The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1961 · Page 10
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..I-* Sharon Schmidt, , 4 ..r&t-n ,5 - «%.*•<• <.,»< <• • ,,,Mr. and Mrs. Vefyl Schmidt of . fitonka, announce the. engagement and plans for an October 29th wedding of their daughter, Sharori Kay, • and Gary Duane, ffih; s of Mr. and .Mrs. Neai Michaelsen, also of Titonka. (UDM Engraving) -4^, — •— -"•— -* 1 — *""* Progress Club •At Portland Sees Pictures Portland — The Portland Progress Club met Thursday at 7:30 E the Home of Mrs. Harold ker, with Mrs, Tom Trenary and Mrs. Earl Shipler assistant hostesses. Members attending vffcre Mesdames Grace Bergerud, Elith Jandl, f, Myrtle . Zwiefel, J"ttne Sparks,' Mamie Fitch, /Eya SMpler, 'Grace Trenary,' Elgena Young, Hazel Steven, Ethel Smith, -Virginia Becker,, .Sarah Stewart/ Mary Rasmtissen, Flos- sffi v Bartleit,'-Vera Fitdn* and Viola Seeker. _ Guests of the evening w£re,,<Mre. Bill .^Trenary, l^Ss. Guy>>Dimond, Mrs. David J .Bolie, Mrs. Ray McWhorter arfd Judy Fitch. t JJ^fter a short business session, tij» meeting was turned over to Mr. _ and Mrs, 'Frank Ryqrson, wHo' showed 'pictures. After the pictures; a' lunch' was ' served by the hostesses. The next meeting vSll be held in the home of Mrs. Victor "Fitch 1 , with Mr|,-Ray Fitch and fyjrs. Frank .Becker, .assistant ' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsddrf and MrvantLMrs. Wendell Rings!fem% Were dinner WM»of ' moftd spent the week wi her daughter, Mrs, Ha war Sparks. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Young ehjoy'ed a ham supper Sunday evening at St. Cecelia's Academy in Algona, Mrs. t Bonnie' Fox and Mrs. ForbW'Stiltis, David and Greg ory were dinner gucsls in the Ray Fitch home Saturday. Mr and Mrs. tfewton tteiter of Algona were afternoon visitors. Mrs. Jessie Schmidt of Ruth- vcn dame Monday and took her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch to Mason City where Ray consulted an eye specialist. "Little satisfaction is found by people who are satisfied to re main' disatisfied". -..,. ^^^ ..... - ith Uta >e. , T Judith Ann UkeHa, daughter 6r Mr. and -Mrs. Wayne (!). Hanson^ $ » { K"SI>&' 1 4f;S^-^l > ir, ' • .|.', . who ceeeritly Ibeea Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson and children of Gowrie were Sunday guests in the parental Charles Morris home. , , -. drove it6, < Waterloo,, .Sufaday, to visit theJailef'S Brbtflef , Wt. arid Mrs. Jule Arndorfer. A farewell party was held fbr tMtt/y Sfion move ^ Fla. Mrs. iMarie .Frarfkl returned Saturday 5 from i trfp'td the Black Hills with. 1 ,-Mr?"," Mamie F,r,ankl and granddaughter, VD i a n n C Frankl. ;«' - '' Donald Frank! dt Minneapolis spent Saturday" here with his molHef and ether relatives. • His aunt Marguerite Hayes accompanied him home for ovefr the weekend. ,_,.,„ -, ^ ,, Mrs. Baytnbhd'Mbore and soti Matthew ^of Bakersfleld, -Calif, visited her 'mirfts • jMr&fMam Frankl and Marguerite Hayes on Thursday. They are visltin the home 'of her slster^ertd ily the Frank Storks at Bancroft. Mrs. Elnier-Dole returned h6me Wednesday' from Io\ya City where she 1 had'sffenf a few ayes oi) ting 'at ' with their j .' daughter- and fahiily the Joe Bird's/ . of lj became theAfide tfl ln Rube, son,bf Mr, afld •M#s. ttollin Rufee ol Sheffield,, iff; a ceremony iSUfitfcry' 'eVeilihf, Sept. f 10, In First PresbyteHfiH church here. Rev. Myron 'Brbwer Myron Bxow*. er was organist. ' - The bride was attended fo Mrs. Jerry Cook who served fi& matron 'of •> honor.- - Dultne Sindt was, best Wian, V*.»"* » '" 1 1 The "bri^f \ length gawn of Schlfle embrol ered orgaftdy sheea^Tiny seed, pearls edied| the 'f short sleevfe»' and softly, r0yndedCneckline. The fitted waistline,, emphasized . me very full skir#/,tHer shoulder- length veil felL frwn a pearjld croWn, and ,she t canied red arid • white roses arranged'on a whitl > j .? .-1 • • v^j? i'! . .-i. .. AND HIS COWBOYS &..:.:—J_ SATURDAY, .-SfePTi 30TH SALUTE..TP DUMONT ^ brriglng you news^ df ' ' livestock feeding Oft^J , rndn^Jerrt.etll ^ ^ ,' aferil tKl&llea s w help ' *, *•{(« Walnut Grove Pr&dtiets Co;; Inc. General Off ices - Atlon,tic Jo.\yfl , ,VM ff Eight .Corn Belt StatesJ(|thti^sto4|.6fidsx And Minerals' j&tr -a«t it i* " Mbrt,;t*K*u*^ty f*<rff*>p ^jht -ufir ^- ~ f** * .•>;>,/ sms *, -»A''V"r ' ^<$ * <•,*>* >*, tt j .--? t "' ^-W^rf- ^V* ' ** " t , •[^: *#\4 .- inimnniiiiiiiiiiniHiiiiiBiniiF Joe Bradley < Equip^nti i " "' ' " '• * 1 v; .> ) A, South Hole) Algopa • i- • , i , - 1 : f • i n ; : 1 1-» i ^ tJ ! i i » J i n M * Farm, Machinery — ^Trucks — Tires i '-•? I T\lr. and'SVJris'. Stanley Ruse and Liroy visited. Mr. ancl Mrs. Jflhies Hpnken Saturday evening iut Clear, Lake. ' /•Mr. and Mrs. Glen Larsen and f.-ffiiily, Mrs. Minnie Larsen and Mrs. Elsie Moore went to Klemme. Sunday Where they visited K1J.' and Mrs. Verner Lau. Mrs. Minnie Larsen and Mrs. Elsie Moore remained for a few days yfSit in the Lau home. Mrs. Lau is^i daughter of Mrs. Minnie Lar- sqp and a sister of Mrs. Moore. 'JVIr. and Mrs. Glen Larsen pic- niced at Pilot Knob near Forest Ctty a week ago Sunday. Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bjfrtlctt were Mr. and Mrs. Mel- viu Larsen of Walters, jMinn., Mr., and Mrs. William Berg of Bich- Ufftd, Minn., and Mrs. parson's falher, Conrad Obermeyer, Kiester, Minn. *}Ierb Klasse of Titbnka ,d.id some work in the Portland com-r inUnity Friday and Saturday. He fifled some tile ditches for Glen Lurscn, bulldozed some tree stumps for Hannah Behnkc and dug and buried §ome rock foi Louise Bartlett. ' ........ PLANTATION BALLROOM Whlttemore, Iowa Alll«-Chalmer» J'OMi iTriioki Fli>itono Tlt«i lOlltllllllllUllDllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlllllElllllk ijutm in ,11 * J > ill il l i* UJIJWi i HUHHi 5 j ii:i i i Bronson Building Service "Try Us And You'll Like^Us" Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints MILL -WORK" Builders' Hardware "" '.-.Tools' ' KLINE Ta"hks & , REDWOOD Talnksi N. of Jcf. Hiwys. 18 & ! 169' Algona - CY'4-4369 MBBllllllllllllllllllllllBllllllllllllinilllllllllllllUllllllinlll Kelley Lumber Go. "Our.Business. Is Building" j ( •4 '.' . •'LUMBER, '.• , »» ,* ; i , ^"^ -, ,L ./0 CEMENT O: , W» Aim to F1*BM • N«ar MilwaukM Beecher Lane l*r« Th» FAMOUS pHIIIMIIIIUIIIlMIIIIIH Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery |- SUNDAY, 0CT, J I | SUNfQAY, 1- SUNDAY,QCT. 15 f ! HEIS !?L C ^ AR M S I I" SUNPAY ( pCL22 1 |: MARVREE^SyROM | |» SUNDAY, pCL 2,9 TUESDAY, « Come as you are NOISEMAKERS ' FRANK BUHR i Booth Reservatiofi f * Poors Open at 8=30 $pih Quality • ' And Service' Store Located On Diagonal Street On. CNW Tracks) Phone CY 4-3561 Algona IIIIUIIUIUllllliOlllllllllllllllilltHllllllltHHHWU ///S//S//S//S///SS/SSSSSSSS/////S//SS//SS////////SS/SS//, Bromon Building service, pictured .above, is a 19:3! corporation located just north of the junction of Highway 18 and 169. The business was established Jn October of 1958. Bjronsoh's is called Service because the business has a genuine service'^o offer every customer. "Tell us what you want done, ^nd we'll do it 1" says C. R. Bronson, head of the corporation. This is n?t a contract yard. Branson's work through local con. tractors and supply the materials for work to be done. ' ; ; . C, R. Bronson started in the lumber business in Waterloo in 1935, at that time just a young m^n whose job was untoa'dihg cement. It was then he decided to someday have a yard of his own. Twentyrthree.years later, 'after,moving around the state in the lumber business, that dream came true when the ground was broken • for Bronson -Building Service in July, 1958. * • • -•»'•..- :, ••/,,;• i '-.J An interesting feature here is the annual Builders' Clinic held right on the grounds. This is one day set aiide jiisl "for answering questions about building problems. Contractors and factory representatives are he|e fot^thiipurpose., ; ; , . . , '' ''. -'"• " . ' " •" 'Bronson's lake a genuine interest in each customer and make their friendly courteous efficiency a majoj; -pail of'the'ir business. If you ate planning to build soon, contact Bronson-Building Service in Algona. R Gre«i You" In TELEVISION .WMitaqhouM Frlgldalt. Youngttowa Phon* CY 4-1III '•• Buscher Brothers ImpL " i -j, Minneapolis Moline - Kelly-Ryan '- Papec New (deo Farm Machinery Algona Implement Co. Y<*u» Friendly International Harvester Dealer i f ARM EQUIPMErrt 1 MOTORTRUCKS , ,• ; Sales & Service D P Phpne CY 4-3501 Algona COUNTRY NEIGHBOR ^^~~~~*~S*'*S*~^^^ Meet Ray McWhorter Of Burt Irons Heating & Plumbing "Cpmpletelr Equipped To You Completely" «b*«l of OU t/nUf This weeit's Ceuniry Neighbor, Ray McWhP!*?r, wa» torn, rafc»d and has lived in the same houW 2'/i miles east piia tworo^es seu«Tei Sw I »Jl pi W» We- And W*il wcently. .he (a?msd the ho»u« piece, which includes a iec|ien qi land. " r • \ ' 'V - ' ' ' ' His son-in-law, Frank H. Pecker, is actively engaged in ,|armft»g thf land npw. P«ri»S 19$i« *llPP acreages looked like this: corn 180, oats 90, beans 120, and alfalfa. 100. The Becke*. McWhorter combination al» normally raises SO bead of Here. fcrd, market cattle and from 8QQ-100Q pjigs efjcb year. Ray, son of Ei»is and Emma 6«*ly MeWhorter, gwduated from AlgpflS high school i>> 1803 49d ^?«v«)y «p«r4t«d the home farm beginning in 1915; In 1817, "he entered tip army and served as s pilot in France^ during W, prl^, Waf I* He aqnfei'aad a)$9 VM a >arn||^||| fUot «Pl tbe ww, fie ^ «*\a loi »4 MfUer Jfei, Dew Cullen Hardware •g'r'Own "Hardware $ter«" A C«mpl»ft Un». Of 1 i, ' * *,'•?$ VUUt WATCH THIS IPAC1 EVERY OTHER WPK T© MEIT A NJW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR i, wlwrn ht in a «»m£er of t|e Bwt phujch <U>4 * -v He hs» 9 brother, Lewis, a} fcovetend, Cste; thrw ...— w*j*ef/, j}U*M ™_, Englewepd, Q9\s>, and. BwbMi (Ml« CensrrulfIfri Co, ee| ivUdln^t ' Con»trgction • ^."iiife't*-'"!^? I^ ? ' M |il

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