The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1955 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1955
Page 15
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, June 23, tfcSS Fenttin, Weds Davenport Girl FeflfCfl — William Friedrich of Fenton, and Marleoe Drumtn of Davenport were married June 19 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Davenport, in a douBIe-fifig 'ceremony at 7:30 p.m. The bridegroom's ' father, the Rev; Waiter H. Friedrich of Fenton, officiated and was assisted by the Rev. F. H. Uteri, pastor of Trinity Lutheran, Davenport. Miss Drumm is the* daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Drumm of Davenport, and was given m marriage by._ her father. Mr Friedrich Is the son of the Rev, and Mrs W. Friedrich of Fentori. The br.ide was lovely. in a floor-length white gown fashioned of lacfe and tulle over satin with a fitted bodice, long lace sleeves, and a cauieurai uin^ui train. Her finger-tip 4ulle veil was'held in place with a half-cap of .lace,.-, trimmed with sequjns and,-Seed pearls. A rhinestona cross,, gift of the. bridegroom, was her only jewelry. She carried a cross-shaped bouquet of red roses on a white Bible. «* Carolina Friedrich, sister'of the bridegroom, served as maid of honor. Mrs Marvin Drumm, sister-in-law of the bride, served as bride's matron. Barbara Bauer and Beulah .'Stricter, friends of the bride, were bridesmaids.' Deborah Drumm, niece ,of the bride, was flower girl. Robert Friedrich served his brother as, best man, while Lee Drumm, brother of the bride, was groomsman, Marvin Drumm, bro- iner of the bride, and William Evers Jr., cousin of the bridegroom, served as ushers. W. H. Paul, principal of Trinity Lutheran School, Davenport, played the wedding marches. The Trinity Church Choir sang "Take Thou My Hand-and Lead Me" and "A Faithful Shepherd is My Lord." The wedding reception was held in, the;church parlors "im- emdiat'ely following the; ceremony, lor approximately 300 guests. Paula Masters and Klo'rine Bousselot poured. Elizabeth Horn had , charge of -the guest book, and Dorothy Lensch had charge of the gifts. • The" bride attended Concordia Teachers College of Seward, Neb. The bridegroom was graduated from Concordia Junior College, St. Paul, Minn., and received his B. A. degree and his theological diploma from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Mo. He served his year's vicarage at Trinity Lutheran church, Bloomington, III. Upon his graduation 'front*' .the Seminary she received a, tfalW^ the Lutheran parishes at Niagara and Inkster, North Dakota. The couple will be at home in Niagara, North Dakota, July 15. 'Those who attended the wedding from this vicinity were the Rev. and Mrs ,W. H. Friedrich, Robert and Caroline.*)! Fenton; Mr Orville Kressin of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Louis Egel and family of Algona. _ , Revise Summer Swimming Hours Fenton—The schedule for recreational swimming at the Whitlerpore pool for students in the Sentral Community School District will be as follows: Fenton—Leave school at 1:15 Wednesday p.m. • Lone Rock—Leave school at 2:00 Wednesday p.m. Seneca-—Leave school at 2:30 Wednesday p. m. As the revised schedule now stands — beginning classes art- scheduled to meet on Monday mornings, recreational classes on Wednesday afternoons, and intermediate, classes on Friday mornings. Students from either class sessions are welcome to attend the Wednesday afternoon sessions. M r Bausman, instrumental director in the Sentyal District, announces the following revision in his music lesson .schedule. Parents or students, who wish to contact Mr Bausman, will fini! him at the respective school buildings at tht> following times: Fenton — All day Monday, Thursday afternoon, and Friday afternoon. Lone Hock—All day Tuesday and Thursday morning. Seneca — All day Wednesday and Friday morning. Mrs Louisa Jentz, Mr and Mrs Emil Brandenburg and Eddie cu Colorado Springs find Mr »nd Mr" Dick Jenta and family, Mr and Mrs M. P. Neinitz, Mr and Mrs John Schallin, Mrs Martha Pompe and Harlan were Thursday evening guests in the William Buettcher home. , Mr and Mrs Otto Berkeland oi Colorado Springs, Colo. - were weekend guests in 1 the B. G. Berkeiand home. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn. Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman, Mr and Mrs William Hantehnan and family and Mr and Mrs Gechart Hantelman and family attended the 55th wedding anniversary 01 Rev. and Mrs John Buennan ut Palmer, Iowa Sunday. The honored couple are an aunt and uncle of the HantfJmans. Mr and Mrs Oliver SSoeber. Susan and Steven and W. E. Sloe- ber spent Sunduy with Mr and Mrs Fred Stoeber and Mrs Sarah Qrtmeyer at Charles City. Ward Huske, who has recently received his discharge from I ho armed services, spent the weekend with his parents!, Dr. ana Mrs E. W. Ruske. He is now ut Iowa City, whfiv hu cnroUuu w Grand opening of»ihe new SiandaM Sefviee sfaifon on highway 44 af ihe east edg6 of Fenton it' slated for Sal- Urday, Juris 25. Arnie Hansen is manager of the new Station, arid Get- aid Gochenour is farifc wagon agent. Numerous free gifts Will-be given away and there will be treats for.-everyone as announced elsewhere in an ad in today's FenJton Reporter section. the new slalion, whi6h was completed some weeks ago, was constructed by the. Hantelman Building Service, while plumbing, heating and wiring was installed by Me- Fall & Rusch. Family Reunion At Lotts Creek Fenfon—A family reunion with pot luck dinner was held Sunday at the Lotts Creek church parlors in honor of Mrs Louisa Jentz and Mr. and Mrs Emil Brandenburg and son, Eddie, of Colorado Springs, Colo. Those attending were Mr and Mrs M. P. Nerhitz, Mr and Mrs William Boetteher, Mr and Mrs Otto Ohm, Mr, and Mrs Alex Radig, Mr and Mrs Carl Zumach, Mr and Mrs Virgil Borchardt, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Hainzinger and Karen, Mr and Mrs Arnold Hainzinger, Mr and Mrs Fred Jentz, Mr ahfl Mrs George Jentz, Mr and Mrfc M.. E. Hiatt, Mrs Anna Meyer and Elsie, Mrs He- lezje Jentz and girls, Mrs Lena Zumach and Miss Alice Geitzenauer all of Fenton. Mr- and Mrs Dale Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Ed Ohm, Mr and Mrs G. W. Wolter and family, Mr and Mrs Art Zumach and family, Mr and Mrs John Schal- lin, Mr and Mrs William Dreyer, Rev. and Mrs O. C. Geisler, Mr and Mrs Donald Radig and family, Mr and Mrs Herman Hintz, Mrs Ed Kressin, Mrs William Buss all of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Art Rusch, Mr and Mrs Herman Zumach, Mrs Martha Pompe and'Harlan, Mrs Arela Leininger, Mrs Adela Meyer all of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs W, C. Dau, Mr and Mrs Harley Kooker and family and Mr and Mrs Frank Schallin all of Algona. Mrs Marie Dreyer and family of Burt,-Mr-and Mrs Frank Schel- V % DidRenSMa".*- Mr arid Mrs falter Jentz, Mr and Mrs May- n'ard Jentz and family of Fairmont, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Howard Anderson and family of Armstrong, Mr Carl Schallin of St. Paul, Minn, and Mr William Ortloff of Arlington, Minn. Is dttrine Capt, . JAPAN U'HT«C) — Promoted to his present rank May 20 while serving as a plane captain was Marine Sgt. Fay F. Cornelius, son of Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius of^Fenton. •Before entering the service in May 1951, he was graduated from Fenton 'high school. He is attached to <Marine Aiv Group 11, a unit of the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing at the U. S. Naval Air Station here. Coming Events Thursday, June 23 — W.M.F at Depew church. Sunday, June 26 — Fenton Township Homemakers picnic. Monday, June"" 1 27 — Worker's Conference. Mr and Mrs Ed Ohm attended the Schallin reunion Sunday at Lotts Creek and were supoe'r guests at the William Boetteher home. The Donald Uthof family of West Concord, Minn, 'were evening guests. : CARD OF THANKS Thanks to ail lor the nice reunion given us at the Lotts Creek church Sunday, and for all the other courtesies extended us during our visit. Mrs Louisa Jentz, Mr and Mrs Emil Brandenburg and son Eddie 25* THOMAS FUNERALCHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers'crnd Funeral Directors Reliable 24 ^ur^ „ Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Ringsted 100 JOOA 21A 21B I Standard Service SATURDAY JUNE 25 ON HIWAY 44 - FENTON tin ^¥-*ff^ Drawing For SUNBEAM SKILLET FISH ROD & REEL 6-TOPPER MATS ELECTRIC FAN 34 FREE 10 Gals. Gas Free TO EVERY Tenth Customer In For Gasoline Fill / Across The Drive Drawing For 5-1 Gal. Cans Stock Spray 5-1 Gal. Self Polish Wax 5^-Oil Changes 5-WashJ6b£ 25 PERCENT EMULSIFIED .'US PER GALLON In 54 Gallon Drums t (No Charge For Drums) • IN SMALLER LOTS - $1.40 GAL. ! (While Stock Lasts) BRING US YOUR MOWER Sickles And Ensilage Knives Sharpened. Weisbrod Implement Your John Deere De.aler In Fenton Also Tickets For A Free Grease Job With Every Oil Change Across Drive Free Doughnuts and Coffee AND SOFT DRINKS HOURS 7 A.M. to 10 P.M- SATURDAY STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS ATLAS TIRES, BATTERIES & ACCESSORIES REGISTER ONLY - NO OBLIGATION - tittAWING FOR AWARDS'AT 9:30 P.M. YOU MAY ALSO WIN CASH NITE AWARD BY BEING IN OUR STATION AT 9:30 P. M. BUT YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN ANY OF OUR AWARDS: Arnie Hansen, Service Station Mgr., PHONE 26 Gerald Gochenour, Tank Wagon Service FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WE15BRQD Implement Company JOHN PIERE PEALER . Phono 9 Re*.. Phon« 60 HANTELMAN BU11DIN© SIRVI0I fi>r Building 9 - Remodeling PHONg 135 pr 17 Dr. E, W. Ruske DENTIST , Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTiLMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair! FENTON/ (A. Good Food Good Cofftt HOME CAP! GENERAL CONTRACTORS , 'FOR CONSTRUCTION OF HANSEN'S STANDARD SERVICE Congratulations From HANTELMAN'S BUILDING SERVICE BUILDING CONTRACTORS M. C. HANTELMAN Wm P. HANTELMAN PHQNi 125 PHONE 17 FiNTON, IOWA In Hansen's New Standard Service Station Installed ky & RUSCH WE SELL, INSTALL & SERVICE PHONE 120 OR 111 FENTON, IOWA

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