'"••-"—-••N.I.JJtel Hovey Weds Here * f ' * U ' -. . 3. . fidfttft Pot Gue*i« , Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley and Mrs iiaella Bake* gave a coffee Tues*: day morning for Mrs M. A. Stewart, nee Ruth Reed, and Mary R£ed, daughter of the late Lee Bejgd and Mrs Reed Burbank> Calif. Mary is a student at the Yankton college and will make her home with her aunt. Eighteen guests enjoyed the courtesy. Reunion Held A Sabin family reunion was held Sunday at Fenton with thirty-one persons ih attendance. From this area were Mr and Mrs Harry Sabin, Mr and Mrs Ronald Sabin, Mr and Mrs Harold Sabiti* Donald Robinson and the respective families. The birthday of Peggy Ann Sabin was also observed ' Peggy Sabtn. 6 > Mrs Harold Sabin gave a party Monday atternoon in honor of the sixth birthday of her daughter Peggy Ann. Guests were Gloria Cattaday, Elaine -Orton, Kathy Miller." rtobin Mittag, Patty and Linda Marshall, and Zelda> Mel- haus. Games were played and refreshments served. Funeral Held For Edith Teeter Friday .„, Parly ' - „*. .b'nU ivirs Russell Cook entertained at dinner Tuesday ev-, etting, in honor of the birthday 0 ! f Audrey Fryfe. Other' .guests were Mr and Mrs Charles. HarVey, Tom Reid, John Jensen and Mr'd Esther Helberg. I-idsiS Bridge Club Mrs Russell Cook was hostess to her bridge club member- Wednesday afternoon. 9 Beverly Jean Hovey became the bride of Gordon Keith Hauck in a ceremony Saturday evening, September 5, in First Lutheran church here. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Lionel . Hovey, Algona, and the bridegroom a son Of Mr and Mrs Law-" rehce Hauck, Huiriiboldt. / . Rev. Edsel Isaacson and Rev. O. Leonard Nelson officiated at the double ring ceremony: Mrs Vernon Jensen was organist .and Mrs Edsel C. Isaacson, soloist. .Mrs Deaa Greethurst, St. Paul, Minn., was matron of honor, and Mardell Hauck, Humiboldt, was bridesmaid; Flower' girls were Carol Ann Greethurst, St. Paul, and Patty Eaton, Oiwasso, Mich. Best man was Wallace Hauckj Livermore, and 'David' ; Hovey was groomsman. Eldon Hovey, Hampton, arid Duane Mawdsley, Buf t, 'were i ushers. Immediately ^following the Hovey, Jr., Fort Dodge, registered the'guests, Mrs Earl Rosedahl, Bricelyn, Minn, and Mrs Arden Hovey, Lone Rock, cut the cake and Mrs O. Leonard- Nelson,'Cloquet, Minn., and Mrs E. B. Carlson poured. The gifts were in charge of Mrs Edwin Hammer; Mrs Clarence Metzger,, Jr. and Mrs Charles Harmon. Also assisting were Mrs Wayne Meyer, Mrs Donald Myers, Mrs Paul Lemkee, all of Algona, Mrs Dick Frandsen, Cedar Falls, and Lucinda Mogler and Shirley Arndorfer, Algona. The bride is a graduate of Algona high school; and has been employed as a telephone operator here. The bridegroom is a graduate of Livermore high schooj and served in the army for two years. He farms north of Hum- bpldt where,, after a wedding trip to Colorado, the couple will make .their .home; (Isaacson Photo - ceremony.'a'reception was held in . the;church :parlprs> Mrs^Samuer^UDM Engraving) Algona; a dmightov, Chnrlnlto [Mrs Orville Varner.) R(tck Island, 111.; a brother nt Fairfiold; 14 grandchildren and 11 gretrt- grandchildrcn. Funeral services for Mfs Edith Teeter, 79, Algona, were hem Friday at 2 p.m. in the Methodist church with Rev. N. M. Coughenour officiating. Burial followed at Riverview cemetery and McCullough's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Frank Ryer ;on, Harold Andreasen, Theodore Jacobson, A. L. Smith, Ralph Elbert and J. M. El more. •Mrs Teeter died Wednesday Sept. 2, at St. Ann hospital whore she hnd been a patient for several days. Sh^ had resided at the Good Samaritan Home prior to her final illness. Edilh Mulkins, daughter of Elias and Emma Carbaugh Mulkins, was born Oct. 10, 1879 at Fairfield. She married D, A. Teeter nl Fairfield in 1897 and the Teeters moved to Kossuth county in 1917. They farmed near Algona until Mr Teeter died in 1951. Mrs Teeter moved to town then and had resided here since. i She is survived by three sons, Glen, Burl; Clifford and Vern, Herd Results Of August Testing j Twenty four dairy herds wero tested on a monthly basis and 36 herds an ownor-smnpU-r moth- od during August, according to Forrest Hofbauc-r, Svvcn City, D.H.T.A. supervisor. Two herds averaged over <K) Ibs. of butterfnt per cow. They were John Ruger's 43 cow herd, Fenton, nncl Leander Mt-nlte's 25 cow herd. Swea City. Cows completing lactations of over 400 Ibs. of blilterfat were in herds of Frank & John Drooss- Icr. Martin Harms, FreyhoHa & Meyer, Alvin Boettcher, Donald Hofbauer, Herman Sodorborg mid John Rugcr. Thursday, Scpf. Id, 105$ Algona (la.) Upper DM STAR ROLLER RINK ALOONA Presents The up SKATING SUNDAY, SEPT, 13 - 2:00 - 4j£0 (12 Years and Under — Also Parents) Charged After Mishap An Algotin girl, Chnrlene Ln- Biirre, 15, was charged with violation of her school driving permit following a two-car crash here Sunday at 10:22 a.m. The. mishap occurred at the intersection of Minnesota and Lucas streets. The other driver was John J. Heiderscheidt, 35, Algomi. There were no injuries reported, flamage was estimated at $75 to each vehicle and Policeman Rich Groeii investigated. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14-7:30-10:30 (13 Years and Over) • DOOR PRIZES •'TICKETS AVAILABLE AT DIA- BOTH DATES MOND'S, Algona Qr ROLLER • Rink will be open EVERY RINK SUNDAY Afternoon Hereafter • 100 Pair New Rentals For Your From 2:00 — 4:30 Seating Pleasure RINK , Family Get-Together 1 Mr and Mrs M. O, Kinseth had as dinner, guests Sunday the lat- ler's ;parents Mr and Mrs Tom Ketelsen'and Kathy, of West .Bend and uncles; Herbert Haas » and -, Cecil Samson, of Council Bluffs. In the evening a family gathering was held at which the following were in attendance: — Mr and Mrs Arthur Dietrich, .of - Rodman, Mr and Mrs Arnold Ket- .elseri and family and Harry Ket' elsen, of West JBend, Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer,' of Ottosen, Mr .and Mrs Dean Elbert, of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Robert Gronbach, of Livermore, Mr and Mrs Ralph Morgan, Ednas Ketelsen, Mr and Mrs Jini Ketelsen, Mr and Mrs William Paetz and daughters, Mr and Mrs Loren Bell and "Chuck", ivir and Mrs Jim Sparks, Mr and Mrs Ronald Haas and Rhonda, Mr and Mrs Jerry Haas and Julie, Mr and Mrs Harlan Haas, and Jim , Haas. The time was spent socially and a pot-luck supper was served. Roxanne ^Shackelford Honored Roxanne Shackelford was honored /at a miscellaneous shower August 19 at the V.F.W. Hall in AlgOna. ; Mr,s". James "Kollasch had charge of the guest book. ' .The honoree was presented with a kitchen utensil corsage. * Eulinda Huling and Rochelle Steven played several piano selections, Mrs Gene Huling gave a reading. Each guest presented the bride-elect a piece of advice and a recipe. The bride-tp-be then opened her gifts, assisted by Mrs Wendell Steven and Mrs .Bill Steven. 'Hostesses were mesdames Ray, mond'Steven, Gene Huling, Bill > Steven, Wendell Steven, Darrell Steven, Glenn Black and Janet, Orella Kinseth and Truman Shackelford. Guests were .from Britt, Swea City, Tripoli, Wesley, Bode, Burt, Corwith, Sartell, , Minn., and Algona. . Miss Shackelford was^ married August - 30 to Robert Harms, of Newcomers Meet Newcomers Club held their first meeting of the season Sept. 3 at the Legion Hall. Mrs Charles Bloom, Mrs Gary DeBoor, Mrs Cliff Long, Mrs Vern McClure,, Mrs William Navoicheck and Mrs George Fox were welcomed as new" members. Hostesses were Mrs 'James Welp, Mrs • Gordon Hall and Mrs George Smith. Cards were played following the meeting with Mrs Warren Brokaw receiving the .high score at 500; Mrs, William Navoicheck, bridge and Mrs Andrew Cotton, door prize. v Alice Barton Wed Aug. 25 At West Bend Alice Ann Barton, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ervin Barton, Livermore, and Dennis Wagner, Jr., son of Mrs Katherine Wagner, Ottosen, and the late Dennis Wagner, Sr,, were married at 2:30 p.m. Aug. 25 in St. Peter arid Paul's Catholic church at West Bend. Rev. Louis Greving officiated at the single ring ceremony. . Nuptial music was played by 'Sharelyh. Kramer of Livermore. Ushers were Earl Barton and Marion Kramer. ';,;Given in marriage' by her father, the bride was attired in a white gown of Chantilly lace and nylon illusion net over taffeta The floor length bouffant skir of net had lace panels, front and back and ended in a chapel train Her short illusion net veil w»: held in place by a beaded tiara crown. ,v ".Her 1 . bou.gu.et^lvas pink, and Svhite' sweetheart roses, •*' Mrs William Barton served as matron of honor and Ernest Kra me'r, best man. . , A reception for 125 'guests was Infant Baptized Mary Lou, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Dick Allen, was baptized Sunday at Trinity Lutheran church, the Rev. G. J ; Gerike officiating. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Paul Gebkin, Sioux City. A dinner followed the service and other guests were the maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Fred Gebkin, Wayne, and Richard, Burt, the paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Jarnes Allen, and Mrs Esther Benson. Auxiliary Unit Meets The- executive board of St. Ann hospital auxiliary met Sept. 1 at the hospital. Mrs Don Prieskorn, president, presided. Plans were made for' a luncheon and bridge party to be held October 6 at the Algona Country Club. It was voted to purchase an air conditioner for the hospital de- ivery room. Sister Mary Florine served refreshments. 500 Club Mfets . Mrs Mabel Lee entertained, her 500 club members Wednesday evening. held "in the 'church rooms. Mr and Mrs Joseph Putzstuck were dining room hosts, assisted by -Mrs Vernon Kramer, Mr.s Dean Bowman, Mrs Stanley Genrich, Mrs George Studer, Mrs Orville Smith, Mrs Jim Huen and Mrs Christine Anderson. ... After a trip to the Black Hills, the newlyweds are residing at Lu Verne. . Alt Reunion The thirteenth annual Alt reunion was held at the Fair grounds in Algona' Sunday, Sept, 6. Present were —- Mr and Mrs Harry Alt and Karen, Mr and Mrs Ronnie Ditsworth, Mr and Mrs Ed Farrell, all of .Algona, r Mr and Mrs Albert Wibben and family, Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Richard Countryman and fam Uy7Lakota, Mr and Mrs Bert SuUn, vywdom,,Minn., Mr and Mrs Harold Lampe and family, Burt, Mr and Mrs'Melvin Alt and family, Burt, Mr and Mrs Larry AH and family, Fenton, Mr and Mrs Fred Grejnert and family, Feinon, Mr and Mrs Merym Jtentz and family, Fepioi>:-Mr' ao4-Mrs Eli Gerber and family, west Bend, Mr and Mrs Aaron .Anliker and Micheal, West Bend, Mrs Katie Alt, West Bend, Miss ,pon- na Gerber, Rochester, Mjnn. Concerts Here; First is October 7 The Kossuth County Community Concert Association announced its opening presentation of the new season this week. .Richard Leibert, organist, will appear in the Algona high school auditorium Wednesday evening, Oct. 7. Three other features were also announced. They are The Sere- naders, a male quartet, set to appear here Nov. 23; In Operetta Time, featuring a soprano and baritone, Feb. 29, 1960, and the Rudie Sinfonietta, slated March 21, 1960. , Any new families not contacted during the membership drive last spring may contact either Mrs John Hayes or Mrs Newton Coughenour for information^ on the Association. Membership in the Association entitles ticket holders to attend any ot. the concerts at Emmetsburg and Estherville, also. YOU MEAN I CAN CUT THE AMOUNT OF FEED I BUY AS MUCH A$ 95% ? .... . .,. -, , \ ~"y Yes, you can cut your costs even while getting peak * >.?A >^, feeding efficiency with Kidman's. Since your own \/li \/ grains make up to 95% of your feed» your out-of- pocket cost is really LOW on the Kidman's program. 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