(la.) U PP » r Dis Molntt Tuesday, Sept. 13, I960 „ IV' Wed At Whittemore The wedding of Marlene Walker, Whiltemore, and Roger Dreyer, Fenlon, was solemnized Sept. 3 at 7 p.m. in St. Paul's Lutheran church at Whittemore. The bride is a daughter' of Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker, Whittemore. and the bridegroom a son of Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer of Fenton. Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiated at the double ring ceremony, which was followed by a reception at the Plantation Ballroom, Whi'llemore. A complete wedding story appeared in the Upper DCS Moines Sept. 13. (Nels Isaacson Photo-UDM Engraving). Lickteig-Elbert Nuptials Joan Kathryn Lickteig, daughter of Mr and Mis Ambrose Lickteig, Algona, and Paul J. Elbert, son of Mr and Mrs August Elbert, LuVerne, were united in marriage at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept.; 3, in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the double ring ceremony. Organist was Kathleen Griffin, the choir sang the nuptial high mass, with Fr. Armand Elbert as deacon, Fr. Peter Sturm, sub-deacon, and Fr. Robert Thiele, master of ceremonies. Acolytes were Bill ' Higgin:?, James Zaugg and Phil Kinsey. The bride was attired in a full- length white gown of silk organza, which had a full skirt with flowing side panels, a Sabrina neckline and long sleeves trimmed in lace. Her finger-tip veil fell from a jeweled crown, her accessories included pearl earrings and she carried pink roses. The couple's attendants included Mary Jane Lickteig, maid of honor, Marie McMahon, bridesmaid, Edward Elbert, best mnn and John Elbert, groomsman. Ushers were Charles Elbert and Donald Liciuelg. A reception and dinner were held at the K. C. Plall following the wedding. Mrs James Esser registered the guests Mary McMahon and Mrs John, McMahon cut the cake, Mrs Charles Elbert, Mrs Ed Elbert and Mrs John Elbert were in charge of gifts and table waitresses were Rita Bonnstetter, Marjory Winkel, LaVonne Smith, Barbara Kell- jier, Delores Hammer and Dorothy Woodcock. Following a." short wedding trip, Jhe newlyvreds will reside- in Algona. (Nels Isaacson Photo- UDM Engraving). other items. Sunday Fire Algeria's firemen were called to the Ray Jqhnson residence pn Main street Sunday afternoon. A rag, apparently soaked with $n in|l»romJ»Wfe material, ignited py Bpontai^ui combustion and tpyched filf a tire and other items nearby. A passjojg motor- &rt» Don JjCkjewslU, discovered the bta?e, There wps some smoke i®& slight damage to New Car-Truck Sales Dip In Past Two Weeks A total of 34 new cars and trucks were sold to county residents by area* dealers during the past two weeks. Here are the new owners: Chevrolet — Consolidated Co- Op ..Creameries, Whittemore; Kossuth Motor, Algona; Ben Hansen, Whittemore; R. M. Hes- vick, Swea City; Phyllis Simons, Algona; James Camp, truck, Algona; Helen Nielson, Lu Verne; Marvin Vaske, Bancroft; V. J. Meyer, Bancroft; Arthur Schroeder, Algona; A. W. Kennedy, Bancroft; Arthur Wiese, Algona. International — PI. R. Krause, Lu Verne; Farmers Co-Op. Led- yarcl. Ford — Nelson Plbg. & Heating, pickup, Swea City; II M. Thompson, Bancroft; R. H. Sonnenberg, Titonka; E. F. Mino, Algona; W. W. Goraczkowski, pickup, Swea City; Walter Vaudt, Whittemore; J G. Groff, Lakota; Mor-Gro, Inc. Algona;, A. W. Larson, Swea City, Eldora Mitchell, Fenton. Comet — Willis Welzel, Algona. Pontiac — R. R. Diekoff, Al- 'gona; Ken's Auto Serv., Algona; Ernest Williams, Algona. Rambler — Roger Holmseth, Burt. Studebakcr — Elizabeth Bleich, Wesley; Rev. L. C. Schumacher. Bode. Dodge — W. F. Kraft, Algona; M. F. Schlei, Fenton. Olds ~ J. W. Simpson, Whittemore. The Printing Industry is composed primarily of small business firms and it takes 900 of the nations largest printing plants to account for more than fifty per cent of the industry sales volume.' 5 Land Bank Officers To Omaha Meeting Five representatives of the Federal I,and Hank Association ot Al'iona \vi!l attend a conference I'm' tliiociois ano manage! s at Omaha Neb. Sept. Ifi-lli. aceord- The conference will dra\v more ftian 1.200 people from Iowa. Nebraska. South Dakota and Wyoming. Die four stales served by the Federal Land Hank of Omaha. This year's district conference, the first since ]!ir>;!. replaces regional meeting-: usually held each fall in the four-state Omaha district. Those attending from this area include Ilii'di Hiaek. Ali'ona. president of the Ah;ona association: Leandor Menke. Swea City: Dou.nlas \Viklin. Ak'ona; Law- fence Dittmer. Lone l?orl<; and Hutchins. Mrs Black. Mrs Menke. Mrs Wilclin and Mrs Hutchins will accompany their husbands to Omaha and participate in a special program foi- ladies during the business sessions. The Aluona FLRA makes long- term farm real estate loans to farmers in Kossuth County. Noah Webtser bewail writing thr- dictionary in 1807 and finished in 1828. Wesley Soldier Now Receiving Tank Training tin Wesley -- behind D. Pi-arson, son of Mr and Mrs Klnf Pearson, wlio enlisted in the Army in .Juiy. is now at Fort Hood. Texa-, in tank and heavy equipment training. lUOM Kimraviiu'j Ordain Harris Sonnenberg At Titonka Church Harris Sonnenbcrjj. Titonka, was ordained a \2 p.m. Sunday at t h e Immunuel Lutheran Church. Mr Sonnenbei'S is a TO52 graduate- of the Titonka High School. ntteiuk'd Wnrlbiirg Collogo, Wa-' -. eilv four years and Wartburt; Scirinaiy, DubiK|U(.- two years. hi l!':>8 he took a year's intern• hip at Los.AnRi'les Messiah'Lu- I'iii.m Church, and then return• •(I to VVarlburg Seminary at I)u- Iniruio to finish the year. He was [<• Portland, Ore., recently \vhc-rc !;. attended a Pastoral clinic for vuee months. Sunday afternoon th«f Rev. H. A. Piers and Rev. Dr. William i >. Stieng, professor of Christian i'.d'.ic.ilion nl Warlburfi Seminary ,v. Pubuque officiated at the i•: dinat ion. The Rev. and Mrs Sonnenberg have accepted a call to Jamestown, N. D., and will hi.; insiall- • il tin-re Jhe following Sunday at St. Johns Lutheran Church. IF ITS NEWS — WE WANT 17 Motorist Gives Aid To Stricken Ringsted Man Ringsted — A rural Rings- led man, Martin Berkland, who suffered a slight heart attack while out for a drive Sunday evening is reported in good condition today, thanks to quick action on the part of a passing motorist, Arnold Lund of Ringsted. He noticed a car pulled off the side of the road. Mr Lund stopped and was informed by Mrs Berkland that her husband suffered a heart spell. L'und rushed to Armstrong and notified Harry' Hansen, town mars- hall, and they took a resus- citalor to his aid. Dr. Roy Turner of Armstrong was also summoned and gave medical aid lo Mr Berkland along Highway 9, approximately one mile east of Armstrong. Mr. Berkland was hospitalized until Tuesday morning at Estherville. START SOIL —3 _. Issuance of drafts for 1060 annual payments on soil bank Conservation Reserve contracts in Kossuth county will .begin Oct. 3 or soon thereafter, it was announced this week by Richard I. Anderson, chairman of the county ASC committee. October lias been fixed fis earliest time for making the nual p a y m e n t s because growing season is then well vaneed and the county ASC fice .can make the necessary (.•heck to determine that nil provisions of the contracts for taking cropland out of production have been compiler* with. Application for payment— Forms CSS 820 will be mailed lo all contract holders. 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