- \ Publlthed ly f hi Upper Dei Publishing C#., Altjona, Iowa Aug. 27, If Sf MRS. ARDETH Newt Fenton Girl Wed Aug. 2 Rapids. The'bridegroom is a graduate of Independence high school and Iowa State Teachers College. He teaches math and science in thu Coon Rapids high school. After a two week wedding trip to Glacier Park, Canada, Yellowstone and the Black 'Hills, the couple will live at Coon Rapids. (Isaacson photo—UiDlM Engraving) Betty Cody Bride Aug. 8 In Ceremony At Depew '•'St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton was the scene of a wedding Sunday, Aug. 2, when Janice Jentz became the bride of Keith L. Bare. The icouple\s' parents are Mr and Mrs Charles Bare of Independence and Mr and Mrs WiliamH. Jentz of Fenton. , . Rev. Friedrich officiated at the double ring ceremony in the presence of 125 "guests. Elsie Meyer was organist and Beth Folosm soloist. Mrs Robert Knock was matron . of honor and Luther Morton best man. The bride wore a floor-length gown of Chantilly lace and organza. The long sleeves of laca the skirt was very full. Her finger-tip veil fell from, a pearl crown arid her flowers were a bouquet of .gardenias and white carnations. 'Her jewelry ' was pearl earrin'gs. Immediately following the ceremony,;. <a reception was held in the church parlors. Jackie Eaton registered the guests and Mrs J. Clair 'Robinson and Mrs Wilfred Bierstedt cut ,the cake. Mrs G. B. Johnson and Ann Thimble, presided at the coffee and. punch tables and Elaine Bra.t- land and Mappy (Miracle were in charge of the gifts.' The bride is a graduate of Fenton high sohool and Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls. 3 Reunions In Fenton Held In Past Week Fenton —• A Finnestad family gathering was held Sunday in the Fenton Park, in honor of the Louis McCowah family of Santa Ana, Calif., who are visiting relatives in this area. „- Those attending were Mr and Mrs McCowan and family, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Finnestad and Glennis, Mr and Mrs Virgil .Finnestad and family, Mr and Mrs Howard Finnestad and family, Mr and Mrs John Finnestad, Mr and Mrs Yernon Finnestad of - Butterfieldl Mr and Mrs Harry Tunge and boys of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Mr and Mrs Hurt Fossum and family of Fairmont. Mr and ,Mrs Norman Finnestad and family, Mr and Mrs Wayne Boettcher arid family, Mr and Mrs Ferdie Mueller and family of Algona. Mr and Mrs Amos Finnestad and family, Mr and Mrs Bill Finnestad and family of Ringsted, Mrs Amer Cody and Gerald, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Mueller and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen and family of Lona Rock, Mr and Mrs Melvin Norland and Larry and Mr and Mrs Elmer Randa and family.' 4 I were Saturday' evening visitors Minn, and Mrs Verdie Mueller. iu (>n( , Kenneth Halverson home. Algona, hosted the event. WISH Jorothy Cnssenu Armstrong, listed the Quests. Displaying dhe gifts were Mrs Robert, Oklcn- tamfj Hft wrirdt>n, lowfi, Mrs Howard Bruhn, Fenton, and Miss Norma Joan Larson, Uingsted, Miss Grace Sjostmni, Minneapolis, and Miss Glennis Kinne- stad. Sanla Ana, Calif, nerved the punch. At the silver services were Mrs Luln Knulson, Kstherville, mid Mrs Tod Le Fever, Brooking*, S. 1). Serving the cake were Mrs Klmer Randa, Cylinder, mid Mrs Fred Julian- neson, Bancroft. Waitresses were Mrs Ronald Jurgcns. Mrs Richard Blalte, Misses Carol JohanncMin, Marilyn Johanne.son, Lois Finnoslail and Kat.heryn Alt. Tlnw assisting in lh<- kitchen were Mrs William De Wall. Mrs Albert Mitchell, Mrs Mildred Mitchell, Mrs Bertie Berkeland, Mrs Art Cody and Mrs Melvin Cody. After a trip to the 111 ark Hills they will bo at home at 31!) North Summit Avc in Sioux Kails. S. D The bride attended Auguslami College, where she was affiliated with Phi Rhe Beta. She has taught -1th grade in the Sioux Falls Public- School the; past two years and will teach again in Cleveland School in Sioux Kall.i this fall. Her husband is ,n senior at the University of South Dakota. (Isaacson' Studio Photo — UDM Engraving) give pony rides 5n town day night, Aug. 28, for the small* or children; lOc will be chafgfed for these rides. Wilfred Stoebefj club president, announced -that nt the September meeting- a sound film will be show* on Good Roads. ,. v Pony Rides At Fenton Slated For Aug. 28th Fonton — Tito Teuton Community Club hrld ils regular monthly meeting on Monthly at the Community Center, with 20 iwinbiM's present. Discussion xvas hold on. summer and fall pVtmuit.ions. It was agreed by .-ill present that tno Friday, Saturday night opening j Wednesday, Sept. 2— St. John and drawing hat bron successful | Lutheran Ladies Aid, ami will h" rmi.Mihd until fall Thursday, Sept. 3 — Woman'* in lho smiic mrmner. ' Koriety trf Christian Service; Fair- Arlm Kohl\v.-. \\-;\n invited to ville Ladies Aid. y Coming Events Thursday, Aug. 27 — St. John Lutheran W.M.F, at Depewl Monday, Aug. 31 — School opens for Sentral District Ready For ended in points at the'wrists and I She teaches first grade at Coon Boever .Family Reunion The Boever family reunion was held Sunday in the Fenton Park Those in attendance were' Mrs Amanda Kern, Mr and Mrs Melvin Kern and family of Algona Mr and Mrs Dervvood Kern and grandson Jeff of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager and boys, Mr 5 and Mrs Delmer. Kern and girls of Algona, Mr^nd Mrs Dick Borchardt, Mrs Carrie Voigt, Mr and Mrs Eugene Hytskamr of and Trudy, Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt and Jairhes Richard. Mr and Mrs Ray Brown Galena, 111., Mrs May Voigt, Mr and Mrs Ward Belknap and son of Ceylon, Minn,, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Voigt of Welcome, Jlirin., Mr and Mrs Jim Dodds nd family of Algona and Mrs Robert, Krause, Ann and Alice. YOUR GUIDEPOST TO ALL MONEY MATTERS You can feel confident that your interests will be carefully considered and all your financial matters Will be given prompt and expert attention. FIRST TRUST & SAVINGS BANK Fenion and Armstrong FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, I A. FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and QfHl EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTPLMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building. Remodeling PHQNI 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske RINJIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANIiLMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair* LLOYD M. BERKLAND licenced ReaJ |s)a»e Broker gnd Farm DU Phone , , Fenton, Iowa Bellinger Reunion The Boliinger birthday reunion was held Sunday, Aug. 23 in the Fenton Park. Among those ir attendance were Mrs Kate Bolinger and son Harvey, Mr and Vlrs George Boliinger, Lloyd and John Jr., Mr and Mrs Hillsabeoh and sons Terril, Bobby, and Douglas, Mr and Mrs Allan Bol- iinger and son Marvin, Mr and Mrs Peter Koenck, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Boliinger and daughter Carol, Mr and Mrs Wayne Bol- iinger, Judy and Randy of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Clair Boliing- er, Marilyn and Willis of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod, Pam and Nadene, and Mr and Mrs Charles Weisbrod. Keith Boliinger, son of Mr and Mrs Allan Boliinger was unable to attend as he is stationed in France. Among the deceased since the last family reunion included Lyle Weisbrod. Of thu 51- birthdays, 32 members of the family were there. Mr and Mis Clifford Douglas and family were last Sunday dinner guests in the Ward Belknap home at Ceylon, Minn. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Paul Klenz of Welcome, Minn. Mr and Mrs Fred Hauscnild and daughter of Truman, Minn., Mr and Mrs Bd George and' farm ily of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Geitzenauer gnd family of Lone Rock and Mr and JVU' S Delbert Geitzenauer and family and Mr and Mrs Norman Finnestad were Sunday guests in the John Geitzenauer home. j and, Mrs Robert Burkgren and daughter are new residents of Fentqn; They have moved into the home vacated by the Robert Norris 1 . Mr Burkgren is the new industrial arts teacher and Mrs Burkgren will teach Homemaking in the Sentral high school. Mr and Mrs James Hypse havfc returned to Fenton aftei spending the summer months in Colorado aitxd Nebraska, Mr :Hypse is also teaching ftt jSent high. , • < " Mr and Mrs Walt Pertl have receive^ ward . that their soj James, Airman 2nd Class, recent ly had surgery at a Paris, France hospital for the removal q turner on his hand. Mrs Robert VotUer and girls o isHingWii left for hovnk Mon day after spending t?wp week visiting friends and relaJiyes | the Fenton are,a. Mr wpcV.'Mw'Verlf P»trce an temih tf, AjtotoA la, •„•»» TfiWday " visitors in " the PrS - Feeler hoiut. Fenton — Rev. Oliver Johnson recently joined in marriage Miss Betty Cody, daughter of Mrs Dueila Cody and the late Airher Cody, Fenton, Iowa and R. David Gunderson, son of Mrs J. Gunderson and the late Ralph Gunderson, Sioux Falls, S. D. The ceremony was held in Si John s Lutheran church, Depew, ..the 8th of August at 7:30 in the evening. ... , .-, . Escorted by' -her'-brother; 'Gerald Cody, the bride was attired in a dress of pure silk organzi with a'fitted bodice of "deep alencon lace forming a scallopec neckline arid., short sleeves. The Chapel length skirt had fron tracories of lace and a back pane of lace extending into a cnapfe train. Her fingertip veil of imported illusion was secured to a halo . of pearl orange, blossoms. She carried an arrangement of an orchid, pink and while sweetheart roses and stephanotis. LaVonne Cody, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. Mrs Harvey Nelson and Mrs Gary Nerison both of Sioux Falls were the bridal attendants. •Brooks Gunderson, Minneapolis, Minn., brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Groomsmen were Harvey Nelson and Ted Gunderson both of Sioux Falls. ' Lawrence Mueller ancl Gerald Cody were the ushers. Sherry Boettcher was t h e flower girl and Randy Mueller carried the rings. Paul Nelson of Sioux Falls, S. D. sang, "The Wedding Prayer" & "The Lord's 3 rayer", accompanied by Mrs Oliver Johnson who also served is organist. A reception was held for 200 guests in the parish house. Mrs 31anch Sjoslrom of Minneapolis, Ervin Vottlor attended Ihe American Legion Convention held in Minneapolis over the weekend. Jerry Freyholtz loft Saturday for St. Paul whore he will attend a fooHball camp and then return to school. Mr and Mrs Wall Peril, Bonnie and Ginger spent three days la*I week at Waterloo and Plainfield. • Mr and Mrs Elmer Lee and Dclrncr of Estherville and Mr ancl Mrs Earl Jensen of Ringsted We will gladly furnish FREE estimates on Heating Plants, New — or additions and improvements to your old one. LENNOX Oil & GAS FURNACES HANDLED flV FENTON SUCCESS... every time you decorate with SUPER* KEM-TONE LATEX WAUL PAINT Electric Cooking is'preferred by the Young STOEBER HARDWARE THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phont FENTON RESTED 9.3 20216 ... and the Young-irbheart (how aboutYQU?) PERFECT FOR THE ARTIST of tne kitchenT^a modern automatic range, mtK all its tfQMavin*; workWn^ features, It's a real investment in fcetter hjW ' »" * • * , homemaker ,. , for the family. "New t and modern fi». EfcECTRJC LIGHT AN» POW3SP. WWJPAJW?' 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