The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1955 · Page 47
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Vim. Friedrich, Fenfon, Weds Davenport Girl Ffettton — William Friedi-idi of Ft-nton, and Marlenr Druimn of Davenport worn mnrriod June 1!) ;it Trinity Lutheran Church, Davenport, in ;i double-ring ceremony at 7:30 p.m. The bridegroom's father, the Rev. Walter JL Friedrich of Fenton, officiated and was assisted by the Rev. F. H. IHen, ppslor of Trinity Lu- Ihornn, Davenport. Mi.«s Drurnm is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Drumm of Davenport, and \vaw MI von rn marriage by her father. Mr Friedrich is the son of the Rev. and Mrs W. Friedrich of Fenlon. The bride was JoveJy in a lloor-length white gown fashioned of lace rind tulle over .satin with a fitted bodice, long lace MH'Vi'.s and .. <. ui.'K'ur.il .utisui train. Her finger-lip tulle veil was'held in place with a half-cap of lace, trimm-.;! \vi!h sequins and seed peat Is. A rhincstono cross, gilt of the bridegroom, was her only jewelry. She carried a crosF-shaped bouquet of red roses on a while Bible. Caroline Fnuli ieh, sister of the bridegroom, seivv-ii as nuid of honor. Mr,-; Marvm Drumm, .-:.«ter-in-law of the bride. : ,ei vecl as bride's matron. Baibaia Bauer and Betikih Si rider, friends o£ the in'itic, wc.ro bridesmaids. Uctrirah Drumm, nu-ci: o! the bride, wa.s tlov. cv girl. Robert Fikxii ich served hrr.iln.T as Ln-r! :nan. \vhiie Drumm. b;ntl;; r cf the bride, Thursday, June 23, 195S Algona (la.) Upp«f ties Grand Grand opening of the new Slandard Service station on highway 44 at the east edge of Fenlon is slated for Saturday, June 25. Arnie Hansen is manager of the new station, and Gerald Gochenour is tank wagon agenr. Numerous free gifts will be given away and there will be treats for everyone as announced elsewhere in an ad in today's Fenlon Reporter section. The new station, which was completed some weeks ago, was constructed by the Hanlelman Build:ng Ssrvie.6, while plumbing, heating and wiring was installed by Me-. Fall & Rusch. Fenton Marine Is Plane Capt. his Lee wa.-: Marvin Drumm. hro- inei of tlie l:.nde. and William JA'ers J:., cou groom. sei vtd \V. H. fan!, !.u!.'icnm Triml in .'!' tile brides u.-bois. jiHK'ip.il of Trinity l. D;,\ enpnrt, piay- he wvdrimg ip.arches. The ly Ci.uirn Ci.^ir sung "Take Niy j|;md and Lead Me" "A j-'.i.'.Mlu! Si:tphi-:d ;>• My imm .UU'.'> The \vei.Khtu; r< ccption was l.eld in the church parlors :m- irridialely following tin.' cc:e- J'.ir ap|jri'.\.niateiv ,100 Paul,. M-istfrs' and L- Br, u .-se!ot pourOd. Kii/a- Hotn h!td chaig'- "f t.'.c book, and Doro'nv l^cnsc-h •larue ..:' the gift.-". 'i fu b: ,i k attended ConcoiUia Tci'r.'H'T.- C'oiir.;e of Sf\vatd. Neb The bridegroom vva.s graduated ':-••,:. O.-ncoidia. Junior • College, St. 1'aul. Minn., and received bus K A. degree and his. theological oipinnia ir:'!ii Cc.ncordia Senn- na'ry., St. Louis, Mu. He served >.:s year's vicarage at Trinity Lu;:!!,iii rhureh, Lilnonnngtrin. III. Upon his graduation 1 froip the Sc:r,;narv he received a Py.JL>J£> the Lutheran parishes at "Niagara ;,n.i Inkster, North Dakota. The ,. .u|,'ie will be at home in Nia, ;!,.. North D:tkota, July 15. T:..-.-i- who ;'.Ucndvd the \ved(!.•. i: "M this v.C'.nitv weie the i;. e M..; M."-, \V. H.' 'KHr.irirh. K. '>. - • .-i. i Car.'iim- of Ft nt-'rv M: U; v.Me Kr< ->i:i .-f L«nv H.-I k ,.:,.; M. a:ui Mr: Lou...-. Egel aii.i :.!::..;\ i.l .\iL---na. Revise Summer Swimming Hours Fenlon—The schedule for re- (icaliii.'ial swimming at the \Vhittvtiv.v.v y>'"»-)l l>ir student.- in the Scntral Cfmrnunity Sclnml District will be as follows: Fenli'ii— Li.-ave scliool ,it l:lj Wednesday p.m. Lope Rook---Leave .-ch-iol at 2:0.1 Wednes.-hi.v p.m. Seneca --Leave sch -ol ;,t 2:3(1 Wc-incsday j) m. • As the revised SC»H ilu!e now stand- beg.nning cla-.-vs a: e s.-lu duled t,i iiif-ei on Mmvlay ninriiing.-, ret' eat:- n'il class-.'s (.n V,'(-diH'sd;.y afu-rnuons, ar.d intei'inediate elasM-s en Friday m-ivning.-- S;u..!..nts from either cl.e - M--.-:I •;:•• ,i:'e w-. l.-ome t" at t« n 'i th.e \Vi-dne.-day aiti nui.in ,-t .-.-i' .IIS. M r Baii-iii.m. instrument..1 d;:vc!';r m toe S( nil ,>1 Distr:.-:. isimoimcis tiu- iLiliUin^ re\-s.-.' 'P. m his mti^ic lesson schedule. Parents or .--ludents. \\l; > wi.-h !.' c ir.lact Mr n.ru-n.jn. will fin.: hin, ;.( the re-'Ht'tlVe scho '1 livii'nhug.- M ti-.e i-.ilLiwir.g times: FeiHun All d,i\' M. 'lidav, Thurjdav afternoun, and Friday Family Reunion At Lofts Creek Fenton—A family reunion with po! luck dinner was held Sui:- rlav at the LoU.s Crui'l; church par.'ois in honor of Mrs Loui.-a .lent,', and Mr and Mrs Emil Brandenburg an'l son. F.ddie. of Colorado Springs, Colo. Thusp attending were Mr and Mrs M. P. Nr-mit/.. Mr and Mrs William HoeMcher. Mr nnd Mrj Otto Ohm. Mr and Mrs Alex R;.idig. Mr and Mrs Carl Zurnach, Mr and Mr? Virgil Bnrchardt, Mr and Mr.-- Sylvester HainxinsCT aiici Karen. Mr and Mrs Arnold Hainxinger. Mr and Mrs Fred .lent/, Mr nnd Mrs Georee Jentz. Mr and Mrs M K. Hiatf. Mrs Anna Mryer anrl E's.ie. Mr? lio- !jgi< Ji'nt/ and. girls. Mrs Lena /^unrirli and M;s. ; Alice Gcitzon- auer all of F.'nton. Mr ;..<.\,i Mrs Dale Schroeder. Mr and Mrs Ed Ohm. Mr and Mrs C;. \V. \Volicr and family. Air and Mrs Art Zu;nach aiid family. Mr an i Mrs- J-.'hti Schai- i.n. Mr and r-irs \Villiam D; ever, Her. mid Mrs O. C. Geisler.' Mr nnd M;s D.Tiald Ha'iic arvl family, Mr a:v.l Mr: Herman Hint/. ! Mis Ed Kvc-s.-m. Mr.-, William ! Mr and Mrs A)! JUiseh, Mr and M: - He:;;-, m Xu-naeh. Mr.- Martha P.'.:iipi- aivl liaii.in. Mr- Aif' . Leiivn^-r. ,\!rs AdeJa Mevt r ail ' -in!'ie; ;.!; ;iiui Mr- W ! Mi and Mi, H.-yky j r,d fa;nih- and Mr *arul ! ATSUGi, JAPAM Promot'.d to hi;; pre^r.'ii! , ri:nk May 20 v.'hile sei'ving as a plane captain was Marine Sgt. Fay F Cornelius, son of Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius of Fenton. Before entering I ho service in May 1951, he was graduated from Fenton high school. He is attached to Marine Air I Group II, a unit of the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing aV the U. S Naval Air Station here. Coming Events Thursday. Juntj 23 — si Depew church. Sunday, June 26 — Fenton Town.-hip Homemakers picnic. Monday. June 27 — Worker's Conference. CARD OF THANKS Thanks 'o ail ;or the nice reunion given us at the Lotts Creek e'nur; ii Sunday, and lor all the other courtesies extended us during i-.'ur vi.-il. Mrs Lruisa JenU Mr nnd Mrs Emil Brandenburg and son (Eddie 25* C. Dau. Kooker , Mrs Fr:,:ik Srh ,!] Mrs Marie Diew Hurt. Mr and Mi i Dhtkens,. l .liter Jent/, Mr nard Jentx and m -iH. Mini;.; Mr Andir.-i.n an.d f string. Mr Car! Paul. Minn. ,-:r., 'Jr.d f'am':Ty o'i • Frank Sciu/i- .;. Mr..and Mrs and -Mrs M:.-.v- :rH Mrs H. aiv.i.'y of Schallir: . i Mr \V Fa:r- Ward Mr and Mrs Ed Ohm a!Scnd- ' a* L-.'H^' Criek rnri wvii 1 .-uj>per ] aurs's ,,! thr \Vi;!!,i:n B.n-tuN-i l-.orno. The I.X.::.,!-! f: : i..; f^ir.jlv "5 We>t C.-m-.-rJ. M:nn. were i evening guv-is. ! THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance ServicB Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Ringsled 100 100 A 21A 21B I.,.in- K.rk.-AIl aii.i Thursday inoiinng. Si neca — - All day Wednesday tiiid Friday mm ning. Mrs Louisa Jeniz. Mr and Mrs Kmi! Hi :.ivu nijury ..r.d Eddie uf C'nl-.r.ni,.. Snrin-JS Mid Mr -<n 1 Mr< Dirk Jent/. and family, Mr and Mrs M. I 1 . Neimt/. Mr and Mrs Jo'm Scb.allm, Mrs Martha I'i.mpe and Harian were Thursday t-ven- in,; .mie-'ts in the William Boett- chi r home. . Mr and Mrs Otto Berkeland of Co|,.r;icl<j Springs. Colo, were weekend giK^ts in the B. G. Berkelan^l home. Mr and Mrs Ed Bruhn, Mr and Mrs ^lartin JIuntelman. Mr and Mis William ll'intelmau and laiiiiiy and Mr and Mrs Uerhart H-.tntelman and family attended the ;V>th \\<dding anniversary 01 I-Jev. and Mrs John Baermun at Palmer, Iowa Sunday. The honored couple are an aunt and Uncle uf Hie Hunlelm:.ni>. Mr and Mrs Oliver Stoeber, Susan am! Steven and W. E. Sloe- her spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Fred Stoeber an»l Mrs Surah Orlmcyer at Charles City. Werd .Ruske. who has recently received his discharge from the at'mc'l services, spent the weekend with hU parents. Dr. and Mr-, E W. Ru.-ke. He is now i.\ 1 v. ,i ( M.v . •. i;. . e be UuuJlcd U! yru-iUulL: cuJlcgt-. 25 PERCENT EMULSIFIED (No Charge For Drums) IN SMALLER LOT5 - $1.40 GAL. (While Stock Lasts) BRING US YOUR MOWER Sickles And Ensilage Knives Sharpened. Weisbrod Implement Your John Deere Dealer In Fenton FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROO implement Company JOHN DEtRE DEALER Bu». Phone 3 Res. Phon« 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 r«nlon, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair! FENTON, IA. Good Food Good Coffee HOME CAFE I Hansen's Standard Service SATURDAY JUNE 25 ON HSWAY 44 - FENTON 34 FREE t Drawing For SUNBEAM SKILLET FiSH ROD & REEL 6-TOPPER MATS ELECTRIC FAN 10 Gals. Gas Free TO EVERY Tenth Customer *» In For Gasoline Fill Acro«s The Drive Drawing For 5—1 Gal. Cans Stock Spray 5-1 Gal. Self Polish Wax 5—Oil Changes 5-Wash Jobs Also Tickets For A Free Grease Job With Every Oil Change Across Drive Free Doughnuts and Coffee AND SOiT DRINKS HOURS 7 A.M. to 10 P.M- SATURDAY STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS ATLAS TIRES, BATTERIES & ACCESSORIES REGISTER ONLY - NO OBLIGATION - DRAWING FOR AT 9:30 P. M. YOU MAY MSO WIN CASH NITE AWARD BY BEING IN OUR STATION AT 9:30 P. M. BUT YOU DO NOT HAVE TO 3E PRESENT TO WIN ANY O? OUR AWARDS. Arnie Hansen, Service Station Mgr. PHONE 26 Gerald Gochenour, Tank Wagon Service GENERAL CONTRACTORS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF HANSEN'S STANDARD SERVICE Congratulations From HANTELMAN'S BUILDING SERVICE BUILDING CONTRACTORS M. C. HANTELMAN PHONE 125 Wm F. HANTELMAN PHONE 17 FiNTON, IOWA a n nn In Hansen's New Standard Service Station Installed by McFALL & RUSCH WE SELL, INSTALL & SERVICE fHQNE 120 QR 111 FENTON, IOWA

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