The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1960 · Page 4
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August 23, 1960 By Th» Upper D*« MoifMM Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON Newi Editor 4~-Aigon«i (to.) Upper DM Melnet Tuesday, Aug. 23, 1960 Kathryn Alt, Fentdn, Bride Of Stan Berkland, Aug. 21 Fenioft — in a oeautiful wed- bride of Stanley Berkland. The ding ceremony solemnized Sunday, August 21, at 7:30 in St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton, Kathryn Alt became the bride is the daughter of Mr am.. Mrs Lawrence Alt of Fenton am! the bridegroom the son of Mi and Mrs Ernest Berkland ol NOW from Your STANDARD OIL TANK MAN ...... INSURANCE PROTECTION On Your Budget Plan Payments AT NO COST TO YOU! Standard Oil Issues You An Insurance Policy FREE so that your budget plan payments are INSURED in case of (1) Accident (2) Sickness (3) Death. YOU GET STANDARD QUALITY AND A BUILT-IN "PEACE OF MIND" SEE JIM MEYER Your Standard Oil Man FENTON - PHONE 44 LONE ROCK - WA 5-3015 SERVICES YOUR GUIDEPOST TO ALL MONEY MATTERS You con feel confident that your interests, will be carefully considered and all your financial matters will be given prompt and expert attention. FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK Fenton and Armstrong Cylinder. Rev. W. FT. Fnodrk-h performed the double r;ng ceremony. Nuptial music was played by Loren Krause. Soloist, Dunne Dreyer. sung 'O Perfect" 1 Love and 'The Lord's Prayer'. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a bt aut ifu 1 dress fashioned oi nylon tulle and c'lantclacc ovei a foundation of nylon net anc; taffeta. Tlit 1 bodice was styled o. nylon lulonet with .>-o:>e fl'fecv of ehantelaee over taffeta. Tin round neckline was outlined with ehauielace, sequins and pearls. The sleeves ended in points at the wrist. The floor length skirt was of nylon tulonet with insets of Chantelaee both front and baek. Her elbow length veil o! impoited English uncial illusion wus attached to a headpiece ol nylon tulle, sequins and pearls. The bride earned a white Bible adorned with pink roses and slephanotis. Mrs Ladell Olson of Minneapolis was matron of honor and Marilyn Alt, a sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Both attendant*, wore dresses of blue sheer nylon organza over taffeta and Rochelle lace, styled with sabnna neckline short sleeves and ballerina length skirts. Their headpiece was a bandeau of little blue flowers, pearls and nylon with a circular veil. They carried colonial bouquets of while carnations. Ivan Wiener was best man and groomsman was Stephen Beric- land. Herbert Krause and David Berkland were ushers. The men of the bridal party wore white coats and dark trousers. Following the wedding, a reception was held in the church parlors for 300 guests. The refreshment table was centered with a large four-tiered wedding cake, made by Mrs Russell Kauffman of Swea City. Karen Alt, Algona cousin of the bride, was in charge of the guest book. Mrs Herbert Krause and Mrs Bennie Berkland were dining room hostesses, ivirs David Berks- land presided at the punch bowl and'Mrs Robert ; Krause and Mrs Oscar (Berklahd presided at the coffee service. Mrs Mervin Jen'tz and Mrs Ivan, Gushing cut and served .the wedding cake. In charge of the gifts were Donnq Berkland of Minneapolis, Joanne Dreyer of Lone Rock and Janet Lampc of, Sk-v.x City. Waitresses were Nancy Sunde, Judy Juhl, Judy • Voigt, Beverly Berkland, Cheryl Berkland, Barbara Priebe, Jackie Priebe and Bonnie Peril. Kitchen hostesses were Mes-> dames Everett Dreyer. Fred Grienevt, Lloyd Kern, Rueben Luedtke, Frank Dreyer, Ray Priebe, Duella Cody, Duane Dreyer, Darrell Dreyer, Lesler Theesfield, Wayne Alderson, Helena Jcnlz, Walt Pert: and Olaf Norland. Both Ihe bride and the groom arc graduates of the Sentral High school. They will make their home in Fenton, where .the groom is employed with the Fe|., ton Co-op Elevator Co. Mr and Mrs Keith Giles and son Kendall of Minneapolis visited Saturday with Mrs Giles' sisr ler and family, the George O. Jorgensons. The Giles family is leaving soon for Washington, D.C., where Mr Giles will be employed as a meteorologist in the Balloon Research Dept. oi the U.S. Weather Bureau. " BETTER PRINTING for~less — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., i * ,f •• i BACK TO SCHOOL TIME! Visit Our New GIRLS and WOMEN'S Ready - to - Wear Dept. Downstairs * * * ALL NEW DRISSES AT SfN$IBlf MICIS ANP NO TWO ARI AUKi ,. . ITOP IN AND MOWS! AJIOUND AND BAILEYS ARE READY ! BOYS and GIRLS APPAREL New Fall Sweaters, Blouses, Skirts, Dresses, Jeans, Dungarees, Shirts, Etc. Joanne Sunde Is Nurse Grad BOY'S Reg. $4.20 Value NYLON JEANS $1.89 ONIY$1.59 WITH A$5 ORDER OF OTHER SCHOOL APPAREl Si*e* 4 thru 12 EY'S STORE IN FENTpN Fenlon — Miss Joanne Sunde, daughter 'of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Sunde of Fenton will graduate this Tuesday evening, August 23 from Lutheran sc» ool of Nursing at Sioux .City. Graduation exercises will be .held in the Municipal Auditorium at Sioux City. A member of the 1957 Sentral graduating class, Miss Sunde-will be employed ai the Lutheran Hospital in Sioux City. (See picture). Walker - Dreyer Nuptials Set For Sept. 3 Fenion — Marlene Janet Walker of Whittemore was honored at a pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower Saturday night in St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton. The bride-elect was introduced by her fiance, Roger Dreyer, son of Mr and Mrs Everett, Dreyer of rural Fenton. : Mrs Arlo Ranncy was in charge of a short program. It included piano duets, played by Kathryn and Mary Ellen'Ditsworth; short readings by Mrs Ranney; humorous vocal duet by Lee Dreyer and Bruce Gerhart; and a comic skit by Mrs Clayton Ditsworth and Mrs Ranney. Kay Dreyer, Kathryn and Mary* Ellen. Ditsworth received gilts from 135 guests. Judy Eigler was in charge of the guest booK. Helping the bride unwrap and display gifts were Ltoveda Kohlwes, Joanne Dreyer and the prospective bridegroom. Gift registrars were Nancy Sunde and Mary Alice Rossiter. The couple, will be married Sept. 3. Hostesses for tne shower were the Mesdames Lawrence Alt. Clarence Bierstedt, Norman Bol- lingcr, Clayton Ditsworth, Darrei, Duane, Frank, Ray and Will Dreyer,' Paul Eigler, Arnold and Eldon Hantclman, George Jenlz, Lloyd Kern, Arthur and Herbert Krause, Arlin Kohlwes, Rueben Luedlke, Edward Meyer, Mervin and Ray Priebe, Arlo Ranney, Lloyd Sunde, Jerry and John Waite, Clarence Wegener and Alvin Zumach. Honored At Lone Rock Miss Florence Weisbrod, former Fenton resident, was guest of honor Friday at a coffee party in the Lone Rock home of Mrs Arthur Priebe. Other guests were all from Fenton; Miss Agnes Goetsch, Miss Edith Laage, and the Mesdames E. C. Weisbrod,, E. R. I Schlei, J. A Scmvartz, Edward 1 'Meyer, W E. Laage, C. R. Ditsworth and Ben Luedtke. Miss Weisbrod has retired from teaching but will continue to live in Des Moines. Homnr Matlhcistii home. Mr and Mrs Joe Madden accompanied by Mrs James Mal- iory of LuVerne spent Wednesday with the Howard Boyers at Waukee, Iowa. The Boyers have recently moved from Des Moines to Waukee. Mr and Mrs Roland Reimann and family of Clarion, were Sunday dinner guests in ihe parental Hans Baago home. Mrs Elmer Kalvig and children of Des Moines visited in the B G. Berkeland home rrom Wednesday to Sunday. The Roben Berkeland family of St. Paul have also been visitors this past week in the Berkeland and Kal\i« homes. On Wednesday the group all gathered at Dension, Iowa, where they met Mr and Mrs Frank Franson and family of Lincoln, Neb. Also going to Dension were Mr and Mrs Herman Gade and Mrs Harold Gade ;md children. The Gades accompanied the Fransons to Lincoln and left from there on Thursday for their home in California. Mrs Gladys Smith was pleasantly surprised on Tuesday in honor, of her. birthday anniversary. Gathering in the George Murphy home to nelp her celebrate the occasion were Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne, Mr and Mrs Dick Stuud, Mr and Mrs Gerald Volgt, Mr and Mrs Eugene Huskamp, Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske, Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler, the Murphy family, Mrs Smith, Chan and Jim. Hostesses were Mrs Murphy, Mrs Ray Stoeber, Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Mrs Stucki. Mrs Smith and boys left Monday for their home in California after spending the past five weeks here. Fenton Youth To Wed Sept. 17 At Greene, Iowa Fenlon — Gerald Geitzenauer, son of Mr and Mrs Del Geit- zonauer of Fenton, is to marry a Greene, Iowa, girl there on Sept. 17. The bride-to-be is Mart jone Osier. Gerald.has been employed in a service station in Greene, where the young couple will make their home. Mrs Ella Nelson of Ringsted and her house guest Miss Susan Ries of Minneapolis were Monday evening dinner guests in the Joe Madden home. Mr and Mrs William Hanlelman and family spent from Fri. after- 1 noon to Sunday at Tama Iowa. They attended the annual Indian PowWow ceremonies at the Indian Reservation and visited other places of interest in that vicinity. Mrs Erving Davidson and children of Charles City are visiting for several days in the parental Morris Mitchell hcme. Mr and Mrs Harvey Henricksen and Roger and Margene were Thursday evening guests in the Franklin Mueller home. Mr and Mrs Selmar Dybdahl of Wallingford were Sunday dinner guests in the Joe Madden home. Roy Homarui was ajso a supper guest in the Madden home. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and girls of Lone Rock were Sunday alternoon visitors in the Franklin Mueller home. - v Mr and Mrs Avery Johnsoq and family of Ayrshire and Robert Johnson of Omaha were Ejuiidiiy dinner guests in the A group of friends and relatives enjoyed a lawn picnic recently at the Emil Bierstedt home, honoring the following who had been in the area on a visit: Mr and Mrs Herman Gade and Mrs Harold Berkland and children of Whittier, Cal., and Miss Justine Willmert, San Francisco. It was recently staled that Mr and Mrs-Clarence Bierstedt spent several days at the Lester Gade home. This should have read Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedt. 106 At Laabs Family Reunion Fenton — The Laabs family reunion was held last Sunday at Sylvania Park at Fairmont with 106 in attendance. This- was the first Laabs family reunion to be held and it was decided to make it an annua- event. Members atended from Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota and Iowa. „ Of the nine brothers and sisters in the Laabs family, four are now deceased but the other •Jive were present for the reunion. They are Mrs Chris Haase of Burt, Mrs Mary Jaskulke of Chicago, Robert of Mankato, Fred of St. Ansgar, Iowa, and Reinhold of Fenton. Among those from this vicinity in attendance were Mr and Mrs R. F. Laabs, Amanda Schutt, Mr and Mrs Wilfred i_,aabs and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Mortenson and family, Mr and Mrs Darryl Householder and Danny of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Dclond Bolte and family, Mr and Mrs Clifford Haase and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs. and family, Mr and Mrs Chris Haase and family of Burt. GLADIOLI Louis Ries of rural Armstrong has a hobby which is in "full bloom." He raises gladioli — over 8,000 of them, in plantings scattered so that some are always in bloom from July until the middle of September. Recent Seneca Bride Guest Of Honor, 15th Seneca — Janice Osborn Tennyson was honored at a postnuptial shower Monday evening, Aug. 15 at the Seneca Lutheran Church parlors. Her sister, Shirley, had charge of the guest book. Corsages of pink and white gladioli were presented to the bride, her mother, Mrs Lester Osborn, the groom's mother, Mrs Morgan Tennyson, Sr. of Fairmont, Minn.; the groom's sister. Karen, who served as maid of honor; her sister, Shirley, who registered the guests; and Mrti Lewis Breesc who presided at the- silver servio-. The program consisted of a vocal solo by Rennee Votteler; a reading by Lois Wilberg; a medley of songs oy Carol Hannisch; and a reading by Mrs Charles Osborn. The bride was assisted in opening her gifts by her sister-in- laws and her sister Shirley. Hostesses included Mrs Lewis Breese, Mrs, Alfred Peterson, Mrs C. O. BaileyrMrs Martin Wilberg. Mrs Earl Crouch, Mrs Fred Johannesen, Mrs Everett Witham, 'Mrs Carl Nielsen, Mrs Orville Miller, Mrs Virgil Jensen, Mrs Olaf Oftdahl, Mrs Rose Kraft of, Lone Rock,- Mrs Edna Mueller of Fenton, Mrs Calvin Vaudt, Mrs Fred Erickson of Algona, Mrs Charles Osborn, Mrs Charles Beaver, Mrs Lyle England, Mrs Henrietta Thompson, Mrs Larry Fox, Mrs Cecil Baldwin and Mrs Henry Looft. Mr and Mrs Tennyson were married August 5 at Immanuel Lutheran churcn at Fairmont. The bride and groom are both working at Fairmont but are making their home at Truman. Minn. The children of Charley Price honored him on nis 81st'birthday by gathering at the Armstrong park. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Arnold Cheever, Clarence and Alyce Petersen, Mr and Mrs Loyd Paris, Mr and Mrs Ray Ogle and family of Elmore, Minn., Mr and Mrs Harlan Kinnander and family, "Mr and Mrs John Kressin and Robert, Mr and Mrs Lyle England, and family and Laddie Hurlburt. Mr and Mrs Cecil Baldwin spent last weekend at DCS Moincs where they visited at the home of their son and wife, the Dr. Donald Baldwins, their niece and family the A. N. Storms, am; Hans Nielsen, who is a patient at the Veterans Hospital at Des Moines. spent Sunday evening with his mother, Mrs Carrie Jensen. FALLS George Gerol, 3, of Riverside received head .injuries recently when he fell from the automobile his mother was driving. The boy was climbing from the back seal to the front just as the car was traveling around a sharp curve. The door opened ami he fell out of the car. Cuts about the skull required 50 stitches. ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Omer T. Giesc of West Burlington recently celebrated their GOth wedding anniversary. Mr. Giese is 05 and his wife is 81. Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen UDM Classifipc!* Pay Dividend! 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