The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1956 · Page 32
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 32

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 3, 1956
Page 32
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MAS. ARDETH HAtVERSON eljc January 3, 1956 Published By Th« Upper 0«« Mft!ft*» Publlthlntf tie., Alg«nft, Kauffman-Osborn Nuptial Vows Spoken December 21 Seneca — A beautiful candle-' light wedding ' was solemnized Wednesday evening, Dec. 21 at -the First Methodist Church at Fenton, 7:30 o'clock when Phyllis Kay, daughter of Mr and Mrs Russell Kauffman of Swea City, and Roger, son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Osborn of Fenton, were united in marriage. The double ring wedding ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. C. Callahari. Nuptial music was played by Miss Margaret ( Fischer on tn» organ. Miss Fisher also accompanied the soloist, Donald Nielsen, who sang '"Because" preceding the ceremony and "The Lord's Prayer" at the close. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was beautifully gowned in a dress of imported Venetian lace over slipper satin, fashioned with a fitted bodice of lace with an inset yoke of tulle edged with seed pearls sprinkled with rhinestone sequins. The long sleeves taperea to a point at the wrists and were edged with seed pearls ana sprinkled with rhinestones. The neckline was fashioned • with a manderin collar which ( Was edged with soed pearls and !a band of pear Iked sequins. > The skirt proper was of white ' slipper satin with a net and tulle ! oVerskitt, The accent of the skirt .were star points of Venetian lace and a" sprinkling of. sequin ' studded lace hearts at intervals near the bottom of the bouffant skirt. Her fingertip veil was held in '• place by a crown which matched ; the gown, and was edged with a double row of seed pearls and studded with sequins and rhinestones. The bride's Bouquet was of • colonial style and was made up •of small red sweetheart rose buds, with white satin streamers. . Her only jewelry was rhinestone earrings, at gift of the bridegroom'. Attending the bride as maid of honor was her sister, LaVelle Kauffman and the bridesmaids were Rose Ann Thompson of Swea City, friend of bride; Patricia Christiansen of Graettinger, cousin of bride; and Patty Ward of San Diego, Cal., the bride'n roommate at Simpson College. Attending the bridegroom as best man was a close friend, Jerry Crouch and also Delbert Kauffman, brother of the bride, Larry Swenson of Williams, la. and Dick Looft of Fenton. The little flower girls were the bride's sisters, Pam and Peg Knuffman. The ushers were Gail Kauffman, a brother of the bride, Jim Oiborn, a relative of the bridegroom, and Roger Schmidt of Curlew, a cousin of the bride. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the church parlors with approximately 300 relatives and friend? in attendance. Mrs Arnold Kuecker of Buffalo Center, aunt of the bridegroom, had charge of the guest book, Mrs Bill Schini'dt, aunt of the bride, served as dining room hostess; Mrs Earl Wendt, aunt oi the bride, poured coffee; another aunt of the bride, Mrs Harold Christenson of Graettinger poured the punch; and Mrs Claude Hanson of Graettinger and Mrs Floyd Treat of Swea City, cut the wedding cake. The wedding gifts were opened and displayed by Margie Thompson, Mary Lou Simpsofi and Maxine Hypse. The beautifully decorated 4- tiered wedding cake centered the serving table and was flanked on either side by the little flower girls baskets of carnations. Serving as • waitresses at the reception were Mrs Joe Lynch, Waunita Guerdet, Lorraine Oftedahl, Janet Garrison and Dorothy Madsen, all, classmates of the EFFECTIVE NEXT WEEK Fenton "*-->^p '••).. * f Stores and Locker Plant Will Be Closed Wednesday Nights During the Winter. — Dick's Grocery - Bailey's Store — Priebe's Jack Sprat — Jorgensen Cold Storage First Tryst & Savings Bank Armstrong and Fenton, Iowa , AU Ptposlts Insured Up To $10,000 By F. D. I. C. bride.' Kitchen helpers included Mrs Henrietta Thompson, Mrs Herman Gable and Sandra, Mrs Leo Crowley. Mrs Elmer Hannisch, Mrs Will Hampton, Mrs Olaf Oftedahl, Mrs Swanson, Mrs Cassie Klocko and Mrs Carrie Jensen. The bride chose a red taffeta for a going away dress and the destination was St. Paul where newlyweds spent the remainder of the week. The bride and Bridegroom are both graduates ot Seneca high school and are both attending Simpson college at Indianota, the bride as a freshman, while the groom is in his junior year. In addition to his college work_ the groom is helping as a librarian at the college library. The young cOUple plan to continue their college work and the best wishes of this community go with them. Elmers Family In Bad Crash t Christmas Eve Fenlon — Mr and Mrs John Eimers and two sons of Sumner ; la. were involved in a car acci- dent'Christmas Eve near Sumner. The accident happened about 9:30 at the west edge of Sumner as the Eimers wo: returning to their home following the attendance of church services. Another car collided head-on into the Eimers car. ' The two boys, Jerry, 7, and Darwin, 4, were not hurt and Mr Eimers was not injured seriously ; but Mrs Eimers suffered severe head and facial cuts when her head struck the windshield. Her most serious injury was a dislocation and fracture of the right hip. Mrs Eimers was treated at the Sumner Community hospital and then transferred to the Sch- oilz Memorial Hospital at Waterloo where sin gery was performed on her hip Sunday morning. The Eimers family is well known to many Fenton people. Mr Eimers is a brother of William Eimers, Fenton. Major Surgery Mrs Sam Warner is a patient at 1,ho Park hospital in Mason- ,Gity.',vwhere she underwent^.ltna^' <bp* autgery Friday •.morning. '•• She is reported as recovering satisfactorily at this time. Friends may write her in care of the Park hospital, Room 322. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and boys, and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara were Sunday afternoon and supper guests in the ,'Elmer Lee home at Estherville. They also visited with Mrs Eldori Lee and Manno Peitersen, both of whom are patients at the Holy Family hospital. Mr and Mrs Richard Theesfield and family, Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedt were Christmas guests in the Dora Faulstich home in Whittemore, other guests were Mr and Mrs Victor Faulstich and family of Emmetsburg; Mr and Mrs Duane Wallukait and family of Humboldt; Mr and Mrs Forrest Gilmore and family and Mr and Mrs Wm. Faulstich of Whittemore. Thursday evening dinner guests in the'Ray Sioeber home were Mr and Mrs Lyle Bassett and Timmy of Spirit. Lake and Mr and Mrs Oliver Stoeber and family. Mrs Marie Dreyer and children of Burt were Sunday evening visitors in the Martin Ohm home. Mr and Mrs R. W. Sewell and son Ricky left Saturday for their home in Casper, Wyo. after visiting since Dec. 20 in I he parental George Jorgenson home and with other relatives. Mr and Mrs Maynard Lee and Sandra of Graettinger were Monday evening visitors in the Kenneth Halverson home. Mr and Mrs Oliver Stoeber and family were Friday evening supper guests in the Leonard Madden home at Armstrong. Mr and Mrs W. B. Schmidtke of MorrLstown, Minn. were guests in the William Hantel- num home Sunday to Tuesday. Christmas dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Ralph Wei.s- bn d were Mr and Mrs Milford Elbert and children, Mrs Sarah Weinbrocl, Rev. Mrs C. C. Callahua and Mr Surrender Singh. Mrs L. R. Puiman of Long- munt, Coin, has been visiting during the Holidays with her daughter and son-in-law, Supt. and Mrs K. M. Chase. Guests in the home of Mr and Mrs J. F. lieckky over the Christmas Holidays were Mrs Willa McDonald arid sons Gary and Tommy. I'atty Ann BeokJey of Aiiie^: BrucC' Doerfeldl oi Chicago, 111., Attorney .and Mrs Jay C. Beck ley tntl son Billy of Cedar ' ftapids, Ij. and Yvonne Borehurdt of Fenton. Putty Beckley returned to Aiiu's Monday aiternoon. Tommy and Gai-y McDonald remained with their urandparenl.-, Mr and .Mrs J. F. Beekley for a week. William Stoeber and Lynn Ru.ske, students at the University of Iowa, returned to lov.'a City Sunday to resume class*--.-: this ! next week. ! Alan Holland, a student at I SimpMiii C>>\li'nc. ntlcnHcrl ;< ' youth meeting of lh_- THESE WOMEN! fey d'Alessio Oop»—there's the first fumble of the game!" Methodist church held at Athens, Ohio this past, \yeek, .Monday to Saturday. Alaii js the son of-Mr and Mrs E. A. liella'nd of Fenton. Amanda Schutl hA> bMn hospitalized at the Emmetsburg nospitnl the past tWd,"weeks, following a fall sit her.: home, in which she sustained .a severe injury »n her leg. Mr and Mrs Oliver Sioeber and family wero last' Wednesday afternoon visitors In the John Verbrugge home at Swea City. Mr and Mrs Russell Weslfall of Estherville are the parents of a son born Wednesday, Dec. 28 at the Holy Family, hospital. The baby's mother will'-be remembered by her many ?enton friends as Beverly Pievce.'V , Fifty-one ralitlvci gathered at the Ben Mitchell home on Monday for a Christmas'dinnor. Pre- ^ent were Mr and'Mrs Milford Mitchell, Mr and'Mrs Duane Ha- bager, Mr and MrV'Ole Pederson.^' Ed Mitchell ami Joan, Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell; Mr and Mrs Martin Olson, Mr and Mrs Arnolc^ Olson and 'family, Mr and Mrs Maytiard Olson and family, Mri and Mrs Rudy Christinas and fa'iMiu&vMr and Mrs Merle Flint" andTSmily, Mr -and Mrs Emil Bleckwenn, Mr and Mrs John Micklick, Bobby and Caroline, Mr< and Mrs D;ck Underwood and' Lynnora and Mrs Hans Christiansen. Mr & Mrs Morris Mitchell have spent the Holidays with the Arnold Haller and Erving Davidson families at Marble Kuck and with Mr and Mrs Dale Mitchell at Minneapolis. Mr end Mrs Waited Widdel and Mr and Mrs Duane Widdel and family were dinner guests Christmas Day in the Merwm Widdel home ai Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Wilmar Hantelman and son James ot North Manchester, Ind. arrived Monday for a wepk's visit with relatives. Guests at the Ed Bruhn and Martin HanteLman homes on Wednesday were the Wilmai Hantelman family, Mr and Mrs . Hilbert Hantuiman of Munkato, Minn.. Rev. and Mrs H. D. Stahmer ana son Nathan of Churdan, Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family, Mr ami Mrs Gerhari Hanteiman and family and Mr and Mrs Merle- Voigt and girls. Nancy Widdel of Ringsled and Mary Kay Kruhlni of Armstrong spent several, days of this past W,eek in the IDuane Widdel home. 'Mr and Mrs Oliver Stoeber and family were Wednesday night supper guests in the Art Kabrick home. Christmas Day guests in the Edward Mitchell home were Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and Lyri- nora, and Mr and Mrs Glenn Flint and Robin. Christmas Day guests in the Nyles Heggen home wore Mi- and Mrs Oscar Solberg and bpys, Mr and Mrs Glenn Nugent of Armstrong, Mr and Mru Edward Solberg and family, Mr and Mrs Bernard Solberg and Jamily, Mr and Mrs Otto Solberu and family, Miana Mr.s Adolph So(ber;j and Mr and Mrs Ervin Solberg. MISSED FIRE At Center Junction, the village fire truck didn't quite make it to a recent fire. Instead, due to faulty brakes, it left the highway, sped through a farm drive and lodged betwcvn Us'o com cribs. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT Homemakers In Seneca Guests England Home Seneca — The Seneca Homemakers enjoyed their Christmas get-together at the home of Mrs Lyle England Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Elmer Hanisch and Mrs Claude Johnson as co- hostesses. During the business meeting the group voted to hold an excursion sometime in the near future and also to make some colored aluminum trays. Each member contributed a 'number' oh the program after which she received a Christmas gift. Delicious refreshments were served at the close of the pro- gr'am. Homemakers present included -Theresa Stelpflug, Mrs John Johannesen, Mrs? Everett Wi-' tham, Mrs Ted Jensun, Mrs John Struecker, Mrs Claude Johnson. Mrs Martin Wilberg, Mrs Henry Looft, Mrs Elmer Hanisch, Mrs Sieboldt Behrends and Mrs Woodrow Kracht. Silver Wedding Mr and Mrs Howard Richards, former Seneca residents, now living at Estherville, Iowa, were pleasantly surprised Friday evening, Dec. 23, when friends staged a surprise party for them at the city hall at Estherville, it being their 25th wedding anniversary. Senecans in attendance included Mr and Mrs Charles Beavers and family, Mr and Mrs Roy Klein and family and Mr and Mrs Wayne Klein, Mr and Mrs George Johnson, Mrs Carrie Odin and, Beverly, Mr find Mrs Henry Jensen and Mr and Mrs Otis Opsal. A program was given 'which consisted of a Mock wedding and a duet, "Strolling Through the Park One Day" by Sharon Klein and Marian Beaver. Mr and Mrs Raymond Dreyer and family Of Fenton and Mr and Mr.s Cecil Langcrrnan and family of Ringsted were Christmas night guests at the John Strueck- er home. Tilda Johannesen was hostess at a family gathering at her home Christmas Eve. Guests included her brother and sisters and their families, the Harry Vahldiecks, Martin Wilbergs, Fred Johanne- sens, John Johannesens, Lawrence Johannesens, Henry Loofts, Mrs Anna Presthus of Algona and Lloyd Wilberg of Minneapolis. * ' Mr and Mrs Neal Osborn and family of Charles City visited at the Charles Osborn home last Monday. Dorothy Oftedahl and Dick Looft attended the wedding of Betty Burma and Richard Sundbo ai the Lutheran church at Buffalo Center Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs John Struecker and sons, Mr and Mrs Vic-tor and family and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Johannesen and family spent Christmas Day at the Herman Struecker home at Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Ted Jensen and daughters and J. H. Jensen were second day Christmas dinner guests at the P. ll. Jensen home at Fenton. Mr and Mrs flarlan Vaudt of Whittemore were Christmas night guests at the John Struecker home. Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen and family spent Christmas'Day at the Everett . Witham home. Other guests included a daughter and family, the Pete Helmers of Mattoort-, 111. Mr and Mrs Sieboldl Behrends and family were Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs Ella Sigsbee at Burt. Mr and Mrs Johrt Johanrieseiv and family spent Christmas Day at a family get-together at the home of the latter's sister, the Engelbart Logemanns at Ledyard. Theresa Stelflug and Albert Klein were Christinas Day dinnei guests at the home of the former's sister and famny, the' Thomas Von Banks at Bancroft. Christmas weekend guests at the Woodrow Kracht home included Mrs Kracht's mother, Mrs Doege of Algona, also a son and wife, the Roger Taylors of DCS Moiries. The group all enjoyed Christmas dinner at the Krachts. . Mr Gottlieb Kracht was host to his sons and daughters and their families, Christmas Eve. Those present included Mr and Mrs Woodrow Kracht and daughter, Mr and Mrs Leo Schmidt and family of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Francis Sullivan and family and Mr and Mrs -Arthur Kracht of Armstrong. Bonnie Mclntire was hostess to the regular meeting of the Seneca Sparklers at her home recently. The program consisted of a demonstration by Bonnie. The Seneca Progressive 'Farmers 4-H Club hela their Christ- m?s party at the home of Roger and Larry Menz Dec. 26. Mr and Mrs C. O. Bailey were Christmas Eve guests at the 0. R. Patterson home: Others present included Mr and Mrs Wfh. Gilchrist and son Billy of, St. Joseph, Mo. i Coming Events >. Thursday, Jan. 5 — St. Luke's Ladies Aid; Woman's Society of Christian Service. •> .Tuesday, Jan. 10 man's Glub. Fenton Wo- Wednesday, Jan. 11 — Fenton Farm Bureau. Thursday, Jan. 12 — Depew Fellowship Circle; Friendly Neighbors Club; Maljul circle of the' WSCS. Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen were Christmas eve guests at the home of the latter's parents, the Henry • Kuecks at Lone Rock. RUPTURE SHIELD-EXPERT, H. L. HOFFMAN of Minneapolis, Minn., will demonstrate, without charge, his "Rupture Shields" in • Algona. Hotel, Algona 2 to 5 MONDAY, JANUARY 9 Please come early, Mr Hoffman says: "I have specified jn the field of Rupture Correction since 1928 and personally fitted well over twenty thousand cases. When skillfully done most Rupture openings will contract in a short time. Above all you can go to work immediately without fear or pain. There are many of my satisfied customers right here in this community." CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. People having large ruptures, which have returned after surgical operations or injection treatments, are especially invited. "If you want it done right, don't experiment. See HOFFMANN." If unable to see him at this time address: HOFFMAN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 400 Lumber Exchange Minneapolis 1, Minn. FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEMRE DEALER Bu>. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto A tractor Repairs FENTON, IA. HOME CAFE Leo Roy, Prop. Home Cooked Meals THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced •. ../ Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour • Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With. 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