Hoover-Vegge Vows Spok Rose Mary, daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Yegge, Buffalo Center become the bride of Vaughn, son of Mr and Mrs Ted Hoover of Burt, m a double ring ceremony performed by Fr. Thomas Flood i | tf , P f tn ^ ks Catholic Church at Buffalo Center, Aug. 16 at 9 a.m. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore-a wedding dress with a scalloped lace neckline, imported Chantilly lace bod- ' ( -' e . an . d ,. tum > with a bouffant nylon tulle skirt. Her finger-tip veil was of imported illusion net with pearl trim, she wore a dou<- ?, ?12 °( pearls and earrings, gifts of the bridegroom, and earned a bouquet consisting of a yellow dipped 6rchid surrounded bv yellow roses. Shirley Grandgenett, sister' of the bficlc, was matron of honor, and Dinne Hoover, sister of the bridegroom, served as bridesmaid Roger Hoover, brother of the bridegroom, was best man «".« Ronald Yegge, brother of the bndo, was Groomsman. Acolytes were Jerry Kahler and David Yegge and Dennis Yegge and Oary Hoover served as ushers Jeanne Murray was organist and Patricia Hanson, soloist. A reception was held immedi- Wedding en August 16 ately after the ceremony in the church parlors for 150 gues's. Mrs Larry Grandgenett was in charge of the guest book, Mrs Dennis Yegge cut the cake, Mrs-Phil Hci- man poured coffee, Mrs Ray Doughan poured punch, and Peggy Patton, Rita Bonstetter, Marjoric Illg and Mrs Janice Struecker served as waitresses. The wedding dinner for the immediate families was held at 1:30 p.m. in the Forestor Hotel at Forest City. Mrs Hoover graduated from Buffalo Center high school and has been employed in Algona at the telephone office. Mr Hoover attended Titonka high school, served two years in the army and is employed at present at the Pioneer Hybrid Corn plant in Algona. After a two week wedding trip to California, the couple will live in Algona. MITCH HIKER 'A Mexican youth. Jose Rodrique/, hitch-hiked to Corydon in just three days after he had sauntered across the International bridge at El Paso, unnoticed by immigration officers. Immigration officials at Omaha are taking him home. FINN'S BAKERY Now Open For Business IN NEW LOCATION Between the Hub Clothiers And New Harrison's Store Offering The Finest In Bakery Goods In Algona's Most Modern, New Bakery Bldg. WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING EXTRA SPECIAL! SAVE .SI 00 On Like-New Horpoint ELECTRIC RANGES (only 2 to sell) 1 \'2 Years Use In Algona High School SWARTZ ALGONA IRHA HOWE Burt Reminder Changes Hands In Business Deal Burl—Mr and Mrs Dale Lockwood purchased the Burt Reminder last week and will have the business and office in the home where they now live. Mr and Mrs Paul Olson, the forTnrr owners started with the Reminder five years ago. The Lock woods, Jean and Dale, plan to continue along the fume line with date of publication to be Thursday as in the past. Mr and Mrs Paul Olson have purchased a long trailer house and at present are living at Rockford where Mr Olson is working on the elevator. Their plans are indefinite at this time. They have two sons Ladell and Larry, who arc school age. Mrs Maud Allen of Julesburg, Colorado, has been visiting the Art Leasons and other relatives here the past week?. .Lura Sewick and Mrs Allen spent the weekend with the James Scwitks in Spirit Lake recently. Mrs Allen is the former Maud Sewick. Mr and Mrs Howard Williams and daughter of St. Charles. Minn. were weekend guests at the homo of Mr and Mrs Don Mitchell. Mr Williams is a brother of the latter. Mr and Mrs James Sewick of Spirit Lake were Sunday visitors at the Art Leason home. M. Sewick is a brother oi Mrs Leason. Mrs Lawrence Miller and daughters left Monday for their home in Runnimede. New Jersey after spending several week;; with the former's parents. Mr and Mrs E. P. Frederickson and the J. L. Millers. The trip was mude by plane from Mason City. Mr and Mrs Duane Habeger are parents of a daughter born to them at St. Ann hospital in Al- gonn on Tuesday, Aug. 2. Tin- baby weighed '8 pounds 5'^ ounces and has been named Kristen Kay. Mr and Mrs Fred Habeger are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Clifford Abbas and daughters Judy and Janice are .-•pending this week with relatives near Bancroft. South Dakota. Garry Abbas accompanieti them and they spent sometime with the Schmidts. Mr and Mrs Walter Roseaneu of Lakota called on Mrs Lottie Isenberger Monday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Lance E. Riebhoff invited friends of the community to a reception held in honor of Mr Mitswyasu Saito of Tokyo. Japan and Mr and Mrs John Riebhoff of Kingston New York. The reception was held in the Fellowship Hall of the Methodist Church Tuesday evening. Mr Saito. a friend uf Rev. Riebhoff when the latter was in Japan, is attending school in the states. The Birthday Circle will mec- Thursday afternoon with Li/xic Giddings. Lottie Isenberger will have devotions and Hilda Gross. the program. Mr ;;nd Mrs George Becker are parents uf a d.uichti'r hum t.- them at Park Hnspi'a!. Mas.in City Monday. An.j };>. Susan Jean weighed ru-arly s e v e n pound.- and has ;, brother Stephen, three years. Mr.- "Ray Miller spent ;i wi-ek recently with the Cecil Stcwar-:!.. in H;i/elcrest. 111. Da/rril ami Joyce were with the grandparents, Mr and Mr.- Walter Steward. Mr and Mrs Art Lenson h.id as visitors recently the latu-r'- brother Harry Sewick of Iivtoi; and his daughter. Bonnie Bewick of Chicago. Miss Sewick is ,1 dietitian in a Chicago hospital. Jessie Rash it-turned Sunday from a months visit" with relatives in Tennessee, and Illinoi? She visited the O. O. White fam- ily in Nn=.hvi11f\ Tpnnr—pp. nnrl the W. R. En,-ts til Northbrook, 111., and also spent a week with the Wm. G. Radtkes in Muskegon, Mich. • : ' ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner Doris Mae Stnttlemann. infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Stattlemann, was baptixed Sunday in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Mr and Mrs Will Reding, maternal grand- par'">>]'c \rore sponsor?. Air ,uul Mrs Math Hermann and Baibara Kellner from St. Be/iediel: Mr and Mrs Bernard Stroil and son Karl,' of Rur!: and Mr Jind Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas were Sunday evening visitors at the Harold Bormann home. Mrs Rose Statt]omann and Mrs Kdwan.l ThilKcs spent severnl da^s last, week in (lie Norbort Tl:rl«cy home ne.ar Lone Rock. On Tuesday the new St. J"---'p!rs Sister Convent, will be c:k ;,ned with the ladies of the Pan-. 1 ! assisting with the work. Sally Bormann is assisting with U' 1 household dulif.-s m the Pian;-: Slattlo.mann home. Mr.- L'n Thilnes is hostess to her ;VK) Club in her home on Wed- n< -'lav. • Irvington By Marguerite Mulligan George Skare, local depot agent, is now having his annual vacation. A relief agent from Mason City is faking his place. Mr and Mrs Skare and children are spending (his week at Black Hills S. D. The B. O. Davis familv r-nd Gerald Colcman family.' Car! Brown Jr. and LaVonne Mans and Mr and Mrs A. Eastman enjoyed a picnic Sunday at a Lake rie.-u Emmetsburg. Thursday, August 25, 1955 Algnnn f!a.) Upper Des Mdines-3 Mi and Mrs Lee Colwei] attended the Black Reunion at. Fort Dodge Sunday. The Charles CoUvell family spent Sunday at. Spirit Lake at the Harold Colwell home. Mr and Mrs Herman Lester and children of Woden visited at the Herb Wallace home Sunday, al.-o at the Or-raid Fra.ikl home Mr and Mrs Henrv Scheppmann visited relatives at Lake Park, la. Sunday. Mr and Mrs Loran Larson aro making plans for their new home to be built real soon. The n. Capesius family plan to move int. then- new home this week. Finn; woi k on interior is about e.nn- pletecl. Their Klead Wcgener, carpenter at Al- gnnu. 2 Night School Courses Slated Word lias benn received at flip Olfice of the County Superintendent, thai Dr-jkc Community Col- k'Kf will offer a course in educn- 4 >!on titled "School and C'lmtnti- nily". This course will be held ••lartinu ?vlond:iy, Sept. 12th at f i:;i!) at the Algona n'igh School. The District of Columbia wa.s named in honor of Columbus. It's Time To Dust Off Your Bowling Gear And Get That Arm In Shape, 'Cause Barry's Bowling Alleys OPEN SEPT. 1 Alleys Have Been Sanded With The New D-30 Sander Which Is Exclusive With Brunswick iquipment This assures level playing surface from foul line to pit. and uniform playing conditions across all alleys. We provide this most approved method of resurfacing as part of our effort to give our customers the finest equipment, perfectly maintained, for their greater bowling enjoyment. Barry's RECREATION 'S BIG ANNU 3 BIG DAYS Thursday! Friday! Saturday! WEAR 1.98'° 3. LO Hundreds and hundreds of sparkling school frocks on Graham's racks . . . colorful plaids, bright stripes, smart solids with trim, the cutest stunningest frocks ever! Big selection in sizes 1 to 14. GIRLS SCHOOL SKIRTS in a wonderful selection of ccrduroys, flannels, plaids and cotton prints. Swirly new styles. "| AO to Sizes 3 to 14 GIRLS SCHOOL BLOUSES - favorite fall styles from famous Ship n' Shore! Cunning school styles in solids, plaids, 4 QQ *° O ( fancies livO £•' GiRLS SCHOOL SWEATERS in the finest and biqgest selection Graham's ever stocked! Nylons, Orlons, wools in slip-overs and cardigans. A AQ to M QQ Sizes 4 to 14 &-9O 4.90 "KITTY CARSON" JEANS - these are really different — they have style! With zipper side. Girls sizes 6 to 14 TRIPLE-ROLL ANKLETS with NYLON reinforced heel ant. 1 toe. Turn-down style cuffs that are all the rage. Pecked in sizes. Sizes 9 to lO'j 6 Pairs GIRLS COTTON PANTIES in choice of white and lovely pastels. Double crotch. Of a fine jersey knit. Sizes 2 to 6—49c. EQft 5izp,s 8 to 12 O9w TEEN-AGCR CREPE SLIPS in new cotton crepe, ilips with nylon lace trim. Strap A | ihoulders. Sizes 10 to 16 £•< GIRLS "LORRAINE" SLIPS - these are "super" slips, frcm Lorraine. In new krinkle crepe, no ironing. Slips that "grow"—just let -t \ down seam. Sizes 2 to 14 !•< GIRLS AND BOYS ANKLETS in gay Revelry styles, and in all sizes and colors for QQ A children 4 to 11 Pair 09C LITTLE GIRLS COATS made from pure all wools, extra warm and so handsome to wear. Splendid new colors. Sizes 3 to 6x Most practical you can buy for a boy for school Sanforized suede flannel, soft to wear, easy to wash. Six colorful patterns. •! ft"*! Sizes 6 to 16 . 1.98 $1.00 8.98 SCHOOL GIRLS COATS styled with all the high fashion of our best ladies coats. Pure all wools, in newest colors. "I A AQ I£.9O Sizes 7 to 14 GIRLS LEGGING SETS with smart coat and leggings to match. A full and complete winter outfit. Sizes to 6x 19.98 '•Mmmmm%'W'<i0 2.98 GABARDINE JACKETS unlined and nice for early fall wear. Washable, and in a range of colors. Children's sizes, for both boys and girls HEAVY LINED JACKETS for boys and girls. Of gabardine and heavily lined. Zipper front. Neat Mouton collars. An all-weather f* AO jacket with lots of wear V*VV BLI ARD COATS that are made to keep kids tocsty and warm even in blizzards. These have a full Mouton hood that covers the head. Decorated fronts bWVW*« 1119 10.98 Thursday! ;• Friday! Saturday These are regular style school jeans made of 8-ounce sanforized material with zipper fly. Nice choice of patterns. 4 Sizes 4 to 12 I. EXTRA HEAVY SWEAT SHIRTS in styles both boys and girls can wear. Davy Crockett pattern types. Heavy fleeced. Sizes 4 to 12 BOYS SPORT SHIRTS that are really tremendous buys! Long sleeve ginghams and gabardines with neat sport collars. •! A host of patterns . I • BOYS SURE-FIT SCHOOL SLACKS fashioned of neat rayon suiting materials. Elastic sides. Checks, stripes A and plaids £• "BUSTER BROWN" POLO SHIRTS just right for school. All colors in sizes 1 to 6, so it includes pre-schoolers, too. Real buy! BOYS CORDUROY SLACKS that are washable, half boxer and half belt waist. In some new color shades like pink, green and blue. Sizes 3 to 6x "BUSTER BROWN" SWEATERS, nice and neat- fitting and with cardigan snaps for easy putting on and taking off. -t Nice soft finish !• DAVY CROCKETT JACKET AND PANTS that are the real McCoy! They match, and both jacket and pants have lavish f fringe. Set ., W* DAVY CROCKETT SPORT SOCKS with the real Davy patterns and colors. They'll like these. Sizes 8>2 4 to lO'z 4 Pairs I. DAVY CROCKETT COONSKIN CAPS that are fun to wear . ATHLETIC UNDERSHIRTS of soft combed cotton knit in sizes 6 to 16 ... BOYS WILSON BRIEFS that are made just like a man's. Sizes 2 to 16 . .. SCHOOL "Wentherbird" Shoes FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 5 and 6 98 Oxfords for boys — in black or brown. Stunning styles for girls in suede straps and practical leathers. One of America's most famous makes of school shoes 1 Peters "Happy Hikers" 3.98 and 4.98 Styles and Sizes For Every Boy and Girl ! AIR-CONDITIONED Rugged leathers — perfect fit — Happy Hikers make comfortable young feet.
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