MaryDittmer 01 Lone Rock WedAugJ Rock frier, daughter Mary Ann Ditt- 4.1^*, uaugiiier of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer of Lone Rock, was t)u|ted in marriage to Richard Jr^Slpan, son of Mr and M& ' i| Au& Majt^Sloan of wurwiin, ftug. *a in a beautiful double ring cere* many in St. Mary's Catholic church at Corwith with Father Thomas OToole officiating. Organist Was Mrs James Devine and a duet was presented by Fred Pauk Sr. and Fred Pauk Jr. of Kanawha, ' The bride was attired in a • gown of silk organza and it was over taffeta and was floor length with a brush train. The bouffant skirt was fashioned t With lace trim and poured the coffee, Nancy] a s&fect punchy ;.' Taking care ef the |»w*re Mrs Virgfl Crftafa, Matilyn Patzner and Eleanor Maaay. Mrs Marvin Kueck served as reception table hostess, Karen Kueck, Marlene v Wlehlendahl Rachafcl MoArthuf and Janice Zumadi were buffet'servers. The bride is &• graduate of Sentral high school and attended the Rirjchester School of Vocational Nursing at Rochester. The bridegroom attended Corwith high schools He has been serving the tlJ& Navy for the past ed With pearls, and sequins. Her , veil was becomingly ' styled ol nylon tulle accented with pearls t and sequins. The bride carried a bouquet of white stephanoties and a white orchid. . ' The maid of honor was Dorothy Sloan and bridesmaid was Margaret Diltmer. Best man was Robert Sloan, and groomsman, was Jarnes Sloan. Ushers were s Adarn Berte and Duane Dittmer, Altai 4 boys were Duarie Kelch and Dwight SpangJer.. ; ' 'A dinner was" served at noon for the bridal'party at the V..F-W. Hall at Algona. '••'••'• .'•' • ; f " Deanna Sloan kept the guest book. . . 'A reception was held in the V.F.W. Hall at Algona. Helen Sloan cut the cake. Mrs Elaine TOM'S Televiews three Mr and Mrs Wayne Decker attended a family picnic Sunday at West Bend. Those altending were Mrs Floyd Salisbury, Diana and'Johnny of Fenton, Mr and Mrs J6e Hert2 of Rolfe, Roy Hertz and Mr and, Mrs Dick Hovey and children also otf Rolfc. A Barbecue picnic was held at the Everett and Mrs Clarence Householder home with Mr and Mrs Fritz Ncwbrough, Stevie and- Cheryl) Mr and Mrs Roy THESE-WOMEN! '•*,»**• Some people really get'interest- ed in TV programs —^ in Gerniiny an ad appeared in the classified columns of a newspaper: "For sale, television set. Slightly darn" SPECIAL OF THE, WEEK Transistor Radio Slightly damaged in Shipment,. Reg. $54.95 NOW $39.95 A Massachusetts TV repair shop adveitised: "Do ii yourself —THEN CALL US!" BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL Bring Ihis ad with you and receive 10% Off on any Transistor Radio in slock now! KGLO-TV, Mason City, will try educational programming, beginning next Tuesday, Sept. 8. At 0:00 to 9:30 A.M., five days a week, they will offer a Bin-grade course in conversational Spanish. Several schools in counties around - Mason City will, in conjunction with the program, offer credit for the course. Sounds like _a good chance for some housewives^ in Algona to learn a language while • they do daily chores. THAT'S RICH . . - IFbr. the: answer to your TV and Ennen and Mervin, Mart Bierle and Mrs Woodrow Pettit attend- 'ing. ,•> Mr and Mrs E. M. Richardson and Mrs Ralph Richards, Algona visited Sunday afternoon at Em ma Hulburls. Mrs Roy Zunke of Seneca was a Sunday visilo at the-'Emma Hulburls. Mr/and Mrs Lester Baxter and Alvin' and Mr and Mrs, Dale Baxter visited the Floyd Nichols at Emmetaburg Thursday, evening. Donald Rad>igs -attended the Ohm reunion at Fenton and visited the Schallin home Sunday evening. .; 'Sunday Mr and Mrs Wendell Steven attended the Shackelford- Harms wedding at Algona. Susan Blanehard returned home with them. Mr and Mrs Leon Marlow and Julie Ann will be moving to Detroit Wednesday. Mr and Mrs'Leo Schmidt visited Sunday at the Walter Schmidt's at Garner, Dinner and supper guests at the Frank Dreyer home Sunday were Mr and Mrs Henry Tie- mans, Mr and Mrs Rex Wolfe and Mr and Mrs Jack Tiemans and -Terry of Burt. A shower honoring MaDonna 'Marlow was held at St. Johns church in Bancroft, Sunday,. The afternoon was spent playing 500 and MaDonna opened her gifts; MaDonna and Bernard Kramer of Algona, will be married Saturday, Sept. 12, at Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Morris Bilsborough of Titonka entertained the : M. O. Richards family at their home Sunday. Last Sunday Art and Joel Priebe went to Decorah to visit the Martin Larsons. _ . IMrs Art Prielbe and Billy visited Sunday with Bob Chestnut- woods^ aV Winter set .jmd later %ent ''to' MOulton to' visit Mrs Priebe's mo'tlher, Mrs Olive Stans- Charles Geoff* Sefttitt* Jtt» ttl» "Very well ihett, I'll go over your head and ask your wife!' 1 TOM'S RADIO & TV • "Mr and Mrs Edwin Carlson of Minneapolis visited Sunday at the Rev. and Mrs Nordine home. Kathy Quinn returned home to Lafayette, Cal. after spending six weeks at -the Jack Quinn home. Rev and Mrs Nordine and family returned from their three week vacation. Mr and Mrs Harry Weber of Brandt, S. D. visited in the Dave Weber home for several days. 'Mr and Mrs Walter Thomson and Howard and two grandchildren, Lyle and Linda, Swea City, went to the Wisconsin Dells last W Mr' and Mrs Gerald Angus spent last week .at Deer River Mdnri. « , . . Jimmy and Douglas Woodwack of Rake, grandsons of Mrs Ortwin Tietz, visited in the Tiet? home near Lotts Creek last week Kay Geitzenauer and Marilyn Bollinger enrolled in Emmetsburg Junior College 'Monday. Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen, Tena Jensen and Otto Jensen attended the Shackleford-Harms wedding at .Algona Sunday. Mr and Mrs Will Davis are The engagement and approaching marriage of Charlotte Ann Wise, shown here, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Wise, Corwith, was announced recently. Miss Wise, a graduate of the Broadlawns School of Nursing, will wed Gary K., Larson, son of Mr andrMrs Richard Larson, Forest City. The wedding will be held in the Methodist church at Wesley, Sunday, Oct. 4. (UDM Engraving) Sisters Have Birthdays Sharon and Jeanettc Wlchten- dahl were honorees at a birthday party Sunday, August 23. A picnic was held at the home o£ their parents, Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl. Guests were Mr and Mrs Otto Wichtendahl, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bollinger and Carol, Mr and Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer and family, Mrs Larry Parker and son, and Mr and Mrs Dean Meyer alJ of Fenton, Me and Mrs Waller Bell, William Bell, Mr and Mrs Ernie Sohaofer and family, all of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Bill Lauck, Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Gerald Sprong, Brewster, Minn Dau, Potratz Reunion Held j At Whittemore Whiiiemore — The annual Dan reunion was held Sunday in the Garner Park with about 85 attending. . Those who attended from here were Mrs Anna Dau Mr and Mrs Victor Dau and son Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer, Mr and Mrs Melvin Rocber and son David," Mr and Mrs Wilbur Roe ber and family, Mr and- Mrs, Her bert Zurhach and family of here Mr and Mrs Frank Jurgens an family of West Bend, Mr and Mi- Everett Dreycr of Fenton, Mr an Mrs Frank Schallin of Algona, M and Mrs Walter Bell of Blu Earth, Minn., Mr and Mrs Richard Hengel and Mrs Minnie Dreyer of Austin, Mr and Mrs George Dreyer of Texas, Mr and Mrs Richard Stark and Mrs Mathilda Ulm of Watertown, Wis., Mr and. Mrs Arthur Hoeft and family 'of Garner, Mr and Mrs Henry Boekelmann and family of Ventura, and Mr and Mrs Maynard Schultz and family and Mr and Mrs Kermit Schultz and family of Mason City. Poiralz Reunion The annual Potratz reunion was held Sunday in the community hall at Fenton. Those who attended from here wore Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and sons. Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs and family, Mi- and Mrs Maynard Roeber and family, Mr and Mrs Elmer Maahs, Mr and Mrs Eldon Maahs and family, Richard Pot- ant son o£ Mr and Schultz was fclilL— , Horning in St. WttW tttUWftft church. His Sponsors were Mfs James Schuli* and Kefitwtri Mt'rgen. Kay Frances Rosefidfthl was released from the Luther art hospital at Fort Dodge Tuesday afternoon of last w€ek following surgery. Grocery Store At St. Joe Sold Recently St. Joe — The Hammer grocery and station has been sold to Mr and Mrs Reinald Sal?.. Mrs Florence Hammer and soris, Richard and David have beeft operating the business but with Dick starting work Sept. 10 at Storm Lake and David attending Mnnkato Business College. Mrs Hammer would be unable to allcnd lo the business alone. Her plnns are indefinite al Ibis time, Mr and Mrs Herbert Hammer and Stephen from Chicago ,were weekend visitors here in the home of Herbert's mother, Mrs Florence Hammer and family. Mrs Paul Rustimeir of Des Moines also spent several daya last week here with her mother and family with Paul coming lo spend the weekend. Beginning Sunday, Sept .«, masses in SI. Joseph's church will be at 8 and 10 a.m. Week day lasses on school days will be at a.m., 7;30 other days. A get acquainted and forid hower for SI. Joseph's sisters vas hold Sunday afternoon with Mrs Clarence Bormnnn, Mi* E. M. Gales, Mrs Art Kohlhana and. Mrs Edward Thilges, committee in Charge. Five Hundred was ptfiy- Cd with Mr^John Thul ititti Mary Origer rewivinR prizes. MrS Harold Frklers roeHvrd the plate prize. Judy Bormann, Joan Marie Thul and Ronald IVmrumn returned Sunday from ChicnRo where Judy nnd Jean Marie at* tended the Summer School of Cflitholic Action convention in the Conrad Hilton hotel in Chicago. Rev. Victor Kollnsch of Royal and his parents, Mr and Mrs C. N. Kollasch of Whittemore were Sunday visitors here in the homo of Mr and Mrs Tom McQueen and family. Carol ErpeldinR, daughter o Mr nnd Mrs Francis Erpeldlng, a 1069 St. Joseph's graduate, entered St. Jo'sepfVa Mercy Hospital School of Nursing, Mason Ciiy, Sunday. Thimday, Sopf. 3, 1959 - • - do.) 0«8 Portland Twp. Mr and Mrs P, W, Marlow and family were Sunday evening guests at the Marvin Marlow horric near Bancroft. Mrs Bernard Phclps sprained her ankle badly Friday morning and had to be on crutches fof a while. Mrs Lawroncc Presthus and her daughter, Mrs Dud Marlow, attended a shower at Bancroft in honor of Madonna Marlow, who will bo married September 12. Mrs Hazel Cnrroll clerked in the Inlermill store in Titpnkn lost week while the Intermilla were vacationing. Shnrdn Carroll went to Esth- ervllle Sunday evening where she will start on her second week of teaching second grade. Her school opened August 24. Mr and Mrs Harold Stevenson of Brill were Sunday evening guests at the Ray Fitch home. Grandpa (Chas.) Clark is spending a few days at the Fitch home Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf and Mrs Lulu Ilingsdorf of Burt went to Dos Moines Saturday afternoon to visit the Ctcnc Rings- dorfs nnd briny Barbara Rings- and Maiyhoth Sleeker home Mr and Mrs Jack f ietfifrft tended a birthday party at Franft Breyer home in hoftw of their daughter, JoamYs fifteenth birthday. JL Mrs Greg Origer spent several days last week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ed Lampe of Var- inn. Nicki, son of Mr and Mrs Greg Origer stayed with his par- cnlat grandparents, Mr and Mrs John Origer. Mrs Alfred Reding and Rosalee, Mrs George Wagner nnd Jcan. ul>I , U11V1 „.,,..,..».. ..— Reding attended the pro-nuptial Barbara and Muryboth went down shower for Madonna Marlow at St. John's hall at Bancroft Sunday afternoon. St. Joseph's School opened Tuesday, Sopt, 1. St. Joseph's grade faculty for the 59-00 school year: Rov. Leo C. Schumacher, Supt.: Sister M. Jolandc, 1st and 2nd" grades; Sister M. Augustine, 3rd and -1th grades; Mrs Alfred Grill, 5th and fith grades; Sister M. Mnthcw. 7th and Bth grades; Sister M. Dolora, music instructor and choir director; Sister M. Emmanual, housekeeper. A total 105 pupils are attending school. REGISTER TICKETS and carbon LETTER TRAYS nt Upper D -8 Moines. Thursday to visit Marybcth's His tor. Mr and Mrs Norman Wagner and lake in the Slate Fair. Sunday they all went to Osccolu wher they visiled Mr and Mrs Jess Davison. 803-A Sewing Machine BIG NEWS is the Free-Wesiinghouae Sup«t Deluxe Automatic! li's an "automatic" seller . . . designed for the needs ol everyone . . . It's the otte machine designed io "do evetyihing" . . . doing it simply, easily. With perfect precision. As Low As $89.88 TERMS Bjustrom Furniture TF Large Stock of REPLACIWENT PARTS On Hand going to return to Phoemx after spending time with relatives ano attending Mary Ann Ditlmer s wedding. • Mary Genrich aUencl- ed the wedding and reception of Marjorie Houck at the Presbyterian cKurch in Lone Rock Satur- 3 Mrs Glenn Householder and Gloria, Mr .and Mrs Darryl Householder, Gail and Pegfiy Pettit spent the weekend at Mr and Mrs Paul Anglen in Omaha. Mrs Anglen is the former Cam! Householder, Lone Rock. Bancroft News Mr and Mrs Charles McGuire, Mary Faith and Mr and Mrs Donald Sch'iilz went lo Michigan Saturday for a week's visit with Jieir sort John in the air force Dhere. John will bring the McGuires 'here and spend 10 days with his parents. William McGuire left Wednesday for Whcatcn, Minn., where ie will teach in Wheaton high school this year. •Mr and Mrs Laurence Beig- rnan and Larry spent Sunday with Mrs Mayrne Bergman at Rulhven. Diamonds Can't Keep Secrets from our Diamondscope 9 •M Scientific "dark-field" lighting and three- dimensional high magnification enable the Diamondscope to pry from every diamond the inner secrets that help determine its retail price. The Diamondscope, used only by Registered Jewelers, American Gem Society, assures you true gem value-a service of this .tHD j, store that costs you no more. SPEAKING: Miss Hoffmann Honored Lavonne Hoffmann was honoree at a miscellaneous bridal shower Monday evening, Aug. 24, at the home of Mrs J9e Willger Hostesses were Mrs Michael Schmidt and Mrs Joe Willger. Lavonne was assisted in opening her gifts by Delorcs Hammer A lunch was served. Lavonne was also honoree at a kitchen shower Aug. 10 at the home of Mrs Bill Klesath. Hostesses in addition to Mrs Klesath were; Dolores Hammi-r and Rita Bonnstetter. Alter opening her gifts, Lavonne and those in at- tendance'were treated to a lunch. Pink and Blue Shower Mrs Lando M-ishak, assisted by Prompt Service At All limes Service Motor*. Avoila'blf For Emergency Use PRATT GLADIOLI Belle Plaine's 'Russell Hecht, iseiie names nrize-winning raiser of gladiohs, rcJenUy hid a glad that measured 6 feet 11 inches and it was sti 1 Sowing. The variety was devel- Spcd by .Mr -Hecht's brother, Ken- uctli of Iowa Falls. CENTENARIANS Mrs Ella Van Vliel and Sila Melvin Baird of Columbus June- tion recently -celebrated then 100th birthdays, Mrs Van Vhet -^^^SftjrSnfts Mrs Albert Pergande and Mrs' Robert Carr, gave a pink and blue shower Sunday afternoon for Mrs- Francis Mishak. In attendance were the mother and sister, Mrs Albert Yegge, Buffalo Center, and .Mrs Vaughn Hoover, Bancroft, Mrs Vincent Bernardo, Mrs Harvey Godden, Mrs Ed Hammer ,Mrs Robert King and Darlene Seiler. Games were followed by .a social hour and refreshments were served. Mrs ioover poured. (oing Away Party ' iM.rs Vincent Esser and Mrs Larry Knoll' gave a breakfast last Wednesday morning for Ml'? B. C: Porter who is moving lo Spencer. Guests were neighbors The honoree was presented with a gift. DOG The Art Dickson's of Clear Lak have^a dog who loves to ride on surfboards and do unique wale tricks. .They have a specially buil board that curves up the iron like a toboggan and the dog hang on to a rope will; his teeth. If he falls off the board he inerely crawls back on, ready for move. ralz and son Martin of here, Mr and Mrs Clarence Struecker and family, Mr and Mrs Hugo Potratz arid family and Mrs Francis Sch'wendemann of Ft. Dodge, Mr and Mrs John Hopkins and family, Mr and Mrs Terry Bchl- mer and Debra of Ames, Mi- and Mrs Ralph Sobers of Wavcrly, Mr and Mrs Loran Barker and family of Macksburg, Mr and Mrs Wilmar Wichtendahl and family, and Mr and Mrs Larry Gade and Mr and Mrs David Berkland o.f Fenton and Mr and Mrs Frank Bell of Blue Earth, Minn. Wilmar Wichtendahl was ek-ct- ed president; Dick Poiralz, vice- president; Mrs Elvin Potratz, secretary-treasurer. Alvin Ruhnke of Yuma, Ariz. and Mr and Mrs Niel Hurl and family of Davenport spent the weekend at the parenlal home of Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhnke here Thursday evening the family of Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke of \ Long evenings bring hours for reading, study, games — activities that take lighting in the home. You'll get more pleasure from these activities—and protect your eyes—if your lighting is good. You'll want good reading and sewing lamps, and lamps for study and play. And you'lj wa,^ enough ,of them fpr comfort-, able, eye—saving lighting for each member of your family. See your dealer now for good lighting throughout your home—it costs so little and means so much. Algona Municipa! Utilities Phone CY 4-2333 Registered Jemlar ' American Can Society Butler STOR-N-DRY System Lolls Creek and Mr and Mrs Cdward Ruhnke of Algona and .hose mentioned above enjoyed picnic supper al the home of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Ruhnke at rvington. iRev. Cleo Kautsch and lieu- ben Builzke left last Monday for the Walther League camp at Lake Okoboji, where they attended a Lutheran pastors and teachers conference, Aug. 24 through 27. Rev. W. 11. Discher, Clarinda, former pastor of St. Paul's here, vvas conference chairman. Rev. and Mrs Rcinhard Zirr mermann and family of Picnic- ville, 111, are spending his vacation here with his mother, Mrs Frieda Zimmermann, brothers .Martin and Harold and sister Mrs Elmer Ostwald and othei relatives at Fenton and Burt. Francis Mullin boughl a new Mafcfieef fo the Grain Drying Jobl home on llighlawn addition at public auclion recently. home has been leased to The Julia Gangon, home economics teacher in the public school. A post nuptial shower was held in the St. Paul's church parlors in honor of Mrs Marcus 7-u- mach Thursday evening. 65 ladies Almost 1,900 denlisls relocated were present, Mrs Elvm Sleen- in other 'states during 195(i and j hart of Algpna, winning nign; 1057, the largest number in Mrs Maynard Roeber, low in, S, to. , -. - ... by the, Amei-jcyiV Diehtal! 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