The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1956 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 11, 1956
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Richard Fett Services At Corwith Church Dec. 5 LuV>rii* — Richard Dean Fett, son of Mr and Mrs Forest F. Felt, was born on June 21, 1936 at Lu- Verne, and passed away on Sunday, Dec. 2, at the age of 26 years, five months and 11 days. Ho grew up and attended schools in the LuVeine community. To the family and his many friends, he was known ns ''Mort." On March 19, 1955, he war nailed in marriage to Miss Joanr Cook-nan of Mason City. To'thi> union two starts \vere born: Rodney Dean, age, 14 months anc 1 Hieky Dalo. two 'months. The,\ iruide their home in Mason City where he was employed by tlic I'lti-rnatiunal Fortili7or Comp.'iny. Besides his wife and two sons he is survived by his parents, Mr and Mrs Forest F. Fett of Lu- Verne; five brothers, Alfred, Don aid and Dan-el of LuVerne, Wil l:i,rd of Mason City and James of Al}-,'ona; and five sisters: Lela Mrs Jerald Richardson of Britt: Vei-a, Mrs Albert Fish of Corwith- Ettu, Mrs John A fixer. Jr., of Fort Dodge; Doris, Mrs Orlo Steward of Buncombe; and Eon nie Fett of LuVerne. Also surviving are three nieces and IT nephews and a number of aunt; and uncles, besides a large number of friends. He was preceded in death by Ihree sisters and one brother. Funeral services for Richard Dean Fett. were held at 1:30 p.m in the Blake funeral home in Lu- Verne, Wednesday, Dec. 5, and at 2 p.m. in the Grace Baptist church in Corwith with the Rev Gourde S. KnuUson officiating. Attendants were Jerry Richardson, Arlo Stewart, Albert Fish Allen Coonquist, John Artzcr and Leonard Cookman. Lloyd Stroup sang, .accompanied by Mrs Johr Camelin. Inturment was in the Corwith Cemetery. Relatives from away for the sol vices were Mr and Mrs Marvin Santee. Mrs Alice Kraft, Mi and Mrs Charkv Bi.c'elow of Rockwell City: Mr and Mrs Glen Kinney, Minburn: Mr and Mrs L. R. Santee, Perry; Mr ;M,d Mrs Hubert Santee and Sharon Santee. Lavonne :md Neal, Mrs Richarc Santee, Nora Springs, all relatives of Mrs Forest F. Fett. Relatives of Forest Felt, were Mr and Mrs A. K. Mettert am son Tommy: Mr and Mrs Robert Metterl; Richard Fett and hi> sir.tei-. Mrs VYnvne Yowdcr am Mr Don Metterl all ot Fort Wavno. Ind. W.S.C.S. Circles Mee! Circles of lite Woman's Society of Christian Service met Wednesday as follows: •" Circle J, held its Christmas party in the home of Mrs Olla Godfrey and daughter Miss Rub ye Godfrey, Fifteen members and two guests, 1 Mrs Cecilc Wermersen. Sioux Falls, S. D. and Mrs Emma Schmidt -resent. A 'devotional service was led by Mrs Irvin Jergensen. 'Christmas i-eiki* ings were given b" Mrs Jess- Jei-gensen. Mrs Loyd Larson conducted a Christmas quiz with prizes awarded. Mrs Gbdfrej played several numbers on her violin accompanied tty> Miss Ru< bye. A box of SFdcvd; Nv'as made ready to- send to- ' Fi-iendship Haven,'Fort Dodge. Pot-luck refreshments were served. Circle 2, met in Ihe home oi Mrs. Jessie Sanford. Mrs Wayne Stanford was a guesl. M* - s Perc> Brink led Ihe devolion's.- MrsflSarl Neal had charge of the Christmas; program of readings and coulests! The circle is selling hand ' knit wash clothes as a. project. , Mrs Jessie Sariford, circle chairman was presented with a gift of a box cf stalionery. She- -moves soon to Badger., Hostesses were' Mrs Albert A. . Schipull, i Mr; Ralph Stoll, Mrs^A. Web'eiy Mrs George A.iEggleston, Mrg/Adani Zweifel and Mrs "Sani'ord. '• Circle 3, held its Christmas party in the rooms of the Meth odist church • with Mrs Georg' Wolf and Mrs 0. M. Will in charge of the entertainmenl. Mrs Wprthie Usher was a guesl Money was collected to send tc the Children's Home in Iowa City. Pot-luck refreshments w^-re served. Zion Aid Meets The Ladies Aid Society mel Thursday afternoon in the rooms of the 2von Evangelical Lutherai church. In attendance were; 31 me.Tibers and two guests, Mr: Aria Gifford and Mrs Milton Wilhelm. The newly-elected officers foi year 1957 were duly installed b> the Rev. Louis Wittenburn. They are. president, Mrs Herman •sehulz; vice president Mrs Charles Brown: secretary, Mrs Roberl Nielson and treasurer, Mrs Roberl G. H. Blumer. The 195r calendars were read and approved. Plans were made for,Ihe annual Christmas party to be held Wedn2sday, December 12 Mrs T/elljp O. TTessp and Mrs Blumer are in charge of the gift project. . The surprise number was a guessing contest in t-hafge ^of Mrs Henry Pergandc and Mrs Wayne Pergande with prize awarded to Mrs Harold Nielson Jr. The Aid Society planted pint? trees by the church bulletin board last year, and they ate now lighted wh'th stars on lop for the Vu'letid6 sealson. Lbws Hosts To Highs The lows of Itfe Birthday Club were hostess to the highs Wed- n'esday evening in the home of Mrs Edward .Dehnert. Hostesses- Were Mrs Dehnert, .Mrs S. R Baker, Mrs John A.-Ramus, Mrs Arthur W. Dim lor and Mrs Harry Lichty. Mrs Cecile Wermersen of Sioux Falls, S. D., was a guest The - birthdays of Mrs Dehnert and Mrs Dimler we're observed and each received a gift. At the play of bridge, honors Mrs Hugh Shirk, Mrs Duanc- Neal and Mrs Adam Zweifel. THe>, group then enjoyed a gif' (jxehtifige, fuTJowC'd I by refreshments. , ';-••- \\ World Service' Group met . : The Woman's 1 Society of World Set vice met in the -i s ooms of th'e Evangelical United Bret h r e n church Thursday afternoon, with Mrs Fred Merkle presiding. Mrs Andrew Marty had charge of the opening thoueht and the group enjoyed.Christmas carols. The devotional service was led by Mrs Lawrence Marty and the lesson study given by Mrs Orville Hurlburt. Mrs Ella Waito offered the closing prayer. Mrs Merkte. then offered prayer for those pverseasfi Emma Krause, -hostess, .server" refreshments. Mr and Mrs Robert Nielson celebrated . their third wedding anniversary Thursday, Dec. 6 with, a dinner at the Gold Coasl. Fort Dodge thai evening for members of their wedding party. Guests were Mr and Mrs- Dale Zentner, Mr and Mrs Harold Nielson Jr., LuVerne, Dr. anc' Mrs Norman Hesse, Ren wick and Mr and Mrs Dairell Nielsen o! Clear Lake. Mrs. Kate Barton visited tin- past week in the home of he* daughter. Mi- and Mrs Hardgrove and family Dodge. Mrs Herman home Wednesday Minn., where she in the home of her daughter, M' ana-Mrs Earl Gnmbach and family. She went to assist in tht care of Kathe Lynn Gronbacr born Novembi r 25. Mr and Mrs Denni'-- Carroll IXvii-h in Fort Schulz arrived from Hay field. visited ten dav- Tuesday, Oeeembet 11, 195* Algeoo (la.) lift** 6ei of LuVerne and her brother and sister'-in-law, Mr and Mrs Nick Arntior'ref 'of St. Benedict have returned 1 from a week's visit in Chicago with Mr and Mrs Paul Rieser in Downers Grove, sister of Mrs Can-oil and Mr Arndorfer. While there they visited the. 1ft-. ternational Livestock Show and Ihe Brooklyn Zoo. , Ear] Janssen went to Iowa City where he brought their seven year old son Donald home. Donald has been a patient at the University hospital the past 3 months and undeiwent surgery while there. Mrs Martha Godfrey has now rented her farm acres to Elmer Ktibly for the year 1957. Mr and Mrs Wilder Rockwood and twins, Elaine and Eleanor visited his mother, Mrs Roy Green and Mr Green in Hampron, recently. Mrs Albert Genrich has gone to Sioux City to care for her sister, Mrs Blanche Shoemaker, who recently underwent surgery there. Their nephew Donald Cameron • came to take Mrs Genrich lo Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Harold Wolf, Mrs G&jrge Wolf and Mrs Bernard Wolf attended the funeral services for Sally Jo Shultz, daughter of their cousins, Dr. and Mrs J. E. Shultz in Pella, Monday, Dec. 3. Mrs Guy Giddings relumed Wednesday from a trip by air to New Haven, Conn., where she went November 15 to visit her .son, Mr and Mrs Junior Giddings. Their daughter Linda who had visited her grandparents here the pasl three month, returned to her home wilh Mrs Giddings. En- route home she visiled her brothers George Ketzcnberg in Avenel, New Jersey and Ralph Ketzenberg in Chicago, 111., and their families. 63th At Hillsboro, Mr and Mrs Joe Wilson have recently observed their sixtieth wedding -anniversary. The average annual consumption of meat per person in Ihe U.S. is in excess of 150 pounds. The first historical park established by the Federal Government was Morrislowft National Park in New Jersey. GIVE HIM A Self-Winding WATCH BUTLER Stainless steel case with expansion bracelet; luminous; 17 jewels; waterproof. STARTING AT $29.50 FARMERS Your lawyer has sent out tax information forms for your 1956 income tax. If you have not received yours — see your lawyer. KOSSUTH COUNTY BAR ASSN. 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