fta.) Upper Des Molne* thurtdoy, Jfo 25, 195? Joan Haupert, Burt> 1$ Bride Of Merlin Aferte Baficfdfi — Miss Joan Haupert, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Haupert, Hurt, became the bride of Merlin Mertz, Son of Mrs Justine Mertz and the late Conrad Mertz, Algona. in a double ring ceremony performed at St. John's Catholic Church at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday morning. July 17th. Father J. H. Schultes performed the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial high mass. Acolytes were Kenneth and William Menke, Anthony and Richard Schilte, cousins of the bride. William Schiltz, Cousin of the bride, accompanied by William Droessler sang, as the bride and groom lit candles at the side altars. Miss Marilyn Haupert, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Miss Patricia Vaske, friend of the bride, was bridesmaid. The groom was attended by James Buscher, Algona, his brother-in-law and Donald Haupert, brother of the bride. Ronald Doerning, Algona and Harold Menke, Ledyard, were ushers. , The bride, given in marriage by his father, wore a gown of hand-clipped imported Chantilly Isce and nylon tulle. The lace bodic? was styled with a Sabrina neckline. The long lace sleeves ended in a bridal point over the hand. The bodice closed with tiny covered buttons at the back. The extremely full floor length Skirt was of nylon tulle over satin and net. It featured four handkerchief points of lace extending into the skirt with en overskirt of foamy nylon tulle. Her fingertip length illusion veil fell from an open plateau o; crystal pleated tulle and was embroidered with seed pearls and sequins. The bride's jewelry was a gold cross and chain worn by her maternal grandmother on her wedding day 12 years ago. She carried a crystal rosary, a gift of the groom. Her bridal bouquet was of red roses and stephanotis. A wedding breakfast for the bridal party was served at the Philip Inman home immediately following the ceremony. A wedding dinner was served to 100 guests in St. John's Hall at noon. The reception was held at the home of the bride's parents in the afternoon. Mrs Eugene Fitzgerald, Armstrong, was in charg" of the guest book and Mrs Philip Inman was in charge of gifts. Mrs Otts Vaske baked and served the 3-tiered wedding cake. Mrs Alfred Menke and Mrs DON'T LOSE YOUR HEAD KEEP COOL IN EMERGENCIES SAVE IT f NOW... When .emergency bills fall on you, no need to lose your head with worry. No, you'll be calm, cool, anj^ujlected with an emergency'*fund here that's earned extra dollars in dividends. It pays to save. Walter Haupert poured. Table waitresses were Mis Annette Rockier, Theresa Heiaf, Florence Meyer, Betty Eich, Donna Deitering, Barbara Zwiefel. Dorothy Droessler and Marilyn Bormann. The couple will be at home at 414 S. Minnesota street in Algona after a wedding,trip north. Mr Mertz, a graduate of West Bend high school, is employed by the Kossuth County ASC. The bride. a 1951 graduate of St. John's School in Bancroft, is employed as a teller at Ihe Security State Bank in Algona. The couple entertained at e wedding dance that evening at the Legion Ballroom. Home Federal Savings & Loan Association ALGONA, IOWA All Deposits Insured To $10,000 Originally Organized 1917 Silver Wedding Honors For George Rickes Wesley — Mr and Mrs George Ricke were honored at a surprise 25th wedding anniversary party Thursday evening, July 11 by the East St. Benedict club members and their husbands. Those who attended were the Herb Arndorf- ers. Leo Ludwigs, Bob Schultz's, Dan Froelichs. Henry Arndorfers, Arnold Arndorfers, Al Rosen- meyers, Wilbur Daley, Dant Fro- elichs Jr., Ben Doerrs, Bob Arn- dorfers, Richard Ludwigs, Jack Ludwigs, Mary Daley, Bud Quinns, all of St. Benedict and Richard Rickes of Algona. The guests brought and served a lunch and presented the honored coilple a TV lamp and a purse of money. Guests in the George Ricke home July 14 in honor of their 35th wedding anniversary were the John Muehes, Leroy Rickes, Richard Rickes, George Goetzs, Ed Welters, of East Dubuque, George Simons of Algona, Walter Bloichs of Algona, Irene Hanig and Arthur Rickes. The party Was arranged-by the George Ricke children and the honored couple were presented a gift. grandmother and Mrs Mary Rowe, and ME and M Wernemont SftT lamily it Mr and Mrs Jim HilfSriJr ceived word of fht deith sister Mrs Ffaftk (Agnes) kins. 51, at Mercy hospital, Mason City, of cancer. They attended the funeral at.Doughterty, low*. She is survived by «he daulnitir, one son, two sisters and TtfFee brothers. Maud fcupp of Washingtlift, fi. C., and her sister, Luella Rupp of Vinton visited their former neighbor Mrs Veva Leose. TB|»y were enroute home -Irdttl I/ Citation in Wyoming, 1 ' Mr and Mrs George Rlefte ihd Mr and Mrs George Goetz went to Mason City to attend the funeral of Jim Hileftry's sister Mrs Frank Perkins, 51, at the GalB- olic church. • > Mr and Mrs Halvor 16c Bushel Offered To Reseal 1955 & 1956 Corn Many Hossuth county farmers are expected to take advantage of the goveffcinefttY offer to • Young Folks To Camp Methodist young people who left July 14 for a week at Camp Quest at. Okoboji were Marvis and Chris Nygaard, Alan Jordan, Gary Smith, Linda Detmering, Glenda Gabrielson, Diane Newbrough and Joyce Paulson. They were joined by 2 from Prairie Center and 3 from Britt. The counselors for the group are Mrs Chas. Nygaard and Janice Paid- son. Mr and Mrs Erling Flom drove to Des Moines to get their daughter Sandra, who just completed her second year of nurses training at Methodist hospital and is on a month's vacation. She began work in St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mary Wellick, young daughter of Mr and Mrs George WelUk of Britt spent last week with her grandparents Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer and other relatives. Steven Wellick is spending this week a Bauer's. Marcia Bauer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Bauer o Whittemqre spent one day re cently with her grandparents. Mr and Mrs Rich Reiling and family visited.relatives at Breda and Carroll Monday, Marilyn Linda, Patsy,and Tommy stayec for a week's visit with their returned from several day^j with Mr and Mrs Wallace D6H5- van at Spirit Lake and a Clarence Donovan home at Rapids, Minn. Mr and Mrs Leo Hanig AM son Don accompanied by Mrs George Kunkel of St. Benedict visited Mr and Mrs Herb Althous and children at Dubuque, and Mrs Lulu Ammann at Geneva Saturday. Mrs Allhous is the former Lavon Hanig, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Jake Hanig, former Wesleyans, and a sister of Mrs Kunkel. Mr and Mrs Lester Larson entertained at a family dinner party Wednesday evening, July 10 in honor of their daughter-in-law, Mrs Arvin Larson^ birthday. Guests were Mrs Christine Fox and Mr and Mrs Harold Higdon of Britt and Mr and Mrs Arvin Larson and three daughters. Mr and Mrs L. T. Root, Carol and Ronnie went to Evansville, Wisconsin to visit relatives. They returned home Sunday night. Don Hanig returned to his work at the Farmers elevator Monday following a vacation. Mr and Mrs N. J. Meurer and daughter Jean of Plover and Lucian Memer of Mason City were dinner guests in the J. T. Meurer home. Betty Hauptman was brought home last week from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she was a patient several days for medical care and x-rays. Mr and Mrs Allan Carlsson of Chicago spent the weekend at the parental Rev. Percy Carlsson home. They went on to Yellowstone Park to spend a part of their vacation. Mr and Mrs Vincent Fish and family of Manly, Mrs Louisa Fish and Earl and Mr and Mrs Floyd Armstrong and sons joined Mr and Mrs Albert Fish of Corwifh and other relatiyes,?fo^ # -picnic dinner at a Ft. Dodge park a week ago Sunday. Rev. and Mrs Robert Jones-and Mr and Mrs Lester Larson attended funeral services In -Eagle Grove July 10 for their former pastor, Rev. T. J. Severtson, who was killed in an auto accident.* Mrs J. P. Studer, Margaret, Rose and Carol went to Mankato where Carol joined several of her friends on a vacation trip. En- route home that afternoon Mrs Studer and two daughters visited Mr and Mrs Stanley Studer and family at Blue Earth. Guests in the George Seaberg home over the July 7th weekend were Mr and Mrs Edwin Burr and two sons of Des Moines. On Sunday the two families and the Lou Sampson family, Joe Skow families, J. C. Skow and the Carl Starqulsts enjoyed 'a picnic -at Call Park, Algona. Diane Robinson was a guests in the L. H. Klpinpeter home last week as her parents Mr and Mrs Eldon Devereaux of Wesley and Clear Lake were vacationing in Canada. Jackie Robinson is with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Pete Robinson in Cor with. 'Name "Dixie" was given to the South, according to popular be-* lief, by Negroes who were fond of a Manhattan slave owner by that name. theni a •stotate fcajttttent of 18 cents a bushel for keeping their price-supported 1955 and 1956 corn in theif own cribs ana blftS another yeaf Uhaer rtstal ittstead of delivering it in settlement cf loans alia purchase agreements which mature on July 31. Urge Action Quickly Farmers are urged to check up on their storage needs at once with t view to taking advantage of the reseal offer. Those needi&J additional new storage space, should inquire at the county ASC office about the government's facility loan plan Which permits as much as 80 per cent of the cost of a bin or crib to be borrowed at 4 per cent interest and to be repaid in four annual installments. Eligible for resealing this year will be farm-stored 1956 crop corn now under original price- support loans, farm-stored 1956 corn under purchase agreements, and 1955 corn still stored on the farms under last year's resealing program. There will be no further extension of present reseal loans on 1953 and 1954 corn. Farmers having eligible 1955 and 1956 corn under loans can reseal up to the date fixed by the county ASC committee for them to deliver or redeem their grain. However, those having 1956 purchase agreement corn on which they wish to earn a storage payment have only until the end of this month to notify their county ASC office that they wish to convert their purchase agreements into reseal loans. Outline Procedure It is not necessary to deliver resealed corn to the government to earn a storage payment. Instead, the producer may pay off his loan at the end of the extra year— July 31, 1958— and still receive a full storage payment of 16 cents a bushel. If he desires, he may redeem his corn any time after October 1, 1957, and prior to July 31, 1958, and receive a prorated storage payment. Farmers who now have reseal loans on 1955 corn will have earned one full storage payment of 16 cents a bushel on July 31, 1957. They can earn still another payment of 16 cents a bushel by extending their present loans and keeping the gr.ajn until July 31, 195o. Resealing not only gives farmers a means of earning a worthwhile storage payment but also gives them the advantage of having possession of their grain for an extra year. Announce Wool Rates Payments will be made sopn to Kossuth county farmers who participated in the government's wool incentive program for the 1956 wool marketing year which ended on March 31, 1957, it was also announced this week by Virgil L. Rohlf, manager of the county ASC. The payment rate on shorn wool will be 40 per cent of the dollar returns which participating producers received from the sale of wool in the 1956 marketing year. v The payment rate on sales of unshorn lambs, to compensate for the wool on them, will be 71 cents per hundredweight of live animals sold. Payments ' tq be made in this county for the 1956 marketing year will total around $24,760.00. Claims filed in this county consist of 470 for shorn wool incentive payments and 230. for wool on unsworn lambs. Payments made by the county ASC office last year in the 1955 wool program totaled $30,158.28 AUTO INSURANCE LIFE : INSURANCE • • : FIRE My company offers oil 3! If yon have a faniily. own a home, or drive a car ... you want the beft protection money will buy. Yon «m always reljj ofli State Fnm» insurance for al) three . . . at reasonable rates. Before you invent in further protection for yovae family, your home pr your car ... jet me tell you ajwut State Fwm't budget-planned -If , -thirst / never an x A - n tdn Cell e*S,t Ut WILL CONSTRUCTION CO, Heword (Bud) W C«fSTAl W8JNGS BOTTLING WORKS, ISTHEftViUf, IOWA If pgyt to fcn«w yovr STATI FARM 40 Ml HAROLD C. SUNDET CY leva BUILD with BUTLER buildingi Own th* BIST of *t«ol buildingi at penes that mean mire v«lu». Ytl ftitto building w«t AQ owr, I *** dft 481 Bairns fof ^otn wool 171 Claims for Uttihofn wool oft lambs md youngs sold fof slaughter. Producers eligible for ihcen* live tjaymefitt in the 1956 mar* ketlfig y&af tttogram who mad« no assigflfnifit of their payment^ will receive their checks by mail as soon as records can be com^ pleled. Those who made assign* ments will each receive a state* mpnt of the payment made by the ASC office to the assignee. Mrs Gilbertson, Bancroft, Dies Bancroft •» Funeral services for Mrs fid Gilbertson were held at St. John's Catholic Church, Wed* nesday, July 10, with burial in St. John's Cemetery, Rev. J. H. Schultes officiating. Mrs Gilbertson passed away Sunday forenoon in Robert's Nursing Home following a lingering illness. She is survived by her husband Ed, son, Ralph, Bancroft: daughter, Mrs Shirley Moore, Wisconsin. Pallbearers were Ambrose Lynch, Frank Diers, Rex Nolan, Raymond Vogel, Glenn Cowing and Francis McGregor. Livermore Lady Buried, LuVerne Livermore — Funeral serviced for Mrs William Wiese, 73, were held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran church here. The Rev. Donald Heck officiated and burial was in the LuVerne cemetery. Funeral arrangements are being made by the Boggard funeral home of Humboldt. The body was taken to the Wiese home late Friday afternoon and a prayer service was held there at 1:30 p.m. SatuiSay preceding the church rites. Mrs Wiese died Thursday afternoon at her home after being ill since January. Surviving are her husband; one daughter, Mrs Lester Hamburger of Hastings, Neb., who has been here the past few months caring for her mother; and four grandchildren. Also surviving is one sister, Mrs Anna Goetsch of LuVerne. J. P. Court Fines Three men paid fines in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court last week, all for traffic violations. They were Sander A. Stone, Des Moines, passing in no passing zone, $10 and costs, $5 suspended; Francis J. Erpelding, Whittemore, stop sign, $5 and costs; and Richard R. Sarchet, Algona, failing to dim lights, $5 and costs. Bridal Shower Bancroft. — A bridal shower honoring Miss Mary Bernhard, daughter of Mr and Mrs Maurice Bernhard, was held Sunday in St. John's Catholic Church Hall. Miss Bernhard, R. 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