The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 43
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ARDETH HALVERSON N«w» fiditer fenl im 9tep*tier December 22, 1955 Published By the Upper Oes Moirw Publishing C6., Algana, lawa \ \ Cfjvtstmns JORGENSON LOCKERS FENTON Helen Fuhr Bride Sunday, Earl Peitersen, Ringsted Fcnton — Helen W. Fuhr and Ear] M. Pcitersen were united in marriage Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. in Fenton at St. John's Lutheran church. Rev. W. H. Friedrich officiated at the double ring service. Miss Elsie Meyer was organist and Miss Yvonne Borch- nrdl, soloist. is the daughter oi John Fuhr "of Fen- bridegroom 'is the Fred Peitorsen of The bride Mr and Mrs (on and the son of Mrs Ringsted. The bridi? with black wore a green suit accessories and a penr] necklace. She carried a foli.nial -bouquet. She was attend by* her sister, Mrs Arnold Laabs. who wore a charcoal gray suit with red accessories, and her flowers were also a colonial bouquet. Arnold Lrtabs attended the bridegroom as best man. Tho bride's mother wore a dusty rose dress tor tin; occasion and the bridegroom's mother wore an aqua colored dress. Both wore black accessories and theii corsages were pink and white cm nations. Following the wedding, a re- cep!i»..n was held in the rhuich parlors for 130 guests. Mrs Arn- WEISBROD IMPLEMENT COMPANY - FENTON T« «m«* IIIUH.V friomls ... we waul to !< our «iin«M > ro ajipri'iMalioa for favors; il lias !»«•«'« a iirivilt'Ue and |»leusure to »i»rv** .von . , * Mi-fry ilnimintia, everyone! BAILEY'S STORE John and Winifred Bailey Gladys Siialsy Lornetta Saxton Edna Hantelnjan old Nielsen registered the guests. Mrs Lorraine Nicoson i^nd Mrs Dclores Hoin of Armstrong werp in charge of the gifts. Mrs Karl Nielsen, aunt t>f the bride, cut the wedding cake and Mrs Dora Johnson and Mrs Grndy Phillips, poured. Mr and Mrs Peitersen left on a week's wedding trip to LaCrosse, W)9. The bride is a graduate of the Fenton high school. She attended the Mercedian school of nursing at MaJT.halllown, and has been working as a nurse at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Ringsted high school und the Kansas City School of Watch making. He has s,er\cd in the U.S. Navy. His busintss occupation is a jeweler. McNamar and family of Ring- sttcl, and 'Mr and Mrs Ed Uthof and family. Carrol .Wander and his son Philip of Bloomington, 111. were recent visitors in the parental Phil Wander home. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Malvef- son and family were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Mike Nelson home at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Don Steinberger and boys were Wednesday evening visitors un the Harold Lutz home in Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Ed Ulhof and family were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Glenn Flint home at Ringsted. Mrs John Olson, Joy Olson and Oliver Olson of LsSalle, Minn, and Art Westre of Eagle Grove were among the out of town pe.o- p:'' attending the funeral services of John C. Benson last Thursday. The Olsons were also' visifnrs in the Oscar Sorenson homo. Mr and Mrs Phil Wander leh Friday, Die. 1C to spend the win- ici- in Florida. They will have '•''.:'• s-ime address as Before. 263 Delwar Terrace,' South; -St. Pel- (•r.-,hur.u. Mr and Mrs John Carroll of EMherville were Sunday 'after- iif)on \'isitf}rs in the Don Stein- Ij'Tt;''!- hfi;'"C. Dr. and Mrs V. A. Voltcler vi.sited last weekend. Dec. 10. in it'c-'Kweli City at th-j home oi Mis V'otteler's parents, Mr and .\lr.; D. Bennett. They also vi.-itf-d her grandparent in Pom{.•/''>•. Mr. L. Drommer. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS vaeatmn begins: Christmas pro- Blakjer • L u I h e r a n Com/ng Evenfs Thursday. Dor. 22 — Christmas program at St. John's Lutheran L-HUH.H. ^m i»nn..i» ^lu^iam ,n, m. church, Depew; Boy Scout meet- John's Lutheran rhurch; Candle m with Christmas qift exchange., i Lighting service at Methodist Friday, Dec. 23 • - Christmas church. • • Sunday, Dec. 25 — You Know What' church, Senoca. Saturday. Dee. 24 program at St. Luk church: Chiistmrts program at St. Christ ma* Lutheran NEED PRINTING? GOOD work at fair prices at the Upper DCS Moines Pub.-Co., Algona. Fenton Nevys Attend Kin's Funeral Mr and Mrs Martin Hantelman attended funeral services Wednesday afternoon at Elgin, Minn for Mr.s Augusta Bany. Mr:; Bany, 81, died' Sunday, Dec. 11. She is survived by her two sons. Walter ;:nd Miiton of Plainview Minn., and two sisters, Mrs John Baerman of Palmer. la. and Mrs Susan Fullerton, Miami, Fla. She was a sister of the lute Dun and William Hantelrnun of Fenton. Towri-Counlry 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 Htrschal Hartman, vice president, presided at the business meeting. Mr? Don Sbaw and Mrs Ted Jensen were in e'larue oi the program, which was in keeping with the Christmas season. Township Hostess Mrs Ed Bruhn was hostess to the Fenton Township Homemakers. Friday afternoon in her home. Mr> M.irtin Hiinte'man was co-hostess. Mrs Victor Oliver ami Mrs Milfoid Mitchell pit-sented n demonstration on tiift wrapping. An exunange ot home-made Christmas jjift items was held. Woman's Club Part? The annual Christmas party of the Fenton Woman's Club wa^ held Tuesday, Dec 1'.'. at 2 o'clock in the home- of Mrs Edward ! Bruhn wilh Mr.s C. R. Ditsworth . ;;s co-hostess. Thirteen :nem- ! bi'is answered roll call. Mr.-j Martin H;;ntelman was a guc.--t. j Uurinj; ihe business moetinc i which was conducted by Mr ; - C. | R. Ditsworth, club president, thi j members voted to purchase a S3 Chiistmas Seal bund and to don-| ate S10 to the Algona 'Adopt A ^ Family Plan.' j The program comm:ttoi\ Mrs J. Schwartz and Mrs Ernest Vot- telcr had charge of the afternoon program. They presented Mi.-s Tilda Johanncscn of Lone Rock who gave an interesting account of a recent tour of the Holv Land. She showed colored slides of many interest ins and ancient places. A display of | many lovely and unusual souven- liis from the many places vi-iUd j bv Miss Johannesen was enjoyed ' by Ihe group. I At the close of the program, 1 Mi.-s Alvina Miller tavore i th» i club with two boautiiul Chri*t- nm> vocal solos, accompanied by Mrs Ed Bruhn. 42nd Anniversary Mr and Mr.s Paul Cornelius observed tlu-ir 42nd wedding an- r. ;vers. ! «ry Wednesday. D«.-c. 14. Guests in the Cornelius home Wcdnesdav evening in honor of the occasion were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cornelius and family of urafitinger, Mr and Mrs Alfred Your mailbox can'f hold all the good i dishes we're sending to you and yours at, Chrisimaslime! HANSEN'S Standard Service FENTON ie Hajisen TIDINGS 0 CHEAT JO May true happiness be yours at Christmastime. McFall & Rusch FENTON Frank McFall Wqndell Busch FIELD SEED PRICES ARE AS MUCH AS PHLD Hero's our cheery carol for you — May all the j<\v.s of the Holiday Season be yours on Cluist:nas Day! THOMPSON YARDS 1 FENTON Gilbert Scribner Jr., Mgr. Prices Quoted At Elevator — See Us Today! ALSO LOWER PRICES ON FERTILIZER. ORDER NOW AND GET DELIVERY BY JAN. 15 SAVE $4 PER TON OM MIXED FERTILIZER . . . Also Cash Discount On Grass Seed & Fertilizer If Ordered and Paid For By Jan. 15. SAVE ON BULK -$3.50 TON LESS! rative FENTON, IOWA .* i t / / . • ">- ^ • . * . } 'YV / y ./ •'.--••/ !f i f * : ^> •''' "''"•• ^ To all our loyal friends and customers. May this joyous season be filled with t contentment and happiness. FENTON DRUG Paul and Elsie Eigler FENTON, IOWA B TILL conies the Clui^inuM message to a troubled world •>-» alv\a\s tin.- i<iti>.ige of peace. It has been \viscl\ parapluaitd. as "PCACL- on Earth to Men of Good Will." May it be- established in ourselves, our communities, our nation, the world —• until peace and ti-jud will truly reign triumphant. ^ I IOWA LLECTBIC

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