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LOCA the week end with the at Lake Poinsett and Mrs. Jerry Boots Ia. Mr. Boots is resident here, his father farmed Corneal ranch town, later moving to Hendrick was re the hospital Tuesday Week of treatment for ulcers. She was a- teacbing this week. Mrs. Warren Ac: e r accompanied her par- and Mrs. Harold Eng- Hazel to Cloud Bay, On- for a visit with rel- the holiday week end. A. Parvin arrived home where she has two months. you in a new PALL HAT Your hat for fash- d flattery from our worthy collection. shapes, colors t0 Sweat Shirt 1.00 Slight Irr. quality seamless NYLONS Peg. 98c pair 2prs.$1 NEW FALL NOW 8ttOWING! tARANCE IHOES Ihl for school low going at 001.88 10 to 3 NEW JO lO TttE CORNER STORE Phone 6-3575 Patricia CoUignon returned to Mt. Marty High School at Yank- ton this week, the term opening on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Slaybaugh of Minneapolis spent Saturday to Sunday at the Celston Slaybaugh home and with their mother, Mrs. Karine Slaybaugh at Storla. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Medley ar- rived home Saturday from their nearly two-month visit at Puyal- lup, Wash. with the M. L. Med- ley family. They also visited the Seattle fair and many other points. They brought a sma 1 ] trailer home back with them. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith and Deanne of Fargo spent Sunday to Monday at the Walter Hegg home and with others. They had spent Saturday at Ashton with M r s. Smith's family. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Freed visited the Keith Robbins a t Marion Sunday evening. Rene( is improving steadily. The Wil- fred Schmidts had also visited there recently. Mrs. Bob Jamison was hospi- talized at Wessington Spr i n g : last Wednesday to Saturday for treatment of what was diagnosed as near ulcers. Mr. and Mrs. Harold V a n Boekern and family and Minnie Van Bockern of Wessington Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Way n e Krueger, Mrs. Anne Burritl and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Strand spent Sunday at the Severt Strand home. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Senska and family visited relatives at Carth. age Sunday. Dr. A. A. Anderson CHIROPRACTOR 1718 Dakota Ave. So. Hurcm, So. Dak. Phone Dr. L. S. Belts EYE - EAR NOSE - THROAT PHYSICIAN Ov Waible'a in Huron i Iimxm Optometric Center Dr. K. W. Winjum Dr. R. D. Johnson EL2-8511 1712 Dak. S. On Hwy. 37 Across From Randalls Miss Shirley Flanders h a . completed her course in Spanis at Huron College and left Tues- day for New York City. She will be affiliated with a local hos- pital until late fall, when s h will interview with Pan Americaz Airlines as a stewardess. Carol Merriman and J e a n Brown are leaving for freshman week at NSTC Aberdeen t h week before classes resume. Doug Druse has gone to Yank ton College for pre-term football training. David will also be at- tending the college term. Mrs. Ollie Thompson and Bar- ry, Albert Alfson and his sister- in-law, Mrs. Annie Alfson moved to town for the winter last week, to the house recently vacated by the Kurtenbach family, south of Parsons' plant. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson of Pomona arc visiting at the Bill Bissell home and with others at Letcher and Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson and family left for their home in Oakland, Calif. Friday aft e z spending a week visiting the Dar- win Rotis, William Hinkers and other friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Knutson and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peter. son spent Friday a n d over. night with Mr. and Mrs. Alvi e Enfield at Eternal Springs Resort, Ortonville, Minn. and the week end at Bass Beach, at Pickerel Lake fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Peterson and children of Spencer were Sunday guests at the Wm Huber home at Webster. They took her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Leies of Milbank to spend a week with their other daughter. They have spent two weeks at the Alven Peterson home here. Mrs. Mina Thomas moved tc the Storla nursing home Friday. She would appreciate having friends write and call on h er there. Kathy Collignon had a tonsilec. tomy at St. Joseph Hospital in Mitchell and required sev e r a l days at home for convalesci n g, delaying her start of school last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Brandor visited at the Ed Collignon home last week enroute from Slayton, Minn. to Sturgis where they are making their home. He is in con. struction work. Elmer Steichen spent Tuesday at Omaha with other dealers at a new ear showing. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Melcher and Michelle of Sioux Falls spent the week end here with relatives and friends. Guests at the Bernard Gro s ,, home Monday included the Basil Kogel family of Mt. Vernon, and Mrs. Birdie Kogel of Sioux Falls. the John and Paul Kogel fatal. lies, the Jim Panlsons of Mitch- ell and the Jim Emersons. Mrs. Birdie Kogel stayed for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riehards, Louise and Loren of Pierre vis- ited at the F. D. Riehards home Monday and the children stayed while their parents went on to the fair. Mrs. Aubrey Lynch and Stevc left last week for their home in Mt. Ayr, Ia., after spending the summer here at their ranch. George Peterson Jr. of Balti- more is here for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Peterson and others. Mrs. Minnie Lipscomb of Aber, deen, Mrs. R. C. (Virginia) Sta- vig and Georgia Lee of Sisseton were guests of Mrs. Hattie Web[ Thursday and Friday, a four gen- eration get-together. Lawrene, Stavig, president of Augustan a College is Georgia Lee's uncle Mark Ludlow of Cook, Minn. visited his grandmother, M r s. Larson and others here 1 a s Wednesday. He had been making arrangements to attend coil e g in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Ritter spent Monday with the Robert John- sons in Huron and at the fair. Mrs. Julia Bowers visit e d friends in Huron a few days last week and plans to leave for her home in California soon. Terry Beddow was home from Sioux Falls over the week end, also Linda Peterson visited in the Beddow home. Roger Mannhalter was treated at the hospital a few days last week for virus infection. t,o e i a 1 and Club Notes The Mission Circle of the AL CW met at the home of Mrs. Ruth Jensen on August 30th.. Mary Olson gave the devotions and led the Bible study "Christ Commissions His Witnesses." We had an open discussion on the cause of the month "Parish Ed- ucation." Mrs.  Elaine Ban d e r gave the worship offering medi- tation. Visit Kiwanis Club Visitors at the Thursday Kiwanis Club meeting included James Easland of De Smet, Donald Me. Killop, Artesian and San Diego, Calif., Lowell Lindsley and a group of Wessington Springs club members with members'of the Boy Scout canoe derby tea m s who told of their experiences in the derby. The American Legion Auxiliary will hold its first meeting after summer vacation Sept. 10, 1962. Refreshment and entertainment committee; Mrs. Hazel Br i g g s, Georgia Strand, Anna Burr i 1 1 Sybil Strand, Loretta Strand, Ha- zel Hobart and Mary Sawyer. Mrs. T. R. Brisbine was the guest of Dorothy Parsons at a Panhellenics party of the sorori- ties held at the Mitchell Country Club Thursday evening. * * * $ Mrs. Elmer Steichen w a s guest of honor at a birthday clut party given by Mrs. Oliver Freed Saturday afternoon. Refreshments were served and a gift presented by the group. $ * S ALCW Charities Circle m e t with Mrs. Elmer Weatherford last Thursday with eight mem- bers and one visitor present. Mrs. Martin Andersen led a group stu- dy of the lesson and Mildred Lar- son gave the offering meditation. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Weatherford. blrs. A. F. Kuborn was hostess to the ALCW StewardshiP Circle Aug. 31, with eight members an- swering roll call. There were three visitors. Bible Study wa: on "Christ Commissions His Wit- ness" which was an open Bible discussion. Meditation was giver by Mrs. Arlene Kappel. Refresh- ments were served by the hostess. A Parker family gathering at Twin Lakes was held for the Clint Harings of Anaheim, Calif. on Aug. 26th before their depart- ure the following day. Included were the Walt Parkers, Bud and Kenneth Parkers, Otto and Nor- man Gutzmers, Wayne Peters, Fay Wittes, Harlan Runestads of Mitchell and George Zilkos of Carthage. The C. P. Balls returned Tues. day after spending the week end at Watertown. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Berg and Jeff moved the first of the week to the Mrs. Bonnie Cook cottage. Guests at the Allen Jensen home from Friday night to Sun- day night were the Donal d Krumms of Harvey, N. Dak. Mrs. Walt Siegenthaler under. went gall bladder surgery Tues- day morning at St. Joseph Hospi. tal in Mitchell. Mrs. Harry stakke visited Mrs. Agnes Jamisen in Howard Tues- day and her sister, Mrs. Clara Nelson of Sioux Falls returned here with her. Mr. Stakke is working each da.y. at the Pioneer Museum at the tan'. Clayton Mannhalter and B u d Weatherford accompanied Ot t c Mannhalter to Minneapolis t c bring Riley home from t he hospital. i Announcing... We have taken over the Hi-Way Care as of September 1st. We will continue operation with the same courteous service as given in the past. MR. AND MRS. ELMER JENSSEN ---- Thank-Y-00 We wish to thank everyone for their patronage while we were operating the Hi-Way Cafe. We hope you will continue your patronage for the new operators of the Hi-Way Care. JIM AND JOAN JENSSEN Bethany Lutheran, Dwane 11. Shay, pastor. Morning worship at 8:30. Sunday School at 9:45. Choir rehearsals on Thursday; juniors at 7: and seniors at 8:00 p.m. Adult confirmation class on Mon- day, Sept. 10th at 8:00 p.m. meeting at the church. Church Council Tues., Sept. llth at 8:00. Forestburg Lutheran. Morning worship at 9:45. Sunday School at 10:45. Church Council Wed., Sept. 12th at 8:00 p.m. o Assembly of God Church. Rev, D. E. Hostetter, pastor: The church with a warm welcome. Sunday School at 10, morning vorship at ll. Youth service 7:00 Sunday. Sunday evening service at 8:00. Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. Forestburg Presby t e r I a n Church, Edward Meyer, minister: Sunday School at I0:00, Morning Worship at 11:00. Artesian Wesleyan Methodist Church. Rev. and Mrs. H. Vreug. denhil, pastors. Sunday School 10:00. Church service 11:00. Youth services the second and last Sunday 1 each month at 7:30. Services each Sunday eve. ning at 7:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30. St. Wilfrid's Catholic Church, L. J. Janus, pastor: Masses Sun- day at 8:30 and 10:30. Daily Mass at 7:15. Confessions 4 to 5 and 8 to 9 Saturdays. Baptisms on Sundays after first Mass. t Pearl Wesleyan Methodist Church, 4 miles north o/ Har- mony Hall. J. Hurman, Minister. Church services at 9:30. Sunday school at 10:15. Tuesday, prayer services 7:45 p.m. Letcher Congregational Chareh. George M. Chasney, minister. Wmhip service at 10:00. Sund School at 11:00. o lhwweU Metbodlst, R v. Brown, pastor. Worship service 9:30. SuISIy SetO! 10:45. Memodtst. R v. Brown, pastor. Worship at 11:00. Sumt School at 9:55. soexg Lutheran Church, rural Lane, Stanley Peterson, PaYor. Sunday servicee: Worship 9:00; Sunday school i0:00. Zion Emmannel Lutheran, Lane. Sunday School 9:15. Wor- ship 10:30. o Storla Lutheran. Sunday school 9:45. Worship service 11:00. Trinity. Worship service 9:30. Sunday school 10:45. Parish-- Rev. Wegdahl in charge or wor- ship service. Sunday School Teacher's Institute at Parkston Sept. 9th and 16th from 2:15 to 8:15 p.m. Mt. Olive Lutheran, W. Wetz- st:in, pastor. Worship service at 9:00. Sunday School 10:00. Bethlehem Lutheran Church. Werner Wetzstein, Pastor. Sun- day school at .30. Divine ser- vices at 10:30. NOTICE The Post Office Department has increased the rate of sending the address of the subscribers back to this of- rice if a change has been made in the subscribers ad dress. These letters cost 1Oc each when sent back by the Department. When moving or if you are changing address, please notify us immediately. --Thank Youl ZOSS-ROBY WEDDING ON AUGUST 25 Dorothy Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roby of Carth- age and Adolph L. Zoss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Zoss Jr. of Forestburg were married Satur- day, August 25th at the Lutheran Church in Forestburg, S. D. The Rev. Dwane Shay performed the double-ring service that evening at 7:30 o'clock. Dorothy Jensen played the marches and accomp. anied the soloist, Karen Kaye Pe- terson. Given in marriage by her fath- er, the bride wore a floor-length gown of white Chantilly-type lace and nylon net. The bodice of lace was embroidered with sequins and the net-over.taffetta skirt in- WOONSOCKET NEWS Thursday, September 6, cluded panels of the lace. The fingertip veil was held in place by headpiece of miniature pearls and irridescent sequins. She wore a pearl necklace, a gift from her bridegroom, and carried a cas- cade bouquet of pink roses. The maid of honor, Patricia Roby, wore a pink nylon dress with a lace jacket. The brides- maids, Donna Roby, Goldie Zoss and Becky Hoffman wore match- ing gowns in blue. All wore white flower headpieces and carried bouquets of large white mums with blue and pink ribbons. Flow- er girls, Lori Roby and Cindy Nielson, carried white baskets filled with rose petals. Acting as best man was Benny Zoss, with Fred Zoss, and David Scott as attendants and Gerald Roby Jr. and Danny Scott as ushers. Robert Lee carried the rings on a white satin pillow with pink and blue ribbons. A reception for 175 guests was held in the 4-H dining hall in Forcstburg. Hostesses were Mrs. Gerge Weise, Mrs. Kenny Niel- son, Mrs. Bernard Roby, Mrs. Howard Scott, Pauline and Au- drey, and Beverly Olson. Mrs. Helen Rogers, Mrs. Phil Lee, Karen Jones, Linda Drown, Nita ltubbart had charge of the gifts. For their wedding trip to the Black Hills and on to Oregon Mrs. Zoss chose a black and white sheath dress with white access- ories. They will be at home on a farm north of Letcher. Dorothy graduated from Fedora High School in 1962 and has been em- ployed in Huron. Mr. Zoss grad: uated from the Letcher High School and has served as Sgt. in the National Guard unit in Woon- socket. STORLA SUNSET HOME Member - American Nurs- ing Home Association Non Profit Corporation Located at Storla, S. Dak. ORKY'S FOOD MARKET woo0000s. Dak. -- A LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED FOOD MARKET- MORRELL PRIDE Beef Roasts lb. 49c MORRELL PRIDE CHUCK STEAK lb, . .. .. 63 ( PILLSBURY -- 8 oz. tin BUTTERMILK BISCUITS lOc CAMPBELL'S Tomato Soup lOc CONCORD Welch for our Jack & Jill a d the mail! I