The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1960 · Page 15
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f / / • i ?«*^1 1** * * ' ^•r^l SaundraApka OfLakotals y 4vu 't* 86VGrfll ifr******** |r$a§t (Week' Fndky I evenme:* ane,, was hdnored 'With la misceffifptos'ShWer-- at the 1 Anna SBtoW h*6rrie 'at- Ruek'een, I Minn.! Mth'.sArtna. Lpretta 1 and I Evelyn Sfihock Monday,evening she,was hon lored at a shower at the Mrs Or ville Mmft. ,ftit [ans „_.___, ith Wftr,'_ as assistant hostess* Tifead'ay even/nf;9ne was ored with a mffidellantflSus show 1 - er aLtHe Pretfoyteriafi • church, Lakota, with jtfre fallowing limes as hostesses: Mr« William Kien* lit, Mrs W. D. Ley, Mrs ft. D. Mussman, ,Mrs William Hanken Mi's Herman 'Jutting Mrs M, H. Murray, Mrs* Idah^ ,Rippentr6.6, Mrs ThoMas; ThompSrjri, Mril jG. A. GutkeWScht, Audfey^' Kuby,'. ftefores Kienitz anti- Mrs Earl Paulson. •• Saundra was married Juhe IF to ' Wayne 'Johnston of , Blue Earth at the'Blue Earth Mehto dlst church. ' Lakota Luckies a ...clears 20 acres a day That's really waking 'hay! You can ,do it, too, with easy-running, power-saving Chop-All... and GehTs new PTO Forage Wagon. ,This rugged haymaking equipment'can save you ai much/as $1000 over competitive makes. Farmers-whq.have watched the Gehl'Hay PickiUp'work say they can't buy bigger capacity—but best' of all, the Gehl is so easy; to operate. Come in and see this ' Gehl team... see why more farmers own Gehl than any ' other independent make! GEHL Chefr-OW You can't beat Gehl's lowtr pri'e* WEISBRQI4 Sub -met it, was awhfdedViQ [ef's tea jmd ml .^Kfiw Jul^tSS at 8 STCISHRftDtoAe «.Jfrs. fiur- rfette 396>M«e¥. Katin Bauman gaVfe 4 talk ."and, Caftnfen Cook tatght 6 ¥6flg She ( hkd learned at the 4-tt Convention. , - ^ •, 'atid, Mti tfeure'ft OT;Lakotil a^'Aounce, eagcffie'At atfd approach!..,, „_ riaMe"of th%fr ^>n,^ Lafoce ,£«•• poral ,'OleriJL. - ThomKoft ,of the»U. fe. MaHne *C6rps; Twenty Nifte"Palm6; California. He will irfarry Clalt Marideth, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Larue Marideth of Banning, Calif.,.July .2 at the Methodist church, Banning. Birthday Club- ;• ; v V ,> «&, The Birthday Ol'ub: met at; md home of Mrs Henry; felOftie^ EK more, .FriSay afterliOcm;. JEO ^hem. her cele^ate a birthday. At< tending were Mrs Richard Zielske, Mrs Lena Schwarz, Mrs L. A. Nitz!, : . Mrs Mary -Telkamp, Mrs "Harry Rbseneau,' Mrs Sigria Nelson, Mrs ftenry .Olthoff and: Hariftah He'etland. Canasta wag the' 'afternoon's- entertainment after Which lunch Was served by ;he hostess. : • •: •;; ; ; : •;• Birthday Party •-.... for'arid Mrs Vern Molinder 'of Swea City and Mrs Ella Ellman of Lakota entertained at the Molinder home Sunday honoring the ladies' mother, Mrs Minnie Thaves on her birthday. Dinner guests were Mr and Mrs W. F. Kienitz, Mr arid Mrs J. F. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Theisea all of La-Rota, and Mr '&nd Mrs Ed Kienitz of Burt. Evening visitors were Mr, and Mrs Vincent Ellman,' Edith' and Myrtle .Molinder and'Mr. and Mrs. Axel Thaves 6f Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bauman are the'parents of a son born on June 14 at the Buffalo Center hospital. He weighed 8'pounds, 15 ounces. They have one other child, a daughter. Mr and Mrs. Harold Koppen and r3ean and Mr and Mrs. Thomas Thompson left Tuesday for a few days of, fishing in northern Minnesota. Charlene Thomsen. returned to her home Monday following an appendectomy at the Buffalo Center hospital last week. . Bonnie and Sharon Tietz of Hayward, Minn., are visiting their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Art Tietz this week. > Lakotans attending the Algons Glad Society me,etihg^at the orte bbert Heilftsr Cal.; Gunnard, Armstrong; and Glenn, Long Beach, Cal.} three daughters, Mrs Oscar Berven, Armstrong; Mrs Paul Wetter, forrance, Cal.; and Mrs Glen Crossley, Ames; two sisters, Mrs Christine Thorson, Armstrong! and Mrs Ida O'Green, Swea City; 13 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. t ACCIDENT Merle Hies; of South Fork recently suffered a broken leg in a fartn accident. A cultivator he was riding brbke, and he fell off, breaking the leg between the -kriee and ankle. No, 3 of a Series TuMday, Jun* Legal Notices IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CHARLES L. STRIPLING. DECEASED. IN PROBATE No. 7705 , NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE ., .;:.,, Notice Is hereby given *.!>»£ ^JSM? of «n Order entered , W life BlWtlet Court of- town, In find tot KosWtn Count*, fth fee lOlh day ol June^A. D, 1060, tne xinderslgticd. L. A. Wlnkel, Tnl g, , . . ns Anclllory AdJnTnlstrntor rlllnrv Estate o( Charles L. Deee r M will «ell V public ' upon the premises oh the ,9th a*y.. of July, A. D!, I960, nt 10:00 o-blOCK of said day: tli) .to Stock ten (10) of vnWftMl,.-To»riiv (Sow Included In the IncorlotBtea Town of Lu- Vcrne, IbWait- , i which above aesdrtbfd property will be sold fte'B anid ciefcr of all liens and encumbrances; that said real estate Is - gold f?'r. the J^P 1 ??* . °.f P?* 1 ".? estate; that the terms of'Mid~ttir»M one-third of the pur- ch«se price ** a jJoWnpaymcnt and the balance to be paid on or Before August 18th, 1960, or as soon thereafter as Abstract of TJtle showing; marketable title has becri farnlshcdi Purchaser must execute Contract w«h forfeiture provisions. •. . -, Dated this 10th day o£ June, A. D., 1D80- L. A, W'lnkel, Ancillary 'Administrator of the Ancillary Estate o£ Charles L. Stripling, Daccased. ^^ iw--f • FENTON Marilyn Rath, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath, Lone Rock, and Robert Heifner, son of Mr and Mrs Vincent Heifner. Buffalo Center, were united in marriage at Lone Rock, Sunday, June 5, at 2 p'.m. Rev. .Clifford Nordine officiated at the double ring ceremony in the Presbyterian church. . The bride,, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a chapel length gown of chantilly lace and tulle. The sheer lace sleeves' emphasized , the softly rounded fieckline, ] banded .witfc scalloped-edged lace, set with tiny clusters of silver sequins. Horizontal bands; of ; lace encircled the full skirt and thq . evening were Mr and. Mrs Roseneau, Fred, Vera and Viola Huettner. Why wait? Get that new SSS5SESS9b= I • I o o e Q o o • II t —I ••-or now! Mr. and Mrs. George Christ and Daryl 'returned Sunday after a 10 day fishing vacation at Lake Carlos State Park rieai Alexandria, Minn. Their son Duane Christ of Minneapolis 'spent" the week end with them and on Sunday, Mr and Mrs Don Christ'of Lakota joined them and will spend,this week fishinp there, ^«. ' • Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ' Her tzke entertained at dinner Sun day, Mr. and'Mrs. Paul Hertzke Rev. and Mrs. L. R. Meinecke Dr. and Mrs. Edward Leigh o Hardy, Nebraska, Mrs. Hamilton Leigh of Dyersville, Mr. and Mrs John Meinecke of Charles City, Miss Sbelo> Hertzke of Kansas City, Mo., Kieth Hertzke and Miss Karen Fredrickson of Austin, . \ ' . Mr. and Mrs. Joe Van Puy- veldc arid daughters and his cousin, Miss Carrie Beck of Roseville, Michigan arrived at the Fred Schroeder home Saturday morning for a two week visit. ' . • . Mr. and -Mrs. Russell Winter attended services at St. Cecelia's in Algona Sunday when John Burns, newly-ordained priest, held his first mass. They were also guests at a dinner held in his honor. Mr. and Mrs. Elvic Stcele of Rapid City, S.D. were weekend 2ue?ts at the Lauren Thompson home and visited with other relatives in this area. bridal crown was of silver sequins and tiny seed pearls and leld a fingertip veil of illusion. She carried red roses. •The bride's attendants were Karen Kueck, maid of honor, and Janice Bierstedt, bridesmaid. Carrol Heifrier and Virgil Heifner served as the bridegrooms parents, Larry Heifner was ririg- oearer, Cindy Sue Rath was flower girl and Cecil Heifner and John Rath served as ushers. A reception for 185 guests was held in tire church parlors following the wedding. The cake was .baked and decorated by the bride's mother, and the Romaine circle served. Mrs Albert Shaser and Mrs Emma HUrlburt,cut and served the cake. .The new. Mrs Heifner attended Hamilton Business College and is employed at Druggists Mutual Insurance Co., Algona. The bridegroom was educated at Buffalo Center and. farms near Titonka where the couple is living, following a wedding trip. (Isaacson Photo — UDM Engraving.) Eagle Township Farmer, Dies Funeral services for Andrew Larson, 81, who farmed in Eagle township for the past 50 years were held Saturday at 2 p.m. in Immanuel Lutheran church al Swea City. Rev. LeRoy Pillman officiated and burial was at the Harrison township cemetery near Swea City. Mr Larson died Tuesday, Juno 14. He was born May 21, 1879 in Sweden and came to the United States as a youth. He was, married to Anna Holmcr at Algonu April 22, 1915, five years after he began fanning in Eagle township. 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