The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1961 · Page 12
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March 1, 1961 ApHI 20, 1961 Joanne Mitchell, FentoiTI j***"' Is Bride Of April 16 ' 06 •— In a pretty wedding dal illusion, and carried a cascade NOfSfi5 I Sunda •**"••**'•* Fenion .„ „ performed Sunday afternoon'at 3 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran church in Femton, Joahne Elaine Tfitchell became the bride of Thomas Everett Manley. The oride is the daughter" of Mr. and Airs. Edward Mitchell of Fenton and the bridegroom is .the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Manley at Armstrong. , The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. H. Friedrlch. Miss Efeie Meyer was organist and Mrs. Eugene Meyer soloist. the church was decorated with tW6 altar bouquets and 'two floor baskets of blue and white flowers. There were white bows on the paWs. The bride wore a gown of hand .c'ipped chantilly lace over foundation skirt^ of net and taffeta. The gown was' styled with a sa, w ••— -• «v WU.T j.^,u WAI,*! a Da- I ^w at uiic r efl bnna neckline .trimmed With se- at" Armstrong. bouquet of blue carnations and white roses. Mary Alice Rossiter was maid of honor and Joanne Lufkin was bridesmaid. DeMaris Uithof was flower girl. Chester Dunn was best man and groomsman was David Looft Ushers were Orin Aanonson, James Henriksen, Larry Biersitedt and James Biersitedlt. Fol'owing the Wedding a reception Was held in the church parlors for 300 guests. ' The couple planned a week's trip to the Ozarks, and upon their return will live at Fenion. The bride graduated from the Seniral Community School in 1980 and is employed ait the bank in Armstrong. The bridegroom graduated from the Armstrong nigh school in 1958 and is employed at the Farmer's Elevator Co. quins, long sleeves of lace,ending with poinits at ithe' wrist; The front of .the skirt had a wide lace flounce; topped with bias band of taffeta ,and a b'oW. The full b'otif- -. ----- , — . — _„... .».„. it<il uutti- s pas wee. n on fant ovefskirt of lace extended in . day evening Rev. Ismir spoke and ' The Hev. arid Mrs. Samih Ismi of Tomahawk, Wise, were guests in the Ernest Berkiland home sev eral days ithis past week. On Mon . . smr spoe an a chapel ,tram. She wore a Queen's showed slides of ithe Holy Land .crown of cryatals, attached, to- a I at a special program at Si. John's cioud veil. of white. English bri- Lutheran church WHEEL DRAWBAR > EASY ONE-MAN OPERATION FORWARD FOLDING FOR NARROW GATES ... ROADS MODEL NO. 850L HARROWS Time Saving, Work Saving ... Modern Mechanized Forming At Its Best CI5TRIBUTED tf Weisbrod Implement FENTON WE INVITE YOU TO LIT US TALK OVER LOAN REQUIREMENTS WITH YOU. LOANS ARRANGED TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS AND BUDGET. BUY THE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES YOU c«,, WE WANT T0 ^^ L OAN JJ»?' «»AB« PEOPLE WHO £?n T L C A U . ATERAl AND HA V £ WILL DO A GOOD JOB. TO GOOD HAVE Wt- DONE AND THAT IS OUR BUSINESS! FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK FENTON OFFICE TERMS TAILORED TO YOU! Fenton At Laabs HojYle — Fenton' Forwards 4-tl -iuo mdt 4n the n6m&* tit Jackie ..aaiM on iviarc'h Itfth.. Re nu* answered by twelve iers. Santiia Steyte'aitli gave a uik on ''Why It Is -important to ciiiv meat" Karen Se>gaba»Un gave j. !ia.i«. on "v^nai ait meat auer- naies and how cart they be uaea >n our aier". Jadiie Laaos prec- ntfltea a aoirtoiiiHiaii.ou on : 'broil beef patties". 'Lunch Publ!*hid By tfi« Upper Oil Maine. Publishing Co., Algeria, MRS. ARDETH HAIVERSON -M«vv* Golden Wedding FSNTON - Kathleen Ruth Mc- uovern, above Second Lieutenant in the U.S. air force nurse corps, left Minneapolis April 15 tor Montgomery, Ala. After a 3 , . week course in air force medical service she will be assigned to the base hospital at Williams Base, Chandler, Arizona. Miss McGovern is ithe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGovern Riceville, Ir., former Feinton residents. Her maternal grandparents were the former Alice Kresensky of Algona and Arthur Weisbrod of Fenton. both deceased. A graduate of Riceville high yi 1 ^ 1957 ' Miss M cGovern at- ended Drake University and graduated in I960 from Mercy Hoi- Hal school of nursing in Des tomes. Urttiil now she has been staff nurse at Mercy. She is the third of the twelve McGovern children. Eldest of the twelve is Mike now in his fourth year of veterinary medicine at Iowa State University. Next is Joam who was married "last fall. She is the only medical technician an the r* search laboratory of the college of derttistry at ,the University of Minnesota.- She'and her husband a student at ithe University live in Minneapolis. After Kathileem, comes Arthur a machinist at the John Deere ylamt in Waterloo. Mark,' 20, is a ;ophomore at Loras Col'lege, Du- juque. James is a premedical stu- Jent at the University of Nortre Oame, South Bend, Ind. Still at lome is Terry, Merry, Jane, Jon, Ruth and Patricia Colleen. The McGovsrns formerly lived an the farm now occupied by the Albent Langerman family. Fenton Group Names Two For State Meeting Fenion—The -.Fenton Forwards -H Club met in the home of iane Vaudt April 15.. Roll cali . was answered by 11 members. | Jackie Lnabs was chosen as dele- i "=»tp to the State Convention. I Jackie Laabs and Bonnie Jentz were elected to go to 4H Camp •' at Clear Lake. Eec;y Wolter gave a talk o ways of getting milk into our diet. Joan Wiehtendahl gave talk o\\ different forms of milk on the market and how they are used. Karen Seegebarth gave a demonstration on how to prepare a relish dish and Diane Vaud' gave a demonstration on how to make a \\ hite sauce. FTA Meeting Is Held, Ringsted Hingsied — The officers of the District future Teaeuors With thoa- rcspoc'uve sponsors, headed oy the District Sponsor, Mrs Jarr.es A. Sorenscn, held their .spring planning meeting ot Bun April 15. Plans Wore made! for the FTA District Fall convention which wilPbc held Jn Algona Sept 30. Janet Anderson, cf Ringstod and Sheryl Voetmann of Llncoln-On- tral of Qruver weie rtorhmated.as prospective candidates for y le jj'fKics of pcus.dertt and corresponding ssc»Uiary, respectively. The state vocal and rr.ts.iic eon- test was held'.Friday and Saturday a; LaKota, wHh R.ngsted Winning 14 one ratings and 8 seconds Robert Mclntatf and Philip Ladi- elt are the.directors of U.e vocal Legion Auxiliary The Legion Auxiliary met Frilay, April 14, with Mrs. Hans Baago. During the business meeting, conducted by the president, vlis. Merle Voigt, it was voted to :end $2.50 to the Mental Health Institute at Mount Pleasant. Gift irtjcle-i were sent to Knoxviille or the Knoxville Carnival: Dis- •ussjon was held on the annual plant and flower sale. It was de- :.cied to hol'd the plant and flower ale on May 20ih this year This •'..?"' e wcek earlic « - than the u^ual Mrs. Levon Steinberger is the icppy chairman, and more details eoncei-nmg the poppy sale will be published iit a later date. , The May mming will be with Mrs. EliTier Gricnert. Mr and Mrs George Sherman of Oskaioosa returned to their home Tuesday after spending the weekend in the home of Mrs Shermans brother and sister-in- law, Mr and Mrs Raymond Lister. Mr and Mrs Garner Hockney of Mason City 'were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Raymond Lister. Mr and Mrs Otlo Hanson of Thompson are observing their golden wedding anniversary this Sunday, April 23. Open house will be held in the afternoon from 2 to 5, and friends and relatives are invitod to attend. The f-vent is being planned by their children. Mrs Adolph Hansen of near Fenton is a daughter. ' The Tenion Progressors 4-H Club had their April meeting at the home of John and Pnilip Ruger. In addition to the regular business meeting, the project enrollment reports were distributed. Club leader Herschel Hartman brought a collection of seeds for the boy's to identify. Lunch was served following the meeting. The Lutheran Layman League of St. Johns Lutheran church are sponsoring a Farther-son banquet at their church Monday evening, April 24. Rev. W. H. Discher of Estherville will be guest speaker. -- -- T —-=---- and John Kramer were married April T?Yn^"rf <= S L , utheran church at Ringsted and farmed the Ringsted—Seneca area for many years. • Mr. and Mrs. Kramer are parents of seven 'children Leo of Denver, Colo., Beatrice (Mrs Albert Gillespie), Windom Minn Har land of Ringsted Bernice (Mrs James Hatten), Bancroft LiUlan (Mrs Everett Johnson), Ledyard, Harold at home and Llovd in Laos in - V UDM r Engra T v^gf 0 haVe 18 ^ randchildren - (Marie Hansen Photo states before leaving for horn July 30. Bora is a Moslem and observes he discipline of his religion even hough he is far from other Mos- ems. New Telephone Books For 1961 Nearly Ready Fenion — The new 1961 Fenton telephone books will be ready for distribution within a few days. The '61 books will have an imitation leather tan cover and contain afr pages, including several pages #1-listing frequently caMed numbers by subscribers. The advertising section is again printed on yellow pages, i'he fore part of the 6ook contains the Fenton listing, and the back part of the book has the Lone and Ringsted numbers. Gilbert Scribner Sr. is secretary of the Fenton telephone comipamy, and the advertising portion of- the book was handled by Mrs. .Bill Hantelman. Processing is being done in the plartt of the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co .in Algona. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* Injured In Fall Mrs. Blanche Hiukamp is hospitalized at the Holy Family Hos- P'tai at EslhtTvilIu following a at the home of her daughter, Mi's. Ralph Weisbrod. At first it • ••* believed, she suffered no fixtures, but fuiUier X-ray revealed she has two fractures of the pelvic bone. Mrs, Clayton Wolff and infant ••'•>i'!<liU-r Wendy Lou were honar- «1 at a party Monday evening in |"o h. K. Stialey home. Assisting hostesses wei'e Mrs. Lou Pauhen and Mrs. William O'Brien. Twen- 'v euwts wt-rc in attendance. Following a social evening, Mrs. Wolit opened the many lovely Mrs. Ernest Voileler, pf Fentpn and Mrs. Kmest Berkland, rural Cylinder, recently represented the Independence Township Mixers Club on a trip to Des Moines sponsor! d by the Palo Alto County Farm Bureau. Among the twenty six women on the tour wa.-- Mis. ..An, os Berkiand, rural Cylinder, vice chairman of the county Faun Bureau Women's . Mr. and Mrs. Donald Void and uuiiily ol Lake Mills and Mr. and Mis.^Lyle Hansen and Greg were .Suud >y dinner and supper guests in ''!'• S E. Straley home. Jane Ruger, student aj low^ Slate Univt-jsuy. spent the \vc-ek- end visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs John Huycr, and she also attended the Mitchell - JvJanley wedding at Fenton Sunday afternoon. IP IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT Community Club Hears Foreign Student Speak Fenion — Thirty members ;it- lendpd the April meeting of the Fenton Community Club held Monday evening. Following a short businrs- rni-ctinu, they hoard a talk by Bova Pc-rvaine, an exchaneo student from Turkey. He is a'senior at Algona high school. He is sponsored by the American Field Service and while in Algona lives in the home of Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourne. Bora's home town is about the size of Des Moines and there are • : ibout 3000 students at his high school. There are no school sponsored dances or parties, and the young people wait until they arc- much older to date than they do here. At his Turkish school, a student carries 4 subjects during the school year. At graduation in Algona he will rerivc a bonafide diploma but when he goes home he will need nine more subjects for a Turkish 'diploma. He plans to go to Washington, D. C. to take college m Turkey next January without making up the subjects He leaves Algona in June and _ to do some traveling in the TWO IMPORTANT REASONS WHY GREEN Colonial is your best furnace buy: Skilled workmanship, and engineered fuel economy. Payment plans. STOEBER HARDWARE dealer for Fenton and Vicinity THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa . i.X. L.'Oii • i(! ;. ' ... . 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 FELCO PIG GROWER WILL GROW FASTER GAINS That's an honest fact! For this highly efficient pig growing ration has everything needed to grow fat healthy pigs fast. It is a complete ration that contains a high level of antibiotics and should be fed from 25 to 50 pounds. 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