/„ ':} <-Atpona (la.) Upptr Pti Molftit thtmdoy, Augus) !, 1W La Velle Kauffman Weds At Ringsted On July 27 §*n«ca — Miss LaVelle Jean Kauffman, .daughter of Mr and Mrs Russell Kauffman of Swea City and Larry LaVeme Swen- 8on. son of Mr and Mrs Ely Swenson of Williams. Iowa, were united in marriege Saturday July 27 in a beautiful double ring candlelight ceremony performed by Rev. Harlan Blockhus at ft p.m. at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Ringsted, Iowa. Mrs Clarence Osborn of Fenton presented a prelude of organ music. She also accompanied Udell Evans of Kamrar, Iowa who sang "Because" preceding the ceremony and "The Lord's Prayer" as the couple khelt at the altar. Mrs Jerry Krause of Corwith sang "The Wedding Prayer" during the ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely in a gown of imported Chantilly lace and nylon tulle over slipper satin. The bodice which was of Chantilly lace was fashioned with a sabrina neckline outlined with sequin motifs, it had short cap sleeves and formed a V at the waistline in both the front and the back. It fastened the chapel train of Chantilly lace and tulle fell from the waistline. The finger tip veil of illusion net was attached to a croWn shaped bridal cap, trimmed with motifs of Chantilly lace decorated with sequins. Her only jewelry was pearl earrings, a gift of the groom. Her bridal bouquet was of pink roses, from which fell satin streamers entwined with rose buds. ! Attending the bride as matron ' of honor was her sister, Mrs Roger Osborn of Estherville, Iowa. Bridesmaids were Mrs Oma Luhman of Radcliff, Jowa, a sister of the groom, Mrs Margaret Jensen Houkom of Waltham, Minn, a friend of the bride, also Margie Thompson of Swea City, a close friend of the bride. The bride's little sisters, Pamela and Peggy were flower girls. Gail Kauffman, brother of the bride, and Dean Holland, friend of the groom served as ushers and lit the candles. Steven Letcher of Buffalo Center carried the rings on a white satin pillow. Dean Luhman, a brother-in- law of the groom, served as .best . ?ftian. Groomsmen""' i were Ptean ,Helland of Elsworfh, Jowa, Roger ; Osborn of Esthe^yffle, both friends, and Gail Kauffman, brother of the bride. A reception for approximately 250 guests was held in the church parlors following the Helping prepare the refreshments for serving were Mrs Cassie Klocko, Mrs Christena V_aS5ie n.lut.KU, ivus v-.ni isicuri Swanson. Mrs Ray Gardner, Mrs Leo Crowley, Mrs Ole Ofte-dahl. Mrs Gordon Garrison, Mrs Elmer Hanisch and Mrs Herman Gable. The bride was graduated from Seneca High School and Waldorf Junior College. She has been teaching in the elementary grades at Buffalo Center, Iowa. The groom was graduated from Radcliff High school and also attended Waldorf College. After a short wedding trip to Colorado the newly weds will make their home on a farm near Williams where the groom will continue farming. The bride has accepted a teaching position in the Radcliff school this fall. Move To Estherville Mr and Mrs Roger Osborn and daughter Debra moved recentl> to Estherville from Indianola where Roger is employed as a representative of the Equitabk Life Assurance Society of the United States. He was graduated this spring from Simpson College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. At Armstrong Riles Many Senecans attended funeral services Saturday afternoon at the Presbyterian church at Armstrong for Mrs Lyle England's mother, Mrs Charles Paris of Swea City, who passed away on Thursday after several months illness. Mr and moved to Missouri. Mr and Mrs Olaf OftedaM re- urned home last weekend after having spent a week at Two, Harbors, Minn, being called there upon the serious illness of the 'ormer's mother. She passed away oft Wednesday and funeral services were held for her on Friday with her six sons as casketbearers. The Sfcneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club met last Monday evening at the Arthur Hovick home near Ringsted. Bruce Hartshorn led a discussion topic on care in feeding sheep. Art Hovick gave a demonstration. The group made plans to have a swimming party at the Algona pool on Sunday evening after which they took in a show. NOTES Of SERVICE MEN Mrs Paris recently Swea City from ceremony. Dorothy Oftedahl Hill presided at the punch bowl and Mrs William Schmidt of Curlew, an aunt of the bride, and Mrs Kenneth Evans of Ellsworth, aunt of the groom, were dining room hostesss. Refreshments were served from, a table decorated in the bride's colors and centered with a beautifully .decorated .4 tiered wedding cake topped with a heart centered with pink glad flower- lets. The large cake was surrounded with 5 two tiered heart shaped cakes, decorated like the center cake. Presiding at the silver service were aunts of the bride and groom, Mrs Harold Christensen ol Graettinger and Mrs Ernest , Hubbell of Blooming Prairie Minn. Cake' cutters were Mrs Henrietta Thompson and Mrs Claude Hanson. Waitresses were Margare Klocko, LeAnn Beaver, Marlys Bratrud, Verona Evans, Patsy Christenson, .Janet Garrison Susan Breese and Mrs Gordon Tonderurn. Mrs Genese Hampton register cd the guests and Rosie Thomp fon, Dorothy Nielsen, Mrs Gen Evans of Storm Lake and Mr Jlichard Howieson of Clarion opened and displayed the gifts Carol Hanisch and Janice Chris tenson carried the gifts to th 'tables. Mr and Mrs Clarence Osborn have been caring for their little granddaughter, Debra, this past week while Debra's mother, Mrs Phyllis Osborn has been helping at the Russell Kauffman home preparing for her sister LaVelle's wedding. Maxine Hypes, bride-elect of Jerry Crouch, was honored at a bridal shower at the Methodist church at Fenton last Thursday evening. The Blakjer Luther League held, an ice cream social at the church parlors Sunday Evening. A program was given which was high lighted by reports from the International Luther League convention by delegates Lois Wilberfl and Marilyn Johannesen, also a skit, "Me and My True Love", put on by Janet Geilenfeld, Marlyn Johannesen, Lois Wilberg, lonnie Johannesen and David .,00ft. Richard D. Looft Pvt. Richard D. Looft was graduated with honors from the Adjutants General School at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis, on July 19. The branch of training which he received was in machine accounting. Richard graduated with a MOS score of 97.5% which put him at the top of his class. During the graduation exercises he received a commendation for his excel-t lent work from the Commandant; He has been selected to remain at Fort Benjamin Harrison as an instructor in the machine accounting department and will spend the remainder of his army hitch there. ' Richard, who is the son of Mr and Mrs Henry Looft of Fenton began -his basic training at Camp Chaffee, Arkansas., Feb, 19. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING TOWN AND CITY ESTIMATE NOTICE—The City council of Alaona of Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet 12, 1957, at 7:30 P.M., at City Hall. . Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expendi- utes for the year beginning January 1, 1958. A detailed'statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearing. David A. Smith City Clerk. FUNDS Expenditures For Year in in o> •o in o> IS 32 II +? in ' to in i o> II £ 2 t 1 General ........ 3,064.65 Street -, ....... 18,117.3) 19,679. 79,364. 21,660. 25,910. 6,000. 12,410. 7,500. 422,740. 91,200. 20,000. 36,000. 35,200. 35476. 61,450. 9,500. 5,270. 46,680. 138,250. 53,500. 19,600. 17,550. 16,350. 23,507. 33,800. 12,400. 1,350. 20,050. 28986. 21,950. 8,100. 4,800. 9,050, 400,318. 481,000. 87,000. 394,000. 48330. 119,092. 41,647. 25,990. 51,455. 1,000. 300. 700. 500. 2,963. 2,963. (Koaa use laxj „ e.wo.oo *O,P, .. 22,438, 28,000. 6,000. 22,000. Parking Meter .. 10,822.25 13,703. JI2,038._ 3_1,500._JAQ°2i_L7;?°°^__, TOTALS ...JT^Tf4.051287506." 1,154,243. 951,365.J227,2 1 10._537,170. 186,985. fa^ibUT valuation (1956f -~-~~-f~ ---^-- '- I 5 ' 57 t'lya Taxable valuation, agricultural lands (1956) -- -- r -- T - r » .,j<Si? Moneys and credits (1956) - - r -Jl,467,9BS -, ....... ,. ,. Public Safety ... 8,603.74 35,025. Sanitation -' ____ 31,296.68 199,200. Municipal Enterprise ...... 4,743.92 19,253. Recreation ..... 9,692.92 11,158. Utilities ...... 173,972.00 377,853. Debt Service ._ 40,333.01 48,360. Trust and Agency Emergency -,---- 2,962.91 1,300. Use Tax) . .8,804.66 23,6 U. WATCH for The Corn Borer The moth flight is heavy. The corn looksjottractive fe the moth. Watch yewr fields for egg masses. This borer can be controlled. Without control of this second brood, you.will have ear droppage. We will fwrnish the DDT for a complete spray job or we will apply your DDT. Call us a day or two in advance so we can get to yours at the proper time, The cocklebur and thistle spraying will begin in about two i weeks, let us know what you want done so we can get to it at your desired time, Remember, we guarantee to do the job on FYING SERVICE Elmor J. Steior WHITT6MORE Phone Collect - 4001 v f ; i "It Doesn't Coft T*fj»r»y - Jtf aytl" ' ff The Early Fall Sale Where You Can Buy Seasonal Merchandise at the Price You Want to Pay. F-R-E-E | REGISTRATION • Register tm Children's Floor For Plastic Circus Tent. Valued at $29.95. To Be Given Away FREE at 5 P.M., Saturday, August 3! No Purchase Necessary to Register. farts THURSDAY Continues All Through Next Week! FOWLER'S BEAUTY SALON SP6CIAL! $8.95 A PERMANENT WAVE, franchised to sell at $20.00, now at this one low, low price. -Make an appointment now for any date during August. HAIR CUTS . . 75C Includes Everything. No Extras. LADIES' COATS J. ipecial purchase of manufacturers samples of new- fall coats. Every coat at half , price or less. Two groups to choose from. 14.88-18.88 CHILDREN'S SAMPLE COATS A large group of children's sample coats in lovely styles. Sises 2 to 12. Use pur liberal layawa^ plan, if desired. Very special price. GIRLS' DRESSES Dozens of girls' dresses in toddlers' 4 to 6x. O O ~ Values.from $1.79 OOC to $2.98. Sizes 7 to 14 in wonderful Back-io-School Q rf _ Dresses. * & I C LADIES' SUITS By Famous Makers. G\»t that suit for -fall .a* these give-away prices. Values from $19.95 to $39.95. 5.88-12.88 SPORTS WEAR Large assortment by national manufacturers, consisting of shorts, Bermudas, cotton knits and others. Values to $6.95. 1.98 Hand Bags . • . . 1.79 Summer styles in summer hand bags. Every white and pastel bag in stock at this price. $2.98—$3.98 values. I Con-Can Panties • • Nylon covered with fluffy ruffles. Sizes 2 through 6. sold for $1.59 pr. - ;f 77e Formerly BELTS A beautiful assortment of summer and early fall belts s Values to $2.00 each. Your choice at this one low price. « 59c WASH || FABRIC An excellent assortment of 1 nationally- advertised yard goods. Values in this group to $1.00 per yard. 39c yd. | CURTAIN NET Embroidered marquisette curtain net, 48" wide, and in lovely pastel shades. 3yds. $ 1 LADIES' & GIRLS' SUITING Fine quality in dark fall shades. Plain colors with small gold nub or fleck throughout. Regular 79c yd. value. 45c yd. Remnants HALF PRICE OR LESS. Also a beautiful assortment of fabrics in 14 to 22-inch lengths. Values to- $1.50 yard. YOUR CHOICE 15c each. 24 x 72" Runners in 10 lovely colors. Very heavy and rubberized-backed. Only 50 left. SPECIAL $1.88 each. Ladies' & Misses' Dusters 2.97 In plain colors of quilted rayon. Usually sell for $3.98. I Ladies' 6* Misses' Dresses 3.44 & 7.44 Two huge assortments of summer and early fall numbers. Every dress in this group generously reduced. JEWELRY A wide selection. Vi PRICE OR LESS Blankets Large size, pastel colors. Rayon and nylon. 5-inch satin border. Slightly imperfect. Sell regularly for $5.95 — $6.95. 2.97 LADIES' BRAS Famous Flexees Brassieres, Values to $2.98. Heavy on sizes 32A & B, 36 & 38. No. 34s. 39c TOWELS Thirsty Turkish Towels in striking colors. Gold thread borders. Reg. 69c values. 39c SLIPS One lot of beautiful star dust slips that regularly sell for $1.98 — $2.98. Tailored or lace-trimmed. Mostly sites 32 & 40. 1.00 "Big Top" Bell-Ringers! Plastic Coat & Dress Hunger Covers ----- '—. M f° r 5 J* Unbleached Roller Toweling, 16" wide 5 y -51 Men's Cologne & Toilet Water, Nationally Advertised at $2.50 '-, 79P Women's Cologne & Toltei Water, Nationally Advertised at $3 _„ -, 95£ Perfume, box of 5 bottles, all different, $7,50 value *3«10 Dish Towels, colored checks, 16x27" --_ each Hapdfainted Cups anjl Queers, values to $2.50 s«t Fancy Patterns in Disjji Doweling 3 yds^ Billfolds, $2,98—$3.50 values „— r- Hurricane Lanterns, regularly $1.00 values — — --Boys' Field Glasses _„_-• Very Special at 39$ Cigarette fighters, $1,00 values .: ,..„—,. Special at ff Ladies' Gloves by Hanged, broken sizes ^ ** Make-up Mirrors, plain wirror one side, magnifying on the other side, values to $3.95 -,_ -,— — ** Midget Cameras, taken clear pictures * Pkg, 640 8!*posure FUinji f° r Above Camera .._;...—-.-- »*~— W* Girls' Shorts, Pedal 1'ilpluirs, to $1.59 values •3-pc. Whatnot Shelves, teg, $2-79 values „_.._--_-_ •" ?*« Gaily Painted Uoosteyf - eac " * All Cotton Skirts Are Reduced! Cotton Plisse Uniforms Short sleeve styles in sizes 10 through 18. $2.98 — $3.98 values. , Cotton Uniforms Slightly soiled. Sizes 40 and 42 only. Made to sell for $2.98. $1.00 Bm*-l '•— |~V"f f "I [Nylon Uniforms Sizes 16 and 44. This garment regularly $ells fur $10,95.
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