Wedding Set Mr and Mrs Pete Kirsch, St. Joe, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Joyce, shown here, to Richard Dornbier, son of Mrs Cecelia Dornbier of Algona. The wedding date has been ,set for August 3 here in St. Joseph's Catholic church. The bride-elect is a graduate of St. Joseph's high school, St. Joe. Mr Dornbier is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy, Algona. (UDM Engraving) Carroll Reunion There was a Carroll family reunion at Call Stale Park July 24. Among those attending were Mrs Mary Carroll. Her children that were present were Mrs Lillian Fisher, Stacyville, Mrs Mildred Trunnelle, Wesley, 'Mr Rosie Hardropf, Dennis Carroll, LuVerne, Mrs Elizabeth St. John, Mrs Mary Rosenmeyer, Lucille Carroll, Algona, also their children and grandchildren which would total around 100. An Jnteresting highlight was that 5 generations were present. Attend Wedding i Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson attended the wedding Saturday at St. Clair, Minn, of Marlene Fay Baer,* daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Baer, to Vernon MacHill. The ceremony took place in St. John Lutheran church. The groom is a second cousin of Mrs Hudson. Double Birthday Mrs- Willnrd Zeigler gave a party Thursday afternoon in celebration of the birthdays of her daughter, Karen, 6, and son, Jeff, 5. In attendance were Kathy Devine, Leanne Schenck, Jane Erpelding, Deborah Walterman, Joey Sindelar, Tommy Kolp, Chuck Devine, and Gordon and Douglas Schenk. Games were played and refreshments served. Family Parly A family party was held Friday evening at Mr and Mrs Raymond Reid's for Mrs Nellie Galbraith, Janice, of Deming, New Mex., and Mr and Mrs Mike Skinder, Donald and Mike, of El Paso, Tex. In attendance were William Knoll, Robert Donovan, Mrs Ida Reid, Alden Reid and Mr and Mrs William Knoll, Jr., Mr ancl Mrs James Knoll, and llic respective families, of Lone Rock. Sororitv Coffee A Beta Sigma Phi coffee was held July 12 at Jean Bilyeu's. She was assisted by Esther Wagner and Wilma Pickett. In attendance were Jan Anderson, Marian Balluff, Irene Elbert, Gwen Egel, Gloria Erpelding, Lois Furst, Jean Haase, Vernice Klesath, Donna Kelley, Sherrie Lloyd, Norma Marshall, Pat Mel- zger, Marie O'Brien, Shirley Schenck, Barbara Schattschneider, Ruth Thutnte, Jan Troutman, Shirley WellendorT, and Dorothy Zeigler. 2 Reunions Held By Families In Swea City Area Swea Cily — Members of the Smith family met Sunday at New Ulm to celebrate the July birthdays of Mrs Floyd Smith, Bill Vance and Bobby Carlson. Those attending were the Ellsworth Carlsons of Litchfield, Howard Smith of Aitkin, Bill Vances ol Fairmont, Leyton Hugosons of East Chain and Mrs Smith. The Goroham family held their oSxtetul Our Congratulati To Robinson Construction Company and to have had the opportunity to do the painting and decorating of their new building. May we serve you, too? MERGEN and WEBSTER _ "Painters and Decorators" nnmtnl reunion Sundny nt Ode- boldt. Those attending from here were the Jim Preston family, Mr Mabel Mino, Maribel Mino, the Leonard Minos, Donald Minos. , The Carl Liens visited Sunday at the Phil Lien home in Fairmont. Mrs Cecil Godfredson entered Holy Family hospital at Eslher- ville Monday for treatment of varicose veins. Mr and Mrs Robert Pritchard, Tom and Nancy, independence, Mo., spent last week at the Dean Swnnson home. Mrs Pritchard is the former Virginia Fulls. Mr and Mrs Otto Pinglo and family were Sunday guests at the Bert Morgan's near El more. ' Mr and Mrs Vincent Englby of Elmore called luesday at the Sylvester Korkler home. Sunday dinner guests at the Mervin Johnson home to celebrate Mrs Johnson's birthday were the Walter Kochs, LaGrange, III.; Mrs Cora Stow. Burt; the Ben Wibbens, Joy arid Kathy, Algona; the Harold Krantz, Roger and Tvlarlou; Eddie Godfredsons, Sandy and Eugene: Mrs Nels Goclfiedson and the Cecil Godfredsons, Eight young people of the Jr. MYF attended Bible camp at Lake Okoboji lask week. Those attending were Carol Eggerth. Molly and Mike Hazclhoff, Candi Elliott, Rodney Smith, Betty Hanson, John Barnes, Shirlie Stnousc. MAY CoiRATULATl BUD The Electrical Installations For The New ROBINSON CONSTRUCTION CO. Were Handled By Ut. Call U» For Your Wiring Needs I ALGONA ELECTRIC I Si loth CY Burt To Host Demonstration Teams OH-H "One demonstration is worth a thousand words" is a time tested proverb. Kossuth 4-H boys will use it as their .guide Monday, July 25 at the Burt Legion Hall when they compete for honors in the county demonstration contest. The program starts at 6:30 and parents and friends of 4-H are invited to attend. Members will snow and tell of new and approved practices they have used to save time, labor and money. George Boehnke, State 4-H Leader, will judge the contest. 4-H clubs with teams entereei in the contest arc: Union Boys — Howard Thilges and Jim Pingel. Union Boys — Ed and Mike Reilly. Seneca Boys — James Bergum and Donald Hanisch. Seneca Boys — Vernon Wilberg and James Jensen. Ramsey Boys — Pat Merron and Vernon Droessler. Portland Boys — 'David Rasmussen and Tom ijampe. Portland Boys — Paul Larsen and Charles Trunichill. Lotts Creek — Dale and David Wegener. Lotts Creek — Virgean Bierstedt and Diane Pompe. Lotts Creek — George Bierstedt and Duane Hannover. Lakota Lads — Mark Smith and Gary Edwards. Grant Hustlers — Keith Waterbury and John Pedersen. Aggressive Lads — Arnold Sachs. Aggressive Lads — Lynn Hertzke and Marvin Rippentrop. Aggressive Lads — Linda Hoeppner. \ Burt Bombeds — Roger Ulses and Joe Kahler. Swea-Harrison and Greenwood Boys entries not selected at time of listing. Ribbons for the members, prize money to the clubs and lunch to all those, attending the contest will be provided by the following friends of 4-H - Bancroft Cooperative Creamery, Ledyard Farmers Creamery, Wesley Cooperative Creamery, Wesi Bend Cooperative Creamery, Algona Dairy, Consolidated Cooperative Creameries, Whittemore; Tri-County Coop Drying Association, Whitte*more; Swea City Cooperative Creamery, Titonka Cooperative Creamery and Kossuth County Dairy Quality Association. Has 8 Grandparents . BURT — Debra Kay, the first baby born to Mr and Mrs Roger Boyken of Burt, delight eight grandparents. Mr and Mrs August Bernau of Burt, maternal grandparents, will have to share Debra with Mr and Mrs John W. Boyken of Woden, paternal grandparents; Mr and Mrs August Bernau, Sr. of Bode and Mrs Chris Knudsen of Blue Earth, maternal great - grandparents; and paternal Californian great - grandmother Mrs Fisher. Two Cases Filed Two account cases were filed in district court here during the week. The Farmers Co-Operative Co., Swea City, plaintiff, seeks a balance of $856.62 claimed due on a promissory note from August Dontje ana Kark Milling Co. sfceks $212.25 it claims due from Dale Waterbury for merchandise. LuVerne Woman Passes; Rites Held Saturday LuVerne — Fimer.il service? frtr Mrs. Kristirie Nielsen. 83 wive hold at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in (he LuVerne Evangelical Unifa'd Brrihren church. Rev. J. Paul Stevens <ifnci;i(ecl. Attendants were Jerry Stillo. Myron Hin/'.. Everett Sen i pull. Lee n,-t.v. Paul Klber), Edwarri Lindebak. I3nri.il look place in the LuVorne Cemetery with the Blake Funeral Home' in charge of arrangements. Kristine Nielsen 'was born June 17, 1877, in Denmark, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nielsen. She grew to womanhood in her native country and was united in marriage to Aksel Nielsnn, Dec. 28, 1900 in Denmark. They came to the United States in JS03 and lived for some time at Hardy, Neb., and Eslcvnn, Sask., Canada. They came to make their home on a farm near LuVerne in 102.1 where they have since resided. Mr. Nielsen dien Sept. 20, 1956. Mrs. Nielsen continued to live- on the home farm and was cared, for by her children After an illness of two v/eer.s, she died Wednesday afternoon, July 20. in the lieimond hospital following surgery. Mrs. Nielsen was a member of the LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren church and active member of (he Missionary Guild. To this union were born five sons and three daughters. Andrew Nielsen, Ventura; Clarence and Harold Nielsen. LuVerne 1 ' Albert Nielsen. Bntl; Mrs. Walter (Margaret) Engel. Mrs. Edwin (Marie-) Jackson. LuVerne. A son Hans and a daughter Lillian preceded her i n death. Thirteen grandchildren and ' 19 great grandchildren, four sisters Mrs Mail in Larson of Webster City Mrs. KM Bager of LuVerne ami two sisters living in Denmark one brother Chris Christofferson of Pine Bluff, Wyoming, also survive. A person with charm is one who can make another feel that both of them are pretty wonderful people. Some wprkers have lots of "get-up-and-go" when it's time to get up and go home. Yes, sir, they're the ones wJjo get "fired with enthusiasm." A Sincere Thanks— to all my customers for their purchases of PIONEER seed corn We appreciate the trust you put in PIONEER hybrids, and will try to merit your future business by continuing to develop even better hybrids. TED HOOVER, Sr. Phone CYpress 4-4057 2 Algona. Iowa Attend Funeral Lone Rock — Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Jensen went to Marshall, Minn. Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Roy Elvidge, the wife of a cousin to Mrs. Jensen. Burt Family Is Uninjured In M. City Crash Burt — Mr. and Mrs. Roy Westling, Donny and Vickie- spent the past weekend visiting relatives at Monona and McGregor. J ^^__ - _ On their way home Sunday evening they were involved in an auto accident near the drive-in Tuesday, July 26, 1960 Algeria (In.) Upper Dei Molfttt-4 theatre, Mason City, a car pulled out of a driveway onto the highway, hitting the Westling ear broadside. Luckily, no one was injured, but damage to the car was estimated at $350. LuVerne Lady's Safely Out Of African Congo LuVerne — Mrs Earl Neal'.= sister. Georgia P.ateman, has arrived in New York from Congo. She left, that country clue to the troubles there. Georgia Bateman, (57, and h<?l* sister, Martha Bateman, 71, missionary nurse and missionary educator, respectively, have ser« ved in the Congo since 1919 nnd 1923. Martha retired two year.4 ago and came to make her homo in Champaign, III. Army Discharge Lone Rock — Mr. and Mra. LnVerne Sroith arrived Sunday in the Lfuvrerw-e Newbrough home. La Verne was discharged from the armed services at Tacoma, Wash. July 22. When a congregation sleeps it's the pai son who needs waking up. To Robinson Construction Co. Beautiful Floors Can Do Wonders For A Building". We are happy to have been a part in building this beautiful new building for Bud Robinson. Congratulations Bud ! ALGONA FLOOR SERVICE NO INSTALLATION COSTS! NEW 1960 CUSTOM ROLL ABOUT DISHWASHER $18995 Washes and Dries Service For 10! • Roll it anywhere. Just snap hose to faucet-plug in cord-set it and forget it. NEW I960 WESTINGHOUSE 30" BIG OVEN ELECTRIC RANGE $23995 Big In Sizel Big In Features! Big In Value! The People's Choice Because... YOU GET MORE WASHING POWER PLUS SUDS 'N' WATER SAVER . . . AUTOMATIC EJECTOR WESTINGHOUSE 4-CYCLE LAUNDROMAT AUTOMATIC WASHER Easiest To Cook On! Easiest To Clean! Big 101 Ib. Separate Food Freezer! Deluxe Features! Westinghouse 13 Cu. Ft. 2-Door REFRIGERATOR $29995 Stores More-More Conveniently • Full Width Vegetable Crisper I Full-Width, Full-Depth Shelves • Big Family-sued Refrigerator Exclusive Westinghouse washing action lifts and dips, tumbles and plunges your clothes again and again. Two deep rinses follow- And you simply turn a single dial for just right washing of all fabrics. MATCHING WESTINGHOUSE 4-TEMPERATURE DRYER Air Flow system dries and $18995 air fluffs clothes faster cooler, more economically. $17995 «2.95 VALUE' New Type Ejector ICE CUBE TRAYS Beecher Lane Appliance CY 4-3613 • "TUB uiiin ECT TO AHBD m VSMAJU« "THE WILD EST TRADER IN TOWN'
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