The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 2, 1959 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 2, 1959
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Viola Berninghaus Weds Donald Hansen guests at the Wegener home honor of the bcen&ioft t»^u Mr and Mrs tttehard Grelhen family also Mr and Mrs T Wegener and family of Whittle mbre. " ; Mrs Cecil Baldwin entertained friends at her home Tufcsd&S' afternoon in observance of her birthday anniversary. Guests included Mrs O. R, Patterson; -Mr* Raymond Gardner, Mrs Cftttlfi Jensen, Mrs Robert Lynch, Mrs Clarence Men*, Mrs Lyle England. Mrs Emma Pannell, Mrs McGregor, Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Lester Osborn and Mrs Olar Oftedahl. The Blafcjer Women's Mission* ary Federation held their an- nual birthday party and Cradle Roll program at the Lutheran church parlors Thursday after* noon. Lewis Breesr took his dnugh- lev Susan and Janice Oshorn U» Mankato. Minn, last Thursday, where the girls enrolled at Man- knto Business College. A former Seneca girl, Darlene Rcutzel of Fairmont will share living quarters with them. Olaf Oftedahl who was n nat- lent at the Holy Family hospital at Esthervllle for several days returned home last Thursday. 'Mr and Mrs* Lester O.^born. Larry and Shirley were Sunday callers at the Virgil Jensen home near Swea City. SWEA CITY NEWS Mt ftild Mrs Hichnrd tlMvik and-children entertairtf-d nt dinner Sunday In honor of the Dads, Barney He-svik nnd Anne, Mr uiul Mrs Lynn Pulver and girls. Mrs C-le Kviumulali- enlcrtninod nt a birthday - farewell party Wedni'sdny in honor of Mrs Anlon Pedorson, who moved hack j (o tier homo in Nebraska City, Nob. Those present were Mrs-dames Wm. Tlolnnd. Khner Nelson, Roy Valvit-k, Grace H ,l<er, John N'ymnn. Minnie Kyli-n nnd Evn Hanson. The Prostons held a family re- .utiiun nt the Legion Hall Sun- Thursday, day. Tuesday afternoon guests of Mrs Earl Kvarnsdale were Mr.« LI6yd Thorson, Mrs Andrew Laison, Mrs Itnrvey C. Larson, Mrr. Harvey L. Larson and Mrs Or viile Thoreson and Heidi. Mr and Mrs Harold Cnrr nnd Mr nnd Mrs Linus Vaske and family of ttjineroft were Sunday quests of Mr. ond Mrs Don Koom* nnd family. A family reunion wns hnld n» (he; home of Mr and Mrs CicniM' Kden Sunday. Mrs Howard Wli»ir. Dorothy an.! Dane! nnd Mr nnd Mrs Alfred Anderson attended a family re unioft at Blue Eflfth -—.,,Mr and Mr* August Dftfitjf children attended the family gsthfrrtwg ** »" on Sunday, Mr ana Mrs Donald Fdber family of Forest CHy w«*. day dinner guests of Mr afla Richard Hesvik and family. Mr and Mr» Truman Jw...-.-.. and Terry called .on Mr ana Mrs lister Johnson of Algona Stliv d«y Mr and Mrs Truman Jofcft son. Mrs Elmer Jwgensdrt j Mis Kramcrsmeier of ! attended an Alumni , Ihe Dolliver high school in gym there. Loifte.Rock — Viola Berninghaus, daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Berninghaus, Lone Rock, was united in marriage to Donald F. Hansen, son of Mrs Olive Hansen and the late Rasmie Hansen of' Irvington, in a:double ring Ceremony June 14 at 7:30 p.m. in the Lotts Creek- Immanuel Lutheran church by R'ev.' "Martin , Peters. » ' The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a white ankle length gown of silk organza with a modified torso bodice, with 'a scalloped neckline. The skirt was full, Crystalette with a border of lace around the bottom. Her veil was of fingertip lace; and a crown of sequins and lace. Her jewelry .was pearl earrings and a necklace a gift of the groom. She carried a bouquet which was made up of a single orchid beautifully arrayed in the center of Idly of the Valleys. •Her matron of honor was Mrs Durwopd Walker. Her bridesmaid was Marvel Hansen. The junior bridesmaid was Karen Berninghaus. The bridegroom's best man was James Berninghaus, groomsman was Russell Harms and ushers were Leonard Hansen and Edward Berninghaus. Organist was Loren Krause and soloist was Mrs Ewald Voigt. A reception was held at 8:30 p.m. in the church following the ceremony with about, 100 guests Joyce Isebrand of Titonka registered the guests. '.Mrs Rex Downing and Mrs,. Ai- ?$bertj. Hajrrns cut and served^fthe. cake.' '*. •' Mrs Harold Schmeling poured. Jan Geilenfeld and Pat Hedlund were in charge of the gifts. Table waitresses were Betty Berninghaus, Pauline McMahon and Judy Coleman. Viola attended the Lone Rojik school and received a course in »beauty culture at Fort Dodge. Donald graduated from the Algona high school in 1956 and now employed at Algona. After a week's wedding trip to the Black Hills and Bad Lands, the couple will be at home at Algona (Isaacson Photo- UDM Engraving) i Engagement Announced Rob!. Petersen Of Seneca Weds June 6 Seneca — The marriage of Virginia Ann Fenske, daughter of Mrs Norma .Fenske and Donald Venske of Blue Earth, Minn., and Robert, son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Petersen, was solemnized at 4 p.m. June 6, at Salem Evangelical United Brethren church in Blue Earth. Nuptial music was provider by Carolyn Schneider, organist and Gera'ldine Nelson, solois/t. The bride was givsn in marriage by her brother, David Fenske. Her floor length gown of white nylon organza oVer. brush train. Appliques of embroidered organza flowers outlined 'the formal round neckline and also accented the fitted bodice which was fashioned with deep points in-front and back of the wajst. Her finger tip \Feil of English illusion was attached to a Swedish coronet ornamented with pearls & sequins. The pearl necklace which she wore was a lift from the bridegroom. Mrs Wallace Buntin was mat•on of honor and bridesmaid was- Alice Teichroew. ROget ;Lars<yj; swerved - as • best man and' David' Fenske'• wa ; s groomsman. The ushers were James McCleary and Howarc West. A reception in the church followed the .ceremony. Rachel O1- sen was in charge of the guest, book and Joan Shurts and Mrs James Shortenhaus opened and displayed the gifts. The newlyweds left on a short wedding trip to Wisconsin and northern Minnesota and are now at home on a fann north of Rmgsted. The bride attended Mankato State College and Ma^nkato School of Business and has been employed for the past year as recorder at Methodist - Kahler, school of nursing at Rocnester, Minn. The • bridegroom attended Seneca .school, was graduated from Armstrong high school, and attended Iowa State College. He is now engaged in farming. KOOL AID ALL FLAVORS for the FRESH - BAKED HAMBURGER or WIENER WATERMELONS ALL SWEET SIZES RIPE OLIVES Mr and Mrs Norman Wegener had their infant son, Bruce Norman, baptized at the St. John's Lutheran church at Fairville Sunday morning with the Rev. A. C. Krueger officiating. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Richard Grethen of Graettinger. Dinner TOM'S Televiews Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder of Lone Rock, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Carol Lorraine, shown here, to Paul G. Anglen, son' of Mr and Mrs Edward A. Anglen,; Omaha. The wedding date has beeiv tentatively set for July ,18, in the Presbyterian church in Lone Rock. (UDM Engraving) Golden Wedding . Mr and Mrs Charles Morns celebrated their 50th anniversary June 21. They had a family dinner at noon for 35 relatives. Mrs Ida Schultz cut the cake. Silver Wedding Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hutchmson celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary June 21. There were abput 2PQ guests that attended. Out of town guests from this area were Mrs Charles Geilenfeld of Algona. Mr and Mrs Marvin Ackerson, Wesley, Mr and Mrs Leonard ' Halten, Mr and Mrs Adolph Jia.tten, Joe Donahues, Mi arid Mrs Leo Arndorfer, -Mr and Mrs Ed Goche, Msgr, Joseph Sphujies and Father Patrick \yaite Pf Bancroft, - Mr and Mrs Wm. Marlow, Mi and Mrs Harlan Marlow, Judy and Kay Hutchinson, Patrreii Lynch attended the birthday party of "Patricia McCkush on Tuesday. It was Patricias IHn birthday. Mr and Mrs Harlan Marlow are the proud parents of a daughter born Saturday at Estherville. The baby weighed 8 Ibs. and 7 oz. The June meeting of the Lone Rock Lively Rockets was held at the Call Park in Algona. JoAnn McCleish, LaVonne Thompson, Mary Lynch and Dawn Schultz gave talks. . *Mr and Mrs Wayne Lynch were visitors Sunday night'at the Frank Dreyer home. " Mr.and Mrs Paul Thacker of Amboy, Minn, recently moved to Lone Rock. 'Mr Thacker has accepted the job of pctrts man foi the l<;ossuth County Implemen Shop. Mr a.nd Mrs Thacker have two sons, Kirk and Paul. i Mr and Mrs Ro'bert Schmidt Si nnd Mike, Mr and Mrs Rouse o Fairmont,' Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer and Mr and Mrs F. J Sullivan, Mr and Mrs-Fred Schmidt, Mrs Ben Schmidt, Gary and Terry, and Mr Bob Schmidt and David were Sunday supper v guests'in the Leo Schmidt home Mr and' Mrs Everett Hanna spent Tuesday in the Willard Gregson home in Algona. Mr and Mrs H. A. Holmgren attended a .family picnic, Sunday at Lost Island lake. Mr and Mrs Marc Moore of Algona were Sunday guests in the Everett Hanna home. Mr and. Mrs Sanford. Mitchell and family of Des Moines spent the weekend > in the Milford Mitchell home. Saturday evening supper guests in the Milford Mitchell home were Mr'and Mrs Duane Habager of Burt and Mr and Mrs Sanford Mitchell and family of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Darryl Householder and Mr and Mrs Ellwyn Householder and family of Algona were Sunday guests in the Glenn Householder home. ... No. 3Vj Size! Jars PORK & BEANS SNOBOY 5UNKI5T LEMONS FULL POUND CAN Potato SANKA INSTANT COFFEE BIG JAR FINEST QUALITY TENDER * GROWN FRESH E A C H ALCOA Absninum Foil 25 FOOT ROLL CHICKEN LEGS & I L PIECES THIGHS »••*« BREASTS Lb. 79c Boy! It's hot again . . . with this hot weather and everyone picnicing and taking trips, now is a good lime io have your radios and TV's brought in for a checkup and minor repairs. Speaking of hot AND HUMID weather . . .try io operate your radios and TV's at least a few hours per day. The heat keeps the sets dried out, preventing corona arching and subsequent, expensive repairs. The "Late Show" on Mason City's Channel 3 will bring back an old hit tonight ai 10:30, when Bing Crosby and Ingrid Bergman slar in "The Bells of St. Mary.." Was down to Des Moines last Sunday -to view Ihe new RCA color and black and white sets . . , some nice looking television models soon to come onlo the market. Another tip on viewing for tonight . . . "Playhouse 90" will feature Bob Cummings in a story about an American bomber v/mg in England, in 1943. THAT'S RICH . . . For the answer to your TV and Radio Problems, tune in (112 N. Moore — CY 4-3260). 79g CURTISS Marshmallows 2 B ^ s 35c| SLICED BACON ENDS... lb.17c RATH'S READY TO EAT Paper Plates B 40 COUNT WHITE PKGS. HUNT'S CATSUP SWIFT'S PREMIUM ALL MEAT SKINLESS PER PKG. FRENCHS 14 OZ. BOTTLE 100% PURE GROUND BEEF Lb. 3 IBS. $1.39 6 OZ. JARS MARASCHINO TOM'S RADIO & TV CHERRIES BIG n oz. JAR CLIFFCHAR 10 LB. BAG BUTTER KERNEL Charles Bloom REPRESENTING State Bond & Mortgag Co. 6 Accumulation Certificates ® Mutual Funds Broad Street National Investors Whitehall Fund » • i for free prospectus write or call Chuck at CY 4-2595 BOX 463 Algona NO, 303 CANS 491 HIAWATHA FIRESIDE - 5 VARIETIES COOKIES Dill PICKLES REG. PKGS. FULL QUART CHARMIN NAPKINS iHll^flW^ ^^H^^ ^^^^^^^ PKG. 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