The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1957 · Page 12
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Cattle Didn't Know What Hit Them Here is another storm some which graphically demonstrates nature's forces. The four cows and calf shown above had gathered out of the wind on the Don McNulty farm near Goodell when a storm moved in. Lightning struck the fence shown, and the animals, which were standing beside the wire, were killed immediately. (Cut courtesy Belmond Independent) CARD OF THANKS I would like to express thanks to everyone for the flowers, cards and letters I received while I was a patient in St. Ann Hos- ital. Mrs Kate Bollinger 25* PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE. IOWA Friday, June 21 Western & Old Time FRANK BUHR Sunday, June 23 LYNN KERNS Friday, June 28 TEEN-AQE DANCE * Don Dean£;[ T ' , . r ""^••"•""•^"•••••^"""••"'"•^^ Sunday, June 30 DON HOY Sunday, July 7 HENRY CHARLES' No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 Fenton Elevator Manager Arrives Fenton — Curtis Lura, new manager of the Fenton Co-Op Elevator, and his family have moved into the Mary Hansen apartment. Mr Lura began his position as manager of the elevator Monday, June 17. He is married and has a daughter, Christy, 3. Mr and Mrs Gerald Gochenour and Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard of Lone Rock attended Friendship Night of the Eastern Star at Gilmore City last Thursday evening. Mrs Gochervmr assisted in the initiation of Lloyd ; Enjoying a pot-luck family dinner Sunday at the Fred Mortenson home were Mr and Mrs R. F. Laabs, Amanda Schutt, Mr and Mrs Arnold Laabs and family, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Laabs and family, Mr and Mrs Virgil Wolf and family of Bancroft and Miss Pat Merten of Wilmar, Minn. Miss Merten has bedn a guest in the Mortenson home since last Thursday, Penny Boevers spent several days this past week visiting with Diane ''Holland at Colwell. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedl and girls of Lone Rock visited at theX Franklin Mueller home TjMlrsdajr fivenirig of last week. •"Betty Cody, daughter of Mr and Mrs Amer Cody of Fenton has accepted a position of teaching in the elementary grades in Sioux Falls, So. Dak. Betty recently received her state certificate from Augustana College in Sioux Falls. The Rose Circle of Ihe WSCS met Thursday afternoon, June 13, in the home of Mrs Roy Chris- chilles with Mrs Ray Zwiefel assisting hostess. There were 13 members present. Agnes Goetsch was in charge of devotions and Mrs Ray Zwiefel presented the lesson. Ruth Krause and.Clara Wang of Augustana College, Sioux Falls, S. D. and Froydis Myhr- wold, the latter recently returned from the Japan mission field, were weekend guests of Anna Marie Mitchell at the Albert Mitchell home. Mr and Mrs J. F. Beckley recently returned from a visit with relatives at Loveland, Colo. The Beckleys are now living at their summer home at Walker, Minn. The Bertha Circle of the WSCS met Thursday afternoon with Mrs Earl Lufkin, circle chairman. Mrs Carrie Vpigt was in charge of the devotions and Mrs Clarence Arbogast presented the lesson. Eleven members were present, also Miss Pat Lufkin who assisted her mother in serving .and Cindy Voigt.' Mr : and Mrs Melvih Ricklefs .and family of Titonka were Tuesday 'evening visitors' in the parental Roelf Miller home. Mr and Mrs Paul Winter and Julia of Lakpta were Thursday evening guests in the Miller home. Juaniia Jensen of Ringsted h»%, been visiting in the KenriethPHfil^ verson home for the past two weeks. Mr and Mrs W, B. Schmidtke of Morristown, Minn, were weekend guests in the William Hantelman home. fferit iw lleparf** Coming Events Thursday, June 20 — Blakjer W.M.F.; Independence Mixers; Helen Circle. Friday, June 21 — Ellen Circle New Officers For Auxiliary At Fenton Fenton—The Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs Elmer Greinert. The Auxiliary sent $5 to the Mental Health Institute at Cherokee. Election of officers was held President, Mrs Gaylord Johnson: vice president, Mrs Elma,r Greinert; secretary, Mrs Arnold Hansen; treasurer, Mrs W. R. Wolfe. Sgt. at arms, Mrs Don Steinberger; Historian, Mrs Hans Baago; chaplain, Mrs Martin Ohm. The July meeting will be with Mrs Gaylord Johnson at which time the new officers »will be installed. Widdel Reunion Held The Widdel Reunion'^as held Sunday, June 9, at this Fenton Community Center with 47 in attendance. Those attending were Mrs John. Boevers of' El Reno, Okla. Mr and Mrs Leonard Haase and Mary Ann of Chariton, Mr and Mrs'Theodore Weisbrod and William Krause of Fairmont; Mr and Mrs Clafford Haase, Lee and Karen and Mrs Hqrrie Haase of Algona; Glen Haase of Webster City; Harry Widdel of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Merwin Widdel, Linda, Keith, Nancy, Dick and John of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Bryan Hauge and Terry of Bancroft. Those attending from Fenton are as follows: Mr and Mrs Walter Widdel, Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel, Patty and Gary, Mr and Mrs L. J. Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyers, Mr and Mrs Donald Gross, Cheryl and Marcia Ann, Mr and' Mrs Haery Haase Mr and Mrs Bill Haase,'Gary, Bernhard'and Elaine, 'Mrs Herman Gade and Mike Alford. Guests attending were Karon Peitersen of Ringsted, 1 and Edith Hjayenga of Fenton. - .;,' Mr and Mrs Clayton Ditsworih and girls and Mrs Maude Dean were last Sunday guests ,of Mr and' Mrs Arnold Kuecker and Barbara and Mrs Ella Kuecker at Buffalo Center. Marlon Mueller, Fenton, Wed* Lucia Prohaika NOW IT'S EASILY POSSIBLE FOR ANY AND EVERY HOME-OWNER TO fer Fr«« Ef timgtes And Further Informotion HAVE AIR • CONDITIONING!!! Fits Any Type Home, Installs Quickly, Low In Cost Fits any type home — economical to install. No expensive metal ductwork no water controls ere necessary, the compactly designed AIRTEMP nifii will «i? rrmsliti/ivt »MH« VWPTDr* u/MVci 1 ifYTi ™ w ' •» WW»JP»»»IP ***** # *****$- 4 Mv Will alf* condinon your ENTIRE HOME at little more expense then you would expect & ? 8y n l ? r u* aro *. cl , y9 }y r P™* nt aPPHa^es. The temperature of your home is fffSf^.W ? *"*! .^'"WM* :• ', r»» merely dial the climate you w«ST and ffficient dUfum d&tnlwto ^hnl^^d^jfai^ .4LJe •mz corner Algona Plumbing & Heating 311'/iEpst Nebraska Street Fenton — Vows were solmeh' ized Sunday .June 2 at the Methodist church in Earlham by Lucia Prohaska, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Prohaska of Earlham, and Harlan Mueller, son of Mr and Mrs Ernest Mueller, of Fenton. Rev. J. Preston Cole, pastor of the Wesley Foundation, Iowa State Teacher's college, Cedar Falls, officiated at the double ring candle-light ceremony. The candles were lighted by Judy Marquardt and Carol Sue Thomas, cousins of the bride Donna Meinhard accompanied Shirley Grant who sang 'I Love you Truly', 'Because' and 'The Lord's Prayer.' Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a floor-length gown made with a lace bodice, having a tiny Peter Pan collar trimmed in irrides- cent sequins and tiny seed pearls and a full net skirt with lace inserts over white bridal satin. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a lace juliet cap, also trimmed in tiny seed pearls. A white cascade bouquet of magestic daisies was carried by the bride. Mrs Marlin Wegener, sister of the bridegroom, served as matron of honor. Karen Ballentine, a friend of the bride, was brides-maid. Lucian Prohaska, brother of the bride, served as best man. Lawrence Mueller, brother of the bridegroom, was groomsman. "Ushers were Marlin Wegener and Dale Golightly. Nieces of the groom, Barbara Pompe and Connie Mueller were fjower girls, and ringbearer was Dennis Mueller, nephew of the groom. Following the wedding a reception was held at the church. The three-tiered wedding cake was topped with sugar wedding bells. Flowers and' greenery carried out the festive mood. Teressa McDonald cut the cake, Gloria Martins poured the coffee and Mary. Jane Brittian, the punch. The gifts were attended by Marian Beaver, Sharon Frierwarth and Marilyn Conrad. Yvonne Marquardt had charge of the guest book. Mrs Mueller graduated from DeSota high school and attended Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls. She has been teaching for the past year at Osage. Mr Mueller is a graduate of Fenton high school and attended Gale Institute in Minneapolis, and is presently employed by the Chicago and' North Western as a stalion agent. " " * Guests from Fenton and vicinity were Mr and Mrs Ernest Mueller, Mr and Mrs Melvin Pompe and family, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Mueller and family, Mr and. Mrs Marlin Wegener, Mr and Mrs Clarence Bierstedt and Clarence Jr., Mr Lyle Hansen, Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Mueller and Everett; Mr and Mrs Otto Borchardt, Mr and Mrs Roy Klein, and Mr and Mrs Charles Beaver and son. Gochenour of Gilmore City. '4' '», A total of 67 students were enrolled in the Methodist Bible School, with fourteen teachers and workers on the staff. The group was divided into three classes. Their offerings totaling $32 went to a mission work project. Since the topic of study, concerned the church the Junior class members made a trip to Emmetsburg to visit St. Thomas Catholic church, Bethany Lutheran church and the First Methodist church. Mrs Donald Root, Dick and Ervin drove to Minneaptjlis on Sunday and returned home on Monday. They took Vickey Taylor, Mrs Root's niece, to enroll at Gale Institute. Larry Root arrived home from Iowa State College Thursday. He will leave June 21 for Indianapolis, Ind., where he will be employed for the summer at the Civil Aeronautics Technical Development Center. Lavonne Cody, daughter of Mr and Mrs Amer Cody, Fenton, has been named among the students at Augustana Academy, Canton, C. D. who attained the honor roll for the second semester. Mrs Romaine Weisbrod and Billy visited in the Bob Chest! nutwood home at Winterset on i Sunday. Billy remained for an ! extended visit with his sister i and family. Donald Baldwin Of Seneca Is Wed Saturday Seneca -»- Irf a beautiful ceremony at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 15, Jean Elizabeth Griffin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs James E. Grif> fin of Red Wing, Minn, and Dr, Donald Baldwin, son of Mr and Mrs Cecil Baldwin of Seneca, were united in marriage. The ceremony took place in the Presbyterian church at Armstrong with Rev. Alex Orr officiating. Nuptial music was played by Mrs Arnold Wilson, who also accompanied Gaylord Plathe of Armstrong, soloist. The bride, v/ho was given in marriage by her father, was lovely in a gown of white Japanese silk satin. It was fashioned with a tightly fitted bodice, sleeves which tapered at the wrist and a sweet heart neckline. The bouffant skirt, which had ap- pliqued lace motifs was floor length. It had a lace flounce overskirt which matched the bodice of the gown. It buttoned down the back with tiny satirt buttons. Her veil was of illusion lace, held in place by a tiara of seed pearls and sequins. Her only jewelry was a double strand pearl necklace with matching earrings, which was a gift from the groom. Her bridal bouquet was a cluster" of Cimlutium Orchids on a white Bible from which fell satin streamers and rose buds. New Cub Pack The American Legion post in Fenton is sponsoring the Cub Scouts in Fenton. Reorganization of Pack 90 has been completed. Mrs Donald Shaw, Mrs Gerald Gochenour, Clarence Yager and Rueben Luedtke acted on the committee. . Three Dens were formed with Mrs Donald 'Shaw, Mrs Gerald Gochenour and Mrs Don Steinberger as Den Mothers. Donald Shaw, Gerald Gochenour and Don Steinberger as Den Fathers. Gerald Gochenour is cubmaster and Clarence Yager assistant cubmaster. The Pack Committee consists of Wall'y Smith .Donald Shaw and Clarence Yager. The first Pack meeting will be held on Friday night, July 26 conducted by the Area Scout man, Mr Wichael, at which time the parents will present their boys who have met requirements for their Bobcat pins. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn went to Duluth, Minn, to attend the wed ding Saturday of Doris Hantel man, daughter of Mr and Mrs Le land Hantelman. Mrs. Bruhn was organist at the wedding. ' ! ' Mrs Bernice North of Foniana Calif, arrived Saturday for an extended visit in the H. C. Lindsey home. Mr and Mrs Eddie Lindsey and family were Saturday evening visitors, in the Lindsey home and then drove to Elmore Minn, to visit with Mrs Lindsay's parents, 4 Mr and Mrs C. E. Shaw of Des Moines were • weekend guests in the Donald Shaw home. Guests on Sunday were Mr and Mrs Lyle Rogers and Michael and Mrs Aphelia Rogers of Des Moines. The St. John Lutheran Bible School was closed with a program Triday morning at 10:30 a.m. Teachers at the Bible school have been Rev. W. H. Friedrich, Mrs John Struecker, Mrs Cecil Langerman, Mrs Woodrow Kracht, Susan Hantelman, Faye Hantelman, Kathryn Alt, Mary Alice Luedtke and Jane Ruger. Assisting with the music by being pianists 'were Jane Ruger Joanne Mitchell. Mrs George Jent* with Mr Mrs Mark Simmons, Mrs Walter Jentz and Mrs Harvey Higley of Fairmont went to Minneapolis Sunday to attend ordination services at the University Lutheran chqrch of Hope for Robert Barker. Mrs Barker is the former June Adelc Hanna of Lone Rock- FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY J. Wallace Smith Reel Ettpte Broker General Insurance THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN OifBE DEALER Phen* 3 Ret, Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE for Building. Remodeling PH0N|18I«M7 Dr, E, W. Rusks DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S OARAGE Auto ft Trader (A; ^L'.^^.^lfew^ft^i'^S". ^ The bridesmaid, was Carol Golstrom of Minneapolis. The groom's attendant was Dr. Ch.a'- les Krassas of Morris, Minn, ushers were Ted and Jack Storm. Mrs Florence Sorehsen of Algona registered the guests. Mrs Stella • Nolan 6f Ringsted and Mrs Lester Osbotn of Seneca opened and displayed the wed-ding gifts. Immediately following the ceremony a reception Was held in the church parlors for approximately 150 relatives and friends. Mrs C. O. Bailey presided at the punch bowl and Mrs A. N. Storm of Des Moines presided at the refreshment table. The wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs Florence Mangold of Armstrong. Waitresses were Marcia Hartshorn of Seneca and Mary Valen of Armstrong. Jeannie Hartshorn of Seneca and Susan Drinan of Armstrong were junior waitresses. Mrs Ralph Drinan of Armstrong served as dining room hostess and the Mesdames Ruth Hartshorn of Seneca, Evelyn Plath, Le Roy Harrington, Ole Goodge and August Haisman all of Armstrong and Mrs Ruth Jensen of Seneca prepared the refreshments for serving. The bride was graduated from the Red Wing, Minn, high school and has been -employed at Minneapolis. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Seneca high school, enlisted in the navy and spent a great share of his time overseas On his return home he enrolled at the Northwestern College of Chiropracty at Minneapolis. He is now a student intern there and will complete his intership in October. The young couple will be at home at Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft and Jack, Pat Horstman of Britt and Mrs Bertha Pommer of Algona were Thursday evening dinner guests at the Gerrit De Waard home near Titonka. The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club and leaders Earl Crouch and Caleb Hartshorn•-, and Lyle England, also Penny Beavers of Fenton, toured places of interest in Minneapolis Wednesday and Thursday. Members enjoying the trip were Ronnie Johannesen, Ray- mond Wilberg, Arthur Hovick, Bob Crouch, Dwant JtJhannesen, Mary England, Larry Johartneseti, Jerry England and Marcia Hartshorn. The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club held their club tour Monday, June 10. A birthday party was held Monday afternoon at the Wood* row Kracht home honoring Linda Sue ort her sixth birthday. Guests included her grandmother, Mrs Kathryn Doege of Algona, Marilyn Taylor, Sandra, Le- Ann, Jolene and Mrs Norbert Thilges, Ila Mae and Mrs Sieb Behrends, Rennee Dehlse and Mrs Ervin Votteler, Anha Men2, Ann Fortney, Jo Ann Bihzen, Becky Jensen, Linda Sue Ullenswang, Theresa Kennedy, Marlene Smith, Candace Vaudt and Sylvia Sullivan. Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen, Dorothy and Alyse also Mrs P. H. Petersen attended the wedding of their cousin and nephew, Robert Hanson, son of the August Hansons of Ringsted and Violet Rose Wohlhuter. daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Wohlhuter of Welcome, Minn., Sunday afternoon, June 16. 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