Livermore Girl Bride of St. Joe Man, October 1 Livermore—Miss Jean Monsori, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Monson of Livermore, was united in marriage to Robert Tliul, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Thul of St. Joe. The double ring ceremony was performed by Father P. M. Strum at 9:30 a.m., Monday, Oct. 1st. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a wait/; length white net dross over satin with long ta):>e lace sleeves and a fitted bodice and trimmed with sequins. She wore a finger tip veil held in place with a tier of seeded pearls. She carried a corsage of red roses. Miss Verma Manson, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Roger Thul, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were Joe Cayou and George Berte, friends of the groom. During the ceremony Mrs Claude Laurence of Webster City, sang. Mrs Tom McKenna was organist. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to 60 relatives and friends including Father P. M .Sturm and Father Schumacher of St. Joe. About 100 relatives and friends were entertained at a reception in the afternoon. Those in charge of the kitchen were Mrs Tom McKenna, Mrs George Foth, Mrs Genevieve Weydert, Mrs Johanna Smith and Mrs Frank Cox. Mrs Gerald Heim of Humboldt cut the wedding cake. Mr Richard Marso, sister of the bride and Mrs Sylvester Fuhrmann, cousin of the groom, poured. Following the reception the newly married couple went on a trip to the OZarks. Both the bride and bridegroom are graduates of the Livermore High school in the Class of 1953. The bridegroom recently received his discharge from army service. He has been employed on his uncle's farm. The bride has been employed in Humboldt. They will make their home on a farm near Algona after November 1st. Weds In Washington Friday, Sept. 7th the Foundry Methodist Church of Washington, D. C. was the setting for the wedding ceremony of Lois Beatrice Wilson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Wilson of Livermore and Randall Moore of Fayette, Ala. The Rev. Theodore H. Talmquist officiated at the double ring ceremony. Sue Wilson was her sister's maid of honor. Jim Berthay, friend of the bride and groom, was best man. Following a trip, they will make their home in Washington, D. C. Both are employed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Washington, D. C. Hostesses At- Show** The following ladies entertained at a miscellaneous shower at the Legion Hall Sunday afternoon in honor of Kathryn Beardsley, who was married to Joe Cayou Saturday Oct. 13. Mrs J. C. Kelly, Mrs Guy Roney, Mrs Harold Frederick, Mrs Howard Barton, Lena Altman, Mary Colwell, Mrs Milton Bergum, Mrs Albert Bordwell, Mrs Karsen Kvitli, Mrs Forbus Stiltz, Mrs Harry Clark, Mrs Harold Dolder, Mrs Ernest Logue, Mrs Richard Sawyer and Mrs Harry Rutz. A mock wedding was put on. Mrs Everett Andersen was the pianist. Those taking part were Gary Schultz, the bride, Hugh Mackintosh, the groom, Buford Hollinger, the bridesmaid, Keith Smith, the best man, Delmar Smith, the candlelighter, Mike Stoddard, the minister, Steve Bergum, the father, Steve Armstrong, ring bearer and Timmy Colwell, the flower girl, Tommy Colwell, soloist. Born on October 10th to Mr and Mrs Charles Hohn at Portland, Ore., a daughter. Mrs Hohn is the former Helen Beardsley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs R. W. Beardsley of Livermore. The Hohns have an older son. Mrs Frances Blasen of White Lake, S. D. and Mrs George Lenertz were Tuecady afternoon visitors with Mrs Louise Thul in St. Joe. A son was born Friday evening Oct. 5th to Mr and Mrs Alyin Berte at the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. The Berles now have three sons and three daughters. Mrs Berte is the former Mary Newton, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dwight Newton of Fort Dodge and Mr Berte is the son 01 Mrs Anna Berte of Livermore and the late Charley Berte. Mr and Mrs Rasmus Olson were Sunday evening supper guests at the Lee Riche home in Wesley. Mr and Mrs Howard Bormann of Algona visited Sunday with her mother, Mrs Genevieve Weydert and Mrs Bormann attended the miscellaneous shower at the Legion Hall Sunday afternoon in honor of Kathryn Benrdsloy who was married to Joe Cayou at Sacred Heart church. Mrs Harry Lenz also of Algona at-' tended the shower. Mrs Mary Weyer, who recently fell and broke her arm is at the home of her daughter, Mrs Frank Zeimet at West Bend. Mr and Mrs James Hughes attended the band festival in Algona and visited at the home of their daughter, Mrs Harold Hunt and family. Banns of marriage was announced at Sacred Heart Church Sunday morning for the approaching marriage of Kathryn Beardsloy, daughter of Dr. and Mrs R. W. Beardsley and Joe Cayou ,son of Mr and Mrs O. J. Cayou of Tucson, Ariz., formerly of Livermore. The marriage took place Saturday, Oct. 13th. Father P. M. Sturm performing the ceremony. Alliteration is the recurrence of the same letter at the beginning of several words in a sentence. Tuesday, October 16, 1956 Algona (fa.) Upper D«$ M«!n«-f Hands & Arms Burned In A Field Fire St. Benedict — George Roedor had the misfortune of getting two fingers on one hand, and one on the other, also both arms burned, the right more badly while trying to extinguish a fire which started in his picker. About five acres of coin were burned. There was M strong south wind and damncr <->"iild have been much more extensive. The fire happened Friday, Oct. 12. With the help nf neighbors and the- Wesley Fire Department the fire was quickly --nbrl'inrt. George was alone in the field and it was quite im- nossiblt! for one to battle it. Graveside Rites Graveside services were held in the St. Benedict cemetery for Joseph .H. Hanig, 56, of Ackley, husband of the former Helen Arndorfer. Church services were in Ackley. Joe had been in tailing health the past few years and succumbed to his illness, Oct. 9 and burial was October 11. rteiativcs gathered at the Philip Arndorfer residence after the services. Mrs Philip Arndorfer took Jane to visit Ellen and Vicki Siemer Friday afternoon. She will return with the Siemers Sunday. The Bernard Capesius family will spend the day at the Arndorfer home, too. On Oct. 10 an 8'/2 lb. girl arrived at the Bob Mayer home. They have twins, Billie and Barbara. Rose Marie Kunkel is caring for the household duties while Bernie is gone. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT WINTER SNOW, WITH SLUSH AND ICE ARE JUST AHEAD! LOOK AT THIS Firestone SPECIAL PAIR OF FIRESTONE Town & Country NEW TREAD SNOW With The Purchase Of FIRESTONE "500" TUBELESS (Your Old, Recappable Tires In Exchange Plus Tax) HERE IS AN UNPARALLELED OFFER - BE SURE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT NOW'. You can have Firestone "Town & Country" New Tread SNOW TIRES on the rear of your car.. . 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