The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1961 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1961
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Thursday, June IS, 1961 Judy Juhl, David Dreyer Wed At Depew, June 11 Fenton . i- Judy,' 'Ann .tun! daughter of Mr. ahd Mrs. Arno Juhl, became the bride of'Davic Dean Dreyer, son of Mr. anc Mrs. Frank Dreyer, Lone Stock in a double ring ceremony, Sunday evening, June 11, 1061, at 7 o'clock in the St. John's Lutheran church ^in DePew with Rev Oliver E. Johnson officiating. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired . in a bouffant, style dress of bfoogded' 5 -satinf iwith, appHquec •and seeded pearl trim. Her fin- get tip veil was held in place by a pearl beaded crown. She earned a cascade bouquet of r,ed roses and stephonotis. While her only jewelry wtes a> tier drop pearl necklace, a gift of'the groom. Joanne Dreyer, sister of the groom, was maid of honor and Bonnie Juhl of Hayfield, Minn., cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid.'.Valerie Fanning of West Bend was .the flower girl.> Jackie Dreyer of Humboldt, cdusin of the groom was ringbearer. Mrs. Art Juhl was personal attendant to the bride. The, groom's attendants were Terry JUhl! and Terry Tieman of Burt. Ushers were Allen Juhl, Hayfield, Minn., uncle of the bride and Roger Dreyer, Sioux City, cousjn of the groom. The soloist was William Hantelman and Mrs.' Oliver Johnson was organist. t . Faye Hantelman, Judy Weiner arid CaWll Jdttanh&en ippened: the? lovely; ;glfts I tsufd ' Mrs.f "D^enni:! SglfnM'djt | of Minneapolis! Was t in; chjarp 'of Hhe^vjesf book 1 .-,' ",tf ftfdrb.krWuse and JCaren Hengel" pBesldedsa!t»^th 1 ei Clinch, bo'Wli Mrs! 4hheth " WensoV f Vf' ,Mator! CIty| aunt bf the brW and Mrsi Dfarrel *Dreyer *cttt f (He? We'ddrng cake and Mrs. Wayne Smith of Graettinger,' aunt', 'of- the • bride and Mrs. Art Kra'use poured. The dining room host and hos^ tess were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Solberg and the,kitchen.hostess- > fti' "jI J *{ i es were Madanies William De Wall, Ray.Priebe, Albert-Mitchell, Olaf Norland, Paul Vrfgl William Wiener, Arnold Naig, Marvin ; Luedtkef 'and { Thdaias, Hamilton. The table Waitres*se^ were Jerilyn, Juhl, Jacqueline Pricbe, Cheryl Gross, Judy Voigt, Rebecca Householder and Sunde. Out of town guests werS ttftt, and, Mrs.' Elm£r TVtoore and -Mi?, and Mrs. 'E"d Moore' Hpllendale, Mirin 1 ., Mr. l ahd '• \ Mrs.' Wayne Moore and family, Medford, Min» nesota, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Williams and family, Waltham, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. -Hein Oldert Gail and Faye arid Mr'.-and Mrs. John Stegenga' of Albert. 1 Led, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Juhl and family, Hayfield, Minn., Mrs. Hube Haag artd Evelyn, Mr. antf 1 Mrs. Wm. Juhl and Jerilyn, Mrs. Joe'Naig; "Mr. and "Mrs, Thomas Gjerde and JVIr. and Mrs. ,Thomas Hamilton all of Emfnetsburg, Dr. and Mrs. N. R. Ellsworth of Estherville, Mrs. Mina Smith Graettinger, Mr, and Mrs. Roland Boeck and daughter and Mr and, Mrs. • Richard ^Hengel iant Karen, Amboy, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dreyer, Sioux City Vlr. and Mrs. Duane Dreyer Jackie and Jimmy, Humboldt, Jimmie Hantelman,, Tyner, Canada, Mrs. i Agnes'Foley, ; Burlington, Mr. and, Mrs. Bill Hood ,and John, Algona, Lloyd tetticord, • report on the,"Lutheran hiens Missionary League rally, ai Whittemore. The gitests were MM; GleV Flint', 'ahirftoffih,' Mrs. Aria Ra'^iney, Mrs. Dennis Long Mrs. Wayne Boeticher and Mrs Vfrgil Bprchardt, Quests in ihe Clifford Douglas home Sundayt\yere*Mr. and Mrs, Fred Douglas/, Rodman; Mr. and Mrs., Lyfe' tfbuglas, Colleen and Dohna 1 of "• Curlew and Ernest Douglas ,of Mallard. Mr, arid ,'M*si 'Hifypnond Lisle* were 'Wedriesday %Vening dinner guests in the Charles "Weisbrod home. Mr. and Mis. Alvin Zumach isited friends arid .relatives lii _ " 'Mrs. *"f" . i-t- > y*»-*« i »H'I i .Mrs. '.' Evertl Dreyer'aW U&) fearoi^ Elmlrs as hostesses. Rev. Friedrich conducted a s quiz, and led a discussion on' the quiz. Plans were made to attend' ai guest? «dayj^t' St. John's LuflierpA '"Aid; of Hurt 'on June 21. Mrs. Frank Seeley gave > M ROBIN HOOD FLOUR VVith the Valuable'Coupon Here'. 1 Sep Back D««A^« c & Hpme sectioh^ With This STORE :: •' •• ' •''. j- 1 •*.•'. -:•>;.• •• :•.• , , 'M*., and,Mrs, ,T;,Oi.Llv^i;'and Twfs. "Jesse" Newel and Beth .'Ann Were 'dinner guests in the Clayf ton Ditsworth home Tuesday June 6. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck. Lensing, . Plaihes, * ill., ' were -dinnef jues'ts irt'the Burnett Heine' nome Wednesday evening, June 7. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lively left Wednesday, 'June 7 for home and reunion of former residents 01 Dddge,! iTeka.s' "at" Doage, Texas. Irt; August the Livelys wiU at;end the national Lively' fimily reunion at Huntsville, Texas. The Texas ; branch- is host this year and. Mr. Lively is president. • Mrs. Marion Stucki spent sev ( eral days.lastj wpgkivisiyngywith her bar^iits, Mr; and MrsijFloyd •%rrj*irf 5Ura^eca, P MiM^b > ;'Mr. and Mrs. Lewis J. Weis : - brod •. visited 'over .the weekend at Jefferson with the Kern Ele- ricks. The Wljibr'ods daughter Gladys (Mrs. fEfeHbk), ig-very ill in .the hospMf 'tne%.' "'.'! > " The Depew Circle met Thursday,' June the home of Mrs. Amer Cody. Mrs. .John Finne- tt Rites AfFenfon rts Mitchell 'thejBibje . .sttfdyv; Guests ! Mr*5 • Ol 1 ''" ft •& Mitchell L«?uis -.Neighbori ^ ithe met '/Jof 'Mrs. KeTibpth Bollinger with Mr£. Al IWfllret't! assisting hBtess. v^Mrs. FENTON __ ••••• • •••••••••••••••••»«••!••»•••••• Baler Twine JAVALEE & MAPLE LEAF See Us For Your Baler Twjne Needs FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR ••••••••••••••••••MB FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE _ FENTON, IA, THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBR00 Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and QEHL EQUIPMENT Bu*. Phone 3 Rw. Phpno 60 HANTEtMAN BUILDING SERVICE Per Building - Remprfeling PHONE 1?5 »r 17 Dr, E, W, Ruske PiNTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fentpn, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In LIOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa Bessie Hartman gave a reading. "There is a Magic hi.the Won? of Praise." The"' club* held their •white -.elephant. with Mrs. AVj {Prieb^e acting as auctibneer The' guests present , were Mrs. Norman, Bollinger, Mrs.' Wayne Bollinger and Mrs. Ottp-/Wich- tendahl. <• 5,r-»»-'* l r | ! Valaine, ( daughter' of -Mr. and Mrsi" gMerJe'; Vpigt .'hadf : ,the ,mishap of breaking'her'left larm. Sat-- u'rday evening While'-playing at the ; park.; ' : • ,- •:•••. : • • Sp4 Keith Bollinger has returned to th'e'United'States from France for a-• thirty day leave He will, then i ,be -stationed in .Washington. .; . Mr. and Mrs. -Roger- Dreyer from Sioux City spent the weekend witH Mrs. Everett Dreyer. Sunday .'evening they atended the t Juhl-Drcycr wedding.; Jloger ; Is riitfchdingi._, summer t school at 'Morniiigsjde College. : Mrs. Everett Dreyer entertain- end nine.ladies at a coffee party for Mrs) !Alvin'Zumach Thursday evening; . ; , •' • .'-, '. ..Mr. and Mrs. Russell Geronsin and family .of Clinton and Martin Mortensen of Erie, HI., were weekend visitors, at the hornet of. Fred Mortensen :a'nd Roy Peterson, They ; returned home Sunday morning accompanied by Chris Geronsin, who has been visiting for several weeks in Fenton. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne visited at the Russell Uycrs home in Swea City on Sunday, Susan Hantelman, a -student nurse at Abbott School of Nursing, Minneapolis, spent the weekend visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willjarn Hantelmian. Susan will be-capped Friday,'-June 18. Mr, and Mrs. John Gramenr were dinner guests in the Leroy Bruns home at Titonka EJunday. Mrs. W. W. Jolley and Judy recently returned home after spending three weeks at Sawbil! Lodge near Tofte, Minnesota. They also visited in Two Harbors an,d Duluth. » ' ' Eenfon -- Georife tt.' Je'^tz o rural Fenton died ThufsdaV June 8, at the Holy Family hos pit^l, in Estherville. 'He was 82 He jhad been in ill health 'since March and hospitalized ' seve'ra tim0S. He was taken to the hos- rjifsfl Monday. Death was attributed to leukemia. , Services were" held Stfnday at St. ''John's Lutheran church -ir Fenton with Rev,' W. H. Friedrich officiating. 'Pallbearers w"ef"e Maynard Jentz, Donald SimmonS, James Jentz, Wm. Jehtz, Jr. Franklin Mueller ,and \Roben Hanna. • ' '• ' - iv V., Thomas Funeral Home was 'in charge of arrangements, and burial was. in the church cemetery. - 'He was born Jan. 16, 1899'a( Fenton the son of jthe William Jentzes. ' ' • • : 1 '> ', • He was'married to.Hele'h"WbIf- gr^am May 0, 1923 at Fenton. The couple farmed two miles north east of Fenton. - ' ,H? was a member of St. John's Liitheran church. , , " y Survivors Include his wife! two sons, Mervin and Gerald of Feti- ton; one, daughter, Mrs. Gene Havens of Columbus, O., three brothers, Fred ahd William ,of Fenton and Walter of Fairmont and five grandchildren. ^ Grand Father's Clock Adorns Fenton Bank •. .' ' ' i! i .': -..'-.: .• : Fenton — Hardly 'a week goes by 'but what .some new innova-' tion appears in connection with the Fenton .branch Of the First Trust' & Savings 'Bank. V --, . Last week it* is .-a grandfather's: clock whjch gracefully ticks away in the bank office'." '-This beautiful 6-foot clock plays tunes, 1 every 15 -minutes, "in-va¥y- ing. degrees. On the 'hour ! an 1 -'en,- j;h>e number is. played. , The, chime r 'and Canterbltiry, The clock was purchased from Peter- fiert-'Furniture. • '•'">]* The preceding w,eek l jhe, bank offered ft new bench ah' fr&ht of the bank, for the weary or "the meditative. As Gerald Voigt, bank manager said,; the bencii only cost $6 but it, cost $7 to paint it. Whatever it 'cost, it is, a; restful spot, and now you can have music, too. Election Held By Auxiliary AtFenton i' Fehlon — me American Le gion Auxiliary met'Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Arnold Hansert. Vergean Bierstedt, the Girls State representative is ready to go to Cedar Falls foi the week of June 18-24. The Auxiliary sent $2.50 to Woodward State hospital and school. Mrs. Lavon Steinberger reports that $52.88 was taken in on this years poppy sale. ' ' •Election of officers was held With the re-election of'Mrs. Merle Voigt as president, Mrs. John Waite as vice-president and Mrs. Arnold Hansen as treasurer. Mrs. Lavon Steinberger was elected to replace Mrs. Charles Newel as secretary. Also elected were Mrs. Eo Sruhn as Sergeant-at-Arms, Mrs. Elmer. Grienert as captain and Mrs. Hans Baago as historian The executive board is Mrs. Rex Wolfe, Mrs. Martin Ohm and VTrs. Charles Newel... There will Je a department convention'in >es Moines July 27 and 28 with Mrs. Merle Voigt v and Mrs. Lavon Steinberger as delegates anc. Ylrs. John Waite and Mrs. Arnold lansen as alternates. A legisla- ive report was given by Mrs. W. Z. Laage. The Auxiliary thank:> hose .who helped make their plant sale a success. Circus Coming Fenton — Toby's Circus is bill- l d for Fenton, Saturday, 'June 7, in its annual appearance. 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