The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1957 · Page 10
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MH. AfiDfTH HALVWSON J t un* 6, 1957 Pufeflftrrtd By th* bp p »f DM Molnw Publishing Co., AlQortd, Iowa Rachel McArthur It Lone Rock Bond Queen Rfcchel McArthur Lone Rock's band members have chosen Rachel McArthur as their candidate for the title of Miss North Iowa at the annual band festival at Mason City, June 11. Rachel, a junior at Lone Rock, Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs D. L. McArthur, who farm near Algona. She is in the band, a majorette, sings in the mixed chorus and girls sextet and is a member of the girls basketball squad. (Cut courtesy Mason City Globe- Gazette) Jesse Halverson, 53, Funeral Held Tuesday Honors For Two The Town and Country Woman's Club held their May meeting .in the home of Mrs Kenneth Johnson. A honoring Mrs lot-luck supper Wallece Smith .._ ------- 0 ----- _. and Mrs Herschal Hartman was* enjoyed by the members. Mrs Arnold' Hansen, assisting hostess, served dessert. , The lesson on Traveling to the Black Forest was presented by Mrs Calvin Vaudt and Mrs Mer- yin Priebe. ' ,..'•"'';• .jWv* Mr and Mrs Herman. Geflea-, f eldt entertained at dinner Sun- i 'day in honor of their son fames' confirmation, Mr and Mrs Peter Thorsen of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs August Nelson of Estherville and Mr and Mrs Fred 'Brown. A number of Fenion people attended funeral services for Adam Lieo held Sunday afternoon Algeria. ~ at Fenton — funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, June 4, for Jesse Halverson/ 53, at the Garry Funeral Home, Bancroft and St. John Lutheran church in Fenton. Burial was at Bancroft. The Rev. W. H, Friedrich officiated and Elsie Meyer presided, Jesse Lawrence Halverson, son of Jens and Hilda Halverson, was born at Ellsworth December 22. 1903. He was baptized in Rose "rove Lutheran church Jan. 10, 1904. He was confirmed in the Salem rUtheran church at Radcliffe Oct. 6, 1918. In 1921 he moved with his parents to a farm near Seneca. Nov. 27 he was united n marriage to Leone Keller of Bancroft. The past 14 years the Halver- ions lived in and around Fenton, vhere he was employed by the Cossuth County road maintenance drpt. He first became ill in March, 956, then in November of 1956 a recurrence of the illness compiled him to quit work and he lad been confined to his home ince. He spent some time at the rtankato hospital and the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. He first became ill in March, 1956, then in November of 1956 a recurrence of the illness compelled him to quit work and he had been confined to his home since; He spent some time at the Mankato hospital and the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. In April, 1957, Mr Halverson and his wife became members of St. John Lutheran church in Fenton. Death came Sunday, June 2, 1957, at 12:20 p.m. Survivors include his wife Leone, his aged parents, Mr and Mrs Jens Halverson of Ringsted; five sisters, Anna (Mrs Albert (Ullestad) of (Mrs Alfred Helen (Mrs Ringsted; Hattie Eness) of Ames; ,..„„ Otto Wilberg) of Ringsted; Esther (Mrs .Linus Jensen) of Ringsted; Orva (Mrs Ronald Carey of »i-!r r .Rmgsted and Robert of Bear Lake, Minn., six nieces and six nephews, other relatives and a host of friends. Mrs George M. Jorgenson left Friday for Portland, Ore. She will visit friends there and then go on to Lebanon, Ore., to visit at the .home #f her, sister, Mrs Wilbur I/ray. ' ...for all your BANKING needs We're ready at all times to help every member of this community with loans lor all needs, savings plans and Jill bank services. May we assist you too, soon? Savings Are Important For Your Future! And, important Jo local pro* gross 1 This help* >us make loans to responsible borrower^ building soundly in this community for your future I , It's Good Business To Pay Bills By Bank Check Your cancelled check for pay- menl-^whejher for business or household bills — is your permanent recepjji. Open a convenient checking account JiereJ v First Trust & Savings Bank - Fenton and Armstrong, Iowa Mrs J*W Gerhart, outgoing president, installed the new officers for the coming year. The new officers are: President, Mrs Dale Weisbrod; Vice president, Mrs William Hantelman; recording secretary, Mrs John Strueck- er; corresponding secretary, Mrs Arnold Hansen; treasurer, Mrs Don Shaw; and historian, Mrs Calvin Vaudt. Mrs Calvin Vaudt furnished the entertainment for the evening. Mr and Mrs Don Void, Lynn and Sheila Kae of Lake Mills, Mr and Mrs .Gerald Brace of Hayfield, Minn, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brace, Keven, Jason and Brian, and William. Rath of Lu- Verne and Audra Kae Straley were Sunday dinner guests in the S. E. Straley home observing their 25th wedding anniversary. Afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs Wayne Mann of Burt, Mrs Romaine Weisbrod and Mrs Floyd Duncan. Coming Events Coming Crenis June 6, Woman's Christian Service. - Thursday, Society of Anniversary Is Observed By John Micklicks Fenton — The 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs John Micklick of Northwood was observed at the Ben Mitchell home Sunday, June 2. The program included devotions by pastor Benjamin Coltvet of Estherville; a solo by Anna Marie Mitchell; reading by Mrs Duane Habeger; a song by three little girls and the history of the bride and groom's wodded life and instrumental music by Duane Habe- gar. T H I S 1$ YOU R FENTON PROFESSIONAL Real Estate Broker General THE FRJINDty TAVIRN Invites Y-ev To Fenton Dr. f, W, DENTIST Office * hone ' 79 fanton, HANTEIMAN'S T^^*(^^^WII^^P' Ante A fflMtof i»poir« ^,.i>,ufjfftt Juncb,epn was serye.d with a three tiered wedding cake" baked by Mrs Albert Mitchell serving as a centerpiece. Mrs Martin OJeson poured and about 55 guests shared the occasion. Guests were Pastor and Mrs Benjamin Coltvet of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Martin Oleson, Mr and Mrs Maynard Olsen and family, Mr and Mrs Arnold Oleson and family, Mr and Mrs Merle Flint and family, Mr and Mrs Rudy Christens/en, all ,of Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Melfred Micthell of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Duane Habegar and girls of Burt, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Ole Pederson, Mr and Mrs Emil Bleckwenn, Mr and Mrs Dale Long and daughters, Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joanne, Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Anna Marie, Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood and girls and the honored couple Mr and Mrs John Michlick and family of Northwood. Mr and Mrs Forrest Hanifan and Barbara of Dysart spent the weekend in the parental E. K. Johnson home. On Sunday, the jHanifans, E. K. Johnsons and the Kenneth Johnson family were guests in the Calvin Vaudt home in honor of Mrs Hanifan's birthday. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson entertained at dinner Sunday in hpnor of Merle and Barbara's confirmation. Mr and Mrs Elmer Lee and Delmer, Mr and Mrs Mike Nelson, Mr and Mrs jiarlan Nelson and Darrell Lee ail of Estherville, LuVerne Nelson jof Lockport, in-\ Mr end Mrs Maynard Lee and Sandra of Graettinger, Mr and Mrs Earl Jensen and family of Rjngsted, Mr and Mrs Clyd,e Gilbaugh Jr. and girjs and Clyde Gilb&ugh Sy. all of Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thompson, J6y Thompson, and Mr and Mrs Jienry Wilberg, yernon ana Dennis were guests. Rev. and Mrs HJjrJan Bloojkhus, June and Joan joined the group for afternoon lunch. Mrs Lena Kohlwes of Minneapolis visited Friday through Saturday in the Everett Dryer home. Saturday afternoon, the Dreyers and Mrs Kohlwes, Mrs Paul Eigler, Mrs John Kohlwes and Mrs Arlin Kohlwes attended funeral services for Mrs Rebecca Wichman at Spencer, New Manager Named For Co-Op Elevator Fenlon — Curtis Lura. 41, of Thompson, has been named as Ihe new manager of the Fenlon Co-Operative Elevator. He will lake over his new dulSep on Monday, June 2 /• Mr Lura has been second man at the Thompson Co-Op elevator for a number of years and is highly recommended for the Manager post ai Fenlon. He is married, and the Luras.have one daughter, Cindy, aged three. The family will move io Fenion as soon as a place to live is located. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our relatives and friends for the lovely cards and gifts for our 40th wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Webber Yager. 23* CARD OF THANKS A sincere thank you to all friends and relatives for the cards and letters While 1 was in the hospital. Mrs Earl Dean. 23* Mr and Mrs Don Slenberger and boys vacationed at Spirit Lake from Thursday through Sunday. A family dinner in the Clayton Ditsworth home May 26 honored Mr and Mrs Glenn Ditsworth of Shawnee, Okla., who, with their son Clay, were visiting with the former's mother, Mrs Earl Dean. Reba Ditsworth of Estherville and Mr and Mrs Wallace Brown, and son David of Gruver were also present. Mr and Mra El win Schlei and family attended graduation exercises in Algona Friday evening. Norma Gatton, a niece of the Schleis was a member of the class." . Mr and Mrs Daryl Householder, Fred Mortensorl and Brian drove-to Dubuque Sunday morrir- ing where they met Ronnie Mortensen who will spend a couple week's leave with Fenton relatives. Mr and Mrs Harold Schlei visited with friends at Titonka Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller visited with Mrs Heiko Adams at Buffalo Center Sunday afternoon, if '^ Mr and Mrs Chris Templin of! Hutchlnson, Minn.,.' were guests in the H. W. Schulte home Sunday to Tuesday of last week. Mrs Templin is a sister of Mrs Schulte. Mr and Mrs H. W. Schulte attended commencement exercises at Nicollet, Minn, last week. Gary Schmidt, a nephew was a member of the graduating class. Rev. and Mrs V. O. Gilberisofi and Ruth were Friday overnight guests in the Albert Mitchell home. Other supper guests included Mr and Mrs Nyles Hee- gen and boys, Mr and Mrs Wu- hani DeWall and Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood and girls. Enjoying a picnic supper at the Richard Underwood home Memorial Day were Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Anna Marie and Rev. and Mrs Edwin Silrum and family of St. Paul. Afternoon callers in the Clayton Ditsworth home were Mr and Mrs Murrel Clark and the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs Calvin Stanley, aJl of Elmore, Minn. Mr and Mrs Newton Hieter of Algona; Mrs Monroe Heiter of Livermore, and Mrs Jessie Newel of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Henry Zinnel of Rodman are the parents of a daughter born May 28 at the Emmetsburg hospital. She weighed 7 Ibs. and has been named Glenda Mae. Mr and Mrs Will Miller of Fenton are the Maternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs Walter Pertl attended funeral services for Mrs Peril's grandfather at Peru, 111., Wednfsday of last week. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, and Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood attended the graduation exercises and ordination last Sunday for Edwin Silruin at Sentral Lutheran church in Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs A. T. Heiter of Bolfe were recent visitors of Mrs Earl Dean in the home of her son, Clayton Ditsworth. Mr and Mrs George Pertl of Graettinger were last Sunday visitors in the Walter Pertl home. Seaman and Mrs Philip Hewitt and daughter, Laura Kay, of Great Lakes, 111., were callers JMonday in the heme-of-Mrs Hewitt's uncle, Clayton Ditsworth. Mrs Mervin Preibe, Mrs Jack Gerhart and Mrs J. Wallace Smith were co-hostesses at a bridge party in the Priebe home last Thursday evening. Mrs Clarence Wegener won high score prize, Mrs Gaylord Johnson second high and Mrs Charles Newel, draw prize. faihily, Mr «M' tjht William Anniversary • Guests in^the Webber Yager home on Sunday, May 26, for dinner and supper in honor of their 40th wedding anniversary were Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener, Mr and Mrs Charles Feye and family, Mr and Mrs Merlin Wegener, Mrs Emma Reimers, Mrs Kate Wegener of Algona, Mr and Mrs Amos Pinnestad and NEED GUTTER REPAIRS? SHEET METAL TINSMITHING . SPOUT & GUTTER WORK A SPECIALTY WITH US KNOW HOW AND HAVE THS SHOP EQUIPMf NT TO DO IT . McFall & Rusch IfjoDERii piumeinc SHEiT METAL WORK f ElECTRICAl WORK Phone WffNTON WEED KILLERS Weed Killers Are Only As Good As Their Acid Content. The ( JAore Acid The Better The Job a Weed Killer Will Do And'The ^farther It Will ©o. 90% SURE KILL WITH WEEDAZOL -"" ^M*SS*(BI ASK THi FARMERS WHO USgD IT LAST n AR Fenton Co-Operative Elevator mm Mr arid Mrs Clarence Yager aftd* bo ? 8 v* Mr a j"L Mrs Arlo Ranney, and Mr and Mrs E. K. Johnson. 57 Attend Week Of Bible School At Lone Rock Lone Rock — The Daily Vacation Bible School conducted by the Lone Rock Presbyterian church, May 27 to June 2, was well attended. There were 57 boys and girls enrolled and 11 workers. A closing program was given by the school Sunday morning at 10:00 with a full house to witness the program. Those helping with the Bible School were Mrs Roger Jensen. Mrs Jesse Blanchard, in charge of the Beginner's Dept.; Mrs Florence Schrader, Judy Newbrough, Donna Blanchard and Marilyn Rath worked with the Primary group; Mrs E. A. Lee, Mrs Ronald Christenson and Marily Bellinger helped with Junior Dept.; Mrs Clifford Nordine was in charge of the music and Donna Blanchard accompanied at the piano. Rev. C. E. Nordine was director of the ftfrhcel. . Th« arinuai church picnic will be held Tuesday, Jtin<§ 4, at Call Park in Algofta. Mr Clarence Kfaft «rfls a supper guest at the home of Jame* WaUter In Algoha Memorial day Mrs Leo Ramus held a birthday party at the .cafe in Lone Rock, in honor of her husband, Mr Leo Ramus. Those present were Mr ahd Mrs Dave Weber, Mr and Mrs Jim Long and Carol Householder. The annual Schultz reunion was held Sunday, June 2, at the Fred Schultz home, with 88 in attendance. Mr and Mrs 0. A. Sharp of Algona visited Mrs Amanda Pettit Sunday. > Mr and Mrs Emit Person accompanied Mr and Mrs Otto Westling and daughter, La Verla. of Algona, to Lebanon, Mo. and visited at the Justin Anderson home for a few days. Dick Jensen came home from college Friday and is leaving again Monday f6r Ten Mile- Lake to stay with his brother, Don. Mr and Mrs James Shillington and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Walsh and family, Mr. and Mrs Leo Nurre and family of Bancroft were all guests Sunday evening at the home of Bernard O'Donnell. Mr and Mrs James Reid of Algona were Sunday visitors at the Arden Hovey home. Friday callers at. the Arden Hovey home were Mr and Mrs Clarence Hovey, Caroline and, Kathy of Armstrong, Mrs Cecil Cook and Michael and Mrs Ardella Bruns of Kenosha, Wis. Mr and Mrs Ralph llarberts of' Algona were guests at the Wallace McArthur home Sunday evening. Thursday guests at the Walter Thompson home were Mr aryi Mrs Russel Thompson and Julie of Burt and Mr and Mrs Henry Kucck. •*¥' ' Mr George Rath attended the Adam Lieb funeral in Algona Sunday. Mr and Mrs Don Blanchard and family attended the Carlson and Thorson wedding and reception at Swea City. 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Dees your toaster, waffle iron, »»e., I««Q *o "warm up" slowly? Po living room lights "dim" wjien y«u» refrigerator turns on? Does your TV picture "shrink" wh»a appliances are used? If any answer is "Yes", your additional wiring. Inadequate _ wiring chokes off the supply of ffeeJ, trieity to equipment — you don't get it* full use. So, while remodeling, have additional wiring done, too. It costs less to do it then — and you're wired for modern living. For safety, convenience and economy, check with , ,,

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