The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 20, 1962 · Page 24
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 20, 1962
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FEBRUARY 20, 1962 6-AlQond (la.) Upper DM Molne, Tuesday, February JO, Bill Hantelmans Return From Western Vacation Published By Th« Publlthlnej Co., Alflona, MRS. JAisiiee sfucKi Editor. Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman returned Wednesday in their home on wheels, "The Wanderer", from a three week Western vacation. In Duluth, Kansas the visited with Mr, and Mrs. R. M. Eggerling, a former Lutheran school teacher in Fenton. They then visited with Mr. Hantelman's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson in .Alburquerque, New Mexico. In Phoenix, Ariz., they visited some former Fenton residents Mr. and i Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mueller and Mr. and Mrs. Don Gross. They then drove to Long Beach, Calif., where they visited with Mrs. Hantelman's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hannon. On the return trip they stopped in Colum- bUs, Nebr. to visit Rev. and Mrs. B. Meschke, good friends. The Hantelmans also did some sightseeing at the Grand Canyon and Petrified Forest in Arizona, the Bandolier National Forest in New Mexico and The Sand Dunes National Monument in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman left Saturday in the same truck trailer camping outfit for a four or five week western vacation. They will visit in New Mexico, Arizona and in Los Angeles they will visit with Mrs. Hantelman's sister Mrs. Tillie Walker Meier. and Miss Erna GOth Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Feb. 7. Their daughter and • son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ohm, served coffee and cake to a few friends who dropped in to help them celebrate. Sam Warner, who was 83 on Valentine's day and Mary Louise Wegener who is 81 were married Feb. 7, 1902 by Rev. William Faulstich at St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairyille. Their oldest son, Walter, died Nov. 9, 19G1 of a heart attack in Lakewood, Calif. Another son Melvin lives in Chicago. They have two grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Fenton Progrcssors Fenton Progressors Club held it's regular meeting at the home of John and Philip Ruger. The meeting was called to order by president, Gary Berkland. Record book inserts for the years Special Activity, Motors and Lawn Mower care, were handed out. The leader, Mr. Herschel Hartman, gave a talk on the operation of a four cycle engine. He demonstrated with charts and a disassembled Clinton, engine. Infant Baptisms Lori Lynn Manley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Manley, was baptized Sunday morning, Feb. 11, at Our Saviors Lutheran church, Armstrong with Rev. R. P. Eckelman officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mitchell were the sponsors. A dinner in honor of her baptism was given at the home of her parents. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. George Manley and Kenny, Floss and Fern Manley, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Aanonson and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Flint and girls, Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Uthof and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof and family, Fenton. Lori Ann, two month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Duncan and Kathleen Marie, one month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gerhart were baptized Sunday, Feb. 11 at the Fenton Methodist church. Rev. H. A. Walker officiated. Lori and Kathleen's brothers, Junior Duncan and Wayne Gerhart had the honor of rocking their sisters and Cindy Voigt and Kathy Mortenson When the recited the infants are Welcome, rocked in the cradle they become members of the Sunday school and their names are entered on the Cradle Roll. At three years of age they can attend Sunday school. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Duncan and family were Sunday, Feb. 11 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan. Later that afternoon the Eldon,. Duncans -visited Mr. and Mrs. Herb Adams in Algona. Mrs. Emma Reimers was a Sunday, Feb. 11 dinner guest of Mr. 4-H and Mrs. Jack Gerhart. DAIRY AUCTION I will sell all my Dairy Heifers on my farm located a half mile north and three-fourths mile west of Fenton, Iowa, ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22 SALE STARTS AT ONE O'CLOCK •v 30 Head Springing Holstein Heifers - 17 Holstein Heifers To Freshen by Sale Date or Before 13 Holstein Heifers To Freshen 1st & 2nd wk. in Mar. BRED TO PUREBRED ANGUS BULL - HEIFERS ARE VACC., T.B. AND BANGS FEDERAL TESTED WITH INDIVIDUAL HEALTH CERT. ^ AUCTIONEERS NOTE - PLEASE NOTE THESE HEIFERS ARE HEAVY SPRINGING WITH SOME FRESH BEFORE SALE DATE. THEY ARE NORTHERN MINNESOTA HEIFERS AND BOUGHT AS CALVES. BRED TO PUREBRED ANGUS BULL. SURGE MILKING MACHINE With Seamless Buckets, Pipeline for 10 Cows Arnold J. Nielsen Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ohm visited Tuesday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig. Susan Hantclman, a student nt Abbott school of nursing in Minneapolis visited over the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wagner entertained four tables at 500 Thursday evening. Prize winners were Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, ladies high, Webber Yager, men's high and Merle Austin, travel. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglas entertained Valentine evening in honor of their daughter, Verlea's 4th birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and family and Mr. William Voigt and Peggy. Rev. and Mrs. Fred Preul were Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Munch. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch were Sunday, Feb. 11 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall. Patty Widdel, seven-y e a r-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Widdel, is ill with kidney infection and rheumatic fever. Tuesday she had tests in Estherville to determine the nature of her illness. Mrs. Walter Krause entertained two tables at 500 on Valentine's day. Mrs. Alex Radig had high score and Mrs. Fred Jentz, low. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rnsch accompanied by their granddaughters, VTargo Rusch, daughter of the Wendell Ruschs, and Lori Rusch, dauhter of the Frank Ruschs, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Finnestad in Buterfield, Minn. The occasion was in honor of the FinneStad twin's Steven and Susan birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Finnestad were also guests that day. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn Wednesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Meier, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler and Mrs. E. H. Dreyer attended the 40th wedding anniversary party for Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wichman in Ruthven Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fcye were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Cal vin Vaudt to Des Moines Monday Feb. 12 where Mr. Feye attendee a Firestone Tire meeting. Wilfred Stoeber and Raymon Stoeber attended the Spring Con vention of the Our Own Hardware Dealers in Minneapolis Feb. 11, 12 and 13. Sunday, Feb. 11 dinner guests o Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Heine and family. The Fenton Legion Auxiliary met Friday, Feb. 9 at the home of Mrs. John Waite with eight members present. A gift was given to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner on their Oth anniversary. Mrs. Warner is an inactive member. Mrs. Ed Bruhn gave the Pan American les- on on Columbia. The March meet- ng is with Mrs. Lavon Steinberger. Barbara England Is Homemaker Winner, Senfral Fenton — Barbara England, a senior at Sentral high school is the winner of the Betty Crocker "Search For The Homemaker of Tomorrow" contest at Sentral. Miss England is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle England. She is in her fifth year in 4-H club work nd her third year in home eco- omics. Seneca To Get Swea City Fire Dept. Protection " Friend Night" Seneca Club Seneca — The Blakjer Luther League held a "Bring a Friend Night" Sunday evening. Roger Cherland, league president welcomed the guests after which Jack Geilenfeld opened the program with devotions. Each mem- >er introduced himself and his guest after which Jill Jensen and Audrey Bergum continued the program with a vocal duet. Evelyn Iherland gave a reading. A social hour followed under the direction of James Bergum, Roger Cherland and Vernon Wilberg. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Olsen and family, and the Henry Wilbergs. Seneca — The Swea City council voted this past week to accept (he request of several sections of Seneca Township for fire protection. Previously residents have paid for the use of fire equipment as needed. Under the new plan taxes will be levied to cover the cost at-a rate of $20 per section, fire protection is provided by the town providing telephone service. Seneca residents may receive fire protection from several towns. Father Joseph Farley of Blackstone, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fraher of Fort Dodge were Monday dinner guests of the Wayne Lynchs. Mrs. James Kennedy is a patient at the Holy Family hospital at. Estherville, suffering from pneumonia and a blood clot. Mrs. Floyd Salisbury spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Howard Bierstedt, Lone Rock, helping her observe a birthday anniversary. Other guests included Bertha Kressin and Mrs. Frank Miller of Fenon. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle England en- ertained at a family dinner Sun- ay. Enjoying the courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. John -Kressin and amily of Elmore, and Mary Eng^ and, student at Omaha, Nebr. Donald Cronk, who had been a patient at the Holy Family hos- >ital at Estherville for several days suffering with a throat in- tection was released on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson hia where they will visit relatives. Kathryn johawinesen, teacher In the St. Paul schools, .spent the weekend with her mothef, Mrs. Lawrence Johannesen. Larry, a student at Waldorf College, Forest City, was also home for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Gdorge Jensen of Ringsted and Willard Appelt of Swea City spent Sunday at the Millen Jensen home at Waltham, Minn. The occasion marked the birthday anniversaries of Millen Jensen and that of the women's sister, Mrs. B. P. (Thelma) Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis ~01sen and Mrs. Cleo Classon of'Ringsted attended the 25th wedding anniversary of, Mrs. Olsen's and Mrs. Classen's niece, the Dennis Schu- lers, at St. Mary's hall at Mallard Feb. 11. Mrs. Clarence Osborn is a patient at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville, having submitted to major surgery this week. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen spent Friday night at Fort Dodge visiting the latter's father, Frank Woodbeck, who is a patient at the Lutheran hospital suffering with influenza and complications. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miligi and family of Hubbard, Ohio, were Saturday dinner guests of the Alfred Peter- sens. John Streucker and Mrs. Lawrence Johannesen spent Tuesday night with their sister and fam ily, the Harold Nelsons, Blooming Prairie, Minn., and on Wednesday attended the funeral of a long-time family friend, Henry Rippy, at Owatonna. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bratrud, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg of Ringsted, left early Monday morning for- Califor- Color Selection Service Seneca 4-H Has Study Of Motors Seneca — The Seneca 4-H me Feb. 12, at the home of Craig Jen sen, with Donald Hanisch as as sistant host. Plans were completed for th public card party which the club I will sponsor, Saturday evening, | Feb. 17, at the Legion hall at Lone lock. The group also voted to lave two fathers as guests at each meeting. Jimmy Breese was welcomed into the club. The meeting was turned over o Donald Hanisch and Craig Jensen who presented a demonstra- ;ion. ~i? help you with your decorating BENSON & CLARK, Auct. LONE ROCK BANK, Clerk 40 Superiors Fenton — A total of 56 soloists and nine ensembles from Sentral school entered the North Central Band Masters Association Grade Band Festival at Mason City Sat urday, and 40 received superior ratings, 20 excellent and five good Warren Jones is band director and Leroy Brass, vocal director. CARD OF THANKS A sincere thank you to all who remembered us on our 60th wed ding anniversary. — Mr. and Mrs Sam Warner (" W.S.C.S. Activities Fenton — The Methodist Women's Study group met Wednesday afternoon in the church. Mrs. Frank McFall led the worship, Mrs. Marold Schlei reported on the book of Job and Mrs. H. A. Walker conducted the lesson. Mrs. Evan Routh, wife of the pastor at Good Hope and Mrs. Everett Hanna were guests. The Maxine Circle of the WSCS met after the study group. Mrs. Jake Schwartz presided in the absence of Mrs. Clarence Osborn. I ELIMINATE COLOR GUESSWORK] , ^ WHEN YOU DECORATE j We cordially iavlto you to take - vantage of our free color consultation ] •ervice at any time — in your ' or at our stow. Com* la or PaMtrtff * thTmoat tnexp9mtvo <f«oorattnff you Nowert of all decorating aids. Thousands of combinations. Shows you how to use matching or contrasting colon jlo achieve decorating perfection ta 1 OQt Edge "Homogenized ipant you all painting problems. No mixing or stirring. No run, drip or splatter—DO fuss, muw or mess to clean up. Minimum Identifiable odor. Choice of hundreds ol colon. CARD OF THANKS A sincere thank you to all our friends and relatives for their expressions of sympathy during our recent bereavement. — The family of Mrs. Bertha Nemitz. (7*) NOTE — We usually hold this sale in January, but due to my broken arm had to postpone it until now. — Mrs. Bailey. DRY GOODS DEPT. SALE We have made a complete check of ou r entire Dry Good stock and have selected the winter staples for this Clearanc e Sale. All is current merchandise, but each item is sharply reduced in price.. YOU WILL FIND ALL OF THESE IN OUR SPECIAL SALES ROOM AT THE REAR OF OUR STORE. TAKE YOUR PICK. ALL WILL BE CLEARLY MARKED AS .TO PRICE AND THE BARGAINS ARE TERRIFIC. DRESSES .... CAR COATS .... SWEATERS . . WOMEN'S, MEN'S, AND BOY'S WEAR I N VARIETY. SLACKS SHIRTS BAILEY'S STORE IN FRIENDLY FENTON Joann Bernhard 4-H Hostess Seneca — Joann Bernhard was hostess to the Lone Rock Lively Rocket 4-H club at her home Saturday afternoon. Talks were given by Mary Lynch and Patsy Mc- Cleisch and Eileen Lynch gave a emonstration. Mrs. Robert Lynch vas guest mother. Both local eaders, Mrs. Amey Cherland and Irs. Robert Benzin were present. "Keepsake" Roll Call Fenton — The Fenton Women's Club met February 13th at he home of Mrs. H. A. Walker h Mrs. Jake Schwartz assisting lostess. Mrs. Olaf Norland and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod presented he program. Mrs. E. H. Dreyer showed slides of her European rip. The most unusual keepsake was a picture shown by Mrs. E. W. Ruske of her father's family, printed on a piece of cloth. The Dlack and white picture which is over 70 years old has been washed a number of times and is still very clear. Mrs. Ruske thinks it may have been used as a pillow at one time. wvftwm ot your boms. iBet u» Now tor *tt Y° ur Decorating N««dfj COMING - "HOME IMPROVEMENT CLINIC" OPEN HOUSE, SAT., MARCH 10 WITH TREATS, COFFEE, DOUGHNUTS. FENTON LUMBER CO. Return From Trip Fenton — Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod and Mrs. Emil Huskamp returned Monday, Feb. 12, from Wadsworth, Ohio, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. John Eigler and Kelly Lynn. Mrs. Huskamp flew to Chicago from California, where she joined her daughter, Mrs. Wsisbrod and they flew to Wadsworth together. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, I A. 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