The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1961 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1961
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f Married Sunday AtWhiftemore WhiHernorfl — Bi-enda Oade daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lorem Oade of Whittemore, became the bride of John Schamber, Kankakee, UK, son of Mr. and Mrs Herold Sehamber of Lakefield Minn, in a 3 p.m. double ring ceremony Sunday, July 23,, in St. Paul's Lutheran church. Rev Cleo Kautsch officiated. David Held, Waterloo, was or ganist and Elizabeth Reinboth soloist. • Escorted to the altar by hei father, the bride was attired in t floor-length gown of Camelol design ' of candlelight brocaded satin, fitted princess waistline semi-circle neckline edged in seeded pearls, long. . princest sleeves that came to points at the wrists edged in pearls, and full skirt. Her elbow-length 'English imported illusion veil ; was held in place by a flower" sfiapeo headpiece adorned . vvith; seeded pearls. Her jewelry was pearl earrings with matching.; tteck- lace, a gift from the bridegroom She carried a cascade bouquet of Pheleanopsis orchids -> and stephanotis. • . V : ., Myrna Reperding was maid of honor, Dorothy Koepp was bridesmaid and Rachel Gade junior bridesmaid. Fred Schamber was best man, David Gade was groomsman and John Johnson and Way'ne Gdde seated the 'guests. ".''} .! '•• ' -; ; .. ; A reception was- held for 150 guests in the church, basement following the ceremony. A. three?tier wedding cake, trimmed with white roses and ivy at the base of the- cake was served. , Table waitresses were Barbara and Beverly Wehrspan, Cleo Meier, Willetta Gade, Jane Schutte and Cheryl Ficken: Ruth Braatz was in charge of the guest book. Mrs, • Dennis Wehr span and Mrs. Harvey" Middlestead cut and aefved the cake. Mrs. Reuben Butzke and Mrs W. H. -Discher poured. Kitchen help: Mrs. Louis Braatz,*-'jMnf Roland Ostwald', Mrs. ; Ellsworth, Heidenwith,' Mrs. Marie Schmeling and Mrs. Harold Wehrspan of Fenton. • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas. Dunphy were dining room hosts. Luoillo .Gade, Ann Vaudt and Janice Wood opened and arranged the gifts. Mrs. Alvin.- Steerihart end Mrs. Gayle Meyer served punch The bridegroom attended ,Concordia high,school and, Teachen College Steward;. Nebf. 'Prese*nt- ly he is teaching the;, 3rd and 4th grades in 'St. Paul's Lutheran school at Kankakee, 111. The bride attended St. Paul's. Lutheran school in Whittemore and Concordia high school and Teachers College, Seward, Nebr. and the past year taught third grade - in a parochial school at Akron, Ohio. Upon 'their return from the wedding trip they will live at Kankakee, 111. Portland Twp. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levan of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Murphy of Lone Rock were Satr urday dinner guests at the Vincent and Lawrence Govern home. Mrs. May Deibler and Ralph Deibler of Windom, Minn, visited Saturday night and Sunday in the Clyde Moore home. Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf and Mrs. Gene Ringsdorf and boys visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson and family at Fenton Tuesr day. Mrs. Gene Ringsdorf and boys are spending a few days visiting in the Donald Ringsdojf and Henry Radmaker homes, Mr: and Mrs. George Gallon of Fairmonl were weekend guests in the Clyde Moore home. Harry Holm of Bancroft was a Sunday dinner guest in the Moore home. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Finer of Buffalo Center were Wednesday aflernoon visilors in Ihe Bernard and Chas. Phelps home. The A. L. Rasmussgns returned home Salurday from a 11 day trip lo Harrisburg, Penn, where Ihey visited their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ras- jnussen and Ijtle daughter, Kayla, yjicy .went on sight-seeing trips 'to' ; ' Hershey, Penn, and Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Rasmussen came home by way of Birmingham, Mich, where they visited the G. U. Fairbanks, Their lasl slop was at lowu City where Ihey visiled a daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hausrath and one year old Lisa. v Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Govern and Vincent Govern attended a family picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Murphy at Blue Earth Sunday. Sunday dinner guests in the Johnny Harms home were Mr. and Mrs. John K. Harms of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs, Rudolph Pe, ter, Shirley and Duane of Burt, . Mr and Mrs. Alfred Redenms and family of Titonka and Chuck Kline of Algona. The occasion was }n honor of the first birthi ' day of Dixie Harms, daughter, of the Johnny H. Harms. Mr. awi Mrs. Johnny #• Harms, Debbie and Dixie visite4 in U» Meyer home $m$W » Mrs. Qeqi'g? Peterson of a visitor of Mi's. . on and Mrs, Elizabeth went visiting '--in ' Fdr Thursday; • > '••; - ; -'- .• - • Mi-, and Mrs,tt*ty Fitch .Went tcj Britt Wednesday, where 'they- visited the Leo- Clarks- and Ghaa> dlark, , Mr. i and Mrs. filmed Efidkgon of Rodman were Suridfly dlnnei guests in the Home of Mrs. filizn abeth Kennedy in hondf' of Mrs ( Erickson's and Dickie's birth-) days. "A man celebrates' hfs bfrth^ day. by taking a day off! a woi rtiah by taking a year off." / t - . — ~— - — — Swea City Club abeth«..lteni!tedy. TuesdajN *, Mfs. Ri&hard. SaftiueT&rt; Shat4 Town Theatre ' Swea City — The Swea City Commercial Club has leased the; local theater from Elmer Svendsen, Alta. The theater, which has not been open for several years, will ,, be cleaned,, repaired and) IWfidf'ready for use by members] df , tti&Vctab .'ttWd' vdhmteer^ 6ft ttte •taifttitflty; '"'•, ' ' ' - ! .-I A&brdfnf •• tt» Jack Van Ho*. man, president of the group;- thci theater-Will be- a nonprofit or* gaftizatton' ;wlth -profits, when, made, to bemused in the form 6f sRows.' •' • . " Esther Charlote- Smith was hbribred by' a group of 60 rela* tive« af a-faretyett party Friday evening "at the 1 Methodist church Mfss'Srnitfi has sold her home tc the ? Russell Sonnebergs, newly 'weds, a,rid. Will make ' her • home' at Charles Cit'y Where she teaches vboal musk. • Barney- Parker has been elected president of the local Liont club to teplace Mel Krumm who with his family will move to Tripoli in August. • Installation of officers was held at the recent American Legion meeting in. Swea Cjty. Pau> Johnson "replaces Eddie Godfredson ( as corttmarider.' Mr and /Mrs F. C, 'Soderburfi attended services at Lakota Saturday for his sister, Mrs .Roba, Swea City, who died in a rest home In Estherville. Mr* Cynthia Lynn '$ daughter of TMiv and Mrs,. C Jaeobsen was, feafitized bjP fiev •Harold Mountain Sunday at 'the Lutheraft "ehufch, Sppftsorl s'werfc Mr, ahd Mrs. Eldort Jaeobsen o> Des Biolhes.. Following, ths'sw- vices, i diArter guests >at the'Merle Holt honie were the v Gleni> Ja- cqbserti*,,Mr. and Mrs. EldoH Ja^ cobsen' and family, Mr. and Mrs John Jaeobsen and. Rev. .and Mrs. Mountain.. Mr., and Mrs. Stanley firtoek- son and children of Milwaukee Wise, left Saturday to visit at the Fa'rrell Enockson home al Minneapolis, they spent a week here visiting*- his mother., Mrs Rena Enockson. Mrs. Le Roy Kleppe and Donald ^-Cit Eagle Grove also yisited /Mrs. Rena Enockson from Sunday until Wednesday. Mrs. Howard Thompson Was surprised on her birthday Thurs- day afternoon When the following ladies came t Mrs. Cletis Mun- dertmark, Mrs,. Darrel JQnes. Mrs. Louis Jatrobson, Mrs. Ted Perry, Mra. Howard Hellilkson and Mrs. I. E. Movick. Mr. and Mrs. 'Ralph Richards and Mrs. W. E. Hundertitmrk went to Rolfe Saturday evening to judge the amateur contest. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kropf be. came grandparents again' when a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kropf of Atlantic July 23. His name is Randall Scott. Mrs. Harvey Thorsen, .Clam, Thorsen, Mrs. Charles Welter anc" David and Mrs. Albert Thorsen visited at the Leonard Hansor. home at Mitchell, S. D. Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Egan of Ashby, Nebr. were Thursday and Friday visitors at the H. J. Nielsens. Mrs. Ashby is a sistei of Mr. Nielsen, Mrs. Florence Flanigan of Fort Dodge spent the weekend at the Nielsens. Ann Ludwig of Des Moines spent the weekend With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Lud wig. .'.'•'.* Mr. and Mrs. 'mike Frohling and family attended the Tapper family reunion at the fairgrounds at Algona Sunday. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Mike: Frol^Jhg fialfcd at the Les Bd- wardi home at Forest City. The Edwards' Son is hospitalized after a car accident. He is recovering. Mrs. Edwards Wa sftfbr of Mrt Froftlinf. Mr., and Mrs, Delbert Wehr- spann of Lake Campbell, S. D. wore Friday and Saturday visitors at the home of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Lester Wehrspanh. Le Roy Worby celebrated a birthday Monday. Evening guesls were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Halsrud and Marcla and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Halsrud and family of Bradgate. Mrs. Dean Banwart accompanied two other ladies to Camp McCoy over the weekend where they visited their husbands. Mrs. Nathan,McGuire and Barbara left by train from Fort Dodge to her home in De Kalb, 111. Saturday evenins- The Bratland family reunion was held at Gotch Park at Humboldt with 61 present. Arlit. Kinseth of Bode was elected president for next year ana Mrs. Richard Christiansen of Humboldt is the secretary-treas- 1961 ' urer. Holding office this year were Mrs. Ray Kading of Fenton, president, and Mfs. Sherman Silbaugh of Huttiboldt secretary- treasurei*. Mr. and Mrs. Lenhard Holden took her aunts, Mrs. Alda Snyder of Marion and Mrs. Oscar Taylor of Cedar Rapids to their homes Monday. The Holdens returned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson attended the wedding of Kathryn Jacobson and Robert Nase at Depew Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Chester AJrtte and Mr. end Mrs. ROgftf M*#K!n left Sunday to, Vftcatkwi at the Black Hills. They relurn«d h09ie Wednesday. , flOflKS Mrs. Darwin Helmrtehs bl Manchester had a large clUjpter of roses in the fro&l window of her farm home rose bush outside grew a crack between the ups lower windows, and the ct of roses bloomed inside. Around The Town and Country ^ Joe Bradley Equipment South' Hotel Alaoiu ; Farm Machinery - Trjicks - Tires Olivet Miuwr-Hwrtii Alll«-Chalin*Ti CMC Truck* YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR Bronson Building Service "Try Us And Youai ^.ik*-Us" • Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery Both And'Ssrvice Store Located On Diagonal Street On. CNW Phone CY 4-3561 j. Algona • mniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiip*' Kelley Lumber Company, across from the Milwaukee Depot on North Main Street your "One Stop .Shops" for, oil types of building materials and services. NEW HOMES: Aluminum, asbestos, wood and other siding applied. All types roofing, flooring, windows. penellihg. ceilings and Sherwin Williams Paints. iUTCHENS: F^shjonwood Cabinets, Custom built cabinets, Formica couniertopping and built m ap- , pliances featured. . FARM BUILDINGS: Conventional Cribs, Barns and other buildings. All purpose, steel frame buildings ^re here now. Laminated arch grain storage. FARMYARD .EQUIPMENT: "Norton" Hog Feeders and "Lee" Cattle Feeders are npw built and delivered by Kelleys. Kelleys distribute the Petersen Stock Tank in north central Iowa and southern Minnesota. "DO IT YOURSELF" SERVICE:;. At Kelleys you get top quality materials, friendly assistance. EASY TERMS: Kelleys offer 4 sound, types of financing with monthly or seasonal terms, Remember, Kelley Lumber Company in Algona, Sexton or Oitosen. At Kelleys "OUR BUSINESS IS YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR W'V/'>^^^V^'*>.'-'-'%<% 1 rS^''^'" 1 ^^ Srf^f-W^X-^NJ-Srf-W-Srf-U^rf-kJ-^^-l^-^^^^^j^^SX-^ Meet Loren Johnson Of Algona Algona Implement Co. Your Friendl? IrUM»iJipnal Harreiter Pealej f ABM 5QUJPMBNT MOTOR TRUCKS 8 ^ Irons Heating WATCH THIS SPACI EViRY OTHiR WEEK TOMiET ANEW NEIGHBOR Loren Johnson, wh<j was born and raised on farms in Kossuih county, is this week's Country Neighbor. Loren, else known as Tiddly to many of his friends, farms 160 acres with his father, Lester, three miles north of Algona on highway 169. During Jhe present year, the Johnsons have 100 acres of corn, which is apparently making good recovery after hail went through the area recently, 45 acres of oats and 10 acres of pasture. The buildings on the place were painted last summer. Loren and Lester raise about 400-500 head of hogs and 200 chickens each year. Loen was born at Bancroft in 1929 and graduated from Algona high school in 1946. His parents have farmed in the Fenton, Burt and Bancroft area and heve been on the present farm, celled Way Side Farm, sinpe 1945- Loren lists bowling and baseb&ll as his hobbies and several years ago was much stfught-after as a fine sofeball player. He is a member of the local Methodist church. Loren's wife is the former Joanne Dahl, who was born and raised in Algona. She is a member of St. Cecelia/s parish end the C.D. of A. and used to bowl. She is kept pretty busy by the couple's three children, Julianne 4, Dicnne 2, and Keith, who arrived in February this year. Loren bas a brother, Tasker, Colorado Springs Colo., and Arlene, Montgomery, Minn, (UI?M. Engraving) ^uniniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiniimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiM^ \ Kelley Lumber Co. "Our Business Is Building" • LUMBER • PAINT • CEMENT W» Aim to Near Mllwault«» , Depot - Algoni linillHIIIIUIlllllHIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW Beecher lane Appliances 1 "Where The FAMOUS NAMES Greet You" In TELEVISION WuilnghouM In APPLIANCES W*illnghouM r«lgl<J»lT. YoungitowB Phon* CY 4-1111 A'gon« Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Molino - Kfllly-Ryan - Papec New Idea Farm Machinery I SalM I Strvlc* • Frlendlr at Couricoui Alwayi W. M«ln St. Phon. CY 4-3451 Cullen Hardware Your" Our Own "Hardware Stor«" A Complete line Of • Housewgre* • Tools • Bldg. Supplies Phone CY 4-4630 AIQQNA Robinson Construction Co. Sioux $1*01 Buildings Building Construction i For size, strength, long life and ease of building, insist " >a — sioux — Another advancement in easier farming. E. E. Robinson *• East On Hvy. 19 Phone CY 44??*. - fuiuuuiiiiuiiuiiwuiii

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