Jeanetla Woltz Of Burl Weds Wesley Man Bufi -- A wedding of interest to Hurl residents look pl;ir<> at Hi' 1 Ulllo Brown Churr-h nl Nas- luifi when Joanotla Loo Woltz, daughter nf -Mr ;inc l Mrs Wilfred VVoUz, Hurt, became the bride of Pit-hard Craig Simpson, son of Mr aiyl Mrs Stanley Simpson of Wesley. Rev. Utterbaek performed Hit- double' ring c-eremony at 3 p.m.. Friday, Her. n. Tho bride was allired in a slroeM-eiigth gown of winter while wool. Judy Marlow was bridesmaid. Wendell Rchuljor was (he groom's attendant. The bride is a 1%0 graduate of Hurt high school, and until the time of h rr marriage was employed al DCS Momes. The groom is employed-as a tniek driver and after March 1 will farm near Wesley. Christmas Programs Set Chnslmas program will be | hold at the Presbyterian and Alethodist churches at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Dec. 21. At St. John's Lutheran church, the annual Christmas program will be held at 7 p.m. Chris! mas Eve. The annual Christmas program of I he Hurl Community School will bt> held in the .school auditorium al. !J,p.m., Thursday, Dec. 22 The annual Candlelight Services of ijie Burl Methodist and 'Presbyterian churches will be held at 7 o'clock, on Christmas Eve at the ProsbyterJan church. The Rev. Frucl Sarnek will deliver the message of the evening and music will :be furnished by Ihe joint choirs directed by Erna Baars:. Rushed To Hospital Earl Meier was rushed to--Ve- lc>rans Hospital, Dos Moinos, early last Thursday morning where is receiving -medical tests and treatment. Engagement Announced Mrs Russell Shiplor announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, 'Judy Bouncy. San Antonio. Texas, to Gary Nauman. .run of Mr and j'vlrs Andy Nauman, Augusta. Wis. Deo. 31 has been ehuscn as I ho date of (heir marriage. Christmas Program Members of the Burl Womans club won- present at the Chilsl- inas meeting of the club held at the Ray Dremmel home Monday evening. Taking part in the service were Margaret Smidl, Helen Smith and Mark-no- Slonxo.1. Appropriate music was furnished by Erna Baars accompaning Francis MrDnnnlrl, soloist, nnd n Rirls Irio, Margaret Keith. Marsha Dremmel, and Sharon' Miller. Assist inR hostosses were Rculnh Bullock, Mailene Stenxel, and Gt-orfiii. Holding. Elect Officers The members of Kossuth Chnp- ter 201, Eastern Star, held election of officers al their regular meeting Tuesday evening. Elected as Worthy Matron was Mrs Harold Ilohiirren; Worthy Patron, Wayne Diif.an; associate matron. Mary (teornia Hanson, as- socifile p'llron. John Millei-; con- dut tress. Mabelline Lovstad: associate conductress, Irene Bjus- 1mm; ti'C'asurer, Lefie McMullen; secretary. CJenevievo Graham. The other officers are appointive and will be chosen by the worthy matron-elect. Decorating Contest The Hurt Lions Club is again sponsoring an exterior homo decoration contest rTiis year. Winners of last, years contest are mat eligible to compete again this year, however, it is hoped that they will again decorale their homes to help beaulify the town. Brother Passes Burl 'friends were sorry to learn of the death of C. R. Liming at his home fn Montabello, Calif. Last rites for Mr Liming were held at the Blake- Funeral Home, Wesley, at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 15. Rev. Fred Samek, Burl, officiated' at the services. Mr Liming, a re-tired carpenter, was a brother of Mrs Elva Simpson, former Burl resident. Mr and Mrs Fred Hilton wore hosts in their home to the members of the Francis circle and their husbands. The group enjoyed a pot luck supper after which n t film was shown by Rev. Fred Samek. Fred Hilton also showed slides taken on their vacation trip. Tho group also enjoyed the singing of carols and an exchatmc of gins. Mr and Mrs K. J. Smith will be hosts over the Christmas weekend to their daughter and farr;J ly, the Robert Jensens, Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Frank Becker, Mrs Harold Becker, and Mr and Mrs Martin Becker, Algona, spoilt Wednesday in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Richard Simpson, Wo.sloy. entertained at dinner Sunday evening in honor of the birthday anniversary of her mother. Guests were Mr and Mrs Wilfred Wolt/.. Mike and Patricia, Mrs Judy Wimben, and Dennis Shinier. Mrs Wilfred Wollz and Patricia f.nd Judy Wuboon attended a miscellaneous post nuptial show- ej- for Mrs Richard Simpson al the Evangelical church in Wesley Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Simpson is the former Jeanetta Woll/.. Fred Baum, Minneapolis, spent the weekend with his aunt and nnrlo, the E. C. Srhwiotorls. The members of the American Legion Auxiliary held their December ; meeting at the hall Tuesday evening. 18 do/., cookies were packed and sent to the Woodward State Hospital and gifts weie sent to the Veterans Hospital Gift Shop. The group also voted to give $10 to the Retarded Children's Fund. Elva Bootteher received the dom prize;. There will be no sewing meeting in December. Mrs Cora FJtovv was hostess at. her home Monday at. a birthday parly honoring Eva Mae Morris. Guests were Mesdarnes lima Doege, Amelia Polhemus, Gertrude Saathoff and Clara Van Sleenberg. The afternoon was spent, visiting and playing flinch. Mr and Mrs Howard McMullen visited Sunday at the home of Mr McMullen's sister and family at Cherokee. The annual Christmas party of the Fidelis class will be held at the homo of Lefie McMullen with Ethel Smith assisting hosless Dec. 21. Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller spent several days in Omaha, where Mr Miller atlended a cooperative Land Bank meeting. Mr and Mrs I. J. Olson, Osage, were Sunday guests in the Ed. Frederickson home. Mr and Mrs Wayne Dugan and Wayne Jr. and Nancy left Monday for Phoenix, Ariz, where Ihey will visit until after Chirsl- mas at'the home of Mr and Mrs L. A. Maltingly. Mrs Lula Kelly and Kathy. Esther vilie, were weekend guests in the Wayne Dugan hom«. On Sunday all were guests of the Jess Dugans, Algona. Mr and Mrs Mrrwyn Cunningham. Lana and Meivvyn Jr. spent Tuesday in I-'oi t Uoelge. Mrs Al Hinckley and Duane accompanied Mi- and Mrs Marvin Niebuhr, Alden. Minn, and Mrs Percy Baitelt Waldorf, Minn, to Oakdale Saturday whcru they visited with Al Hinckley and Marilyn. IVri- and Mrs Leonard Daniels were dismissed tnis past week from the hospital and came to the home of Mis Daniels, daughter, Mrs • Cliff Holding where they will now be at home. Donna Osfwald Of Whittemore Wed Dec. 1) Whittemore — Donna Ostwald and Dale Bell exchanged nuptial vows in St. Paul's Luthorari church Saturday evening. Dec. 17. The R'ov. Cleo KaiMsch perform PC! the double ring ceremony. Miss Ostwald is the daughter of Mr and Mrs William Osfwalr! of Whit lorn ore and Mr Boll i ih-e son of Mr and Mrs Klmer K. Bell, West Mend. The bride was attired in a while cli.-inlilly lace gown over satin v.-iih lilted bodice and long sleeve thut lapered al the wrists. Her si-:iii was of lace with satin rose)',' -• and sweeping I rain. Her fingei t if, vi-i! of English net illusion .-. ,-!•-• h«-ld ny a crown of pearl Her jewelry was a strand of peail necklace u j(|, matching can-in: 1 -' Sin- carried bouquet of red in..-.. Cat nor. .J bride in Bond \ Mcyi i Oslv, aid arid usher-; Ku'hi-n But/.ko was organist and Mis Norman Schullx. sang. A i'. cent inn was held at the Plantation following the ceremony. The bride attended the Lutheran parochial school and graduated in HiliO from Whittomoro high school. Mr Bell also atlend- ed Ihe I.iilhor;m school and gra- duat'-fl with the class of 1959 and is employed with Ihe Whittemore Feed 1 - Company. Upon their ro.- '. O. (v.-.ild wns maid of hoi n ice B a 1 g e in ;-i n n was n.'iid. Paul I.,atick of West \ as he-,t man and Gale was tiroomsman. Marvin Wavnc> Jiell were *<^**i^a*a^oefirw^<K«h«^i»^^ turn from a week's trip they will live in WhiUernore. C.D.A. Party A Christmas setting provided an appropriate background for the annual Christmas party of the C. D. of A. in Academy hall Thursday (.-veiling. Following a pot-luck supper, a program was given. Mary Loe- hacti and a vocal group composed of Maiy Gonglor, Patricia Fickbohm, Barbaia Elbert, Carol Nuire and Mary I,oebach sang, accompanied by Frances O'Bnen. Two musical readings were given by Francos Mosbaoh. A short business meeting was held with the grand regent Rita Dorner presiding. Lord I a But lei- lecturer gave an interesting talk. Entertainment I o 1 I o w e d. with Katiierine Spurgeon providing the music for the musical chair gift exchange. Following is the committee which was in charge of the Christmas party: Catherine Grotty. Grace Piokarski. Aurelia Bosch, Lorcne Kollasch, Irene Waldron. Emly Koppen, Zita Bormann, Pearl Bosch, Marie Hogan, Marcclla Hanson, Jean Simmons, Katherine Spurgeon, Tuesday, Dee. 20, 1960 Maona (10.) Upper D«« Mo!n««-3 Berc.er, Dorothy Duffy, Gcnovieve K o I 1 a s c h, Minnie Vaughn, Ella Burke, Mildmct Elbert, Mae McDonald and Virginia Pi 'ICSter. Edward Poiral/, "on of Mr and Mrs Herbert p ( ,irat/, er.terc-d St. Ann's lio".-pit,-i| in Algona Monday and returned home Thursday afternoon. Mrs William Rueber entered Liith'-ran hospital in Fort Dodg<- Monday as a medical pa'iin'. Mr and Mis L. 11. Pert] left fo." California Widnr^cl.i.v rind wiH spi-nrl the wintei in thai stale. They expect to retiiin to their home here in April. The HeUin He,is held their Chris-irnas card parly Monday ev-niii", at the Wilbur KoebeV home v. .'h Mi« Oiville Barber as co-|-i,i--|, ..;.-. Mr : -. Kobe] t Anderson, v.'nn lunh; Mi's James Sohul- \.y low: nnd Mrr; Melvin Itoeber t.'.Vv-el. Thr-y j'l.iii e--; ( hanged gift.s. A post nuptial shower \va'-i held Wctinesdfiy , vening in the r.titlieran ehuieh parlors in honor of Mis Me,-•.-;n Hedm, the former Janice l!,n- Malm uf Huthvon. In 500 M, ; Edw.n f.Jr.-i- ncrl winning hi;;h: aiul Mrs Erwin Struec:kcr, low. The hi Mo received many u-eful t'.iftr;. HOLIDAY DANCE Music by Henry Charles Garrigan High Gymnasium Sponsored by Algona C. D. A. Dec. 27 Adm. $1.00 Per Person Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men." What a wonderful Christmas message! May yonr Holiday be filled with this true spirit of Christinas atrd each of you blessed by it. WESTERN BUYERS •$is J ^ J £!S*ss^ia^ • RAND YOUR GIFTS With The Labels Everyone Knows! We have assembled a tremendous array of gifts for your Christmas shopping... gifts that you can Qive with confidence because they are labeled by reputable pianufac- turers who have spent years in building quality. 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