§*AI06im (la.) Upper Be* Maine* Thursday, March 23, 196t Whittemore Is Wed March 18 WhlHemere — At 7 Saturday evening, Mar, 16, in St, Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore, Norma J. Gade, Whittemore became the bride of James C. Kres- sift, Lotts Creek, with Rev. Cleo Kautseh: officiating at the double ring ceremony. The bridfe is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs; Edwin Gade of Whittemore and 1 the .; bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mi's. : Arthur Kressin of Lotts Cfeek/Rueben Butzke played the processional and recessional and acc6mpartied Mrs. Noman Barber of Fort Dodge who sangr' Escorted ito the altar by her father the bride was attractive in white antique taffeta gown with chapel train with Venice lace trim. Her basque bodice of taffeta was' buttoned at the back with d6ep point front and back of waist. Her scalloped scoop neckline was sequin trimmed with Venice lace outlined the neckline and extended .down the center front to waist line, ' and long sleeves which ended in points at the Wrists. Her full flared skirt With deep inserted pleats in center front and back and large self bow in center back.' Her white imported English bridal illusion fingertip veil wa held in place by a half crown o lace trimmed with sequins. She carried ia cascade bouquet of ret roses, and her jewelry included a tear drop necklace; with matching earrings. , ; Mrs. Paul Meyer, Ottosen, was matron of honor and Ann Vaudt was bridesmaid. John Kressin attended as bestman and "Donald Hainzinger was groomsman. Mike , Kressin and Paul Meyer of Ottosen were ushers, Following the ceremony a re, ception was held in the church parlors for 150 friends and relatives of .the couple. Table waitresses were Carol Studer, Sharon Smith, Judy Gade and Janice Balgemann. Mrs..Geo. Gade was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Jack Gerhart and Mrs. Gene Blanchard were in charge of the gifts. Mrs. Richard Strueck- er and Mrs. Martin Potratz cut and served the cake. Mrs. Orville Kressin and Mrs. Clarence Bierstedt poured. The bride graduated from Whittemore high school in 1060. The bridegroom is a graduate of Fenton high school, has served two years in the Army and has been employed with the state highway commission. After their return from, a week trip in the south they will live on a farm in the Lotts Creek vicinity. Wed 40 Years A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Ostwald Friday evening to observe their 40lh wedding anniversary. Mrs. Ostwaild is the former Bertha Voigt, They were married March 17, 1921 by the late Rev. William Faulstich in St. Paul's Lutheran church and are the parents of a daughter Gladys, Mrs. Dale Coates, of Cedar Falls. Present were Mr, and Mrs. Wade Hanson of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mathers, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ostwald and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt of here and Mr. and Mrs. Ortwin Tietz of Lotts Creek. and Mrs George Meyer Went to Des Moines Saturday afternoon where they attended a shower ol Mary Meyer, daughter of Mr. anc Mrs, Lawrence Meyer. Miss Meyer will be married to Murrell Oliver April 16. Brian Lee Wichtendahl, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl, was baptized in the Sunday morning service. His sponsors were Mrs. Harlan Wichtendahl of Cherokee and Lee Burns of Ever- Fifteen members of this year's confirmation class of St. Paul's Lutheran congregation will be confirmed Palm Sunday, -with Rev. Cleo Kautsch, pastor of St. Paul's church, conducting the rites. The class is Carol Baas, Midton Butzke, Lee Dau, Daniel Gilmore, • Paul Hanson, Darlene Heinrich, Patricia Janssen, Everett Maahs, Kenneth Meyer, Rollie Perkins, William Roeber, Kay Frances Rosendahl, Nancy Walker, Allen Zimmermann and Carol Zimmermann. Sunday dinner guests at the home-of Mr.' and Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl were Mr. and Mrs. George Wichtendahl, Mr. and bred. Mrs. Bernard Wichtendahl and family, Mr, and Mrs. Harlan Wich tendahl and family, Mr and Mrs Elenore Burns and sons, Mrs Gordon Jenson and son and Sel ma and Emogene Wichtendahl of Algona. In honor of the former's son Brian Lee's baptismal, Mrs Jenson accompanied the Harlan Wichtendahls to Cherokee' Sunday evening, and was taken to Omaha Monday, where she boarded a train to return to her home in California. She came here to attend the funeral of her brother-in-law, Ross Burns at Everly last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs entertained a group of relatives at a dinner Sunday in honor of their son, Everett's confirmation. The guests were Mr. and Mr,s. Ralph Sebers and daughter, September Sue of Algonat Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gingerich of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Roeber and family of Whittemore. TRIPLETS Roger Gossman of Hesper Twp. recently displayed his Holstein triplet calves. The calves, a male and two females, were born recently from a cow artifically Ottosen Church Women Plan To Serve Lunches Ottosen— The American L thernn church Women met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Garroll Olson and Mrs Cletis Hundertmark as hostesses. Scripture and prayer were given by Rev. Harold Mountain. 'Mrs I v a n Evenson gave the lesion. New dishes and trays have been purchased. The sewing project for New Guinea has been completed. The ladies Will Serve lunches at the mayor's office and at Ke'lley lumber building at the market day sale. The Lutheran ladies will serve the lunch at the yearly elevatoi meeting April 5. Those in charge are Mrs Loren Daniel, Mrs John Vinaas and Mrs Jacob Ryg. Mrs Oscar Oppedahl, Mrs Olvin Haug and Mrs Donald Usher yere appointed-to look into new ights and additional Outlets for he church parlors. There will be i clothing drive' April 2 until April 16. . ' The next meeting ,has been postponed to Mar. 29. Receive Award's Legion The American' ___. liary met March 18 with '"Mrs Mike Coyle for ,an all day rag sew. Eight ladies 'Were present for the-' pot luck dinner and 14 for the . afternoon. Quests were Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs Telford, Mrs Arthur Lovig, Mrs Anna Purdy/Mrs Eitgerte Hofius and Mrs Selttia Nelson. The unit purchased comic books for the eighth district carnival. . ,-.'.-..': A national membership citation was awarded unit 535 f fof reaching membership, quote by Jan. 31. They 'alsb ' received a preparedness award citation for reaching the quota by Dec. 7. A committee was appointed for the Humboldt County meeting which will be held in Ottdsen April 18. Mrs Conrad Johnson will be in charge of registration, Mrs Vio .or Meyer is program chairman, Mrs Howard Thompson is dining room chairman, and Mrs Jacob Ryg is kitchen chairman. The next meeting Will be with Mrs Antone Speich April 10. • Attend, Meeting j ; Ladies who attended the Hum- boldt County Federated Club meeting at' Humboldt Tuesday were Mrs Harold Mountain, Mr* Ralph Richards, Mrs Earl Olson, Mrs LeRoy Warby and Mrs Oliver Lee from the .Progressive Club, Attending from the Rural Club, .were Mrs Roy Telford, Mrs Edward Zinnei and Mrs Kermit Fowler. j; Mrs Worby and Mrs Telford each received a demitasse silver Spoon with 1981 engraved on it. Each lady had been chosen club Woman of the year by her club. The Progressive Club received a superior- award for their education project. Mr and Mrs Eldort Ellingson and sons of West Concord, Minn., spent the week end at the Melvin Ellingson and attended the Habegar-Anliker wedding West Bend Sunday, at Bancroft Lady's Relative Takes West Point Test , Bancroft — Richard McGuire, •son of Mr and Mrs Bernard Mc- , Tltottka, wfco will gra* duate With the class of 1961 at Tltonka, Was one of the six highJ est in his class to go to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas to take tests to enter West Point this fall. He left Monday from Manly. He is a brother of Mrs Richard Elsbecker here. ' ( f op ftalingf Ann VogeJ, student at _ St. Johns high school, : received a Division I rating for her piano solo at the district Catholic Youth Organization Music Contest at Storm Lake Saturday. - of St. of 33 Visit Legislature The Government class o: John's school, consisting o: members with their teacher V. J. Meyer, went to Des Moines, Wednesday to observe the Iowa legislature. Hospital Report Mrs John Wesselman .fell Sunday on her way to church fractured her arm. She-was taken to the doctors office where it Was put in a cast. Mrs "Bess Connelly is visiting I'er daughter Mr and Mrs J. Ro- zeki, Mason City; Bruno Kortes. returned wed* nesday after being, a- medical patient at Iowa City. , - H6ss~ 'fnmanMiits beeri confined to his home suffering from pneumonia. . ' . Mr and Mrs Donald Arndorfe? are parents of a son barn Mar, 11 at Holy Family Hospital Esther* viile, Mr and'Mrs Leo Arndorfef and Mrs Dora v Johnson are the grandparents. Mrs George Fahgman is a' medical patient at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. ' Cindy Boeckholt was take'ni by ambulance to University hospital, Iowa City, Cindy is suffering from a rare blo6d disease and has spent a good many weeks iti the hospital. Her mother is with her at the hospital. Patrick McGuire, Son of Mr and Mrs Clarence McGuire fell in the yard at hi's home 'Saturday and cut a gash which 'took two clamps to close. ~ . . Mr and Mrs Paul Finke, Graettinger, arc parents of a daughter ,born Mar. 9 at Holy Family Hospital, Esthervilte." Mr and Mrs Walter Ditsworth living here are the grandparents. She has two other sisters. BUJINCXJ PERJONALITIEJ AND AND PATRONIZE VIKING OIL CO. GASOLINE AND FUEL OIL WE GIVE GOLD BOND Or KING KORN STAMPS BULK DELIVERY SERVICE Station and Bulk Plant North Milwaukee Deoot New Man Hired Don Etherington of Algona is the new man in the Fullerton Lumber yard here, to replace the vacancy left by Gust Hill, who accepted a position as manager in the lumber yard in Lohrville. The former has a daughter, 9, and a son, 7, and will continue to live in Algona until the fall term of school starts. Mrs. Martin Duffy entertained the Jolly 500 Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Paul Ludwig won high; Mrs. Ei-win Garber, second high; and Mrs. Herman Kollasch, low. Mrs. Frank Eisele and Mrs. Kathleen Duffy were guests of .the club. Mrs. Marie Schmeling entertained the South Side Club Tuesday evening. Mrs. Louis Braatz won high; Mrs. Amanda Ruhnke, low; and Mrs. Henry Wichtendahl, travel. The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters Club met Monday af- ternion at the home of Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom with Mrs. Melvin Ostwald as co-hostess. Officers were elected for the coming year and are Gladys Eisenbarth, president; Eveyln McNeill, vise president; Shirley Ostwald, 2nd vice president; Ruth Harlan, secretary- treasurer; and Irene Holdien, assistant secretary-treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Duffy entertained the Town and Country Club at their home Sundwy evening. High prizes were won by Frank Eisele and Mrs. Leo Walters, Daniel Foley, Mrs. Mike Mergen and Mrs. Charles Bormann. The ladies of the J and K Tavern Bowling team entertained Mrs. Rex Swanson at a party Friday evening after bowling. The Swansons will move to Arnolds Park in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunphy, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl were entertained at pinochle Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Siems. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer LINDSAY FULLY-AUTOMATIC WATER SOFTENERS Featuring Fiberglass Tanks guaranteed for the life of the original owner, the Lindsay line of softeners is the finest, bar none, on the market. FREE WATER ANALYSIS LINDSAY SOFT WATER SALES - RENTALS - SERVICE 708 So. Phillips Phone CY 4-3755 Roto-Roofer Sewer Service For Clogged Sewers and Drains No Unnecessary Digging — Guaranteed COWAN'S ROTO-ROOTER Serving Kossuth County - Ph. CY 4-3523 Algona Collect Fast, Efficient handling of grains is the motto of the Farm- ers Elevator of Algona. You will do well by designating your grain to them. This 500,000 bushel elevator < is located at 419 S. Phillips St., It is operated by manager H. Dale Cole and assistant manager Corwin C. Peer. The office, just south of the huge elevator, has a Print-O- Matic dial scales which are 50 [ •»+»»»»» FARMERS ELEVATOR Buyers & Sellers of All Grains • Get our bids on your grain before you sell. • Federal Licensed Storage Warehouse. H. Dale Cole or Corwin C. Peer 419 S. Phillips St. CY 4-274t feet in length and have a 50-ton capacity. The elevator itself is capable of elevating 7,000 bushels of grain per hour. Manager Cole is a native of Havelock and was a Quaker Oats elevator operator for 24 years before coming to Algona from Renwick. Peer, a former Jaycees' choice for "Outstanding Young Farmer", is a native of Renwick. He was previously employed by the Algona Cream- ery, and farmed near here from 1941 to 1956. . 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