The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1966
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The Fenton Reporter 4-AJgono, (la.) Upper Dw Mo?n*t Thursday, July 14, 1966 Fenton Man And Bride FENTON - Nuptial vows were exchanged Sunday evening, June 26, at the Ocheyedan Methodist church by Judith Jean Weaver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Weaver of Ocheyedan, and William H. Jentz, son of Mrs. William Jentz of Fenton and the late Mr. Jentz. The bridal couple is pictured above. Rev. S. Gale Howard performed the double ring ceremony. The complete wedding story appeared in the Tuesday issue this week. Following a wedding trip to Minneapolis, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Jentz are now residing at the Methodist camp grounds on West Lake Okoboji. The groom is employed by the Okoboji lake patrol for the summer. In the fall both will return to their teaching positions in the Cherokee school system. Fenton Girl Recent Bride Pictured above is Mrs. Charles Boyd Kolb, the former Diane Lynn Holland of Fenton, who was married Sunday, June 26, at the Fenton Methodist church. The complete wedding story was carried in the June 30 issue. The young couple will live in Pella, Iowa, where Mrs. Kolb is librarian at Central College, Mr. Kolb will teach in the Newton school system. Officers elected included Mrs. Wayne'Ohnemus, president, Mrs. Fred Johannesen, vice president, and Mrs. Alvin Cyphers, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Mrs. Henry Looft and Mrs. Wayne Nyman were appointed to make the program books for the new club year. Mrs. Ted Jensen and Mrs. Richard Bauer were appointed ae card and gift committee. Perfect attendance awards will be presented to Mesdames Robert Burt, John Johannesen, Wayne Mrs. Ohnemus Named Head Of Seneca Mixers SENECA - Seneca Modern Mixers held their annual meet- lag with election of officers when they met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ted Jensen. Mrs. Calvin Vaudt was the honored birthday member. Secret sisters were revealed and and new names drawn. Obnemis and Everett Withara, ffa did not miss a meeting 4nriae the past year. Mrs. Calvin Vaadt and Mrs. Henry Looft •sill select the a-a ards. The grcrap Trill rxrt bold an Aopst mating and *ill meet Sept. 6 at the Fred Johanneses borne. - ~j FETED AT SHOWER Mrs. Kent OlS'Xi, n*e Shirley Osicrr., Fairmont, --as feted at a post-nuptial bridal shove r rives \r, her h-ooor 'A'eisesday eTer»L-»5, July 6, at the Seneca Lutheran church parlors. Qoests •'•ere registered by tie r.orr,ree's sister, Mrs. Morgan •'J«uJce; Tennyson of Truman, Mr<n. Rvse corsages »ere presented 1: the hoaoree, her mother, Mrs. Archie Whitman, Mrs. Morgan Tennyson ani sister-in-law, Mrs. Larry Osborn of Fairmont. Mrs. Alfred Petersen shared devotions after which Audrey Berrum presented a vocal solo. Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and Mrs. Henry Looft related problems of ne»'lyweds in readings and the program closed with selections played on the saw by Mrs. Ted Jensen with Mrs. Clarence Osborn as accompanist. Assisting the bride in opening the gifts were her sister, Janice, and sister-in-law, Mrs. Larry Osborn with Audrey and Cathy Bergum passing them among the guests. Refreshments were served at a table decorated in the bride's chosen colors, pink and white. Mrs. Clarence Osborn presided at the silver service. Hostesses included Mrs. Alfred Petersen, Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl, Mrs. C. O. Bailey, Mrs. Elmer Hannisch, Mrs. Lewis Breese, Mrs. Francis Sullivan, Mrs. Raymond Bergum, Mrs. Kenneth Andre, Mrs. Clarence Osborn, Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. David Looft and Mrs. Henry Looft. Shirley Osborn and Kent Olsen were married June 11 at the First Methodist church at Fairmont and live there. - o - Mrs. Hattie Wefsbrod, who recently came from Washington, D. C., visiting with relatives in this area, spent Thursday with the Clarence Osborns. Cale Hartshorn of Spencer, Mass., visited with friends in this area recently. Mr. Harts- .horn accompanied his daughter, Marcla'and husband and son, who are visiting in the Elmore area. Sunday afternoon guests at the Henry Wilbergs included Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haveland, Mrs. Cornelia McCutcheon and Mrs. Lillian Harvey, all of Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Andre and family accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John Andre and Melvin to Spencer, June 26, where they had dinner in honor of the John Andre's 40th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olson became great-grandparents for the first time with the arrival of a baby daughter born to Alice QtsoQ Boj-ffs daughter, Barbara Hart of Moscow, Idaho. The little girl was born on June 23 and was named Tamers Ana. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft are parents of a 7 Ib. 11 oz. baby girl bora Tuesday, June 23, at the Holy Family hospital. She was named Janet Lee. Little Janet has two brothers. Seneca friends of the Byron Hauges, Bancroft, win be interested in learning that he was taken to the University hospital at Iowa City last Wednesday where he is being treated for severe headaches. He recently suffered a light stroke. Mr. Hauge is a brother of Mrs. Kenneth Thompson. Mrs. Elmer Hannisch was hostess to the Seneca Thursday Club, June 30. Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Mrs. Gladys Preston were the honored birthday members. Mrs. Raymond Gardner was a club guest. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn entertained at dinner July 4th. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Brown and Mrs. Mildred Opsal of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch. Seneca Stars Achievement Day Set For July 29 SENECA - Seneca Stars 4-H met with Audrey, Cathy and Carrie Bergum for their June meeting. The group voted to hold local Achievement Day, July 29, 7:30 p. m. at the Lone Rock Legion hall. The Better Grooming Contest will be held at the July meeting. Linda Kracht and Ann Fortney were named as delegates to 4-H Camp at Clear Lake. Barbara Andre was delegated to attend the intermediate camp and Carrie Bergum, the junior camp, both at Madrid. Illustrated talks were given by Carrie Bergum, Barbara Andre Carrie Bergum, Barbara Andre, Audrey Bergum and Ann Fortney and Barbara gave a demonstration on how to do hand laundry. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill was the guest mother, - o - Wednesday dinner guests of Mrs. Nina Kracht and Lind£Sue included Mrs. Katherine Doege, Dora Riggert and Mrs. Rose „ Loper, all of Algonal Mrs. Raymond Greene, Burbank, Calif., returned to her home July 4, after having visited her parents, the Everett Withams since July 11. The Withams drove to Minneapolis last Sunday to meet Mrs. Elmer Witham's niece, Nickie Meese, who came by plane from California and will spend the summer here. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Friest and children of Ft. Dodge visited the Alfred Petersens over the July 4 weekend. They also called on the Oscar Pattersons, rural Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rairms of Lcoe Rock -re re last Mooday evening dinner ewsis of the Everett Wjthams. Make us prove that YORK Is your 3f? best Grain Drying Buy We say the York Drying System is the best buy you can make. But we want you to be sure it is, so we invite you to come in and make us prove that statement. York was designed, engineered and built by grain drying specialists. They knew from experience what features you wanted. Come in today, let us show you the York Grain Drying System , . . already proved on the farm. YORK GRAIN DRYINC AND HANDLING SYSTEMS ALGONA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Algona, la. Ph. 295-3501 Mr. arid Mrs. Eirner "i arid the former's sister, Mr.?. IXK Greene, Barhanfc, Calif.. •isited a sster and family, the Pete Heimers at Milarn. Hi., iM other relatives. The-, -vere r:oe approximately a week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ltoft spent the weekend "1th their son and family, the Jack Looft s, Rochester, Minn. The Everett Withams were hosts at a. Mothers and Daughters 4-Corner Club picnic at their home Sunday noon. The members all brought a covered dish and sandwiches. It was a familv affair. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Helgen and sons of Rochester, Minn., visited Mrs. Helgen's father, Martin \Vilberg at Fenton, also her brother and family, the Jerry '•V'ilbergs, over the July 4th weekend. The Bruce Hills of Webster City visited this past week at the parental Olaf Oftedahls. Jill Jensen, v,'ho is attending summer school at Augustana College, Sioux Falls, spent the July 4th weekend with her parents, the Ted Jensens. Mrs. Kenneth Andre attended a WSCS meeting at the Irene Anderson home, rural Wallingford, last Tuesday afternoon. Family Reunion BANCROFT- Mr. ana Mrs. Lee- Eisbe-cker, LL-rfa and Cleo attends 2 famil} re-tmion of their cr.ilire at the Clem Bisenius '•Vhifternore on Sunday, Others attending were Mrs. Francis Rees and firr.ih f St^ktc-n, Hiin-ois, Mr. and Mrs. Ererett Keith arid family :f Blx^minrtc-n Minnesota, Mr. an: Mrs. I*:- EJsicker and farnii;. c.' P5". :-er.ix, Arizona, Chuck Els:*ck6r, Mmneapolis, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Simmons ar.c family and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ccwan and son all THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Finton, Iowa Experienced Embalmtri and Funeral Directors RtHablt 24 Hour Ambulant* Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phonei FENTON 689-2796 RINOSTEO 866-1006 866-1001 866-1970 of Algona. Unable to attend vas their other son, Jack Elsbecker of Texarkana, Texas. NEED OFFICE SUPPLIES* We hate them. Upper De« Mofatet Feb. Co., Algofli. 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