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(la.) Upper D»» Moln«» Tuesday, July 5, I960 Loretta Mali James Spies Speak Vows Here July 2 The young couple left for n two rweek dip lo Colorado and upon returning will reside on Pillsbury Point at Okoboji until fall when both will enter Iowa State University, Ames. (Nel Isaccson photo-UDMEngrav- ing) In a nuptial Mass at 10:30 A M July 2 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona, Loretta Janan Hall was united in marriage to James Spies, Graettinger. Msgr. f. P. Gearen performed the ceremony. Soloists were Mary Jean Hood and Robert Reeves. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter A. Hall, Algona. Mr Spies' parents are Mr and Mrs Adolph A. Spies, Graettinger. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of sheer white nylon organza with a foundation of nylon net and taffeta-, The bodice was fashioned with modified torso, back button, deep point front and back of waist scoop neckline and short sleeves edged with tiny seed pearls. Her flowers were a cascade with white orchads surrounded by sweet heart roses. Attending the bride as maid of lionor was her sister, Jeanne. Bridesmaids were Maryann Spies, Pat Cowan, and Margene Mertz. Flower girls were Judy Hall, sis- ter of the bride, and Margaret Hart. Stephen Walters was ring bearer. Lee Jaspersen was best man Groomsmen were Bill Reed Del-' bert Jensen, and Don Tripp Ushers were Charles Sarazine, Jack Walters, Jim Cowan, Jim McMahon, and John Craven. Acolytes were Bill Hall and John Elb'ert. Following the ceremony, a reception-was held at the Algona Hotel for 400 guests with Mes- clames Harold Cowan, Eugene Hood, Oliver Johnson, and Gerald Ferris as hostesses. Mes'dames E C. McMahon. V. C. Smith, F. C Peterson, and Henry Tyler poured Cutting the cake were Mrs Claude Slagle, Miss Delia Welter, and Miss Edith Welter. Guests were registered by Mary Zehnder, Terril. The bride is a 1960 graduate of Garrigan high school. Mr Spies, a graduate of Graettinger high school, has just completed his sophomore year at Morningside College, Sioux City. LOCALS Mr and Mrs Walter Bradley w< re in Chicago last week rfnd visited the hitter's sister, Sister Mary Alda and brother, Alvin Thilges. 'Mrs John Briggs had as recenl callers Mrs Anna Penney,'Davenport, Mrs Walter Steward, Burt. and Mrs Walter Gremenz, Sylvas, 111, Mr and Mrs Alex Dermand were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs John SalyeT Iowa City. They recently moved from San Francisco. Mr and Mrs R. A. Behnke were visited over the July Fourth weekend by Rev. and Mrs Harold Rosehke. Waverly, and Ruth Behnke. Philadelphia. Pa. Mrs Emma Crouch and George Crouch were visited a few clays by Mr and Mrs Floyd Wilcox. Corona. Calif. They also called on Mr and Mrs Howard Seely and other friends. Mrs Augusta Beitz accompanied her grandson and his wife Mr and Mrs Martin Smith to Dyke. Minn., Friday and remained till July Fourth with Mr and Mrs Joe Beitz. Mrs Kalherine McMurray has been visited by her cousin Mrs John Burgc and friend Mrs Ruth Robinson. Cedar Rapids. Mrs McMurray took them home and remained for a few days visit. Mrs Grace Ramus returned Wednesday from Altoona where she had spent a month with Mr and Mrs Ed Moore. They brought her home via Des Moines and from here went to Lost Island for a few days of fishing. Mr and Mrs Howard Beardsley are being visited by Mr and Mrs Walter Bcardsley and family. Midland. Tex., and daughter Margaret of Cheverly. Md. The son Tom and family recently moved to El Cajon, Calif., from Cedar Rapids. Mr and Mrs Richard Groen and family spent Saturday and Sunday at Toledo with Mr and Mrs Louis Neuhring. Mr Neuh- ring is a former Ambrose Call State Park, custodian. Mr Groen also atended a shooting match at Mwshalltown. Mrs M. L. Bilyeu has had as recent guests her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Fred Miller, of Union City,, Mich., her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Merle Bilyeu and family, Eau Claire, Wis., and Mr and Mrs Lester Simmons, Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs Marlin Meehlhause and family spent July Fourth at Lost Island. Ruthven, with Mr and Mrs Ed Jacobs, Hartley. The Meehlhausc's daug hter Connie came here for a visit. Mrs Marlin Meehlhause and son Randall, 2, will be going to the university hospital, Iowa City, this week where the child will have a check-up. Mrs Dena Boekelman and daughter Henrietta were accompanied by the former's sister Mrs W. H. Winter of Blue Earth, Minn., to Belle Plaine, Minn., one day last week to visit a cousin Mrs Carl Fritz who is in a rest home there. Mrs Boekelman was visited later in the week by Mr and Mrs Epko Winter, Buffalo Center. Garrigan Site Of Sectional, District Meets Pairings for high school sectional baseball tournaments wore released during the week, with all area teams slated to play either on the Garrigan diamond Algona. or at Corwith. Algona high school'and Garrigan will meet in a game that holds much interest for local fans at 8 p.m. Wednesday. July 13 It will mark the first meeting of the two schools on the baseball diamond. Play will begin at both sites July 11 Here's the slate at Garrigan: Titonka vs. Swen City, July 11, 6 p.m. Ringsted vs Sentral, July 11. 8 p.m. Hurt vs St. John's, Bancroft July 13. G p.m. Algona vs Garrigan, July 13, 8 p.m. Semi-finals, 6 and 8 p.m., July 15. Finals, 8 p.m., July 18. At Corwith West Bend vs Boone Valley July 11, 2 p.m. Klemme vs Humbolclt, July 11. 4 p.m. Gilmore City - Bradgate vs Eagle Grove, July 13, 2 p.m. Corwith - Wesley vs Twin Rivers, July 13, 4 p.m. Semi-finals, July 15, 2 and 4 p.m. Finals, July 18, 4 p.m. Winners of sectional titles at Ruthven, Joice, Corwith and Garrigan will be paired in the district meet on the Garrigan diamond July 20, 22, according to Garrigan Athletic Director Jim Geelan The Ruthven and Joice champs will meet at 6:30 p.m. and the Corwith and Garrigan winners will tangle at 8 p.m. July 20. Finals will be held July 22 at 7:30 p.m. Leg get 41 ^L *. • » 1 «t *• «w* ecoaomicql troys to ,FI¥E TEAR FINANCING 2ZA75C HMMMf poft-rxHJo. tf *b k the MO DOWN PAYMENT to your problem, ve wifl be glad to figure the cost* and we (arrange ofl ofjto detail for a freo~esf/mafa £ S'Jr Id *• KELLEY LUMBER CO. ** < ,j i #!*( V * .. _ A-t \ * *Oftif •UMMABft I* AUH^IMM'' '.&? ww* •PW™'*?WPW HP WwllfllUBI A^^^Uf ictTON - OTTOSEN"^ ALOONA CCC Storage Loan Money Available The Commodity Credit Corporation storage facility loan is available again this year for farmers who need additional storage capacity on their farms according to Richard I. Anderson chairman of the county ASC committee. The 4 percent loans are available to provide new farm storage facilities for most storable crops. County ASC committees are authorized to approve application, for loans up to 80 percent of a maximum cost of 64 cents pei bushel for the storage structure The loans are payable in four annual installments beginning one year after the loan is made. Applications may be filed at the county ASC office. Since the inauguration of the storage facility loan in 1949 more than 126,000 loans had been made to farmers as of April 30, 1960. The_ loans helped finance storage structures with an aggregate capacity of about 498.5 million bushels. Bancroft Junior ion In 6-4 Win Sunday Bancroft's junior American Legion team annexed a close baseball contest from Mason City's junior Legion nine, Sunday, 6 to 4 ; £ Dick Mertz and Dick Donahue did a good, job hurling'for'the victors who collected eight hits for six runs in the seven inning contest. Mason City bagged only four hits. Mason City tallied one run in the top of the first, but Mason City bounced back for two in the same frame. Howard Medin led off with a hit, followed by a walk and two Mason City errors. After that Bancroft led all the way. Bancroft stretched its lead in the third with two more runs, and added another in the fifth. An insurance run was scored iij the sixth. Bancroft box score: Bancroft (6) AB R H Medin, ss 2 1 1 Donahue, 2b, p __ 2 1 0 Menke, Ib 1 422 Hatten, rf 3 1.1 Glasnapp, cf 412 Baedke, c J 0 1 Johnson, If 300 Smith, 3b 3 0 1 Mertz, p 2 0 0 KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS Rahe, 2b • l 0 0 TOTALS ... 26 6 8 Si'ore by innings: R H. E Mason City ..100 201 0—4 6 3 Bancroft 202 Oil x—6 8 3 E—Olander, Rushey 2. Baecke Smith. Mertz 2B—Smith. 3B— Glasnapp. SB—Mcnke. S—Olander, Goldstein, Baedke, Donahue SF—Smith. Olander. Left- Mason City f), Bancroft 10. Little League, Girls Softball Loop In Stretch The Pirates, Indians, Chiefs and Soos remain the teams to beat in Algona's three little leagues. The latter three are unbeaten as teams enter the final two weeks o^play. The week's'results: National League Pirates 7. Giants 3 Giants 2. Braves 1 (7 inn.) American League Red Sox 8. Tigers C Yanks 4. White Sox 1 Orioles 2, White Sox 1 International League Soos 11, Millers 1 Millers 15, Saints 1 Saints 7, Bees 0 Standings: National W L Pirates , G 1 Giants 3 4 Braves 3 5 Cards • 2 4 American W L Indians 4 o Orioles L 4 2 Red Sox 4 2 Yanks 3 2 White Sox 1 4 Tigers 0 6 International W L Chiefs 5 0 Soos 5 0 Royals 3 2 Millers 3 3 Bears 1 4 Saints 1 4 Bees 0 5 In the girls Softball play, here are the week's results: Canaries 12, Cardinals 8; Canaries 10, Orioles 3; Doves 13, Wrens 7; Orioles 11, Bluejays 3; Robins 18. Chickadees 17; Wrens 23, Robins 3; and Roses 10, Violets 1. Standings: Junior Girls W L Doves 4 i Orioles 3 l Chickadees 3 2 Canaries 3 2 Bluejays 2 2 Cardinals 1 3 Wrens l 3 Robins 1 4 Senior Girls W L Roses 4 0 Orchids 1 l Violets /I 3 Carnations 0 2 SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and cash register 'rolls at the Uppei Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Recent Whittemore Bride Homemakers Met Plum Creek Homemakers met June 29 at the home of Mrs. Cecil Long with Mrs. Floyd Bode, Mrs. Willis Ethcrington and Mrs. Kyle Keith as assistant hostesses. The meeting was called, to order by Mrs. Win. Poetx, with inspiration by Mrs. Robert Harrison. The lesson was presented by Mrs, Duane Mawdsley Mrs. Wm. Poet/. Mrs, Glen Gabrielson and Mrs Hollis Benschoter. Recreation was presented by Mrs. August Slagle. A fellow wouldn't mind loaning his lawn mower if the .borrower wouldn't take it out of the yard. Elaine Maahs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Edward Maahs. Whittemore, and Dick Leu of Michigan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leu Mulvern, were married June 19 in,St. Paul's Lutheran church at Whitlemore. Rev. Kautsch officiated at the double ring ceremony A reception for 200 guests was hejd following the ceremony in tne church parlors, pwlyweds plan to make their home after Aug 1 at Twas ic. A complete wedding'story appeared in the June 21 issue n " " - (Missal Photc-UDM Engraving) oj; the Upper Des Moines. mem cr tasai - TOW NIWWAH* Bulldogs Victim Of Lake Park No-Hit Pitching Algona high school's improving baseball team ran head-on into the strongest pitching it has faced this season and dropped a no-hit, 3-1 decision to Lake Park at Lake Park Wednesday night, June 29. Ken Egel, Algona lefty, turned in a very creditable three-hitter for the locals, who failed to knock the ball out of the infield all night as Blair of Lake Park had complete control of the game. He gave up six *!-alks and two Algona runners reached base on errors. Algona counted Us lone run in the top of the third on a pair of walks and a passed ball. The winners came up with two in the home half of the third and a single counter in the sixth. Klein scored the Algona run. The Bulldogs will host Emmetsburg here tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at the fairgrounds, then travel to Burt 7 ISU Students From Area Named To Honor List Seven Iowa State University students from this area were named this week to the Dean's List. In order, to be so recognized, a student must have carried at least 15 hours of studies and maintained at least a grade point average of 3.5. Named to the list due to work completed during the spring quarter were Cheryl Vander- Waal, sociology major, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vander- Waal; and Carole Wittkopf, zoology major, daughter of Mr and Mrs. G. A. Witlkopf, Algona; Jeanette Bjustrom, pre-medicine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom; and Shirley Schwietert, dietetics, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Merle Schwietert Burt; John Cotton, farm operation, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton, Lone Rock; 'Catherine Girres, distributed studies, daughter painting of the famous Indian- Cavalry battle looks quite official, except that faces of many local men were used on some of the combatants. Fox used phoUm taken earlier by Honsbruch as models for the face-lifting job as he completed the painting, which was on display for a while at Honsbruch^ drug store here before being officially hung in his home. OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher Mr and.Mrs Paul Schmidt and children of Concord, Cal. came Monday to visit at the home of her sister, Mr and 'Mrs Earl Olson. Mrs Schmidt is the former Adella Jacobson. The Schmidts will visit other relatives and will return to their home July 14, Thursday evening the Olsons and the Schmidts visited Viggo, Hilda and Freeman Nielsen near Rolfe. Mr and Mrs Allan Watnem civil engineering, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Montag, West Bend. Familiar Facet Algonans found two familiar faces on page one of thd Des Moines Register Thursday, June 30. Kenneth Fox, local painter, and Dutch Honsbruch, local pharmacist, were shpwn in a color photo with a painting of Glister's Last Stand, which Honsbruch contracted Fox to complete several months ago. The and Mrs Bruce Watnem and family of Humboldt were Wednesday evening visitors at the Percy Watnem's. Mrs Earl Olson and Mrs Paul Schmidt, Mary Lou and Virginia attended the W.M.F. meeting at the Lutheran church at Bode Thursday afternoon. Mrs Hannah Gunderson of Bode entertained Mr and Mrs Paul Schmidt and children and Mrs Earl Olson at dinner Thursday. 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