4-Algeno (lo.) Upper betMo^es u Thtmdoy, May 41, 1959 ..•; i* Horse Falls, Ottosen Boy's Leg Broken Terry Lee. 15. son of Mr and Mats Oliver Lee, had his •left leg put in a cast to his knee ;'late Sunday. He is suffering a • fractured kg bone and a rhipped "ankle bow. He will bo hospitalized at Lulhrrnn h:> n"t"l in Fort ; D^d^o for a onurV *>f dny*. He had been riding hfirs^b^Hc E M h ; s Vm*nt>. Thov xvrre trying I to load the horse into the trailer -' when !hc hwsp lost his balance '"-and foil n^?in"t Tc"-y. r-my ' ; is a freshmpn al Twin Rivers high sch061*al Bode, The Ladirs Club mot at the homfe 6f Mrs Lester Wehfspann, Mrs Anna Xeifit had the lesson. Mrs Telfo&i h$d .the winning ammgehffent," Mrs Letter Wehrspann, second, and Mrs Mike Coyle, , third, The guests were Mrs &eo Tofteberg, Mrs Raymond Wfrhrspann and Mrs Fred Kampon judged the f lowei s. The losers have 4o entertain the winners. This was the last club meeting until fall. Blrlhdcy Surprise Mrs Mina Wchrspann was surprised Saturday afternoon in Honor of fctr birthday, After the ladies arrived th&y called Mrs W. H, Wchrspnnn, inviting her .too so they coujd celebrate her birthday also. Attending were Mrs Herman Pooch. Mrs Morg Hngwi. Mrs Lro Toftrbcrg, Mrs , Antift Purdy, Mrs Magnus Brnt- land, Mrs Harold Mountain, Mrs > Merle Halsrlid and Mrs Morris 1 Mftlsrud of Bradgale, Mrs Olaf Halmtd of Bode, Mrs Lillian Wchrspann,'Mrs Chris Anderson Ida Mae In St. Beh mon) Mrs Loron Daniel, Mrs M&&& Holt and Mrs Rona Enocksoft, ,]•• ' Mrs Judith Hoover of Bode and Mr ahd Mrs Morgan Hagen attended the wedding of Nancy Hoover to Gary Braga of Rockford at St. John's Lutheran church al DCS Moirtes Friday evening. The bride is a grand* daughter of the "Hagens, Mr and MrS Donald Cooler and Bob attended a cajpping ceitenlony for the .Coopers* daughter, 'Kancy and Mher members of her clasj at Mercy huspita! In DCS Moinet, on Sun^av. Mr-5 Kaliih Richnrda left by plane Monday morning from Fort D>.dgo, 'S'ho will visit Mr and Mrs-Oknn Norman and WJr^ M-^ Don Wickstt-bm ana Cll <hn Norm«n, hdt sort^iri will have his tilth operation lor sp'nal surgery Thursday May 21 Mrs Kichauls \v f tt probably re* mn.n in Seattle until her daughter, Mrs Norman, graduates with a B,A. degree in art from the University of Washington at Seattle on June '13. ' , Post- Nuptial Shower, Seneca Senoca — Mrs Larry FOJC ( nee Marjorie Countryman, was honored at a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening at the Seneca school gymnasium. Mrs Dennis Rolling and Joan Mitchell registered the guests. •' The honored guest and Mrs Leo Fox were presented with corsages by the hostesses. Mrs Claude Johnson announced the program: accordion selections by Marilyn'Jbhnnnescn; reading, Mrs Henry Looft; vocal selections by Carol Hariipch, " t The bride was assisted in open- jng'her gifts by a sister-in-law, Mrs Dennis Rolling of Bancroft and Joan 'Mitchell of Fenton, also Susan Breese and Carol Hanisch. Mrs George Fox of Algona presided at the silver service. Hostesses included Mrs Alfred Peterson. Mrs Dennic 'FlaiR, Mrs Art Mueller, Mrs .Rose Kraft, 'Mrs ,Ted Jensen, Mrs' Leona Halverson, Mrs Claude Johnson, Mrs Lewis Broese and Susan, Mrs Wm Dorsey, Mrs O. R. Patterson, Mrs 'Lester Osborn, Mrs Ever.ett Wit" ham, Mrs Larmon. Haddle, Mrs Elmer Hanisch and Carol and Mrs Henry Looft. ' Portland Boys,|4-H /Portland Boys,,-'4-H' met at ,TUsr«i'CtSsons on May 14. -The. club decided }d h'ave 'th£ ,ciub torn June U\\ Jack' Trlirikhill was elected td go to Short'Course at Bob. Jhnsdn • showed . movie- on H< irrigation. Dayic Rasrrtussen showed some tricks Lunch was served by Mrs Rasmussen. LuVerne Eager Beavers Luyerne Eager Beavers met May 11 at the town hall. President John Schade presided. The June tour was planned. Gaylen Witzel gave a talk on Veishea at Ames. John' Schade gave a" talk r>n Leadership,'' Mrs Hanson and Mrs Brink served lunch. PER GALLON mixed body colors Dividends A]\IEKICUV*S XO. A J>I\Tt»EJVI> CUUEt HIGH-CAPACITY BATTERY WHICH OFFERS SURE* day. Alptleh* of vllle, after tack at hfs evening ' Betty Lsftstl SiouJt l^nsittf the MM mm* t Ida Mae- KutsRh'ara, .(picturad) daughter at 'Mi 1 and Mrs John Kutschara of Wesley, and Melvin Arndor|er pf Britt, son, of Mr and Mrs G^org6 Arhdorfer 'of Wesl§y, were, uftited. in-marriage May^2. The double ring ceremony Was performed by Father F, Conw'ay at the St. Benedict t Catholic -oh. " • ••: •• - v. . Mrs Charles bsbbrn Spent sev oral days visiting at the home of her son and family, the Jim Os- boms in Minneapolis. 'She madfe the acquaintance of her new grandson, James Lowell. Marilyn Johannesen 'attended Veishea at Iowa State College at Ames. - ( Mr and Mrs Kenneth Andrea and family spent Mothers Day at the home of the latter's parents, the Louis Lammers at Graetting*- er, Iowa. Mr and Mrs Calvin Va\idt and family were Mothers Day,guests at the E. K. Johnson home' at ••*&*"*•*'••* • Lake the late which. Mr Mrs Pawl. of AltoHa ttfeiNe Sundsty^af xm&&K : ^lim at tile 'IttM o£ Mf& Abbott, Majr, al l h6 Tne band iWeekShd it 6* 9:30, iib lif gh , .* »***.*»» • , , t Mulligan f \t t amily hosfjital, Eslher" arental ettjr tfi Mr'atsa Mrs , . , , , , Cart V ( oigi Attd in i Mr;MuU lo^B-s- MSftk& a Hurry on down! We're- giving away special dividends now during Dividend Days. We're dealing like crazy,,too! Come in ... cash in on-our extra dividends. Find out about all the dividends ia the 59 Ford. church. • '•: " ", ri The bride 'vttts escofted to the altar by her .father. She wore a White floor'.length .gown, of •Shif- fli embroidered tulle-over nylon net and satin. The fitted Shiffli embroidered;, tulle, bodice extended into • deep -points' at front and back. The neckline was scooped and scalloped, with short Shiffli embroidered-, tulle -• sleeves and gauntlets to match. The skirt .was very full of Shiffli embroidered tulle with an all over pattern with the back made up of two very full flounces extending into a beautiful sweep , train. Eter finger tip veil of 'white (imported English bridal illusion .fell from a" queen's .crown of lace and tulle, scalloped and trimmed with scattered sequins with the top outlined with" pearls. She carried pink. camellias on ,a white prayer book. She" wore , pearl earring^ gift of the bridegroom. \ 'Ellen Root, of Rocikf ord, "111. served as maid of,-honor.' LaHiita Trouten of Lake Mills was bri maid, Mary, Ellen-' Ludwig.f|of Corwith served as junior -bridjs- maid/' 1 flower girls were C,i,wy Fangmatt /dfs Britt and* Kohlhaas?of LuVerne- and Terry Simons of iWhit'temore, cousin *qf the bride, serVed-asTing beafey The bridegroom's "attendants were Loren •' Am'dorfer,. Roger Arndorfer-. and -'Rodent 'BleictiioJ Wesley. Ushers" .were Dayid and-James Rosenmeyer XJth'Of CorVith: .Servers at the Mass ' were x ,Ronald Arndorfer, John Roeder, Terry Kohlhaas and David McCarthy. «|* After the 'ceremony a wedding dinner was jhe'ld at the Johnson louse at Algona\witih 110 guests jresent. A reception and buffet .uncheon'.was held in- the after-, ey and Mrs.Nick Arndorfer%£ Algona poured coffee, Mrs Edna Teeter .served''the Wedding cake, arol Simonson. of Lake Mills," Carrie Eflgen of Des Moines and Marya Lou Nyg'aard of Cedar Falls'- were in charge of the wedding gifts, Charlotte Wise of D'es Moines and Donna Mae Bleich"oi Cedar Falls we're in charge of the guest book, ,- ' ,' The young couple left immediately after the-reception ,pn a southern trip and now are'at home at- Britt. (Glenn's Studio Photo - UDM Engraving) r Fenton, Sunday evening they were supper guests at . Calvin'u parents, the Walter Vaudts ol Whittemore. Mr and Mrs John Struecker and -sons were also guests. , Mr and Mrs Clarence Osborn. Mr and Mrs Russell Kauffman Tiny/ Light! Fu/l-Powerf ear-level hearing aid" new 4- Translstor Diplomat $165 DEMONSTRATION & PERSONAL SHOWING "Royally of Hearing Aids". ALGONA HOTEL -Tues., May 26 — - , 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Batteries and .service for most makes >T - You are invited, lo come in. • f ,• ' . , . } AUDIPHONE CO. •t f '?•.. 611'tFleming Bldg. < ' 6ih & Walnut Sis., DM Authorized Zenith Hearing Dealer. " . Aic f •* t * - , "In.most evfery'community, we.lowaiu can see the continuing boost local prosperity ', gets,- frbmihe brewing .industry. For .example *.. tha extra loW Job's tbeindusfry creates, \vithJbwa payrolls of niore than 430,000,000100 peir-year! Or^ take the $27,500,000.00 in local'reftts; ; insurance, supplies^ general business costs! That's prosperity'money, reaching intbeverylnook and c'orner^f-the state*, ' j ., , "; •'And tliat's oniylpart of it. Add the $25,300,000.00 taxes received from beer soldfin- Iowa last year .. i or v addfeiir Iowa farmers' share of the $240,000,00)0.00 worth of grains.'ahd farm products used.each year. Put theiii-all together and We can certainly agree", ttr; -, , UN1TBD STATES BREV/ERS VpUNDATIOh|l|OWA,DtYISIpN-8U UBERTY BtDC3:-DES FRIGID^IRE tGee - SchSltz Hypflqls Held At BaBtcroff Bancroft — In a church cere' many performed in St. John's> Catholic Church by Msgv. Joseph SchUltes.'Deanne McGee, daughter of Mr and Mps Daniel McGee became the' u bride of Davic Schiltz, son" of Mr" and Mrs Arnolc Schiltz. ' ;; The bride was given in marriage by,-. her father. Her sister, Mrs Donna Boeckholt , and cousin, Beyerly 'Hunt ,were bridls- maids. • > - ,'' The bridegroom's attendants were his brothers, Edward a'nd 1 Francis Schiltz. > ' Ushers were Harvey .BoeckhoU. Des Moines, inrl Donald Schiltz. ,' ;• A dinner was served to the immediate relatives at noon in the Legion Club rooms followed by, 9 reception. In the evening they jen.tertained at a dance, in tlhe' Legion Ballroom, *•• \ Fallowing a brief honeymoon they, will be at home at the Otto Vaskte farm home, south of town, The -bride is employed at i\\e WelR,$' 1 D»ug store and the briije- groqm' M' the Ley garage in £a* ®8®X8)^^ ^spsysxa^^ &m®^<$y®88<f^^ bwa ^ >• \tldhn 'McGuire from the 'aj Calumet, Mich, came to visit his parents, Mr ar*d 'Charles McGuire until Jurie 30,"' and will be here for the gradm 'uation of his sister, Mary Faith MeGliire. MI; and Mi's Pon Degen an^ dajlghters and Mr and Mrs Ch$V- tos. McGuire went to Sioux C Saturday, for, the ordination' MORI" A-l USED CAR5 AND TRUCKS attene First Jv . the dinner, receptioi Mas* at Al^oiu IN NATURAL TRU-COLOR FREE ENTRY CONTEST CLOSES SATURDAY 5:00 p.m* ENDS SATURDAY 5 P.IVV NO OBLIGATIO (Children Up Through 6 .Years Of Age) Free $100 Merchandise Certificate — Good On Any Refrigerator; Range, Washer, Dryer, Freezer Or Air Conditioner, * -:' " FRip GIFTS TO THE FIRST 100 MpTHERS WHO tNT€R THE ; CONTEST, FREE BALLOONS TO ALL KIDDIES ,J (Accompanied by Parents), FREE $20 MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATES Given To Parents,Of Children Entering - ' Contest, See the. New Slfstrong Automatic Cspitra that takes NATURAL TRU-COLQR Pictures. You have to tee it to believe it.
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