10-Algono, (la.) Upper Dot Molnei Thursday, Aug. 17, 1967 Lone Rock Girl Married Margaret Elaine Bierstedt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt, Lone Rock, and Richard Joseph Elbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elbert, Algona, were united in marriage July 22 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona at 11 a. m. with Msgr, P. P. Gearen performing the double ring ceremony. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a wedding gown fashioned of chantilly lace and peau de soie featuring a high scoop neckline and high rise waistline. The gown had a lace insert in the front bodice and skirt with the lace extending to a point at the waistline and to a large collar and drape in the back. The full floor-length skirt flowed to a brush train. The bride's forward headpiece featured an organza rose with fluted edges, pearl trimmed, and held a full, bouffant pure silk illusion elbow- length veil. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and white stephanotis tied with a white ribbon. Her jewelry was a cultured pearl necklance with matching earrings, a gift of the groom, Kathryn Bierstedt served the bride as maid of honor. Robert Elbert was best man and Jerome Elbert and Roger Hendrickson, ushers. The acolytes were Michael Kajewski and Thomas Black. Ruth McEnroe, soloist, was accompanied at the organ by Ruth Cassel. A dinner was held at the K.C. hall, Algona, for SOguestsfollow- ing the ceremony at 1 p. m. The wedding reception, from 2 to 4 p. m., was also held at the K.C. hall for 60 guests. Jeannine Bierstedt registered the guests. Suzanne Elbert and Mrs. Roger Hendrickson cut the cake; Mrs. Robert Mittchell dipped punch and Mrs. Joseph Kemna poured coffee. Shirley Ohnemus and Pamela Henderson were table waitresses. The bride Is a graduate of Sentral High School, Fenton, and Hamilton School of Commerce, Mason City, and is presently employed at Weidenhoffs, Algona. The groom is a graduate of Garrigan High School, Algona, served three years in the U. S. Army and is also employed at Weidenhoffs. After a wedding trip to Minneapolis, Minn., the young couple will lie at home at the Hillcrest Trailer Court in Algona. (Photo by Glen's Studio, Algona) PORTLAND I By Mrs. Victor Filch Mrs. Lawrence Govern and Sister Mae Murphy spent ten days visiting their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kennedy at Cumberland, Maryland. Mrs. Howard Sparks attended the wedding of Katlileen Eden and Jim Wilkins Saturday in the Titonka Methodist Church. Recent callers in the home of Mrs. Howard Sparks were Mrs. Bill Tlach and Betty of Britt, Jim Pals of Britt, Mrs. Ruth Sparks and Mrs. GeorgeGoetzof Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood, Jean and Randy attended the Wood family reunion at the Harold Von Bank's at West Bend. Approximately 85 relatives gathered for the potluck dinner and supper. Jean Wood came home from Ames to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood. Mrs. Lawrence Govern drove Sister Mae Murphy to Des Moines Friday. Mrs. Larry Holding and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Brett were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the P.W. Marlow home. Mrs. Wayne Eckels and Monte were Sunday visitors and supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms and family attended the antique car show Sunday at Titonka. Mrs. E.C. Schwietert attended the meeting of the Btrthda- Club in the home of Elsie Winters In honor of Elsie's birthday. Six members were present. Mr. and Mrs. l,wrence Halter of MeU:-rne wore weekend visitors in ft. • Lawrence and Vincent Govern h . .'.«. Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Schwietert attended a grocery shower Monday evening for Pastor and Mrs. R.E. Bishop, newly installed minister of the Burt Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms and family went to Minneapolis Friday where they visited the airport, the zoo at St. Paul and attended the ball game between the Twins and the White Sox in the evening. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Collett and family of Denver, Colo, spent last week visiting in the Ray McWhorter and Frank Becker homes. Saturday evening August 12, Mr. and Mrs. George Becker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg and family, Royce Dugan, Howard Batt and Dr. and Mrs. Robert Collett and family were guests in the Frank Becker home. Pictures of Japan were shown by Dr. Collett, taken when he and Mrs. Collett took a trip around the world. iBurt News Dr. A. W. Lichter, Tom Lichter and Bill Woltz, Burt, LeRoy Chang, Honolulu, and Gary Ludwig, St. Benedict, enjoyed the past week fishing in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Becker, Steve anc Susie, spent the afternoon and enjoyed a picnic supper at Clear Lake on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Meyers, Jimmy and Rachelle, Racine, Wsic., spent from Saturday through Tuesday at the parental Don Mitchell home. 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Dividends are paid twice a year. Put any amount into your account ... any time. Save by the 15th of any month . . . earn from the Istl Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Insured to $15,000 Save From The 15tb — Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — ALOONA, IOWA INSURED) Mrs. Kiln Minor, nihlolliorrplsi- ttvos. Mr. ami Mrs. Ulvlnml Wolsko, Cvt'stllne, Otilo, spout « week with Ills uiotlior, Mrs. Ilolon Woisko. All wore Tiicsday suppor ;u«l oVentnj'. I'.wst.s ;it tin 1 Govixlil Olloni I'.oino, Ali;on:>. Mrs. Lurry IloliHniv, Ilnul, Hromtu ami Viuiulm, 1'oru, Nobr., spont sovonil d;iy.s tlio past wook with rolativos ami frloiuls in tho Burl area. Mrs. Maplalouo Ortinuii, Kobert ami Sandra, attended tho wedding of lior nicco, Kathleen Kden and James Wllktns at the Titonka Methodist church oii&it- urday afternoon. They wore also guests at the reception Immediately following. The Wilkins will make their home in Texas. A Lichter family reunion was held at the Mrs. Agnes Liulwig farm home near St. Benedict on Sunday. Among the 50 some relatives attending were Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Lichter and Tom, and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Carman and children, Dallas, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Chang and Jeoffrey, Honolulu, also Dr. A. W. Lichter and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lichter and Lori. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller, Jeff and Greg, spent Thursday evening with the Harold Reimers at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Miller spent the weekend at their home here. The Millers are at McGregor, la. for several weeks where he is assisting with the weighing of grain at the grain terminal on the Mississippi. They were Sunday dinner guests at the Owen Hopkins home, Fredricksburg. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Carman and family left for their home in Dallas, Tex. on Tuesday. Mrs. Carman and children had spent the past month at the parental Dr. M. L Lichter home and Mr. Carman joined them the last week. They also visited his parents, the Bill Garmans at Algona. „ Fenton _ JfliiiiiimiiiiniiiiininniHiiiiiinnmnrfiiiiiiiin Mr. and Mrs. MelvinBorkland, Krvin Berkland and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Naig took nine Luther Leaguers and their counselors to Mason City Friday where they loft by train for Dallas, Tex. to attend the National Luther League convention. Those making the trip were Marlin Berkland, Bonnie Berkland, Linda Naig, David Cody, Charles Larson, Don Johnson, Roger Strand, and Doug Naig from Cylinder and DanVig- dahl from Armstrong. Gary Bcrkland and Diana Berkland went as counselors. They will return to Mason City Aug. 18. Mr. ami Mrs. Melvin Berkland visited in the Ray Berkland home, Mason City, on Friday. Judi Connelly, former college roommate of Judy Eigler visited Judy in the Paul Eigler home a few days this week. Miss Connelly taught in Abadan, Turkey last year and will be teaching in Stuttgard, Germany this coming year. Her parents live in Mason City. Judy Eigler, Colorado Springs, Colo., has been visiting at her parent's home for the past three weeks. She returned to Colorado Springs Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler, Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske and Judy Eigler met Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Ruske, Colorado Springs, in Kearney, Nebr. for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte attended a. Schulte-Bierstedt family reunion at Gaylord, Minn, recently. They also visited at the Carl Formhals home at Arlington, Minn., returning home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reimers, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Reimers and family recently attended a family reunion at the Donald D. Holmes home at Livermore. Guests this past week at the Ed Reimers home were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Holmes and Gary, St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Ruby Holmes, Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krause and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Britton, Minneapolis, Mrs. Joe McGovern, Riceville, and Mr. and Mrs. David Weisbrod, Denver, Colo., attended a family reunion at the James Dodds home, Lone Rock, Sunday. Owen Kerber and Mike Kressin are visiting at the Kenneth Kerber home at Chandler, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kern and Mrs. Amanda Kern visited Durwood Kern at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Thursday. Durwood broke his leg while unloading ice at the plant. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kern, Ames, spent the weekend at the Lloyd Kern home. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Root and children of California have been visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Opal Root. Ervin Root, Ames, spent the weekend at the home of his mother, Mrs. Root. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace, Hayfield, Minn., were recent guests at the S. E. Straley home. Sunday evening guests at the Straley home were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Void and family, Lake Mills, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hansen and family. Lynn Void remained to spend a week with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager, Joe and Dave were guests of Don Yager and Wayne Stoeber in Iowa City several days last week. Wednesday'evening, they attended commencement exercises at the University of Iowa at which Don Yager received a B.A. degree and special certificate for high point grades in the school of journalism. Friday, the Yagers met Kern Yager at the Des Moines airport. He is employed by United Airlines in San Francisco, Calif., and will spend several days visiting in the Fenton area. gllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllg ILone Rockl BlBy Mrs._Wm. E. Marlow K Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Groskreutz and Jeffrey, Radcliffe, spent the weekend at the Erich Seegebarths. Mrs. Hulda Schultz spent the weekend with her son and family, Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Schultz, Little Rock, Ark. Mrs. Wm. Marlow was hostess to the Modernette Club at her home Wednesday evening with three tables of 500. Mrs. Paul Bernhard won high and travel, Mrs. Merwin Marlow, low. Next month's meeting will be held at the Sam McCleish home. Mr. and Mrs. A.A. 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