The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1956 · Page 39
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1956
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fml *n Earl Dean, 72, Rites Saturday At Fenton Fenton—Funeral services \vcre held Saturday afternoon, Feb. 4 at the Fenton Methodist church for Earl Francis Dean. Rev. C. C. Callahan officiated at the services. Thomas Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements and burial was in Greenwood cemetery at Bancroft. Pallbearers were Martin Hantelman, William Hantelman, Arthur Hengel, Arthur Mueller, Martin Ohm and Webber Yager. Earl Francis Dean was born at Rutland. la., on Feb. 20, 1884. When he was a year and a half old, he was adopted by Frank and Ida Dean. Afte; a few years, his foster mother died, but her parents, Mr and Mrs R. C. Hayes, assisted his foster father in his rearing. All three have since passed away. He spent his early yrnrs at Humboldt, where he received his schooling. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fcnton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 He was united in marriage with Ethel Battles and to this union four children were born. In 1919 he came to Fenton and on June 23, 1921, he was married lo Mrs Maude Ditsworth of Fenton where they have made their home. He was a member of the Modern Woodman of America and for many years had been engaged in carpentry worh. Mr Dean had been in poo: health for some time and on Jan 16 entered St. Ann hospital at Algona where he passed away on Wednesday evening, bob. ti. He would have been 72 years old on Feb. 20. He leaves his wife, Maude; one daughter Carrie, Mrs Can L-nris tiansen of Greenville, Term., three sons: Lawrence Earl Dean, Ladysmith, Wis.; Jewel Jay Dean, Eagle Bend, Minn.: and Ronald W. Dean, Maple Plain, Minn.; Five step-children: Reba Ditsworth, Eslherville: Clayton Ditsworth, Fenton; Glenn bits- worth, Shawnee, Okla.; Mrs Wallace Brown. Gruver; and Mrs Harlie Green, Citrus Height?. Calif.; one sister Daisy, Mrs William Davis, Humboldt; seven grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; besides other relatives and many friends. Out of town relatives and friends attending the funeral of Mr Dean included the following. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dean, Ladysmith, Wis.: Mr and Mrs Jewel Dean, Eagle Bend, Minn.: Ronald W. Dean, his son Leslie and daughter Darla. Long Lake, Minn.; Robert Dean and Larry Dean of St. Paul, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Emanuel Hunt and Mr and Mrs Wayne Hunt, Sibley; Mrs Gordan and Mrs Jor v geson, Humboldt; Mr and Mrs Ed Northrop, Hardy; Mr and Mrs Charles Bergeson, Terril; Mr and Mrs Newton Heiter and Mrs Lela Heiter, Algona; Mr and Mrs A. T. Heiter, Wolfe; W. C. Heiter, Mr and Mrs Claire Bellinger and Marilyn, Lone Rock; Raymond Ditsworth, Bancroft; Reba Ditsworth, Estherville; Mrs Wallace Brown and sons Russell, David and Ronald of Gruver; and Dwight Maidment, Estherville. Last Tuesday evening, Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener entertained their 500 club. Mr and Mrs Webber Yager, Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Marlin Yege- ner were guests. Mrs Webber Yager won high for the ladies and Mrs Herbert Krause had low. Webber Yager won high for the men and Larry Alt had low. Mrs STAINLESS STEEL TUB CARRIES A LIFETIME GUARANTEE MODEL A12C Here is absolutely tops in, Automatic Washer quality. From every standpoint — beauty, washing efficiency, durability, dependability— you're buying the best when you select this A12C Stainless See** tub Speed Queen. Yours for only $4.00 per wk. •will-in Sudt $av«r al tulra cotl. MODEL 90 Wrini.r Washer Here, also, is tops in the wringer line, proved in millions of homes. Washes up to 7 loads per hour, and gives you the most economical home laundering service you can buy. Yours for only $2.50 I'er wk. QVt£M As Advertised in Farm & Home Section STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON, IOWA t-Algona (ta.) Upper Oes Moines Tuesday, February 14, Fenton G. I. Shakes Hands With Secretary of Army Specialist Second Class Thomas H. Scribner (left), son of Mr and Mrs Gilbert A. Scribner Sr., Fenton, Iowa, meets Secretary of the Army, Wilbur M. Brucker, during the letter's recent visit to Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico. Specialist Scribner entered the Army in 1949 and was last stationed in Japan. (U. S. Army Photo) Lloyd Sunde w«\ the draw prize. Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyers wore Sunday guests in the Kern EleYick home at Jefferson, la. They witnessed the presentation of the Eagle Scout Award to Brian Elerick. The Eagle Scout award is the highest honor a boy can achieve in Scouting. Fenton relatives and friends in attendance at Open House in observance of the silver wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs El- tncr Lee at Estherville Sunday were Mr and Mrs Fred Fessler, Lowell Fessler, Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and Vernon, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara, Mr and Mrs Ole Oftcdahl and Evelyn and Mrs Carrie Jensen. Dinner and supper gues'is last Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs C. F. Wegener were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Sunde and family, Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger, Mr and Mrs Larry Alt and girls and Mr and Mrs Lester Theesfield and family. The Fanion Forward,4-H club met Monday evening with Ruth Miller. A talk on demonstration on how to make a pillow slip was given by Ruth Miller. Ruth also gave a picture talk. Joyce and Judy Voigt gave a demonstration on wood finishing. Alvina Miller was in charge of the entertainment. Lunch was served by the hostess and her mother. The Mabel Circle of ihe WSCS met Thursday afternoon with Mrs W. W. Jollcy with Mrs Alfred Meyers assisting hostess. Mrs Caleb Hartshorn was in charge of the devotions and Mrs Bill Haasc presented the lesson. Mrs Oliver Stoeber was a circle gut-st. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber. Rev. and Mrs C. C. Callahan, Mr and Mrs Lyle Newel, Mr and Mrs Eugene Huskamp, Mr and Mrs Clarence Osborn and Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod were guests of the Young Adults Sunday School Class meeting of (lie Emmetsburg Methodist church Sunday evening. The Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon with Mrs S* E. Straley. Plans wore discussed concerning the joint Legion- Auxiliary meeting to be held at Fonton in March. Mrs W. E. Lange gave a report on the Legislative' Bulletin. The two main issues discussed was concerning the increasing ot the Veteran's Benefit and the MaCarran-Walter Act on Immigration. Roger Dreyer, Jerry Waile and Dr. John Waite attended the Northwest Iowa Polled Hereford Show and sale in Sioux City last week Wednesday. The Depew Fellowship Circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs Ottu Solberg. Members of the circle packed boxes of used clothing fur the Mexico Mission. Mrs N.yles H eg gen was in charge of the (levuti.-.ns. Thank You letters were read from Anna Marie Mitchell and Rev. and Mrs Gerhard Vorland. Mrs Robert Huskamp and Mrs Robert Berkeland sang a duet. Saturday evening dinner guests in the Albert Mitchell home were Mr and Mrs Harvey Buenger and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and Lynnora. William VoigJ, who had been a patient at the Emmetsburg hospital since last Sunday afternoon, was taken by ambulance to a Rochester hospital Friday afternoon. Mrs C. F. Wegener entertained at Bridge last Monday afternoon. Mrs Alvin Zumach won high score prize. Mrs Ray Stoeber won second high score prize and Mrs Lloyd Sunde low. Mrs Webber Yager was a guest of the club. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy Ann of Lone Rock were Tuesday supper guests in the Oliver Stoeber home. Coming Events Wednesday, Feb. 13 — Band Mothers. Thursday, Feb. 16 — Independence Mixers; Blakjer WMF; Ruth Circle. Friday, Feb. 17—.Fenton Township Homemakers. Monday, Feb. 20 — Community Club. Tuesday, Feb. 21 — Town and Country Woman's Club. Wednesday, Feb. 22 — Ellen Circle. Whittemore 2nd Lt. Eugene R. Maahs and family arrived here from Dululh, Minn, where he is stationed at the Municipal Airport. Mr and Mrs Sam Mogler ot here accompanied by Mr and Mrs Nathan Mo?*lor of West Bend anrl Mr and Mrs Erwin Mogler ot OUosen were at Lester, la. where they attended the fortieth wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs John Mogler, a brother of Sam Mogler and the father of Nathan and Erwin Mogler last week Sunday. Mrs Louis Braatz received word here Tuesday of the death of her uncle, Ernest O. Herber, in San Francisco, Calif. Mr Herber was known all over the United States as a manufacturer of electric decks used in the larger cities in towers of municipal buildings. He also presented St. Paul's Luthi-'ran church,, and Dorothy Hosendahl with one of his smaller electric clocks. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Aurc-lia Leim-nger were Mr and -Mrs Earl Weaver and daughter, Faith, Mrs Adelia Meyer, Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmermann and sons Micky and Allen. Evening callers were FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROO Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bu>. Phone 3 Re*. Phont 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruike DENTIST Office Phon. 79 Rt*id«nc. 25 Fanton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor R«pair» FENTON, IA. HOME CAFE Leo Roy, Prop. Home Cooked Meals Mr and Mrs Otto Rubnke and Mr and Mrs Herman Zumach. Mr and Mrs Elroy J. Young and family of Sleepy Eye, Minn, spent the weekend with friends. Mr Young was the former boy's coach here in the Whittemore Public School, and is now teaching in Sleepy Eye. On Saturday night they were guests at the Milton Espe home and Sunday the Youngs and the Espes were dinner guests at the home of M) and Mrs feert Seely. Mr and Mrs George Meyer. Mi and Mrs Herman Voigt and Mi and Mrs Joe Nordselh we IT Thursday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom at Algona. Mr and Mrs Roger Yarbough of Storm Lake spent the weekend at the home of Mi-vand Mr? Henry Mueller, parents of Mrr Yarbough. Mr and Mrs John Baas wore Saturday evening guests at tin home of Mr and Mrs Kalph Ilcr- bers and on Tuesday evenin;. they visited at the home of M' and Mrs John Grotto in Algona Mr and Mrs Lawrence Keenc and daughter of Worthington Minn, spent at the home of Mi and Mrs Theodore Keene, parent- of Lawrence. Mr and Mrs Fred Kollasch and son Glenn, Mr and Mrs John M Farrell and Mr and Mrs Frank W. Elbert were Sunday dinnei guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Milo Kollasch in honor of the lat- ter's daughter, Karen Kay, who was baptized Sunday in St, Cecelia's church. Her sponsors .were Mrs John Farrell and Glenn Kollasch and Mr and Mrs Elbert are her grandparent?. Mr and Mrs Herman Kollasch entertained their Scatter Club Thursday evening. Carl Johnson and Mrs J. B. Geelan winning high, Raymond Elbert and Mrs Carl Johnson low, Joseph ^oebach received the travel prize. Mr and Mrs George Fandel Si- entertained their Pinochle Club at their home Monday evening. Daniel Foley and Mrs George r andel high, Leo Walters ana VIrs Marion Hyink, second high, "eorge Fandel and Mrs William Handel Sr. low, William Fanclol Sr. travel. Guests were Mr an-; 1 Mrs Marion Hyink, Daniel Foley and Marcella Fandel. Club 18 were entertained a' the home of Mrs Edward Kenyon. It was decided to have n social meeting in April, to which husbands and guests arc- to be invited. The lesson was given by Elliott Waldschmitt. Mrs Nick Hoch and Mrs Larry Devine. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS PHONE 1100 - YOUR NEWSPAPER *- > / f ' ^ JOIN THE NATIONAL GUARD Announce New Way To Shrink Painful Piles Science Finds Healing Substance That Does Both— Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids !Xcw York, N. Y. (Spcrlal) - For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to relieve pain—without^surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of nil —results were • o thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new hcnling substance (Bio-Dyne*) —discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name ['rcpnrntinn //.* At your druggist. Money back jruaranti-e. •lies. U. 3. r»t. off. WHAT MAKES I I INRAL MEAL A Favorite With Feeders? 1 Top Quality Ingredients 1 All The Proper Ingredients 1 The Results You Always Get 1 The Plus Factors In This Feed > The Quick and Right Finish You Get 4 Big Meat-Building Supplements All In One Bag — All At One Low Price On Sale Also At Algona Flour & Feed Co. Sargent & Co "Makers of Famous Sargent Feeds" HOW! A Kilowatt How of Power from • •, LESS THAN ONE POUND OP COAL The FIRST TIME in the History of The Utility Industry for this Record I Scientific efficiency chalks up a NEW HIGH SCORE! In 1927 it required nearly two pounds of coal to do what's now done with less than one pound — a rnet-e handful of coal. That's the scientific progress at work for the people of this country. A Family Service Reddy Kilowatt reminds you that his service is a family affair! Mom enjoys the way he takes the "work" out of housework. Dad uses power for his tools and his shaver. The youngsters enjoy electric toys. The whole gr > benefits from good electric liguung, refrigeration and so on. A Big Job — for a Small Price Reddy is your willing, faithful helper — always there, always "reddy." Thanks to science — which achieves such economy of operation and production—Reddy works for you at very low cost. He's still the BIGGEST BARGAIN in your household budget! Look what Reddy Can do with 1 KWH of Electric Power RUN A FAN 18 HOURS Banish heat and discomfort, give you healthful, refreshing relaxation. HEAT 7 GALLONS OF WATER / Plenty of hot water when you want it! A prime necessity - a healthful luxury. OPERATE FOOD FREEZER FOR 12 HOURS So useful — so practical! The modern way of storing food — saving food dollars. Reddy always helps you save! • Reddy Helps with You* laundry • Reddy lighlt Your Horn* • Reddy Htlpi Clepn Your Heuit • Rtddy Helps Cook A KWH of flectricity Rum a Hall-Ton Room Cooler for 1 Hour Reddy brings you mountain-fresh air that'* free of irritating pollen and duil — no matter how hot and muggy 'I 11 -' weather. And the cost is so Miuill! Thank Keddy Kilowatt for this big bargain in health and comfort! IOWA E1ECTU1C MGHTiPOVtCII

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