ft'.! "i Tuwday, Oct. 11,1960 Algona Girl, Maverick Chat At Dallas Airport Onrner, who, until recently, wns Bret Mnveriefe In the TV scries "Maverick". In the photo above, Garner is showft giving his autograph to 'Jean. / r At the present time, Garner, who hails from Oklahoma, is in the midst of a disagreement with garner Bros., producers of the TV show, clue to a Writers Guild strike. He has been appearing in summer stock. Jean has been with American Airlines for 2'A years. She served as a receptionist for two years and for the past three months has held her new post. Among the hundreds of passengers she has greeted during that time, besides Garner, have been George Gopel and' many other luminaries of stage and screen and nationally- known figures. Following her graduation from high school here, Jean was employed for some' time at the S & L store. According to her parents, she likes her new job just fine. man and ushers were Palmer and Marvin Eckedahl. A reception was held immediately after the ceremony for 100 guests with Evelyn . Evans presiding at the guest book. "The four-tierrcd white wedding cake was looped with a bride and groom and surrounded by pink roses. Mrs Gerald Hellickson and Mrs Rov Taylor helped with the gifts For her goin(?-awav dress the bride wore a blac*' sheath dress w'lh whifo accessories, and a wh''o orchid corsape. After a trin to Balboa, thev "•ill make their homo at Lonp Poach where the bride is em- nlnvod as a rrnHical nurse at the Former Otfosen Girl Is Wed On West Coast Jean Capesius, Algcna high school graduate and daughter of Mr and Mrs Bernard Capesius who farm east of Algona, has the type of position that would turn many women green with envy — she serves as passenger service representative for American Airlines at Dallas, Texas. It's her job to meet the airliners that land, assist passengers with children and serve as an all-around goodwill ambassador for American. A few days ago Miss Capesius greeted a Los Angeles to Dallas jet and was thrilled when she got a chance to chat with James Ollosen — Nancy Ilellickson, Long Beach, Cal., daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson of Oltosen, and Theodore Perry, son of Mr and Mrs R. B. Faucett •hapel in the Wildwood at Mid- wcre nuirricd Sept. 25, at Peck's way City, Calif. The Rev. A. Schroeder, pastor of the Trinity Lutheran church, Long Beach, officiated at the double ring candlelight ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white satin brocade dress featuring a sabrina neckline, with a fitted bodice th?t buttoned down the back. A satin flower trimmed the dress at the front waistline. The long tppered sleeves came to noints at. the wrists. The full gathered skirt was chapel length. Her tiara of seed pearls and rhinestoncs held the fingertip veil of silk illusion. She carried a bouquet of a white orchid, white tea roses, lilies of the valley. Mrs Joe Ludwig was matron of honor, Cindy Ludwig was flower girl, Joe Ludwig was best Mrs of Ot- 10-u fr.,- which she tooV in T-Tnwaii. Lawrence (Butch) Telford is a surgical patient at Mercy hospl» tal in Fort Dodge. had as guests Sunday the form- Rev, and Mrs Harold Mountain and Mrs Alice Mountain of Calif, and Gloria Tofteberg were Wednesday evening supper guests at the Donald Usher home. The supper was in honor of Sara Usher who celebrated her fourteenth birthday. The Ladies Rural Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Essie Cortpff. TV second of the birthday auctions was held. The members with birthdays in May, June, July and August furnished the products. There were fresh raspberries, squash, foils and buns and an apron. Mrs Lester Wehrspann was the auctioneer. Mrs Joe Leitl became an associate member and Mrs'Eusene Hofius, an activ* member. Mrs Hofius had been an associate number for a few years. Mr and Mrs Earl Long were Monday evening supper guests at the Arnold Bratlands in Humboldt. Mrs Donald Usher visited Mrs Ida Dale* at Bode Wednesday evening. BURT By Mr« Al HincMty three children Denver, Colorado returned to their home after visiting for a week with Mrs Colletts 1 father, Ray McWhorter and her sister and family, the Frank Beckers. On Sunday evening. Dr and Mrs Cpllett showed pictures of their trip to Europe and the Holy Land, to over 100 guests at the Legion Hall. Mrs Alice Anderson formerly of Bancroft arrived at the home of Mrs Helen Johnson where she will now make her home. Mrs "Walter Lockwood went to Akron, Iowa on Friday where she will spend a few days with her daughter and family. The Arnold Clarks. While there she will help celebrate the birthday anniversary of Mrs Clark. Mrs Summer Parsons and Mrs Roy Clark attend last rites for Raymond Bartlctt at Titonka on Wednesday. S/Sgt. and Mrs Gordon Wegener and family of Belton, Missouri visited Sunday with her sister and family, the Jerry Wei- ONE A NEW INS: - THE • MOTORIWG-WORIJ1) The Sixty-Two Sedan See this distinguished motorcar in the showroom of your new Cadillac dealer SCHULTZ BROS. SOUTH PHILLIPS • ALGONA, IOWA For 1961, Cadillac has created a motor car which represents a totally new concept in fine car design. Its graceful silhouette and the crisp sculptured lines of the body confer a distinction entirely new to mdtoring. Head room and entrance room have been increased, and vision is virtually unlimited, Engineering advances, too, help make this newest Cadillac the finest in history, Its engine is even quieter and smoother, its completely new front suspension system all but eliminates road noises, its chassis requires no lubrication, and maneuverability and handling ease have been greatly increased. Breathtaking to behold, the 1961 Cadillac is even more rewarding to drive. You are invited to visit.the showroom of your new authorized Cadillac dealer at the first opportunity and arrange for an hour at the wheel of the 1961 Standard of the World, You'll find it a memorable motoring experience, • ners. Thf 1 Wcgeners will leave on Oct. 16 ' Tor Ancnorage, Alaska where he will be stationed for two and half years. Mrs Ray Westling and Mrs Charles Lappe accompanied Mrs Louise Sachau of Titonka to Mason City on Sunday where they attended an all day Beauty Show. Frank Tellier attended a State Meeting of the iuwa Conservation Officers held on Wednesday at Marshalltown. Mr and Mrs Merwyn Cunningham and Joe attended funeral services on Wednesday for 18 year old Craig Zimmerman, son of the Martin Zimmcrrnnns former Burt residents. Mrs Art Davis, L,*urens spent the past week visiting at the home of her son and family, The Fred Davis. Mrs Elsie Lockwnod spent Friday of last week with her brother Herbert Hoffman, Eagle Grove and with her sister-in- law Pearl Loc«:wood, Hardy helping them observe their birthday anniversaries. Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller attended the funeral services for Raymond Bartlctt held at the Titonka Methodist church on Wednesday. Out-of-town guests at the A1 Henckley home this past weekend were Larry rfcncklcy, Aberdeen, So. Dak., James Henckley. Corsica So. Dak., Carilyn Henckley, Souix City, T/Ir and Mrs William Brandt qnd Dorothy, Mr and Mrs Henry Rnucke nnd Donald all of Wells, ; Minn. Mr and Mrs Raymond Aldrich, Mrs Nellie Henckley, Nancy and Michael Beyer, and Diana Aldrich all of Rowan Iowa. IOOTH Johann Muller, of near Aplin- Rton, recently eolohrntod Kls 100th birthday. Mf Muller wnft married in Germany in 1885 and came to America in 1902. They had 10 sons. 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