The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1959 · Page 10
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r- ¥." *>oblfsh»d By tfo Upp*r DM Mo!n«* ' Publishing Co., Aloofta, Iowa (la.) Uppir Pat Mome* thunday, S«pt. 24, Geilenfeldt- Berninghaus I Nuptials Sunday, Sept. 20 *FenJ«w — In a pretty candle- l^ght ceremony performed Sunday, Sept. 20, at 1 p,m. in St. ftul's Luthei-an church in Ringsted, Janot Geilenfeldt became tfee bride of James Berninghaus. "Itie bride is the daughter of Iferman Geilenfeldt and Mrs Lester Hasbrook of Estherville, and the bridegroom is the sori of Mr djid Mrs Louis Berninghaus of Lone Rock. * Rev. Marian Blockhus perform^d the double rirtg 'ceremony. * Mrs Arthvfr Voetiman was' or- jjanist and Nancy Fischer, Lone Rock, soloist, sang 'Because 1 and 'The Lord's Prayer.' The -bride, escorted by her brother, Jerry of Estherville, was attired in while ballerina length gown of white Chantilly late over taffeta and net. . The bodice was styleH in a modified torso with button back and a scalloped square neckline and the long lace sleeves ending in points at the wrist. The full skirt was of Chantilly lace over taffeta and net. Her finger tip veil wa*s attached to a semi-pillbox of Chantilly EXTRA PROFITS t "• when you alow-down with I AGRICO! USE AGRICO Bulk Spreader Service , I ; Get, maximum; results Wit everyj acre you plant by using Fafl ' "'bWefoWrtttnd.topdressin^ applicationrof ; .AGRlCO or 18% norrtl^j Derphosphate. Puts/the: needed'^plant food down in the'root 4rreaay;toJgo^oWof||thei^rs)5ddy of spring! Call .or< sM tel'- 4 ' ' .^ I , 4t.*U • : ; 4."" : . '--* • * * , <. • -s * j v it 4_ 4 < Tt4-***^*• " • • nton Cb-op Elevator "t ^^ *~-> " I. IOWA % •'•" -r'^if, 'is t !•»'»;*-. :'/\,' i* ^ ; T£>WN OF ; {FENTON OFFICIAL NOTICE USE OF THE FENTON TOWN DUMP GROUNDS BY ANY OTHER THAN A RESIDENT OF FENTON IS FORBIDDEN. ;. T[h{s property was purchased by and for Fenton residents tirid violators are subject to a mintrnum Mayor 6. R. Krcrose (31-38) BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDtY T A VtfcM Dr. E.W. Rutb 6ENTKT R«<1ctene«-25 F^nton, Iowa HAHTiUVlAN'S ^ GARAGE fracfor R«pairt nnd farm Loan* Fenton, IQWH lace, with a pearl drop in the front and jpctalt of Jt#ft- otitMfl«sd with pearls. She carried a bouquet oi plrfk fdSt* %rith a re- rhoveablfe cdrsagc, Attending the bride were Mrs Donald HSfls«rt of Algona ^ matron of honor; BftPbtfra Halvcf »• Son of Fenton as bridesmaid and Karen BcrninghaUs of Lone flock as Junior bridesmaid!, j Attending the bridegroom was Jam«r CHrtferrfeltlt «s best man mid John Berninghaus and Jack Geilenfeldt a& groomsmen. Merle Halve^dri iJnd EdWftttf BertftWg- haus were ushers. • Follcwirtg the wedding, a re- Ception <warf held in the church - ' Janice Zumach registered the guests. Mrs Henry Looft was dinirlg room hostess. >Mr*« Kenneth Halveraon* oresided at the punch bowl 'and Mfs t Henry Wilberg and Mrs Harold Schmeling cut and served the cake. At the coffee service was Mrs 'Hugo Berninghaus and Janice Zumfich; "waitresses iwere J^ancy Schmeling, Betty Berninghaus, Judy Kape and Nan<5y Severtson. Kitchen hostesses "wfere Mes*» dames Herman Madsen,. Ivan Peterson, Georg(* Jensen, Clarence Petersen, Ole Oilgdahl,, T6d Jensen and O. T. , Cheriartd, The bride and .bridegroom ara graduates of Central High ' and both arc e.mployed' in Algeria Whbre they. . will ' make their home, following a we'dding trip to Wiseoftslft. ' ' . •-.'•' Elect Ch»«rlead8rs The student body at Sentral high school' elected two' new, cheerleaders'for'the 1959-60 foot* ball • and 'basketball -season.'. THd 1 n.ewly electe'd are Srfrtdy Ellefson, a junior, ,• ahd Lois Pinnestad, a freshman. > Three • cheerleaders held over from last year are:' Kathryn Alt, Vergene Norland, seniors, and Susan Montgomery, a! junior*. ' , , . • Mr and Mrs ' Howard' Reader of Ce,dar falls',were 1 visitors irt the' Ray Stoebe'r horho*,Tuesday' morning.-"' .W[y' and • Mrs • • Reeder Were lormer'-ielephdne^ bperatdjra at Fenton. They moved; f ifr^rri Fent6n in 1935. ,;. ' > f: •] I) • I • ' , Mr,,and Mrs .Clarence' Arbo'- ast. "Mr 'and 'Mrs Eligene HUfe- iiXip' att'd^S'Jjru'dy,; MBS , OJga' uskamp iibt Wf' Ca'trie' jVdigt lei»ald Schnmtit Jj'ome at,'Al_ Ihe. occasion was; 4n'-'honor o'f Fenton Forwards Elect Officers *: Fenion — The Fenton F<i rttbt at the httme of Joan ,,„,. Wndahl on Monday, Sept. f*•"".. flower arrangement demottsttti*' tioh was givfcn by Judy,Berkland, a talk by Marilyn t Ajt, ahd a report by Jeartette dahl. New officers electett ilyn Alt, president; Jdfift'! tendahl, vic« president;'.,_—, Berkland, secretary; J a e m e Laabs, treasurer; Jeanotte Wichx tendahl historian; Judy WolterS and Carol SHaw are on the recreation committee. R.ojfcan.'ria Voigt resigned as a merrtbef. "Mr8 Milford Mitchell resigned Vfta leader. Mrs Lloyd Berldawd- will be the riew leader. New members'are- Cafol Shaw," Betty and Judy Wolters, Diane Vaudt ahd Marlys Wichtend&hl, Coming Ev&nh ; Sept. 24 —' Etepfivir , Thursday, Oct. 1 ;Fairville WM;F. W.S.C.S. Plans le Sale Mr and, Mr* Ed Bruhn, Mrs Martin Hantelm4n,,of Penton and Mr and Mrs Charles Nelson and Mr and Mrs Eldon Rhodes of Cylinder spent -^ed- nesday at the Clay County Fair at Spencer. ^ ' • Mr and Mfs, Kay Ruske oil Iowa City spent the weekend in Fenton. Judy Eigler accomipah- led them back to Iowa City Sunday where she-will attend " Col* lege. Sunday dinner guests in tho Paul Eigler home were Mr 'and Mrs Kay Ruske of Iowa City, Mr and Mrs George . MUrphy. and Jonny, Mr arid! Mrs John', Kohl- ves, - Mrs Retta 'Eigleiy Mif , v and- Mrs Arlin Kohlves, Loveda and Bobby, Mr arid Mrs Ewald Kohl- vefj and family of Austin, Min'm; Mrs Lena Kohlves, and Dureen of Minneapolis, Min.; and^Mr^and Mrs Everett, Dr^yer.* Tljle 3 occasion was in ihonor df Mr and Mrs Eigler's 25th: • 'wedding - an* niversary, which Was'Friday. .- <• Mrs'Floyd Duncan accompanied her nephew, Kenneth Trenary oi Burt and 1 otneV relatives to" Roch-i ester, s Minn.; Thursday t t6 vlsij 'Kenneth's' -parents, 'Mr *a*nd 4 Mrs/ •T.' 'C.- Trenary. Mr Trenary jg going through the clinic and Mrs Trenary is a patient at the Methodist hospital followin, operation. • * t'i'" { H '^ FenfonClubfo -Annual % fall ruwi« ttiage and food sale by the Woman's Society of Christian Service df 'the Fenton- Methodist church Will be Saturday, Sept. 27. Sale 6i rummage - at r the community center;will begin at 9 a.m. and .continue until 8 p.m. No mark- 'downs. 'Lurtdr' will be served beginning at 10:30. '•. PirSf of five' sessions irf^a ;§ehool of missions will, be' Sept/ 127 at 7 p.m."in Ffrst jMethodist church in Fenton. Instructor is the Rev. Harve> Walker* Fenton pastor. Other sessions Will be on alternate Sundays, Oct. 11 "and 26th and Nov. 8 and 22. ' Mrs E. L. Vaux of'Davenport was honored at a coffee party Thursday^ afternoon in the homo ;of Mrs Albert Mitchell. Others present were Mrs "Vaux' mother, Mrs L. J. Weisbrod and Mesdames W. R. Wolf, Charles Weisbrod, Ann (Boevers and E. C. Weisbrod. . Mr and Mrs J. Wood of Tempe, •Arizona have been ( visitmg in the Wayne Alderson* 'and' - Amanda Kern homes. t Mr and Mrs Harold Becker, Mrs Ralph Dugan, Kenneth Trenary of Burt, Mrs Emil Person, Lone Rock and Mrs-Floyd Duncan call',ed on Gerald Braces near Hayfield, Minn. Thursday ' evening when they were ' enroute home from Rochester, Minn/' i'; ' Jerry Reimers was Ihe lucky person whose name was drawn Friday evening at ' Fenton. 1 JLast, Sxndtfy, Rft arfd.Mjqi phris Baikl and ' Dennis 't6j*ethdr«iwith Mi\ ,van,d ^Mr^^n, /,!>«»i$$gn of 'lEnumcla'w', .Washington,' at)d also Mr -, and\ Mrs Adolf . Meyer and •fpmily of *Ripgsted,' v Mr ! anduMrs 'Chris Dahl and .Mrs Elsie'-Nielsen all of Tyler, 'Minh.i Mr and -Mrs Ray Farrell and family b'f'" i S"f. Paul and Marveleen Nielsen' ,of Minneapolis -, enjoyed 'a get-to T gether and' picnic, at New 'Ulm, Minn.. The D'an Petersens have spent the p'ast two weeks vjsiting tne pahls at Fenton and other relatives in Iowa and Minnesota.* , Mrs E. L. Vaux of Davenport is visiting her parents, Mr and Mr? L. J. Weisbrod. ' Mrs Emil Person of 'Lone Rock and two daughters, Patti and Mrs' Carlos Englcpy'ind two children o'f $wca City and' Mrs Floyd Duncan of Fehtori loft' Wednesday' Soon for West Union where they 'visited at" the Donald Nelson ,-home. i Mrs Nelson is a daughter "of Mrs Person's . and 'a n'iece of MF< Duncan's; "They also called at the home of Wm. Weg- rjer in .Decorah. Mrs Wegner and Mrs . Duncan were schoolmates and neighbors-. The Estherville Circuit Luther league, P.T.M. Banquet was held Saturday 1 evening at the' Inghan\ take Bible Camp. Barbara Halverson, P.T.'M. Secretary, was Coastanistr'ess. She is a member of the Blakjor Luther Leag'ue. .Erling Helland; Missionary in ,Hong Kongi Ghina, gave H short greeting, Roy". A.. I, 'Kv^mW#, Luther league President,- of Lake Mills',' gave .the address. . Mr and MrS Ed S*uhn left Thursday' tot a trip to- Wisconsin where thdy -will- visit relatives,They will be gone several days. The Sentril btirtd members- have decided to attend both the Algqtia and 'the Estherville Band Festivals.' On Moriday, they chose fewo band queens fpr" the festivals, .Judy Juhl i .will represent' the qand as Miss Sentral at Esther: Ville, and - NartejP FiscRer; 'will reign as Jif iss- e^ntral-, at Algona- Judy is Sentral?s,band Majqret-te and ' Nai>cy played a c\arit>et in e , .band, ^oth ', girls 'are sen- ' v Sentral, ' -, , v Einmii Rimers w«s« a gUe^ts; tij t"Ho Wftfred hooje at Spejteer, Mr -and K« BoVMUcholl and ^oanr*? and Mr and Mi's Albert Mitchell were Wednesday eve* Aing dinnpr guests *ih thp Rich-, ar4 Vn4 etl wood hoine. * Mr snd Mrs Max Hi*» .and family of ' day Fenton —'"The Town&nd try Womanfs^Olub.mefj^Eue/d* Sept. 1'5 in' v <''fVio ^rimo'Srlft* A/fi book and is asking lor recipea from any interested: individuals. Anyone ' in^erest^d in »entering' any recipes can sen,d them to^Mrs Eugene', lyiansager', Fen^oriv *;, or hand them to any club 'mentber! The clu'b asks that.these recipes be sent within 1 the next three, weeks 'as ihey wish to .have "it ready for sale by Christmas. TcJwels he'mnied by the blind were distributed 1 -to the members. Mrs Kenneth Johnson annbunc-' ed Hie 6th District Meeting at Pocah'ontas for Oct. 5. ,. Orders.for napkins were taken. ..Nineteen members answered roll call. Lunch was served by the hostesses. fi fo , ...; / in • trie' Clart home. Oct. 2 Opener r afit ,~-^ «. —J ,.. " iitzf - _ . f-6rtidn — S«niral High Will field its f if si football l«*m in hisioiit, Oct. 2, when fiat i<|uid tackle* Atmefrona;, lh*re. All games this yeat will be iswty frbw Bdmw as , the Seniral Held is ftef y« ready for plafr. ,- The game siatis ai 7:30 j)*nti ' L * Coach Waller* has 34 boys out, including IS seniors, 8 Juniors, 7 sophomores and 4 fteshmen. New uniforms'have beta received and are red jerseys and white pants and helmels. , TTit F«ffii .Bureau Spirrt sdng wfeg stsrii Br M« Eldon Rhodes, *' ' *~ "by fiafkV«, Mi* Arnold , Mit B«rtel Berkeland. :rs font Naif told abdut the _._3ary yaot sscheduled f<3t Sept. 30 to visiS the ,mum gardens, at fa^ibattt, Minh. Wdrfteh eligible fbrJHe tour from oUr dub are Meidames Eldon Rhodes, Ernest BerMand, DonaM Root, Eugene Huskainp, Gladys' Naig, Ted Nelson,. Bertel- Berkeland- and Earl Liifkm. ince Twp. Women (-•"'' , ••, M7 I NEED MORE '|i||||OESJ ij° cl «4Y» EACH for RSESHOE '> v'JfJ'4 1 ' " •" * rare>where they come * » j 4, * horse is nof S.A.AV-. Fenlon —Independence Mixers Farm Bureau- Women held their annual tea at the-Township hall Thursday, Sept. 17, with 16 present: Hostesses were Mrs Dale Voigt, Mrs Clarence Underwood and Mrs Earl Lufkin. Guests were-the County Chairman Mrs Tom Naig and the past county chairman', Mrs Joe Duh'n of West Bend. Chairman Mrs C. L. Underwood, was" in charge of the business meeting. • Mrs Duhn gave an interesting report of her recent trip to Washington 4 , D...,C.*...sponsored ,.by, .the Farm Bureau, 'A report on the Extension Family living program LONE ROCK NEWS Mr and Mrs Jack Qulhh spent the weekend at Pipestohet Minn, visiting Mrs Qiiinn's sisters. , , Will Ghristensen was a Sunday guest M''the Charles' .Mofriss' home., " ' and Mrs Herbert Gerlifig of Pleasant*. vllle, Mrs Flaig's M6ther» and" Mrs WiUiain-G^iif!r~<ffrid Mrs Willl^ni jFen&n slid eMldreh oi Dls 'MafflSS. ' "Tlie gfottp ,were Sunday sapper '^gufests, in Mi«s Mary Flaig'S home} f;>, Maurice Flalg, V^h'd'. C"ame:'h'brne -with Dennis was .also there,*. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thompson' returned home after a month's trip. Verdabelle Thomsen of Dallas, Texas, '"arid Kenneth Thornsen of Creston,\alo Glenn Hughes and 'family of Sac City were recent guests in the Andrew 1 Thomen home. Mr ' and . Mrs Carryl House* holder recently; Visited with Mr 'and Mrs Harold ' Goetsch and Garry at Masbh' City. ' NK HYBRIDS REALLY Why? Because every ear is big around, ' longer and has deeper kernels.. That's what gives you yield. ' • '<•'•,•. , And they've got a plant that holds that ear up . : ; a shank that hangs onto the ear;::and a root that keeps that plant from tipping. • . • : ' Just ask your neighbors ;:; then call today and / order your ' Northrup. .King , Hybrid Corn. •.'.'.,*, Art Zumach, Lone Rock, Phone 5-3690 Football Clinic, Sept. 28, Sentral Fenton — The Sentral Schools will be host to a Football Clinic on Sept. 28; in the Scntrol gymnasium at 7:30 p.m. A film on football rules will be shown, Demonstration of various phasea of football will be shown; such asj; equipment worn by the boys, ofrel^ive formations, introduction of the team, and many other interesting facts a'bout football, The students of Seh'trnl and the general public ave cordially invited to' attend this clinic. * J CAHD OF THANKS ' I want to thanjt everyone for the cards, visits, and other kindnesses shown us during my illness. Wilfred Mueller. 38* BIG or SMALL, NEW or USED '''"-'*'* a (.'•"" V .. 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