The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1960 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 7, 1960
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< k± 5. i 1 ^ June 7, 1960 Publiihed By The Ufcp«f D«* Mofmrl Publiihing Co., Algonn, lowh MRS. ARDETH HALVMSON N«w» Editor 4~Aij3ona (la.) Upper Des Moinet Tuesday, June i f, 1960 Fenton Woman, Son Leave On Triple-Europe Fenton —• Mrs Gerald Voigl and son James left Monday by car for the east coast, and will fly from New York to Ireland on the start of a tour of Europe which will take them to 11 countries. They expect to be gone until the latter part of August. Mrs-Voigt, the former Georgr Ann Gciyel of Alpona. hss been teaching in the Aleona school system. Her husband manage? the Fenton office of the First Trust and Savings Bank in Fen ton. Mrs Erma Leek of Aurora Ore., and her son Ervin and grandson Darwin of Arnegard spent Monday night in the Floyd Duncan home. They left Tuesday morning for Arnegard bui will stop enroute at the Chrif Christensens in Osakis, Tvlinri Mrs Christensen is a sister of Mrs Leek and Mrs Duncan. Sunday evening guests in the Curtis Olsen home were Mr and Mrs Walter Vosburg and son Donald of Lisbon, N. D., Mr and Mrs Ray Goering of Jackson. Minn, Mr and Mrs Howard Pres- tori and boys, Mr and Mrs Gaylord Olsen and family, Mrs Cleo Classon and Lyle Larson, the latter of Mallard. Mr and Mrs Eldon Duncan and sons Billy and Eldon Jr. were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs Duncan's parents. Mr and Mrs Herbert Adams. Mr and Mrs Floyd Bellinger of Waukegan, 111., are the parents of an 8 Ib. 9 oz. son born May, 22. ^He-has been named Thomas Anthony. Mr and Mrs Allan Bellinger of Fenton are the paternal grandparents. St. John's Ladies Aid met Wednesday afternoon in the ihurch parlors with hostesses. Mrs Wm. Eimers, Mrs- Amos Fin- Atsstad'arid Mrs Norman Finnestad. The lesson taken for the L.W.M.L. Rally book was entitled "For A Closer- Walk With God." It was reported that 5 boxes of clothing was sent to Cherokee. Delegates chosen for the Woman's Missionary League to be held at Okoboji Aug. 3rd. 4th, and 5th were Mrs William Hantelman and Mrs Everett Dreyer. Alternates were 'Mrs Walter Jentz and Mrs Harold Eimers. Mr and Mrs Walt Peril and Ginger were Memorial Day guests in the Harold Smith nome at Plainfield. The Fairville Ladies Aid me) Thursday afternoon with hostesses, Mrs Ed Priebc and Mrs Hildreth Pettit. Mrs Peters was a guest. Thursday evening dinner guests in the Wilfred Stoeber home were Mr and Mrs Oliver Stoeber and Susan of Laurel, Mr and Mrs Raymond Stoeber, Mi and Mrs Marion Stucki and Dennis and Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki and Julie. The occasion was in honor of Julie's first, birthday. Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigl and James Richard were Wednesday evening supper guests in tht Wilfred Stoeber home. Margo Rusch accompanied Mr and Mrs Frank McFall to Cedar Rapids where they visited the Herbert Wieske family over the Memorial weekend. Loren Krause left Monday for Minneapolis where he will attend Gale Institute. The Lawrence Ruhnke family of- Liverraore were Memorial Day guests in the Martin Ohm home. Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel Gary and Patty have returned home after visiting a week with Captain L. A. Watland and family in Virginia. Mr and Mrs George Nibert and Joan of Davenport were Memorial weekend guests in the Fred Mortenson home. Friday evening guests in the Clifford Douglas home were William Voigt, Lois and Peggy, Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family, and Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys. The occasion was in honor of Clifford's birthday. Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwarti spent, last weekend in Ames in the homes of their sons, James and Bob and families. They also attended the graduation exercises at Iowa State University Saturday, May 28, at which time their son, James W. received his master of science degree in history. Enroute home on Monday, Mr and Mrs Schwartz visited their son, Karl and his wife at-RockwelfCitjC. Mr and Mrs Ronald Bier of Seville, Spain, are the parents of a daughter born May 27. She weighed 6 Ibs and 11 oz. and has been named Vickie Lynn. Mr and Mrs Sylvester Hainzinger of Fenton are the maternal grandparents. Mr Bier is stationed with the U.S. Air Force in Spain. Going Traveling? . . . ROAD MAPS - CREDIT CARDS - TRAVEL ROUTES - CAR GAMES FOR KIDS AND A NEW FREE COPY IOWA TRAVEL GUIDE Just Another Courtesy Of HANSEN'S STANDARD SERVIC1 On Highway 44 In Fenton FHA APPROVED •QUALITY. APPEARANCE • EASY TQ • NO PAINTING OR MAIWNANCi PROILEMS No other home improvement adds so much... yet costs w li{"The fitaple, yet attractive den'gn.of these awiiingi wfll •dd gnptlv to the appearance of your home, '.' They will give you the added decotatjve tpydi, whifh teamed t^ith their practfea} protective value, ofers voi» the roost feasible home improvement invcstaeot you pan possibly jnakc. Vi«|t ut tomorrow «nJ we these smvt JooVing awnlngt ••<'*•!. THf Bf»r MICES QN Miiati«n \f/infJow* mid NSEH SALES CD. ' ' " ' ' '..-.'.... ... . ' ,'......- RNTON, IOWA La Vonne Cody Weds In Depew Church Ceremony ccption for 200 guests. Mrs Rota c r t Farrington, Minneapolis, listed the guests. The gifts were displayed by Mrs Linda Loomls,' Sioux Falls; Miss Myra Johnson. Belgrade, Minn., and Miss Norma Jean Larson, Ringsted, Iowa. Mrs Don Hefty* Mankato, Minn., and Mrs Robert Smith, Cylinder, were at the silver services. Mrs Klnier Ronda, Cylinder, and Mrs Norman Larson. Ringsted, served cake. Mrs Bonnie Eidsness served punch. Mrs Nelson attended Concordia College, Moorhead, Minn., where she was a member of Alpha Kappa Chi Society. She is employed as a doc-tar's receptionist at the Sioux Falls clinic. The bridegroom is attending .August- ana College. He is affiliated with Zola Chi Omega and Blue Key Honor Fraternity. The couple left Tueseay on E. two-month tour of Europe, visiting Norway, Denmark, and Germany. Nelson is a member of the Augustana College Choir which will be touring. Mr and Mrs Nelson will make their home in Sioux Falls. (UDM Engraving) ., To Have Guest Day June 10 Seneca — The Blakjer Woman's Missionary Federation will hold a guest day June 10. Guest speaker for the day will be Mrs Henry Sleenhard of Lakota, who will speak on mental health. There will also be musical numbers presented by the guest W.M.F. groups. A tea will follow. Mr and Mrs Laurence Johnn- nesen arid Larry attended commencement at Luther college Dccorah, Sunday. Their daughter, KatM-yn, received her decree in elementary education. She has accepted a position as elementary teacher in the Lake Owasso school. St. Paul and will begin her duties this fall. Coming Events June 7 — Tuesday, Fenton Woman's Club. June 9, Thursday — Deorw Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club; PHONE CY 4-3535 - YOUR NEWSPAPER Dorothy Circle. Auxiliary. June 10 — Friday, Legion uoM Classifieds Paf Dividend! BUILDING? REMODELING? REPAIRING? * " No Mailer What It Is, This Yard Can Help. Estimates Without Obligation, PAINT - CUILD1NG MATERIALS & SUPPLIES MARTIN & BILL HANTELMAN FENTON LUMBER CO Phone 8 — Fenton, Iowa La Vinnia Sorenson left Tuesday for San Francisco after visiting a month, with her parents, Mr and Mrs Oscar Sorenson ami other relatives in this area. Carl Mortenson was a supper guest! Friday evening in the Fred Mortenson home. Carl has been staying at the Miller Rest Home in Emifietsburg. Mr arid Mrs Swede Kalvig of Kanawha have moved in Des Moines. Mrs B. G. Berkland has spent this past week with them in Des Moines. The Kal- vigs brought Mrs Berkland home Saturday and spent the week,end here. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson and Mrs Henry Wilberg spent Sunday with friends and relatives in Humboldt and Goldfield. They were dinner guests jn the Lawrence Mansager home. i Louie Weisbrod entered the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville, Wednesday, and was transferred to Ft. Dodge Friday where he is a patient at the Mercy hospital. » Mrs Lewis Egemo was taken to the Holy Family hospital early Saturday morning. Mrs Egemo sustained injuries from a fall at her home Thursday. Mr and Mrs Dale Mitchell ars the parents of a baby boy born Saturday, June 4 at Sarles. North Dakota. Mr and Mrs Moris Mitchell of Fenton are thu- paternal grandparents. Fenton firemen answered a call to the Jorgenson Lockci Plant Friday at 11:45. The fire- was confined to a pile of lumber outside the building. It is believed that a spark from a near- oy incinerator ignited the lumber. Mr and Mrs James Hypse and son Donald moved to Spencer Friday. Mr Hypse will be teaching in the, Spencer high school Mr and Mrs Martin Ohm and Dennis and Mr and Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer and Dennis attend* ed the high school graduation exercises for Donald Knudson at Truman, Minn., Wednesday night. The U-Deal-Em Bridge Club met. with. Mrs, Alvin Zumach Wednesday evening. Mrs Ed Priebe and Jessie Newel substituted. Mrs Clayton Ditsworth won high prize, Mrs Larry Alt 2nd high; and Mrs -Marvin Priebe won low. Mr .and- Mrs. A.rt Geitzenauer Shirley and Rosemary of Lincoln, Neb. spent from Friday tc Tuesday in the'JoKn Geitzenauei home. . •'•'•.-..'... Sunday dinner guests in the Delbert Geitzenauer home wen Mr and Mrs 1 Art'Geitzonauer anr' girls of. Lincoln, Mr and Mrs. John Geitzenaiier, Milton Gelt* zcnauer and Mr and Mrs E.C' Goorge and family of -Esther ville. Sunday evening callers were Mr and, JVlrs Lawrence Geitzenauer and family of-Lone,Rock and M,r, and Mrs Nprmap Finnestad and Craig. Pam Wqipbrpd. arrived S^tur? day to spend' her summer vaca* tion with her parents, Mr aqd, Mrs Dale Weisbrod. Pam is . a student at Mornjngside College Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and Mr and Mrs Chalmer Bonnick- scn, ''the latter. <qf Riiigsted, left Sunday* f«r a week's fishing trip at Black Duck, Minn. -, : ...... Fenton — Miss La Vonne Cody and Paul Nelson were united in marriage Saturday night at St. John's Lutheran Church 1 ' in Depew, Iowa. The bride is the daughter of Mrs Amer Cody and the late Amer Cody, Fenton, and the bridegroom's parents are Rev. and Mrs A. P. Nelson, Beresford, So. Dak. Rev. Oliver E. Johnson and the bridegroom's father officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Gerald Cody. She was attired in ,a gown of pure silk organza over satiix; with" imported Alencon lace trim. The bodice featured a sa- brina neckline and the skirt fell into a chapel train. A fingertip veil of imported illusion was secured to a hola of sequin rosettes and pearl stems. The bride carried pink and white roses and steohanotis centered by an orchid. Mrs David Gunderson was matron of "honor with Mrs Laurence Mueller and Mrs Harvey Nelson, bridesmatrons, all sisters of the bride. Noreen Quam of Cylinder, la. was the flower girl and dropped rose petals down the' aisle. 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