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(fa.) Upper Pet Motne» Thursday, March 30, 196! SheldaHertzke Wed Recently, Lakofa Church Lakota — Shelda Jean Hertzke of Lakota became the bride of Robert Beener of Waterloo Sunday, March 19, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Lakota, with the Rev. La Verne Beener, . brother of the 'groom, and Rev. La Verne Meinecke officiating at the double ring ceremony. Miss Hertzke is the dauglitei of Mr and Mrs Raymond I-Icrtz- ke, Lakota, 'and Mr Becner the son of Mr and Mrs Charles Been- or of Waterloo. Janice Huggan was organisi and accompanied Mrs Merwin Schoog who song. Attending the couple were Dollis Woestehoff as maid of honor, Mrs John Netty, Catherine Carr, Richard Beener, best man, Keith Hertzke and Ronald Spears. Ushers were John Netty and David Boekelman. Flower girls were Cindy and Kim Spears. The ring bearer was Michael Swanson and Nyla Rae Hertzke lighted the candles. The bride wore a white chapel length gown of pure silk organza fashioned with a fitted bodice with intermission sleeves and < a cutwork appliqued portrait neckline. The bouffant skirt of silk was appliqued with matching floral motif in white taffeta and cascaded into a full chapel sweep accented at the back with a bustle. Her fingertip veil was , held in place by a cornet crown of pearl leaves and blossoms. She wore a double pearl earririgs, gift of the groom. • A reception was held in the parish hall immediately following the ceremony for about 200 guests. • . . v Mrs David Boekelman and Mrs Keith Hertzke took care of the gifts, Mrs Harlan Hertzke, Mrs Calvin Bredlow and Mrs Otto Hertzke poured. Mrs Milton Swanson and Mrs Edward Sheldahl cut and served the wedding cake. Mr , and Mrs Robert Beener went to the Ozarks and Kansas 'City for a week for their wedding trip. They will be at-home at Independence, Iowa. The bride is a graduate of Lakota Consolidated School, attended Wartburg College and is serving as parish worker of Immanuel Lutheran in Independence and will continue until September at which time they will move to Iowa City where Robert will attend the U of I. The groom is a graduate of East High in Waterloo, is attending "Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls and also employed by Rath Packing Co. at Waterloo. Lynn Janssen, Mike Koppen, Debra $.appe, Connie Lewis, Janell Lunn, Steve Alan Medetz- ke,, Patricia Olthoff, Patricia Radmakcr, Kim Ruby, Ann Sleenhard,' Karen Sunde, Lynn Colleen Thompson and Jeffrey Thompson. Class Confirmed Confirmation services for a class of ten youths were held in St. Paul's Lutheran church Sunday. Rev. La Verne R. Meinecke officiated. Emory Galloway, pres. of the men's auxiliary, presented communion books to the , class. The class gave a gift of money to be used towards purchase of altar books. This presentation was made by the life-time president, Gary Geilenfeldt. Darrel Clabaugh presided at the organ. The members of the class were Lynn Hertzke, Marsha Krominga, Linda Boettcher, James Paulsen, Gary . Anderson, Duane Sheletahl, Earl Cushman, Thomas Addy, Gary Geilenfeldt and Dennis Ellman. The class will take their first communion on Maundy Thursday. Mrs Peter Smidt had a birthday party for Mark Saturday and guests were Mrs Orville Beenken and Diane and, Danny, Mrs Bill Smidt, Kathy, Virginia and Joyca of Ledyafd, Emily Hoeppnen Mrs Jennifer Bosma LoUis, Scotty and Brian, Mrs Duane, Johnson and children, Timmy Ley, T. J. Han'ken, Mike Stecker and Mike Christ. The junior class of Lakota Consolidated School held a "Slave Auction" following the Basketball Jamboree sponsored by the band mothers, Friday, March 24, at the school. A total of $188.50 ' i Hood's Hosts Writer Dick Gibbs, publicity director for ihe Albert Sidney Noble advertising agency, New York City, took a tour of this area Thursday and Friday with Barney Frankl, Algona, local Morea distributor. During his visit, Gibbs and Frankl visited farmers, butchers," grocery store operators and dairymen in the area. , One of the stops was at Hood's Super Valu here_ where Gibbs interviewed store owner Bill Hood and butcher' Jim Schneider. Hood is shown at the left, Schneider in the center and Gibbs at the right in the above photo. The call at.Hood's was due to the fact that the store sells Morea fed beef. ' ' Information gleaned during the mid-West tour by Gibbs will' be used in meat packing and farm .magazines in the form of articles and in newspaper ads in the future. (UDM Polaroid Photo-Engraving) was realized "slaves". from sale of 16 Roundup Held Thursday evening at the Lakota school parents -.and next years kindergarten class met. For the program Supt. John Cook had the introduction. Lunch was served in the lunch room. These are the new students: James Bierle, Steven Bcrsch- man, Lome Lynn Bosma, Peggy Sue Carlson, Nancy Christ, Judy Countryman, Joyce Eichenberger, Mark Goekc, Honda Jean [Jocko, Daun Rene Groff, Roycc The Mary Circle of the Presbyterian Church met Thursday at the home of Mrs Elmer Haas with Mrs Henry Dontje .as co- hostess. Mrs Robert Steele was n charge of devotions, Mrs Wil- jon Brack gave the topic and Mrs Don Boyd gave the lesson. Lunch was served. ' The Esther Circle met at the home of Mrs Mary Telkamp with Mrs John Furst as co-hostess Thursday. Mrs Harlan Kruse had devotions and Mrs C. A. Gutknecht had the lesson. Lunch was served. The Mary Circle met at the church Thursday with Mrs Carl Gerzema- as hostess. Mrs Albert Rippentrop had devotions and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner had the lesson. Many Confirmed An_d Honored AfWhilfemore Whitlemore — The following parents had dinner guests Palm Sunday in honor of their sons and daughters: Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl, in honor of Kay,'Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and Gary and Helen Lynette of Albert Lea, Minn., Mr and Mrs Ralph Sobers and September Sue of Algona, Mr and Mrs Herman Rosendahl of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle of Whittemore. FOR ALL NORTH CENTRAL Laundry & Dry Cleaning at its finest! 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SEND YOUR LAUNDRY WHEN YOU SEND YOUR CLEANING i*~ • Drapes — Curtains — Slip Covers — Linens — Pillows — Shag Rugs — Blankets — Spreads •- -• "Handwork" service for your finer pieces — (on request) KINISHINU StaNu •DRY CLK.-iNINfJ CALL CY 4-3265 For Free Pickup & Delivery Algona Launderers and Dry Cleaners Phone CY 4-3265 — East of Courthouse Square Mi- and Mrs 'Victor Dau, in honor of Lee, Mr and Mrs Duane Dau and family, Mrs Richard Kirschner and family of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Erwin Berninghaus and family of Montgomery, Minn., Mr and Mrs Arthur Zinnel, Rodman, and Mrs Anna Dau of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Forrest Gilmore in honor of Daniel, Mr and Mrs Duane Wallukait and family of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Richard Theesfield and Mr and Mrs Emil Bierstedt of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Victor Faulstich and family of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs William Faulstich and family and Dora Faulstich of here. At the Lester Baas home a combination dinner was served in honor of Carol Baas and William Roeber, son of Mr and Mrs Wilbur, Roeber, Mr and Mrs William Roeber and Mrs Anna Baas, grandparents, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Roeber .and family, Mr and Mrs Maynard Roeber and family, Mr and Mrs Melvin Roeber and son David, Mr and Mrs George Baas and family, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs William Meyer Jr. and family, Emma Roeber, August Roeber and Elda Baas of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs William Paetz and family, Mr and Mrs John Kettelson of Algona and Mr and Mrs Gerald Weydert of Livermore. Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmermann, in honor of Allen, his two grandmothers-^ Mrs Frieda Zimmermann and Mrs Arelia Leininger, Mrs Richard Bierstedt of Rolfe. Grandma Leininger entertained at a supper Sunday evening and the guests included Mr and Mrs John Leininger of Albert Lea, Minn., Mr and Mrs Harold Colwell and family of Al* gona, Mr and Mrs Earl Weaver and family of Humboldt, Mrs Adelia Meyer, Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmermann and family, and Mr and Mrs Harlan Leininger 01 Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker, in honor of their daughter Nancy. Mr and Mrs Eugene Walker and son David of Laurens, Mr and Mrs Roger Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Floyd Vader and son. and Clco Lund of Sioux City, Mr and Mrs Earl Vader and son of Havelock, Mrs Adolph Dietrich-of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Theodore Meier and dauehtcr Cloo of Rodman and Richard Pcdersen or Fenton. Mr and Mrs Rnoben But/ke in honor of Milton, Lorraine Butzke of DPS Moines. Rev. and Mrs Cloo Kautsch, Mr nnd Mrs Marcus Zumach and Arlo Lehmann. Mr nnd ^Mrs Harold Hcinrich. in honor of their dauehter Darlene, Mrs Fred Goebol and son Fred Jr. and Mr and Mrs A. F. Diescn and. family of Fairmont. Minn., Mr ,-ind Mrs Richard Bior- stedt and daughters of Rolfe and Fred Ilcinrich grandfather of Dnrlene. Mr and Mrs Vic Perkins, in honor of Ttollic 1 . were his crand- narents Mr and Mrs William Keel, and Mr and Mrs Don Olson. Mr nnd Mrs Clifford Keel and Mrs Bert Hanner. all of Terril. Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmermann. in honor of Carol, grandparents, Mr nnd Mrs P. W. Hanson of Alfiona, nnd Mrs Frieda Zimmermann of Whittomore, Mr and Mrs Andrew Miller and familv of Fairfax, Mr and Mrs Jnok Weiland nnd familv of Britt, and Mr nnd Mrs Arnold Danielson and family of Alfiona. Mr nnd Mrs Enu'.st Meyer had as supner puosts in honor of Kenneth. Mr and Mrs Willinm Mevei Sr, of hi-ro and Mr nnd Mrs Loo Kinnitx of Emmetsburg. prand- narcnts of Kenneth, Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck Sr. and IVCr and Mrs Elvin Meyer and family. Mr and Mrs Hurt) Meyer were after din ner callers. Mr and Mrs William Me"er Sr. accompanied their son Mr and Mrs Leonard Mover of Rodman of Fairmont, Minn., Sunday where thev attended the con- firmntion rites of Mary Behnke crnndnuphtcr of Mr and Mrs William Meyer. Mr and Mrs Edwin Lieb of Lotts Creek were also dinner finest at the Herman Behnke home in honor of their daughters' confirmation. mas Dunphy, Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle ol Whtttemore, and Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona. 500 was played, George Meyer won high and travel, Thomas Dunphy won second high, Mrs, Hewnan. Voigt won high and Mrs George Meyer won second high for the women. A lunch was served. Class Of Eight Confirmed At Offosen Sunday Oiiosen — Confirmation services were held at the Lutheran church Sunday for a class of three boys and five girls, James Oppedahl, Anthony Oppedahl, Thomas Helleseth, Gloria Tofteberg, Eleanor Movick, Rachel Holt, Susan Lane and Sara Usher. Sunday dinner guests at the Knut Oppedahls honoring James were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet, Bruce and Sharon of Algona. Dinner guests at the Oscar Oppedahl home honoring Anthony were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Haug and family, Richard Oppedahl. pf Omaha, Nebr., Mr?^ £ejth.;'QHPfe dahl of Ft. Dodge, 61af Lee of Humboldt, Mrs. Bertha Jacobson, and Arland and Mrs. Gunda Enockson. Dinner guests at the Norman Helleseths at West Bend, honoring Thomas were Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Olson of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lenz and four children of Badger, Mr. and Mrs. John Helleseth and children of Corwith and Mrs. Carl Olson and girls of Ft. Dodge. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson and daughters and Mrs., Leis/ of Ft. Dodge. Dinner guests at the Donald Usher home honoring Sara were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Henfiksott, Julie and Lu Ann. of West Bend, Tom Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Or» lando Grefstad of Bode. • 'Dinner guests at the Leo Tofte- berg home in honor of Gloria's' Confirmation were Mr. and Mrs, •Dan Palsic and family of Osage. Ernest Bfatland and family or Ft. Dodige, Mrs, Mind Wehrspann and Mr. -and Mrs. Mike CoyJe, Mr. and Mrs. James Abel and family of Kasson, Minn, were Saturday evening visitors. Dinner guests at the Merle Holt's in honor of Rachel's confirmation were Margaret .Holt, -Mr. and Mrs, Loren Daniel, and weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jacobsen and Peter Holt of Decorah. Dinner guests at the Everett Lane home after Susan's confirmation Were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lane of Livemore, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wagner and boys of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. George Hise- rate and girls of Ames and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gjerstad of Dakota City. Dinner guests at the I. E. Movick home in honor of Eleanors confirmation were Mrs. Cliff Lander of Thor and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson and family. Robert Benkendorf was one of a class of .ten to be confirmed Sunday at,the Emmanuel Lutheran church at Livemore. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Benkendorf. His baptismal sponsors were Mrs Robert Will, Harold Ristau and LeRoy Hintz. Following confirmation services 'the Benken- dorfs had the following guests for dinner at Kropps Cafe at Bode in honor of Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Will and family, Mr. and Mrs Harold Ristau and family of Lu Verne, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Thorsen of Austin, Minn. Mrs. Richard Piper and son of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hintz of Sioux City, Mr. Philip Fouarge of Livermore, Don Porter of Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith, and Albert Leitl of Bode. Mrs. Smith had baked a beautiful cake for Robert in ,the form of a cross. Sp/4 Richard A. Thompson is home on furlough from Okinawa and is visiting at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson. Harlan Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson broke both bones in his right leg, above the ankle, when he fell downstairs Saturday eevning, Miar. 18. N. N. Club met Tuesday eve- "Mng at the home of .Mrs. Conrad Johnson. New officers elected are Mrs. Louis Jacobson, president; sMrs. Conrad Johnson vice presi- 31ent and Mrs. James Jacobson -.secretary-Treasurer. T>Mrs -Oliver- Lee celebrated: a Birthday* Sunday. Dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Maxwell of Clarion afternoon visitors -were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Christen- 'sen and Richard and Mr. an-d Mrs. Maurice Halsrud and family of Bradgate, Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Halsrud and family and Mr. and Mrs LeRoy Worby and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann attended confirmation services for Connie Sprong at Delavan Minn. Sunday. Lester had been ler baptismal sponsor. They were dinner guests at (the Gerald Sp- •ong home. Sunday evening the (ENROLL NOW Young School of Beauty 310 W. Fourth, Waterloo, Iowa • State Approved Accredited School • Competent Instructors • Newest and Finest Equipment • New Classes Now Forming (High School Seniors—Enroll now for June Class) Art Hsidenwith A number of relatives of Mp and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith helped Mr Heidenwith celebrate his 73rd birthday Mar. 21. Those present were Mr and Mrs Tho- AUTOMATIC CLOTHES DRYER Because a Gas clothes dryer heats instantly, your clothes dry in half the time non-flame dryers take. Clothes come out so soft and fluffy, less ironing is needed, Choose Gas**"* the faster, thriftier way to dry clothes, NORTH CENTRAL Public Service Co, CY 4-3484 Wehrspftnns were suppe? 'at the Leo Toftebergs, Mr. and Mus. Don Lfcttge of Ayrshire are Barents of ari 8 Ib. 10 oz. son born Thursday,"March 23, at the Spencer Municipal hospital. Mr* 'and Mra. Earl. Long, maternal igrandpraents r ...visited Mrs.'Ldnge.ahd son at the ho'spi tai Fffaay. That evening they at tended 1 ' a Senior Class- play . at Sutherland. Arlys Cooper.had a part in the play. _ l _— a „ ( SENECA Berttia Olsen is" a patient at Holy Family hospital, 'Estherville where she submited 'to major surgery Thursday morning. • She is showing satisfactory recovery^ Mr- and Mrs Morgan Tennyson "of-Eairmont were Sunday guests at the Lesler Osborhs. • Mrs Art BergUm, local leader of .the Seneca Stars 4-H Club, Mr£ Rufisel Jensen,and Mrs.Hen- ry Looft attended -a training school at Swea. City Tuesday. They -enjoyed a po|-luck lunch together at noon. •Mr and Mrs Donald Larsert and family of'Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the, Art. Ber- gums. - . ' : Y Kathryn ,Johannesen, teacher ajx.the Roseville schools in St. Paul, Is spending a week's Saster vacation with her parents, the Laurence Jbhanhesens. < Tom tltensvang spent the, Weekend with his grandparents, the^fioy Bassetts, at Esthervilte. Mr and • Mrs Alfred Peterson and.Alyce spent Saturday at Fort •Dodge where they visited Dorothy. . _• Irvington I deals The Irvington Ideals met Mar. 18 at the'home of Luanna Lock. Talks were given by Bonrilc Bri-^ stow and Linda -BristOw. Luanna Leek, Betty Wickwire and Linda Bristow • gave demonstrations'! 2ach girl brought *a .piece of fo- •eign or-native cheese. Davis BOAT YACHT FINISHES Davis Paint offers a com-. plete line of .finishes for your boat. .They provide maximum protection and beauty for your craft. MARINE ENAMEL Extra durable— uie on top tldei, decks, cabins, iniide * 4, «% A A and outside— latest $ j.UU boat colors. Quart ' CLEAR FINISH Made of Polyurethana. -i- dries extra hard and n*ar . ' __ resistant. $3.75(1*. Copper Bottom Paint Made especially far application en bottom, of boats.* 4 ff i v'- 1 ",, $4.65*. Zinc Chromate Primer Use on metal boat surfaces, alu« minum or steel. SMALL PARTS CABINETS for -home or office. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. Algona. SCftlPTO MARKING PENCILS, lishing Co., phone CY 4-3535, Pub. Co.,,;Algona. '• Cresco Chums The Maf ch meeting of the Cre* sco Chums was held with Verdean Shaw. 4-tt, day plans were discussed and names were'sertt in for 4-H county chorus. Rosemary and Virginia Giseh gave a demonstration and a talk was given by Shar6n Roethler. Virginia also led a discussion on well planned meals. Step; 5 was explained by Mrs Smith. A conservation 1 talk was given by Donna Mae Thllgcs. Mrs Paul McNeill was a guest. Mum Creek 4-H Plum Creek Boys ,4-H 'jplUb met March ,7 at center School. Plans were 'made for '4-H day. There were 11 members present. Due ttf ,the, snow' storm -many wefe "hot able to attend.-'.Lunch was served'by the hosts. . ? SW-CIAL EASTER SMORGASBbRO Start serving,at 12 noon to 2-and 5 to. 9 P.M. ., BEAUTIFUL EASTER PARADE AT 12:45 Presented by children 3 to 9 years'of age. : For a little change of pace, spend this Easter at ' H A N D ' S P A R K Fairmont, Minnesota Ask About Other Specialised Boat Finishes. REDING'S DAVIS PAINT Bob Reding, Owner, Algona ANNOUNCING Interest Reduction on FEDERAL LAND BANK FARM LOANS Association members who have 6% loans will receive appropriate notice of 'reduction of their interest to 5'/2% without any action on their part.' This represents another of several interest reductions in the history of the Federal Land Bank which is en» tirely owned by the borrowers and passes along to members by dividends or interest reductions savings made possible when money costs warrant. , >•.#•'-,'. •% - t , r '•"'' " • For information on Federal Land Bank Loan or your farm contact. : ' ^ FEDERAL LAND BANK ASS'N. (South of Penneys in Algona) Preferably Mondays or Wednesdays —— Eugene H. Hutchins, Manager, WHAT'S THIS? Put ALL My Eggs In ONE Basket... • CHECKING ACCOUNTS • BANK • BY • MAIL • SAFE • DEPOSIT BOXES • LOA.N DEPARTMENT • DRIVE -IN TELLER LET'S HOP TO IT! Putting all my egg* in one baiket sure makes it easier and saves all that hopping and juggling around, That'* like Banking. WHY PQNT YOU LET ONE BANK — SECURITY STATE BANK — HANDLE ALL OF YOUR FINANCIAL AFFAIRS? Security State Bank Member F. p. I. C. "The Friendly B»nk" ALGONA

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