The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1960 · Page 10
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October 11, 1960 ifenf #n Publtthed ly tli* Upper DM Molnet Publishing C*., Algona, Iowa MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON Newt Etiitor 4-Algona (la.) Upper Dot Moinet Tuesday, Oct.il, 1960 Gerald Geitzenauer Takes Bride In Oct. 1 Nuptials Fen-ton — Marjorie Frances Osier and Gerald GeiUenauer were married Saturday October 1st at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Greene, la. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Osier, Greene and the gloom's parents are Mr and Mrs Delbert Gcil- zenauer of Fentuu. The double-ring ceremony was performed at !) a.m. by the Rev P. J. Boyle. The Sacred Heart Academy choir sr.ng. Attendants to the couple were tht bride's sister, Mrs Dean Groshens and the groom's cousin, Paul Geitzenauer of Lone Rock. About 70 guests attended the reception at the VFW hall, after the ceremony. Following a wedding try* to the Wisconsin Dells, the couple is at home at Greene Iowa. Keiu! Cowpoci! power blade 1 saw r Your choice" of 2 model* priced from 13950 includinf blidt. Now anyone can do 1,001 cutting jobs so easily! WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON (41-44) The bride, a graduate of Sac-red Heart academy, will work at Clark Rest Home, nnd the groom a Fenton high school graduate is emplayed at a service station there. Honor Miss Peril Miss Bonnie Pert! was honored at a miscellaneous shuwei Saturday evening at the Cylinder Hall. Hostesses for the occasion were Mcsdames. Willian Gowans, John Gowans, Henry Gowans, Lyie Thompson. Ear! Lufkin, Norman Finnestad and Arnos Finnestad. Visitors From Illinois Dr. and Mrs Robert Volteler, Kathy and Lisa of Illinois are visiting for two weeks in the parental Ernest Volteler home and with other relatives in this area. Fairville Aid Met The Fairville Ladies Aid Society met Thursday afternoon with hostesses Mrs Carl Beck and Mrs David Bcrkland. The Lutheran Womans Missionary League lesson was presented by Rev. Weiss of West Bend. Mrs Lloyd Berkland was in charge of devotions. Guests of the Society were Mrs Weiss of West Bend and Mrs Roger Long of Lone Rock. Area friends honored Mr and Mrs Walter Schmidt of Austin. Minn, at a social gathering 'Saturday evening, October 1st at the Fenton Community Center in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. Mrs Ivan Jones of San Diego, Calif, and Mrs Roy Drager of Fairmont were Wednesday and Thursday guests in the Ray Stoeber home. Mrs. Jones is visitinp her sister Mrs Drager and other relatives in Minnesota. She will also visit in Wisconsin and on the East Coast before returning to Calif. Steakmaker L This is tlio highest protein cattle feed produced by FELCO. It is designed to produce prime or top choice beef. It's all feed yet, no fillers, it's competitively priced. This 41% cattle supplement, contains the maximum levels of all important ingredients. It contains Stilbesterol at the top level of 10 milligrams per ,pound. FELCO STEAKMAKER is the feed to use to produce top quality beef* " FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Fenton, Iowa FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHl EQUIPMENT Bui. Phone 9 RM. Phon* 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE Nr Building - Remodeling PHQMf 135 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fenton! LLOYD M. BEWOAND 'licenced Real Estate Broker and, farm And Auction Service JoAnn Sunde RN at the Luth< i-;in Hnspih.i in Siiuix Cil> -;pcnt- the wr.ekMid in the parental Lln> d •Snnili.- home. Wednesday & Wednesday night f.iR'-'ls in 1 hf Klnyd PUIKMI: home wi'fi 1 Mr ,md Mrs Kail K''s- sUT of Wilhuai. Minn. Mr lU/sslcr and Floyd wen 1 classmates at Snarpsviliir, Indir.na High School years ago. Mr cii.ci Mrs Jim Holis fron; LcClair. Iowa w.Ti' dinner uin/sb of Mi "and Mrs iialph Wri^biod ant! Mrs Blanche Huskaivip Tuesday noon. Dr. and'Mrs Vincent Votteler and Vicki of L;ii--ens wen- Turs- day evening dinner j'.ue.Us in UK. Ei nest Voileler home. Mr and Mrs Elhon Miller and daughter of 1'ienv. Snulh Dakota visited Thursday afternoon with the Cari and K,l 1'rubes. The Priebes and Millers brcaim acquainted while spending UK Winter months in r lorida. Recenl callers of Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod we re Mrs Stanley Kurt/, of Seat Ik 1 . Wash, ami Mrs Weldon Giles of Emmcts- burg. Mr and Mrs'John Ligh.t have gone to Fairmont where they will be staying for indefinite length of time- with their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sleine. Mr and Mrs Art Voigt have spent the past three weeks at the Arlo Voigt home at Grove City, Minn. Arlo Voigt is now home, after being- Tiospithlized for some time. Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber, accompanied by Mrs Elsie Reed of Algona drove to Des Moines for the Thursday evening showing of 'The Music Man'. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson visited with relatives at Es therville Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Avery Johnson and daughter JoAnn and Sharon Heinz of Ayrshire and Mrs Leah Matthiesen of Curlew were Wednesday evening c.tnner guests in the Homar Matthiesen home. Tommy Lee Eckhart of Humboldt spent from Friday to Sunday with his grandparents Mr and Mrs Rolfe Miller. Mr and Mrs Fred Eckha;: spent Sunday in the Miller home. Mr and Mrs Rolfe Miller left Monday i'or a week's trip to the Ozark Mountains and other points of interest in the south. Fenton WSCS To Hold Big Turkey Supper, Nov. 2 Fenion — The Womans Society of Christian Service met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs Fred Mortcnson led in devotions and Mrs Clarence Yager presented the lesson 'Living Kch- oes'. She was assisted by Mes- clamcs Jack Gerharl, Roy Chris- chilles, Ed Reimers- arid Wendell Rusch. The Society is making plans for its turkey supper to be held Wednesday Nov. 2nd at the church parlors. World Day of Prayer will be observed in the Church Chapel on Wednesday October 26lh. Hostesses for the October meeting were Mrs LeVon Steinberger, Mrs Merle Voigt and Mrs Rex Swanson. Lone Rock Man Weds Ringsted Youth Enlists In Navy Ringsted — Erik Rasmusscn, 17. loft last week for the navy at San Diego, Calif, where he enlisted. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Thorvald Rasmusscn and a 1960 graduate of the Ringsted High School. His brother, Arne was home the past two weeks : on leave from the navy in Calif, and returned there Saturday I (8th). Gary Culbertson son of ! Mr and Mrs Merle Culbertson also was home on leave from the j navy at Sun Diego. j Le Roy Jacobscn, son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Jaeobsen leaves Monday for the army. He was drafted by the Emmet Count}* draft board. Mr End Mrs Merrill Marlow, who were wed Sepi. 17 in Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic church at Fonda, are shown in the above photo. The new Mrs Marlow is the former Judy Staiert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Elmer Staiert, Fonda, and Mr Marlow is a son 01 Mr and Mrs Mervvm Marlow of Lone Rock. The bride is a graduate of O.L.G.C. high school at Fonda and Mr Marlow attended Lone Rock high school. The newlyweds are residing at Omaha, Nebr. A complete wedding story appeared in the Oct. 4 issue of the UDM.- (UDM Engraving). New Officers Of Seneca Stars Installed Seneca — Seneca Stars 4-H Club installed new officers when they met recently at the Seneca School. Barbara England acted as installing officer and installed Alyce Peiersen as president; Bonnie Crouch as ^ice-president; Andrea Stefanski as secretary; Jill Jensen as .treasurer; Jolleen Mueller, historian; C a n d a c e Vaud't, reporter; and Cheryl Jensen, photographer. The president appointed the following committees: Music, Jill Jensen; program, Jolleen Mueller and Audry Bergum; Food, Candace Vaudt; Corsage, Bonnie Crouch;' Invitation, Cheryl Jensen and Roxarmc SietansKi; and gift, Andrea and Frandne Stef- Bridal Shower Held Wednesday Fenton — Mrs Gerald Gcilzen auer was honored at a miscellaneous shower Wednesday evening at St. John's Lutheran church parlors. Judy Geitzenauei registered the guests. Mrs Alic Parker was in charge of the program which included reading.^ by Mrs Norman Finnestad, Mi> Norman Bollinger and Kae Gcit- y.cnau*r. A solo by Jimmy Uc-n- zeriauer and a duel by Judy ant: Bonnie Geitzenauc'r. Mrs Parker Judy and Bonnie Geiiienaucr as- misled in opening the gifts. Hos- li'sses for the occasion were Mesdames Alice Pari;er. Robert Kit-! ner, Lester Geng. Ed George, Er-1 vin Gremmels, Don Hain/inger. Amos Finnestad, Rudy Hannover. Edwin Wichtendahl. Lorenx Geitzenauer. Eldon Hanielman. John Fuhr, Ray Priebe, Don Priebe, Kenneth Bollinger, Wayne Bollinger. Norman Bollinger. Fred Mortensen, Martin Ohm and Norman Finnestad. New Fairville Pastor Fenton — The Rev. Robert Eckelman of Dows City has accepted a call to St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Fairville, Rev. Eekehnan has served the Dows City congregation for the past two years, following his graduation from Concordia Seminary at St. Louis. Mi.-,vjitri. Has Appendectomy Fenton — Kandall. son of Mr and Mrs Robert Huskamp. underwent surgery this past week lor an appendectomy u.t tba iioly Family llut.pit.jl, Ealhervillc. Mrs Elmer Hannisch, retiring leader, was presemed with a gift of appreciation. Mothers and guests present, i'n-. eluded Mrs Tea • Jensen. Mrs Russel Jensen, Mrs Andrew Stefanski, Mrs Roy Mueller, Mrs Calvin Vaucll, Mrs Art Bergum; also Mrs Elmer Hannisch and Mrs Henry Looft. The leaders are Mrs Alfred Pe- tei.sen and Mrs Earl Uroucn. Tilda Johannesen of Fairmont visited with the Henry Looftt and the Martin Wilbergs Wed- ne.-day afternoon. Mr and Mrs Robert Tire-void and family of Terril were Sunday afternoon guests at 'trie Charles Beaver home. The Walter Triggs of Dolliver spent Sunday evening with tJiem. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft attended a birthday dinner 'at the Gerrit DeWaard home near Titonka Saturday evening honoring their mother Mrs Bertha Pom- iner of Algona. Other guests included Mr and Mrs James Harper of Wesley, also Mr and Mrs Fred Looft and Mr and Mrs Bernard Looft of Swea City. Mrs , Kenneth Thompson is spending the week with her mother Mrs Carl Hauge at Forest City. Mrs Hauge is recuperating from a stroke.. Mr and Mrs Robert Mayborn, Albion, Neb., were honored Saturday evening at a miscellaneous shower ut the Presbyterian church at Ringsted. Mrs Mayborn is the former Nadjne Duel*. daughter of Mr and Mrs Hans Duer. Hostesses included Mrs Paul Hassel, Mrs Leonard Duer, Mrs Oscar Behreiids, Mrs Clifford Nelson, Mis Harvey Nelson, and Mrs Martha Nelson. Mr and Mrs Viruil Gardner find Chuckle were Sunday dinner guests of the Charles Beavers. Tlie Si-neca Thursday club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Alfred Petcrsen, Mrs Glen Cage had charge of the enter tuiuinuil. Club uf.lkt.ib arc: jj.it sident, Mrs Alfred Petersen; vice-president, Mrs Cecil Langerman; secretary and treasurer, vlrs Delmar Fischer. Mr and Mrs Pete Helmers and son Tony of Des Moines spent the weekend at the paternal Everett Williams. On Friday the Hohners went to Rockford where they attended the funeral of Mr Helmers' grandfather, Pete Helmers. The Don Whites of Des Moines joined them Friday evening and on Saturday helped litlle Tony Helmers celebrate his first birthday anniversary. Mrs Martin Wilberg, Mrs Henry Wilberg & Mrs Henry Looft attended the first conference meeting of the Emmctsburg Conference of the American Lutheran church Women-held Saturday at the St. Pauls Lutheran Church at Lakota. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thompson and Miss Louise Charlston attended the Waterloo Cattle Congress Saturday. Kenneth Thompson served on the jury at Algona this past week. Mr and Mrs Alfred Peterson Mr and Mrs C. O. Dailey, Mr and Mrs Ted Jensen and Mr and Mrs Russel Kauffman attended the 25th wedding anniversary of the Melvin Stakkes held at the First Baptist church at Forest Cil\ Sunday afternoon. Tractor Blade Ditches A Car Ringsled — Judy Christcnscj; 21 of Ringsted escaped wHhoui injury Monday evening at U:45 when the car she was driving, a 1900 Chevrolet, struck the rear of a tractor and rolled into the ditch 10 miles northwest of Ringsted. Miss Christensen was returning from Holy Family Hospital at Ebthcrville where sue had visited her brother, Keith, aged 12, who hau recent surgery for appendectomy. A tractor being driven by Mrs. J. P. Christenseri, 59, of rural Eslherville was turning right into a farm lane of her son's, Donald when Miss Chrislensen's'. car struck the blade that was mounted on the back of the tractor. causing her car to make an uxaci turn around in the road and turn over on its top in the ditch. $1000 damage was estimated on the car and $75 to the blade on the 'tractor. The Christensen's are not related. Coming Events Thursday, Oct. 13 — Dcpew Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club, Friday, Oct. 14 — Legion Auxiliary. Monday, Oct. 17 — Fcnton Community Club. Tuesday, Oct. 18 — Town and Country Womans Club. Wednesday, Oct. 19 — Nellie Circle. Lindsev Sells Home Henry Lindsey has sold his residence in Fenton to Dunne Widdell owner of the B & W Chevrolet. Mr Lindsey is expecting to have a household goods s^ale in the near future and intends to move eventually to live where he can he near his children. Plan Remodeling Fenion — The Fenton tow> council granted two building permits; one to M. C. Hantelman, who plans to remodel the 1 building housing Lael's beauty shop, and one to Ervin Klatt to build a double garage on his property A beer permit was issued to grocery store. INJURED Charles Schoon of Rolfe was injured seriously recently when a freight train hit a car he was trying to push off the tracks. The car had stalled on the tracks as the freight train approached. FIFTY Charles Smith, veteran Morning Sun business man, turned a significant milestone recently when he marked his fiftieth year in the restaurant business in that community. 36-Week School In Air Force THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funeials May Be Referred To Us With Confidence 'hone FENTON 23 IINGSTED 21001 2109* 1921* Wedding Licenses Wedding licenses were issued to three couples by County Glcrk Alma Pearson this week. They went to: Sept. 29 — Donald Einiers, Hurt, and Norma Norland, Titonka. Sept. 30 — Delano Grimm, Algona, and Mary Ann Berte, liode. Oct. 3 — Wallace Hill and Maxine Sweet, Algona. Valeric Holding of Burl spent Tuesday night with Janet Becker to help Janet 'celebrate her ninth birthday The children played ball and Jnnct had the misfortune of getting a bad cut above her left eye and had to be taken to the hospital whore.' several stitches were needed to close the cut. STORAGF CABINETS, metal, af. Upper Ues Mointfs. Fenion — Frank Cannon, son of Mr nnd Mrs Dean Cannon is attending a Technical school for 30 weeks, taking a special course in Radio Relay Microwaves. Frank received his promotion from A.B. to A/3c the first of this month. His new address is A/3c Frank E. Cannon AF 17569647, CMR2 Box 8208 Squadron 3392, Kessler AFB, Miss. (UDM Engraving) CALL US AND NEW LOVELINESS! • Permanents • Hair Color •. Hair Stylin* • Damaged Hail • Hair Trims Treatments Laels Beauty Shop Phone 99. Fenion, Iowa jtf^aattaBSffC8MX8amaaa<a^^ A,, '•'•WIPIP*^' . CURVE. bleep on a SEALY Posturpedic "Dangerous curve" from a too- loft mattress can cause painful "morning backache."- Sleep on a button-free Posturepedic Mattreis 1 ... designed in cooperation with leading orthopedic surgeons. Extra Length — 39" wide (twin) or 34" x 81'/i long. Also extra width. FOAM RUBBER, full or twin sixes. PETERSEN FURNITURE Fenton, Iowa SERVICES YOUR GUIDEPOST TO ALL MONEY MATTERS 11111 You can 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 NOTICE1 i Effective Oct. 14, The Undersigned Stores In Fenten, During Fall & Winter Months OPEN ON SATURDAY NIGHTS ONLY PRIEBE'S STORE BAILEY'S STORE

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