The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1967 · Page 7
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S-Algona (la.) Upper De* Moines Thursday, Nov. 16, 1967 Portland Area Girl Is Wed October 28 PORTLAND -Janet Buffington, daughter of the fllo Buffingtons, was married to Carey Remus, son of Mr. and Mrs. GerhardtRemus of Wlnthrop, Minn, Oct. 28 at 1 p.m. In the Titonka Methodist Church. Rev. Paul Hansen officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Jack Stransky, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Cecil Strehle and Jane Buffington. Roger Totman was best man. Groomsmen were Robert Peters and Robert Meuller. Tammy Meuller was flower girl and Dean Stransky served his aunt as ringbearer. Mrs. Richard Endicott was the bride's personal attendant. Ushers were Victor Kolbaske, Roger Buffington, Roy Miller and Jon Buffington. Eldora Remus was at the guest book. A reception for 270guests was held in the Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Giesking of Titonka were dining room hosts. Punch was served by Bonnie Remus and Ann Buffington. Cake was cut and served by Mrs. Ray Klenk and Mrs. Donald Buffington. Mrs. Victor Kolbaske and Mrs. Paul Heath poured coffee. Gift attendants were Mrs. Richard Buffington, Mrs. Wayne Westphal, Linda Smidt and Karen Bruns. The bride is a graduate of Titonka High School, Mankato Commercial College and has been employed at Mankato. The groom graduated from Winthrop High School and Mankato Commercial College and is presently employed in Minneapolis. Alter a short wedding trip to Canada, the newlyweds will be at home in Hopkins, Minn. Nome Chairman, Plan USO Drive At Lone Rock LONE ROCK - Mrs. Erich Seegebarth has been appointed U.S.O. campaign chairman for the town of Lone Rock and is now working out the details of a house- to-house drive to be conducted during the month of November which has been designated as U.S.O. month. The chairman, in accepting the appointment said, "This is the very least that we at home can do for our servicemen, many of whom are our neighbor, friend or relative. They are risking their lives daily so that we may enjoy the many freedoms which we have and too often, take for granted." - o - Callers Wednesday at the Frank Flaig home were Mr. and Mrs. Max Flaig of West Beach, Va. Max is still in the Navy and a member of the band. He, his wife and boys, visited this past week with friends and relatives in the community. Other callers were Mrs. Glen Burt, and Mrs. KLEINS FARM SUPPLY recognizes as OUTSTANDING Allen Darby LuVerne, Iowa Shown above is Allen Darby of Lu- Verne, la., feeding his second-litter sows.. Allen has had very good results with his sow herd using the Wayne Sow Program. Twenty-three gilts produced 235 uniform large pigs. He fed 2 Ibs. Wayne Sow Blox to gilts while on pasture up to 10 days prior to breeding. The Wayne Flushing ration was then started and fed for 15 days. During gestation he fed 3 Ibs. Wayne Sow Blox. Seven days before farrowing he switched to the Wayne Farrowing Diet. Kleins Farm Supply congratulates Allen Darby for his good results on this program. For more information on the WAYNE SOW BLOX PROGRAM Contact: WAYNE FEEDS KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Good Neighbors At Burt Friends and neighbors of Don Strayer, who farms In Union township southeast of Burt, swarmed to his place early Saturday morning and picked and stored the corn from 25 acres. The photo above shows a crew of the men present unloading and elevating corn Into a snow fence enclosure. Mr. Strayer was rushed to Buffalo Center hospital for an emergency appendectomy Wednesday. Mrs. Walter Campney, who lives nearby, heard about It and organized the work party and a food committee which reported for duty Saturday. Men doing the work included Howard Sigsbee, Wayne Mann, Don Riebhoff, Don Madsen, Eugene Lovstad, Phillip Lovstad, Charles Dearchs, Kenneth Strayer, Rudy Peter, Quinten Bjustrom, Billy Gifford, Richard Campney, Earl Ackerman, Melvin Alt, Walter Campnev and Arnold Skadburg of the Burt Coop., and Bonnie Puffer, hired by Melvin Rieken, also helped. Women who prepared and served dinner were the Mosdames Walter Campney, Kenneth Strayer, Clifford Lovstad, Quinten Bjustrom, Billy Gifford and Richard Campney. Others who sent food were Mrs. Ella Sigsbee, Mrs. Bill Madsen, Sr., Mrs. Earl Ackerman, Mrs. Raymond Walker and Mrs. Melvin Alt. (UDM Newsfoto) Fred Rath, Swea City. Mrs. Fern Krueger had as guests Wednesday evening for a belated birthday party for Mrs. Esther Flaig, Tena Jensen and Mesdames Bernice Jensen,- Edith Cotton, Maxine Jensen, Beulah Lee, Anna Mitchell, and Martha Peterson. They enjoyed lunch at Van's in Algona then returned to the Krueger home. Edward Schmidt, son of the Robert Schmidts, is spending a week in the home of his parents. Edward is working in Griffith, Ind. Mrs. Evelyn Earing and Mrs. Glen Householder arrived home after a month's vacation in California. They and Mrs. Howard McChesney of Van Nuys, Calif., who has been here visiting relatives and friends, flew from Omaha to Van Nuys where they spent some time at the McChesney home. They also spent a week at Shell Beach with the Dale Ear ings. On the stop at Omaha they visited at the Paul Englens and on the return they visited with the Darrel Householders, Omaha. Lenore circle will meet Nov. 16 at 2 p.m. at the Roger Jensens, with Mrs. William Marlow assisting. Mrs. Robert Fortney has the lesson. Ruth circle will meet with Tena Jensen. Mrs. Harlan Blanchard has the lesson. Fern circle meets with Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough. Mrs. Dennis Prlebe has the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen and Brenda, Albert Lea, visited this weekend at the home of their parents, the Roy Jensens and Robert Hannas. Weekend guests at the Jim Marlow home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Jensen and family, Hackensack, Minn. The Merton Larsons and boys, Mason City, were weekend guests at the Dennis Priebe home. The Ladies 500 Club met at the Legion hall Nov. 15 for a potluck. E iiiiuiiiiniiiiiiuiumHW^ Burt News iiMiuniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiintji Mrs. Estella Johnson and family, all of Ft. Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Westling, BarnumjMr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gangsted, Badger; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gilliland and family, Ft. Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. George Westling and family, Jackie and Rita Volk allofHum- boldt; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Shipler, Pocahontas; Mr. and Mrs. Valgene Westling and family, Algona; and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Westling and Vickie, Burt. A familv turkey <1inner was held at the home of Bill Gifford on Sunday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Presthus, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow, Doug and Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Marlow and family, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gifford and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gifford and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips, Sexton, and Mrs. Ami Harvey, Algona. The occasion honored Mr. Gifford's birthday anniversary. Mrs. Doris Holtapp, Pomeroy, came Friday and visited until Monday with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler. . Mr. and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer, Terry and Brenda were Sunday dinner guests of his mother, Mrs. Ella Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Marlow, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Presthus, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gifford and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gifford and family brought ice cream and a decorated birthday cake to help their father, Bill Gifford, celebrate his birthday anniversary on Thursday evening. Final rites were held at the Good Hope Lutheran church, Titonka, Saturday for Ray Welp, 70. Attending from Burt were Mrs. Kate Groen, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Devine, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dixon, Mr. ajid Mrs. Melvin Langfitt, also Mr. and Mrs. Richard Groen, Mr. and Mrs. Art Groen, Mr. and Mrs. John Groen, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gettman, Algona. Mr. Welp was Mrs. Kate Groen's brother and an uncle to the others. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER FIBERGLASS TANK Lightweight, Strong as Steel Phone 295*5206 Algona, fowa I Joel Ronald Bishop was received itito the Lutheran church by baptism Sunday morning at St. John's Lutheran church. Joel is the son of Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Bishop. Sponsors were an aunt and uncle, JoAnn Firehammer, St. Josephs, Mich., and James Crawford, Green Bay, Wise. Weekend guests at the Bishop home for the occasion were Joel's grandparents, Mr. andMrs.Dar- rell Bishop, Benton Harbor, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Hy Firehammer, St. Josephs, Mich. Other guests included JoAnn and Eunice Firehammer, St. Josephs, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford, Green Bay, Wise., and Lorene .Naiechteiiein, St. Josephs, Mich. Merle Schwietert, who is hospitalized at the Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, underwent major surgery on Wednesday, Nov. 8. His wife, who accompanied Helen Schwietert and Lorena Roark to Ft. Dodge, remained with her husband for several days. The daughter, Patricia, a registered nurse, also came from Des Moines to be with her father. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler entertained at dinner on Sunday honoring the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. Shipler' s sister and uncle, Mrs. Doris Holtapp, Pomeroy, and Oscar Westling, Ft. Dodge. Other guests were Mrs. Oscar Westling, Lawrence Westling, Mrs. Elsie Nelson, f GOOD NEIGHBORS TO KNOW Aruithei (iehl liist! New. optional Mix-All tank o^mod- cm libei ul.is< lemloncd plastic the spaco-age.building-' material. Advantages: tank is strong as steel, yet'weighs 1 , as much; rust-proof > not aficclcd by salt or minerals); permanent molded-in white color won't scratch, peel or require re-painting; smooth interior sides reduce feed bridging, allow foster unloading; insulates better, reduces moisture condensation. OTHER GEHL MIX-ALL FEATURES: • 66 thin, steel hammers that CUT ... not POUND to give you a uniform grind. • Semi-suction fan draws materials through screen quickly. • Feed aerator cools all nulled ingredients. Prevents caking. • Swinging auger feeder uniformly loads the mill at your choice of speeds. - Come in! See the Cu-hl Mix-All with new fiberglass tank. Financing umilublc. Make us Prove it with a Demonstration! JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT ALGONA AROUND THE TOWN & COUNTRY Meet Marvin Kramer Of Algona • This week's Country Neighbor is Marvin Kramer, who o\yns and " farms 200 acres three '''miles southwest of Algona. He and his family have been on this place since 1961 and prior to that farmed in the St. Joe vicinity. Marvin had 71 acres of corn, 15 acres of oats and 50 acres of beans, with the balance government acres, pasture and hay land. He normally raises 500 laying hens, has eight milk cows, feeder cattle and 400 hogs for market, enjoys fishing and welding as hobbies and is a member of the American Legion and KCs. Harvesting is his favorite job, but he also enjoys working on machinery. A granary was added to the place last year. Mrs. Kramer is the former - -"Irene Eischeid, daughter of Mr. •-and. Mrs^Alqy^s Eisclieid, who " fa'fm fi'ieW "Algona, too. She was born here and married Marvin Aug. 29, 1950. Irene is a member of the Legion Auxiliary and sewing, music and fishing are her hobbies. She also spends a lot of time housekeeping, for the Kramers have eight children, two daughters, Elaine, 13, and Nancy, 8; and six sons, Gordon, 15, Martin, 11, Allen, 9, Linus, 6, Jerome, 5, and Donald, 1 1/2. Mr. Kramer has two brothers, Andrew, Bode; and Vernon, Livermore; and two sisters, Adeline, Mrs. Clarence Marso, West Bend; and Marjorie, Mrs. Kenneth Kneirem, Des Moines. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumbing • Hentlng . .Sheet Metal Gas or Oil Units ~"~ Tumps Water Systems Complete Fixtures Phone 295-3640 ALGONA Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester. Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS SALES & SERVICE Phone 295-3501 ALGONA I Y tf ,±i--~«-Jr **«! TfteTT/uut^ma^ft o^ Quafota The Quality Name In Farm Equipment" East of Algona on Highway 18 ERNIE WILLIAMS JOHN DEERE ... a most trusted name in farm equipment . . . located on U.S. Highway 18, just at the east edge of Algona. "Service that Satisfies" is not just our slogan, it's a guarantee. Fpr tractors implements or parts, we can assure you of the finest. ' ' You're welcome to drop in anytime. We'll be glad to demonstrate our equipment, and we'll be more than glad to answer any questions you may have^. Remember, "You're a neighbor, not a stranger" at ERNIE WILLIAMS JOHN DEERE. ERNIE WILLIAMS Your John Deere Headquarters In Algona Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Moline - Kelly-Ryan - Papec New Idea Farm Machinery f Sales • Services 9 Friendly/ & Courteous Always N. Main St. Phone 295-3451 Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery BOTH QUALITY & SERVICE Located east of Algona on . highway 10. Phone 295-3561 ALGONA Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tirei GEHL STANHOIST OLIVER CMC trucks FIRESTONE tires Phone 295-2421 ALGONA

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