The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 5, 1957 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 5, 1957
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Mil AftDfTff HAlVttSON A-Atta.-,.*, EQIfw* l r cnton September 5, 1957 MHtohrt If flit Upper Oft Molna MffPB igf--. .^.t ...... Eunice Hantelman, Fenton, To Wed LuVerne Youth Fenfon — Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman of Fenton announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Eunice, above, to Mr Burnett Heine son of Mr and Mrs Emil Heine o LuVerne. The wedding will take place Sept. 28, at 3 o'clock in St Luke's Lutheran Church at Fairville. Cub Scout Picnic Forty-three people, representing 13 cub scouts and members of their families and Billy Weisbrod, a den chief, gathered in the Fenton park at 6:30 Friday evening for their monthly pack meeting. During the first part of the evening a Dad-Son ball game was held with the cubs proving themselves typical Little Leaguers by bolting through to a 15-10 victory over their dads. The group then gathel-ed around the picnic tables for a bountiful pot-luck picnic supper eating rather hurrioUy for the mosquitoes were holding a pack meeting there also. The next pack meeting is scheduled for the last Friday night in September and Gerald Gochenour, local cubmaster urges that all cubs and their parents attend. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Anna Marie were Friday evening dinner guests in the Bernard Solberg home. Enjoying a picnic supper at the Fenton Park last Monday were Rev. and Mrs H. L. Norheim and family of Cylinder , Rev. and Mrs Louis Davidson and family of St. Paul, Mr and Mrs' Alvin Olson of California Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mi and Mrs Nyles Heggen and family, Duane Melling of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and girls, Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Anna Marie Mitchell, and Mr and Mrs R. Lodden of Estherville. Mr and Mrs A. E. Nelson left Friday for their home at Tempe Arizona. They have spent the past two months with relatives and friends in the vicinity and a Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halver son, Merle and Barbara attendee the Lee family reunion held during the Labor Day weekend at Grinnell, la. Tuesday dinner guests in the Nyles Heggen home were Rev and Mrs Louis Daividson and family, Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Anna Marie, Mr am Mrs Dick Underwood and girl: and Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell Mrs Donald Root accompaniec by sons, Dick and Ervin, and her parents, Mr and Mrs Clint Burdick of Emmetsburg spent a few days at the Mayo Clinic at Rochester the past week. Larry Root has been on leave from his job at the Technical Development Center at the In dianapolis Airport to attend two Weeks of training at the Army Reserve Summer Camp at Camp McCoy, Wis. He will return later this month to Ames where he -wttl be a Junior in Mechanical Engineering. Guests in ihe Donald Shaw home fpr the past week have been Mr and Mrs George Shaw and children of Whittier, Calif, and Mr and Mrs C. E. Shaw of Des Mojnes, Mi« Ruth Hodgson i» now ranging the fall and winter .schedule for piano lessons. Those ' interested may contact her at the CJprhart Hahtelnian home on Thursday afternoon or at the home of Mrs Florence Behne on Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Alfred Bierstedt end Mr snd Mrs Ervin Brunn wgre Tuesday evening visitors in the Walter f»ertl home. ewfll 8h«w spfn* B V99lt with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs C. 8. SJiaw of Des HJpijies. Mr and Mw Morris Mitchell and Anna Marie Mitchell spent Wednesday and Thursday of this past week with the Arnold Hai- fer f#riVily at Marble Rock and the Ervinp pavidson family at Charles C»ty. duftpfe tett» fffwkiin Mueller Sipme Thursday evening in birthday Mr and Mrs Qeotg* Petti and family of Graettinger were guests Sunday evening in the waiter Peril home. Carrie Heiden of Duittih is visiting with Mrs Ella Waite. Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman and Terry of Burt were supper guests in the parental W. R. Wolf home. The Tiemans have just returned from a vacation trip in the western states. Her. and Mrs LeuU Davidson and family of St. Paul and Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Anna Marie were Tuesday evening dinner guests in the Melvin Berkland home. Dreyers Home From Air Trip To Kansas City Fenton — Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger are still thrilled about their trip to Kansas City, as guests of Mr and Mrs Rowland Noah. Their hosts were the- folks they rescued from the plane accident recently at Fenton. Mr Noah came to Algona and picked the Dryers up at the airport. They made a stop at the Des Moines airport and then arrived at Fairfax airport along the Missouri River in the heart of Kansas City. They traveled at 12,000 feet. Among the activities and" places of interest they enjoyed were Cinerama Holiday. They toured the National Reserve Bank; T. E. Melson, personal director of Chevrolet, Kansas City, entertained them and gave them a tour of the plant. Capt. and Mrs Orr of the TWA Airlines took them on a tour of a 96 passenger Constellation Airplane and showed them various other planes. They went to Independence to see Harry Truman's home and visited the Library, Zoo, Skyline drive, etc. They arrived home last Saturday, by plane trip, from Kansas City to Algona in 2 hours and 15 minutes. E. C. Weisbrods Wed 49 Years Fenton — Sunday a group of friends were guests in the E. C. Weisbrod home in observance of the Weisbrod's 49th wedding anniversary which was Sept. 2nd. Helping the honored couple observe their anniversary were Mr and Mrs John Munch, Mr and Mrs Bill Boettcher of Burt, Mr and Mrs Charles Schemmel of Swea City and Mr and Mrs Gerald Voight and son James. Mr and Mrs J. W. Schwartz, Mike and Jeffrey, Mr and Mrs Bob Schwartz and Bobbie Jean of Ames and Edith Laage of Des Moines were weekend guests in the J. A. Schwartz home. Mrs Gerald Voigt received her Master's Degree in Vocational Education at Iowa State College Friday, Aug. 30, The graduation exercises were held at 9:30 a.m. in the men's gym. Following the exercises, a reqeption and reunion was held and a dinner in the evening. Attending from Fenton besides Mr and Mrs Voigt and James were, Mr and Mrs E, C. Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs Eugene Huskamp and Trudy, Mrs Olga Huskamp and Mrs Carrie Voigt and also Mr and Mrs Fred Geigel of Algona. Coming Events Wed.. Sept. 5 — W.S.C.S. Fairville Aid. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmer* and Funeral Directors Reliable 84 Hour Ambulance isrvlcj Fynergls May Be Referred To Uf With Confidence UNTON 23 WNGSTED 91091 J1006 80216 Diane Hovey, Bride-fo-Be, Is Honored • Lone Rock — Diane Hovey honored at a shower Friday evening, Aug. 30, at the Buff Lutheran Church in Burt. Linda Meyer sang a solo, "What Ever Will Be Will Be," and Janic- Meyer gave a reading. A skit was presented by Halena and Janice Meyer. The group wrote advice to the bride and each guest introduced themselves to the bride. After the program the honoree then opened her gifts assisted by Halena, Janice and Linda Meyer. Mrs Donald Meyer presided at the guest book. Hostesses were Mesdames Donald Meyer, Herb Hackbarth, Art Rusch, Arnold Meyer, Robert Schmidt, Ben Schmidt, Leo Schmidt, Fred Schmidt, fimil Aimers, W. H. Aimers, W. H. Meyer, Fritz Meyer, Halena Meyer and Janice Meyer. Pot Luck Supper A pot luck supper was held at the Lawerence Geitzenauer home Sunday, in attendance were Mr and Mrs Art Geitzenauer and family of Lincoln, Neb., Mr and Mrs John Geitzenauer, Mr and Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer and family, Mr and Mrs Norman Finnstead and son all of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Ed George of Estherville. The supper was in honor of the Art Geitzenauer family who were visiting her from Nebraska. Mr and Mrs Lawerence Geitzenauer, Mr and Mrs James Marlow, Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough were entertained at supper last week at the Johnson house by the Golden Sun Milling Co. . Mrs Glenn Householder, Mrs Ethel McChesny, Gloria and Dennis visited in Des Moines from Wednesday until Saturday with Dennis's grandmother, Mrs Enos Mundell. , Faculty members' from the Sentral Community school and their families were entertained at a 6:00 picnic supper Tuesday at the Fenton park in Fenton. Following the supper a teachers meeting was held at 8:00 p.m. in the Lone Rock School building. The Idle Hour Club met with Mrs Kenneth Richards recently with Mrs Melvin Faber assisting hostess. Year books were distributed. Mrs Arthur Person and Mrs Amy Cherland had charge of the entertainment. Sunday evening guests at the Frank Drejrer hdrfte in hoftdr of Joan's thirteenth birthday Werft, Mr and Mrs Art Tietz of Lakota, Mr and Mrs Henry Tierhan, Fefl- ton, and Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman and TerTy of Burt. Jackie and Gretchen Kramer. Minneapolis, granddaughters of the Herttian Kramers have been spending the past two Weeks here. Friday their parents the R. L. Kramer family arrived for the weekend and visited here until Monday, when they all returned home. Mr and Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom and girls visited iri St. Paul from Thursday of last week Until Sunday. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer, Jackie and Gretchen were dinner guests last Sunday in Marathon, la. at the Verne Welch home. Donald Hurlburt, Iowa Falls, and Orie Hurlburt, Fenton called Sunday morning at the Emmn Hurlburt home. Saturday Mary and Rachael Hurlburt spent the day with John Rath. Tuesday evening the Clinton Rath family called. Mr and Mrs Lawerence Rath were guests Wednesday evening at the Dale Wegener home. Friday Mr and Mrs Jim St John of Algona called there. Mr and Mrs Louis Berninghaus and family were guests Sunday evening in Whittcmore at the Earl Fuoss home. • • Mrs Dick Ganley and children, Long Beach, Calif., visited Saturday with her sister and family the LeRoy Kleppers. Mr and Mrs Frederick Schultz, Mrs Maude Blanchard, Harlan Blanchard, N. L. Cotton and A. L. Cotton attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Fred Vogel at Burt, Sunday. Mrs W. G. Flaig attended the McMahon-Chapman wedding Saturday in Algona, and the reception at the Johnson house. Wendell Condra was a Sunday afternoon caller and supper guest at the Erich Seegebarth home. Mrs Margaret Householder and Everett called Sunday in Fenton at the Bill Householder residence. Mr and Mrs E. M. Jensen, Dick and Jerry, returned home Sunday after a'vacation at their cot tage at Walker, Minn. Mr and. Mrs Edw. Blanchard, Pat and Kim spent from last Saturday until ^Monday in Stanley, Wis. at the Clifford Mueller residence. From there they visited at the Wisconsin Dells returning home Tuesday. Wednesday Mr and Mrs Blanchard left for Nevada, la. and spent until Saturday at the Delbert _Blanchard home. They also called on the George Thompson and Howard Blanchards in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs N. H. Reisner were Sunday afternoon callers and supper guests at the Clarence Kraft home. Other guests were Mr and Mrs James Walker and LAST CALL TO MAKE BUS RESERVATIONS FOR JOHN DEERE FIELD DAY At Waterloo, Tues., Sept. 10 We must know by Friday, Sept, 6, at 5 p.m. if you want to make the trip by chartered bus for this event, to return that same evening. We must make arrangements with bus line by Sept. 7 — chartered, air-conditioned bus, to leave 5:30 a.m., Sept. 10, return 8 p.m. Round trip only .$6. See newest In farming and operate any machine you want, yourself, and no obligation. It will be interesting, educational and a good time as well. Act NOW I WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON, IOWA FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DIERI DEALER Bw». Phone 3 Res, Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Bvllding * Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E, W, Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 35 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto ft Tractor Repqin FENTON, IA. LLOYD M. BERKLAND Ucented Real Eftate Broker And Auction Service Me tale too large - No iole tee Small No *ole too For - Mo sale toe Hard My Aim 1» To Pleaie YOU v Phone 803 - Fenton, Iowa daughter, Mrs Rose Kraft. Mr and Mrs Leo Schmidt returned home last Tuesday after a vacation at Lake Mills and Vtfatertown, Wis. Mr and Mrs Robert Schmidt, Sr. aftd Mike Rouse visited Suhday afternoon at the Schmidt home 1 . Mr' and Mrs Bernard O'Bon- nell, Helen and Kathaleen visited Thursday evening with the Delmar Fischer family. Mr and Mrs Hugh Walsh, Mr and Mrs Bernard O'Donnell spent Sunday at Laurens at the C. J. Linnan residence. Mrs Mary Flaig and Mrs Bernard O'Donnell visited relatives at Campus, 111. from Thursday un* til Monday of last week. Connie Sage visited at the Donald Radig home from Friday until Saturday. Mr and Mrs Park Oak of Taylor Ridge, 111. visited over the weekend With the former's aunt Mrs Hattie Shaser. Mr and Mrs Leo Workus, Sacramento, Calif., visited Wednesday with Mrs Shaser. Mrs Shaser is an aunt Of Mrs Workus. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder called on Mrs Sig. Orvick in Albert Lea, a patient at the hos- pital there. Mf «M fifth Cfadk HiBklc of of Des Moines, Mrs Stencht Jtot- termah, Cihcinatti, Ohio, Vtr§hi- Ca RotteriMft, Waukegan, Hi. Mrs W. M. Rotteftnfifi, Elmore, stfttlt Tuesday at the Owen BerhdW hdtne. Thursday afternoon Mi» aftd Mrs Adam Wilhelmi of Elmore visltefl the Berhows. Sunday for dinner Mr and Mrs Berhow entertained at a eeek out. Men-win Christenson attended the State Fair in Des Moines Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Blaine Saxton and family attended a family picnic at the Leo Elbert home in Cor- With Suhday. Mr and Mrs ftay Uthot) and Rodney of Fenton visited Thursday evening at the Junior Hurlburt home. Wednesday Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt, Mr Jand Mrs Dale Schroeder attended the State Fair. Tuesday afterrtoon Mr and Mrs Forest Hanson and family of'Par- est City called on Mrs Lillie Thompson and Neva. Friday afternoon Mr and Mrs John Sabln of Algona visited, Sunday after* noon the Willard Thompson family were visitors. M> ind Mrs Gerald Angus and family, Mr and Mi* Harold Angus aftd Tofii of Burt, Mf 8nd Mrs Clttide Whitefcill of Algona, Mrs Rot Guy of Reftwlck lp«m last week in northern Minncsdta vacationiflft Mr and Mrs Walter fhesifjson 8fccompani«tt Mr artd Mrs warren Thompson to Britt Sunday and the Warren Thompsons visited the Hatbld Sankey residence and the Walter Thompsons visited the Leo Sankeys. M« Harvey ttath aftd daughter Ooris of Algona visited, at the Bale Wegetter Jtofte. 01ft Scout Honor City — John Roland, 14, received a special scout award fit the Sunday morning services At the First Methodist church in recognition of his completing a year's work in various phases of church work. He was awarded the "For God and Co-Untry" njed- al. The oldest Boland son, Bill, Jr.i now of Forest City, has set a high mark for his younger brothers as Bill is an Eagle, THE BOSS IMUST HAVE SWITCHED TO PflRMflK ELECTRIC FENCER * wj» «lw p.y you wtMe <Urt wHh or eta** to P«rm*k lit* mer« Md more tirauundt of F*rm«r-$tocltmM *r» doing *«eh yw. fir. nut pfovtdci TO" mor* idvtnUfM, uMy, maiimum ifficitncy «nd economy. Proof l» In It. p*rform*nc» on mor* itnrn through** flu world. MUf STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON, IA. (34&S6) WORM YOUR PIGS 2'/2° - HEAD Concentrated — Safe — Economical •/WY) Llc » ulcl Poultry fOL/l/ & Hog Wormer • One Qt. Worms 6400 Lbs. of PORK I (128 50 POUND PIGS) • Hogs Like I SCO Liquid Wormer I **••»»• 'VALUABLE COUPON .»*< F R E E - $1.00 Discount on 1 Gal. or 25c on 1 Qt. I S C O LIQUID WORMIER When YOU Present This Ad To: Fenton Drug Co. FENTON, IOWA K8»»»a»aa)»»»»»Kaa8»K8cecaa8»K FENTON MERCHANTS INVITE YOU TO THEIR WHITE ELEPHANT AUCTION SALE ON FENTON'S MAIN STREET Saturday Sept. 7, S (IN CASE OF RAIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 14) THE FENTON Merchants Listed Below Will Offer at Auction to The Highest Bidders HUNDREDS OF NEW AND USED ITEMS from their stores, Partial List of Merchandise To Be Sold j*- » New aluminum scoops, used sewing machines, used electric range, used furniture including living room and kitchen sets, new table lamps, used oil burning stove, egg baskets, new chicken nests, chicken feeders and waterers, used car radio and aerial, new set car floor mats, 8x7 overhead garage door, aluminum combination storm door, Sioux 30 bushel feeder, assortment of groceries, used 300 gallon overhead fuel tank, baby's car seat, 10 ft. 4 in. grain augers, new socket wrench set, new grease gun outfit, jiew Brownie camera, gaU BLIND BOX There Will Be New Merchandise Auctioned Sight Unseen — Each'One Will Be Guaranteed To Be Valued at $5 or More, Ions Hess hog oil/ Shaeffer pencils, reconditioned 17 Jewel iylovq watch, Used battery charger, Shock Stock electric fencer . , , AND MANY, MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION BUT BE THERE YOURSELF AND SET YOUR OWN PRICE ON ANY ITEM YOU MAY WANT. *•* SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 1 P.M. IN FRONT OF THE BUSINESS PLACES IN ORDER LISTED BELOW 1—FuhKs Friendly Tavern 2-Boiley's Store 3-Weisbrod D-X Station 4~Petersen Furniture 5-Jorgenwn's Locker 6-Dunccm Produce 7-McFall & Rusch 8-Knudsen'i 66 Service 9-Dr. J, R. Waite 10—Farmers Elevator 11—Fenton Lumber Co, 12-Weisbrod implement 13~Dick'$ Cafe 14—Fsnfon Bank 15—Fenton Drug 16—Priebe Grocery ..17^Stpeber Hardware 18-B & W Chevrolet - LLOYD BERKLAND, Auctioneer -

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