The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1966 · Page 8
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I i i Feb. 24,1966 mm mm m i i i Mi ! Published By th« Uppit DBS Molt** • I Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa | 1 JOAN BOUJNG6R I 2 Newt Editor • * mmmmmmmmm mmtmm 8-Algena (la.) Upper Des Metnw Thursday, Feb. 24, 1966 Darrel Berkland Weds Blue Earth Girl Feb. 12 FENTON - A Fenton man, Darrel Don Berkland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland of Emmetsburg, and Carolyn Ann Gorman, daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Geo. j. Gorman of Blue Earth, were united in marriage Saturday, Feb. 12 at St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church in Blue Earth. Father Robert Herman officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mary Kay Gorman, sister of the bride, attended her as maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Linda Green. BABY CHICK PROTECTION Help your baby chicks to their maximum i^frowtrt arid rapid feathering while you are f protecting them against the dread of outbreaks .' of coccidirui?. 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Organist was John Marshall and soloist was Mrs. Edward Bleess, The bride was attired in a sculptured brocade gown with scoop neckline and a gathered skirt that flowed into a chapel train. She wore a bouffant veil of silk illusion attached to a queen's crown of pearls accented with crystal tear-drops, She carried a cascade of red roses and stephanotis. She wore a pearl necklace, a gift from the groom, The attendants gowns were scarlet red chiffon over taffeta, Their headpieces were a floral pouffe of scarlet red attached to a short bouffant veil. They carried red and white carnations on a white lace heart, A wedding dinner at the Catholic Activity Center for 200 guests followed the ceremony. Mrs. Robert Ziegler of Easton, Minn., was in charge of the guest book. Mrs, Albert Deinnart of Mankato and Mrs. George Mai- he rek of Granada cut the wedding cake. Mrs. Paul Ziegler of Guckeen and Mrs. Larry McDonald of Granada poured the punch. Waitresses were Jean Mescher, Enie Scott, Mary Schiltz, Patsy Garry, Yvonne Wolff, Rita McGoff, Barbara Maday, and Janet Brausen. Mary Ann McGoff, Carolyn Ley, Joyce Berkland, joAnn Gorman and Vicki Armon were in charge of the gifts. The bride is a graduate of the Good Counsel Academy of Mankato, Minn, and was employed by Putnam and Spencer, lawyers of Blue Earth. The groom is a graduate of Sentral high school and is engaged in farming. After a two week honeymoon trip to Florida they will be at home on a farm near Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod left Des Moines Tuesday via air for the Hawaiian Islands for a vacation returning to the mainland on the S. S. Lurline land at San Francisco. They will also visit the Mervin priebes at Fair qaks, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Larson and Mary Lou, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod visited Nadine Weisbrod Sunday at Morningside College in Sioux city. Mrs. Peggy Voigt of Cedar Falls spent the last week end at the Dale Weisbrod home. Fenton Forwards FENTON - The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met for their Feb. meeting at the home of Betty and Judy Wolter. A bake sale was planned for March 5. Karen Jentz was made a new member of the group. The following talks and demonstrations were given; "Skin Care" by Alice Krause, "Complexion Problems" by Jan Newel, "Different Kinds of Seams and Their Uses" by Diane Luedtke, "Exercises for posture" by Marlys Wichtendahl, antf'use of Cosmetics" by Judy Wolter assisted by Mrs, Leonard Pompe. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Teachers Meeting FENTON - Sentral Community Schools will be dismissed at 1:30 on March 1. This is to enable teachers to attend the Kossuth County Inservice institute which begins at 2:30. YOUR INVITATiON TO ATTEND OUR FARM MEETING In Our Building In Fenton, On Highway 44 THURSDAY NIGHT, FEB. 24 7:30 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. HEAR SHORT TALKS, ILLUSTRATED, ON • Narrow Row Corn Planting • Minimum Tillage With Maximum Results 9 New Harvesting Equipment DOUGHNUTS and COFFEE at conclusion FENTON MOTOR CO. Bab Mitchell Your Host Fenton Gets A Sample Of Drive-In Banking FENTON - Drive-in banking in one of the more modern aspects of today's living, but until a few days ago it had not been experienced in Fenton, But there is always a first time! Bill Hantelman drove up in front of the Fenton office of the First Trust and Savings Bank in a pickup and as usual went to stop at the curb. Only this time his foot must have slipped off the brake, and the inch rise at the edge of the curb wasn't enough to stop the vehicle. It moved across the side- walk and came to rest at the front door opening to the bank, Only damage was "the glass In a. siorm aoor, The bank employees in the office, Kay Alderson and Mary Hansen, although not used to serving customers via the drive- in method, simply looked up at the startled Bill Hantelman, and said "good morning", What did Bill say? "Well, there's always a first time, but this is also going to be the last time I" Carol Ann Shaw Of Fenton Is Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shaw of Fenton announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol Ann of Minneapolis, to Art Lester Swanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Swanson of Taylor Falls, Minn. An August wedding is being planned. Election Soon To Enlarge Sentral District FENTON - The County Boards of Education of Palo Alto and Kossuth counties met in a joint session recently to hear objectors to the proposed merger of the present Sentral Community School District with the independent district of LottsCreek Township. After deliberation the county boards decided to include about 12 sections of Lotts Creek Township in the plan for merger with Sentral. The land east of the boundary line of section 28 in Lotts Creek Township was excluded from the proposed merger. An announcement will soon be printed in this paper of an election to be held in the Sentral district and one in the Lotts Creek district to decide if this proposed merger is to go into effect. It will be necessary to receive a favorable majority vote in each district. If It's News We Want It! SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building . Remodeling PHONE 889-2281 Fenton, Iowa Dr. E, W, Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 889-2248 Residence 889-2353 Fenton, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Dealer W Salei & Service Phone 889.2713 LLOYD M, BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm loans and Auction Service 250! • pth Street - Emmetsburg, Iowa a series of contests. A local contest was held Mon. evening, Feb. 21, at 7:30. The winners of this event will go on to compete with area schools on Feb. 25 at Lake Mills, From there, those receiving a division 1 rating will be eligible to compete In state contest held on March 18 and 19. Students will be presenting selections in such contest areas as: humorous and dramatic declamation, reading of prose and poetry, original oration, play reading and a one act play called, "Gloria Mundi," • o Sentral Community Schools will be dismissed all day on Fri- day, Feb. 25 for parent-teacher conferences. The faculty members have decided that they can do a more effective job of teaching by taking a full day for the conferences just as they do in the fall. All conferences will be limited to fifteen minutes. In grades 3-8 the Iowa Basic Skills test results will be shown, The spring Kindergarten Round-up for the Sentral School system is being planned for Thursday, March 24 at 7:30 at the high school building. According to the present reg-* ulation of the local Board of Education a child 'must be 5 years old by September 15 to enroll in kindergarten. Registration materials will be sent out to all parents efftros- pective kindergarten cntWren, who were residents <5f the Sentral district at the time/of the last school cencus. However, if anyone is overlooked '6c had moved into the district since the last cenctls and has who should register, call the school office and tliS necessary registration materials will be sent to them* ; ;| >.•• 'v ? .' Favorite Newgpa FOR RfiNT • ¥w6*bedf(HM\8ne story home in Fentoifc&ifow large closela in beafPhiia! QUS BlERSTEDt, Dimes Raise $135 FENTON - Mrs , John Waite, chairman of the March of Dimes Drive in Fenton, reports a total of $135,86 has been turned in to the National Foundation from the recent drive. This is considerably above contributions of previous years. Mrs, Waite wishes to thank everyone for the speed and success with which they passed on the packets. - o Monday evening supper guests of the Gerhart Wittkopf s of Algona were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frink and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Frink and Tara. Monday evening gutsts of the Clifford Douglas's were Goldie Douglas, Ernest Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Douglas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jentz and family and Mrs. Harlan Kramer. Adolph Pertl was a Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pertl and family. Weekend guests of the Wilfred Stoebers were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber of Marshalltown. Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Luedtke, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pertl, Jim and Ginger were guests Wednesday evening of Mr. Adolph Pertl. 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