1-AIgona (la.) Upper DM Thursday, July 21, 1966 Maxine Meyer, Fenton, Bride, July 9, Bancroft St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft was the setting at 10:00 a.m., July 9, for the marriage of Maxine Ruth Meyer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer, Fenton, to James Frances An- tolne, son of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Antolne, Bancroft. Reverend Father Maurice Krause officiated at the double ring ceremony In the presence of relatives and friends. Organist was Mrs. Lawrence Govern. Ruth Ann Harpenau, Minneapolis, was maid of honor and Joanlta Meyer, sister of the bride served as bridesmaid. Richard Meyer, brother of the bride was bestman and Thomas Antolne, brother of the groom, was groomsman. The bride wore a gown of nylon organza with scoop neckline and empire waist with an a-line skirt. The gown had four tiers of sculptured Alencon lace embroidered to it, with elbow length sleeves. The train was chapel length and detachable. The yell was held in place by a crown of Alencon lace petals and seed pearls. She carried bouquet of white roses and white linen and a lace handkerchief. The wedding receptionwasheld immediatley after the ceremony at the church with about 200 in attendance. After a wedding trip to Banff National Park, Canada, the couple will be at home in Madelia, Minn. The bride graduated from St. John's high school and then attended Briar Cliff College in Sioux City. For the past two years she has been teaching at Stillwater, Minn., and will now teach at Madelia, Minn. Mr. Antolne attended St. John's high and then graduated from Iowa State University and has just completed serving two years as a commissioned officer in the Army Corps of Artillery. He is presently employed by International Minerals and Chemical at Welcome, Minn. Four Chicago Children Are Guests, Ottosen OTTOSEN - Four children from Chicago from the Friendly Town project sponsored by the University Lutheran church at Ames are in local homes. Rev. and Mrs. Robert J. Le Mont and family have Herbert Hernandes back with them again this year. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Klnseth and family have a girl, Robin Strong, and a boy, Anthony Lane, at their home for the two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson and family have a girl Gladys Lopez. - o - Mrs. Claries Welter of Mar- shalitown was honored at a bridal shower at the Lutheran church parlors Saturday night. She was the former Marlys Larson of Bode. Mrs. Albert Thorsen announced the program, Introducing the bride, who in turn Introduced her mother, Mrs. Gor- don Larson of Bode, and her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Lelth, also her husband's mother, Mrs. Charles Welter and her husband's grandmother, Mrs. Lisa Thorsen. All these persons were given lovely garden corsages. Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark read devotions. "Blessed be the Tie that Binds" was sung by those attending. Mrs. John Montag presented a "Paris Style Show with the following models: Patty Jacobson, Debbie Telford, Marsha Kinseth, Krtstie Struthers, Debbie Jones, Holly Thompson and Virginia Struthers. Helping her with gifts were Mrs. Edward Malniln, Mrs. Margaret Him rod, Carrie Jacobson and Diane Telford. Hostesses were Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Margaret Holt, Mrs. Cletis Hundertmark, Mrs. Ralph Struthers, Mrs. Howard Hellickson, Mrs. Knut Oppedahl, Mrs. John Montag and Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark of West Bend and Mrs. Emil Welter of Bode. - o - Mr. and Mrs. James Banwart and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fehr, of West Bend attended the wedding of Shirely Koehl and Dennis Kellenberger at Hancock, Minn., Sunday. Bradley, Jayne and Rhonda Banwart returned to their homes after visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Koehl, at Hancock for two weeks. Mrs. Essie Cooper visited her sister, Mrs. Mary Hansen, at the rest home at Spirit Lake Saturday. Mrs. Cooper was an overnight guest at the Robert Hansen home near Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Johnson of Boone were Sunday visitors at the Loren Daniels. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe of Lu Verne and Mrs. Eunice Meyer of Adelwere Friday night visitors at the home of Mrs. W. G. Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson were Thursday coffee guests at the Sidney Lothian home at Gilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Anderson of Gilmore City were Thursday night visitors at the Merle Halsruds. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyer and daughters of Rutland, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and Elden were Sunday dinner guests at the Victor Meyer's Mrs. Oscar Williams went to Mollne, HI., Sunday to spend a few days with her son, Steve. Dean Brockman and Nicky of Echo, Minn., Jeanne, Julie and Clay Pflibsen of Bode were Sunday morning callers at the Earl Olsons. Chad Cooper of Traer and Kathy Williams spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Merle Opheim at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pentlco were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Niewald at Emmetsburg. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hlldebrand and Mrs. Elizabeth Calentine. Mr. and Mrs. Berkley Wilson of Indlanola were Tuesday visitors at the Arthur Petersen home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Week- worth, Mesa, Ariz., were Saturday and overnite guests here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, leaving Sunday for a visit with relatives and friends in Minn., their former home. Mr. and Mrs. Weckworth are operators of the Cibola Trailer Court where John Wagner son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, lives. Knights of Columbus and C. D. A, family picnic was held Sunday on St. Joseph's Parish grounds with 200 young and old attending. A picnic dinner was held at noon with a social afternoon spent with games and visiting. Mary Reding received the attendance prize with Mrs. John Capesius and Mrs. Don Reding receiving high and second high in five hundered. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas were Sunday callers at the home of a nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kohlhaas and family, Burt. McGuire Family Reunion Held, St. Joe, Sunday ST. JOE - A McGuire family reunion and gathering was held Sunday here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire, with over 80 in attendance. Sister M. Adeline, Mary of the Angels, Dubuque, Brother Donald, St. Benedicts, Atchison, Kans. and Mrs. Jay Nemo and family Gut- tengerg, attending from a distance. Mr. and Mrs. McGuire are parents of 4 daughters and 10 sons and have 50 grandchildren. - o George Thomas McGuire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McGuire, born July 1, was baptized Saturday in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. BUDGET ESTIMATE School District NOTICE: — The Board of Directors of Burt Community School District. Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet August 1, 1960, at 8 P.M., at Schoolhouse. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning July 1, 1966. and ending June 30, 1067. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearing. Mrs. O. H. Graham, District Secretary 1 2 I Expenditures For Year General TotaliSO: General Fund. bonus ana Bouas and .IntBrfgl, -ram. All Purposes >, 0 3 § $176,743 "S.^3 i8.a?a $195,321 Distribution II ^'28 >, 01 •3 § 187.880 187,880 18.119 $206.996 219.85C 219.85( 18.00C $237,89 p i 3g£ w = ,3 a w SSl2 34,979 34,979 $34,979 1. &.S 184,875 184,875 18,000 $202,875 T«bl« No. 1 of General Fund expenditure* Expenditures For Year 1964-1969 1065-1966 Administration Instruction Transportation fixed Charges Operation & Maint. Community Services Capital Outlay Fed. - Title 1 Total Same as General Fund above 14,445.13 110,757.29 8,081.64 11,075.63 23,904.36 634.40 7,835.13 176,743.58 14.750.56 118.377.75 8.855.80 10.971.24 21.446.32 1,025.11 4.823.65 7,629.68 187,880.11 Proposed Expenditures 1966-1967 15,900 131.575 8.925 11.705 22.770 2,275 12,600 14,100 219.890 Table No. 2 Distribution of General Fund Receipts Other Than Receipts Other Than Taxation 1964-1965 1965-1966 General State Aid 8,689.71 Transportation State Aid 2,476.11 Special Education Aid 891.82 Federal Aid 121.27 Semi-Annual Apport'mt 753.27 Military Ser. Tax Credit Trailer Tax Tuition 5,564.84 Transportation 72.00 Other Receipts 2,438.12 TOTALS 21,007.64 Secretary's balance July 1, 1966. 14,363.16 2,522.37 10,754.00 686.79 5.556.16 626.80 34,509.22 Taxation Estimated Receipts 1966-1967 14,250 2.500 1,250 14,775 700 800 200 500 34,975 HEREBV GIVER PURVEYORS OF FINE MERCHANDISE WILL STAGE THEIR ANNUAL SUMMER CLEARANCE in./ SALE COMMENCES THURSDAY, JULY 21 I! > 'fi-A ALL MERCHANDISE FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK — NOTHING BROUGHT IN SPECIAL FOR THIS SALE! STRAW HATS '/s OFF Short Sleeve Sport Shirtsh WERI ~ NOW _ '3.00 '4.0Q '5.00 '5.95 $ $ $ $ SUMMER WEIGHT SPORT SUMMER SLACKS OUUU • • • • • '9.95 '10.95 '8.1 '14.95 Sweaters ODD SIZES 50% Off Bermuda Shorts !/3 OFF MEN'S SUMMER SUITS Values From $49.60 Values From $55.00 Values To $65.00 .. $, BERMUDA IENOTH SUMMER PAJAMAS Cotton or ! Dacron & Cotton 20% Off BOYS Lightweight JACKETS BROKEN SIZES BUY NOW FOR BACK TO SCHOOL V* OFF BOYS Bermudas BROKEN SIZES Vs OFF BOYS SHORT SLEEVED SPORT SHIRTS AND KNIT SHIRTS 30% Off BOYS ' SWIM SUITS !/2 OFF DON'T WAIT — TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE TRULY FINE SAVINGS NOW! QUALITY MENS & BOYS CLOTHING ENDER QUALITY iENS & BOYS CLOTHING NUMBER OF PERSONS OF SCHOOL AGE 428 X 400 - $171.200.
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