Charlotte Wise Of Wes/ey f __ ?; -• . . * , -, , • • f Weds Forest City Man A candlelight wfeddinff was sol- ; enitmed at 7s30 p.m. Get, 4 at the Wesley Methodist chuteh at Wesley when Charlotte Ahn Wise", daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Wise, Corwith, became the bride of Gary K. Larson, Sdh of M* and Mrs Richard Larson of Fbr« est City. • ; .. The double ring ceremoriy was performed by Rev. Robert Jon6s. Mrs John Paulson was organist and Harvey Steven of Minneapolis was soloist. The bride' 'was presented ; in ftiaffiage by her father. She wore & floor length gown of chanlilly lace and tulle. The bouffant skirt over salift was encircled, with tiers of delicately scalloped lace arid swept into a chapel train. The pointed fitted bodice had a scalloped round- necklace trimmed with iridescent sequins ato'd pointed ileeves were long. HeY finger tip illusion veil was attached to lace hat trimmed with sequins and pearls. She carried A white Bible With a White orchid Investment Securities and Mutual Funds WE OFFER AS AN EXAMPLE: and wore pearl earrings, a gift 1 font thte bridegroom. * Gloria Wise was maid of honor srfld Ruth Wise and Judy Laf son Wfere bridesmaids. ''•;*> Connie Maliter aftd Sherrie Schumann were flower girls.... The best man was Dennis Larson, and groomsmen were Jerry Nelson and Roger Martin. Ushers were Delmar Voss nfid Junior Larson and candlctfghters vjrcrc James Fredericks and Rayiriond Furst. Reception in church parlors followed for 200'guests. Mrs Ivrf Flyntt and Mrs Garnet Pickard cut the 3-tiered wedding cuke. Mrs John Voss Jr. and Mrs Nell Opheim poured punch and coffee, Shtrley Knoll was at the guest book, Elaine .Heilramp and Mrs David Wheeler opened the gifts. Carrie En gen and Marva Nygaard were waitresses. The bride was graduated from Wesley public school in 1956 and Broadlawns School of Nursing in June, 1959 and will continue at forest City hospital. The bride- •groorn was graduated from Forest City high school in 1955 and has been engaged in farming. After a short wedding trip they will be at home near Crystal Lnke. Affiliated Fund Broad Street Investing Corp. Chemical Fund Electronics Investment Corp. Fidelity Fund Fundamental Investors • Incorporated Investors . Massachusetts Inv. Trust Minnesota Fund, Inc. National Investors Keystone Custodian Funds Wellington Fund HANDLING 100 MUTUAL FUNDS All Offerings By Prospectus LESLIE C. LARSON Ringsiecl, Iowa PHONE - Volunteer 6-0648 REPRESENTING , , Minneapolis 'Associates, -Inc. 607 Marquelle Ave. Minneapolis 2, Minn. WITHOUT OBLIGATION TO ME I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE ABOUT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES tWHTING and fISHIHG 'by STU MANN Editor Ol Minnesota* Outdoors NAME $%^ Mail To Leslie Lanon, Ringsted, Iowa (or Call Collect) GROUSE SEASON .... The opening of grouse season in Minnesota was one of frustration for many hunters. There art plenty of birds, but the cover is so heavy a good shot is difficult We checked one party of six hunters who had two birds, but they had . shot three others they were unable to locate. Jim Wit* kus, Gerte King and his son Kurt of Hopkins hdnted for two hours the opening day near Bear Paw Lodge on Lake Washburn and saw five birds, but they had only three shots none of which took effect. They got four the next I day. I Other hunters had a little better luck. Ted and Doug Olds of t Outing hunting with Bob Schmidt of Robbinsdale got eight birds. .Bill La Ferriere of Robbinsdale and his hunting partner shot, six grouse, according to Kurt and Lewis Hoffman of the Trading Post. The Hoffmans moved here from Robbinsdale in June. —o— DUCKS APLENTY,.. Witkus reports that the duck? are coming into Lake George by the hundreds ... "There are lot of ducks here",''-he' ftold- me. DEER REPORT This Emily-Outing area has good deer population. Wilkus said, "Our deer kill in this area last year was nol too heavy and. we have penty of thefn tM> year. Some of the natives hftve hunted thcni With bow iflfrd arrow without results, burftfcV^ aeon many 'of them*." ' '".''. WALLEYE DISHING EXCELLENT..,. ; . , For the past two weeks (he walleyo fishing in Lake Washburn has been, roa 1 good. Jim and WUie Witkus got seven in a couple of hours.., they were in the- four pound variety. On Sat- urday'after hunting grouse, the kings went whlleye fishing and came/ in with eight, Weighing from ' .two and half to three pounds, The host wnlleye irig is 'in-the early .everting Ihe Brainerd area .|(obd fishing has been repdrted from Gull Lafte, and for the first ftmo jn a Jew years, good Walleyt- fishing, has been reported, from .Pelican Lake" near Pequol • ••- . . ' —o— ' MOOSE REPORTED ... There is a moose family In tho Emily-Outing area ... It has been set'rt from* air and more than a half a dozen of them have..tyeon seen near Reiner twenty mites north of here. * unii-rOnm* * PUZZLE,., , : •'„• There is n situation • in ,,tho Brainerd Which puzzles'me. When I was there the first Weelt in October, almost every resort had closed .. . just at the time when the walleye fishing is at its-best, and when Minriesola' is th(5?i"nost beautiful. The tourist business began to taper off In , mid- August in this area, September was slow and every one had wrapped up by October first. In othef areas of the state, Fall%us- incss has been good. It seems to me that a state-wide promotion on October would make many friends of people who have yet to disever just how beautiful ar* the rests at this time of year, and how fine is the fishing. Onccj a person learns this, he will bucl- et part of his time so he may be out-of-doors in October. thursclay, Ocf. 15, 1959 Atgono (la.) Upp«r 0«» Molnai—3 Safety Patrol Training For Students Here Snfoly patrol youngsters of TBrymit. T.ucin Wallncp, Bortha Godfrey and St. CcrHui's schools in Alfioriji \vi'i-o qivon n short course of iiwlruction by W. R. Morrison. DM Moinos, traffic safety consultant With the AAA Motor Club of Iowa. Wednesday. Trainini: for safr-ty patrol includes films rind discussions of specific problem}; tjncountrml hy boys and girls responsible for protfcctfirti: their classmates at husy ciiiti'.rsections near local schools. Purpose of the trainiiiR is to minunive traffic accidents involving school children. Iowa is in its Uvcnty-third year of jib deaths ;it school patrol-protected crossings. Kauffmnn, 03, former Grunt arc.i rpsidrnt and father of, Mrs I^udy Ilardt., of SwAa Cjty. We had livtiri' for tho pnsK' fivY> yijari at Storm-I»al<c. Mr Kanffrnan died Friday following a bout \\-ith flu. O'hrf survivors include two daughters, a son, four j»randc!-,ildifn, and 11 nreat-i.rnindc.lnld! '•!). 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