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Swine Show At State Fair To Offer $23,000 A 1959 Natiohal Swine Sh6w, with.over- $23,000 in cash awards to be made for prize hogs from all parts of the United S'.ates, was announced today in final plans for the show .-at this year's Iowa Stale Fair. Dates of the event will be Aug 28 - Sept. 6. Over 3,500 hogs, re presenting nine major breeds of swine will compete in the show. In addition lo cash prizes' ol $2,03.5 each in the Poland China, Duroc, Chester White, Spotted Poland China, Hampshire, Berkshire and Yorkshire, breeds, $!,• 386 each will also be offered in awards to Tamworlhs a'nd Land- face, and $4,335 for market bar rows. A swine carcass conies', will offer an additional $1,425 in awards, while a junior competition for Iowa youngsters onlv will offer $3,846 for 4-H pigs and $3,294 for FFA pigs. Corinne Zwiefel Is Wecf Glair Blossom INDEPENDENCE 1 DAY The great national holiday of the American people held on July 4th com me- ,m o r a tes the birth of I the Repub-v lie. It re|calls 'the the Declaration of Ind e p e n- d e n c e. which was adopted by twelve of i the states . i on that •"•"Mate in 1776. Within a few years it began to be celebrated as the day oi national deliverance, a holiday solemnized by pomp and parade and featuring patriotic oratory. Everybody seems to be sold on that idea lhai vacation is a most important time for them. We are in a position to provide you with Vacation Trip Insurance. See us about it today and find all the advantages it offers. Blossom In surance Agency, 109 No. Dodge Street, Algona. Phone CYpress 4-2735. i. Titonka — Corrine Kaye Zwie- 'el, daughter of Mr and Mrs'Earl Swiefel, Titonka, became the Dride of Wilford F. Johnson, son of Mr and Mrs Joe A. Johnson, Albert Lea, in a beautiful wedding June 7 at 3:30 p.m. in the Titonka Methodist church. Rev. Max Goldman performed the double ring ceremony. Lora Wil- lemssen, friend of the bride, was organist .and accompanied' Kenneth Loats of ^Mankato, Minn., soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of Schiffli embroidered sheer nylon organza. The fitted bodice featured a scalloped Sabrina neckline and short cap sleeves.with button back and nylon gauntlets. The full scalloped embroidered skirt - was intermission length with a graceful chapel sweep train. A fingertip-length veil of French silk illusion fell from a dainty pearl crown. She wore a pearl neckJace and. earrings, gift of the bridegroom and carried a cascade bouquet of orchids and stephanotis. Barbara Ringsdorf, Titonka, was bridesmaid, Harold Edwards of Hollandale, Minn, was best man, and ushers were Jerry John. son of Albert Lea v and Kerrnit Zwiefel, Following the ceremony a reception for 150 guests was held in .the church Fellowship .Hall. Mrs Harold Edwards of Hollandale, Minn, had charge of the guest boolc. Dinning room host and hostess were. Mr and Mrs Gerald Huber, Burl. Julia Wubben, Wesley, Dawn Beenken, Algona, and Lennice Bilsborough opened and displayed Ihe gifls. The five-liered wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs Maurice Bilsborough, Tilonka, and Mrs Victor Hanson of Albert Big 4th of July Fireworks Display Along With Our 7 Card Stock ,Car Race Program 2 FREE BICYCLES Plus Numerous Smaller Items Don't Fail To See The Hundreds of Dollars in Fireworks and RACING PROGRAM Bring the whole family for a Thrilling Weekend of Racing WRIGHT COUNTY RACEWAYS Junction Hwys. 3 & 69 Clarion, Iowa Lea. Pouring at the tea table were Mrs Raymond Johnson ol Minneapolis and Mrs Marold Schlei of iFenton. Waiters were Arlen Bilsborough of Ames, anc Lowell and Claude Bilsborough Titonka. The bride, a graduate of Titonka high school and iMankato Commercial College, is employee at Austin, Minn. The bridegroom is engaged in part-time teach ing. He is a graduate of th< Mankato Commercial Collegi and also attended Mankato Stall Teachers College and the Minne sota. School of Business in Min neapolis. After a wedding trip lo northern Minnesota they .will be at home at Austin. (Nels Isaacson Photo - UDM Engraving) Mrs Lucille Z&rfass hai had ft' guest her sister, Mrs Irmtt AH wogji!, Redliekl. Mr and Mrs Leon Laird sport: Sunday at Aim"? with Mr and Mr.- l-'rrrl Schneider. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reindafr had Mr and Mrs Sidney Dephousc of Muski'uon, Mich., as wi-ekem guests. Mr and Mrs Dsan Partott r-u children spent Sunday at Myr.tic with the parents, Mr and Mrs Giib-rt Porter. Mrs Harvoy Johnson has join ed her husband at Dos Moine* where he had surgery Tuesday at Veterans hospital. / Mr and Mrs V. K. Rising have had as Ruesl Ihcir son Jon's fiancee, Jan Raduenx., of Lucan, Minn . Mrs Den Price of Sioux Cm is coming 1 this week to spc,nd some time with her mother, Mrs Mildred Putz. Mrs Marie Kunz and her cou- in, Esther Burke, left Sunday, in a vacation of several days to- Colorado Springs and Denver. Colo. Mr and Mrs Roqer Phillips and Mr and Mrs R. W. Anderson returned Sunday from a vacation of; week spent in northern Winne- peg, Canada and Duluth, Minn. Sandra Phillips is employed at Younkers in Des Moines and will be home to spend the July 4lh weekend wilh her parents, Mr and Mrs Grady Phillips. Mr and Mrs A. L. Rochleau became the parents of a son born. Sunday al St. Ann hospital. He has been named Steven Lee and has a sister Kristine, 3Mj. Mr and Mrs Roy McMahon plan lo have their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs James Chapman and little son Michael, Eagle.. Grove, as July Fourth weekend guests. Mr and Mrs Murl Potter, their Wava Woodward Is on n twrt \\-fpk vacation and is visiting n rou:;in in Washington, D. C. Mr and Mrs Howard Bcnrdsley f cct-ntly visited their son Tun Imd family at Cedar Rapids. • Mr and Mrs C. B. Muriagh have ;is guesls their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Thomas H. Kruse and children Tommy, Carolyn and Juan. They arc home on leave following two years in Colombo. Ceylon where Mi Krusf was wilh tho United States information service. Mrs Kruse is the former Deity Murlafih. The 'family is also visiting Mrs Kruse's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Theo-.lorc Hutchison. Jim Chuhh, con of MM Phllom- enn Quinn Chubb and the late Peter Chubb, is horc from Santa Monica, Cnlif., and spendinK thf rest of the summer with relatives, Mr and Mrs Joel Horbsl. Mrs Ethel Chubb, Mr and Mr.« Rdy Christensen and Dr. and Mrs Ro'bert Uewel. He was graduated from college early in June. The guest and Mr and Mrs Herbst are going to the Hrrbst cottage at the Okobojis and spend the July Fourth weekend. . Mr and Mrr Phil RohhV hnv6 been visited by their son, Dean of Washington, D. C. and their daughter, Anita Rose of Minneapolis. Dean is district manager for the United Motors Thursday, July 1, 1959 Algona Portland Twp. By Mrt. Victor Fitch Service, n division of General Motors Curpni'Mlioii. Ho made tlii 1 trip to Minneapolis via pin no and was joined by his sister fni the trip here. Another sister, Mrs Dule Hrnnd, cnmt-i from Clnr ion and all spent the Fathers I)ay weekend ;it the parental Ijome. LEAF The Dale Diet/ family o Decorah have a rluibarb leaf thai measures 41 by 32 mehes and the stalk is binder iinfund than the handk' of a baseball bat. A family get-together was hold it the Portland community hall June 20 Those attending were Mr and Mrs Rny Fitch. Mr and Mrs Victor Filch, Korene and ludy, Mr and Mrs Chester Fiv 1 and family, Mi and Mrs H ir<>' Fitch of flpnwick, Mr and Mis Martin Zimmerman and family of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Arnold Danielsen and family <>? Aluntia and Mi and Mrs Time Harms and family of Tilonka. Mrs For bus Stilt/. Gregory and David and daughter and son-in- law, Mr and Mrs Orin Beardsloy, all of I.uVnne were Friday t-ve- onij! c.ui'sls at the Hay Filch home l.ivant Mnore and girls and Leona HiKise were (tfonic guests callers at the Bet-ftaM Charles Phelps home. They alsd called at the Tony Jandl house Barbara Ringsdori spent Tuesday nigbt with Mrs Tracy Stone. Korene Fitch visited Fedelis• and Clista Dankbar at : Baftcroft Monday. Mr and Mrs Marvin Markxw and family of Bancroft were guesM at, the P. W. Marlow home Sunday. Mr and Mr- Trw ~lnne an Ricky. I', rb.:.M '•'< ••:..> >rt _ an.' Oeorite "'.'••.,.n'n iiau .» picnic as Iowa Lake' Sunday. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family spent Sunday afternoon at Iowa Lake Mr urid Mrs C. L. Young, Mr and Mrs J'-sso Harms and Mr and Mrs Edmund Larson were among those from Portland attending the wedding of Ardilh Schutter and David Buffington Saturday evening at Titonka. Mr ;md Mrs Wendell Christensen and daughter went to West Concord, Minn, where they visit* ed the Wilbur Christensens and of the (.'lair Moore's at Dolliver. attended the Bentley family re- Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps wcio union. afternoon guests. I "Work, it sperns, often has Mr anri Mrs Carl Watson and i a way of getting in the way daughters of Britl were Satur- of one's recreation." Gems From Diamond's Honored At Seneca Shower Seneca — Mrs Alexander Rub- no, nee Marilyn Taylor, was nonored at a post-nuplial shower Salurday evening al Ihe Seneca school. Mrs Irvin Luedlke of Fe'nlon had charge of the guest book. Corsages were presented to the honored guest, her mother Mrs Woodrow Kracht, her grandmother, Mrs Doege of Algona also Mrs Roger Taylor, Mn Irvin Luedtke and Mrs Hugh Williams of Tilonka. Mrs Everett Wilham announced the following program: Ballet and tap dance numbers by Cand'ice Vaudl, vocal selec tions by Carol Hanisch who ac companied herself on the guitar and a guessing game.. The bride then opened he gifts. She was assisted by Mr Irvin Luedtke of Fenlon anc Mrs Roger Taylor of Des Moines. Refreshments were served at a table beautifully decorated wilh bride dolls and candelabra and carried out in the bride's chosen colors of pink and blue. Mrs Hugh Williams of Titonka presided at the silver service. Hostesses included Mrs Siebold Lead, Zinc, and Tilaniam [WHITF EXTERIOR PAINT 99 Reg. $5,50 Value 5 GALLON PAIL ONLY $18.88 Gallon • .v*^k;&£S(:^^ k »M|B»}* •4- Leader All-Purpose WHITE PAINT Perfect foi fences, out 4A - 39 buildings, or primer M* Gallon coat, ^^ wwnvii i GALLON LOTS —„ ,- $11.25 SYMPHONY IN COLOR HARMONY RUBBER LATEX WALL PAINT Behrends of Humboldt, M r s Everett Witham, Mrs John Johannesen, Miss Theresa Stelflug, Mrs Riissel Kauffman, Mrs Norbert Thilges, Mrs Verle Smith, Mrs Calvin Vaudl, Mrs John Struecker,' Mrs Irvin Luedtke, Mrs Irvin Votteler, Mrs Robert Fontney, Mrs Kenneth Cook of Bunt. Mrs Hugh Williams of Titonka and 'Mrs Roger Taylor of Des Moines. son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Tom Potter and little daughter and Tom Reid plan to spend the July Fourth weekend in their cottage at Spirit Lake. The State convention of V.F.W. was held at Mason Cily June 28. Attending from Algona were Mind Mrs Jim Utl, Mr and Mrs Ed Nolfe, Mr and Mrs Bob Schoby, im Kelly and Wilbur Zeigler Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen Tad as guests Sunday the latter's Drother-in-law and sister, Mr and VIrs Alvin S. Carr, Ireton, and fir arid Mrs G'afmer Ewen, Am- joy, Minn. Mr and Mrs Donald Craig and children. Michael, Zoe Ann and Donald of East Peoria, 111. have concluded a 10 day visit here with the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Bowman, Sr. Mr and Mrs Russell Pickett were visited Sunday by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs W. D. Hemmingson, Des Moines, who also visited the father and mother, Mr arid Mrs Matt Kapp. Mr and Mrs Eugene Muriagh are at their cottage at the Oko- bojis and have as guests their son-in-law and daughter, Lt. Richard Thoresqn and Mrs Thoreson and daughter Becky of Santa Ana, Calif. Mr and Mrs J. I. Merryman have had their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs J. E. Kaldun of Minneapolis as guests. With them they spent Sunday at the Okobojis with Mr and Mrs James Merryman at their cottage. Mr and Mrs H. W. Pletch visited their son-in-law and daughter, Lt. and Mrs John Clayton at Lawton, Okla., last week. William Pletch came from Waterloo to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs H. W Pletch. Mrs Marian LaBarre and children have returned from Keokuk where they visited the parents Mr and Mrs C. B. Schouten. Sunday they drove to the Okobojis and were accompanied by Mrs W J. Payne. The son Brian La Pries in minutes. Truly a beautiful paint to work with 6.id see, ai $6.00, 3 99 Gallon SUPER BRIGHT RiD OUTSIDE BARN PAINT 99 Gallpn 5 GALLON PAW. ONk 4-H Members To Judge Cattle At Spencer 4-H members will judge dairy cattle at the Herman Bosworth farm Thursday evening, July 2 Club members interested in learning the fundamentals of selecting daily cattle are invited to attend. A class of Guernsey cows and class of heifers will be placed and discussed. Members fourteen years of age interested in representing the county al the AH Breed Dairy Show at Spencer, July 7, will have an apport- unity to practice writing reasons at the Extension Office following the judging workout. Thomas Jefferson is remembered, most as the author of th Declaration of Independence However, he was also the fore most American architect of hi: time, a translator of Greek plays a violinist and the inventor o the dumbwaiter and the swive chair. Barre was left a;t Caihp Foster Allen Reid, son of Mr and Mr Harvey Reid, has gone to Bui- bank, Ca ; lif., and is employed with Roger Sorensen who operates a Chevrolet garage. Mrs leid accompanied him as far as Denver, Colo, and a friend, Ro- jerl Junk, accompanied him from here. Mr and Mrs Harry Bruner came from Gilmore City June 20 to visit their son and daughter-maw, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Bruner and lo celebrate the younger Mrs Bruner's birthday. A picnic supper and barbecue was held in Ihe yard at their home, the aparl- ment of Mrs Margaret Reid, mother of the honoree, who was also in attendance. Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn had as last weekend guests Mr and Mrs Richard Sperry, Mr and Mrs M. C. Prieskorn and Mr and Mrs Robert Koll and daughter, all of Fort Dodge. Mrs Don Prieskorn and son Mark are leaving Wednesday for the Okobojis where they hav§ taken a cottage for a month. Mr Prieskorn will commute weekends. Mr and Mrs Adrian Sterling -ire being visited by their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mr> otanley Miller and the lalter'f "hilr'ven. Virginia and John Frankl of Costa Mesa, Cal. The> have been joined here by the sister, Diane Frankl, Elkader, anc the children have also visited the parental grandmother, Mrs Mamie Frank'l. 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