The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1961 · Page 19
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June 8, 1961 PubHth*d By 1h» Ujsptr DM Main* Publlthlrtft Co., Atftona, lowo MRS. JANICE STUCKI N«wt WHor Henry Langermans Wed 50 Years, Are Honored Fehtah — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Langerman celebrated their golden wedding anniversary, Sunday, 'at their home six miles southwest of Fenton. The party was sponsored by the couple's children,-Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lngerman of Fentbh, and Mrs. ahd Gerhard. Myers ( (R<iby) of LuVeftte, Iowa. Mrs. Fred Langerman of Sweti City poured at the buffet luncheon. Mamie Stigman and Hertr) Langerman were married at St Luke's Lutheran church of Faif- ville by the late Rev. Max. Fried- KILLS THISTLE ROOTS AND ALL Eliminates repeat spraying t$f thfetles...*aves you time and money FENTON Co-Op Elevator 1 - , * -" -'"" •':".'• " '- , •"' -*i I **•• r - -" • • '-; ; l FENTON, IOWA RayStoeber, Fenton's ' Our Own Hardware Dealer Says: „• I CAN'T PROM(SE '. J YOU WON'T FALL OFF ; *.':•! THE LADDER BUT- » »••!•••• t . ..«•••*' i personally promise you . "SUPERMIX HOUSE PAINTS will give you complete satisfaction or vour mon Superior Supermix features all the best qualities you want in a house paint: more coverage - a brushful spreads farther; intense hiding power - often makes a second coat unnecessary; longer life because Super- tax is formulated to withstand Northwest weather extremes. You can't buy a better paintl | fm» $6.49 «pw» f * STOEBER HARD WAR! rich oh July/11, 1911. Their attendants, now deceased, were Alvina Wehrspan and the bride's brother William. the Langermans farmed foi' iWo years in Canada, and various Hher places in northern Iowa, until they bought their farm in Palo Alto county where they lave lived for 43 years. Among the guests Sunday wert ,he couple's grandson, Gerald bangerman, and his new bride, the, former Angeline Hagebock of Estherville. Gerald and his grandparents believe in doing things Wlren thr- time is right, The elder Langer- mans had their party early be- tiause, "Mrs. Langerman said, by July 12 I'll be so busy with ber- rieS."'-Gerald and Angeline had planned 'to be married 'in June* but he got through- planting beans so they decided tq be married on Ma'y 27.-Since the bride's pastor was ~away;,th&' bridegroom's pastor accomrhodatefl them.-They were married in -an evening ceremony by Rev. Robert Eckelman in St. Luke's church Where Gerald's grandparents were married nearly fifty years ago. / > ,. •• St. ' John's Lutheran Fenton Youth Takes Bride • < .. 5 -t. •• Fenian i— Miss Angeline bock,-daughter of'Mr^and MM. Dale Rfiuhaftser o ^^ — "^ be6ame the bride Langerman, sort of-,«. Albert Langerman; • of r Saturday evening, :May 27, ;198l ( at 8:30'p.m.' in PairVillfe &, Lufc|s Lutheran chusdi". EeVerend-Rom 'ert Eckelman.'officiated at tne double ring ceremony. Mr. ana Mrs. Jack. Gerhart of. Feritpn, were the attendants. The bride ^was attired in a white nylon net street length dress with satin sequmed bodice. She wore a white ribboned ? veil and other white accessories. Her flowers were 'a rose corsage. -The bride was given in marriage by her stepfather, Dale Rauhauser. After the ceremony the groom s parents entertained the, following at their home: the bridal party? Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rauhauser, Mr and Mrs. Rortiayne, Hagabock and family, Mr. and 'Mrs. '• Bob Biblo' Boicourt, 11 of EsthemU and St. 'JOnns LiUineran Dime Jv" ."»•',J~ -; , p school' was'concluded Saturday Mr. '^Mr s . John P. for another year With, a record attendance-, of, 72. pupils. Th< teachers were Rev. and Mrs. Friedrich, Mrs. Harold Eimers Bonnie Jehtz, Jolene Mueller, Beverly 'Berkland, , and Mary Hantelman and were assisted by Marilyn Alt, Rebecc4 Hantelman Mrs. James Meyer and Lowel! Mueller.. .^ Si. Luke"s Lutheran church ai Fairvaie began Jjibie scnooi 911 June t> lor -i year oias up to inose tnrough sixtrt, graae. uaily sessions begin at 9 a.m. to 3:iu p.m. June b-9. Pupils at tit. John's Lutheran at JJepew will have a 12 day Bi- Dle scnooi beginning June u wiin sessions from 8 a.m. to'H:4& a.m. Pupils, will be those who have completed first grade through those who have finished seventh. Fenlon Methodist Youlh Fellowship officers met Friday afternoon with Rev. H. A.:Walke, for a planning retreat. The officers attending were .Don Yager, president, Wayne Stoeber, vice president, Nadine Weisbrod, secretary-treasurer and c,o u n c i ? members Trudy Huskamp, Peggy Voigt, Carol Shaw, Katheryn Ditsworth, Randa Hansen and Elaine Schlei. Rev. Walker was assisted by Mrs. Lester Weisbrod, 'Mrs. .H. A. Walker, Mrs. Roy Petersen,, Eugene Huskamp anr" Wilfred Stoeber. The group en "joyed a 6 o'clock picnic in thr park. "'•* Methodist WSCS mel June IsJ at the Methodist church parlors Mrs. Daryl Householder had the devotions and Mrs. Rex Wolfr presented the program 'with Kr>s Jack Gerhart, Mrs. Arlo Ranney Mrs. Clarence Yager» and > Mrs Wilfred Stoeber assisting. Guests present were Mrs. T. O. Lively Mrs. Willard Menz, Mrs. Harold Schlei and Mrs, Lyle Haack, Hos, tosses were Mrs. Roy Chrischil- les, Mrs. Ed Reimers and Mrs Harry Haase. The Meihodist Algona'Sub-dis trict youth rally was held Sunday in the Fenlon Methodis- church. Seventy-six youth • ant" leaders were present. Dr. Johr DeLong of Clear Lake was tin speaker. The sub-district officer." installed at the meeting wen Trudy Huskairm, Fenton. presi ^ent; Garry G'"ibam, AlTonn vice nrps'dent; Mar'tnret P"tp'- •;on. Ruthvnn. secretary; Bettv . Cylinder, treasurer anr 5 ,_,,,.. -. Hnnsen. Titon^a and Jnn: re KuHert. Emmetsburg, distric' and Michael, Fremont, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Langerman, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sheeley, Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sheeley ahd boys, Granada, Minn. The couple, left -for a wedding trip to 'the Black Hills and the Big Horn mountains. The bride, an Estherville high school graduate, is employed at Wool-: worth's there. The groom, a graduate of Sentral high school-01 Fenton, is 'farming, near Fenton on the Mrs. Peter Hayenga farm. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Berkland entertained for Mark's-,confirmation, Sunday, May -28 Rev. and Mrs W. H. Friedrich;' Mrs. Martha Mueller, Mrs. Clara Berklana, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Henriksen and family) Mr. and Mi*. Ari Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Muel; Jer and family, Mr, and Mrs. ATI Cody, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern arid 'family and Mr; and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sluckj entertained Friday evening, in honor of Julie's 2nd 'birthday. Those present- were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stucki and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne. ; Beth; Ann; Feye; daughter oi Thursday, afternoon, June Is Hie Pairville Ladies Aid..mpt PI Fairville with Rev. R, D. Eckel- nran having the devotions anr Bible quiz. Mrs. Martin Hantelman and Mrs. Gerhard Hantol- man were hostesses. Mrs. Burnette Heine, Mrs. Merle Voigt and Mrs. Franklin Mueller werr guests. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoebet were Sunday evening guests in the Ervin Kassulke home at Trimont, Minnesota. , ,._... Visitors in the Marold Schlei home Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Heifner. A dinner was held in hono; of Jim Sunde's confirmation. iv'.ay 2«. Those present were Mr. ana Mrs. Chas. Theesfield, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Theesfield and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bruhn and family all of Fenton Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clausen u Trimont, Minnesota, Mr. ant Mrs. Lester Thecsfield and fain jly of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfield and Mr. and Mrs. Bil) Nielsen ancl Bobbit; 01 Fairmont. Mr. and 'Mrs- Nels Sunde and Lillian,, Mr \and Mrs Ray. Sunde and family and Mrs I-Jpward Mitchell and Colleen a|t of gsihervjlle, Jim Petersen o' Ringsted -an4 Nancy Sunde Q! Minneapolis. ; Judy Eigler, daughter of MI and Mrs.'Paul Eigler was a meni- ber p| thiij graduating class <o the pstherville Junior College Thursday evening June 1st.- Mr. and M«, Raymond Ustei and, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfi spent the weekend at Osfealoosii The Listers attended the Listei reunion and the Wolffs relative?. Mr. »nd Iif jr§. |!ryio Kiiuse boys- went-Co-: p»s- MoJi^<M' ial Day to visit Lpren, Efe i§ employed in toe Federal Tax Of fice theie. y ial Day "cSsuaity.vShe was play ing at the home of a Mend, Marla Waite, Tuesday afternoon and pushed the glider on the swing set and then ran under it. The swinging glider struck the left side of Beth Ann's head cutting a gash that required six stitches. Chuck Kern and Lynn Menz left Saturday for Idaho where they plan to work for the U. S Forestry Service. The tentative plans are to work at St. Josepl National Forest near St. Maria Idaho. They rode 'to Idaho with David Fenske, a friend from Blue Earth. Minn. ' • Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and Na^ dine went to Sioux City Thurs- aay to bring Pam nome. Pam has just completed her sophomore' ye-ar in secretarial studies a iviorningside College. Ke. and Mrs. Fred Mortensen, Adolph Mortensen, Swea Cuy, and Hans Mortensen, Ringsted, attended the funeral of Emil Pope at Moline, Illinois on Wed nesday, May 31. Mr. Pope is i brother-in-law of the Mortenset brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Waile anc' Tamara are at home in Fentoi for the summer. Jerry has com pletcd his third year in veterinary medicine at Kansas State University in Manhatten, KunS Mrs. Waite's father, Walter Wegener, Was been very ill in tin Emmetsburg hospital for severa weeks, A/2c Garry Bleckwenn will bo home June 9 for a thirty day leave. He is stationed at Altu; Air Force base in Oklahoma. The annual planning meeting of the Methftdist Church Offictel Board was held on JuftS 7. ' Mts. Frank Latthard and Edgat Helmer, Chicago, Cam6 ' Monday to get their mother, Mrs. Margaret Helmer, who has Been a Ca- lient in 'the Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, for several weeks. Mrs. Helmer's sister of Chicago, who has been Vlsitin? here and at Buffalo Center with relatives, aetom'pahled. therr home. H&nty Li'ncSsey, former F«ntor citizen, has been living in Fair- niont with his sister, Mrs Dick Umsted. Janice Stuck! Is Correspondent, Fenton News FeniOtt — Janice Stucki is the new news correspondent in the Fenton area for the Fenton Reporter pages of the Upper Des Moines. She replaces Mrs. Ardeth Halverson, who has been news correspondent since the Reporter publication was taken over by the Upper DCS Moines, some years back. • ' v . Mrs.' Stucki will appreciate your news items and news leads, Mrs. Halverson who assists in the Fenton Postoffice, where her hus band is postmaster, felt she did not have adequate time to give to news collection, especially since her daughter, who had assisted with the news, will not be home for the summer but will be employed in Minneapolis. Fenton Bank Adds A Bench To Facilities Fenlon — There is anothei new touch to the exterior of the Fenton office of the First Trust & Savings Bank. Some weekf back the front was painted in a pastel color, and now a fine new bench as been placed in front of the bank. Half of the bench is in the sun, the other half in the shade undei a new canopy, so sitters can take their choice. The bench itself is of the "St. Petersburg" variety, and as comfortable as any bench of similar construction, anywhere in the world,- according to Gerald Voigt, manager of the bank. He adds that' it has been'. care.' fully checked for slivers, also. A picnic dinner was held i' the Fenton park Saturday nighl in honor of the graduation o' Beth, daughter of Mrs. Jes: Newel, from Mankato State Teachers College, and for the T O. Livelys, Anahuac. Texas Guests included Mrs. Reta Eigler, Mrs, Richard Goetsch, Agnes Goetsch, Mrs, Florence Behne,,Mrs. Jess Newel and Beth, the T. O. Livelys, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and James. Mt. and-Mrs. Frddi Browft o; Masdn City spent Tuesday witi; their Sbtt ahd daughter-in-law Mr. and Mts. Eldon Brown, and the S; E. Straleys. Mt. ahd Mis, J6e MeGoveih Jayne, Merry, ;Ruth and Pattj Colleen of Rtceville came Monday for the Flfst Mass at St Michael's Church, Whittemore of the Rev. Maurice E. Krmtse. The McQoverns, former Fentoi lesidents, also visited Mr. anc' Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Other guests at the Wb'isbrods were Mrs. Robert Krause and John. Mrs. Krausi and Mrs. McGoverh are niece; Of the WeisbrOdS. tit. and Mis. Einest Vottelei and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ehm, the latter couple of Des Moines, returned Tuesday from-a fishing vacation at Port Arthur, Lake Vermillion, Ltoc Seul, and English River, Canada. They reported" the fishing very good. ; FOR SALE — Building, 16x28, 8 ft. high, two walled, partitioned, asphalt shingles. To be moved. Will hold 3,000 bu. of grain, or suitable for worshop, garage, etc. To be moved. Priced to sell. Fenton Co-Op Elevator, Fenton, la. (23) Thursday, Jons 8, 1961 AlgottaUa.) 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