i^jiTmn*^^ . i w* t fc^isf.4i.uiS3a5I3 !?'• ' i t jj^^^^fc* ^^flil,* *> •*»****.«•*-*, Irene Opheim Wed June 14 Trinity Lutheran church here was the scene of a wedding June 14 when Irene Louise Opheim became the bride of Orie Petersen, Jr. The • couple's parents are Mr and Mrs Severin Opheim, Whittemore, and Mr and Mrs Orie Petersen, Sr., Burt. Rev. G. J. C. Gerike officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs Florence Brown was organist and Paula Gerike, soloist. Eunice Opheim was maid of honor and Betty Petersen,- bridesmaid. Cindy Opheim was flower girl and Clifford Petersen, ring bearer. Jerry Petersen was best man and Earl Elmore, groomsman. Alvin K»amer and Jan Gardner were ushers. The bride wore a gown of Schiffli embroidered tulle. The full skirt extended into a Cathedral train. The skirt of ruffled - tulle iwas worn over an underskirt of satin. Her fingertip veil fell from a crown of pearls and her jewelry was a single strand, pearl necklace • and pearl earrings. Her flowers were a bouquet of Amerkan Beauty roses. Following the ceremony, a reception was 'held ia the church .parlors. Maxine Opheim kept the guest book and Karen Johnson and Madonna Marlow cul the cake. • Marge Kramer and Agnes Goetz poured and Janet Scuffham and Rose 'Peterson were in charge of the gifts. Also assisting were Sharon Petersen Marlene Black, Eunice Heine and Kay Holcomb. The bride is a graduate of Algona high school and is employed here. The bridegroom is also employed here. After a wedding trip to Yel lowstone Park, Mr and Mrs Petersen will be at home at 402 N. 'Hall in Algona. (Isaacson Photo - UDM Engraving) The Declaration of Independence was 'called a unanimous declaration when it was presented> to the public on July 8, 1776 But it wasn't unanimous unti July 19, when the New York delegation to the Continents Congress announced that ii favored the document. NEW CURRENT RATE ON INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Janice Vinaas Wed June At Ottosen Oltosen — Janice Ann Vinaas, daughter of Mr antf Mrs John vinaas of Ottosen. became the bride of Waldo O. Smeby, son of Mr and Mrs John Smeby of Hanlontown, in a double ring ceremony June 27 at 8 p.m. Rev. H. E. Mountain officiated at the wedding in Trinity Lutheran church. The bride, given in marriage by net* father, wore a floor, length wedding gown of hand clipped rose points lace styled with fitted bodice, long tapered sleeves, pearl and sequin trimmed sabrina neek- line t fulKbouffant skirl of tulle with an overskirt of net over taffeta. The bride's fingertip veil of pure silk illusion tulle with hand rolled edges was held by an open work crown of lace and pleated tulle sequin trimmed and edged with pearls. She carried a white prayer book with a bouquet of pink roses. Her only jewelry was a cultured pearl and diamond pendant necklace, a gift of the bridegroom. Mrs John Larson was matron of honor and Viola Smeby and Barbara Lee were bridesmaids. Susan Lee was flower girl and candlelighters were Ileen Johnson and Kaye Thompson. Royden Smeby was best man, and John Larson and Byron Smeby were groomsmen. Tommy " Lee was ringbearer. Ushers were Alf Lee, Terry Lee and Junior and Glenn Smeby. Mrs Merle Holt played the tradtional nuptial music and accompanied Martha Usher, soloist. A reception for 200 guests followed the ceremony in the church parlors. Dining room hosts were Mr and Mrs Donald Larson. Mrs Roger Madson was in charge of the guest book. Mrs Stanley Lee and Mrs Dennis Lee served the punch. The four tiered square wedding cake topped with frosted wedding bells was iced in white with pink trim, and encircled with greenery. Pink candles stood at each side of the cake. The cake was cut and served by Mrs Royden Smeby and Mrs Wilbur Tesch. Mrs Alf Lee and Mrs Conrad Johnson poured coffee. Mrs Arlan Schar- berg and Mrs Allan Watnem were in charge of gifts. Waitresses were Onalee Daniel Beverly Nash, Priscilla Holt and Wanda Jacobson. Hostesses'were Mrs Ivan Evenson, Mrs Magnus Bratland, Miss Margaret Holt .Mrs Jake Ryg and Mrs Donald Usher. The bride .attended Waldof College at Forest City and the groom a graduate of Luther College, will attend the University of Iowa this fall. THERE WAS A PERIOD IN THIS country's history, as the various territories were being opfenod, when there wn.i a Wedding For Swea Couple Held June 13 Dividends Paid Semi-Annually or Compounded One of Iowa's Older and Larger Loan Associations Assets now Over '$12,000,000.00 In 42 years this trustworthy institution, has never missed a dividend nor have its doors ever been closed except during the bank holiday. . . N Its savings accounts are held by investors throughout the United States and Canada. Each account is insured to $10,000.00 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. A number of accounts may be arranged to provide insurance for all of them. and insured FUNDS PLACED BY THE TENTH OF ANY MONTH EARN FROM THE FIRST OF THE MONTH. CONVENIENT POSTAGE FREE MAIL SERVICE. ASSETS OVER TWELVE MILLION DOLLARS. _ Founded in 1917 HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGONA, IOWA N ing nt jt 163 REAL BARGAINS IN GOOD USED TYPEWRITERS $35,00 L, C. SMITH UPRIGHT . FINE SHAPE $39.95 ROYAL PORT. REAL CLEAN READY TO GO $32.50 UNDERWOOD UPRIGHT ONE OWNER SEE THEM NOW AT Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. HI E. Call CY 4*535 ALGONA, IOWA . wild west. Serious historians tell •. Us that it lasted only four or five years in each geographical location and then low nnd order tool over. Homes were established, .f&rrns nnd industries began nnt the Indians lived peaceably on refsoi -vulions or side by side? wit their white brothers. All remained pretty quiet until TV with Adult Westerns came along. Now the West is renllv wild again. • • * * IT PROBABLY DID TAKE QUITE n few brnvc pioneers on our frontiers, and there were probably ;ils<> quite u few crooks who tried to move in on a good thing quickly. The traits might very well have been combined in the very same people. Undoubtedly it took marshals to calm things down ;i hit, and I would be willing to concede that there were sortib"' gun-fights. But if there was as much 'gunsmoke in the real wild west us there is on present-day TV, there wouldn't be anybody left to settle the frontier — settler, sheep or cow man, law man, crook, pure sweet pioneer maidens or saloon girls with gaudy exteriors 'hiding hearts of gold. And there wouldn't be enough red-skins left to populate a decent sized reservation. » * * THE WILD WEST WAS SIMPLER when I was n kid. Despite the suspicions of our offspring, I didn't live in the rcul one, but '. was a dyed-in-the-wool western fun. In my day, the Wild West vvas cowboy movies and whenevei 1 1 had the ten cents for the .icket I went to the Saturday matinee. It was Hoot Gibson, Tom Vlix and Ken Maynard, and although today I can't pair the horses, ony, Silver King and Tar/.nn with the right cowboys, then anybody who couldn't do so was considered unspeakably ignorant. The hero always got the girl in those days, but he was even fonder of his lorse, and the most brilliant piece of conversation I can remember is, "They went thata-way." * * * I WAS A LITTLE DISAPPOINTED on my first trip to as far west as I've ever been—South Dakota. The farmers called their places, ranches, there were some cows with brands on them, and a few very tame Indians. But the people we knew planted corn and oats and,wheat, just as they did here in Iowa and the only gunsmoke I saw was when Grandpa shot that prairie chicken. + * * • WHEN OUR KIDS WERE LITTLE they followed westerns, too. I don't know how many cowboy hats and two gun holsters we bought Bill' for birthdays and Christmas and he was forever hankering for a pair of real cowboy boots. Because of his growing feet we settled for low-heeled ones, and it may be that this will be one of the things he will confess on a physchiatrist's couch as pnrenta frustration. But we went along with him on the rest, of the western stuff. He idolized Gene Autry, Roy Rodgers and the Lone Rangei at the movies, over the radio, and later'on television. They were stil going "thata-way", but something new had been added. The cowboys sang as they rode along. There was full orchestral accompanimen out there on the prairie, and once in a while the hero strummec some of his guitar, as they gathered around the campfire. * * * TODAY, THE ADULT WESTERNS HAVE some plot to them. At least that's the way they are billed. The hero shows a great deal more fondness for the girl than he docs his horse but he hardly ever gets her at the end. If he did they would probably have Thurtdny, July 9, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper D« Mefftit*3 to live week's plot." eve] . ,. a j se w j l | 1 ve noticed this too, about Adult Westerns. The girl School Picnic Held The Center school picnic was held at the Commercial Club building Sunday with thirty-six present. Lenhard Holden was elected president and Mrs Oliver Kinseth secretary - treasurer. Lenhard Holden showed the group his European pictures.. Two members were celebrating wedding anniversaries. The Ross Hanovers of Ames had been married 46 years and Mr and Mrs Clarence Reese of Humboldt did not attend as they had open house on their golden wedding. The Jacobson family reunion was held at Spencer Sunday with 85 present. Attending from here were Mrs'Bartha Jacobson, Arlan and Wanda, Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrspann and family, Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family and Mr and Mrs Earl Olson. ' Mr and Mrs Fred Kampen and family were Sunday visitors at the Leo Ludwig's at West Bend. Donald Newt9n was honored at a farewell picnic Saturday evening at his home. Attending were Mr and Mrs Lester Newton and family, Mr and Mrs James Lenning and boys, Mr and Mrs Helmer Lenning and boys and Mr and Mrs Jack Newton a.nd girls from Humboldt, Mrs Tillie Lenning from Dakota City, and Miss Norma Klein of Livermore. Mrs Dorothy Engebirtson has returned to live in her home after spending several months with her son and wife, Mr and Mrs Engebritson at Cedar Rapids. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and Tepry and Mr and Mrs Le Roy Worby and daughters attended the Halsrud family reunion at Rolfe Sunday. Mr and Mrs Donald Struthers, Kenyon and Roger of Rochester, Mich., spent the week with his parents Mr and Mrs Watson Struthers, Mrs Richard Kropf and daughters of Ruthven were Wednesday afternoon visitors at the: Eugene Struthers home. doesn't necessarily have t.o be pure, lily-white anymore. Sometimes she's a clance-hall babe, aflen she's a daughter of the pioneers with quite a few ulterior motives, and, in the case of my favorite lady on "Maverick", Samantha, an all-out adventuress who keeps both Brett and Bart jumping to outsmart. + * * INDIANS, ON ADULT WESTERNS. STILL go on the warpath and they occasionally scalp some paleface. But now its shown that the Indians were usually done wrong by first and in spite of yourself, you get to feeling sympathetic toward them. As represented on TV, the Law is always right, but th'ere is some grounds for suspicion that in the real wild west, there were some marshalls who were almost as bad as the crooks. * * * THE MEN AT OUR HOUSE thoroughly enjoy Adult Westerns. I like a few of them myself, but there are simply too many of them. The thing to do, it seems to me is to combine some of the shows. We could put together the ones featuring weapons in the titles and have, "Have Colt 45; Will Travel with a Rifleman making Gunsmoke with a Restless Gun." The ones with the different locales could be combined into a sort of travelogue entitled, "Wagon Train to Cheyenne, Tombstone Territory with The Texan wearing, Buckskin, Boots and Saddle, with Rawhide". "Wyatt Earp" could team up with, "The Lawman", "Bat Masterson", "Yansey Derringer" into a kind of frontier Sheriff's Association and hang out joint "Wanted, Dead or Alive", posters. Then we'd have only three or four Adult Westerns and I could stand that and still have time for "What's My Line" and "Gary Mopre". Or I might even get around to reading more books! At any rate, podner, I'd be willing to bet a couple of pokes of gold dust, that if any of the real old time western people—marshalls or crooks, settlers or cowboys, pioneers or Indians—could arise from their graves and look in on one week's programming of present-day television, they'd die laughing at the way they are portrayed! * * * THIS WEEK'S RECIPE comes from Celia Dahlhauser who got it from Elva Hall who got it, I don't know where. It's for Cherry Pie Supreme. Crust 18 Graham crackers Vs cup sugar a /4 cup soft butter. Combine ingredients, press on bottom and sides of 9" pie pan and bake 8 minutes at 375 degrees. Cool before adding filling. Filling 1, 8 oz. pkg. cream cheese l k cup powdered sugar 1 cup heavy cream, whipped 1" can prepared cherry pie filling Leave cream cheese at room temperature until nicely softened, then cream with powdered sugar. Fold in whipped cream and spread this mixture on bottom of pie shell. Cool well. On top of this pour prepared cherry pie filling. At serving time, top with more Swea CHy — Don Ann Swnn- son arid Dunne Jensen were irmr ried at the First Methodist rhurd in Swrn City June- 13 by Rf-v S H. Hammer. The parents of HIP cottplo nro Mr and Mrs Denn Swimson nm Mr and Mrs Mnynard Jensen al of Swon City. Nuntinl musie was played h Mrs Thomas Preston on the orgm She nlsn accompanied Wnlle Peterson and Donald Olleism soloists. The bride was Riven in mm •inge by her father at the double •ing ceremony. She ehose us hi wedding gown a enndlelinht whit silk organza with n bodice of n mbroidcred french nlecon Im The neckline wns scalloped am .he short sleeves were aeconti with mitts of silk organ/.n. Tl skirt with a chapel length tin A'tis accented with a butterf now al the buck. Her bend piece was made of seed pearls in a princess crown, it was scalloped and in each was a tear drop pearl. The veil was finger lip. Her only jewel i y was a pearl necklace and earrings, \\ gift of the bridegroom. She carried a bouquet of pink and while roses centered with the. happiness rose. Maid of Honor was Clarice Hove, was briclesmnlron, Mrs David Earp was bridemntron and Robyn Kay Swanson, was junior bridesmaid. The flower girl was Mary Jo Swanson. Candle lighters were Gloria Swtmson and Janice Angle. Bcstmnn was Lynn Griener, grSbmsmen were Thomas Preston and Ronald Linde. Ushers wore Irving Valvick and James Preston. Wally Bocver carried the rings on a pillow. Immediately following the ceremony a reception for 225 guests was held in the church with Jane Thoreson as hostess and Donnie Otterson as host. The five-tier wedding cnke, baked and decorated by Mrs Crowlcy. was served by Mrs Jenn Tague, Mrs John Kelly and Mrs Ai Nelson. Betty Clark and Elaine Swanson served punch. Mrs Maurice Holland and Mrs Kenneth Anderson poured coffee and waitresses included Elaine Blomsteron, Mrs Durwood Gidclings, Marilyn Nelson, Mrs David Dontji, Karen Faugusl and Janet Anderson. Mrs Donald Limning had charge of the guest' book. Mrs John Cordes had charge of opening and displaying the gifts. She was assisted by Janet Thoreson and Moreno Twait. The couple left on a short trip lo-the Black Hills. They are now at home here. Mr Jensen is working for the Service as bookkeeper, Mrs enaeh will teach the second rmlt> in thp Lnkotn school this all. Both young people graduated rwn the Swen City Community School. Engagement Announced • Mr find Mrs William A. Beck mriounce the engagement of thtMr laughter, Sandra Hose, to Alvin Mchnrtlson, Jr., son of Mr and VIrs Alvin Hichnrdson, Sr., nil of Swen City. No dnte has been set 'or the wedding. A coin shower was held at the Ernest Godfredson home of Al* ' gona Thursday evening honoring Curtis Myers, infant son of Mr . and Mrs Collftt Myers. The Neve family reunion was held in the Lutheran Hall Sun- d6.v Mrs Anna Dahl and Mrsj Tony Anderson of Swea CitV and Peter Neve, of Kenmare, N. Dakota, Mrs Martha Calson, Rev. A. V. Neve anrl wife of Blair, Nebraska, George Ne^e of Ringsted, Mrs C. A. Vammen and Rev. Viimmen of Oaks, Okla. and Mrs Eleanor SamueJsen of Des Moines sue the brothers and sisters who enjoyed the picnic together. SPEAKING Hey Lady! Are You Leading A Dog's Life Doing The Family Washing? If you think you are now . . . just wait 'til there's snow on the ground and it's good and cold. That's when your clothes drying problem gets really rough, and you know it! Better see about getting a new electric clothes dryer. Cheaper to buy, easier to maintain, and more economical to operate. And remember ... ELECTRICITY IS ALWAYS PENNY- CHEAP I I ! Algona Municipal Utilities Phone £Y 4-2333 i ** AM LEDYARD By Mrs D, B. Mayer whipped cream. —GRACE. EY KIDS IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN TO MUSICLAND "Way Out" YOU'RE Mr and 'Mrs Wdlliam Fennema spent Sunday and Monday visiting Mrs Fennema's parents, Mr 'and Mrs J. Bailey in Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs Ralph Johnson, Mr and Mrs Roger .Goetz and children and Mr and Mrs Art Wirtjes and daughters of Lakota were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs Gertie Little in Guckeen, Minn, Mrs Zilphy Hardt accompanied Mr and Mrs Elmer .Anderson of Elmore to Ames on Sunday to help Mrs Quejitin Hardt celebrate her birthday. • The annual Brandt reunion was held Sunday at the Blue Earth Fairgrounds. There were 65 present. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Br-andt anci boys, Mr and Mrs Art (Brandt and family, Mr and Mrs Walter Vereile and boys all of Elmore, Mr and Mrs Weldon Brandt, Mr and Mrs Wayne Jorgenson and family, Fred Brandt, Mr and Mrs John Tobin and family and Frank Deim, all of Swea City, Mr and Mrs James Brack and sons of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs Warren Smidt, Titonka, Mr and Mrs Marlyn Brandt and Jeffrey, Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder and Russell, Mrs Martha Schroeder and Barbara, all of Ledyard. Mrs Hazel Carpenter went to Granada 'on Monday to attend a birthday party for Mrs Charles Intlekofer. Mr and Mrs Harold Herzog and family, Mr and Mrs Ted Green and Roger, 'Mrs Green and Ellwood of Ledyard and*Mr and Mrs John Rosenberg of Fairmont attended the Krueger-Herzog reunion at (Harriman park in Hampton on Sunday, Lt. Col. Lou Conway and children, who have just -returned from two years service in Hawaii, visited last week at the William Fennema home. Mrs Gertie Little of Guckeen, Minn, visited on Wednesday afternoon at the home of 'Mrs Henrietta Dontje and at the Ralph .Johnson home. MIMEOGRAPH STENCILS AND TAX CALCULATORS at Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. 66 Mr and Mrs H. A: Hanssen of Aplington recently observed their 66th wedding anniversary. The couple has four children, eight- grandchildren and 13 great- grandchildren. How to liven up a lunch box Meat-cheese—egg—almost any kind of sandwich tastes new ana wonderful when you use Miracle Sandwich Spread. 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