* 4-ALOONA (tftw*) ADVANCI THUtJDAY, JUNi 14, ttM Ann Seger married Ann Louise Seger and Roger Lee Wright were married Saturday evening, 7:30 p.m., in the First Methodist church here. Rev. N. M. Coughenour, performed the double ring ceremony. • Mrs. N. M.. Coughenour was organist. The bride is the daughter of the Glenn Segers, Algona, and the groom is the son ot Mrs. C. Edward Cunningham, Wa ver- ly, and the late Joe Wright. The bride was escorted to the altar by her lather and attended by her sister, Mrs. Larry Leaneagh, matron, of honor, and Rutn Ellen Denny, bridesmaid. The groom's attendants were his broiners, Ronald, best man, and William, groomsman. Usn- ers were Joa Fuiks, Waverly, and Gordon Meisgeier, Iowa Ui- ty. A reception was held in, the church parlors following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley H. Muckey were hosts. Mrs. Kendall Happel had the guest book, Mrs. Gerald Wright, Charles City, served punch and Mrs. Ronald Dralle, Clarksville, poured. Mesdames Sidney G. Taylor and Clarence S. Armmtrout, both ot Des Moines, cut the cake. Wesleyan Service Guild members helped with the serving. Mesdames Gordon Meisgeier, Iowa City, and Orville Duncan opened gifts. Guests came from Waverly, Charles City, Clarksville, Waterloo, Greene, Des Moines, Ames, Knoxville, Rodman, Blairsburg, Webster City, Eikhart, and bt. Paul, Minn., and Chicago, 111. The bride is a graduate of Algona high school and will be a junior at Iowa City as a music major. The groom is an Em- Photo by Glenn's Studio. metsburg high school graduate, attended Wartburg at Waverly for three years and is in his second year in college of Medicine at Iowa City. He is affiliated with the Nu Sigma Nu medical fraternity. They will live at the Hilltop Trailer Court at Iowa City. first concert by city band Thursday The Algona Municipal band will give its first summer conr cert Thursday night at 8 p. m. in the new city parking lot. A varied program including three marches, three familiar tunes, and several popular numbers will be presented by the band under the direction of Russell C. Guster. MASONIC DEGREES The members of the Kossuth County Shrine club exemplied the Master Mason degree last Tuesday night for James Lowman and will present it again this Thursday (today) to Jerry Anderson. Both are local men. The meetings were held at Prudence Lodge No. 205 of Algona at the Masonic Temple. Stewart McFadden was in charge of arrangements for the degree work. Les Kenyon is president of the local Shrine Club. SEWING CLUB Mrs. Lyle Steete entertained her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. Eleven members were present. Jerry Downey married June 4 in Chicago The Everett Martels, Chicago, announce the marriage of their daughter Diane to Jerry Downr ey, son of the Joe Downeys, of Algona. They were married in Chicago June 4. After the ceremony a reception was given at the Conrad Hilton hotel, Chicago. June 5 Jerry and Diane left Chicago by jet for California Where they are guests of her grandparents. After June 15 they will live at 119 South Linn, Iowa City, where both are registered for the summer session at the university. She will be graduated from S. U. I. in August with a bachelor's degree in political science. He is in the graduate school of political science, having graduated from S. U. I. in June, 1965. Mrs. Downey and daughter Karen, of Minneapolis, attended, along with several friends of the couple from Iowa City. BAD. for DAD. Father's Day is June 191 • KNIT IREVJ TEE SHUTS SHOBIS Father's Day is June 19 and every dad can use a pair or a wardrobe of this famous, fine quality underwear. Men of action like the easy comfort and fine fit of the B.V.D. long wearing cotton. CHARGE IT AND SAVE TOO/ AT S & L Advertise In th« Advance Largest PAID circulation Corwith youth married Corwith — Miss Barbara Jo Ruprich, daughter of Mr; land Mrs. Elmer J. Ruprich of Oshkosh, Wis., was married to Mi- chael Rae Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Will; Corwith, on Saturday, June 4, at the First English church. The Rev. Rob- ert ft. Herder performed the ceremony. The bride's sister. Miss Karen Ruprich, was maid of honor Mid Miss Mary Will, Mankato, Minn., twin sister of the bridegroom, And Miss Nancy Saur, Chicago, the aids. Terri Mahueg, Wausau, was the flower girl, Roger Will, Minneapolis, served as best man for his brother, and Curtis Will, Atlantic, and Craig Dawson of Iowa City, Were the groomsmen. Jay Lee Fierke, Oshkosk, Wis., and Al Buenning, Independence, Ushered. The reception was held at the Century clubhouse from 4:30 to 8:30. A buffet supper was served. The couple left for a honeymoon in Upper Peninsula of Michigan and in Canada, and art at home in South Manor Apartments at Marshalltown. Both young people are graduates Of Wartburg college at Waverly. The bride taught girls physical education the past year at Forest City. Mr. Will, who has a business administration degree, is with the Lennox Corp. in Marshalltown. DEGREE TO HONOR Degree of Honor Carnation club will meet June 20, 8 p.m. with Marie Scuffham. Assisting Mrs. Scuffham will be Myrna Gregson and Mabel Hargreaves. V^^Hwl HI , IV _ IHvVwWI aM*ti Mm Brigadier General Robert L Gaffifftth, deputy commanding general, 34th Command Mead' quarters, will conduct art in* spection of B Battery, 1st Howitzer Battalion, 194th ArtiU- ary, on Thursday, June 16 at the local armory. The inspect' ion will start at 8 p.m. with an inspection in ranks followed by a demonstration of a field problem in front of the grandstand at the fairgrounds at 8:30 p.m. 1** 14t« ftoMte fc iftvitsd to e tieifitrtiitfitifllli mil be HiffifM MI tie will Uftdittliiwi it )ut*nt Soi^l ef General JuiiMtf F oritfinaily scheduled to condu ltoTiite|x*tioii but a chinge i hte sctosdule his the general irt governor's days activities at Camp *ttptey> MitM', that day. } Too Uto To Olittiff FOR SALE — Stewing Hens -f 35c each. Otto Jagels, LuVerne. Telephone 8824478. • TYPEWRITERS • DESK LAMPS • TRAVEL CASES • CRIBBAGE BOARDS • BRIEFCASES • BOOKS • CHESS SETS • SOFTBALL GLOVES Hutzell's School & Office Supplies ALGONA ' CHRISCHILLES ANNUAL SPECIAL ORDERS, PLEASE! Nothing Held Back! All Quality Goods from Our Regular Stock The more you buy — the more you save. Our sixth annual 10% Off Sale last year was such a success that we are again repeating it for the benefit of our customers. 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