The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1957 · Page 37
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MltS. ARDETH HAIVERSON Ntwt editor March 28, Publlthed By Th» Opp«f 0*4 M6ln« Publlthlno. <&i Algeria/ jowa Doris Jean Mortensen Is Bride At Fenton Sun day Fehion — Doris Jean Mortensen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Mortensen of Fenton, and DarryJ Glenn Householder, son of Mr and Mra Glenn Householder ol Lone Rock, were united in marriage Sunday evening, March 24, at 7^30 p.m. in a ceremony per formed at the Fenton Methodist church by Rev. Harvey Walker. HAIL INSURANCE NO MONEY DOWN ! J. Wallace Smith ' ' '• ' ' X i •Insurance — Fenion ' 12tf About 150 guests witnessed the double ring ceremony. The bride was beautifully attired in a wedding dress of white nylon shadow lace over satin, ballerina length, with pointed bodice, bracelet length sleeves & she wore a sequin tierra, and pearls that were a gift of the bride-, groom. The bridal bouquet consisted of carnations and roses. She was given in marriage by her father. Attending the bride were Carol Householder as maid oi honor, and Kareri Hainzinger af bridesmaid. Flower girl was Kathy Mortensen, sister of the bride, and George Bolte, cousin of the bride, was ringbearer. The bridegroom was attended by Garryl Householder and Edwyn Householder, 3pr;wdj Laabs and Donald Mienkff*were"ushers. •'•. Musical numbers were presented during the ceremony by Yvonne Borchardt and Lee Haase,, who How To Take Care of Your •wfc Paint Brushes By Ray and Wilfred Stoeber The average handyman wouldn't leave his best saw out in the rain to rust; but the same man would think nothing of letting a paint brush "cake up" and get hard. It just doesn't make sense. Paint brushes are tools, too. They need good care if they are to work properly. * * * Here are a few hints and short cuts we've developed at Our Own Stores that will save your brushes, time and money. * * * Clean your brushes just as soon as you've finished painting for the day. Plan ahead. Allow yourself plenty of time to clean your brushes. Be sure to use the right cleaning solvent — turpentine for oil base paints and enamels, alcohol for shellac, lacquer thinner for lacquer and water fajTwater thinned paints like Super Kemtone. The first rinse many be done in previously used solvent. Final rinses should be done in clean solvent. The final rinse may be stored in a closed container for reuse as a "first" rinse. Wash the bristles in lukewarm soapy water as a final touch. Pat dry the brushes between two sheets of paper toweling. * * * Store the brushes in dust jackets. These can he made simply from small paper sacks. Be extra careful not to rumple the bristle as you put the brush in. Tie the neck cf the bag around the handle, make an extra loop of string to serve as a "hanger" if you wish. Store the brushes flat (but never piled) in a drawer or hang from nails over the work bench. * * * If you have any questions — about any phase of painting — come in and talk them over with us. We'll be glad to help. STOEBER HARDWARE FENTON, IOWA Dun OWN HARDWARE Your Home Town Paint Headquarters Here is a good buy this week: LADDER $4.95 Value $159 sang. : A reception followed the cere rnony. Mrs Ray Priebe: w.a s dining robhi hostess, Mrs Delond Bdlte had charge of the guest book, and Mrs C. W. Haase of Algona, aunt of the bride,, and Mrs Evelyn Earing/ aUnf of the bridegroom, poured. Mrs Wilfred Laabs, aunt of the bride, and Mrs Romaine Weisbrod cut the cake. Table waitresses were*! Joan Bierstedt • and Dorothy \ Busch and candlelighters ,'were Rebecca Householder and Karen Haase. The bride is a graduate of ^Fenton high and ha# been secretary at : the Fenton '..'-school. - - T h e bridegroom is a graduate of Lone Rock• high, and connected,,with the Householder truck line. The young couple will make • their home 'in . Lone Rock. (Glenn Stuido Photo v- UDM engraving) Observes 37fh Fenion-— The American Legion entertained their wives and members of the Auxiliary and. theii husbands at a 500 party Friday night 'at the Community Center This was in honor -of the 37th birthday of the American Legion High score honors for the ladies went to Mrs Clara Fauerby arid for the men to Don Shaw. Low score honors went to Mrs Sam Warner and George Murphy and travel to Mrs George Murphy.. Mother Seriously 111 Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halveiv son . left Friday, afternoon ' for Rochester, having been called there by the serious illness • of Mrs Halyerson's mother, Mrs Clyde Gilbaugh, who has been hospitalized at St. Mary's. They were accompanied by Mrs Halverson's sister, Mrs Earl Jensen of Ringstgd and a brother, Clyde ' Fairmont. Ellen Circle Met The Ellen Circle of the WSCS met Friday afternoon, March 22nd in the home of Mrs Frank McFall with Mrs Walt Widdel the assisting hostess. Thirteen members and two visitors, Mrs Wendell -Rusch and Mrs Harvey Walker were present. Mrs G. B. Johnson had charge of the devotions and Mrs Charles Newel presented the lesson. Mrs Frank McFall had charge of the prayer service. Mrs Jenlz Hostess Mrs George Jentz entertained the U-Deal-M Bridge Club 'at her home on Tuesday afternoon. Playing for absent members were Mesdames J. A. Schwartz, Char 1 les Newel, .E. J. Frank, Arlo Ranney and Webber Yager. Mrs Charles Newel received high score honors, Mrs Arlo Ranney, second high and Mrs Paul Eigler, the draw prize. Hiatt Dinner Guests Mr and Mrs Charles Walton, Dennis, Dean and Dunne of Des Moines, Raymond Gremmels and Jimmy and Mary and Mrs Ida Hoftettler and Mike of Cedar Rapids; Mr and Mrs Delond Boltei George, David and Debbie were Sunday dinner guests in the M. E. Hiatt home. They also visited with. Mrs Clara Gremmels who is a patient in the Emmetsburg Hospital. At this writing she it somewhat improved. She was taken last Wednesday. J i m Gremmels leaves on Wednesday to enter the armed services. W.S.C.S. Circle Met The Helen Circle of thq WSCS met Thursday afternoon, March 21st in the home of Mrs Clarence Yager. Mrs Lester Weisbrod was co-hostess. Sixteen members were present. Roll Call was a spring poem. Mrs Hans Baago was the devotional leader and the lesson leader was Mrs Herschel Hartman. Mrs Baago also was in charge of the prayer service. Mrs Amanda Kern was a guest. The Helen Circle with the Gladys Circle will serve the luncheon at the Observation School which will be held here on Saturday, April 6th. April hostesses will be Mrs Baago and Mrs Dale Weisbrod. Mrs Helena Jent?, J«dy and Marlys and Dennis Long, latter of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Harold Eimers and family spent Sunday in the Hugo Mittag home at Webb, Iowa. Marilyn Jente, who is attend' ing Iowa State College at Ames, came home Thursday evening foi' a few days ut the parental Geo. Jentz home. She returned on Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Marold Schlei antf Steven visited in the Herbert Lundc home in Osage on Saturday afternoon. Glen Struecker and Mrs Elwin Schlei attended funeral services for an uncle at Brewster, Minn, on Monday. Mr and Mrs Edwin Josjen ol Klemmc spent Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Ed Schlei. Mr and Mrs Ed Meyer and Mrs Helena Luedtkc and Mr arid Mrs Art Krause returned home on Wednesday from Pinellag Parlj, Florida, wijero they had been vacationing.'Prior to that they had spent t>onic time in Texas and-had visited In-Mexico. . Mrs ReUa Eiglef ^ntertaih the Saturday 'afternoon Bridge 1 Club atihe'r home'. Three 'tables were in play with Mrs J. F. Beckley playing for an absent member. High score 'honors went to Mrs Everett Dreyery.'s'econd high to Mr$ Charles Newel'and lo.w to Mrs Art KraUse. Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyers', Mr and Mrs Kern Elerlolc and,family of Jefferson, Mr and Mrs Dave Newell and Cuftjs of Mason City, Mrs Ernest' Vaufc of Davenport and Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen of Algona' helped Mrs Louie Weisbrod celebrate Her airthday, on Sunday, March 24, Mrs Vaux remained for a visit until Wednesday. Mr and. Mrs Clarence Kraft and daughters of Lone Rock were Sunday evening supper guests in i the Harold Schlfei home. Mr and Mrs Mark Simmons of Fairmont, Mrs Harvey Hlgley and "girls also of Fairmont, Mr and Mf4 Clellan'Wildes of Mankato;' Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern end family and Mr and Mrs Art Mueller were dinner and supper guests Sunday in the George Jdntfc-home. Other supper guesta were 'the MerVin 'Jentz family and' Gary and Karen Jentz. .Mrs Clara Faverby and Mrs George Jorgenson Sr. entertained at a Sti Patrick's party on Monday afternoon, March 18th in the home of Mrs Faverby. Five tables of 500 were, in play with Mrs Carl Zumach .winning first prize, Mrs' Otto Wlcht«ndahl, 2nd and Mrs Lena Zumach the con? solatoin.' The favors and lunch Wer$;ih ! keeping with St. Patricks.: , . Church School At Fenton, April 6 Fenion — A one-day school for workers in ,the nursery, kindergarten, primary, junior and intermediate classes of Sunday Schools, youfth division leaders, pastors, parents and W.S.C.S. secretaries, will be held for the Algona district of the Methodist church at Fenton, April' 6, from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Mrs W. M. Hubbard, Iowa area director of children's work, will be in general .charge. Luncheon reservations '• are requested' by April 3>nd should be forwarded to Rev. Harvey Walker at Fenton/ ' ' f hone CY 4*3535 - Your NeWspdper CORN RAISERS Win 1-21 Day Expense Paid Vacation In Europe 2-Mpls. MoHne 445 f factor 3-Mpls. Mollne ;2-RoW HtJikw 4-Mpls. Mollrte 4 Row Corn Planter 5-6-1500 Bu. 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