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J-Algeno (la.) Uppef Des Moinfes Tuesday, June S, 19S6 Patricia Johnson Weds Patricia Ann. daughter of Mr and Mrs Chester Johnson, Ledyard, became the bride of Byron G. Hoffman, Olin, son of Mr and Mrs George Hoffman, Hale, in a ceremony performed in the Shiloh Lutheran church at Elmore Saturday, May 19. at 7:30 p.m. Rev. H. E. Jacobson officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was attired in a white wedding gown and carried an orchid and lily-pf-thewalley on a white Bible. Matron of honor was Mrs James Rippentrop, DeS Moines, and Janice Wentworth, Ledyard, and Belle Hoffman, Olin. served as attendants. Flower girl was Marvel Ann Orvick, Ladyard, John Brodcrson, Olin, was ring bearer, Gene Lloyd, Olin, served as best man, Keith Knoner and Ronald Johnson, .Ledyard, were groomsmen, and James Rippenlrop, DCS Moines, and Edward Munyer. Elmore, were ushers. , A reception for 150 guests was held in the church parlors following the wedding with Mrs Edward Munyer in charge of the guest book, Rosfalyn Bashara and Judith Roseboi'o, gift table, Mrs Mario Halvorson cut the cake, Mrs Ivan Selberg poured and kitchen, hostesses were Mrs William Knoner, Mrs Harold Darnell, Mrs Earl Thompson, Mrs Mary Bashara. Table waitresses were Marilyn Kram- ersmeier, Carol Winter, Karen Schroeder, Dolores Dorsey, Rita Hagg, Barbara Cassem, Mary Thompson, Shirley Lloyd and Sharon Broderson. The couple are making their home at Olin. The bridegroom is employed in Ctedar Rapids. UP PER DES AA O I N ]Whiftemore Youths Graduate From Loras Whittemore — John L. Duffy, son of Mr and Mrs Lewis Duffy, Merlo Kollasch. son of Mr and Mrs Frank Kollasch, and Charles V. O'Brien, son of Mr and Mrs Bernard O'Brien, all of Whittemore, were among the 117th graduating class of Loras College in Dubuquc, Sunday, June 3. The commenccfrnent exercises were held in the college field- house with Senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts, as speaker. The Baccalaureate sermon was delivered by Most Rev. Ralph L. Hayes. D." D. of Davenport, both speakers were granted honorary degrees of Doctors of Law. John Duffy, a major in the field of philosophy: Merle Kollasch and Charles O'Brien, majors in English. The parents of the above students were present at the graduating exercises Sunday as well as many others from Whittemore.. Mr and Mrs Frank Dogotch Sr., and Mr and Mrs Leo Dogotch left Saturday afternoon while Mr and Mrs Frank Dogotch Jr. Del- berl Dogotch and Mrs Clem Mergen left Sunday afternoon for Peoria, 111., to attend the funeral services of Christian Hoerr, held Monday morning at the Apostolic church in Peoria. Mr Hoerr was the landlord of Mr Dogotch Sr. , Mr and Mrs George Schullor. Adolph Nans, of here, Mr and Mrs Tom Schuller of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs William Schuller of Ringsted, and Mr and Mrs John Schuller of Cylinder visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Schuller Sunday at Ayrshire, to celebrate Frank Schuller's birthday. Mr and Mrs William Lauck ocvc Meeting Postponed The. meeting of the C. D. of A,'s which was to have been June 7 lias been postponed to June 21. Mallard Speaker Father Leo Harpenau, of Mallard, was guest speaker at the Fathers and Sons banquet held Sunday evening at the K. C. hall. Lutheran Ladies Meet Women of the Trinity Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon, June 7. Hostesses will be Mrs H. D. Meyer, Mrs Harold Peter and Mrs Carl Paetz. June 7 Luncheon St. Cecelia - guild will sejrve luncheon, Thursday, June 7, from 11 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Chairladies are Mrs Nick Fisch and Mrs Lco.Thilges. Golden Anniversary Mr and Mrs Ferman Christof- fcr.3 drove to Hampton.Thursday to attend the golden wedding anniversary observance of-Mr and Mrs John Lehman. 1 • • Bridge Guests • • Josie McEvoy entertained her bridge club members 'last week Tuesday afternoon. Mary Barry and May O'Brien were guests. High score prizes were won by Susie Kohlhaas and Grace Holland. left for Jeffers, Minn. day where they attended th'e graduating exercises of a niece,Eileen Baas, daughter *bf Mr ana Mrs Edwin Baas. Martin Fogarty, son of William Fogarty, recently was promoted to specialist third class in Germany, where he is n member of the lOtli Infantry Division. This division was sent to Germany under the army's new unit rotation plan's to replace the; 1st Division, has established a training program as patt of the 7th Army. Specialist Fogarty, a clerk in Headquarters Battery of the division's' artillery, entered the army in December 1954 and completed basic training at Fort Riley, Kansas, and arrived in Germany in July, 1955. He is now playing baseball with the 10th Division. Set. 1st class William Hang, son'of Peter Hyag, has just completed the chemical, biological and radiological enlisted course at thr Army's Chemical Corps School at Fort McCellan, Ala. This course gave Sgt. Haas; instruction in both the combat and training techniques in CBR warfare. Sgt. Haag entered the army in' September. 1950, and received his basic training at Camp McCoy, Wis. He gradual- eel with the class of 1949 from Presentation Academy in Whilte- more. Mr and Mrs Sam Mogler received word from their son. Marvin, thai he had. left for Korea the forepart of May. . Mr and Mrs>Donald Maahs recently arrived here from Germany where Mr Maahs was stationed for two years. They spent, a/30 clay leave here at the home of the former's parents, Mr and Mrs George Maahs. They left for Fort Riley, Kan., to look for living quarters as Mr Maahs will be stationed there for some time. A/2C James O'Brien, son of Mr and Mrs Bernard O'Brien, went Tuesday to Park Air Force Base, 'Calif., after spending a 30 day leave here with his parents and other relatives. Mike Kelly is visiting here with his sisters, Mrs Woodrow Russell, Mrs Raymond Voigt and Complete Slate Of 4-H Tours Listed lit June The boy's 4-H clubs of Kossuth county have scheduled their annual club tours for June. A visit to each club member's place will be made on the tour to see their projects and visit about their management practices. Most tour plans also include demonstrations on fitting and showing projects at the fair and offer some practice in livestock judging. The schedule follows: June 9 — Portland, starling at 9 a.m. at Davis Bros. June 11 — LuVerne, starting at 9 a.m.; Seneca, starting at 8a.m. at School; Lotls Creek starting at 8:30 at James Bierstedt's. June 12 — Union, starting at 9 a.m. at Strayer's. June 13 — Garfield, starting at 8 a.m. at Metzger Bros.: Ramsey, starling at 7 p.m. at Leander Vaske's. , June 16 — Lincoln, starting at 9 a.m. at John VanHove's. June 18 — Burt, starting at 8 a.m. at Cunningham's; Prairie, starting at 3 p.m. at John Mullin's: Lakota, starting at G p.m. at Paul Trenary's. June 22 — Grant, starting at 8 a.m. at Grant Store, June 23 — Algona, starting at 9:30 a.m. at Dean Benschoter's June 25 — Eagle, starting at 8:30 a.m. at Lloyd Thorson's. June 27 — St. Joe, starting at 3 p.m. at Stanley Klein's. Mrs Paul Potratz. He is on a ten day leave from Hurlburt Air Force Base, Florida. He 1 also attended the funeral of Pete Elbert. - Special/3C Wayne Boettcher, son of Mr and Mrs Fred Boettcher, is scheduled to leave for Germany, this month as a part of Operation Gyroscope, the army's unit rotation plan. He i.s a member of _the 532nd Field now stationed at Fort Sill, Okla., Artillery Observation Battalion, which will replace the 529th Field Artillery Battalion in Germany. He was assigned to the Battalion's Btittery C. Boettcher entered the army in March, 1955 and completed his basic training at Fort Chaff ee, Ark. Mr and Mrs Frank Dogotch retired from the farm and moved to their home in West Bend recently. Their son and family, Mr and Mrs Frank Dogotch Jr. will' occupy the farm vacated by them. Mrs Leonard Elbert and sons left Saturday for Harrisburg, Penn., where she will visit with her parents for several weeks. LuVerne Man's Brother Dies In Salt Lake City Paul Blumer, LuVerne, received word May 28 that his brother, John M. Blumer, 81, passed away that afternoon iri Salt Lake City, Utah,'after a lingering illness. Mrs Blumer came to this vicinity with his parents, the late Mr and Mrs John Blumer in 1880 and grew to manhood here. He was employed by the government land service in Utah for years be fore retirement. He is survived by his wife and three brothers, Paul Blumer, LuVerne, William Blumer, Minneapolis and Hbnry Blumer, Knapp, Wis. He was preceded in death by hisjnirents, one brother, and one sister. 20 Nidas Dermand GolfTitlist Nidas Dermand won the Independent Golf Tournament at the Johns Hopkins University at Baltimore. This is Nidas' first year at the university. He is majoring in law. He will arrive Tuesday to spend the summer with his parents, Mr and Mrs Alex Dermand. The three primary colors are red, yellow and blue. Mr and Mrs Roy Kliegl. Whittemore, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Shirley, ' above, Wednesday, June 20, to Charles J. Berte, son of Mr and Mrs Nick Berte, Irvington. The wedding will take place at St. Michael's Catholic church of Whittemore. Attend Wedding Dorothy Hagg and Merna Latch of Spencer attended the wedding Sunday evening at Ruthven of Sharon Hynes and Robert Krile of Spencer. The young women were classmates :|t Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. At Rally Day Nineteen members of th e Cresco Chums 4-H club attended Rally Day held on May 26 at Swea City. Eunice Gade was elected county vice president. Hagne. Skiesvald, the main spe'aker was a guest for picnic lunch. Jeanne Ann Frideres and Ann Smith sang in the county chorus. Wedding Saturday Third banns of marriage were pronounced Sunday morning at St. Cecelia's Catholic churlin for James Cogley and Esther Gibson of Seymour, Mo, The wedding will take pftee Saturday morniftg in the church, the' ftetf; P. P. Gearen officiating. dsbofn * O^heim MuptiaU Dorothy Anrt dsbofn, Stewartville, Minn., became the bride of Stanley Opheirn, son of Severin dpheim, Whittemore, in a ceremony performed in the Stewartville Methodist church, Sunday, May 27. Rev. Lloyd W. Osborn officiated. The bride was given in, marriage by her father, Roy Osborn. She wore a white a .gold street- len|th dress and carried a corsage of red roses. Maid of honor was Lucile Osborn, sister of the bride, and best man was Glenn Ophenn, Cylinder, brother of, the bridegroom. ' A reception was held at the bride's parents' home. The newlyweds will live on a farm near Whittemore. » Pre-Nuptial Shower Mrs Ed Hagg and Mrs Harry Skogstrom gave a shower Saturday afternoon for -Carol Collins, whose marriage lo Floyd Hulzell wil take place Sunday afternoon in the Methodist church. Those in attendance were Mrs Games Ackerman. Mrs Esther Benson, Mrs Wesley Bartlett, Mrs Hattie Burlingame, Evelyn Cady, Mrs Perry Collins, Mrs Ethel Gilles, Mrs' John Hayes, Mrs Lawrence Hutzell, Mrs Roy Hutzell, Mrs Marie Hawcott, Bess Hopkins, Dorothy Hagg, Lenore Hagg, Mrs Clinton Lighter. Mrs Leonard Malueg, Mrs Rose Potter Mrs Adrian Sterling, and Mrs Joe Tschetter. Contests furnished the amusement and prizes were won by Mrs Lawrence Hutzell and Mrs Tschetter. Those who were unable to be present were Mrs D. H. Carver. Mrs C. H. Clement, Mrs C. L. Livingston, Mrs Hugh'Post and Myrtle Turnbaugh. U. S. Senator Alben Barkley of Kentucky, former vice-president, graduated from the University of Virginia in 1902. Here It Is! Graham's Almost Unbelievable Annual Meeting The annual meeting of members of the Congregational church will be held Thursday, June 7, and dinner.will be served at 6:30 o'clock by women of the Fellowship. • W.S.C.S. Luncheon The Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet Thursday, June 7, for a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs Walter Schildknechl and Mrs N. F. Chapman are chairman and cochairman. The lesson theme is "Measuring Our Growth." Fortieth Anniversary The fortieth wedding anniversary of Dr. and Mrs T. M. Ros.s- ing, Bode,'will be observed with an open house there this Sunday, June 10. Dr. and Mrs Rossing will greet friends and neighbors from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. during the day of the observance. Attend Anniversary Mr and Mrs L. E. Hovey and David drove to Sandstone, Minn., a week ago Sunday to attend the silver wedding anniversary of Mrs Hovey's brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs Theodore Eastman. Entertains Teachers Mrs John Claude entertained at a ( luncheon last week Tuesday and had as guests Mary Ann Simmons, Leona Smith and Frances Eason, teachers at Third Ward school to whom the Claude children had gone the past year Mrs James Potter was also a guest. Monthly Luncheon Women of St. Cecelia's Catholic church will serve the monthly luncheon Thursday, June 7 from 11:30 till 1:15 o'clock. Mrs Nick Fisch and Mrs Leo Thilges are chairman and co-chairman. The menu will be baked Virginia ham, potato salad, rolls, relish d'ish, fresh frozen peas, homemade pies, coffee ana milk. Farewell Courtesy A family farewell picnic was held Sunday at Mr and Mrs Ray Cook's fur Mr and Mrs William Allen, who are leaving Thursday to make their homo in California. Others in attendance were Mr and Mrs Richard Cook of Mason City, Orville Bjt-lland of Clarion, Duane Gebkin, of Burl, Mr and Mrs William Bestenlohner, Mr and Mrs Dick Allen, Mr and Mrs Jim Allen and Jack, Mrs Esther Benson and Mrs Nellie Van Allen. 39th Anniversary Mr and Mrs Alfred Heniun will observe their thirty-ninth wedding anniversary June 10 at the home of their .son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs R. W. Wi-lp at Fonda. Others in attendance: will be the sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Pat Bradley, of Burt, Mr and Mrs Minn l.im- berg of Buffalo Center, and Mr and Mrs L. E. Courtney and the respective families . The actual date of the Semon's wedding wy,-~ June G but for convenience-, the anniversary is being celebrated on Sunday. , JINE FOR FATHER'S DAY - WE SAY SPORT SHIRTS '•,. $1.69 to $2.95 In the latest machine washable colors and fabrics. , Sizes 14'/2 to the huge 20's. LEISURE PANTS- $2.98 up Don't bag or sag! Try 'em and you'll brag! BARBECUEGRILLS $2.95 FISHING RODS & RiELS At Tremendous Savings On Nationally Advertised Brands. ' RQNSQN iliCTRIC SHAVERS Nationally Advertised at $22.50. m M M M Complete with cord in handsome I ££ 4>p»°it cowhide case. Factory Guarantee. " """-•' " " • ' * DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE V &\ ffft A Special Purchase Brings You Summer's Cool "Fashion Favorites" At A PRICE SO LOW You Must See These Dresses To Believe It! ON SALE BEGINNING WEDNESDAY ON GRAHAM'S APPAREL BALCONY PUCKER NYLONS! PRINTED PONGEES! PRINTED DACRONS! SHEER BEMBERGS! NYLON & CHROMSPUNSI BEMBERG PRINTS! (jraham s UNBELIEVABLE is the word for this Graham Dress You can't believe such dresses — the very height of cool summer fashion — can be sold for this price! All of them DIRECT-TO-US from n leading dress maker ... in one great special purchase. Lovely, figure-flattering "ncw-thru-sum- mer" frocks in cool, sheer miracle fabrics . . . soft colors and breezy prints you,love to wear. Plenty of styles and plenty of stunning dresses lo go around — so come to Graham's and do some real "dress picking!" SIZES 12 TO 20 SIZES 14'j TO 24'z Sale I

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