Election of officers, was^jheio. with the, following' el&cted: Mrs, Ervin Borchardt, president;" Mrs. Martin Ohm, vice president; Mr's. Edward Mitchell, secretary;-and Mrs. Victor Struecker, treasurer. Guests were Mrs. Willard Menz, Mrs. Harvey Hendricksen, Mrs Bennie Berkland and Mrs. 'Art Mueller. •; ' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell" and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell attended the installation aer^ vice of Rev. Eddie Silruin, Novt' 5 at a Lutheran church in Stor- den, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell who also attended the installation service visited last w?ek with the Silrums. Mrs. Sil- rum is the Mitchell's . daughter! Marie. Former Fenton Man Succumbs In California Fenton.— Walter Edward Warner, 56, a-former Fenton resident- died of a heart attack Thursday- morning in Lakewood, Calif. 1 Warner was born in Senect! township August 21, 1905, the son of Sam and Mary Warner; He attended school in .Fenton; ^n 1930 he married Doris Manley of Des Moines in Adel, Iowa. He is survived by his parents, his wife, a daughter Sally, (Mrs James Harris) Artesia, Calif., two jrandchildren, a sister Mrs. Marin. Ohm (Lola) Fenton and a brother Melvin, Chicago. Mrs^ Ohm ,went to Chicago Friday; and she and Melvin Warner flew ;o the West Coast for the funera, neld Monday. FENTON Many From Out Of Town Attend Fenton Rites Fenton — Those from out of town attending the funeral of Mrs. Dan Hantelman were Edna Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. William Hammerand (Margaret) and daughter Grace, Mr. and Mrs Paul Hammerand, Mr. and Mrs. Art Hammerand and Mrs. Glenn Hicks all of Dubuque, Rev. and Mrs. Harry Dieter, (Lucinda), Sheffield, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hantelman, Duluth, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Hantelman, Tyner, Sask., Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Haider (Joann Hantelman) St. Paul, Minn., Rev. and Mrs. Conrad Geutzlas and Alan, (Elaine Dieter) Akron and Mrs. Elizabeth Baas, Good Samaritan Home, Algona. Pre-Nuptial Shower One hundred and twenty five attended a shower for June Fothergill, now Mrs. Clarence Bier- stt-dt, Monday evening, Nov. 6th at St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton. Mrs. Orville Kressin was mistress of ceremonies. The program was as follows: Lee and Kim Dreyer and Kevin Johnson, sang, Mrs. James Meyer gave y reading, two piano duets by I3ov erly Berkland, and Jolenc Mueller, Mrs. Joe Kemna, Bancroft gave a humerous reading, "Husbands Arc So Insignificant", two accordion solos by Joleen Mueller, "Bless This House" sung by Vickie Eimers, Mary Lou Larsei, and Cheryl Berkland. Mrs. Kenneth Johnson of Fairmont, and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer assisted Mrs 1 Bierstedt in opening her gifts Kay Dreyer put the ribbons in the ribbon pillow. Friendly Neighbors The Friendly Neighbor club met November 9 at the home of Mrs. Art Zumach with Lizzie Meyer assisting hostess. Mrs. Ben Hansen is a new club member Election of officers was held and the new officers are; president, Mrs. Hueben Luedtke, vice president, Mrs. Waldmer Laage secretary and treasurer, Mrs. El me! Krause and historian, Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger. Mrs. E 1 in e r Krause and historian, Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger. Mrs. E 1 in e j Krause gave a reading on fall out shelters. Bessie Hartman hud the November birthday. Mrs, E. L. Vaux, Davenport visited several duys last week with her parents Mr. and Mrs L. J. Weisbrod. The Depew Circle met Thuw day at the home of Mrs. William DcWall. Mrs. Duclla Cody led the devotions and Mrs. Milford Mitchell presented the io. Paul Zuuiadi \vjo a Christmas boxes were packed for Anna Marie Mitcneli and/ftev. ! 6nd Mrs. Gerhard ^brland'.and family who are t hiisslortaries in Japan. Election of officers, was held with Mrs, Erhest B§Htiand the new presideh! Tlffiflfit;' William DeWail se"cre?ai/'aMa..'fi*etts- 1,-m. ' ' . ' '-' • >U'3 Urer. Four 4-H > "4 Seneca Church Lone Hock — Lone Rock, Fenton, and Seneca boys 'and 'girls 4-H clubs held their -award night Nov. 8 at the Seneca Luiheran church. Mrs. Henry Lboft, 4-H leader, received an award for 25 years of service. ' John T. Ruger cif the Fenton Progressors received the trip to Chicago award. John has been active in 4-H work for the past seven years. The a ward'was given by the Coop .Elevators of Kossuth county. Top Record Book Awards,were received by Jo Ann McCleish, Sr., Patricia Binzeri, intermediate, and Kathy Binzen, jr., of the Lone Rock Lively Rockets. Membership awards went to Lavonne Thompson, JoAnn McCleish and Dawn Schultz for, six years of "\ club work. Top record book awards went to Jackie Laabs, sr., Betty Wolter, intermediate, and Judy Welter and Sandra Seegebarth, jrs., of the Fenton Forwards. Membership Awards went to Joan Wichtendahl, five years, Karen Seegebarth and Jeanette Wichtendahl, six years, Judy Berkland and Jackie Laabs, five years. The blue longtime record book award was received by Jackie Laabs and Joyce- Berkland. The Seneca Stars received a certificate and seal. The top record book awards went to Joleen Mueller, sr., Candace Vaudt, intermediate, and Audrey Bergum.- jr. Membership seal award went to Alyce Petersen for 7 years of club work. The Fenton Progressors Boys 4-H club received the seal for the club. James Jensen received the outstanding record book award. James also received the trophy for. .outstanding crop .member of lOOt. The junior receiving plaques for outstanding work were Rodney Jensen, Kenneth Beaver and Brian Johnson. James Bergum and Donald Hannisch received awards for a grade of 95 for three years in succession. Awards were given to Brian Johnson in the junior forestry field, Rodney Jensen in beef field, Donald Hannisch, garden field, James Jensen, agriculture, field crops and tractor fields, and James Bergum in the garden field. The club also received 1st place in the crop show in Algona for 10 ears of corn and also had the largest ear of corn in the show. Club Met/ings Friendly Neighbors Club met in the Art Zumach home with 18 members present. Mrs. Leslie Baxter was a guest and Lizzie Meyer was co-hostess. Mrs. El- Christmas party to fee held In peesmtoer in thr-Mrs, Ed Meyer heme withsMWj 't«te< LtifefltKe aaslsting^filecfidft -of- dfflcerS' Was •held with Mrs/KueBen Luedtke, as president* Mrs. ' 'Waiter La&ge, vice pr esiaent;, ? -Mrt => -A 1 frt eT Kratise, seei|etary>treas.; atidMr's. Kenneth Bolliftgef, historian, .-Jbliey: Neighbors Club met Nov. 8 in the 'Walter Thompson home; They played *games and planned theii* - Christmas party. to be held Dec. 13 in the Ralph Thompson home. Fenton Homemakers Club will meet Friday, Nov. 17, in the home of Mrs. Willis Cotton with Mrs. ( Milton Madison as co-hoS- tess. Idle Hour Club met recently in-the home of Anna Mae TiggeS with 13 .members present. It was a backward party with the lunch being served first, followed by entertainment and then the business meeting. Circle' Meetings' v 'Circles of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church will meet Nov. 16 in the -following homes; Lucille, Marjorie Person and Neva Shaser, lesson, Lucille Blanchard; Theltna, Neva Thompson and Edythe Cotton, lesson by Maxine Jensen; Patsy, in the Emma Hinz home with Lou Houck presenting the lesson. •' : Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Hughes and family of Sac City were weekend gOests in the 'Andrew Thompson home. Janice Zumach of Albert Citj spent the weekend'in the parental Art Zumach home. , Mrs. Roger Radig and Infani son Ronald returned home after, spending a week in the parenta' Earl Bowman home, Algona. Mrs. W. E. Houck of Ceaar Falls is spending a week in the home of her son, Mr, and Mri) Donald Houck, Lone Rock. " Florence Yager is spending the weekend in the home Of her nephew and family, the Walter Yagers of Omaha, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jensen have returned to their home in Lone Rock after spending the summer at their home at Hackensack, Minn. A. D. Newbrough returned home Saturday after spending a week in Lutheran hospital, Forl Dodge, .for observation and treatment. Mrs. Everett Hanna attended c meeting . oti, commission of ft)is- sic/n'S' Tuesday in the Methodis, church at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf and Sandy visited in the Junior Hurlburt home Wednesday. Mrs. Laage Is Auxiliary Host Fenton — The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met Nov. 10 at the home of Mrs. W. W. Laage with seven members and one guest. Mrs. Jake Schwartz, present. $2.50 was sent to the USVA hospital in Iowa City. Cookies will be spnt to the Iowa Soldiers Home. The auxiliary doesn't exchange Christmas gifts but each member brings fifty cents which is sent to the Annie Wittenmeyer Home at Davenport. The December meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Merle Voigt. * Unl FHUr t (idiin«nl * FIvW Ptivt . f Utacb Pii;«nitr Pan«l light * Aluminum High-Atli«n STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON, IOWA SENECA NEWS Mr, and Mrl, Fred and DiebfaieJoofc'Mflritjm. ( to Am£s" oh "Friday and" then toak Carol on to Denver? Colov,V(rhe¥e she is employed.: Both llrls.'were home for the- funeral-, servibes of their uncle, LavCrence Johannesen. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ldoff apcf Tommy of Rochester, Minn. spent the weekend with the Henry Loofts. Sunday, .guests included Mrs. Bertha Pommer 7* AlgoM arid Mr. and Mrs. CtVi . ritt DeWaard of Titonka. Lloyd Wilb6rg, Mr. an'd Mrs. Don Wilberg 'and Dick Looft of Minneapolis and Lois Wilberg, e student at St. Olaf 'College, -visited with their respective parents on Wednesday morning and in the afternoon attended the • funeral of their ' uncle, Lawrence Johannesen. , , J. H. Jensen was admitted to the Holy Family hospital at Estherville last Wednesday morn- ning for medical] ; treatment- Among the visitors JWhq 'came to see him Sunday ;.Wertf his j sisters, and husbands, j .-the>- . Rudolph Haakenstads (Mihn|e), "Gafretsdrt. South Dakota, arid Mi 1 '. J and 'Mrs. (Helen) Griffith,.,. Des 'Molnes.-;,. Mr. and Mrs; Curtis .Olseri 'Accompanied the*if ; -daitghfer- arid family, the Howard Prestons^to the . Immanuel Lutheran • church services at Swea' City", , SUnday and thefl'^ferl Mfifif .l the PreslSft- hiSfrtl*. ** Mr. • and, 4 Mrs. Curtis spent Moftday* evenittl'fti" t»' Everett, 'fcllfrltsih' hdftfr ,in", Tef- ril. Mrs/' OMen' afieempahted 'her daughter B to 4 < Mother-Da ; ughtsr Banquet held -at- the Luthefan church' atefrl Mdt THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Erhbalmers and ' Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service FUneral May Be Referred To Us , With Confidence / Phonei F6NYON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 s ' 2021C ' rOUR OlLJN HARDWARE foul R«v«r» SUGAR AND CREAMEK 5Et whtn you buy * G.E. PEEK-A-BREW ELECTRIC PERK Niwl Indtccilor ihowi woltr Itvil — br«w Milder Mil. tfrtnath." 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