12— Algon* (Iowa) Advance THURSDAY, OCT. W W ^W^rW ^H^bV^^W WONMR (Riff rites Algonan takes bride Sandra Lee Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miller, Esthervillc, and William Arthur Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Hall, Algona, were married Saturday, September 2, at 11 a.m. at St. Patrick's Catholic church, Estherville. Rt. Rev. Msgr. James H. Duhigg officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Joseph Erpelding was organist and Francis Eveleth sang. Mary Sue Hall, sister of the groom, was maid of honor and Mrs. Tom Anderson, of Sioux Falls, cousin of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaid was Cindy Reynolds and flower girl was Lori Spies. The groom was attended by Tony Bradley, Mankato, as best man. Groomsmen were William Milder and Allen Priebe, both of Algona. Ushers were James Spies and Charles Sarazine. Ring bearer was Matt Spies. The reception .was held at the Hotel fcardsion Shore room and Linda Misener had the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Hall are at home in Estherville after a wedding trip to the Black Hills. He is a graduate of Algona Garrigan high school and Estherville junior college, and is employed by John Morrell and Co. The bride graduated from Estherville high school and attended Estherville junior college. She is presently employed by Golden Sun Feeds, Inc. Stsal 128 gallons off gasoline in ,,,„» MiiiiiMmiiimiiiiimiiiMiiiMMiiiHinimiHiiwiiMiMni ers Co-op EleVator and an attempt was made to enter K & H Service Co. A total of $91 in cash and bills was taken from the two firms. Titonka marshal A. C. Neeland detected nothing amiss when he went home shortly after 1 a.m. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the McCullough funeral chapel for Ruth Maxine Brotherton, 48, who died last Friday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Hendren, Algona. The Reverend Walter More officiated, 'and burial was in Riverview cemetery with McCulloughs in charge of arrangements. Surviving besides her parents is a daughter, Janice Knutson, Fort Dodge, a brother Loran, Bismarck, N. D., and two sisters, Mrs. Loreen Nelson, Algona, and Dorothy, Mrs. Francis Rowe, Plato, Minnesota. Casketbearers were Max King, Ronald Sabin, Peter Jorgenson, Robert Deal, John Simon and Lloyd Bohannon. IMPROPER BACKING The Algona police department investigated an accident on North Thorington street at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, when Jacob Mike Simons, 65, backed from the curb and hit a 1963 Mercury driven by Maxine Louise Busch, 30, Algona. There was $110 damages to the right front fender, headlight and grille of the Busch auto and $50 to the Simons Comet. Charges of improper backing were filed against Simons. ADVANCE WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS • •••0) • ••• III 0)0)0) Titonka theft The fourth break-in in two niphts at Titonka as investigated last Friday morning by deputy sheriff Don Wood. It occurred at the Custom Farm Services firm and came after three previous firms had been entered or attempts had ^een made to enter the places of business the preceding night. A total of 128 gallons of gasoline and four packages of cigarettes were taken at the Custom Farm Services, which is located one-half mile east of Titonka. The glass was broken out of the front door and it was then unlocked. The gas pump was turned on and the gas pumped out. Some was spilled on the ground. Places burglarized the preceding night were Jerry's Gulf Service, the Farm- Big Color Console, RCAVICTORWEEK Starting •« low at . . .. $ 299 95 For RCA Color TV! When you're first in Color TV, there's got to be a .reason. Like new RCA Super Bright Hi-Lite Color Tube for 38% brighter highlights this year. Powerful 25,000-volt chassis . . . New Vista VHP tuner and Solid State UHF tuner. All this at a price that's pleasing to the pocketbook. RCA\ACTOR • • • • Rntiwn* intafiw •ntortainmcnl. Mr. ami Mn. William fit* enbacher had as guests Wednesday for their daughter's 4th birthday, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heiderscheidt. Friday guests were the Jerry Moffits and Jerry Jr., the Lester Els- enbachers and sons, of Armstrong, the Joe Eisenbachers and sons of Swea City and the honoree's sister, Jeanette. Mr. and Mr., Gerald Volot and James entertained Wednesday night at Charlie's Supper club for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel, parents of Mrs. Voigt, in observance of their wedding anniversary. Mr, and Mrs. Earl Petersen, Spirit Lake, were overnight guests of the Geigels. Mr. Petersen had served as best man at the wedding. Mrs. J. C. Mawdiley it home from Lutheran hospital after three weeks following surgery. Thomas H. Kain, son of the Edward Kains, Algona, is enrolled at the American Institute of Business, Des Moines, as a student in salesmanship, accounting and business. Enrolled in the same course is Gerald F. Camp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Camp. Mr. and Mr*. Lloyd Hauck and Sharon, Hollydale, Calif., will arrive Sunday to visit with the Deb Halls for a week. Their son Don will fly 'in Wednesday to spend a few days here. Mr. Hauck and Mrs. Hall are brother and sister. Also visiting the Halls ace Mrs. Minnie Hauck and Mrs. Mary Barber, Gettysburg. So. Dak, Mrs. Hauck, mbttier of Mrs. Mall, will spend the winter here. Mn. Imelda Eiigeftier at' tended a board meeting of the National Council for Catholic Women at Storm Lake Satur day. Recent visitors of Mrs. Imelda Engesser were her .brother and wife, the Wm. Doo- leys of West Bend. Wis., who were on their way to South Dakota to visit a son who is with St. Francis Mission. Lakota Board In reorganization The reorganization of the Board of Education at the Lakota School took place on Monday evening, September 18. Mike Christ Jr. is now the president of the board. Robert Beemer and James Meurer are filling the three year terms and Joe Berschman fills the two year term to finish out the ,term of Albert E. Slepcr. Carl Gerzema is treasurer for a 2 year term. The president of the board appointed Robert Beemer and Edwin Naumann to the buikj- ing committee and on the bus committee will be James Meurer and Joe Berschmann. —65th— The 65th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benson of Albert City, was observed there with a reception on September 24th. The Bensons were married in 1902. JStSr Ledyard farmer is featured in movie A foflfiir LikoUi woman, Mrs. Carl Christ, 64, died Sunday at Rochester, Minn, where she had been a patient for B«V era! weeks. Funeral services were held Tuesday at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Blue Earth with burial there. She was the former Ellen Trasamar and was born Jan. 8, 1903 in Hardin county. She lived in the Lakota area for many years and Was married to Carl Christ on Jan. 17, lfl» 23. They farmed near Lakota for the next 23 years, moving to Blue Earth in 1946. Me was a farmer and Carpenter since moving. Survivors include the husband, five brothers and three sisters. Included is Mrs. Mike Christ of Lakota. Roy Kennes have 40th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kenne, Algona, observed their 40th wedding anniversary Sept. 27. High mass was held in their honor at 8:15 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. In the evening a surprise party was held at the Legion hall in Whitte more. Hosts for the occasion were their sons and daughter- in-laws, the Irvin Kennes, of West Bend, and Marvin Kennes, Algona. Guests registered from Algona, Bode, Burt, Livermore, Buffalo Center. Rolfe, West Bend, Rodman, Irvington and Whittemore. 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