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4-Alflftna (id.) Upper Dw Me5n« Thursday, Aug. 27, , 1 ., .. .. f: . . •*.. - •-.--- ^--..-r.. 1 ---.^-. .. , A..i_j..>...^..-i...... A...... - .^-.i. ,^ .. ....<..-.-...Mary Keith Of Burt Weds Algona Man First Baptist church in Algona was the scene of a'wedding Aug. 9 when Mary Jolenc Keith became the bride of David Charles* Yeoman. The bride is a daughter of Mr end Mrs Wayne lyjUh Burt, while the bridegroom is P son of Mr and Mrs Bernard Yeoman, Algona. ,Rev. Everett Black of Sppncei officiated at the double ring ceremony in the oresencc of 200 guests. Sheryl Smith was organ 1st and Toni Angus, soloist. •Margaret Keith was maid oi honor and Margaret Yeoman was bridesmaid. Sheridan Stray.er was best mar- and LeRoy Willy, was grooms mnn. David Phillips was usher The bride wore a bouffant ; gown of satin and tulle. It was fashioned with a hand appliqued tulle bodice with sequin 'and pearl trim and a bustle bow. Her short veil of illusion fell from ; a pearl crown. She wore pearl earrings and carried a bouquet of stephanotis and ivy. .Immediately .^following. V ne ceremony, o reception ; was held in the church parlors. Linda Larson registered, the guests and Alice Thompson and Karen Lavrenz cut -the cake. Javbnna Claybrbok poured and the gifts were in charge of, Jane Faber and Jean Powers. The bride is a graduate of Burt high school and Iowa State jeachers College at Cedar c Falls. She teaches second grade in the Walker schools,' ••;, The bridegroom is a graduate of Algona high school and attended Iowa State University at Ames. He is employed as an electrical engineer at Cedar Rapids. After a wedding trip to the Black Hills, the couple will live ' at Walker. , Eric Seegebarth, Of Lone Rock Has Surgery Lon« Rock — Mr and Mrs Bn- fiene Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt accompanied Mr and Mrs John Zalaznik of Algoua to Rochester to visit fcric Seege- barth who recently undcrvveni an operation there. He is reported oe'tter and will return home soon At Conference James E. Meyer, Algona, was ?mong the school administrators /nd teachers whd.participated in :he program of this summer's Conference for School Administrators on the University of Wisconsin Craig Blanchnrd returned horn Sauauay after visiting a week at Tripoli with Wendell Stevens. Mi and Mrs Wendell Stevens return- jd Sunday to Tripoli ana Susan Blanchard* returned with them foi a week's slay. Mr and Mrs Dale Bergman o Webb visited Wednesday will Mrs Maude Blanchard in Loin Rock. Jerry Ncwbrough is home aftei a three weeks vacation in Ta coma, Washington, with his siate judy, and her husband, La Verm Smith. Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn, M and Mrs Cletus Quinn of low City and Kathy Quinn wer guests Sunday in the Wm. Geyc home in Swea City. The Geyer 1 are Mrs Cletus Quinn's parents. Mrs Bess Barker and Mrs Walter Gladstone of Grant City were Sunday guests in the E. A. Lee home. . , , Mrs John Behrends Is hoine from a vacation with her daughters, Mrs Eugene Fritzlcr of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and Mrs Vmcen,t Behrends of Topeka, Kansas. An Alke family reunion was held at the Bud Alkc farm near Titonka on Sunday. Those attending from here were Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig, Mr and Mrs. Louis Seegebarth and family, and the Paul Thocker family. Mr and Mrs Wayne Decker vss- ited Sunday levening in the home of Mr and Mrs Clinton Decker in Algona. ' "' ,, Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder and Mr and Mrs Garryl Householder of Livermore spent the past week at Hackensack, Minn. Linda Kracht of Seneca visited the past week in the home..of Mr and Mrs Leo Schmidt recently. Mr and Mrs Wayne Decker and Donald Bruhri were Sunday evening supper guests in the Darryl Householder home. ; r Mr and Mrs Clifford Mueller, Barbara, and Patty ott Stanley, Wis. and Pvt. Gordon Mueller of Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri •visited bVer the Weekend inLtne A. D. Newbrough home. Sunday dinner guests in the] A. D. Newbrough home were Mr ahd Mrs Clifford Mueller, Bar- >ara and Patty, Pvt. Gordon Mueller, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Now- jiuugiv, David and Janelle, and Mr and Mrs Ed Blanehard. Arnold, Ella and Louise Licb visited Sunday in the home ci Ida Lieb in Algona. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and family visited Sunday with the Phil inman s at Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson accompanied Mr and Mrs Aioerl t'aviK 10 Augusta, Wisconsin, to visit the- Andy Naiiman family. Mr and Mrs Danlord Schmidt became the parents of a 7 Ib. 13 M< ox, son on Monday. The lad mis" been named Jelfery James Schmidt, V'iCK.v Fox returned home Fn- .lay atier visiting a week w;th Mi and Kirs \tyayne Decka. . Judy Ulman, daughter of Lt. and Mrs A. C. b'lmun of Oci.'O- iiian, Va., is spending 10 days in jie home of her grandparents, Mi and Mrs Henry Kramer. Mr and Mrs La Verne Hamrner- stroin of Ware visited in the Ralph riammerstrom home on Sun- Judy Struthers Wed jAlf0...£ * '.' J , ' ' J *.tV-r*i ii ') .i "> . . ... _ £ ." . . , _ '. ...-i _ 1 ™, and Mrs Paul Thocker and Mr and Mis Art Peterson of O;,t- osen v,Kited in Sioux City witr Mr and Mrs Victor. Wansen. Mr and Mrs Blaine Saxton and boys visited Sunday at LeMars with Mrs Florence Schrader and Mr and Mrs Lanny Farmer. to St. Ambrose Robert M. Zeimet, son of Miana <Mi-s Eugenp H. Zennet, Bode, has been accepted as a freshman student for the fall semester at St. Ambrose college, Davenport:, according to an announcement by the Rev. Thomas J. Taylor, dean of the college. Zeimet, a 1959 graduate of St. Joseph's high school, wiffl report to the college Sunday, Sept. 20. Attends Seminar Darryl Sparks, Burt, a student at Slate University of Iowa, will attend the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity's sixth biennial Management Training Seminar at De- Pauw University, Indiana, Aug. 30. ..".... ! Plum Creek 4-H The Plum Creek Boys 4-H club held their meeting Aug. 5. The discussion of fair decoration was discussed. Margaret Kent, Nancy Ringsdorf and Rosann Madsen gave ideas on decorations. ; 4 TBWJ.UKU. the^ await thei* niomejv , admitted to STORAGE CABINETS, metal, at Upper Des Moines. — Judy, Struthcrs, daughter of 'Mr and Mvs.Virgil Struthcrs, became the bride of Larry Riglsr, son of Mr ahd Mrs Led Ri'glcr,' Guthrie Center, at tht home of her parents Saturday, August 8 at 11 a.m. Rev. Russell Otto of -the Presbyterian church at Boone off Scaled at the double ring ceremony. Wilson Rigler played short selections on the piano. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a ballerina, length gown of silk organza over satin. The bateau neckline was so-ftly scalloped with embroidered lace net with White sequins. Full length pointed sleeves emphasized the fitted bodice. Lace appliques trimmed with 'white sequins and pearls were ehibroid- ercd in clusters on the full, skirt. Her heart shaped'..: lace, bridal cap was also adorned with white sequins and pearls and held a finger tip veil of illusion, She wore white satin shoes. . Her bouquet was of pink and white roses. . .•••..;'.-.• Her-sister, Patricia Struthers was niaid of .honor. Gerald Feite sang, accompanied by Mrs.Merle Holt. . At 1:30 a dinner and , reception was held .at Fort Dodge for 100 guests. Mrs Albert Thorsen gave three short readings. Sandy Allen and 'Mary Dewitt cut thu cake. ". i Diana Strutih'ers registered, the 'guests. Donna Struthers,, Roma Rigler,' Priscilla Holt and Wanda Jacobson helped with the gifts. The bridal couple ; le£t for a honeymoon at the Black Hills, The bride is a graduate oi Drake University and a member of" Alpha Phi. She will teach, 1st grade at Boone Where they iwill make thie'r home. The bridegroom is a member of Kappa Sigma, fraternity and is doing graduate work at Iowa State Uni- versity-a.t Ames. (UDM Engraving) ;>•' ; ' v Charles Hanselman, Jr. At three tables of contract, ^honors, Mrs S. R. Baker. The birthdays' of the hostess, Mrs Huff • and Mrs Jess Jergensen were observed and each received a gift. Mrs Nelson Hostess • The Good Will Club were guests Thursday in the Mrs Raymond Nelson home, assisted by Mrs Orville Hurl-burt. Plans were made for the Iowa annual children's benefit coffee, to be held on Sept. 17, at the LuVerne town hall with the public invited. Mrs Harold Nielsen, Sr., had charge of the entertainment for the afternoon. from Cylinder tlie stimtner MM Wiflte* Walter Engei *cy hospital ursday lot fn . Prank ;6tonfeafeh, Who w^s a surgical patient at k Ro<ihe.st«*r Minh., nd^pital th6 past We%k k Is now convalescing in his hotfoe. , Mr and Mi-s A. W. Pfech artdl son Junior of Atftnta, 111 visited Saturday to Monday Wtk Mr and Mrs Max Block 4M &SM-iy, MeV. Alvln K&lWtetl w«« «Uek Beaker In the Zioh Svati|elfc6l Lutheran 'church Sunday fnorn- ing. The Rev, KolMantt family of dolUnSville, Bl. "are his mdther, Mrs Elda Mr and Mrs Earl Neal returned from a six week tion spent visiting their daugh tets the Lyle Nelson family In Tarzana and Mr and Mrs «Tay Pickett at Hawthdrne, Calif. , Guy Trauger concluded his two month visit with his sons the Harold and James /i'rauger families and other relatives and returned to Ms home in Rivet- side, Calif. Mf and Mrs Andrew Nielson Ventura, visited here -Sun. after neon and called in the William Bigings home. Mr and Mrs Floyd Pattersdh and boys of Fort Dodge were Sunday guests in the home o their daugnter, Mr and Mrs Jade Me Clellan and children. Mr and Mrs Glen McClellan and Kathy of Des Moines weft Saturdaj overnight guests in the parental C, 6. McClellan nome.. Mr and Mrs Nichdlas Wolfe o* Fort Dodg6 are the parents of' twins) a boy ahd a girl, 1 born . Aug. 13 in the Lutheran hospital Lana Jane and Dana Allen weighed five pounds, nine ounces and five pounds, 10% ounces. Mrs Wolfe, 'the former Betty Thompson is the daughter of Mrs Mabel Thompson of LuVerne. •Mr and Mrs Billy Hardcbpf are the parents of an eight _ pounds, 9 J /2 oUftci, 'daugnter Julie ,Kay born Aug. 11 at St. Ann hospital, w t ™ »..- .,* detoonstrati^. A small gilt was presetted to ,tfte udge, Mrs Studer, by mf. Lti- V«nhe Live Wires <*M* 4-H club. MfefreshmentSv were servfed ... <py tits .George SchAetzet arid Mrs James Schade, Terry Brown o! Sanbowvis on vacation with his grandparents, Mr and Mfs Ernest Meytr. • Mr afftj Mrs Allyii firittk, » ., RaeFanft -fcnd Nancy and Ben Hefty have returned from a.trip to the Lake of the Qzarks. They also visited ifl fiMdn, 'Colo., with Mr and Mrs Jack Roos, Jan and Lynn. * Sally PrSof has^return&d from a vacation visit in Ida Grdve with friends. / , Duane f jaden o! Bakdta City visited his friend Daryl Fisher ih the parental A. L. Fisher home the past Week. / ' Mr and Mrs'Ray Agard, Linda and-Gary went Thursday for the weekend at Milwaukee, Wis. Mr and Mrs Lloyd SlettbiftS and Mr ahd Mrs William Qiiil- hot bf Mountain Home, Ark,, ar- riVed Wednesday to visit m the Mr and Mrs Henry Pergande. Mrs. Eldofl Marty arid children of Wfrliham, Minn, are visiting in the parental, Edwin Marty and C. O. 'McClellan h6mes. • Mr and Mrs Percy Brink visit* ed Wednesday to Friday at Morris, Minn, ^with Mr and Mrs William Lee fincl Jlarnily. . •James Paulson of Minneapolis canie Wednesday ,to .get Mrs Pa'ulson and children. Grant News Mr and Mrs Le'on McCoy returned Friday from a trip to Massachusetts and New 'York. They accompanied Mr and ,Mrs Caleb Hartshorn oi Swea City who are moving to Massachusetts. From there the McCoys took a train to Wappinger Falls, New Y'ork to Tuesday to speed a mottlh Xtf W, O. JVLiTS M»«*.fc«.» - —— — Ldrelie 'amended Fairmont Sunday. ' The Grftht Go-Getters their achievement «h<wj Thursday afterh&on ^ttt bUbliC invited. Special wer§> hdnie econoniist M Staudt and her, assistant, Walters, fudges were Mrs Andersdn aftd Mrs Mayiiard sen. Miss StaUdt, Miss Afvn ters, Mrs AndefSoh ^ftd Mrs sen Wefe piesehted gifts. at * held last a r y Ann R» I., Jen- Wai- Jen- TOM'S Televiews Honored At Shower Alice Ann Bar'tbri was the honored guest at a pre-nuptial Linen or coin shower held Aug. 9 in the LuVerne town hall. • Piano numbers were enjoyed. Alice ' Ann opened her many gifts assisted by Virginia Bar r ton, 'Mrs Earl Barton and Mrs William. Barton. SMORGASBORD SUPPER AT THE A ^family reunion - was held Aug. 16 in the home of Mr and Mrs Carl Merkle and family in Denver, Colo., for the children o'f 'the late Mr and Mrs George Merkle. Mr and Mrs Arthur W. Dimler were weekend visitors 'with their d'aufihter, the James .Neville family at Ames. '• '• ,' Paula Phyllis, D'anny and LUTHERAN CHURCH Sept. 10 SERVING STARTS AT 5 P.M. 50c & $1.00 34-35 ,' * > » > f the jfessibiiiiy of'iwo "new" hannelfe and nfelwbrks in ihe near ufure does much for TV tecep- ioh in and around -Alt^ona* Latest reports are that the Vlankato (Channel 12) station, previously ihoughl defunct, is now expected to start bioadcasl- ng a test pattern in aboul a mon- h. ,If il is approved, NBC programs ' should siari coming in seller here. There are also reports thai Austin, Minn. (Channel 6, ABC) will raise its lower and increase power lo 100,000 walls soon. Al >resenl we can depend on only VHF Channel 3 frorn Mason City and UHF .Channel 21, from Fort Dodge. < •' 'Come in and see/'The BRENT", RCA's 1960, 17-inch, slim-line table model. Il jias all controls and sound in fronl, and both VHP and UHF, reception. We always carry: a fresh slock bf EVEREADY 'radio ballefies. That's the "baliery with nine lives." , THAT'S KICK ... For the answer to your TV and Radio Problems, tune 'in (112 N. Moore — CY 4-3260). TOM'S RADIO & TV WE CARRY A OF FLY & INSECT SPRAYS PROTECT MOM From Those Pesky Flies While She Is CANNING Dies; Burial At LuVerne LuVerne — Committal services' were held in the LuVerne cemetery Aug. 19 for Daniel Chesling, 63. Rev. Edward Sw'ahson, pastor of the Thqr Lutheran church, officiated'. ' Mr Chesling, who had been employed in the Thor community .m'any years, died Aug. 17 at University hospitals, Iowa City. \ TO THE SOUTH PHILLIPS STREET NDOP Birthday Club Met . : Mrs,C. B. Huff was hostcsX to her Birthday bridge club Wednesday evening. Guest players were Mrs Jon Nelson and iMr's WE ALSO GARRY EVERYTHING FOR CANNING INCLUDING STONE JAR » • • • AT Now you Know! The answer lo everyday insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon m m H n m m * m m m m s QUESTION: What is the besi thing io do when an insurance policy is accidentally burned in a trash fire? I . ANSWER; The same thing ?s when the pplicy is lost. Ypur agent has you sign a lost policy release and you are given a duplicate policy. f if you'll address your „,.-. insurance questions to this office, we'll try |o give you |hfl correct answers and there will be no charge* or obligation of any Hind. LS.BOHANNQN CY 44149 Street Dance - Drawings For MO Cash ON PHILLIPS Sf RElf BETWEEN STATE & CALL 9 To 12 Midnight Friday, Aug. > The Following Merchants jnvite You. To Join The Fun: COOK'S Radiator Repair Cleaning - Repairing - Recoring HARRISON DISTRIBUTOR Ph'pne 4-4'579 Forest City Phone 2-3532 DONOVAN Cabinet Shop "THE BEST JN CABINETS" 904 S. Phillis CY 4-3166 South PWjto St TiKAGO Harold C. Sundet STATE FARM INSURANCE Brown's Dairy Building 706 S, Phillips CY 4-2341 IRONS CY4»3640 SQUARE DANCES & MODERN Music By tittle Polka Bancl LINDSAY Soft Water RENTAL SALES * SERVICE Exclusive with LifetinYfe Fiberglass tanks. CY^-3755 ERN!E WILLIAMS USID MACHINERY S, Phillips CY 4-4859 WAGNER'S CITIES SERVICE Corner of Phillips & State

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