The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 4, 1957 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 4, 1957
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MM. ARDETH MAlVtRSON N«wt Editor July 4 f 1957 PoWhhsd gy thi U PP «f DM Publfrhmfl Co., Alberta, tewa Burt Man Takes Fenton Girl As Bride, June 21 Fenton — In a pretty wedding ceremony performed Friday evening, June 21, in St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton, Beverly Randolph, daughter of Mrs Arthur Hengel and Darwin Koepke, son of Mr and Mrs Floyd Koepke of Burt were united in marriage. Rev. W. H, Friedrich performed the double ring ceremony. Robert Friedrich was organist. Mrs Frank Seely, soloist, sang 'O Father All Creating' and 'The Wedding Prayer.' The bride, given ir. marriage by Arthur Hengel, wore a white street length dress and a matching white hat. She carried a bouquet of.yellow and,white carnations, circled with red rose buds, and white satin streamers!M* . Mrs Carl Parson, sister of the bridegroom, was the bride's only attendant. • ' Carl Parson of Burt was best man. Jerry Waitc and Paul Carson, friends of the couple were ushers. Following the wedding, a reception was held in the church parlors for about 60 guests. Karen Hainzinger was in charge of the guest book. Mrs Goldie Carpenter of Red Oak, la. and Darlene Schattschneidcr of Algona were in charge of the gifts. Waitresses were Sharon Hantelman, Brenda Finnestad and Joanne Wegener. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer, Mrs Howard Schulte and Mrs Art Mueller. The latter also cut and served the wedding .cake, ,..,. _, „ ...., ,„ • The bride attended Fenton high school an,d,the groom is a graduate of the Burt High school. They will .make their home in Burt. (Glenn's Studio Photo) McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING "We Sell, Install or Service 11 FURNACES, WELL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES - BOTTLE GAS SERVICE PHONE 120or 111 FENTON OFFICIAL NOTICE! Anyone shooting firecrackers in Fenton after the 4th of July will be subject to a fine. PLEASE COOPERATE - IT IS NOT OUR DESIRE TO FINE ANYONE. G. R, KRAUSE Mayor of Fenton FENTON BUSINESS Everyone Reads The Fenton Reporter Pages THE FRJfNPlY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton Dr. & W. Rusk* PENTIST OffJW Phwif 7f Jifid&ncft 25 Fenton, lowo HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto £ Tractor Repair* PINION, IA. Esther Schneider of Emmetsburg spent Thursday and Friday in the Everett Hartmann home. The LeRoy Keslers of Emmetsburg were Friday evening visitors in the Hartmann home. Mrs S. E. Slraley spent several days this past week in the Donald Void home at Lake Mills. Members of the Methodist church held a pot-luck dinner and reception last Sunday in honor of their pastor and; his family, ReW and Mrs Hartrey Walker. Janet' arid Ardith. Kev. Walker will be serving the local church again this year. Mrs Sam Warner Was hostess to the Dorcas Sewing club in her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Dagmer Newel accompanied by her son Eugene Newel of Sioux Center and Mr and Mrs Arnold Hansen drove to Peoria, 111.. Monday of last week to attend funeral services for Andrew Wilson on Tuesday. Mr Wilson, a brother-in-law of Mrs Newel, died Sunday morning following a stroke suffered earlier in the week. , While in Illinois, the Hansen children stayed with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Peter Hansen in Ringsted. Mrs Martin Ohm and Mrs Sam Warner called on Mrs Tilda Grienert in Whittemore Thursday afternoon. ' ; Mrs Romaine Weisbrod went Jo > Winterset Friday to spend a couple weeks in the Robert Chest- nutwood home. Mr and Mrs Chestnutwood are the parents of an eight pound son born June 27. They have one other son. Mr and Mrs Maynard Lee and Sandra of Graettinger were Wednesday evening visitors in the Kenneth Halverson home. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family, Mr and Mrs Art Mueller, William Voigt, Lois and Peggy, Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family were Monday evening guests in the Franklin Mueller home in honor of Mrs Mueller's birthday. Among those from this vicinity attending funeral services Wednesday for Lewis A. Larsen at Grove City, Minn, were William Voigt-and Lois, .Merle Voigt, Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas, Mr and Mrs Art Voigt, Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs Frank McFall, Mr and Mrs Normal Larsen. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller have made several trips this past week to visit their daughter, Mrs Melvin Ricklifs, a patient at the Mercy Hospital in Mason City. Ruth Miller is helping at the Ricklifs home during her sister's illness and the Millers are caring for the Ricklifs infant daughter. - Mrs Gerald Godwin, Mrs Harold Fyle of Minneapolis and Mrs Reno Lundquist of Clarissa, Minn, visited last week with Mr and Mrs Harry Haase, Mr and Mrs C. C. Voigt and Mr and Mrs Paul Voigt. Also with Cylinder, Graettinger and Burt relatives. Mr and Mrs Leo Kramer and family of Denver, Colo, were Monday evening dinner guests of the Harry Haases. Mr and Mrs Ed Schlei were Sunday dinner guests of Miss Florence Weisbrod and her parents, Mr and Mrs Will Weisbrod. Mr and Mrs Robert Schutt and son were Wednesday evening guests in the Everett Hartmann home. Plan 4th July Program, Fenton Fenton — A big Fourth of July program is being planned for Fenton. in a com? munily cooperative plan. ' In the afternoon there will be rides for the youngsters on the town fire truck, and at r.ighi fireworks will be offered at the baseball park, following a- softball game that is being arranged. General chairmen for the event are Marion Stucki and Albert Schwar?enbaeh. The softball game will start at 7:30 p.m. with Zumach's Lotts Creek team opposing Eimers' team from Fenton. Fenton Neighbor Aid Helps Out Fenton -TV JSTeighbors and relatives went "to 1 the Elmer .Jfpause farm Wednesday afteroQon»t$ put up the hay"l ^Helping wewHans Baago, Arlo «anney, Arnof<$i Jlieb, Jen-old Langerman,- George ;^fur- phy, David Finnestad, John Lebanon, Harold Dreyer, Ervin Luedtke, Amy >Cherland, Odey Cherland and Julian Cherland. Mr Krause returned home from the hospital Friday. Mrs W, B. Wolfe and Mrs John Munch entertained at coffee Friday afternoon honoring Mrs Ed North and Mrs Dick Berry. Coming Events Monday, July 8 — Legion meeting. * Thursday, July 11 — Bertha Circle; Rose Circle; Friendly Neighbor .club, Depew Fellowship circle, The first steamship to cross the Atlantic Ocean was the S. S. Savannah. The ship left Savannah, Ga., May 22, 1819, und arrived in Liverpool June 20Ui. Seneca Shower Honors Bride Seneca — Mrs Ronald Freier- rnuih, ifee, Sharon KleinJ was honored at a post-nuptial stfcuyar held at trie Seneca school gyrhri- asium. Beyerly Odin had Charge of registering the gOestfi - t)n clothes pins, which were later presented to the bride. Kathryn Johannesen announced the program which consisted of readings by Sharon Dorsey, vocal selections, Nancy Fischer; iind a guessing game by Margaret Fischer. The bride then opened her gifts assisted by her sister, Mrs W. W. Webb ( er of Dows ami* Marian Beaver. Refreshments were served. Mrs Ernest Davis poured. Hostesses included her classmates and their mothers, Mrs Charles Beaver and Marian, Mrs Lawrence Johannesen and Kathryn, Mrs Delmar Fischer and Margaret, Mrs Clarence Menz. Mrs Leslie Denton and Darlene. Mrs Lyle England, Mrs Melvin Madsen and .Dorothy, Mrs Ernest Davis and Judy, Mrs Cafl> Odin and Beverly, Mrs Caleb Hartshorn and Marcia and Mrs Sig Loge. The newlyweds will make their home at Brimerton, Washington, where the 'groom, who is in the navy, is stationed on the U.S.S. Yorktown. At present the groom is enjoying a ten day leave. Mrs p. R. Patterson entertained relatives and friends Sunday evening in honor of Mr Patterson's birthday anniversary. Guests included Mr and Mrs Henry Rasmussen of Kansas City, Mo., en- route home from a fishing trip in northern Minnesota, Mr and Mrs Jim Rasnutssen of Ringsted; Mr and Mrs Martin Henricksen and the Homer Henricksens and daughters of Ringsted; Mr and Mrs Dwane Campbell and daughters, Swea City; Mr and Mrs Cecil Baldwin and Tommy; Mr and Mrs C. O. Bailey; Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen; Mrs P. H. Petersen; Mr and Mrs Donald Cronk and Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen and daughters. Jerry Wilberg, who is in the Navy and stationed at Norfolk, Va., arrived home last Saturday for a 13-day leave with his parents, the Martin Wilbergs. Jerry Breese, who enlisted in the navy and reported for induction on June 15 is stationed at Great Lakes Training Center at Waukegan, 111. The Seneca Sparklers 4-H club held an outing last Saturday at the park at Armstrong. Susan Sullivan was elected to fill the vacancy of secretary due to the resignation of Colleen Smith. Barbara England gave a demonstration. FALL '.,.., Fred Jossie of Coggon w'as^in- jured recently when a scaffold broke, letting him fall 15 feet to the ground. ! CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks to all my relatives, neighbors and friends for cards, flowers, gifts and food, during my stay at the hospital and during my long illness before going to the hospital. Mrs Everett Hartmann.. V 27* LONE ROCK By Mr* Clarence Kraft Thursday dinner guests at the Uoijie BerninghSUS home was rV' B. fiefninghaus of West Betid. Sunday Mr and Mrs Bsrninghaus and 5 family were guests at Heron Lake, Minn, of the George McBreens. Mr and Mrs Everett Hanna called on Mr and Mrs Alfred Schenck in Algona Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Frank Dfeyer and family were guests for dinner. Sunday, at the Larry Alts of Fenton. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer of FentorS, Mr and Mrs C. J. Stauder ^of- Bancroft called at the Lawrence Geit/.enauer home. .»; Mr and Mrs RoHand Baxter entertained at dinner, Friday, &»* and Mrs Leo Cutlar and family of La Ponda, Calif., Mrs Robeft Baxter of RuthVen. ~ ' [ Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer were dinner guests Sunday'in West Bend at the home of Mrs Agnes Tabor. Lloyd Clasen of Rock Rapids was a guest Wednesday at the Ralph Bierstedt home. Mr and Mrs Gerald Weiner and family of Burt were visitors Saturday evening at the Henry Schroeder home. Monday, Mrs E. A. Lee and Michael, Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs Ronald Christenson, and daughters, Nancy and Jean Beth traveled to Belgrade, Minn., to look at the Christenson farm, where the Ronald Christensons will be moving. Mrs Carl Peterson and Mrs Frank Flaig attended a coffee party at Mrs Carl Jensens home in Fenton, Tuesday. Mrs Alfred Schultz and Mrs Chct Alme spent Thursday evening with Mrs Maude Blanchard. Mrs Maude Blanchard traveled to Omaha, Sunday, to visit her son Eugene Blanchard. She returned Wednesday. Don Blanchard, Jesse Blanchard, Lone Rock, Chet Alme and Alfred Schultz of. Ottosen and Gordon Blanchard of Mason Oity went to Milwaukee to see the baseball game between Brooklyn and Milwaukee. They left Wednesday and returned home late Thursday night. Mrs Ruth Krueger and Mrs James Long went to Garner Thursday to visit the Jim Ackerman family. Mrs Roger Jensen, Mrs Miltoft Madison, Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs Jesse Blanchard, Jr., Mrs: Ronald Christenson, Mrs E. A. Lee, Mrs Ralph Hurlburt, Mrs.Herman Kramer, Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom, Mrs Florence Schrader and Mrs Clifford Nordine attended a tea by Presbyterian Women of Algona. Mr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard of Nevada, Iowa, are parents of a son, Gregory Dean, born Friday, June 28th. Grandparents . are Mr and Mrs Edward Blan- J chard of Lone Rock and great' grandparents, Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough. Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy returned "home late Wednesday evening; after a month vacation in Evflhsville, Ind. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards spent the weekend at Des Moines visiting relatives. Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine visited his mother, Mrs Matilda Nordine at .Albert City, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and family were Sunday guests for dinner in Blue Earth, Minn. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan attended the annual Idle Hour Club picnic held Sunday in Fairmont at Lincoln park. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 MODERN HOME FOR SALE AT Auction -JULY 17 P.M. AT FENTON IOWA Lots 4 & 5 - Block One In Hantelmcm'5 Second Addition Size 1 36' x 105' / This is a Two- Bedroom Home built in 1950, to FHA specifications. Very complete with attached garage. This houw has all the features yow'd FOR FURTHIR INFORMATION PICASE CONTACT: J. Wallace Smith, Rani Estate Broker or Dyed Berkland, Auctioneer & Real fctete Broker MR. & MRS. DON BOEVERS FOR PROMPT & ECONOMICAL SERVICE in BULK SPREADING of FERTILIZER CALL 14 FENTON i We're Equipped To Give You What You Want On Short Notice. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR "You Own It!" Curtis Lura, Mgr. Owr OPEN FOR BUSINESS! HANDLING LUMBER - INSULATION - SHINGLES BUILDERS HARDWARE, ETC. Our new yard is at the old Thompson location in Fenton. Your patronage will be appreciated. If we don't have it, WE CAN. GET IT — and save you money, too. We are priced to meet ALL competition. We cordially invite you to stop in, and we welcome a chance to give you estimates on jobs, with no obligations to you. TRY US FIRST 1 PHONE 8 FENTON LUMBER'CO. M. C. & Wrh. Hantelman, Owners Gilbert Scribner, Mgr. £ "Youth will be served," they say ,,. and here's a young man who's getting a lot of really expensive service! In this year of 1957, there's a construction program totaling $9,300,000 being carried on by' this Company .,, all with the purpose' of supplying your future needs. And succeeding years will see more millions invested ,,, so that your son may always have all that he needs for better living. * His future is bright.,, and so are the hopes of all of us who investing in Young America ... and proud of it! "4 Good Citizen of the Communities We Serve" IOWA ELECTRIC UGHT and POWER Company

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