The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1957 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 11, 1957
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M*S. AlftttH MAlVtHSON Ifenixw July 11, 1987 Pub»l«h«d Sy flit Up P «f 0*» Main** Publllhlng Co., Algona, Iftwa Fenton Girl Is Bride In Lolls Creek Nuptials S"" 1 "- — A wadding nf inters 1 to Scnecans w a s solcmni?.": 'I I,\i:--a iy morning, July 4. pt \\ir- ' "- r """'• I'Winnpf Lulherar church at 10 o'clock when Je^n-v f.-ri r,nel,inri. daughter nf Mr an-" >'••« I"!e Knjrlnnd of Frninn. am John F. Kressin. son of Mr n»v Mr? Art Kressin nf Lone Rock UCTP united in marriage. The.- Rev. Pc-tprs officiated ,v t! 1 " clf-ub'e ring ceremony wit! only relatives and close friends it- attendance. Thr bride chnpe for her wedding an informal afternoon d'c*- of white sheer with a gold snow fl-ike. She chose beige accc? Dories and her only jewelry wa^ field earrings, a gift of the groom v Her bridal corsage was te.i roses and librium lilies. Marv Kngland, sister of the bride served as bridesmaid. Her dress wa of pink nylon with beige accessories. Her corsage was an old fashioned nosegay fashioned nf pink carnations. Norman Bollinger, close friend of the groom, served as best man Immediately following the ceremony the bridal party drove to Algona for a wedding dinner at the Algona Hotel. The bride, who is a graduate of Seneca high school, has been employed the past year at Bankers Life at Des Moines where she will resume her work following their return from a short honeymoon trip to the Ozarks. The groom, who is a graduate of the Fenton high school ha? been working with the Ditsworth Construction Company. The newlyweds will malte their home in Des Moines. ' Talks To Son On Okinawa By Ham Radio Relay Aid Fenton — Dr. W. W. Jol2ey, one of fentail's fwo 'ham' r»d:o operators (Paul Hudson being the other), had an unusual experience recently. He wss called io me phone and asked if he would eccept a coaect call licrn Sacramento, Cai. Having a son, Bill, who had been in Okinawa in the air force doing radio repair wotx, he thought perhaps BUI had in some manner hitched a ride to the coast, so he accepted the call. It was Bill, but not the way Doc e x p • c t e d it. Seems that out on Okinwa, Bill managed to contact a ham operator in Sacramento through MARS, military air radio service. He told ihe California operator that his Dad was also an operator, eo the Sacramento man, who had a "patch" or piug-in deal, called Doc. Vvnen Doc answered the phone, ihe Sacramento operator simply plugged the phone cord into the radio set and L)oc was able to talk to his son in Okinwa with the aid of long distance and short, wavo radio. I Picnics, Travel For Many In Fenfon Area Fenlcn — Enjoying a prini. July 4th at the Ed Bruhn home- wore Salina Hantelman, Malinda Hantelman of Clinton, Edna Han- tclman of Dubuque, Mr and Mrs Hilbcrt Hantelman. Paul and David of Mankato, Rev. and Mrs Harry Deiter of Sheffield, Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman, • Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family, and Mr and Mrs Gerhard, Hantelman and Paul. Salina Hantelman has recently arrived home from Frankfurt, Germany, and is attending school at Cedar Falls this summer. Miss Hantelman will teach at Ismir Turkey this next year. Plan W.S.C.S. Projects j The Woman's Society of Christ- iart Service met in the rogula; session on Tuesday, July 2nd in the cljurch parlors, Mrs Olnrence Ostoorn opened the business mcpting v/uh a prayer. Projects planned-Jor the coming year include a 'rummage sale on October 19, Smorgasbord, on November 6th and ' a Mother & Daughter banquet on February 12th. The Executive Board meeting was set for the last Monday in the month. Mrs Frank McFall was in charge of the worship services, with Mrs Wendell Ruscli assisting at the piano. Mrs Clarence Underwood, assisted by Mrs John Munch, Mrs Dale Voigt, Mrs W. W. Jolley and Mrs Art Voigt presented 'Stranger Within the Gates.' Mrs Harvey Walker presented an interesting talk entitled 'My Best.' A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs Jessie Newel, (Mrs Lyle Newel and Mrs Florence Behne. boji this next week are BarbarS England, Elaine Haase,., /TrUdy Huskamp, JoAnn Lufkin, Dgfthis Newel, Don Nickels, Peggy Voigt, Jnnct Walker. Billy Weisbrod, James Weisbrod, Don Yager, iiL-anine /.wieicl and Jerome /wiL-ld. Mrs Ray /Swiefel will be camp ceunseler and Janet Walker will serve as camp pian ist. Attending Camp Among those planning to attend Camp Quest at Lake Oko- ERN HOME FOR SALE Public Weds., July 17 at 6:45 P.M. at FENTON, IOWA " ' ?** Legal description of house being sold.— Lots 4 and 5 in block one of Hantelman's second addition — Size 136 feet by 105 feet. The Don Boevers home located in the third block s o u t h of the school house in the south east corner of the block. This is a two bed* room house, built'in 1950, to F.H.A. Specifications. Ample closets and cupboards. Rubber tile in bath and kitchen which has twin-basin sink with disposal. TV Aerial is to be included. House has all the features you'd require, Venetian blinds, oak floors, insulation, weather-strip* ping, automatic forced air heat, storms and screens with 220 wiring. Very complete with attached garage. There is a 12' x 30' Basement Recreation Room with asphalt tile floor, A full basement with double laundry trays in furnace-laundry room. Complete with electric "water heater, and water softener, An oil furnace. r. TERMS; 20% down. Balance when a warranty deed and abstract I are delivered. For further information please contact J. Wallace Smith, Real Estate broker or Lloyd Berk land, Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker, This house will be available for inspection the WEEK BEFORE SALE DATE and WEDNESDAY MORNING by appointment with above brok- * ers, Pdssesiion by August 25, 1957, Mrs. Don Boevers land/ Auctioneer Owners J. Wallace Smith, Broker Fenton, Iowa SI. John's Aid Met St. John Lutheran Ladies Aid met Wednesday with hostesses Mrs Clarence Wcgener, Mrs John Waito, and Mrs Calvin Vauut. Several committee reports were given. The August meeting wili be a pot-luck picnic at the ten- ton park. Guests at the Albert MilchftlU this past weekt-nd nave baen Mrs Cnedier Skaar, Alice and Bern- UIHI of 1'rimghnr, Mrs Harlan ti<iustian ot fes Moines and Anna Mrniu Aiitcnell who is attending school at Sioux Falls,* S. O. Last Sunday guests in th« Paul Eigler home were Mr, and Mrs John Kohlwes, Mr and'Mrs Arun KohJwes and lamily, Mr and iVirs Everett breyer and Roger, Mr and Mrs Ewald Kohlwes and family of Austin, Susan Hantelman and Pamela Vveisbrod. Juuy Eisler returned home 'with tnu Ewald Kohlwes for several days visit, Ihe Fenlcn Prograssort 4-H Club heid tneir July meeting in the home of Jon und Earl Jentz. Roger Ureyer, presided at the business meeting. Reports were given by Roger Dreyer and Jack' Munch on the Boys 4H Short course. Each of the members present told what they were planning to take to the County Fair. Following the meeting, a game for recreation was conducted ,and refreshments were served by Mrs Jentz. Mrs Edith Wander, a sister-in- law and her daughter and husband and little son Darrell of Waterloo visited Sunday in the Phil Wander home on tneir way home from Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Aibln Nelson arrived Tuesday from Tempe, Ariz, for a yisit with this vicinity and at Minneapolis, Minn. Sunday guests in the E. C. Weisbrod home were Mr arid Ml* Ray Reimers and Judy of Denver, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Reirhejrs and family of Spencer, Mr and Mrs John Munch and Jack, Mr and Mrs C .J. Scherornel of Swea City, Mr and Mrs William Boet~d^ Burt, Mr arid" .Mrs Arjo Ranney and Mrs Emma Reimers. Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman, Mr and Mrs .Jack Tieman and Terry of Burt and Mr and Mrs Art Tietz of Lakota were Sunday evening guests in the Frank Dreyer home at Lone Rock. The occasion was in observance of the birthday of Henry Tieman. Mr and Mrs Raymond Reimers and Judy of Denver, Colo, have been guests in the home of Mrs Emma Reimers since Tuesday ol last^ week. They left Monday morning for Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Carl Veer Jr. and, family of Rochester, Minn, were guests in the parental Roelf Miller home Saturday and Sunday, Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Melvin Kfcklef and family of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Paul Winter and Julie of Lakota. Mr 'and Mrs J, A. Schwartz spent the weekend in Ames with the Robert Schwartz and J. W. Schwartz families. Mr and Mrs Shelby Weisbrod and Karen,of Arizona have been visiting with relatives in this vicinity. Susan Hantelman is visiting in the home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs W. B. Schmidtke at Morristown, Minn. Mr and Mrs Ed Schlie attended the Beier an$ Schlte family reunion held at the Liberty church near Klemme Sunday. There were 67 in attendance. Slides were shown, and a short program was presented. LuAnn, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth tyeitzel of Fort Dodge was baptized Sunday. Sponsors were Virgil Borchardt and Mrs W.alter Loek. Attending the Cervices, from Fenton, were Mr and Mrs Ervin -Borcharclt, Mr and Mrs Dick Bori?Hardt, Mr and Mrs Otto Uorehardt and Mr and Virgil Borchardt. • j Fenton Elevator Burns Coming Events Thursday, July 11 — Bertha Circle, Rose Circ-'.o, Dopew Fellowship circle, Friendly Neighbor •club. Friday, July 12—Legion Auxiliary. Monday, July 15 — Fenton Community Club. Tuesday, July 16 — Helen Circle. Thursday, July 18 — Blakjer WMF, Independence Mixers. The smouldering remains of an old elevator, owned by the Fenton Co-dp Elevator Co., and 21,000 bushels of stored grain, which were destroyed or damaged by fire early? Monday morning, are shown in the above photo. . Fire was discovered in the elevator at 1:50 a.m. Monday by Richard Bordhardt of Fenton. Firemen from Fenton, Lone Rock and Whittemore were summoned at once to battle the hot blaze. While the old elevator and its contents could not be saved, surrounding buildings, including the large storage tank in the center of the photo, and a warehouse east of the destroyed building were protected, with contents of the tank suffering only minor smoke" and water damage. A total of 18,00fl bushels of government-oWned corn and 3,100 bushels of oats, owned by the elevator company, were in the building at the time of the fire. No estimate of loss was made immediately. (UDM Newsfoto-Engravihg) Guests in the Franklin Mueller home Wednesday evening to help Nickey celebrate his sixth birihday were William Voigt, Lois and Peggy, Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and girls, Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family and Mr and Mrs Art Mueller. Mr and Mrs Art Voigt went to Grove City, Minn. Friday to spend several days with relatives. The Meling family reunion was held at the Fenton park Sunday. Those in attendance were Rev. ;ind Mrs Eddie Silrum and family of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Arnold Heller and family of Marble Rock, Mr and Mrs Erving Davidson of Charles City, Mr and Mrs Donald Skaar of Glenco, Minn., Mr and Mrs Harlan Baustain of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Chester Skaar and family of Primghar, Mr and Mrs Theodore Meling, Duane and Myrna of Cy- Kill tough perennial weeds— roots and all..« AMINO TRIAZOLE WEEDKILLER Cyanamid Amino Tria- zole tylls Canada thistle, many perennial weeds..., roots and all. Mixes easily with water, For overall or spot treatment. Apply with power or hand sprayer. Available in 1 lb., 4 lb., and 241h. packages. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR linder, Mr and Mrs Bob Place and family of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Harvey Buenger and family of West Bend, Anna Marie Mitchell of Siou* Falls, S. D. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Die'; Iri^erwood and cirls IF IT'S NEWS WE WAWT IT THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embdlmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance' Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINCSTED 21001 21006 20216 Mid-Summer Close Out Sale Right When You NEED l> Most, At Closeout Prices 10 oz. packages, including gun, filled and ready to Use, Reg. 79c Pint Cans, Self Polishing Wax For Any Type of Floor, Reg. 49c Garden Dust Liquid Wax Moth ban 59c 37c 12 oz. Cans Moth Killer '''••"Will' Mothproof Articles For Year '1*25 STANDARD STOCK SPRAY, gal. ___ 1.90 Hansen's ^Bunfek. (CTANMRD) SERVICE ON HY 44-FENTON ATLAS TIRES, TUBES, BATTERIES, HEADLAMPS, THERMOSTATS FENTON BUSINESS anil PROFESSIONAL OiRECTQItY .' Everyone Reads '. The Fenton Reporter Pages THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton Company JOHN DEiRE Bui. Phone 3 Ret, Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDINr, SERVICE for Building i R*m»d«llna * Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Off let Phone 79 iff tdence $f FenJori, Iowa . ^^^^^^^^^^~" " 'i~ \~ J HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto 4 Tfo«tef FENTON, IA. Public Auction i AT Fenton, Iowa July At 2:00 P.M. Sharp Sale to be held at the Arthur Hengel Res. in Fenton, la. FURNITURE 1956 R.C.A, T,V. SET WITH ANTENNA - 21 inch screen Gcss Range Stove Fairbanks Morse Refrigerator 3 Rocking Chairs Desk 4-Dressers 2-Floor Lamps Pets, Pans and Dishes Some Shop Equipment Terms ^ Cash. Garden Tools Dining Room Table with 6 Chairs Buffet Davenport and Choir 2-Complete Beds with Inner-Spring Mattresses Speed Queen Washing Machine Other articles toe numerous to mention Not Responsible in case of accidents Owner lleyd Berkland ~ AycUenter. First Trust & Savings Bank, Fenton, Clerk.

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