The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 7, 1962 · Page 10
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AUGUST 7, 1962 2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1962 Fenton Woman Returns From European Journey F'rntoit — Mrs Gerald Voigt returned home last week from ? tour of eleven European countries She spent some time in London touring with Haclley Bailey. Des Plaines. Ill . who was on his way to Paris to visit his sister Mar joric In Geneva. Switzerland, the lour group saw Dean Ruske's plant land and watched him step out to attend the Geneva Conference. Ir Scotland, they attended a type or band festival, only of bagpipers, drummers and Scottish dancers Parks. They spent three days at the Worlds Fair and took the sea coast highway to San Francisco where they visited Chinatown anrf Fishermans Wharf They stopped in Salt Lake City and in Crawfordsville. Ore visited the Ra> Kyhls. former Fenton resident? In Denver. Colo they visited \>::> Mrs Weisbrod's mother. Mrs Art hur Williams and their son arv. daughter-m-law. Mr and Mrs h.;r Weisbrod .James Voigt has been attending Fenton — Early 1900 There they saw Queen Elizabeth I a VMCA camp. Camp Foster .1 and Prince Phillip who go to the festival every year While in northern England. thes watched a passion play with Princess Margaret and her husband Anthony Armstrong Jones. Mrs Voigt was close enough to Mr and Mrs Jones to reach out and touch them and took pictures of. both royal couples. On the flight home, they passed over the arctic circle and it was so clear they could see the patches of ice, snow and water. Because of jet flights and time changes, the world is truly small. Mrs Voigt had lunch in Paris, was in Copenhagen in time for supper and in New York City for a bedtime snack on the day she came home. Surgery For Fenfon Girl While On Trip Frnlon — Mr and Mrs Howard Tomlinson and daughters returned home Saturday, July 28, from a two-week vacation in the west They did a lot of sightseeing, but they will probably never forget their stay in Cheyenne, Wyo . They had passed through Cheyenne, which was having a Frontier Days Celebration, when their oldest daughter Linda became il). They drove on to Pine Bluffs, about .10 miles away when they decided they should find a doctor He advised them to stop traveling as Linda might have appendicitis. Because of the celebration there were no accommodations to be had in either Cheyenne or Pirn Bluffs. They were camping and really needed to get in out of tin cold, so the doctor summonded the chief of police who offered them the town council chambers osIT the city jail fur the night. The following day l.inda was examined by a surgeon in Cheyenne, who recommended surgery Mr and Mrs Tomlinson and Barbara then spent four days in Cheyenne enjoying the 'celebration while l.inda uas in the hospital. Attend Cfinsi-ntifiii Mrs Juhn Waile and Mrs Merle ', Voigt attended the state eonven- i Mon of the American Legion Aux ' man at the Fort l)es Moines Hotel in Des Moines Friday. .JuK ' .'7 Mrs Waile is pro.Mdenl of the local Wi'ishrod Uarmes Post .Viv .liary and Mr- Voigt" is couiils M'-e president The highlight or Friday uas a talk gi-.en b<. r,,,,, lienricksen of Armstrong, uh, "as I'liiu (iirl., state (iouTnor. Spirit Lake the past two weeks Mr and Mrs Dale Wrisbrod and Nadine left Thursday for a trip to the Worlds Fair in Seattle. They will meet their daughter and son- in-lasv. A, Ic and Mrs Garry Bleckwenn. Altus. Okla., at the home of friends, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Tries! in Seattle where they will spend some time together. The Bleck- wenns will then tour through California enroute home and the Weis brods svill travel to Vancouver British Colombia, enroute home. .Mr and Mrs Donald Hainzinger and Mr and Mrs Roger Potratz Alta. vacationed four days last week at Lost Island lake. St. John's Lutheran church choir and their families had a picnic at the Walther League Camp grounds, Okoboji. Sunday. They also attended morning svorship at the chapel there. Kendall Meyer, a recent graduate of the Sioux City Barber College, began svorking with Henry Schulte. Fenton barber. He is fulfilling a year and a half ap- prentiship but he and his wife plan to stay in Fenton indefinitely. Meyer, whose hometown is Dickens, svas a barber in the navy and decided to make it a \veek. Monday, they and Mrs Goetsch svere dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs Fred C. Preul. Wednesday es-ening the Preuls and Snyders were dinner guesls of Mrs Goetsch. Trudy Htiskamp and Don Yager attended an organizational meeting of the Kossuth County Young Republicans Thursday evening. rrMi't enough at the me?t- r.csm-e. hut temporary of- .w ekftod until another TO tv held Friday night ~.* Temporarily elected j ihrs ivhttKer ,Ir . Algona, i rrv-ji.if-; TrwJy Hisskamp. Ring- j s:o,l \ \-f pffY&WenS. Chris Ny- ! i.i .-:•,• 'rtf-iiej. sevrvtary; ami: IVr. Ysc'fJ. Fenton. treasurer i .'iV.r. F..SI3. .Vi^ona. is adviser, i TV crw;p m*ije rians for the j .\-.:r;:> fs:r next sneek where they i w.» h-it- .a IvoUi to dispense free j This photo o Fenton's main street was shot early in this centurv :„' ,.,u-r They w,!l also enter an and the only vehicle on the street is a horse-drawn waion The Soto .intsqy car in the parade on poll- and pictures of practically PVPI-V nfho. »„,„„ ?„ "u- f-Hl... e ..?,,^° tscians d.?v at the fair. '—• ' -* " " •• - , Published By The Upper Q** Melne* Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCKI News Editor career. The Meyers will move into one of Bailey's apartment as soon as Mrs Meyer has the baby she is expecting very soon. At present she is staying svith her parents in Spencer. Kcv. and Mrs .1. T. Snydcr. Storm Lake, were guests of Mrs / R. ~" Jorgensons Of Fenfon Feted; Wed 50 Years Fenton — Mr and Mrs George M. Jorgenson were honored at a weekend family reunion in observance of their 50th wedding an- . other town in the county, will be Historical Society's exhibit at the Kos S ° CiyWiU have 8 * 10 P"nts available for all h« » .u 1 , ns avaae or all who want them at their booth at the Fair - so it will be a fine opportunity for anyone interested to purchase the photos which will be reasonably priced at $1.25. (UDM Engraving) niversary. The main event was a dinner Sunday, July 29. at the home of their son Donald in Algona prepared by their daughters-in-law. Mrs Donald Jorgenson and Mrs George 0. Jorgenson. The Jor- Jensen's daughter Carol, Mrs Robert Sewell, Long Beach, Calif was unable to attend but provided the golden wedding cake and cut flowers which decorated the Sunday ables. She telephoned evening to her parents. Mrs Jorgenson's sister, Mrs Wil- )ur Gray, Portland, Ore. was not >resent, but arranged for corsages or the honored couple. Staying at the home of the Geo. 0. Jergensons were Mrs Jorgenson's brothers and their wives, Mr and Mrs Leonard Ostrom of Du- luth; Mr and Mrs John Ostrom of Ostrom of Glenwood, Minn. Nephews attending svere Mr and Mrs Leonard Ostrom, Jr., Paul and Jean, Mt. Prospect, 111., M-Sgt. Robert Ostrom, Bismarck, N. D and Eugene Ostrom of Mankato,' and Jorgenson's nephew. Dr. and Mrs Howard Jorgenson, Morris, Minn. Karen Ostrom and George M. Jorgenson svere married July 31 1912 in Glenwood, Minn. Mr Jorgenson has been in the meat business all his life. The couple moved to Fenton from Marshall, Minn in 1940. They have six grand' children. Radig Reunion The Radig family reunion Sunday, July 29, at the Fenton park was attended by families from Armstrong, Fenton and Lo-./ Rock. They came especially to visit Mrs Alex Radig's sveekend nouse guests, Mr and Mrs Herman Radig and son Victor, Breckenridge, Minn., Mr and Mrs Arthur (Mathilda) Kressin, El Monte. Cal., Mr and Mrs Henry F C 'Theresa) Miller, Cedar Rapids! and Mr and Mrs Glen Berntson, Paulina. Mrs Kressin and Mrs Miller, sisters of Fenton. Wiring Burned A fire which burned off wiring on Louis Egemo's combine motor about 6 p.m. Monday was put out by the Fenton fire department. Egemo lives two miles northwest of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohlwes and Bobby, Humboldt, were Wednesday supper guests of Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler. Tuesday picnic supper guests of Mr and Mrs Burnett Heine were Mrs Kenneth Krause, Mr and Mrs Donald Priebe and boys, Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki and Julie and Mr and Mrs Jerry Waite and Tamera. Mr and Mrs Bob Bender, Baraboo, Wis. were Monday overnight guests of Mr and Mrs Martin Ohm. Monday evening callers were Mr and Mrs Leonard Warner, Algona, and Mr and Mrs Ray Hoppers, Burt. Clarence Bierstcdt fell backward off a baling rack Wednesday while putting hay into the barn. He severely smashed his wrist. Mrs Andrew Gowans received word Tuesday of the death of her Brother, Leonard Neary, Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs Gowans spent several weeks visiting there recently. Mr and Mrs Merwin Marlow called at the William Marlow home Saturday night. Sunday dinner guests of th Delmar Fischers svere Mr anc Mrs Larry Menz of Anamosa anc Mr and Mrs Clarence Menz o Fenton. Rev. Meyer Is Installed At L-Rock Church Lone Rock — Installation services were held at the First Presbyterian church in Lone Rock Sunday evening, July 29, for Rev. Benjamin Meyer. Participating ministers were Harlan Kruse, Lakota; Rev. Fred Butler, Greene; Rev. Raymond Krueger, Parker, So. Dakota; and Rev. Hensman Smidt, Burt. The Service of Installation was as follows: the Constitutional questions; prayer of installation, Rev. Kruse; charge to the pastor, Rev. Sutler; charge to the congregation, Rev. Smidt, Rev. Krtiger delivered the sermon. Rev. Meyer is the son of Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer of Algona. He received his education through high school in Kossuth county and was graduated from the Algona high school in May, 1952. He began his college education at Buena Vista college, Storm Lake. Eight years later his education was completed at the Theological Seminary of the University of Dubuque. He and Jene I. Meyer, Storm Lake, were married July 17, i960. Mrs Georgia Marlow was honored at a picnic Sunday at Swca City. Those whft attended were Mr and Mrs George Kissner and Lanny, Mrs Lyle Marlow and Deann, Mr and Mrs Merwin Marlow, Mr and Mrs Harlan Marlow and girls, Mr and Mrs Wm. Marlow and family and nephew Archie Buchanan, David Lynch, Mr and Mrs Jack Hinricksen, Mr and Mrs Vic Whalen, Dolliver, Mr and Mrs Jack Benjamin, Es- thervillc, and Mrs Mildred Stow, Dolliver. Visiting Mr and Mrs Dick O'Donnell this week are their granddaughters Patty and Pam, whose parents are Mr and Mrs Gerald Smith, Omaha. Mrs O'Donnell and Pam spent the weekend visiting Karen O'Donnell at Mankato, Minn. Mr. and Mrs Les Johnson and family were weekend guests at the Clarence Kraft home. Mr and Mrs Ralph Bicrstcclt Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna and Myrtle Hanna spent Sunday boai- ing, went to Spencer for supper and attended "The Music Man" in the evening. The occasion was Everett's birthday. Thursday supper guests of Mrs Maude Blanchard were Mr and Mrs Gordon Blanchard and family of Mason City. 2-rowpicker for today's BIG-YIELD corn harvests N«Hl£J>> FUIL YEAR GUARANTEE Mr and Mrs l.i-stcr \\rKlircxl and .lame.-, returned In.me .lui, '! 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