The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 9, 1962 · Page 11
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" ri', '4" . - • ,-, ,-- -.U-5 - < Sfl Of ^ JetlLfte A £*s^r\,> s t* is -^ * hresent fcf^TtM 1 ^* ? e/i4wo sons u ^ present for their ffoeddlng .._,_ *6bfi6fved at the Ifctv^' scssj IN „ — -» | •WA.O) I' 50th 6f di with pneumonia, Bolllg Family Reunion famlv _ —„ Morris Joha J 29. ' Mrs/ ^Algona and oft vislteUfgundAy _. of Mr. and Mrs. P&ef Si?!^. 1 * 4 .. Angeles, and .Mrs..Ronald Nelson's father. Chris t — his, home uat- eyenlng at a New Year's Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. day ev play has- ™ Open Hpuse For Seneca Couple Wed 50 Years Snncca -i'M*. and Mrs. Everett Witharn were honored on thejr fiftieth wedding anniversary Suh- day, Dec. 31, at the American Legion hall at Lone Rock by their children. Approximately 250 neiehi bors and Mends attended the open house. Guests were r registered by Mrs. Oscar Paterson. Mrs. C. 0. Bailey sei- ved punch and Mrs. Irene Slot" I =», %U' a J Rochester Jan. 2 where I / Mrs. Hazel" , Ka In^P^^^^f^ry., (daughter, Mrs. D -_, Rasmus* i;,the freshmen 2:^ !<*• ••• • «" hsMr. aadTltoTaeiir'SSta anrf l^v^^w > 2f orge ? olenileft rP!' s of stan h°pe, afl^'Mfs. L0W|«T W^*P"o<^»« freshmen Ifflmily, aHd'HowaW-and Mtf Sl'Lid SWU wfeere the ? 9*2 Lund visited W®s. iSfiS'fe?^.^^ sl ^h; «de Tuesday Ptf^ii,- _^_.._. u _ an a uonaid |win^spend -the next several'.Johanson at Swea ! Clty'Miday^ l Si l K tet 4*? n >!* ^thefa"' daughter;. 'Esther .Pirifc^ Jo^aLinSj^l l.xfi-jJnSK itJ t-Vlitl'l" v *cf»«5B r -w rf V.AUVC, lu.j ana jvirs.' Green • of Burbanfc.i Cal;/ P6ured coffee. The five tiered wedding cake, baked and decdrated Mrs. Leo Crowley,,wa9 cut and Club room _. „„„- ma'j"j «—"" to . attendance In iKl P**' ?' ^' Bo J Ij g a «d th i» Js ;«? letus MuUer and'fam ly and Mr v and-Mrs.jLouis Kol l^hand family,' Whlttem^I, ffi Henry Irmiter and fam- i.j ., M ? e ^n 11 ^ and Mr. nd Mrs. Jerry Irmiter and fam- .y- Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. |6hn Metzgar and family,, Esther- £ille,JVfr. and -Mfs. Robeft' Mctz- -Cagol|Mejtzg^r,, Joan Jrmlter, _ieapoli^,t'*nd ' jfr.i and -MrZ PJarence Metzger and boys, Al- Rons* Martin 'wilb'ergs "Hosts .. andjrMr ?- 1 , Martin Wiiberg weir faniily Christmas party h ' 'Mrs, 'Esther .'W, il-«S fc-7 v"" J «'«-"^ [!,^arri^p ; t^ h'ostibsit J; Ellen Thleljiboth 1 ofjjeffer- tin, S. D. . >. ' Mrs. Wayne Lynch ' and Mrs. Robert Bmzen were dining) room, hostesses. Other hostesies Includ- d broken arm at 8p.m..Thursday when she fell on *the -sideWahV In front of the store. •ps-ar sarg.^. ^ -^ <•***{# Mrs/ttenry Schultz of WMttemore and Mrs. Clarence- Menz, Mrs. S^L, ^!°8f sen > ty p s- Nina Krprt |ftd Mrs. Da\l Lynch. Married Bed. 65/1911 and fafiried m WhittemoriS township west of AlgoM until 1954. They nttw live a mile northeast of Seneca. , They have a family of four daughters and one sonr and all were here fof the 5 occ|s1oii. ! Tfce daughters are Mrs. lona Green of Burbank. Calif.; Mrs. . Irene J?°,S#.&SJ# Grave,; 11L 'Mrs*. Y ,, s. Delia Helmers and Mrs. Mien Thiel, Jefferson r ,S. D. and the son, Etaer, IfvjSs on the home place! They also have fiye grandchildren and three great-grmdchildren and all were present. This is the' first time since the children had grown up and left home that they had all been togetherf ffj Qte same time. Has Broken Arm Fenton ; Bailey's A broken arm at 6 PRINTING Upper Des f II. E. Call St. ALOONA Phone CY 4-3535 Mrs. 'liohald Wiiberg ' and nily and Lloyd Wiiberg of Min- apolls, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin* Tg and family of Esthervllle, a student at St. Olaf College '""- 1 - 1 " •— beenj.attendtag tfr. and Mrs. Lester Osborn en tamed- at Christmas dinner and Mrs. Morgan Tennyson, of St. -'James' Minn;,* LanH orn, who attends the Universa de School at Sioux City'.'aitc , and Mrs. James Hansen am aron of Graettinger. |Mr; tl f n d Mr,s. Cecji Baldwja *^nt the Christmas holiday weeK- Baldwin, J Des Moines. he Johannesen 'family, 'had a ristmas get-to-gether at the "e of a sister, Tilda Johanne- at • Fairnrpnt,, vMJnn. ,In, at- . fWflberg,* Lois, 'RoWt^Jer^" d ( Raymond; Lloyd Wiiberg and *\- and Mrs. Dick Looft' and fedii.' i 1 : and Mrs. Donald Wilbe)-g,ahd{ pmily, Mrs. Laurence- Jdhahne- -"' Kathryn and Larry; Mr..and . John Johannesen and Ron- ir Mr. arid Mrs. Fred-Johannen; Dwane, Marilyn, Carol, Ricey and Debbie; Mrs, Anne Pres- Ji|S of Algona; Mr .' Joseph Preshus of Marshall, Minn;) and Mr. *•"* Mrs. Henry Looft !ahd; David, jr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen pre recent Sunday dinner guests lie latter's parents,^ the Frank dbecks, Clare, Iowa. r. and Mrs. Q^Ppders,ep en- jftamed at Christmas dinner, '-sts included Mr. and Mrs. Bleckwen of Fenton and Mr. r - Mrs- Pale Long and family [•Cylinder. , • . ,' ,.jfr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and avid accompanied by Mr. and Jrs. Jaok Looft and Tommy of l^chester, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick "", and Jeffrey of Mj|\i\eappjip, recent' dinner guests at the it De Waard home near Tl,,.. and Mrs. Henry, Looft ; '/Clarence Menz were guesjs. !>day at & coffee at the Center jool in Plum Creek township. V and Mrs, aien Gahrieison Equipment Trucks — Tires ti MaiMT-Hmnli , AtiU-ChalOMn O}(C Tracks * Tlr«i NEIGHBOR Ul.il • * / ' t v * 'Si •i. lit if^.."-« iiiiiiiiiiiiuiniiiiiiiiniiiiinjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii|jiiiiiiiiiiii Bronson Building Service * ' * '''••/'" *, , "" 'Try" 1 Us And '.you'll Like Us" s f , ' '. * -' ( j > i * l ' Quality'Lumber — Elliott Paints- .' ' l , i • - -. ' *'' * " .' •'» " ^uUd^rs' Hardware KLINE Tanks & "' of J* kw ' : 18 , & 169 , i '. onH - CY 4-4369 iliiilllilliiililliililiiiliiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii wmniiiniiiiiiiiiii Kelley Lumber Co. ' i . ' I (. ,-. ' 1 • • - • . ! ' . .''Ouxj Business Is Building" 11. i • LUMBEH • CEMENT W» Aim to PUu* '. i Near Mllwauk** Depot . Algonm Ernie Williams •« ><• , John Deere Farm Machinery Poth Qualitf And Service Store Located On OfagpiHirStfieiet Oj» CNW Tracks. - • Phone CY 4-3561 Algona WMiiipipiiiiipig» P. R. IRONS HEATING & PLUMBING P. R. Irons has been in Algona since 1914. In 1939, he was selling stokers for Butler turmg busmess, and in 1940, P. R, Irons Heating & Plombjng was established WmilngbauM In APPLIANCES WcittaghouM Frlgidalr* YoanBitowm Phon* CY 4-1111 Alflonm McGrh h- '* th t P- 1 lrd "? H !J" in8 ° nd Piumbi "9 establishment located at 812 East McGregor. The business has been in Algona since 1940. At that time the building was located 0 a, a line of sheet metal work, which is all done in their, location, friendly service in your plumbing & heating needs, call P. R. Irons' are Completely equipped to serve you completely". Buscber Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Moline - Kelly-Ryan - Papec New Idea Farm Machinery (Only Kraft gives you Macaroni 'n Cheese Algpna Implement Co. Your Frl«ncUr IiU*mAti«n«l Kjur^eiter Dealer Plumbing Heatina YOUR COUNTRY w ^ w ~>^~~^~^»W\^xwwx^~^vrN^ vwwvv s^ vx ^. Meet John R. • S»rvlc» • Frlnndly ft Courteoiu Always K. Main S*. Phona This week's Country Neighbor, John It. Ruger, Fenton, can be tabbed a dairy farmer — due to the fast he normally has a herd of from 85 to 90 top-flight Hblstcins, Mr Ruger farms 145 acres, 2',4 miles north and two miles east of Fenton^ owned by Mrs Ida Mueller, Feqton, mother of Mrs Ruger, who is the former Emily Mueller. The Rugers have three children, Jane, John and Phillip, and they have lived on the present farm for the past 12 years. Milk from the Holstein herd (grade A) is sold to an area dairy after it is taken from the cows in a modern dairy parlor and Mrs Ruger, who likes the Holsteins at least as well as her husband, takes an active part in the work with the herd> jRobinspn Cpn§trnction Co. Sioux Steel Buildings Building Construction ~»For size, itrengih, 4 long life and ease, of building, I - ! " — SIOUX — Another advancement in easier E. E. Robinson EastOnHwy. 18 Phone CY 4-3374 WATCH THIS SPACE IViRY OTHiR WigK TO MEET ANEW NEIGHBOR Mr Ruger is the son of Mr and Mrs John Ruger. Sr., LuVenje. He was born and raised there and taught rural schools iu that area for five years (1932-37) during the de, |}ress.ip.». Up theij bad a year of dicsel engHjeeripg at Los Angeles before moving back to this area to farm. He farmed near Algoua and Wesley before winding up on the present UjJSPrs WPre (HAftM tft W$ it J J uutu— Eug NEIGHBQRLINESS IS THE BACK60NI; Qf GOOD BUSINESS IN RURAL AND URBAN AREAS. M E / *• f 41 , , . i i ^ , # ^ * * I T'f^* 1 Beecher lane Appliances "Where The FAMOUS NAMES Greet You" In TELEVISION :-a^s£.

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