The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 11
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r M*l AUDlTH HAlVtMON ff§Wi Eonttt September 12, 1957 •ublkhed Ay Tht Uppet Ott Mfttfltt Publishing Co., Alganfd, tan* Alexander Radig Rites Held At Lotts Creek Fenion—Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Immahuel Lutheran church in Lotts Creek for Alexander Mr Radig died late Sat- urday afternoon from cancer. He had been ill the past ten months. Family services were held ai 1:30 at the Thomas Funeral Chapel with public services a: NEW IDEA APPOINTS WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. as Their Representative for this area W. E. Mohr, territory manager for New Idea Farm Equipment Co. has completed, negotiations whereby Weisbrod Implement Co. will handle the full line of farm equipment formerly sold by B & W Chevrolet. New Idea builds spreaders, wfigons, wagon boxes, mowers, rakes, corn pickers, elevators, stalk shredders, fertilizer spreaders and hydraulic loaders. Repair parts stock has. beeti thoroughly checked, and within a few days the additional parts needed will be on hand, and this will be a complete and well rounded out stock for all their machines. TRY US FOR YOUR PICKER PARTS New machines will also start coming in this week - come in and inspect them. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT CO. Telephone 3 Fenton, Iowa the Lutheran church at 2 p.m. The Rev. Martin Peters was the officiating pastor. Burial Was in the Lotts Cemetery. Alexander John Radig was born May 12, 1886 at Lotts Creek, the son of William and Kathryn Dreyer Radig. He received his schooling at the 4 Lotts Creek Parochial school, June 11, 1911 he was united iff marriage to Emma Krause. Mr Radig was a farmer and Stock Buyer until three years ago when he retired and moved to Fenton. Mr Radig was a member of the Lotts Creek Lutheran church and ha? been active in community affairs. He 1 has served as director of the Elevator, thg Telephone and also as Townships Director. Mr Radig is survr«*-l by his wife and eight children, Donald, Wilfred, Helen (Mrs Harold Gross); Verona (Mrs Glenn Bernston of Paulina) Evelyn (Mrs Kenneth Sage of Arlington, Va.) Gerald Radig of Lone Rock; Eugene Radig of Omaha, Neb and Laura, (Mrs LeRoy Henricksen of Armstrong). Also surviving are six sisters, Mrs Frank'Hemple, Mrs Earl Vasbinder, Mrs Gep. Wilde Mrs Matilda Kressin, Miss Helen Radig all of Pasadena, Calif., Mrs Henry Miller of Cedar Rapids, and one brother, Herman Radig of Breckenridge, Minn. Will Miller, Fenfon, Dies, Heart Attack Fenton — The Fenton Community was shocked and saddened by the sudden death of Will Miller, Friday. Mr Miller was working at his farm, and upon not feeling well, was taken to Emmetsburg where he died upon arrival at the hospital about 11 a.m. Death was due to a heart attack. William Fred Miller was born December 27, 1898, at Fenton. the son of Henry and Mary Wich Miller. He attended the Fenton high school, and his life's occupation has been farming. He was a member of St. Luke Lutheran church at Fairville where he held various church offices, including the offices of elder, fjnance officer and vicev£Ji|^ man. In 1925 hs *ras united in marriage to Laurnetta Wegener. He is survived by his xwife, three daughters: Cordelia, (Mrs Henry Zinnoll) of West Bend; Carmen, (Mrs Rfchard Bell) of Waterloo; CARNIVAL OF ALL THE 1957 Louse APPLIANCES ' „ -- 1 • - • -"•'. vjio&8ji»i*w s * 1 ' ;>: '•' •"• *^SJ. <• *P"" V *' ' ":»'^x-jvoJjyi£3vS$ i£jL:V:-L:i 11 V REDUCED ON ALL MODELS "Clean Sweep Carnival" brings bargain prices on all models of Westing* house refrigerator*) ranges and laundry equipment. It's your chance to SAVEI H—*./ EASY TERMS Ask about easy terms ... and about liberal "trade-ins" on used ap< pliances. This is your "buying opportunity!" i'i' VWf our $«(ei Ftesr §nd cfioesa tJit ipjiUaafO yew fcivt in mind. Oon'f de/*y. At "Clean Sweep Cern/vil" p fi werJoiavJfig tppUiiifff wiU 99 IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHTS POWEB and Alvina of Fort Dodge. Also three sisters, Mrs Clara Seely of Fenton, Mrs Alvifia Huff of St. Paul and Mrs Arthur Kuecker of Clear Lake. There are five grandchildren. Family services were held at the Miller home preceding the services at St. Luke Lutheran at 2 p.m. The Rev. A. C. Krugef was the officiating, pastor and Thomas Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Burial was in Fairville Cemeteryi Former Teacher Wed* The following is the account oi the wedding of Robert Melick, former Fenton teacher. Miss Marian Pippitt, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry F. Pippitt, became the bride of Robert Melick of Liscomb, Saturday afternoon in the church of Christ at Little Sioux. Everett Epperson, pastor of the Onawa Christian Church, officiated. A reception was held in Un- church parlors immediately following the ceremony. Betty Pippitt of Orange City, a sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Another sister, Miss Phyllis Pippitt of Little Siouk, was bridesmaid. Vickie Melick of Liscomb was flower girl. Lynn Pippitt and Randall Pipitt of Moville served as ring bearers. Kendall Melick of Liscomb was best man for his brother. James Pippitt of Moville and Roger Pippitt, brothers of the bride, ushered. Duane Gifford of Liscomb was groomsman. Mr and Mrs Melick are making their home in Pleasantville, la. Wed 33 Years Guests in the Roy Chrischilles home Tuesday, Sept. 3, in honor of Mr and Mrs Chrisphilles 33rd wedding anniversary were Mr and Mrs Charles Weisbrpd, Mi and Mrs Paul Hudson, Mr and Mrs Ronald Chrischilles and family, Mrs Kate Schroeder and Arthur. Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman. Algona, Mr and Mrs Jerald Weisner and girls of Burt. 500 was played at three- tables. High prizes went to Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman and low to Barbara Weiner and Ronald Chris- chilles. Travel to Paul Hudson. Mr and Mrs Fred Jentx and Mr and Mrs George Jentz and Marilyn left for Indianapolis, Ind., Fri. morning where Marilyn will- be employed in the fashion Dept. of L. S. Ayres Dept. Store. Marilyn received her JBachelor of Science Degree in July at Ames. Mrs L. H. Wehrspann and Mrs Marlin Wegener' were hostesses to the Fairville Ladies Aid Thursday, Sept. 5. Visiting guests of the Aid were Mrs Art Bleckwenn of Emmetsburg, Mrs Ernest Mualler and Mrs Harlan Mueller, Friday evening dinner guests in the Martin Haritelman home were Mr and Mrs Arnold Gade of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade and baby, Miss Nelda Gade, Alvin Steinhart, Mr and Mrs Ted Meier, Charlott and Cleo, Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family, Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn. Rev. and Mr* Waiefman of Des Moines were Friday fore- noun visitors in the Ed SchJei home. Mr and Mis Henry Wilberg and sons Vernon and Dennis Spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Robert Berkeland and boys in Minneapolis. Several families have moved into different homes during the past week or so. Mr and Mrs Howard Schulte and boys moved into the home they purchased from the J. Wallace Smiths. The Roelf Miller family moved into the home vacated by the Schultes and the Delbert Geitzenauer family moved into the house vacated by the Millers. Walt Wegener has moved into the home he purchased from the Don Boevers. The Richard Underwood family recently moved into the Carl Kruger home and Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt and James Richard are living in their home which was formerly occupied by the Underwoods. Newcomers to Fenton are Mr and Mrs Robert Norris and family who moved here recently from Cornell. Mr Norris is one of the instructors in the Sentral high school. The Clarence Thilges purchas* ed and moved into the home occupied by the Ray Uthofs, and the Uthofs moved into the home where the Thilges family had lived. Mr and Mrs Elwin Schlei and girls and Mr and Mrs Marold Schlei and Stephen were Sunday dinner guests in the Ed Schlei home. Mr and Mrs Emil Brandenburg of Colorado Springs and their son Eddie of Chicago are visiting in the Bill Boettcher home and with other relatives in this vicinty. Mr and Mrs Carl Nemiix oi St. Louis Park near Minneapolis visited for several days in the Ed Mitchell home and with other local relatives. Mr and Mrs Frilz Freyholtz took their son Jerry to St. Paul Saturday where he enrolled as a high school freshman at Concordia. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson are the parents of a 10 Ib. girl born Monday, Sept. 9, at St. Ann hospital. The Johnsons now have a family of 3 girls and one boy. Mr and Mrs Ed Schlei visited with the Clarence Weisbrods at Ringsted Sunday evening. -Sunday dinner guests in the William Boettcher home .were Mr and Mrs Emil Brandenburg of Colorado Springs, Colo.; Eddie Brandenburg of Chicago, Mr and Mrs Al Willrett of Algona; Mr and Mrs Herman Hintz, Mrs Clara Gremmels, Mrs Marie Dreyer and Janice, Mr and Mrs Donald Radig and family, Mr arid Mrs John Schallin and Mr and Mrs M. P. Nemitz. Mr and Mrs B. G. Berkeland went to Kanawha, Friday evening where Mrs Berkeland • attended a shower in honor of Miss tola Berkeland. McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING "We Sell, Install or Service' 1 FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES - BOTTLE OAS SERVICE PHONE 120or 111 FENTON FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bui. Phone 3 Rei, Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W, Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Roiidonw 25 Fenton, lowo HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto ft Tractor Repair* FINTON, IA. LLOYD M, BERKLAND licensed Real fftQtt Broker And Auction Service No feie too Large - No tale too Small No wle too Far - No tale too Hard My Aim li To PltMt YOU Phone. 603 Ftnton, Iowa On Library Tour To Minneapolis Fenton — Five members of the Independence Mixers Club were recent guests of the annual Library Tour to Minneapolis. To be eligible for the tour, members must read so many books during the year. The tour included sightseeing of many interesting places in Minneapolis. Enjoying the tour were Mrs Rueben Berkland, Mrs Donald Root, Mrs Ted Nelson, Mrs Bob Krause, and Mrs Eugene Huskamp. There were other ladies who qualified for the tour, but were unable to go. Coming Events Thursday, Sept. 12 — Bertha Circle; Rose Circle; Depew Fellowship Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club. Friday, Sept. 13 — Legion Auxiliary. Monday, Sept. 16 — Fenton Commercial Club. Thursday, Sept. 19 — Blakjei WMF; Indflpenednce Mixers: Helen Circle. CARD OF THANKS I wish to extend my thanks to my friends and relatives for the many cards, gifts, and flowers, also personal visits while I wag hospitalized at Estherville. Mrs Lloyd Finnestad. 37* Letter carriers' uniforms are a 50-50 blend of the Union Blue and Confederate Gray. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service i Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 WORM YOUR PIGS 2'/ 2 ° - HEAD Concentrated — Safe Economical Liquid Poultry Hog Wormer O One Qt. Worms 6400 Lbs. of PORK I (128 50 POUND PIGS) 0 Hogs Like (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 WORMER When You Present Thlt Ad To: »»»»»»» »»»»»* Fenfon Drug Co. 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