The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1948 · Page 13
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* *• Fenton Man Tabs Bride, May At Lofts Geek frenton—fn a beautiful candle light weddlftg Solemnized SUh- day evening, May 2, at-7:30 p. m., in the Immanual Lutheran chui-ch at Lotts Creek, Kathleen Ann, daughter of Mr, ahd Mrs. Art Rusch of Whittemore, and Vernon Dale Finnestad, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Finnestad of Fenton, were united in holy m'atri- mony. Rev. A. F. Otto officiated at the double ring ceremony. Preceding, the ceremony Wayne Broa8Iarid sang "Let Us river Walk With Jesus" and following the ceremony he sang "The Lord's Prayer". Me was accompanied by George Wolter at the piano. The wedding march was played by George Wolter. . Maid of honor was Mrs. Eugene Vaudt of Fenton; Bridesmaids Were Lorna Ruhnke and Marian Rusch, the latter of Cedar Falls. The flower girls were Helena and Lavofte Co'dy. . d Finnestad, brotfter of groom, was best man. Grooms- jfflcn ! were Howard Finnestad of Cylinder and LaVorne Nelson of £sthe.rvilie. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the home ol the bride's parents. The home, was decorated In pink and white streamers and Wedding bells, the bride's chosen colors. A three-tier wedding cake was the centerpiece of the bride's table. Miss Grace Mueller was dining room hostess. Waitresses, were Joan Finnestad, Joanne Meyer, Marilyn Rusch, Beverly Cody, Marlys Randa, Ardith Randa Mrs. Frank Seeley and Mrs. Melvin Berkland, The .bride received her education "In the Irnmanuel Lutheran school at Lotts Creek and bar been at home with her parents since completihg school. The groom attended Auguslana Academy at Canton, S. D. Since finishing he has been engaged in farming. Following a short honeymoon, the couple will be at home on the bridegroom's father's faTn. Out of town guests attending the wedding ahd reception were Mrs. Blanche Sjostrom and daughter Grace, Mr. and Mrs. Kalrner Randa and family, Es- therviHCj Mr. and Mrs, Richard Thacker, Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tunge and son David, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Nelsttn, Robert Johnson, Sioux Falls,* S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Weste^ gaard, Viborg, S. D., Wayne Broadland, Menno, S. D., Beverly Cody, Joan Finnestad, Canton, S. D., and Mr. and 'Mrs. William and family, Cedar Falls. Red Crdss Meeting A Red Cross meeting was held Saturday afternoon in the home of Mrs, Martin Hantelmann. Election of branch officers of (.he Fenton township was held. Chairman, Mrs. John Munch, succeod- Mcsdames trerinan Fairmont, Lorenz! Gad^ ' Anna Wehrspann, Walter Vaddt fcfcd daughter Ann ofl Whittemore, M. Meyer, Floyd Torgeson, Bode, Walter Krause, Martin Harttel* man, Calvin Vaudt, Jae Mattden, Jdhn Kohlwes, Gust Krause ahd Alex Radig. County C&ttlett Meef Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley attended d County Rui'al Carrier meeting in the Richard Berg home at Swea City on Wednesday evening. Gussfs At Osborns Wednesday afternoon guests of Mrs. Anna Osborn were Mesdatti' es George Jensen, Martin Jehseh, Ralph Jensen, Jens Halverson. Linus Jensen, and Jennie Jenseri of Ringsted; Millen Jensen and ing Mrs. Martin Hantelmannr ?? n Mark, Clarence Osborn, and Vice chairman, Mrs. Frank Behne Martin Wilberg. of " ANNOUNCEMENT I am a candidate for SUPERVISOR From the Third District Kossuth County Subject to the decision of the Republican. Voters at the Primary Election. LOUIS BARTLETT TITONKA • , succeeding Mrs. Ed Priebe; secretary, Mrs. Fred Newel succeed- in;; Mrs. Straley; treasurer, J. Wallace Smith succeeding the late J. A. G. Smith. There will be a Red Cross meeting in Algona 'on Tuesday, May 18. At Sister's Funsral Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 4, at Radcliffe for Mrs. Luster Hegeland of Ames. who was killed 3'/ 2 miles south of Jewel on highway 69 Saturday in a headon collision of two cal's. ' . Lorcn' Skarc, Fenton, a brother went to Ames Saturday and returned home Wednesday. Mrs. l-fcgfilanfl's six brothers were pallbearers. Mrs, Hegeland had aken her parents to their home in Radcliffc and was returning to Arnas at the time of the accident. Her parents are former residents of Fenton. and she is known to many of the Fenton people. 31. John's Aid Meets „. _- Seneca: Christina Jensen and Peter Jensen of Fenton. Infant Baptised Kae Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wciner, was baptized on Sunday in St. Luke's Lutheran church. Rev. A. F. Rehder officiating. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Naig and Mrs. Oscar Knudson. Mcve To New Home Mr. and Mrs. ', Duanc Widdel have moved into the home formerly occupied by the MerVin Widdel family. Ben Mitchell recently purchased the home from the Widdels. He plans to build onto the house making it considerably larger. Joan Finnestad, student at Augustana college at Canton, S. D., visited in the parental Norman Finnestad home over the weekend. . Monday evening dinner guests ) in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred of Lone Rock, spent Monday in Minneapolis. Mr. and. Mrs. Lloyd Berkland and family of Ringsled were Sunday dinner guests in the Ed Priebe home. Supciintendent and Mrs. V, J. Tatum, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanifan, Mr. and Mrs. Barker, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Halverson, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Lonfl, Mr. and Mrs. Lylc Newel and Helen Hunting were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver StoL-ber at the theater Tuwday evening. Following the show a luncheon was served in tho Stoeber home. Favors were cup cakes representing May baskets. Prettily decorated 'name cards were placed on the traya. Greenwood Girls 4-H Hbld Mothers Tea At Bancroft Bancroft —- The Greenwood girls 4-H club held their annual Mother's Tea at the Legion rooms at 0:00 Monday evening. Mary Celeste Bcrnhard was selected to go to 4-11 eatnp at Clear Lake with Theresa Meiar. Some of the members brought tho lunch and after the meeting each girl served her mother. St. John's Ladies. Aid met on £ewei we' r e M^and Mrsf Clay- tfednssday. May.5 in the church ton Ditsworth, M parlors Hostesses were Mfes-'j. Tatul H f -James Anna Meyer, A. H. Speth, Mrs Ten ^ Newel 1 ird -Tohn St'tiefker. Guests were M- •'.' Ij > (,« »» > V* I* t« it •• THEIR Balked and It Stalled in f. V ,- Jl . PJL< She Screamed and She It Jumped and i It Sputtered 1 • : ' - . ' He Cussed and He Muttered Now They Drive Contented You See They Have Wented TO Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Krause and family of Kanawha and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer • Krause ana daughter Sharon were Sunday dinner guests in the Krvii. Krause home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantel- man'and Mrs. Christine Hantelman spent Sunday in the Hilbert Haltelman home in Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. William Maas arid Vh-. r and Mrs. Henry Maas ol Scribner, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes of Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer, Rev. and Mrs. Friedridi and family were* iur.day evening iunui.oir gues:; :i Ihc Paul Ei^lcr home. Ktv. arid Mi-s. Bernard Nes:.-hkc nd Inmii/ of Fuherton, Neb. .x.e Monday ove:night guests i: he V/illiam Hantclman v home .licy were en route to Morris-:-) .ov/n. Minn., to vi.;it relatives. . Mr. and Mrs. Loren Barkei: ver'e Sunday evening guests in"; he William rfentelman home. :' Beverly Brooks of Iowa Falltf spent the weekend in the Melvin Mansager home. She had come to; Emmetsburg to participate in the music contest, being a member of* "the lowavF^jljs .band and gfe'e; club. On Sunday afternoon Mr; and Mrs. John Light took her home. They returned to Fenton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Anderson of San Diego, Calif., are visiting in the parental Fred Kuecker home. Mrs. Hoy Alford and son Mi- .'hael of Champaign, 111., arrived Wednesday morning for a visit in the parental Herman Gade home. Georgia Gerhart and Leroy Lee of Algona visited Monday evening in the home of Mrs. H Rcimers. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebe, Carl Prieba and Art Prie.be, the latter Ken. Dudr? and Chuck McGuire and Paul Weber spent Thursday at Austin, Mirn., at the James Doocy hom.". James Doocy is a nf.'phew of Ken, Dude and Chuck McGuire. Mrs. N. J. Schiltz was taken to a hospital at Fort Dodge Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bradley and daughter Virginia went to Dubuque Saturday to attend Parents' Day held at Clarke college. Jane Bradley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley, is a student a'. Clarke college. • . Tommv Hrdson of Algon; spent Wednesday at the homo o his grandmother Mrs. Perry Tor .•inc. Mi's. Verne Austin and Mere- di'.h and Mrs. A. H. Deitering and r :iaire were visitors at Fort Dodge Thursday. Betty, Patty. Donald and Kay Cogley spent Thursday afternoon at the home of their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Jo.e Kollasch. Dr. and Mrs. ^Ralph Pioer anc 1 Own Your Own Home Now low .Cost . . . High Value ,.Ycf «— It's good-looking, quality ^cqnstructcd— but it's in a surpris-. Provjjles a ' ?, be proud to own; Low price made posjibie by mass production and itandard design. Fully insulated, Warm in winter, cool' in summer. Easily and quickly erected of precision-built sections. Quality materials—strong, long-Jasting and neat-appearing. Available now. 20x32 or 20x40 feet sizes; plans to meet your needs; 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms; wirh or without basement. Come in — sot details. Mr. John Van Gerpen BELMOND HATCHERY Belmond, la. We Want to Deserve Your Business Permanently, Sales . DpOGE-PLYMOUTH ' South Phillips Street Service PUBLIC Wednesday, May Sale will be held in the Court Rpom, at the Court House, in Algona, Iowa, at 10:00 o'clock A, M. The building is a one story c |hree room frame cottqge, located on the corner of Oak and Church Street in Algona, Iowa. The proper eje«ripti°n,ef the property i$ lots 6 and 7 of Block 2 Calif Third Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa. dawn/ day pf ;a|e, Balance when possession is given which can be, had immediately. The Board of Supervisors reserve th» right to accept or reject any or fill bids. W. {.McDonald Chairman Board of Supervisors , - Kossgth Cownty, lewa daughters. Judy and .Sharon of Detroit, Mich., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Albert Deitering and family. Sexton School Are Hosts Pupils Sexton—The Sexton school pupils and teacher Miss Goldie Erickson entertained the Center school pupils and teacher, Marie Erpelding, at a school parly Thursday afternoon with a wein- er roast and other treats. The afternoon was spent with games. On Friday all classes were dismissed for the summer vacation. Tuesday, May 11, 1948 Visits A Daughter Mrs] Katheiine Esscr, Cylinder, visited the past several weeks with her daughter and husband the Martin Mimbach's. First Communion Dinner Joan Krieps made her first holy communion Sunday, May 2 at St. Joseph's Catholic church. Wesley, with 21 other boys and girls. After the mass a breakfast was held at the maternal grandparents, the Tom Forburgers, Wesley, for the immediate family, Joan, Mr. and Mis,. Ai Erpelding, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Youngwirth, Tommy and Kenny Forburger Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krieps and John Scheuer. Noon guests at the Joe Krieps home were other communicants; Donna Mae Bleich, Joan Krieps, Mr. and Mrs. N. j. Krieps, Georgie, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bleich, Margaret Ann, Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding, Ollie and Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Erpelding and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arend and Paul, Algona, Mr. anc Mrs. Tom Forburger, Kenny ant Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Youngwrth. Larry Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Al Erpelding and Mary Ann Mr. and Mrs. Jo? Mergen and family and John Scheuer. Visits Old Ffiends Mrs. Ella Hartley, who has been making her home in Britl but was formerly of here visited with old friends here Friday while visiting a few days at the Mr. and Mrs. Richafd Si Algona, visited Friday mother Mrs. Lena W O O L We are buying wool for the Commodity Credit Cflf poration strictly on commission basis-you get alkydUi wool is worth. Joe Greeiiiserg PHONE 118 FUNERAL HOME 'WHERE REVERENCE AND DTOXTTV ENSHRINE A SACRED MEMORY" Ambulance Service Day or Night Phone 11 Algone. Iowa SAVE PRECIOUS CORN GET'BETTER HOGS FASTER • AND SPEED THEM TO MARKET FASTER It's all there in one bag, ready lo feed ... not just ONE protein, but a BLEND of animal, vegetable and marine proteins for better results. 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