The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1961 · Page 10
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*-Alflona (la,) Upf.er Des Molnes Thursday, March 23, 1961 Vergene Norland Weds lone Rock Man In Fenton Church Fenten — In a beautiful wedd ing cerembny solemnized Sunday, Mar. 19, at 7 p.m. in St. John's Lutheran church, Yergene i Norland -. became the bride of Dennis Schmidt. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Olaf Noflaiid of Cylinder and the bridegroom is the sort of Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt of Lone Rock. The double-ring candle light ceremony was performed-by Rev. W. H. Friedrich. Nuptial music was played by Joanne Mitchell, who played a prelude of hymns, and soloist Susan Montgomery, Lone Rock, sang. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a dress fashioned of candlelight -Jacquard brocade over nylon net arid taffeta. The basque bodice was styled with a princess front panel, sweetheart neckline with small tailored bow. at the back and three-quarter sleeves adorned with tiny bows. The very full princess ft'ont into a wide circular chapel train. She wore a cloud veil of candlelight imported English bridal illusion, attached to queen's crown of peach blossoms and tiny pearl petals :n a scalloped effect. She carried a cascade bouquet of tangerine roses and white stephanotis. Hci jewelry \vas a pearl pendant necklace, a gift from the groom. Mrs Gene Planchard, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor, and Faye Hantelman, cou< sin of the bride, was bridesmaid. Maria Waite was flower girl. The bride's personal attendant was Susan Hantelman. The 'groom was attended by Rodney Priebe as best man, Arden Norland as groomsman and Allan Leaneagh as junior attendant. Ushers were Gary Schmidt and Allen Hantelman, assisted by Arnold Hantelman as senior usher. In attendance at the wedding skirt swept ; back from a flat were the grandparents, Mr and FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company J6HN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For, Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publicaiion Printed That Takes An Interest In Fenlon I LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans Arjd Auction Service Phone 233 ' ' Fenton, Iowa Mrs Henry Scheppman of Algona and Mrs Robert Schmidt of Fairmont. Following the wedding, a reception was held in the church parlors for 225 guests. Helena Meyer was in charge of the guest book. Dining room host and hostess was Dr. and Mrs John Waite. The beautifully decorated refreshment table' was centered with a large five tiered wedding cake baked and decorated by Mrs Russell Kauffman. The cake was topped with a bouquet of tangerine roses and green foliage. Punch was served by. Mrs Rob ert Smith and presiding at the coffee service were Mrs Melvln Norland and Mrs David Smith Serving the cake were Mrs Norman Bollinger and Mrs fritz Newbrough. Waitresses were Judy Frink, Becky Householder Judy Voigt, Judy Weiner, Mfiry Rbssitef and Sharoii Smith. In charge of the gifts were Mf3 Ladell Olson, Mrs Stanley 1 , Berkland, Judy Julil and Gail Hantelman. Kitchen hostesses were Mesdames Ed Mitchell, Arno Juhl, Larry Alt, Helena Jentz Rueben Luedtke, William Hantelman, Walter Jentz, Nc-rman Finnestad, Waller Pertl, Lloyd Sunde, Don Berklahd and Alberl Schwarzenbach. The bride and groom both graduated from Sentral High School. The groom is now stationed at Bergstrom Air Force Base in Texas. The bride will graduate in June from the Northwest Institute of Laboratory Technology in Minneapolis. Gaylord Johnsons Feted On 45th Anniversary Fenlon — Mr and Mrs Gaylord Johnson were honored Thursday evening at a party in their home in Observance of their 45 wedding anniversary. Clara Newel and Gaylord Johnson were married March 18", 1916 at Algona. Their attendants were the bride's brother, LeRoy, and Tessie Brown, now Mrs LeRoy Newel. After an evening of visiting Mrs Richard McCarty of Hartley poured for i buffet luncheon which she and her mother, Mrs Charles Newel, and her sister-in- law, Mrs Lyle Newel, had prepared. Guests were Mr and Mrs LeRoy Newel, Mr and Mrs Franklin Newel of Hartley, Mr and Mrs Truman Johnson and Terry, Mr and Mrs Merwin Johnson of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Lester Johnson of Algona, Mr and Mrs Ervin Johnson, Mrs Calvin Vaudt and son Randy, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson, Mr and Mrs Dick Jentz, William Jentz, Mrs George Jentz, Mrs Esther Frank, the Lyle Newels, the Charles Newels and Mrs McCarty. 'To Confirm Rev. Robert Eckelman will con- a . .class of a.m. worship hour Palm Sunday. To, be confirmed are -David, son of Mr and Mrs Fred Frink, Ted, son of Mr and Mrs Elmer Grie- nert, Barry, son of Mr and Mrs Winston Kerber, Allen, son of Mr and Mrs Ervin Schelming, Allen, son of Mr and Mrs Arnold Han- EVERYONE I LOVES A PAINT THAT... telman.-Inez, daughter of Mr and Mrs Rudy Hannover, Irene, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Beck and Joyce, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland. Rev. Harvey Walker will con firm a class of five at the Fenton Methodist CHurch Sunday morning. They are Kathryn; daughter of Mr and Mrs Clayton Ditsworth, Randa, daughter of,: Mr and Mrs Arnold Hansen, Ro- : ger, son of Mrs LeVon Steinberger, Dennis, son of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Laabs, and Tommy, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Yager. Friendly Neighbors The Friendly Neighbor Club' met March 15 in the home of Mrs, Bettie Ranney with Mrs Arlo Ranney assisting hostess. It was voted to spend $25 for new books for'the Sentral school.' Mrs Rueben Luedtke and Mrs Ervin Luedtke were in charge of the entertainment. Mrs Ray Dreyer's birthday anniversary was observed as the birthday oi ;he year. 4-H Meeting The Fenton Forwards 4-H Club ; met in the home of Jeanettej 'Joan and Marlys Wichtendsbl for; •ii Tli*»i» 11 l»iad I' __' ] ' &_. ^t_^ • _^L-.<t All . .at .tjfe . 10" •^JWrerrWbst "served, to the : rftoth'- ers. Roll call was answered by_ members of the club. Marlys Wichtendahl ; : •<*'-;( gave a talk on how to wash and store eggs. Joan Wichtendahl gave a demonstration on poaching an egg. Ayis Lettow, county home economist was present and showed slides on meat and salads. Mothers and leaders present were Mrs Milfred' Mitchell, Mrs Harold Wolter; Mrs Louis See- gebarth, Mrs Kenneth Bollinger, Mrs Eugene Vaudt, Mrs Ray Laabs and Mrs Ed Wichtendahl. Mrs Flcyd Torgeson of Bode recently underwent surgery at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge. She is the daughter of Mrs Lena Zurnach of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Hans Baago and Mr and Raymond Lister spent Sunday at New Pfdvidehtfls visiting in the homes of thefr respective daughters and families. The Baagos at the Howard Fuller home arid the Listers with the Frederick Marsh family. The Fenlon Township Home* makers met Friday in the home 6f Mrs Dale Wegner with Mrs Victor Dreyer assisting hostess. Fifteen members answered roll call. The lesson on soft floor cov- "6rings was presented by Mrs Roy Jensen and Mrs Milton Madisen. Mr and Mrs Henry TheefefieM and girls of Baldwin, Wisconsin Were guests in the parental Adol* ph Pertl home Saturday. Mr and Mrs Karl Schwartz of Rockwell City were Sunday guests in the parental J. A. Schwartz home. Mr and Mrs'Martin Ohm and Mr and Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer enjoyed a trip Sunday to the south West part of Idvfa to View the migration of the ducks and geese. Mrs Arlo Ranney was hostess to the Saturday afternoon bridge club on March 18th. Mrs George Murphy was a club guest. Winning prizes were Mrs E. W. Rus- Ice, Mrs Charles Newel and Mrs Esther Frank. . Mr and Mrs Waller Schmidt, LeRoy and Roger of Austin, Minn, were Sunday guests in the fred Mortensen home and then in the evening attended the Norland-Schmidt wedding. Susan ;Hantolman, student- at Abbott Hospital School of Nurs- irig, Minneapolis, spent the weekend in the parental William Han- ;elman home. Senfral Class Iowa Electric Shows Nice Gain During 1960 The year I960 was one of 'con- ;inued progress and expansion 'or the Iowa Electric Light and Power Company, which serves some towns in this area, accord- ng to the company's 1960 an- mal report. Revenues reached 144,492,983 for an increase of 1 jercent over '1959. The utility's net income was up percent for a total .of $5,216,390. The company . has a _ con- jnuous program of construction Beared to the long-term growth and increasing demands for elec- ;ricity, gas and steam. Additions ;o the company's investment • it> - I960 totaled $14,255,188, the greatest, amount for any one year in th'e' 1 history of the company^viAh average of more than $1,180,000 per month was spent during 1960 on construction. Sales to electric customers increased 6 percent over 1959 and sales of gas increased 6 percent over this same period. The earnings per share of common stock in 1960 amounted to $2.61, as compared to $2.40 pet share in 1959. Taxes were the largest item of expense to the company during 1980. The total tax bill of 8,987,240 included taxes of, $5,057. 000, property taxes of $3,740,000 and miscellaneous taxes amount-- ing to $190,240. White "nlood cells form a resistance against germs that enter the body. "HOMOGENIZED" PAINTS • No Mixing 1 No Stir* ring! • No Thinning! t No Running, Dripping or Splattering! • No Color Problems — choose from 900 Gilt Edge Charmony CoU orsl • No Settling or Harden* ing in the can when stored! New and exclusive Gilt Edge formula of specially blended Ingredients destroys point odors!—leaves newly paint' ed rooms smelling fresh and cleanl Get Satin Finish for walls , . . Safin Enamel for woodwork, FROM C29 PER GALLON FENTON LUMBER CO. FENTON, IOWA FELCO CHICK STARTER MAKES YOUR BIRD WORTH MORE ^. *> Your chicks grow faster t • . you earn bigger dollars on eggs and dressed poultry when you start them on Felco Chick Starter. It contains plenty of vitamins and minerals for vigorous growth. It is available plain or with Trithia« dol and 3-Nitro for disease control. Buy the best, for tb,0 lowest possible price. Buy Felco Chick Starter* """ CONTACT,., FENTON Co-Op Elevator Ih is Weekend ' ... ' , " k '' * Lone Hock — The senior class of Sentral High School will present the play "Take -Your Medi» cine" March 23 fenfii 54 at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium. . The play has a cast of 112 ''and centers arolittd tHe hilarious' antics til litfo bldoriy men whd are. foofriftiates 1ft ft hospital, provid» ing for good comedy and nevdr a dull moment. The cast consists of: Kermit Krueger, Muftel Nordine, Hef- bert &ratisfe, Janice Hannover, Susan Montgomery, Sandra lille- fson, Judy Berkland, Dick Petersen, Kern Yager, LfiVeda' Kohl* wes, Colleen Collins, Linda Tomlinson and Loveda Kohlwes. Mr and Mrs 'CUtude Wnitehill and Mr and Mrs HfardloV Angus of Algdna \vere Wednesday .evening guests in the 'Gerald Arigub home. The group celebrated the 16th birthday, of Jane Angus. Mr and Mrs Art Person visited Ed Hoppe, a patient in the Fairmont hospital, Sunday. Dale Schroeder, Junior Hurlburt, Ed Tigges of Burt,, Phil Inman of Bancroft and Duane Ha'-' begar of Lone Rock went to Rochester Thursday and were blood donors for JohnHy Hanna. The group visited Wilfred Radig who is a patient in the Methodist Hospital. Recent guests in the Dale Schroeder home were Mrs Bernard Tigges, Mrs Ed Tigges, Mrs Ber- THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 -,20216 ei'. nard Miller, Mrs Oufine •and^Hto Juftfor Mtfrlb lAdles suffflsed Mfs Dale Sch- Sftlder -afid helped,-b,er celetoate her birthday ,-, ; Mr and Mr! Henrk Mr ahd Mrs dSfvin Kl and Mrs' Roy Chfl§chiilei Fe'ntofl visited Ift tHr Bale roeder home Mfcnd*# - Mr tea Mrs ATMS • dorf visiled'-last ' StftWfoy * irt ItWe Kenneth Fischer hotiflJ-m Sltfu* .Rapids. They helped celebrate the birthdays of Scott' fctod fte>- Fawn Fischer, .their-igtatldchild- ' '" P, L.- person arid J&S Aft P"**son visite'd Ed HejSlfcfSR the Faff* .moftt hospital- TMlfSflaV. 5 Andrew;' fhtStoWbii; went ^ . ,. Thompsort afccohlpalSea him to Sac Gib 1 .where: she tlslttd in the OlefSn Hughes htflfleV, Mfs LeHoy *tieppif attended »a Dem6CrtftiS Wottiehs Luncheon at the Algotta -Country Club f uet- ;day afternoon. Mr, and Mrs Gerald Radig aftd Tlmmy were Friday evenJfig . caUefs 'in the Bud Alke home at •Titonka. ' : / • ' WE INVITE YOU TO LET US TALK OVER LOAN REQUIREMENTS WITH YOU. LOANS ARRANGED TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS AND BUDGET. BUY THE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES YOU NEED. ; WE WANT TO MAKE LOANS TO GOOD, SOLID, RELIABLE PEOPLE WHO' HAVE ADEQUATE COLLATERAL AND HAVE DONE AND WILL DO A GOOD JOB. 'THAT IS OUR BUSINESS! FIRST TRUST /' ' •-' ' .' ' : ' •AND . ' .'.. •: '•' '" -."•. SAYINliS BANK FENTON OFFICE TERMS TAILORED TO YOU! lOWVKLIi

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