The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1960 · Page 17
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December 6, 1960 MM Henry Tl«m«n, who has boon hospitalized at St. Ann's Hospitnl in Algona has boon dismissed from (he- hospital nnd is now being cared for at tho Good Samaritan Rest Homo in Algonn. Mr and Mrs Elwln Schlei and family attended tho wedding and reception Sunday of Mrs Schlei's sister Janico Slrueckor to Wil- linm Peterson in the Lutheran Church at Fort Dodge. £cnton Ikpor f er Published By The Upper DM MoirtM Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa MRS. ARDETH HALVEKSON New* Editor Thompson-Kauffman Vows oken, Nov. 25, AtElmore Last Minute Money Savers 7-Pc. HAIRCUT SET $5.69 WitfCVW pfOcflCOIIjf for tit Inctudu «ltctrk tlippert, 7* barbvr thcart, 7H* comb, 2 altacl* •wnt comb* Mad* guard, e I* 360.Tift.loii0--20.tn. Wife GIFT WRAPPING 77* Ref. $2.49 NOT BOWL SET tar party nuli-<llilt walnut Reg. $16.95 THAT-TABLE SET .^.--Wrs $0.88 Cvbtmat party. 7 •Khides 4 TNryTablet and Stand Tfme fo Put Up the Tree Permanent—Fireproof 6-FT. CHRISTMAS TREE •I Sparkling Aluminum Reg. $Q.95 $11.9S T 5f fa*r to pal «p*w (tap beautiful M» •on after Moton. Hat 59 branchti, •niqu* trunk and tfnMl Qmnpltlt wWl STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON, IOWA b^«M|ife«*B^tt^^ ing on rond construction. Following a short wedding trip to-the cities the young couple will leave for Newport Beach, California, where they plfm to make their home. Atiend Wedding Senerans attending the wedding "I Gail Kauffman and Cynthia Thompson Nov. 25 al 'Elmore, Minn., were Mr and Mrs Cassii Klocko. Mr nnd Mrs Herman Ganel and Sandra. Mrs Elmer Hannisch. Mr and Mrs Lewis Breey. M, and Mrs Martin Wilberg, .leiry and Lois. Bob Butter- fit Id. Mr and Mrs Gordon Garrison. Mr and Mrs Carl Nielsen and Donald, Mr and Mrs Olaf Oftedahl. Mr and Mrs Clarence Osboin. Mrs Fred Johannesen and Carol and Mrs Henry Lool't. Seneca — In a beautiful candlelight ceremony performed Friday evening, Nov. 25, at the Shiloh Lutheran Church at Elmore, Minn. Cynthia Ann Thompson, daughter of the Earl H. Thompsons, Lakola, and Russel Gail Kauffman, son of the Russel Kauffmans, Swea City were united in marriage. The ceremony was performed by Rev. LIFE-SIZE CHRISTMAS FIGURES M ] for FIR PLYWOOD ^^ L-COiO^ •AMI PATTWNS A'J&^'i ••• Here's a bright new way to tay "Merry Christmas." All 'you do is paste on fir plywoqd, cut out and erect. It'* easy, fun, too. PATTERNS 50c TO $1 BUT FREE WITH Purchase Of Plywood FENTON LUMBER CO. Conrad Walker. Miss Nancy Fischer provided the nuptial music and accompanied the soloist Margaret Nielsen. Janice Thompson, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Donna Hertzkc, Lakota, friend of the bride; Mrs LeRoy Richardson, Ledyard, sister of the bride; and Mrs Roger Osborn, Fenton, sister of the .groom. Robert Crouch, friend of the groom served as best man. Other attendants were Le Roy Richardson Ledyard, Larry Swensen, Radcliff, and Roger Ostjorn, Fenton. Serving as ushers were Ronald Johanncsen, Lone Rock, Roger Menz, Fenton, Robert Hannisch, Bancroft, all friends of the groom and Michael Campbell of Lakota. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony for approximately 175 guests. Mr and Mrs Ted Wiese served as dining room hosts, Mrs Genese Hampton had charge of registering guests. Mrs Larry Swensen and Mrs Robert Ruby presided at the silver service. The wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs tflaude Hanson and Mrs Robert Stenzel. Waitresses were Velma Meyer, liana Boeckelmann, Karen Darnell, Margie Thompson, Marilyn Jo- hannescn and Rose Ann Thomp.- son. The gifts were opened and displayed by Marlene Sachs, Marce Erdahl, Betty King, Sandie Fancher and Donna Lande. The bride is a graduate of the Lakota High School and has been employed at Ray's Radio Service at Lakota. The groom is a graduate of Seneca High School and attended Waldorf Junior college. This past year he has been work- A \vedcling of interest to Sene- cans \vas snlmem/ed Thanksgiv- ing'at St. Johns Vinnney Catholic church at Fairmont, when Lorraine Keut/ol and Raymond Sxuherski were united in marriage. Attendants to the brido< were her sister, Darlene, Mrs John Goche. Bancroft, and Miss Charlene Gangs tod, Armstrong, bridesmaid. The couple will farm in East Chain township. The bride was raised in Ihe Seneca area, and graduated from Seneca High School. She is employed al the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing. Mr and Mrs Marvin Wilberg and family of Ksthorville were Sunday dinner quests ul tr ,e. Marlin Wilbergs. Mr and Mrs Cecil Baldwin spent Thanksgiving weekend at Des Moines visiting with their son and wife, the Ur. Don Baldwins, also the A. N. Storms. They also visited with Hans Nielsen and Carl Mortensen at the Veterans Hospital. Mr and Mrs Charles Beavers and Kenneth speni Thanksgiving weekend visiting nis sister, Mrs Erma Dean, at Bertha, Minn. The Earl Grouch family has moved to Waterloo where both Mr and Mrs Croium arc employed. Mr Crouch is working in the John Deere plant and Mrs Crouch at the Black Dept. Store. Mr and Mrs Sig Loge, former Seneca residents now living at Donnely, Minn., visiled wilh friends in the Seneca area during the Thanksgiving holidays. Tuesdoy, Dec. 6, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-3 FENTON Mr and Mrs Virgil Borchardt are the parents of a daughter born Sunday Nov. 27th at the" Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. She weighed 7 Ib. 7 oz. and has been named Valerie Rose, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Hainzinger and Mr and Mrs Otto Borchardt are the grandparents. Susan Hantelman, student nurse at Abbott Hospital, Minneapolis, spent the Thanksgiving Day weekend in the parental William Hantelman home. Mr and Mrs Dave Newell ana children of Mason spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs L. J. Weisbrod. Thanksgiving Day guests in the Edwin home were Paul Cornelius, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cornelius and boys of Graettinger, Mr and Mrs Ali'ord McNamar and girls of Ringsted and Mr and Mrs Duane Cornelius a nd Sherd of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs George O. Jorgenson, Mrs G. M. Jorgenson and Donald Jorgenson the latter of Algona, attended the funeral of Tommy Ostrom at Glenwood, Minn, last Wednesday. The de- was a nephew of Mrs G. W. Jorgenson. Mr and Mrs James Meyer are parents of a son bom Monday, Nov. 28 at the Holy Family Hospital. He weighed 7 Ihs. 'l3 oz. nnd has bt.'on named Daniel James. Mr and Mrs Fred Meyer of Algona and Mr and Mrs Ernil Bierstedt of Fenton are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Darrell Stusse of Sioux City spent me weekend in the parental William timers home. THfe Fairville Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon for their annual Christmas program. Hostesses were Mrs Arnold Hantel- rnan, Mrs Dan Bleckwenn, Mrs Lena Bleckwenn eind Mrs Gilbert Bleckwenn. Mrs Harlan Eimers was in charge of the program. A large number of relatives were guests in tho Fred Fesseler home last Sunday. The occasion was in honor of Fred's 83 birthday anniversary. Saturday dinner guests in the Marold Schlei home were Mr and Mrs Maurice Bilsborough and family and Mrs Edward Zwiefel of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Clarence Menz and family of Fenlon, Mrs Rose Hefty of Remviek and Mrs Anna Krause of LuVerne. Thanksgiving day dinner guests in the Elwin Schlei home were Mr and Mrs Edwin Josten and Marcille of Klcmmc, Mr and Mrs Marold Schlei and Steven and Mr and Mrs fidw. Schlei. Thanksgiving day guests of Mr and Mrs William DeWall were Mr and Mrs Ervin Ruhnke and family, Mr and Mrs Melvin Berkland family, Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt and family and Mr and Mrs Paul Zumach and family. Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler and Judy and Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruskc and Lynn dined together at the Smorgasoord at Hand Park on Thanksgiving day. Elaine Schlei was a recent overnight guest of Joan Strucck- er in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Stanley Jensen and girls of Ringsted were Sunday evening visitors in the Kenneth Halvcrson home. Recent visitors in the Allan Bollinger home were Mr and Mrs Ed Schlei, Mr and Mrs Gerald McClintock and Delia Ruth Cornelius of Littleton, Colorado, Mrs Richard Birkbcck, the former Marlene Weisbrod of Minneapolis. Minn, and Maynard Weisbrod of Britt. Sunday dinner guests in the Ed Bruhn home were Mr find Mrs Hilbert Hanlelman. Mr and Mrs John Hanlelman and baby and Paul Hanlelman all of Mari- kato, Minn. Evening guests wi'ie Mr nnd Mrs Gerharl. Hantelman, Mr and Mrs \ierle Voip! ;md family, Mr and Mrs Rnrnelti' Heine and Robin ;ind Mr ;md Mrs Martin Hantelman. LEMON Mr nnd Mrs Don Smith, of Knoxville, have a lemon tree producing fruit. It should be- menlioned Unit the tree is of a miniature variety and is situated in the Smith living loom. 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