The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1959 · Page 12
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By Ifti ^tff Htl Moth* Marjorie Countrymen Is Bride May 3 At Fenton Fenton —> Missr Marjorie Ann 'CoUhtfyman find tarry Lee Fox ' were united in marriage Sunday, , May 3, at the Methodist church . in Fenton. Rev. Harvey A. Wai- ker performed the double-ring cetemony a> 11:15 a.m. -, The bride is the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Arthur ' Countryman of Ledyard and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs L'eo Fox of rural Fenton. 4 The bride was attired in a while 'street length dress with white accessories and a corsage of red carnations. Miss Janice Mae Countryman, a member .of the WAF stationed at Scott Air Force Base near Belleville, 111. was her sister's attendant. Roger Fox attended his brother-as best man. . r ' Following the wedding, a din - ner was served for 20 at the - home of the bride's brotHer-ln- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Har» old Busch at Armstrong. The bride is a graduate of the Ledyard high school. She worked as secretary at .the Ledyard school for three years and is now serving her third year as secre- -' tary for the Sentral District. The bridegroom attended high school at Lone Rock.and Seneca and has been employed in fanning for Lewis'tere'ese of Bancroft. He reported, Monday for his Army .physical. x The couple will make their ' > home at Seneca, at the late P. H. '- petersen home. On Summer Schedule Several churches in the Fenton community went on a summer schedule, this past Sunday, May 3. Itrtmanuel Lutheran at Lotts Creek will have worship services at 9:30. St. John Lutheran in Fenton and the Methodist church have worship services at 10 a.m. Sunday school in each of the three churches proceeds the wor ship service an hour earlier. Blak* jer Lutheran church services will be at 9:30 until September. Sunday school class follows the wor ship service. Hire New Teachers Miss Jeriene Meyering of Wo». den has been hired by the Sentral School Dist. to teach kinder garten in the Fenton schooj, She is a IWo year graduate of Waldor college. Mrs Carl Matheson of Esther ville will teach third and fourth tra'de at Seneca . She attendei Superior State Teachers colleg In Wisconsin and Esthervill Junior College. She has bee; teaching for the past three year at Superior. The Matheson fam ily formerly farmed in Seneca vicinity, 1 before moving to "Ringsted and teter to EsthervSlle. 4-Ale6nolo.) thuridtty(M<»t»>JW Mr and Mrs Jay Frank of Charles City- visited Sunday with Mrs E. J. Frank and the Don Shaw, family. . „ Dinner guests in the E. H. Dreyer home Sunday in honor of Everett Dreyer's birthday and j he wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Art Krause were, the Frank Dreyers, Larry Alts, Lloyd Sunde family, Mrs Minn e Dreyer, Mr and Mrs E. C. Weisbrod, vtr and Mrs Clarence Wegener, tfarlene and Nancy Walker, Start- ey Berkland, Marilyn Johannesen and Bob Crouch. Mr and Mrs Bob Johansen and children visited from Friday to Monday with' Mrs E. J. Frank and the Don Shaw family. Miss Erne Meier left Thursday for her home in Los Angeles, Cal. after visiting her sister, Mrs Martin Hantelman and other relatives in this area. Mrs Sam Warner and Mrs Mar. tin Ohm left Sunday for California accompanying Melvm Warner of Chicago. The group will visit with relatives and friends at Los Angeles. Mrs Mervin Jentz returned home Saturday after being hospitalized several days at Estherville. Mrs Jentz - was ill with pneumonia. Rev. and Mrs F. H. Preul returned home Friday after visiting for a week in Minneapolis with their son-in-law and daughter Dr and Mrs H. J. Paulus. Mr anc Mrs Herb Preul and son Mark o" Omaha spent the weekend in tlv parental Preul home. Robert Friedrich who is com ' pleting his second year at the Lutheran Seminary, St. Louis, Mo. will leave in the near future to serve the vicarage at Philomath, Oregon. Robert is the son of Rev. and Mrs W. H. Friedrich, Fenton. Offer 12 Big Prizes Fenton -i'. night prite award is announced Ihis week blr Fenton business firm*, in detail in a large ad on the Feriion Reporter page. Starling this Friday and each Friday thereafter for a full 12 weeks, there <#ili be a free gift of either a Barbeque Grill with electric spit* a fine large, sturdy picnic table, or an outdoor chaise lounge Set given away free. Registrations must be made between 7 and 9 p.m. EACH Friday, and the award will be made at 9 p.m* This; means that registration is: oh a weekly basis, and oh Friday nights, However, %o purchase nece«ary and the winner will not ha$e to bt **e**iii to win, but must have registered on that particular Friday night. There ate 29 business firms and business or professional men cooperating in the event. Registration may be made with any of those listed^ Also, starting Saturday, business places In Fehioti Will also be. open Saturday night on a summer schedule. Kids will be Offered a frei'skalittg party each Friday, tiighi, also; from ft30 to flsSO frrh. ,the skates and,music will be lur« nished fay the Fentqh Cqm« munity. Hall. So 1 dbrft ^wisi the treats —.eitherFriday or Saturday, night. Arlo Hansen hoaot of -Ci anniversary* MrandM« he parentai^.hd and Mr and _,„_ EUhgsted. C&, j Berkelands , n the hottia «... —.. Paul Mork at Forest <3|ty , M* and M» ; foiii*f f-"*- boys were Sunday gi Laurtz Nelson"' ""aftd Freeman hottU Sentral Senior Girts Honored With A Tea A FEW SUGQISTIQNS "••-•',' -. • ';',•' "\ Pink. Counselor > S6.95 Bath, 'Scale- J - -,- --- ---- V iww "Gold & Black Glass Coffee Server S3.95 with Candle Warmer > '— «tw»» Magnetic pitcher*. '. ' 1. / SI. 89 Memo'Board — - visww Turkey. Duck or Rooster Shaped ' Sf .89 Deviled Egg.Plaie 1 l.-l^^-,-^ «piiww rjecorMediBeautiful Tumbler Set? of 8, CI OK $3.95 many sizes, colors, shape*. ---- , ¥••»»*• to »»»«*•»»«» General Electric Wall and Kitchen Clocks -— Wonderfry Deep Fat Fryer and ' Electric Fry Pans, onjy — • Many mote wonderful gifts'for you to choose from for that Special Mother, Also, a fine selection of pretty Mother s Day cards. ' ., Seneca — The Town and Country Woman's Club of Fentoi were hostesses to the genior girl of Sentral High at a formal tea held Tuesday afternoon at the Johnson House a,t Algona. . The program consisted ,p "Hat" skit, a violin solo by Shir ley Shaw and a poem to th graduates by Ardis Huscamp. The hostesses met the girls a the high school building and took 'them * to Algona by ca% Following the tea tKey'took them'to thoir- respective homes. Fenton Meat To Job In Muss. Fenton — Caleb Hartshorn in his fifth year with the* Fen ton Co-operative elevator company, will report June 1 to Spencer, Mass. Hartshorn will be 'herdsman and have full charge of a jurebred Yorkshire hog farm !or a monastery. • * Hartshorn * grew up ' at Swca, City where his wife Ruth now works'in the bank. They have hree children, including a mar- ied'daughter in Algona, a son n high school and "a daughter in ifth grade. The family will remain here for a while. Fenton — Barnes drawn for lams at the Friday night draw- ng in Fenton were L. J. Weis- brodf Arthur Voigt, Mrs LeRoy Naig, Mrs Morris- Mitchell, Jf. W Jentz, Albert Langerman, Mrs George Mienke; Roy Chriscliilles. Dennis Ohm and -Mrs Wilfred Bicrstedt. On}y the latter three were in town to. claim ithe hams day of this past jweek, Mr and Mrs fid Schlei were Sunday •afternoon and supper guests in the Edwin Josten home at Klemme/ .Mrs Ervin Buhnke and " Mrs Ernest Berkland were hostesses to the St.' John's Lutheran WMF at Depew last Thursday afternoon. This meeting was the annual Birthday Tea. Mrs Clarence Berkland was in charge of the Bible study and Mrs Oliver Twait presented the program. Mr and Mrs John Theesfield entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr and Mrs Floyd Torgelson and Larry of Bode, Mr and Mrs Earl Theesfield and Mrs Karen Swanson and Lannie Lee of Arm- stronc, Mrs Lena Zumach, ,Mr and Mrs Alvin Zumach and Gary,' in honor of Gary, who was home on a 72 hour leav'e before leaving in the near future for overseas duty in Europe. Mr arid,JMrs S. E. Siraley attended the 6th , District Rural Letter Carrier's meeting held at Fort Dodge, Saturday evening. AN^NEW LOVE1INESSI Permanents Hair Styling Hair'Trims JVXI*S WV/All* ^JH**V*V***'*>'** - -i i** Mrs Al^in.ZumacH Jftf tended it Gun" Hotel-/ Hafijford Sunday..,, vr : ~C t; •..- -, Mr and Mrs Johtf Mark and 'Mary Louise left- F day for theif-hojrje.-ift'.Tk 1 ^ •Midi.'* They ,wefe"here for -.,funeral i>f -Mr Weisbrod's fathfV Ben Welsbrod, '' They ^artfyfl Tuesday and during their time m Fenton were, guests irt the,parental, J.'A. Schwartz'home. ' Sentral High'School jhyLw. ,Senior banquet and pro,ni'Will ba held Friday night, May 8, start* ing with, the banquet at,8:30 p.m. and concluding with a pfcbm. Lynn Kern will furnish the Music. For those wty> vyish" to^see^the deq- orations, there will be Ope# house Friday," 'May 8 from" 4 to A » p.m. This* is the'first .ye^r thg<t the Junior - Senior Prom,, ai\d ! Banquet has 'been held at the Sentral" High School,? \•'Come, Holy Spirit/} will the theme o~f a program ; to be pre,-- sente'd on Thursday,' May 14, at 7:30 p.m. by the senior corx- firmation class of St. John's Lutheran church at Depew. 'The fifteen eighth - graders '-will} He be ^ confirmed by -the pastor, Oliv|r Johnson, on May'17,""" '*' " " ^ Hair Color . , Damaged Hair •Treatments *• ' Beauty ",-"i;i' N -,' f * i , .. - -i -,. - - • - • Phone 99; Fenton,"Iowa S4.98 ,<, S6.95 „ $9.95 Iqke Time To Shop At STOEBER HARDWARE FENf ON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL PIBECTORY INSURANCE PENTQN, 1A, V010T TAYPRN Tp Fenton Qfffc* Phon* 79 , ftaiitonct 25 ; F*nton, Iowa R«pe1n Farewell Honors . Mrs Caleb Hartshorn was honored a,t a farewell party at his home Sunday evening. Guests includued Mr and Mrs Clarence. Menz, Mr- and Mrs Lu Vern Thompson and daughters of Elmore, the Harlan Logcman family of Fairmont, Minn.; the Ray Winters of Lakota, and Thomas Murphy of Lone Rock. Sunday afternoon at the IJei- mer Anderson home at Swca City, the Ma.yne family honored Caleb Hartshorn at a farewell Pa present at this gathering wero Mr and Mrs Arden Ziplske -and family, Mr and Mrs Dean Zielske and family and Mr and Mrs Alfred Zielske, all of Swea City; Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mayne and family, Mr and Mrs Orville Mayne and family and Mr and Mrs Earl trenary, all of Armstrong. ,A ls <? Mr and Mrs James Mayne and family and 'Mr James McGomgill from'Ledyard and Mr and Mrs Dan Mayne from Fairmont, Minn. Mr Hartshorn has accepted n position as s\vine herdsman at a Monastery at Spencer, Mass. He left at 2:30 by'plane from Mason City. Pre-Nuptial Shower . . Mrs Larry Fox, nee Marjorie Countryman was honored at ; bridal shower held for her 1 n day evening at the Ledyard Legion Hall with approximately 45 guests in attendance. • Mrs Art'Jacobsen of Blue Earth registered the guests. Mrs Glen -Burrows announced the program which consisted of a piano solo by Margaret Jacobsen, readings by Mrs Earl Jorgensen, a vocal solo by Lynn Munyer who was accompanied on the piano by her sister, Monica. The program closed with a reading by Mrs Burrows. . , Assisting the bride-elect in opening her many beautiful guts were Louise Louck and Patty Countryman, who clipped the ribbons; Patty Coupanger folded the tissue papers; and a cousm, Carol Jorgensen registered the gifts; nieces, Joan Busch and Tenny Countryman received the gifts from the guests upon their ar Hostesses included Mrs H.a.rol( Busch, Mrs Earl Jorgensen, Mrs Albert Wubben, Mrs Frank Porter, Mrs Jack Countryman and Mrs Richard Countryman, Severa.1 members of the Blak jer Congregation and Woman' Missionary Federation attended the Esthervilie Circuit All-In-On Convention held at the EstherviU 'Lutheran Church Sunday afte\ noon and evening. In attendant 1 from this area were Mr iin4 Mi Curtis Qlspn, / Mrs Lawrenc lannesen and Mi's Elmer ,, , . se, delegates to the W.M.F. poi $W» tyre Aiwe PrcrthUP, Mi laiiey Cherland, Mrs Martin Wi and Mr* Henry Looft. Carol Hanisch, a junior-, at Sentral High School,' has. received word that a poem which she penned will appear in the National Anthology of High School Poetry. Saturday visitors in the Ed Sehlei home were Mrs' 'Alice Denker and Waldo Dcnker of Lester, Iowa. Amopg the Circuit officers elected Sunday at tlie AlMri-One Esther-vill^'Circuit ' Conference of the ELC church were twoifrom this area, Mrs Ted Nelsou of St, John Lutheran church, Depew, as treasurer of, the Women's - Missionary Federation, and Barbara Halverson of Blakjer Lutheran church as Pocket Testament Movement secretary. Mr end Mrs Walter Krause and Mrs Emma Radig visited rwith Arnol?i Krause at the Veterans, Hospital in Des Moines on Tues- lit f'S TRUE! TO BE BIVEN |WW fftEE ON EACH NIGHT FOR tHE Nlkf 12 WEEKS \ NOTHING TO BUY,-Np CONTEST iillil IOWA ELECTRIC SPITS YOUR DEALER IS HOMER MATTHIESEN Fenton, Ipwa DELUXE PICNIC TABLES (EACH ITEM .VALUED AT $30) HERE'S HOW: WINNER 'FRIDAY: THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulane* Reliable 94 Hogr > Funerals May Be Referred To U$ With Confidence Ph«m« , FINTQN * WNSSTIP 210Q1 2QI16 Just Come To Fenton Every Fridqy Night AND REGISTER Once After 7 P.M. In Any Of The Fenton Stores Listed Below. , " SHOP IN ( There wili N £ .^inilfiC, Every >ridkiy From THOS1 WHQ HAVE REGISTERED EACH FRIDAY, Plrqwing 9 P.M. Fridays. M^T YOUR F|IENPS ^T VISIT ANNOUNCING For Your Summer Shopping Fenton Stores Will Also Be Open Nights Until 9 P.M. * SKATING Fer Th? KW*.'Af $9rnmwmty Writer, 7;39 TP 9 P,M. EACH Saturday Nigh.t, Skates & Musi? Furnished. i j: "* 'i • ' >*. • 'p-.v 1 *^ <t^ 'i * FENTON COMMUNITY Cl,UB PARTICIPATING MEMBERS Bailey's Store Voig.t Insurance McFall & Busch Priebe's Jack Sprat Weisbrod Implement Pick's Cqfe Fenton p& i, yy, Charlie'* -W Shop Recreation M'n Fri^ i ' * ' First Trust & Savings Bank Don's Service Co, Hardware fen Furniture Service enterj

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