The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1959 · Page 11
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Mtt ly Hit Upptr OM Publishing Co., Algono, Iowa June 18, 1959 MRS. ARDETH HALVERSON New* EdHor CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to neighbors who helped with farm wdfk,, and to those who sent cafds and flowers -while I was !,hospitalifcfed. Joe Madden. 24* f , t . . _ Super* Kem*Tone LATEX WAtt PAINf GUARANTEED WASHABLE Ofc Y0UR MONBY 'BACK! STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON Big Turnout For Elevator's Fete Saturday Fenion — Approximately 300 people turned out tor -the Fenton Co-operative Elevator com- oany's fiftieth anniversary party The men guests received key chains and a copy of the anniversary booklet containing pictures of the founders and a history of the organization. Each lady was presented a stainless steel u'ility spoon—ice, cream shovel. For the youngsters there were balloons and sealed plastic bags of Felco popcorn. L. V, Tnylor, representing the Farmers Grain Dealers Associa tion'of Iowa, spoke briefly on the value of -co-operatives. The Mario Shows of Wesley presented a program which included Harris Nelson, Minneapolis, comic instrumentalist, & father and ten-.year-old son acrobatic team, a roller skating act and a puppet show. Nelson's nine-year-old son also appeared for a piano dn°t and a cornet duct with his father! Lunch was served ral Band Mothers. by .the Sen- !• v ff Where Electricity does Everything . THE OUTDOOR WVINQ CENTER * YOUR TOTAL ELECTRIC HOME ipakes it possible to enjoy fun-filled _^ outdoor living. It's ull done with' dra- < jriatic outdoor lighting and handy, weather-proof outlets. ' '•.".': • Hook up flood lights. Plug in radio, record- player, portable TV, electronic barbecue spit, Live outdoors . , , and like it! fief Jtiis Book of - NCW IDEAS-1 HUlli yoM ell ebout th« miting EUcl' living C»h»erf , , , sliffwot! n»wl won* dirfvl! You'll won! lo pgt Jhfm into homi Ihii y»or . , , «n<* in y»?f» to IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER CO.! Mrs E, M. Dreyer and Roger, Mrs Arlin Kohlwes and Bob Chambers of Corwilh drove to Ames Wednesday to attend ths Girls State 4-H convention. Roger gave a short talk and Bob Chambers ' spoke for the Iowa State Campus 441 Clubs. Gary Widdel left Tuesday by plane from Minneapolis for Ketchikan, Alaska, where he will spend the summer months at the Wallace Andersons. iMr and Mrs Duane Widdel and Pal plan to leave about July 1 for a two week's vacation with the Andersons. Mr'and Mrs Shelby Welsbrod | and Karon of Phoenix, Ariz., are visiting Fenton relatives nnd friends. Saturday evening they were guests at Ihe picnic supper wilh the Dale Weisbrods, Harry Haases, Ed Bruhns, Martin Han- telmans and William Hanlel- mans. Sunday afternoon guests in Ihe Walt Peril home were Mr and Mrs George Pert! and family of Armstrong, Julie and John Nelson of Ringsled, Mr and 'Mrs Jack Rifen of Brainerd, Minn., Mr and Mrs Adolph Peril and Walter Wegener. Mr and Mrs Martin Ohm Sunday supper guests in the Franklin Mueller home. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruska at- .ended the wedding of Mrs iluske's nephew, Robert Morris arid Kathryn Horton, 'both of Kansas City, Mo. The wedding was Friday at the Little Brown church. Mr and Mrs Kaye Ruske of Iowa City were also in attendance. Mr and Mrs Paul Eigler ioo!c their daughter, Judy, to Iowa City Sunday where she will attend school. They also visited with Mr and Mrs Kaye Rus"ke at Iowa City. Mr and Mrs J. F. Beckley, Northfield, Vt, have ibeen visiting Fenton relatives several days before going to Walker, Minn., wftere they will spend the summer months. Mrs Otio Borchardt, Mrs Larry Beckley and son Michelle and Mrs Ervin Borchardt and three sons drove to Elmhurst, 111., lasit Thursday to visit Mr and Mrs W. C. ,Loek' and family. Allan Loek graduated from high school Friday evening. They returned home Monday. Mr and Mrs Leland Hantelman of Duluth, Minn., visited this past 'week with relatives and friends in this vicinity. < -~ Mr and Mrs Luverne Nelson of Lockport, 111., .were Friday visitors -in 'the (runneth ' Halverson home. The Depew Fellowship circle met Friday, June 12, in the Melvin Berkland home. Guests of the circle were Mrs Dale Voigt and Mrs Ed Mitchell. Mrs Ernest Berkland (presented the lesson and Mrs Paul Zumach was in charge of devotions. Following the meeting, the ladies packed gift parcels for service men. Wednesday evening guests in the William Voigt home in honor of Lois' 'birthday were Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller and boys, Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family. Jackie and Greg Jones are enjoying a vacation at the home of their grandparents, the L. F. Meltons at Palo. The Legion auxiliary will meet this Friday, June 19, in the home of Mrs Merle Voigt. Mr and Mrs Hans Morlensen and Roger of Fairmont were Wednesday evening guests in the Fred Morlensen home. Mr and Mrs Max Hiati anc* family of Emmetsburg wen: Thursday evening visitors in lh( Franklin Mueller home. Among the weekend guests in the B. G. Berkeland home 'wert Mr and Mrs Robert Berkelanc and family of St. Paul, Mrs El me'r Kalvig and son of Kana waha, Mr and Mrs Edward Berkeland and children of Charleston, N. C., Mr and Mrs Anthon Berkeland of Minneapolis. On Sunday afternoon othen- relative came 'from Mason City, Charles ity, Emmetsburg, Cylinder anc Fenion. The occasion honorcc Lhe Edward Berkeland iamily from Charleston, N. C. Joan Wegener June J2 Bride Of Jerry Waife Fenion — In a pretty wedding ceremony performed Friday* June 12 at 7:30 p. m. in -$t, Luke's Lutheran church nt Fair* ville, Joan, daughter of Wallet Wegener and the Into Mrs WejE- encr, became the bride of Jef> aid Waite, son of Dr. and 'Mrs John Waite. .-? The church was decorated with candelabra and basket bou» quets. While cnndlcs,. -whiste peonies and green folingo ds* coraled Ihe pews. Candle lighter.* wore Dennis Frink and Gail Hantelman. Ush ers -were Gary Blcokwonn nttd Arden Norland. Lad Pel/lit was organist, and Mrs James Krough', soloist, sang "The Lord's Prayer," and "O Perfect Love." Rev. A. C. Krucgcr performed the double-ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a beautiful ifloor length wedding gown of Sch i fTli embroidered tulle styled with fitted bodice with satin band and bow trim, scalloped sabrina neckline, short sleeves. The skirt was tiers of ruffled scalloped embroidered tulle extending in a chsipel train. She wore matching mitts, a fingertip veil and carried a bouquet of pink roses. She wore a pearl necklace and earrings. Diane Frink was maid of honor, and Sharon Hantelman was bridesmaid. Junior bridesmaids were Rcnce Hantelman and Linda Wegener. Flower girls were Maria Wnite and Julie Wegener. Roger Dreyer altended Ihe bridegroom us 'best man, Charles Himitelman of Swca Ciily was groomsman and Craig Bell of .Walerloo was ring Jjcarer. Following Ihe wedding, a reception was held in the church parlors for 175 guesls. The Decorations were in the bride's chosen colors. Bonnie Peril was in charge,,of registering the guests, Mrs Eugene Zinnel of Algona, Mrs Darwin Koepke of Burl and Mrs Roger Potralz were in charge of gifts and Mrs Eugene Wegener and Mrs Louis Zinnel were dining room hostesses. The beautiful wedding cake, baked arid decorated by Mrs Russell Kauffman, was cut and served by Mrs Olaf Norland and Mrs Fred Frink. Mrs Albert Bleckwenn presided at Ihe'-ctiffee service and Vergene Norland al the punch bowl. Waitresses were Marie Welp of Titonka. Rachel McArthur of Algona, John Cushing, Marlys Frink and iFaye Han- lelman. Kitchen hostesses were Mesdames Carl Beck, Orville 'Werner, Kenneth Johnson, Waller Peril, Oscar Sorensen, Albert the the Mitchell nnd Lloyd Finncstad. „ The couple loft on n wedding trip nnd following their return will make .their home al Fentoii for the summer months. The bride is a graduate of Sentral high school and attended 'Hamilton Commercial tollege this past year. The groom nlso graduated from Sentral high nnd is attending Kansas •Stale university where he is majoring in veterinary medicine. W.S.C.S. Has Installation For 8 Members Fenion—Tho Women's Society of Christian Service mot Monday afternoon. Juno I) with hostesses, MI'S' Ray Stoeber, Mrr Clarenri! Arbogasl and Mrs Art Kubrick. Mrs Dale Weisbrod was in charge of the devotional period, and following a piano selection by 'Nadino WoHjrod, tin- lesson "A Now Ambassador for Christ. the Tourist," was presented by Mrs Arlo Ranney. She was ar- sislcrl by Mesdamos F.. W. Ruske. Sari Lufkin, Dale Wi'isbrod and Hens Bnago. Mrs Lester Weisbrod sang hymn "Jesus Coils iUs," for special service hold to welc new members who hove joined the society, New members joining the society are 'Mrs .funint* Hurlhurt, <Mrs Onrryl Householder, Mrs U. \>. Lister, -Mrj Ralph Nichols, Mrs Don Stein berRer, Mrs Duann Widdel, Mrs Hex Swarjson' nnd -Mrs Curtis Lurn. Friendly Nolghbotg Met The Friendly Neighbor club met June 1 1 in the home of Mrs Arlo Hrumey with Mrs Ik'tlfc Ranney nssislinu hostess. Roll t-iil) "Favorite Flower," was answered by 17 members nnd one nuost, 'Mrs Kmmn Hlcm- ers. A reading was uivt-n by Bessie llartmnn, "Bai-kt'ire in War Anainst Insects," Mrs Wiildemar haa^e nnd Mrs Reuben Luedlkt- had charm? of entertainment. C'.ame.M were played. A white elephant sale was held Thursday, June 18, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper De* Moine*-5 nt their merlin)'. Plans wore made In lour thr canning faeloiy ,it Fairmont in July. Deer Spotted Several people in the south part of Fentoii tepoiH'd seeing a deer Thursday. Mrs lv K. Johnson in (he southeast purl of town saw it and Curl Kruetfor work* inn m his yard, \vaU:heci the deei come down the alley, dash across the pin k and the road near Mrs Amanda Kern's homo. The doer rlisappein'i'd into the fields at Uu> west edi;e of town Others sccin.u he deer were Ihe Don Berk lands md Mrs Isniost Vc.tteler. Mr and Mrs frank McFaU eM-r; Sunday dinner «ucst« in Wendell Ilusch home. the Coming Events THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be \ Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON RINGSTED Ringsfed Theatre "Union Pacific" Joel McCroci Barbara Stanwyck Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. June 18-19-20 "The Vikings" Kirk Douglas Tony Curtis In Technicolor and Technirama Sun. - Men. -Wed, June 21-22-24 Thursday. June 18— WakjeY W. M. F. Vr-rnn Circle Independence: Mixers Friday, June 19 — Ffntnn Township Homemakcrs TF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT Kill Canada Thistle .roots and all • * * AMINO TRIAZOie WEEDKILLER Cyanumid Amino Tria many perenniar weeds...) roots and all. Mixes easily * with water. For overall or spot treatment. Apply > with power or hand; sprayer. Available in 1 lb.» ,4 lb ., and 24 Ib. packages.; Elevator FENTON, IOWA FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repairs FENTON, IA. LLOYD M. 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There's instant warmth and comfort when you heal your home dcclncally, IOWA ELECTRIC UDHT AND POWER COMPART where electricity does every] t See A Qualified Contractor HEAT BETTER , . -LIVE BETTER

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