The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1961 · Page 20
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is Barbara Wiener Wed Recently In Burt Church '' Burt — A candlelight weddirig was p'erfdrme'd at the Burt Methodist church Friday evening, Attg. 11, when Barbara Kay Wiener-, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Wiener, became the bride of Andrew Hattms, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jbss Harms. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Fred Samek, Rev. Wm. Bohi assisted in the ceremony. Marital music was played by Gwenyth Teeter, who also accompanied Lawrence Chipman who sang. The bride, wearing a white lace over taffeta floor-length gown, was given in marriage by her father. She wore a Chapel length veil. I Malfiti thufday, August 31, 19«1 GaM Wienot'.'S.Uehded" her sis ter as maid of hoftof. Tin gro&m'S sister, Ruth,,wffs brides* maid. Demise Graham and Linda ChHschilles were flower girls James Harms, (he groom's bfoth fef, Fo'rt Dodge; was best man Another brother, Harris, wa groomsman. Ushers were Roge Shiplef and Ronald Chrischilles A reception was held' in the church dining room immediately following the ceremony, with about 276 friends and relatives in' attendance. The many guests were registered by Mrs. Vertt Batt, Estherville, aunt of the bride. Attending the gift table Were Roseann Wiener, sister' of the bride, Sandra Batt, Great Lakes Naval Base, 111., and Mary Harms, sister of groom. Helen Harms presided at the punch bowl. Alvlna Harms cut and served the wedding cake. Waitresses were classmates of the. bride, Mrs. John Kadow, Audrey Curtis and Grace McKim. The bride, a.,1960 graduate of Burt high school, is an employee, of the Wiedenhoff Co. in Al r gona and plans to continue her HOME ON THE LAkE / OTHER BUILDINGS & EQUIPMENT PUBLIC AUCTION THURSDAY pHT, SEpt 7 at 7 On account of the keaih o'f my husband I will sell ihe.following real estate and personal property on ihe premises located; Wi miles south of Fairmont, Minn., on Highway IS; or Vi mile south of Hand Park; or 1V/miles north of the loWa-Mimu Stale Line Store (Fris mes) on the east s^ore of South Silver Lake. REAL ESTATE'— Consislirig of ,2 lots bordering on east side of South Silver Lake; One story house with; 2 bedrooms, large living room, kitchen and breakfast nook; double garage; and well. ' OTHER .BUILDINGS!— Chicked house, small corn crib arid wood shed will be sold separately. , TERMS —.15% .down night of sale. Balance when deed and abstract are brought up io date and possession immediately. ? EQUIPMENT — Tbolsi bipck and tackle, ladders, sawsi wrenches, hammers, planes, bolts; tool cabinets; portable table saw with motor, U-clamps, jointer with motor, vice, grindstone; boats and oars, portable grinder with motor, steel tank, fishing equipment, mail box, gas barrels and lawn mower. TRUCK — Studebaker '/j-ton truck in W6ffe. She gro6tn, a 196? grad uat& of .Burt high school is alsc employed at Wledenhoffs. Aftel a Wedding trip td Illinois, thr couple is'how, at home east o Burt, ' » Class Reunion The recreation room Of the Burt Cooperative Elevator was the Scene of a class reunion Sunday. Observing their 16th reunion were members of the class of 1946. Dale Lockwood acted as Master of Ceremonies for a short program. The members present voted to hold another reunion in five years and appointed to make plans for it were Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet (Frances H&be- gar), Mrs. Ed Smith, Jr. (Helen Rachut), and Dale Lockwood. Present at Sunday's gathering were Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith, Jr., Mr/ and Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet, ' Mr. and . 'Mrs. Wm. Madsen, Jr., Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale jockwood and Mr. and Mrs. Joe p resthus., .Planning this year's reunion were Mesdames Wm. Madsen, ioscoe Mawdsley and Kenneth 'atterson. • •" A-l condition. 'HOUSEHOLD GOODS — G. E., refrigerator,, kitchen table and chairs, apartment size electric stove, davenport and chairs, parlor oirstove sewing machine, .couch, electric radio, 2 sets of antique dishes, silverware, 'wall telephone, antique kitchen stove in good shape arid many other'articles too numerous to mention. There is also hardwood split and. ready for the fireplace. ^AUCTIONEER'S NOTE — The evening of Sept. 71h we are [ivtfr 4ViA Vt«n4 O Ll. _._— A.I_! t_ .. _••« .« > . ' .. ._ . Mrs. Wm. Bohi began her caching duties in the lLaurens school Tuesday. , Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer and boys, Mr. and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer and family were Sunday dinner guests of their mother, Mrs. : Ella Meyer. ;< Mr. and Mrs. George Harm Redfield, S. D. and Mrs. Clar Marlow were visitors at th Larry Holding .home Sunday. Shirley Schwietert left Sat urday for Iowa State University at r Ames to begin her junio year as a home economics ma jor. Shirley spent the summer working at a Dude Ranch near Rapid City, S. D. of the Fortnightly V ' aenB, Alsd VJfifttftg -fif- ents is John Bohi, ,Wfl.8hirtgbn, D. C. John has accepted ik, teaching positioh fit Grove City, Col* - ' lege-ftear . IW.I. and ATM at Atvucx b nilf£U3 and family arrived hofttfi Thursday evenihg after, a IS-dayfva 1 cation which lodk them thfdUgh ihe Bjack Hills and YelloW&tone National Pork, 'They alsV Visited with relative^ s and ffierids in Colorado ahd Nebraska. ,,' ' Mrs. Rudy Saatoff is a patient at St. Ann hospital, ,where, she Was taken Friday for medical care. Mrs. Marie Dreyer and Janice ' have rented the former L'illian Sheldon home from .Paul sKrue- ger and moved into it Sunday. Mrs. Dreyer is -able t6 be up and around on crutches. * Charlotte Long, Swea City, is the new beatuy operator at Thelma's Beauty Salon,' beginning her duties there Thursday. Miss Long is the daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Clarion Long",* former Burt residents. Weel<eid. hfl«te ",«fte* being w r Mfs.\ BOKjTelfOJ-d.' aru f^;ite'fMrfW : ,¥4lidfd , 'r>' Members Club will meet with Thecla Christerisen, Friday afternoon, Sept. 1. \ Val Gene Westling and Roger Shipler left Sunday for Fort Cnox, Kentucky where they will )egin six weeks of Military Training. Both are members of :he Algona National Guard. Val Gene is the son of Mr. and Mrs. laymond Westling..Roger is the ;on of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shiper. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley, Judy and Duane visited the daughter, Carilyn, at the Ralph Easton Cottage, Arnolds Park. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet took their son, Roger to Roches- Several From OftoseiiAreln Teaching Ranks Oitosen — There are many young folks from this community now in the teaching profession. Roger Madsen is teaching in the high school at Graettinger, Mrs. Howard Klemmej nee Wanda Jacobson,' is teaching fourth grade at Hubbard, Mrs. Conraa Johnson is teaching kindergarten at Twin Rivers grade school a Ottosen, Patty Struthers is teaching second grade at pttosen and Martha Usher is teachinc second grade at the Lincoln school at Eagle Grove. Mrs. Larry Rigler, the. formei Judy Struthers, is teaching at Indianapolis, Indiana, Paul Wat- nem is teaching in the high school 'at Klemme, John Larson, lusbaftd of the former Marilyn ..arson, is at Carter Lake ; teach- ng athletics 'and social Studies n the junior high school,, ; and Jon Lange who' is married to the brmer Marilyn Long, is telach- ng .at the high school at Ayr- hire. ' "',.-. AUUTIOWEEH'S NOTE — The evening of Sept. 71h we are toOK lnelr son ' Ko & er to Roches- selling the best 2 lols, we think, with a'home on the very popular ter . Thursday, where he had a South Silver Lake, south of Fairmont. The situation being as is, check - u P on his ears. -• — . — -———• i» ^ ••«*«•«»( »T **** cb **Miii.v vi* ,1110 v(sjcy pupuiox South Silver Lake, south of Fairmont. The situation being as is, it will probably be bought for cqnsld«ab,ly lest than its value. So be sure to be there — Wedel and Xliark. Usual Auction Terms No Properly Removed Until Settled For : Not Responsible For Accidents , MRS. PETER JENSEN, Owner Wedel &. Clark, Aucl. Attorney Chris Erickson. Fairmont. Clerk Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs; Harold .Bjustrom, Whittemore, are enjoying a vacation in the Ozarks. The Davis small son, Lenny, is staying with his grandparents, the Darrell McFarlands, during his . parent's absence. Visiting at the home of their parents, Rev. and Mrs. William Bohi, are Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bohi and four children of Pas- SCHOOL HAS OPENED SO _ 'DRIVE CAREFULLY YOU may be responsible for a childs health or life. Observe these rules for "School's Open" Traffic safety. 1. DON'T ever exceed the legal speed limit; when near a school district reduce you speed . . . Drive Slower I 2. NEVER pass a stopped school bus from either direction. There may be a child think about oncoming cars I 3. ALWAYS slow down at intersections and alleys. Children don't always stpp to thing about oncoming cars I 4. STOP for all specially marked school crossings. Children recognize these a« their safety-way to cross the street I 5. DON'T ever let your attention wander from the ( oad. An alert driver is a careful driver! Security State Bank MEMBER OF F.D,I,C. ALGONA Attend Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Mike 'Coyle -and Mrs. Donald Brandhoij of Bradgate attended funeral services for James Hill at Estherville Saturday. Mr. Hill and Mr. Coyle were World War I buddies. Brother Weds Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson and family attended 4he wedding of his brother, Richard Thompson, to Joan Waldschmidt at the Catholic church at Whittemore Saturday. Howard Thompson was best man and his daughter, Holly, was flower girl. Uncle Passes Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellickson and his mother, Mrs. Hannan Hellickson of Hardy went to Chicago Monday. On Tuesday they atended funeral services for Mr. Hellickson's uncle, Mark Mrs. Ted Perry entertained Thursday afternoon for her daughter Dawn's third birthday Guests were Mrs. Bernard Wichtendahl and Leonard, Mrs. How r ard Thompson and children, Mrs Glenn Hellickson and children of Havelock, Mrs. Merle Ludwig and children of Rutland and Mrs Hannah Hellickson of Hardy , Mr. and Mrs. Donald Usher and daughters were Thursday supper guests at the Harold Hen- nkson home at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Doern. i n e left Aug. 13 for a four-day trip They drove through Minn, to Kenora, Canada and came back thorugh Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Worster accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Merle L a £ lo ,L° f _ B ' <a , d <? ate to the Ja, at Nevada jnsatn,;, Mf^ftnd Mrs. Percy ,Wa|ttehtj Mi 1 .'' '*£hd Mrs Ahtdne- JS$idi 4 %%Edwirt aha Mr. and Mrs/Wii-glf/ Struthers afid family,,, [*;<*'„ f\«- f The tfhiteH. fleWytllrian Women met..Friaay' rf with;Mrs. Alfred Schultz r at-( hostess. Mrs. Schultz read ° .scripture 'and,'thb lesson was given 1 by f 'Mr,<'Hikada, 1 student -pastor, .•>;'«. , Mr, and MM. Hikada and family, left -Monday fbr Dubuque University wher& he will complete a semester, then enter the seminary. He ,'Has served- the Prsbyterian- church' here during August, ' living .at the Richards apartment, i • , Mr. and MrsV'Ted Perry and Dawn left. Friday for their home at Long Beach; Calif. They spent the summed-here with her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Howard Hellickson. . Mr. and Mrs. ,Roy Jacobson accompanied Mr. and'Mrs. Robert White of. Sioux. City on- a two- week vacation trip through ten western states and into Canada. They traveled 5,000 miles. Mrs. Jacobson, returned to her duties as postmaster Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard ,Loos and daughter, of Davenport visited hisfather, Raymond Loos M> «td «5AiiMV : L6^Jfe.; turned home Tuesday /SfterV Visiting a", week, at thfc Robert' £. Lee,hom'e .at", Ttilsa,, Okla. ahd atJthe. Ralph Dav'id'hpme afA'f ten, 6kla. Mr. and Mrs. Knui- Gppedahl fend sons were' Sunday ~,vlsH!Drs at the hofte df his n$thjf» B"ertha " " " Ledfafd 4- Mr. aHd Mfs, fiotf Fenrtema of •Minneap'diit ai% the parents,, of <a girl b8rn* at' the Lutheran Hospital in Minneapolis. She weighed 6 Ibs. 11 # 02. and has been named Cherie Kay. Mrs. Fenrierrta la the - former Ruth ; WalleMhe,- This is; their first chiia. , '' ... PBAflS • Mr. R. J. Nazerene of Dallas Center has la peai* tree that is filled with iruit. 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CEILING TILE You don't have to be a Handy, Andy to do a perfect job of »». stalling acoustical tile on art old o» new ceiling. We'll feu m ^ easy way and we'll get you itarttd right. For quietness and beauty, there's nothing like an *cou»tfca} ceiling. Come in soon and *•« th* many new designs for every ream in your home. Use our budff* plan. : BRONSON SIRVICI wwm Carpeting - Draperies At Bjystrom's y py can see all three matched In perfect balance, No guesswork! Our decorating consultant will help you! YOU CAN BE SURE YOU'RE RIGHT . . , . When you buy at EASY TERMS FRii DUST PROOF VAN DIUYiRY! Custom Drapery by decorating consultant IASY TIRMS ESTABUSHEP 1925

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