The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1962 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 12, 1962
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JUNE 12, 1962 4—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, June 12, 1962 Charles Kern, Fenton, Weds, Clarion Girl, June is graduate of Sentral high schoo. I were Mrs Kenneth Krause and and Waldorf College. He is em-1 Scoit, Mrs Jerry VVaite jnd Tarn- ployed at Henry Fields Nursery Henry in Shcnandoah. Frnton — Charlotte Bea Thompson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Burdette Thompson of Clarion, and Charles Lloyd Kern, son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern, Fenton, were united in marriage Saturday evening June 2 at the Holmes Lutheran church. Holmes, la. Rev J. T. Jacobsen officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Elaine Thompson was maid of honor, and Bertha Thompson and Helen Thompson and Lana Staurheim all of Clarion were bridesmaids. Lynn Menz, Fenton, was best man and groomsmen vvere Loren Krause, Des Moines, Kern Yager. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence 1 Phones FENTON 2 RINGSTED 21001 1 21006 I 2021C Fenton. and Dan Kern, Fenton The flower girl was Laura Odlan and the ringbearer Jody Kern Fenlon. Karen Keller was th organist and Mrs Theodore Koli vet was the soloist. The recep lion was held in the church base ment following the ceremony fo: 220 guests. Kathy Evans, Clarion, was i charge of the guest book, Mrs Clarence Yager, Fenton. and Mr? Bennie Jacobson, Clarion cut the cake, Mrs Ed Thompson, Eagle Grove, poured. Gifts were opened by Elaine Skadburg, Opal Kern and Phyllis Kern. Table waitresses were Donna lean Carlson, Mrs Lvnn Christ ian. Betty Carlson. Shirley Thompson, Juanita Berkland and Rub% Jacobson. fjjpzhrirla j s a graduate of Gar Ion.' high,. school and attended Waldorf college for one year.' She was employed at the Robson Agency in Clarion and is now employed at Shenandoah. The groom FOR RENT New Idea Flail Type SPREADER Contact SQUEEZE EASE RENTALS Gerald Voigt — Fenton (19tf) The Si. John's Lutheran Laclicv Aid met Wednesday evening be cause of Bible school. Rev. Fried rich presented the topic. Mr; Frank Secley gave a report on (rurally at Burt. Hostesses werr Mrs E. H. Dreyer, Mrs F. W Jentz and Mrs Allen Bollingpr. Thr Fcnton Lutheran churcl mjn have organized a softbai' team for the summer. They played the Whittemore Lutheran church Thursday evening and woi the game 15 to 11. All of the home- games will be played on Thursday nights. A group of friends surprised Mr and Mrs Stan Berkland with i houscwarming party Tuesday eve ning. Four tables of 500 were in play. The self-invited guests were Mr and Mrs Larry Alt, Mr anc' Mrs Harian Mueller. Mr and Mr r Lyle Hansen, Mr and Mrs Donald Priebe, Mr and Mrs Clayton Wolff. Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki an:l Buraett Heine. Mr and Mrs Roolf Miller vl<-i'»'' Sunday evening with Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricklefs, Titonka. Mr and Mrs Paul Winter, Buffalo Center, are the parents a 9 pound and 10 ounce bab boy born June 6 in Britt. Th Winters have a daughter, Julie and a son, Tim 7'a. Mrs Winter is the former Lois Miller and th maternal grandparents are M and Mrs Roelf Miller. Sunday evening, June 3. dinnc guests in the Ernest Berklan home included Rev. and Mr Samih Ismir from Tomahawk Wis., Mrs Dorothy Larson from Ruthven, Mr and Mrs Davk Berkland, Paula, Michael and Jef fery, Mr and Mrs Stanley Berk land and Tania. Mrs Larson has spent the last ten days with her daughter Mrs E. Berkland. Rev. and Mrs Ismir were enroute to the World Fair and will spend some ime in Colorado and California. Delegates to the U'alther League Convention June 1-3 at Okoboji vere Glen Hantelman and Larry Jierstedt of the Fenton Lutheran church and Roxanna Voigt and n Kerber of the Fairville Lutheran church. Bobby Kohlwes. son of Mr and Mrs Ariin Kohlwes, Humboldl, recently underwent an appendec- omy at a Fort Dodge hospital. Mrs Larry Oade entertained 'ednesday afternoon, June 6, in onor of her daughter Cindy's 6th birthday. Guests were Mrs Alvin Poiratz and Bobby. Mrs Adele Meyer, Whittemore. LaVonne Scheppmann. Sacramento. Calif .Sandy Browning. Gait. Calif . Mr- David Berkland. Mike, Pauia anc Jeff. Mrs James Meyer and Mar i CIH, Mrs Donald Hainzinger, Terry. ! Kim and Shelly, Mrs Harry Haase. i Mrs Richard Stucki, Julie am 1 ! Jeff, Ginger Pert! and Carl Dear. ' Feye. ! Miss Lois Voi"t and !'eggy Voig i returned to Fenton Friday for E I week. Miss Yoigt will go to sum ; mcr .school in Cedar Falls. Mrs Burnett Heine rnlrrlaincc Monday. June 4. in honor of Ro bin'.s fourth birthdav. Guest jra. Mrs Stan Berkland Tania, Mrs Frank Mueller and Timmy, Mrs Richard Stucki and Julie, Mrs Oon Priebe and James. Mr and Mrs Herman Gade have returned to Iowa from California md are house guests of their sor and family, the Lurry Gadcs. Mr and Mrs Lyle Bassett, Milford were Sunday, June 3, dinnei guests of Mr and Mrs Raymond Sloeber. .Mrs Audrey Piiillips. Robert and Joey. Phoenix, Arizona, are visiting with Mr and Mrs Eari Uifkin for the summer. Jinly Berkland, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Berkland, is home from college for ten days. Shi will then return to Cedar Falls ior summer school. June 3 weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber were Mr anc 1 Mrs Karl Siewart, Minneapolis Wendell Burd, LaHabra, Calif visited Monday and Tuesday will his parents, Mr and Mrs Floyd Burd and Mr and Mrs Marion Stucki. Mr and Mrs Raymond Lister moved Friday and Saturday to Dumont, la. where Lister will work as railroad agent. Paul Eigler left Thursday with o his daughter Judy to take her t Camp Conestoga, a Girl Scou Camp near Davenport, where Jud will be a counselor for the sum mer. Eigler will spend a few day in Davenport with his daughte and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Kay Ruske. Susan Hantelman, who is at tending Abbott School of Nursing in Minneapolis, visited over th June 3 weekend with her parents Mr and Mrs William Hantelman Mrs E. H. Dreyer was a mem orial day guest of Mr and Mrs Arlin Kohlwes in Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Hilbert Hantelman and Mr and Mrs Paul Hantelmar and Scott of Mankato were mem orial day guests of Mr and Mrs William Hantelman. Mrs Fred Geigel, Algona. anc 1 James Voigt, Fenton, left Mondaj 'or ten days in Amarillo, Texar- vith Mr and Mrs Bob Geigel and hree girls. Mrs Richard McCarty and son r of Hartley visited from May 3t .0 June 3 with her parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Newel. Mr, and Mrs Gilbert Scribner an> Mrs Tom Gilbert, Des Moines. isited several days over Memor- al day with Scribner's brother Ir and Mrs Herbert Scribner in Colombia, Mo. Sunday evening, June 3, Mrs E. H. Dreyer entertained four tables Agnes Goetsch Succumbs At Age Of 79 Frnton — Miss Agnes G 79, died Thursday morning at the Holy Family Hospital in Esther- viile. She broke her hip about :hree weeks ago and developed pneumonia and the complications caused death. She was born Aug. 12, 1883 in Whittemore the daughter of John and Izebelle Goetsch. Her parents and three brothers Bennie, Richard and George preceded her in death. She is survived by Mrs Gene Murry, Wayzata, Minn., Mrs Gladys Towne, Portland, Ore. and 'wo sisters-in-law, Mrs George Goetsch and Mrs Richard Goetsch. Miss Goetsch worked in Baileys store in Fenton for 27-;'ears. She *as a member of the L/Jtern Star and the Fenton Methodist church. Family services were held Saturday afternoon at 1:30 at Thomas Funeral Chapel .with services at the Fenton Methodist church at 2 p.m. with Rev. H. A. Walker of ficiating. Burial was in Whittemore cemetery. Skit Features Birthday Party Of Seneca Unit ghter of Conesville, la. visited last weekend with her parents, the Carl Nielsens, and also was an attendant at the wedding of Marlys Bratrud and David Macomber on Sunday afternoon at the Blakjer Lutheran church, Seneca. A recent visitor at the Lyle England home was Mrs England's brother, Charles Paris of Minneapolis. He took his father, the elder Charles Paris back to Minneapolis with him so that he might be present at the graduation of a granddaughter from high school and a daughter-in-law from College, Mr and Mrs Lyle England entertained following commencement exercises at Sentral high school honoring their daughter, Barbara, who was a member of the graduating class. TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS: h approbation of your palronage - Did to make new friends, we have made sot-ficd arrangements with Kamera Kra't Portrait Studios to be here to photograph YOUR CHILDREN AND AU OTHE * MEMBERS OF YOUR FAMILY. BEAUTIFUL 8 x 10 SILVERTONE VIGNETTE PORTRAIT FULL SET OF PROOFS SHOWN 4.95 Value . . . Only 78c NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY - NO AGE LIMIT STOEBER HARDWARE - Fenton, Iowa MONDAY, JUNE 18 - 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 500. Prize winners were Mrs Clarence Wegener, Larry Alt. Mrs Larry Alt, Frank Dreyer and Mrs Duane Dreyer. Mrs Gilbert Scribner Jr.. Marshall, Minn, is visiting with her parents, Mr and Mrs Oscar Sor enson. Mr and Mrs Charles Newel, Mi and Mrs Lyle Newel and family Mr and Mrs Richard McCarty and family, Hartley. Mrs Emil Frank Mr and Mrs Don Shaw and fa-n ily, Mr and Mrs E. K Johnsor and Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudt and family enjoyed a picnic at Tuttlr Lake on Memorial day. Dinner guests Sunday. Juno .'!. at the home of Mr and Mrs Ervir Ruhnke in honor of their daughter WE'RE READY WITH KELVINATOR AIR CONDITIONERS 3 SIZES IN STOCK NOW The Perfect Window Sizes, with cooling cipacify from 4,000 B T.U., to 12 000 B T U These ore Precision Manufactured, For Economical operation, Quietness, and Full Efficiency. Priced From $173.50. We Invite You To Slop In and See Them.' McFALL PLUMBING & HEATING IN FRIENDLY FENTON Patricia's confirmation were Mr John Ruhnke, Whittemore, Mr am 1 Mrs William Hannover, Sandra. Mary and Wayne, Whittemore, Mi i and Mrs Paul Zumach, Pamela 1 Debra and Lori Ann, Mr and Mrs Dale Voigt. Mark, Lucinda an' Kent. Mr and Mrs William DeWall i arid Mr and Mrs Fred Ruhnk' •and I.arrv Fort Dodge. Afti-r noon and CM-ning guests were Mi • and Mr-, George DeWall and Mr and Mrs Glen Whitish and Janet j Kslhcrville, Mr and Mrs Walter : Hifi-stedt. LuVerne, Mr and Mr 1 Hugo Berninghaus and Betty, Al- 1 gona. and Mr and Mrs Edwin I'thof and family. Sunday. June :i, dinner guests uf Mr and Mrs William Winner m honor of their son Jimmy's confirmation were Mr and Mrs Oscar Knutson and Mrs Minnie Wiener Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Char les Naig and family and Mr and Mrs Orville Wiener and family Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Vint| nt Williams and family, Mallard. Mr and Mrs Ronald Berkland and Mi and Mrs Everett Knutson, Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Jerry Knutson and Mr and Mrs Amos Berkland and son, Cylinder, and Mr and Mr, Donald Hainzmger and family. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Clarence Knulson and family. UKIUUJQM.S Mrs Anma Voetmann of Ring- sled displayed valuable family heirlooms that recently arrived from Denmark. Th,e items included silver service, lamps, etc some of which have been in the possession of the Voetmann family for liO years. Seneca — The Blakjer Lutheran church Women held their annual birthday party Thursday afternoon at the church parlors. The program opened with group singing after which Diane Olsen gave devotions. A skit, "Th.p Family Altar", was presented by Mrs Amey Cherland, Mrs Henry Jensen, Mrs Curtis Olsen, Mrs John Johannesen and Mrs Henry Looft. Mrs Ted Jensen presented a saw solo with Mrs John Johannesen as accompanist. Mrs Edna Johannesen gave a reading. Which was followed by the Birthday March, at which time each member don- es a penny or more for each year if her age. The program closed with poems by the group chairman, Mrs Fred Johannesen. Refreshments were served at tables decorated with bowU of peonies. Hostesses were Mrs Elmer Krause, Mrs August Nelson, Mrs Olof Oftedahl and Mrs Julian Cherland. Eugene Bollig is a patient at the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville having submitted to major .surgery on Tuesday. Fred Wienberger returned Monday after having spent three weeks at Seatlle, where he attended thf World's Fair. While there he stayed at the homes of two of hit orotners, Juie and Leonard Wienberger. Rev. Oliver Johnson of St. John's Lutheran church, Cylinder, con Wm. J. Stoeber Takes Bride At Rock Island Fenton — Nuptial vows were •••{changed on May 19 by Miss Shirley Mably, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest T. Mably, Rock Island, 111. and William J. Stoeber, son of Mr and Mrs Oliver Stoeber, Baxter, former Fenton residents. Rev. P. B. McDermott officiated at the double-ring ceremony in St. Pius X Roman Catholic Church, Rock Island. Mrs Dan Micklewright, Davenport, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Sue Stoeber, Baxter, sister of the bridegroom and Miss Pauline Lenger, Lovilia, la. Ordean Kabrick of Bancroft was best man and ushers were Kaye Ruske and Dan Micklewright, both of Davenport. A reception was held at the Moline, 111. American Legion building. Mrs Stoeber was Hitching is an ONE-MAN ' "'.' JOB' : '> ducted confirmation services Sunday, June 3, for four confirma- ands at Blakjer Lutheran church, Seneca. They were Judia Cherland, daughter of Mr and Mrs Julian Cherland, Eloise Jensen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Jensen, Richard Hansen, son ot Mr and Mrs Carl Hansen, and Jack Geilenfeld, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Geilenfeld. Jack makes his home with Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg. Mrs Garry Allen and baby dau STOP IN AND SEE THIS GREAT Ttfcw IDEA SEMI-MOUNTED MOWER NOW! Quick hitch uses only two bolts. Tubular steel frame —extra strength without excess weight Choice of spring-assist hand lift, cable power lift or hydraulic lift. Equipped with heavy duty %" thick, reinforced cutter bar. Makes clean, square turns. ASK US ABOUT OTHER BI6 FEATURES! WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa General George Custer was when he made his famous "las, stand" against Indians in the Da kota Territory. FENTON BUSINESS ancj PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FINTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invite* You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE ana 1 QEHl EQUIPMENT But. Phon» 3 R9i. 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