The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1960 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 15, 1960
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Shirley Wagner Of SI. Joe Is Nov. 5 Bride ; St. Joe — St. Joseph's Church wns the sotting of a pretty \vt-dd- ing' Saturday. Nov. 5 at 9 a.m. Vk'hcn Shirley Wagm r, daughter oC Mr and Mrs George Wagner. became the bride of Don Brofrr, son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Brofer. Fort Dodw. Rev. I,r-o C. Schumacher officiated nt Hie double ring ceremony and the minlial high mass. Acolytes \verc Howard Friders. Thomas Wagner, John Illg and Mike Reding. ; The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a chapel length gown with brush tjrain of pure silk organza. The neckline was set with irridescent Sequins. The bodice was fnshion- Qrt with embroidery. Vertical embroidered panels swept from the: \};aistline into the full skirt. The bridal cap was of lace and seed p*carls and held a fingertip veil of illusion. She carried a cascade bouquet of Fiegie mums. - Corrine Kayser, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. The groom was attended by John Wagner, brother of the bride. Virgil Wagner, cousin of the bride and Harold E. Zicms of Fort Dodge were ushers. ! Following a 10-day trip through southern states they will be at home in Fort Dodge. On Jan. 1. Mr Brofer will begin his duties on the Fort Dodge police force. Mrs Brofer will continue as an employee at the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. in Humboldt. Plan Bake Sale C. D. of A. met Wednesday evening with Mary Jane Onger, grand regent, presiding. There is a bake sale scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 20, in St. Joseph's hall with coffee, juice and rolls served. Committee in charge will be Mrs John Hilbcrt, Mrs Nick Bor- rnann, Mrs John B. Reding, Mr? Orville Wagner, Mrs Alfred Reding, Mrs Delano Grimm, Mrs Ray Berte, Mrs Frank Bormann and Mildred Bormann. , A Day of Recollection will be sponsored by the court and is bchcduled for Dec. 4 with Mrs Clarence Bormann, Mrs Joe Sin- f nweir and Mrs Edward Tnilgca, ' in charge of arrangements. On Dec. 14th, the annual Christmas party with a gift exchange will be held. , Following refreshments, a social hour was held with Mrs James Stahl and Mrs Milford Palthe receiving prizes in 500. Alma Illg received the plate prize. Committee in charge included Mrs Henry Zeimet, Mrs Ifeqb Bormann, Mrs Anton Becker, Mrs Peter Zeimet, Mrs Connie ( Kohlhaas and Mrs Tom Mc- iKeown. Award Night Set " Extension meeting and 4-H 'Award Night, will be held in St. •Joseph's school Wednesday even- $ng, Nov. 16, at 8 p.m. with Gar- 'iield and fliverdale townships participating. An extension coun- rcil representative is to be elected •for Riverdalo township. „. The community is invited to "attend and see 4-H members rc- 1 ceive awards for special achievement in 4-H; these include -blue • ribbon record books, long time "Iccord books, 100% attendance and all special projects. •" Members of the extension staff, "Dean Barnes, Robert Johnson and Avis Lettow, will be present ^'at the election meeting to explain t.procedure and assist in present- "ing awards. rx. Mrs Cecelia Reilly, Janesville, ''Wise., underwent major surgery ^and is in serious condition. Mrs ^Reilly is a sister of Herman and ^'Charles Plalhe of here and Mrs 3Petcr Mertz of West Bend. "' Mrs Rosa Stattelman and Mr •Tpnd Mrs Edward Thilgcs from •-here and Mr and Mrs Joe Voll- ,,rner from Bancroft attend fun• eral services for Ferdinand Stat- 'lelman, 76, at Milroy, Minn. ^Monday morning. " Rev. Francis Illg and Pearl I'JNamer from Ogden were Monday visitors" at the home of Mr '/and Mrs George Wagner. Darrel and David Kirsch, sons , of Mr and Mrs Gerald Kirsch of ',. Wesley, have been spending 1 several weeks here with their pa- .ternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs •••Peter Kirsch. ! RiVerdale Rustler's 4-H clubs ( &t$ sponsoring a roller skating ! pajty in the Star Roller Rink at '' Algona Friday evening, Nov. 18 T with the public invited, i Mr and Mrs Frank Bormann 'and Mr and Mrs Maurice Reding . Iff t Wednesday for Washington. ' D. C, to attend the wedding of { Louella M. Bormann and Allen . Cannon Saturday, Nov. 12. Miss J Bormann is,.the daughter 'of Mr i and Mrs Frank Bormann and a sister of Mr Maurice Bormann. ' A reception will be held Tues• •day at 7 p.m. in the Legion hall at L4yertfiore for Mr and Mrs 'Allen Cannon of Washington, and Mr and Mrs Karel Boiv of Chicago, Karel Bor- of Chicago, Karel Bormann a eon of Mr and Mrs Frank help her observe her birthday. Alice, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bonnann. is a a student at fowa Universily. i Mrs Richard Tluil canu' hoim I from St. Joseph's hospital in Fort 1 l.Vd.uo Monday. Jon ."Nicholas, infant s; on of Mr and Airs Kicii.r ;1 'I'liul. bi>ni Nov. ii. was brou.uiit home Friday.afternoon. Mrs Joe Sinmvell entertained her 500 club Thursday ..afternoon with Mrs Edward Zeiine't as a Prix.cs were awarded - In Margaret Rcidmiller. Mrs -John 13. Reding and Mrs John Thul. Mary Ball, mother of George Washington was bmn in Virginia. LONE ROCK Mr and Mrs Kulland Haxtei w<vr Sinnlay visitors in the- l!ob(.'(I B;;xU-r home ai Kuihvcn. Mr and Mrs Wallace liawcod and Kenny were Friday eveninj. 1 , callers in the 4 IIabenai Lynn Robert Miller, son of Mi and Mrs Bernard Miller of Lone Ruck, was baptized Sunday in ihe Lone Rock Presbyterian church with Rev. C. K. Nordino officiating. Mr and Mrs Holland Baxter visited Sunday evening in the Leslie Jia:.ter IlaioM (,t ii') Bub Warner, I Jack llanison, l)i\ V. K. Michaels and Di. Don I'.urst of Si. Louis' were Sunday breakfast guests in' .Mi'ield spent tlie weekend in were also guests. I'miald Houck home Mis Alice Danker and Waldo the Art riu'be home. Mr and Mrs li.iy Priebe of Feiitoil served Sunday dinner. The men come annually to fio pheasant hunting with tin; Priebes. The Lone Hock American Legion Auxiliary met Wednes- d;.y. Mrs Ralph Thompson, Mrs Jim Long and Mrs Ervin. Volleler \\ ere hi>'-;''S;.rs. Mr :,r,d Mrs Hay Snyder of The ba'iv w.i - name I kc- and family were Sunday i Hanker of Lester visited in the :• ,n the Dellieil h.uiie Mi Ait 1'rieho home. , M. ! 'I' ; 'e Lone Hock Prt-.-hytc-rinn ,:.vl /ii: ,I'..n l\i,i:!o\v :;'•• L.iclie.- Aid met Nov. .'!, Mrs C'. K N'oidine :,';\\-e the devotions ,<i\ ( | !;> : ,on, Mrs Albert Sliaser, Mrs Kenneth Jackson, Mrs Don,-i!,l Rlanc'narcl. Mis A. I). Ncw- !.idii|.;h and Mr-" Milton-Madison \1i ;m(l Mis K :l;'h SunMi "I Mr and Mrs John Colton spent the weekend in the parental Willis C'o'tto'i home. Mr and Mrs Wil- Si.mday VIK -Is Mr and M'-; hs C.lte-n atlende-.l the Iowa .', ^ : V.,.v.- -UK! r.,:,i'v -M,l Mi I S'.ite .0!:!ahoma football game 1 Mi ; ,l:m iYi:irio\v a-iU f.ini;''-' i at Ames. i\i,i! low. M i Mr and Mrs Wayne Decker weie Saturday evening callers in the Dairy] Householder home. Kenneth Jnckson and Angus Cut 11 in attended the Minn.-Iowa football game at Minneapolis. LcccsU-HCiub Has New Members And Officers The U-Go-I-Go 4-11 Club hold installation of officers and new numbers Nov. 2 at the V.F.W. Hall. NPW officers are President, Maureen O'Brien, vice.-presidcnt, Gretchcn Doim, secretary-trensu- er, Juanita Meyer, historian and reporter, Morlys LupUes, music chairman, Cheryl Carr, photographer, Gloria Joseph, health chairman, Rosemary Mino and waleiy chairman, Darla Carr. -, New members are Jean Abbott, Rosemary Bullock, Kathy Bestenlehner, Margaret and Yvonne Crowley, Debbie Laws, Carol Smith, Cindy Bradley and Jackie Erikscm. Mrs Opal Ankenbaiier, Mrs Fred Lupkes and Mrs Bob Canare the leaders for this year. The | club will -hold a workshop at the Joseph home Nov. Hi. ouitd The and Country Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR Olivrr Maiiey-Harrls AllU-Chalmen CMC Truckt Flrettona Tlr«s Phone CY 4-2421 Algona Bronson Building Service "Try Us And You'll Like Us" Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints MILL WORK I Builders' Hardware ^ Tools y SIOUX Tanks & s Cribs ff N. of Jet. Hwys. 1 18 & 169 1 Alqona - CY 4-4369 1 Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery Both Qualily And Service Store Located On Diagonal Street On CNW Tracks. Phone CY 4-3561 | Algona Buscher Brothers Implement in Algona, owned and operated by Gib and Dick Buscher, is going into its fifth year in serving the needs of the farmer. They feature sales and service for farm equipment. A relatively new business in the community, Buscher Brothers Implement is becoming known as the "Cornsheller Headquarters of Northwest Iowa". At their location at 1015 North Main Street, one block north of the Milwaukee d:pot, Gib and Dick are authorized dealers for nationally-known lines such as Minneapolis-Moiine, Papec and Kelley-Ryan equipment. The mechanics in the shop are well known in this area for (heir expert workmanship. Open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. six days a week, Buscher Brothers Implement serves both town and country in their sales and servicing. Come in soon and meet Gib and Dick and their staff who are always ready and equipped to serve your needs. YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR Algona Implement Co. Youi Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sales & Servic* D HI MTfUIIATIOlua HMHIIDU Phone CY 4-3501 Algona Meet Sylvester Arndo Sexison Mr and. Edward Bormann »!*»»* Sunday ip AUce fcJujE!, Bwjiiujui to I'S Algona Refrigeration REFRIGERATION TELEVISION . PHILCO Itelrlgeratoft Fraazers Television Ranges Radios Alr-Cpndltioning • Commercial Refrigeration Phone CY 4-2693 Algona WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK TO MEET A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR Th ; s week's Country Neighbor. Sylvester Andorfer, 47, v.-ho farms a io'.al of 380 acres three m:les'north of Sexton, is a li.fe-ior.g residr-,?t of Kcxisuih county, and he. thoroughly erjcys q::ioral l?rminn. H? is F son of Mr and Mrs Joe Arrdcrfer, elro lifr-long county residents who farm a half- nvle souih of Sylvasler. Ky'.vis't.'. owns a bsro BO-c-cr* farm and rents 300 acres adjacent. He and his wife, Luella, live in a horns on the rev!lt-d farm. During 19EU. he raised 190 acres ox corn, 30 a-:;-os of cats nnd 13 acrss of beans. There is also some p?rm;>npnl pasture rnd heyland available. During an av- eirge year, Mr Arndorfer raises 125 spring pigs and 100 fall p-gs for r,:ii-kei. he also has 10 sio^k cows and raises calves lor markfi. Bern north of Wesley, Sylvester hos been north of Sjxicn for Ihe pasi sav3n years. Prior to that, he farmed Eoulhwesr of Algona and near Burl for 10 years. Mrs Arndorfer is the former Luella Roeihler, daughter c: Mrs Veronica Roeihier, Algona. She and Sylvester met w;isn Jhe Arndorfcrs and Hoeihlers lived in the same farm- in3 neighborhood southwest of Algona. They were married in isfov. 1907 and will observe Iheir wedding anniversary this year on Thanksgiving Day. Mr Arndorfer is a member c /ho i£Cs ?nd Mrs Arndorfcr a member of the C. D. of A. BoJh attend S'.. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. One ci Mrs Atn;o--i-£r's rm.n chores is caring for 300 pullets and 2.0 old liana en ths farm. T.Yi Aridc'-f;rs have iwo children. They are Shirley (M-s Kd fled.iig 1 , an Aigona telephone oporaior, and Roger, who \v:ni Jo Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Oct. 1 for s^x months i.^'.-jing as ; m-.mber of ihe National Guard. Mr Arndor- f'-r's bi-ner, Fidslis (Mr; Albert Gould), lives ai Jacobson, M tin. (U'DM. PC arq.d Pliolo-Engiaving). Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To f>«tT« You Plumbing - Healing Sheet M«U1 Gas or Oil UsUH Pumps Water Systems Complete Fixtures *>tMM CY 4-9C40 Algoo* Beecher Lane Appliances "WhAio Th» FAMOUS NAMES Greet You" In TELEVISION WeilinghoUM In APPLIANCES WestlnghoUM Frigidalre Young»tow» Phone CY 4- A'flons | Robinson Construction Co. ES | Sioux Steel Building^ g Building Construction a 3 Snyder Refrigeration & I I Air Conditioning Service| I "Qualily In Service" g 1 24 Hour Service 333 South Sample = I PHONF r.v <- ( >702 Algona si Carrier Carrier Trane Mark IV Frigiking m Kelley Lumber Co. "Our Business Is Building" Near Milwaukee Depot i Algona • LUMBER • PAINT • CEMENT Cullen Hardware Your" Our Own "Hardware Store" A Complete Line Of H«»dware • Houseware* • Tools • Bldg. Supplies Phone CY 4-4630 ALGONA Algona Flour & Feed | Complete Service For the Farmei § ALQONA FLOUHS FEED CO. Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Moline - Kelly-Ryan - Papee New Idea Farm Machinery • Sales • Service • Friendly ft Courteous Always N. Main Si. Phone CY 4-3451 Taylor Implement Co. and Taylor MERCURY For size, strength, 8 long life and ease 1 of building, insist 1 on = — SIOUX — I Another advance- B ment in easier 1 farming. g £. E, Robinson g E«it On Hwy, II I Phone CY 4-3374 § Fine Cart •nd a full Una of New and Uwd farm 1. I. Case-Mercury Kewanee Phone CY 4-?«T

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