The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1966
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' AUGUST 111966 i i • Card of Thanks | Fenton 4-H Girls Present Style Show We want to thank all friends and neighbors for acts of kindness and special thanks to Rev. Spicer and Rev. Vehling for their visits and prayers during the illness and death of our mother. The family of Helena Luedtke. (61*) Ex-Fenton Farmer Now In Ag Research Program Is Your House Running a FEVER? ZON01ITE Stops Heat Kifcp your horn* up to 13* eeoUr oH •umm«r (cut wlnttr fu«| bllli up to 40%) with Zonollt* brand vtrmlcullu Attic (mutation. D« th» job yountlf In ont afternoon. «ik for FREE ESTIMATI on how much you'll nted INSULATE HOW WITH ZONOLITEI FENTON LUMBER CO. (58 & 61) FENTON - The Fenton Forwards held their Achievement Show Aug. 3rd, and also presented a style show, modeling their clothes projects for the past year. The girls chosen to model at the county fair were Junior, Susan Bierle, Intermediate, Debra Bierle and the 1st runner-up was Diana Mills, Senior, Marlys Wichtendahl and 1st runner up was Judy Wolter. Anne Krause and Evelyn Bierstedt gave a demonstration which they had previously given at the Algona Methodist church where they were judged along with several others. Lunch was served. Sewer Study FENTON - The Fenton Town Council met last Monday evening and voted to hire a group to make a preliminary study for a sewer project for the city. The council also approved the new budget for 1967. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 889-2796 RIN6STED 866-1006 866-1001 866-1970 NOTICE: On Monday, August 15, a survey crew will be in Fenton making an Elevation Survey. Please permit them to enter your premises. Town of Fenton W. W. Jolley • Mayor FENTON - Eugene Mansager, former Fenton area farmer, has received his bachelor of science degree from Bemidji State College and is now employed by the U. S. Department of Agriculture at the Metabolism and Radiation Research Laboratory, University Station, Fargo, No. Dak. Mr. Mansager's position is that of a research assistant. The work in this laboratory involves the study of long term effects of Herbicides, pesticides and insecticides used In agriculture. Their main Interest is how these chemicals are metabolized by plants, animals, and insects, the residues which remain and the effects these residues will have on the future of mankind. Mr. Mansager also will be doing graduate work at North Dakota State University. The family is residing at Fargo. Funeral Held Tuesday For Crash Victim FENTON - Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at Immanuel Lutheran church at Lotts Creek for Mrs. Sophia Baas Wichtendahl, 83, who died in a car crash Saturday morning. Mrs. Wichtendahl was born August 16, 1882 at Addlson, Illinois. She married Otto Wichtendahl on March 3, 1907 at Immanuel Lutheran church at Lotts Creek. They farmed at Lotts Creek until their retirement to Fenton several years ago. Mr. Wichtendahl pre-* ceded his wife in death. Survivors include four children Edwin and Wllmar of Lone Rock, Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger (Hilda) of Fenton and Mrs. Tom Fickbohm (Dorothy) of New Hampton. There are 20 surviving grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Two sisters also survive, They are Mrs. John Geitzenauer of Fenton and Mrs. Ida Wehr- span of Aurelia. Rev. Arnold Vehling officiated at the church cemetery. Pallbearers were grandsons, Wayne and Norman Bollinger, Roger and Richard Fickbohm, Leon Wichtendahl, and Larry Strayer as proxy for Darrel Wichtendahl, who Is on duty with the Army In Germany and unable to be here for the funeral. - o BOEVER REUNION The Boever Family Reunion Thursday, Friday, Saturday Specials WILDERNESS PIE MIX. .4 LEMON, RAISIN, FRENCH APPLE No. 2 cans ORANGE DRINK 3 YACHT CLUB DELICIOUS APRICOTS. 4 No. 2 cans JACK SPRAT OLEO 5lbs. $1 TOP VALU ICE CREAM . 1 /2 gal, 59c afPRIEBE'S IN FENTON FRESH GRAPES and PEARS 19c Ib. VAN CAMP'S PORK & BEAKS 5 No. 2 cans MANDARIN ORANGES 4 11 oz. cans BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR THE TWO FREE LAWN CHAIRS TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT OUR STORE SAT. NITE - 8;00 i I SALT 26 02. PRIEBE S. STORE FENTON - PHONE 889-2271 was held recently at the Fenton Community Center, with the following persons In attendance: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown of Galena, m., Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Kern of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boevers and family of Mankato, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. James Dodds and family of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krause and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Borchardt, Carrie Voight and Amanda Kern. - o - The Fairville Ladies Aid met Thursday with Rev. Bliss leading the devotions and the discussion on Amos. The group voted to have a Guest Day with guests of their choice at their regular October meeting. Lois Wegener and Delores Elmers gave reports on the LWML Convention they attended at Lake Okoboji. Guests of the group were Mrs. Richard Bell and Mrs. John Wegener. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Gilbert Bleckwenn and Mrs. Lloyd Bleckwenn. Mr. and Mrs. H. L Holmes and son Gary from St. Louis, Missouri, and Mrs. Ruby Holmes of Livermore visited this past week with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Reimers. Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wegener were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Yerix from Palm Desert, Cal., Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Wegener and family of Spencer and Mrs. Duane Mattheson, Duane, Brenda and Barbara of Bode. Mrs. Merle Voigt and Mrs. Dale Voigt were omitted from the list of hostesses for the Shaw shower last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Green, Charles and Kathleen of Titusville, Flordia, visited at the Fred Mortensen home Thursday. They werp enroute ihome from Lodge Grass, Montana, where they attended the funerals of four relatives of Mr. Green, including his mother and sisters, who had been killed in an auto accident. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James spent several days last week visiting in Kansas City. They visited Mrs. Voigt's brother and family, the Bob Geigels. James Voigt, son of the Gerald Voigts, spent the weekend at the State C.A.R, Convention at Lake Okoboji. James is the State Registar. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and Kris and Debra Bollinger were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Grienert. Lone Rock Lady Suffers Broken Leg In Fall LONE ROCK - Mrs. Hattie Shaser of rural Lone Rock fell August 1 and broke her leg. She is in Holy Family hospital at mmmmmmmmmmmmm Publtthtd By Th« Upper Dtt MofftM J Publishing. Co., Alaono. lewo I JOAN BOlllNOW • Nftwt Editor 5 Estherville. Mrs. Shaser is 86 and makes her home with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser. - o - PLAN PICNIC Lone Rock American Legion anrl Auxiliary and families will have a joint picnic Aug. 14 at the Fenton park. In case of rain it will be held at the Lone Rock Legion hall. The picnic will be a pot-luck noon meal with drinks furnished by the Legion. The next meeting of the Lone Rock Auxiliary will be Sept. 7. - o - ROCKETS MET The Lone Rock Lively Rockets, girls 4-H group held their Achievement Award program Thursday evening at the Lone Rock Legion hall. The sewing achievements of the group were judged by Mrs. Henry Looft of Seneca, and Mrs. Thoreson of Swea City. There were eight sewing entries including skirts, dresses, housecoat, formal, etc. All entries were judged worthy of going to the Kossuth Co. Fair. The program for the evening included a good groom'ng contest. Each girl modeled a dress she had made and was judged on the dress and her grooming. Winners of the contest were: senior division, Kathy Binzen; junior division, Brenda Bernhard; intermediate division, Linda Doocy. Each girl brought a dessert she had made to help with the refreshments for the evening. Mrs. Robert Binzen is the leader. Mrs. Maude Blanchard celebrated her 85th birthday at her home with the following guests: Mesdames Frank Flaig, Carl Peterson, Jack Quinn, Ruth Krueger, Henry Schroeder, Jim Long, Andrew Thomsen. Mrs. Willard Quinn of Castro Valley, Calif, and baby, Cara, returned home this week after visiting relatives in the area, Mrs. Quinn's father, P. H. McNertney of Bancroft, and also with her husband's parents, Mr. and M"s. Jack Quinn, Lone Rock. Mrs. W. E. Colwell, Algona, entertained Mrs. Jess Blanchard, Mrs. Curtis Olson and Mrs. Eugene Pruitt for an evening of bridge, to celebrate Mrs. Blanchard's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mullins left to return to their home in Phoenix, Ariz. Thursday. They have been visiting Mrs. Mullin's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt. Mrs. Mullins teaches the 4th grade in Phoenix and Mr. Mullins is employed by a bank there. Seneca Area 4-H Clubs Pick Fair Entries SENECA - The Seneca Stars 4-H club held their achievement show at the Lone Rock Legion hall July 29 at 7:30 p.m. Hostesses for the event were Linda Sue Kracht, Cathy Bergum, Kathy Merill and Ann Fortney. The group had 57 exhibits in clothing, home improvement, and food and nutrition projects which were judged by Mrs, Gertude Gutknecht of LakotaandMrs SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Ftnron, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building * Remodeling PHONE 889-2281 Ftnton, lowq Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 889-2248 Residence 889-2353 Ftnton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Solei & Service Phont 889-2713 FEN =RIENDLY TON, IOWA Henry Looft to be entered in county fair competition. Winners in the dress revue contest were Susan Fortney, Barbara Andre and Anna Menz. The Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-H Clubheld their local achievement show at the Lone Rock Legion Hall July 27. The ex- hiblsts were judged by Mrs. Cecil Thoreson and Mrs. Henry Looft. The group will enter 46 exhibits in competion with other county exhibits at the Kossuth County Fair. Dress revue winnerswere Brenda Bernhard, Linda Doocy and Kathy Benxin. - o - Hev. and Mrs. Paul Mork and sons of Glendale, Cal., also Otto Wilberg of Rlngsted spent Thursday at the Henry Wilbergs. The Morks arc enjoying a months vacation from their pastorate at Glendale and are presently visiting a sister and family, the Robert Bcrklamls of St. IMul. The Otto Wilbergs accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch drove to Casa Granda, Ariz, along with their son and family, the Robert Crouchs, and sjwnt a short vacation helping them get settled in Uieir new home. While there, they visited Mr. Crouch's cousins and families, the Kenneth and Roy Bakers, also the Henry Winders. They returned home Wednesday. Robert Crouch, who has been living In Ida Grove where he has been teaching in the English department, has accepted a similar position at Casa Granda. Ronald Behrends, C PA employed at Auburn, visited with the Vernon Wilbergs one day before Vernon's wedding. Ronald was unable to attend the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gingrich and three daughters of the rural Tltonka area moved last week to the farm southwest of 26 C I I I I Thurtday, Augutf 11, 1966 Algona (la.) Uppor DM MolnM-3 Seneca where the Marlin Wege- ners formerly lived. The farm is now owned and operated by the Leonard and Joe Maddens. Mr. Gengrich Is employed by Bob Mitchell in his implement store at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Looft, Sara and Tom of Rochester, Minn. si*nt Uie early part of the week .it ttie Henry Loofts. Sunday dinner f-uests of John, Bertha and Oscar Oleson included Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hoeln, Becky and Brian, Mrs. AHwrt Dauielson and Michael, Mrs. Ar- tluir Sorenson, John and Faith, Mrs. John Nelson, all from Armstrong. The dinner honored Mrs Chiir Olson. Seneca Stars 4-H club inem- l>ers and their loaders, Mrs. Nina Kracht and i;nuidd;uightcr Kiiren and Mrs. Robert Fortney s|H.>nt the weekend at Arnolds Park, L;ike OkoNiji. Members in attemlance included Anna Menz, Rose Mary, Sus;i!) and Ann Fortm.'V, Linda Kracht, Btwerly Jensen, Kathy Merrill, Patricia Dri'ycr, Cm-rim. 1 Jolin- son, Audrey, Catliy and Carrie Ik'rpim and Barbara Andre. 4-H families unjuyini: a Sunday picnic at S\vea City included the Kenneth Andres, Sheldon Merrill, Rolwrt Fortney, Claude Johnson, Nina Kracht and Kiiren, Clarence Mcnz, Audrey, Cathy, Carrie and Tom Bernini. 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