The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1965 · Page 13
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Teresko-Henry Vows Solemnized Albert Olsons Are Honored; Wed 50 Years FENTON *-. Marija Ingrld feresko and v f'homas Dean •Henry were married at 11 a.m. jFeb. 13 at St. Ceclla's •Catholic Church in Algona. The •bride is the daughter of Mr. [and Mrs. Virgil Flnnestad, I Fenton, and the groom Is the I son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon I Henry, Algona. The*Bev. O*Toole, Corwlth, | was officiating minister. Mrs. Jerry Aviiberg of Lone Rock attended her sister as 1 matron"df honor. Bridesmaids were -Lois Fagre and Winnie [ Bennett, Minneapolis. John Henry was his brother's [best man and the groomsmen were Eugene Henry and Richard Dugan. One hundred fifty guests attended the reception given at the K of C hall The bride, a 1963 graduate of Sentral Community High School, attended Mankato Business College. She was employed at Mount Slnal Hospital in Minneapolis. The-|room, a 1902 graduate of Garrlgan High School In Algona^ is employed at Farmers Service Center arid also farms. The newlyweda will live In Algona. ^ Mr. and Mrs. 0, C, Higglns, Plover, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William DeWall. Afternoon guests were Mrs. Shirley Zumach and girls and Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke and Patty, Sandra Hantelman was a house guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, while her parents were on a trip. Sandra was also a weekend guest of Mr, and Mrs. Larry Buscher, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Eidon Hantelman, Gall and Sandra and Mr. and Mrs, Larry Buscher were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Miller, Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kramer are parents of a son born Friday, Feb. 19 at St. Ann's hospital, Algona. The baby weighed 1 Ibs. 10 ozs. and has been named Todd Bernard. Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer and boys, Oelweln, visited over the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Juhl and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer, Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs.. Kenneth Evenson, Mason City,""were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arno Juhl. *i ^»— -^»f^ : l ^* Mr. and Mrs.oMtiS'rVMlfcHelT had as weekend guests Alice Skaar and Paul Bastain of Minneapolis. Sunday dinner guests of the Mitchells in addition to the above were Mr. and Mrs". Chester Skaar, Harold and Burnett of Primghar, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Duane Meling, Cylinder and Lenore, Lynnette and Lynn Under, wood. On ?r Sunday, February 14, Mr. and'<Mrs. .Larry Alt and Marilyn, Christy and Randy Greinert, and Mr., and Mrs. Mervin Jentz and family, all of Fenton, attended an Alt reunion at the EliGerber's in West Bend. The occasion for the'gathering was the transfer of GerJe Speth by the Navy from Chipago to Utah. Billy Speth was' 1 an overnight guests of the Larjry Alt's. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt were hosts at a 500 party Sunday night. Three tables were in play and prizes went to Bob Krause, Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, Darrell Dreyer and Mrs. Stanley Berkland. Nfrs. Shirley Zumach was hostess on her birthday last Monday to these guests, Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. Ernest Berkland, Mrs. Robert Burkgren and Bradley, Mrs. Ervin Ruluike,Mrs.MelvinBerk- land and Mrs. William DeWall. The Birthday 500 Club met at Mrs. Roger Friiik's last Monday nigt\t. Prizes went to Mrs. Larry Gade and Mrs. Donald Priebe. " Mrs. William Hantelman was hostess Thursday afternoon at a Qpffee party for the women of '•' the Lutheran Laymen's League. Guest of honor was Mrs. Frajik Godwin, who is moving to Spirit Lake this week. Other guests were Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, Mrs. Harold] Elmers, Mrs. William Eimprs, Mrs. James Meyer, Mrs, Emil Bierstedt, Mrs, Rex Spicer, Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Mrs,, Stanley Berkland, Mrs. Darrell Dreyer, and Mrs. Donald Prie,be. A gift was presented to NJrs. Godwin. Hr. and Mrs, Donald Priebe and?.boys were visitors Friday nigh] at the home of Mr. and Mri Kenneth Schmidt, Esther- vills. Guests who brought their lunch and'helped Mrs. Ed Schlei celebrate her birthday last Monday wer| Mrs. Art Voigt,Mrs. Frank Mcfall, Mrs, Roeif Miller and cousins. The Hantelmans also visited other relatives in Barney and Wahpeton, North Dakota. Supper guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Feye for Ronnie's fourth birthday Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Priebe and boys visited Sunday in Decorah with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gayle and Mrs. Martin Larson. Old-Fashioned Bobsled Party For Senecans SENECA - Mrs. C.O. Bailey entertained at a boh sled party Friday, Feb. 12. Those enjoying the outing included Mrs. Donald Cronk, Lori, and Brian; Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, Kathy, and Geo', Craig Jones; Richard Dreyer, and Patricia Dreyer all of Fenton; also Tim, Teresa, Anne and Carol Lynch and Rickey Johannesen of Seneca. Everett Witham provided the horses and the sled and did the driving. Mrs. Witham had a surprise treat of popcorn balls for the group on their return, Following the ride the group gathered at the Bailey home for refreshments. Joining them there were Mrs. Robert Lynch and Jim Merrill. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Yungeberg of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Drinan and Susan of Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Witham were Valentine's Day dinner and supper guests of the Everett Withams. Blakjer Lutheran Church Women met at the Church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Mrs. Henry Jensen as hostesses. Mrs. Raymond Bergum presided at the meeting due to the absence of the president, Mrs. Ted Jensen. Mrs. David Looft presented the devotions and Mrs. Henry Looft had charge of Bible study. The group voted to purchase a new altar cloth for the church sanctuary. Mrs. Morgan Tennyson, jr. WILLIAM WRKLAND is at Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he had a kidney removed a week aco. MR. AND MRS. Ray Schil- moeller were visited last week by their son and dan^hter-in- law, Dr. and Mrs. Cordell Schil- moeller, South St. Paul, Minn. They left the children here while they went to Windom, Minn., where they bought a house ~~ MH. AND MRS. James Wolfe have moved from the Werner Stnifrcker apartment and it is taken !>y Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alljert J. Olson, Algona, shown here, were honored by their children at an open house at the First Luther-' an church here Sunday, Feb. 21, from 2 to 4:30 p.m. in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married here Feb. 23, 1915, and have four children. Wilfred Mueller Of Ringsted Rites Tuesday , aad'Mrs. Eldon Hantel;: visited in the Eldo Luebke hom$ in Colfax, North Dakota sevfral days last week. Mrs. Mrs. Hantelman are 'spenfttoni fhursday through the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Leona Osborn. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lynch entertained their card club at their home Saturday evening. Mrs. Art Bergum accompanied Mr. and, Mrs. Henry Looft to Algona Tuesday evening where they attended a farewell open house honoring Mrs. Norma Morgan, Kossuth County Home Economist, who with her family will be leaving soon for Alabama. Mrs. Morgan was presented with a purse of money as a farewell gift from her Kossuth county friends. Mrs Cecil Baldwin entertained the Jolly Jokers Club at her home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen spent Thursday in Des Moines. 35th Anniversary Observed By Seneca Couple SENECA - Approximately 200 guests attended .the open house reception for Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson Sunday afternoon at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Ringsted on their 25th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Russell Hoieii had charge of a short program presented by Pastor Stanley Hansen, readings by Mrs. Thorvald Rasmussen, songs by the grandchildren ami selections by the Ringsted High School mixed quartette. Dining room hostesses were Mrs. Jolm Genrich (Lame), anil Mrs, Donald (Kathleen) Quasted. Marsha Langerman ami Cecelia Gangestad had charge of the guest book and Mrs. Darrel (Sandra) Walsh and Connie Culbertson unwrapped and displayed the gifts. Mrs. Gary Culbertson ami Mrs. Hans Hansen cut ami served the anniversary cake. Mrs. Francis Culbertson and Mrs. Gordon Culbertson presided at the silver services. Kitchen host and hostesses included Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fink, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Cummins and Mrs. Lyle- Hedge who helped serve. Guests were in attendance from Algona, Spirit Lake, Fairmont, Ruthven, Terrll, Ayrshire, Estherville, Emmetsburg, Fenton, Seneca, Bagley, Burt, Lone Rock, Armstrong, Ellsworth, Titonka, Albert City, Spencer, Spirit Lake, Armstrong, and Colorado Spr^ ings, Colorado, Funeral services for Wilfred B. Mueller, 54, were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Ringsted. Mr. Mueller died Saturday morning at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, of a heart attack. He had been hospitalized two weeks. Wilfred Bernard Paul Mueller was born Feb. 11, 1911, at Fenton and received his education there. March 6, 1935, he was married to Ruth Jensen of Ringsted at St. Paul's Lutheran Church here. They have farmed in the Seneca township and Ringsted area ever since. Survivors include his wife, two sons, David and Derald of Ringsted; his father and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mueller of Whittemore; one sister, Mrs. ^^loyxj Johnson of Cylinder; four brothers, Arthur of Lone Rock, Merrill of Algona, Maynard of Mercedes, Calif., and Clifford of Stanley, Wis, The Rev. Stanley Hansen officiated at the services, and burial was in St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery east of Ringsted, with Thomas Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Guest Speaker, Methodist Church The Fenton Methodist church will have as a guest speaker Sunday, February 28, Dr. Ralph *Kitteriifl*n, the Spencer district superintendent. He will speak at the 9:30 a. m. worship service. The Fenton Methodists will also start a study of Genesis on March 3. The lesson -will be presented on Wednesday afternoons during March, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. for women, and the same lesson will be presented again on Sunday evenings at 7:30 for both men and women. . it is hoped that two sessions will increase attendance. Berkland Named To Head Laymen FENTON - Stanley Berkland was elected vice president and Emil Bierstedt membership secretary of the Lutheran Laymen's League at St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, Tuesday night. They will hold the posts two years, as president and secretary-treasurer are elected in the alternate years. A new program committee was also chosen, It will consist of Mrs. James Meyer, Mrs. Don Priebe, Harold Elmers ami Rev. Rex Spicer. The topic for the evening: was "Confession" ami was given by Rev. Spicer, with discussion by the entire group. Mr. ami Mrs. Calvin Vau.lt ami Rev. and Mrs. Rex Spicer served the lunch. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Karl Krueger. Mi;. .VNU MRS. Werner Strue- rkt-r -.vent to Humboldt to help their son Terry and family move to a home in the country. MR. AND MRS. James Walker have had as guests the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mis. Dave Strain, Webster City. MR. AND MRS. Frank Ryerson left Monday for Citra, Fla., where they will spend three weeks with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Crosby and family. MR. AND MRS. Ray Walker, International Falls, Minn., have been visiting at the parental James Walkers and with other relatives in the vicinity. MR. AND MRS. Merle Webster spent last weekend in Des Moines with their son Richard and family. MR. AND MRS. C. M. Whitehill and Mrs. Charles Clement spent Friday at Renwlck with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Guy. The women are sisters. MR. AND MRS. Ben Wibben received word Thursday of the death of the former's brother, John, 52, Lakota. He had suffered a heart attack previously. Funeral services were held Monday at Lakota, MR. AND MRS. Art Wiese spent Feb. 14 at Blairsburg with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pruisman and family. The dinner was in observance of the seventh birthday of Michael Dean Pruis- man. Sunday, the 21, they went to Lyle, Minn., to spend the day with Art's mother, Mrs. Emma Wiese. MRS. OLGA Jordon took her sister, Ellen Carlson, to Park hospital, Mason City, last Tuesday to consult a specialist. ELLEN DAILEY has returned from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where she had medical treatment a few weeks ago. MRS. EMMA Miller has sold her home to Mr. and Mrs. Mathsen of West Bend, and has taken a unit at Brown court. MRS. MINNIE Blinkman was visited recently by her son, Harold and wife of Minneapolis, who came to attend funeral services at West Bend for Peter Mertz, father of Mrs. Blinkman. MRS. ANNA Shackeiford was visited last week by her son Floyd, Davenport. FLOYD TURNER is hospitalized at St. Ann with a heart attack and pneumonia. A daughter, Mrs. Cornelius De Krulf, Sheldon, is staying with Mrs. Turner and the other daughters, Mrs. Marjorle Apple and Mrs. Ruby Walton, Des Moines, who came to spend the weekend here. It is expected Floyd will be hospitalized several weeks. ®Westinghouse COMBINATION REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER WITH %? <8 L—I A urn »heKl Mod*! RFC 41 Debaters At Ames Algona high debaters, Maureen* O'Brien, Jackie Kinden, Mike Stillman, Gregg Buchanan and Karen Charles took part in a two-day high school debate tournament, Friday and Saturday, at Iowa State U., Ames. The Seafarers International Union has 70,000 members. MR. AND MRS. J. B. Asa and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cunningham of the Doan vicinity have left for a few weeks vacation in Texas. One of the stops to be made Is at Fort Worth, Tex., where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Don Asa, former Al- gonans. The Cunninghams will visit at Fort Wolter with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. .Everett Steven are also in the party and will visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keies at Kilian. They left last Wednesday and will be gone a week. ' BERNARD YEOMAN slipped on ice on sloping ground near his home last Friday and suffered a broken hip. He was taken to Park hospital, Mason City. George Yeoman drove over to see him last Tuesday and his wife spends much of her time with him. MR. AND MRS. Mitch Taylor returned last Monday from a two week vacation at various points in Florida. MR. AND MRS. Dean Taylor are leaving Geb. 26 for a vacation of a week at New Orleans, La. MRS. HUGH POST is home from St. Paul, Minn., where she visited her nephew, Nick Wazl- wick and wife. She had gone to Princeton, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ok on, niece and nephew of the late Mr. Post, and from there went to St. Paul and has been gone three weeks. MR. AND MRS. Duane Riley and David, Mr. and Mrs. William Funk, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Sabin and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch were dinner guests last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch at LuVerne. DR. AND MRS. Ray Potter went to Vermillion, S. D., Tuesday, to visit their son Don and family and look after the children during the sickness of Mrs. Potter with flu. MRS. JAMES ITT visitt 1 htr sister, Mrs. Ralph Hijlek at Garner last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L'tt are leaving this week tor a visit at Woodstock, 111., with Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brokaw, former residents here, an>.l will go on to Chicago for a visit with various relatives. Mrs. Velma Patton will stay with the children. MR. A>'D MRS. 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