December 18,19S6 ityper December 18,1956 Traub-Wehrspann Vows, Whittemore, On Dec. 2 Whittemore — St. Paul's Lutheran church in WhiUemore was the setting of tin attractive- wedding Sunday aftornnon, Dec 2, at three o'clock when Mary Lou Traub, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Traub Sr. of Wt.\st Bend, became the brido of Dean Wehrspann, son of Mr and Mr.- Louise 'Wehrspann, of WhiUe- more. Rev. Paul G. Woinhold performed the double ring ceremony. Reuben Butzko presided nt tin organ, and accompanied Marlt-ni Walker, who sang "Whether Thou Goest", and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride was attractive in a floor length gown of chantilly lace over satin. The buffimt skirt was fashioned with tiers of ruffle.":. The lace bodice buttoned down the back and long sleeves tapered to points over the wrists. The portrait neckline was finished •with pearl trimmed scalloped lace. Her fingertip veil was of silk illusion net attached to a chan- tilly and pearl trimmed head piece. She carried an orchid on a while Bible with streamers and stephanotis. Mrs Fred Traub Jr,,. sister-in- law of the bride, was matron of honor. Dennis Wehrspann at- tendf 1 his brother as best man. U.Nhers* wore Duane Vaudt, cousin of the bridegroom, and Paul Wfignar, brother-in-law of the brule. Following-the ceremony a reception, was held in (lie church parlors. Mrs Kenneth Wehrspann oj Alcana was in charge of the guest book. Mrs Paul Wagnei and Mrs George Gpde cut and served tjie cake. Mrs Harold Wehrspann and Mrs Ronald Miller poured. Caroline Banwart oresided at the serving table Table waitresses were Ann Vaudt Marilyn Vaudt, Joyce Sadder and Lucinda Mogler. Dining room host and hostess were Mr and,Mrs Lor en Ga.de. Gifts were opened and arranged by Lola Slruecker, Aylice Buenger, and Marlenc Bonnstetter. A d;30 dinner was sorvod to !he immediate families . at th<Franklin Hotel in West Bend. The Bride attended the West Bend school from which she graduated and has been employed with the M. E. Jones and Sons hardware. The bridegroom attended St. Paul's Lutheran school and graduated from Whittemore High School and has been employed with the Tri County Drying Plant. Upon their return from a honeymoon they will live in Whitletnore where they will be at home. Relatives and friends who attended the wedding and reception were from We<t Bend, Whittemore, Algona, Oltosen, Fentnn. Livermore. Irvington, Burl, Rodman, LuVerne and Pulaski. NNEY DEER The deer season has brought worries to the Paul Nicolai family of near Hancock. Last summer Mr Nicolai rescued two fawn, just as they were about to be run over by a sickle blade, pnd thev've become attached to the family and "won't go away. Shopping Days Till XMAS Last Minute Gift Suggestions Fresh, Attractive COTTON PRINT HOUSE DRESSES COMPLETELY WASHABLE 'BATIK' PRINT PERCALE 979 A blaze of color . . . India influenced . . . and fashioned into a beautiful Penney BrontwoodI Better for style, better for fabric, better for your budget! 80 square cotton takes to the washing machine, irons easily, keeps its crisp, fresh look. 9-17 12-20. Woven Corded COTTON CHAMBRAY! 2 Better for your budget! . . . the tiny price Sou pay for Penney's rentwood remains the same and the value goes on and on for youl This one's In a "textured fabric that's merceriied, preshrunk. and machine washable. Candy striped for your holiday mood in grey, fit-r *nn *ic br own, blue or red $17 • $20 - $25 and white. Sizes UVi to 24 »/2. Your GIFTS Can Be Exchanged in Any Penney Store 3.98 LADIES' WOOL WINTER COATS REDUCED Sites 8-16 79 LADIES' CHENILLE ROBES. Solids & Checks, sizes 8-42 - MEN'S OPERA SLIPPERS - 3.98 ELASTIC SIDE SLIPPERS 4.98 GIRLS' CORD SKIRTS Sizes 3-6X 2. "PAY-DAY" OVERALLS Low and High Back — 30-50 2.98 MEN'S DRESSY DESIGN SPORTSHIRTS, Sizes S-M-L-XL 2. LADIES' STRETCHABLE NYLON HOSE — Sizes N. M. L. 98e GIRLS' WOOL COATS Sizes 3-6X — Reduced To Clear Sizes 7-14 12.00 MEN'S COTTON FLANNEL PAJAMAS, Sizes 36-48 3.49 CHOCOLATE-COVERED CHERRIES 2—1 Lb. Boxes, milk or dark choc. _. MEN'S LEATHER GLOVES Fur Lined — Sizes 8'/?-ll ___ I. 3.98 GIVE HIM A TOWNCRAFT TIE FOR CHRISTMAS I. MEN'S STRETCHABLE NYLON SOX — Sizes S-M-L 69c WAVY LINE CHENILLE BED SPREADS, twin & full size ____ CANNON TOWELS, Domino & gold 0Q. stripes. Face— 59c; Wash— 27c; Bath— «IOC MEN'S WHITE & COLORED DRESS SHIRTS sizes 14-17 32-35 2.98 STRIPED CHENILLE ROBES Sizes 12-18 — Washable 4.98 BOYS' SLEEVELESS ORLON SWEATERS — Sizes 6-18 .. 2.98 MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS Sanforized, sizes S-M-L. .. I. FLORAL DESIGN CHENILLE BEDSPREADS, Twin and full - 9.98 LADIES' NYLON - DACRON SLIPS Proportioned Sizes 32-44 3.98 DACRON PILLOWS White, Pink, Blue MEN'S BLANKET-LINED JACKETS Sizes 36-50 4.49 r MEN'S ORLON SWEATERS, Sizes S-M-L MEN'S LEATHER BILLFOLDS 3.00 MEN'S WOHKSUITS Sizes 34-46 MEN'S JEANS — 29-46 ________________ 2.19 Open Every Night Till Xmas Eve! Family Night Enjoyed At Doan Church ' Doan — Family Night at the Doan Church was observed on December 9 and enjoyed by all present. The entertainment for the evening was furnished by the young folks, the M.Y.F. members. They gave a Tableau about "Our Church" in the old times long ago and everyone joined in with the singing of the Hymns'. Mrs Ray Cunningham was the very important helper for the young folks in putting on the program for the evening. Rhonda Hammond was home over the weekend and she spent Saturday of that time with friend? at Waverly. Mr and Mrs Herman Funk visited with Mr and Mrs Louis Hanson on Sunday, Dec. 9. They are the parents of Mrs Loui? Hanson. : Mr and Mrs Oscar Hammond and son Monte drove to Ames oh Sunday, December 2 and visited with their son Dan-ell and his wife in the afternoon and evening. ' Mr and Mrs Roger Buffington and family of Kiester, Minn, and Mr arid Mrs Ross Struthers and family of Wesley spent Sunday, Dec. 9, at the home of Mr and Mrs John Miller. Mrs Wrey Hammond of Ames drove up Sunday, Dec. 9 to spend some, time visiting with her sister, Mrs Nancy Hain at the Cliff Hoover home. She returned to Ames on Monday. The Doan Woman's Club had a peiiect attendance at their annual Xmas party at Mrs Dale Struther's on Wednesday evening, Dec. 12. All 16 members were present and also their husbands who were guests for the evening. Mr and Mrs Tom Sampson and children spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Clarence Canaday. Mr Dwight Ruse called at the George Hix home on Thursday. Mr and Mrs Albert Davis were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Cliff Hoover. The Diwis family will be moving to'Storm Lake as he lias a job working at the Moose Hall over there. The women of the Doan Methodist W.S.C.S. were entertained by the Titonka Methodist W.S.C.S. ladies at a Xmas Tea in the Ti- lonka Methodist Church or Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 12. Mr and Mrs Melvin Olson visited at the Cliff Hoover home on the evening of December 9. Mr and Mrs Tom Ellefson were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson in Algona on Dec. 9. In the afternoon they all attended the BB Gun Contest sponsored by the V.F.W.. Mrs Tom Ellcfson's nephew, David Hanselman, U years old, won the trophy for the best shooting. The Doan W.S.C.S. met at the home of Mrs John Miller on Thursday afternoon, Dec. 13. Some Xmas plans were decided upon. The lesson about children was given by Mrs Max Goldman and she read a very interesting child's story. Lunch was served after the meeting. Mr and Mrs Tom Ellefson are going to Rochester Sunday. Mrs Ellefson is going to the Mayo Clinic for physical examination. Mrs Leo Sabin visited with her sister, Mrs Clarence Canaday on Thursday afternoon. California And Florida Beckon Bancroft Folks Bancroft — Mr and Mrs Rudolph Rahe, Larry and Gerald left Saturday, December 8, for California where they plan to spend two weeks with their son, Robert and family. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Menke and Betty left Friday to spend some time sight-seeing and vacationing in Florida. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr spent Tuesday in Osceola, Wis.. with Ah Rifle Teams, Swea City &> Algono i he ehSS'nn n h 4Q Datid Vna1& took I Sr^J-l' inStrUct01 ' the advisory /rL WaS lh ^u SC f ne °l 1 B ' B air 9 un rifle shoot between teams from Algona n, a £ terno °"- The team title was annexed by Algona by a 1485-1207 score. T>^m fl ' 0m Algona and Swea City are shown in Ae above photo. In back, left to P - SOI IT y B ? r g, Richard Johnson, Duane Briggs and Jerry Thompson of to rightl are Kent ^merfall, Elwin Busch, Gary fraylor, WhUe cn d Hanuselma l of Algona won the trophy as high individual as ' Wh ° had " 48 ' ^ b ° YS Ued durin « the sh ° ot -° ff twic °' for ^ e I 00 - 31 £ lub ' w , hile leader Murray is also executive officer. Evvald president IS Curtis Muth and R °S ei< Pa^er and Al Boekelman, are on nin m a ?f mo ,S st . ralio R, of , dead-eye shooting prior to the match pistols. (Upper Des Moines Flashfoto-Engraving) relatives of Mr Dorr. Henry Lampe and daughter Marianne are spending a few days in Cedar Rapids with relatives. Marianne will stay in Cedar Rapids at the Vincent Walsh home for an extended visit. Mr and Mrs Richard Menke and daughters spent the weekend in Ames with their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Thomas Lensing. The Catholic Daughters of America held their Christmas party, Dec. 4 in St. John's Hall'. Bingo was played followed by an exchange of gifts. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Mrs Hattie Smith of Algona soent a few da^s with her sister, Mrs Nellie Lupin. Hungarian Relief Sidney Laird, local executive secretary of» the Kossuth Chapter of the American Red Cross, is urging everyone to send contributions for the Red Cross Hungarian Relief Fund to the Kossuth Red Cross chapter in Algona. This is part of a national drive. Kossuth county's quota is $t>50. BEAVER There's lots of beaver activity reported in Iowa's lakes and rivers. Near Cascade, DOR Coo- hev recently trapped a 55 pound beaver in the Maquoketa river. The beaver measured 43 inches from nose to tail tip. enth...and Nine times before he has stood in his dealer's showroom and accepted the keys to'a new Cadillac car. And yet, as often as he has re-enacted this glorious event, he knows that there is something very special about today. For this is more than a new Cadillac. This is the newest and most advanced Cadillac car ever to find its way from drawing board to production line. And imagine, for just a moment, the many wonderful thrills that await him as he takes the keys and starts off on his first journey home. To begin with, there will be his discovery of Cadillac's brilliant new performance. The car is so smooth and responsive that it will be a revelation. Then, as he takes the sweep of the boulevard, there will be the added thrill of those admiring glances that will come from his fellow motorists. reatest Thrill! And how satisfying it will be to Gnd that Cadillac owners themselves have a special affection for the man who rides in the new "car of cars". And finally, of course, there will be the joy of that wonderful "welcome home" as he turns into the familiar driveway and comes to a silken stop, For a new 1957 Cadillac is the prize of any family , . , and the pride of any neighbor hood 1 * * * * Why not come in soon for a preview of thrilling experience? We have a 1957 Cadillac waiting in our showroom — and we will be happy to give you a personal demonstration at any time. Whether it's to be your first or your second— or your fifth or your tenth Cadillac — you're in for a wonderful surprise! ERNIE WILLIAMS PONTIAC-CADILLAC W. State St. ph«n« 1358 Henry Monfag Of West Bend Died Dec. 10 Henry A. Montag, 76, long-tim? West Bend resident and a retire^ farmer, died of a heart attack about 5:45 p.m. Monday, Dec. 10, at his home. Mr Montag is survived by his wile, Lena, and 16 children: Mrs Peter Schmalen.i Mrs Alfred Wirtz, Francis Montag, John O, Montag and George R. Montog, all of West Bend; the Rev. BerJ nard Montag of Ledyard, Paul Montag of Britt, Mrs Clarence Bauer of Ottosen, Mrs Bennia Allen and Mrs Phillip Allen, both of Gilmove City, Mrs Charles Fabian of Pasadena, Calif., Phillip Montag of Curlew, Sister Thomasette of LaCrosse, Wis., Mrs Homer Bristow of'LuVerne, Martin .Montag , of.. Riverhead, Long .Island: ; N. Y^and Robert Montag of Pendletorr, Ore. - , .' Other survivors:: ihcjiide; seven ' brothers and two'sis'left's: 'Leo,- Al, George,, Ferdinand and Joe Montag and Mrs Regina Bauman, all of West Bend; Adopn of Whittemore, Ed of Sac City, and Sister Lucidia of LaCrosse, Wis. • BURT By Mrs Jessie Rash "• Seven members of the Fortnightly Club went to West Bend recently and spent the time with Mrs W. B. Officer, who is also a member. Attending were Esther Bahling, Elva Boettcher, Ethel Dremmel,' Lefie McMullen, Beth Miller and Jenny Riebhoff, Celia Scott was a guest. Mrs Ella Sigsbee accompanied Mr and Mrs Seib Behrends of Lone Rock to Algona where they visited the Donald Bierstedts. Mr Bierstedt, a grandson of Mrs Sigsbee, will move his family to Carroll the first of the year. Attending the Estherville Concert recently from this community were Mr and Mrs Walter Campney, Mr and Mrs Lance Riebhoff, Mr and Mrs Frank Ryerson, Erna Baars, Ethel Dremmel, Nadine Fortna, Judy Hinckley, Ruth Hodgson, Mrs Meinzer. Jean Noland, Barbara Parsons, Mary Peterson, Lillian Schrader, Mrs K. J. Smith and Marlene Stenzel. Mr and Mrs Roy W. Anderson are spending a week in Washington, D. C., with the son Robert. On Saturday. December 15, they attended the wedding of Miss Jean Rice, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. L. Rice of that place to Robert Anderson, son of the Roy Andersons. The wedding was in the Grace Baptist Church there, Robert, a graduate of Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois, has been with the Naval Research Laboratory the past two years. He is a physicist and is attending the Universitv of Maryland. Mr and Mrs Jay D. Graham accompanied the Roy Andersons to Washington, D. C. where they spent sometime with the son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Paul Bey and family. Mrs Bey is the formar Joyce Graham. Guests at the Art Leason home recently were Mrs Grace Sclunidt, Mr and Mrs Forest Schmidt and three children of Buffalo Center and Lura Sewick of Forest City. Grace Schmidt's birthday was observed. Leonard Daniels will have charge of the Roy Andersons Hardware Store during their absence. Mrs Harold Angus will assist as clerk. The Hurt Lion's Club is sponsoring a contest on Outside Christmas Decoration of Homes. Three prizes wlU be awarded by Judgtt* chosen later.
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