The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 29, 1957 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 29, 1957
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115 Attend Ohm Family Reunion At Fenfon Fenton — A total of 115 were in attendance at the Ohm family reunion held Sunday. August 23, fit the Fenton Community Center. Those in attendance were Mr and Mrs Otto Ohm, Mr and Mis Delbcrt Geitzenauer and family, Mr and Mrs Martin Ohm and Dennis. Mr and Mrs Carl Zu- rnach, Mr and Mrs Herman Luedtke. Mrs Donald Luedtke and family, Mr and Mrs Paul Zumach and family. Mr and Mrs William Zumach and David Zumach. Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt and family, Mr and Mrs Donald Radig and family, Mrs Marie Dreyer, Janice and Larry of Burt, Mr "and Airs Fred Schmidt and family: Mr and Mrs John Schallin, Mr and Mrs Edward Ohm and Willard, Mr and Mrs Bob Schmidt and family, Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard and Susan, Mrs "William Buss, James Buss, Mr and Mrs Merwin Httrlburt and daughter all of Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Walter ^Irimidt and family of Austin, Minn.; Mr and Mrs R. W. Wetzel arid family, Mr and Mrs . Robert' Kitner and family, Mr and Mrs W. H. Meyer, all of Algona; Mr an<! Mrs Ferd Mitlag and family of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Francis Cavanaugh and family of Waterloo, Mrs Clara Pompe of Algona, Mr and Mrs A. F. Krueger, Mr and Mrs Robert Schmidt and Mike Rouse of Fairmont; Walter Weisbrod; Mrs Arela Leininger, Mrs Harold Zimmerman and Jay, Mrs Earl Weaver, Faith and Lori of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Lester Gingerich and family of Storm Lake; Mr and Mrs Art Zumach and family. Elected to serve on next year s committee were Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt and Mr and Mrs R. W. Wetzel. H. E. Stedman and family of Sioux City were guests in the H. C. Lindsey home Friday of this past week. , . Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Paul - Cornelius home were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cornelius and family of Graettinger, Mr and Mrs Edwin Uthof and family and Mrs Carrie Odin and Beverly of Estherville. Mr and Mrs Burt Fossum of Fairmont are the parents of a 1 1b. 4 oz. girl born Tuesday, Aug. 20. She has been named Beth Ann. The Fossums now have a family of two girls and one boy. Mr and Mrs John Finnestad of Fenton are the maternal grandparents. The Gene Circle of the Methodist church met August 21 In the Fenton city park. Nine members were present. Mrs . Earl Crouch was in charge of the devotions and Mrs . Charles Newel presented the lesson. A picnic lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Enjoying a picnic Sunday, evening at Clear Lake were Mr and Mrs Clayton Djstworth and girls, Mrs Maude Dean and Luella Newel of Chicago. Miss Newel, a house guest of the Ditsworths, has just returned from a two month tour of South America. Fenton Merchants Plan White Elephant Auction Eighteen Fenton merchants are coopei ating in a White Elephant Auction Sale to be held on Fenton's Main Street starting at 1 p.m.. Saturday. Sept. 7. Lloyd Borkland will act as auctioneer. As outlined by the committee, the White Elephants will be placed on the sidewalks in front of the various business places, and available for inspection by prospective bidders. The auction will run in the usual fashion with buyers placing their own valuation on merchandise they may want. Both new and used items will be offered. A partial listing will be carried on the Fenton Reporter page next week in this paper. Firms cooperating in the White Elephant Auction Sale will be Fuhr's Friendly Tavern, Bailey's Store, Weisbrod D-X station, Petersen Furniture, Jdrgenson Locker, Duncan Produce, McFall & Rusch, Knudsen's 66 Service, Dr. J. R. Waite, Farmers Co-Op Elevator, Fenton Lumber Co., Weisbrod Implement Co., Dick's Cafe, First Trust & Savings Bank, Fenton Drug Store, Priebe's Grocery, Stoeber Hardware and B & W Chevrolet. The auction will progress along Main Street in the order named above. A special feature will be a "Blind Box Auction" in which bidders may buy sight unseen, but each item in the blind package will be guaranteed to be valued at $5 or more, regular retail price. In case of rain the event will be held Saturday, Sept. 14. Faculty Set, Fenfon School v. «-• Opens Tuesday Next'Tuesday, Sept. 3, is the opening day for school at Fenton, with a full day slated for all students. Names of the complete faculty were released recently by school officials and inctude Mrs P. Gowans, kindergarten; Mrs B. Gowans, first'grade; Mrs Bleckwenn, second grade; Mrs J. Newel, third grade; Mrs R. Npwel,' fourth grade; Mrs Kohlwes, fifth grade; Mrs Petersen, sixth grade; and Mr Hypse, Mr Zahrt, Mrs Halverson and Mrs Kinnander, junior high. Kindergarten, as irr other Sentral schools, will operate a full day every day during the new year. The new members of Fenton'* faculty, Mrs Phyllis Gowans, Darwin Zahrt and Mrs Verval Kinnander, are shown in the photos. (UDM Engravings) Mrs Verval Kinnander You're ON Now Get Seen It TV special tube carton of W Slot* - Ex-Fentonite's Rites Aug. II At Fairmont Fenton — Among those attending funeral seryipes for Theodore Krueger at Fairipont last Thursday were Mr and Mrs George Jentz, Mr and Mrs Art Mueller, Mrs Franklin Mueller, Mr and Mrs Roy Mueller and family, Mr and Mrs Dick Theesfield, l^r and Mrs Charles Theesfield and Wilfred Stoeber. A number of local friends gathered at the Fentan cemetery for the burial service. Theodore Krueger, 71, died at his -home in Fainnont early Tuesday morning, August 20, of cancer. He had been ill two years. Jfe. twas born in Kossuth. county and; had lived at Lone Rock and F§tt£on. His first wife, Meta Wblfgram Krueger, died in 1920. He moved to Fairmont in 1948, and in Sept. 1955 married Louise Genrich. :He is survived by his wife and three children. Mrs Clarence Theesfield, Mrs Myrle Hansen arid Harold Krueger all of Fair- mput .Also seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren,, one brother, Al|red, h .Krufcger of Lone>Rock; two iistejrs,. Mrs Hillda Schultz, Chfcago, and Mrs Fredrick Schultz. ;J?uneral services were held at § Olson Funeral cb,ap£l 'and at the Emanuel Ljutheran church with Rev. A. M. Beck officiating. Burial was at the Lutheran cemetery at Fenton. CATCH Larry Kehoe, Jerry Schares. and son Randy qf Jesup recently hooked a 50 Vt pound catfish on a fishing trip on the Mississippi River two miles south at Guttenberg. They landed him after 45 minwtes of hard work. T.J}e fish measured 46 inches in length. Coming fvenfs Thursday, August 29—St. John Lutheran WMF at Depew; Tuesday, Sept. 3 — Opening day for the Sentral School District; Wed* nesday, Sept. 4 — St. John Lutheran Ladies Aid; Thursday, Sept. 5 — Woman's Society of Christian Service; Fairville Ladies Aid. Mrs Andrew Berkland was • Sunday dinner guest in the Melvin Berkland home. In the after- ioon they visited in the Bert Serkland home near Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Carol Wander and son Philip left Saturday for their home in Bloomington, 111. after a visit in the parental Phil Wander home. Enroute they spent the weekend with relatives at Freeport, 111. Mr and Mrs Melvin Berkland ind family spent several days at Minneapolis visiting in the Robert Berkeland home. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller and Huth were Sunday evening visitors in the Folkert Winter home at Buffalo Center. Judy Jolley visited with Susan Stoeber at Rodman from Sunday evening until Tuesday afternoon. The Oliver Stoebers have moved from Larrabee to Rodman, where Mr Stoeber will be teaching school this year. Mrs Delond Voiteler and Mrs Ervin Votteler spent Monday at Laurens visiting with Dr. and Mrs Vincent Votteler. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske spent Sunday at West Okoboji visiting friends at the ' Huisman cottage. Mrs E. C. Weisbrod entertained at a coffee party Friday afternoon, Mrs Albert Mitchell and Anna Marie, Mrs Dick Underwood, Mrs Art Voigt, Mrs Gerald Voigt, Mrs Ernest Votteler and Mrs Amanda Kern. St. John Lutheran WMF of Depew will meet this Thursday afternoon at the church parlors with hostesses Mrs Melvin Berkland and Mrs Clarence Berkland. Mr and Mrs Ward Husk* of Cedar Rapids were weekend f uests in the parental fi. W. Rus- c home. Monday dinner Quests in Iht Albert Mitchell home were Rev. and Mrs Louis Stevenson and boys of St. Paul and Rev. and Mrs H. L. Norheim and family of Cylinder. The Stevensons have just recently returned from the Japan mission field. Mr and Mrs A. E. Kelson and and Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg spent Sunday in Minneapolis where they attended the Luther^ an World Federation meeting. Mrs Maude Dean, Mrs Clayton Ditsworth and daughters. Reba Ditsu-orth of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Celesta Hoke of Livermore were recent luncheon guests of Mrs Lela Heiter at her home in Livermore. . Mr and Mrs Gerald Gochenour and boys visited Sunday with friends in the Mason City and Clear Lake areas. Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley enjoyed a picnic Sunday at Pilot Knob State Park with friends. Lynn Void, who has spent several days with the Strajeys, returned home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and girls and Gary Bleckwenn visited from Thursday through Sunday in the Harold Gerinson home at St. Louis, Mo. Mr and Mrs Carl Veer, Jr., and family of Rochester, Minn., Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs and family of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Rpelf Miller and Ruth had a family picnic Sunday at the Paul Winter home at Lakota. Mr and Mrs W. J. Peterson and family 6f Carmichael, Calif, and W. M. Delle of Humboldt were Wednesday supper and evening guests in the Gerald Gochenour home. Mr and Mr* Harvey Long of Trenton, N. J. arrived Tuesday for several days visit in the Henry Wilberg home. ~: Mr and Mrs Laylon Behne, Wichita, Kans., were weekend guests in the homes of Mrs Ro- NEED GUTTER REPAIRS? SHEET METAL TINSMITHING SPOUT & GUTTER WORK A SPECIALTY ,V,V WITH US WE KNOW HOW AND HAVE THE SHOP EQUIPMENT TO DO IT McFall & Rusch Piumeinc SHEET METAL WORK • ELECTRICAL WORK Phone 159, FENTON FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bus. 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 HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repairs FENTON, IA. LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker And Auction Service No sale too large -No sale too Small No sale too Far — No sale too Hard My Aim Is To Welse YOU Phone 903 Fenton, Iowa maine Weisbrod and Mrs Florence Behne. Charles and David Behne have spent the past two weeks here while their parents jvere vacationing. Mr and Mrs Hob Chestnutwood and family of Winterset were also guests in the Weisbrod home. ; Mrs Mattin Hanlelman viaiied with her cousin Mrs A. B. Chism in Algona on Monday afternoon. Mr and Mn Arden Haiuen and family of Milford were Saturday evening guests in the Albert Mitchell home, Mr and Mr* Blmer Lee, D&lmer and Lonnie of Estherville were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Fred Fesseler home. They were evening visitors in the Kenneth Halverson home. A group ot relatives and friends enjoyed a picnic in the Fenton park Sunday in honor of guests who are visiting here from a distance. The honored guests were Mr and Mrs Albert Cody and Maxine and Mr and Mrs Alvin Olsen and family of San Bernadino, Calif. Mr and Mrs Clay Boyd of Moscow, Idaho, and Rev. and Mrs Mark Svaren and family of Sioux Falls, S. D. Mr and Mr* Franklin Mueller and family were Sunday evening visitors in the Lloyd Kern home. Mrs William Hanlelman, Mary and Becky were guests in the parental W. B. Schmidtke home at Morristown, Minn, from Tuesday until Friday last week. Mr and Mrs Marold Schlei and son Steven visited with Rev. and Mrs C. C. Callahan at Gladbrook. Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and 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 Joanne were Sunday etching guests in the Erviti Krailse home. Monday supper and oT*wti0hi guests in the Gerald Gochettottf home were Mi? and Mrs C. L. Martin and family, former Lone Rock teacher, who are moving to Mount Ayr. Mr and Mrs Earl Peitersen Were also Supper guests. Robert Meliger, A/B3 and Clarence Metzger Jr., A.M., in the navy and stationed at Moffett Field. California arrived -nohie Aug. 14, to spend a 20-day leave, with their parents atid sister, 'Mr and Mrs Clarence Metzger and Connie. Mr and Mrs Cal Calles«n and son, Kirk flew to Sioux City, Aug. 10, from San Jose, Calif., for a 2-week visit, with Mr ahd Mrs Clarence Metzger and Mr and Mrs Hans Callesen of Yankton, S. D., Mr "Mid, Mrs ClaKeflce Metzger ,• arid , Connie draWjto ^,'meet..; 'themS-'-attd .Yanktpn, to.srpejid Sioux City then drove the weekenwfcA family was held la. Mrs C Shirley Met at Armstrong, h, is the former Mr and Mrs Cl«lus Mueller ol Whittemore are parents of a girt born Friday a.m., Aug. 16, at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mrs Mueller is a sister of Mrs Clarence Metzger of Algona. Portland Twp. Mr and Mrs Ernie Raney of Livermore and Mrs Charles Raney and son of Estnefvllle were Sunday guests at the Hay Fitch home. Mrs Donald Ringsdorf. and Barbara, Mrs Gene Rihgsdorf, Mrs Henry Radrnakfcr were at Mason City Tuesday* . Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family attended a picnic at Des Moines for all the parents of adopted Korean children. Arden Nelson and George Wagner of St. Joseph, Missouri left Friday morning for Tacoma, Wash, wHere they 'will visit relatives andvfriands for & week. Mr arid Mrs TonvHeifner and five children of Boycevllle, Wis. visited Mpndny jnorning at the Herbert'-Nelson home. 'Mr ner is a cousin of Mrs iiiiiey iyi«M|er. > ner is a.cousin of Mrs N^lgon. it poyt ba<k tvery day In efficient; trou^t-free parformnnce AIRE - KLEEN VENTILATOR for dairy barn or poultry house Check these big construction features ...' 1. Thermal. Overload — Manual Rtiet . ; 2. N»w Type Balanced L'ouven 3. Heavy Hint-proof Plated Ooord 4. Heavy Rupt-preof Storm Hood | 5. G.M. Delto Heavy Duty Totally Enclosed Motor. 1/6 H.P. — 172$ RPM - 4100 cm A. Heavy Aluminum Blades 1 Aire-Kleen Fans also available in 10"-and 12" size, 110 or 220 volt. 20"_fan, 110 yolt only. 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