The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1960 · Page 19
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 31, 1960
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May 31, 1960 Pubttihad By Th* Upp«r Dai MotnM Publishing Co., Alflonct, Iowa MRS. AROttH HALVERSON News Editor town-Country Woman's Club Installs Officers ' Penton — The Town & Country Woman's Club met Tuesday, May 24, at 6:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs Mervin Priebe-for a potluck supper. ' The program "Skirting Around Iowa" was presented by Mrs William Hantelman and Mrs .John Struecker, 'with historical data about towns in Iowa and some in Kossuth County. A farewell gift.had .been purchased for one of the members, Mrs James Hypse and was to be presented to her the next day •since she.was unable to attend. The club .voted, to pay f 100.00 toward . a cement foundation which is to be erected in the park by the Town of Fenton. Mrs Kenneth Johnson, out going president, installed the new officers for the following year: Mrs - Calvin Vaudt, pres.; 'Mrs Lyle Newel, vice pres.; Mrs Ervin Borchardt, secretary; Mrs Eugene Huskamp, treas.; Mrs Dale Weisbrod, historian. The corresponding secretary, Mrs Harlan Eimers was absent. The' new president, Mrs Calvin Vaudt, concluded the meeting. -Dessert and coffee were served by Mrs Mervin Priebe and Mrs Dale Weisbrod, the co.-hostess. Jerry Crouch Of Fenton Awarded Degree At ISU Mr and Mrs Wall Peril, Bonnie and Ginger were Sunday dinner guests in the George Peril home at Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Carl Siewert, Carmen and Wayne of Minneapolis, Minn, were weekend guests in the Wilfred Stoe'ber home. Mr and Mrs William Hantelr man entertained Sunday at a dinner lor their son Glenn's confirmation; Mr and Mrs W. B. Schmidtke, Mr and Mrs Wilmer Schmidtke and family, Mr and Mrs Waldmer Schmidtke and Kennard all of Morristpwn, Minn., Mr and Mrs Alvin Thompson and family of Estherville, Roy Holman of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman and Paul, Mr and Mrs Martin .Hantelman and Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn. ' ,. Mr and Mrs Elmer Osrwald nnd Mrs Freda Zimmerman of Jerry Crouch Seneca — Jerry Crouch, son of 'Mr and Mrs Earl Crouch. Fenton, was graduated Saturday morning at Iowa State University, Ames, from the school of veterinary medicine. He wil' begin his practice at Armstrong. He is married and has a daughter. Mr and Mrs Earl Crouch and Bonnie attended the graduation exercises. (UDM Engraving) Emmetsburg were Sunday dinner guests in the Willard 'Menz home in honor of Calvin's confirmation. Mr and Mrs Harold Eimers entertained at a dinner Sunday in honor of Wayne's confirmation; Mr and Mrs Hans' Hansen and family of Dolliver, Mr and Mrs Dennis Long and boys of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Eugene Hiske 1 'and boys of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Darrel Stusse and Tim of Sioux City, Mr and Mrs Robert Olsen and Debbie of Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs Ella Meyer of Burt, Mrs Helene Jentz and Judy, Ladell Olsen, Mr and ,Mrs William fiimers, Mr and Mrs Harl«n fiimets and • Greg, Mr and Mrs Frank Seeley and family, Mf* and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Jbanne and Rev. and Mrs W. H.' Friedrich. Sunday dinner and suppe* guests in the Harvey Henriksen home'in honor of David's confirmation were Mr and Mrs Doug Bush of Milford, Mr and Mrs Lester Mueller and family of Emmetsburg, Dr. and Mrs Leroy Henriksen and family of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs> Manus Henriksen of Ringsted; Mr and Mrs Bertnie Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys, Mrs Martha Mueller, Mr and Mrs Ray Mueller and 'family, Mr and Mrs Art Mueller, Mr and. Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joanne and Mr and Mrb Lloyd Kern and family. ' Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer en tertained at a dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter JoAnn's confirmation; Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Roger, Mr and Mrs Darrel Dreyer and family Mrs Minnie Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman, Mr, and Mrs Larry Alt and girls and Rev. and Mrs W. H. Friedrich all of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Duane Drey el and family of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Ah Tietz of Lakota, Mrs Robert Tietz and girls of Hayward, Minn., Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman of Burt, Marlene Walker of Whittemore, Diane Simoson of Wesley, Stanley Berkland, Judy Juhl, Peggy Pettit and Dennis Ohm. Dr. and Mrs F. W. Huske and Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler spent Memorial weekend in Davenport with Mr and Mrs Kaye Ruske. Judy Eigler, student at the University of Iowa at Iowa City, was also a weekend guests. Ronnie Mortenson and Michael Dunn, students at Ames, spent Memorial weekend in the HEADQUARTERS FOR BIG PRE-ANHIVERSARY ITCHIE WATERER SALE Fred Mortenson home. S&nriie Peril left from Mason City by plane Friday tot Washington 1 , & C, wMfe-she will be employed at secretarial work. Mr arfd Mfa Paul t«ite*|and Mrsi.Retta Eigler spent lafVSun- day in 'Rdchester- Where >• they visited with Bertha Gross, a pat^ lent-at St. Mary's hospital. Sunday dinner guests In the Arnold Hansen home were Mf and Mrs Kenneth Reese and sons of Ledyard. . " '.-. . Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer and boys of Humboldt were 'weekend guests in the Everett Dreyer home. Sunday -afternoon Mrs Everett Dreyer and Mrs Duane Dreyer attended a shower for Sandra Parson at Bancroft. Mark Preul, Iwo-year-old son of Mr and Mrs Herbert Preul of Omaha is staying with his grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs F. C Preul while his parents are fishing in Minnesota and investigating housing in the Twin Cities A Fenton high school graduate, Herbert Preul plans to begin work this fall at the University of Minnesota toward a • doctorate in sanitary engineering. He earned a master of science degree at Minnesota but took his bachelor's degree in civil engineering at the University of Iowa in [owa City. "^ St. John's Lutheran Ladies of Aid of Denew met Thursday afternoon. The Life Membership Program was given by Mrs Lester Larson. Eight were given to members of the aid.'Mrs Amos Berkland, Mrs Louie Egamo, Mrs Elmer Hai?, Mrs Thpo Naid. Mrs Theo. Nelson, Mrs Gladyas Naig, Mrs William DeWall . and Mrs Alta Juhl. Mrs Richard Naig and Mrs Robert Naig were hostesses. Jerald Waile o* Fenton ha° been accepted by the college of veterinary medicine at Kansas State University in Manhattan Two hundred had applied for ad- mission, but only 75 will be entered as freshmen'' next fall. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern, Charles and Dan and Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and Kern attended Commencement exercises at Algona Thursday evening. Mrs Richard McCarty and sons of Hartley visited in the parental Charles Newel home from Saturday through the Memorial weekend. Evalon Schlei .returned home Friday after completing her year of studies at Ames. Nellie Circle of the Fenlon Methodist church met Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs Ray Stoeber. Mrs John Munch was co-hostess. Mrs Wendell Rusch presented the les son and Mrs Paul Hudson the devotions. Mr and Mrs Harold Derksen and family of Spencer, So. Dak., were Memorial weekend guests in the Oscar Sorensen home. Mrs George Murphey under went surgery Friday evening at the Holy Family ' hospital Mr and Mrs Ervin Borchardt entertained Sunday at a confirmation dinner for their son Bryan; Mr and Mrs Kenneth Notzel of Ft. Dodge, Mr and Mrs '^arry Bccldey and daughter of Louisville, Minn., Mr and Mrs John Kerber, Mr and Mrs Keith Kerber and family of Emmets burg, Mr and Mrs Winston Kerber and family, Mr and Mrs Lyndon Kerber and family, Mr and M'-s Otto Borchardt, Mr and Mrs Virgil Borchardt and family, Mr and Mrs Dick Borchardt. Donald Mienke Of Fen ton Weds Em'burg Girl Donald Mienke, son of 'Mr and Mrs George Mienke of Fenton, and Bridget Weir, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. Weir Sr. of Emmetsburg, were united in marriage May 14 at Assumption Catholic church in Emmetsburg with Msgr. W. F. Mason officiating at the double ring ceremony. Mrs Ceroy Crook was maid of honor and Mrs Roland' Lammers, bridesmaid. Frank Mienke and James Mienke were the Bridegroom's attendants. Dinner was served in the parish hall following the ceremony. The wedding cake was baked and decorated by Mrs Dclohd Bolte The bride is a graduate of Emmetsburg Catholic high of 1959 and has been employed in Emmetsburg. The bridegroom is a graduate of Sentral High, and presently employed by Meredith Publishing Co. in Des Moines, where the couple - will make their home. Tuesday, May 31, 1960 *laonn (la.) Upper D8> Infant Baptised Fenton — Mark Kenneth, infant son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson, was baptized Sunday in St. Luke's Lutheran church. Barbara Hahnifah of Toledo and Mike Kressin were sponsors. Dinner guests in the Johnson home were Mr and Mrs Art Kressin, Mike and Jim, Mr and Mrs Jack Gerhart and family, Mr and Mrs John Kressin and son, Mr' and Mrs Forrest Hannifan and Barbara, Mr and Mrs E. K. 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