/f, • £* AM*.*.. _.*.,- ^ ••«. .*. . «, *.«— ,.*.«. Nancy Ditsworth Wee/Mere Easloft, Minn, afld filch- ard Strayer, Dodge City, ICan. The bride wore a floor length fawn of bridal satin and late. Hfer nylon tulle veil fell from a fjearl .studded crown and she wore a 'pearl netklace, Her flowers were -a cascade arrangement of white roses, Immediately following t h e ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors. Phyllis Metzen registered the guests and Mrs Ben Wibben cut tha cake. tVella Palmer, Clear Lakd? 1 poured and the gifts were in charge of Judy Bowman and Ruth Erickson. . Judy JMcVay and Donna Palmer, Clear Lake, also assisted. The bride is .a graduate of tho Algona Community Schools with the class of 1959. The bridegroom is also a graduate of the Algona schools and served in the U.S. Navy. He is associated with his father in n trucking service. . After a sfliort wedding trip to the Black Hills, Mr and Mrs Strayer are at home, in the McEnroe apartments here. (Glenn's StUdio Photo - tiDM Engraving Chicken Theft Is Reported On Swea Farm Nancy Kay Ditsworth became •he 'bride of Glenn Strayer in a ceremony Sept. 19 in First Pres- ayterian church here. The bride is a daughter of Mrs Esther Ditsworth and the late Harry Ditsworth and the bridegroom is v a son of Mr and Mrs Glenn ' J. Strayer. Rev. M, H, Brower officiated at ? the double ring ceremony. Mrs Fred Geigel was- organist, and Mrs Gaylea Braunhausen, Easton, - 1 Minn., sang. - *. Maid of honor was Karolyn ' Kay Schulte, Clarion, and" James ^rederichsen, Fort Dodge, was j t>est man. Ushers were Clayton ' " : . • • ' ' -,! ^ Funeral fames . Homes At Lu VERNE' WESLEY "Understanding Service" " , ' • ;-'..- • ' ' • . - ..' ^! - • ^ ;? TITbNKA RENW1CK' i Ambulbnce Service ^ : Oxygen Equipped ] ' 1- ', ••••'• 1: .•,-„'•• ,. .. ••• .- •• •• ... " • . ; : Swea & Eagle—Chicken thieves visited the Martin Gabel farm a week ago Saturday night. Mar- was working in town that eve., and when he came home he noticed the light on in the chicken house, and chickens scattered the yard. Law officers were notified and an investigation was fnade. Mrs Gabel said it was hard to determine just how many of the chickens were missing. Center .and Mr and MfS Art fc. Anderson. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Jack Van tfotman and family. . . Rodney Strayer is hoffie lot a ew days with the chickfen pox. le is the son of the Russfcll Strayers. Mrs Martin, Oabel returned Sunday from Denver whcrfc She visited the Gabel's son, Darold. The Gabels called on the Milo SwcnsonS at Derby and the Paul Beckers Jr. at Aurora. _ A shower was held last Tuesday evening at the home of Rev. and Mrs Claude Wheeler. Mrs Hnrold Decker and baby son, Michael were the honored guests, Seventeen ladies of the Gospel Tabernacle enjoyed the-evening together. Mrs Wheeler had devotions; Mrs Walter Peterson had charge of the grimes after which Mrs Decker opened gifts for littlo Michael. Tho hostesses served relreshments at the close of the evening. , Mrs Johnie Tobin entertained Saturday afternoon in honor .of her daughter, Mnrjorie Lee's 12th birthday. Guests were Kandis Strayer, Patty, Bathe and Sheryl Briggs. , . Richard M. Anderson went to Des Moines Sept. 19 to attend the (5th annual reunion of his European tour group. The gathering was held in the Skyrootn of the ait-port. Richard was re-elected for his 6th term as tho group's president. , •Lt, Alvin Pnvik, son of Mr and Mrs A. C. Pavik, Armstrong, has received a cash award for his participation in the off-duty education program during the last portion of 1959. Thursday, Oct. 8, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper D«t Molntt-9 and Presfbyteci&l officers of 'the ! North Central Presbytery. Mfirlene Christ, daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Christ, loft Friday for lo.wa City to resume her college work there as a junior. Last. Thursday, Mr and Mrs Robert Hamilton and Mr and Mrs Donald Boyd went to the cabin of the Hamilton^ on the Mississippi river near Harper's FYrry. On Friday they launched thoir boat and took a 132 mile trip up the Mississippi to Lake City, Minn. The four returned to La- kola Sunday bringing Mrs Ethel Ballard of West Union with them to visit with her daughter and family, the A. E. Andersons, for a few days. Dennis Christ, son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Christ, and a Lakotr high graduate last spring, now attending Luther College at Dec- nrah as a freshman, reports lha he has been accepted into tin Nordic choir of the school. Tuesday, Rev. Harlan Kruse and Elder 1. E. Worlmnn attended an all day meeting of thr North Central Presbytery hole' at Mason City. Mrs Kruse spent the day visiting her parents iu Mason City. All of the local teachers but one attended the first meeting of the Kossuth County Educational Association held at Whit- temoro Sent. 23. AflWtVEBSARY Mr and Mrs M. N. Clark of Tlubbartl recently oelebrnted thoir 65th wedding anniversary. They sire the parents of seven children; there are 21) grandchildren and 39. great grandchildren. SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbon.s, udder and cash register rolls nt the'tippet De.« Moincs Pub. Co., Algwin. ypiii : ; Friends *** *w ft A e^* A "V El ME AT the patented S g-ggjH jint n my* mat IEQLER ALGONA HOTEL WHAT HAPPENS TO ERTY OF A PERSON WHO DIES WITHOUT LEAVING A WILL? Pearson Reunion A family reunion was held Sunday at the home of "the Pearson brothers and Edna Pearson. About 30 attended, including the following; Mr and Mrs John E. Pearson of Wheaton, Minn., Neville Pearson, Minneapolis, Dr. and Mrs John S. Pearson and John, Scott, Cbristin and Lirmea of Rochester, Mr and Mrs Chris Rinderknecht, Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Victor 'Westendorf and John of Northrop, Minn., , Mrs Hilda Fpsgren, Mr and Mrs Weldon Brandt, Mr and Mrs Wayne Jorgensen and Sonja and Wade; Mr and Mrs George Pearson and Ronald; Miss Muriel Ausby of Estherville, and Mrs Henry Kulander of Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Glen Olson left Thursday'to show a truck load of cross-bred swine at the annual National Barrow ShoiW at Austin, Minn. There were 20 entries in the-Cross-ibred division and the Olson's''exhibit placed 8th. Sunday .guests at the Roy Pehrsons were Mr and Mrs Darwin Jones and Randy of Buffalo EVERYTHING COMPLETE for ftvdtntl, for Th» fonilly for Thf »«»lo»»« W»» Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. lire, call st. ALGONA CYpress 4*3535 Ulmont Reese, Ex-Lakotan, Died Recently Lakola — Mr and Mrs Vernon Smith received word of the death of Ulmont Reese of Des Moincs. He died Sept. 8. As a. young boy he lived on the farm now owned by the Vernon Smiths. He graduated from the Lakota (Germania) schools about 1913 and shortly thereafter moved with his father to Cedar Falls where he finished .his education. At the time of his death he-was employed at the State Rehabilitation Center in Des Moines. He is survived by his wife, three children and two sisters, Ruby oi^ Sioux City and Beulah (Mrs Rugg) of Cedar Falls. Friday, -Viola and Vera Huettner attended the 6th distric meeting of'Flower'Clubs of Iowa at Webster City. Mrs ' Jerry Heetland of Lacota was one of five Kossuth county women, memibers of the Tuberculosis Health Association, ;o attend a regional meeting for volunteer workers held at the Methodist church in Estherville Tuesday. Sherry Claybaugh went to Rochester, Minn. Wednesday to write .the state board examinations for nurses Thursday and Friday; Sherry recently graduated from the Kahler School of Nursing at Rochester. Mr and Mrs Emory Galloway of -Garner moved into the Anna Baumann house recently vacated by the William Hankens. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Uhlman and children of Glendive, Mont, called on friends here Sunday and Monday. They were Monday dinner guests at the home of Emma and Lena Gutkenecht. Former Lakotans, Mr and Mrs V. E. Lester and Juanita ot Rochester, Minn, were weekend guests at the George Ennen home. Mr and Mrs C. W, Buckels. Paula and Michael and Milfred Dingman of Thompson left Thursday for Thief River Falls, Minn, where they visited at the home of Mr Buckel's sister and family, the A. G. Andersons until Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs John A. Doren- oush returned Saturday evening from a two week vacation trip to Prescott, Ariz, and it's vicinity. Mr a'nd Mrs John Grjese returned Friday from Minnesota where they had been for the past two weeks with their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Charles Peterson. Mr and Mrs John Ukena and family and Mrs Anna Ukena spent Sunday at Grundy Center with the Rev. and Mrs E. H. Buschman, former Lakotans. TVJr and Mrs Rufus Olthoff returned home Thursday from s trip to the Black Hills and the- Bad Lands of the Dakotas, They accompanied their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Loren Sa^hs of Oelwein. Sunday, Mr and Mrs A. C Schissel and Mr and Mrs H. D Mussman went to Ackley where they attended open house at the Presbyterian Home there. They visited Mrs Sehissel's mother, who is a resident of the home. John Kingston of Armstrong and his daughter, Judy Kingston of Princeton, New Jersey, were Saturday visitors at the A. C Schissel home. Mrs C. W. Buckels accompanied Mr and Mrs Fred Asche to Wagner,-S. D. Sundttv where they spent the day with the Ben Ailts family. Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray went to Denison Thursday to visit theiv daughter and family, the Dr. John Lyndauists and meet their new granddaughter, Sandra Jo Lundquist. Mrs W. D. Ley and Mrs J. E. 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