The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 14, 1962 · Page 14
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AUGUST 14, 1962 6-Algono (la.) Upper DCS Moines TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1962 Burt Woman Injured At Fenton In Car Crash Fonton — A two car accident occurred on highway 44, Thursday nfternoon nbout 1 p.m., as Miss Ruth Hodgson, 64, Burt, was turning to go into Fenton to give piano lessons at the Clayton Ditsworttt home. She was traveling north, and when turning collided with a south bound car driven by William Garlock, 22, Fonda. Garlock and his parents, the C. W. Garlocks, and sister, Lucinda, 15, were returning home to Fonda after vacationing at their cabin near Aitkin, Minn. Cuts and bruises were sustained by all, but Miss Hodgson and Lucinda both also had chest injuries. They were taken to St. Ann hospital. Both cars, Miss Hodgson's 1957 Chevrolet, and the Garlocks' 1962 Pontiac station wagon, had extensive damage to the left front fenders with the estimate on both cars at over $1,000. Patrolman Bird, Algona, investigated. Win Fair Championships Three champions were exhibited at the Palo Alto county fair, which closed Wednesday in Emmetsburg by the Independence Boosters 4-H club. Independence township is a mile west of Fenton township. The Independence Boosters, Eugene Huskamp, leader, showed two of the prize winners in the championship class. Susan Knutson, daughter of the Gerald Knutsons, Cylinder, exhibited the grand champion market pig. Danny Naig, son of the Charles Naigs, Cylinder, had the reserve champion baby beef. The Independence Belles demonstra- DOUBLE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS From Aug. 16 thru 25th ON ALL GREASE, OIL, AND FILTER CHANGES HANSEN'S STANDARD SERVICE FENTON FREE ..PICKUP &_ DELIVERY ON ^ALL CASH SALES CALL US FOR TRUE LOVELINESS ! • Permanent! • Hair Color • Hair Trims • Hair Styling • Damaged Hair Treatments LAEL'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 99 - Fenton, Iowa £E£*A MOUNTED SUPERPICKER BIG CAPACITY, NON-STOP PICKING 'AH "GCr, from father, ™« points to the top of the wagon elevator -.' guaranteed (or • full' look at WEISBROD IMPLEMENT In Friendly Fenton tion on flag etiquette was judged a state fair winner. Called "Of Thee We Sing", the demonstra. tion by Trudy Huskamp and Arlet Berkland is to be given again in Des Moines during the first week of the fair, on either August 20, 21, or 22. Although the girls project for the year was on home furnishings they are encouraged to demonstrate related subjects, explained their leader, Mrs Eugene Huskamp. She added that Arlet has been working this summer as a waitress at the Ingham Lake Bible camp near Wallingford so that her daughter and Arlet had to practice their demonstration on weekends. Arlet is the daughter of the Reuben Berklands, Cylinder and will be a senior this fall at Cylinder Trudy's parents got their mail from Ringsted but Trudy will be a senior at Sentral high school. 4-H youngsters are encouraged to jresent their demonstrations on related subjects to other community groups. The girls gave their lag demonstration Friday afternoon for the meeting of the Fenon American Legion auxiliary, 'hey are also to appear later be- bre the Emmetsburg Rotary and he Fenton Community Club. Phyllis Frink, Lyle Wed July 29 At Published By The Upper Dei Maine* Publishing 60., Algeria, lowo MAS. JANICE STUCK! News Editor Jensen Fairville . Guests in the Wilfred Stoebe! I home for movies and slides following a picnic in the park on Wednesday evening were Mr and Mrs 0. H. Stoeber, Marshalltown, Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoeber and Debbie Kassulke, Trimont, Minn and Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki | and family. Mr and Mrs Fred Eckhart and sons, Bancroft, were Sunday, Aug I 5 dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Fenton — The marriage of Phy— .......u* ^uv,owo 1/1 ITU oiiu ivirs i i • —o™ **• * »ij I Roelf Miller. The Melvin Rick- llls Frink ' dai 'g h ' e r of Mr and Mrs lefs and children, Titonka were Ervin Frink ' Cylinder and Lyle [ afternoon callers. ' Jensen, son of Mr and Mrs Rich- Picnic supper guests of Mr and ard Jense ". Ringsted, was solemn- Mrs Burnett Heine Thursday eve- ized Sunda y evening, July 29 at ning were Mr and Mrs Donald 7:3 ° p ' m - at St - Luke's Lutheran Priebe and boys and Mr and Mrs cnurcn . Fairville, with Rev. Ro- .Tormr \X/oI*rt. n «J rr> I hPTf D TTnlrolrvi n n *-><->..? »*..« :_ — 41. _ Jerry Waite and Tammy. bert D. Eckelman performing the *-*» y TTUUC auu 1 ammy. ~~»i. i^. A_n.f\cimau pel i Wednesday eve. supper guests in double rin 8 ceremony. I the Norman bollinger home were Miss Doris Bec k. soloist, sang Mr and Mrs Arnold Hantelman the " Wed ding Prayer" preceding and family, Mr arid Mrs Wayne the cere mony and "The Lord's Bollinger and family, Mr and Mrs Pra y er " as the couple knelt at the Kenneth Bollinger, Mrs Sophia altar - Sne was accompanied by Wichtendahl and Paul Bell. The Miss Lae ! Pettit wn ° also played 1 occasion was the birthdays of Nor- tn( r traditional nuptial music. The man and Kenneth Bollinger. Eve- bride ' g ive n in marriage by her ning callers were Mr anH Mrs wn. father, wore a sown of whitp im""15 <-auci:> weie mr ana Mrs WU- •••""••! «>-"c a guwu ui wnue im- mer Wichtendahl and Mrs Keith P° rted Chantilly lace. The fitter] "an Hove and children. bodice was of basque styling, fea- i Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel and turin 8 long lace sleeves with the (Patty left Thursday to live in I traditional lace point at the wrist, Phoenix, Ariz. Widdel will work I Sabrina neckline with jeweled fr >r General Motors there. I trlm - The full lace skirt scalloped" Mr and Mrs Robert Morris, St. over a n y'°n tulle skirt, appliqued Paul, Minn, visited over the week-1 wltfl Chantilly lace extended into ••• - - a flowing chapel train. Her full cloud illusion veil was attached to a nylon braided crown accented with sequin and pearl trim. She carried a cascade bouquet of red roses and glittered stephanotis. Her only jewelry was a pearl necklace, a gift of the groom. Miss Diane Frink of Des Moines attended as maid of honor, Miss Mariys Frink of Minneapolis was bridesmaid and Miss Colleen Frink served as junior bridesmaid; all are sisters of the bride. The groom was attended by his cousin Kenneth Podersen of Ringsted, Laverne Jensen, brother of the groom, served as best man Konald Pedersen, cousin of the groom, served as junior groomsman. The ushers were Dennis Frink and Gerald Pedersen. Following the ceremony a re caption was held j n the church basement for 17.", relatives and friends. Mrs Fred Frmk, Whitte more, and .M,. s G . A . Wittkopf Algona, cut and served the cakn Mrs Loren Harris of De.s Moine, poured. Mrs H H . P,ttit and Mrs Kenneth Johnson .served the Punch. Dining room hosLs were Mr and Mrs FJnu-r firic-nert Mrs Lowell Platter of (iraettin^r had charge of (he guest book M,-, end with Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske. Mrs Morris is Mrs Ruske's sister. Mr and Mrs Harold Geronsin, St. Louis, Mo. visited several days last week with the Ray Priebes and other friends and relatives in Fenton and Ringsted. Mrs Harold Derksen and daughters, Spencer, S. D. and Mrs Gilbert Scribner Jr., Slayton, Minn. visited last week with their parents, Mr and Mrs Oscar Sorenson. Mr and Mrs Kendall Meyer are parents of their first child, a son born at the Spencer hospital on Aug. 4. Kasen Lee weighed 7 Ibs. and 12 oz. Meyer is a new barber in Fenton and the family will be moving into one of Bailey's apartments soon. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Krause are parents of their second son born on Aug. 3 at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The baby, Shawn Michael weighed 7 pounds and 124 ounces and has one brother Scott Allen who is one year old. Mr and Mrs Fred Anderson, Clinton, Minn, and Herman Kerstein, Portland, Ore., visited a few days last week with Mr and Mrs John Gramenz. On Friday they and Mr and Mrs William Longnecker, South Bend, Ind., and Mr and Mrs Eric Wingren, Ft. Dodge, were dinner guests of the Gramenz. Mrs Anderson and Kerstein are Mrs Gramenz, sister and brother and Mrs Longnecker and Mrs Wingren are Gramenz' sisters. Mr and Mrs Edward Schle joined Mr and Mrs Edwin Josten of Klemme to visit William Schlei at the South Side Nursing Home in Mason City Thursday. He is a brother of Mrs Josten and Schlei. Mr and Mrs Koelf Miller were Wednesday evening guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Eckhart in Bancroft to help their grandson Dale celebrate his first birthday. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller visited with their daughter and son-in-law Mr and Mrs Paul Winters, Buffalo Center, Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell have a new granddaughter born Aug. 8. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Irwing Davidson. Mrs Davidson is the Mitchell's daughter Elaine. Sunday the Mitchells left to spend a week with them in Charles City. The Fenton Progressors 4-H club ield its monthly meeting at the home of Dennis Uthof. President ary Berkland called the meeting to order. The club is planning to io to the Minnesota Twins baseball game August 20 and plans were made. Gene Wegener, Mrs George Um- shilt and Vergerw Bierstedt opened the gifts. Table waitresses were Gail Hantelman, Karen Wiener, Wilma Schmeling, Sherly Kane, Marcia Randa and Betty DePue. Following a "wedding trip to northern Minnesota the couple are now at home on a farm near Rine- sted. B Debbie Kassulke of Trimont, Minn, visited last week with Mr and Mrs Gerald McClintock and family, Littleton, Colo., Mr and Mrs Edwin Josten, Mr and Mrs Kermit Schlei, Mr and Mrs George Schoewetter all of Klemme, Mr and Mrs Melvin Schlei, Garner, Mr and Mrs Donald Berhow, Webster City, Mrs Richard Linnehau, Britt, Mrs Richard Berbeck, .Clear Lake, Mrs Emma Weisbrod, Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Clarence Weisbrod and Mr and Mrs George Johnson, Ringsted. A group of neighbors bale( straw for Clifford Douglas wh( was recently hospitalized at Pal Alto Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg following surgery. Those who helped were William Weiner and Jim, Dale Voigt and Mark, Norwood Voigt and David, Carl Berkland, Dale, Lyndon and Paul David Berkland, Kenny Kerber and Marlyn Stcinberger. Mrs Dale Voigt helped Mrs Douglas serve lunch. Mrs John U'cisbroil and children returned to their home in Trenton, Mich, after an extended visit with Mrs Weisbrod's parents, Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz. Mrs J. A. Schwartz, Miss Edith Laage and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth were Saturday, Aug. 4 luncheon guests of Miss Ruth Hodgson Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Mr and Mrs James Cody and family, Mr and Mrs Melvin Berkland and family, Rev. and Mrs Oliver Johnson and family, Lilith Solberg and Pam Randa vacationed together and attended the conference at the Lutheran Bible Camp in Minneapolis last week. These people and some others from a distance always try to go to go to the camp the same week so to enjoy it together The others are 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 Bo». Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUIIDING SERVICE For Building , Remodeling PHONf 125 or 17 Or, E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER |« The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fontonl LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm loam And Auction Service Phono 833 Fentpn, l«wq Mr and Mrs Alfred Berklaftd, Wahoo, Neb., Mr and Mrs Mike Nelson, Sioux City, Mr and Mrs Nyles Heggen and David, Rev. and Mrs Roy Henrlcksen and family, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Berkland, all of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Martin Tinderland and Mr and Mrs Henry Mansager. Cynthia Lynn Flint, infant dn~u". ghter of Mr and Mrs Glen Flint was baptized Sunday, Aug. 5, at St. John's Lutheran church by Rev. W. H. Friedrich. Mr and Mrs Tom Manley were the baby's sponsors. Dinner guests at the 'lint home that day were Mr and Mrs Nels Flint, Mr and Mrs Merle Hint and family, Mr and Mrs Tom Hanley and Lori, Mr and Mrs Ed ,'Iitchell, Mr and Mrs Ray Uthof ind family, Mr and Mrs Edwin Jthof and family, Mr and Mrs Harold Eimers and family, Mr nd Mrs LaDell Olsen and Jade, Irs Lena Jentz and Bonnie Jentz. Miss Edith Laagc and Mr and Urs J. A. Schwartz recently visit- d their son and family, the J. W. chwartz at his cabin on Ten Mile nke near Hackensack, Minn. Depew Circle Meets In Park Fenton — The Fellowhsip Circle of the Depew Lutheran church held guest day for the Depew Circle in the Fenton park on Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs Joe Kay, Mrs Eldon Rhoads, Mrs Melvin Egland, Mrs Arden Twaiten, Mrs Theo Naig, Mrs Aldrith Juhl, Mrs Paul Zumach and girls, Mrs Richard Underwood and family and Mrs Duane Habeger and family. Mrs Ernest Berkland led thd devotions from the book of Psalms. Lynnora Underwood and Debbie Zumach sang a duet, Patty Ruhnke read poems, Kirsten, Sandra and Kent Habeger sang several songs, Mrs Albert Mitchell gave a reading, Pam Zumach -ynette Underwood and Karer Berkland sang songs, Mrs Melvin Berkland gave a reading, Bethene Juhl sang "Living for Jesus", Mrs ilrvin Ruhnke read a poem and Urs Bertie Berkland and Mrs Ernest Berkland closed the pro- gram with a duet, "Thy Word Is Like a Garden". After a short business meeting a politick lunch was enjoyed. Gridders Open Practice Aug* 24 At Sentral High Fenton — Sentral football practice will begin on Friday, August 24, the first day the Iowa High School Athletic Association will al- ow practice to begin. Any boys who are interested in football should meet in the high school locker room on August 23 at 2:00 p.m. for examinations and issuing of equipment. The coaches are James Woltz and Tony Winters. The 1962 football schedule is — Sept. 14—Kanawha, here Sept. 21—Lincoln-Central, there Sept. 28—Titonka, here Oct. 6—Armstrong, there Oct. 12—Swea City, here Oct. in—Rake, here Oct. 2&-Thompson, there Nov. 2—Burt, there FOR SALE OR RENT - 5-ROOM modern house with 6 lots in Fenton. Allan Bollinger. 32* CARD OF THANKS Many thanks for the cards and visits while at the hospital. A special thank yoa to the neighbors who combined oats and baled straw for me. Clifford Douglas 32* CARD OF THANKS Our heartfelt thanks for the kindness, floral offerings, memorial gifts, cards and food and everyone who helped in every way, following the death of our beloved father and brother. 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