ing and dinner will be heM Wednesday, September 13 at 'Mr. and Mrt. ftebeft Draft* Md have returned from a vacation trip . to Mn. trvln Handel bat been at Dubuque to see her father, Leo Callan who is hospitalised Shari Arndorfer married Sharon Kay Harms, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harms of Algona, was given in marriage by her father to Walter Piatt, son of Denver Piatt and the late Mrs. Piatt of Mt. Pleasiant, Iowa. The couple was married in the Irvington Presbyterian Church on September 2, at 7:00 p.m. with Rev. Ralph Hindman performing the double ring ceremony. Music was provided by Judy Coleman and Keith Strayer with -Mrs. Gerald Schtnitt accompanying them at the piano. 'Her maid of honor wlas Dianla Isebrands and bride- maid was Ardith Harms, cousin of the bride. The flower girls were Kristal and Kimberly Culbertson with Brett Piatt, nephew of the groom, serving as ring bearer. Mrs. Durwood Walker served as personal attendant. The <grooms attendants were David Piatt, .brother of the groom, as best man and Russell Harms as groomsman. Ushers were Donald Hansen, and Louie Piatt. A reception was held following the ceremony in the church parlor for 100 guests. Patricia Harms, sister of the bride, attended the guest book. Ann Wilson and Mrs. Donald Hansen cut the cake. Jennie Harms, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Tim Long poured. Punch was served by. Charlotte and Roberta Piatt. Karleen Klein, Charleen KDeflrt, Gloria Canadlay land Carol Leek were in charge of gifts. Ladies in the kitchen were Mrs. B. 0. Davis, Mrs. Gerald Coleman, Mrs. Phyllis Struthers, Mrs. Margaret Kent and Mrs. A. J. Eastman with Mr. and Mrs. Garel Leek serving as hosts. Sharon graduated from Titonka high school and is employed at St. Ann Hospital. Walter is employed at United Builders at Algona. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home at 1314 Oak Street,. Algona, Iowa, Mrt. Mary Zlttrlttch, 94, was taken to St. Ann hospital (Monday evening. She has 'been a resident at the Good Samaritan Home 1 since the death of her daughter Annie a few months ago. Mr. and Mrt. Ed Wolf were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kelly at Sioux City. Mr. Kelly is a former Algonian but for the past several years has been salesman for a drug company. His daughter Kathy has enrolled at a college in Sioux Falls, S. D. Mr. end Mrt. Wetley Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pomplun and Mel Bay attended a Kiwanis meeting Sunday till Tuesday at Sioux City. Mrt. Eliiebeth Pott end 'Mrs. Ada Post of Clear Lake attended the funeral services Sunday at Princeton, Minn, for Henry Olson, husband of a niece of the late Messrs. Hugh and Walter Post. They returned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrt. Roy Smith have been visited quite recently by the former's brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dewitt of Washington, 111. Mr. and Mrt. Duane Jenten took the latter's daughter Kathy Hatch to Cedar Falls Wednesday where she enrolled at the university. She had previously attended Morningside college at Sioux City. Terry, ton of Mr. and Mrt. James Powell left for Iowa City Wednesday to enter upon his senior year at the university. He is a history major. Mr. and Mn. Andrew Hanson spent Sunday at Ackley with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Zinnser. John Clark left Friday for Kirksville, Mo., where he is enrolled as a freshman at the Northeast Missouri State Teachers College. He is a 1964 Algona high school graduate and served in the navy until he received his discharge several months ago. He is living in Missouri Hall, room 517. The Don McDonought, of Schaller, were Sunday visitors with Mrs. McDonough's • parents, the L. It Potter*. Mrs. Potter's brother and si«< teHn-law, the Gene Harrises, Springfield, Mo., came Sun' day to spend their Vacation with the Potters. Tba Carrol Potter* drove to Ackely after church Sunday to visit their son Kenneth and family. Mrt. George Scuffham bad 'surgery at Mason City two weeks ago and is making good recovery. Mrt. Alice Clayton accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, the Harold Roethlers and Robert, to Rodgers, Ark., for a short visit with the Harold Claytons, Ward McWhor- ters and Grant Petersons. The latter two ladies are the former Gladys and Mildred Clayton. They left Sunday and came back Thursday. The Lawrence Millers were Sunday guests of the Albert Fishes at Corwith. The Doug Wildint and Mrt. Elmer Potter attended a picnic at John Harris's at Fairmont last Sunday. It was a reunion of the Dan and George Ham families. There were 50 present. The Harrises are former Cresco neighbors of the Wildins and Potters. Mrt. Harold Sabin had a group of neighbors as guests for the birthday of her daughter Peggy. The Ray Miners, of Humboldt, were callers in Algona Sunday. Mrt. Mary Walker hat been a house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison, Mrs. Walker's husband was the late Will Walker and the family consisted of a son Philip, now living in Chicago, HI., land a daughter Frances now 'living in Cedar Rapids. They are well known former Al- gonians. Mrs. Walker spends the winters at Phoenix, Ariz, and divides her time in the summer with the son and daughter. Rev. Noland of the Pint Methodist church, attended the Executive meeting of Conference Camp Committee at Fort Dodge Monday, September 2. The Methodist Men't meet- Minnesota, Michigan and Wi* **** l * m * t* t«*.i •-*-•' —i—t '•- Mrt* Wary Wm e^werrww., her eighty-fifth birthday August 9. She has not been feeling quite as well as usual of late. She is at the home of her son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Immerfall and Monday her daughter, Mrs. Oswald Thilges spent some time with her. Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole of Irvington and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mesoher of Burt. Mr. and Mrt. Robert Immal had as guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Tracy of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Ronedt Davis of Charles City. Mrt. Evalyn McDougall of Mason City was a weekend guest of Mrs. Ruth Cook. Mrs. McDougall and her late husband Wallace formerly lived here and he was manager of the Botsford Lumber Yard. Mrs. McDougall is employed in the Park clinic at Mason City. The son Bob and family lives at Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrt. Al Schaden- dorff have had as guests the latter's brother and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. William Iverson and daughter Judy of Lamona, Wash. Judy plans to enter Concordia college at Seward, Neb. Mr. and Mrt. Ray Beamish spent Sunday at Iowa Falls with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish. Mrt. Milton Dahl and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson have as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt and family of Iowa Falls. Mrs. Pratt is a daughter of Mrs. Dahl and Mr. Pratt is a son of Mrs. Hobson. Mr. and Mrt. Elgin Allen were alt Waverly Sunday to see the latter's mother, Mrs. Martha Zahn who is in a retirement home. They were overnight guests of their niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Doni Hageman. They also stopped at Hampton to see Mr. Allen's father, Jack Allen, who has not been in good health for a time. Tom, ton of Mr. and Mr*. Everett Anderson had as guests last week Cheryl Thompson of St. Joseph, Mb. They met at Maryville while torn was attending the o* tey. MU»- Thompson * f» iunantf tttcte rof hec Mnof ycir. Tom to now employed at the Read furniture store and came from Toledo, Ohio where he had been with the Phillip Morris have moved to Covlflftoft, Ky., a ptwmotton for Mr. Otem ~JLK , tm -.•- J q^j»J'^l_j,A Ji •wno • cnipKnrBu ' ' ' • Jj^i ti*4«* .i^ji^u ^l£^| Jf U^ynit •on iNtw uwii iwra inm Moinea viHtiM tf* par Mr. and Mrs. IveVrtt Ander* son. He to employed with the International Harv«ater com- nave returned Huntington, West Va., where they had visited with their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mr». Richard Olson arid family. In the meantime they . ' Sfacay Lev/tatt tf Mr<ifl4 .Mrs. Frank Kern celebrated 4U* 2nd birthday, Friday Sept 8. .Gucat* tor the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs C. B. D*t- rtdt; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Detrtek; Mr and Mrt. John Mgdgtwe and ********* eW|a^B^ , (ft****! Ja^j|tt|ia^Bft>*' ftetfheU a%att "• Amway Household Products Meeting and Pot Luck dinnet at their home Saturday «*s AM* for all of their Amway DiMrtbutots. HOLDS DINNER ' A dinner wts field Sunday it Mr, and Mrs. Leo SUbifTs tat observance of the birthday of Mn. Row Sabin. Present were Mean and Meadamet Rex. Swanson, Harold Ounp> ney of Arnokto Park, Harold Opheim of Whittemore, and Mr, w Titonka girl weds here Peggy Lee Michaelsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Michaelsan of TLtonka and Kenneth L. Egel, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Louis Egel, Algona, were married Saturday eve- •ninig, Septembar 2, at the First Baptist Church in Algona. Pastor A. W. Nelson of Bancroft performed the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her father. Julie Amelsberg, organist., accompanied Greg Michaelsen, soloist, and the Johnson Trio. \ Janice Alke, cousin of the 'bride was her personal attend' ant. Iris Michaelsen, cousin of the bride, was Maid of Honor, bridesmaids were Judy Egel, sister of the groom, and Charlotte Pyles, Minneapolis, land Colene Byers, Warsaw, Indiana, both college friends of the bride. Sherry and Terry Michaelsen, twin niece and nephew of/ the bride were flower girl and rimgbearer. 'Greg Michaelsen, brother of the bciae, was best man. Groomsmen were Kenneth Egetf cousin, of the groom, Darwin Michaelsen, brother of the bride, and Dennis Christensen, friend of the - THIRD - | in a series of coat advertisements —j ^ In the third advertisement in a series, Darla Carr models one of the many, many suburban coats in stock NOW at the Chrischilles Store. When Darla isn't modeling she is helping to serve the customers of the Chrischilles Store on the main floor. Darla models a coat from the SUBURBAN COAT SECTION. This is by far the largest section of the coat department and has over 150 coats to choose from . . . corduroy, suede, wool melton, plaids, plains, checks, stripes, and this fine ALL WOOL fleece trimmed in real leather. The days are getting colder . . . don't wait until these •coats are picked over and your favorite is gone . . . stop at the Chrischilles Store today and pick yours ... by far the largest selection of suburban coats in all NORTHWEST IOWA . . . priced from $20.00 ... ASK TO SEE THESE AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE were Barry Nelson and Don Egel. A reception was held in the church furloiff lor 100 guests. Karen Seegebarth was in charge of the guest 'book. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Michaelsen and .Mr. and Mrs. Art Widimark were dining room hosts and.hostesses. Gift carriers, cousins of the bride were Roxanne and Susan Schwandt, Kathy Alke, and Jill Thacker. 'Mrs. Donald Michaelsen and Mrs. Lloyd Bollinger poured. Mrs. Gerald Radig, aunit of •the bride, and Mrs. William Beckman cut the wedding cake. Waitresses were Nancy Nelson, Debbie Stenzel, Linda Egel, 'Becky Egel, Mama Michaelsen and Sandy Seege- barth. Lenora Huisman, Becky Logan, Frances Packer and Sally Swansou were in charge of gifts. After a short wedding trip to Northern Minnesota the newlvweds will reside at 208 E. Call. Peggy is a legal secretary for the firm of Shorn- way, Kelly & Fratedt, and Kenneth is employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. ATTENDS PARENTS DAY Mr. and Mrs 1 . 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