The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1965 · Page 7
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Judith Berkland, Robert Hanna Married Jan. 30 FENTON - Judith Ann Berkland and Gerald Robert Hanna spoke their marriage vows Saturday night (Jan. 30) at St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland, Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanna, Forest City. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. CleoKautsch, Whittemore, interim pastor. Organist was Miss Carolyn Ley of Lakota, and the soloist was Miss Diana Berkland, Cylinder, Attending her sister as maid of honor was Joyce Berkland. Bridesmaid . was Mrs. Dennis Flugum, Forest City, sister of the groom. The best man was the groom's brother, Steven Hanna, Forest City, and groomsman was Darrel Berkland, brother of the bride. Keith Hanna, Forest City, the groom's brother, and Eldon Berkland, cousin of the bride, were the candle lighters. The ushers were Gary Berkland, brother of the bride, and Vance Hanna, Forest City, brother of the groom. The bride wore a floor length NEW FELCO SWEET PIG STARTER GIVES A BOOST IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION Felco Sweet Pig Starter is new this year. Little pigs, realty.* go for it because it's sweetened with sugar. And it's a pelleted pig starter that contains 50% rolled oats and a high level of antibiotics to keep pigs healthy right from the start. Begin with New Felco Sweet Pig Starter for a more successful hog feeding program. FENTON Co-Op Elevatoi rt *N EV^ N e £7> F«nt«n, IOWCP •>*° /^ ^ SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY f.nton Bu»in»»» * Prefwtionol Directory fKIENOlY FENTON INVITiS YOU •"••••^•"•^ ^^ m «••••• FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sund* Golden Sun Feedt GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Nnten, low* Dr. E, W, Ruike HANTilMAN BUILDING SERVICE ft>; 0' Ftnton, Iowa FINTON DRUG R.C.A. Dtelir T.V Salw * $trvl«f Phont 13 or 136 gown of white.nylon sheer, styled with a scoop neckline and long sleeves, and decorated with sequins and seed pearls. Her headpiece was a fingertip lace mantilla. She wore her gift from the groom, which was a black diamond pendant. Her personal attendant was Glenda Gabrielson. The bride's attendants wore bright red floor-length sheath formals with floating back panels. They carried white fur muffs with a single red rose and green streamers attached. Their headpieces were white fur circlets with red nylon net. A reception for about 200 guests was held in the church parlors immediately after the ceremony. Punch was served by Evelyn Frederick and Michael Aubrey. Miss Arlet Berkland, cousin of the bride, registered the guests. Mrs.Truman Thompson, Cylinder, and Mrs. Julian Hagan, Lake Mills, la., cut the wedding cake; and Mrs. Truman Thoen, Blooming Prairie, Minn., and Mrs. Robert Grethen, Cylinder, poured coffee. In charge of the gifts were Mrs. Richard Lura, Decorah, la., Mrs. Lyle Olson, Minneapolis, Janice Grethen, Cylinder, and Sandra Berkland, Perry, la. Waitresses were Penny Hagen, VaLois Thoen, Joline Brager, Shirley Samson, Cheryl Berkland, and Connie Grethen. Following a week's wedding trip to Denver and points west, the couple will live in Mason City. The bride graduated from Sentral high school and the State College of Iowa. She plans to teach art in Mason City. The groom attended high school at Buffalo Center and is now an apprentice carpenter in Mason City. UOYD M, BERKLAND Senfral Girls Prepare, Serve Faculty, Board FENTON - Senior and sophomore girls in the homemaking classes at Sentral High School, Fenton, planned, prepared and served a smorgasbord-style banquet Wednesday night (Jan. 27) to about 67 persons. The girls, under the supervision of Mrs. Max Dudley, home economics teacher, were divided into groups with their own responsibilities. In addition to the meal, they created a carnival midway with booths and a side show to provide the evening's entertainment for the guests. Those attending included the members of the school board, high school and junior high faculty, the school personnel, and their wives or husbands, -o- RETURN TO FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebe returned to Fenton from their winter home in Ft. Myers, Florida, last week for the wedding of their granddaughter. They attended Miss Judy Berkland's wedding Jan. 30 to Gerald Hanna and then left again for Florida on Feb. 2 with the Lloyd Berk- lands. Mrs. Berkland is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Priebe, and the Priebe's were guests in the Berkland home while in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Berkland plan to remain in Florida for a vacation. Last Wednesday afternoon, guests of the Donald Priebes for Kenneth's seventh birthday were Vance Voigt, Paul Jorgenson, Danny Feye, Vaughn Borchardt, and David Wegener. Supper guests were Mr. andMrs. Ray Priebe, Carl and Darlene, and Mr. and Mrs. James Schmidt and Brent. -o- Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Larry Alt were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Priebe, Carl and Darlene, Mr. and Mrs. James Schmidt and Brent, and Gene Lockwood, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt were hosts at a 500 party Wednesday night at which five tables were in play. Prize winners were Lloyd Kern, Mrs. Lyndon Kerber, Lloyd Berkland, Dale Weisbrod and Mrs. Herschel Hartman. Tuesday afternoon the 4-7 Club met at the home of Mrs. Gerald Halvorson. Roll call was answered with a favorite recipe. Mrs. Duella Cody showed slides of the trip she took last June through Norway and Sweden. Carol Ann Cody, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cody, was baptized Sunday (Jan. 24) at St. John's Lutheran church, Depew. Rev. Oliver Johnson officiated at the service, and the sponsors were Mr. and'Mrs. George Jorgenson, Jr. Guests at the Cody's for Sunday dinner were Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Nelson and Jeff, Sioux Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nelson, Kim and Bruce, Sioux Falls; Mrs. Lula Knutson, Esthenrille; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Antonson, Barbara and Carolyn, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. George Jorgenson, Jr. and Linda; and Mrs. Duella Cody, who has been stay- Ing with the Cody's for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berkland and Tania visited with the Kendall Meyers of Ayrshire last Saturday evening. Mrs. William DeWall was hostess for an afternoon of quilting on Friday. Ladles coming to quilt were Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. Ray Priebe, Mrs. Ole Pederson, Mrs. Paul Zumach, Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke, Mrs. MelvinBerk- land, Mrs. Dale Voigt and Mrs. Ernest Berkland. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halvorson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis were Sunday visitors in the Elmer Lee home in Estherville. Dennis Wilberg, 10, --son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg, fell while playing on the monkey bars at Fenton grade school last Monday. A bone was fractured in his left arm above the wrist, and Dennis will wear his arm in a sling for about five weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod were hosts last Thursday evening to the Methodist choir, in honor of Dale's birthday. The group of 25 had their regular choir practice in the Weisbrod home and then were served ice cream and birthday cake. Miss Peggy Voigt, Cedar Falls, was a guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod. She was visiting during the semester class break at the State College of Iowa. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer, Sunday, were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Geitzenauer, who left on Monday for a trip to California. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber returned Saturday night from a month's vacation. The Stoeber's spent two weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber in Mesa, Arizona, and then were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Karl Siewert of Minneapolis for two more weeks of driving through the western states. The two couples visited Mr. Stoeber's sister, Mrs. J. W. Smith in Sacramento, California, and also spent some time at the home of Mrs. Stoeber's sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Christiansen, in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoe- , be r and Wayne attended the Our ' Own Hardware convention in Minneapolis, Sunday. The Ray Stoe- bers remained in Minneapolis for more meetings on Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Berkland and Cheryl, Fort Dodge, visited with Mrs. Berkland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz, on Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jentz took Mrs. George Jentz to Wisconsin on Saturday, where she •will spend a few weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gene Havens. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause were •Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz and •Mr. and Mrs. Don Berkland and Cheryl, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kohlwes 'of Austin, Minn., spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Mrs. Walter Krause was the hostess for the Thursday Afternoon Bridge Club on Jan. 28, Three tables were in play and prize winners were Mrs. Charles Newel, Mrs, Paul Eigler, and Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hanson left Monday morning for California. They plan to be on vacation for about three weeks. Mr, and Mrs, Eugene Huskamp were hosts Sunday night at a bunco party in honor of Mrs. Florence Saxton and Pete Saxton, who will be moving from' their farm to a house in Fenton soon. Guests were the members of the 4-7 Club and their husbands, andprize winners were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Nielsen, Mrs. Lyle Hanson, and Robert Krause. A purse was given to the Saxton's as a farewell gift from the neighborhood. Ringsted Church Elects Joe Oakes, Mrs. Arthur Kruse, Mrs. Gene Ostedgaard and Lawrence Anderson will be the nominating committee for 1966. Mrs. Donald Hoppus reported 442 communicant members and Mrs. Forrest Christiansen re•ported that the proposed budget '•Is $15,000. Earl Summers, re- iported $16,633 In receipts for !1964, and disbursements of $14,892, The Youth budget reported $572. ; Youth off leers reporting were ;Joleen Wiseman, treasurer, -Corrlne Place, moderator, Alan •Madden, vice moderator; Gayle ^Loewen, secretary, and Linda Knapp, assistant secretary- treasurer. Mrs. Cedrlc Thomas reported that the 56 members of the Women's organization had sent 26 boxes of clothing to miners, In the Far East and had given $750 to the building fund. Alvln Olson, past superintendent, reported an enrollment of 107 In Sunday school with an average attendance of 80. Thursday, Feb. 4, 1965 Algeria (la.) Upper De< Moinet-7 James Johnson will be Sunday school superintendent with Harold Kramer as assistant. Alfred Petersen was elected to the cemetery board for a three-year term. A $14,190 budget was proposed and approved by the congregation. The Rev. Gordon Miller, pastor, Is still confined to Holy Family Hospital following a back injury several weeks ago in a toboggan accident, RINGSTED - Robert Place, rural Armstrong, was elected elder at the annual congregational meeting Sunday night at First Presbyterian Church, Loren Madden, rural Armstrong, Roy Moore and Alvln Olson were elected trustees to serve three-year terms, Others elected were Mrs, John Phillips, church treasurer; Cecil Christiansen, member of the stewardship committee, Mrs, Nadine Smith, church school superintendent and Mrs, Paul Hutchinson, assistant, Clay Warren and Mrs, John Wiley are choir directors and Linda Knapp is organist. Ringsted Lutherans Elect RINGSTED - St. John's Lutheran Church elected officers at the recent annual meeting. Cecil Anderson, Harold C. Jensen and Harold Kramer were elected to the council for three- year terms. Donald Henrlksen, Elmer Jensen and Norman Rasmussen were named ushers. LuVerne Youth In Band Concert The Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School Concert Band will present a concert in the 1BSSS Chapel at 2:30 p. m. Sunday, Feb. 7th. Parents of band members have been invited to an informal coffee following the performance. No admission will be charged for the concert, and the public is cordially invited. Roger Erpeldlng, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Erpelding of rural LuVerne, is a member of the IBSSS Concert Band and will be participating in the Feb. 7th concert. council in Bancroft at Its annual meeting. Glen Klocke was elected deacon and Lloyd Eichenberger, trustee. Holdover officers are Gerald Soderberg, Russel Dlts- worth, Harold Presthus and Wilbert Engholm. Mrs. Russel Dltsworth was appointed delegate to attend the Synod convention In DesMolnes. The Rev. H. B. Bengtson Is pastor. Parents of Son BURT — Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schichtl, Britt, formerly of Burl, are parents of a boy born Jan. 20, at Britt" Hospital. The baby weighed G pounds 2 ounces and is the couple's first child. Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Dutton, Burt, are great-grandparents of the infant. Church Elects BANCROFT - Two new officers were elected to the Immanuel Lutheran Church Texas has 3,695 square miles of inland water area. GAINED or LOST WEIGHT ? THEN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR COMPLETE ALTERATION SERVICE. MODERN DRY CLEANERS and TAILORS Phone 295-5277 Algona 2 NEW WAYS TO INCREASE HOG PROFITS (1) Save more of each litter and (2) cut feed costs by wanning hogs with a Knipco portable farm heater. It burns low cost kerosene or //I fuel oil. Move it anywhere. Plug in. Starts instantly. FREE FOLDER SHOWS HOW HOG PROFITS INCREASE 30% Stop in for a free demonstration. BUSCHER BROS. 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