The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1957 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 17, 1957
Page 10
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MM. ARDCTH HAIVSKON ifenfiw Fenton Candidates File For Election On Nov. 5 Fenton — As the deadline for filing for offices in the forthcoming town election was reached last week, most of the incumbent town officers indicated they would again be candidates. G. R. Krause, present mayor. will again run and without opposition on the ballot. Candidates for the town council are Frank McFall, Ed Meyer and Don Steinberger, all incumbents, and new candidates wiU be Clarence Yager and Marion Slucki. Charles Theesfield and Martin Hantelman, who have been on the council, have not filed for reelection. Katherirte Alderson is a candidate for reelection as town treasurer, and park commissioner candidates are Wilfred Stoeber and Wm. F. Hantelman with two to be elected. Oct. 8 was the deadline for filing, and the town election will be held Nov. 5. Woman's Club Guest Day Members of the Fenton Woman's Club held their guest day program on October 8th at St, Luke's Lutheran church at -Fairville. Hostesses included the pastor's wife,- Mrs Arthur Kruger, Mrs Arlo Ranney, Mrs Waldemar Laage, and Mrs Delond Vblteler, whjo was serving- in the absence of her mother-in-law, Mrs Ernest Votteler. 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 Mrs Ray Stoeber, club president, introduced the individual club members who then presented their guests. The program, arranged by Mrs Clayton Ditsworth and Mrs Ernest Ruske, began with a violin solo, 'Serenade by Franz Schubert, played by Mrs Don Shaw with piano accompaniment by Mrs Clarence Osborn. An interview of Mrs Everett Dreyer conducted by the committee brought out details of the rescue of passengers in a plane which crashed last July beside the Dreyer farm. The interview ended with a motion picture film strip from KRNT showing Mr Dreyer and his son Roger receiving life-saving and valor awards from Governor Herschel Loveless on Governor's Day at Clear Lake. The strip also showed Roger and the co-pilot probing the burned wreckage. The concluding number of the program was a history of the 'Fairville' church by Mrs Ed Bruhn, whose parents, the late Mr and Mrs William Hantelman were original members of the congregation. The original church, built in 1885 for $1500 has been remodeled, turned and placed over a basement, and recently redecorated. The ladies met in the basement but -toured the sanctuary before refreshments were served. Auxiliary Meets The Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs Gerhart Hantelman. They voted to send $5 to the Girl's Training school at Mitchellville. It was reported that the Woodward Institute is in need of cleaning rags. Mesdames Charles Newel, G. B. Johnson, Hans Baago and Elmer Grienert attended the District Conference held in Fort Dodge on Oct. 9. They gave reports on this conference. Refreshments were served by Mrs Hantelman. Processors 4-H The Fenton Progressors 4-H Club met Monday evening Oct. 7 in the' t horne of'Norman Bellinger, Those 1 'present were Ervin Borchardt, their leader, Dennis Newel, Jon Jentz, Earl Jentz, John Ruger, Brian Borchardt, Darrel Zwiefel, Jerome Zwiefel, Norman Bellinger, Gary Berkland and Darrel Berklana. The record books were returned to the members. The business meeting was followed by a del- McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING "We SelUnstall or Service' 1 FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES - BOTTLE GAS SERVICE PHONE 120or 111 FENTON FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VQIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN QEfRf DiftJER Illf. Ph»n» 9 Be*, Phone 60 HANTTELMAN SERVICE Dr. E. W, Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Pf nto% lowq HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Avte & Tractor FENTON, (A. U0YD M. BERKLAND licensed Efaf E»tote -Broker , And Awttoft Service Jfe Mb *• fe»9t ~ Me * trie too $m«li H* *df 6* fW ~,N» sole too Hard My Ai« li To Pteow YQU 8*8 . . Feoion, IOWA FARM MUTUAL INSURANCE icious lanch served .by Mrs Bollinger. Darrel Berkland, reporl inger. Mr* Behtt* Hftetetft Mrs Frank Behne was a hostess to Bertha Circle of the Methodist church last Thursday, Oct. 10. Attending were sixteen members and two small guests, Julie Annete Luse, and Bern Laabs, who came with their mothers. Following devotions by Mrs Art Voigt, Mrs Clarence Underwood presented the lesson from Mission: USA, which brought the changing patterns in rural life. Mrs Earl Lufkui, circle chair* man, read assignments for work at the rummage sale on October 19 and for the Smorgasbord at the church dining room on Wednesday, Nov. 13. Members were given tickets for advance sale for the smorgasbord. Janet Behne assisted her mother in serving refreshments. Homemakers Meet Eighteen ladies from the Fenton Township Homemakers enjoyed a cook-out in the Fenton Park on Monday afternoon of last week. The complete meal was cooked on the open fire. Mrs Owen Berhow and Mrs Henry Schroeder led the ladies in showing them how to wrap the food in foil paper and placing them on the coals. The regular meeting of Fenton Township Homemqkers will meet in the home of Mrs Willie .Cotton, Oct. 18 at 2 p.m. Mrs Milfred Mitchell is co-hostess. Mr and MM A. T. Heifer of Rolfe were recent Sunday dinner and supper guests in the home of their nephew, Clayton Bits worth. Mr and Mrs Vernon Perfect and daughters of Chicago were recent visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod and Mrs Blance Huskamp. Mrs Perfect is the daughter of Mrs Huskamp. The Depew Fellowship Circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs Richard Underwood. Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joan were circle guests. Mrs Melvin Berkland was in charge of the Bible Study. Mrs William Dewall presented a reading and Mrs Ernest Berkland sang a solo, accompanying herself on the guitar. The circle will have a Scandinavian Country Store Oct. 26 to be held in the Art Krause store building. They will be serving many kinds of Scandinavian fo6ds, and these foods can also be bought to be taken home. Saturday evening supper guests in the Ed Schlei home were Mr and Mrs Richard Birkbech (former Marlene Weisbrod) of Minneapolis, Minn. Ethel Cornelius and daughter Delia of Omaha, Neb. and Maynard Weisbrod of Klemme. Mr and Mrs Carl Veer and family of Rochester, Minn, were Saturday and Sunday guests in the parental Roelf Miller home. Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs of Titonka were also Sunday dinner guests, Anna Marie Mitchell of Sioux Falls, S. D. spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell, Sunday evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and girls, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell and Mr and Mrs Nyles Heggen and sons. Sunday dinner guests in the Clifford Douglas home were Mr and Mrs Fred Douglas and Ernest of Rodman 'and Mr and Mrs, Lyle Douglas of Mallard. Mr and Mrs Dale Douglas and family of Fenton were afternoon callers. Mr and Mrs Clarence Under* wood and Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood went to Woodward Saturday where they attended a wedding that evening. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller were Sunday evening visitors in the Paul Winter home at Lakota. Oetobor 17, 1957 By tltt Opp»f Dw Metntt Pttblifthing 60., Algeria, Iowa Fenton Girl Recant Bride Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Burnett Heine who were married Sept. 28 at St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville. The bride prior to her marriage was Eunice Edna Hantelman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman of Fenton. The wedding story was carried in this newspaper Oct. 3. The couple will make their home in Cedar Rapids. (Glenn Studio foto - UDM engraving). Silver Wedding Edw.Heyers Fenton — Mr and Mrs Edward Meyer observed their silver wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 13 at St. John's Lutheran church parlors. A dinner was served at 6 p.m. to the honored couple and 150 relatives and friends. Among those present were the attend-; ants for the wedding of 25 years. ago, Dr. August Krause of Cherokee, la.; Fred Meyer of Fenton, : Mrs Lloyd Hutchinson of Lone Rock and Mrs Harold Gross of Whittemore. The five waitresses were also the waitresses who waited on tables for the couple 25 years ago. They,-were Mrs-Floyd,Torf erson of Bode, Mrs Lav/rence wiefel of Swea City, Mrs Francis Ware 'of Estherville, Mrs Myrle Hansen of Fairmont, and Mrs Fred Meyer of Algona. , Mrs Darrell Dreyer was dining room hostess and Mrs Orville Kressin of Lone Rock took care of the guest book. These two Jadies were waitresses at the head-table.- The'cooks were Mesdames Ed Rummage Sab Planned Oct. 19 ; / A Rummage Sale is being planned for Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Fenton Community Center, sponsored by the women of the Fenton Methodist church. Doors open at'9 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. Lunch will be served during the noon hour, and included with the rummage sale will be a home made bake sale and other tea* tureg. Don't miss it! Rummage Sale Fenton Community Center Sponsored by Fenion Methodist Church Sat.0ctober 19th OPEN - 9 A.M. UNTIL 8 P.M. Lunch will be served, consisting of hot vegetable soup, hot beef sandwiches, assorted pies, and coffee. Included along with the rummage sale, will be a home made bakery goods booth, county store booth and parcel post booth. WE'VE GOT IT! Petersen Store Adding Storage Petersen Furniture in Fenton is now ^constructing an addition which will (wntain 1400 sq. feet more of ffoor space at the Petersen corner. The new addition is being added at the rear of the present building, and will be used primarily for storage space for tot shipments of Coming Fvenfs .V Oct. 17 „,„,_. .^dependence IJeleh Circle. oeray, Oct. 2t— Fenton m unity Club WRIGHT POWKR SAW T^ AU NEW WRIGHT REBEL SAW - THE WORLD'S SAFEST POWER SAW No dangerous chain — exclusive reciprocating 20" ^^ blade ... for hand saw safety with power saw speed! WEISBROD IMPLEMENT SPECIAL OCTOBER; PNLYI F R E E — 1 • 35 Lb. pail of Lithium gun greaie with any purchase of $200 or over. FBI I- 1 gal. Goodyear Permonejtt antifreeze with each $100 . m««htaery purchase. IMPLEMENT FENTON, MitcheD, William Eimers, Aflei? Bellinger, CHai Norland, E. H. grey*** eh&fclttan; W. E. La«ge, KeUfteth Sollinfer, Rayer all of iteiiteft and Mrs A. R. Willrett of Algona. At 8 f>.ttl a church service was held and about 40 mote guests registered at thte time. Richard Meyer of JPentofl and Alvin ttig- gert.of Whittemore were ushers. At § p.m. a program was presented With Dr. 'August Krause acting as M. C. There was community singing, with Mrs Arlo Ranney, pianist. Thefe were songs by Mrs Eugene Myer of Burt, Shirley and Velda Peter also of Burt. Judy Jolley, Richard Meyer and John Elsbecker all of Fenton. Instrumental selections were played by Susan Hantelman, Fenton, Roger Hutchinson, Lone Rock, and a piano solo by Philip Meyer. Readings were given by Mrs Gay Meyer, ,Ringsted and Mrs Orville Kressin of Lone Rock. Mrs Ray' Dreyer of Fenton was in charge of flower arrangements for the occasion and pictures were taken by Mrs Harry ' Haase. At 10:30 lunch was served, and at this time Mrs Marie Lohse of Swea City cut the cake, a gift from Mrs Helena Luedtke. Attending from a greater distance were Mr and Mrs Robe"rt Crovisier of Woolstock, and Mrs Helen Crovisier of Webster City and Dr. August Krause of Cherokee. The honored couple received many lovely and useful gifts. Birthday .Surprise Ed Mitchell was honored at a surprise birthday party last Tuesday evening in honor of his 50th birthday. Families present for the occasion were the Martin Olesons, Arnold Olesons, Merle Flints, B. G. BerKelands Larry Eglands, Wm. DeWaUs, Glen Flints, Ole Petersens, Albert Mitchells, Richard Underwoods. John Micklicks, Dale Longs, Eugene Meyers. Edwin Uthofs, Ray tfthofS, Duane. Habd* gers, Milfred Mitchells, Melvin Berklands, Dennis Longs, Harold Eimers, Mrs Nels Flint aftd Larry and Mrs Emil Bleckwenn. Wednesday evening callers were Mr and Mrs Harvey Heh- ricksen and family, Mr and Mrs Bennie Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Clarence Bierstedt and Larry. Maynard L. Kressin leaves for Camp Pendleton, Calif, after a 15-day leave Wednesday the 16. He reports at Camp Sunday the 20th. He joined the Marines on May 15. M* and Mrs Merle Volgi ate the parents of an 8 Ib. 11 oz. son born Sunday, Oct. 13, at the Emmetsburg hospital. He has been named Vance Merle. Seniral P.T.A. will meet O«. 21 at the Seneca School. THE NEW FAMILY Auto Policy is the life insurance^ for your car. For complete details, see Voigt insurance or INSURE phone 22. 42* NEW SHIPMENT, MODERN LIVING ROOM FURNITURE WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT IT ... IT'S ALL TOP QUALITY ... But nothing fancy about the price V *•»*_ •JKflfcyj *v» . l^^^*'^*•^^^••' 1 ^•^i*v/^xS*^rf•^-»^l^v^M^vv 1 ^^ STILL A FEW BEDROOM SUITES FROM A RECENT CARLOAD AND PRICED RIGHT! IT PAYS TO SHOP HERE •'•'^'>^-'-'^NXN^N^NX^~^^-<«-*rf-S-'X*-k/'^^ PETERSEN FURNITURE CO. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE FENTON, IOWA ANNOUNClNG^OUKlftPPOIN.TMENT FOR ALLIS- SALES, SERVICE & PARTS B&WCHE PHONE 28 FENTON, IOWA The Complete Analysis Liquid Fertilzer ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF Fenton Co-Op Elevator AS YOUR LOCAL RIS - VAN DEALER A cordial welsome is extended to you to step in and meet your new Ris-Van Dealer. A complete, ferti iier service is offered including confutation, soil analysis, recommerv datlon, horn* delivery and bulk spreading. Your Ris*Vpn Qegler is as close as your tele* phone. Put him to work in your forming operation. Bulk Spreading Service Available Now FENTON Co-OP ELEVATOR PHONE 14 FINTQN, IOWA

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