The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 19, 1967 · Page 6
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JAN. 19,1967 ifettt<w • Publfthed By The Upper Det Molnet J I Publlihlng Co., Algona, Iowa I MRS. RAY UTHOf Ntwi Editor I l Emil C Weisbrod Dies In California Rites Set For Thursday In Fenton Church FENTON - Emil C. Weisbrod, 85, widely knowi retired farmer wha his made his home in Fenton for many years, anj in recent years spont the winter in Long Beach, Calif., suffered a fatal heart attack last Saturday while playing shuffleboard at the Long Beach Municipal Park. Funeral services were to be held today (Thursday), at 2 p. m. at the Fenton Methodist church, with Rev. Russell Eldridge officiating. Burial will twin the church cemetery. Pallbearers were being selected. Mrs. Weisbrod, in a call to the Thomas Funeral Homo, which Is handling arrangements, said she was flying back with the body and expected to arrive in Fenton Tuesday afternoon. Whether or not the weather conditions interrupted this schedule was not known at this writing (Tuesday). Mr. Weisbrod was one of Fenton's outstanding citizens. His family all preceded him in death, and during his lifetime he and his wife lent a helping hand In numerous ways to youngsters In the community. They had no children of their own. They were lifelong members of the Fenton Methodist church. - o - SERVICES AT RINGSTED Agatha Hansen, 86, who died in California whsre she had made her horn? for a mm' er of years, was buried Wednesday in St. John's Lutheran cemetery, Rlng- sted, following services there. Mrs. Dagman Christensen of Ringsted is a sister. NEW STANDARD HUMIDIFIER Adds needed moisture to dry, heated air • Automatic humidistat • High humidity output • 10 gallon capacity • Rustproof tank • Easy to fill and clean • PortablR, attractive • Top grill and side vents provide indirect airflow without drafts MARK VIII STANDARD CONSOLE HUMIDIFIER Maintains proper indoor humidity-automatically -for comfortable wintertime living. The right amount of moisture helps you feel better. Lowers heating costs. Prolongs life of furnishings, house plants. Reduces static electricity. A quiet, attractive economical way to humidify your entire home for comfortable living. Stoeber Hardware Fenton, Iowa Now's your chance! Move up to a brand new New Jdea spreader at rock-bottom prices! We're out to clear our inventory. All types and sizes! Easy financing available—and we're trading big, to boot! Sale is now in progress — so come on in! For the spreader you've always needed, ASK US! ON RIGHT NOW I MID-WINTER SPREADER SALEI WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON, IOWA Fenfon Clubs Have Variety Of Meetings FENTON - Tne Friendly Neighbors Club met Thursday, Jan. 12, at the home of Mrs. Rueben Luedtke with Mrs. Hans Baago as assistant hostess. Edith Laage gave a reading entitled "May I Fill Your Coffee Cup?" Hilda Bollinger and Lizzie Meyer conducted games and awarded prizes. Since it was Hilda Bellinger's birthday that day, the hostesses presented her with a birthday cake after which the club sang Happy Birthday. The Fenton Wornm's Club mnt at the homo of M -s. Ernest Huske Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 10. Mrs. Edw. Brulm was co-hostess. The program oomm.'ttee \ns Mrs. Homor Matthiesen and Mrs. Jake Schwartz. Fifteen members answered roll call "A plastic article I use most in mj home.' Guests were Edith Laage and Mrs. F. C. Prcul. Tne club president, Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt, conducted the business meeting. The card chairman reported that 40 Christmas cards were sent to service men and shut-ins. Mrs. Homer Matthiesen Introduced Mrs. L. L. Snyder of Algona. She told about the adoptio.i of their two little Korean daughters, Sara, 5, and Lori, 4. The little girls were present and dressed in Korean cos'umes. Mrs. Snyder told of the trip to Korea via plane, also the red tape connected with adoption by American couples and others. She s'lowed colored slides of many interesting places, Inmns, people, products of the farms and culture of the land. Lunch was served by the hostesses. February meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Lester Weisbrod with Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, co- hostess. • The Fenton Forward 4-H Club met Monday evening, Jan. 9, at the home of Barbara and Donna Baxter. Julie Wegener joined the club as a new moml>er. All members were present. The February meeting will be at the home of Susan and Debra Bierle with a foreign exchange student from Thailand as guest speaker. Each member is to bringaguest. Bridal Shower Honors Fenton Girl, Jan. 15 FENTON •- A miscellaneous shower honoring Janean Zwiefel, bride-to-be of Larry Bierstedt, was held at the Mfthodist church parlor, Sun jay, Jan, 15. at 2p.m. Mrs. Henley Zwiefel had charge of the program which was opened by a prayer by Rev. Russel Eldridge. Brian Gerhart gave a piano selection followed by a short skit by Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel and Darrel Zwiefel. Dale Eldridge and Mary Lou Larson sang the Hawaiian Wedding Song, accompanied by Delana Votteler. Mrs. Arlo Ranney gave a humorous reading, Mary Menke had a few words of advice for the groom, Brenda Menz gave a piano selection and Fern Laabs gave a reading "I Kissed Her In Ths Rain", and Evelyn Bierstedt gave a short reading, Hostesses were Mrs. Clarence Arbogast, Mrs. David Berkland, Mrs. Hilbsrt Bierstedt, Mrs. Cliff Douglas, Mrs. Jack Gerhart, Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom, Mrs. E. A. Helland, Mis. EugeneHus- kamp, Mrs. Geo. M. Jorgensen, Mrs, Wilfred Laibs, Mrs. Earl Lufkin, Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mrs. Fred Movtenson, Mrs.Lyle Newel, Mrs. Opal Root, Mrs. Wendell Rusch, Mrs. Marold Schlei, Mrs. DonShaw, M'.s. Wilfred Stoeber, Mrs. S. E. Straley, Mrs. Dale Voigt, Mrs. Derwood Voigt, Mrs. Merle Voigt, Mrs. Rex Wolfe, Mrs. Clarence Yager, Mrs. Jeromo Zwiefel and Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel. US. oil companies give away about 150,000,000 road maps each year at a cost of about $15,000,000. Pick Sentral Musicians For Special Events FENTON - Sentral students participating in tha honor band at Swea City Jan. 30 are Audrey Bergum, Kathryn Biersted., Dale Eldridge, M: ry Lou Larsen, Janell Newbrough, Gary Rath, Ervin Root, Ricky Shaw.Candace Vaudt, Susan Blanchard, Mary Ellen Dltsworth, Patricia Dreyer, Jackie Jones, Margo Rusch, Carl Prlebe and Greg Jones. Auditions for chairs at the 12th annual northwest BairJ- m;.sters Festival Band were held Saturday, Jan. 14 at Storm Lake with the following results: Mary LOJ Larsen, a 4-year member winning 1st chair in the bass clarinet section; Mary Ellen DHsworth, a 2-year member, winning a chair in the 1st clarinet section; Kathryn Bierstedt, a 3- yaar member, winning a chair in the 2nd clarinet section; and Ricky Shaw, a 1st year member, winning a chair in the drum section. Mr. and Mrs. Bemie Berkland, Linda and Beverly, and Virtus Fedderson spent Sunday in Ames with the Berklands son, Mark, a student there. - o - Mrs. Emma R«imers was host to the Monday 500 club Monday afternoon. There were two tables in play. Mrs. Carl Beck and Mrs. Walt Pertl were guests. Mrs. Carl Beck won high prize and Mrs. Ella Waite second high. Mrs. Wm. Elmers was p'.ea- santly surprised Tuesday evening when her daughter Mrs. Eugene Huiskey called from Italy to wish her a Happy Birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Huiskey have been touring Europe since June. Tuesday evening callers of Mrs. Elmers for her birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Elmers, Mrs. Hernvji Struecker and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Huison. Mrs. Jo'.m Waite, Chairman of the March of Dimes for Fenton, announces there will be no house to house campaign this year. There will be millers sent to each homo and coin boxes placed in the business places. Recent guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske were her brothers Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Olson, Mrs. Gern Huisnann and Miss Lillian Olson of Spencer. Monday evening supper guests of Edward Mitchsll, were Rev. and Mrs. Hex splcer, MissKathy DeVan, Miss Nina DeVan, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyer, Miss Lizzie Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Henricksen, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Uthof, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Manley and girls, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof joined the group later in the evening. A miscellaneous shower is being planned for Mrs. Anthony Micile, form?rly Peggy Voigt, at the Fenton Methodist Church, Sunday, January 22 at 2 p.m. Everyone is welcome. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON, IOWA YOUR DEALER FOR CULTIVATORS with "ADJUSTO-PITCH"* and "LIVE-LEAF" Shank Action! COVER UP TO y 3 MORE GROUND WITH YOUR PRESENT POWER 1 Exclusive "ADJUSTO-PITCH" feature with Live-Action shanks makes Glencoe the top performing Cultivator in any field—with sweeps or shovels, for any crop or soil. 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A generous milk supply for bigger, belter litters and body, weight maintenance for healthin- sows, aix- natural results when Felco :V^° 0 Sow Supplement is. a part of vour sow feeding program. COME IN SOON FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Two Lutheran Church Groups Held Meetings FENTON - Trm Lutheran Layman League of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, met Tues- diy evening with Emil Bierstedts and Bennle Berklands as hostesses. The League decided to sponsor a trip of the confirmation class to visit a church college. Rev. Spicer presented the topic by showing a film entitled Disciples of Christ. Election of officers was held with new officers as follows: James Meyer, vice chairman; program committee - Jamas Myer, Vic Struecker, Mrs. Wm. Hantelman and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt. Officers re-elected were Calvin Vaudt, chairman; Mrs. Vic S:ruecker, secretary; and Mrs. Bennle Berkland, treasurer. The league presented Rev. Spicer with a birthday cake as CARD OF THANKS For the many com'orting acts of neighbors and friends during our recent bereavement, we publicly express our thanks. Your many acts of kindness will long be remembered. TheBenHansen Family. (5*) 6-Algono (la.) Upper Dei MoJnei Thursday, Jan. 19, 1967 Houiewarming Party Tuesday was his birthday. The Ladies Aid of St. John's Lutheran church met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Olaf Norland, Mrs. Omar Lenning and Mrs. Theo Ostwild as hostesses. Mrs. Normal) Finnestad, new president, presided at the January meeting. Rev. Spicer presented the topic on Judaism, The president asked that everyone should look over the dishes in the church basement and take them home if they are theirs. Mrs. Fritz Newbrough was accepted as a new member. There were three visitors present. -o- The Thursday aftefnoon bridge club met with Mrs. Rzx Wolfe January 12. Mrs. Amos Finnested wonhtgh, Mrs. Chirles Newel second high, and Mrs. Ernest Voettler, low. Sentral Band Mothers met Monday evening with Mrs. Warren Jones, and Mrs. Win Knoll as hostesses . Plans were m;de for the Pops Concert to be held March 14, there will be no reservation this year but tickets will be sold in advance. People Puchasing tickets in advance will be assured of a seat on the floor, those purchasing tickets that evening may have to sit on the stage. FENTON -Twenty-eight members of St. Luke's Ladies Aid of Falrville held ahousewarming party last week Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Lucille Frink who recently moved from her farm to Algona. The afternoon was spent playing court whist. The group presented her with a gift. Mrs. Marvin Ackerson and Mrs. Ervin Luedtke called on Mrs. Ronald Chrischllles Tuesday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chris- chilles, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener of Burt and Mrs. Roger Ulses and Randy. Graveside Rites FENTON - Graveside rites were held Thursday, Jan. 12, at St. John's church cemetery for Gary Thilges, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thilges. Gary was born Jan. 9 at Holy Family hospital and passed away a short time later. He Is survived by his parents, three brothers and one sister. Services were conducted by Rev. Rex Spicer and Thomas Funeral Home of Fenton was in charge of arrangements. EXCITING VALUES Jllew EARLY SPRING DRESSES with a new and delightful POINT OF VIEW FOR 1967 LOVELY DACRON & COTTONS! Solid Pima Dacrons Avril-Dacron Checks Woven Dacron Plaids Blended Dacron Pas-tels Sparkling Printed Dacrons GUARANTEED FOR WASH N'WEAR! Frilly styles, classic shirtwaists, exciting two- piece suits, pleated models, cute A-line skimmers. With smart collars & necklines, roll-up cuffs, % sleeves, empire waists, and action backs. Lavish Schiffli and lace trims. WIDE SWING SKIRTS I FLATTERING SHEATHS! 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