The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1957 · Page 36
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MRS, Aftfiftti HALVERSON N«w» Editor June 13, ftlblfinf d By Tfii fffipif 0t* Pobllihlrtfl Co., Alflfltio, Iowa Mtielltt Anniversary Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Mueller Sr., Fenton, held open house Sunday, May 26 in celebration of their 40th wedding anniversary which Was May 23. A dinner was held for them at the John- Son House in Algona by the immediate family preceding the open house. Friends arid relatives called in the afternoon and evening. A1 5 p.m. a special service was held in the home by Rev. W. H. Friedrich 'in honor of Mr and Mrs Mueller. At 5:30 a dinner was held for relatives and close friends. Mrs Priebe, Honored A group of 37 hostesses honored Mrs Donald Priebe at a mis- 1 cellaneous shower Friday evening at the Lutheran Church parlors. Mrs Alvin Zumach was in charge of the program which included the following numbers. A duet by Terry Juhl and Lois Finnestad, 'Silver Lining.' A skit by Mrs Lloyd Berkland and Mrs Ernest Votteler, 'Hats'; Yvonne Borchardt sang 'Walking Hand in Hand' and Mrs Arlo Ranney gave a reading, 'The Bride's First Breakfast.' Mrs Dennis Priebe registered the guests, and Jackie and Barbara Priebe assisted Mrs Priebe in opening her many gifts. Lunch was served to 175 guests. The only crime mentioned in the U.S. constitution is treason. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour \ Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 Remodeling Time is time for ADDITIONAL insist on The Sign of Enough HOUSEPOWER' for Better Living Today...and Tomorrow! Be wise . . . adequate wiring now savei future expense. And you'll be enjoying full service from you; appliances all the time. That's TRUE / economy! So, do it while it costs LEAST and gives best results I Juit call ut for a ' ^FREE WIRING 'CHECK AND RECOMMENDATIONS Central Iowa CERTIFIED ADEQUATE WIRING BUREAU Iowa Elcctrjc liahl & Powir Co. Shower Honors • i ' - MarlysJenfz AfFenfon Fenion — Marlys Jentz was honored Friday evening ,May 31, at a miscellaneous shower at St. John Lutheran church parlors. Guests were registered by Mrs Harold Eimers. Mrs Walter Jentz was in charge of the program which included two solos by Mrs Eugene Meyer, a solo by Gwendolyn Bierstedt, a reading by Judy Jentz and a reading by Mrs Harlan Eimers. The gifts were accepted by Barbara Priebe and Vicki Eimers arid Judy Jentz and Darlene Long assisted Marlys in opening her gifts'. Mrs Harold Eimers was; in charge of the gift book. Hiostesstes were Mesdahies Romaine Weisbrod,., Ray Priebe, rlarlaoi Eimers, William Eimers, Victor StrUecker, Art Kressin Larry Alt, Ed Ohm, W. H. Friedrich, Harold Eimers, Florence 3ehen, Jessie Newel, Walter Jentz, Ella Meyer of Burt, Emma Bierstedfc of Lakota, Eugene Meyer of Burt, Ed Mitchell, Hugo Mittag of Webb, Waldo Schram o£ Webb, Ed Uthof, Ray Uthof, Glenn Flint, Ferdinand Mueller, William Jentz, Don Berkland aind Fred Mortenson. Circle Meeting The Depew Fellowship circle o.f St. John Lutheran church met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs Albert Mitchell. For the program, Betty Cody was in charge of the devotions, Bible study was presented by Mrs Erviri Ruhnke, La Von Cody favored the group with a solo and Anna Marie Mitchell gave a talk. Des Moines Firm Buys Sentral Bonds, Low Rate Fenton — The Sentral Board of Education approved final plans of the architects at a meeting last Week. A few minor details .were changed and bids for construction are scheduled for July 10. The Becker and Cownie Co., of Des Moines was the successful bidder at the bond sale recently. Their bid of interest of 3.444% was the lowest submitted. Ten firms were included in the bid list. Swea & Eagle By Mrs Emil Larson Mr and Mrs P. J. Hicken of Whittier, Calif., came last week for a visit with friends here. They were Wednesday noon dinner guests at Mr and Mrs Roger Linde. Mr and Mrs Neal. Keith of Los Angeles, Calif., arrived a week- ago Saturday for a visit here at the home of Mrs Keith's brother- n-law and sister, Mr and Mrs ,awrence Hanson and family, leturning with them later in the week will be Mrs Keith's mother, Mrs Martena Peters. Mr and Mrs Sidney Payne are )arents of a son born June 1 at ioly Family hospital, Estherville. The baby weighed 7% pounds. Mr and Mrs Payne have six other children, five boys and one girl. Cheryle Torine, who is attend- ng summer school at Upper [owa University, Fayette came to parental Francis Torines Friday. Kathryn Carr graduated from three year teaching course at Mankato State College, Mankato, Minn., in exercises Friday, May 31, at 10:00 a.m. She has accepted a position to teach in Winnebago school this fall. Her parents, brother, Maurice, and sister, Mrs Donald Koons, attended the graduation. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Tegelberg and son, Gilbert Jr., of Inglewood, Calif., arrived Thursday for a few days visit with relatives and many friends here. They are staying at Edith and Myrtle Molinder. Emil Larson spent the forepart of last week in Rochester, Minn., where he had a physical checkup at Mayo Clinic. Mrs J. Arnold McCoy and children of Decatur 111., left Wednesday for Ames after a five days visit at her parents, Mr and Mrs Emil Larson. The Baptist daily vacation Bible school closed Friday afternoon after a week's session Pupils and teachers held a wein- er roast late Friday afternoon al the Maynard Jensen farm home. Guests were Mrs Chester Skaar and Bernette of Primghar, Mrs Herman Norland and Rachel Norland of Cylinder, Beverly Stone of Evanston, Illinois, Mrs W. R. Wolfe and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joanne. Mr and Mrs R. C. Epps, Aichin- son, Kansas, were overnight quests of Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod and Mrs Blanche Hus- camp, Wednesday. Mr Epps is a brother of Mrs Blanche Huskamp", Besides her older sister. Kathryn, 18 other playmates helped Mary Ellen Ditsworth celebrate her seventh birthday at her home last Wednesday. Those attending the party were Roger and Randa Hansen, Roger and Ronnie Weisbrod, Teresa V o i g t, Betty Wehrspann, Jacquelyn Jones, Margo Rusch, Roger Anderson, Janelle Bailey, Roger Cannon, Cynthia Barr, Renee Hantelman, Patricia Dryer, Ardith Walker, Susan Theesfield, Delana Votteler and Suzanne Newel. Betty Cody, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arner Cody, received her State Certificate at the Augustana College Commencement program icld June 3. Mrs June Hutchcrof t and Nancy of Mediapolis, la. were guests of Mr and Mrs Harry Saase last week Sunday to Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Frances Moye -of Heinbeck were weekend guests in the Robert Anderson home. Mr and Mrs Harry Haase had as house guests last week his mother,, Mrs John Boevers of El rlenp, Okla., and his brother and family, Mr and Mrs Leonard Haase and Mary Ann of Chariton. They also attended the Widdel reunion held June 9. Mr and Mrs Glenn Ditsworth and son Clay of Shawnee, Okla., returned last week after three weeks visiting with Fenton relatives. Mr and Mrs Gordon Ohm of Oakland, la. were Saturday afternoon guests of Mr and Mrs Donald Gross. Mr and Mrs Wesley Witter of Arcadia, Calif., were guests of Mr and Mrs Ralph Weisbrod and Mrs Blanche Huskamp from Saturday evening until Tuesday. They were honored with a pot-luck dinner Sunday. Guests were Mrs William Huskamp, Mr and Wrs Irvin Huskamp, Mrs Eugene rluskamp and Trudy, Mrs Olga iuskamp and Mr Robert Hus- camp and children. Mrs Dennis iiendrickson was, afternoon caller. Mrs Witter is the daughter of Mrs Blanche Huskamp. Tuesday evening guests in the Amos Berkland home were Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Anna Marie. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske went to Iowa City Friday to attend the graduation exercises of their son, Lynn. Saturday night guests and weekend guest at the Clarence Thilges home were Mr and Mrs Virgle Norte and family of Waterloo, Iowa and Frank Thilges of Fenton. Supper guests in the Clarence Underwood home Friday evening were Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell and Anna Marie, Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood and girls. Mr and Mrs Melvin Heiter of Fort Dodge visited the former's aunt, Mrs Earl Dean, at the home of her son, Clayton Ditsworth, Sunday afternoon, June 2. Rev. and Mrs Harvey Walker and Ardith and Mrs Romaine Weisbrod were Monday evening dinner guests in the Clarence FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY J. Wallace Smith Real Estate Broker General Insurance THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair* FENTON, IA. Uhderwood home. .'_-' The Woman's Society of Christian Service niet Thursday afternoon at the church parlors with hostesses, Mrs Homaine, Weisbrod, Mrs S. E. Straley, and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber. Mrs Arlo Ranney presented the lessort and reported on Methodist work in the Philippines. Mrs Arnold Hansen was iri charge of music and Mrs Charles Newel the devotional period. Mrs Romaine Weisbrod was presented a gift of appreciation as past president. Mrs Gerald Gpchenour gave a report on the library project; Edilh Laage arrived home Saturday to spend her summer vacation with her sister and brother- in-law, Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz. Ed Fink of Waterloo was a Monday evening supper guest of the Harry Haases. Mrs Ervin Schmeling and Mrs Herbert Schlickelman were hostesses to the Fairville Ladies Aid society Thursday afternoon. ' St. John Lutheran Ladies Aid met Wednesday with hostesses Mrs Lloyd Sunde, Mrs Victor Struecker and Mrs Charles Theesfield. During the business meeting discussion was held on the Lutheran Woman's Missionary League convention to be held in Minneapolis. Letts Creek 4-H The tour of the Lotts Creek Leaders 4-H club was held June 8, It started at 2:QO p.m. at the Wichtendahl home. Sixteen members participated and 26 calves were shown, Softball was later played at the Fenton park and a potluck supper was enjoyed at the Community Center by the members and their families. Ruth Erickson. Ardyth Drone, and Charlotte Wichtertdahl were on the committee. Algona Girl Will Teach At Ringsted Supt. T. G. Ahrenkiel has announced the signing of three new teachers for ' the Ringsted school system for next year. One of them is known to' most resident in this district as he has been teaching for several years in the Seneca schools. He is Mr Richard Pannell. He will be principal for the grade school building and will teach 6th grade. . Carole Thompson of Algona will teach the 2nd and 3rd grade combination room. She is a graduate of Iowa State Teachers College. Jo Ann Naig of Cylinder has signed to teach next ye"ar. She is a graduate of Emmetsburg"Jun-: ior College. Marlys Jenfz Of Fenf on Weds At Lone Rock Lone Rock — In a beautiful wedding ceremony Sunday, June 9, at 7 p.m. in St. John's Lutheran church, Marlys Ruth, daughter of Mrs Helena Jentz and Dennis E. Long, son of Mr and Mrs George Long, were united in marriage. The Rev. W. H. Friedrich officiated at the double ring ceremony. Elsie Meyer, organist, , played a prelude of organ music. She also, accompanied Marlyn Bausman who sang. The bride was given in marriage by her brother-in-law, Harold Eimers. She was attired in a white floor length wedding dress, styled with a lace bodice trimmed with sequins, and sleeves ending in points at the wrist. The skirt of lace and nylon net panels over satin was styled with a chapel train. Her fingertip veil was held in place with a head dress decorated with seed pearls. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink sweetheart roses and white carnations with white satin streamers. Judy Jentz, sister of the bride, and Darlene Long, sister of the bridegroom, were attendants. Diane Uthof was flower girl, Gary Eimers was ring bearer. John -Ramus and Eugene Marlow were the bridegroom's attendants. Ushers were Dennis Mittag and Darrel Long. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors for 200 guests. Delores Ackerman of Burt, cousin of the bridegroom, registered the guests. Joanne Mitchell of Ringsted and Janet Mittag of Webb assisted Wijhu the gifts. Mrs Harold Eimers, sister of ,the- bride,, re- gistered the gifts. The wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and groom, was made by Mrs Ed Mitchell/ aunt of the r Mrs Hugo Mittag' of Webb, aunt of the-bride, was dining room hostess. Waitresses were classmates of the bride and Judy Newbrough, the latter a cousin of the bridegroom. Miss Newbrough and Beth Ann Newel were waitresses for the bride's table. Mrs Glenn Flint cut tho cake and Mrs Ed Mitchell pour; ed. Kitchen hostesses were Mesdames Art Kressin, L. E. Mueller of Whittemore, Lloyd Johnson of Cylinder and Otto Borch- firdt The bride is a graduate of the Fenton high school and the bridegroom is a graduate of Lone Rock high 'school. Following a wedding trip, the young couple will be at home in Lone Rock where the groom is associated in the trucking business with his father. NOTES OF SERVICE MEN MAINZ, GERMANY — Army Cpl. Robert F. Dodds, whose wife, Delores, and parents, Mr and Mrs H. W. Dodds, live, on Route 2, Algona, is participating in field training exercises with the 530th Field Artillery Battalion in Germany. Corporal Dodds, a mechanic, is receiving tactical training under simulated combat conditions. He entered the Army in August 1955, was last stationed at Fort Bliss, Tex., and arrived in Europe in May 1956. ( , The corporal is a 1951 graduate of Algona High School. U.S. FORCES, GERMANY — Pvt. Kenneth R. Lampe, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Lampe, Bancroft, recently participated, in a six-day field training exercise with the 498th Engineer Battalion in Germany. A construction specialist in the battalion's Company C. Lampe entered the Army in June 1956 and arrived in Europe.last April. He is a 1956 graduate • of St. John's School. FORT SILL. OKLA.—Specialist Third Class -Gordon. R. Burt, son of Mr and Mrs Robert M. Burt, Fe-nton, is a fire direction chart operator in the 698th Field Artillery (Battalion's Battery B at Forti gill, Okla. Specialist Burt entered the Army in October 1955 and was last stationed at Fort Chaffee, Ark " He is a 1951 graduate of Seneca Consolidated .High 1 School, i Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, — Pvt. Jerry .J. Becker, 21, son pf Mr and Mrs Theodore Becker, 110 S. Blackford, Algona, recently was assigned to 'the 602d Antiaircraft Artillery Missile Battalion at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. Becker, a launcher handler in the 'battalion's Battery C, entered the Army last February and completed basic training at Fort (Shaffee. Ark. r ' I He attended' Iowa State College. , Burt Girl To Graduate At LS.C. June 15 Roch'elle .Andrews,,' above, daughter of Mf and Mrs J. Dean Andrews of Burt. will receive the bachelor at scien.ce degree in Mathematics, from Iowa State College, Ames, at the commencement exercises, June 15. > While 'in college, Miss Andrews participated in Science Women's Club, Wesley Foundation arid Mathematics Club. During her senior year she was vice- president Of the Mathematics Club and did part time teaching at the College. She has accepted a position. to teach in Cresco high school next year. The circumference of China is equal to that of the entire world. How Much Is Your Wo rth for just Pennies* a day you can keep cool this Summer! Sli« of _ Air Conditioner V4TON % TON (Approximate) LOAD 1000 WATTS 1300 WATTS I TON 1750 WATTS I'/i TON 2000 WATTS 9 TON 3250 WATTS '(II you now vit 120 Utowo'l fiouri pit month) (Approximate) OPERATING COST p*r how* .64 .44 .34 • Your room air conditioner will do more for you than just cool and circulate the air. It "conditions" the air, for it 'does these things; 1. 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