The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1957 · Page 20
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 20

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 3, 1957
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4-A*i«na (fa.) Upper Ow thortdey, Octeb«t9, 195* Vote Expansion Program For Fenfon Co-Op Fenlon — At a meeting of the stockholders of the F e n t o n Cooperative Elevator, Wednesday night of last week, it was voted to authorize construction of a new grinding and mixing plant, to be erected just west of the new warehouse along the C. & N.W. tracks, and east of the new concrete elevator. Work was to begin this week, with Ibberson Construction Co. of Mpls. to do the work. An unofficial estimate of cost was around $100,000. Completion is scheduled for about March 1. It is hoped to get the foundation in this fall and an enclosure before winter sets in, so that completion can be done during the winter months on the inside. The project is the largest to be undertaken in Penton since the elevator constructed its new grain storage facilities. Wed Fenfon Girl LuVerne Man's Bride, Sepi. 28 : St Luke's Lutheran church at Pairville was scene of a pretty wedding Saturday ; fternoon at 3 p.m. when Eunice Sdna, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantehftan, became the bride of Burnett Heine, son of Mr .and Mrs Emtt Heine of Lu- Verne. The Rev. A. C. Kruger officiated at the double ring cerejipny, before an altar decorated with baskets of autumn flowers. Mrs fid Bruhn, . aunt of the bride, .played the traditional wedding marches, and was ac companist for Janice Heine, sister of the groom, who sang. The bride, given in marriage by Her father, was attired in a dress of lare and net over taffeta. The lace bolero jacket was styled with «» tiny collar and long sleeves ending in points at the wrirt. The very full skirt of net was covered with tiers of lace ruffles from the waist line to the heriiline. She wore 1 , a finger-tip veil-, attached to a. head dress of net sand lace trimmed with sequins and pearls, and carried a boiiquet of yellow roses, and white pom ports; Karen Hainzinger, a friend, was bridesmaid. Terri Voigt, niece of the bride, was flower girl. The groom was attended by James Mott of Cedar Rapids. George Bolte was ring bearer and Merle Voigt , and Paul Hantelman were ushers. Following the wedding, a reception was held for 100 guests in the church parlors. Teresa Voigt, niece of the bride, registered the guests. Janice Stoeber and Sharon Hantelman were in charge of the gifts, Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt were dining room host and hostess. Mrs Martin Jensen of Mankato, Minn, presided at the coffee service. The three tiered wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs Edward Westfall of> Graettinger assisted by Mrs Martin Hantelman- Donna DeSart and Susan Hantelman, were waitresses and Mesdames Louis, Wehrspann, Walter Bierstedt and Delond Bolte were kitchen hostesses. The couple will make 'their home in Cedar Rapids where the groom is employed. Delores Mae Wilberg Is Bride of September 29 Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Elmer'E. Kalvig who were married Sept. 22 at St. John's Lutheran church, Depew. The bride, prior to her marriage, was lola Jean Berkeland, daughter of Mr and Mrs B. G. Berkeland. The wedding story was carried on this page last week. The bridegroom is from Kanawha, where the couple will make their home. (Kirkham Studio Photo - UDM Engraving) Sentral P. T. A. Organized Monday; Officers Elected Fenton,— Monday „, Sept. 30, parents of three school areas, Fenton, Lone Rock, and Seneca making up the Sentral School District met in the Lone Rock gymnasium for the organizing of a Sentral PTA. The program for the evening Mr and Mr» Rpbert Halverson end family of White Pear Lake. Minn, were Saturday overnight guests of Mrs Leone Halverson. Joining the • group, far, Sunday dinner were Mr and Sfif Ronald Carey and Roger of Ames. consisted of two piano selections by Mrs KPauline Flaig. •< Supt. K. M. Chase introduced the Sentral faculty, and a welcome to the teachers from the parents was given by,Mrs Gerald Gochenour. Mrs Ted Jensen played two musical saw solos and 'The Four Nubbins', a quartet from Spencer sang several selections. During the business meeting with Mrs.H, A. Walker as acting chairman and Mrs Wilfred Radig as secretary, motion was made to organize as a Sentral PTA with the 2nd meeting to be at Seneca and the 3rd meeting at Fenton. Motion was made to have a committee write up a constitution to present at the next meeting, , Appointed on the constitution committee were Mr Art Priebe, Rev. Harvey Walker, Mrs.Lyle England, Mrs Myron Spear and Mrs OJaf .Norland. The following were elected to serve as - Sentral PTA officers; President, Mr A. A. Krueger, Lone £ock; vice president, Mrs Ralph -piergtedt, Xon*r Rock; secretary, Mrs Eugene Huskamp Fenton, and treasurer* Mr -Jesse BJanchard of Lone Rock. evening, $10 to the order of the local Methodist church in Fenton, which was the church Mrs Duncan designated when she received word her recipe was a ppssi- ble winner. The recipe Mrs Duncan submitted, was for a Baked- Oat Tuna Dish which she on- Sunday -dinner guests at the ClarewSe Thilgefc home were My; Harold Steward and Ben Leeclt of Burt and afternoon and sup per guest was Frank Thilges oJ Fenton. Mrs Floyd Duncan recently received a" letter from the Quaker Oat Company of.Chicago stating she had won 3rd 'prize in their Quaker Oat £enten recipe contest. They enclosed a check of Fuel Oil Time NOW IS THE TIME TO GET YOUR TANK * f L f «j& ANY SERVICE YOU MAY NEED... PHONE 157 Co, three recipes she picked frojaaifaer fjjles. The recipe was tried and feste'd three times before 'being submitted. Mr and Mrs Edwin Josten and Marcelle of Klemme were Sunday afternoon and supper guests in the Ed Schlei. H .C. Lindsey spent Sunday with Mrs Lindsey at the Cum mins Nursing Home' in Sioux City. The couple observed their 60th wedding anniversary. Mr Lindsey returned to Fenton Monday. He was an overnight guest Sunday with his daughter, Mrs Berry at Lake View. Ed Weisbrod returned to Omaha Saturday after spending several days in Fenton. > Mr and Mrs William Hantelman and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Waldemar Schmidtke home at Morristown, Minn. The occasion honored the birthdays of Becky Hantelman and Mrs Hantelman's father, Mr W. B. Schmidtke. Roger Preyer was a personal guest at Al Heinz, KGLO Farm Director Jast Monday evening at 6:15 dinner party at Hanford Hotel, Mason City sponsored by the Agriculture Committee df Mason CHy Chamber of Commerce. Roger was winner of a trip to the International Livestock Show at Chicago ip November,, sponsored by KGLO and North 1 Iowa Fair. , Mr and Mrs Dick Wilberg oi Spencer:,are parents of,;a daughter born Sept. 23. She weighed 6 Ibe. 7% oz. and has been named Gretcheiyprie, v/e, Cub S&ui Troop fjf pel Friday evening at 8 p;m: in the Community Canter. The boys presented a skit -based upon early homesteaders written by Mrs Gerfald Gochenour. During the business . meeting, Mrs Donald Shaw gave ji fipancial report. Gerald Gochenour, cub- master, announced ttye ^November theme 'Goblins and Ghosts'. He then presented Billy Weisbrod and Don Yager with their den chief cards. Tuesday evening dinner guesle in the Ray Stoeber home were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Steine, Mr and Mrs Clarence Theesfield and Mr and Mrs Harvey Higley of Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Eugene Mansager and Mr and Mrs Dick Theesfield. Mr and Mr* Ray Theesfield and ^irls were Saturday nite visitors m the Martin Ohm home. Mrs Rueben Berkland and Mrs Albert Mitchell were hostess to the Pfipew W.M-F. Thursday afternoon- The Christian Nurture program was presented. Coming Events . Ttjumtay, pet. 3 Woman's Society of Christian Service; Fair- yille I^adjws Aid. vFriday, Oat. 8 -±Country Woman's Club. — in a beautiful wedding ceremony Sunday, Sept. 29 at 3:30 in St. Paul's ttithefan church in Ringstea, Deletes Mat daughter of Mr and Mrft Otto Wilberg, became the bride 01 Paul Mofk, son of Rev. and Mrs P. L. Mork of Claritsfield. Minn. Rev. Harlan Blockus delivered the sermonette, and Rev. P. L. Mork, father of the groom, performed the double ring ceremony. Nuptial music wtfs Biased by EUgene Smith of Mumboldt, who played a prelude df the couple & lavorite hymns, terminating in the Bridal Chorus from Lonen- grin as the bridal party entered the church. Soloist, David Lee, sang. The bride, given In marriage by her father, was attired In a beautiful dress of lace and net over satin. The bodice was fashioned with a sabrlna neckline trimmed with opalescent sequins. The long sleeves ended in deep pdints over the wrist. The skin was very full with an under- edging of tulle at the hemline which tapered to a wider width at the chapel train. She wore a finger-tip veil of tulle attache;, to a lace and net pill box trimmed with pearls and sequins. Her bouqUet was .white cymbidium orchids and stephanotis accented with white jewelace tufts and white nylon rosebud streamers. Betty Caltvedt of Roland, a friend of the bride, was maid of honor. Her other attendants were Marilyn Mork of Minnea- pdlis, a sister of the groom, Mrs Ray Mehl of Barnsveld, Wis. and Alyce Thompson of Emmetsburg, both friends of the bride. -The groom was attended by his brother, Rev. Marcus Mork as best man. Groomsmen were Clyde Brueland and Tom Natterstad both of St. Paul and Clem Grons-, for of Moorhead, Minn. Paul and Mark' Berkeland of St. Paul, nephews of the bride, were ring bearers, and ushers were Dennis Jensen and Daryl Peiter- sen, cousinx of tlxe bride. Following the wedding, a reception Was held in the church parlors for 300 guests. The beautifully decorated refreshment table was centered with a large six-tiered wedding cake baked and decorated by Mrs Russell Kauffman of Swea City. IjjhE bridal party was served at a table covered with a beige lace cloth. The candleabra, flowers, napkins, place cards and favors were in the bride's chosen colors. Cynthia Mork, sister of the groom, was in charge of the guest book. Dining room hostesses were Mrs Frank Long of Hardy, la. and Mrs Gerald Beavers. Mrs Manno Peitersen and Mrs Albert Ullestad, aunts of the bride, presided at the coffee service and Mrs Gaylord Olsen and Mrs Virgil Preston at the punch bowl. Mrs Russell Kauffman and Mrs Henry Wilberg cut and served the wedding cake. In charge of the gifts were Rosella Suby, Phyllis Boland, Evelyn Gangstad and Mrs Elmer Kelvig. Waitresses were May Perrson, Mary Sampson and Marilyn Mannes of McCallsburg, Marlys Bratrud. Sharon Halverson, JoAnn Andreasen, Ardis Lange and Marilyn Larson. They wore brown organdy aprons, gifts of the bride. Kitchen hostesses were Mesdames Henry Looft, Kenneth Halverson, Andy Cherland Odey Cherland, Die Qftedahl, Martin Wilberg, Sig Loge, Ted Jensen and Lawrence Johannesen. The bride is a graduate of the Seneca High school and Waldorf college at Forest City. She has been a teacher in the Clarion ano McCallsburg schools. The bridegroom is a graduate at Waldorf College, and Concordia College at Moorhead, Minn, and studied at the University of Oslo, Norway. He was on internship in Bremerton, Washington this past year, and is now attending his senior year at, Luther Theological Seminary in St. Paul, where they will make their home. 44 At Library Open House FenJon — The library of the Methodist church held open house, Sunday afternoon. Mrs Romalne Weisbrod registered 44 persons in the guest book. Mrs Clarence Osborn, Mrs Warren Jones and Mrs Donald Shaw presented musical selections during the afternoon. Judy Jolley presented a Bible to the library or. behalf of her Sunday School class. Mrs Ralph Weis-brod is their teacher. Rev. Walker accepted this gift. Pouring at the tea table were Mrs Fred Brown, Mrs Florence McFall, Mrs Olga Huskamp and Mrs S. E. Straley. Waitresses were Janet Walker, Janet Behne Janice Stoeber and Pam Weisbrod. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs Art Voigt and Mrs Charles Lovejoy. Mrs Gerald Gochenour, church librarian, wishes to take this opportunity to thank all of the people who have assisted her in classifying the books and during the open house. Election Held By Homemakers Fenton — Fenton Township Homemakers held their organ- zation tea on September 27 in the home of Mrs Paul Voigt with Mrs Gerald Radig co-hostess. v Newly elected officers for the year are as follows: Mrs Ed iruhn, chairman; Mrs Owen Berhow, vice chairman; Mrs Dale 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 FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY * INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bui. Phone 3 Ro». Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Bvlldlng. Rtmodoling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E, W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 4 Residence 25 Fenton, lowo HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repaid FENTON, IA, LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Ettafe Broker And Auction Service No Mil Jo* Urge - No wJe too Small No tale too For - Me 10(9 too Hard My Aim Is To Pleate YOU Pliant 801 Ponton, Iowa IOWA FARM MUTUAL INSURANCE lift - CASUALTY - HAH - FIRE KAYE C RUSK6 X 1 -, .4,,', • ' *•** ", Schroedet, publicity chairman. Ladies appointed to serve oil other projects are as follow: Mrs Emma Hurlburt, Rural Mailj Mrs Lloyd Berkland, Soil Censer-- vation; Mrs Martin Hantelman, Neighbors Near and Par; Mrs Gerald Radig, Health and Safety; and Mrs Paul Voigt, Schools. A cook out is planned ftth October ?th in the Fenton park. A film was shown on a trip through the southern states and Hawaii. The next meeting will be 0«Si 18th in the Willis Cotton home* HUNiEHS A. C. Hanson, Allen Hanson, Roger Hofstad and Pat Seuser air of Northwood recently bagged four buck antelope, three deer and a fawn on a hunting trip to Wyoming. The eight animals, field dressed, ranged from 100 to i75 pounds in weight. Frank Thettlen was injure^ in a logging accident at Spirit Lake recently. He was unloading logs when he lost his balance, and fell down among them, receiving nine broken ribs and a brain injury. .'.--. -, NEED GUTTER REPAIRS? * SHEET METAL TINSMITHINO f POUT & GUTTER WORK A SPECIALTY WITH US WE KNOW HOW AND HAVfi tHIIHOP EQUIPMENT TO 00 If McFall & Rusch Piumeinc SHEET METAL WORK • ELECTRICAL WORK Phen* 159, FENTON «?EAD THE WAN1 ADS—IT PAYS THE NEW BEHLEN CORN CRIB See The Difference In Quality And Construction. • BIG PEAK OPENING FOR EASY FILLING. • FULL GALVANIZED ROOF, easy to assemble. • GALVANIZED AFTER WELDING coats every inch of crib, leaves no place for rust to startl BEHLEN CRIBS ARE EASY TO FILL, EASY TO EMPTY For Longest Service Life Buy BEHLEN All-Steel .Bar Mesh Corn Cribs SEE WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON, IOWA armer: APPLY RIS-VAN 7-7 or 9-9- On Your Stalks This Fall GET HIGHER YIELDS OF QUALITY GRAIN NEXT YEAR RIS-VAN 14-7.7 IS THI GREATEST "ROTTING ACTION" FERTILIZER YOU CAN BUY. - ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR \ • • YOUR DEALER STANDS READY TO SERVE YOU. SEE HIM NOW! GET RIS-VAN, MAN, THAT'S FERTILIZER!! FENTON Co-Operative Elevator COMPLETE FERTILIZER SERVICE PHOJH 14 FINTON, IOWA

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