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JANUARY 23, 1962 6-"Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, January 23, 1962 jtru—-•'-- ' .-- ' .-.'.i-'- 1 :----j , - '- j -- - - - - ....-.-.--.-_-_-,-.--.-, - • r . ,' , . . . —.. Stricken On Bus, Tells Of Death, Ex-Pastor's Wife sented the lesson. The up comin Mother - Daughter Banquet wa discussed. The Virginia Circle of the Meth odist church met January 15 at th home of Mrs Frank McFall wit Mrs Bessie .Hartman assisting hos tess. Mrs Lester Weisbrod led th worship and Mrs Clarence Arbo gast presented the lesson. Tw Fenton — Rev. N. E. Kabelitz, I Norbert Kabelitz of Coon Rapids, * £ M Hersne l Hartman anc - -' lu ~ "•*-" J "" 'Minn., and thirteen grandchildren. g, M Wendell Rusch and flfteen Son of the late Rev. and Mrs. Richard W. Kabelitz, wrote a letter to members of St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton shortly after the death of his mother. The letter dated Jan. 12, 1962, may be of interest to many in the area . as Rev. R. W. Kabelitz served in Fenton for fifteen years. "To friends of tM Kabelitz 'tpm- ily, many of you have a'skefl for rtiore. information regarding the sudden death of 6tir mother. Mother had had .lunch with Lois, our sister, downtown Inglewood, arid, „„ had taken little Pamela, Lois' ?f 2:3 ° p - m daughter, age 4, along. Taking the' Mrs> bus back to her apartment it Rites Monday, Fenton, Sarah Weisbrod, 78 members were present. The Marlys Circle of the Meth I odist church met January 18 a the home of Mrs Lyle Newel anc Mrs Floyd Duncan was assisting hostess. Worship was led by Mrs Wendell Rusch and Mrs Don Shaw (presented the lesson. Seventeen members and two guests were pre- I sent, Mrs Charles Newel and Mrs I Esther Frank. Dr and Mrs E. W. Ruskc attend- Fenton - Sarah Marie Luedke M the Iowa Lakes Dental Study Weisbrod, 78, Fenton, died Jan. 19 Club meetl "g at Ea 8 le Grove ' Sat ' of a heart attack, was born May Her h to Fenton. Mrs. Weisbrod suffered a heart attack as she was shoveling snow in an effort to free her automobile from drifts in her driveway. She is survived by two sons and ary. An ambulance was called but | she was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital. She wouldl have been 66 years old on her next birthday. "Death apparently came quickly, Friday afternoon, Jan. 5th just three days before the 6th anniversary of father's death, one daughter, Ralph, Fenton; Services were arranged in Ingle- old (Bob), Marion, 111.; and Mrs. wood and the body was air lifted Milford (June) Elbert, \yhitte- to Chicago and was taken to Ce- more, five grandchildren and three dar Rapids by train from Chicago, sisters and two brothers. Her par- The services were held at Trinity ents . one sister and one brother Lutheran church in. Cedar Rapids I preceded her in death, with Pastor E. W. Koberg officiating. She was a member of Fenton You may be interested to know that the family intends to send the riiemorial gifts for the planned Memorial Seminary, Chapel at Springfield, Concordia 111., from which father graduated in 1913. The following obituary was prepared and read at Trinity church. Mrs. Maria E. Schneider Kabelitz was born on April 26, 1896, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, the only daughter 'and child of Gottlieb and Caroline Schneider. After a residence of 20 years in Cedar Rapids, at the .age of 20 she was given in holy matrimony at Triniy Lutheran church to Pastor Richard W. Kabelitz of Conroy, la. of near Cedar Rapids. To this union was given .teu children; five sons and five "daughters, of whom one son, Herbert, preceded her in death at the age of 2^4 years in 1931. For forty years she served in parsonages throughout Iowa. From 1916 to 1923 at Conroy, la.; from 1924 to 1929 at Delaware, la.; from 1929 to 1944 at Fenton, la.; from 1944 to 1949 at Victor, la. and from 1949 to 1956 at Vincent, la. near Ft. Dodge where her husband died on January 8th, the first Sunday after Epiphany, 1956. For the past 6 years she made her home in Inglewood, California, where she died suddenly and unexpectedly from a heart attack on Friday afternoon, January 5, 1962, at the age of 65. Surviving and mourning her sudden passing are five daughters, Mrs. Myron Hanneman (Hildegard), Mrs. Norbert Bangert (Tusnelda), Mrs. Harold Wrede (Ruth). Mrs. William Richards (Salome) and Mrs. Lois Haase (Lois), all of Los Angeles area. Also four sons, Richard of Cedar Rapids, Robert of Los Angeles, Theodore, of Chicago and the Rev. Methodist church, the Golden Age of WSCS, charter member of Fenton Women's club, treasurer for Home Missionary Society for many years, Dorcus Sewing club and sang in the choir for 40 years. Services were held Monday at 2 p.m. in the Methodist church with Rev. H. A. Walker officiating. Burial was in the Fenton Methodist cemetery and Thomas Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Town, Country Club Women * ~» =( of ' i- • I ' ' ' Elect Fenfon Fenton — The Town and Country Women's Club met at the home of Mrs Ervin Borchardt with Mrs Dale Weisbrod assisting hostess. Seventeen members answered roll call by telling of a current event of Latin America. Mrs Warren Jones gave a book report entitled, "House In Mexico" by Carlton Beales. Election of officers was held; Mrs Clarence Yager was re-elected president, Mrs Harlan Eimers, vice president, Mrs Derwood Voigt, recording secretary, Mrs Dale Voigt and Mrs Herbert Krause were both re-elected to their posts of corresponding secretary and historian respectively and Mrs John Waite, treasurer. Circle Meetings The Maxlnc Circle of the Methodist church met January 10 at the home of Mrs Raymond Stoeber with Mrs Dale Voigt assisting hostess. Mrs Dale Weisbrod led the worship and Mrs Esther Frank pre- urday. Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler, Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske and Otto Jensen recent supper guests of Rev. and Mrs F. C. Preul. Mr and Mrs Charles Newel visited last weekend with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Richard McCarty at Hartley. Mr and Mrs Richard Theesfield and family and Mr and Mrs Clarence Theesfield, Fairmont were Sunday, January 14 dinner guests of Mrs Charles Theesfield. Mr and Mrs Eugene Marlow and Rodney, Burt and Mr and Mrs Garryl Householder, and Vickie Jo, Lone Rock were Thursday evening super guests of Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki, in honor of Jeff Stucki's first birthddy. ' Mr and Mrs Darrel Dreyer entertained four tables at 500 Thursday evening. The occasion was a surprise birthday party for Mrs Kenneth Johnson. Mrs Gene Wegener had ladies high, Mrs Kenneth Johnson, ladies low, Derwood Viogt men's high and Kenneth Johnson men's low score. Mr and Mrs Roger Dreyer, Sioux City, were last weekend guests of Mrs E. H. Dreyer. Sunday'January 14 Mrs E. H. Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Roger Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Darrel Dreyer and family and Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker, Gloria and Nancy, Whittemore all enjoyed the smorgasbord at Stubbs in Spencer. Mr and Mrs Ervin Borchardt and family visited over the. weekend with Mr and Mrs Larry Beckley Seneca Club's Parents Big Success Seneca — The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club held'Par- ents Night at the Lone Rock Legion hall Monday evening. Parents and guests enjoyed a pot luck sup'fter after which Roger Jensen Showed slides of member's projects taken during the club tour in June, .also pictures of various groups at the By Th« U PP «r DM MolnM publishing Co., Alflflna, lewd • MRS, JANICE STUCKI New* Editor . _V , air. Following this, Chet Andrews of Spencer talked. ,';; Enjoying the courtesy were par- ants, Mr and Mrs Richard Parsons, Mr and Mrs John Struecker, Roy <lein, Mr and Mrs Paul Bernhard, ,yle England, Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson, Mr and Mrs Roy Jenen, Mr and Mrs Robert Lynch, Mr nd Mrs Clarence Menz, Russel ensen, Mr and Mrs Elmer Hansch, Eugene Larson, Mr and Mrs ;aymond Bergum, Roger Jensen nd daughter, also Robert Fortney. nd Mr and Mrs Henry Looft. Church Women Meet '" Blakjer Lutheran church women held their first meeting of the new year Thursday with Mrs Fred Jo; hannesen and Mrs Ordean Kabrick serving as hostesses. The meeting was opened by the chairman, Mrs Fred Johannesen, after which Mrs Martin Wilberg had charge of devotions. Presenting Bible stude was Mrs. Amey Cherland. Evangelism was presented by Mrs Melvin Bratrud, who used a skit entitled, "Occupation, Evangelism". She was assisted by Mrs. Ole Pedersen, Mrs Amey Cherland, Mrs Curtis Olsen and Mrs Henry Looft. , • •:, 4-H Club Met .., . Pamela Thompson was hostess to the Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H Club at her home Saturday. ,• Talks were given by Nadine McCleish and Ellen Lynch. Pamela Thompson gave a demonstration. ' Mrs Sam McCleish was the guest mother. Other guests included Mrjf Ralph Thompson and Lavonne and Maternal grandparents are Sir and Mrs Olaf Oftedahl. This is their first child. ' • "' , ' Mrs Wayne Lynch and Richard accompanied Robert IVaher 6f Fort Dodge to Campus,* 111. iast weekend where they attended the 50th wedding tfnttiverlary "of Mr. and Mrs Oscar FraKer. 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Raymond Bergum was elected vice chairman, Peter Jensen and Odey Cherland, delegate and alternate, respectively, to the Iowa District Convention and David Looft and Julian Cherland, delegates to the Waldorf College Cooperation, with Kenneth Halverson as alternate delegate. and Mrs Rosa Borchardt -M- StL MrAjRobert. Lynch. Charles, Minnesota. X r , ! , 7 ""' *»»«•"• Mr and Mrs Ewald Kohlwcs and Cheryl, Austin, Minnesota and Mrs E. H. Dreyer visited over .the weekend with Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohlwes in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Harold Walker became the parents of their second daughter Connie Kay, Monday, January 15th. The little miss who was born in Estherville weighed 8 Ibs. and 2 ozs. Her grandparents are Mr and Mrs Virgil Finnestad and Mrs Ida Walker, Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Tom Manley are the proud parents of their first child, a girl, born January 14 at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Baby Lorie Lynn weighed 8 Ibs. and 3 ozs. Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell are the maternal grandparents. Sunday afternoon, January 14 visitors of William Voigt were Mr and Mrs William Domeck and >Ir and Mrs Lyle Domeck, Fairmont. January 13 guests of Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and Mr and Mrs Art Mueller. They helped Timmy Mueller celebrate his first birthday. Mr and Mrs Bertie Rerkland left last week for their annual several month stay in California. On the way they visited their daughter lola and family, the Elmer Kel- vigs in Des Moines and with their daughter Irene and family, the Frank Fransons in Lincoln, Neb. The Methodist Youth Fellowship will nold a pancake supper Thursday evening, January 25. Pancake, eggs, sausage and coffee will be served and serving will begin at 5:00 p.m. Prices are 75 cents per ticket or $3.00 for a family ticket. February 11 the Methodist Youth Fellowship will conduct a worship service for the residents of Friendship Haven in Fort Dodge. Auxiliary Meeting Fenton — The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met Friday, January 12, at the home of Mrs Charles Newel, $2.50 was sent to the Mental Health Institute at Cherokee. For their monthly project they also sent writing supplies to the Institute. The ladies delivered eleven fruit baskets to shut-ins for Christmas. Mrs Elmer Grinert sent a card to Charles Anderson at Woodward this month. The February meeting will be held at the home of Mrs John Waite. Has Fallout Books Fenton — Fenton Postmaster Kenneth Halverson reports that he has a number of booklets on "Fallout Protection" from the Department of Defense to be given to anyone who wishes one. The booklet will give the American people the facts they need to know about the dangers of a thermonuclear attack and what they can do to protect themselves. Mr and Mrs John Struecker and Tom and Tim spent last weekend with the Harold Nelsons at Blooming Prairie, Minn. Mr and Mrs C. C. Voigt returned recently from a six week vacation trip visiting relatives and friends in Oklahoma, Oregon and California. They first visited with their son and family, the Ralph Voigts at Tulsa. At Portland, Ore. they visited another son and family, the Les Voigts and in Los Angeles with Mrs Voigt's brother and sister. Mr and Mrs Lyle England took their daughter, Mary, to Omaha, Neb. last Monday, where she has enrolled at the Personnel Training Institute. Mr and Mrs Jerry Jacobs are parents of a 5 pound, 4 ounce baby boy born Thursday morning at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. / Science Club Organized By Fenton Youths Fenton — Fourteen 6th and 7th grade boys'held their first science club meeting Saturday, January 13. The Fenton Science; Club "is sponsored by Petersen Furniture Store where they will hold their meetings every Saturday at 2 p.m; The club has ordered literature from a science concern on proper procedure for such a club'and pro- graming. Election of officers was held with the .following elected Marlin Berklarid; president; Timmy Berkland, vice president ; Ricky Shaw, sec., Robert Krause, 'treasurer; and Steven Peterson, and Lynn Borchardt, John Douglas, Delon Jentz, Randy Theesfield, James Voigt and Owen Kerber.' Each member wrote down three Dranches of science that interested him most. The following branches were named Biology, General Science, Physics, Chemistry, Electronics, Archealpgy and Astronomy. The club hopes to study each with the aid of •experiments arid demonstrations. They welcome visitors at their meeting. - Ringsted Lady's Brother Dies Ringsted — Mr. and Mrs. August SCrenseh attended the funeral of the'letter's brother, Carl Strand- skov, ,48, Normal, 111., at Des Moines Tuesday. Mr. Strandskov was fl chemist there. He had spent his early childhood here ag-his late father, Rev. Niels Strandsklpv was 'pastor of St. John's Lutheran congregation. He is survived by 10 brothers and sisters and his mother, Mrs. Marie Strandskov. of the Danish Old People's Home at Des Moines. The Sorensens will help her observe ler ! 91st birthday on Wednesday before returning home. Nahcy Johattsen.of Des Moines spent the weekend at the home of her mother, Mrs. Caritta Jbhan- sen. • Mr.-arid. Mrs. Donald Wentworth arid the latter's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ordell Skogen of Jackson, Minn, left Sunday for a two week visit with relatives at Cape Canaveral, Fla. and to enjoy some sightseeing in the south. Mrs. Mary Haglind, who fell; in Armstrong' several weeks ago, is coming along nicely at St. Joseph's hospital in ; Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. James Sorensen and Daniel Sorensen visited Sunday with the Rudy Anderson's at Springfield, Minn. Delbert Mathe- spn, a former Ringsted and Seneca resident, .was also a guest in the Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller of Jackson, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. 'Lee Miller of Dolliver, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith and Corrine, and Mrs. Bessie Miller were Sunday afternoon guests at the Russell Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Riedel visited Sunday evening at the Ernest Muellef home at Fentori. Mrs. Leonard Lund spent Monday overnight with .her mother, Mrs. Ellen Johnson at SWea City. On Tuesday she attended the funeral of Mrs Vprn Lunn at Swea City. •>.''. '• "•.: . ; - •:'•> ' - The Ringsted Wbmen's Study Club met Monday.evening at the Richard Hinkley home. Guests at the meeting were Dr. and Mrs. Maytum, Gay Orr, and Richard Hinkley. Mrs. Orr served refreshments at the close of the evening,, Orlin Solberg, who has been hospitalized at St.' Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn, for two weeks, has returned to his home here. M. H. Pelersen underwent surgery on his heel at the Spirit LakO hospital Friday. Mr. Petersen Is school board president. 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