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SEPTEMBER 11, 1962 Silver Wedding Honors For Seneca Couple Seneca - Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn were honored on their 25th wedd.ng anniversary Sunday when their children held on "open house" for them. Hosts were Mr ™L " ,5° rgan Ten "yson of n^ \, M u in "" Larr y Osbor n of Omaha, Neb. and Shirley. Mrs Virgil Jensen of Swea City presided at the silver service Mr and Mrs Clarence Osborn and David spent from Friday until Monday of last week visiting at the home of the Hudson Potters Rockford, 111. Mrs Potter is the former Pauline Osborn Carol Johannesen, who is cm- pl6yed in Denver, spent the weck- , end with her parents, the Fred [ Johannesens. Mary England, who is employed at Omaha, spent the Labor Day I weekend with her parents, the Lvle f Englands. Mr and Mrs David Looft spent {Friday evening at the Glenn Hop Ipe home at Truman, Minn, or |Mr Ho.npe's birthday anniversary Mr and Mrs Neil Osborn anc Ifamily of Charles City accompan lied by Lyle Osborn of Cedar Falls •attended the 25th wedding anniver sary for the Lester Osborns Sun Iday. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft accom- anied by Mrs Bertha Pommer of Aigona visited with Mrs Gerrit De Waard, a patient at Mercy hos- pilal, Mason City, on Thursday. 'Mrs De Waard submitted to major surgery on Tuesday. She is re- fMfCuperating satisfactorily and ex- f" pected to be released from the hos- ; pital the middle of this week. , Mr and Mrs Marvin Wilberg and family of St. Paul visited Sunday with his parents, the Martin Wil- bergs. Mr and Mrs Bill Helgen of Emmetsburg were evening Callers. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and family were guests at a family , gathering at the Harry Bonnickson home at Armstrong honoring [.' Mr and Mrs Merton Piederson. and . children of Kalamazoo, 'Mich,. Others in attendance included Mr and Mrs Manno Piedersen and Mrs Otto Wilberg of Hingsted; Mr and Mrs Henry Lange of Thompson Mr and Mrs James Andreason o Algona; Mr and Mrs Rueben Lar son, Mr and Mrs Roger Larson and Mr and Mrs Roger Larson anc Mr and Mrs Dale Daniels of Arm strong. The group enjoyed a pic nic dinner together. Mrs Alvin Cyphers was hostess to the Modern Mixers club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Perfecl attendance awards were presentee to Mrs John Johannesen, Mrs Roy Hinz and Mrs Calvin Vaudt. Birthday members honored were Mrs Everett Witham, Mrs Alvin Cyphers and Mrs Robert Burt. Mrs Cyphers had charge of the entertainment. Mrs Roy Hinz will be the October hostess. Sentral Class Elections Held In Past Week Fenton — Sentral high school students elected their officers last week and they are as follows — Seniors, president, Don Yager; ice president, Francis Lieb; sec- etary, Nancy Schmeling; treasur- r, Beverly Wehrspann; and student council representatives, William Weisbrod and Carol Ostwald. The senior class adviser is Don Blanchard, principal. Juniors, president, Jacqueline Laabs; vice president, Willie Pet tit; secretary, Carol Shaw; treas urer, Linda Ramus and studen council representatives, Judy Geit zcnauer and Gloria Householder The junior class advisers are Mrs Ellerston, Mrs Nugent, Robert Burkgren and Howard Tomlinson. Sophomores, president, Judy Hammerstrom; vice president, Nadine Weisbrod; secretary-treasurer, Bonnie Wehrspann; and student council representatives, Marilyn Alt and Allan Dacken. Their advisers are Lou Paulsen and Clayton Wolff. Freshman officers are president, )ennis Uthof; vice president, 'erry Eimers; secretary-treasur- T, Diane Pompe and student coun- il representatives, Rennae Votte- er and Roger Steinberger. Their lass advisers are Larry Fain and "ony Winter. Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman ave two houseguests visiting them ioth ..of the ladies, Mrs Tillie Walker, Monterey Park, Cal. and liss Erna Meier, Los Angeles, re Mrs Hantelman's sisters. Aid Groups Of Fenton Churches Conduct Meetings Fenlon — The Fenton Lutheran Ladies Aid met Wednesday afternoon at the church. Mrs Martin Ohm, vice president, was in charge of the business meeting. The Fenton ladies have been invited by the Lotts Creek ladies to their guest day on Sept. 21. Rev. Friedrich led the devotions and presented the topic. The hostesses were Mrs Ernest Fischer, Mrs Norman Fmnestad and Mrs W. H Friedrich. The Fairville Lutheran Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon in the church. The devotions and topic Jardis — The Church of the Living 3ead was presented by Rev. Ec- celman. The aid is making plans or the Lutheran Women's Missionary League Rally to be held Oct 0. Methodist Women's Society of )hristian Service met Thursday Mrs Earl Lufkin led the devotions md Mrs Clarence Underwood, the ecretary on missions, presented he lesson. Mrs Clayton Ditsworth was pianist. A special service conducted by Mrs Raymond Stoeber was held for the Golden Age members of the W.S.C.S. The Golden Agers present were Mrs Retta Eigler, Mrs Fred Fessler, Mrs Mary C. Hansen, Mrs Bessie Hartman, Mrs Blanche Huskamp, Mrs Olga Huskamp, Mrs George M. Jorgensen, Mrs Amanda Kern, Mrs Fred Pruel, Mrs Edward Schlei, Mrs J. A. Schwartz, Mrs Carrie Voigt, Mrs Ella Waite, Mrs E. C. Weisbrod. W.S.C.S. president, Mrs Lyle Newel announced that a guest day would be held at the church on Sept. 12 at 2 p.m. The Rummage sale is to be held at the Fenton Community Center on Sept. 22. Guests were Mrs Webber Yager, Mrs Emma Reimers and Miss Genevieve Newel, Chicago. The lostesses were Mrs Hans Baago, Mrs Clarence Yager and Mrs Raji Zwiefel. FOR TRUE LOVELINESS ! • Permanents • Hair Color • Hair Trims • Hair Styling ; • Damaged Hair " Treatments LAEL'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 99 — Fenton, Iowa WE SELL (and Erect If Desired) \ CORN CRIBS & GRAIN BINS WALSH & SPEEDY CORN CRIBS Don't Buy Until You Get Our Quotations WEISBROD IMPLEMENT In Friendly Fenton Attend Fire School Seven Fenton firemen, Chief Merle Voigt, Ronald Chrischilles, Burnett Heine, Jim Meyer, Kendall .Meyer, Donald Priebe and Richard Stuck! attended a fire control school at Emmetsburg Thursday light. A fire specialist from Iowa State University taught the proper irocedure for putting out a house ire. An actual house was burned for the demonstration and the men donned fireproof garb and entered the burning structure to extinguish the fire. Many firemen from surrounding towns and as far away as Spencer attended. Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt ami family were Sunday, Sept. 2, visitors in the Dan Peterson and Edward Westfall homes in Graettinger. Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz and Miss Edith Laage spent the Labor Day weekend sightseeing in Wisconsin in Little Norway and Prairie Du Chein and in Decorah, la. Mrs Alex Kudig, her son Kugene of Omaha, a daughter, Mrs Harold Gross and granddaughter, Marlys Radig, Lone Rock, recently returned from attending the wedding of another granddaughter, Connie Sage in Arlington, Va. Connie is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sage and Mrs Sage is the former Evelyn Radig. Mr and Mrs Don Kerry man, Beth Ann and Scott Allen, Colom- DUS, 111. visited the week of August 28 to September 4 in the parental Eldon Hantelman home. Mrs Berryman is the former Sharon Hantelman. Feye Hantelman also visited her parents over the Labor Day weekend. She returned by train from Perry to her job in Den ver, Colo, on Tuesday. John Grnnu-nz was an ovcrnighi patient Thursday night at University Hospital in Iowa City for an eye check-up. Miss JoAnne Bergrr who teach es 1st grade at Rosedale, Minn, and Miss Beth Newel who teaches 4th grade at Wayzata visited Mrs Jessie Newel over the Labor Day weekend. Susan Huntelman returned on Labor Day to Abbott School of Nursing in Minneapolis where she will continue her studies after a month vacation, with her parents, Mr and Mrs William Hantelman. Mr and Mrs Paul Kiglcr visited over the Labor Day weekend with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Kaye Huske in Davenport. They also visited with Mrs Eigler's aunt and uncle, Rev. and Mrs Herman Maas and with Mr and Mrs Martin Licht in Lowden. Mr and Mrs Donald Void and : amily, Lake Mille, and Mr and VI rs Lyle Hansen and Greg were Sunday, Sept. 2, dinner guests of Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley. The occasion was in honor of Mrs Void and Mrs Hansen's birthdays. Lyuu Huskc, Madison, Wis., 'isited over the Labor Day weekend with his parents, Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske. Mrs Ruske's nephew and wife, Mr and Mrs John Flink, Austin, visited Sunday Sept. 2, with the Ruskes. Miss Genevieve Newel, Chicago, ieft Saturday by plane from Mason City after visiting with her sister, Mrs E. J. Frank last week. Dr. nnd Mrs E. W. Ruske attended an Iowa Lakes Dental Study Club meeting at Crescent Inn, Okoboji on Saturday. Thursday evening, Aug. 30, supper guests of Mr and Mrs Eldon Hantelman were Mr and Mrs Don Berryman and family, Colombus, 111., Mr and Mrs Loren Miller and girls, Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Walter Krause and Mr and Mrs Howand Krause and girls. Mrs Olaf Norland and Mrs Dennis Schmidt were evening callers. Calvin Voigt, Crystal Lake, William Voigt and Peggy were Labor Day evening visitors in the Clifford Douglas home. Gary /umach was a Tuesday evening supper guest of Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki. Lnst week several neighbors plowed 39 acres for Clifford Douglas who had surgery several weeks ago. Those who helped were William Weiner, Dale Voigt, Derwood Voigt, Earl Lufkin and Kenneth Kerber. Mrs Dale Voigt, Mrs Derwood Voigt and Mrs William Weiner furnisned salad, cake and pies for the noon meal and helped Mrs Douglas prepare it. Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt included Sacramento, Cal. in their recent trip to the World's Fair. They were guests for four days in the home of Don Boevers, former Fenton resident and a cousin of Voigt. Mrs Boevers and their daughter Penny have been classmates at Sacramento Stale College. Mrs Boevers is majoring in elementary education. This fall, however, Penny is transferring to the college in Chico, Calif, where she will major in home economics. Mr and Mrs Everett Gayle, Decorah were overnight guests Wednesday night of Mr and Mrs Ray Priebe. Mrs Gayle and Mrs Priebe are sisters. Mrs Melvin Peterson, Portland, Oregon, visited last week with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Arnold Hantelman and family. Mr Peterson joined her after visiting relatives in Minnesota and they continued their vacation together. Labor Day dinner guests ot Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell were Alice Skaar, Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Chester Skaar, Harold and Burnett, Primgar, Rev. and Mrs Eddie Silrum and family, Storden, Minn., Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood and family. Mr and Mrs Fred Erkhart and sons, formerly of Bancroft were honored at a farewell party in the home of Mrs Eckhart's parents, Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller, Saturday night, Sept. 1. Other guests were Mrs Eckhart's sisters and families, the Melvin Ricklefs, Titonka, and the Paul Winters, Buffalo Center. The Eckharts have moved to Gary, 111. where he i c working for the Northwood Cattle Farms. Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell and Rev. and Mrs Eddie Silrum and family, Storden, Minn, attended the baptism of Elynn Davidson, 1 month old daughter of the Irving Davidsons on Sunday evening, Sept. 2 in Charles City. Mrs Davidson is the former Elaine Mitchell. Mr and Mrs Don Berryman Colombus, 111. were Friday evening, Aug. 31, dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Norman Bollinger. Mr and Mrs Floyd Kurd, Mrs Marion Stucki accompanied by Mrs Mildred Bloomquist, Fort Dodge, visited over the weekend in the Emil Mueller home in Kansas City, Mo. Mr and Mrs Frank McFall visited their daughter and son-in-law the Herbert Weiskes in Cedar Kapids over the Labor Day weekend On Labor Day they all went to West Branch to see Herbert Hoover's home and the new Hoover library there. Mr nd Mrs Norman Bollingrr entertained Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs Bellinger's birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Arnold Hantelman and family, Mrs Melvin Peterson, Portland, Ore., Mrs Sophia Wichtcndahl, Carol Bollinger and Mr and Mrs Wayne Bollinger and family. Mr and Mrs Bennie Bcrkland and family, Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and family and Art Mueller visited Sunday afternoon, Sept. 2, with Mrs Martha Mueller. Published By The Upper DM Moines Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. JANICE STUCKI Newt Editor Lone Rock Club Fetes Teachers At Meeting Lone Rock — The regular month- •ly meeting of the Lone Rock U.P.W. was held Sept. 6 in the Presbyterian church. Devotions were led by Mrs Art Person. The program was presented by Mrs Bernard Miller. Lone Rock teachers were honored and given a small gift and an "apple for the teacher." The teachers were Miss Yager, Mrs Pingel, Mrs Blanchard, Mrs Bras, Mrs Thompson, Mrs Hilton, Mrs Behne and Mrs Petticord. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs Jim Marlow, Mrs Clair Bollinger, Mrs Robert Fortney, Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom and Mrs Kenne.th Jackson. Mr and Mrs Raymond Kading took their oldest son Marvin to St. Paul, Minn. Monday where he entered Concordia College. Mrs Jim Long entertained friends at her home Saturday in honor of the birthday of Mrs Jack Quinn. Others present were Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs Ruth Krueger, Mrs Mary Genrich, Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs Maude Blanchard, and Mrs Henry Schroeder. High prize was won by Mrs Henry Schroeder, low prize was won by Mrs Mary Genrich and Mrs Schroeder won travel. Mr and Mrs John Behrends were dinner guests Thursday at the Tom Fretty home at Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton attended the Minnesota State Fair and also saw Cinerama at Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson visited Monday at their daughter's hoime at Galva, Mr and Mrs Andy Peterson. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen were guests at the Elmer Rosen home at Fairmont Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs John Behrends were Wednesday supper guests at the Ornie Behrends home. Nancy Fischer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer, Lone Hock, returned Friday from the WE DO CUSTOM DRESSING of CHICKENS Floyd Duncan Phone 55 — Fenton (35-36*) 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 But, Phone 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, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Jsi TTbe Only Publication Print»4 That Takes An Intsissi In teuton I UOYD M. BERKUND licenced. Real Estate Broker and Farm loan* And Auction Service Phong 333 Fsnten, ! 9 wq Ghost Ranch at Abiquin, New Mexico, where she was employed for the summer. Mr and Mrs Will Gifford wcrt guests at a picnic dinner at the P. W. Marlow home at Burt Sunday. Also there were Mr and Mrs Billy Gifford and family, Mr and Mrs James Gifford nnd family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Marvin Marlow and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Bud Marlow and family of Burt nnd Mr and Mrs Martin Smith and family of Algona. Mr and Mrs Melvin Meyer, Bryan and David, Algona, were Sunday supper guests at the parental, A. A. Krueger home. Mr Bill Christenson was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee. Mr and Mrs Bob Marlow, Brenda and Paula were supper guests a! the Mike Glasnapp home at Ring sted in honor of Mike's birthday Monday. Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Herb Nelson were Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone and family, Mr and Mrs Bobby Wagnon, Steve and Sheila of St. Joseph, Mo., and Mrs Mary Michaelsen of Titonka. Mr and Mrs Bobby Wagnon nnd family left Sunday after a three- day visit with the Stone family. Several area men left Friday on a two-week fishing trip to Canada. They planned to go to Herblet Lake near the town of Snow Lake in Manitoba, Canada. The men are Art Priebe, Bernard Pettit and Ed Luedtke of Lone Rock and H. R. Pettit and Ronnie of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Harry Lund of Swea City called at the Joe Lynch THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 TuMdtty, September 11, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moine* 7 home Tuesday evening. Jerry Angus and a friend from Omaha spent the Labor Day week end with his parents, Mrs Maude Blanehard sprnl Monday at the home of her rtauph- ter, Mrs Alfred Schultz at Ollost'n Mrs Emma Decker of Oilman, 111. spent from Tuesday until Sunday at the John Behrends home crrv RKAUTY SHOP ARMSTRONG Specials on permanent* and all services. Open everyday H a.m. — 5:00 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday evenings by appointment. Phone Union 4-;w>!«. 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