The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1960 · Page 10
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December 13, 1960 f»ubiftn«d By Th« Upptr 0«« Mc!n«t Publishing Co., Algono, Iowa MRS. AROETH HALVERSON Newt Editor 2-Algona (la.) Upper Dfis Moinei Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1960 Xffias Party By St. John's Aid Feriion — St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid met Dee. 7 for its annual Christmas party. There were 25 guests pre.-n-nt. The guests \vrie welcomed by the president. She also appoint- od the following committee to prepare gifts for lln % shut ins: Mrs Everett Ureyer. Mrs William Eimcrs, Mrs Ilatolrl Eimer.s, ;ind Mrs Amos Fmneslud. The following program was presented by the program chairman, Mrs Martin Ohm. The Christmas Story was read by Rev. Fricdrich. Christmas in Other Lnncls was read by Mrs John' Waite, Christmas Carols \vere sung by the gioup. Vieki EinvTS. Cheryl Berkland and Mary Lou Larson also sang a Christmas Song. The Ladies Aid Pals for the past year were revealed with a gift exchange. Relatives and friends were giusls in the Milford Mitchell home at Lone HOCK Friday evening, to help them observe. 1 their H. r >lh wedding .•mniversaiftr. Mr and Mrs B. G. Be'rkeland, Mrs Duel la Cody and Gerald Cody were Wednesday evening dinner guests in the L. G. Egemo home. CHARGE YOUR OWN CAR Or TRACTOR BATTERY-AT HOME! ESTRON BATTERY CHARGERS . . . from $8.85 For 6 Volt, 12 Volt, 18 And 24, or 6-12 Combinations. No Switches, Fuses, Circuit Breakers. Just Plug In Your Electric Line. 2c Worth Of Electricity Will Recharge Your Battery. Full Winter Starting. SEE THEM ON DISPLAY WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON, IOWA Donna Berkland Is In Cylinder Rites, Bride Dec. 3 FENTON STORES WILL BE OPEN ON Wednesday, Thursday & Friday Nights/ Dec. 21, 22 And 23 Before Christmas, And Will CLOSE Saturday, Dec. 24 And Saturday, Dec. 31, At 5 P.M. Fenton Stores Will Also Be Closed On Monday, Dec. 26, And Monday Jan. 2. YOUR PATRONAGE IS APPRECIATED FENTON COMMUNITY CLUB ' ?Sr^fc«!*»ft^Sr^S-ea&-«^-sKa^ : ' I DOZENS TO CHOOSi FROM FLOOR LAMPS TREE LAMPS TABLE LAMPS POLE LAMPS iugs, Carpeting And Gift Items. D TABLE And 4 CHAIRS, Reg, $40.95 Price JJJE T E R S E !E In FENTON tin- devotions and Mrs Amer (.'ndy was in charge of the pro- .ui.im which included Christmas laiols. poems and readings. New ufl'icers appointed for the coming year were Mrs Albert Miti hell, 'chairman to succeed Mrs Amer Cody and Mrs William Wciner as secretary and Treasur' T to succeed Mrs Melvin Berk- l.md who had replaced Mrs Ny!• s lleggen when they moved to Khtiicrvtlle. Mrs Alber! Mitchell and Bar- I'.ua Burkgren. Mrs Morris Miti-'.'Hl and Mrs Melvin Berkland and daughter Karen spent Wednesday of this past week with Mrs Nyles Heggcn at Estherville. Fenlon — In a beautiful wedding ceremony solemnized. Saturday. December 3, at 7:30 p.m. in St. John's Lutheran church Cylinder, Donna Ruth Berkland became the bride of the Rev. Samih A. Ismir. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Berkland, Cylinder and the groom's parents are Mr and Mrs Abdallah Ismir, Jerusalem, Jordan. The church was decorated with Palms, candelabra, aisle candles and the altar« flowers were red and while carnations. Rev. Oliver Johnson officiated at the double-ring ceremony. John D. Berkland, organist, played 'The Wedding March' by Wagner and was accompanist t'ui Kenneth Peterson of Greenbay, Wisconsin, who sang, three numbers. The bride was attired in a beautiful dress of silk bamba- zine, styled with an Italian neckline, long sleeves, r.nd a 'V'waist- ed bodice of embroidered fabric, studded with sequins. The very full plain fabric skirt was fashioned with a center panel of embroidered fabric in the front and also in the back which extended into the chapel train. Her finger- lip veil of pure silk illusion was attached to U'crown of pearl and crystal. She earnee. a banquet of red and white roses. Attendants of I lie bride we re- Lois Field of Brooklyn, New York, maid of honor and Mary Kasper, Minneapolis, bridesmaid. They were allircct in red velveteen dresses with mulching shoes and headpiece. Their Dowers were while pom poms, wilh white streamers. Paula Berkland, niece of the bride was flower girl, wore red velveteen dress with a matching headpiece and carried a white basket of red and white flowers. The groom was attended by his brother, A wad Ismir, Norris- lown, Pa., as best man. and the Rev. Hubert Kaslc, Hibbing, was groomsman. Usners were the Rev. Paul Idslroni James Kloster and David Berkland and Stanley Berkland. Michael B e r k 1 a n d. ( nephew of the bride carried Ihc rings. Following the wedding, a reception was held in the church parish house for 250 guests. The couple will be at home at Tomahawk, Wis. where t h c groom is pastor ot Grace Lutheran church. The bride was graduated from Fenton high school and Waldort college, Foresi City. She has been working as secretary in the Evangelical Lutheran church head-quarters in Minneapolis. The groom was graduated from Friends Boys school, Ra- mallah, oJrdan, Waldorf College, Forest City. Concordia College. Moorhead, Minn ; and Luther Tlx-oloaic-al S'-mlivirv. St. Paul Minn. .(UDM Engraving). Patrolman Marion Grobe of EslluTvilli 1 was the guest speaker at the Independence Township Farm Bureau when they met Mondav cvt-ninf! at the Independence Town Hall. Sunday guests in the Evorott Dreyer home were Mr and Mrs lUume- Dreyer and sons and Mr and Ify-s 'Shermaji Kcilbou. Vicky yijd Ro^ncvy of H\in)bojdl and, M,r and Mrs' Roger Dreyer of '.Sioux- City and the Dan-el Dreyer family. . Vergene Norland, Cylinder, To Wed Lone Rock Man School And Churches Plan Xnias Program Fenton — Local churches are making plans for their annual Christmas programs. St. Luke's Lutheran church at Fairville and St. John's Lutheran church in Fenton will have their program •.in Christmas Eve. Blakjer Lutheran church at Seneca and St. John's Lutheran church at Dcpew will have their programs on Friday evening December 23rd. The Christmas program will be presented at 7 p.m. on Sunday evening Dec. It; at the Methodist church. The Vesper Service will be held on Christinas Eve. The M.F.Y. members will be caroling on Dec. 20th. Following the caroling, they will relurn lo the church parlors for a chili supper. A special' program of Christmas music will be presented at the Sentral School gym on Wednesday evening, December 21st. Mrs Warren Jones, vocal music instructor will be in charge. The Senior high chorus and the Glee Clubs will present the canlata 'This Is Noel'. The Junior high and Seneca grade school will give Ihe cantata 'Song of Bethlehem' A chorus, speech choir, an angel choir and Cherubim will participate in the production. The public is invited to attend this special program. No admission is being charged but a free will offering will be taken. Mr and Mrs E. J. Newel of Davenport. la. and Mr and Mrs John Newel and daughter Yvonne Louise of West Sacramento, Calif, were 1 weekend guests in the Clayton Ditsworlh home. Yvonne Louise was baptised Sunday at the morning worship hour ill Ihe Methodist church. Ihe Rev. Harvey Walker officiating. Guests in lhe> home of Mr and Mrs Raymond Li.s'er Wednesday were Mr and Mrs Garner Hock- ncy of Mason City. Olto Wichtendahl is a patient at SI. Anil's Hospital in Algona. The North Depew Fellowship Circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs B. G. Berkeland. Mrs Albert Mitchell was in charge of 12 Women At Ringsted Feted I'cr Church Work Ringsted -- The women's organization of St. Paul's Lutheran church held a meeting Wednesday honoring 12 women and presenting them with life' membership pins. They were honored for their special and outstanding Christian service in the church mcl home. $120 in their honor was turned in to the cause of 'oreign missions. Those honored & pinned were Mesdamcs Nels 1'etersen, Morion Bensen, J. O. Pederson, An- lom Vammen, Cora Pelersen, Stanley Jensen, Hans Wilbcrg, A. S. Voetmann Sr., Herman Madsen, G. E. Nielsen, Hans Larsen and Stanley Hansen. Mrs Norman Larsen of Fenton was in charge of the program. Mrs Norman Wilbert gave scrip- lure and prayer reading. The Christian service committee then presented the program. Mrs Mae Jacobsen with scripture reading; Mrs William J. Hansen reading on the worjt of foreign missions; Mrs George Neve on Christian service and explanation of the W.M.S. Mrs H. J. Henriksen gave a short poem and Rev. Stanley Hansen closed vvitn benediction. Hospitalized Mrs Andrew Nclsen returned Friday to Iowa City for a checkup. She has been recuperating following surgery a month ago at the home ot her daughter, Mrs Victor Ostedgaard. Mrs Margaret Lang of Armstrong is' recuperating at the home of her daughter, Mrs John Stott at Titonka. Mrs Lang, a former Wesley resident had been hospitalized at Holy Family hospital at Estherville for several days. The Ringsted debate team left Thursday tor Iowa City to compete in a Iowa, III. and Missouri debate contest. Those making the trip were Arlen Hansen, debate coach and his wife as.chaperonc, Wally Larson, Fred Christiansen. Clay Warren, Duwayne Hansen, Russell Heerdt, Sheryl Voet- mann, Judy Christiansen and Norma Ruth Christiansen. Friends of the Ernest Christiansen family of lola, Wise, arc invited to attend the silver wedding anniversary at the Ringsled Legion hall Dec. 17 at 8 o'clock. Th'e Christiansens formerly lived at Fenton and Rmgsled. Christmas poems. The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs Ted Nelson. The Club has been assigned to study Spain for the coming year. Members planned the program for the new club year. The January meeting will be with Mrs Ernest Volte lor in Fenton, with the lesson on Civil Defense. Members look up a collection for the County Welfare Christmas fund, which totaled $4.00. Twelve; members and one guest, Mrs Carrie Voirjt were present for the ailcrnnon meeting. Fenlon — Mr and Mrs Olat Norland, Cylinder, announce the engagement of their daughter, Vergene Lynn, above to. A/3C Dennis Schmidt, son of Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt of Lone Rock. Miss Norland, a I960 graduate of Sentral high scnool, is attending Northwest Institute of Medical Technology in Minneapolis Airman Schmidt, a 195!) graduate of Sentral is stationed with the U.S. Air Force at Austin, Texas. A March wedding is being planned. (UDM Engraving). Auxiliary Unit Donates To Worthy Causes Fenton — The local Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon with Mrs John Waitc. Rather than a Christmas gift exchange, each member present gave 50c for a total of $8 which was sent to the Annie Wittenmeyer Home in Davenport. S2 was given to the Kossuth Council for Retarded Children. $2.50 was given to the Iowa Soldiers Home in Marshalllown anil gifts in the amount of $6 went to the gift shop at the Veterans Hospital in Des Moincs. At the meeting, the members made eight little elephants of pink wash clothes, tooth paste and tooth brushes and these will 1 be sent to the Woodward Hospital. The Auxiliary sent a special gift to their sponsored child at Gle'nwood, la. The January meeting will be with Mrs W. R. Wolfe. Louisiana led the nation last year as a "sweet potato stale" by producing 4,838,000 cwt. North Carolina was second and Virginia, third. Night Openings, Closing Dates Set For Fenton Fenlon — Fenton business places will be open three evenings the week before Christmas, it has been announced. Stores will be open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings, Dec. 21, 22 and 23. They will close at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 24, and also on Saturday, Dec. 31. 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