The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1961 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 22, 1961
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June 22, 1961 J. Publfthftd By Th* Upp*r few Molnw Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa ' MRS. JANICE STUCK! !> • • • N*w» Editor Wed, Fenton Pictured above ate Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer who Were married June 11, at the De Pew church. Mrs. Dreyer is the former Judy Juhl of Fenton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arno Juhl. David is the son of the Frank Dreyers, also of Fenton. The bride is employed by State Beauty Salon and the bridegroom by Hood's Super Valu, both'in Algona. Complete wedding story appeared in last week's issue .of the Algona Upper Des Moines. (UDM Engraving) Beauty Shop Remodeling Is Completed Fenton — The building that houses Lael's Beauty Shop has recently been remodeled to,make a truly handsome addition to Fenton's main street. • The build- 'tng is owned by Hantelmai'i Building Service. A new entry and waiting room was added, and the old waitinf room was made into a seconc salon for Mrs. Dana Frieden Lael's sister. Since the buildmf was a former DX service station.; operated by Weisbrod' Brothers it has two service garages which are now bus garages. These were widened to accommodate Sen- tr'al's new and wider school buses. The outside of the builidng is covered with siding and a little white fence was added for b picturesque look. . Also At Wedding Omitted from the out of town guest list for the Juhl-Dreyer wedding last week were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kinsclh and Scott and Mi*, and Mrs. Jack Ticmer und Terry ull of Burt, Jean Garrison, Estherville, Russell Schnieder, Algona, Clarence Harms. Titonka and James Petcrsci", Ringsted. Mixer Club Picnics Sixteen members of the Independent Mixers club and their families met at the Bertl Berkland farm for their meeting and picnic on June 10. Mrs. Opal Root gave a lesson on how to use the outdoor grill. The club is studying Spain and they arc planning a booth for Rural Women's Day on that country. The Independent Mixers plan to serve lunch fo* the 4-H achievement show. Gets Nurse's Cap Susan Hantelman received her nursing cap on Friday, Juno 16. Those attending the Abbot School of Nursing capping service at Westminster Presbyterian church in Minneapolis were Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and family, Garry Bleckwenn, Mr. and Mrs. W. B Schmidtke and Mr. and Mrs Waldimer Schmidtke of Morristown, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Hil- bei't Hantelmian of Mankato, Mrs Dennis Schmidt and her ropm-. mate Joanne Sunde both of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sloe- bcr attended the silver' woddinp anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Hutcrs in Fairmont on Sunday. . , Mrs. E. W. Ruskf* Jjten^ a party at the home of Wr$. dene Neville in Spencer honoring Mrs. Will Lewis, a former Sunday school teacher of Mrs. Ruske's. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt and gii-ls enjoyed a picnic Sunday at' Tuttlc Lake. Sontral's Summer baseball teams have faired pretty well «t with Uw wee's winning 6-5 and the midgets losing 8-4. June -16 they played Ringsted at 'Fenton with; the pee wee's losing "3-2 and tnV. midgets winning 10-2. The next home game will be Titonka at Lone Rock on June 23. James Woltz of Burt is coaching the boys. . Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lura and Christie spent from Monday until Wednesday night at Vacation Village in Spirit Lake. They attended a meeting' sponsored by the Felco company for elevatoj managers and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wege nor, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Feye and Mr. a,nd Mrs. Marlin Wegene: and family had a Fathers Day picnic at the Charles Feye home. Trudy ''Huskamp spent the week of June 4 at the slate 4-H convention in Ames. T. O. McFall of Cedar Rapids is spending about ten days -at the Rex Wolfe and Frank McFall homes. : On' Sunday, June 11* Mrs, .Amanda Kem and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager and boys'went to the Kern family reunion at Redwood Falls, Minnesota, • Mrs, Tom Knudson and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hagcdorn from Sacred Heart, Minnesota wore overnight guests in the Bert) Bcrkland home Monday cvcninp June 12. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bassctt and Tim of Milford visited in the Raymond Stocber home last week. The Bassett's also visited Mr. BasseU'S sister, Mrs. L. J Reed in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Oskwig and Mr. and Mrs. Bertl Bcrkland visited Mrs. Nylcs Hcggcn at Holy Family hospital in Estherville, Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert. L. Holmes and son of Brentwood, Missouri and Mrs. Ruby Holmes of. Livermore were visitors in 'tho Ed Reimcrs home the wcel^nd of June 10-11. Herbert is a brother of Mi's. Reimers and has served in the Navy as a Pharmacist 1st class for more than 20 years. Visitors joining them Sunday June 11, were Mr. 'and Mrs. D. D Holmes and family, Mr. and Mrs Harold Fredrick, Mr. and Mrs Robert White and son, Mr. am? Mrs. Jerry McCullough all .of Livermore, Mrs. Wheeler of. Des Moines and her grandson who teaches in. the Araana Colonies. A picnic ai)d fishing trip was enjoyed by ell. Mr. a.nd Mrs. Qerjl Berkland spent the weekend of June 11 ir> Minnesota. . Mrs. Befkland stayed at tjie Anton Berkland horne in Minneapolis while Mr Perkland went farther up north to fish. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bassett and Tim were Wednesday evening supper guests in the ' Maynard Nemitz home. Tuesday evening, June 13, Mr and Mrs. Franklin Mueller and boys and Terry Voigl visited in the Bonnie Bcrkland home. Mr, and Mrs. Norman BoUingei cnlertampd at a 500 card party in their home Saturday night Mrs. Richard Stucki won ladies high, Mrs. Eulan Sqhuller ladies, low, Eulan 'SchuUer men's high. Stanley Bcrkland men's low and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger travel. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki entertained Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gade and family and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hainzinger and i'ain- ily at a Ijarbecue Fenton Forwards Pick 3 Teams Fenion '••—, The Fenton Forwards 4*H club met at the hdm't of Kai'eh ahd Sandra' Seegebarth on May • 15. ' ' '.•••• •'• Dembnstration teams we're chosen for the County 4-tt fair. Juniors: Sandra Seegebarth ^anc 1 Judy Welter, Intermediates. Joyce Betkidnd and^Dfa^e.f-VSUditJ ' Sandra Seegebarth arid Bonnie Jentz gave demonstrations. June 12 the Forwards met a 1 the home of Carol Bollingei Jeanette Wichtendahl and CaroJ J-Sollinger were chosen-' as th< Senior demonstration. for, Couiy ty fair. ••: N V'< '< ' "•••• rv> • i It was also .decided, to 'holt- Achievement ''DayV'a't"' the Ldrit Rock Legion Hall, although - no date has been set. A'Bake Day Was planned for June 26, at the- home : of the club's leader Mrs Milford Mitchell 1 Jackie Laab's 'and Judy Wolteu gave talks. Carol 'Bollinger, and Judy Wolter gave derhonstrk-. tions. Mrs. Edwin WichtentlaH) Was visiting mother. Whittempje Recent Bri Receives Honors' Fenlon — Mrs. Gerald Langerman, nee Angeline Hagebock, of Estherville, was honored at a bridal shower Wednesday evening, June 14 in the Fairville Lutheran church. Mrs, Norman Bellinger was in charge of the guest book. Sandra Hantelman Renee Hantelman and Colleen Frink carried the gifts to the gift table. Mrs. Arlo Ranney presented the program and gave a poem the "Ten Commandments for wives, husbands and mother-in- laws"" ancTia readirtg on': gardening . .': L\-'I:'- •••" - - ''••':• '• Mrs. Norman Bollinger gave a recipe 'for marriage and Pamela Welsbrod Sang. After the program the new Mrs. Langerman opened her gifts -and was assisted by Mrs. Norman Bollinger and Pamela Weisbrod. Lunch was then served by the hostesses. Mr. 1 and Mrs. Gerald Langerman were married on May 27.,_ "*. '..)'"<!* Cuts Finger Tip Off In Mishap Fonton — Mrs. George Jorgenson, Jr. says the old faying haste makes waste is true,'Last Thursday while grinding hamburger in the Jorgenson Locker she accidentally cut off the index finger of her right hand. Mrs. JprgensOn was taken to the hospital in Estherville Bitten By Skunk Ringsted — Ricky W e n t- worth, 3, of Ringsted was bitten by a skunk last Friday as he walked down the farm lane of his'parents home. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John'Wentvvorth. He is now under treatment for rabies by Dr. Robert Dawson of Graettinger. His hand is swollen today. The child with five others was going for the mail when the skunk chased them and bit Ricky on the little finger and on the knee. The bite went nearly through the finger. Searchers looked for the skunk to determine if it had rabies but it had not been found. ',' '" The Wentworths live 7 miles: southeast of Ringsted. the Cletus Dorrs end the Lawrence BergmbnS. Mr, and Mrs. Laurence Lappe took their daughter, Barbara';- tb Rochester Monday where:, 'she Underwent surgery. Patty Dolan is'caring' 1 for 1 the Lappe twins during their' absence. ' ' Whiffemore News Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe and sons left f or Chicago Saturday to take their three sons to tht White Sox-*—Minnesota ballgarne , Mrs. Frank Schumacher accom- pahie'd 'Her 1 son; •Herman Schumacher, who spent last weekend here with his parents, to baki? Andes, S. D., where they visiteid at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sherman and 'family.. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Siems, accompanied by'Mrs. Thomas Dun- ;.ihy, drove id" Rochester Tuesday where Mh SieMis '•' went for's , check-up. Thursday, June 22, 1961 Algeria (la.) Upper Do* Moln««—5 Father's Day picnic guests in the "John Gfamehz home Werfe Mr, land Mrs. Ray Tietz and fanv ily, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gramenz all.of Spirit Lake* Mr. and Mrs. Eric Wingr'en and Mi's, Jdck Herikel of Fort Dodge, Mr. ahd Mrs. 6rtwin Tiet/ .ahd Mr. and Mrs. Holland Watsbfr'and' famlty of'Titonka. • Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wahl, Bob and Kathy 6f Beaver, Pennsylvania visited in the Adolph and Walter Pertl' homes, this' past week. Mrs. Henry TheesfJsld, Peggy, Lofi and Annette of ttatrjmonq, Wisconsin visited a few dayi this week in the Adolph and Walter Pertl homes. Mrs. Nettie Miller returned home" Saturday after spending the school year with her daughter and family in Waterloo. Mrs. Susie Stigman of Texas and Gordan Stigman of California are visiting in the Gilbert Bleckwenn home. UDM Cifl«!8tfn»Dir Pay Fractures Wrist A six-year-old Fenlon girl Valaine V.oigt, daughter of Mi' and MJrs..'Merle Voigt fractured bBth bones in her left wrist while roller, 'slia'ting'^bn' '"the concrete ; slab fink'at' Fenton Saturday, night, The Voigt girl was at the en.4 of a short crack-the.- whip line when she fell and suf- .;., fered the injury. 'She was taken . to ; the-Palp "Alto Memorial "hos- " pitai where 'a ' cast, extendihp from her fingers to v hcr elbow was put on the injured arm. Dona Kern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hogan, whittemore, and Larry Johnson, son of Mrs. LorehJe^iTohn'son kridj the litb pbfford Johnson, were married May 20, ait 2 p.m. : at the Trinity,'Lutheran church, Algona. Rev.-Q. J^' C. Gerikb 'officiaited' i^'the ^double ring ceremony. Maxine Johnson, sister of the groom, was madd' of honor and Gary Kisch, Minneapolis, brother of the bride, was best man. A reception and dinner for friends and relatives was held following the ceremony. The couple will be at home at 412 N. Church, Algona. (Glenn's Studio Photo, UDM Engraving) Ringsted Man Is *f >*>.*,•-(«• n« m*ifi •Named Prexy Of Ringsted — Robert Reed of Ringsted was ' elected president of lijhe new Rolling Hills Golf Cotese 4 Tuesday at the formal organizational meeting. Other officers are Kermit Christiansen, Ringsted, vice president; James O'Neill, Armstrong, secretary- treasurer; and directors: Dwayne Mclntire, Armstrong; Gaylord Christensen, Oscar C. Christensen, both Ringsted, Roy Petersen of Fenton; 'Harold Opsal, Swea City, and Carroll §. Bogard, Armstrong.. '.;' ' •»''•*" '• ' -' '"' The course will be open from 5 a.m. until dark. A, tournament for i members has been; set for June 18. Jlcnry,;Wegner of;Armstrong has' been secured as care- takervof.the club. . ( / Faculty Hired,; The Ringsted school Board met Monday evening. It was decided to hire Mrs. Ivan Peterson as school nurse. School cooks were hired. They are Mrs. Myrtie R-asmusscn, Mrs Merwin Widdel, Mrs. Marie Heerdt and Mrs. L. W. Kimmcl. New teachers hired for U'c coming . year include Lawrence Jones of Estherville'as industrial arts, biology and science teacher; LaVcrn Meyer of Wesley lias been hired as mathematics instructor; Patricia B e e s o n o, Washta will teach second grade; Betty Boyd H Clarksville, .vociii music instructor;''Audrey Harms, Buffalo Center, Gth grade. Robert Edgington of Mpberly, Mo. as instrumental music instructor. ' •——^— ' • The Ringsted summer baseball league opened play Wednesday. The Pee Wees triumphed over the Rake team 10 to 1 and the / FREEZER SPECIAL UPRIGHT, 12 FQQT RRfNP HCLPS 511 Ibs, OF FROZEN FOODS CARRIES A J H.U 5i-YEAR GUARANTEE This is a Regular $269,50 UNIT USED APT, SIZE 4 BURNER WE HANDLE ALL TYPES QFPUMP REPAIRS McFall Plumbing - Heating Ringsted Midgets won their game by a score of. 5 to 4. Showers Honor Two At Bancroft Bancroft — A shower honoring Donna Bergman, 1 bride-to-be of Leland Derner, was held Thursday evening in St. John's Cath-, olic church. Donna was married June 19 to Mr. Derner. A bridal shower honoring Jackie Lynch was held Sunday in St. John's church. Jackie was married Saturday to Marvin Becker. Richard Farrow, Sauk Center, Minn., pame.;'for the wedding of Dohna Bergman and to visit rel: 'atives.- 1>! i ' . A Jarfje group of relatives and friends; including the brides parents, Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Weber, L ? lnda and'John, attended the wcddirig of'N'anqy Weber at Fort Dodge Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire. Bode, spent Friday evening with FENTON Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey and family went to a fall showing of dry goods by a Kansas City firm at Storm Lake, Sunday. i Visitors in the John Gramenz home last week were Mr. andj Mrs. James Tew of Rawleigh, N! Carolina on Wednesday and Ronald Martin of LuVerne on Saturday. 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