The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1966 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1966
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i SEPT. 1, 1966 i ifenfwt | Published By The Upper DM MoinM J I PublfoMfifl Co., Alflono, lowo | I JOAN BOIUNOER | J Newt Editor j 4-Algona (la.) Upper Des Maine* Thursday, September 1, 1966 Ohm Reunion At Fenton, 65 Present FENTON - About sixty-five persons attended the Ohm family reunion held Sunday, August 28, at the Fenton Community Center. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Usher of North Hollywood, California, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Priebe and Janice of Houston, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Baker and Lori of New Port, Rhode Island, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trunkhill and Scott of Hurt, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gingerich and girls of Storm Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kltner and family of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rolling and Brian of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig and Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ohm and Willard, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt and Terry and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radig and boys all of Lone Rock, Mrs.Clara Pompe, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Zumach and boys, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wetzel, Mrs. Marie Colwell and Art Riedel all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zumach and Mrs. Anna' Ohm of Estherville and Mrs. Emma Dreyer, Mrs. Marie Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ohm, Mr. and Mrs.DelbertGeit- zenauer and family and Mary Dawn Eldridge all of Fenton. - o - FAREWELL COURTESY A farewell gathering in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Freyholtz was held last weekend at the Fritz Freyholtz home in Fenton. Relatives and friends came Saturday afternoon (with many staying over night). Sunday church services were attended by all guests at Immanuel Lutheran Church at Lotts Creek. Then a 1:00 dinner was held in the Freyholtz home. Guests in attenence were Mrs. Joe Tarpy and boys of Madison Lake, Minnesota, Mrs. Tony Miller and family of Mankato, Minnesota, M::. and Mrs. H. Freyholtz and family of Hewitt, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Albert and Rafield Draegers of Withrop, Minnesota, Mrs. F, Schwartz of Stewart, Minnesota, M-. and Mrs. Lenart Schueft of Hutchison, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Art. Zumach of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peter of Lone Rock.Miss Jeraldine Weishert, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wichtendahl of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Meyer and girls of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pom eroy and Steven of Chicago, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. WmKruse of Lone Rock, Mrs. Georga Anne Voigt and James Voigt of Fenton. Jerry and his wife, Carol, departed for Beaverton, Oregon, where he has accepted a church position as director of education and Carol will teach the church kindergarten class. - o - Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Borne and Mary and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stuck! and family were recent week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber. Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw and boys and Frank Johansen of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and fam'ly recently returned from a weeks camping trip to Colorado. Recent guests of Ralph Weisbrods were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Weisbrod, Kim and Kirk of Marian, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Seglin of Hammond, Indiana, visited from Tuesday to Thursday of last week at the Ralph Weisbrods and with Mrs. Seglin's mother at the Turner Nursing Home in Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Geitzenauer and Scott of Monrova, California, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Baker and Lori of New Port, Rhode Island, have been guests in the parental Dslbert Geitzenauer home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Priebe and Janice of Houston, Texas, have been guests in the Delbert Geitzenauer and Emma Dreyer homes. Mrs. Sheldon Marrill, Jr. recently spent three days at Ames attending the ISEA Leaders Workshop as the West Bend Community Teacher's Association representative. There were five general sessions of study with James Freeman, President of the ISEA, and other members of the state executive staff presiding and presenting topics for discussion. Work groups studied the services and goals of the NEA, the ISEA, and the local Teacher's Associations. Senator David Stanley addressed the participants on Thursday afternoon. There were approximately 200 teachers in attendance from all areas of the state. Mr. and Mrs. James Gowans of Iowa City became the parents of their second daughter on Friday August 26. The infant was named Stacy Ann. Maternal grandparents are the Walter Perils and paternal grandparents are the Andrew Gowans ofCylin- der. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Patersen of Minneapolis, Minn., became the parents of a son, Randall James, on August 24. The Infant weighed 5 pounds 5 1/2 ounces. The maternal grandparents are the Lloyd Sundes of Fenton and the paternal grandparents are the Bill. Peter sens of Ringsted. Guests last week in the Rex Wolfe homo were Mrs. Wolfes sister, Mrs. Ada Htte of Oska- losa and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hite and Beverly of New Sharon. Friday evening supper guests of the Wolfes were the Hites, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman, Terry and Teresa, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall. After supper callers were Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch. O.i Sunday the Wolfes and Hltes visited with another sister, Mrs. Armstrong at Wells, Minnesota. On Monday evening the Wolfes and Hites were guests of the Jack Tiem ans in honor of Mrs. Wolfe's birthday. Friday evening supper guests of the Kenneth Bollingers were Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bellinger, Marilyn and Willis, Diane Vaske, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tietz and Michael. After supper callers were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bollinger and girls. Marvin fading Of Fenton Is Wed July 24 Delores m r ich daughter of Mrs. Fred Ulrich, and the late Fred Ulrick, of Red Lake Falls, Minn., and Marvin Kading, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kading of Fenton, were united in marriage Sunday afternoon, July 24, at St. John's Lutheran church in Red Lake Falls. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Roger Raebel. Kathy Stolte was organist. Mrs. John Ulrick, aunt of the bride was soloist. Mrs. Darold Stephanson, the bride's sister, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Suzanne Slender and Carol Vander Luitgaren. Attending the groom were Francis Lieb as best man and Douglas Kading brother of the groom, and Gene Ladendorf as groomsmen. Larry Ulrich and Darold Stephenson, brother and brother-in- law of the bride, were ushers. Candlelighters were David Kading and Rodney Ulrich. Immediately following the ceremony and reception was held in the church basement with approximately lOOguestsattending. Mrs. Russell Zimpel presided as hostess. Mrs. Louis Ulrich and Mrs. Larry Ulrich, sisters- in-law of the bride, cut the cake. Mrs. Ernest Ulrich and Mrs. Roy Steitz poured. Julie Stephanson and Deborah Ulrich, bride's nieces, tended the guest book. Cathy Steitz, Sharon Lehrer, and Diane Luxemhourg were in charge of the gift table. The couple will make their home in Waconia, Minn, where they botii have teaching positions at Trinity Lutheran school - o Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kohlwes of Austin, Minnesota visited Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler and Mrs. Ida Dreyer. Thursday supper guests of the Darrel Dreyers were Mrs. Ida Dreyer and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dreyer and family Mr. and Mrs. Louie Weisbrod were guests at the Ernest Vaux home at Fairmont on Sunday. The occasion was in the honor of Louie's 88th birthday. Other pests were Mrs. Dave Newel, Sherri and Todd of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen of Algona and M". and Mrs. Bill Kvause of Fairmont, Shaw - Swonson Nuptials FENTON - Carol Ann Shaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shaw, Fenton, became the bride of Arthur Lester Swanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Swanson, Taylors Falls, Minn, in a ceremony performed August 13 at 2 p.m. in the Methodist church, Fenton. Rev. Russell Eldridge officated at the double ring ceremony. Organist was Mrs. Arnold Hansen and soloist, Rennae Voet- tler. Matron of honor was Mrs. Lynn Jansma and maid of honor was Carolyn Nerem. Bridesmaids were Jane Juza and Mrs. Kay Schulte. Larry Collins was bestman, groomsmen were Peter Lindgren and Richard Shaw and ushers were John Shaw and Richard Swanson. A reception was held at the Methodist church parlors, during which Mrs. Arnold Hansen provided piano music. Punch servers were Karen Johansen and Ruby Rabey; coffee pourers were Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and Mrs. toward Rabey. Mrs. Robert Johansen and Mrs. Lyle Rogers cut and served the cake. Dinning room host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wolfe. Waitresses were Mary Ellen Ditsworth and Linda Swanson, Candace Vaudt, Kathryn Ditsworth and Jannelle Newbrough opened and displayed the gifts and Mrs. Richard McCarty registered the guests. The bride is a graduate of Sentral Community school and has been employed at the University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy for two years. The groom is a graduate of Taylors Falls high school and is employed at the University of Minnesota, general storehouse. He is a member of the national guard. After a -trip to Canada, the couple will be home in Taylors Falls. Jerry Freyholtz Weds Miss Carol Lyne Pomeroy became the bride of Jerry F. Freyholtz recently during an, early afternoon double ring ceremony at the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church with Pastor Carl Beiderwie- den and Pastor Ralph Pomeroy, the bride's uncle officiating. The bride looked lovely walking down the aisle in her floor length gown with chantilly lace overlay on the bodice, and long sleeves, and paneled front. The scalloped lace bodice was studded with aurora borealis stones. Her three-tiered illusion veil was attached to a crown of seed pearls. The bride carried a bouquet of roses, asters, and stephanotis. Her maid of honor was Uonna Joy Pomeroy and the bridesmaids were Mrs. Dean Meyers, the groom's sister and Lynne Beening. The bride's attendants wore full length silk organza guwns of two-tone lavender. The bociice and train wer« um- broidered with rose applique. The dresses had a colonial front and the floor length train was attached toabutter- fly bustle in the back. The headpieces matched the gowns. The attendants carried bouquets of two-tone lavender asters. A brother-in-law of the groom, Mr. Uean Meyers was the best man. Steven D. Pomeroy, the bride's brother, and Hobert Martin were the groomsmen. A reception for friends and relatives of the couple followed the wedding ceremony at the Club Allegro. Their honeymoon consisted of a tour "f Wisconsin. Tho bride is a f linger graduate and received u bachelor of arts and sciences degree in education from Concordia Teachers College in Kiver Forest. The groom also received a bachelor of arts and sciences degree in education from Concordia College. The couple are residing in the northside of Chicago, while the groom finishes his studies toward a master's degree. They will be moving this fall to a suburb of Portland, Ore., where they will both be teaching. Rebuilding year for football team at Sentral High I- KNTON - This will he a rebuilding year, in fool ball HI Srn- lr;il Ili^i' School. The leain is unilrr a new coach. Ren Hanson lie has ii very young but "spirited squad. l.:i -i -f,r-;iin Si ir ;i[ h;id ;m :'i;-tik fur ,'ii i;;ii:irv aitfl ;i 4-2 inurk fur Ihirrl |>|HI r :N 1 h r SIHIP f.inp I'oMlrrcnrr Thrrr arp nnl( fhrcp returning Iriirnnr-n fr»m this squarl. i;ii;ii'fl Kick Slmu. fullback .Ini\ N'prrm nnd f|iiariri hnrk Mikr Sept. 9— K«nj)wha, her*. Sept. U—Lincoln Central, there. Sepf. 73—Tilonka, her*. Sept. 30—Armttrong, there. Oct. 7—Swea City, h»re. Oct. 14—Woden-Cryital Lake, here. Oct. 21—Thompson, fhere. Oct. 28—Burt, there. Mrs. Voigt At Vocational S.C.I. Conference Mrs. Georga Anne Voigt, Fenton, the cooperative office education coordinator of Estherville Junior College, attended the second annual conference of Iowa Vocational Office Education Teacher Coordinators. The conference was held at the Holiday Inn and the State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls during August 22- 25.Vocational office education coordinators from the entire state attended the conference before beginning local programs for the 1966-67 school year. Mrs. Voigt was formerly on the Algona school faculty. The cooperative office education program is a part-time training program for students in office occupations. In addition to receiving classroom instruction, students receive on- the-job training in local business organizations. FINALISTT Nathan Schultz, 17, son of Rev. and Mrs. Arthur L. Schultz, Red Oak, is the Iowa representative this year in the national Jaycee teenage safe driving auto roadeo at Washington, D. C. Finalists, one from each state and the District of Columbia, were picked from some 200,000 teenagers competing this spring. Ex-Fenton Girl Is Recent Arizona Bride FENTON - O.i A:igust 20, Cheryl Marie Gross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Gross, formerly of Fenton and now of Phoenix, Arizona, was united in marriage with David H. Edmonds, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edmonds of Phoenix. The ceremony took place at the first Methodist Chapel on Central Avenue in Phoenix. Rev. L. Miller officiated at the double ring ceremony. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Marcia Ann Gross. Allan Schmeling of Cylinder, Iowa, was the best man. Mary Catherine Gross, cousin of the bride was flower girl. David Giles, nephewof the groom, was ring bearer. Acting as ushers and candle- lighters were Wm. Cahoon and Dennis Taylor. Mrs. McGurink was the organist. Soloist was Mrs. Richard Gross, aunt of the bride. In charge of the guest book was Nancy Gross, cousin of the bride. 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