The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 24, 1962 · Page 5
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JULY 24, 1962 4-Al8&na (la.) Uppet Oe* Motnei TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1962 Chicago Men In Forced Landing On Fenton Farm Fenlon — Fog forced a single Cessna 140 plane with two Chicago men down on the Larry Al' farm 1' 2 miles northwest of" Fen ton Sunday, July 15, at about noon. The pilot said he and his buddy, on a pleasure cruise to the World's Fair in Seattle had left Chicag* at 7 a.m., flying at 18,000 feet. Over Iowa they tried to fly above heavy fog. Unable to do so they tried to get below it and found themselves too close to the ground in Omaha. In September Preu will return to the University t work on his thesis and do part tim leaching at the University. Mr and Mrs Lester Gade ant family, Des Plaines. III. and Mr Cade's parents, Mr and Mrs Otti Kolske, Chicago, arrived Friday for a few days visit with Gade'b parents, Mr and Mrs Herman . Gad e and his brother and family They spotted a newly mowed strip tne Larry Gades dl "" y in a field and before landing circl- Wayne Sloobor is spc , ntling (wo ed it twice, 'to get your attention Uee ks at the Karl Siewert home so you d watch to see if we crash- in Minneapolis and helping in their • ... . , hardware store while Wayne Sie- The Alts, however, were having wer t is in Kentucky for two weeks ' • n ', I?' 0 me "r the " service as a reserve walked to the Louis Egemo farm, Army a half mile west. From there in the Mr and Mrs Harv Long Tren . t0 "' N ' J - visited severfl dayr Heifer Reunion Held At Fenton Fenton — The fifteenth annual Heiter reunion was held Sunday July 15, in the Fenton Community Center. Among the fifty present from a distance were the LeRoy Brown family, Des Moines, the Robert Sanders family, Ft. Dodge the Rodger Bcrlyn and Gerald Kjiter families of Humboldt, the Lioyd Williams family, Everly and the Melvin Kreitlow family, Meservey. Those attending from nearby were Mr and Mrs Newton Heiter Algona, Reba Ditsworth, Esther ville, the Clayton Ditsworth fam ly, Fenton, Mr and Mrs Wallace 3rown and David, Gruver, the Clair Bollinger family, Lone Rock, and Mr and Mrs A. T. Heiter, ?olfe. They voted to meet the hird Sunday of July, 1963 at Gotch tate Park near Humboldt. A revision of the family history s slated for completion by then. The officers elected for next 8 rpH r - ^ « e , hagain fl j Mrs Dlck Slahl - " ouston - ™ nD Getting off the ground V i s i ted Wednesday afternoon with took some doing for the flyers. Mrs Charles Feye. Burnett Heine, Mrs William Mam telman and Terr) Voigt. Othef guests were William Hantelman and family, Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn, Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman, Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family and Robin and Larry Heine. ivtr nun Mrs Edward Larson and Mrs Daisy Paulson, Ruthven, were Thursday, Jtay 12, visitors in me truest berkland. Larson is Mrs Berkland's brother and Mly' Puuison is a second cousin. Mr and Mrs Irvin Kassuike and family, Trimont, and Mr and Mrt, Lyie ttdssett ana i'im were Sunday July 15 dinner guests of Mr anil ivnvj Raymond oioeber. Tim Bassett visaed several days with the Stoebers last week. Mr and Mrs Carl Veer, Jr. and family, Rochester, visited over the weekend of July 15 with Mrs Veer's parents, Mr and Mrs Roeli Miller. Mrs C. C. Callahan was Sunday, July 15, dinner guest of Mr and birthday. Wednesday noon guests of Mr and Mrs Prank McPall were der- ald Voigt and James. Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt entertained July 13 in honor of their daughter Terri'g tenth birthday Guests were William Voigt and Peggy, Franklin Mueller and boys Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman and Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas. Mr and Mrs Herbert Weiske and family, Cedar Rapids, were July i5 weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Frank McFall. On Friday evening they and the Wendell Rusches were guests of the McFalls and on Sunday evening the McFalls and Weiskes were supper guests of the Wendell Rusches. Saturday the Weiskes visited Mr Weiske's mother, Mrs Helen Weiske in Burt. Published By the Upper DM Molnei Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCK! News Editor , Mrs Jonn Theestield. Mr and Mrs Albin Nelson, c Apache Junction, Ariz, arrived Saturday, July 14, for a couple months visit with relatives and iriends in the Fenton and Minnea polis areas. Hev. and Mrs Bernard Mesch<e and five children, Columbus, Neb. were Wednesday and Thursday guests of Mr and Mrs William Hantelman. Hantelman Rev. Meschke and were college room- Sioux Falls. Virginia Circle The Virginia Circle of the Meth odfst WSCS met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Wilfred Stoe bers with Mrs W. W. Jolley co- hostess. Thirteen members were present and Mrs Paul Hoyt was a guest. The devotions were led by Mrs Frank. McFall and Mrs Lyle Newel presented the lesson. Honor Newlyweds A dinner was held Sunday, July 15, in the M. C. Hiatt home for Mr and Mrs Raymond Gremmels who were married July 9 at Cedar Kapids. Gremmels is a brother of Mrs Hiatt. Guests were Mr and JMrf, John Scbflllin,,. Lotfs. Creek. i;Mr. 'flfltf Mrg -Donald • Rtiftig and Terry,- Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs William Boettcher, Vernona Neilson and Clara Pompe, Algona, Al- ear are Mrs Clayton Ditsworth, iresident, Rodger Berlyn, Humboldt, vice president, Rodger Heiter, Humboldt, secretary-treasurer. F. F. Mueller Rites July 21 At Fenfon Fenton — A Fenton farmer, Fer, _. „. dinand Mueller, 74, died Tuesday were weekend July 15 guests of evening, July 17, at 6 p.m. in the Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson. Ho 'y Family hospital, Estherville. Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs and He had previously been in Roch- , - family, Titonka, visited July 13 ester a °d on Sunday had emer- guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Me- Barbara Halverson and Noel Westlind, Minneapolis, and Mrs Selmer Westlind, Cando, S. D. mates and he is also a second cousin of Mrs Hantelman. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller visited Sunday evening, July 15, with Mrs Miller s mother, Mrs Heiko Adams [ in Buffalo Center. Trudy Huskamp, Don Yager and Gerald Voigt attended the Republican convention in Des Moines at the Veterans Auditorium Friday. Mr and Mrs William Doraek, Fairmont were Tuesday dinner , , vena Scheiler, Gillette Grove, Esther Hintz and the Delond Bjltes On Engineer Duty Herbert Preul, son of Rev an! Mrs Fred C. Preul, a sanitary engineer, working on his PHD degree at the University of Minnesota, returned to his former position with the Federal Corp of ••--•• »-»4w & \«u\«i a i V>U1 U UI Engineers for the summer months vith Mr and Mrs Roelf MiJJer. Mrs Alvin Zumach visited last veek with her parents, Mr and Irs John Theesfield. Her son ary is also staying with his randparents while he works in Emmetsburg. Guests In the Rev. \\. H. Friedrich home Sunday, July 15, werr Rev. and Mrs Martin Friedrich and five children, Harlingen, Tex. their daughter, Mrs Everett Foster ani,chilrir.en, Fergus Falls, Minn. aiiaMr'Sfid Mrs Ori/fllo Woct-ir, gency surgery in Estherville. Death was attributed to cancer of which he had been ill about two months. Ferdinand Franz Konrad Mueller was borti June 2, 1888, one of twelve children of Ferdinand and Emilie Peton Mueller. He attend ed - - 23, 1917. married Clara Biersted't 'MT'Sffd Mrs "Orville Kressin and family. Mrs Albert Schwarzenbach an ' Mrs Rose Kraft, Lone Rock, wer among 150 women attending .basic school lunch short course r Iowa State University, Ames th<week of July 8-14. The course was given in McKay auditorium on the campus and the students were housed in Helser Hall. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson attended a postmasters dinner and meeting at Ukjboji Tuesday evening. in Fenton. His wife and four children survive, Viola, Mrs Arley Doehla Primghar; Delores, Mrs Wallace Christensen, Clear Lake; Everett at home; and Ferdinand Jr., Al- Fall. Sunday, July 15, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Scribner visited with their son and family, the Tom Scribners in Waconia, Minn. Monday they went to Charition on business and stopped in Des Moines to visit another son, Bill Scribner. Mrs Kenneth Krause entertained Monday afternoon, July 16, in honor of her son, Scott's first birthday. Guests were Mrs Stan Berkland and Tania, Mrs Barbara Wai- kfi£,.afaa:gitis, Mrs Franklin KJuel- iSTTriff Tim", Mrs Bufnetf Heihe Good Neighbors Lend A Hand Fenton — Fifteen friends helped rake, bail and haul about 28 acres of hay for Everett Mueller on Wednesday, whose father, F. F. Mueller passed away Tuesday. The good neighbors were Marvin Ackerson, Clarence Bierstedt, Emil Bierstedt, Ferdinand Bierstedt, Howard Bierstedt, Howard Bruhn Gerald Cody, George Dorweiler Marvin Luedtke, James Meyer Ernest Mueller, Larry Mueller Lloyd Sunde, Paul Voigt and Mar lin Wegener. The Mesdames Clar ence Bierstedt, Emil Bierstedt Howard Bruhn, George Dorweiler Krnest Mueller, Lloyd Sunde anc Paul Voigt served the workers lunch in the afternoon. Post Nuptial Shower For L-Rock Bride Lone Rock — Mrs Alfred Sch- adendrrf, Jr. was honored at a "post-nuptial" miscellaneous shower held Thursday evening, July 12, at 7:30 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran church in Burt. Guests were registered by Mrs Richard Mittag. The following program was presented: Miss Sandra Schadendorf • -----.,-». Robin and Larry and Judy Foster. gona. Also surviving are nine Monday was also Mrs Krause'', 3entt - ^...,^., grandchildren, a sister, Mrs Rose ' read a "Life History" of the bride Borchardt, St. Charles, Minn., anl two brothers, Louis, Whittemore. WE INVITE YQU TO LET US TALK OVER lOAN REQUIREMENTS WITH YOU LOANS ARRAN06P TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS AND BUD- E9UIPM « NT A *D SUPPLIES YOU HAVE THAT 1$ OUR BUSINESS! FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK FENTON OFFICE TERMS TAILORED TO YOU! and Ernest of Fenton. His parents and eight brothers and sisters preceded him in death. He was a member of St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton where the services were held Saturday Rev. W. H. Friedrich officiated with burial in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Amos Finne stad, Norman Finnestad, Waltei Krause, Art Krause, Fred Jentz and William Jentz. Thomas wa in charge of arrangements. Mr and Mrs Fred Morlensen and Kathy vacationed the week o July 8 - 14. They visited witr ihe Darryl Householders at Om aha, Neb. and with Mortensen 1 ' mother, Mrs Katheryn Mortensen in Moline, III. They concluded their trip with a stop at Winona for a load of Watkins products Sunday. July 15 , Mr am , Mrs frank McFall and Mr and Mrs Herbert Weiske visited with Mrs W. H. Wolfe at the hospital in Estherville. Don-lie and Lena Kohlwes, Minneapolis visited Mrs Ida Dreyer Friday, July 13. They went to Sioux City for the weekend to visit Mr and Mrs Roger Dreyer •Mr and Mrs E. L. Vaux, Davenport, were July 15 weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Louie Weisbrod Mr and Mrs Edward Wcstlall and Tommy were Sunday July 15 ; supper guests of Mr and Mrs Ger- j hard Hantelman. i Recent Sunday visitors in the Ernest Berkland home included Mrs Clara Berkland, Mr and Mrs ; Arthur Curly and Mr and Mrs Os; tar Berkland and boys. On Thursday and Friday, Mrs Ida Ureyer visited the Ewald Kohiwch m Austin, Minn. Ken! Nejske visited last week with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs frank McFall and aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs Wendell Rusch. Mrs Charles Weibbrod cnlurtain- ed Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mr.-, C C. Callahan. Guest; were Mn> Wilfred Stoeber, Mrs H C Uotisch, Mrs S. E. Straley, Mr: George Jorgenbon, Mrs K C I J n-ul, Mrs Roy Chrischilles, Mri Alvin Zumach, Mrs John Thees- lield and Mrs Paul Hoyt. Mr and Mrs Norman Bollingei entertained their card club Satur day evening, July 14. Prize win in-'ij were .,ira John Kressin anu tuian Schuller, high, Mrs Waynu dodinger and John Kressin, low and Wayne Bollinger, travel. Mr and Airs .\iarlin llamelman entertained at a birthday pjcnic luesday evening. The honored birthday guests were Mr and Mrs NOTICE---The Town council of Fenton of Kossuth County. Iowa, will meet August 6th, 1962. at 7 P.M. at Community Center. Taxpayers will he heard for or againsl the following estimate of expenditures for the yeai h-ginning January 1, 1963. A detailed Rtjitcment of receipts and disbursements, both past and an- tK-lpated will be available at the hearing. Paul W. Eigler Town Clerk. Elizabeth Radig played the piano for a game — "Name That Tune." Jean Marlow won the prize for naming the most songs. The honoree entertained her" guests by hanging up a basket of wet clothes blindfolded. Mrs Alfred Schadendorf, Jri was assisted in opening her gifts by Mrs Dick Mittag and Sandra Sen- dendorf. Janet and Cathy Schadendorf helped pass the gifts. Mrs Junior Hurlburt poured the coffee. Hostesses were Mrs Emma Hurlburt, Mrs Don Blanchard, Mrs Ben Schmidt, Mrs Fred Schmidt, Mrs Glenn, Mrs Milfred Mitchell, Mrs Woodrow Pettit, Mrs Lawrence Rath, Mrs Garryl Householder, Mrs Mary Flaig, Mrs Art Priebe, Mrs Walt Dacken, Mrs Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs Leo Ramus, Mrs Robert Marlow, Mrs Merwyn Hurlburt, Mrs Kenneth Fischer, Mrs Dick Mittag, Miss Sandra Schadendorf. Mrs Joe Culbertson, Mrs Donald Radig, Mrs Dick O'Donnell, Mrs Junior Hurlburt, Mrs Lawrence Newbrough, Mrs Milton Marlow. Mr and Mrs Schadendorf Jr. were married Nov. 5, 1960 and have a seven month old son Michael. Mrs Schadendorf is the former Peggy Iverson of Spokane, Wash. Legion & Auxiliary Meet The Lone Rock American Legion Post and Ladies' Auxiliary held a joint meeting July 11. at the Legion Hall in Lone Rock. New officers were installed by the Auxiliary and the Legion elected new officers for the coming year. The Auxiliary will hold its August meeting Wednesday evening, Aug. 1, at the Fenton Park" after the band concert. The ladies will have a "melon feast." Lolls Creek Aid Met The Ladies' Aid of the Lotts Creek Lutheran church met Friday, July 13, at 2 p.m. Rev. Vchling led the devotions and. presented the topic "Sardis: The Church of the Living Death." The president, Mrs^erald Radig presided over business meeting. Mrs Robert Fuerstenati joined the society. On the flower committee for July arc Mrs Wayne Bollinger ind Mrs Victor Dreyer. Mites for Missions were collected as the \lite Dedication Hymn was sung. Hostesses were Mrs Raymond Kading and Mrs Walter Krause. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathon, Mrs Woodrow Pettit and Richard, Mrs Eugenn Bnvr°r and Debbie of Glendale, Cal. visited the William Householder homo in Fenton Sunday afternoon. Family Dinner & Reunion Guests at a.family gathering at the Lone Rock Legion Hall Sunday were Mr and Mrs Edward Blanchard, Mr and Mrs John Newbrough, Johnny and Larry of Phoenix, Ariz., Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough, Janell and David, Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough, Steve and Sherry, Mr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard and family of Cedar Falls, Mr and Mrs Eldin Marlow and nephew, Jay Marlow, Mr and, Mrs Marvin Marlow, Mrs Martin' Smith and family, Mrs Dennis Priebe and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt and family, Mr and Mrs Jess Marlow, Mr and Mrs Dwight Cook and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Michael Marlow of Blue Earth, Minn. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hutch inson and Mr and Mrs Gordon Hutchinson and Mr and Mrs Jim Long. Mr and Mrs John Kramersmeier of Ledyard called Sunday evening at the Alfred Schadendorf home. 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The council i-ri and it rii...? r,„ Y? „ , al a ''•"'« of hearing on said estimate should be »..id davas t|u i i f i 1 day "' August. A. D. 1062. at the hour of 7 P.M. it,,,i 2- v. ncar >ng -aid hearing to be had at the Community iim-i H Count) Iowa. The Clerk was directed to publish '«"• """ notice nl noarlng as required by law in the AlBona ti ,1 ,i v countv r-iblicatlon to be for one Insertion and to i i ".iys pnoi lo ihc d.,i< set for hearing. Posting by towns of less Jl purjlic placi-s at least ten days prior to dote set (or Paul W. Eigler Town Clerk it..in 21x1 „, ( )irL .j FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE F6NTQN, IA, THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invite* You To Fenton WEISBROD E NEW HANTiLMAN BUILDING SERVICE Dr, E. 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