The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
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MRS. ARDETH iljit i December 22,1955 Published By the Upper Oes Molnet Publishing Cp*, Afgona, Ibwa m JORGENSON ftOCkERS /FENTON Hel ide Sdy, Fenlon — Helen W. Fuhr and Earl M. Peitersen were united in marriage Sunday, afternoon; at 2 p.m. in .Fenton at'Si John's Lutheran church. R6V/.W. H. Friedrich offlei ated "fit": ihf ddtible ring service. Miss Elsie Meyer was organist and Miss Yvonne Borchardt, soloist. .••;"..; ^/v : :; : ,,' ; • The bride is the daughter ol Mr and* Mrs John Fuhr 1 of Fenton and-the bridegroohi %is the son of Mrs Fred .Peitersen of Ringsted. '•'•'• , ••'...., /.. The fcride 'wore"; a green..iult. with.', f black^ accessories and a pearl necklace; She carried a colonial bouquet. She was attend by her sister, Mrs .Arnold LaabS, who wore a charcoal gray suit i/wjth ;red accessories, and her flpWers^were also It colonial bouquet. Arnold Laab.s attended the bridegroom as best man. The ..jbride's mother "wore a dusty, rosfe dress tor the occasion and the bridegroom's mother wore an aqua colored dress. Both wore black accessories and their corsages were pink 'and white carnations. Following the wedding, < a reception was held in the church parlors for 130 guests. Mrs Arn- IMPLEMENT COMPANY - old Nielsen registered the guests. Mrs Lorraifte/ Nlcoson ttnd Mrs Delores H6iri of Armstrong were in charge of the gifts. Mrs Karl'Nielsen, aunt of the bride, out--|he : wedding^bake' and Mrs DOM?--Johnson ;iarVd Mrs Grady !prii]ll|5s, poured. .'• '-> . Mr , and Mrs Peitersen left on a weekls wedding 'trip to 1 LaCrosse, Wis. . ' The,priye';is a 'graduate of the Fentpn-high school. She attend/ ed the Mer'cedian school of nurs-^ ing. at ; Marshalltown, and has been working as a nurse at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The bridegroom is a graduate of ,.the,Ringsted high school and the Kansas City School of Watch making,' He has sen cd in the U.S; Navy. His business occupation is a jeweler. To our many friviiilti « * * we w»al lo O-\press our sincere «i|i|ir«?«iaiion for favors; it li»s IHH»U a privilege nad lo serve yo« ,,, Merry l'liri*luinit, BAILEY'S STORE John and Winifred Bailey Gladys Straley Lornelta Saxton Edna Hantelman Fenton News Attend Kin's Funeral "'Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman attended funeral 'services Wednesday afternoon at Elgin, Minn, for Mrs Augusta Bany. Mrs Bany, 81, died Sunday, Dec. .11. She is survived by her two sons, Walter and Milton of Plainview, Minn., and two sisters,-Mrs John Baerman of Palmer, la. and Mrs Susan. Fullerton, Miami, Fla. She ,was a sister of the late Dan -and William Hantelman of Fentpn. Town-Country Club • The , Town and Country Woman's Club met Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs -Kenneth Johnson, with Mrs Calvin "Vaudt and Mrs Eugene Huskamp assisting-hostesses. Mrs Herschal Hartman, vice president, presided at the business meeting. Mrs Don .Shaw and Mrs Ted Jensen were "in charge oi the program, which was in keeping with, the Christmas,season. • Township • Hostess . Mrs Ed Bruhn vwas hostess to the Fenton Township Homemakers, Friday-afternoon in her home. Mn; Martin Hantelman was co-hostess. Mrs Victor Dreyer and Mrs Milford Mitchell presented a demonstration on gift wrapping. ' An exchange of home-made Christmas gift items was.- held. . WoVnah's Club The annual Christmas party of the Fenton Woman's Club was held Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 2 o'clock in the home of Mrs Edward Bruhn with Mrs C. R. Ditsworth as co-hostess. ' Thirteen members answered roll call. Mrs Martin Hantelman was a guest. During the business meeting which was conducted by Mrs C. R. Ditsworth, club president, the members voted to. purchase a $5 Christmas Seal bond and to donate $10 to the Algona 'Adopt A Family Plan.' The program committee, Mrs J. Schwartz and Mrs Ernest Votteler had charge of the afternoon program. They presented Miss Tilda Johannesen of Lone Rock who gave an interesting account of a recent tour of the Holy Land. She showed colored slides of many interesting and ancient places. A display of many lovely and unusual souvenirs from the many places visited by Miss Johannesen was enjoyed by the group. I At the close of the program, Miss Alvina Miller tavore i the club with two beautiful Christmas vocal solos, accompanied by Mrs Ed Bruhn. 42nd Anniversary Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius observed their 42nd wedding anniversary Wednesday, Dec. 14. Guests in the Cornelius home Wednesday evening in honor of the occasion were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cornelius and family of Uraettinger, Mr and Mrs Alfred Your moilbox con'f qll fh» good wishes we're jendf Chrlftmosti'/neJ HANSIN'S Standard Service A»nie McNamar and family* of Rih|»; sted,.and Mr and Mrs Eld Utioj and family. ?^.i-.^ ;..'--v.g ;6&& his ao«\ tonj: 111. ,weifB Cattol tyattder Philip of BIoomlrigton ir , recent visitors in |h'g paroiitaT Phil Wander home. ';: ; *'' Mr and Mrs Kenndih son and ' family '. were afternoon visitors 4n the .Milt? Nelson home at, Estherville. < ' Mr and Mrs Don St6inberfit6!f and boys were Wednesday evening visitors; m the Mai'old' Lutk home in Falrnioiit. > '•> '-'!"' 'i Mr and M>s Ed Uthof and family were Sunday afternoon, visitors in the Glenn Flint home at Ringsted. / .'. , ; Mrs John Olson, Joy .Olson and. Oliver Olsoh Of LaSalteAiMinrj., and Art 'Westre 'of Bagle:GrbVe -were among the *tut of tOwh poq- ple attending the funeral services of John 'C. Benson last Thursday. The Olsons were also visitors in the Oscar Sorenson home". . Mr and Mrs Phil Wander leh Friday, Dec. 16 to spend the winter in Florida. They, will have (he same address as before, 263 Del war Terrace, South; St. Petersburg. Mr and Mrs John Carroll of Estherville were Sunday afternoon visitors in the. Don Stein- bergcr hofte. Dr. and Mrs Y-.A. Voiteler visited last weekend, Dec. 10, in Kockwell City at the home bi Mrs Vottelcr's parents, Mi' and Mrs D. Bennett. They, also visited her grandparent in Pomeroy, Mr, L. Drom'rrier. WANT ADS BRING RESULT^ GREA/T.JW May true happiness, be yours at • Christmastime. • McjFqll & Rusch FENTON' Frank McFall . Wendell Rusch : Coming Events Thursday, Dec.^22 -1 Christmas program at St. John's LutherHn church, Depew; Boy Scout meet- ing with Christmas gift exchange. 1 Friday, Dec. '23 Christmas vacation begins; Christmas, prb- .gram at Blakjer • Lutheran church, Seneca. Saturday,'Doc. 24 — Christmas program at St. Luke's Lutheran church; Christmas'progrtm at 9t. John's Lutheran church; Candle Lighting service at Methodist church, Sunday, t)ec. 25 — You Know What' NEED PRINTING? GOOD work at fair pricas at the Upper Oes IVfoirtes Pub. Co., Afgona. "JOY TO 11 I Here's .Our chelry carol for you — May. all .the joys «f the Holiday Season be yours on Gljiifstmas^Day! THOMPSON YARDS FENTON Gilbert Scrttmer Jr., Mgr. t/ ,. To all our loyal friends and customers, Mqy this joyous season be filled with contentment and happiness, FENTON DRUG Paul and l?l$ie! fi FENTQN, IQWA FIELD SEED PRICES ARE AS MUCH, AS. THAN LAST YEAR BUY OR BOOK TODAY Prices Quoted At Elevator,,— See Us Today! ALSO LOWER PRICES ON FERTILIZER. ORDER NOW AND GET DELIVERY BY JAN; 15 N. • ' SAVE $4 PER TON ON MIXED FERTILISER . . ; ; Also Cash Discount On Grass Seed & Fertilizer If Ordered and Paid For By Jan. 15. SAVE ON BULK - $3.50 TON LESS*! Co-Operative Elevator FENTON,M IdWA [TILL conies the Christmas message to a troubled world —» always the message of peace. It has been wisely paraphrased as--"Peace on Earth to Men ot Good Will." May it "be established in cursives, our communities, uur uatiun, the world — until peace and- good will truly scigu triumphant. IOWA ElECTBIC S J'OWEB

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