The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1967 · Page 3
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6-A!gono (la.) Upper Des Molnot Thursday, Aug. 31, 1967 Kathleen Eden, Titonka, Bride Of Arkansas Man TITONKA - Kathleen A. Eden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Eden of Titonka, and James H. Wilkins, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James Wilkins, Sr., Fayetteville, Ark., were united in marriage at the Titonka Methodist church the afternoon of Aug. 12. Rev. Paul Hansen officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride's sister, Mrs. Michael Martin, served as matron of honor. Diane Gartner and Ruth Ann Shahan served as bridesmaids. The bride's personal attendant was Linda Kluch- holn. Attending the groom were his brother, Richard Wilkins, best man, and William Brandon and William Wilkins as groomsmen. Ushers were Dennis Underwood, Larry Peterson, Kenneth Bierstedt and Robert Ortman. Bob Wilkins and Larry Eden were candlelighters. Nuptial music was provided by the soloist, Michael Martin, accompanied by Carolyn Ley at the organ. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in Fellowship Hall for 150 guests. Presiding at the guest book was Bonnie Peterson. Janelle Peterson and Rachael Eden carried the gifts to the gift table where Phyllis Dunn, Brenda Eden and Sharon Eden served. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Eden and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Eden, aunts and uncles of the bride, served as dining room hosts. Mrs. Tom Prendergast and Sheryl Schneider poured punch. Linda Kluchhohn and Jane Kuehl cut the wedding cake, which was baked by the groom's mother. Her aunts, Mrs. Magdalene Ortman and Mrs. Wilbur Peterson, poured. Table waitresses were Janice Alke, Mrs. Lament Junkermeier, Karen Eden, Sandra Ortman and Marlys Eden. Helping in the kitchen were Mesdames Roy Walrod, Leonard Leeck, Sophus Nelson, Irvin Schmidt, Robert Ringsdorf, Raymond Schutjer, Heiko Boekelm.ui, Herbert Rakow and Ted DeBorr, Jr. After spending the weekend in the area, the couple honeymooned to their new home at Austin, Tex. The bride is a graduate of Titonka High School and graduated in home economics and extension with honor.-, at Iowa State University at Ames in May. She is affiliated with Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Upsilon Omicron and Mortar Board honoraries at Io«a State. She will teach home- economics at Lamar Jr. High in Austin. The groom graduated from high school at Council Bluffs, attended Iowa State University and was affiliated with Triangle there. He graduated from the University of Arkansas in June with a major in economics, and will attend law school at the Universit> of Texas at Austin. The groom's parents entertained at a dinner for the wedding party at the Kountry Kitchen following the rehearsal Friday evening. Shower Fetes Bride-To-Be At Lone Rock LONE ROCK- A bridal shower was held Thursday evening, Aug. 24, at the Lone Rock Legion Hall for Sharon Harson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Harson. There were 54 guests present including hostesses. Mrs. Erich Seegebarth was master of ceremonies and began the program with introductions of the honored guest and her family, who were presented with corsages. Mrs. Ted Jensen played a solo on her musical saw, accompanied by her daughter, Jill; two songs by Mrs. Wm. Marlow, accompanied by Judy Kraft; and a humorous reading by Mrs. Erich Seegebarth. Sharon opened her gifts assisted by Jill Jensen and Linda Ramus. Guests were registered by Judy Kraft and Mrs. Harry Harson, aunt of the bride, poured. Sharon will be married Sept. 2 at Osage to Airman 1st Class Allan Cornwall of Osage, who is now stationed at the Air Force Base, Rapid City, So. Dak. Hostesses for the shower were Public Auction As I have rented my land I will sell my personal property on my farm located from Bancroft follow the road 2'/i miles east of main street, or 4 miles south of Lakota on black top then 3Vj miles west on- 1:30 p.m. WED., SEPT. 6th 1:30 p.m. McCORMICK PEERING POWER MACHINERY McCormick model 2 P. R. picker that has picked about 300 acres of corn with grease bonks and blower. McCormick D. 12 ft. field cultivator with all new teeth. McCormick model 60-3-14 inch plow, trip bottoms and high clearance. McCormick D. no. 200 tractor spreader like new hat not been used for several years. FARMALL 656 1965 Formal! 656 with only 330 actual hours. Power steering. This tractor is just like new and the sharpest 656 you ever taw on a public sale. New heothouser with windshield and 3 sets of whcil weights, McCormick D. no. 25. 7 ft. tractor mower, power and hand lift, 2 sicklti. McCormick D. 4 rxir side delivery rake with heavy duty wheels. McCormick D. 25 ft. 5 section levm drag. McCormick D. 2 way heavy duty hydraulic cylinder with 9 ft. hoiei. McCormick D. 15 ft. straight disc and heavy weights. OTHER MACHINERY row weed sprayer with boom and 50 ft. hose. Clark trailer drops, ban 20 ft. 4 in <irain auger with hopper and 3 /4 H. P. electric motor. Dirt blade for tractor loader. Thurif er 3 or 4 row stubble turner. WAGONS, etc, M. W. 5 ton heavy Jury form trailer with 7 ft. x 14 ft. flat bed and grain box combination, Dowden 5 ton hoist, 6:00 x 16 inch tires. M. W. 5 ton heavy duty trailer with wood flare box, Simco hoist, 7:10 x 15 inch tires. M. W. 5 ton heavy duty trailer with 48 inch straight wood box, 6:00 x 16 in tires. . ElccVric Weld trailer with wood flare box, Simco hoist and 7:10 x 15 tires. These trailers, boxes and tires are all in perfect condition. MISCELLANEOUS 200 gallon gas barrel on steel stand, complete vrith host and filter. 2 dozen steel electric fence posts and BO rods of electric fence wire. Woven wire stretcher complete. 32 H. extension ladder. Step ladder, heavy bench vise, log chains, drop cords, tap and die Jet, push type garden plow, sump pump. Cement hog troughs, new block and tackle, chicken feeders and wateren, grease guns. 12 gauge single shot, shot gun, like new Coleman gas lantern. Coleman 2 burner gas camping stove. 2 electric hot plates, electric fan, kerosene lantern, ice cooling chest. Trimmer Boy electric hedge trimmer. Old Steam engine water pump. 12 ft. x 24 ft. brooder house. 3 small feed sheds. Some antiques, good tools and small items too numerous to mention. Auctioneer's Note: "This is without a doubt the cleanest net of machinery we have ever iold. Mr. Peterson has been the very best caretaker and most of this equipment has never sot out overnight." TERMS: Cash, or mpke arrangements with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settled fc-. Not responsible foi Occidents should any occur. HERMAN PETERSEN, Owner AUCTIONEERS: Charley Quinn & Cloir Clark CLERK: Formers &.Traders Savings Bank Nan Blanchard, Shirley Habeger, Millie Hatvmerstrom, Ellen Holmgren, Dolores Innun, Der- uice Jensen, Tena Jensen, Fern Kniecer, Rose Kraft, Beulah Lee, Edi Loiif, ColleenMarlo\\, Joella Miller, Tlielma Ramus, Lucille Seesjeliarth, Kita Schroeder, Vir- dui.i \Yefener and June Weisbrod. - o - WED 23 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. George Kissner ivill lie honored for their 25th anniversan with an open house at the Lone Rock Legion Hall Saturday Sept. 9. Guests for the weekend at the Leo Ramus home were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moore, Richard Moore, Mrs. Don Stewart, Gale Wise, all of Altoona. Mrs. A.A. Krueger, Mrs. E.A, Lee and Michael and Mrs. Raymond Neswold of Britt met Mrs. Ronald Christenson, Jean and Ann at Minneapolis Wednesday where they spent the day. Mrs. Muriel Ackerman, Mrs. David Bunkofske and Laura and Mrs. Donald Gifford, Hurt, spent Sunday at the Gary Dean Ackerman home in Fort Dodge. The ladies of the Lone Rock Presbyterian Church have been invited to a guest day at the Good Hope Methodist Church, Sept. 1. Beginning next Sunday, Sept. 3, morning worship will begin at 10 and Sunday School will be at 11 in the Lone Rock Presbyterian Church. Tuesday evening dinner guests at the A. A. Kruegers were Mr. and Mrs. Chet Alme, Ottosen, and Mrs. L. T. Jackson of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who is also visiting her mother, Mrs. Helen Macumber of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton LaBar of Austin, Minn, were Sunday guests at the Georgia Marlow home. Mrs. Marlow and Mrs. LaBar are sisters. She will be spending a few days here. Graveside rites were held Tuesday morning'"' at' : the East Lawn Cemetery in Algona for the stillborn son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierle of Buffalo Center. An annual Hewett reunion was held Sunday, at Fort Dodge. Those attending from this area were Mr, and Mrs. Leo Ramus, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ramus>and Denlse, and Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus, Rhonda and Randy, Newton. They stopped at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona and took Mrs. Grace Ramus along. Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Hazel Thompson Gold of Marionville, Mo., who used to reside at Lone Rock. She was preceded in death by her husband. Mrs. Angus Cotton was honored Sunday in her home by a birthday party given by her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Jackson. Mrs. Cotton was home just for the day. Guests were Mrs. A.A. Krueger, Mrs. E.A. Lee, Mrs. McGuire, Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. Carl Peterson, Mrs. Gus Blanchard, Mrs. Ed Ohm, Mrs. Eldin Marlow, Mrs. Woodrow Pettit, Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Art Priebe, Mrs. Kenneth Jones, Mrs. Erich Seegebarth, Sylvia Worthington. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton called earlier that day. Mrs. Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan attended a hardware convention at Waterloo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weber, Mitchell, So. Dak., were Monday till Friday guests at the Dave Weber home. They also visited the Don Webers, Bancroft, and the Joe Millers, Burt. Guests last week at the Robert Binzen home were his mother, Mrs. Laura Binzen, Joliet, 111., his sister, Mrs. Joe Sokolowski and three children, Glen Ellyn, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Dick Binzen and boys, Joliet, m. Portable TV Is Won By Burt Woman The winners of the contest at Shipler's Dry Goods and Variety have been announced by owner Vern Shipler. Top prize went to Marion Westling, who won a new portable television. Becky Woltz took second and won an electric can opener, Cheryl Lichter was third and won an electric fan and Alvina Hasse was awarded an iron for fourth place.. Maxlne Bristow won a toaster for her fifth place finish and Betty Miller and Linda Hanna won a mixer and electric knife, respectively. A coffee pot went toMax- ine Angus in eighth place while Mary Beth Hamilton won electric scissors and Rose Ann Gifford won a radio for their ninth and t^nth positions. The contest was held as part of a going-out-of-buslness sale at Shipler's, which-is still in progress. SELL IT THRO A VJDM CLASSIFIED AD.....:... About 80 young Injuns full of Apple Beer came to Bancroft Saturday night. It looked like a college campus at first ... but turned out to be the Battle of Bull Run! WILSON'S CANNED HAMS 3!b. $ can WILSON'S GRADE A MINCED WILSON'S ALL MEAT WIENERS Ib. MONARCH FROZEN T PIES; HAMBURGER BUTT'R TOPP COFFEE HI-LAND POTATO CHIPS twin pac FIRST LADY ICECREA 'A gal. 49< BORDEN'S MONARCH FROZEN HALF & HALFI LEMONADE pint tin NO. 1 RED POTATOES 10 IDS. VOGEL'S CARDINAL STORE WE GIVE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS BURT, IOWA WE GIVE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS •fi^^vwvw^wwivw^,^

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