The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1955 · Page 32
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1955
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Mil AlbtfH HAIVIHSON '*, New* Editor ifenian September 1,195 5 Published By tha Uppif t>M Molrte* Publishing Co., Aigona, (owe Emil Dreyer, 84, Dies In Charles City August 26 Fenton—Funeral services wcro held Monday afternoon for Emil Dreyer at St. John's Lutheran church, Charles City. Mr Dreyer. who was 84 years of age, died Friday morning. Aug. 2fi at the home of his daughter, Mrs Henry Hoeft. Death was attributed to a heart condition, Mr Dreyer was only ill for about two weeks. Emil Dreyer was born June 28, 1871 at Cedar Falls, the son of Mr and Mrs Henry Dreyer. As a boy, the family moved to Fenton. Mr Dreyer, spent about half of his life in the Fenton community where he farmed, later moving to Charles City where he continued farming. While a.resident of the Fenton community, Mr Dreyer was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton. Mr Dreyer was married to Elvina Dau of Whittemore. She preceded him in death about 24 years and since that time. Mr Dreyer has made his home with his daughter, Mrs Henry Hoeft. Surviving are his children. Mrs Hoeft of Charles City, George Dreyer of Texas and Mrs Peter Laniipe of Charles City. Also eight / grandchildren ;»'nd eight great grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his brothers, Will, Louis, Herman and Ernest Dreyer and his sister, Mary, Mrs Frank Newel. Those attending the funeral LONGER LASTING BETTER LOOKING services from Fenton were Mrs Minnie Dreyer. Mr and Mrs Art Krause, Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer, Mrs Elsie Dreyer. Frank Dreyer, Ray Dreyer, Harold Dreyer, and Mr and Mrs Rueben Lucdtke. A large number 01 relatives and fricnds from the Whittemore vicinity were also in attendance. Parents Of Son Mr and Mrs Mervin Jcntz are the parsnts of a son born Thursday, Aug. 25, at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville. He weighed 5 Ibs. 7 oz. and has been named Jeefry Lynn. The little lad arrived on the birthday of his little brother Joel, who is just one year old. 87th Birthday Sunday afternoon guests in the Ben Mitchell home in observance of Ben's 87th birthday were Mr and Mrs Martin Olson, Mr and Mrs Arnold Olson and family, Mr and Mrs Maynard Olson and family. Mr and Mrs Rudy Christiansen and family, Mr and Mrs Merle Flint and family, Mr and Mrs Ole Pedcrson, Mr and Mrs Dale Long and family, Mr and Mrs Emil Bleckwenn. Mr and Mrs Milford Mitchell, Mr .and Mrs Pete Yelick and Karen of Kalamazoo, Mich.; Mr and Mrs John Micklick, Bobby and Caroline of Northwood. Evening guests were Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Dale Mitchell and Mark, Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and Lynnora Ann, Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joan. ^ HOUSE vm •' 351 DAWN GRAY Long famous for its beauty and durability, Pratt & Lambert House Paint can make your home the best looking house on the street. It stays clean and keeps its new look longer as it stubbornly resists time and •weather. For modern exterior color planning, come in and see the beautiful, new colors. TIME PURCHASE PLAN IIOMPSON YARDS BUILDING MATERIALS & PLANS Fenton. Iowa Gil Scribner, Mgr, Mr and Mrs William Thompson, Judy and Bob of Chicago; and Mr and Mrs Joe Thompson of Albuquerque, N. M. were honored guests at a picnic Sunday, with others attending, Mr and Mrs erharcl Hantelman and family, Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and ,irls, Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman and Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn Mrs O. C. Cole of Kenyon, Minn., and Miss Kathryn Cayne of Albert Lea and St. Mary's Point, Stillwater, Minn, were overnight guests in the Clayton Ditsworth homo Monday. Miss Gayne and Mrs Ditsworth are ^teachers in the Kenyon high school. Mr and Mrs Harvey Long of Trenton, New Jersey arrived Tuesday for several days visit with the Henry Wilberg family. Mrs Scott DeSarl was the happy person to receive the $60 at the Fenton Saturday night drawing this past week. A name will be drawn for $15 this Saturday evening, Sept. 3 at 9:30 p.m. Misses Edith Laage and Florence Weisbrod have returned to Des Moines where they will resume their teaching duties at their respective schools. Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz, Edith Laage and Helen Quinn, the latter of Owatonna, Minn, spent several days this past week sightseeing at the Black Hills and Badlands of South Dakota. They left Wednesday morning and re- NOTICE EGG PICKUP ROUTE IS NOW IN OPERATION CALL 40 IN FENTON ,» We will come to your farm, pick up your eggs and give you the guaranteed HIGHEST PRICES FOR EGGS. PHONE 40 IN FENTON DICK'S MARKET & GROCERY FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY turned home Saturday night. The Woman's Society of Christian Serivcc will meet today, September 1st with hostesses Mrs Dale Weisbrod, Mrs Everett Hartman. Mrs Marion Stucki, and Mrs Gerald Gochenour. Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman and Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe were Tuesday supper guests in the Jack Tieman home at Burt. Mr and Mrs Art Voigt and Mr and Mrs Walt Widdel were Sunday supper guests in the W. R. Wolfe home. Roger Dreyer of the Fenlon 4-H Progressive Club won a three day trip to the State Fair at DCS Moincs as one of the four for the Kossuth County Judging Team. The boys, accompanied by Bob Johnson, Extension Director, left from Algona Monday and returned Wednesday. The Dau reunion was held Sunday at the Whittemore Lutheran church basement. There were over 100 in attendance. Those from the Fenton locality were Mrs Minnie Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Art Krause, Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger, Mr and Mrs Darrel Dreyer and family, Mr and Mrs Larry Alt, Marilyn and Kathryn and Judy Jentz. A group of the local Methodist men attended the Men's Retruav. held at the Methodist Camp ground at Clear Lake Fri'day evening. Billy V/eisbrod arrived home Monday after a two month's vacation spent with relatives. He spent one week with the R. O. Berkes at Fort Worth, Texas, and since July 4th has been with the Layton Bchnes at Wichita, Kan. He returned to Des Moines by train where he was met by his mother, Mrs Don Weisbrod, and they returned to Fenton together. Mrs Weisbrod has been at the Chestnutwood home in Winterset the past couple weeks. Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyers were Sunday dinner guests in the L. J. Weisbrod home. Mr Weisbrod was observing his 77th birthday. Mr and Mrs Jacque Otto and girls of DeWitt left Tuesday morning after a week's visit in ths parental Henry Schulte home. Sunday evening dinner guests in the Schulte home were Mr ana Mrs Otto and girls and Mr and Mrs Howard Schulte and family. Nancy Widdel of Ringsted was a guest of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Walter Widdel from Thursday evening untjl Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Donald Shaw and family spent last weekend in Minneapolis in the home of her sister, Mr and Mrs Bob Johansen. Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel met Mrs Wallace Anderson of Ketchikan, Alaska at the Minneapolis airport Sunday morning. Mrs Anderson came for the funeral of her father, Leslie Ross of Algona. Mr and Mrs Delbert Geiizen- auer and family were Monday supper guests in the Norman Fin- I nestad home. Sunday dinner guests in the Albert Mitchell home wore Mr and Mrs Chester Skaar and family of Primghar, Mr and Mrs Donald Skaar and Becky of Lake Mills; Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Dale Mitchell and Mark and Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and Lynnora Ann. Ingrid and Monica Turesko of Fairmont, Minn, children of Mrs Virgil Finnestad spent this past week in the Norman Finnestad home. Barbara Turesko, their sister, spent the week in the Lloyd Finnestad* home. Mrs William Hantelman and children spent fiom Friday to Sunday evening in the parental W. B. Schmidtke home at Morristown, Minn. Mrs Charles Hannon and daughter Leora of Long Beach, Cal. accompanied them home for a visit. Mrs Hannon is a sister of Mrs Hantelman. Mrs Floyd Twedt and daughter Nancy, of Nevada, la. were guests in the Lloyd Sunde home Friday to Monday. Mr and Mrs Don Boevers spent this past week at Vacation Village on West Okoboji Lake. Rev. and Mrs Wilfred Borne, Gretch:.>n and Mary of Chicago were guests in the Wilfred Stoeber home Wednesday to Saturday of this last week. On Friday the Sloebers and their guests visited in the Clifford Anderson home at Williams. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Sunde attended funeral services for Elmer Hoevet Saturday afternoon at the Trinity Lutheran church at Tn- Mont, Minn. Sunday supper guests in the Norman Finnestad home were Mr and Mrs Howard Finnostad, Mr and Mrs Virgil Finnestad and lamily of Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Wayne Finnestad and Janice and Mr and Mrs Ferdie Mueller Jr. and family. Home Cole At Fenton Sold To A Ringsted Man Fenton—John and Alvina Fhuf completed a deal last week in which the Home Cafe in Fenlon was sold to Leo Roy of Ringsted, who has taken over management, assisted by his parents, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Roy. Mr and Mrs Fhur have been owners and operators of the Home Cafe for the past seven years. They intend to continue to make their home in Fenion. 'Le Roy has been out of military service for six months. His folks have been operating the Ringsted Cafe. Saturday, Sept. 3, the new owners are holding an Open House and invite everyone to stop in and enjoy free coffee and doughnuts from 1 to 8 p.m. Fenton Host To W.S.C.S.Area Seminar, Sept. 6 FenJon—The first of a series of five Seminars of the Algona district of the W.S.C.S. will bg held in F.?nton on Tuesday, Sept. 6 in the Methodist church. All members of the Fenton society are urged to attend the all day meeting which begins with registration at nine o'clock. A luncheon at noon will be served by the local society. All district officers expect to bi present, 'including Mrs Clarence- Osborn of Fenton, who is secretary of Missionary personnel and scheduled to speak during the afternoon. Miss Fern Carlson of Estherville, former F.ent-o'r. teacher, is secretary of the Wesleyan Service Guild. College, Dec'orah, Ia.;< Roger Osborn who will be a junior at Simpson College at Indiaftola, la.; James Osborn, Who will be a sophomore at Waldorf College, Forest City, la.; Jerry Crouch, a junior at Iowa State College at Ames; and Phyllis Kauffman, who will enroll at Simpson college. Mrs Ted Jensen and daughter, Jill and Becky Jo have been visiting at the home of her mother and other relatives at Canton, Ohio, for the past three weeks. Mr and Mrs Lyle England and family returned home Saturday afternoon after having taken a sightseeing trip through the Black Hills in South Dakota. Mrs Wm. Gilchrist and son Billy, of St. Joseph, Mo., accompanied by a friend, Mrs Wiger- small, visited from Friday night until Monday morning at the parental, O. R. Patterson home. Their visit was a day cut short due to the fact that Billy plays in the Little League Baseball Tournament games and one was scheduled for Monday night. Mr and Mrs Jim Rasmussen and family of Kansas City were Monday visitors at the Oscar Patterson home. The Rasmussens were enroute home from northern Minnesota whers they had been on a fishing trip. Several young people from this community attended the State Fair over .the weekend. Among them were Larry Men*, Jerry Wilberg, Gail, Ronald Johannesen, and Virgil Gardner. P. H. Petersen, who has been ill and confined to v his bed the past few days, is feeling much better. The Johannesen family gathered at the home of Tilda Johannesen last Wednesday evening and surprised her, it being her birthday. She entertained by- shewing pictures taken while on her trip to the Holy Land. Mr and Mrs C. O. Bailey drove to Louisburg, Mo., Aug. 17, where they visited at the home of their daughter and family, the Sheldon Merrills Jr. Bierstedts Back From Colo. Trip Fefitbri —Mr.and Mrs Emil Bierstedt returned from a two weeks' sightseeing trip to Denver and Colorado Springs, recently. They drove up Mt. Evans, which is the highest highway in the tJ. S. and visited many other points of interest in the Rocky Mountains. They visited several days in the Edmund Hafemeister home in Denver, and took in a Western League ball game. Enroute home they also visited in the R. M. Eggerling home at Blue Hill. Neb. Infant Baptized Jeanne Marie, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Seely waj baptized Sunday, Aug. 21, in Sir. John's Lutheran church. Sponsors were Mrs 'Wayne Boettchep and Ervin Seely. Witness for Mrs Boettcher was Mrs Eugeno •Vaudt. Mr and Mrs Fred Boettcher entertained at dinner the following: Mr and Mrs Frank Seely and family, Mrs Clara Seely. Mr and Mrs Ervin Seeiy and James of Marshalltown and Mr and Mrs Eugene Vaudt and BANCROFT Mr and Mrs Tex Hammerstrom and family, Miami, Fla. who have been visiting relatives here and at Burt returned to their home Monday. Mr and Mrs Leon Clement and Bill Clement of Hettinger, N. D. spent a week with their sister, Mrs Bess Connelly. Don Williams, Omaha, John and Richard Menke and Bill Dudding went to Chicago Friday where they spent the weekend and attended the baseball series. Mr and Mrs William Kennedy are the parents of a daughter born recently at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Charles Baker and Mrs Nellis Lupin attended funeral services Monday afternoon for Mark Baker, four years old son of Mr and Mrs Darwin Baker, at Fort Dodge. Mark was injured fatally when run over by a car a few days before, Mrs Charles McGuire and Tom, Mrs Eula Saunders were at For; Dodge, Thursday, where'they attended funeral services for an uncle. , Whittemore News Mr and Mrs Eldon Fehr and son of Rodman were Sunday dinner guests at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Greinert. Mr ,and Mrs Dale Mains and daughters of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Mains parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck. Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer and son Eldon Ray, Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and sons of here and Mr and Mrs Leonard Meyer and sons of Rodman and Mrs Ruth Schultz spent Sunday evening with Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz to celebrate Mrs Schultz's birth- .day. Mr and Mrs Oscar Wilde of Brookfield, 111., spent Tuesday to Wednesday of last week with Mr and Mrs "Herman Behnkc. The Wildes were benefactors of Mr Behnke when he was in training at Great Lakes Training Camp at Waukegan, 111., in world war II. Maurice and Mary Emily Bor- rnann, Mark Kollasch, David Kollasch and Eileen Kollasch. spent the past week at the Ozarks. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and funeral Directors f Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Ut With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 Plan Labor Day Air Show Benefit At Emmetsburg The Emmetsburg airport will be the scene of a huge Labor Day Air Show ,put on by the Sky Kings Air Show for the benefit of John Fitzpatrick. Fitzpatrick, an Emmetsburg boy and one of their regular stuntsmen. broke his back at Mankato, Minn., Aug. 14th, when his 'chute failed to open properly. Daredevil stuntsmen from all ,. •, - »xr- -Q ( v, v,. r . ,„ over the countrv, who are person- lamily and Miss Bertha Kin^m. a] fricnds Qf ^ F j tzpatr £ k will thrill the crowds with their flying and stunts. In addition to the Sky Kings, the show will feature Howard Li- bcrsky, a close friend and one of the nation's top air performers, who does a trapeze act from a low flying airplane and picks up a handkerchief from one foot above the ground. Also appearing will be "Upside- Down" Timm, who received his name due to the fac't that most of his maneuvers are done from an Doris Nielsen Is Hostess To '52 GradsOf Seneca Seneca — Doris Nielsen was hostess at a reunion of her classmates, the 'Class of '52, at her home Friday evening. Enjoying the courtesy were Dorothy Oftedahl, LeAnn Olsen, Mary Lou Klocko, Robert Reutzcl and Dick Looft. Other guests included Mr and Mrs Meryin Nielsen. Entertainment consisted of games after which refreshments were enjoyed. GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROO Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER itf*. Phen» 3 lot. Phon« $0 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. i. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phont 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto I Tractpr Repqirf FENTON, IA. Good Food G(?od Coffee HOME CAFE Tuttle Lake Reunion Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen and family attended a family gathering and picnic at Tuttle Lake last Sunday. Others present inlcuded Mr and Mrs Wayne Hunt and children and Mrs Laulia Jenkins from Ohio; Mr and Mrs Clem Dotson, Mr and Mrs Gail Dotson, Mr and Mr* Norval Gochanour, all of Armstrong; Mr and Mrs Frank Woodbeck, Esther Adams and children of Clare, la.; Mr and Mrs Sam Miligi and family and Mi and Mrs Clifford Woodbeck anc family of Emmetsburg; Mr and Mrs Merlin Dotson and family of Ringsted; Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson and family of Swea City; and Mr and Mrs Emmett Eastman and Mr and Mrs Orville Clinton rnd family of Estherville. upside-down position, as his high powered ship is equipped with an inverted system. Fitzpatrick, who has been flying since 1938, purchased his first plane for $175.00. The plane was powered with a souped-up Model- A Ford motor. He made his first parachute jump July 4th, 194!) over his father's farm near Emmetsburg. The Emmetsburg airport, lying southwest of Emmetsburg, will also be the meeting poinj. for private aircraft from "all over northern Iowa and southern Minnesota. Closed Labor Day Fenton —By action of the Board of Education, the schools in the Sentral Community School District will be closed all day, Sept. 5, in observance of Labor Day. BURT NEWS The Fortnightly Club met with Mrs Walter Lockwood Friday afternoon. Gordon Carlisle of Lincoln. Neb. was a recent weekend visitor at the Earl Ackerman home. Mr Carlisle is a brother of Mrs Ackerman. , Mr and Mrs Oliver Harriman of Des Moines were Saturday supper guests at the George HawcoU 'home calling on Mrs Bertha Wallace that evening. Mrs Harriman is a niece of Mrs HawcoU. Mr and Mrs Calvin Stone were in town Tuesday and Wednesday packing their household goods as 'they moved from the Schrader house to Boone where Mr Stone has accepted a teaching position. Rev. and Mrs John Riebhoff left Tuesday for their homo in Kingston, New York, after visiting the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Lance Riebhoff, and other relatives here. Rev. Riebhoff spoke from the Methodist pulpit Sunday in the absence of Rev. Bcarse. Mr and Mrs Donald Hammerstrom and children of Miami, Fla., left Tuesday for home, after spending some 10 days with tIn- former's parents the Russell Ham- merstroms and other relatives here. Mrs Hammerstrom is the former Vtrl June Higgins. Guests the first of the week at the W. W. Boettcher home were Mrs Esther Weselman and daughter Martha of Calmar. Mr and Mrs Wallace HawcoU .and Mr and Mrs Art Person spent Sunday in Des Moincs where they attended the reception for Mr and Mrs Harold Fischer Jr., at the Savery Hotel. They also visited the State Fair. Sheila and Kenneth HawcoU spent the day with their grandparents, the George Haweotts. Mrs Mary Zoller of Lakota visited Lottie Isenbergen lust week, before going on to Algona where she visited relatives. MILES Harold Jennings, Prairie City rural mail carrier, has completed 28 years of carrier service. He's traveled almost halt a million miles, enough to circle the eartli 15 or 20 times. ., UDM Want Ads Bring Results Coming Events Thursday, S'.-pt. 1 — WSCS; FaiiviJle Ladies Aid. Monday, Sept. 5 — Labor Day —•No School for the Sentral District. Thursday, Sept. 8 — Depew Fellowship circle: Friendly Neighbor club; Mabel circle of the WSCS. CARD OF THANKS 1 take tins way to thank all .ny iriends and relatives for the ; r ards anJ letters sent me while in tlii' Holv Family H<>:--niUil. Mrs K:"i Fi.»|r,. ' 33" Birthday Party Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen entertained last Monday afternoon in honor of their daughter, Dorothy's birthday. Guests in- eluded Marilyn and Carol Johannesen, Bonnie Mclntire, Lois Wilberg, Janice Osborn. Susan Bi'eese, Margaret Nielsen and Carol Hanisch. Guests for refreshments included Mrs Cecil Baldwin, Mrs C. O. Bailey and Mrs Bernard Jensen. Off For School Several young Senecans lef". this past week and will be leaving next week' either to continue their teaching duties or their college work. LeAnn Olsen returned to Cylinder where she is an elementary teacher; Dorothy Oftedahl resumed her teaching duties at Buffalo Center and LaVellc Kauffmun began teaching in the grades at Buffalo Center; and Jack Looft began his Urchin!; duties at Crystal Lake, where-he will teach Mathematics and have charge of high school athletics. Resuming their college work will h.> ri'rk l.iiof't. vim will begin his senior year at Luther STOP In Mi mneapo Its t the ANDREWS s ^\ Hotel you'll be glad you did In the very center of the city -» near depots, (theaters, whplesa,!* district and all shopping. 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