thun£oy,_0a«mfc.r_8, 1<WS ^_AI_gonojla.Ulpp.,D,, M«! n «-3 , «| Po/r/c/o Patterson Weds At Fairmont On Nov. 26 C*»»4to o_ ^ • . & Eagle._ Patl . i( .j., Anp Patterson, <hiufihti.T of Mr find Mrs Bert Patterson, hr-carm- 11, bride of Roger Uv Cwhran of \J mncbaBo. Minn, on S;,Uml;,N Nov. 26. The bnde f ;mon, ,, tl'm .-on of Mr and Mis Drwoy (•<„•!)- 1'iin of vVinncbaKo. Kiithrr Ambrose Lay no performed the double riiiK ooremonv iit SI. John-Vianncy Catholic church ni Fairmont. Attending Iho bride was Kathleen Srhreibnr of Rochester Minn. The bcsl man was Donald NienlmiLs of \Vinwb;if"> and ushers were Herburt I'mtorsnn Jr. of Buffalo Center and Maurice Olson of Blue Karth A reception was held , n t II i' clock at Ledebur's for about 100 quests. Reception assistants were' Ruih Mortensen, Carolyn Swanson. Jean Hmificn, Joanne Reynran, Joyce Sc-hleinger and Deloros VVokasch. Following a wedding (rip (o Minneapolis and points' east, thr> couple will live in Fairmont. The bride- is employed by the Fairmont Telephone Co. and will continue in her j,,b. The bridegroom lias been employed farming in Winnt-bago area, .since return from service. Moving To Fairmonl Axel Erick.-on held a farm sale at his farm in Swea t-iwnship Wednesday afternoon, Doc. 7". lie ha.; leafed hi.s farm to Mrs ChrHena Swanson and her son Harold Swanson. Axel, a bachelor, plans to live in Fairmont. He *.:i-; lived on this farm al! hi.s life. Joe Frii-ks'.n. a bn.ther of Axel. \vh<. left last Ffbruarv foi I."* Angeles. Calif, and ];,ter to the state of Washington ••( turned here -'-.illr ti.:.r a:;-- I'. I;. ! i.> \v;f- Kills met Nov. 29 at the home «>!' Mrs Ralph Walker Jr. Lavon Jensen reported on her trip to the Intei national Livestock show in Chicago. Ralph Walker Sr. has spent some time here visiting hi.s daughter, Mrs Jim Montgomery, and Mrs Martin Dan! and son,'Ralph Jr. The Ralph Walkers took hi.s i;itlier to Rockwell Thursday where he will slay with a daughter and her family, the Ernest Witt.es. Cheryle Torino and a friend. Marlene Burrows of Traer, both girls are freshmen students at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, spent an in-between quarters vacation from Friday until Monday at Cheryle's par- erijs. Mr and Mrs Francis Torino. The Francis Torines and Miss Burrows were Sunday noon dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Ernil Larson and Monday noon dinner guests of Mr and Mrs WaJte; C. Peterson. Truman Johnson drove to Ames Monday to bring home Mrs Johnson who has spent a 'few iay.s at the home of her daughter ind son-in-law, and the new randdaughter. Mr and Mrs Earl Dee Zeeuw and Dililah Ann. the \ve.st coast. Mr a:vl Mrs K. nivt'-i I.^riae- son .lie narMil- of a *-«r. b .ni Tin .-•lay. N r "v. L'; 1 . at an K'-t'^r- Vdle '-.(....pifil. T'\i- !;.a)>y w- lulled !• ;;"iiri'!- 7 ounces at nir!'-; The couple !-,as two o'hrr suns anij a d-.m^hter. An i'fliei'i< and I'.'aders tram- ini; -4-1! s- i:<-v>! ..^is ; V vi .>. ..\1- t;ona Saturday af:e:ni"'m. ;i;t'.-!vJ- ing wi-re leader* Kve;e't Johnson. Cecil Thoresmi. Lio\-d Thure-- .n, M:\s Kalph Waiker. Jr. and Mrs Maynard Jen-en. 4-H officers were !.av >n Jensen, M-ny Kay I);!;,.-]. K-iv Fit7i:er-.dd. J5et'lv ar.!} M;.x:r:< Clark, I\;!a V.'.i'kc:. Die Ann SwansMii. K.-iri.'ii J^iia.'isnn. Duaiv J'-n-T-n, Kt-nnie Lin -it; and Robert Kaltvad. The Swea Sunbeam -4-H Club WESLEY NEWS Mrs- David Jnjinson of Corwith visited Mrs Bettie Wester Saturday afternoon. The High School music department under the direction of Wayne Prini>Ie began practice l.j.-'t \vcr<k on an operetta. "Mis- >i-'M.npi Melody" which will be prc.-enlcd in Jato Kebruarv. The public school will close I.^fcember L'.'J for the Christmas ;jnil New Year vacation and open Janu'.iry A Carol Coot/., daughter of Mr d Mr.. J ( ,v> C;<H<!/ sper.t Dccem- r 2-0 at thr homo. She attend.? '.'.•a State Teachers ColJeRC at '•'•far Fails ;'.nd this was an in Uv "i", quarter-- vacation. M:-~ Pauline Pfeffer enteitain- enntract bridge club Mnn- \ p en:m:, Nov. 28. Mrs W.ilker was a guest. line Hleich recently pledR- Pn\ Kp^jinti. a profession- h.'norary inu.-ic snrority. at i'ke University HI D'..s Momes. ..' is a n/u.vic major. Lu.T.n'ne yuungc.-t daughter of Mr and s Leo Bli-ich. b I< C b i. <i i;er 'iiiV Phvlii.- 1..0! Ii'(i Mu al D; Ti-.e Alp.na Upper Des Moines ;•.- in" largest c;reu!af.on in Kos- .i;h county of any publication UDM Classifieds Dividends There Could Be No Finer Christmas Gift ! Blg-Fomlly-Size Capacity—Holds 350 Ibs. 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