6—Atgono (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, January 1.0, 1956 Wiskus-Meyer Nuptials Held At Bancroft Bancroft — Marilyn Wiskus, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Wiskus, became the bride of Edward Meyer, son of Mr and Mrs A. J. Meyer, of Ringsted. in a beautiful ceremony performed in St. John's Catholic Church. Rev. Edmund Adams performed the double ring ceremony. Music- was furnished by St. John's High School Choir. The bride was given in marriage by her father and was attired in a gown which she had made herself. The gown was made of Baroness satin with fitted bodice. The standing pointed collar was made of lace. The Romaneswue Chantilly lace \vhi(?h was scalloped around the bottom. She wore a fingertip length veil which was attached to a pearl queens crown with rhinestones. Mrs Paul Sanftner, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. The bridegroom was attended by LeRoy Koppen of Lakota. Ushers were Robert Wiskus and Richard Meyer. The bride was a graduate of St. John's High School and the bridegroom graduated from Ringsted. After a short honeymoon in Florida they will be at home on a farm in Ringsted. Finishes Medical Course Dr. Arthur Devine, son of Mrs J. A. Devine of Bancroft, finished a four year course in surgery at the University Hospital at Iowa City, Jan. 1 and is now associated with the surgical medical clinic at Waterloo. Dr. Devine is married and is the father of three children who will all move to Waterloo in the near future. Engaged To Wed Mr and Mrs Alfred Busch of Ledyard announce the engagement of their daughter, Darlene Ann, to Francis Schiltz, son ol Mr and Mrs Arnold Schiltz, of Bancroft. Miss Busch is a member of the Fairmont High School senior class. Mr Schiltz is employed at the W. E. Ley Motor Company, Lakota. No definite date has been set for the wedding. Hospital Patients Mrs N. J. Merill of Bancroft has been a patient at Holy Family hospital. in Estherville this past, week. Mrs Merill has been suffering from nosebleeds. Mrs Norman Boever of Ban-; croft has been, a patient at Holy Family Hospital in Estherville where she underwent a minor operation for appendicitis. New Arrivals Mr and Mrs Harold Fangman are the parents of a daughter born Dec. 24, at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. The baby weighed 9 pounds and 2 ounces. The baby will be called Ruth Ann. Mr and Mrs Bob Foth of Osage are the parents of a son Donald born Christmas. He weighed 7 pounds and 8 ounces. Mrs Foth is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Geo. Wolf of Bancroft. Attend A Shower A shower honoring Miss Fed- derston of Dolliver was held in the Dolliver Methodist church Wednesday, Jan. 4. Miss Fed- derston will be married to Charles Rolling, son of Mr and Mrs Peter Rolling of Bancroft. The wedding will be held at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Armstrong. Those from Bancroft attending were Mrs Pete Rolling and daughters, Loretta and Marcella Weber, Ammerita Boddor- ius, Mrs Mary Schmidt, Mrs Maurice Froehle, Mrs Rose Murphy and Mrs Gerald Krammer. Thomas VonBank of Bancroft is a patient at Holy Family hos- E ital in Estherville where he is eing treated for severe nose bleeds. 40th Anniversary For Swea Couple Swea City—Open house for Mr and Mrs Floyd Smith is planned, for Sunday afternoon, Jan. 15, 2 to 5, at their home Vt mile west and l^h. miles south of Swea City. The event is to celebrate the 40th wedding anniversary of the couple, and is being sponsored by their four children; Mrs Elsworth Carlson, Litchfield, Minn.; Mrs Leighton Hugeson, Granada, Minn.; Patricia Smith, Fairmont; and Howard Smith of Minneapolis. Every one is welcome and. no invitations are being sent. Mr and Mrs Smith were married Jan. 12, 1916, at the Swea City Methodist Church, and went to farming on the farm of his father the late J. M. Smith 5 miles southeast of Swea City. They later went to the East Chain neighborhood where they lived 18 years, until they bought their present farm home. Their immediate family consists of their four children, and four grandchildren, Barbara and Beverly Carlson, and Eugene and Sherilyn Hugoson. Ho* Brain Surgery ___ Lakoia—Late reports from the bedside of George Bauman at a Rochester h,a»pi,t»l are most favorable- Be has b*e» improv- sine* surgery on his brain, Portland Social Club Has Party, Bartlett Home Portland — Th£ Four Corner Social Club of Portland met Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 3. at the home of Mrs Flossie Bartlett, with Mrs Girtie Rike assisting hostess. Those present besides tne Hostesses wore: Mrs Minnie Larsen, Mrs Lewis Larscn, Mrs Hazel Carroll, Mrs Herman Harms, Mrs Bernard Phelps, Mrs Herbert Nelson. Mrs Donald Ringsdorf. Mrs Verle Nelson and Mrs Victor Fitch. At roll call the dues were paid for the coming year. A short business mooting was closed by singing "The Star Spangled Banner," after which a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 7, at the home o£ Mrs Verle Nelson, with Mrs Glen Larsen, assistant hostess. Mr and Mrs Elwood Nelson and family and Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson of Titonka went to Carpenter Tuesday to visit Mr and Mrs Lowell Jasper and family. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family and Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf and Barbara went to LuVerne Tuesday evening, where they attended a basketball game. New Year's Day pursts nt the Fred Davis home were Mr and Mrs O. A. Campney, Mr and Mrs Walter Campney and Dick and Mr and Mrs Harold Campney all of Burl and Mr and Mrs John Buscher and family of Algona. Mr and Mrs Paul Arend entertained the following guests at a New Year's dinner, Mr and Mrs Mike Arend of Burl, Mrs Maggie Hilbert and daughters and Rose and Christine Arend all of Algona. Mr and Mrs Laurence Breckler of Pocahontas spent Wednesday visiting at the Fred Davis home. Mrs Breckler and Mr Davis are brother and sister. Mrs Mike Arend will be hostess to the "Portland Social Club," this week Thursday, Jan. 12. Mr and Mrs Robert Sarchel and son went to Ohio to spend the Christmas and New Year holidays with their sdn and wife. Mr and Mrs Allen Sarchet and family of Fairborn, Ohio. They also visited a sister of Mrs Sarchet, Mr and Mrs F. O. Kanehl, Rittman, Ohio. They returned home Wednesday, Jan. 4. Mr and Mrs Harold Becker were New Year's dinner guests at the home of Mrs Becker's parents, Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary. New Years dinner guests at the Kenneth Sarchet home were Mr and Mrs Fred Habeger and Mr and Mrs Duane Habegcr and daughter all of Hurt, Mr and Mrs Dick Furst of Humboldt and Jessie Sarchet of Algona. If It's News — We Want It! Irvington Infant Home After A Hospital Siege Irvington—Pamela, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Lemkee., is now recovering satisfactorily after her release from a Fort Dodge hospital. She had been very ill with flu and complications and spent several days at St. Ann hospital before going to a specialist at Fort Dodge. Word received from Mrs Rome Robinson at Iowa City hospital states she is getting along satisfactorily since her broken hip has been set. Her son and wife, Mr and Mrs August Robison, have been with her a few days. Mrs Elnora McElroy, Chicago, is making an extended visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Boldridge while her mother is recovering from recent surgery. Capt. Wm. Batt is now at home after having completed his stay as instructor in an army camp in Louisiana. Vern RobLson returned to his home at Dakota City last Thursday after several weeks spent at St. Ann hospital due to injuries" received in recent auto wreck. Mr and Mrs , Elmer Dole and son John arrived home Jan. 3rd from California. John began his second semester at Ames on Jan. •llli. Mr and Mrs A. Grace of Des Moines spent the post weekend at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Boldridge. *».W»^. v. «-««••,« ^4. Eastern Star At Livermore Has installation Livefmor*—Installation of officers of the Order of the Eastern Star took place Monday evening, Jan. 2. Those installed were Mrs Tommy Kissinger, Worthy Matron; Tommy Kissinger, Worthy Patron; Mrs Paul Wade, Associate Matron; Paul Wade, Associate Patron; Mrs Jessamine Miller, Secretary; Mrs Charles Rlckard, Treasurer; Mrs Harold Stoddard, Conductress; Mrs Burrell Smith* Associate Conductress; Mrs R. W. Beardsley, Chaplain; Mrs Herbert Raney, Marshal; and Mrs Rasmus Olson, Organist. The points of the Star are Adab, Mrs Earl Armstrong; Ruth, Mrs Ted Rossing; Esther, Mrs Vera Wolfe; Martha, Mrs Harold Dolder; and Electa, Mrs Leonard Wilson. The Warden is Mrs Ralph Wilson and Sentinel, Ralph Wilson. The installing Worthy Patron was Herbert Raney: Installing Chaplain, Mrs James Hughes; Installing Marshal, Mrs Elwood Rummens, and installing Organist, Mrs J. F. Hamm. Shirley and Sharon Kissinger presented their mother a basket of red roses from the Chapter and Dennis Kissinger presented his father with a boutonnaire of red roses. The Junior Matron, Mrs Donald Clark, was presented with a gift by Mrs T, D. Rossing from me Cnapter. Mrs Alvin Lenerlz was hostess to the Contract Club members at her home Saturday afternoon. Following a luncheon contract bridge was the afternoon's entertainment. High prize for contract Went to Mrs Ted Wagner, second high to Mrs Joe Sanders, who was a guest, and traveling prize to Lena Altman. Mr and Mrs George Foth, Mr and Mrs Allen Foth and son, Mr and Mrs Richard Foth and two children, and Mr and Mrs Gordon Foth and family of near Lti-. Verne were New Year's supper guests at the Richard Thul home near Algona. Gale Berryhill went to Kamrar Monday to attend the funeral services of his niece, a WCCK- bld daughter of Mr and Mrs Lynn Berryhill. Mrs Bill Wilson was hostess to the Neighborhood club at her farm home Tuesday afternoon. High prize went to Mrs Harold Stoddard, second high to Mrs Henry Groh and consolation to Mrs John Sorlie. Mrs R. W. Beardsley entertained the Presbyterian ladies aid members at her home Wednesday afternoon. After the business meeting conducted by the president, Mrs John Hauck, the devotion was led by Mrs Charles Howard. Susan Eisenbarth, year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Eisenbrtrth, Who was a polio victim at a Fort Dodge hospital, has returned home. Mrs Ernest Logue and Mrs Donald Armstrong visited Thursday with Mrs Donald Logue at Hutnboldt. She recently fell and broke her knee cap. Dr. and Mrs R. W. Beardsley received word that their daughter, Mrs Charles Hohn, underwent surgery at a Portland, Ore. hospital, Dec. 30. Mrs Anna Berte and daughtei Agnes, Mr and Mrs John Berte, Mr and Mrs Nick Berte, Mr and Mrs Alphons Berte and Mr and Mrs Joe Berte were guests Sunday evening at the Mrs Susan Berte home and helped her celebrate her ninety-first birthday. Mr and Mrs Jack Hansen and son of Grinnell were guests over the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Wilson. Mrs Alvin Berte, Mrs Raymond Berte. Mrs Anna Berte, Mrs Clifford Baker and daughter Janine attended a miscellaneous shower at St. Joe Sunday in honor of Mary Ann Berte of St. Joe who will be married to Merlin Altman and Shirley Bird of Fort Dodge, who will be married to Harold Berte at St. Joe, Jan. 17th in a double wedding ceremony. Mr and Mrs Louis Behounek visited from Friday until Monday at the home of their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Roger Uhlenhake and family • at Charter Oak. Creseo Chums Hosts At Forty The Cresco Chums annual family Christmas party was held on Dec. 27 at the Cresco Community Hall. The program opened with group singing. Girls participating in music number were: Carolyn Rochleau, Ann Smith, Madonna Misch, Judy Lichter, Rosemary Gisch, Emma Finley, Sheryle McNeil, Betty Besch, ,Dianne and Sandra Schneider. A skit was given by Betty Besch, Deloris Eisenbarth, Karen and Kathleen Zaugg, Jeanne Ann Friders and Sandra Schneider" gavfe Christmas readings. The club also had a band which played several numbers. Cards and games were played. Lunch was bervcd. ' FATAL A "mercy trip" resulted fatally for Gene Mock, 24, of Mercer, Mo. He was driving to Lineville to take Jim Browning, 74, back to his home there so he could got a heart pill, and lost control of his automobile. Both men were killed. 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