^mmmmmmHmn March 20, 1962 New Bride Is Shower Honoree At Burf Church *ta_..il * • i Burt — A post-nuptial day evening, The guests was church Satur- miscel. were presented to the honore guest, her mother, Mrs. Al Hlnck & 2 n * KW" *"*«, Carilyn were — „ -*..-» , ..—» VTTJ'ft Ol i3 LCI I VrfCUllj by Georgia,Holding, In behalf , the hostesses. The program presented eq vocal tflusic by Erna includ Marci IN APPRECIAtlON To The First 100 Ladies Entering Our Store On WEDNBDAY ACLUSTER of FREE fLOWERS " * • ••• . * WELCOME TO BOMGAARS Strange. Judy Marltfw gave a humorous reading. .Marilyn was assisted In opening her gifts by Carilyn Hinckley, Judy Marlow, arid Diane Markla. Lois Prange poured., Hostesses were Mary Jeah Andrews^ Doretta Abbas, Viola Becker, Lorraine Campney, Ethel Dremmel, Betilah Davis, Chari Habegar, Georgia Holding, Alleeda Harms, Palma Joy Holding, Esther Hilton,' Lavina Hansen,. Wantalee Hawcott, Helen Johnson, Elsie Lockwood, Mabelline Lovstad, Shirley Lovstad, Hazel iLarson, Beth Miller, Benita Mitchell, Lefie, McMullen, Viola McDonald, Rose . McGuire, Harie O'Brien, Ruth' Alice Patterson, Clara Reynolds, Vera Schwie- ert, Helen Steward, Ethel Smith, Geriaveve Spry and Phyllis Wiener. Marilyn Hinckley, daughter of ne Al Hinckleys, Burt, became tie bride of Don Thomson at the Jurt Methodist church Feb. 24. They are now at home at Oakdale vhere both are employed at the tate Sanitarium. March 20, 1962 Burt are* for over 28 years, ^-ney have bperated tHeir feed ^tore for six" years. Complete Moves , Mr. ; and Mrs.' Ralph Johnston have purchased the former-Harold Rtemers home and will move" after , . . . some repaired remodeling WOrk '• uV < > ™e - Fred W. Goetsch re- is completed. The Don ftiemers. ™ d a 1962 P 1 ^ 06 recognizing who have Been living in the house, r years of no accident truck drlv- moved ,to the Henry; SmlthffibtJse ', ng from the Iowa Motor Truck Mr. [and Mrs, Julius Sfeele? and I Assoc iation. son have rented,the Boyle McFar- LuVerne Truck Driver Receives ft -..« Snfatlf Pl * MICI 7 rl land home recently ,v"a<5ated by the Ron Charlsons and will move A. A. Schipull was in Atlantic Lily, New Jersey, with a group from Renwick, Bode and Humin soon.-Mrs. Stecker is the: former f r< ?' n Renwick, Bode and Hum- Judy Wieske. ,Mr. Sleeker is em- oldt> at 'ending a National REA *_i i__» » ' i » _. , _ ~ - : •, • I Pflrumnf !*•»*» ployed in Algona. On Dean's List :Two Burt girls are listed'on Dean's Honor Rolls ,in lo<va Col- BEN FRANKLIN s-io NATIONALLY KNOWN IN ALGONA FIRST ANNIVERSARY EVENT - SEE OUR 4 PAGE SECTION IN COLOR, THIS ISSUE. \ward Prizes Riedels Feed Store held a Get Acquainted Day Wednesday. In spite of the blocked roads and weather conditions, approximately 200 people dropped in for coffee — •—•"- •* »»v»«v» . *+\tna 111 AVVrC* WUJ" I «i« -~-.-» *.^**m,j , , L leges for the first semester of thei w ' report to a base in Texas. ^ear. Judy Hinckley, daughter of """ 1J ""' " Mr., and .-Mrs., Al Hihclde^ and a senior in elementary education at Simpson College, Indiahola, achieved a 4-pbint grade average to _ win, her place on the-;honor convention. A/C Donald Jensen arrived Mar. 5 from Alaska for a 30-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Jensen and' family. .He '"ill report to a base in " Capt. Gerald Schipull reported Mar. 5 at Goose Bay, Greenland for service. In -the -Air Force he was stationed at Bismarck, N. D. Gerald is the son of Mr. and Mrs '. A. Schipull, LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Henderson were hosts Sunday evening to their winter Card club. High, 4 Grade School Libraries Here Help Johnnie To Read ^^—tma^x-j^-^^-. ^ , _^ and donuts. Free door prizes were given >ay. Lucky winners were- Francis Erpelding, Ed Smith Sr., Screal DeGeeter, Maynard Wle- gand, Glenn Black, Mrs. Jake Gifford and Wayne Jones. The Riedels need no introduction i the area as Louis has been in the feed grinding business in the Virginnia Bohi, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Bohi and a „ . , freshman at MOrningside College' . L Y? SS and Mrs - James Stahl, Sioux City, qualified for her honor ?l" e ™.',, Don Miller< Mr - and u.. _„_—•-.! — - — . . '.-,.. i Mrs. Miller were guests. Next meeting is Mar. 25 with the James Stahls. —— *"• ^»V , tjUOUilGU -*U1 IlCi liUIlUF by receiving a 3.25 grade average for the first semester. mm and spice for a girl's spring Sweet and successful, the young fashion story for a girl's spring . . . rimmed round with ruffles, flounces and furbelows, and priced low, although fashion spiced high, for the loveliest of values. Bring the girls in, and see. % . . . DRESSES FOR NOW . . . FOR EASTER FOR ALL SPRING t: Mrs. Sara Olloin, who recently fell and broke her, left leg , and spent some time at University hospital, Iowa City, has returned to Burt and is staying at the Maple Leaf Rest Home. Mrs. Robert Lovstad was Hospitalized at St. Ann hospital for several days this past week, under- : going minor surgery. Mrs. Louis Riedel spent several days this past week at the home of her daughter and family; the Jim Fredricksons at Rockwell Mrs. Riedel stayed with the grandchildren while their parents were with a group of Rockwellhigh school girls at the State Basketball Tournament in Waterloo. : Mr. and Mrs. Leo'Mitchell artd family spent several days with his parents in Estherville. Mr.; and Mrs. Eugene Steward 111., after Lois, the Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Schipull returned from Rockford, "" visiting her daughter, „„.„, ..,„ Harvard Stewart family, a few days. Friday evening guests in the Robert Barber home were Mr. and Mrs. Carman Rolland family of Bode. . _. _. MH(3N , UV i-JV^YYCHU and son, Minneapolis, are visiting Qf tVlA Vtftvtnntn't ITT — li. — — 1-11 _i . ^ at the parental home. Walter Steward Weekend visitors at the Al Hitickl ley home were Mr. and Mrs.;Don Thomsen, Oakdale^ Larry ley, Vermillion, So. Crisp new cottons and miracle fabric blends . . . many with their own jackets. Both trimly tailored and ruffle-bedecked styles, in a myriad of the seasons' newest and gayest colorings. Pick your favorites now, in sizes 3 to 14. BLOUSES GALORE The rage of the new season ... the "Liz" look, ruffle-trimmed and Just like big sisters' . . . also plenty of crisply tailored classics, always favorites. Choose either type in sizes 3 to 14. White only. Henry Prange and 'Bobby, Mrs Henry Saucke and Donald, Wells. Minn., and Lois Prange, Minneapolis. Sunday dinner guests in eluded Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becfc er and Boyd Shipler. Weather Lets RingstedBoy Celebrate Twice Ringsted — Jerry Jensen, five year old son of; the Irvin Jensen's, finds, that when you are snowbound on your birthday, you get to" celebrate the day twice. Once with the, "folks at home" and again when the roads were open OA flint -Uin CM!A«J. •»*!_. "-':Jt V» Truth has only to change hands a few times to become fiction. so that his friends, Max "and Marlys Cole,,could be with him. 'I'.'Chet Tabor and Sylvia Culbertson left Monday for Chicago after several days at the parental Merle (^Ulb^artsori fiome. Sunday dinner guests at the Culbertson home were Mr. and Mrs. John Genrich and family and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Quastad and family of Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Gordo Culbertson and family. Danny Wentworth celebrated h birthday Monday at the parenta Donald Wentworth home. H guests were Terry and Becky Thomas and Mrs. Cedric Thomas Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Jensvold returned Friday from Tucson, Ariz where they had spent two months Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Hansen and family and Mrs. A. M. Hansen, the latter of Armstrong returned Sunday from Cedar Falls where they had spent the weekend at the M. J. McCunniff home. What was supposed to be an overnight stay ended in . a four day visit for Carmen Rovn at the home of Marie Rasmussen. Vernon Jensen left Saturday on a two week Caribbean tour. The Emmet county Women's Federated Club will hold its annual meeting in Ringsted Mar. 30 at St. Paul's Lutheran church at 2 p.m. Mrs. Ingeborg Aagard was made happy at the Good Samaritan Home in Estherville Saturday by the visit of her grandson and his Wife, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nielsen of St. Paul, Minn. The Nielsen's spent the weekend at the parental Mr. and Mrs. Niels J Nielsen home here. Mr. and Mrs. John Schupfer visited Saturday at the Wilbur Christensen home at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs/Leonard Lund and Arne Hewett visited Sunday at the Rudy Haack home at, Swea City. Mr. and Mrsi Melvjn, Englebarts land family ..of Algonk were • als visitors at the Haack-homeu. Bonnie Weydert Of St Joe To Wed April 28 If Johnnie or Susie cannot r<»ad, it isn't because they do not have an opportunity. Pupils in the four grade schools m the Algona Community School system have access to a total of 8,068 books in individaul school libraries now operating in the four grade buildings. Tho Lucia Wallace library has 2,4J6 volUmes.'the Bryant,3,500, the Bertha Godfrey 1,513, and- the Third Ward has 63G books on its shelves. The local school system is one of the comparatively few having approved, centralized libraries in elementary buildings. Pictured above, left to right, arc Mrs. Goldic Erickson. Bryant school; Mrs. Helen Proper, library supervisor; Mrs. Mar- gnret Beringcr, Bertha Godfrey school; Mrs. Katherine Misbacli, Lucia Wallace school; and Williclmlna Harms of the: Third Ward school, who handle the elementary school libraries. ; Mrs. Proper,is a certified teacher-librarian with a major in library training. She helped set up a school library at Kanawha, and is helping to do the same thing at present at Sentral High for Set The Date For Your Formal Wedding Portrait, Too! WONDERFUL NEW SPRING COATS From our newest showings, a beautifully styled flare coal In textured cotton check. Fully lined in rayon tqfettg, Grey/White Black/White, Turquoise/ White in sizes 7 to 14. 1098 AND REVERSIBLE ALL-WEATHER COATS, JUST LIKE MOTHERS! Beige woter^repellant poplin on one side, subdued poplin print on the * other, completely reversible with a convertible hooded collar. Sizes 7 to 14. Daughter Weds Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchiso of Algona have announced th marriage of their daughter, De Anne Kay, Los Angeles, Cal., and Donn Minier, also of Los Angeles Saturday, Feb. 24. Both of the newlyweds are employed at Call fornia Lutheran hospital, Los An. ?eles and they will make their home there. Manager Leaving Effective Mar. 26, Ron Mock who has managed the S & L store icre for the past few years, will become manager of the firm's tore at Fargo, N. D. The local store's new manager will arrive ere from Casper, Wyo. Fenton-Lone .Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Anton Weydert of Bode announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Bonnie K. to James Harms son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Harms of West Bend; The weclding i ,„, , ^' i ' is scheduled for April 28th at st L mentary ' sch()o1 libraries Joseph church, St. Joe at 9-30 am' ave been a PP™ved for three •". Miss Weydert is a' graduate' of/^ ears; the hl & h scij0 ^ library has Garrigan high school and is em-1 f n a PP r °ved for many years, ployed at Home Federal Savings A cent ™Hzed Jibrary is aimed at and Loan Ass'n of Algona. Mr. f ro . v } duig add ''«onal reading ma- irofmc. <f. o «..«j.._i_ - r ... , _ .'Itonal other than the usual classroom literature, and there is a wide range available to all students. — Algona. VJ ,. is a graduate of West Bend u'gh school and farms with his ather. (UDM Engraving) Two Salesmen Get Awards Each building has a room sot aside for library purposes, with files and indexes of all books. 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