Jm 19,1«6 HHmma ®toper jHoinesi Algona Artist In U. S. Air Force Wins Acclaim PHONE 1100 - YOUR NEWSPAPER For big- league thirsts- the real thirst quencher! Seven-l/pf Joyce Pingel, Ledyard, Weds Elmore Man Ledyard— On Friday evening. May 25, a miscellaneous shower was held in the E. and R. Church honoring Joyce Pingel, who was married on June 9th to Wayne Risk of Elmore. Mrs Kenneth Busch was In charge of the program, who irt-> troduced in poetry the following program: Reading, "Down on the Farm", Shirley Miller; Song, "A Little Farmer" by Douglas Pingel: Reading, "Young Sweethearts" by Mrs Dan Knedler; See your contractor or supplier for the ' estimate. See us for the cash! HOME FEDERAL Savings & Loan Ass'n. 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This coupon is non-transferable, non -assignable and good only en brands specified. We will not honor redemption through outside agencies, brokers, or others who are not retail distributors of our merchandise, ond coupons will be void when so presented. Any soles tax must be paid by customer. Void in any place where its use is ? rohibited. taxed or restricted by law. Cash value /20 of If. lever Brothers Company, 390 Pork Ave., New York, N. Y. Duet. "Some Saturday Night", Mrs Oot Pingel and Mrs Roger Meyer: Reading, "Old Sweet hearts" by Audrey Loucks; Son^. "Memories" by Gloria Pinge] and Carol in Busch; Reading, "The Why's, they wonder and Where 0 " Mrs Melivn Busch; Mrs Kenneth Busch closed the program with a reading, "June Brides." The farm theme was carried out with a home made farmal! tractor and with favors as trailer nut cups. Gifts were opened by Joyce with Mrs James Moore assisting. Lunch was served , by the hostesses. Harold Wood of Granada and his son Don of Tampa, Florida ;md his twin sons Stanley and Steve, were dinner guests at. the D. A. Carpenter home on Thursday evening. . • • Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder left on Thursday for Fort Polk, La., where he is stationed. They planned to visit relatives in Missouri on the way. Mrs W. E. Wiemer and her aunt, Mrs Ella McKnight visited Mrs Wiemer's father, E. E. Williams at Friendship Haven in Ft, Dodge on Wednesday. Sunday a family gathering was held at the Ubbe Winters home in Buffalo Center honoring Mrs Frank Lilyard and daughter Corrine who have been visiting here at the parental Ray Wentworth home while her husband is in school in Washington. They have been stationed in Hawaii but when he completes this further- training thdy will leave about the middle of June for Stockholm, Sweden, where they will be stationed for three years. Those attending from here were Mr and Mrs Ray Wentworth and Melvin, Mrs Lilyard and Corrine, Mr and Mrs Delbert Wentworth and son, and Mr and rMs Harold Wentworth and family. Tuesday evening a post nuptial shower was held in the E. and R. Church honoring Mrs Ronald Schroeder. The following program was given: Solo, Ann Carpenter, accompanied by Mrs Carpenter, Reading, Mrs Albert Lqoft; Cornet solo, Karen Schroeder; Readings by Mrs George Thompson; Solo, "Always" by Mrs Kenneth Busch accompanied by Mrs O. Brandt. The bride was assisted in opening her gifts by her sitter Carol and the groom's sis- Uers Kafren, Barbara an,d .Mrs, Wayne Gade. Lu'rtc'h was served by the hostesses carrying out the brides colors of pink and blue. Work was commenced this week on the building of the new E. and R. Church. Men of the congregation are assisting .with the work. The E. and R. Guild met at the church on Thursday afternoon with Mrs Kenneth Busch More Pictures of West Bend Centennial Parade SATURDAY NIGHT BATH PONIES POPULAR and Mrs Melvin Busch as hostesses. Mrs Art Runksmeier was in charge of the following program: Birthday hymns for Mrs Art and Mrs Alfred Kramers- meier, Reading by Mrs Art Runksmeier, Scripture and Prayer by Mrs Soren Pedersen, Birthday hymns for Mrs Aubrey Waterhouse and Mrs Henry Selberg and Mrs John Vocon,-Solo 'by Caroline Busch. The primary classes of Mrs MacKinnon and Marilyn Kramersmeier sang a group of songs, a saxaphone solo was given by Ruth Ploeger and a reading by Mrs Art Runks- meier. Waft, woof and weft are all terms used in the weaving industry. BIG 1O cu. ft. Admiral FREEZER NOW X:...: Model 10U45 •ig-Family-Siz« Capacity— Holds 350 Iba. Frozen Food Super-Speed Freeiing— all 4 shelves ,|oad« of Refrigerant Tubing! i ."Circvlotina Cold Air" Design insures Cooling on all sides of food packages T«k*» No More Floor Space Than a 9 <u, ft. Whittemore Man, Cylinder Girl, Wed June 10th Whiltemore—St. Luke's Lutheran church in Fairvllle Was the setting of a pretty wedding Sunday afternoon, June 10 at 2:30, Rev. A. C. Krueger officiating at the double ring ceremony, which united June Ann Schmeling of Emmetsburg, daughter of Mr and Mrs Erwin Schmeling of Cylinder, and James Schultz, son of Mrs Ruth Schultz of Whittemore. The bride was attractive in'a white nylon illusion net full skirt and lace bodice and long sleeves tapered at the wrists. Her fingertip veil was of imported illusion lace which was held in place by a headpiece of sesd pearls and sequins. Her jewelry was three strands of pearls and drop pearl earrings. She carried an arm bouquet of red roses. Yvonne Schmeling, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Janice Schultz, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. Charles Schultz attended his brother us best man, and Delbert Wichtendahl, cousin of the bridegroom, acted as groomsman. Laol Pettit was the organist, and accompanied Alvina Miller who sang several selection. Warren Schmeling, brother of the bride, and Norman Schultz, brother of the bridegroom, were ushers. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors for 150 guests. Mary Schmeling, sister of the bride, was in charge of the guest book ;md Mrs Gilbert Saxton, cousin of the bride, cut the cake. Mrs Norman Schultz and Mrs Forrest Witcher, sister of the bride, poured. Eleanor Elbert and Betty Klbert of Emmetsburg were in charge of the gifts. Table waitresses were Elainu Uierstedt, Whittemore; Charlotte B r a m 1 e y, Emmetsburg, Evelyn Cody, Cylinder, and Ruth Wegunt-r of Emmetsburg. The bridegroom attended St. Paul's Lutheran parochial school through the eighth grade and graduated with the class of 1954 in the Whittemore Public High School. He is employed with Woodrow Russell in excavating work. The bride graduated with the class of 1953, and has been employed as deputy city clerk in Emmetsburg. Following a short wedding the couple will live in the Mammie Kuecke home. ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Phon* 52 1417 Commercial St. Call Attention To Vets Tax Change Several vital changes in the military tax exemption set-up, made by the 56th General Assembly of Iowa, and overlooked by some veterans to date, were .stressed this week by County Assessor Leo Imrnerfall. A complete run-down on military tax exemptions, which must be tiled on or before July 1 with the county assessor, appeared in the June 12 copy of the Upper Des Moines. All veterans should check it for aJl pertinent information. It was back in 1900 that Carrie Nation, anti-saloon agitator, began raiding bars with a hatchet. Decorates Day Room Wall With Oil Paintings When members of the (504th Communications Squadron of the U.S. .Air Force enter their clay room, ' in Ramstein, Germany, they hnve every reason to know about Algona, Iowa. A/3C Kenneth'Fox, son of Mr and Mrs Charles Fox of Algona, has just completed a painting that covers the entire wall of the day room depicting six life-like scenes framed together and tied with authentic Roman pillars, such as were used in Caesar's time. The gigantic wall - sized painting required six months of off-duty time to complete. During duty hours. Artist Fox is the Squadron's draftsman. Kenny has been at the Rams- tern base since June 30, 1955. Paints From Photos He used photos as his original model for his oil paintings, and the final results as recounted in a special story in the Air Force base paper, say that the viewer has the illusion of actually being in the scene. One tall scene of a Venice canal is so perfect in details and color, that one expects gondolas to move around the bend in the canal and disappear from sight. At the left of the picture, there are two little boys with curiosity written all over their faces. They look right at the viewer. The employment of little details such as this gives the painting its breath of life, the Ait Force paper says. Fox has always liked to draw. Even when he was a lad of three, drawing seemed to come natural to him. When he entered St. Cecelia's Academy in Algona, he also enrolled in a private school of art, and after his regular studies he had another long daily session at the art school. He graduated from St. Cecelia's in 1954, and immediately entered the service. '^ Since his duties do not permit extensive. travel, for extended, periods, he practices by copying pictures and post cards. He paints portraits from pictures. When not painting, he enjoys good music and dramatics. In a year his service will be completed and he intends to go to a good university with an excellent art course, and will also study dramatics and music in a serious way. Has Future Plans Kenny is saving his leave time, and before he' rotates home, plans to visit the Italian and French art centers and museums. "I don't want to dash down and take a quick look," he explains. "I want the time to sit there and absorb the feeling the masters put i.nto their work and study the use of color and technique." The 604th Squadron, to which he is attached, is know as "The Squadron of Champions", in the past based chiefly on athletic prowess. Kenny, however, is adding another championship —. in the field of art. A/3C Kenneth Fox $22,946 County Dependent Aid According to Mrs Helen Huber, head of the county welfare office, Kossuth's total old age assistance, aid to the needy blind and aid to dependent children bill for tlu* month of May amounted to $22,946. Compared with past figures, the total is pretty much in line with previous years. Of the total, 266 old age assistance cases received $16,136.50; six needy blind cases got $463; and 57 cases, involving 212 recipients, got $6,346.50 in Vhe aid to dependent children bracket. Total amount spent In the state for the three types of assistance was $3,296,305 during M»y. Mrs Huber also announced that Mrs Lucille Zerfass resigned from the county welfare board, snd was replaced by Mrs Lloyd Bohannon by appointment of the county supervisors.
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