The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1959 · Page 6
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VI. if , ! •'I !• ", Vi H 1 6-Algono (la.) Up p »r PatMoines Thursday, Oct. !, 1939 Afcrrve/ Hcinsen /s Recent Bride of Lone Rock Man .. % • >« » Lone Rock— Marvel Louise Hansen, daughter of Mrs Olive Hansen and the late Rasniie Hansen of Irvington, was given in marriage by her brother, Leonard, to Dean Culbertson, son of Mr and Mrs Joe Culbertson of Lone Rock, The couple were married in the Irvington Presbyterian church Sept. 20 at 2:30 p.m. with Rev. M. H. Brovver performing a double-ring ceremony. The bride wore a gown of floor length with white Chantilly lace and nylon tulle. The gown had a fitted bodice featuring a Sabrina neckline with embroidery of pearls .and sequins. The 16ng tapered sleeves extended to points at the wrists. The full bouffant skirt was combination lace and tulle. She wore a fingei- tip veil o£ filmy silk illusion falling from a 'crown of lace and pearl points. Her only jewelry was -a string of pearls and pearl earrings. Music was provided by Donna Mae Walker. Her maid of honor was Glen Dora . Patton and bridesmaids were Donna Mae Walker and Joe- Ella Miller. The flower girl was Linda Harms. Dennnis- Bierstedt was ringbearer. .' The bridegroom's attendants were .Joe E. Culberson, best man and groomsmen were Donald Hansen and Roger Dfrcyor. Ushers were Darrell Davis and Dick Bierlc. A reception was held following the ceremony in the church- for 100 guests. Nancy Hudson 'attended the guest book. JoAnn Hansen and Margaret Harms ciil* the cake. Mrs Vernon Klein poured. Mrs Larry Johnson, Marlys Bjustrom and Gene Gerdes took -care of the . gifts. Table waitresses were Dolores Eisenbarth and Mrs Gene Jakubeck. "'" Marvel graduated from Algona high school in 1957. Marvel has been employed in, Algona. Joe Culbertson graduated from Lone Rock high in 1954. He has bden employed.,on a fartn near Lone Rock. After a short' wedding .trip the couple will be at home on .a. farm near Lone Rock. / Mrs G. A. Sharp of Algona visited with Mrs Amanda Pettit Thursday. Mr and Mrs Dale >Wegner visited with S/Sgt. Gordon Wegner at Sioux City over the; weekend. . ; Mr and Mrs .H. A, Holmgreix were Sunday^ evening callers in the Lawrence Dittmer home. Thursday evening callers, in the Harvey Larson home Were Mr and Mrs Ed Larseh and Beverly of Burt, Mr and Mrs Harvey John> son of Algeria, Mr* Effie Teeter of Algona and Clarence Christenseh of Titonka." Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough and Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard went, to Des Moines over the weekend to visit Delbert Blanch* ard in the Veterans hospital. His condition Is better and is still under-going testy. Mr and Mrs Ortwin Tietz recently returned from a trijp to Minn, where they visited in Minn* (•iipolis with a sister of Mrs Tietz, Mrs Mabel Midthune, and also visited with Mrs Mildred Holland at Elk River. A supper honoring Mr and Mrs Howard Blanchard of Des Moines was held Sunday in the Miry Genrich home. Those attending were Mrs Roy Zunkel, Ruth Krueger, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Ncwbrough and family, Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough, Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Delmar Angus and Mr and Mrs Bob Angus from Burt. «R. E. Morgan of Algona visited in the Willis Cotton home Sun- tiny. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz of Oltosen spent the weekend in the Maude Blanchard home. Margaret Fischer visited m the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs -Dclmar Fischer over the weekend, Mr and Mrs Andrew Thompson and Vcrdabelle Thompson visited*, recently in ' the Glenn Hughes home at Sac City. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and family visited Sunday in the Harold Behrends home at Humboldt. ' Linda Larson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson, is employed at the city hall in Algona in the light and water office. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf Sr. took their son, A/3C Alfred Schadendorf, Jr., to St. Paul, where he left for Geiger Air Force Base at Spokane, Wash. : Thursday afternoon Mrs Rose Sabin, Mrs G. A. Sharp, and Mrs Schultz'of Algona visited in the Lillie Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Robert Hanna, Alton Pettit, and Mrs Glenn Householder went to Arioka, Minn. Monday. Sunday guests in the Arden Hovey home were Mr'.and Mrs Clarence Hovey and family of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Martin Swanson arid family of Fairmont, Minn., Mr, and Mrs Ray Pehrsbn of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Wayne Miller of Algona, Judy Marlow of Burt, and afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Sam Hovey of Badger and Mr and Mrs Liopell Hovey .of Algona. , • The Legion Auxiliary of Lone Rock'will meet the first Wednesday in October in the home of Bernice Jensen. A small reunion was held at the John Behrends home on Sunday in Honor of Irene Johnson of Denver and Mrs Linstedt of Nebraska. A pot-luck dinner was held. ' " <•« Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and family were frida? feftd _ urday visitors in the' hdffie their daughter, Donflri, Mrt " del Steven, at Tripdltj , On Wednesday evening, Emma Hurlburt entertaine< era! guests honoring , Rfieheal's birthday. Attending were Mf; fiffd Mrs Dale Schroedef aitd fainiry^ Mr and Mrs Mertert Jltttflftttf itftfl family, Mr and Mrs Jtiftiot Hurl* burt and family, Mf and Mrs Lawrence Rath, Mf and Mfi Albert Shaser atfd Mr and Mrg CIM- ton Rath. / On Sunday Mr and Mrs tSate Schtoeder and Mr and Mrfc> Vid! Dreyer attended a surprise birthday party for Sam Mitchell in the home of Mr and Mrs Duane Hab* eger of Burt. Mr and Mrs Donald Radig tuid- fflmily, Mr and Mrs .Gerald Had- ig and children, Mf and Mrs Harold Gross and family, Mr and Mrs Paul Burntson and family, Paulina, Dr. and Mrs • LfiRoy Hehdrickspn, Armstrong, apd Gene Radig of Omaha were Sun* day guests ih the hottte of Mrs Alex Radig at Fenton. Mrs Kenneth Sage of Arlington, Va. was honored guest. Mr and Mrs Jim Voigt of Algona ,called in the Mr and Mrs Blaine Saxton home Sunday. Bonhie Baker of Des Moines spent the weekend in the parent* al home of Mr and Mrs A. L. Baker. Mrs Charles Schultz and' son Charles spent last week in the home of Mr and Mrs •. A. L. Baker. Mr and Mrs Wm. Knoll and family were Sunday guests-in the A, L. Jaekman home at Algona. The Russell 'Jensens were \ also there, the group were celebrating Craig Jensen's 13th birthday. Lost & Found LOST ,— 825x20 TRUCK TIRE and rim in vicinity of Algona. Reward. Write Fort Dodge Construction Co., 2224 2nd Ave. No. Fort Dodge, la. 39* STRAYED: BLACK- HOLlSTEM •heifer. Weight about 500 Ibs. Notify Ray Kading, Lone Rock. Walnut 5-3870. ... 39 Notice NOTICE "Thirty members of the Algona Go-Cart Club invite you to attend a meeting Thursday, 8 p.m., Oct. 1 at the Algona Implement Co. Charter members -join at special rate-untij Oct. 8th. 39 Miscellaneous 'SALE'— SHOE ROiDLEft skates, size 8. Freeman black WILTGEN JEWELRY 15th Anniversary Sale! One Group Pins and Earrings Regularly Priced $1.00 Each Now Only Necklace and Earring Sets 3 Lovely Colors Regularly Priced $4.95 — Now Only $2,95 Matching Bracelet — $1.50 Watch Sale! leather oxfoifd*, hew. 3 button Ifty, %ttfr t &|x>rt coat, size itf. ftHl 4-2271 - Field Rentesefttiitfve FARMERS NATIONAL CC\ Phone CY 4<2708, v tit * met notice or HfijuuiviP'diijuwtteAi. WON fOH J>RDER glftfiCfWO SALfi OF HEAL .ESTATE, , I THfi.MATTER Or THE fcSTATfi 6P, LILLIE M. YOUK6, DECEASED. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED Itf f HE ESTATE OF LILLIE M. YOUNG, DECEASED, AND TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that there is now on file m the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Iowa, in ftnd for Kofisuth County, the Applied* tlon or H. W. Miller, as Executor ot said Estate, asking that he be directed to sell and convey certain real estate located In the City of Algonfl, Iowa, and described as follows, tO*witj The South Eighty-two (S. 82). feet of Lots Seven (1) and Eight' 18), Block Seventy*one (71), Original Plat, Algona, Iowa, to William J. Finn of Algona, Iowa, for the sum of $7,000.00 according to the terms and provisions set out In said Application, to which you are referred to for further particulars. You are further notified that a hearing on said Application will be had at the Court House in Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the 9th day of October, A. D., 1059, at two o'clock P. M., of said day, at which time and place you may appear and show cause, if any you may Have, -why art Order should not be entered authorizing and' directing Said sale. ' Dated this 29th day of September, A. D.. 1959. H. W. MILLER, Executbr of the Estate of Lillie M. Young, Deceased. (38) 4 < Real Estate at Public Auction The undersigned e*eeuter of the LILUE M. YOUNG ESTATE will sell tt ., >. 2 FAMILY RESIDENCE and a 11 i... # • i NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa ss. In District Court Kossuth County ' ' No, 7628 September Term, 1959 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED; That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament o£ Ncsn Kline, Decensed, dated Nov. 7, 1050, having been this day filed,' opened and read, Monday the 12th day >of October, 1059, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; anu ui ten o'clock A.M., of the - day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause,, if any they have, .why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said cGo t Dated at Algona, Iowa, September *»' 1959 - Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court L. W. Nltchals. attorney ) Algona. Iowa 1 FAMILY RESIDENCE both located In Algona, Iowa, at public sale to the Highest bidders, subject to the approval df the Dlstrlet Court of Iowa, in and for Kessuth County. , The Sale Will Be Held In The COURT ROOM At The COURT HOUSE in ALGONA, IOWA-FRIDAY, OCT. 9, 1959, 2 P. M. V " ' ' DESCRIPTIONS .'[•'<' The South 82 ft. of Lots 7 and 8, Block 71, Original Plat, Algona, Iowa. This is a fine two-family home (duplex) located on corner of Jones & Kennedy Streets. Includes a double garage, all located on an extra large lot. Each unit has separate utilities. Good rental income property. The South 44 feet of Lots 1 and 2, Block 6, Original Plat, Algona Iowa. A fine modern one-family residence with garage. Ideally located at 213 North Thorington Street, just north of the La ing Hotel corner. All of these units are rented and the existing leases will be assigned to the purchasers with all rents from November 1, 1959. 1 , f Conveyances will be by Executor's Deeds and abstracts will be furnished showing marketable title. Possession will be given Nov. 1, 1959, subject to existing leases. The 1959 taxes, payable in 1960, will be paid by Executor. Other terms will be announced at time of sale. Lillie M. Young Estate By H. W. Miller, Executor (39-40) v Trade in your old watch now and receive top allowances during this special sale) SPECIAL! Men^sJrVotches 7 Jewel Water Proof lifetime Mainspring Unbreakable Crystal Sweep Second Hand _j*1495_ Come Iri* Today And Help Us Celebrate t WORLD'S MOST EXRE RIENCED NEW CAR 1 Averages Up To 30 M.P.G. Proven Conventional 6,-Cyl. Valve & Head Engine. Large Roomy Truck In Rear. Engine In Front For Stability & Safety. Gas Tank In Rear For Passenger Safety. Conventional, Trouble ----- Free Fresh - Air Heater-Uses No Gas-For Economy. ......•• . 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