The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1959 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 25, 1959
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L V Prank iMcFalt Mrs'Louie Weisr* brod and Mfs Sam Warner were 6- Afgeiia tta.) Upper D«$ Moines Thursd^gy, June 25, 1959 FENTON Co-Op Elevator FENTON. IOWA "Where Electricity does Everything Heating Dale Mitchell Ordination This Sunday At Depew Dale Mitchell Fenlon — Dale Mitchell will be ordained this Sunday, June 8, at St. John Lutheran "church, Depew. Dale is the son of Mr nd Mrs Morris Mitchell. After graduating from Fenton ,igh school in 1950, he attended Valdorf College, graduating in 952. He attended Iowa Sta.te College 1952-1953. The following *',' p '«i <v'-K THE FOOD PREPARATION CENTER KQ KITCHEN DRUDGERY for you to your Total Electric Home.., thanks to marvelously efficient automatic elec* trie range, oven, refrigerator, water heater, garbage disposer and portable dishwasher.« From its beautiful, scientifically perfect light* fog to its wall outlets, your kitchen will serve you well., f today AND TOMORROW, ll\U Book of ID£AS! It Itlti you ell pbovf th* **<i»!ng iltttrlc (.tying Centtri , , . diH»r»n!l n»wl won. YoM'l) wont IQ put thtm Into your |hl» y»or », , ond in yt«r» »c «9m», IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER CO summer he worked as a .studetlt engineer with a firm near Chicago and then farmed for a year with his father. He finished college at Augustana College, Sioux 'Falls. S. D., graduating ih June, 1955. • ' , He entered Luther Theologies Seminary, St. Paul, the next fall spending two years in study followed by a year of internship at Denny Park Lutheran church Seattle, Wash. He graduated May 24, from the Seminary. He has accepted a call to set, the Sarles Lutheran parish which consists of Sarles Lutheran,,: a' Sarles, N. D. and ImmanUe Lutheran, Hannah, N. D. : He was married Jan. 2, 195- to Mai-y Olsen of Muskcgon Mich. They have two sons, Mark and Timothy. The ordination service will b at 2:30 ,p.m. Rev. V. T. Jor.dahl D.D., president of the South Central District, will be th ordinator, and Rev. Oliver John son, pastor of St. John Luther an church, the Liturgist. Others participating will be Rev. Gerhard Vorland, mission-, ary to Japan. Rev. Edwin Sil- ruin, pastor of Badger Lutheran Parish, , Badger, Minn, Rev. James Olsen of Mason City, Rev. Irving Njus of Northome, Minn, and Wm/ Olsert of: Muskegon Heights, Mich. «fc»5r* «*ws The club judged one parents joined the dub members das? KeerV aSd one dass.of fora poWucksupper at the Wfl- dairy heifers. In the. evening bert Bifersfedt farm. _ "hey are: Mrs John Waite, re- lected president; Mrs Elmer Jrienert, vice president; Mrs Martin Ohm, secretary; Mrs Rex Wolf, treasurer; Mrs Hans Baago listarian; Mrs MatH-ln Wilberg Sergeant at Arms; Mrs Ed Bruhn Chaplain; and executive board- Mrs Don Steimberger, Mrs Merle Voigt and Mrs Ed Bruhn. Installation of officers will b icld at the July meeting in th nome of Mrs Gerhard Hantel man. Friday evening guests in the Albert Mitchell home were Mr and Mrs Morris Mitchell, Mr and- Mrs Dale Mitchell, Mark, and Timmy, Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood and family, and Mr and Mrs Nyles Heggen and David. The occasion was | in honor of Morris Mitchell's birth- 3 Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson and family, Mr and Mrs Calvin Jaan Cushing Wed June 21 To Norman J. Bollinger (.1 1 I li iClll***JJ '*¥*.* V.- -M Vaudt and family were Sunday dinner guests in the E. K. Johnson home. Mr and Mrs C. H. Newel joined the group for tha afternoon and supper. Mrs Richard Underwood entertained Tuesday afternoon in honor of Lynnora's fourth birthday, Mrs Victor Dreyer, Vkkifi and Debbie, Mrs Paul Zumach, Debbie and Pam, Mrs Dale Voigt, Cindy and Kent, Mrs James Cody and. Cindy, Mrs Philip Solberg, Julie and David. j Roger Dreyer attended and presided at Boys 4-<H Short Course at Ames Monday till Thursday, 'closing day of the convention. Roger has served this past club year as the boys state 4-H president. Reinhold Laabs was honored at a Father's'Day dinner Sunday at the home'ol his son and family, the Wilfred Laabs. Besides the honoree and his wife, others attending were the Fred Mortensen family, Clifford Haase fam- 19 to attend the.£ortn Iowa Con teretwe whfch* will .beheld in the Methodist church irt Mason City. Eugene Huskamp will at* tend the Conference Tuesday and Wednesday and Art Voigt Thursday and Friday, ,. the Nellie Cifele mat June 17 5n the home of . Mi* Charlie Weistrfod. Mrs Reimers gave devotions and lesson. Mrs James Hypse and Mrs Ostwald were EZUCStSi Jackie and .Jimmie sons of Mr and Mrs Duane of Humbpldt, visited in the E. H. Dreyer home while their parents attended a convention in DCS Moines Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Arnold Hansen, Rarida and Roger were Sunday evening guests in the Peter Hansen home at Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne spent the weekend at Spirit Lake. Saturday evening they visited with the Oliver Stoetaers at Milford. ,, Sunday evening visitors in me Henry Wilberg home were 'Mr arid Mrs Elmer Lee, Delmer and Lonnio, Mr and Mrs Eldon Lee and Marilyn Kay, and 'Mr and You can have a , Mrs Kenneth Halvcrson, Merle and Barbara. Arm Fractured Fenton — Arnold Hantelmnn received a badly fractured left arm in an accident Sunday at his farm while baling. He fell from a wagon of bales. The left arm was broken just above the wrist. Although there is no break in the right arm, it also is very sore, and his face was badly scratched in the fall. He was taken to Holy Family hospital at Esthervillo and released Monday* CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone for the many expressions of kinds ness extended to me during my Mrs Paul 25* recent* convalescence. Cornejius, Fen ton. Lotts Creek Leaders Fenton — In a beautiful wedding ceremony solemnized Sunday, June 21, at 7:30 p.m. in St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, Joan "Fay Cushing became the 'bride of Norman J., Bollinger. The bride is the daughter of Mrs Arnold Hantelmari of Fenton and Ivan Cushirtg of Emmetsburg. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bollinger. The church was decorated with candelabra and carnation bouquets. , Rev. A. C. Krueger performed the double ring ceremony. Doris Beck was organist and Lael Pettit, soloist. The bride was attLrted The Lotts Creek Leaders'boys «.-!* «»,„..,, • ., 14-H club held their club toui ily, Algona, Delond Bolte family Monday-, June 15. Robert John of Cylinder, the Arnold Laabs son ; anf i x -Dick Kuecker were, family and Amanda Schutt. Un- chaperones and drivers. Pro able to attend were three dau- Meets, shown, were garden, sheep 1* ._ n/r TTr«14-r\Yt QirtVirwirlif I • __ -i.^vn..^. Krtrt-f ViQi'fciVC JinR AH. 1 able to attend were three dau- jects shown were garaen, sneep Frink, Gilbert Bleckwenn, Albert gnterS) Alice, Mrs Walter Schmidt p ig s> * steers, beef heifers and Langerman, Elmer Grienert and l f Austin; Florence. Mrs Howard ——— • "NT —..»«•-. « TP* »i v> e*& f a rl I _ it ' . p f^ _1 .-! M ^T*-\-v«4^ .f^almt 11 I far fh« prfce of a ga//on of SUPER'KEM-TONE lofex wall paint I Dries In an hour i 1 .-; no painty" odof Easy to apply with brush or roller ', > One gallon does the average room » Wide range of the latest colors V Guaranteed washable »•. or your "ihoftfty Complete yow tooufiruf room w/fh SUPER KEM-TONE CEIIING FLAT WHITI h» KEM-GLO* America's Favor/re Enamel for finest woodwork, bathroom *nd kitchen walls, nothing lasts feo long and looks so lovely as ICem-Glo enamel. No )require4.0»« W«i STOEBER FENTON ~w... 0 , . ot Ausim; riuieiivc, «iia i Norman Finnestad. Renfrew of Calvin, North •v*tw\.u, The bride is a 1958 graduate of and Irene Mrs yirgil Wolfe, nntral high and has 'been em-1 . Mr and Mrs Bill Ross of Ames spent Tuesday and Wednesday in the Paul Eigler home. Janet Walker, daughter of Rev. and Mrs Harvey Walker, spent the past week at the Cornell Church Music Camp at Mt. Vernon. The Virginia Circle met Tues- X 11V^ k/AAV*^ A^* «•*• **"•*•*• ^-—•Sentral high and has 'been em ployed this past school year as secretary at the Lone Rock school. The bridegroom is graduate of Universal Trade School at Omaha, Neb. The. couple will make their home-at Audubon, where the bridegroom is employed. A The iar Leg!on S Auxiliary met! day"m \he-hSrne~of-Mr. Harvey Friday' June ^ at the ho'me oil Walker. Mrs 'Floyd Duncan^ was The bride was attirt* in a I Mn ? Merle 'voigt. Half of the assistingfhoBtegi^g^^f beautiful dress of ChantiHy type members of the Auxiliary served gven^by^-^JgS prSSted lace and tulle over nylon net and pot luck to the other half. They Mrs area """"^ * f th affeta. The bodice was fashion- ^ported that they took in $59.50 * e lesson, .fsum^ary 01 me d with a sweetheart neckline, from Poppy sales They voted study fc 00 * C °^«nso a uon utlined with sequins and pearls to send $2.50 to Woodward and tmen -The prayer 'ucie w mid lace scallops. The long $2.50 to Independence. conducted by _^J J°" n b ^ n "J leeves ended in deep points at | Election of officers was held.' field, who was assisted oy he wrist. The skirt featured a calloped lace overskirt with jeplium effect in front and ex,ended into a full lace skirt in sack. Lace appliques around the 'ront of the tulle skirt. She wore an elbow length veil of white imported English Bridal illusion attached to a tiara of pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet of pink roses'. Diane Frink, friend* of the bride, was maid of honor and Vergene Norland, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid. Kristine Burg, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. , John Kressin, friend Of the bridegroom, was best man. Wayne Bollinger, brother of the bridegroom, was groomsman, and Randy Bollinger, a nephew, was ring .bearer. Fred Ericson and Charles Hantelman were ushers and Allen Hantelman and Leon Wichtendahl we're candlelighters. Following the wedding a reception was held for 130 at the church parlors. Decorations were in the bride's chosen colors for orchid and green. Sharon Hantelman was in charge of registering the guests. Gifts were- in charge of Carol Bollinger and Mrs Jim Adams. Mrs Wilmer Wichtendahl was dining room hostess. Mrs Richard Stucki presided at the _coffea service and Mary Schmeling at the punch bowl. Mrs Eugene Mansager and Mrs Eldon Hantelman cut and served the wedding cake.' 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