(la.) Upp»r 0« Moinw thuffdoy, Stpt. tl, Stillman-Jones Nuptials Mr and Mrs Daniel Frederic Jones, pictured above, wUl be at home at Ames after a few days honeymoon, following their wedding at the Congregational church here, Sept. 7. Mrs Jones is the former Marcia Stillman, daughter of Judge and Mrs G. W. Stillman, and Mr Jones is a son of Mr and Mrs Fred E. Jones of Sioux City. Attendants at the wedding were Mrs John Morrill of Tallaha- see, Florida, the bride's sister, as matron of honor, and Margaret Romey of Mason City as bridesmaid. Ralph Baehr of Chicago and John Momll of Tallahasee, fraternity brothers of the bridegroom, served as his attendants. t Mrs Jones was graduated from Iowa State College this June, and Mr Jones will complete his work in chemical engineering in June, 1958. (Isaacson foto — UDM engraving) Reception at Burt for School Faculty Burt — A reception for the Burt Community School faculty was held at the Methodist Church this Wednesday evening. & covered dish supper served at ?:30 was sponsored by the W.S.C.S. Mrs Geesman and Mrs Riebhoff were in charge of arrangements. • Mr and Mrs Clint Henderson and daughters moved last week to Algona where Mr Henderson' is employed. The two daughters, Marjorie and Marlene, started the school year in Algona. Mr and Mrs Culbertson and children moved from the Patterson house to the house owned by the .Hendersons. Mr and Mrs Wm. Garman have moved to the new home near Algona, which they had recently built. Mr and Mrs Ray Ihnen have bought the Garman house here and moved into it last week. Mr and Mrs Harjey Hansen who had lived in the Nina Gish apartment have now moved into Amber Manns house vacated by the IHnens. Mr and Mrs Walter Steward received word .from the son Eugene to' the effect he will , come to Minneapolis by plane from the west coast. The Stewards met him Wednesday Eugene has completed his four year enlistment in the U.S. Navy and will enroll at Ames for the coming school year. Mr and Mrs John Miller and children were dinner guests Saturday evening at the home of the former's parents, the Ear! Millers in Algona. Mr and Mr.' Paul Miller and children were also at the Earl Millers. Mrs Bertha Stow has as guests . this week Mr and Mrs Orvill* Stow of Davenport. The Stows and daughter 'Mary Elizabeth stopped in Burt Friday enrpute to Sioux " Falls, South Dakqte where the latter will attend CP}- lege. Don Patterson and son George returned the first of the week from Miles City, Montana, where they had been on business. The Algona Circle of the R, L. D, S. Church met with Mrs ^ohn M. Miller Friday afternoon $fr and Mrs Bert Moore of Oklahoma City, Okla., visited Mrs Paul Moore and other relatives here last week. A family dinner served at the home of Mrs Paul Moore was attended by tht following: Mr and Mrs R. L 'Moore, Christie and Stephen oi Story City, Durwood Moore am Mrs Larry Christensen of Ceda; Rapids, Leonard Schmidt, Bode Mr and Mrs Jack Gifford of Lu Verne, Mr and Mrs R. L. Moor* of Burt and the Bert Moores. Mr and Mrs Newton Heiter, Aigona, called in the afternoon. Mrs Roy Johnston returned to her home in pes Moines las' week after spending some time with her soo4ji4aw §nd «Jaugh» ter. Mr and Mrs Don Patterson, ind boys. Mr an.4 Mrs Art Leajon with the Pan. Gross family spent a et we*>keu4 with Mrs Molly temfty in Minnea- llfO viwted frieno> on Saturday, was hostess to school class- Istwdey uwe Mrs f Robert Angus and Susan, Mrs Jack Gettman and daughter, Mrs Don Reimers and children, JoAnn Dittmer and Sheila Kachut of Burt, Delores Strobel of Titonka and Mrs David Miller of Algona. Mrs John Miller and children attended a birthday party for Joann Lewis at the home of her parents, the Robert Lewis, in Algona. The party Saturday afternoon was for her fifth anniversary. Norman Mitchell went to Des Moines, Friday, where he en rolled at Drake University. Alice Thompson and Karen Lavren? went to Cedar Falls the first o: the week where they enrolled at the State Teachers College. Mrs Bertha Stow returned Wednesday from a visit witl relatives in Hebron and Glen Ellen, North Dakota. She visited in the home of a half-sister whom she had not seen since the relative was a tiny child. She also visited in O'Neil, Nebraska and Elmore, Minn. Some 105 women registered at the Methodist Church Tuesday for the first Seminar and Officer Training meeting of the year. The District president, Mrs Ray S Baker of Britt had charge of the meeting and the theme wai "Till Christ Shall Reign ir Every Heart." Luncheon wa.- served for the group by mem bers of the Woman's Council a the Presbyterian church. Bride-Elect Of Senecan Honor Guest Seneca <— Beverly Petersen bride-elect of Jim Osborn, was honored as a miscellaneous nuptial shower last Friday eveninp at the Seneca School gymnasium Janice Osborn registered thr guests. The honoree WPS pm- rented to, the guests : J by the groom-tOTbe after which *a program was tgiven bv Mrs Albert Johnson, Mrs Milton Madison ajid Mrs: Henry Looft. ;-,$•' The bride-elect then" ©pen her numerous gifts assisted by Mrs Milton' Madison, the groom's aunt and Mrs Bob Petersen of M n son City, the groom's sister. Refreshments were then served. Mrs Milton Madison presid ed at the silver services. Hostesses included Mrs Russell Kauffman, Mrs Charles Beaver, Mr? Etta Thompson and Rose Ann. Mrs Albert Johnson, Mrs Leo Crowley, Mrs Henry Looft, Mrs Lester Osborn, Mrs Myron Speer Mrs Curtis Olsen, Mrs Jerry Beaver. Mrs Roger Osborn, Mrs Otto Wilberg and Delores, Mrs Clarence Osborn, Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Martin Wilberg, Mrs Carrie Jensen, Mrs Olaf Oftedahl and Lorraine, Mrs C. O. Bailey, Mrs Earl Crouch, Mrs Cassie !£locko and Mrs Genese Hampton. Miss Petersen's marriage to Jim Osborn will take place Sept. 14 at Frederick, Wis. feet attendance gifts were presented to Mrs Fred Johannesen and Mrs Myron Speer. Mrs Lawrence Mueller had charge of the entertainment. Off To Colleges Seneca young people are beginning their trek towards College. Marcia Hartshorn left Monday for Mankalo. whete she will enter Mankato Business College, Kathryn Johannesen, David Looft and Raymond Wilberg left Thursday for Docorah where they will enter Luther College. Kathryn is a transfer student from Waldorf College at Forest City. Sharon Dorsey has enrolled at Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls and Marian Beaver and Margaret Fischer will begin their sophmore year there. Gail Kauffman and Roger Nielsen have enrolled at Waldorf College, and Nadine Duer hsz enrolled at Drake University. Donald Nielsen who was graduated from Waldorf Junior College th*is spring will begin his work at Iowa State College, Ames, this fall. M°4wn Mixer* The Seneca Modern Mixers met at the home of Mrs Myron Speer Tuesday afternoon. Twelve members and two guests, Mrs Charles Osborn and Mrs Soeer Sr. responded to roll call. Four members were honored on their birthdays. They were Mrs Robert Burt, Mrs Cecil Anderson, Mrs Jva Witham a.nd Mrs Myron Speer. Secret sisters * names w«re Jerry Briese, who has been at Great Lakes Naval Training Center since his enlistment in the navy the last of May, is enjoying a leave with his parents, Mr and Mrs Lewis Briese of rural Bancroft He was chosen a recruit petty officer. Mr and Mrs Neal Osborn oJ Charles City and Me and Mrs Lyle Osborn of Waterloo were late Sunday afternoon callers a; the Lester Osborn home enroutc home from the Osborn family reunion held at Fairmont. The annual Osborn reunion was held at a Fairmont, Minn park Sunday with approximately 85 relatives in attendance. Of special interest was the fact thai all of the John Osborn family was in attendance. Mrs Fred Johannesen, Dwane and Carol, also Mrs Henry Looft and Lois Wilberg spent Wednesday at the State Fair at Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn observed their 20th anniversary Sunday, Sept. 1. In honor of the occasion they had Mr and Mrs Virgil Jensen and family as supper guests. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft were evening callers. Mrs Bob Petersen and son of Mason City spent the past week at the home of her parents, the Charles Osborns. Mr and Mrs Jack Looft left Saturday morning for Monticello, Iowa, where Jack began his teaching duties on Monday. The Seneca Stars met at the home of Carol Hanisch, Monday, Sept. 2. Nine members responded to roll call. Dorothy Petersen gave a talk. Lois Wilberg was elected president, Marilyn Johannesen, vice president; Carol Hanisch, secretary; Carol Johannesen, treasurer; Karen Larson, Historian; Dorothy Petersen, reporter and Alyce Peterson, photographer. Mrs Martin was the visiting mother. Mr and Mrs Hudson Potter o. r Rockford, 111. visited several days last week at the Clarence Osborn home. Mrs Potter is the formor Pauline Osborn. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft took their son, David, to Decorah Thursday where he is enrolled as a freshman at Luther College David Looft, a meniber of tho Bancroft Junior Legion basebaL team, attended a dinner honoring the Legion tea:n and the St John's High School team, Mon day evening at the Legion Club room at Bancroft. 80 Register at P.W.O. Guest Day, Lone Rock Lone Rock — The Lone Rock P.W.O. held guest day, Friday afternon, Sept. 6, at the" Lone Rock Presbyterian church with RO .ladies registered.. Mrs Don Houck greeted the guests at tin- door with Mrs Frank Flaig 'ushering thorn in. Mrs Milton Madison, president of the P.W.O., had charge of the meeting. Guest speaker was Rosa Page Welch, well known negro singer and speaker. Mrs Frederick Schultz gave a musical reading accompanied by Miss Margaret Fischer at the organ. Mrs Clifford Nordine Mrs Milton Madison and Mrs Herman Kramer sang, accompanied by Miss Fischer. Mrs George Pallesen of Ringsted was the guest speaker for the afternoon. Mrs Milton Madison closed with prayer and refreshments were served by the following ladies: Mesdames Roy Jensen, Milton Madison, Roger Jensen, Frederick Schultz, Dave Weber, Harlan Blanchard, A. D. Newbrough, Clarence Kraft, Bd.- ward Blanchard and'Ralph Hammerstrom and Wm. Knoll. P.W.O. members attended from Burt, Algona, Lakota and Ottosen. Mrs Emma Hurlburt and daughter Rachael, Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and family visited in Ever Wonder Where Some of Your Tax $$$ Went? Ledyard Sunday at the Sidney Payne residence. P.W.O. Circles will meet Sepl. 19 at the following Homes: Maxine with Tena Jensen and Dave Weber assisting. Mrs Blaine Saxton will have the program. Mildred circle with Mrs Marvin Marlow and Mrs Merwin Marlow assisting. Mrs Don Houck will have the program. Coleen circle will meet with Jesse Blanchard Jr. and Mrs Maude Blanchard assisting. Program will be given by Herman Kramer. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards visited Sunday evening at the V. E. Hahan residence. Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson visited the J. M. Jensens at Ringsted Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Clair Bollinger and family were guests Monday evening at the Owen Berhow home at a cook-out. Thursday Mrs Berhow spent the day in Elmore at the W. M. Rottermah residence. Mrs Glenfi Mino and girls, Swea City, Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder visited Wednesday evening at the Dale Schroeder home. Thursday evening guests were Mrs Kenneth Andrea and twirls of Fenton/ Mrs Ordin Kabick and family, Mrs Dale Wegener and Jerry. Mrs H. E. Morgan of Algona and N. L. Cotton were Sunday dinner guests at the W. J. Cotton home. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs R. E. Morgan also of Algona visited there in the evening. Mr and Mrs James Thul of Ames spent the weekend at the Jack Quinn home. Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Thul and Mr and Mrs Quinn attended the Hovey-Meyer wedding in Algona at the First Lutheran chufch. Mr and Mrs Charles Morris visited Mrs Marie Krause in Corwith Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Schenck of Burt spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the Fred Genrich home. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig, Mr and Mrs Qarl Petersen visited Sunday afternoon in Swea City at the Dewey Baker home. In the evening Mr and Mrs Flaig visited in Algona at the Dean Jergenson home. Mr and Mrs Guy Mayer, Leaf River, 111. spent overnite Tuesday with W. C. Heiter. Overnite guests Saturday at the Arden Hovey home were Mr and Mrs Bill Lackmann, Long Prairie, Minn. Sunday dinner guests included Mr and Mrs Marvin Fischer, Mr and Mrs Edwin C. Hovey, Mrs Ardella Bruns, Mrs Cecile Cook and family, Mr and Mrs Merle Felkey and family all of Kenosha, Wis., Mr and Mrs L. E. Hovey and David of Algona, Mr and Mrs Clarence Hovey and daughters of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer spent Thursday at the home of his sister, Mrs Agnes Tabor at West Bend. Mr and Mrs Dale Long from Cylinder visited Sunday afternoon at the Milfred Mitchell home. St. Benedict If Mr* ftilllp Arndorfer "Yankee" comes from the Dutch word "yanku" meaning to snarl. Mr and Mrs Paul Rieser arrived from Downer's Grove, 111. to make a several day's visit at the home of Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer. Mrs Rieser is Nick's sister. They will visit Dorothy Arndorfer, Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll, also Mr and Mrs Roy Pickens, Storm Lake, Mr and Mrs Albert Garman of Wells, Minn., also Sister Marcelline, Bancroft, and sister De Sales, Garner. Mrs Carroll, Mrs Pickens and the two Sisters are also sisters. • Mrs Arnold Arndorfer is home from Mercy Hospital at Iowa City. Wilbur Daley drove down taking Arnold with him. She was taken to the home. of her sister-iri'law, Mrs Gordon Loebig, the former Betty Jane Arndorfer of Algona, and will remain there a time. Mrs Arnold Arndorfer's left leg was amputated recently after a varciose vein operation. She is the former Betty Courtney and is the mother of seven young children. There will be a Homemaker's Tea at the St. Benedict School Hall Thursday, Sept. 12, in the afternoon. '$he Town and Country Club met Wednesdayxevening, Sept. 4 tot the home of Louise Preuschl. Mrs Lawrence Cink was host'! ess to •. the St. Benedict card club Friday afternoon Sept. 6 with high prize going to Louise Preuschl. Annie Raskopf is in her home after several week's stay at St. Ann hospital. Humboldt Opens At Twin Rivers The first .of the football games to be played by the Twin Rivers high school will be Sept. 13 when they meet Humboldt on the Twin Rivers field. The 1957-58 schedule follows: Sept. 13—Humboldt, here. Sept. 20—Dows, here. Sept. 27—Boone Valley (Renwick), there. October 4 — St. Edmond (Fort Dodge), here. October 11—Ventura, here. 'October 18 — Gilmore City, there. October 25—Rolfe, there. October 30—Belmond, here. Fox Trapping School Planned There will be a fox trapping school at Union Slough this Saturday, Sept, 14 .Anyone interested in attending should meet at the Fish and Wildlife office at Burt at 8:30 a.m. B. I. Severson, game area manager for northwest Iowa, will be the instructor at the school. I have, and I had these pictures taken and am pay- Ing for this ad to tell others just yvhat is going on. In the upper photo you will see a manhole along highway 18 near the Acreage Motel, put in by the City of Algona. It was intended to drain off surplus water ojlong the highway's edge, into 'the manhole, and through a 4 inch tile under the highway to the north side of the road. The only trouble is that the tile has been clogged for from 10 to 20 years, and no water at all goes through the drain. Now the State of Iowa enters the piety re. The hole in front of the manhole is for a nice, new big drain WHICH IS TO DRAIN INTO THE SAME 4-INCH CLOGGED TILE. The new State drains are 8>inch or larger and drain into a 4-Inch tile. I have no idea how much this Is costing the taxpayers. I do know that I have told State Highway Engineers that the tile they propose to drain into is a pri> vote tile, and THAT IT IS CLOGGED AND WILL CARRY OFF NO WATER. It makes ne difference; in go the drains. I suggest that instead ef sending engineers to Ames we tend them back to kindergarten. H. D. Clapsaddle ACREAGE MOTEL, ALGONA (jrahams HUNDREDS OF NEW SMART FALL An "Indian Summer" Fashion Collection in Complete Junior, Misses, Regular and Half-Sizes) Enter crisp autumn in that ONE dress that becomes you most . . . start by wending your steps this very week-end to Graham's Apparel Balcony . . . where a sumptuous dress selection awaits youl You'll find that ONE particular dress you want most — for sure! ' Now, at Graham's, you may choose a slim, slick button-front business dress for just $7.98 ... or an eye-catching dress-up dress for $22.48. 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