16-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, Feb. 13, 1968 Helen Lickteig, Wesley, Is February 3 Bride Helen Lickteig, daughter of Albert Lickteig and the late Rose Lickteig of Wesley and Donald Paulsen, son of Mrs. Frances Paulsen of Mason City were united in marriage Feb. 3 at 10 a. m. in St. Joseph's Catholic church in Wesley. Rev. Wm. Phillips officiated at the double ring ceremony. Music was provided by the children's choir, accompanied by Sister Mary Ralph, organist. Mary Jo Becker sang the offertory solo. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an "A"-' line gown of sheer silk over taffeta, designed with an empire bodice accented with pearls, bateau neckline, and long tapered sleeves. A chapel-length fan- shaped train completed the gown. Her bouffant veil of silk illusion was held by a cluster of silk petals accented with pearls. Ruth Lickteig was her sister's maid of honor. Robert Bartlett, friend of the groom was best man. Ushers were William Pruin and Dennis Potthoff. Margaret Lickteig, sister of the bride, was her personal attendant. Immediately following the ceremony, a dinner and reception were held at the Garner Memorial hall. Approximately 220 guests were served. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Becker were the host and hostess. The cake was cut by Mrs. Wm. F. Huglin and Mrs. Lauretta Cimijotti, godmothers of the couple. Mrs. Alan Hanson was in charge of the guest book and Betty Huglin and Mary Jo Becker served the punch. Judy Bergman, Mary Joyce Grandgenett and Margaret Lickteig opened gifts. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan High School, Algona, and the groom graduated from St. Joseph High School, Mason City. The couple will live on a farm south of Mason City. -74TH- Mr. and Mrs. George Lockwood of Larrabee celebrated their 74th wedding anniversary there Feb. 7. George, 93, and Mary, 92, have lived in the Cedar- Spring township nearly all their lives. With Your Personal Property • INSURE IT 3 WAYS WITH A NEW HOUSEHOLDERS' PROTECTIVE FLOATER! Covers against Loss by • FIRF INCLUDING W rmC EXTENDED COVERAGE • THEFT • OTHER HAZARDS Blossom Insurance Agency 109 N. DODGE ALGONA, IOWA SOCIETY NEWS GARDEN CLUB ELECTS The Algona Garden Club met Monday afternoon, Feb. 5, at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Bickert with co-hostesses Mrs. Alice Fox and Mrs. Pearl McEnroe assisting. The club, which was organized in 1935, now has an enrollment of 40 members coming from U'hittemore, Bancroft and the Algona area. Five new members were welcomed at this meeting. Thenewofficers in charge of this meeting and chosen fora two- year term were: Mrs. Vivian Kuhn, president; Mrs. Marian Trupke, secretary; and Mrs. Shirley Hedlung, treasurer. The central theme for the year 1968 will be conservation. Throughout the year various table arrangements in capsule form will be presented by each set of hostesses. The february hostesses used a .Valentine theme, presenting a capsule luncheon table in shades of pink and red. Mrs. Delia Pannkuk provided a most enjoyable account of her two-month world tour by show- ing her slides taken in Europe, Hawaii, the Orient and the United States. Her talk was highlighted further with the presentation of the dolls in native dress which she had collected in the various countries she visited. The March 4 meeting of the club will be held at the home of Mrs. Iris Hinton at 1:30 p. m. - o PLAYED CARDS Mrs. H. W. Miller was hostess to her bridge club Friday. - o - EIGHT SPECKS The Eight Specks 500 club meets Feb. 13 with Mrs. Harold Hobson. - o - BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. John Dutton was hostess to her bridge club Monday. Guests were Mrs. Ted Larson, Mrs. Marie Lampright and Mrs. Albert Granzow. WESLEY - Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Anfinson left Tuesday, Feb. 13, on a sight-seeing and visiting trip to southern and uastern states. Connie Richter, Wesley, To Wed WESLEY - Connie Richter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richter, will be married to Walter L. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith of Salisbury, N. C., Saturday, Feb. 17, in St. Joseph's Catholic church at 11 a. m. The groom-to-be is in the Navy and is stationed in California, where the young couple will go after the wedding. Connie has been employed at the Gulf Oil Co. in Des Moines. Decker Pack Has Wesley Station WESLEY - Jacob E. Decker & Son are now in business in the former Reiling sale barn that was purchased lately by Armour & Co. of Chicago. They are open all day Monday through Friday and Saturday till noon. LaVerne Clingerman is the buyer. Mr. and Mrs. Clingerman and two children, Marcia Darlene, 5, and Melinda Sue, 3, have moved from Carroll into a house south of Corwith. I the most talked about mattress family in the world! SEALY POSTUREPEDIC 9 see our wide and wonderful selection FROM Each gives comfortably firm support designed in cooperation with orthopedic surgeons-no morning backache from d» Y*tf\ s eeping on a too-soft mattress. 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