The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1961 · Page 10
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November 2, 1961 4-Alflona (la.) Upper Pat Voigt-CulbertsonVows Spoken, Oct. 29, At Fenton Fenion — Judy Lynne Voig daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pay Voigt, and Joseph E.'Culbertson son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. GUI bertson, Lone Rock, were unite? in'marriage, Sunday, Oct. 29, a S p.m. at the Fairville Lutheran church. Rev. R. D. Eckelman per formed the double ring cere mony. Roxana Voigt, sister of tht bride was maid • of honor,. Mrs Joyce Robbins, Lake Park, sistei of the bride and Mrs. JoElla Miller, Lone Rock, sister of th groom were bridesmaids. Larry Dingman was bestman, John Ramus, Algona and Dean Culbertson, Lone Rock were grooms men. Roger Robbins, Lake Park and Bernard Miller, Lone Rock were ushers. The bride wore a gown o' white peau de soie fashioned .with an empire cut Waist, long lily- point sleeves and corded bateau neckline. Full circular qut skirt with half bow and BonBon rose at the back falling into a chape) train. The fingertip length bridal veil was of imported all silk illusion draped from a clip hat of lace and. ,pearl trimmed peau. The bride carried a cascade bouquet of yellow roses and mums with a large center bronze mum. The bridesmaids carried cascade bouquets of bronze mums with a large center mum. Miss. Lael Pettit -was the or. ganist' 'ahd' Dr. ; IJerpy • Henricksen, Armstrong was the soloist. A wedding reception. for 150 was held following,the ceremony in the church parlors; Mrs.-Dean Culbertson, Lone Rock, was in charge of the guest book. Elva Ewaldt and Jessie Smith, Algona, cut the cake, Mrs. • Clarence Lohse, Fairmont, and Mrs •Chalmer Bonnieksen, Ringsted' both aunts of the, bride .poured. MisS Kare'n Lohse, Fairmon Minn., Miss Jackie Laabs, Loft Rock, fihd Miss Donna Culbert son, Emmetsburg opened th gifts. Mrs. David Dreyer, Hum boldt, Miss Judy Wiener, Mis Faye Hantelman and Miss Becky Householder were table waitress es. Dining -room hostesses were Mrs. Ebger Greinert and Mrs .Lyndon Kerber,_and the kitcher hostesses were Mrs. William Wie ner, Mrs. Qrville Wiener, Mrs Ervfai Schmeling, Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, Mrs. Arno Juhl, Mrs Marvin Luedtke and Mrs. Larry Alt. Mrs. Culbertson j graduated from Sentral high school am" La James .Beauty school and has a, beauty, shop in Lone Rock Culbertson graduated from Lone Rock high school .and is fanning. The qouple will be at home on a farm near Fenton after Nov. 6. Patents of A Son Mr. arid Mrs. 'Donald Priebe ire. the parents; of an ,8 pound. I ounce baby boy i born Friday, Oct..27th. The little lad has been named James Rolin and his grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. lay Prjebe and Mr. and Mrs. tuart Butterfield, great grandparents Mr. and, Mrs. Cart Priebe, M£ arid M/s. 'Martin '• Larsen, De- cpra'h, Mrs., Ida Butterfield, •• Swer City., and Mrs. Theresa Kelly Denison. . • ./The. Sentral Satellites' Homecoming victory over Thompsor Friday night was ignited in the second period when Gary Berkland went 55 yards for a touchdown. ; The extra point attempt failed.- After holding". Thompson on downs/ Sentral NEW! NEW! NEW! NEW! EARLY AMERICAN LAMPS FLOOR LAMPS POLE LAMPS DESK LAMPS • PIN UP LAMPS QUALITY STOCK WITH VARIETY AND A WIDE, ATTRACTIVE PRICE RANGE. PETERSEN FURNITURE FENTON and Ttoy Juhl climaxed drive Whh d 2|?'yafcJ butst'at for 1 the t6uch"d0\im, The ex point 'was fefcbd and Sentra had a narrow 13-7 edge. The sfecond half was all Seji tral as tne^ rolWrf, to three tnori touchdowns with! 'Lynn Biersted getting two on dashes of 42 'atf 82 yards. *rerry Juhl added aft other. The entire Sentrdl' line playec fine defensive i football, limiting ThothpSOn to t9 -yards rushing Gary - flerkland made 'severe crushing tackles and Qeralc Luedtke stopped the Cub run ning attack on many occasions. Mr. and tyrs. Floyd Bellinger Waukegan,' 111., are the parents of a baby girl born Oct. 28. She weighed 6 Ibs. and 10 ozs. ant 1 has been named Beth Ann. The Ballingers also, have .a sor Thomas. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bol linger.-; -V.-^.•'-..,•.-.._•-'• ••,-.; ,\..-..-.•'.-' Mr. and Mrs. John Gramen? accompanied^ llAt. -and. Mrs',' Harold Gramenz, SpiritvLakeV, on-1 ,hree week' ^sightseeing trip to iorthern Minnesota and Canada ["hey also visited with Mri "and Ars. Fred Anderson and Mri: and to. Fred Kerstein in Clinton, ilinn. Tommy Eckhatf, Bancrpf^ son of Mr. and Mrs.'Fred Eckharl tayed with his grandparents > Mr and Mrs. Rolfe Miller ;seyera 1 lays last week and this week lis mother had surgery ih Es- heryille.Oct. 25. -. - ..» Mr. and Mrs. George Ricks, 'itonka were Sunday guests • at he Rolfe Millers. : Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Ricks are sisters.. , ' Mr. and Mrs. Alviii Zumach jakeview visited over the''week* md with Mr. and Mrs. Joh£ 'heesfield and Lferia'' •Zumach' Sunday dinner guests in the John 'heesfield home were Mr. \ and Ars. Alvin Zumach, Mr. • and Mrs. Earl Theesfield and Mrs 3uane Nelson and Lanhy Armstrong. . . • .Mrs. Charles Theesfield was n lunday dinner guest' in the -Rich' ard Theesfield home. ,• ; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mar low nd Rodney, Burt Tjvere SuridaV vening guests v ' ; "in the Richard tucki home. Mr. and Mrs, 'Burnett Heine nd family were' Sunday dinnev uests in the Gerhart Hantelman ome. The occasion was in honor f Hantelman's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lister isiled with. Mrs. Lister's nephew Rotfert Bridges in Minneapoli; nd with friends in Rochester rtinn. over the weekend. Mr. and'Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod dr. and Mrs. Charles Newel, Mr and Mrs. Lyle Newel and family and Mrs. Ester Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCarthy and family and Mr. and Mrs. Franklir Newel were Sunday dinnei guests in the Roy Newel home in Hartley. ' Mrs. Frank North, Emmetsburg is staying "with her daughter Mrs. Delond Vottejer and family after having been in the Emmetsburg hospital rQrently. Mrs, E. H. Preyer recently «• turned home from a 17 day European trip with the Sentinel- KNUJ tour group. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansep were-Thursday evening guests in the Lyle Hansen home in hono) of Greg's 2nd birthday. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Slraley were Oct. 22 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Brace in Lu- Verne. Mr, and Mrs. ArUn Kohlww and Bobby, Humboldt were re^ cent dinner guests in the Paul Eigler home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul EigJer werr joined by Mr. and Mrs. Kayo Ruske, Davenport in Cedar Falls over the weekend, for Dads Day at the State College of Iowa which Judy Eigler is attending They also planned to celebrat< Eigler's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stpeber and Wayne and Mr. and Mrs Richard Stucki and family wen Wednesday evening, Oct. 25 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne spent the weekend Win A Knipco l»ubli.h«( iy thi Uppw DM IfeiA* f fi.6ir^l«%4^ MRS. JANICE STUCkl in Mirineaji ed the Karl: The ciety. of - , , , . hold Its ,annual .tufkey . Wednesday,;'^ev. ! 8th. * will begin at tinue until all Mrs Will the weekend >WtlT >her d&ughtett and families 'Mr. and $!?$.. ^ J " / Krough and ,Mr,>9nd Mrs. ; Bell in Waterloo. , -. • • Mt. and' Mri. Kenneih son recently' i attended a 'Postmasters Convention" in Denvlt 1 Colo. While in Denver 1 they $Sfe house guests of Halversons step sister and family, the Ray "Alh< hfrandts. 'They' also visited relatives 'in Denver, Colorado Spring? and ertroute home' visited 'ir Scotts Bluff and, Ashby in Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Albert -Mliehell Mr. and Mrs. ' Ole ^fet'erfloft, ^SWtr and Mrs. Milford Mitchellr"Mr and Mrs.. Ed Mltchesll, and M* and Mrs. Morris Mit<ihell attend-ed the , wedding , of Judy ChriS' tienson arid Dean Gelhaus, yard : in. Paul's Lutherlr jal u ; ill; . *Jl*v 4 *I*A* » uunlCJltUf church in Ringsted Saturday night. ; . /v v..v ' " i..:f The Depew Circle met al the Pepew Lutheran: Parish Houjse Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Wik' liam DeWall and Mrs. Dueffr -ody were hostesses, Mrs. Chafie Nelson had the Bible study and Mrs. Target Naig presented the topic, 1 '"Charities.",, Mr. and Mrs. Leif Rierson Ruthveh,. Henry Bratrud, Graet» ;inger, Mr. and . Mrs. Melvin Brati-ud, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis 01- sen and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 31sen were' . Sunday afternoon suests in the Bertie Berkelah'd lome. ' • The Independent Mixers held I,'joint meeting 'with the Fair- 'ield ahd {Vernon Townshij ;roups at *'' the Independehj^i Township Hall/Tuesday, Oct. 24 Twenty-six attended and the lostesses Wfere r Mrs. Clarencr Jnderwood * and Mrs. ErhesJ 3erkland.' The Palo Alto County econoniist presented .the Weisbr6<T Implement 'Company of Fenton will have a brand new $139,00 circulating aif; Heater- padlocked in his store soon. It'? due to be given away to some- farmer in this area who'll receive a "Lucky Knipco Key",through the mail. If his key opens the lock, he'll get the heater FRE The prize heater (a Knipco") is actually a little furnace' on \vheels that burns kerosene or fuel oil and circulates 75,000 BTU's of heat per hour. It .can be used inside or out without vent and performs all kinds of heating .chores on the farm. . This unusual''advertising stunt requires no jingles, no drawings or anything to buy. The onlj rules are that to try a "Knipco Key" you have to be 18 Or over; only one try per person is allowed; and the first correct key wins the heater. ..'"-: .esson. Marion .'Stucki, Mr. and tfrs. Floyd Burd and Julie Stu'c- ci :yisited-0ve,r..'.the weekend., .\yith Relatives, Mra;:»'Eva Raddatz, \ari<? and Mrs. Ralph Stussy;'aijc amily in Pine /Island/ Minn." anip with Mr. and Mrs. Gorden Hel rick and family in Eyota, Minnvf Mrs. Herbert Krause and eisa and Mrs. Edith Cage, Riii sted Went, to :Cedar FaU4 Frtj o bring Herbie home -for Horj coming .weekend.' Jeahette Hanna accorppanied them home. B6m 'oung people 'are attending the Jtate College'' of -Iowa there. Others home the weekend were Becky Householder, Linda Tomlinson, Loren Krause, ChucK Kern, Earl Jentz and Gary Widdel. • • ;• Mrs, Helen • Widdel returned home Saturday after having eye treatments : in Iowa City Thursday and Friday. Barbara, Terry Are Sentral's Queen & King i Fenton — Sontral Homccomirtfi was held Friday night with Ba$. bara Wehrspann and Terry Juh? chosen as queen and king. Janice Hannover the 1960 Homecoming Queen crowned Queen Barbarp and King Terry in a before th'e game ceremony. The Sentral high school band had several well performed routines, before and at the half at the football game. The team wup their second game defeating Thompson 32-7. The alumni anc 1 parents as well as the student? gathered in the gaily decorated gymnasium to dance to rccordt after the game. 3-Way Mayor Race Stirs Election Fire Fenton — Fenton has a three way race for • mayor in next Tuesday's election. Here are a few facts about the candidates. Marion Stucki, 44, has beer, in the dairy business for 25 years and is field man for Consolidated Co-op Creamery. He is a home owner and has lived in Fenton . for seven years. He is married and has two sons. Dr. W. W. Jolley, 49, has been in practice for 24.years and has lived in Fenton for ,16- years. .He is a home 'owner, is married and has a son 24, and a daughter 16. Milton Geitzenauer, 48, has lived in Fenton off and on since he was 14. He previously worked on road construction in Lincoln Neb., and for the past four yean has- -been employed "by Hantelman "Building Service. Men running for councilmer are incumbents Merle Voigt Clarence Yager, Walter Pertl and Homer Matthiesen, and new can, didates Albert Mitchell, George Jorgenson Jr., Arnold Hansen and Burnett Heine. Mrs. Kay Alderson is running unopposed for. treasurer as is Wilfred Stoeber for park commissioner. SLIDES Little Jimmy Alexander of Wesley recently suffered head cuts and internal injuries when he fell from the top of the slides, at* school. . CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our mos* sincere and heartfelt thanks t( our many friends and relative? for the iloral and spiritual bou quets, for the food, and cards and thanks to Rev. Friedrich for his words of comfort and every one who helped in every way following the death of our beloved husband and father. Chas. Theesfield and family. Mn> (44. CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to all for the kindnesses shown us during our regent bereavement. — Mrs. Herman Luedtke and family. (44) SECURITY W CONFIDENCE Your Bank 1$ Here To Serve Your bank is here to serve. This means not only the usual banking transaction* - chick" ing accounts/ cashing checks, savings accounts — but some of the more personal matters, If you have problems which may need the services of a bank, we invite you to talk it over with ui< All depatit* Imyrod to $10,QOQ By F«dtr«l Dfpofit Injyranct Carp, ^^^^9 ^w**^^w ^^^^^ <^^B ^^^^ff ^^w ^^p^^^^^i^ jj^f ^MI^MIMI FiNTPN Fenton - Savings Bank FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL - DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE .FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton ,, Implement Company JOHN PIERE, NEW IDEA and QEHL EQUIPMENT * Bui. 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