¥ »!' , <%• f , *1 •>. \ t. r ' i , ••' (lo.) Upp*r Ptfl Mditrti Tuesday, June 14, I960 * ' ' Sandra Parsons Bride Of Robert Hutchinson Here i LRock Woman At Shower For Lifa Barker Lo-io Reck —i A miscellaneous shon-or \v;is held for Lit;i IVirkrr in the .John Hopkins home, Al- Ponn. Thursday aftorniion. Bonnie Poti'iil/. pave a readme,'. Hostesses were: Mrs Hopkins Mrs Herbert Potralz. Mrs Alvin Pot rat/. Mrs Martin Potrat'/., Mrs \Vic'htend;ihl and Mrs Potiat/.. Miss Barker married June If? to Nirk T/annes of Minneapolis in the University Lutheran ehui-ch of Hope in Minneapolis. Lita is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Loren Barker of Milwaukee, Wis. Mrs Darryl Householder of Lone Rock. Mrs Arnold Laabs of Fenton. Mrs Wayne Boettclfer Mrs Richard Underwdod and Marilyn- Jontz of Fenton attended the shower. VVilmer Arthur grandparents, Mrs Minnie Drcy- cr and Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman. JoAnn's sponsors, Mr and Mrs Richard Hertg^l of Amboy Minn.; Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer of Fi'riton, Darrell Dreyer and family. Mr and Mrs Art Krause, Mr and Mrs Larry Alt and family, Dunne DVeyers and family of Humrioldt, Mr and Mrs Art Tiet? of Lakota. Mrs Robert Tiet/ and uirls of Hay\vard; Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman, Uiune Simpson of Wesley, Karen Hengel of Am boy, Gary McVay of Algona. Dennis Ohm of Fenton, Judy Juhl, IVflRy Pettit and Stanley Berkland. Mr and Mrs Russell Jensen Cheryl and Lii\da O'Donnell are visititiK \vith. Olto Jensen at Deer Kiver, Minn. Mrs John Behrends and Hose Kraft attended the silver wedding of Mr and Mrs Neeland at Titonka Sunday. Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath were Monday guests in the Emma Hurlburt home, Mr and Mrs Richard Mittag from Alamedn Air Force Base near San Francisco hfeve been visiting in the home of Mrs Mil-, tag's parents, Mr and Mrs Alfred Schaclondorf for the past month. The Mittags and Sandra Schadendorf left Sunday morning for Aliimecla. Arthur Longs, Bancroft Are Honored, 46th Bancroft — Mr and Mrs Arthur Lous,' celebrated .their 40th wielding anniversary with open house at their home Sunday i afternoon. Arthur Long and Kathryn Catholic church here and have lived here all their lives. They are the parents of four children. Mrs Herald Roasche, (Helen)), Texas, Mrs Edmund Ford (Mary). Algona, Joseph, Bancroft, and Alice, Chicago. Thc-y have ten grandchildren. Mr Long's 93 years old mother, lives here. 1 . He lias three brothers and four sisters and Mrs Long has two brothers and one sister living. Their children and grandchildren were all present for the occasmn. Home From Japan Mr and Mrs Francis Wilhelnvi family, who recently returned from Japan, are here for a visit with their parents, the F. X. Wilhelmis ' and other relatives here and at Algona. After an extended visit here.they will be stationed in Montana. They have a family of six children and he is with the air force. A family picnic was held Tuesday evening at the Harold Winkcl home, Whittemore, honoring Mr and Mrs Bill Russell and daughter, Omaha, Mr and Mrs Don Williams and boys who arc leaving for New' York lo make their home, and the Menkc family from Bancroft. , Ex-ResidenJ Dies Mr and Mrs Perry Torino and Mrs John Shay, accompanied Mrs John Guy of Austin to Baraboo, Wis. where they attended funeral services for Er 1 Hulterstrum, former Bancroft business man. Mr Hultcrstrtim was manager of the Farmers elevator here before moving.to Wisconsin. Mr Hulterstrum was Mrs .Tome's sister. UDM Cl-issitieus Pay UiVideridf Legal Notices ORIGINAL NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AMD FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY HOG EH R. SI.ACU.E. 'VS ELIZABfcTH ANft DEFENDANT. NO, 1RJG8 ORIGINAL NOTICE TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: VOU ARE HEftUbY frOTfFlETJ that n Petition or me above named tii.-nn- tiff Is rtotv on /lie In the bffice of the Clerk of the abofe nnnted Court, mid wltlrh Pet it fan prays lot an absolute dlVorce for the plaintiff and against ,\oti as clefJ&ndfliH on the grounds of cntcl and tfmurftan treatment, and custody of: two tttiiiOT children to-\vlt: Karl Vaughn Slaglt ami RoRor Slier- man Siagic flrid fbr sitch otlirr and Hirlhcr oi|nitahle rr-lltf rts may seem .lu.it to thi* Couil and Tor the costs or this ai:tion. For further particulars see Petition on I'llr. You are ah;o notified lo appear bul'oro said Court at Algon.i, In Kussutlr county, lown. on or before the 7th dn.V of July, 10GO, and tlVflt unless you MI ^[iptiii your aelaull will bo cnU-rcd anil JudKiniMit or Occi^o will hp iMitor- cd. iisainsl you lor the 1 relief demanded in the tVMtion. suhjevl i<> Sec-lion .)llt!._3 of the 1!)5B Codr of Iowa. DECK & JOHANSEN BY HAROLD A 'I'ht i EH *^ u.iviOMin iiildg. Sioux City 1, Iowa Published in the Algona Upper Dps Moiius. Alyoiui. low-i. June M, lufif), Goes To Alaska • Martiaret Fischer praduated from Teachers Colleae at Cedar Fal's Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Delmor Fischer and Mrs Clar- j ence Menz attended the gi*adua- I tion services. Margaret has left i for Sitka, Alaska where she will i work in vacation church schools. Recent guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer honoring Joann's confirmation were Rev. and Mrs W. H. Friedrich, Sandra Elaine Parsons became the bride or Robert Francis Hutchinson in a ceremony Wednesday morning, June 8, in St. Cecelia's Gatholic church. The couple's parents are Mr and Mrs Ralph Parsons of Algona and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hutchinson of Lone Rock. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the ceremony and Tom Zaugg and Frank Ilienen were acolytes Sister Mary..Ricardo was organist and Carol Flynn sang. Lila Hutchinson; was maid of honor and Judy Alexander and Donna Marlow bridesmaids. Gordon Hutchinson was best man and Duane Dreyer • -and . Eddy . M a r 1 o w groomsmen. , The bride* wore a .floor-length gown of illusion net over satin with cascading ruffles from the •waist to the ^ermine. It had a fitted bodice, a sabrina neckline embroidered in sequins and long French sleeves. Her headpiece was a jeweled crown and she carried a bouquet of red roses. A reception for 100 guests was held in the afternoon at the Plantation ballroom. Mrs Kenneth Nemmers registered ;tht guests and Mrs, Art Alexander poured. A wedding dinner for the wedding party and family was also held at thq Plantation." The bride is a 1960 graduate of Algona high school. The bridegroom is a graduate of St. John's school at Bancroft and is a member of the Algona National Guard. He is employed by the O.K. Rubber Welders at Hurn- boldt where they will live following a wedding trip to Canada., (Glenn's Studio Photo — UDM Engraving) June Dairy Month June Dairy. j&onth is now'.behin; r observed', ,.,and..j a. special • message •Ion -datryrtprodilcts is'presented; i'ft I this issue by the Tri-Couhly i Drying Ass'n of Whittemore on j behalf of the creameries in this area in observance of the month. WILTGEN'S REGISTER When you are shopping for a shower or bridal 'gift. Be sure to check the list of names currently on our Bridal Regis* er. Wiltgen's Jewelers 28-PIECE PICNIC AND BARBECUE OUTFIT I WITH YOUR PURCHASE OF THIS NORGS WASHER MODEL WWP-G-60 You get all 28 PIECES! • Huge 24-in. brazier • Folding picnic tabla • 26-piece, break-resistant servlno set comprising: ' Four mugs • Four plates • Four knives • Four forks • Salt and pepper set • Butter knifa • Pie server • Four spoons HUGE 24-IN. BRAZIER- eteel bowl, adjustable grill, eluminized legs, over-size wheels. $19.95 VALUE PICNIC TABLE"Colorful McGregor- Plaid top. Legs fold lor compact storage. NORGE 'NORSEMAN 60' Wringer Washer DEEP POWER RINSING-fresh wate» with agitator tumbling. No rinse tuba reeded! SAFETY WRINGER-pressure selector •--8 locked positions. 10-LB. SUPER. CAPACITY TUB of porcelain, to t%0d tnd of wwli DRAIN PUMP-tmptlw tXg tub to IM» thin I minute*. NfcMpff PICNIC AND \K9eCUE OUTFIT AND WASHER ONLY... Pay Only $5.00 Down Vl ? 4 >. r . h&*?fa - $ 139.95 BEEGHER LANE APPUANCE CV 4-3613 "The Wildest Trader In Town' ALGONA, IOWA Tire You Name It... We've Got the aingest' Mce in Town! NEW TREADS •:! Applied M sound tire bodies or on your own tires I' .KAUK ^..'.-'•i--'-^..^;-''. W« fni*nnt«e oar New Treads, bearing OM Firactom Quality Tread Medallion an3 our shop code mark, lo be free from defects *-ip and materials. If exam- or any Firestone dealer or --..»<» • defect in the tread or cord it wdl b* repaired or, an adjustment on the cost of another New Tread, prorated on tread wear and based on the bat price current at the time; of adjustment. TubeltM Black. flw» lax and rKappabU tin • Same tread design • Same tread depth • Same tread width. ... as the Firestone tires on new 1960 cars.. CHAMPION • Full-sized for full value! 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