The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 26, 1965 · Page 7
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»^^^BT^^^B A ^ M ^ ^. __^^L»fc ^k ^ • I • M\ w Ma^mM ^^R/AflMV tffe'tJr • Publi « hed R y The u pp* r D " Moin " • ^•n^ H^^^B ^B H^H ^B^ I H^^ W^ • Publ'uning Co., Algona, Iowa • Ji § JT- U •• 1 • • -JL' 1 ' 1 JEANPRJEBE R ^WW^rffr^^ ^ r ^rf^ ^T | N«w« Editor | Vacation Ends For Travelers From Fenfon FENTON - Mrs. Florence Behne returned recently from spending five weeks In Denver with a son and family, the Leyton Behnes, and three weeks In Idaho Falls, Idaho with a daughter ai\d family, the Tom Stavros'. While with her daughter, they enjoyed a visit to Grand Teton' National Park and Yellowstone National Park. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Howard Long and family andAbbieTjadenof Algona were guests at the W. E. Laage home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Geronsin and family of Clinton were recent houseguests ofMr.andMrs. Fred Mortenson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortenson took their daughter Kathy to Rochester Tuesday for tests. Judy Elgler left Fenton Sunday for Colorado Springs, where she began work on Wednesday as a speech therapist at the United States Air Force Academy schools and at the School for the Deaf In Colorado Springs. Guests of Judy Eigler on Friday morning were Mrs. Vernon Reisner and boys of Estherville, Mrs. Noah Reisner of Lotts Creek and Mrs. Norman Larsen. James Voigt, state CAR Registrar, accompanied Mrs. Don Patterson and John Patterson of Burt and Mrs.FredGeigel of Algona to Des Moines on Monday, where the group was to go to the Statehouse to attend the signing by Governor Hughes of a CAR Proclamation, and then to the State Historical Building for an officers' meeting. Mrs. Patterson is state president of the group. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber spent Sunday at Spencer with the Richard Stuck! family. /lj|r. and Mrs. SrEr-Strater weife overnight guests vV( 6t5"(he Oliver Stoebers in Marshalltown recently. They called on friends at Eagle Grove and Renwick on their way'home. Mrs. Bob Johansen and children of Minneapolis spent a few days at the home of her mother, Mrs. E. J. Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw and boys and Mike Lee of Lone Rock have returned from a trip to the Black Hills, They spent one day with the Clayton Wolff family at St'reeter, North Dakota. Julie Kay Marie Struecker, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Struecker was baptized Sunday morning at St. John's Lutheran church, with James Meyer and her two sisters, Jane and Jennifer Struecker, as sponsors. Guests for Sunday dinner at the Struecker home were Rev. and Mrs. A. Vehllng and family of Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Vaudt and family, Mrs. Esther Hintz and Vernon Wilberg. The Birthday 500 Club met Wednesday night with Mrs. Donald Priebe as hostess. Prizes were won by Mrs. Jerry Langerman and Mrs. Jim Schmidt. Guests were Mrs. Schmidt and Mrs. Norman Bellinger, fo,r. and Mrs.BertelBerkeland returned home after a week of visiting\in Lincoln, Nebraska. Four grandchildren returned with them for a week vacation on the farm. They are-James and Bruce Franson of Lincoln and Larry and Carol Sue K&yig of Des Moines. . % Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sunde were Mr\ and Mrs. Elmer Nieman and Tw'lla of Buckley, Illinois. Guests at a Sunday picnic supper were Mr. and Mrs, Carl Clausen of Trimont, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfield of Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Theesfield and family of Storm Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Theesfield and Dennis of Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bruhn and family. Edith Laage visited friends in Des Moines from Thursday through Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and Edith Laage were Sunday visitors to the home of Karl Schwartz in Rockwell City. A dance will be held from 10 to 1 at Hands Park, on Sept. 4 following the wedding of Gary Widdel and Sandra Jensen. All relatives and friends are welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and Nadlne returned last Monday night from a two week trip to Jasper and Jasper National Park, in Alberta, Canada. Gene Huskamp, Harold Wehr- span, and Dale Weisbrod are spending a week at Ear Falls, Ontario, Canada, on a fishing trip. Houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod are Janelle Volgt of Grove City, Minn., and Peggy Voigt of Cedar Falls. Heidi and Charles Voigt of Grove City are staying for two weeks with the Art Voigts. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson entertained at a family picnic Sunday in honor of their fifteenth wedding anniversary, and also the birthdays of Calvin Vaudt and Mrs. Marlln Wegener. Those attending were Mr. andMrs^E. K. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and"family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. Marlln Wegener and. family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feye and family and Mrs. Kate Wegener of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe spent Sunday In Wells, Minn, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell attended the wedding of a cousin* Gaylen Heggen, and Miriam Svanoe at Augsburg College, Chapel in Minneapolis Saturday" night. Others attending from Fenton were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Berkland. Those from Fenton who attended a housewarming Thursday afternoon at the Archie Voigt home in Whittemore were Mrs. Emma Relmers, Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mrs. Amos Finnestad, Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Mrs. E. K. Johnson, and Mrs. Webber Yager. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kuecker of Oldbridge, New Jersey, were overnight guests of Mrs. Laurnetta Miller, Monday, while on their way home from a trip In the western states. Mr. and Mrs, Frank McFall and Mr. and Mrs. Roelf Miller visited Art Voigt and Mrs. Otto Ohm at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, on Sunday. Mrs. Mary H. Bean and children Robert and Katie were guests Thursday and Friday at the Homer Matthiesen home. Mrs. Bean and 'Mrs. Matthiesen are sisters. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. SHOP in your HOME COMMUNITY Fenton Business & Professional Directory FRIENDLY FENTON INVITES YOU FENTON PRODUCE - Lloyd Sunde Golden Sun Feeds GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE Ftftten, HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Buildina * Mmodtling PHONE 125 «r 17 Ftnten, town Dr. E. W. Ruske DiNTIST Offict Phont 79 dtfidtnc* 29 Ftnten, Iowa FENTON DRUG R.C.A. Ptflltr T.V Seltt i StrvUt Fh«nt 13 or 196 LLOYD M, BERKLAND Met nitd Rjel itett Irektr end Farm loom end Avctton Strvict 293 Herbert Krause, Fenton, Weds Lisbon Girl, Aug. 14 FENTON - Marilyn Jean Mornlngstar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Darrel Mornlngstar, Lisbon, Iowa, and Herbert K. Krause, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Krause, Fenton, were united in marriage on August 14 at the Methodist church in Lisbon, Iowa. Rev. Omar Pettersen officiated at the 7 p. m. double-ring ceremony, She was attended by Carol Nickelson of Dow City as maid of honor and bridesmaids Mrs. <James Stelert of Melbourne, Iowa, sister of the bride and Hollee Krause of Fenton, sister of the groom. Earl Jentz of Fenton was the groom's best man, and groomsmen were John Hovey of Lone Rock and Jon Jentz of Fenton. Ushers were James Steiert of Melbourne, Galen Lehr of Lis- bon, Hans Krause of Cedar Rapids and Robert Krause of Fenton. Heidee and Haleisa Krause, sisters of the groom, were candlelighters. A reception for 300 guests was held at the Hillcrest Country Club at Mt. Vernon at 8:30 p. m. Table decorations were garden flowers using pink and white. Mrs. Raymond Puffer of Mechanicsville, Mrs. Alvln Lehr and Mrs. Merrill Pike of Lisbon, and Mrs. Phillip England of Keystone presided at the reception table,, while Bonnie Buttery and'Jacfe, Wilson assisted in serving.' After a week-long wedding trip to Wisconsin, the couple will live at Cedar Falls where they both attend the State College of Iowa. Both are seniors, the bride majoring In elementary education and the groom majoring in art. Morris Mitchell attended an open house at the .Harvey Buenger home in West Bend, In honor of the Buenger's daughter, Wlnd- lene, who Is graduating from nurses training In Chicago next week. Lena Kohl we s and Mrs. Gaylo Keeley of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dreyer, Brent and Sonya of Sioux City were weekend guests of Mrs. Ida Dreyer. They all attended the wedding Saturday night at Belmond of Loveda Kohlwes and Keith Mitchell, who are now of Des Moines. The Darrell Dreyer family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler and Janean Zwiefel of Fenton also attended the wedding. Mrs, Ivan Weiner and children were houseguests Sunday through Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Berkland. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt were hosts Saturday evening for a supper in honor of the fifth wedding anniversary of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Berkland. Guests were Allen Dacken, Marlyn Stelnberger, Nancy Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Stan Berkland were Mr, and Mrs, Larry Alt and Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs, Art Krause and Mrs, Minnie Dreyer, Sunday afternoon guests of Mr, and Mrs, Ed Bruhn were Mr, and Mrs, Hilbert Hantelman of Mankato. Mr, and Mrs. William Bruhn attended a Hauck family reunion Sunday at Whittemore, Mrs, Bruhn's niece, Gail Ernst of Humboldt, is spending a few days at the Bruhn home. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Krause, Mrs. Anna Meyer, and Elsie Meyer visited Mrs. Elsie Dreyer Friday to help her celebrate her birthday. Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Silrum and family of Storydon, Minn, are spending a few days at the Morris Mitchell home, Clayton Ditsworth and daughter Mary Ellen attended the Twins- Yankee baseball game In Minneapolis Monday night, with a party of relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Morris, Sr. of St. Paul were houseguests of Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Ruske for several days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Morris, Jr., of Kansas City were also house- guests over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harmon and Don of Long Beach, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Schmidtke of Morrlstown, Minn., were Sunday guests of the Wm. Hantelmans and the Schmidtkes who are Mrs. Hantelman's and Mrs. Hannon's parents, are staying In the Hantelman home for several days. Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman were Rev. Herbert Rohe of St. Louis, Mo., and Rev. W. Hauptman of Minneapolis, who were attending a convention at Okoboji. Thursday afternoon and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kassulke, Kent, Debra and Jon Jon of St. James. Karen Berkland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berkland, formerly of Fenton, was married Sunday at Fremont, Nebr., to Paul Ruwe of Fremont. Those from Fenton attending Included Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Berkland. Fentonites At Neb. Wedding FENTON - Marilyn Joyce Franson and Thomas Roy nwere married August 20, in the Eastridge Presbyterian church at Lincoln, Nebraska. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Franson of Lincoln and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bertel Berkeland of Fenton. Some of those attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Bertel Berkeland of Fenton, their children's families, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berkeland and sons of St. Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kalvlg and family of DesMoines; and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Berkland of Wahoo, Nebr., and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berkland and Karen of Fremont. The Alfred and Oscar Berklands are former Fenton area residents. Mr. Roy is In the service and is stationed near Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs.BertelBerkeland entertained the wedding party at a pre-nuptial dinner at the Franson home. Hired To Teach Industrial Arts FENTON - Floyd Hutzell, 30, of Algona has been hired to teach Industrial arts In Sentral Community junior and senior high schools, thus filling the last vacancy on the Sentral teaching staff, announced Supt. D. G. Keoppel last week. A graduate of State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls, Hutzell has had two years teaching experience in the Cherokee school system. For the last five and a half years he has managed an oil station in Algona. He and his wife and two sons will con- CARD OF THANKS I want to thank everyone for visits and cards while I was a patient at Holy Family hospital. Ervin Gremmels. (64*) ttnue to live in Algona. A new course in auto mechanics will probably be introduced this year for the junior and senior classes, Supt. Keoppel said. Robert Hanisch was a recent patient at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville for an appendectomy. Tilda Johannesen of Minneapolis visited Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kiginskl at the Edna Johannesen home last Monday "Baker's Dozen 11 On S«rv/ce To YOUl FIRST TRUST SAVINGS tflf BANK Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson spent Sunday with the latter 's sister and husband, the Millen Jensens at Waltham, Minn. Senecans attending the wedding of Herble Krause and Marilyn Morningstar, at Lisbon, Iowa, included Mr. and Mrs. Paul .Hassel and Lennie, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Otis England of Rlngsted; and Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen accompnaied by Mrs. Cleo cals- sen of Rlngsted recently attended a Larson family reunion at the Mallard school. 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