The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 7, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 7, 1965
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• OCT. 7, 1965 • •§• £ml *n I Published By Th« Upper fas Moinct • I Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa | | JOAN BOtLINGER • I Newt Editor j 4—Algona (lo.) Upper De* Molnfti Thursday, October 7, 1965 Fenton Pastor Retires For The Second Time RPV. Fred Preul, who served a total of 54 years in the pulpit, retired FOR THE SECOND TIME following services at the Presbyterian church at Lone Rock Sunday, Sept. 26. Despite the fact he was a Methodist minister, Rev. Preul served the Lone Rock church for the past year until a new pastor was available. Rev. and Mrs. Preul moved to Fenton eight years ago after his first retirement! Since that time, he has served area churches actively, until his second retirement Sept. 26. Rev. Preul served two years at Central Western Orphans Home in Missouri, then served churches in that state for 15 more years before coming to Iowa. For the past 37 years, he has served in Methodist churches in the North Iowa Conference. Rev. and Mrs. Preul observed their golden wedding anniversary two years ago. They plan to remain in Fenton - and knowing the Preuls, they will remain very active - despite two retirements! Seneca Farmer Faces Surgery Of The Spine SENECA - William Loss, Seneca area fanner, is a patient at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, whore he was awaiting possible surpery on Monday. He is suffering with a dissolved disc in the lower spine area. Mrs. Loss is at Rochester with him. The Henry Wilbergs are taking care of the farm chores at the Loss farm. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crouch and son, Jeff, of Ida Grove, spent the weekend at the parental Earl Crouchs. Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Crouch and family of Armstrong joined them for Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft spent the weekend with their For perfect comfort get... AMERICAN. Brand Heating Oil with Sta-Cleaif You couldn't ask for more perfect heat. Brand Heating Oil burns clean. 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When It's ;;o :.elow zero it Is too late .o make I'urn&ce reoairs , . , If your 1'urnaee needs reoairs, or cr.rckim'. over . , , KOW is the rime to do it, , . give us a c-llj NcFALL Plumbing-Heating fViCTilCAl CONTRACTING - KilVINATOR APPLIANCES FENTON, IOWA son and family, tho ,l»}\n Lonfts, Rorlirstor anrl hfljipd (heir craiulson, Tom, ulisr-rvr hi.ssi'V- fntli liirlliday anmvTi.sarv. Voil Smith, Sonera, \vas le- clprtod as president <>f the SOM- tial Community School B<).ud at HIP r<'-or£.iiii7.atiuii meeting hold following tlip sflmnl |»uni flection. Hol>ci-t Kiausc and Dale Voigt of Fcntiin arc new momliprs on tlio board. KP- timiiiif; members are Dale Schroeder and Hobert Srlmiidt of Lone Hock. Mrs. Eric Soegekuth of Lone Hock is the new school hoard secretary aJid Kenneth Jackson of Lone Rock is treasurer. Mollie Hlanchard wasSentral's candidate for queen at the Al- Rona Band Festival held this past Saturday. Now Janet Ham- tnerstrom of the Lone Hock area lias been chosen as candidate for the Ksthcrville Band Festival which will be held on Oct. 1C, and Retinae Votteler, daughter of the Ervin Vottelers, Seneca, was chosen to be Miss Scntral at the North Iowa Band Festival at Mason City in June. Serve Pancakes Fenton Women On A Bus Tour Of Amana Colonies To Over At Fenfon The pancake Day at Fenton held recently drew an estimated 600 hungry persons who were served in the two-hour period at noon, sponsored by Fenton business men and firms. During the serving, 130 Ibs. of pancake flour, 90 Ibs. of sausage, 30 Ibs. of butter, and over 10 gallons of syrup went down the hatch, if we may use that description. In gift awards, the winners were Roger Henriksen, Lone Rock, Walter Fisher, Cylinder; Mrs. Milford Mitchell, Whittemore; and Colette Stefanski, .Alice Krause, Darlene Priebe and Jay Borchardt, all of Fenton. The preparation of the cakes and sausage and coffee, was done by a volunteer group, both men and women, and was extremely well organized. The men who thought up the idea naturally take considerable credit, while the ladles, as usual, found themselves with considerable cleaning up to do at the climax. And truly a good time was had by all! Mr. and Mrs. Roelf Miller were Sunday guests of Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. Henrietta Adams, at Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hall, Mrs. Elice Hall, and Susan Johnson of Britt were Sunday dinner guests of the Victor Dreyers. The Gilbert Halls are Mrs. Dryer's parents. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. William Dryer. The Dreyers this past week moved into the former Mrs. Alex Radig's home. Mr. and Mrs. Ortwin Tietz were Sunday dinner guests of the Roy Chrischilles. Mr. and Mrs. George Bellinger are the grandparents of a boy, Greg Jay, born Sept. 24 to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bellinger of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Klinge of Britt were Sunday afternoon callers at the George Bellingers. Mr. Klinge is Mrs. Bellinger's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dreyer and Mrs. George Dreyer of Austin, Minn., and Mrs, Ecta Bannick, Renwick, were weekend guests of the Fred Boettchers. Mr. and Mrs. Art Geitzenauer Lincoln, Nebr., were weekend guests of Art's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Geitzenauer. Mrs. Roger Baker and her sister-in-law, Virginia, left last Tuesday to join Mr. Baker in Norfolk, Va., where he is in the armed services. Mrs. Baker had been staying with her parents, the Delbert Geitzenauers, while her. husband was on water duty. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sewart of Miiuieapolis, Minn, were weekend guests of the Wilfred Stoebers. On Sunday the Sewarts and the Stoebers were dinner guests of the Richard Stuckis of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Delond Votteler and family were Sunday dinner guests of the Ernest Vottelers. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Engelman and family were weekend guests of the Ervin Vottelers. They are from St. Paul,Minn. Mrs.Engel- man is a sister of Mrs. Vottelers. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith of Burt were Sunday night supper guests of the Jack Tiemans. FENTON - Mrs. Ernest Berkland, Mrs. Rnel>en Berkland, Mrs. Winston Kerber, Mrs.Irvin Berkland and Mrs. Art Cody were among the group of forty-six Farm Bureau women who left by chartered bus from Emmets- burp last Wednesday for a tour of the Amana Colonies. They toured the yarn factory, woolen mills, colony church and the colony graveyard. There are no family lots in their cemetery, but all are buried as one family and all the tomb stones are identical. They also toured two furniture shops, the Colony Kitchen, Homestead Bakery and a winery. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Newel returned home last week from an eleven day trip that took them into Canada, around northern Lake Superior, through Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Besides being on a sightseeing trip they also visited Genevieve Newel in Chicago, the John Theesfields, former Fenton residents, in lola, Wise., and a distant relative of Mr. Newel's, Raymond Holtzworth in Brownsville, Minn. Kenneth Halverson attended the convention of the National League of Postmasters In St. Paul, Minn., this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Priebe and boys were Wednesday evening supper guests of the Dennis Priebes of Lone Rock. Friday evening supper guests of the Kenneth Bellingers were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bellinger and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tietz and Michael, Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahl and Harvey Bellinger. After supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wilmar Wichtendahl. The occasion was the thirty-second wedding anniversary of the Kenneth Bellingers. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hinderman of Owatonna, Minn., were weekend guests of the Frank McFalls. Mr. and Mrs. Burnett-Heine are the parents of a son, born Sept. 28, at Emmetsburg Community hospital. St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, has changed its Mission Service from the 10th to the 17th of October. Rev. Ostermeier of West Bend will change pulpits with Rev. Bliss Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kohlwes, Austin, Minn., were Thursday night supper guests of Mrs. Ida Dreyer. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod was hostess for the Saturday afternoon bridge club. Ella Newel won high and Esther Frank second high. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer and family and Mrs. Ida Dreyer spent Sunday at the Roger Dreyers in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and family attended the funeral of Mrs. Ruth Bishop at Curlew Monday afternoon. Mrs. Bishop was Mrs. Laab's mother. Mrs. Virgil Finnestad opened her new knit shop in Fenton on Monday by serving free cookies and coffee all day. She is now preparing to start lessions on the llth of October. Band Mothers Of Sentral Hold Program FENTON - The Sentral Community school's Band Mothers held a reception, Tuesday evening, Sept. 28, for ail the teachers in the district. Mrs. Wilfred Radig,president, was in charge of the program which included Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman showing rlides of the work of their daughter, Susan, in Africa. Mrs. Don Shaw played a violin selection and Mrs. Kenneth Jones some piano selections. Rev. Vehling, Lotts Creek, was in charge of devotions. Each teacher was given a name card resembling a book when they arrived. On the card were their name, the school where they are teaching, and the grade or subject they have. The tables were decorated to show some of the different subjects taught. The teachers also had place cards at various tables so that they were divided among the public. The place cards were made like slates. Mrs. Amos Finnestad was hostess to bridge club Thursday afternoon. Ella Newel won high, Ida Dreyer second high and Edna Sunde won low. Dort Ranney and Edna Sunde were guests. Rev. Spicer, St. John's, Fenton, reported that over fifty from the congregation have enrolled at the Algona Circuit Bible Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber were Sunday dinner and afternoon guests of the Lyle Bassets of Milford. Mrs. Donald Priebe, Jimmie and Kenny, attended the birthday party of Andy Olson, Swea City, Monday afternoon. Andy is Mrs. Priebe's nephew. Miss Peggy Voigt, Cedar Falls, was a weekend guest of the Dale Weisbrods. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of the Harlan Guards of Frost, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tietz, Whittemore, were Sunday evening guests of the Kenneth Bellingers. The ALCW of Depew met last Thursday. The topic given by Mrs. David Naig was on parish education. The hostesses were Mrs. Art Juhl and Mrs. Ulrich Juhl. Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. Bertl Berkland, Mrs. William DeWall, Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mrs. Shirley Zumach and iLori were Tuesday afternoon callers at the Melvin Berklands .in honor of Mrs. Berkland's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Berkland and Tania and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ramus and Denise were Sunday guests of the James CARD OF THANKS A sincere thank you to all my friends, neighbors and relatives for their cards, letters, gifts and visits while I was a patient at Fairmont Community hospital. I will always remember your kindness. Mrs. Arno Juhl. (75) SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Fenton, Iowa Dr, E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer T-V Sales & Service Phone 13 or 136 LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Esate Broker and Farm loans and Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa Meyers. The occasion was Mr. Ramus' and Mrs. Berkland's birthdays. Mrs. Stan Berkland had a coffee party last Monday afternoon for her dad's and her own birthdays. Those present \vereMr.andMrs. Fred Greinert and family, Mrs. Mervin Jentz and Lori, Mr. Larry Alt, Mrs. Katie Alt, West Bend, Mrs. Harold Lampe and Vivian, Burt, Mrs. Richard Countryman and Dennis, Titonka, and Mrs. Albert Wibben, Algona. New Scoreboard For Sentral Is Bank's Assist FENTON - Sentral Community high school will soon have a football Scoreboard at the south end of the present playing field. This illuminated score board will give the score of the game and the time remaining in each quarter. The Sentral board of education recently decided to accept the offer of the Lone Rock Bank to finance one-half the cost of the score board. The remaining cost will be supplied from the school district funds. In case any group or individuals would like to see the addition of a down and yards marker added to the board it could be purchased at a cost of $555. Any donations would be acceptable. - o - VOIGT REUNION Fifty-eight persons attended the Voigt reunion held Sunday, Oct. 3, at the Fenton community center. Those attending from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hinderman, Owatonna, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Ward Belknap and Gregory, Ceylon, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klenz, Fairmont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bleckwenn, Estherville, and Lois and Peggy Voigt, Cedar Falls. Members from the Fenton vicinity attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Margo, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Voigt and family, Mr. •and • 'Mrs.Derwood ••> Voigt and familyj Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Menz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and Anna Mae, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp and Carrie Voigt. The oldest member there was Carrie Voigt and the youngest member, Joel FOR SALE Harlan Mueller 2- bedroom home In Fenton. Oil heat, attached garage. Priced to sell. Immediate possession. See — GERALD VOIGT Fenton, Iowa Voigt, son of the Dale Voigts. The birthdays of Mrs. Hinderman and Mrs. Art Voigt and the twentieth wedding anniversary of the Wendell Rusches were also observed. LEMON TREE Mrs. Harry Ross, Red Oak, has been watching over a dwarf lemon tree for 23 years. In its original pot, the little tree produced lemons this year; one is over 11 Inches around. -100TH- Mrs. AMnaBirkenstockOber- man observed her 100th birthday at the Blanck nursing home in New London on Sept. 26. Mrs. Oberman was born near Prairie Grove and moved to Burlington when she was 12. ^^ Wishing For A Buyer Won't Make That Sale! THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Ftnton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone* FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 You test drive a car before you buy it. Why not test a washer? With Speed Queen, it's easy. Go to a Speed Queen coin laundry and test as many as you like. You'll see how clean they wash — how simple they are to operate. And you can bet they're dependable because you can see the constant beating they take. That is why Speed Queen washers are so popular among coin laundry operators. AUTOMATIC DRYER WITH STAINLESS STEEL MUM! 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