The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1960 · Page 25
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 18, 1960
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(la.) Upjs«r Dei Molnsi Tuesday, 6tt. \&, 1960 Maxine Sweet Wed Here . Sylvia'Maxine Swept became • the bride of Wallace J. Hill in a ceremony Sunday afternoon, Oct. 9 at Trinity Lutheran'church here.. The bride has made her home with Mr. and.Mrs Delbert Hall* here for several years and the bridegroom is a , son of, ;Mr and Mrs Jess Hill of Algeria. ; ; • '- Rev. G, JV C. ;Gerike' officiated at the dodbieitBXi'ony bc- fore an altar decorated with candelabra and baskets of bronze and white gladiolias. Wilbur Ruhnke was organist and Mrs Howard Wohlers The bride, given in marriage by Mr Hall, wore a candlelight organza gown featuring a portrait neckline. The bouffant skirt, trimmed in Chantilly lace fell into a chapel sweep. A jewel- led crown held the fingertip veil of silk illusion and she carried a cascade Of white roses. Arnetta Sweet attended her sister as' maid of -honor and 'Mrs Lyle Anderson was bridesmaid. Leslie Hill served his .brother as best man.'Dclniarf Kern was groomsman and Ushers were David Sweet and Chan Ward, Clear Lake. ., A reception for 300, guests was held in the church' parlors. Mrs Dwaine Lighter, was hostess. Mrs Russell Pickett and Jane Lieb cut and served ,the five'tiered wedding cake and Mrs Don Nelson and , Ruby Murtha. poured. Mrs David Sweet presided at the punch bowl. Mrs Delmar .Kern and Mrs Don Wolp .were waitresses and Mrs Charles Blbert and Mrs Phillip Doocy assisted with the gifts."Mrs'Howard Stillman registered the guests. After a wedding trip through the Ozarks, Mr and Mrs Hill are at home at 820% E. Pine Street in Algona. (Glenn's Studio Photo UDM Engraving) LOCALS Mr and Mrs M. C. Meicalf have returned from a business trip to Chicago. Mrs Dean Parroit is at Mystic, called there by the sickness of her mother, Mrs Gilbert Porter. Mr and Mrs Basil Beal, D.ubu- cfue, spent the past week as guests of Mrs Clem Cavanaugh. Mr and Mrs Julius Peterson went-to Royal Sunday to spend the'day with Mr and Mrs Harold Anderson. Mr and Mrs Carl Morck St., and their grandson Jimmie Greer, Minneapolis, spent the weekend at Alexandria, Minn., and did some fishing. Mr and Mrs.B. J. Bradford, Bob, Jim and Kay returned' Saturday from Lubbock, Tex., where they had visited a week with relatives of Mr Bradford. Mr and Mrs Russell Pickett had as weekend guests their daughter Judy and friend Ann Reilley, Grand Island, Neb., who are attending the St. Frances school of nursing. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Sterling Logue and Mickey, also of Grand Island, and Mr and Mrs W( D. Hemmingson, Des Moines. Mr and Mrs B.. D, Mohlust were Visited last Sunday by. Dr., and Mrs William M6hlux» .Ames, Mr and Mrs fl.Hri Milled spent a day last Week'*:*'- ESthervllle with the' letter's; nmhtfy,MrS,>L. a. Thompson. V.^.v^; .'.£-. Mr and Mw/ftdttf Mdfefe 'ifa last Weekend ,af D68:*Moirie¥'Wlth Mr and Mrs Lloyd Dornfeld," Mrs J. W. Pentecost has been visited 'by her brother • Henry Butts, Clear Lake 'Who also visit ed Mr arid Mrs Frank Butts.', Mrs Louise Peter accompanied Mr and Mrs, Ed Luedtke, Lone Rock, to Thqi 1 Sunday where ,they were dinner guests of Mr 1 and Mrs Joe Olson. Mrs Ruth McVay and'Walter McBride went to Webster' City Saturday to attend an elementary science meeting. Both are instructors in the schools here; . Mr and Mrs Irving Miller took the parents Mr and Mrs Max MiU ler to Spencer Saturday and had dinner there. It was! a birthday observance for the senior Mr Miller. •- .; • : Mr and Mrs Charles; Patterson were recently visited by Lou Perry of; Walla ' Walla, Wash., who was 'on a t business trip in this area. His wife is the former Genevieve Patterson. Mrs Ewold K'och and sons, Donald and tommy, .Madison, spent a few days' at the Robert Carneys. She came to .attend; the funeral of her aunt, Mrs Harvey Nichtern, at Wallingford. Mr and Mrs George Wolf are going to Mason City Wednesday to attend the play "Garter Gait- ies" to be presented by .the Junior Women's Club. Their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Cliff Randall, have parts in the play. ' Mr and Mrs R. O. Richler and son, Arthur, and two grandsons, Chris and Todd, Hermosa Beach, Cal., arrived at the Robert Richter home Saturday, Oct. 8. Mrs Robert Richter and-her mother, Mrs Jessie Boeckholt, Buffalo Center, attended the wedding of their niece and cousin, Jan'e Govern, at Blue Earth, Minn. Oct. 8. Mr,and Mrs Richard Thoreson and children Becky and David have come from Santa Ana, Calif., where Mr Thoreson has been in service with the marines. He is now a reserve. They will be here till Mr Thoreson makes a decision as to future business associations. Mrs Thoreson is the former Judy Murtagh. - Mr and Mrs Dafald Spent Sunday at Grundy Center with relatives of Mrs Ludwig., . Mr and Mft WillWm Ltidffc had Mr and 'Mrs .Larry Mattus, Burt, as dinner guests Sunday. 'Among the students who were here for homecoming Friday was Joan Mu'ckey, of Mankfeto, Mlnni Mr and Mrs Harold Mosher were visited last week by Mr and Mrs Dale Jo'rgenson, , Pam and Randy, St. JameS, Minn.' Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell had as dinner and supper guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Ted, Weinman, and Mrs Nina Weinman, Fairmont, Minn. _ '• Mr and, Mrs Hal Long spent Sunday at LuVerne, Minn., witlv the letter's mother Mrs.'Louise Forrest *and Mr. and Mrs, R. ,W. Forrest, i•, , ,' •" Mrs Bessie Walker .Has been visited by Mr and Mrs E. C. Locke and daughters Alma, Nellie and Bernice, Reamer, Minn. They also spent some time with Mr and,Mrs R. O. Bjustrom. Mrs Celia Deal left Monday for an overnight visit at Fort Dodge with her.son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs "Pete" Deal and from there went to Clarion for a few days visit with her son-ln-' law Al Cole'nian. and fattiily. Helen Comfort and Bertha Godfrey, Ames, took Mrs Ethel Warner, sister of Miss Comfort, : .' to Minneapplls, Saturday •wh.ere she :eft for her home at Deer Island, Ore. They went via McGregor to- enjoy the colorful scenery at this :ime of year. Mr and Mrs August Slagle and Mr and Mrs Roland Jutting, Buffalo Center, "were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Paul Mason, Chicago, at Forest Cityj The Masons plan to be here Friday at the Slagles. Mr Mason'is a nephew of Mr Slagle. Mrs Clarence Morrall will have as guests Sunday her sisters _Mrs Ollie Strohman, Lakefield, Minn., Mrs Florence Bell, Eagle Grove, and Mrs Grace Nissen, Ceylon, Minn., Mr and Mrs Harlan Wagner, Ruthven and Mr and Mrs Bernard Morrall of Armstrong. • Word from Charles Ostwinkle, who is hospitalized at Iowa City, is that he is under treatments which will continue a few more weeks. He was taken there Oct. 3 and was accompanied by his daughter Mrs 'James Logan, Minneapolis, who stayed at Iowa' City a week. 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See the greatest show on worth at your Chevrolet dealer's! 108 South Hall KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY Algona, Iowa ' Mr and MM Mttmy af6 leaving Wednesday for sas City Where the for'rrief will attend a Federal Home Loart<dlr- ectors'rafeeflrtgj- 1 v j V f I', •> Mt and Mrs Robeti Bonheiie are pHreftts* of a daughter^ born Saturday at St, Ann hospitaltShe has beert'fiamed Brenda Cefe.§fld weighed B pounds and 9 ounces. MM Nell McCftll and Mrs Ahna Barnes left Saturday 1 for Slotlx City where they will spend a fort» night; with relatives, Mrs McCall will be with Mr and Mrs James Griffith. ; . • , Mrs Frank Osirum has returned from OelWeln arid .a visit with her sisters .Mrs Lloyd Sennet, Mrs Clarence Gttnimlftgs, Mrs C, D. Ellis and Mrs Harold Helmer at Lament. ' > ' '' Mr and Mrs .Dick Meyer had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Richard Meyer and family and.Mr and Mrs William Floyd,' of Virttort. Callers later in the day were Mr and MfS Benjamin Meyer., Osseo,- Minn. . Forty members of. the Methodist W.S.C.S. went via chartered bus to SlOux City Thursday to visit Goodwill' Industries and other places of interest. Of, this group 33' Were from, the Algona 1 church, six from LuVerne and one from BUrt. County Workshop ^ There was a County Chorus Workshop held at Garner, Oct. 13. Those attending were Mrs Cliff Etheringtoii, Mrs Marlin Meehlhause, Mrs Louis Gilbride, Algona, Mrs Lawrence Govern and Florence Reynolds, Titonka, A review Of- last yeVs Festival sbrigS'Was 1 Heard on tape recorder and new musid was distributed for •• the .doming, year. This • ,was Under the directed of Max Exner, mtlsie specialist at Ibwn State University. ' J ' Af District Meeting Several members of,the Burt WomanS Club represented their club at the District Mooting of the Iowa Federation of Woman's clubs held Monday at Fort Dodge.. Attending from;-Butt were ,the ' Mesdames Margaret'. Smidt, Thecla-Christensenj Ruth Hatter' son, Howena Ryerson, Beth Mil" ler, Benita Mitchell and LUla Hawcott. Geo. Becker, Burt, Taking New Job In Sales Work Burt — George Becker,-who has been manager of.the Burt • Coop Lumber Cq. for the' past 7& years, has resigned 'fr'Om that position and has, accepted a 'sales position with the Ash ton Building (Supply Co.-of-DeS Moines, covering three counties (K o s s u t h, Humboldt'- and Wright). ;n Iowa and three counties irt Northern Minnesota. ' „.„„ "MO ffiJtfMNQ" available at Upper, Des, Motefes UNTRUE? REPUBLICAN MENTs "- > ,"•• • , '"The Democrats/ who 'control •, Congress by a two-thirds i major* ily/ could have enacted into law any farm Pto&am «W Desired." THE TRUTHi In 1964 thfe Republican controlled Congress passed the Benson flexible farm bill. It was signed into law. In 1955 the Democrats regained control of the Congress and beginning iri 1956 passed five majqr farm bills lo aid farmers. The President' vetoed all five. Bui at no tithe" have, the Democrats liad a two-thirds maj- ' ority membership of the Congress . which is necessary, to, over-ride a veto. The highest Democratic . membership of the House of Rep- resenlatives was in 1959 when there were 283 . Democrats and 153 Republicans V>— not -a two- thirds majority. ••'" . 1 VOTE DEMOCRATIC November THE SKIP E... CY 4-3554 EVERY WASHDA Y! WITH A NEW GAS DRYER OAS clothes dryers let you completely ignore the weather,,, wash 1 when it's most convenient,«. don't let dark clouds, downpours of rain or 'wintry blasts postpone your washing job every week.,, have a new GAS, [ clothes dryer installed ... NOW I 1 Stop in today for the complete story at one of the local dealers who, handle ©AS clothes dryers or NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 1Q9 So. Horlon «'Y*tfr

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