Don & Mary Jean's Wedding
Mary Leonard And Don Christ WedAfLakofa Lakota — A beautiful wedding was solemnized June 24 when Mary Jean Leonard. Lakota, daughter of Mr and Mrs Eueene M. Leonard, Wood River, Nebraska, Nebraska, became the bride of Don L. Christ, son of Mr and Mrs George Christ of Lakota. Msgr. Gearen performed the double ring ceremony at 10:30 a.m. in St. Cecelia's Catholic church at Algona. Sister Ricardo played the nuptial nuptial music and accompanied Larry Leonard, soloist. The bride wore a floor length gown -of nylon organza stylec with 'fitted bodice and pleatec neckline trimmed with sequin 1 and pearl on French chantilly lace on neckline and sleeves. The skirt was full bouffant with a panel of lace on both 'sides of th< front. It was over taffeta will tiered underskirt of net. She wort short tulle mitts, and petal vei of pure silk illusion tulle held b: , a Swedish cornet of flash em ibellished with sequins and pearls Her flowers were pink sweet heart roses, stephanotis and rosebuds rosebuds on satin lace ribbon in cascade cascade fashion. She carried a rosary, rosary, a gift of the bridegroom. Mrs Donald Gannon was matron matron of honor. Panela Boyle was flower girl. Donald Gannon was best man; Duane Christ and Daryl Christ ».were ushers. A reception was held at the Algona hotel. Carmeron Cook and Carolyn Ley and Darrel Claybough were in charge of the gifts, Mrs Ronald , Richardson had the guest book, Mrs A. J. Budlong served the punch, Mrs H. H. Murray and Mrs H. D. Mussmen cut the cake and Mrs A .C. Schissel poured. The bride is a graduate of the Wood River high school, St. Mary College in Omaha and received her B. A. degree from the Mount Marty College, Yankton, South Dakota. For the past three years she has been the vocal music instructor instructor In the Lakota school. The n-idegroom graduated from Lako- a school and attended engineer- ng school in Texas and served wo years in the armed forces, le owns and operates Don's Mill- ng Service at Lakota. The couple went to Canada on heir wedding trip. The couple ivill be at home in Lakota, where she will again teach this fall. Marriage Announced Mr and Mrs Justin Berhow of Dakota announce the marriage of their daughter, Mildred Elaine, to Lawrence Heiderscheidt, son 'oi Mr and Mrs Mike Heiderscheidl of Algona, June 23 at 2 p.m. at St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona, Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating. officiating. The attendents were Mrs-. Donald Donald Knedler and the bridegroom's brother. Immediately following the cer emony a reception was held a the Mike Heiderscheidt home fo 60 guests The bride was graduated frorr Lakota high school and attended Hamilton Business College at Ma son City. She has been employe at Algona. Mr Heiderscheidt J employed by the Universal Mfg. Co., at Algona. They will live in Algeria after a short trip. Club Tours City Last Friday morning 14 ladies of the Lincoln Township Farm Bureau Homemakers drove Mason City for a tour of. that city. Ladies making the trip were VIesdames Lyle Patterson, Carl Hiemstra, Arthur Wirtjes, Louis Wingert, Otto Hertzke, Donald Clapper, Charles Hertzke, Alfred Julius, John S. Rippentrop, Steve Tjaden, John V. Dornbush,, vvard Sheldahl, and Lucy Melz. Annual 4-H'Trip The Lakota Lads Alvin Boettcher 4-H Club held their annual club tour June 18. The club members and their families visited each home and inspected the 4-H projects. Dean Barnes, county extension director, was a guest. The ended at the Richard Friet's home and had a pot luck picnic super Hold Guesi Day Last Thursday 125 ladies- eight churches ,.in. ..surrounding communities registered for Guest Day held at the Presbyter ian church. The program, was in the sanctuary of the church with Mrs I. E. Wortman presiding Mrs J. E. Ukena and Mrs W.