The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 25, 1957 · Page 12
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MM. ill July 25,1957 if Th* trpfHW o*» lola Berkeland, Fenton, To Wed In September Fenton — Mr and Mrs G. B. Berkeland announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, lola to Elmer E. Kalvig, son of Mr and Mrs Elmer H. Kalvig of Klmawha. Miss Berkeland is a graduate of the Fenton High School and Waldorf College at Forest City. She is an instructor in the public school at .Kanawha. Mr Kalvig is a graduate of the Kanawha high school and is employed by the Kalvig Construction firm. A September .wedding is planned and the couple will make their home hi Kanawha. Mrs J. Wallace Smith was honored at a farewell party at her home Wednesday afternoon. Each of the ladies present presented her with a haftky for a remembrance. Entertainment for the afternoon consisted of movies and games. Those present were Mesdames. Patsey Goetsch, Sophie Bleckwenn, Art Mueller, Franklin Mueller, Albert Mitchell, Charle* Weisbrod, Ervin Krause, E. C. Weisbrod, Oliver Stoeber, W. E. Stoeber and Ray Stoeber, and the hostesses, Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Mrs L. J. Weisbrod. Fenton Forward 4-H Fenton Forward 4-H Club met in the home of Judy Berkland with ten members answering roll call. During the business meeting the club made plans for Achievement Day. Following the business meeting Judy Berkland ana Carol Bollinger gave a demonstration on 'Setting a Table. 1 Judy Voigt gave a demonstration on laying a pattern. Mary Reinhardt gave a talk on sorting and washing clothes and Jeanette Wichtendahl gave a talk on two kinds of seams. Jeanette Wichtendahl was in charge of the recreation after which lunch was served by Judy Berkland and her mother. Independence 4-H Met The July meeting of the Independence Idealist 4-H Club was ...for all your BANKING needs We're read^aT all Hme£ to help every member of this community wilb loans for all needs, savings plans and •ill bank seryjicee. May we assist you .too, soon? Savings Are Important For Your Future I And, important, to local pro- .gr ess J This helps us make loaiu to responsible borrowers, building soundly in this community for your future I It's Good Business To Pay Bills By Bank Check Your cancelled check for payment—whether for business ox household bills — is your permanent recepit. Open a convenient checking account here I First Trust & Savings Bank - Fenton • and, Armstrong. Iowa * J, ARE YOU FEEDING ITKe Foremost tKoughf at all times wfien manufacturing Felco Feed*, jf . . . "IS JHIS BEST FOR THE FEEDEW Felco Feeefi ve manufactured b> you* 0wn cooperatives, using the Wghejt quaJ- Uy ingredient*, and the latest known in* provementj b feeding nutrition. ) If you are 0119 of th§ few wKo are not Fete, GO TO WtUl FELCO aik him held Thursday afternoon in the home of Joanne Mitchell. Lois firrkiaad presided at the business meeting. The record books were looked at, and the questions were discussed and answered. The Club members decided to meet again before Achievemertt Day. This meeting will be held Friday, Thursday, July 29 arid Achievement Day will be Friday, Aug. 2nd. Fair Days are the 12, 13 and 14 of August. Mrs Olaf Norland, the assistant leader was unable to be present, so Phyllis Gowans substituted for her. Following the closing of the meeting, lunch was served by the hostess and her mother. Had Lake Outing Youths attending Camp Quest at Lake Okoboji this past week have included Raymond and Roger Baker, Jerry McArthur, Dave Reid and Laveda Kohlwes from the Good Hope, church and their counselor, Mrs Arlin Kohlwes. Attending from the local church were Japies Weisbrod, Brian, Mortenson, Dennis Newel, Don Yager, Billy Weisbrod, Don Nichols, Jerome Zwiefel, Elaine Haase, Peggy Voigt, Janet Walker, Barbara England, Trudy Huskamp, Joanne: Lufkin and Jeneane Zwiefel. Mrs Ray Zwiefel was local counselor. Janet Walker served as camp pianist. Fpla Soremkun of Nigeria, West Africa, who is attending the University of Illinois, 5 served as a member of the camp staff. Ho was an over night guest Saturday at the Zwiefel home and a Sunday dinner guest of Rev. and Mrs Walker. ' He spoke at the Sunday morning worship service at the Methodist church. Methodist Circles The Gene Circle of the Methodist church met Wednesday, July 17 in the Jack Gerhardt home. Thirteen members and one guest were present. Mrs Gaylord Johnson was in charge of the devotions and Mrs Fred Brown gave the lesson. Following the adjournment of the meeting, Mrs "Gerhardt and Mrs Gerald Gochenour served a lovely lunch. The Helen Circle met Tuesday with Mrs Lyle Newel with fifteen members and three guests, Mrs Charles Newel, Mrs Dick Schiltz and Mrs Harvey Walker present. Mrs Alfred Meyers was in charge of the devotions and Mrs E. J. Frank presented the lesson. The next meeting will be with Mrs W. R. Wolfe with Mrs Romaine Weisbrod assisting hostess. Mr and Mrs Howard Rabey of Cedar Falls have a little girl who is three years old. Her name is Ruth Marie. Mrs Oliver Stoeber, Susan and Steven -of Newel were guests Sunday to Friday of last week of Mrs Romaine Weisbrod and other friends and relative's of Fenton. Walter Widdel remains seriously ill at the floly Family Hospital in Estherville where he has been hospitalized for over five weeks. Mr and Mrs Paul Winter and Julie of Lakota and Mr and .Mrs Melvin Ricklifs and children of Titonka were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Rqelf Miller home. Mrs Bernice North. H, C. Lindsey and Mr and Mrs Fritz Freyholtz and Jerry ,went to Sioux City Sunday to see Mrs Lindsey at the Cummings Nursing Home. They also visited the H. E. Sted- mans. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara visited with the-Hfenry Frpehlirjg and O'mer Edwards families j*t Ejn- metsburg-- Sunday. -Barbara remained for several days visit in the Froehlirig home. Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and girls, Burnette Heine of LuVerne were Sunday dinner guests in the Gerh&rt Hanteknajft home, The occasion honored ithe birthdays of 'Eunice Hantelman, Burnette Heine'arid Terri Voigt. A birthday party: was given Sunday evening, July 21, in honor of the, 2nd birthday of AJan Th.il* ges, son of Mr ana Mrs Clarence Thilges of Fenton. Those pregent were: Mr and Mrs Virgil Nortft and family of Waterloo; Mr and' Mrs Albert Metz^tjr, Long-Rocta. Mr and Mrs Deane^Metzjjer ana boys of Burt; Mr and Mrs v Tony' Thilges of Irvington and Da&ie Kaye Boeckhalt of Ledygrd. Edith Laagp returned to Fenton Sunday from a 16 day tqur of Mexico. Mr and Mrs J. &.. Schwartz went to Ames Sunday to meet her and also visited with relatives. , , M' and Mrs Howard Schujje and Mr and MrS^Henry Schwte entertained the fpjlowjng at a. picnic dinner at the Henry Schulte home Sunday: Mr and Mrs Carl Formhals of Gaylord, Minn. ,Mr and Mrs Kenneth K«hj- man and daughter of Lester Prairie, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Chris Templin of Hutehinson, Minn.; and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Schtau- derafj and family of GJencoe, Minn, POD and J>m Niches of temojre, Fola Soreinkyn and Walker were Saturday supper guests in the Ray gwiefel home. Lorte and Janelle Yeif i. fUwah- ters of Mr and Mrs Arlo 'Voigt of Grove City, Minn, are enjoying an extended visit with tfteir grandparents, Mr and Mrs Aria Voigt. Mr and Mrs Edward Reiujken- dorf and fsrdjly o| LuVerne were Sunday evening visitors iOi the Martin Hantelrnan home,. . Sharon, Mrs Pat 0&oj Dickie and Kenneth r and son eggitt all of Des Moines were weekend guests in the Gilbert Sti-itHW* % A! Mufir an« d<rtie.hi* Sit*. guerite of Sacrornettto, Cfili. W^e Monday dinnef guests ift lh« A« Voigt home. They ate vMfUiftf the home of Mrs Malt's da and family, the Howard Bler at Lone Rock. v Mr Arid Mri 3. WftllftCft Smith and boys and Mr and Mfa Eton Boevers and Penny were hondffed by friends and relatives at a picnic dinner In the Fenton park, Sunday. Both families are naov» ing to California in , the near future. Mt and Mr* Bob WeUbted tad family of Woodriver, 111. are trUil- ing with Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer, Mrs Sarah Weisbrod and other relatives in this vicinity. Recent Bride Honored By Seneca Group Seneca—A post-nuptial shower was held at the Seneca school gymnasium Saturday afternoon honoring Mrs John Kressin, nee Jeanne England, whose marriage took place July 4 at the Lotts Creek Lutheran church. Kathryn Johannesen registered the guests after which a short program was presented. It consisted of a song "I Dream of Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair" by Margaret Fischer, Kath- ryn Johannesen, Marian Beaver, Sharon Freiermuth find Shaf&n Dorsey. Marcia Martshotfl ftid "When Ma was ft Little Girl" find Mrs Charles Osbofn and Mrs Cecil Baldwin presented a skit, "Comments oh the Brides Washday". The bride then opened fter gifts assisted by her sister, Mary England and a cousin, Mrs Helen Cheever Kinandef 1 . Refreshments were served at a table decorated in the bride's colors, white, greeft, and jbink. It was centered with a wedding bell motif, garden roses and Candelabra. An aunt of the bride, Mrs Loyd Paris of Armstrong poured. Hostesses included Margaret Fischer .chairman, Mrs Delmar Fischer, Mrs Lawrence Johannesen and Kathryn; , Mrs Caleb Hartshorn and Marcia; Mrs Charles Beaver and Marian, Mrs Leslie Denton and Darlene, Mrs Carl Odin and Beverly, Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Cecil Baldwin, Mrs Frank Meyers, Mrs Lester Osborn, Mrs Clarence Mehz, Mrs Charles Osborn. Mrs Wm. Dorsey and Sharon, Mrs Hurlburt, Mrs Martin Wilberg, Mrs Clarence Osborn, Mrs Earl Crouch, Mrs Roy Klein ahd Sharon Freiermuth and Mrs Henry Looft. Visiting Relatives , Mr and Mrs J. W. Campbell of Decatur, 111. visited this past week at the Woodrow Kracht, Gottlieb Kracht, Francis Sullivan homes and with other relatives and friends in this vicinity. A family gathering was held July 4 at the Woodrow Kracht home honoring the Campbells. In attendance were Mr Goetlieb Kracht, Mr and Mrs Francis Sullivan and family, Mr and Mrs Leo Schmidt of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Aft KracM »nd family, also Marilyn Taylot Mid Mr and Mrs noeet Taylc* fid fcatfr d«a- ghter, Maty Ann oTiJifs Mfelftea. Need More GRAIN STORAGE? See Us For Plans and Estimates Without Obligation to Yourself EXPERT CONSTRUCTION at Reasonable Prices. Either Ready Built or We'll Sell You The Lumber ,.,,, •...'..... i If You Do |t Yourself. Fenton Lumber Co. PHONE 8 means a brf gnf , new room In less than a day. That's what happens when YOU and a gallon of Super* Kern-Tone o,et together, Actually, you're never painted urtfil you dip a brush or roller info niarvelous Super Kern-Tone, the • tatejc wall {taint. You |aye the newest colors to choose from. Super Kern-Tone covers most surfaces in one coat and dries, free of brush parks, to .a beautiful, Velvet surface that's guaranteed washable. And it only «M|» J6.J9 o gallon a| STQIMR FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGHT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBRpD Bui. PhoneJ 60 BUILDINA S|«VJCE Dr, E. W. Ruike OENTIST Office Phon* 7? Rsiideoce W Fenton, lowg HANTELMAN'S Agto | Troetoj- The four children of the Rev. and Mrs Van Kommer bt Phoenix, Ariz, have been Visiting at the Charles Osborn home while their father was a patient at the Warral Hosbital at Rochester, Minn. The van Kommers were former Bancroft residents where Rev. Van Kommer was pastor of tne* Baptist Church. The Seneca Thursday Club held then* family picnic at the Armstrong City Park Sunday. , Mr and Mrs He*nry Looft attended a Looft family reunion at the Swea City Park Sunday. The gathering lionoraf Mr and Mrs LAEL'S BEAUTY SHOP ON VACATION AU$. 12 THRU AUG. 1$ We Will Re-open en < , August 20th ' LAEL'S BEAUTY SHOP IN FENTON Looft of dgiifU Visiting ** past two weefcs, thfe H6SPtTAL Sally Ho-pkey got her right foot in the rotary power mower and was sent to the hospital with a broken toe and lacerated foot. She's a resident of Thornton. Coming Events Thursday, July 25 — St, John Lutheran w.M.F. at Depew. Thursday, Aug. 1st — W.S.C.S.; Falrville Aid. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 ANNOUNCEMENT I WE ARE OUT OF THE IMPLEMENT BUSINESS We No Longer Have Allis Chalmers Parts. NEW IDEA Parts Are Available at Weisbrod Implement. BUT WE HAVE CHEVROLETS SALES & SERVICE B & W CHEVROLET FENTON WE ARE STOCKING NEW IDEA PARTS And Will Make Every Effort To Service Your NEW IDEA Equipment. We Expect To Soon Have NEW IDEA 2-Row Pull-Type Pickers on Hand. Weisbrod Implement FENTON IT'S JUST LIKE HAVING A "SUPERMARKET" RIGHT IN HOME freezer you're SB "aU-'weajJier" food shopper —• take a tip from jour neighbor who shops when ehek^ts t<M f^£ h]? s an electric food freezer «•* stocked with meat, poultry, vegetables, "baked foods, desserta, Unexpected pests don't bother be* —' she** always prepared. you be t too «••» with your frgezer — youi aupernaarketi" 0§t jt now and enjpy «- tlie easy way — -the fr^w way! ito^™^^ "tfitit^^

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