The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1957 · Page 47
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 47

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 27, 1957
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Good Neighbors Cultivate For III Fenton Farmer Fenton ~ A group of neighbors cultivated the corn and beans for Elmer Krause Thursday morning Krause is hospitalized at Estherville. .Helping in the good neighborly d,eed were Arnold Lieb. Hans Baago, Jack Gerhart Ed Meyer, Fred Meyer, Frank Meyer, barrel Dreyer, Harold Dreyer, Art Zumach, Arlo Ranney, Puggy Pettit, Amos Finnestad, Rueben Luedtke, W. E. Laage, Merwin Wallace, Richard Meyer and Lowell Fesseler. Circle Elects Officers The Gene Circle of the Methodist church met June 21 in the Ernest Ruske home with 12 members and one guest present. Mrs Curtis . Lura joined the circle. Mrs John Light was in charge oi devotions and Mrs Jack Gerhardt presented the lesson. Election ' of officers was held and the officers-for the coming year are as follows: Program chairaian, Mrs Frank McFall; cochairman, /•- Mrs Charles Newel; Secretary, Mrs Myron Speer: Treasurer, Mrs Gaylord Johnson. Spiritual Life chairman, Mrs Walter Widdel. Following adjournment of the meeting, lunch was'served by Mrs Fred Brown and Mrs Ruske. Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman were Sunday afternoon and evening guests in the Charles Nelson home at Cylinder. Mr and; _Mrs Merle Voigt, William Vqigt'andj. Peggy were Sunday aflecnoon visitors in the Franklin Mueller home. Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod spent Saturday at Clear Lake visiting with Mr and Mrs Farmer of Ottumwa. Roger Dreyer' is attending ths 4-H Club Short Course at Ames from Tuesday to Thursday of this week. Roger was elected to b'e one of the ushers. More than 1200 Iowa 4-H Club boys attended. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn attended the wedding of Miriam Foegc and George Herbener at Pocahontas, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Roy Brown of Galena, 111. visited Saturday to Monday with Fenton relatives. Mrs Robert Jacobsen and children have spent this past,, week, in the parental Curtis Olson home, Mr and Mrs Ray Kyhl, Dennis and Valaine were Wednesday evening victors in the Maynard Nemitz horrte. The Kyhls, who have lived at Nelson, Minn., since leaving Fenton several years ago, are now moving to Oregon. Miss Borchardt To Wed Larry Beckley, Aug. 4 Louisa Jenfz Dies In Colo. Fenton — Fenton relatives recently received word of the death of Mrs Louisa Jentz ol Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs Jentz was 80 years the 3rd of January. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs Emil Brandenburg, and one grandson, Eddie Brandenburg of Colorado Springs; also one sister, Mrs Clara Gremmels of Fenton; two brothers, Jolin Schalhn of Lone Hock and Frank Schallin of Algona, besides a numbar of nieces and nephews, many of whom live irr this vicinity. Mrs Jentz' husband and a son Alfred preceded hei m death. Among those attending the funeral services were Mr ana Mrs William Boettcher of Fenton arid Mrs Martha Pompe % and Harlan of Whittemore. % / Exchange, but a motion was made to take care of all other bills. Kathryn Jacobson showed pic tures of the various activities the club has participated in .this past year. ' Lunch was served by the hostess and her mother. Fenton — Mr and Mrs Otto J. Borchardt of Fenton announc^ the engagement .and approaching wedding, August 4, of their daughter, Yvonne Vivian, above, and Larry L. Beckley, son of Mr and Mrs J. F. Beckley of Fenton. Yvonne graduated from Sentral high school and is now employed at the First Trust & Savings Bank in Fenton. Larry graduated- from Hosper's high school and attended Wartburg college at Waverly. He is now Junior High teacher and a coach at Burt community school. ' Betty Cody Oil Scholarship List Fenton — Betty Cody, daughter -of M.r and Mrs A. Cody, of iFenton, lias 'been-placed orr-ttir dean's list at Augustana Colleg'e. The dean's list, a scholastic honor roll, shows 'those persons who have maintained an average of "B" or better for the semester's work. In order ,to be considered for the list, the student can have no incomplete grades GET OUR PRICES ON BALER TWINE RIGHT NOW - Can Be Used In Any Baler Available In Any Quantity FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR "Where You Trade With Yourself" Farewell Dinner At Fenton For Mr - Mrs Hengel Fenton — The Hancelman Building Crew had a supper Tuesday evening in the Martin Hantelman home in compliment to Mr and Mrs Art Hengel who plan to leave Fenton. They were presented with going away gifts from the group. William Hantelman showed colored slides of general interest and of various building during construction. Present were the Hcngels, Beverly Randolph, Mr and Mrs Art Mueller, Mr and Mrs Martin Ohm and Dennis, Mi- and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys, Mr and Mrs Monte Hiatt, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Scribner, Jr., John Haack, Bill Bruhn, the William Hantelman family, and Darwin Koepke of Burt. Helen Circle Meeting The Helen Circle of the WSCS met Thursday afternoon with Mrs Jessie Newel with eighteen members present. Mrs Harvey Walker was a circle' guest. i - The following officers will serve for the coming year. Chair- i man, Mrs Clarence Yager; cochairman, Mrs Arlo Ranney; program chairman, Mrs Dale Weisbrod, treasurer, Mrs Herschel Hartman-; card chairman, Mrs Bessie Hartman; Spiritual Life chairman, Mrs W. R, Wolfe; secretary, Mrs Alfred Meyer. The devotion and prayer session was conducted by Mrs Arlo Ranney. The lesson presented by Mrs Lester Weisbrod was taken from the study book, Missions USA. The lesson on family life gave a history of the past thirty years and how the churches of today are pioneering in personal and family problems. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, July 16, with Mrs Lyle Newel. Members should note that this is a couple days earlier then the usual' meeting date. Fenton Forwards met in the home of Dorothy, Mary and Razelle Reinhardt with 11 members and one guest present. During the meeting, the Club chose the demonstration teams and the Fair Booth''committee. . Razelle ' Reinhardt gave a demonstration on 'Sewing on a Button.' Judy Berkland presented a 'demonstratton on 'Putting on a Zipper.' Jackie Laabs gave a talk on 'Courtesy in a theater.' Mrs Lloyd Berkland and Mrs Louis Seegebarth were the visiting mothers and Mrs Elmer Krause and Sharon Krause were guests of the Club. The meeting closed with the 4-H Club pledge after which the club sang songs. Lunch was served by tho hostesses. The next meeting will be held at Judy Berklands. Idealist 4-H The Independence Idealist 4-H Club met with hostess, Teresa Naig. Club leader, Mrs Olal Norland and eight members, Virgene Norland, Joanne Mitchell, Arl'et Berkland, Kathryn Jacobson, Janice Jacobson, Lois Berkland and Janice Priebe were present. Lois Berkland presided at the business meeting. Announcement was made at the meeting, that on Rally Day, Janice Jacobson was a candidate for office, and was elected as president. The local club is very proud of her. The club voted to pay the girls' way to camp. Since the club funds are low, it was decided not to pay the International Youth Wednesday afternoon visitors in the Curtis Olsen home were Mr and Mrs Carl Grundahl of Moscow, Idaho. Mr and Mrs Howard "Bierstedt and girls of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys spent last Sunday at Spirit. Lake, where they enjoyed a picnic dinner and supper. Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family were Sunday guests in the Rev. H. H. Schau- iand home in Webster City. Mi and Mrs Max Haiti and family of Burt were last Tuesday evening visitors in the Franklin Mueller home. Mr and Mrs Robert Johanssn of Minneapolis are the parents of a son born June 19th. Mr and Mrs E. J. Frank of Fenton are the maternal grandparents. The Johansens have two other children, a boy.and a girl. Mrs Betty Freeman and son Leslie of Goldfield visited several days this past week in the Henry Wilberg home. Mrs L. J. Weisbrod has recently enjoyed the visit of her four sisters, Mrs John Boevers of El Reno^Okla., Mrs Mary Fink of Waterloo, Mrs Carrie Haase, who has recently returned from California; and Mrs Theodore Weisbrod of Fairmont. William Voigt, Lois and Peggy have spent this past week vacationing at Big Sand Lake in northern Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle' and Barbara drove to Ottawa^ 111. last Saturday to attend the Nelson-Ryhg reunion. They returned home Monday. Deloris Wilberg A Bride-To-Be Coming Events Tuesday, July 2—Fairville Ladies Aid; Woman's Society of Christian Service. Wednesday, July 3 — St. John Lutheran Ladies Aid. Monday, July 8 — Legion meeting. The Seneca Stars 4-H Club held their regular meeting in conjunction with their traditional Mother's Tea at the home of Marcia Hartshorn Monday evening, June 3. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY J. Wallace Smith Real Estate Broker General insurance THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bui. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHQNi 125 pr 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, lowo HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair* FENTON, IA. Fenton — Mr and Mrs Otto Wilberg of Ringsted announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Deloris Mae, above, to Paul D. Mork, son of Rev. and Mrs P. L. Mork of Clarkfield, Minn. Miss, Wilberg is a graduate of Waldorf College, Forest City and attended Luther College, Decorah, and Concordia College at Moorhead, Minn. She has taught at Clarion and McCallsburg, la. Mr Mork is a graduate of Waldorf College and Concordia College at Moorhead, Minn, and studied at the University of Oslo, Norway. He is a student of Luther Theological Seminary in St. Paul, Minn., and is at present on internship in Bremerton, Washington. A September wedding is planned. They will make their home in the Twin Cities where Mr Mork will complete his final year at the seminary. Seneca Lady Breaks Hand In Fall "''" Seneca — Mrs Eula Williamson fell at the home of her daughter, Mrs Olaf Oftedahl, last Tuesday and suffered broken bones in her hand. In her fall, a crocket hook, which she was holding in her hand, was forced almost through her hnnd, making the injury very painful. Medical Care Mrs Alfred Petersen was confined to her home the early part of last week with an infection on one side of her face. She was under a doctor's care for several days. Post-Nuptial Shower ' Mr and Mrs Bruce Hill (nee Dorothy Oftednhl) were honored at a post-wedding shower hc.-ld Sunday evening at the Blakjer church parlors. A program was given for entertainment. The gift table was decorated with a flower covered parasol and the refreshment table; with a huge bouquet of pink peonies. Refreshments were served by the ladies of the congregation. Mr and Mrs Hill, who were married on June 9, are making their home at Buffalo Center this summer. This fall they will move to Ridgeway where the bade plans to teach school and till groom will continue his studies at Luther College. WMF Meets ~ The Blakjer Women's Missionary Federation met at the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs Curtis Olson and Mrs Otto Wilberg as hostesses. The program opened with a hymn after which Rev. Harlan Blockhus conducted devotions. Mrs Sig Loge reported on the convention held recently at Milford. The lesson was presented by Mrs Henry Looft. Mrs Odey Cherland talked on Pensions. The program closed with the offering prayer and the table prayer sung in unison. Pre-Nuptial 'Shower Mary Elizabeth Kennedy was honored at a pre-nuplial miscellaneous shower held Thursday evening at St. Mary's Hall at Armstrong. Mrs Don Kennedy had charge of registering the guests, also the program, which consisted of a reading and two solos by Kay Fitzgerald. The bride-to-be then openec her gifts. She was assisted by Donna Kahler of Bancroft. Mary Elizabeth, was married to Albert Kahler of Bancroft Wod' nesday, June 26, at St. Mary's church at Armstrong at 9 o'clock. Hostesses included Mesdames Mike Kennedy, Don Kennedy, Leon Looft, Floyd Brekke, Lee, Guerdet, Leo Crowley, RUBSC! Kauffman, Hans Thompson. Francis Sullivan, O. R. Patterson, Mary Cronk and La Velle Kauffman. Thursday, June 27, 1957 Algona (la.) Upper Dot Motnet-7 Mr and Mrs John Johannesen attended' the Ploeger - K r a u s e family reunion held Sunday at the Walter Logeman home neat Woden. Mr and Mrs Russell Kauffman and family also Mr and Mr.' Roger Osborn and baby attended the Christensen family reunion held at Graettinger Sunday. Mrs Cecil Baldwin observed her birthday which was last Sunday, Thursday afternoon b> having a group of neighbors and friends in for coffee. Calvin Vaudt became suddenly ill Friday night and was taken to Holy Family Hospital at Estherville where he is under observation. Four young boys from the Seneca area are attending junior Bible Camp at Ingham Lake this week. Enjoying the outing arc Craig Loge, Jerry Geilenfield. Vernon Wilberg and Roger Cherland. Jon and Joel Jensen, Stewartville, Minn, visited over Saturday night and Sunday at the Russell Kauffman home. Mrs Kathryn Doege ot Algona, has been visiting the past two weeks at the home of her daughter and family, the Woodrow Krachls. Daun Firestone of Canton, Ohio arrived Thursday at the Ted Jensen home for an extended visit. Miss Firestone is Mrs Jensen's cousin. Senecans will be interested In knowing that Richard Pannell, a former Seneca teacher, now living ;it Ringsted, submitted to surgery last Friday at the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville. He is recuperating satisfactorily. Jack Looft left Sunday for Cedar Falls where he will begin work on his Master's Degree at Iowa State Teachers College. ur>M Classified* Pny Dividends The first spraying of the town of Fenton to eliminate the mosquito and fly nuisance will be held some day this week. The date will depend on weather conditions, but the spray machine can be heard for some distance. Residents are warned to get their ecus off the street prior to the spraying, and also to have pets inside and windows closed when the machine passes by. The Town of Fenton will not be responsible for any damage that may be caused. The spray used is not poisonous or harmful to people. G. R. 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