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Fenton WSCS Honors Mrs Dale Weisbrod Fenfon —At the August meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service last Thursday Mrs Dale Weisbrod was presented a past president's pin and a certificate of life membership. In making the presentation, Mrs Don Shaw, local secretary of missionary service, read a letter from the conference secretary of missionary service, Mrs J. Pickersgill, which stated that the mon»y paid for the life membership goes to missions and would be sent where most needed. During the business session, at which Mrs Don Weisbrod presided, the recording secretary, Mrs J. A. Schwartz, read a note of thanks from lh» Harriet Ballou nursery for a gift of money to neighborhood children in Sioux City. Mrs Dale Weisbrod reported that the three tables which the society had voted to purchase at the July meeting 'had been received. Mrs S. E. Stra- Icy, promotion secretary, read the goals of the Woman's Sodciv. The president announced a meeting of the executive board of W.S.C.S". for 8 p.m. Tuesday evening, Aug. 16, at the church. All circle chairmen and co-chairmen should iittend. Mrs Dale Weisbrod was in charge of the worship service ;\r<>\ Mrs Clayton Ditsworth presen'.''cl the lesson on the history ami philosophy of the settlement movement, adding her recollections of a summer spent as counselor at a camp maintained north of Waukegan. 111., by Mull Htui.:o Association. Mrs Ditsworth dis- played pictures of Hull House famous settlement house- in Chicago founded by Juno Acldams, and some snapshots of Miss Addam? and of counselors at the camp. During the social hour the group sang "Happy Birthday" to a life member. Mrs Will Weisbrod. whose eighty-fourth birthday was the next day. Hostesses serving refreshments" were Mrs E C. Weisbrod. Mrs J. A. Schwartz. Mrs Ed. Schlei, and Mrs Philip Wander. Five uut-of-state guest? and one lowan were Mrs Shelbv Weisbrod and daughter Karon Dell, of Phoenix. Ariz.: Mrs Tycr O. Lively of Spring. Tex.: Mrs W. E. Stoeber of Mesa, An/... Miss Carrie Hciclen of Duluth. Minn; and Florence Weisbrod 01 DCS Moincs. Shower Honors Miss Friedrich, Bride-To-Be Fenlon — was honored Caroline Friedrich at a miscellaneous shower Friday evening at St. John's Lutheran church parlors. Mrs Kenneth Johnson was in charge- of the program: Judy Jent/ sang 'It Is No Secret': Mrs Howard Bierstedt read a poem 'The T'-Ht-hrrs If: Joanne Mitchell pliiVfd a p'ano MI|H ,mri a musical number was DI esented I.y Mrs Howard Bierstedt. Mrs Robert Mitchell. Mrs Joe K-mna. Mr<= Dariel! Dreyer. Mrs Jack Gcririr! and Mrs Kenneth Johnson: Mr:-' ia r"ad a <umrnarv of Car's life: Mrs Jack Gerhart 'Wither Thou Goest' and thr a-n closed with Mr* EH r reading several poem 1 --. olin sany Eye Catcher" Stops Many Travelers At Bierstedt|Farm | —»nn«g| When Mrs C. L. Bierstedt of Fenton asked her husband to buy the church replica float used in the 1954 Kossuth Centennial parade, little did she realize that a year later she would have her farm yard dotted with miniature figures. Mr Biersledt answered the question with the familiar phrase, "It. costs too much!" But, Mrs Biersledt had made up her mind. If she couldn't have that one, she'd make one of her own, which she did. The church is fashioned after the St. John's Evangelical Lutheran church of Fenton. Mrs Bierstedt had always been handy with the saw and hammer as well as having an artistic vein. From the church she expanded to a complete family church scene. To the right of the churc-h, pictured above, is a father and mother with their two daughters riding in a carriage. Next, the bride and bridegroom on their way to be married: a lumberwagon built according to the way Mis Bierstedt and her family went to church v/hen she was a child; and then the last item in lic-r collection, a replica of one of the first autos. Patterns for all the people and wagons were done freehand by Mrs Bierstedt. The horses were done from a pattern Mrs Bierstedt ran across while traveling. In the background can be seen a well which she built using old bricks from their chimney which was torn down. Cutting out of the wooden figures was all done by her with nothing more than a co- pen saw. The Bierstedts have an electric saw, but Mrs Bierstedt confesses that she just can't manipulate one. Their home, which is located on highway 44 just two miles north of Fenton, has had many people stop along the roadside to view the fascinating handiwork. Mrs Bierstedt has people from a distance register in a book and these total more than 250 including names from Cana- da and Kansas. Just last Monday Mrs Bierstedt counted 23 cars that stopped. For an idea that steadily has grown in only a year's time, Mrs Bicrstrclt may someday haw; a yard that, will bo known from coast to coast.. (Upper Des Moint-s Newsphoto) Assisting Caroline L'if!.- were Mrs Darre with her Drcvfr. COSTS 2/jtfss 36" Sickle Bar costs 16 the price of same size Reel or Whirling Blade Mowers. Fart cutting too! The lightweight, •«lf-propelled Jari Power Scythe makes easy work of tough cutting. Year 'Round Snow Plow. Reel and Sprayer attachments available. v*l Vlttt ut! Soonl Mi s Jark lien co WEISBROD IMPLEMENT K G Me-.-es wei Bierstedt. stf.lt. Howard Boichardt, Allan rel Drevor, Kirni-r-. II. Jen'/. He J"h:i.-on.. Kl.iU: Mitchell and M:.- | Kemna Robert Victor Ervin Mes'iames Ci;<r- Ferdinand Bier- Bierstedt. ()\\> Bollinger. Dar Jack Gerhard. Harok: "vey H'-nricks! n. Fred ena Je:>t/. Kcnneti' Ait Kressm. G u s H< rbi-Tt Kiwise. J>ie . K i Mi-yr. Kd Mitche!!. Ernest Struieker. Al Krau.- 1 -. Duan John Ruser. Will Emiers an Ohm and Will JeiUx. Mlt.'hel. Mueller. WiHiett. Dreyer. Ed FENTON Mr and Mrs Kcnnclh Halvcr- sun. Merle and Barbara returned Saturday from a two week vacation, part of which was spent i at .-i Bible t arr.p near Minnea pi>l:>. and the res! a sight-seeing FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Phone 3 Re§. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto I Tractor Repair* FENTON, IA. Good Food Good Coffee HOME CAFE V/ I We Have I (/*• Free Delivery of FELCO FEEDS in Ton Lots. Also Free Delivery on Bulk *>-** FELCO FiED Save $12 to $15 per ton Be Your Own Salesman and Earn On Your Own Feed Also Truck Delivery on Bulk Ground Feed FENTON CO-OP. ELEV. "Where You Trade With Yourself" trip through the Black Hills and points of interest in Colorado. While in Colorado, they were Guests of the Ray Ahlbrandt family at Fort Collins and Mrs Laura McCutchen at Denver. Enroute home, they visited with Mr and Mrs Alfred Berkland at Wahoo, Neb. Dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth Friday evening were Mrs Fred Newel and daughter. Beth Ann. and their house guests. Mr and Mrs T. O. Livelv of Spring. Texas: Florence Weisbrod of Des Moines and her parents. Mr and Mrs Will Weisbrod; and the Dilsworths' house guests. Luclla Newel of Chicago, who has been in Fent(>n for three weeks, and E. J. Newel and son John, of Davenport. Mr and Mrs Clayton Ditsworlh were hosts at supper Sunday evening in honor of thtir house guests, E. J. Newel nnd son John, of Davenport and Luella Newel of Chicago. Other quests were Mr ;>nd M;s Earl Dean and Mr and Mr- Everett Dreyer and son E. J. Newel and son John, of Davenport left Monday morning for their home after having visited since Thursday in the Clayton Ditsworth home and attending to business affairs in this Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halver.-•un. Merle and Barbara attended the Gilhriiigh famiy reunion Sun- ii.iv .-it Giaottmger. Mr and Mrs George Jorgenson, Jr art six-riding a two week vaca- tii n at Leecii Lake. Minn. Scoutmaster Gilbert Scribner and a group of t)-,e local scouts enjoyed a carnp out at Iowa ],;>ke. Saturday night and Sun- dav. Mr and Mrs Shelby Weisbrod and daughter Kanm of Phoenix, Ari? were honored guests at a picnic supper Saturdav evening, which also included Mr and Mrs Dale We:sbr<->d and girls. Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and fa:r.i!v. Mr and Mrs Ed B:uhn | a:..-i Mr and Mis Martin H;.nu!- man, Mr nnd Mrs Tyler Lively of Sp; ing. Tex. have been guests of jMis .Ie-.-ie Newel and Beth Ann. | Mr and Mrs Dean Cannon and • f;.:v..ly are .-pending several d.'.y; jv;.-i'..ng rel.ttivi's and friends al ! Cre-e >. i Mr and Mrs Hilbert Hantelman and I'Mil of Mankat". Mmr... and Mi- Hulda Baennan of Pabncr -pe:i* SuncL.y with Fontun reln- tive.-; In t'ne evening. the j Han'.i l:v.an families enjoyed a i picnic to : -:eth.er. Glenn Hantri- ! -nan letuined honie with the 1L1- | bert H..n!( ltv:;iii> fui a week visit. j Bessie and Ruth Meyers re| turned to the.r hioine at Frceport. ill!, .ifur .-pi'ndmg a week with | their sister and hu.-band, Mr aiu 1 , 1 Mr.- Phil Wander. Enroute to Iowa ! thev visited several days with i '.he.: nephew and family, the j Carroi Wander.-- .»'. Bloommgton, I 111. i Mr and Mrs Lester Gade and I "ill- i.f C'ncagu and Mr and Mrs j Herman Gade and Larry ft' Fen. ton were ?"rida>' evening dinner I gue-t> in the Norman Fmne>tau i Herman Holder of Waterloo w.i* a guc>t last weekend ;n ti'.e ! WiUiaii: Fisclu-r liome. ! Mr and Mrs Phil Wander spent ] M.nv.lay of last week in F'urt i Dinner guests last Saturday in '. '! e Ner'nan Finiu'stad I'.ome were 1 Mr and Mrs Art Geit/enauer and I family nf Lincoln, Neb. and Mr land Mis John Geit/enauer of ?"enton. Mr and Mrs Marvin Nissen. Phillip. Mark and Scott of Mil; lord were last Sundav afternoon and evening guests in the Clar- ence Yager home. Mr and Mrs Lyle Weisbrod have moved into the home they recently purchased from Rosie Weisbrod. Mr and Mrs Otto Ohm. who have been living in this home moved into the home vacated by the Lyle Weisbrods. Mr and Mrs Don Sleinberger and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Harold Lutz home at Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs and Larry of Titonka were last Monday evening visitors in the PiOelf Miller home. Mr and Mrs Shelby Weisbrot- and daughter Karon, of Phoenix. Ariz, arrived last week for a visit with Fenton relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family were Sunday dinner guests in the parental Art Mueller home. AnrJng those from this vie- initv who have called on Albert Wolfgram at the Harvey Higley home in Fairmont, during this past week, to extend best wishes in observance of his 93rd birthday have been Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family. Mrs Art Mueller. Mrs Geotge Jentz and Mrs ! Ella Hanna. ! William Voigt, Peggy and Lois i were Sundav visitors in the J. C. Kuck and Calvin Voigt home at Crystal Lake. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller spent Wednesday of last week in the Carl Veer home at Adams, Minn. The Baas family reunion was held last Sunday at Sylvania t Park> in Fairmont with over 100'in attendance. Attending from this vicinity were Mr and Mrs Norman Finnestad, Mr and Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer and familv, Mr and Mrs Otto Wichtendahl. Mr nnd Mrs Wilmcr Wichtendahl. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bellinger, Mr I and Mrs Ervin Bruhn and fam- ilv, Sharon Eigler. Mr and Mr? Henry Bruhn and Mildred. Mr and Mrs Howard Bruhn and Vickie and Mr and Mrs Rudolph Hannover. Mr and Mrs Albin Nelson of Tempo. Ariz, arrived Friday fo,- a visit with relatives and friend; . in tliis vicinity and also at Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbroc 1 , Pamela nnd Nariine left Sunday for a sight-seeing vacation in eastern Canada. Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys and Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and girls spent several days this past week vacationing at Sand Bar Beach at Spirit Lake. The band students of Fenton, Seneca and Lone Rock are reminded to be sure to make use of CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends who turned in the fire alarm and also the Fire Department for their prompt action. John Munch. their treat tickets before Monday. Aug. 22. The tickets arc good at any of the Fenton places. The tickets will be collected on . _ , , .-, ,,_ , Aug. 22. and after this, they wiL ^ ach «? 1 a " d J^ 3 ^- Wednesday no longer be valid ' Mrs Martha Rath spent the day at the Huriburt home. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard Mary Lee's fifth birthday were Mr and Mrs John Munch and Jackie, Mr and Mrs Charles Osborn of Fenton; Mr and Mrs Bob Peterson of Mason City and Mrs Ronald Christensen and girls. Rachael and Mary Hurlburt spent Monday with Charlene Handfelt at the Roy Zunkel home. Joyce Jensen spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs George Murphy have adopted a baby girl. The little girl, who arrived at the Murphy home July 29 is named Mary Theresa. The Murphy's al.su have an adopted son. John. Coming Events Thursday. Aug. 11 — Depew Fellowship circle; Friendly Neighbor.-; Mabel circle. Friday, Aug. 12 — Legion Auxiliary. Monday. Aug. 15 — Commu- nitv Club. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 94 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 Ed. Rahmstock Of Lone Rock Rites Monday Lone Rock — Edward Rahm- stock. 63-year-old father of Mrs Wilfred Radig, passed away Thursday afternoon at the Radig home where he had been ill for some time and confined to bed lor the last several weeks. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 1:00 at St Paul's Lutheran church in Lakota with Rev. Mienke officiating. Survivors include his wife, Mrs Rose Rahmstock. daughters, Mrs Wilfred Radig, Lone Rock; Mrs Ted V'era, Algona; a brother, Arnold Rahmstock, Cleveland, Ohio; sisters, Mrs A. L. Andrew, Walker, Minn.; Mrs H. R. Williams, Mili waukee, Wis. ; Saturday dinner guests at the I home of Mrs Emma Hurlburt j were Mrs Mary Bates, Mr and j Mrs Don Moore and family of i Phoenix, Ariz, and Mrs Dale j Schroeder nnd Susan and Mrs Elj don Marlow. : Sunday afternoon callers at the 1 Milton Madison home in honor of and family, Mrs Maude Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Elmer Frank, Swea City, enjoyed a picnic supper at Silver Lake. Mr and Mrs Eugene Pruitt and family of Washington. D. C. are visiting at the home of her parents, the Ornie Behrends. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger, Janet and Kermit, visited from Friday till Sunday in Salem and De Smet, S. D. Mrs Loretta Gapp of Salem returned home with them for a visit. Mr and Mrs Don Moore and family, Mrs Mary Bates of Phoenix, Ariz., left for their home Wednesday after spending ten days at the Eldon Marlow home and visiting other friends and relatives here. Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and Connie attended the Heidenwitii reunion at Call park in Algona Sunday. Mr and Mrs Merwin Marlow. Mr and Mrs Hugh Marlow spent Sunday afternoon in Dolliver visiting the Victor- Whalens. Sunday dinner guests at the Sieb Behrends home were Mr and 'Mrs Roy Behrends and son of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs Donald Bierstedt and family of Algona. Mrs Ella Sigsbee and Howard of Burt. Afternoon callers were Mr anci Mrs Ornie Behrends and Mr and Mrs Eugene Pruitt and family. Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow were met at Tuttle lake Sunday by Mr and Mrs Pat Sanders and" Mr and Mrs Melvin Engelbart of Elmore and all enjoyed a picnic dinner. Ralph Richards left last Sunday for National Guard duty at Camp Ripley. Minn. Mr and Mrs Frank Ryerson of Burt called Friday evening at the M. O. Richards home. Sunday Mr and Mrs Richards were dinner guests at the Kenneth Richards home. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey and family were guests Sunday at the Roy Pehrson home in Swea City. Dinner guests Sunday at the Alfred Schipull home were M: and Mrs Gerald Wiggans, Mr ami Mrs Carl Gates of Fort Dods^: Mr and Mrs Mike Boge of Laverne. Mr and Mrs Ralph C. Thompson and Lavonne were supper guests Thursday evening of Mr and Mrs Jim Elsbecker at Bancroft. Mr and Mrs George Brinkman. Ruth Klarr and daughter Norma Jean of Mason City were clin- rrer guests Sunday at the Wallace McArthur home. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Glenn Zwiefel and family, Mr and Mjb Melvin Dutton of Burt. Mr and Mrs Melvin Kueck and daughter Cynthia, of Des Monies spent over the weekend at the parental Henry Kueck home. Sunday afternoon they all attended the Heidenwith reunion at Call Park in Algona. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchar:! and Jonathan were dinner and supper guests at the Wuoclrow Pettit home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Eldon Warnke and Roger of Yale. la.; Mr Buela'n Gammelgaaid of Ringsted weie guests for dinner Sunday at th:> Leslie Johnson home. Bob and Jim Warnke returned home after spending the week at the Johnson home. Mr and Mrs Gordon Blanchard and family of Mason City spent Saturday with his mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard. Kathy Blanchard returned home after visiting last week with her grandmother. You Can Plan His Future TODAY The Years Fly By From Infancy To School Days. See Your Dreams For His Future Come True . . . Start Saving For It Today i A SAVINGS ACCOUNT ADDED TO REGULARLY WILL GROW WITH YOUR CHILD. FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK Armstrong & Fenton, Iowa OUTSHINES Gives a better lustre * Lasts longer * Gives more protection * Costs less LET US PUT SPRAY GLAZE ON YOUR CAR NOW Hansen's FENTON ON HIGHWAY 44 NOTICE! NOTICE! NOTICE! Sell Us Your Eggs We Pay Top Premium Prices For Your Eggs STARTING MONDAY, AUG. 15 We have hired a licensed candler and grader to give the people of the Fenton area and surrounding territory better service and prices for their eggs, Remember - We Pay Top Premium Prices! CASH WHILE YOU WAIT Dick's Meat & Grocery Phone 40 Fenton la Phone 40

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