Wee/> May 6, At Wesley •-•* Portland Twp. By .Mrs. Victor Pitch Darryl Fisher Of LuVerne to Wed This Fall A bride and groom of May 6, Dolores Studer and JerrcM Amdor- fer, are pictured above. The bride IB the daughter of Mr and Mrs August Studer of Wesley, amd the bridegroom is a son of-Mr and Mrs Bernard Arndorfer of Bntit. They were married at St. Joseph's Catholic church in Weslej, and the complete wedding Btory was carried in-Ui& week's Upper Das Mioin.es. They will live at Plymouth, Where the 1 :'-bridegroom, ia bookkeeper at the co-op elevator. (UDM engraving). • ~j ^ . _^ .—, -.—-•.—>. Add 4 Awards To County 4-H Achievement Awards Four hew awards 'have been added to the, boys' county 4-H achievement .award program for 1961, according to '.Robert C. 'Johnson, cdunty 'extension associate. New awards include a champion beef carcass trophy' and a .livestock •judging, plague ,by .Joe Bradley of Algona; champion swine carcass trophy by the Lakota Farmers Elevator and a outstanding beef, member plaque by the Kossuth County Beef Producers' Association. Awards are sponsored by friends of 4-H to'encourage, motivate and help members achieve and to recognize them for a job well done. County award ..winners other than those made at the Kossuth County Fair will be selected from record books scoring 90 percent or better. A complete list of the awards available and their sponsors is as follows: . _'•.•• Beef Showmanship Trophy — Algona Kiwanis Club. Dairy Showmanship Trophy — Kossuth Quality Dairy Assn Swrine Showmanship Trophy — Algona Upper Des Moines. Sheep Showmanship Trophy — Kossuth County Advance. Horse Showmanship Trophy — Ley Motor, Lakota. Grand champion baby beef trophy — Mor-Gro, Inc., Irving- tdri.' >" ;;: ' '-' Grand Champion Jr. Market pig trophy — Western Buyers, Algona. Grand champion Jr. fat lamb — Farmers 'Elevator, Algona. Beef rate of gain trophy — Algona Rotary Club. Swine outstanding producers' award — Algona Rotary Club, Dairy production trophy — Algona Rotary Club. Dairy outstanding member plaque — Minnesota Artificial Breeders. • 'Outstanding crop member trophy — Algona Flour & Seed Co. Chicago International Award Trip — for 5 outstanding club members, sponsored by K & H Oil Cooperative and all Kossuth Co. Cooperative Elevators. A dinner was held in the home 6f Mr.- arid Mrs. Donald Kings'-, ddrf irt honor "of Mr. and MrS. Albert Shannon of Fremont, Cal., who are -visiting relatives here. Other guests were, Mrs. Lulu Rmgsdorfj Mr. and Mrs. Roy KlfffsdoH, Mr. -and Mrs. BrlnK Shlpler ahd Dale, Mr. and Mrs Wendell Ringsdorf and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Gamble and Littda of' Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ringsdorf and boys of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs, Robert Seefeld and Bret of Wesley.- Mr. find Mrs. Shannon plan td leave Wednesday for their Home in California. • Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Young packed a dinner basket and went to Clear Lake where they had dinner with Grandma and Grandpa Young. Mr. and Mrs. Joe L6ebach, David, Mary, Leonard and Ahn of Whittemore and Mrs..Mary Kairi of Algona, wece Sunday evening visitors in the Clifford 'YSung r home. ' . ' Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms went to Rake Sunday where they Visited Ralph Ites, who has been staying with his daughter, Mrs. Marvin Deering, since the .death of his wife. Mr.': Ites has been seriously ill and ' was expecting ;o go back to the hospital .Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clark and Sue of Kansas City were dinner guests Sunday in the Ray Fitch home. After dinner they, all went to Britt and took Mr..and Mrs. Harold Stevenson to Mason City where they planned to- visit another brother. " Mr. and Mrs: Elmer Erickson of Rodman and son, Mr; and Mrs. Marlin Erickson and Lynn .of Marcus, Julian Erickson and Jean Berberk of Roy were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Tienan brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller of Algona were Sunday evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch spent Wednesday with "Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skilling at Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Loats of Titonka and Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Loats and daughter Cathy of Spencer- were Sunday evening visitois in the Jesse Harms home. Mrs. Frank Fisher, of Titonka and granddaughter, P a m a 1 a Boehm of Clear Lake were Saturday evening callers at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy. .Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson of Minneapolis came to spend the weekend in the Edmund Lars'eq, and J. R. Thompson' •homesijjs^ Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs/Jack Thompson and Mrs. Josey Thompson of Algona, were Sunday dinner guests in the Edmund Larsen home. Mrs. Hugh Raney, Sadie Skilling, Freda Stuessy and Capitola Sample were Friday visitors in the Ray Fitcn home. Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz and David were Friday evening supper guests in the Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald prtman were Sunday evening visitors in the Edmund Larsen home. Mother's Day dinner guests in the Howard Sparks home were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dimond 01 Britt and Mrs. Ruth Sparks and Dean of Wesley. - Letts Creek Lassies Hosts To Mothers, May 18 The annual Mother's Day TeA of the Lolts Creek Lassies 4-M , : Club was held Mny 8th at the ; Whittemore School. Mothers of "; the gii-ls, 4-H CbrhmJllee Women, I Mrs. Henry Loof t, Mrs. Ben Anliker, and Avis Lettow, and two former leaders, Mrs. Jim Putler and Mrs. Godfrey lioebacH were guests. At the next meeting, June 19th the .club plans an all day workshop. The birthday song was sung to Jane Metzger, Demonstrations were given by Donna Mullihs and Sherry Ludwig. Convention «nd camp delegates were chosen. Colette Streit is to represent the club at the .state convention at Ames, while Mickey O'Brien and Dons Anliker are to' attend district camp at Clear Lake. The Kay Centerpiece demonstration was presented by Judy Besch arid Mary Beth Foley. Llirich was Thursday, May 18, 1961 Alflono (la.) Upper DM served by the hostesses and their mothers; Diane Dogotch, Sandy Polratz, and Maureen Kavanaugh. 1998 Get Benefits A total of 1998 persons were receiving old aige, survivors and disability insurance benefits under the Federal social security sysitem in Kossutli county by the end of 1960, the Department df Health, Welfiare and Education reports. 75 STITCHES Bob Lovejoy, 13, of Red Oak received a laceration below the knee cap on one of his legs recently which required between 75 and 78 stitches. Bob slid and struck his leg against a steet picnic table; , REGISTER TICKETS and carbon cash register rolls at the Upper Des Moinss Pub. Co., Algoha. Mr. and Mrs. Heike Tjaden, Dakota City, announce the en- gagemeht of their daughter, Norma Jean, pictured' above, to Darryl Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Fisher, Renwick. Miss Tjsden is a. senior student at the Methodist-Kahler school of ntirs-v Ing, Rochester. Mr; Fisher is eri-1 gaged in farming near LUVerhe. ; A fall wedding is planned. (UDM Engraving) - - ,,,.<• .—. ——, . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood andt Jean were dinner guests Mothers'- Day in the John Von Bank home in Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Phelps and boys visited Grandpa Phelps Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps;; went to Garner Sunday w'hefSi they visited the John JohnsdnsV: Mr. and Mrs. Goodwyn Ber»» gerud and family were dinner guests in the Meindert Smidt home Mother's Day. . • "This is bound to be a much' tougher year than 1960 was, as; it has twice as many Fridays the 13th." For every student with a spark of genius there are a dozen with ignition trouble. TRE"DR!NK VvflB THE HAPPY TASTEI THICQUmT COMPANY l Best wishes to Lu Verne High School Graduates Left to right — Joyce Meyer, Roger Fox, Diane Groh, Karen Nelson, Bjorn Hielmeland, Gaylen Witzel. Left to right —Marie Marty, Raymond Dorweiler, Lenore Frost, Glen Henry, Kathy Hanselman, Margene Merkle. Left to right — Jerry Schnetzer, Carolyn Larson, John Schade, Bonnie Bristow, Collyn De Nio, Paul Gilligan. BANK OF "A BACKER OF LuVERNE HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES" We Must Lose Weight Dr. B. L. 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