01 Weds Oklahoma Girl W&dAug, IS At tone Rock »**'•, i. . i i \ Weddihg vo-tfg were for Nita Faye Mayes ? nd . I 2*P ert Eugene -Lee formerly of Ottosen, at 11 a.m., August 14 in the chapel • of the First MeiMbdist church, Jay, Okla Rev. O. R. Howard officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs Jeff Martin, Wagoner t Okla. and the bridegroom is the son Of Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee, Ottosen. The bridegroom is a graduate df Bode high school and enter ed the navy upon completion of high school.' He attended Missouri. . State Teachers , College, Warrens-burg, Mo. and William and Je^el College, Liberty, Mo Following a tour of the Ozarks. the couple Will be at home ai Tulsa, Okla. ' iMr arid Mrs Peter Dahlhauser of Whit-temore visited Sunday afterhoon at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ahtone Waechter. Mr and Mrs - Alfred Schultz and family were 'Sunday guests at the Ralph Jacdbsons. • Mrs Ida Worster of Rolfe spent the weekend at the Laurel Worster home..Mr, and Mrs James Banwart were Sunday evening guests ai the Victor Banwarts. , -Sunday guests at the Eugene Struthers were Mr and Mrs Arne • Hanseh of Ruthven. Wanda Jacotosen of Hutfbard spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs Bertha Jacobson. .. Mr and Mrs Gerald Iverson and Kaye of Storm Lake visited the Jesse Van Buskirks Sunday. Mr and Mrs Henry Kampen of Cedar Falls were Thursday overnight visitors at the Fred Kampens. <Mr and 'Mrs 'Mike Frohling and iamily-attended a Frohling family reunion at Kendall-Young 'Park at Webster City Sunday. Mr»and Mrs Olvin Haug -and family and" his mother, Mrs Marie' Haug of Bode were Sunday guests .at,: the. home of Mrs John Fjelsrud at Armstrong. Mr and Mrs W. G. Cooper visited Sunday afternoon at the Ernest Enocksqn home at Hum- boidt. •' '•:-:•'• : i Mr and Mrs S. T. Johnson of Story City and Mr and Mrs 1 Ar land Speich and;David of Cedar •Rapids were weekend guests '*a the Antone Speichs. Mr and Mri Robert Speich i "and sons of Af gona were 'Saturday' evening guests. .-'"' '..-.., "' , . I 1 Tuesdays evening callers atMthe,; LeRoy. Wortoys were ' Mr and Mrs Bernard Streit and family. Mr and Mrs''.'Ralph, Richards visited her sisters, Mrs Bessie Johnson and Mr and Mrs Wm. Sittler at Humbpldt Sunday. Mr and Mrs, Richard Kropf and daughters .of Ruthven and Mr and Mrs 'Harold Kropf and family of Dakota City were Sunday guests in the Sam Kropfs. Mr and Mrs Eugene Struthers and Cindy attended funeral services for her grandfather, J. E. - McClard, 85, at Des Moines Saturday. Mrs -Bertha Jacobson and Mrs Donald Usher attended a shower for Lois Sween at Bode Saturday. Conley Daniel and Janet Moen of Des Moines were Saturday overnight visitors at trje Loren Daniel home. .Margaret Holt wat> a Sunday guest. Mrs Mark Fowler and Edna of Hum-boldt were , Sunday afternoon visitors.; at the Kermit Fowlers. Mr and Mrs Edgar Meyer and sons- of Algona were Saturday guests at .the Martin Meyers. Mrs Roy Telford entertained Mrs Mary Coyle. and Mrs Mike Coyle at coffee on Wednesday. Mrs Percy Watnem visited her mother, Mrs Manda Matsven .at Bode Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ed Nessen and children of West, Bend were Thursday evening visitors at the Pfrcy Watnems. Mr and Mrs Oscar Larson of birthday, Mrs Wtterfcuif tnaiife antj Uhmsratea the xrWttr. 4 „ i Stmdfty &fte«wt, Mt artS Dale watenmfy *trd family Mr »mJ Mrs SidPftyne And ft Uy helped tnfe Marclal Bart* to observe their first anniverr of citizenship iti IKfe Un nv ted Slates, aftcl thfe blrthtJfiy of 5 year old Julie*. . , 1 , \Mr and Mrs H4rie£, Work fend sHitdnAi spent frdm Monday \m- lil Thursday at'Aitkitt, Mlhn,, Visititii * i, - * Mr snd Mrs Jbhn. Richardson. enlVrtSined at a steak Iry at tftcir home. Sunday evening Mr fend Mrl L,,C. Richai'tison and J&m- feiiej.Mr and Mrs'Letoy Richard- sbn, Mr afld MrS fear! Ribhardsqn fcnd Edyvean, Mr and Mrt'Alvm Richardson, swea Cilys Mrjand Mrs Vernon Richardson, LfcKpta, andMr and Mrs Denhls, Frafeicr bi Fairmont. r Union Boys 4-H Officers Mr and Mrs Paul G. Anglen are shown after their wedding August 15 in the Presbyterian church at Lone Rock. The bride is the brmer Carol Householder, daughter of Mr and Mrs Glenn House- lolder, Lone Rock, and the bridegroom is the son 1 of Mr anql Mrs SdWard A. Anglen Sr. of-Omaha Neb. The couple is at home in Omaha: (Isaacson photo — UDM Engraving). ^eeds, N...D, are visiting at the' ionic of their daughter and son- in-law, Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain for a few days. Members of the Wacousta Township 4-H Club honored one of their mermbers. Ann Ludwig at a fare-well party at the Edward Zinnel home Friday evening. Attending were Sharon Nygaard, Ruth and Sara Usher, Leslie Zinnel,. Marilyn . Zeman and Beverly, Mogler, also Mrs Berdine Nygaard, Mrs Clem Ludwig, Mrs Inwin Mogler and the assistant leader, Mrs Roy Telford. Cindy Ludwig returned home from Lutheran hospital Monday. Naomi Struthers,* vice president of the Old Settlers group which met at 'Liv'ermore Saturday, acted in the' absence of. the president. She is also the girls 4-H,leader and her team, Beverly Mogler and Marilyn' Zeman demonstrated "Take It Easy." Miss Patterson Grant Is f ed Auq. 23 Grant — The wedding of Mildred Ann Patterson and Maurice D. Kramer was solemnized the evening of August 23 at the Methodist church in Swea City •The bride is the daughter of Mrs Leonard Mino, Ledyard. and the late Earl Patterson, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr and Mrs Ervin Ott, Everly. The double ring ceremony was read by the Rev. Farmer and Rev. Hammer. Vocalist Duane Opdahl was accompanied by Kenneth Seylar. Mrs Dale Evans was matron of honor, Nancy Patterson and Ruth "Boettcher were flower girls, and James Evans and Harry Ott carried the rings. : The bride's gown was white silk organza over taffeta, with a bodice of re-embroidered Alencon lace dotted with pearls, with a scalloped, round neckline. The sleeves were long, ending in points' at the wrist. The skirt was very full gathered with bustles on each side sweeping into a chape! train. Her cap of Alencon lace was dotted with seed pearls, with a tear drop in front. Her veil wa finger tip length. She carried i cascade of pale green Figi Mums She wore a single strand of cultured pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. Jerry Kramer was best man Richard Kramer and Donley Jag er were groomsmen and -ushers were Dale Evans and Virgil Mor •ow. A reception was held immed- ately following the wedding at he Legioh Hall at Swea City. AI Zielske served as toastmaster.. Vlrs Zielske and Mrs Wallace Reynolds were hostesses. Mrs Marvin Baum and Mrs Haven Strieff' cut the cake. Mrs Bob Wodd and Mrs Paul Wiechmann were in charge of the punch bowl. Mrs W. P. Kestel and Mrs Gus Boosalis poured. Mildred : Wigen was in charge of the guest book and Mrs Richard Waterbury and Maribel Mirio were, in charge of the gifts; •''' i ;.''.. Following, a wedding trip to the Black Hills and points west, the couple is at. home, at • "Everly, where the groom is employed.' The bride is a graduate of Grant high school and Broadlawns school of nursing,^Des Moirjes. She has been employed at'tne Buena Vista county hospital at Storm Lake. The bridegroom is a graduate • of Everly high school and Buena Vista college, Storm Lake. Mr and Mrs Harley Work accompanied by Mr and Mrs Virgi Tokheim and children drove to St. Paul Sunday, to visit the Work's grandson, Danny, who is n a hospital having been hit by a car. He received a broken leg Mrs Maynard-Krosch and Mr Dale Waterbury spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs Margare Krosch at Pilot Grove, in celebra tion of the elder Mrs Krosch's 84t" The regular meeting online tfnioti Boys 4-H was held Sept. &th at the center .school . hdosu, and election of officers was nblffi President, Tom Hqnryinvic^ president, Howard Thflgbsf Mere- tary - treasurer, Dean DdUds; reporter, DoUglas Jergensort and Jim Pingel; Leaders - reelected' fare Kenny Straycr and. BUI Dodds. • > . .'• ..... ' • - .U • Luhch was served by Jim Shm* ler and Jerry Me Arthcr. '. ,• ^ """slCULL Ten year old George Patrick of Madrid recently found what was believed to be the' skull 1 , ol a buffalo on the Raccoon rlvei' near Commerce. The skull which was in good condition was found on a sand bar in about four inches of .water.. .'...... ' ,'.:•..,>• hi-neighbor By Clair Blossom WATCH YOUR STEP PLAN AHEAD Whai a wonderful thing to grow old gracefully! 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