The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1960 · Page 20
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T 4-Alflona (la.) Upper PM Moin»< Tuesday, June 14, I960 Carol Zumac/i, Whittemore, Bride Of Des Moines Man Whittemore — Carol Lee Zu- rnach of Des Moines, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach of Whittemore and Michael Grimm son of Mr and Mrs Clifford Brimrn of Des Moines, exchanged wedding vows Sunday afternoon. June 5, at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore. The double ring ceremony took place at 3 o'clock with Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiating. Preceding the ceremony Reuben Butzke church organist phiyed the organ nuptial music. Mrs Paul Connor of Glidden was soloist. Escorted 1o the altar by her father, the bride was attired in a gown of white silk organza and chantilly lace, bands of chantilly lace in petal -effect on the skirt and Cathedral train with scoop neckline trimmed with tiny seeded pearls and irridescent sequins. Her veil of imported English illusion net was held in place with a Queen's crown of rhinestones and seeded pearls. She wore a pair of small pearl earrings and carried a Cascade bouquet of white orchids, carnations and stephanotis. Attending as maid of honor , was Beverly Zumach. sister of the bride. Jean Zumach of Whittemore, sister of the bride, and Mary Meyer, a cousin of the bride of Des Moines, were the bridesmaids. Daniel Grimm of Des Moines. brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Dale Lang and Gary Herrick of Des Moines were the groomsmen. Allen Zumach of Whittemore and Kay McKim of Perry were ushers. Following the ceremrJny a reception was held in the church parlors. A three tiered wedding cake adorned the bride's table. Twila Jergens, cousin of the bride was in charge of the guest book. Mrs Melvin Rocber of Whiltemore and Mrs William Halverson of Dcnison cut the cake. Mrs Victor Dau of Whittemore and Mrs W. D. Gardner of Perry poured. Kitchen help included Mrs Lorenz Gade, Mrs Edwin Greinert, Mrs Lester Baas and Mrs Ralph Walker of Whittemore and Mrs Merlyn Wegener of Spencer. Table waitresses, Marlene and Gloria Walker, Ann Vaudt, Ann Baas, Lorraine Butzke and Luann Meyer. The bride graduated from the Whittemore hi^h school and also from A.I.B. College in Des Moines, and has been employed with the Garmer Construction Company in Des Moines. The bridegroom is a graduate of Perry high school and is employed by the John Deere Co. in Ankeney. • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings Memorial visitors" with Earl, Violet and Luella Swiger were Mr and Mrs Harold Arndt and Sharon, Comfry, Minn., Mr and Mrs Harold Loy, Ames, Mr and Mrs George Mount family, Mrs Mabel Mount, Owatonna, Minn., Mr and Mrs Ralph Consoer, Fort Dodge. Sunday visitors in the parental Frank Gronbach home were the W. Dale Bray ton's of Sheffield. Mrs Brayton, Jeannie, Dale, Diane .and Patty remained for a week's visit. Diane Neville of Ames spent a week with her grandparents Mr and Mrs Arthur Dimler. Mr and Mrs Harold Hunt and Lois of Algona called Sunday evening on Mrs Kate Barton and ' Mrs Clara Wolf. Mr and Mrs William Gray and .children, Eagle Grove, visited her parents the Ralph Dimler's Monday. Mr and Mrs James Doak and Nita Sue of Ogden visited relatives here Memorial Day. Weekend guests of Henry Loer• wald were his son Charles Loerwald and his fiance Maiy Lou .Garnet of Cedar Falls. >' Mr and Mrs W. C. Saxby, ' Kansas City, Kansas, were Memorial holiday visitors with their ''•daughter Mr and Mrs Gordon * 'Gregory and boys. , ' Harold Burgess, Jr., Perry, spent ' the holiday weekend with his /^parents the Harold Burgess, Sr., ' j^tfamily. •^f -Jess Lindebak, Pequot Lakes, "i'ldinn., arrived for the holiday '"ifhyetek 8t his home here with Mrs ilJLindebak. a?T 'r and Mrs Jack Guy, Mr and _„ William Prior spent the hol- jay weekend on a fishing trip. Callers in the John Stampka Sunday were Mrs Thelma and Dickie, Webster City Mr and Mrs Adrian Goehring, Moines. , rry Groh, Perry, was a hoi- visitor with his mother aod lilrs Marjory Groh and Gramenz returned from ' hospital, Des Moines, Was a surgical patient. and Mrs Clif Richardson orial Day visitors with in the s Lawr- Borne were Mrs wu- Mr and Mrs Frances Pitlick of Cedar Rnpids. The Pitlirk? and Bill Wicketts wc-nl to Rsipidan, Minn., for n few days fishing. Jack cheese, sometimes -known as Monterey cheese, originated in Monterey county, California, HECOTID During her first eight years of school at St. Pauls, in Di- fianVe. Jane Gross did not miss flav. RETIRED M. R. Britton of Atlantic recently retired after 41 years as manager of the Green Bay Lumber Co. there. He had spent nearly 40 years in the lumber business. TEACHER Mrs Myrtle Carlson of Madrid recently retired after 34 years in the teaching profession. Begin ASC Check On Land Under Government Help The annual job of checking performance on farms participating in the acreage allotment, price support, and conservation reserve programs in Kossuth county is now beginning, it was reported this week by Richard I. Anderson, Chairman of the county ASC committee. The work is being clone by one reporter who is hired on o seasonal basis and specially trained for acreage measurement work. Chairman Anderson urged cooperation of all farmers in assisting the reporter with their work. Farmers, he said, , can help by having someone who is familiar with the farm available to help the reporter if the operator is away. Crops being measured at this tilfle in the county ; are Wheat and Conservation Reserve Acreage' Allotments. The job of the reporter is to outline planted acreage on an aerial photograph. The photograph is returned to the county office where the acreage is computed by the office staff by means of a planimeter, an instrument which accurately computes the area outlined. The county ASC office should be notified whenever farm land which involves an acreage allotment or a conservation reserve contract is bought or sold, it was also pointed out this work hy Richard I. Anderson, chairman of the Kossuth county ASC committee. There are certain regulations concerning the combination and division of farms which must bo carried out whenever land with acreage allotments changes hands. Notification of the county office will enable tho necessary changes to be made on office records. ; From Charleston, S. C., to Snn Diego, Calif., a distance of 2,152 miles is the shortest distance across the United Stales Mr and Mrs E. R. Winter of Wnpollo recently finished their twrnty-third year 'in college whon their youngest son, David Kraclunle'd from the University of Iowa school of Medicine. They have four children, nil of whom hnvt: nrnduntcd from college within the past 23 years. WALKING Robert James Exceen of Stien- andouh, son of Mr and Mrs James Exn.'cn bt-Knn walking at the age of five months. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT NEIGHBORS GOOD KNOW TO Around The Town and Country ^IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUllillllllllllllllW s Bradley Bros. South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires New Idea - Olivet _ Mastey-Harrl* g Allls-Chalmer* g CMC Trucks = Firestone Tire* = Phone CY 4-2421 1 Algona § IIHIUlil YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR -^-*^*r^i^r^s*ts^*f^~<^^^s^i*LS\^^^*r>^*>*r\^>>j^s^ N^^y^ P ^x^~i^vx-v^V(-vj->^^-.^N^-s^N^v^^ ( p^^%^^^N. Algona Implement Company sp^c-'T-'^ »• xv •"-^ •*.< 4. : **>.-.?* " . Bronson Building Service | "Try Us And You'll Like Us" | Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints | MILL WORK § Builders' Hardware s Tools H SIOUX Tanks & 1 Cribs g N. of Jet. Hwys. I 18 & 169 1 Algona - CY 4-4369 = pllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIl Ernie Williams Fai.4 Machinery ft Fin* Automobile! John Deere Store — Pontiac - Cadillac : 1 John Deer* Store ' on Diagonal St. at CNW Track* — Phone CY 4-35(1 Pontlac - Cadillac Garage at Showroom on Weit Stale St. — Phone CY 4-4681 Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sales it Service n 0 NM«inu RCA Freezer* fc Air-Conditioner* Phone CY 4-3501 Algona Seventeen years ago the International Harvester dealership in Algona became the property of two brothers, Walt and Deb Hall. In the intervening time, the Hall Brothers, doing business as ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO., have come to know a wide range of, friends and customers, and have seen their business expand into a fine, new modern concrete block structure with plenty of private parking and room for used machinery right at the front or side door, y.ou might say. £\ •*•«/,"' -.*- I The brothers came to Algona in March of 1943, and took over at the IHC location then at State and Jones. In October of 1947 they moved to their fine new home on Commercial Street, where their shop room is the finest and most ample in this area. As every farmer knows, ability to get parts is a "must", and the ALGONA IMPLEMENT parts department, with Glenn Snider and Earl Cooper behind the counter, is one of the largest in Northern Iowa. ! "Service IS Our Most Important Product" is the slogan of the ALGONA IMPLEMENT, which handles not only the International line but also supplemental equipment lines as well as power lawn mowers, boat motors, and lubricants of all kinds for tractors and machinery, and motors. The Hall 'Brothers and the ALGONA IMPLEMENT crew invite you to stop in — anytime! YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR "^•^^•'^•'^•'•^^•^•'•''•^*~^N^X*%*'N-*N^^XX''kJ-S^V Meet Ken Brandow of Rural Algona Algona Refrigeration REFRIGERATION - TELEVISION PHILCO Refrigerators Freezer* Television Range* Radio* Atr-Conditlonlng ft Commercial Refrigeration Phone CY 4-2SM Algona WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK TO MEET A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR Ken Brandow, shown here, is a lifelong resident of Kossuth county who has farmed in the vicinity of Algona for almost 20 years. For almost 17 of those years, he has farmed a 135 acre place located one mile west of Algona on McGregor street road. A son of Mr and Mrs Walter Brandow, Ken was born while the family lived on the home farm six miles south- .west of Algona. He attended rural school through the eighth grade and completed his high school education at Algona high school. He was married to Norm* Clawson, also an Algona high product, in 1941 in Missouri and Ken and Norma farmed for a couple of years'three miles west of Algona before moving to their present farm in 1944. They have three daughters, Barbara. 16. who will be a junior in the local high school, Kay 13. who will be in eighth grade, and Jean, 10, who will be in sixth grade here next fall. The girls are all active in band. Ken specialises intcorn and hogs. He feeds his own corn and supplements with commercial feeds. During the present growing season, he has 66 acres planted in corn, 32 in oats and 14 acres of soybeans. There are also 16 acres of hay land. A brother, Ellsworth, farms the home farm, another brother, Lloyd, lives at Fort Dodge and a sister, Mrs Harvey Larron, lives at Lone Rock. Neighborliness Is The Backbone of Good Business In Rural x And Urban Areas. Irons Heating & Plumbing Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumblnt * •tor Metal OM or on Beecher Lane Appliances "Where Tte FAMOUS NAMES OraM You" I» TCLCntlOH IB APPLIANCES OV4-M1I Kelley Lumber Co. "Our Business Is Building" • LUMBER • PAINT • CEMENT W* Aim to Plea** Near Milwaukee Depot - Algona IIIIIIIIIIIUHUIIIIIIIHUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllinHM Cullen Hardware Your" Our Own "Hardware Store" A Complete Line Of H**dwdr« • Housewarek • Tools • Bldg. Supplies Phone CY 4-4630 ALGONA IHIUIHIIltlHlWWWiWWUHIMIIUItyiHIIItyiHIIUIIllllMMiWj iiHHiiniHnRiifflnvinRininHiiiiiiRniniiiiiTra Algona Flour & Feed Complete Service For the Farmei • Sargent Fe*da • Fertilizer ALGONA FUOUUCCMO • , <. l' * i i. < V wjjTV*' 1 '?**' . '. '-! Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Moline - K0lly-Ryan - Papte N. Main St. Phone CY 4-3451 • SalM • Service • Friendly k Courteou* Alwaya MttilllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIi: Taylor Implement Co. and Taylor MERCURY Can •ad a full Uae of Mew M* Vetdtem J. I. CewMerewy Kewuee CY 4-I4W Algona And Kossuth County Neighbors Work Together For A Better Life.

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