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MAY 29, 1962 •ubllthed 6y Th« Uppir BM Moth** PublUhlng Co., Alflona, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCK! Newt Editor Dinner Party Honors For Sentrai's Track Champs Fcnton — The Fenton Community Club and the Fenton Legion and the Lone Rock Community club honored the Sentral girls truck team and their coach, Lou Paulsen and his wife, at a dinner Wednesday evening at the Sirloin House in Fairmont. Six Fenton and Lone Rock couples, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Priebe, Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Borchardt, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Seegebarth and Mr. and Mrs. Art Priebo, representing the three clubs, drove for the group. Jim Lavanagh of KLGA radio presented the track team a trophy tor the state girls track team championship and one to Linda Ramus for placing first in the 60 yard low hurdles. Dorcas Circle The Dorcas Sewing Circle met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Amanda Kern. Seven members and two guests Mrs. Ernest Votteler and Mrs. Bessie Hartman were present. Confirmation Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mueller entertained at a confirmation dinner for their son Lowell on Sunday, May 20. Guests were Mrs. Martha Mueller, Mrs. Ida Lieb, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Lieb and family, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and family, Mr. and Mrs Bill Loss and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Frank- Jin Mueller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mueller and fam- ily, Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Berkland and fajnily, Mr and Mrs. Harvey Henriksen and family, Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Friedrich were afternoon callers. Hosts To Missionaries Tuesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell were Rev. and Mrs. Phil Hyland missionaries who are home on leave from Japan. The Hylands work with the Mitchell's daughter. Anna Marie in the Bible school at Shizuoka, Japan. Other dinner guests wore Rev. and Mrs. Oliver Johnson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood and family and Rev. Schiboe, Erskine. Minn. The Hylands spoke that evening at the Depew Lutheran church. Honor Graduate Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eari Lufkin after commencement, May 16, in honor of their daughter, Joanne were Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Walker and Ardith, Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Preul, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gowans, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tomlinson, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Jensvold and Mrs. Opal Root and Ervin. Community Club Sixteen members of the Fenton Community club met Monday evening, May 21 for their monthly dinner and meeting. They discussed honoring the Sentral girls track team and a committee was appointed to complete the arrangements. Virginia Circle .Met The Virginia Circle of the Methodist WSCS met Monday afternoon, May 21 at the home of Mrs. Amanda Kern with Mrs. Clarence Yager assisting hostess. Twenty-one members answered roll call. Mrs. Clarence Underwood led the de votions and Mrs. Verna Lovejoy presented the program. CQO «P«*7. NEVER BEFORE! SUCH QUALITY AT SUCH A LOW PRICE! • Tubular rims • Built-in kkkstond • Two-lone saddle Money saving bargain hunters will welcome the new Schwinn Typhoon . . . never before so much bike for so little money. Genuine Schwinn quality too. STOEBER HARDWARE Fenton, la. (21-22) On Sunday, May 20 Mr.' and Mrs. Reuben Luedtke entertained at a confirmation dinner for their on John. Guests were Mrs. Ernest Luedtke and Alice, Lone! Rock, Mildred Neilson, Albert Lea. | linn., Mrs. S. E. Dunlap, Tylei, Texas, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer anc rlarold. Mrs. Ray Ureyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orval Einspahr and family, Webster City, Mrs. Everett Dreyer, Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, Mr. Adotph Peril, Mr. anil Mrs. Walt Pertl and Ginger, Mr. and Mrs. William Boeltcher, Mary Rossiter, Forest City, Mrs. Rose Kraft, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs Melvin Pompe and family, Whitlemore. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lister. Wilson, Oklahoma, visited from May 19lh to 22nd with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lister. Monday niglit. May 14 .loanrt" Lufkin entertained her Sentra! high school senior classmates at a picnic supper at her home. Mr. and Mrs. George Ricks, Tito, ika, were Wednesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roelf Millor. Mrs. Ricks is Mrs. Miller's sister. May °.I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan were Mrs. Donald Nelson, West Union and Mrs. Emil Pierson, Lone Rock Mrs. Pierson is a sister and Mrs, Nelson a niece of Mrs. Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ricklefs and family, Titonka were Sunday- May 20 evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roelf Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Margo were Sunday, May 20 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lufkin entertained after baccalaureate May 13 in honor of their daughter Joanne. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Jpnsvold, Mr. and Mrs. G. J Jensvold, .Mr. and Mrs. Art Cody tind Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ruger entertained Wednesday evening, May 16 in honor of their son John's high school graduation. Guests were Mrs. Ida Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Habeger of West Bend, Mr. Walter Ruger and Tommy, of Lu- Verne and Miss Cheryl Ostwald, Whittemore. 4-Algona (Id.) Upper De4 Mftinei Tuesday, May 29, 1962 Is Graduate Of Mpls. Bible School Fenton — Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Halverson and Merle Halverson, who is employed at the Svanpe Landscape Service in Minneapolis, attended the graduation of their daughter and sister, Barbara from the Lutheran Bible Institute in Minneapolis on Friday evening, May 18. Miss Halverson is employed in Minneapolis at World Wide Pictures, a division of the Billy Graham Evangelistic association. FOR RENT New Idea Flail Type SPREADER Contact SQUEEZE EASE RENTALS Gerald Voigt — Fenton (19tf) I MODEL 1224 The VALIANT I FAMOUS ROTARY MOWER with FEATURES GALORE at an ECONOMY PRICE uts a full Equipped 'with Famous Flexor-Blade with ^ V Lifetime '•'.. -Crankshaft Smartly styled.,. .Steel construction, w|th reinforced' ' "• .,$tres$ points All, for the low $69,95 economy price of. . , ob mp|s _ J SEE IT TODAY ' STOEBER HARDWARE In Friendly Fenton Dinner guests ot Mr. and Airs. Ervin Krause on Sunday, May 20 in honor of Ronald's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Person and family, Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krause and family and Loren Krause, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and boys were Sunday evening May 20 visitors at the Benuie Berkland home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Mantelman and P?ul attended commencement exercises in Gracttinger Tuesday for Larry Westfall. Mr. and Mrs. Garner Hackney. Mason City, and their son James of Kansas City visited Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lister. .Y^ay IB after commencement Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt entertained in honor of their son Larry. G-jests were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kressin, Mr. and Mrs. Art Kres&in and Mike, Mrs. Maynarcl Kressin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bierstedt and Grandma Kressin, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bell and Paul Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, Esther Bierstedt, Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Friedrich. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mitchell, Mr and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bier stedt and Roger, Estherville. Mr and Mrs. F. F. Mueller were unable to attend. Ronald Mortenson and his Turkish friend Ozdemir Conklu arc- spending this week in the Fred Mortenson home. They will begin their summer classes at Iowa States University in Ames soon Bryan Mortenson and his roommate, Cedar Rapids visited over the weekend in the Mortenson home. Bryan is employed in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stneber were Sunday, May 20 guests 01 Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Kassulkc Trimont, Minn. Dr. and Mrs. K. \V. Ruske at tended commencement exerciser- jt Spencer May 2<.l. Julie Ann Ol son. a niece of Mrs. Kuske i. c graduating. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and Mr and Mrs. Henry Wilberg visited Wednesday evening in the Ty Klinger and Lauritz Nelson homes in Goldfield. Friday evening. May 18, Mr. «nd Mrs Melvin Berkland entertained in honor of their daughter, Karen's tith birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. William DeWall, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Uuhnke and family, Mrs. Dale Voigt and family Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zumach and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell. Sumla). May ^0 dinner guests in the home of John R. Ruger in honor of Philip's confirmation were Mr and Mrs. Arley Doehla, Char- j lene and Marcia Kaye of Primg- j har, Mrs. Ida Mueller, Mr. and Mrs A. H. Pelerson, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Habegt-r and Rachel of \\e.->t Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin Uthof entertained Sunda>, May 20 in honor of Dennis 1 confirmation. Guests were Paul Cornelius, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cornelius ami family, Graet- linger. Mr and Mrs. Alford Me-, j Nainur and Let; Aim of Ebtherville, Mr. and Mi > Duane Cornelius and Shcrri Amui-ung, Mr and Mrs. Ed .Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Malik > and Lori Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Ha> Uihof and family and i Mi. and Mrs,. Glen Flint aad fam- Fenton Woman, 78, Breaks Hip i Fenton — Miss Agnes Goetsch, 78, slipped and fell in her basement on Friday morning. She suffered a broken hip and was taken by ambulance to Holy Family hospital in Estherville where she had surgery on Saturday morning. Miss Goetsch's sister, Mrs. Jean Murray of Wayzata, Minn, was visiting her sister and asleep on the 2nd floor so she couldn't hear her sister's calls from the basement. Miss Goetsch spent an hour crawling up the basement stairs and upon reaching the first floor was able to rouse her sister who called,the doctor. Modern Misers Mrs Richard Bauer was hostess to the Modern Mixers Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. All members were present and answered roll call by telling what their families' favorite dish was. Mrs Ted Jensen had charge of ;he entertainment. Mrs Gordon Hurt will be the June hostess. Honor Sentral Graduate Mr and Mrs Verl Smith entertained Sunday evening following Baccalaureate services for their daughter, Colleen, who was a member of the Sentral graduating class. Guests included Mr and Mrs D. G. Keoppel and Mr and Mrs H. W. Tomlinson, Fenton; Mr and Mrs Don Blanchard, Lone Rock; Rev. and Mrs Gordon' Miller and Linda, Carl T. Hansen and Wiley, Fred Christensen, Mrs Caritta Johansen, all of Ringsted; Mr Norbert Thilges and family, Fenton and Mr and Mrs W. E. Hansen of Ottosen. Colleen is expecting to enter Drake University this fall where she wil take a course in Secretarial Science. Ross and Brian Johnson were hosts to the Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club at their home Monday evening, May 14. The Seneca Stars were guests of the Seneca boys club at a hayride Saturday evening. Charles Beaver and Claude Johnson drove tractors with flat racks to carry the young people. Following the ride the group met at the Claude Johnsons for a weiner roast. Mrs Ole Pedersen has been a patient at the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville this past week. She is suffering from stomach ulcers and other complications. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Andre attended graduation exercises Tuesday evening at Emmetsburg for the former's brother, Melvin. Mrs Harry Vahldieck, Walling- "ord, was a Thursday caller at the Martin Wilberg and Henry Looft homes. 2Pre-Nupfiai Showers For Seneca Girl Seneca — Marlys Bratrud was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Thursday evening at Blakjer Lu- 'heran church parlors. A program was given by Mrs Otto Wilberg, Mrs Esther Jensen Ringsted; Mrs Odey Cherland, Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs John Johannesen, Mrs Gaylord Olsen and Mrs Henry Looft. Corsages were presented to the honored guest, her mother, Mrs Melvin Bratrud and sisters, Mrs Gaylord Olsen and Miss Judy Bratrud of Fairmont, Minn. The Bride-to-be was assisted in open ing her gifts by her sisters, Donna Olsen and Judy, also Dainne and Colleen Olsen, her neices. She will also be honored at miscellaneous bridal shower Thurs day evening at the Seneca Church basement. All friends are cordially invited. Miss Bratrud's marriage t( David Clark Macomber of St Paul, Minn., will be solemnizec: Sunday, June 3, at the Blakjer Lutheran church near Seneca. Seneca Pioneer Graveside Rites Seneca — Graveside rites were held at the Blakjer Lutheran Church, Seneca, Monday afternoon for a long time Seneca resident, Albert L. Anderson, 91, who passed away Friday, May 18, at the Lutheran Home at Cedar Falls. Albert L. Anderson, pioneer Kossuth county settler was born at Rochester, Minn., one of eight children of Hans and Carrie Anderson. He was united in marriage to Bertha Rygh at Bancroft, Iowa in 1900. To this union was born four children, Thelma, Mrs Forest Christiansen, Cedar Falls, Leland, deceased; Madelia, Mrs. M. C. Wagsness, West Uuion, and Arnold Seattle. His wife died in 1918. Mr Anderson, with his family lived on the farm adjoining Seneca on the west. He was a school board member and also served as chairman of the board of trustees while a farmer in the Seneca Community. Wind Damage To Seneca Farms Seneca — The wind and rain storm that swept through Seneca Wednesday afternoon did damage to several farm buildings as well as uprooting trees. The heaviest damage was reported at the Herbert Krause farm where a cattle shed was moved from its foundation and the roof was blown off. The building was flattened. There were no cattle in the shed at the time. The large hay door in the barn was blown in at the John Streucker farm and many trees were uprooted and broken down. There was considerable damage to light and telephone poles and lines. Two corn cribs on the Harry Looft farm were lifted up, carried over the fence, and scattered in the adjoining corn field. Whittemore By Art Heidenwith Priest 30 Years Rev. Philip Dailey celebrated his thirtieth jubilee in the priesthood Sunday. Circle 1 of the Rosary Society served a 6 o'clock dinner to visiting priests and sisters. At 8 p.m. that evening in the Academy hall a large crowd gathered to attend an informal program after -which the same circle Of the Rosary Society served a light lunch. At the Arthur Heidenwith home in honor of their grandson Daniel Rosendahl's graduation were Mr. and Mrs. James J. Rosendahl, Mrs. Ethel Jensen, Mr. and Mrs Paul Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sebers and family, Mrs. Lament Biear, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rosendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith and Lyle and Henry and Bob Ewoldt. home of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith. They came to attend the graduation of the former's son, Daniel Rosendahl. Daniel, who has made his home here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, for the past .14 years, will accompany his father to California Monday to make his home and take advanced schooling. ' LONE ROCK NEWS The Allwin Lockwoods entertained friends and relatives at a reception at their home Wednesday evening in honor of the graduation of their son, Gene. Mr and Mrs Walter Dacken entertained friends and relatives Wednesday night in honor of the graduation of their son, Charles. The Annual Lotts Creek School Picnic was held May 20 at Call State Park, Algona. Festivities began with a pot-luck dinner at noon, followed by games for the children. There were ball games for the men and for the older children. IF ITS NEWS. WE WANT IT ••RB ••••••«•••••«« , 0 f±^sni stepped-up TftjRN * farming *—i» ' Henry Schroeder LONE ROCK, IOWA (14-21) QUIET RUNNIK& FIRST GROUND-DRIVEN RAKE WITH V-BELT^ y DRIVE TOTALLY NEW-us* IE**! New parallel bar rake — driven direct fr«m rear axle with special V-belt! Change reel speed with adjustable •heaves. Choice of 4- or 5-bar rake. Only 3 daily lub» points. Rubber-mounted teeth available. Ask us about the attractive low price.' WEISBROD IMPLEMENT In Friendly Fenton Mr. and Mrs. James J. Rosendahl of Santa Clara, Calif, were Wednesday overnight guests at the SUFFOCATES Three year old Jane Ellen Huber of M-nchester suffocated recently when she fell head first into a grain bin. CARD OF THANKS We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to our many neighbors and friends who were so thoughtful and helpful during my hospitalizations. We shall always be grateful for your prayers, visits, cards, flowers, and food sent in to the family. Your thoughtful ness helped so much to lighten our load, and may the Lord bless you for it. — Mrs. Ray Dreyer (21) FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, I A. THE FRIINDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA; DEERE and OEHl EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone ? Rff. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building , Remodeling PHONE m or 17 Dr. E, W, Rwike DENTIST Office Phont 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is Thf Only Publication Print* •4 That Takes An Inttmt In Fan ton I LLOYD M. 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