^' : '"r^'':' ? "". : ewiore Li St. Pfiulfs Lulht. *™£ ?Mi-Cft Wia,the scene- « «i P oo Cylinder, • '.exchanged,- weddifte THS torn tt aw ws df -Mr. and Mrs/ Leo, Woods Whitt€rnXF& |Ad tHe tfrifletftoon. '§ the sdtf 6f Mr. arid -Mrs". -Erwir Bfuhn,,bf dylihdefr,,Rev, Cle< Kautsch performed ' the double Hftg <play a*nd reces- fiHd 4c'compahled Mary Ellin' Ericsson ^ho sing"., .' , -Escorted to the altar by hej ttfio"g"a"ve Her ifi rHa1Wa'g(L ;he, bride wore a white chapel length gown ,of .Chantilly lace and -tulle, ^with Following ceptlon wa parlors friends of tfti temi tiered wedding eafte was large and, I leaf Of the bride, and MrSu th§ . were idlnin': rdffftT hosts, hedsflnf— November U Efnier, PfilibJ}* land VMrs. Naffcy'jHudsbh ba- ariaw ' • Jerved ;t frh pUfiefi. Mrft-liuah4 Wdda^Mfs; Duane 'Mawdsley,' Mrs.' - Gaylt Wfeyef 8«d MfS. Keith Van-Ho^ were in charge; of the.gifts'fjSfe^, Ebkeirrta'ft of K«i;ville rendered £.* pMyer"' Wheft ?Ihe ; '.guests ' seated-- 7st the , tables. Table waitresses were Wardell St. Cecelia's Catholic church was the scene of ai wedding Thursday mbrhing, Sept. 7, when Arlene .Mary v Kramer became the bride of, Leonard Eugene Heller. Their parents are -Mr. and Mrs. Raymond' Kramer of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Heller of Emmetsburg. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. P., P. Gearen officiated at the, ceremony. .Sister Mary Arthur was organist and Bob Smith and John Zaugg, acolytes. The bride was attended by her cousin, Jane Goche who served . as : maid of honor and her sister, Mary Lou Kramer who was bridesmaid. Debra Heller, niece of the bridegroom was flowei girl. / ' ' . "Raymond Heller j seryed'V his 'btother "-M belt s man' arid? 1 the' bride/s brother, RogV : Kramer was Jgr&omsmftn. ^Anthony Kah^ ler and yincerit "Heller' seate'd the guests.' „ ^ J »•• Immediately *' following th( ceremony, M a 'dinner^ and reee£(~ tion was held at thfe Plantation Ballrbom at Whlftemore. The bride is a "graduate*' of'St. Cecelia's Adaremy in,Algona and attended St. Thomas*' School, 01 Nursing at MarshalltoWn.—The bridegroom is a graduate of St. Mary's Catholic high .school at Emmetsburg and ' served • foiii years in the .United States Air Force. . • /' ' , pearls and irrideSceht sequins edged off the; scalloped necklirie. Her'flfc ted' bodice 1 and fulLtengthUteev*-' es coming to points at the wrists, emphasized: the, full lace 1 overskirt and ruffeled tulle underskirt trimmed with 'lace medal- 'lions. -Her fingeriip veil of im- borted English illusion net ,a* Corned With, lace medallions was held in 1 place by a crown adorned with Seeded pearls and crystals. Her ^jewelry was a crystal 'riecklace 'With matching earrings. a gift frdm the bridegrbbm. Shir carried ailjouquet of white roses and stepHanotis. - " Mrs. Everett Broesder was hei sister's rhatron of honor*. Mrs.' Carl Klein, sister of the bridegroom, arid Beverly Prilipp were- bridesmaids. Jeanette Ohnemus was flower girl and carried a miniatue' bouquet of white gladi- olias. Alfred Fehr , w£s . ring bearer and Paul Dietrich was Ctu-oL pstwald. Barbara Greinert,, * 1ha%f ( .Wt& jaM'kitchen help, $6 Mi?s. iBllsVofih Heidenwithj' «Jfe. ,Ec|wardjMiaaH|, Mrs. Miffil Schmeling, 'Mrs. William Hari^' over Jr., Mrs/'Wilbur Roeber ana' Mrs. Louis preinert, > ^ it) 2 'attended St.*; Shoofinj houw-9A.M : to 4:86 P.M. .Luthecan school, graduated ,frt)ri Whftfettorl high 1 school in 1958 tfbr 4h4 ^pasfc &tt -years has been -•employed ..with'"the B'iidha'h6: Abstract firm in Algon'a. ' Mf Bruhft graduated 1 from-Cylinde high school,in 1953, served Over seas for ttoo ye&rs and has been employed by the Hantelman .Contractors arid Builder^ ih Fell* 1 ton. "On her- going away trip, the bride wore a shebth dress witl overskirt, magenta color" will black accessories. Upon their-re turn 1 'Horn's from a two weel trip.they will reside in their new home in,Fenton. Fourteen successive kings oJ Egypt during the' Macedonian dynasty were hamed Ptolemy Ptolemy I Began his reign ifl '323 B. C., and the last of the line, Ptolemy XIV, who reigned as co-regent with his mother, Was put to death -in 30 B. C. ^ -, -. « - -7j - - — rt •- ~ *- — •• -ft f ^ P*™ '>: yy--.^6 R •'•• • »'4:.4il *, " *'*'*. *i >*•££ Xvtf 1 ' PRICES ARE OLD-FASHIONED BARN BURNERS..; HOTTER THAN THE CHICAGO FIRE: THE OLD GENERAL LEADS MAPLE GOSSIP BENCH NOT WAR SURPLUS BUT CIVIL „,!• .jm . WAR DAYS SPECIAL 5 | £E Regular $21.50 A Al 20 POLE LAMPS CHOICE OF COLORS Reg. $14.95 Reg. $19.95 v 10.88 13.88 TWO QDD 6 DRAWER DRESSERS with Mirfprs In;Wolnut or 6ray Mogh. j ' ; ; Regular $99.50 each $ W ft-.' A A CIVIl WAR PAYS ONLY jj %jmW BIVEI, IPOE < WALL MIRRORS SIZES ClVtt WAR OAYS 28 x 36 $£fe fiC^ 3^__||ilHI SSSSSSSS3 WALNUT 30 x 40 28 x 40 3 DRAWER with Walnut Wall Shelf Unit ^ attached. YOM MU>» see to $ iff beauty Regular T BRASS MAGAZINE RACKS f 8 TABIE LAMPS fafiSP®^-'' Pi «L ^o^.-;>f.*»J>«K-4: A'^^^^i: Sft^afca.'SJi^. THEM ALL MTH THESE: FRAMED DOOR MIRRORS $4.88 RiE<flNANt RUGS (various sizes) V 2 PRICE THIS is WORTH STARTING A WAR FOR lARGi Alt FOAM AND 'NYLON LODNGE CHAIRS 99.00 J IO nftd COMFpRfSBLE. GUUR LOW WCE ! $156 DURING CIVIL WARDAYS : $efaction of eporsilfer Clyit- only it ,j. i , SOFA PILLOWS 1,48 6-PIEqE WALNUT DINING ROOM SUITE BUFFET ~ tiRQP LfeAffAtlE V4 $ REGULAR $389.50 civil, WAR 248 "> '3 vTT -' ~ "W'^ifr '• * w-w ** ^,s *. • • -v 9 ROCKER & LOUNGE CHAIR ,-MMJM* '48.00 FiWrm Alt IliMi ARE PROM DUrUQUUR'TOP QUALITY FURNITURE STOCK. YOU CAN BUY IN CONFIPENCE AT & Carpet, Inc. thucidoy, Scpf. 14, 196 1 rdob, whfdh SM6; received this 1 summer. ' AtgdntT (ta.) Upptc Pii PEOPLE TRAVELED THIS DURING THE CIVIL WAR • * ...HOW THINGS HAVE CHANGED I Quail-November 4 to Dee. IS Steeling hours-9 AX. to 4:3d P.M. How Enrollm0iits In Area Public Sclhddls Compare ' With considerable stress laid in the past year or two ph. "population explosion", just how does this seem to express itself in school .enrollments? In Algona, the increase totals 15 pupils from the; 1960-61 school year into the .first tabulation of the 1961-62 school year. This is slightly less increase than the average over the past 58 years. 1 The enrollment in the Algona public school system this fall %tfas 1472 With a kindergarten en- 'i-pllment of 203 at the outset. jCpst year the reported enroll- 'ment was 1457, or 15 less than Ihis fall. /..(But the, student "explosion 1 ' not^seem to be particularly Special training for the ungrad-. CHEVROLET PARKWOOd STATION WA6ON KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. CY 4-35^4 Southwest of tourthouse/ en?oll« rrient, a considerable numbei will probably start first grade St. Cecelia's, based on the his- of preceding years. ' the 1933 school year, there ;s enrollment of 950 in the Al- public school system, in- c^fcive, so based on the 1961 en raiment of 1472, 28 years later, there has been an approximate increase in school en- in the public system of ... . to 19 pupils yearly 'in the irlteryal, . , •'.'•. comparison of school enroll- 'ts around the area in cities i larger and smaller than Algona is of interest, and these e!jj}-ollment figures have . been impiled for a cross-section of ofher schools. None of the totals include junior college enroll- rhents, where the systems have s^ch colleges. ALGONA — 1472 : Bri« . Q84 Clarion. 1182 <|!lea.r Lake 1906 Eagle Grove _:.. 1814 Emmetsburg 1079 Forest City .' 1192 t amer ., 1030 umboldt ---.' 1752 }New Hampton 1760 •fheldon 1431 ^In the Algona parochial school ijbtem figures have also been jjjeased for, the fall opening. At S|; Cecelia's Academy there is enrollment of 533, an increase of 17 from the prc- ci|ding year. At Garrigan High here is an enrollment of 396, ai: increase of 45 from the pre- cifling year, "for a total enrollment in the parochial system of " A " this fall. BURT By Mrs AI Hinckley 4 CROP Mating _jptev. gvan Routh of the Good IVIethodist church, who is county CROP chairman, the state meeting held Pes Moines last Wednesday, meeting was the 1961 Workshop. Albert Farmer, national CPOP director, was present la present the program. Members of the Burt school and their wives were Tuesday evening at a ret^ -for the Burt teachers heir families. The (i:30 din- was followed witji a short phaa'lson gave an inter- report on- his fishing trip tft great Bear Lake near the Ar- Circle. Lewis Finch told ot pwier spent attending suni- school at Colorado State I^Irs. Mathfcsoa ^poke on her WE'LLTAKE'EMALL! WITH THESE BARGAINS DAYS IN 15-16, CIVIL WAR ALGONA, WE'LL MOW 'EAA DOWN S &" t, CffiiiSCHILLES, PENt4EY'S ^ THEY^: CAN'T WJTTH- DRESSES Girls sizes Toddlers thru Sub- teens. One rack broken sizes of Kate Greenway, Cinderella others. : PRICE NIGHTWEAR For boys and girls. Also boys shorts and shorts and toppers 'or little girls. Also odds and ends of many other items, on 2nd Floor. Vi PRICE BATH SETS ixtra heavy rubberized backs, .avender, green, blue and yel- ow. 2 pieces, rug and seat cover. Regularly $4.50 set. $2.49 BOYS' COATS jttle boys coats in blue or grey. Sizes 5-6-7. Reg, $5.95. SPECIAL AT $1.59 DIAPERS Chix diapers. New reg. price 3.85 doz. Our Spiral tit $3.15 dozen or — 3 DPI* BiAUTY SHOP SPECIALS Make appointment now for Monday ofnly. ilO Permanent $6.95 ilS Permanent $8.95 hampoo Set and Cream Binit 8p«ciol _ __.. $1.15 GIRLS' FALL & WINTER COATS We received .double shipment/, so AAfg. said to sell; them. We'vvj added our entire stock at values $10.95 to $22.95. WASH DRESSES All our nationally-advertised brand selling $3.98 to $5.95. H OFF BATH TOWELS Sizes 22x44 to 25x48. .Extra heavy. By nationally-known mfgs. to sell $1.98 to $2.95. Most all colors. One group at 2 for $1.50 and another group at — 2 For $1.00 BLOUSES One lot of long-sleeve blouses. Values to $4.95. NOW $1.98 WASH CLOTHS Extra heavy. Most all colors. Full size. Values 29c each. NOW 6 for $1. Many others at 8 for $1. $2.98 Bath Mats now at $1.49 each. BLANKETS-3 for $10.50 A beautiful selection in jacquard prints, plains and plaids. Reg. $5 to $6.85 values. Special at $3.97 each or 3 for $10.50. Attend our Dwteh Auction during Civil W«r Days. 88 Swmrtier Dresses, values to f 19.95 . . . 15 Maternity Dresses, Value* to $12.95 . . . 52 Nationally-advertised Bathing Suit*, value* to $32.50. MAKE US AN OFF|R! NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED.
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