The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 19, 1956 · Page 13
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MM, AiOlTH HMVftSON Ntwi Miter June 19,1956 Published By The Upper ffe* Moin« Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa Elmers Hosts At Fenton To Family Reunion Fenlon—A family reunion honoring Mr and Mrt Eugene Hiskey was held at the W. II. Eimers residence on Sunday, June 10. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Harold Eimers and family of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Harlan Eimers of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Hans Hanson and family of Dolliver and Mr and Mrs Robert Olsen of Minneapolis, Minn. The Hiskcys are here on vacation from the Ramey Air Force Base in Puerto Rico where both have been teaching. After attending summer classes in Tallahassee, Fla., they will return to Puerto Rico the first of August where Mr Hiskc-y will be the high school principal at the Ramey Base School. He will also continue in the capacity of a part- time lecturer for Florida State University in their Bootstrap Program at the base. Ellen Circle Meets The Ellen Circle of the WSCK met Wednesday, June lo, with Mrs Jack Gerhardt and Mrs J. Wallace Smith. Mrs Fred Brown is the Chairman of the circle. Other officers elected were Mrs Jack Gerhardt, vice chairman; Mrs G. B. Johnson, secretary; and Mrs Walter Widdel, treasurer. During the business meeting, Mrs Clarence Osborn was appointed Circle card chairman and Mrs J. Wallace Smith and Mrs Gerald Gochcnour were appointed as the telephone committee. The Ellen Circle decided to hold meetings every 3rd Friday of the month. An interesting letter was read from Miss Anna Marie Mitchell who will be home July 1st after serving six years as a missionary in Japan. Mrs Earl Crouch, program chairman, was in charge of the devotional period. For the lesson, Mrs Charles Newel and Mrs. Gaylord Johnson presented a sku. 240 Pound Shot Put Star New Bond Director FMtNHt—th* Bmttiil -school district is going lo have a prelly husky band director for the coming school yeat. Me will be Warren Claim, a 6-fool 5-inch, 240 pound trumpet playei who has Just graduated from Drake University, and who became a shot putter on the track team ' there quite by accident. During an indoor meet in the Drake fieldhouse. Track Coach Bob Karnes saw Glann who happened to wander into the field house, step up Id the shot put circle and heave the ball 44 feet. That did it. Glann will teach instrument music for the Sentral schools, composed of Seneca, Lone Rock and Fenton. . Judy went to Rochester, Minn. Sunday where they joined Sharon Eigler for a picnic dinner and supper. me Sig Loge, Henry Wilberg and Kenneth Halverson families, together with other members of the Lutheran Couples Club of Armstrong, enjoyed a picnic and outing at the Lindholm ' j^otlage at Spirit Lake Sunday as guests of Dr. and Mrs Lindholfn. Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz and Miss Edith Laage left Thursday of last week for a visit with the John Weisbrod family at Trenton, Mich. They will re- turn the last of this week. Mr and Mrs Herbert Weiske and family of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend tne Frank McFaU wtth Mrs ! "flelen wifis visitin . honre _ , iske atTB&ft*' Kent is spending several weeks with his grandparents. Sunday dinner guests in the McFall *honie and family and Mr aM MfS Wendell RUsch and Mal'go, The Bertha Circle *f the WSCfi will meet this Thursday^ after"* noon with' ; Mrs Clatence;.'Arbtf* gast. Mrs fcarl'LufRih is man 6f this circle. ,> Donald Wilberg, Seneca, Wed To Fairmont Girl Gladys Circle Elects The Gladys Circle of the WSCS met Wednesday afternoon, June 13, with Mrs S. E. Straley, with Mrs Floyd Duncan assisting hostess. The officers elected to serve the Gladys .Circle are as follows: chairman, Mrs S. E. Straley; co- hostess. Mrs Fred Mortensen. secretary, Mrs E. W. Ruske; and treasurer, Mrs Ralph Weisbrod. Miss Agnes Goetsch is chairman of the card committee, and Mrs Ray Zwiefcl is spiritual life secretary for the circle. Serving on the telephone committee are Mrs Ed Rcimers, Mrs J. F. Beckley and Mrs Amanda Kern. Mrs Floyd Duncan is prayer leader. A'P. outline and report on thi? yoars program work was presented by Mrs George Jorgenson, Sr. the program chairman. Miss Agnes Goetsch was in charge of the devotional period. Fur the lesson, a skit was presented by Mrs George Jorgenson and Mrs S. E. Straley. The next mooting will for 'i picnic in tho Fenton park on Thursday. July 1:2. The Gladys Circle, will meet the 2nd Thursday o' every month. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Ruske spent l-.i-i*. weekend with th-Mr son Ward at Ceriar Rapids. They also went to Iowa Cit'-. .where Mrs Ruski attended a class reunion. Mr and Mrs Maynard Lee and Sandra ot Graettinner wore Wednesday evening visitors in the: Kenneth H.jlverson home. Sunday dinner guests in the W. R. Wolfe home wore Mr and Mr? Frank Dreyer and family of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Jack Tioman and Terry of Hurt, Mr and Mrs Art Tiotx of Lakota and Mr and Mrs Henry Tioman. The dmnei was in honor of Jack Tieman's birthday and for Father's Dax- Lynn Ruske, who has been attending school at Iowa City, i:> visiting with his parents. Dr. ana Mrs E. W. Ruske. Stephen Sloeber returned home Friday evening having spent tin- week With his brother Bill Stoc- ber at Iowa City. They drove as far as Ames Friday after classes. From there Stephen accompanied his father, Oliver Stoeber to Fenton. Oliver is attending summer school at Ames, and spent the weekend in Fenlon. Mrs Delond Votteler enleriain- i'd Thursday afternoon in honor of her daughter Delana's sixth birthday. Guests were the girls of the Fenton Kindergarten class and also Mrs Krvin Votteler and Roneo, Mrs Ernest Vot- U'ler. Mis Frank North of Emmet: burn and Mrs Ferdie Mueller Jr. Silver Wedding On June 24th, Entil Bierstedts Fenton—Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedt, Fenton, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, June 24, at their home with open house from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited. The Bierstedts have spent these years in the vicinity of Fenton. They have two daughters, Mary Elizabeth R. N. of Albert Lea, Minn, and Carol Jane, now Mrs James Meyer of Mason City. Dies In Minnesota Funeral services were held last Thursday morning at St. Luke's church, Sherburn, Minn, tor C. E. Bassett. Mr Bassett died Monday, June 11, at the Tri-Mont hospital of Coronary Thrombosis. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs Lewis Reed of Algona; Mrs Ray Stocber of Fenton; two sons Karl ot San Francisco, Calit.; ana Lyk> of Spirit Lake, a sister. Mrs iiattie Dickenson, JDoliivur; six grandchildren and six great- grandchildren. Mrs Bassett died in 1951. and a son and daughter also preceded him in death. Shower At Fairville Mrs James Sciiultz (nee June Schiunrneling) was honored at a miscellaneous shower Friday evening at the Fairville churcn parlors. Mrs Lloyd Berkland was in charge of the program. Hostesses were the Sunday school teachers, Mesdames Lydon Ker- bcr, Paul Voigt, Elmer GreineiT, Lloyd Berkland, Ervin Bruhn. Wal'or Bierstedt, Carl Beck, Herbert Schlickelman, Ernest Votteler and A. C. Kruger. Also Mrs Gilbert Saxlon and Mrs Alfred Bierstedt. HOSPITAL NOTES Fred Mortcnson has been a patk-nt at the Holy Family Hospital since Tuesday of last week. John Olsou underwent major surgery Saturday at the Holy Family Hospital. Peggy Voigt is a patient at the Emmtr^bur.} Hospital. Peyg> broke her rigltt arm about ten days ago, ana since the break does not stay set with her tu.n Doing in a cast, she must remain at the hospital where other fart- can be given. She will be there at least uvo weeks. Seneca — In a beautiful ceremony held at the St. Paul's Lutheran church at Fairmont, Minn, on Sunday afternoon, June 10, Dorene Zeitz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Zeitz of Fairmont and Donald Wilberg, son of Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg of Fenton, were joined in marriage. The double ring ceremony was read by the Rev. H. R. Wrede assisted by the Rev. O. Kruse. Nuptial music was played by Howard Weissel at the organ, he also accompanied soloist Raymond Wilberg, who sang "The Lord's Prayer" during the ceremony. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was beautifully attired in a floor length gown of white slipper satin, nylon lace and net. The gown was fashioned with a tightly fitted bodice of slipper satin with a low neck and with a net insert to form a mandarin color sprinkled with sequins. The scalloped satin bodice was aiso sprinkled with sequim. The waist buttoned down the back with miniature covered buttons and the net sleeves came to a point at the wrist. The full skirt was flounce upon flounce of nylon lace over net Her finger tip veil fell from a sequined halo. Her bridal bouquet was a cascade of American Beauty roses. The bridesmaid of honor was Bonnie Johnson. The bridesmaids were Kathryn Johannesen and Marilyn Johannesen, cousins of the bridegroom, and Lois Wilberg, sister of the bridegroom. The little flower girl was Joanne Zeites. The bridegroom's best man was his brother Lloyd Wilberfl of Minneapolis, Minn. Other attendants included Robert Wfl- berg, also a brother; Delano Bergeman, of Welcome, Minn., a sang, "Tenderly- He Over Me" and Alyce brother-in-law of the bride, and Homer Henricksen of Ringsted, a friend of the bridegroom. Marvin Wilberg, a brother of the bridegroom, served as an usher and candlelighter. Immediately following the ceremony the guests were invited into the church parlors where a reception was held for approximately 150. Waitresses Included Barbara Reid of Estherville and Carol Johannesen of Bancroft, Iowa, cousins of the bridegroom, also Sandra Wrede, Lavonne Ratike, Barbara Gieser, all of Fairmont and Elda Fuller of Garner, Iowa, friends of the bride. Miss Doris Wagenor of Fairmont had charge of the guest book, Mrs Arnold -Koestler, Fairmont, was dining 'room hostess and, Mrs Delano Bergeman, Welcome, Minn, sister of the bride, assisted the bride and groom, as they opened and displayed their beautiful wedding gifts. , Mrs Enos Wrede, Fairmont, a friend of the bride, and Mrs Henry Looft, Fenton, aunt of'the bridegroom, cut 'the wedding cake. Lloyd Wilberg was master of ceremonies at the program given during the reception. The program opened with a vocal solo, "Bless This House", by Arlyse Leet. Ronnie Johannesen played a saxaphone solo, "My Regards", accompanied by his mother, Mrs John Johannesen. The Rev. Kruse was called upon for "remarks" after which Lois Wilberg and Marilyn Johan- CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my friends and relatives for the letters, cards and flowers sent to me during my recent illness. Everything was greatly appreciated. Edward Priebe. 25* nesen sang "Walk Hand in Hand", accompanied by Kathryn Jo.hannescn. |: The Rev. Wrede then spake briefly after which Raymond Wilberg Watches Leet sang "Because." The bridegroom was then call- "Bfl up*on -and he very" graciously thanked everyone for the lovely gifts and reception. The bridegroom is a graduate of Seneca high schdol, is in the navy reserves and is employed at Russells at Fairmont* The bride attended the Fairmont schools Shd the past two years has been Employed at Fairm'Otvt After a short wedding trip the newlyweds will make their home at Fairmont. Post-Nuptial Shower ' Mr and Mrs Jerry Beaver were honored at a post nuptial shower held at the Blakjer Lutheran church Sunday evening. A program was given which consisted of an opening hymn, •".O Happy Home" which was followed by devotions by the Rev. Blockhus. Mrs Linus Jensen and Mrs Otto Wilberg sang, "Take Time To Be Holy", after which a skit was presented by Carol Johannesen, M a r 1 ys Bratrud, Barbara Halverson and Dorothy Oftedahl, entitled "Bless This House." Raymond Wilberg sang "Tenderly He Watches Over Me" after which the program closed with a hymn and "The Lord's Prayer". Mrs Odey Cherland presented the honored couple with a gift from the members Of the congregation and friends. Refreshments were served by the ladies of the congregation. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg, Donald, Bob, Raymond and Lois, also Mr and Mrs Marvin Wilberg of Estherville, the Rev. and Mrs Kruse, Mr and Mrs Delano I Bergeman and sons and Gary j Zeitz, all of Fairmont, were guests at a bridal supper at the Ernest Zeitz home at Fairmont Friday evening. 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