X S v Nuptials Held In Burt Church Helena M. Meyer became the bride of John H. Dittmer in a ceremony June 4 in the Good Hope •"•Methodist church. The bride is . a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer of Burt and the bridegroom a son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dittmer of Burt. ReV. Otto Elling officiated at the ceremony. Jeanette Bjustrom was organist and Karen Kueck and Boyd Shipler, soloists. The bride Was attended by her three sisters, Linda Meyer, Mrs, Mervin Hentges and Mrs. Herbert Hackbarth. Flower girl was Denise Hackbarth. Jim Cowan was best man ana Garry Lee Davis and Terry Cook, groomsmen. Joel Hentges Was ringbearer> and Wayne Meyer ana Duane Dittmer, uskers. . i/N^.«^ ALGONA MINIATURE GOLF SPECIAL <~ i i . •-•.. • ...',.. \ '• friday & Saturday, June 16-17 . , 1:30 P.M. TO 10 P,M. ONLY I5c A ROUND - PLAY AS MANY TIMES AS YOU WI$H I JUST WEST ALGONA SWIM POOL The bride, given,in by iier momeiv woie » town oi ovei- tailed, iue Wad l«aiu01ieU With "iOttg puuid' aietivbs alia U ptttui tihiuioiueieu soaliopea neuiuuie. me iront. ot thts Wtis hignlighteti ,py large ..uue insets witrt* seciUined iftUe applique. The lull snirt ilowett uiio a graceful Unapei tram. Her tmgerup veil of silk illusion ampeti <irom a clip hat of horse- nair braid.and v pdaris i adcehtetf oy Aurora Boreaiis crystals^ following the ceremony, a reception was held in the Legion Hail at Bttrt. Dining room hosts Were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan. Mrs. Marvin Kueck, Mrs. James Knoll, Mrs. Henry Schultz, Mrs. Roy Sarchet and Mrs. Q. A. fljustrom assisted. The bride is a -graduate of Burt "high" school and has 'been employed at-> Druggists Mutual Insurance Co.' for the past-two years. , *• The bridegroom is also a graduate of the, Bdrt school and has, recently completed six , mqnths training in, the -, National Guard. AfteV a wedding trip'to southern Oklahoma,'-Mr. and Mrs, Dittmer are'',fit home 5% miles north of' Swea City where the bridegroom farms. Joan Reding Of St. Joe To Wed West Bend Man "What do you mean 'Kave Ite*! «hoidd I be the only one?" when Hall ruins your crops Be scife —insure, your crop Income with Farmers \MuVual Hail. You pay no more, yeryou gef ' ' Biu'ch more,— 30 trpined fieldmen and 100 adjusters to assure prompt pqyment of claims — fire and i lightning protection on crops in the field af. ,,., ,i,,.,,,. ;< ho extra cost*. Call your agent' or write today. BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding of St. Joe have. announced the engagement and approaching mar riage of their daughter, Joan, shown here.Ho. Gerald Girres, son 6 N. Dodge Algona 4-4443 2323 GRAND DES MOINES, IOWA of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rtees, West Bend. The wedding will be held Aug. 5 in St. Joseph's Catholic church at St. Joe. Miss Reding is a graduate of St. Joseph's high school and Mr. Girres is 'a graduate of West Bend high school. He terms with his father near West Bend. (UDM Engraving) ' CALF A calf on the Arnold Hazelhoff fiarm. near Schaller died recently after being 'bitten by t squirrel. The head of the call 'was sent to a laboratory and was reported back as having rabies The squirrel was also killed later. ill Observe 45th Wedding Anniversary Wesley — The Wm. Spanglers of Britt will observe their 45th wedding anniversary - June > 18 with an open house 3-5 pan. in St. Patricks parish hall. TheiE children will be hosts. Many relatives and' former neighbors in Wesley plan to attend. Boy Scout Honor Court The first court of honor for the new Boy Scouts troop 73 sponsored by Holy Name Society of St. Joseph's church, was hejd at the Legion hall, Friday evening, June 9. Fifteen boys received the tenderfoot .badge. Franklin Bode ' • presided 'at a candlelight ceremony assisted by Scoutmaster -Ed Dornbier and committee members Ray Stevens, Bill Hrubes, Bill Loebig, :Fre,d Thomas and three former Scouts, Gary Smith, Frank Martin and Mike Neuroth. Don Oallenius district execu-- tive presented the charter to David Kleinpeter, who will present 1 : it to Holy Name Society.-' Mrs. ,Fred Thomas served a lunch to Scouts and parents after the meeting. Members are Mike Weig, Mark Goetz, Tom Thomas Dennis Flaherty, Mike Froehlloh Gary Loebig, Ray Stevens, David Loebig, Don Potthoff, Steve Walker, Fred Girres, Dick Loebig, Bob Bleich, Dick Bleich and Jim Youngwirth. :.* by town council to fill the unex- pired term of Nyla Newbrough as town 'treasurer.'The New- broughs have moved to Durango, Colo. ' ' ' Former neighbors of ^the Rae Hutchisons will regret to learn that both are seriously-ill m a Waterloo hospital. The Henry Swansons report a new granddaughter, Lois Jean, born June 1 -to ;the Leon SWan- sons of Austin, Minn. The swimming poor opened Saturday, June 10 with Donm, Bleich, Judy Pfeffer and Carol Root in charge. , • Friday evening dinner guests in the Frank Kisch home near Algona were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Goetz, Paul and Arlene Mrs. Helen Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson and their 11 ta enter a Mankato, Minn, busliiess college. jir. yrtA Mrs. Joe Ooeta, Mrs. Ruth Sparks land son Dean went to Austin, Minn. Sunday, June 11 to attend graduation of a relative', Mary Ehrhardt from Pacetli high school She has won a four year's scholarship at St. Teresas College in Winona. Mrs, Viola StUder accompanied her son Bill Studer, his.wife'and 3 children of Algona to Atlanta, Ga. Sunday;' June II fof t #eeks Visit with son and brother Robert StUder and family; Robert is a pilot on Delta Air Lines. Walter Smith, son of the W. R Smiths received his army discharge April 28 and is now employed at Pratt-Whitney Aircraft at E. Hartford, Conn. He and his wife live at Chicopee Falls, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Root w|nt to Omaha, Nebr. last week to get their son Tom a student ax Creighton University. . Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith returned June 8 from Norman, Okla., where they had ;3pent a week with v their daughter} Mrs. Laura Pierce and family,'Peggy Pierce was leaving soon IBS ia companion to a Mrs. Bertha McClure on a 3 months tour of Europe. Robert Allen Peterson, a grandson of the Smiths, w&s leaving for navy service in San Diego. They also saw,their first groat- grandchild, Ruby Jean Byford at Norman. Enroute home they visited- former schoolmates, of Mr. Smiths at Lebanon,: Mo., They were the Wyott Stotts and Dell Fitches. "•',,''• r A shower for Marilyn Logemann of Woden'was.'givenFridajj evening ;ih parlors of ..'Christian Reform church north of Wesley. She will'marry Paul Tjaden, June 17. Julie Nygaard was honored at a shower in the Corwith Methodist church parlors Tuesday evening, June 6, by a group of friends of the bridegroom- elect Robert Chambers. t Thunddy, fllj ly oblivious to hurrying traffic nlong the highway, just a few feet away. Her hesUis^tu&ted^aiioot nway and on 'the east side of the trunk of a, tree. Fingertip Severed Paul Schultz, G, son of ttev, and Mrs. Arthur Schultz of.BUrt, had the end of the middle finger on his right h'and nearly severed when he got it caught in a lawn mowe* Thursday, June 8. His .was treated at St. Ann hospital, Al- 1 gona, where the finger tip was sewed in place. At the time of the mishap, he was pushing the lawn mower on the lower part of the handle near the blade*, He slipped and his finger went in the bkdes. _j_..^. _- -- - -'' -- --'•-"-". i iii •"•-'- SCRIPTO MARKltfG J^NClfcS, lishing Co., phone Cl? 4*3635, ACTUALLY, YOU CAN'T WALK ON CLOODS- BUT &DRIhK6 THAT GOOD 4EALTH6IVIM6MILKOF CONSOLIDATED YOU'LL FEEL LIKE YOU CAN! PHEASANT • A hen pheasant has become a "city dweller" in Sumner. The Consolidated Co-op Creamery SERVING ALGONA, WHITTEMORE, SWEAiCITY, FENTON, LONE ROCK AND pUJIT -,•:•'-PHONE WHITTEMORE >33$T HO* „__ THE FRESHEST IN DELIVERED DAIRY PRODUCTS Ratn or sjtlne, all Intakes IB a turns of the A ial to rea'cK a,ny fctoj* t In'town. Hotwonder,buBy*nou«CH- \vivea like to shop-by phone .. .• there are rio, paring'.worries; no baby-sitter fees'. You cajicheck'on ( bargains, compare "prices, order practically anything without leav?" ing the house. It's another way your, telephone,.. of ten .taken, fop granted... helps you do more in » busy day. NORTHWESTERN Service First at Standard Dealers 5TMP.Ha ftieyre here today... something great.,, swetfi/ng^new. TH E AMiRIGANS A*E HEI|g »t Standard Qii Pealers to give you'tho utmost performance frpju. your c»r »,», | 'tN» SlIPER-PReMIUM, fe* mafn^^nt anti-knock ^ <"w-^'Sft.'K»*^Hn (iblPAiP EYct CIV W»**•**.**>* f *•» * T T— T -T • •^ r ' m UP «(yPW Standard Dealer's to enjoy belter driving.,. th* A J----J \Vayl Honor Bride-To-Be An illustrated biography of the bride-elect Julie Nygaard made up an interesting program at the June 8 shower in parlors .of the Methodist'church. The Mesdames Herman Wise, Geo. Detmering; Joe Skow, GJenn Gabriclson ana Luther Nygaard were in charge assisted by the Price sisters and the .Jones sisters in musical interludes. There were 70 persons present from 6 nearby towns. Graduates' With Honors Duane Beenken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Beenken of Britt and formerly of Wesley, was graduated with high honors June 9 from State Uniyersity. He received a Delta Sigma Pi Key for the senior man ranking highest scholastically in the College of Business Administration. He and 24 other students and 2 professon, were initiated into Beta Gamma Sigma honorary society in Business Administration. Teachers in Vacation Bible School in the Methodist church ast week were Rev. and Mrs Robert Jones, Maureen Harr. Olive Erdman, Shirley Bruns and Gladys Detmering assisted by ,inda Detmering, Barbara Jones, ilennda Gabrielson .and Cheryj riarr. Mrs. Louise Osborn of State Center spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Dwight Bruns and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise entertained at a family dinner party June 4 in honor of her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Voss of Algona on their 5gth wedding anniversary- Mr- atld Mrs - Waylanc Fredericks and family of Arlington were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Vitzthum ertd family of Laurens spent Sunday with his parents the Geo. Vi'tzthums. Mr. 'and Mrs. Loren Lease ?nd Susan of Clew Lake spent Sunday in the parental L. L. Lease home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks and family of Burt were Sunday dinner guests of the Bill Goctz family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stjtzer end son Gregory of Mesa, Ariz, arrived last week in th° parental •Ralph Tjadcn homo for a two weeks visit and to attend the Juno 17 wedding of her brother Paul Tjadcn to Marilyn Lqge- mann at Grant Lutheran church at Woden. Victor kPpbjg was^ re-elected las,t week to the REA board of directors of Hancock 'Co. Boyd, Ijoveltss was ABC's FOR BARGAIN-HUNTING GROWNUPS ffi FUU-SIZE DODGE DART — ^l^^^i^ 'r% •• —->•—_' ^^WB^^ . •A Is for Alternator. Charges battery even at idle", B is for Ba'rgalnTfriegrwt deal you get with 'inJune. C is for Comfort. Chair-high seats. D is for Dependable, the way Dodge Dealers are. Els' 1 for Economy. Gas-saving engines. F is for Fun. You'll have plenty in a Dodge, G is for Gala savings you get now! H is for Handling. Easy, True. I is for Interiors. Plush, Roomy, J Is for June. Best^ 'time to get a great deal, K is for Kick you can feel. L is for Luxury, M is for Many models, N isj : for Now. 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