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l-s I? , i , ^,^ w i :( r y. .""tu- .'^ 4-A!s*rtti (!a.) Des Moinw Thuftdoy, M6y 26, . . Wilma Moore, Burl, Bride Of Air Man On May 17th Potilaftel« A Shower w*§ Saturday evening, at the Lulhcr- an church in Titonka. for Wilma Moorerdaughttr oltHyde Moore, Burt. Between 40 and 50 gathered for the <K-casiohi The program was opened with & s6ng by Claudia Moore, sister of the bride-to»be. Mrs Henry Smith had a poem she composed and read, of Wilma's girl-hood. Mrs Jack Tirman, in charge of the program, also favored the group with a piano solo, after Which the bride-to-be opened her many beautiful and useful gifts, assisted by Edith Smith, Claudia Moore and Sheryl Smith, Margret Moore took care of the guest book. Mrs Jake poured. Hostesses were .Mesdames Jay Steven, Jake Smith, George Koestler. Ed Smith, Bernard Meister, Henry Smith, Donald Weber. TP. W. Marlow, Lawrence Presthus, Harold Presthus, Stanley Block, Jack Tieman, Victor Fitch /and Vivian Dutton. Wilma Moore, daughter of Clyde Moore, of Burl, who has been in the Air Force, for nearly two years married Sunday afternoon. May 17, to John Smith, of Oklahdma, Mr Smith has been stationed in Texas and Miss Moore In. Oklahoma. They will be stationed in Texas, after their return. They left Iowa for Texas, Monday morning, the day after the wedding. Their many Portland neighbors and friends wish them a long and happy married life, Portland Social Club The Portland Social Club v Met Thursday afternoon, May 14, at the home of Mrs Cliff Waltman, About ten members were present and three guests, Mrs Carrie Larsen, Opal Waltman and Mrs Jake Meyer. Mrs Hugh Williams had charge of, the program. The club voted ,to give four dollars to the Cancer Fund. Roll call was, A flower exchange and ' each brought their Mother's Picture.' The next meeting; will be held at the hOme of Mrs Mike Arend.in Algona', Thursday afternoon, June, 11. - • , A meeting was held last Mon- Lloyd Barllett, lo plan a rhower fo* Miss Cqrihne Zwtefel who will be married, June 7. Mr and Mrs Robert Wood were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Eisenbarth. Mr and Mrs Forbus Stiltz, Greg and David called at the Gerald Bahling home Sunday afternoon and then spent the remainder of the afternoon at the parental Ray Fitch home. Mr Forbus Stiltz and Mr Gerald Bahling are cousins. Stanley Ruse was taken to Rochester, Sunday morning. Mrs, Stanley Ruse accompanied him He was taken by ambulance. A reception was held in the Methodist church dining room, ir Burt, Friday evening, in hohor oi Linda Larsen and Donna Teeter whose graduation took place that Friday, at the Burt High School About 50 relatives and fnends were served. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen Mr and Mrs Quientin Bjustrom and Mr and Mrs Otto Harlan went-to West Concord, Minnesota Sunday afternoon, where they" visited Mr and Mrs George Armstrong and family. They also called at the Wilbur Christenscn home. Mr and Mrs Leonard Daniels of Burt,were Sunday afternoon callers at the Barnard and Chas. Phelps home. . Mr and Mrs Jim Hubcr. and .Gary visited the Gerald BahlingV Sunday. Mr and Mrs Guy,.Dimond of Britt, Mrs Ruth Sparks and Dean of Wesley, were dinner guests a week ago Sunday, at the Hovvoxd Sparks home.' Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks were dinner guests at the Jack Easton home, Sunday. Mrs Lloyd Bartlett has word that her sister, Mrs Don Bishop, who is in -the hospital in Mankato, will undergo a Cancer operation,, this week, Wednesday. Mrs Mable Heminover of Seattle, Mr and Mrs E. B'.'L'amg of riampton spent Sunday-at the and Mrs L&iilt, a rieice. Mrs Maty Ann Bartlett Rasmussen was also home over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks and Jim wrrn Saturday evening supper guests at the Guy Dimond home in Britl. in honor of Mrs Sparks undo. Mr Tom Dimond of Now Jersey. He is a Scientist and inventor, working, fur the Bell Telephone company. He comes to Chicago cm business ami decided to make a weekend visit with relatives, her*;. Sim'day evening visitors at-the Jay Stcfen hdme were, Mr and Mrs Millon Steven and family, Mr Karl Johnson (a consin of Mrs Jay Steven, of Alfiona, but nove* stationed.-in-California) and his fiance, Miss Carol Studer, also oi' Algono. , The Portland Pennies girls 4-H and the Portland boys 4-H, put on a program. Sunday evening (or their parents. The girls put on 3 plays, which -Were very good. The program was opened with two numbers sung and played by Korenc Fitch, on her piano accofdiaii. After the plays, the program was turned over to the boys, numbers were passed out. Mrs Earl Shi pi or and Mennct Trunkhill had their names drawn, and each received a prize. Aftei a contest and a trick, singing was enjoyed by the group, - while lunch was being prepared. The next meeting will be held May 21, at the Trunkhill. home of Catherine day evening, at the home of, Mrs Lloyd Bartlett home. Mrs Hemmis a sister of Mrs Bartlett You can play a real musical • _ ' ' _ '•• "**• f&*9 f *m instruvnenf in minutes... without lessons or experience "Who wishes to travel fat. spares his steed". Medal Award To Leo McCarthy At Creighton U* Shower Honors J^eerdes Wete guests of <Mr eerdes, Swea CUy was held May • bridal shower honor Mrs Laurel Peterson* fit th* IfnmSnuel Lutheran Churtih in Swea City. Mrs Peterson;'Mrs Ructy Peterson, mother of the bridegroom, and Mrs John' Nyfrian, aunt oi the bridegroom, were presented with corsages ittadte by Mrs Gfd Harncr. Mistress of Ceremonies Mrs Dettmor Hi&mpSon. '. •>-. Following thfe. -program.' Mfet Peterson opened h«. many tisfe- ful gifts. ,'-ir|. St ,.>"/' The lunch wfslletved frflrn',1& c-'a pink eMh large table and white ;.. .. man poured. >*''t ,. Hostesses were Mesdames ji . Thoreson, Morris Johnson, Witt Brock, Minnie ,Kylen, Roland Gabel, Waltei*04nHch, Carl And e'fson, Ralp^trwMkeiv Oettlfte Th6mpson, RW-PehigOn, Milton -jiatner, Martift Pete-son, An' Algona, la., senior has been •oaireasons,' on ounaay, iviay »f* Mr and Mrs Doft Gfcerdes and ,#nd Mr and Mrs Bob ' Sunday .dinner and Mrs , Mr and Mrs Dale Herzberg and family, of fies Moines visited the Nyrharf dvfer' thd weekend. €>on <5eerdes family entertained the Robert Browning family at a steak fry.~ • ^Sunday .callelfs at 'the Anderson home were Mr and Mrs Jim Preston and family. , The Roy V&lvicks Visited Mf and Mrs Martin Peterson at -iSuriday aftd >at the thdrnpsott hornfe dft Farri- to fnake the ac- Good Sejftaf itan Rest Home, AI- gofia, w&ere he was the past nine man, .76, retired farftter , - Mr.Htnsel- a Severe arr, December, 1958,, time. fbrwfte me. * <•,? , ' *<*, « * •Wefdh«sday bvefrtfgftt fllests in the F,red Bau*|igartnet' home were her brother, " Mr and BrS Julius enrotrtejito tfteit h«me in n&s'Moirtes. ••*•' i , • Mtosel»ari, 1 1 u d it n \ at Morningside? Cpllege, for »;the nurse qtrahttance of the Thompson adopted son. •Dinner guests of the Ora Sim^ mdfts were their daughter and h'Usband, Mr and Mrs Beti Grpen and Linda of'Springfield, Minn, presented with the Wall Streel Journal Student: Achievement Award at Creignton 'University. Leo A. McCarthy received the commendation' for maintaining the highest scholastic Average a: a finance major.-.in the,;,College of Business Administration. In addition to his high acad emic work, Mr McCarthy is. secretary of Delta Sigma Pi professional' business, ..administration fraternity, wasja member of the executive committee- tet' ; lhtr:1958 Student Leadership Conference, and-., represented the Creighton College of .Business Administration as a prince during the Junior- Senior Prom. Leo is the eldest of 15 children. His parents are, Mr and Mrs Doh- Ud C. McCarthy, R.R. No. 1, Al- ioria. This award consists of a spccial- y designed-silver-medal'and o year's subscription to the Wall Street Journal. The medal ?,is aictured here. Gabel, George^Fear'son and Edna Pears«j& >"_,;*'- / Seviitt' Out *F|$4f' Titack CitWin'as.had seven.bpy£ out for track this year, they Dale Farland, Paul Hanson, Farland, Larry 'Claussen, David Rippentrop, ' -Gary Dbcon and Charles Hefdenwith.' The team was entered' in the State Line Conference Meet at Burt the 12th of May. Those ^lacing were Paul Hanson, high tump, 5.2 tied 'for second and for .he pole vault,, 8.6, third place; Dale Farland, football throw, 3rd place, and broad jump, 17.9 tied [or third, SWea City was fifth in the 880 and 440 relays. Ex-Swea Boy, To Wed Mr and Mrs, Charles Trickey of Davenport announce the engagement and- approaching marriage of their daughter Dianne to Leland Osgood, son of Mr and Mrs Homer Osgood Of Glenview, 111., formerly of -,Swea City. The bride is a graduate of a Davenport-l\igh,school and is attending Iowa State Teachers College. Mr Osigood was a 195" graduate of Swea City high school and attended Iowa State 1 College served hi the.army and will'grad- ,uate ,frorn ,-Iowa,{.State Teachers in June. ' I''.,' The 'couple,-willr be married June 12th at the Trinity Cathedral in Davenport.. Mr and Mrs ; Louis Stenze and Tammy Elliotfi , visited 'hi brother, the Walter .Stenzels at Dolavan, Minn., 'recently. Mr and Mrs Thad- Johnson and girls and Mr and'Mrs Oscar Linde were .recent dinner guest of Mr and Mrs Roger Lindef The <Jroen& attended the ding of a nephew at fiurt. ..': Tuesday, Walter Leslie of, La» kota visited his daughter 1 arid family, the Edwin Schwartz. -Friday evening, visitors of i the Brink Snlpiers we're thehx daughter and -husband, Mr, arid Mrs De'ah Gamble and Linda of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs Bdxford ,'of'Marsnalltown. , (Mrs Donald Ringsdorf and .'Mrs 1 Roy«Ringsdotf visited the Brink Shipler horne recently. Mrs Matlida ' McFarland and Jddie Sanders were Sunday din ner .guest oi Mrs Orpha Bf Iggs\ If you care read numbers, you can play any kind of music from classical to jazz— tonight, in your own , home. , ' « You simply match the numbers in the Song Books ; with, the numbered keys of the Magnus Electric • Chord Organ keyboard. You needn't know one note -, from another, though they're there for those who do. ?,- You. j>lay full, resonant chord accompaniment, too. You, yes you press a key — and out comes MUSIC! i* Real -music, full timbered; rich, mellow, and wide I of range , , - vibrant with the authentic "breathingl* i- 'of organ tones and overtones, because Magnus uses ,'f the same principle of passing air over reeds as you 1'find in the mightiest cHurch organs. ^ruly, Magnus is, unmatched at its price for * ! workmanship, cabinetry, and tonal quality, HOSPITALS /A.-, ecf tip _ Sfie-.necK vu uv^R.iijie do HfTStaft'ttS * #ffi$fl&a y-<£ MESTt TO Too bad folks don't show as much patience all the, time vas they do when waiting; fo'r fish !-to bite. — Hillsboro (Ore.) Argus. •Lynn PulveiJ, scoutmaster and 16 Swea City 'scouts and o"ne dog camped overnight at the river in Algona recently. Recent supper guest 'of the Richard Hesvicks was Miss Tur- vold, kindergarten teacher in Swea-City. Mi's Larry Peters' and her sister were recent supper guests of the Fritz Smouses, The Tom Prestons entertained recently in the honor of her mother's birthday. Those present were Mr and Mrs Sam Link, Mr and Mrs Ervin Link and Mr and Mrs Eldon Link and Dale. , Mr and Mrs Sylvester Kockler visited the Dennis Doocy home May 17th at St, Benedict and Fri., - May 29 Frank Buhr v. And His Ramblers- Sat., - May 30 Decoration Night Jules Herman and His Orchestra April 22 —,Mrs. Vernon Berte, Bode, girl, 7-15; Richard McAlpine, Algona, medical; Mrs Wayne Myers, Algona, boy, 8-3; D.' D. Monlux, Algona, medical; H. P. Mertz, OUosen, medical; Mrs William Gifford, Lone Rock, girl, 7-1%. April 23 — Mrs Lloyd' McMahon, Irvington, maternity; Mrs William Thilges, Bode, medical. • April 24 — Darwin McCleish, Bancroft, medical; Lynn Schmidt, Algona, T & A; Daniel Smith, Algona, T & A; Frank Sterling, Algona, medical; Myrtle St. John, Algona, medical'. ' April 25 — Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley, Burt, boy, 9-13. April 26 — Mrs Freda Nuehring, Algona, medical; Mrs Ronald Peck, Algona, girl, 6-6. April 27 — Mrs Leonard Gregg, Algona, boy; Glenn Elbert, Whittemore, medical; Mrs Harold Colwell, Algona, surgery; Mrs Joe Donahue, Bancroft, medical Mrs Joe Lowe, Algona, medical April 28 — Alfred Schultz, Algona, medical; Mrs Richard Bonnstetter, West Bend, maternity... May 7 — Mrs Richard St. John Algona,- girl, 7-6; Lerpy Farrell Whittemore, medical; ' Mrs Harold Wehrspann, Fenton, surgery May 8 — 'Mrs ! Johnny H Harms, Burt, girl, 7-13%; Linda Sherman, Algona, T & A; Mrs Claire Rcutzel, Burt, boy; 8-6V 2 Mrs Robert Arndorfer,, Corwith, boy, 8-13. May 9 — Arthur Meyer, Algona, medical; Baby Audrey Muehe, Wesley, boarder; Cynthia Carlson, Wesley, surgery. May 10 — Mrs Merwyn Cunningham, Burt, accident; Mrs •Joseph Hynes, Wesley, boy, 7-5%; Vernon 'Evans, Algona, medical. May 12 — Mrs'Augusta Lay- renz, Algona, medical; ''Mrs Wilfred Becker, Wesley, maternity. May 12 — Timothy Cooper, Algona, medical. May 13 — Mrs Philip Frisbie, Whittemore, maternity; Mrs Jpha weekend, with her parents, ' ! Mf and Mrs Carl Hariselm%h. ; Mf and Mrs fidwirf $anselman and Carl Hanselman attended the funeral for Albert HelWke, Lifer- more Friday afternoon* Mrs Nellie Cu)"ran Delderfielc of VictorviUe, Calif.* has arrived to visit her daughter/.the ( Rober Hardcopf family and sfins, Harold and Lawfence Curran familie£ 'The Ernest Merkle Region Pos 664 of'LtiVerne^ haVe selected David Trauger* to attend Boy«, State at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, June ,743, •.'••-' .,, Friendly; Neighbor 'dub W^ere guests Tuesday iti' the Mrs Hettry Kubly home. A" gtiest was Mrs Jobh'C. .Zimmermani' 1 Mrs Robert Barber had'the tdpic. Entertainment was in'charge,, of Mrs Curtis Morgan. The, June meet-' ing will • be with Mrs Ralph Block. > ,•' . Mrs' Earl Neal 'was hostess to the .Missionary- Guild"" with Mrs Albert Genrich aS a guest. Devotions were led • by; Mrs Curtis Morgan. Mrs Christina Nielson ill be the June hostess. - ' Mrs Edwin Hanselman, Mrs arl Hanselman. Mrs l Martha Schneider, Mrs Albert Schneider, VIrs Charles Hanselman, Jr., Mrs erhard Myer and Mrs Lloyd iuehnast were in Liverrrtore Wednesday to attend a meetng of the Lutheran Woman's Mission.' ary League. Nothing brings out the haiti in people faster, than '' a television camera.— Sales Managements RACES HOLIDAYS AT WRIGHT: RAGtWAYS ,.3 and 69 Between Belmond and Clarion ZOifn Ifeh.'Go-fr » * ' "^, iliittHJillftiiiiiiif"''^. PftlCM FROM - ; mm FSfetff FAte - , ' MW-'SaH^^- 6 ^Sfj plans , epresentalive Sweet, 1728 " 2nd Ave. 4-1273. is 3, a J COME TO MINNEAPOLIS AND THE Sun., - May 31 — 9 to 1 Beginning Weekly Young Adulls Modern Swing Dancing, Eddie Randall And The Down Beats Playing tunes of Ihe Top 40 and Many Standard Tunes Musi Be 16 or Over Adm. $1 S 129» S SUNDAY, MAY 24 Ray Lewis FRIDAY, MAY 29 Hard Times Dance Come as you are Orlie Workman In blonde mahogany , Of traditional walnut OIlBy matching table $25°° Clasticol » Folk and Hymn? * Popular Mils 1 all without o single le«»on) , »i s '. • /jf'f f ./of .more ^n to make music fftan /ysf listen to I'iri n IN SUNPAY, MAY 31 Clem Brau SUNDAY, JUNE 7 Don Hoy SUNDAY, JUNE 14 Ray Lewis No Advance supper guest of the Doocys. Mr arid Mrs Art Claussen, Mr and Mrs Pete Helmke, Mis, and Mrs Jude Hill and Mr and-Mrs Junior Helmke attended the funeral of Will Johnson at Fairmont, Minn, Visitors at the George Eden home May 17, to honor him on his birthday were his mother, Mrs Louise Eden of Titonka, the Ronald Orlmans and family of Burt, the Lester Edens of Titonka, the Clifford McGregor family of Swea City, Alan and Erwin Eden of Titonka, Wilbur Peterson ,of Crystal Lake, Mrs Earl Rpcd and Kenneth of El- Minn. , Rich, Algona, surgery; Mrs Ro- ,ber,t Winter, Algona, bpy, 7-:12%; Mrs Harold Sch&mcaiher, Whittemore, medical. May 14 — Mrs Donald Heerdt, Ringstcd, girl, 9-4 %'; Mrs Milo Rentz, Algona, medical; Mrs Leo Nurre, Whi'ttemore, girl, 7-9Va; Mrs Gordon Baer, Algona, boy, 6-12;-Mrs Robert Mittag, Algona, girl, 7-10. May 15 — Mrs Elwyn Householder, Algona, girl, 8-3; Darold Hofer, Bode, accident, May 16 — Mrs Lcc Schenck Algona, girl, Mrs R. B WKITTEMORE, IOWA Evening guests of the Eddie Bauers were Mr and Mrs Faye Fche of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Donald Dontje and Debbie of Buffalo Center visited he August Dontje home recent- y. Mr and Mrs David Donljt- and Dale.'called in the evening. The Fritz Smouse family were Sunday supper guests of her orothey and family, the Walter Petersons at Al«ona. Mr and Mrs Morris Lein received word that .their son-in- law, John Bolan had an appendicitis operation Friday, May 15, Mrs Junior Holmke and daughter visited Inn- patents, Mr and Mrs Adolph Krieger Jr. at Will- jams, Iowa intently. She also visited her sister at Williams, her brotheis at Blairsburg and hei grandfather at Webster City, la. Mr and Mrs Edward (Jodired- son, Eugene and Sandy, Mr and Mrs Nels Godfredson, Cecil •"For Business , , • ....Vacation i or Just a Week-end Minutes from everything in Downtown Minneapolis— Bhops, theaters, Auditorium and points of interest. You'll enjoy the New Hotel 'Maryland—where Southern Hospitality jnoved North. Write, urire or phone for reserve*, turn- Very Popular rates. FREE TELEVISION AIR CONDITIONED PARKING FOR GUESTS HOTEL MARYLAND 200 Rooms • 200 tile Baths . lASAtlE AT GRANT • MINNEAPOLIS Investment and Mutual Funds • j f' -.-,.-,'_, WE OFFER AS A|N| EXAMPLE: Affiliated Fund Broad Street Investing Corp. ChSmicarFurid " ' - ' Electronics Investment Corp. 'Fidelity Fund Fundamental Investors • Incbiporated Investors Massachusetts Inv. Trust Minttesoia Fund,'Inc. 1 ,NationalJnveslors Keystone Custodian Funds Wellington, Fund < HANDLING 100 MUTUAL. FUNDS All Offerings ;,'' ; .' ,- '"-'.By "' ' ;; l( \ '. Prbsp'eetos ^LESLIE c. LARSON Ringsled. Iowa PHONE - VOlunieer 6-0648 \ REPRESENTING 'Minneapolis Associates/'Inc.' , 607 Marquette Ave. Minneapolis 2, Minn. WITHOUT OBLIGATION TO ME I WOULD LIKE TO KKOW MORE ABO'UT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES NAME ADDRESS Mail To Leslie Larson, Ringsled, Iowa (or Call- Collect) Waller, Algona, medical. r May 17 — Cynthia Van Allen Algona, medical; Mrs - Joseph Grandgenett, Corwith, , medical Rodney Ricklefs, Algona, roed- •cal; Mrs Gary Carberry, Whitte more, girl, May 18 — Virgil Shackelford, Algona, medical; William Kohl- baas,, Bode, accident; Mrs Fred Traub, Ottosen, boy, 6; Mrs Nor~ bert Hilbert, Wesley, medical: Herman Vaudt, Whittemore medical, May 19 -— Mrs Orval Joseph, Algona, maternity; Kay Agena Algona, surgery; Mrs Ray Thompson, Jr., Rolfe, mediftal. PLATES Mrs D. L, St-anford of Spring Townshp has a collection of 64 plates that she and her husband have' gathered in their travels. These not only include state plates but also pictorial records of places they have visited. iF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT ULATIO DR, D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's Office CY 4*3373 H<jme CY 4,483$ see ONLY MOTEL IN IOWA -TO HAVE COMPLETE OUTDOOR GAS LIGHTING 13 Gaslights Numlje? in the Entire Area Were Instiled J«s$$ Weeljfjid by North Centml Public ServiceiCo, v-t*. t I iOrl A141 <*» ,t * "i* ** . I *". ' J l.i* . i *• * I .** i t f S . -.*„ - . .-U . <Fj.1. 1 ' *. if> ,1,t * i i i

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