The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1946 · Page 11
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S, AtGONA IOWA t lAKOTA WEDS tfkota: Lawrence.; sohjof Mr. and Mrs; 'A. & Weav er,«Lakola, and Sylvia . Smith, doufitor of Mr. nnd -Mrs./ Roy btflJMl of Algona, were married Sunday, June 2, at 2 p. m. at the Evermore Methodist church with ; the Rev. Phillips officiating. They were attended by Isfcofa », m '$' ?,'r sler of the bride - and Met-M Weaver, cousin of the g . r ,?;~ m> T ' 1e bride wore a white 81 %-S rcss ' white hat and white ories ond a corsage of carnations and the brides- w°re a pink dress and pink m her hair. A wedding din- reception were held at ? ?1 th - 6 ' bl 'lu GS ParefltS at , ollo , wi "S the ceremony. anS thC fUtUr ° arc *"- Co&iunlly Club Meet* .The Community club held its y (m 4 e vf tin , g and , 7 °' clock at the town .hall Thurs"evening with 28 members ht. This will be the last [fleeting until October. Keopple and James War- burfttn spent Thursday fishing at Splrn Lake. JVtrs. C. A. Gutknecht, Emma and jLena Gutknecht were shop- Ping,r/n Fort Dodge last week Tuesday. , ^' and Mrs. Warren Smith andj daughter, Humboldt, 'were supper guests at the Larry Staf- fordS last week Tuesday evening. Eriiest Reece, Cedar Falls, is spending a week at his farm west of town looking after business- connected therewith. The Vernon Smiths are living on the fi farm, The Acorn club held its annual picnic at the home of Mrs. "Delia Smith last week Wednesday pevening. This is the last meel- fingJ'before summer vacation and jthei.hext meeting will be Septem- |iber, 12 with Mrs. C. A. Gut- Iknecht. ' H Art Lester celebrated his birth?!;day;. Saturday, June 1, with the pfollqwing guests spending the Iffeve'ning: a daughter Ethel and iJJCamily, the Ahren Hans and a Hijaau'ghter Lucile, Mrs. Herman tfffilchroeder; the George Lesters, f^Bakbta; the Lawrence Lesters, ^'Bancroft, and the Herman Lesters, Woden. Mesdames Jerry Heetland, Mary Zoiler, Russell Winter arid Ronald , Heetland and Wanda Heetland attended a convention of the Auxiliary to the Afnvets, formerly U. S. W. A., at the state park In Algona last week Tuesday with a picnic dinner in the park and a meeting in the shelter house following. Mrs. A. T. Buckels received a message May; 30 of the death of her brother Oscar S. Peterson at the home of his^ brother Clarence Peterson at Radcliffe, la. The family had gone to Radcliffe from' their home in Des Moines Wednesday to Spend Memorial Day and Mr. Peterson, suffered a heart attack' early Thursday morning and passed away later. He was G3 years old. Funeral services w.ere held at a Lutheran church in Des Moines Sunday and he Was buried at Ellsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Buckels went to Radcliffe Thursday and to Des Moines for the funeral. EX-BURT PASTOR ACCORDED HONORS Burt: A reception was held at the "Presbyterian church Wednesday evening for the Key. and Mrs. S. H. Aten, their daughter Irene: and son John Ernest, who visited Burt friends.ifrom Wednesday un- •til Thursday. After .a- pot-luck supper, the following program was given: piano solo by Marleria Dremmel; vocal solo by Kenneth Patterson; piano solo by Joan McWhorter; yocal ( , solo by Evelyn Becker! words' of weIcom'e?'B.y .KJ J. Smith; response by the Rev. Aten and Mrs. Aten; and talks by Mrs. Will Ringsdorf and the Rev. Ray K. Hill; vocal numbers by Erna Boars. • A'good crowd turned out to renew their acquaintanqe with the Atens, who lei't Burt in 1936, after the Rev. Aten had served as pastor of the Presbyterian church for 25 years. The family now lives in Cedar Rapids. Irene has been teaching at Springville, but plans to take up other work. Frank, who is married lives at Waukeegan, 111. He is with the' Abbot Chemical Co. of Chicago. Ethel (Mae, now Mrs. Warren Hansen, lives at Dover, Del. Her husband recently received his discharge from the air corps. John Ernest returned from Oki- nawha in March and plans to attend Coe college this summer. The Atens were dinner guests Wednesday >at the Esther and Ruth- Hodgson home. The Rev. and Mrs. Aten spent Wednesday night at the Will Ringsdorf home. Irene at the, Hodgson home and John Ernest at' A. H. Meinzer home.' " Ledyard Ladies At I Lakota Aid Meeting ! Ledyard: On Wednesday af-f ternoon Mrs. L. A. Nitz and Mrs;' Howard Jensen were hostesses to the Lutheran Ladies Aid society, at the church at Lakota. Those; from Ledyard who attended Were: Mesdames Wm. Poppe, J. McDonald, H. Zielske, F. Darnell, Max Nitz, I. KJinksiek, Ella Gelhaus, George Thompson, E. T. Halverson, G. Jacobsen, A. Barnes, H. Sprank, H. Frey, D. B. Mayer, D. Carpenter, F. Brack, G. Burrows, C. Burrows, H. Herzog, G. Anderson, J. T. Welfare and P. Nitz. LEGAL BLANKS, desk blotter; adding machine rolls, stam, pads. 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'.. » -si a '-- - - ..-,J-^teV^ v >* IfiK't' 1^ ' CHAM PI IN STOP AT THE SIGN OF GUARANTEED QUALITY .,,,.._. .. ,t.s^gjs- ->. ?• • : The THRILL of a Home Run with the Bases Loaded £:.You Can't Beat it! Four Corner Folks Spend Week At The Lake, Fishing Four Corners: ,Mr. and Mrs. \rt Alexander arid Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman went to Spirit Lake Saturday, June I, where •hey rented a cottage and spent '.he weekend fishing. Due to the shilly weather the fish were not biting. Joan and Judy Alexander spent the weekend visiting at the Perry Lowman home near Sexton. Mrs. Russel Walker attended a "Sewing clu'b meeting Tuesday at Mrs. Leo Immerfall's at Bnrt. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham and family were Sunday dinner quests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Helmers. Berdeen, Vanesa and Sharon Johnson spent several days recently visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Lee. Mrs. Leila Sperry and son Darrel of Osakis, Minn., have been visiting her brother W. Ray Smith and family this week. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan and son Ronald and Mr. and Mrs. Verle Harlan called 'at the Edmund Larsen home near Burt Friday evening. Mrs. Henry Muller and daughters Mary Jane and Betty and Mrs. Everett Witham and daueh- ter Ellen attended a 4-H Rally Day at Burt, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Groves of Huntington Beach, near Santa Ana, Calif., called at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin and Mr. and Mrs. John Rich, Sunday, June 2. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vann and two children of Little Rock, Ark., visited at the homi- 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lee Tuesday night and Wednesday. Mrs.- Van is a niece of Mr. Lee. Mrs. Will Drayton and daughter Mrs. Russel Howard and son called on Mrs. John Rich Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Howard left for- her home at Washington, D. C., Thursday evening after visiting here three weeks. NOTICE To The Qualified Voters of BURT TOWNSHIP Through a slight error, the Election we held on June 3 was declared void hy some of the taxpayers of Burt Township. It is Necessary to Have Another Election on JUNE 20,1946 At The ' CENTER SCHOOL HOUSE TIME: 1P.M. TO 3 P.M. We Will Again Submit to a Vote the Proposition of Selling the Following School Houses in Burt Township: DISTRICT NO. 8 DISTRICT NO. 6 Burf Township School Board WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Upper Des Momes Want Ads Bring Results. |liiiSi?l|8SiSlK: ?^s»s'^Ms5«te f^'3'l£!\feVK.'*.'i; .:^;.? M-^ 4 - Farms - 4 To Be Sold at Public TUESDAY JUNE 25, 1946 Starting at 2:00 Description of Property Three quarter sections and one 120- acre farm, all in Twelve Mile Township, Emmet County, Iowa, about 6 miles northwest of Graettinger, Iowa, described as follows:* NWV4 of 24-98-34 Tenant, Clifford Stueve SWV4 of 25-93-34 Tenant, Gilbert Stweve NE»/4 of 24.98*34' Tenant, Ed Farris Part of SE% of 29-93*34 Tenant* Roy Anijerson Well improved, full set of buildings, including electricity, except iojrie f ainn '<-'\ does not have electricity, HIGHLY PRODUCTIVE ^QlLi Sale to start at 2:00 P, M, on the NW% of 24'98 ? 34 tenanted by Stueve, all fawns to be sold on these premises, J TERM§-»$2,OQQ.QQ on date of sale, balance MaycJi I, 1947, when possession will be given, !"-;•'';. . .- '.-'• '' ^'--. : "— :'' •'. \ Adoloh A P^B..^HB ,^P^^B- -^^PPF "^"^1: i^^^^^- .:.^^W/^"^^...; -• -^^^^,jp^W^, • ' '-' • : "-' : * ' : - ; ' : ft-

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