The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 3, 1962 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 3, 1962
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JULY 3, 1962 4-Algona (la.) Uppet Des Moinos Tuesday, July 3, 1962 Rev. Paul Hoyt Named Pastor Of iethodist Church At Fenton Published By The Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCK! News Editor -c hools. Rev. and Mrs. Hoyt have Iwi, children, a son. VVilliam. who following graduation from Waver- Ij-Shell Rock High school ir Waverly early in June is now attending (he summer session at i Ihe State I'nivcrsity of Iowa at Iowa Cily looking coward graduate- work in the fit-lit of chemical eng nice ring. Their daugntcr Patricia, will be a sophomore in high school i.ext fall. Coming nere from .Shell Rock the Hoy-is iook up residence. t'thof showed three Angus steer? and Craig Borchardt showed pigs and Brian showed his crop project r.f corn. j HI inc r'oiHu.i parsonage June 2:<. Rev. Paul Hovt i-H Club At Fenton Visits Farms On Tour SLIGHTLY Ul'tlNKI) Saturday, the Fcnton fire de parlnienl was called to the home of Leonard Pompe south of Fcn- ton. Pompe was filling his tractor with fuel in the field and it rin over causing it to catch fire. He burned hi.s right arm while trying to put the fire out. Fcnlon -- The Fenton Progress- Fenton — At its 107th annual session, held at Cornell College-. ML Vernon. Rev. Paul C. Hovt was named to serve the Methodi>.t church at Fenton. Rev. Hoyt received his bachelor I ors 4-H club had its annual club of arts degree at Florida Southern I l"ur June 2li. The tour began at College, the degree of bachelor .if i the home of Herschel Hartman. sacred theology at Boston I'niver- Gene Hartman showed his pigs. sity, Boston, Mass, and has done Terry Schmidt snowed his lambs. graduate work at the HartfonJ Lee Dreyer showed his pigs. John Seminary Foundation in Hartford. \ Laage snowed his crop project. soybeans. Gary Laabs showed his sheep and potatoes. Delon Jentz sliowed his pigs. The club proceeded to the home of John Ruger where Philip and John each showed three holstein heifers, at Gary Berkland showed a Conn. Prior to coming to Fenton. Rev Mr. Hoyt served Methodist churches in New York and Vermont as well as Iowa. Mrs. Hoyt graduated from Florida Southern College with the degree of bachelor of science and holds a graduate certificate in secondary school education and has taught regularly and as a substitute in both grade and high Hereford and Darrel showed two herefords. David Seely and Kevin each showed a holstein dairy heifer, Jim Sunde snowed sheep and a holstein dairy heifer, Dennis FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phono 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, lov/a The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fenlon! LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loan* And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa IG FIELDS! YIELDS! 'DEA 1/iOONTED PICKER Mr. and Airs. Richard Underwood went to the wedding of a friend and former roommate of Mrs. I'nderwood, Lois Bik and Derail LeGrange at Waubay, S.D. The Independence Booster -I-II Club met at the home of Steven and Tirnmy Borland the evening of June 25. Following a brief meeting and discussion on livestock photography by leader Gene Huskamp a weiner roast was enjoyed. Thos who attended were Charlie Naig assistant leader, Linda and Dann Naig. Jim and Paula Weiner Paul Hoist. Lyndon Berkland, Mik Dalian, Ervin Root, Wayne anc Kenneth Twait, Marlyn Berkland Robert Krause and Trudy Hus kamp. Visitors lincluded Mrs. Opa Root and Donald Twait. Bill Hoyt, student at State Un iversity of Iowa visited his par ents, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Hoyi over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Geitzenauer Greene, visited a few days lasi week in the parental Delbert Geitzenauer home. Mrs. Florence Behne was granted a scholarship to the Health Education Workshop by the Iowa T. B. Association at Cedar Falls June 18. Mark Preul son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Preul, Minneapolis, stayed with his grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. Fred Preul last week. Sunday, the Preuls took Mark to visit his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sip Sipma at Orange City. Dr. and Mrs. E. IV. Ruske and f Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler met Mr. and Mrs. Kaye Ruske of Davenport at Cedar Falls over the weekend of June 24. Mrs. Kaye Ruske Health Education Workshop at Cedar Falls by the Mississippi Valley Heart Council June 18-29. Mr. and Mrs. Roclf Miller visited Tuesday evening with Mr. anc! Mrs. Melvin Ricklefs in Titonka. Hie-hard Bell. Colin and Corey of Waterloo visited a few days last uc-ck uith Mrs. Nettie Miller. l-'rnton fin-men had fire practice June 25 and the concrete skating rink in the park received its yearly cleaning. They swept and hosed it and it is now ready for a summer of skating fun. Linda Kanins. Lone Kock and Dennis Stucki were June 24 supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki. Mr. and .Mrs. Frank McFall and Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. McFall went , to Sioux City on a business trip June 22. Mr. and Mrs. William and Mrs. Janice Bare \isited friends in Spencer June 24. Mrs. Keith Bare attended the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dixon in Ruthvcn June _'4. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bier and Vickie. S> \ T ,Y. visited Mondas with Mrs Burnett Heine. Barbara I'riefoe was taken to the Spirit Lake- hospital Wednes- day for an emergency appendectomy. Her grandfather Carl Prlebe also hospitalized there and re covering from a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. VVilliam Iveinrr family were Wednesday siippci guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hainzinger. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall Mrs. Carrie Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt and William Voigt nnu Peggy atended the wedding of Mr and Mrs. Larry Anderson at Easi Chain, Minn. June 22. Mr. and Mrs. Krwin Krause am' boys visited Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Ruhnke in Miller, S. D. dur ing their vacation last week. M'-. and Mrs. Dart-pi Dreyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Kressin. Mrs. Maynard Kressin and children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gcrharl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt, Jr. and family, Estherville, picnicked in ihe Fenton Park June 24. Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Holland Watson and family, Titonka, to the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tietz in Spirit Lake June 24. A/lc and Mrs. Ronald Bier anc Vickie of Syracuse, New York were guests last week of Mrs Bier's parents Mr. and Mrs. Sy! vester Hainzinger. Mr. and Airs. Carl Luelf, Mont gomery City, Mo. and Bertha Preul, Kirkwood, Mo., were recen houseguests of Rev. and Mrs. Free Preul. During their visit another brother, Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Preu' of Sac City, visited them. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber visited Wednesday evening at the Russell Byers home at Swea City. Billy Jentz is attending summer school at Colorado State College, Greeley, Colo. He is studying for iis masters degree in guidance and supervision. Billy will be returning to teach in the Cherokee school system this fall. David Looft Of Seneca Weds Minnesota Girl Mrs. Jerry Waite entertained at coffee party Wednesday. Guests were Mrs. Darwin Koepke and soys, Burt, Mrs. Ronald Bier Syracuse, N. Y., Mrs. Norman Bellinger, Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania, Mrs. Burnett Heine, Robin and Larry, Mrs. Kenneth Krause and Scott, and Mrs. Richar«J Stucki, Julie and Jeff. -Hey. and" Mrs. Robert Johnson. rfark, Kari and Debbie of Ridge- rest, Calif., visited three days ast week with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood. Sunday evening the Johnsons, Mr. and Mrs. James Cody and family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell all enjoyed a picnic at the Underwood home. Mrs. Janice Bare, daughter of VVilliam Jcntz's is spending hei summer vacation at her parents home while her husband is at tending classes at Wesleyan University at Bloomington, "ll . Dr. and Airs. K. VV. Ruske and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler met Mr. and Mrs. Kaye Ruske from Davenport in Cedar Falls for the weekend. Mrs. Kaye Ruske R.N. was granted a scholarship from the Mississippi Valley Heart Council to the Health Education Workshop at the State College of Iowa in Cedar Falls, June 18-29. Airs. Klla Waite recently visited a week with Mrs. Albert Heiden in Sioux Falls, S. D. She also visited with her brother Albert Heiden who was hospitalized there. He died June 14 and the funeral was June 16, which Mr. and Mrs. John Waite attended. They returned to Fenton with Mrs. Ella Waite, Mrs. Albert Heiden and Lucille after the service. Mrs. Waite, Mrs Heiden Lucille, Fred Heiden, a!.;o a broth- i er and Jerry Waite continued on to | Elkader for the burial. Cheever's birthday. Nancy Fischer has arrived home from the State University of Iowa and left again for New Mexico where she will spent the summer at Ihe Ghost Ranch at Avi- quiu. Her sister, Mrs. Larry Mom. Anamosa, spent fhe weekend with her parents, the Delmcr Fischers, and visited Nancy before she let! for New Mexico. the home of Ida Schultz with Ella Culbertson assisting. Colleen circle met at the home of Dorothy Seneca — Virginia Lee Hoppe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hoppe, Truman, Minn., and David A. Looft, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Looft, Fenton, were married Wednesday, June 20, at Truman, Minn, at 8:30 o'clock at the St. Paul Lutheran church, with the Rev. Otto F. Henrichs performing the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Robert Tate, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. John Looft of Rochester, Minn., served his brother as best man, and ushers were Richard Looft, Minneapolis, also a brother, and Robert Short of Truman. Also present for the ceremony were two grandmothers of the bridal couple, Mrs. Bertha Pommer, of Algona and Mrs. Louise Genrich of Fairmont, Minn. A reception was held in the church parlors. Beverly Walker served punch. Mrs. Reckard cut snd served the cake assisted by Mrs. Richard Looft of Minneapolis. Gifts were opened and displayed by Mrs. John Looft, Rochester, a sister-in-law of the groom and a friend, Janet Walker of Truman. The couple left for Northern Minn, on a wedding trip and will make their home on a farm north of Fenton. The bride is a graduate of Truman High School. The bridegroom svas graduated from Sentral High School and attended Luther College, Decorah, for two years. Since then he has been engaged in farming with his father and will continue to do so. Saturday night and Sun d a y guests at the Jesse Blanchard home were Mrs. Blanc-hard's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Drown and children of Des Moines. Mollic and Cynthia returned home with them. Visitors at the Tracy Stone home Saturday evening were Mary Mc- Guiro and T:>m Kisstinr, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Marlow, Brend,, and Paula attended an Ohrtmnn family reunion at the home of her brother Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ohrtman at Ringsted. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Kissner were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Henrichsen and Dale Farland, Swea City. Lcnore circle met at the home of Floy Marlow with Georgia Marlow assisting. Ruth circle met at Kraft. Picnic dinner guests at the Ed Blanchard home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blanchard and children of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Ncwbrough, Steve and Sherry, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. A. L). Ncwbrough, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lavcrne Smith and Kevin of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt, Randy, David, and Audrey called at the Alfred Schadendorf home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mueller, Crirdon, Kenny, Karen and Gloria, Stanley, Wise., visited last week at tin parental A. D. Newbrough and Ir.ris Mueller homes and also the La Blanchard anc! Lawrence Xcwbroughs. Visiting ai the John Behrends home is their daughter Mrs 1 . Eugene Fritzlcr and children from Oklahoma City, Okla. FOR SALE:- Alive or dressed spring fries. Mrs. Kenneth Boll- ingcr. 25 Chartered Bus Ditched in Mishap Near Fenton Seneca Church Women Study Publications Here's trouble-free picking at Us best] All new from f j'!,. ..,[._. 1; , U | | 0 mounted llUskli.g IM .1 i.,;] ,,,, 1; more torn faster, itiih U-- ,|,,., n urn.-, than you ever tlitu.. la p,,. i ',.. | ,., 4 down time because di.u- - ifi 5 a .,^ sprockets are part of I i,:u-r>jl MM ml- jrig Sub-Frame and ate m-i,•!.-.) aiij aligned on the sub-frame ji in-1,,, i un . Fils all popular tractors. Mourn- u> jij lninutes.Fullyearguaramee.Cum.Mn-. The Only Picker That fits All These Tractor*. MUS-CHALMERS JOHN OEE8E FO»0 INTERNATIONAU HARVESTER MASSif- FERGUSON MONTHE4 FENTON INVITES YOU 1-Trapshoot for adults, contests for the kids — afternoon. 2— Circus, afternoon and evening. 3— Softball game, late afternoon. 4-Fireworks Display, Free All At Fenton Baseball Field. OLIVER BEFORE YOU BUY IVEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa %wsi^ Sponsored By FENTON FIRE DEPT. FENTON COMMUNITY CLUB Business and Professional Men (25-26) Fenton — A Brownton, Minn, school bus, chartered by a group of women from Minnesota was involved about 10 a.m. June 2(i in an accident on Highway 14 a mile and a half north of Fenton. Werner WeerU, bus driver from Brownton, was passing a pickup pulling two empty wagons when the pickup made a left turn. After the collision Wccrts went into the left- hand ditch but managed to keep the bus upright. His passengers were members of St. John's Evangelical Reformed church of Biscay. Objective of their 150-mile excursion was the Grotto of Redemption at Wcit Bend. Mrs. Tena S. Rannow. of Glen coe, 09, was the oldest of the group. She- said her knee hurt at first but was all right. The driver of (lie- H-,I Chevrolet pickup was Lloyd Berkland. rum I Fenton. The truck is registered to his brother Reuben Uerklaml, rum. Cylinder. Weerts was charged with improper passing. Wecrts, about 40, has Ix-en :• driver for UK- Bn,,vnton distri'.-i for three >e;.rs an I truck drhei since he was 20. This is my fir-j accident, but I'm .sure glad "l kept the bus from lipping over!" !.<• exclaimed. The front doer and tb<.- right front fender of the bus were dam aged. The bumper wa.s bent down and the left head light on the pick up was damaged. Estimated iam age to each vehicle was betweezi $150 and $200. \llim SUMMER SALE 20" Window Fan $17.88 24" Barbeque Grill With 13.33 1.77 Spoisge Mop 1.39 G.E. Transistor Radio .. 16.95 Chdlenger Red or White Outside Paint 3.98 Gallon STOEBER HARDWARE IN FRIENDLY FENTON Seneca — Blnkjcr ALC \V irnen met at the (i'up-h parlors Thursday afifrm.on, June 'I, >.>, i>h '.i,.<. • lames Raymond !',<.ri;irn a:id \ -| Bergum as hostesses. Mrs P. [I Jen. en had charge- )f ,!u' and Mrs. Lawrence .1 .hnnnexen prs'.si-nted fiible S HHv. !he month was pre.-cnvd hy Henry Jensen. July ho-te,;.;c , \.\j|| lie Mr Henry Wi'llid" an I Mr, Kenneth H.dviTscm. ' ; vj r .< oftedahl will gi\e devotion;; anc Mrs. ('urti.s Oi.s-.-n will present Bible study. Publications of , church u ill be presented by Mr; (Jenese THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral Mqy Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 210Q1 20216 HUM- AMM 'I liDinp- .'in, b'-en einplm-d in ( spend ihe :uini;.-jr her m o t h >.• r, Mr Thompson, and other thi.i area. Mr. and Mr>. .{.i |, Tommy, Roclur'n-. at Ih" parental Hi-nry Jack left fer Vir.hfi- 1-1, where he v.ill at ten I school session at Carle-ton where he.- wa.s gr.mU; I a •: Science- Foundation v.hoh;r. .Mr. and Mis. l'j f ,,| s ii,[ ; un and family recently 'nunc-d from the Ih-nry Looft farm north of Fenton to the hou:,o ivivnlly \a- eated by the Lester Demon family. Mrs. .Melvin MucUcn, HMO had operated the Koffee Cup Kafu al Armstrong, for several years sold it recently to a Mrs. Alfred Malo of Fairmont, Minn. .Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andre, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Osborn and Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Manlc-y' Fenton, attended the wedding of Virginia Hoppe and David Looft at Truman, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. (iail Kaullman an:! Cathy arrived home reccniiv from Califoiflia. Th.-y arc- \i,iuii(> hi;- parc-iiU, Jit- Ru.sse-1 Kisi, -Mr. and .Mrs. Alm-,1 „„, , and daughter, Mrs. Uoiolhy r'riusi i of Fort Dodge spent an i-vcning at : Ihc Clarence Chcevcr home near ' ;>led. The ueca^wi waj M The United Testing Co. has proved what users have aiways claimed. You wake up more refreshed because you sleep more soundly on Bea u tyre 5 . than on other maH resses . The independem „„ ^ J«J •s the secret of Beautyrest relaxing comfort. 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