WAljjono (la.) Upper Dei Mointt Thursday June 22, 1967 Miss Brandt Of Ledyard Weds Titonka Man LEDYARD - Bethany Evi."v- gelical and Reformed chare.*-, ivers provided the setting June 11 :" the wedding of Deanns L« =-.oi: and Marvin Rippentrcy. AixMt ring ceremony was psrf:—.?:>;> Rev. Victor Vriessr.. Parents of the cc-ur.:« ire Mr. and Mrs. Orviile 5ri.-ji: :.: !•?> yard and Mr. ani Mrs. . r ;>M "-. Rippentrop of Tit.irjci. Nicky Senkr^il m r:nii ;.: honor. Briaesrr.ais v--.r? ."I.-.LT Olson and Mariij-r. Kenti^i.. sister of the grrorr.. Juu.-c bridesmaid WLJ Cyni'uL Saaai. Attending the grnan. as !>ss". man «-a.s Wendell Harinun.. Sc.~- ing as groorr.srriftr, vc.rr Cak Fowler anc Larr;. ?.u:i;;snuat:. Delray Brand;, iiroih&r x t!u bride, was junior craamsmai,. Ushers were Dar. ;,isnu.zi- in;;. Steve 3asci.. The bride was drssse:: n; l\s-.: mother's wedding gen-.-, an;! v&L, with a train that was rir-jfc! by her godchild, Cr-ystit C.iwiiu Nuptial music was prorwsi : r Donald Buli-r, orrar.:?:, ML ">";.:•non Anderson, sL-loist. Carol Keil was the t.r:;ir's:*> sonal attendant. Two hundred guests ine.Tir: the reception at the Sirloin H:>u$? in Fairmont, Minn. Following a short wedding trip, the newlyweds will be in Minne- applis where both will be attending the University of Minnesota. Iv-H-i. Xi< itvr. a-virvtei a Cer- tif.c-i:? :r. vVcrr:.ili$rri for out- 5C;oiViC i:ac:~;: Achievement. 7,- 'cv *:-,r.Mt- ::r the social Dianne Malueg Marries Keith Dwlre Here June 4 ! Fenton I I Chit - Chat \ - o John K. Johnson was released from the Buffalo Center hospital Sunday after having been a patient there from the previous Thursday. Mrs. Harold Inglett was transferred from the Buffalo Center hospital to St. Joseph's hospital, Mason City, Friday. Mrs. Mary Cassem of Lakota accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Oldenberg of Blue Earth to Morris, HI. last week where she is visiting at the home of her son and family, the Russell Cassems, and with the June Olsons. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Blome, Judy and Corrine and Palmer Cassem left for' Illinois to visit and bring Mrs. Cassem home. The Oldenbergs went on to Norfolk Va. to visit her sister and family, the Gary Eichhorns. Sunday, Supt. and Mrs. Quentin Hardt and family of Havelock visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson. Mrs. Zilphy Hardt was also a guest at the Anderson home. Are Seeking River Queen At Sioux City Port of Sioux City River-Cade officials today extended an invitation to all graduating high school girls to participate in the Queen of the River contestduring the 1967 festival, August 2-6. Captain and Mrs, Glenn LeGrand, the uniformed officer In charge and the queen's chaperone, respectively, Issued the invitation, calling attention to the $1,00^ scholarship which goes to the winner, along with a year of ! experience as River-Cade representative. This year's winner will suc- "ceed Queen Andree Tracey, who '.was selected the last day of the 1966 River-Cade. .' Entrants must be at least 18 -by October 1, 1967, but not older -than 23 by August 2, 1967, and •must be single. Each girl is •asked to write Captain LeGrand, 1,3236 Grandview Blvd., Sioux City, .•for further information. ;Gets Certificate '-' David Reid of Algona, a June "graduate of the University of \ THOMAS " \ FUNERAL CHAPEL _• Fenton, Iowa *• Experienced -* Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 889-2796 RINGSTED 866-1006 866-1001 866-1970 ':> 11 r.r:r.::>ers ir.: :r.e guest, ibs-erre-i ":± i luncheon at the J:hns-j~ K^use in Algona in Sept. The next meeting w'ill be a potluck picnic at the park. Mrs. Walter Laage gave a reading. A white elephant sale was held with Mrs. Al Willrett as auctioneer and Mrs. Laage assisting her. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Wm. Wiener home were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wiener and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hainzinger and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Iverson. Friday evening callers at the Donald Hainzinger home were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Krauseand family. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hansen and Mr. and 'Mrs. Lyle Hansen attended the wedding of Bonnie Norland, daughter of the Albert Norlands, and Garry Hugeback at Mankato Saturday. Barbara Hansen, Lake Crystal, is visiting at the Adolph Hansen home. Saturday evening visitors at the Lyle Hansen home were Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Mueller and boys, Stanton, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Koenck and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lockwood, and family of Swea City. Sunday dinner. guests at the Fred Jentz home were Mr. and Dianne Malueg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin A. Malueg of Algona, and Keith Dwire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dwire of Tyler, Minn., were married Sunday, June 4, at the Presbyterian church by Rev. Walter Morz. The bride wore a chapel-length gown with a brush train of pure silk organza and re-embroidered lace. The high rise bodice was styled with short sleeves and a soft rounded Bateau neckline. It topped a soft A-line skirt of pure silk organza. The bridal cap was an orange blossom cluster which held a three-tiered veil of illusion. Her only jewelry was a white gold locket, a gift from the groom. Her bouquet consisted of yellow roses and white daisies. Maid of honor was Jean Malueg, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Janie Follmer and Joyce Holcomb. Best man was John Henricksen. Groomsmen were Merlin and Robert Dwire, brothers of the groom. Mrs. Richard Mawdsley was organist and John Lovstad was vocalist. Ushers were Keith Strayer and Eugene Sannerud. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors. Marilyn Skow had the guest book. Mrs. Marguerite Long poured coffee; Mrs. Jerry Thilges and Mrs. Ralph Strayer cut the cake. Mrs. Henry Farwick and Mrs. Jack Farwick poured punch. Waitresses were Jo Cox and Helen Skow. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Skow. The bride and groom are graduates of Mankato State College. Both are teachers and will be living in Prior Lake, Minn, during the coming school year. After a wedding trip to Brainerd, Minn., the couple will be at home in Mankato, where the groom will begin work on his master's degree in mathematics. Mrs. Eldon Hurlburt and family, Mrs. Lorraine Berkland, Cheryl and Dennis, Ft. Dodge, Gary Elmers, Dennis Uthof and Mrs. Lenz Jentz. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp visited Trudy Huskamp at Ames Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wessel and family, Ft. Dodge, spent the weekend at the Donald Hurlburt home. Cheryl Uthof, daughter of the Ray Uthofs, had a tonsillectomy at Holy Family hospital Tuesday. Young men of this area who flew to Ft. Campbell, Ky. June 17 are A/2c Roger Cherland, Arden Norland, Larry Bierstedt and Gene Lockwood, and A/3c Craig Jensen. They are members of the 133 aircraft control and warn- ing night unit of the Iowa National Guard of Ft. Dodge who are taking part in a training program from June 17-July 1 at Ft. Campbell, RM/2 Lor en Krause, Long Beach, Calif., l s spending a 3- week furlough at the home of his parents, the Ervin Krauses. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs, Mr. and Mrs. Wiilard Wessel and family, Ft. Dodge, and Mrs. Don Hurlburt and Mike spent Sunday at Ingham Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan were Sunday dinner guests at the Eldon Duncan horns. Good Neighbors Help Clean Up Seneca Farm SENECA — The tornadic winds that whipped through the Seneca and Fenton areas early Thursday morning did the most serious damage at the Everett Witham farmstead located northeast of Fenton. Friends and neighbors came Thursday morning and helped pick up and clean up the debris left by the storm. The county sent two trucks and a bulldozer and Joe Lynch brought a truck and 22 loads of debris were hauled away. Helping with the cleanup were Clarence Menz, Joe Lynch, Bill Petticord, Raymond Bergum, Harry Yungeburg, Algona; Fred, Dwane and Rickie Johannesen, Chris Dahl, John Simpson, Whittemore; Leo Ramus, Lone Rock; Donald Hainzinger, Fenton; Charles Thompson and George Kockler, Bancroft; Claude Johnson, Ross and Randy, Hans Jensen and Oscar Patterson, all helping on Thursday. Friday, a group of men came and moved about 2,600 bales of hay out of the barn. They included Russell Kauffman, Robert Fortney,. Art Bergum, Verle Smith, Dick O'Donnell, Wayne and Dick Lynch, Claude Johnson, Lewis, Jerry and Jim Breese; David and Dave Lynch, Hans Jensen, John Simpson, Elmer Hanisch, Dwane Johannesen, Joe Madden, Bob Marlow, Ervin Votteler and C. 0. Bailey. Neighbor ladies brought dinner for the men both days. The dinner Thursday was served by Mrs. Hans Jensen, Mrs. John Simpson, Mrs. C. 0. Bailey, Mrs. Ervin Votteler and Rennee, Mrs. David Lynch, Mrs. Elmer Hanisch, Mrs. Art Bergum, and Mrs. Fred Johannesen. The Friday noon meal was brought and served by Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Mrs. Leo Ramus, Mrs. Chris Dahl, Mrs. Dave Lynch, Mrs. John Simpson, Mrs. Harry T , , _ _ • "- . m . '•wAw^mvx^---v^^v.<iw<>K^vj«ii^-;5..$-WK«'^^^W4 | W ' WmllBBMHBlEOTNMHM&TTOK; lop left. Chevy D Nova Sport Coupe. Foreground: Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan. Top right: Comoro Sport Coupe. Only Chevrolet offers The roomiest car in America The results of the Automotive /Vc".\s roomings s:ud\ Chevrolet is the roomiest car made m Ann-Mica' Combine all that space with Chevrolet s good looks and IO-A puce and it's easy :o see >,\hy Chevrolet remain:, UK- number one choice. The best value in its class CIH->.<, D naturally. You can spot the quality ,n the deep Macjic-Ylmoi finish, the lugged all-vinyl upholstery and :-u- tlusr.-and-diy rocker panels. We put mere into Chevy D so u v.ill cost you less to keep up The lowest, widest sportster at its price If you tinnk Camam looks a little sportic-i than others at its pi'ce. you're right. Fact :> Camaro stands wider and lower. And those good-looking dimensions give you the closest thing yet to sports-car response. Chevrolet's built-in advantages are another reason you •wwitywW'JJWI that sure feeling y| 108 So. Hall KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Algona, Iowa 14 onu Yungeburg, Algona, and Mrs. Joe Madden. The Williams are deeply appreciative to their friends and neighbors for this help. The storm also did considerable damage to buildings on the Lyle England farm just west of Seneca. An empty grain bin and a garage were destroyed and the debris was scattered for several rods through the field in a northeasterly direction. - o - CLUB TOUR Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club held their annual club tour Monday evening, June 12. Displaying beef projects were Rickie Johannesen, Steve Cherland, Randy Kabrick, Dennis Wilberg, Tim and Tresea Lynch, and Kathy Jensen. Dick Lynch had a sheep project and Jeffrey Bauer displayed his garden plot. Members showing dairy heifers included Mike Cyphers, Terry Weisbrod, Darrel Nyman and Arlin Nyman. Market hog litters were shown by Edward Bergum, Lee Bergum, JdAnn Bernhard and Brenda Bernhard, Steve Fischer and Tom Bergim. Douglas Nyman showed his cli- matology project and Mike Cyphers had entomology as his project. Parents attending and accom- paning the boys on their tour included: Mrs. Richard Bauer, Henry Wilberg, Roger Jensen, Mrs. Wayne Nyman, Mr. and Mrs. Amey Cherland, Roger Cherland, Delmar Fischer, Art Bergum, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bergum. The group concluded their tour at the Claude Johnson home where refreshments were served. - o - BIRTHDAY PARTY The Blakjer Lutheran church women held their annual birthday party at the church parlors Thursday with Mesdames Odey Cherland, Amey Cherland, John Johannesen and David Looft hostesses. Mrs. Henry Looft welcomed the guests and read a letter of greeting from Mrs. Harold Anderson and Ruth Ann of Ringsted who were unable to be in attendance. The program opened with group singing after which Mrs. Curtis Olsen gave meditation and prayer. Mesdames Henry Wilberg and Ordean Kabrick sang, after which Mrs. Ted Jensen presented the radio program which was broadcast over station KICD recently. Mrs. Melvin Bratrud, Nursery Roll chairman, gave a reading showing the importance of early religious training for children. The birthday offering was then received with Mrs. John Johannesen playing the offertory. As the months of the year were called, members and guests bring an offering of a penny for each year of their age. Members and friends receiving special recognition were Mrs. Carrie Jensen of Estherville, Mrs. John Cherland and Mrs. Serena Petersen and guests, Mrs. Mamie Long of Memonie, Wise, and Mrs. Alfred Petersen. The program closed with a hymn and the table prayer, after which the Nursery Roll chairman and her little guests led the way to the basement where refreshments were served. - o Weekend guests of the Henry Loofts included their son and family, the Dick Loofts, Minneapolis. Saturday, they were supper guests at the David Looft home as were Mrs. Bertha Pommer of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit De Waard of rural Titonka. The group honored Dick Looft on his birthday and also the fathers. Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus and Jeanette and Diane spent Tuesday afternoon and evening visiting the former's siter, Mrs. Carroll Ernst and family, Humboldt, and in the evening attended a bridal revue. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ohnemus and family spent Sunday visiting their daughter, Shirley, at Mason City. Shirley is doing secretarial work there. Real Estate Transfers Hansen, David A. & Vivian F. to Marlin R. Geerdes 5-19-67 W frl 1/2 of the NW 1/4 31-09-29. Ludwig, Vernell & Alice J. to Mary & George Schwabauer 5-16-67 Call's Smart's Add. to Algona Lot 5 blk 5; Newlin, Margaret B., Wclw. to Darrell & Pauline Newlin 5-19-67 An undiv. 1/2 of an tmdiv. 1/2 int. in following desc. Real Estate NE 1/4 the E 1/2 N 1/4; SW 1/4 NW 1/4 the N 1/2 SE 1/4 the SW 1/4 SE 1/4 & that pt. of the NW 1/4 NW 1/4 commencing at the NE corner of said quarter sec. thence S 60* thence W 320* thence N 63', thence E 320' to point of beginning all in 16-100-30. Waldschmidt, James P. & Patricia to State of Iowa 5-19-67 A portion of SW 1/4 desc. as see rec. 9-100-30. Wibben, Bennie B. & Grace M. to C.K. Kohlhaas 5-23-67 N 1/2 of Lots 5 & 6 blk 154 except S 22' of N 1/2 & S 44' of lots 3 & 4 blk 154 Call's Add. to Algona. Algona, City of to Bituminous Material & Supply Co. 5-18-67 That pt. of extension of McCoy St. now vacated lying N of R of W of C.M. St. P. & P. R. R. Co. & lying S. of the Center line of blk 87 Call's Add, Algona. Cink, Dennis & Janice, Michael J. & Marilynne P. to Hoenk Farms, Inc. 5-12-67 E 1/2 1C 1/4 24-96-30. Chicago, & N. W. R. Co. to Corwith Comm. Coop 5-12-67 That pt. of NE 1/4 NW 1/4 desc. as see rec. 22-94-27. 295-3554 June is Dairy Month The story of better dairy products is mostly a cooperative story Pure milk, healthy children, arid dairy cooperatives go together. For years, farm cooperatives, organized by the dairy farmers themselves, have led in setting higher standards of quality, for milk, butter, cheese, ice cream . . . and the many other products made from milk. They have established sanitary regulations, encouraged the use of modern milk-handling equipment, and pioneered in efficient distribution of dairy products. Because cooperatives have shown the way . . . they are important in all parts of the dairy industry. Today, most dairymen belong to cooperatives. A cooperative creamery picks up milk from the farm. A cooperative delivers it to the bottling plant. Often, a cooperative delivers it to homes and stores. Other cooperatives manufacture butter, cheese, dried milk, ice cream and other products. The abundance of dairy foods available today, their purity and flavor, their price in relation to other foods, is another American achievement. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Curtis Lura, Mgr. IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR E. F. Immerfall, Mgr. LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE ___ Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mgr. WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR Alfred Schultz, Mgr. (Hobarton Branch) BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR ____ Ronald Jurgens, Mgr. LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR Bernard Reilly, Mgr. OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR J err y Hoffman, Mgr. WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO R. W . Jurgens, Mgr. TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR Jac k Stott, Mgr. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode R. L. Matheson, Mgr.
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