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Mli ARDETH HALVERSON Editor June 30,1955 Published By The Upper Des Moinet Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa E.AJeisbrod Rites Held At Fenton Sunday f'eiifdn—Funeral services Were held Sunday afternoon at the Fenton Methodist church for; Ernest Weisbrod of Fort Dodge. Mr Wdisibrod died Friday, June 24, af the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Rev. C. C. Callahan officiated at the service. Casket bearers were Willard Menz, Ralph Weisbrod, Melvin Weisbrod, Kenneth .Bellinger. Lester Weisbrod and Webber Yager. Ernest A. Weisbrod was born at Fenton August 2, 1883, the son of Jacob and Ursula Weisbrod. He graduated from Fenton high school and later from Mankato business college. His life's occupation was selling cars and 3 1 «i worked as an auto .mechanic. He began his business at Fenton, later moving to Whittemore and finally to Fort Dodge where he continued in the same line of work until about 18 months ago. when he suffered a light stroke. Later complications set in and he passed away June 24. In 1912, Mr Weisbrod was united in marriage to Edna Gibbons, who survives his passing. Also surviving are a daughter, Mrs Jack Schweigef of Austin, Minn, and two grandchildren, Tommy and Timmy, two brothers, Ben Weisbrod of Redfield, S. D. and Clarence Weisbrod of Ringsted. Three sisters, Mrs Lydia Ranney of Long Beach, .Calif.; Mrs Irene Yager of Orange, Calif.; and Mrs John Light of Fenton also survive. Preceding him in death was a brother Elmer Weisbrod, ana a sister, Mary Kohlstedt. Mr and Mrs Harry Haase had as weekend guests, Mrs Gerald Godwin and Glen Hayenga of Minneapolis. They came to attend final rites for an aunt, Mrs Margaret Bernhard of Burt, on 1 Saturday. i Mr ' and Mrs Oliver Stoeber, Stephen and Susan spent Monday and Tuesday in Ames and Des Moines. Monday noon they enjoyed a picnic dinner with Bill Stoeber and his room-mate at Ames. In the evening Bill and Stephen attended , the baseball game of the Chicago Cubs and 4heJQes,Moines, Bruins, at .E SenJorTaT"Stadium. They went sightseeing at other places of interest. A family reunion was held Sunday at the (Ed Bruhn and Martin Hantelman homes. Honored _ guests were the three remaining sisters of the Hantelman family, Mrs -Amelia Baerman of Palmer, Mrs Susan Fullerton of Dubuque and Mrs Augusta Bany of Elgin, Minn. Other guests were Comdr. Walter D. Hantel- jnan and son John., of San Francisco,' Calif.; Mr arid Mrs William Fullerton, Jimmy .Nancy and Bobby of Blue Field, Wesl Virginia, Rev. John Baerman and Hulda of Palmer; Mr and Mrs Milton Bock of Storm Lake. Mr and Mrs Hilbert Hantelman and family of Mankato, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Charles Langerman of Fairmpnt, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman and family, Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt, Teresa, Terri and Valain, and Mr and Mrs William Haritelman and family. Alice Geiizenalie? was the lucky person for the $15 drawing Saturday evening at Fenton. Another name will be called for $15 again this Saturday night at 9:30. Mr and Mrs (iebfge Murphy and son Jon, wer,e picnic supper guests of the Paul Eiglers Sunday. WSCS Circles Revamped For New Yetf Fenloh—The circles of the local W.S.C.S. have recently re-organized, and each circle met this past week for the purpose of' electing officers and taking care of othef business such as is necessary for setting up a new program. The circles' will be named this year by the first 'name of their chairman. The Ruth circle met Thursday, June 23, in the home of Mrs S. E. Straley with Mrs Wendell Rusch co-hostess. Mrs Lyle Newel was elected chairman; Mrs Wendell Rusch, co-hostess; Mrs Jack Gerhart, secretary; Mrs Arnold Hansen, program chairman and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod, treasurer. Serving on the telephone committee will be Mrs S. E. Straley, Mrs Dale Voigt and Mrs Ed Schlei., The Ruth circle will meet the third Thursday of every month. Mrs Lyle Newel was in charge of the devotion? and Mrs Rusch presented the lesson study on Deborah. The Ellen Circle met Friday with Mrs Frank McFall with Mrs Clarence Underwood co-hostess. Mrs Fred Brown was elected chairman; Mrs Ed Reimers cochairman; Mrs Charles Lovejoy. program chairman; Miss Agnes Goetsch, secretary; and Mrs R. F. Laabs, treasurer. On the telephone committee is Mrs Clarence Underwood, Mrs Gayloi'd Johnson and Mrs Frank McFall. Mrs Charles Newel will be in charge of sending out the greeting cards. Mrs Clarence Underwood was in charge of the devotions and Mrss Lovejoy presented the lesson. The. Dorothea Circle met Thursday, June 23, with Mrs Arlo Ranney. Mrs Ranney was elected chairman; Mrs Clarence Yager, co-chairman; Mrs Clarence Arco- gast. secretary; Mrs Walter Wid~ %abeiv,-Rrogram,.,-c h ai,r,jn an. ; e telephone committee is Mrs J. A. Schwartz, Mrs E. C. Weisbrod, and Mrs W. R. Wolfe. Mrs John Munch is in charge of the greeting cards. This circle will meet the fourth Thursday of every month. Mrs Wolfe had the devotions and Mrs Herschal Hartman presented the lesson. The Mabel circle met Thursday in the Dale Weisbrod home. Mrs Fred Mortenson was elected chairman; Mrs Ray Stoeber, co-chairman; Mrs Bill Haase, program chairman; Mrs Dale, secretary; and Mrs Floyd Duncan, treasurer. The telephone committee is Mrs Amanda Kern, Mrs Gerald Gochenour, and Mrs Carrie Voigt. The Mabel circle will meet the 2nd Thursday of each month. Mrs E. W. Ruske had devotions and Mrs W. W. Jolley presented the Josson. Well Drilling and Jeep-Ditching Contact CLETUS F. ELBERT PHONE 1313 T403 E. Luc,ats St. Algona, la. A SINCERE Thanks! It was Indeed a pleasure to have you nice people in the community visit the station in recognition of my grand opening. Your words of congratulations and the fine trib* utes were most sincerely appreciated. Hansen's On Highway 44 Service Fenton Mansager-Stein Wedding At Nashua June 19 Fehtoh —- Faith Mansager and Kenneth Steine of Minneapolis were united in marriage on Sunday, June 19, at the Little Brown church at Nashua, la. at 2:30 p.m Rev. Utterback performed ths double.ring ceremony. The bride wore an aqua colored suit with black and white accessories. She carried a white satin covered Bible trimmed with seed pearls with a.white orchid centered on top. Streamers of white satin tied with ,steph- anotls fell frdm the Bible The Bible wa's her daughters, used at her wedding. The bride's attendant was her daughter, Mrs Harlan Elmers. The briedgroom's attendant was the bride's Son, Eugene Mansager. The altar was decorated with roses, glads, mums and other beautiful flowers. Gail Steine, daughter of the bridegroom, dssisted opening gifts at the reception held in the dining room at the Cedar Restaurant, following the wedding. About 40 guests attended. /Kenneth Steine is employed at Warren Builders and Fabricators. He specializes in cabinet and formica work. Faith has been employed the last six months as a laboratory technician at the Leonard Clinic, but has now accepted a position for part time, work .at the Glen Wood Hills Hospital in the Laboratory- Following a week in Canada, they will be at home at 3137 Blopmington Ave. S. in Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halver; son,- Merle and Barbara attended the observance of th'e 70th anniversary of 'Trinity Lutheran church at Humboldt, Sunday. Frank McFall spent Tuesday in Fort Dodge on business. Sunday guests in the R. F. Laabs home for a pot-luck dinner were Mr and Mrs Wilfred Laabs and family of Ayrshire; Mr and Mrs C. W. Haase of Algona; Mr and Mrs Virgil Wolfe and family of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Fred Mortenson and family, James HaTmB of Burt; Mr and Mrs Del- ond-BoIte; and family'afl^MBsfifiS Mrs Arnold Laabs. Mr and Mrs Luverne Nelson. Bruce and Steven of Joliet, 111. were Monday supper guests in the Kenneth Halverspn home and were evening visitors of the Henry Wilbergs. The Nelsons are spending their vacation in the parental Mike Nelson home at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Darrel Dreyer and Lee, Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer, Roger visited with the Ewald Kohlwes family of Austin at Leiux Resort, at Cedar Lake over the weekend. A Meling family reunion was held at the Fenton Park Sunday, June 26. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Chester Skaar, Harold and Burnette of Primghar; Mr and Mrs Don Skaar and Becky of Lake Mills; Mr and Mrs Theodore Meling and Duane of Cylinder; Mr and Mrs Bob Place, Corrine and Allan of Emmetsburg: Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Eddie Silrum and family of Minneapolis; Mr and Mrs Erving Davidson, Noreen and Michel of Marble Rock; Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood. William Voigt, Lois and Peggy and Mr and Mrs William DeWal! spent several days this past week at Alexandria, Minn. On Wednesday evening the group enjoyed a picnic v/ith the Ray Kyhl family at Nelson, Minn. The Kern family reunion was held at Redwood Falls, Minn, this past Sunday. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family, Mrs Amanda Kern, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kern and boys of Fenton; Mr and Mrs Melvin Kern and Walter Weisbrod of Algona; and Mr and Mrs Der- vvnod Kern and girls of Estherville. Mr and Mrs John Kohlwes and Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohlwes, Laveda and Bobby enjoed at picnic dinner Sunday at the Puu. Eigler home. The General Federation of Woman's clubs is sponsoring a 'Call Lone Rock Elevator Met June tf Lone Rock — The Lone Rock Elevator held its annual board meeting Saturday evening, June 25, at the Lone Rock Presbyterian Church. Mr Thompson of the Omaha Bank Was the guest speaker. During the business meeting election of directors was held with the re-election of Henry Schroeder and Andrew Thomsen as directors. Alfred-' SchultZ was presented a gift for-10 year's service. After the meeting lunch was served to about 80 guests by the Lone Rock P.W.O. members. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich were guests Sunday at the Clarence Wells home -at Liyerrhore in honor of the Ed Genrichs.of Calif fornia, who are visiting friends and relatives here. About 70 av tended.' • . Mr and Mrs Melvin Kueck and Cynthia of Des Moines spent the weekend at the parental Henry Kueck home. Cynthia spent four days last week with,the Keuck? while her parents were fishing in Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Erwin Klatt, Ringsted; Mr and Mrs Roy Chris- chilles, Fenton; Mr and "Mrs Owen Berhow called Sunday evening at the Henry Schroeders. Mr? Schroeder just returned Friday from Estherville hospital. • Rosemary Nelson of West Union returned home with the I. W. Nelsons after spending a week visiting the grandparents, I. W. Nelsons and Emil Persons. Billy remained for a visit. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and girls were guests Monday at the Herman Gade home in Fenton. Thursday afternoon Mr? Bierstedt and girls 'visited at the Frank Mueller home in Fenton to help celebrate her birthday.. Sunday the Bierstedt family was dinner guests in Humboldt at the for the Living.' The local Town and Country Woman's club has joined in this telephone crusad" for safe driving over the July 4th weekend. Members of the club began Wed., June 29, to call four persons each, and make a § lea for safe driving. In turns ac'h'~6f' these" per'sohs called'; 'SSJs also asked to call four more people and stress the need for safe driving. Barbara Hanifan of Dysart has been a recent visitor of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs E. K* Johnson. .••'' Mr and Mrs Robert Sewell and son Rickie, of Casper, Wyo. are visiting in the parental, George M. Jorgenson home. Mr and Mrs Robert Jacobsen of Swea City are parents of a son born Tuesday, June 21, at the Holy Family hospital.- The little lad weighed 7 Ib. 1 oz. and has been named Thomas Charles. Mj- and Mrs Curtis Olsen of Fenton are the maternal grandparents. Mrs Frank McFall, Mrs Charles Weisbrod, Mrs Kate Bollinger and Mr and Mrs Allan Bolliny- cr were among those of the Fenton vicinity attending the funeral of Mrs Margaret Bernhart at Burt, Saturday. The Workers Conference met Monday evening at the Methodist church parlors with Mrs George M. Jorgenson. hostess. Attending Camp Quest at Lake Okoboji this week are P-nvu'lr, Weisbrod, Janet Behne, Penny Beavers and Diane Helland. Mrs Florence Behne accompanied the girls as a chaperon and Mrs C. C. Callahan is a member of the teaching staff. Rev. and Mrs F. E. Flowers and family of Clarence visited briefly with Fenton friends, Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and Nadine were Sunday visitors in the Eugene Voigt home at Austin, Minn. Harold Behrends home.' Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richard? and Billy of Eagle Grove visited at the parental M. O. Richards home. Mr and Mrs Fred Schultz and Dawn called the Sunday evening. Mrs Richards recently returned from the hospital at Rochester. Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck attended the wedding last Sunday at Fairmont of Kathleen Gellbert and David Krause, son of Rev. Krause of Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Ed Genrich of Calif., who are visiting relatives and friends here, spent Sunday nite and Monday morning at the Fred Genrich home. Surprise callers Saturday evening at the C. E. Householder home in honor of Mr Householder's 81st birthday were Mrt Woodrow Petti t, Mrs Erich See- gebarth, Roy Ennen, Gerald Householder, Art Priebe, Mrs James Long, Harlan Blanchara and Everett Householder. Mr and Mrs P. C. Tabor of Sheldon, brother of Mrs Herman Kramer, spent Saturday at the Kramer home. Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests were Mr and Mrs Albert Schipull of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan spent Sunday at the Clinton Rath home. General meeting of the Lone Rock P.W.O. will be Thursday, July 7, with hostesses; Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs P. M. Christenson, Mrs Ornie Behrends, Mr? Emnia Hurlburt and Mrs Frai-^ Flaig. Mrs Don Houck has charge of the program "Christ The Way". Summer offering will be taken for medical missions. Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson entertained at supper Sunda in honor of Jane Ellen's 10th birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee and family, Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and family and Mary Hurlburt. Dell Marlow. Bob Marlow and Mr and Mrs Jim Marlow were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Marlin Bausman. Supner guests were Mr and Mrs Jim O'Hara and Jerry of Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow at : tended the Fenton Twp, Farm Bureau picnic at Fenton Park Sunday. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schipull were supper guests Saturday u\ the Ralph Boge home in Fort Dodge. Sunday supper, guests a 1 the Schipull home were Mr and Mrs Carl Schipull, Harold and Eleanor of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs Er.vin ^ with* and 'sofT'Chai and son, Jefffy of Ware were Saturday noon luncheon guests at the Erich Seegebarth home. Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson arid family and Will Christenson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson. Mr and Mrs Pete Jinsback and family of Dell Rapids, S. D. visited there in the afternoon. Mr and Mrs Wm. Krueger of Wilmer, Minn, spent overnite Monday at the P. M. Christenson's and Mr and Mrs Clarence Meyei of Freepoft, 111. visited there Sunday. Mrs Ralph Reide! and Curtis of Ringsted called Sunday at the parental C. E. Householder home. Mr and Mrs Merwin Priebe and family, Mr and Mrs Ed Priebe of Fenton visited Sunday afternoon at the Delmar Fischer home. Mr and Mrs James Shillingtori and family of Algona visited Wednesday evening at Bernard O'Donnells. Dickie O'Donnell spent Friday and Saturday with Marvin Broesder, helping him celebrate his birthday." Sunday Mr and Mrs Louis Broesder and family attended a Broesder reunion at Spencer. In the evening, Mrs Emma Hurlburt and Rachael visited at the Broesder home. Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton and John spent the weekend at their cottage at Okoboji. Mr and Mrs L. B. Hollister, Guthric Center, spent the weekend at the W. C. Heiter and Clair Bollinger homes. Sunday they were all dinner guests at the W. C. Heiters. Mr and Mrs Ed Fan-is, Mr and Mrs Earl Fan-is of Estherville; Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn were dinner and supper guests Sunday at the Alex Krueger home. ^i£.Ja rles, m City spent Sunday evening at the Walter Thompson home. Mr , and Mrs Gerald Radig were dinner guests Sunday a| the Paul Thacker home in Rock Rapids. Sunday evening the Radigs and Mr and Mrs Louise Seegebarth, Karin, Duane and Sandra called at the home of Mrs Anna Alke of Titonka. Mr and Mrs Burt Olson and Dennis,*Mr and Mrs James Long were Sunday dinner guests at the Roger Long .home. Afternoon callers and supper guests were Mr and Mrs Sidney Payne of Ledyard.. Mr and Mrs Arnold Groskrcut? CARD OF THANKS The Will Christenson family wish to thank their neighbors and friends for their kind expression of sympathy in their bereave;- ment. These expressions have been deeply appreciated. a vacation at the home of the former's sister and family, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker in Albert Lea. Mr and Mrs Emil Schumacher ;if Fenton. accompanied by Mrs Frank Schumacher, spent Thursday visiting with Mr and Mrs George Bannick at Renwick. Mrs Dora Faulstich is visiting at the home of her daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Duarie Waltu- kait at Humboldt, Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr.. Mr and Mrs William Meyer, Jr., and family, Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck and family, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr and Mrs Walter Struecker, Mr and Mrs Erwin Struecker, of here, Mr and Mrs Edwin Lieb and family, and Mr and Mrs Reuben Fuerslaheu, and family of Lotts Creek and Mr and Mrs Gerald pllom of Algonu, attended morning services at St. John's Lutheran church at Garner, Sunday. Vicar Edward Meyer, son of Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer of Garner, and a grandson of Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr., delivered the sermon. He has accepted a call as Vicar at Charleston, West Virginia, where he will serve for one year, and then will complete his Theological work of ministry at Concordia Seminary in St. Louis. The Meyer's have another son, David, who will study for ministry starting at Concordia College in St. Paul, in September. They all enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Park in Garner. A number of relatives gathered at the Milton Espe home Sunday evening to help Mrs Espe celebrate her birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and family, Mr and Mrs George Meyer and Mr and Mrs William Ostwald and girls of here, Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom and Mr. ;md Mrs Harold Voigt of Algona. Cards were played and a lunch was served. Mr-arid Mrs Fred Utinrich and daughter, Marian, accoinpancd by Mr and Mrs Otto Wichtcndahl ot Fenlon, left Monday morning for Adclison, Elmhurst, and Chicago, where they will visit with relatives for. two weeks. Miss Mania Duffy of San Rafeal, Calif., daughter of Mr and Mrs Martin Duffy, Jr., left Friday fdr a European tour. She will sail from San Francisco, Calif., on the S. S. Orsova by the way of the canal and Trinidad. She will visit England, Italy, Switzerland, Austria. Germany, Holland, Belgium and Ireland. She will bo accompanied by a friend. Miss Joan McNulty of Los Angeles, Whitfemore News Mr and Mrs Sam Mogler enter; tained a group of 35 young men and women at their home Thursday night in honor of their son, Robert. Sunday they were hosts to 40 relatives and friends. Robert left Tuesday to be inducted into the army. Tuesday callers at the Arthur Heidenwith home were Glenn Munch, of Yokya, Washington, arid'Ro'y Munch, of Arnold's Park. The former is a son of the late Mr and Mrs John Munch and a nephew of Roy Munch. Roy .is the son of the late Mr and Mrs Henry Munch, one of the first pioneer settlers here in Whittei more, and was born in the first home erected in Whittemore, just north of the J. M. Fleming residence. They also visited at the Thomas Carmody home. Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl spent Friday at the Gustie Lavrcnz home in Algona and on Sunday Dorothy and Rosella Voifit of Algona accompanied Ralph Sebers and Eunice Maahs to Albert Lca ? Minn., where they are spending McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING "We Sell, Install or Service" FURNACES, WEIL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES PHONE 120 or 111 FENTON Coming Events Wednesday, July 6 — St. John's Ladies Aid. Thursday, July 7 — Woman's Society of Christian Service; St Luke's Ladies Aid. FiNTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN Wife DEALER But. Phone 3 Bo*. Pliant 60 HANTEtMAN BUIIPING SiRVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 Sr 17 Or. E, W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 35 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair* FINTON, IA. Good Food Good Coffee HOME CAFE It's time For WEED KILLER AND DDT You'll Find Both of Them Here In Whatever Quantity You Need "AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A POUND OF CURE" 'FELCO FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR "Where You Trade With Yourself" THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Ringsted 100 100A 21A 21B ..;for all your BAN KB We're ready at all times to help every member of this community with loans for all needs, savings plans and all. bank services. May we assist you too, soon? Savings Are Important For Your Future! And, important to local progress! This helps us make loans to responsible borrowers, building soundly in this community for your future ! It's Good Business To Pay Bills By Bank Check Your cancelled check for payment—whether for business or household bills — is your permanent recepit. Open <t convenient checking account, here ! First Trust & Savings Bank - Fenton and Armstrong, Iowa SLEEP BETTER... V,. ''', ' You never outgrow 'your need Drink 3 glasses every day A GLASS OF MILK jusc before bedtime relaxes you, helps you go to sleep sooner and sleep more soundly. Milk relaxes blood vessels, aids circulation and eases the hunger that sometimes keeps you awake. If you like warm milk at bedtime, that's even more relaxing. Fenton Co-Op. Creamery "A Good Creamery In A Good Town" Fenton, Iowa

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