Lone Rock girl weds Lone Reck — At the Lone Rock Presbyterian church Nancy Ann Fischer, daughter of the Delmar Fischers, Lone Rock, was married to Bill Shelton, soil of the Gleston Sheltons, Webster City, June 11 at 3 p.m. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Albert Bullock. Matron of honor was the bride's sister, Mrs. Larry Menz, Swisher. Best man was Wayne Deakman, Webster City. Ushers were Larry Menz, Swisher, Larry Johanneson, Robert Fortney and Steve Fischer, Lone Rock. Mrs. Milton Madison was the soloist accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth Jones. The candle lighter was the bride's brother Steve, Fischer. The bride made her own gown. A reception for 200 was/held following the ceremony .with punch being served under a big umbrella on the church lawn. Lunch was served t in' ; the church" parlors with Mrs. ; Roy Jensen and Mrs. Willis Cotton, as hostesses. Mrs. Floyd Faulkner, Eagle Grove, had the guest book, Mrs. Thelma Olofson, Stratford, served punch, and Mrs; Henry Angell, Barnuni, poured coffee. Mrs. Wm. Flinn, Jr., Earl Park, Ind., ,cut the cake and Mrs. Robert Jewell in Drake university for summer school work. ' David Behne, grandson of Mrs. Art Priebe arrived Wednesday from Denver to spend some time here. Father's Day guests of the Art Priebes were the Carl Pri- ebes, Fehton, Mrs. Rodney Priebe and two children, the Dennis Priebes, and David Behne Fenlon Auxiliary names officers Fenton • — The Legion Auxil iary held its June meeting a Gladys Straley's. They comple ted six lap robes to be sent t the Glennwood state school. Me mortals of $2 were given fo Carl Mortensen and Elizabeth Alaison, past national president of the Legion Auxiliary. The. served the cake. Waitresses were Mrs. Ray- - rtf ao .., - vvere °J * 2 * ,».were w'ooXard ° school. Election of officers was held: president, Gladys Straley; vice, Lois Voigt; sec., Myrtle Baago; treas., Florence Grien- ert; chaplain, Ruth Waite; Sg.t, Lois Voigt; historian, Susan Bruhn. mond Neswold, Britt, Mrs. Gerald Erpeldirig, Whittemore, Mrs, Lyle Seiser, Webster City, Miss Marjorie Johnson, Swea City, and Miss Marilyn Bellinger. Nancy Circle was in charge of serving. The couple left for a week in northern Minnesota and will live 'on a farm south of Webster City. The new Mrs. Shelton is a graduate of Iowa City and will continue teaching music at Northwest Webster school at Barnum. He is employed at Woodard Feed, Webster City. JUMPS IN AIR SHOW Tom Geitzenauer participated in an air show at Kern's Air Base at Ft. Rucker, Ala. He has made 33 jumps. He will be home about July 11 for a three week furlough. Mrs. Ed Blanchard and Garry Schmidt returned Friday ft- om Spencer. They accompanied Mrs. Gene Blanchard, Pat, Susan and Lori, on a two weeks trip in the west. They visited friends and relatives in Phoe? nix, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Sacramento. In Phoenix til* ey attended commencement at Cortex high school. Larry, son of the John Newbrpughs, graduated. They also visited Knotts Berry Farm and Disneyland in Los Angeles. The Merle Richards Britt, were last Sunday guests at Fred'k. Schultz's. The Jim Marlows spent three days at Okoboji as guests of Felco. Gary Rath has gone to Scran' ton for a week training for Bible school teaching »nd counseling. Mrs. Maude Blanchard left ATTEND SHOWER Mrs. E. J. Frank, Mrs. Don Shaw and Mrs. Howard Rabey and children spent last weekend at Bob Johansen's, Minneapolis. They attended a luncheon-bridal shower for Carol Shaw given by the personnel of the university of Minnesota pharmacy department. She is being married to Art Swanson, Taylor Falls, Minn., August 13 at the Fenton Methodist church. ATTEND WEDDING Mrs. Anna Meyer and Elsie Meyer returned from Sylvan Grove, Kan. this week. They attended the wedding of Eunice Peter and Dean Thaemert. Eunice is a granddaughter of Mrs. Anna Meyer. They also visited the Les Walters and James Wincklers. AT CONFERENCE The Hans Baagos and Eugene Huskamps attended the North Iowa Methodist conference in Mason City last week. U,l Choice Of Morrill Pride Beef Front Quarters Saturday with the Alfred §ehnl< tzes, Ottosen, for a few days at Okoboji. The Gary Sehvjltjses wer nit with them and Monday they left for a trip to California, The Harlan Blanchards were Sunday guests of the Gordon Blanchards, Mason City. The L#on Geiteenauers, Ventura, were Sunday guests of the Sunday evening supper guests of the Arnold Hantelmans were the Melvin Petersons, Portland, Ore., Norman Bellingers and BUI Hassel. The Petersons are Mrs. Hantelman's parents and were guests of the Hantel- mans several days. Renee Hau- telman accompanied them back to Portland for a visit. Guests of the Melvin Thiesens after the dance recital were the Bill Dreyers, Victor Preyers, Ray Uthofs, Norman Bollingers, Mrs. Pete Thiesen, Lakota, and Rita and Mark Luedtke. Rita and Mark were overnight guests of the Thiesens. The Kenneth Bollingers and Mrs. Sophia Wichtendahi were Sunday guests of the Wilmar WictotendaMs, Lone Rock. The Kaye Ruskes and Judy Eigler, Colorado Springs, Colo., spent last week with the Paul Eiglers and Dr. Ernest Ruskes. Judy just completed a year as . Kay Geitjenauer has enrolled speech therapist at the United States air force academy public schools and the deaf and blind school. 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