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four Couples Get Licenses To Wed Here Four wedding licenses were issued by .County Clerk Alma Pearson - during the past week. They went to: July 6 — Homer L: Blake and Leone Kirk, Albert Lea, Minn. July 7 —* Calvin Bredlow, Garner, and Myrna Risius. Buffalo Center. July 8 — Dwayne Tobey, Fort podge, and Rebecca Stripling, Luyerne; and William J. Kenne. Irvirtgtoti, and Jeanette Faber, Algona. Joins Law Firm" Russell Buchanan has - an flounced that Vern L. McClure, 33, will join the Buchanan law firm July 15. McClure is a native of Traer and a graduate of the University . of Iowa law school He farmed for six years and then entered service. He attended the university under the GI bill following, his discharge from service. He is married and has one child.' Whittemore Man Home; Had Bout With Virus Whiiierhore -* Art Heldenwith, correspoftdeht for the Algeria Upper Beg MoineS ai Whittemore, returned to his home re* centljr following a two-week hos* pitalization in Lutheran hospital at Font Dodge. Mr Heidenwith had accumulated a large stone which had to be removed after he became ill June 16. Soon aftefy he contacted virus pneumonia which" extended his stay at the hospital. He was released July S and is again up and around. Mrs Richard Potratz and Mrs August Vaudt Jr< are patients irt the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith entered the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Monday for observation. Mrs Louis Wehrspann is a surgical patient in Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Erwin Siefns left Sunday for Rochester, Minn, where he will go through the Mayo Clinic Seneca Man Wee/ June 20 ST. JOE By Mrs Syl The annual family picnic sponsored by the Knights of Columbus and the Catholic Daughters will ho hold on St. Joseph's parish grounds Sunday noon, July in. Cnffop and ice cream will he furnished. On Saturday, July 18, at 9:30 run. in St, Cccolln's Catholic Church, Algjjnn. Jeanettc Fnber of Algona, muightor of Mr and Mrs Alvin Fnber of Dnssol. Minn, will boeoine the bride of William Kcnno, son of Mr nnd Mrs T<x> TtfWtP of St. .TiMfpV.i pnrinh. Judy Wngnor, Ro«nlrr> Reding ind Joanne Reding roturnea home Monday from weekend onl in Milwaukee, Wis. with Rlnine Wngnor and nllontlod hull Rntnos and got from 17 Dodfjpr plftyors. Donnie Kirsch, son of Mr nnd Mrs CJornUl Klrsoh of Wcsloy ( spent Inst week here with his maternal grandparents, Mr nnd Mrs Alfred Reding. Committee in charge of K. C. nnd C. D. A. Family picnic on Silndny noon, July lf)th, will bo Mr nnd Mrs Reinnld Stilx, Mr and Mrs Delmer 1'lathe, Mr nnd Mrs Bill McCJuire, Mrs Mnrtin Friders, Mrs Kenneth Groin, Mrs Connie Kohlhnns, Ray Thilgcs nnd Anton Weydort. Mr nnd Mrs Tom Becker of Thtmdoy, July 16, 195» Algeno (to.) Upp«f P«* Wesley, formerly both from this community, were gtveh a 25th wedding party in sufpriso anniversary their home July 10. from here attending wore Mr and Mrs Anton Becker, Mr nnd Mrs Frank HHtoert, Mf and Mrs Tori Hllbert, Mr and ..__ Jfcugene Tftitd, Sfr add Mn Albert Becker, Jew and DofmiA Becker. .^^ The evening was spent at cards and socially aftd lumh brought by the guests was setv* ed. The honoree's received feifta in remembrance of the occasion. WUR OFF'N BEETIN' PATH WE COT THUH .... BUT Two! CUZ YUH KNOW, WUR BUT THAT DON'T MEEN NUTHIN... WE MIGHT BE EAST OF THU KORTHOUSE FRYDAY - IT'S RIDIKALUS DAY - IN ALGONA - AN' WUR RIDIKALUS ! FURNICHUR WEST OF TH' KORTHAUS Seneca — The marriage of Elaind Wischhoff, daughter of Mr and Mrs Milton J. Wischhoff of Oregon, Wis., to Richard Looft, son of Mr and Mrs Henry E. Looft of Fenton, was solemnized June 20 at St. John's Lutheran church at Oregon, Wis. The double ring ceremony < was performed by the-" Rev. Immanuel Potersen. The bride's father gave her in marriage. Mrs Orrill Ferguson provided the nuptial music on the organ and also accompanied the soloist, Noel Petersen. The bride was attractively gowned in a floor length white cotton satin gown, fashioned With a full skirt, and an embroidered bodice dipping to a V in the back, and cap sleeves. She wore matching embroidered gauntlets and a pearl necklace and earrings, a gift from the bridegroom. Her Queen Ann's cap of lace and pearls caugM her silk illusion fingertip veil. Her bridal bouquet was a crescent of white carnations, stephanotis and pompoms. She was attended by Hildegarde Grevstad, maid of honor. Karen Robertson was bridesmaid and Susan Wischhoff was flower girl. The bridegroom was attended by John H. Looft, best man, and David Loof>t was groomsman. Ushers were Dr. Milton J. Wisch- hoff Jr., John Wischhoff, B. M. Drake and Merton Drake. Following the service a reception was held in the church parlors and later a buffet supper Was served at the home of the bride's parents. Mr and 'Mrs Looft left for northern Wisconsin and Canada and on their return will make their home in Des Moines. Mrs Looft is a graduate of Luther College. Mr Looft is a graduate of Luther College, spent two years in the army "and is employed at Des Moines. The bride then wns presented with her shower gifts arranged on a table beautifully decorated with roses nnd pink ribbon bows. She was assisted in opening her Mary Ellen Shore Is Wed To Davenport Man June 28 St. Thomas Episcopal ehurch was the scene of n wedding Sunday nPlornoon. Jufio 28, when Mary Ellen Shore became the bride of Jerrold B. Moon of Davenport. The bride is a daughter of Mr nnd Mrs Glenn J. Shore gifts by cousins of the groom, Kaithryn Johanneseri and Lois Wilberg. LiUle Delana Voetitler tucked the ribbons and boWS in a pink ruffled tulle pillow., Janice Osborn, Marilyn Jonah?, nesen nnd Marlene Jensen 'also assisted with the receiving and displaying of the gifts. Refreshments were 'served. Hostesses included Mrs Fred Johannesen, Mrs John Johannesen, Mrs Hester Osborn, Mrs Lylo England, Mrs Lawrence Johannesen, Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Leo Fox, Mrs Martin Wilberg, Mrs Morris Johannesen, Mrs Russell Kauffman, Mrs La Velle Kauffman Swensen, Mrs Roger : Osborn, Mrs Enrl Crouch, Mrs Clarence Osborn, Mr,s Ole Pedersen, Mrs Calvin Vaudt, Mrs Otto Wilberg, Mrs Curtis Olsen, Mrs Olaf ORedahl, Mrs Hans Thompson* Mrs Cassie Klocko, Mrs Irvin Nielsen, Mrs Everett Wilham, Mrs Charles Beaver, Mrs Carl Nielsen and Mrs Charles Osborn. Mr and Mrs Jerry Beaver and daughter Laurie who have been visiting at the Charles Beaver and Curtis Olsen homes and with other relatives and friends during the past two weeks concluded their visit last Friday when they started on their return tri£> to their home at San Bernardino, Calif. of Algona nnd the bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs R. D. Moon, Davenport. Rev. Donald Bnustinn offieintcd ot the double ring ceremony in the presence of 125 guests. Mrs Wilbur Bruner wus ornnnisl nnd Kim Deal soloist. Carol Ann Shore was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Jacqueline Moon and Jean Lndd, both of Davenport. Mnynard Hamilton, Tipton, wns best man nnd Jesse Shore and Kenneth Marquis, Iowa City, were groomsmen. Ushers were James Brady and John Brady, both of Tipton. The bride wore a gown of rose- point chnntilly lace over layers of tulle in ballerina length. The fitted bodife featured a portrnil neckline nnd three-quarter length sleeves. The hemline of the skirl formed scallops held by white satin bows. Her finger-tip vel of silk illusion was held by half hat of lace and seed pearls She carried a bouquet of pink brail-cliff roses and a prayer book a gift from the bridegroom. He jewelry wns a single strand o cultured pearls. high school conch nnd social science lonelier at Sigourney. He will tench this fall nt Tempe, Arizona. The wedding trip wns to Tempo, Arizona, where Mr and Mrs Moon are now at home. PAPER MATE PENS — THE ball point pen that bankers' approve. Guaranteed not to lenlc. The best writing bb pen on the market. Upper .Des Moinoa Pub- |fe!i. Your friends I ' S 4 a 6"" ("" If ' & jS t** A Tf MfcE i -. ME • AT • ma says pa is stubborn as one ,. . 'cause he won't take 'vantage of the GREAT BUYS AT TOM'S RADIO & TV Bride Honored .Mrs Richard Looft was honored at a post-nuptial shower given for her June 30 at the Seneca school. Carol Johannesen had charge of the guest book and corsages were presented to the honored guest, her mother, Mrs Milton Wischhoff, Sr. of Oregon, Wis.; the groom's mother, Mrs Henry Looft; the groom's grandmother, Mrs Bertha Pommer of Algona; also 'Marilyn and Carol Johannesen, Kathryn Johannesen and Lois Wilberg. Mrs Lester Osborn, who had charge of the program introduced the groom who in turn presented his bride to his Seneca friends. The first number on the program was a tap dance by Candice Vaudt. Carol Hanisch presented a medley of songs which were significant to the bride and the mothers of the bride, and groom. She sang chorus of a Lullaby, Playmate, School Days, Take Me Out to the Ball Game, Blue Skirt Waltz, Graduation Day, White Christmas, Wedding March and Bless This House, accompaning herself on a guitar. Mrs Charles Osborn then read on origional story of the bride's lift history. Candice Vaudt presented a ballet dance after which the program closed with a poem, Together, read by Mrs Osborn. Fair Auditions Are Set Later This Month The Kossuth Women's Chorus ; has announced dates for auditions for the talent show at the Kossuth Fair. Any form of. entertainment. suHabie for a large outdoor audience is welcome to try out. Auditions will be July 28 in the high school at Swea City and July 31 at the Farm Bureau building in Algona. Auditions begin at 8 p.m. in both places. The home talent show will be held Thursday, August 20, at the fair. A rehearsal dinner for 45 guests was held at six o'clock Saturday evening at the home of the bride. A wedding reception in the church was held immediately following the ceremony. General hostess at the reception was Mrs Howard Long, assisted by members of St. Thomas Guild. Dora Curier registered the guests, Mrs Mar- garc.il Reed cut the cake and Mrs Donald Baustian and Mrs Henry Elibert poured. The gifts were in charge of Mrs Wilbur Bruner and Mrs Richard Robison, Other hostesses were Harriet and Ruth Benschoter and Marlene Do Spleata and Janet Ague of Davenport. The bride is a graduate of Algona high school and St. Luke's School of-Nursing at Davenport. She has been a staff nurse at St. Luke's hospital and an office nurse for Dr. M. J. Brown at Davenport. Mr Moon was graduated from Tipton high school and Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls. He served four years in the navy and has been junior BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING Town and City Estimate NOTICE—The Town council of Wosloy of Kossuth County, Town, will moot August 3, 1J15U. at 7:.'iO P.M.. at City Hall. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning January 1, 1HCO. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both pnst and anticipated will be available at the hearing. V. J. Klelnpeter Town Clerk. FUNDS a m 01 • c a t. an 3-a •o.ti o $11 !&! t. X l c'n u o S c* w *-*. OH (Jj li Oi 55.2" General Street Public Safety Sanitation Recreation, ... Utilities 1,253. 2.777. 0.115. 1,340. 784. 2.358. 4,697. 3,028. 8,024. 2,044. 505. 2,082. 3,458. 3,000. 8,000, 2,200. 1,200. 2,000. 4,000. GOO. 4,000. 1,000. 4.000. 2,400. 4,000. 2,200. 1,200. l.COO. 900. TOTALS 1,253. 18,071. 19,141. 21,900. 9,600. 12,300. Taxable valuation (1958) •- - $580,655. Taxable valuation, agricultural lands (1»58) $ 10,501. Money and credits (1958) - - $148,432. We offer ridiculously low-priced, but competent repair work everyday. SEE OUR FINE Color Television Sets Radios • Portables OR ng :* '• Drop In AT ^^j^BH^s - i^^^ ^^w ^^^^P ^^^up^^p RADIO & TV 112 N, Moore CY 4-3260 I hi-neighbor By Clair Blossom SAFETY FIRST Our newspapers continue to show pictures of tragedy brought about on the highways. There will never be a marked change in the number of casualties until each and every driver becomes careful a s well as c ourleous. For the sake of public safe ty be sure that you* car is in top working order. Since this season brings the largest number of automobiles out on the road, there js need for extreme caution. Be cautious and carry adequate Automobile Insurance. Let us handle this for you and make ii a part .of your insurance program. When it comes to insurance, come to Blossom, Insurance Agency, i No. Dodge Street, Algona. Phone CYpress 4*2735, i J Enjoy Your StayMuoti Mot* in Minneapolis at the NEW Modem « ftxitoiio* Wy. BoJ«* Maryland offers wrervtbing few yowr comfort. Minotee from mope, theaters, aoditorfaaa «nd potm* «| intereet. Enjoy dintog fat Ma«yla»d*» Orleans Room and Cywreao Room. Come to the We* Botel Maryland PARKIM* FOft 200 BOOMS • Take a lip from the man who has one "You Can't Beat A Land Bank Loan!" 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