The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 23, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 23, 1962
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4f Algeria (f<r.| Upptt Pag MdinM ', January 23, T962 during the next few months. Cindy Kuhn, 6 Mrs. Bill Kuhn, Jr. had a partj Thursday afternoon in honor her; daughter Cindy's sixth birth day* Her guests were Linda Vann Debra Cecak, Peggy Dutton, .Sally SchAttschneider, Stanley and Sted man Woodward, Howie Clegg Marcie Diamond and the honor ee's brother and sisters. Game, were played and lunch was serv ed. In the evening guests wera Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kuhn, Sr., Mr and Mrs. Paul Richardson and Debbie and Gary Garmen. Local Couple Wed Mrs. Josephine Kiecker and Francis Bunting were married Jan. 15 at 3 o'clock in the Methodist church at Fairmont, Minn. Attendants were Merlon Baker and Mrs. Bea Baldwin. Guests were Mrs. Merlon Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Marshall and Mr. and Mrs, Walter Peterson. A wedding dinner was served at the Oaks. Mr. and Mrs. Bunting spent a few days at Minneapolis and are now at home at 414 East Kennedy street. Rrtdrn From California Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kuecker and Mr., and Mrs. Gerald Kuecker have returned from a 3-week vacation to California. They were guests of the Kenneth Kueckers. Torrance, Calif., a brother of Dick and Gerald. One of the highlights of the trip was attending the Rose Bowl Parade. Wed 47 Years Mr. and Mrs. Joe Willger and Mrs. Veronica Roethler attended the forthy-seventh wedding anniversary observance for Mr. and Mrs.. Joe Faber of Rodman, held Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley .Doty at West Bend. Card Club Hosts Mr^ and Mrs, Gerald Erpelding entertained their card club Thursday evening. High score prize war won by Roger Palmer, low, scor- prize went to Mrs. Erpelding and Mrs. Lament Wellendorf won travel prize. Attend Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster 'spent the New Years weekend at Sibley and Sioux City. They attended the wedding Dec. 31 of a cousin, Robert Agar and Annette- Brown in Grace Methodist church at Sioux City. Card Club Meets Mrs. Arthur Jackman was hostess to her card club Wednesday afternoon. The club met the previous week with Mrs. Elmer Kcl- ley. Sponsor Baby Mr, and Mrs. Alvin Peterson were sponsors Jan. 14 at the baptism of Anita Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Severson at Thor. Hosts Coffee Club Mrs. Ralph Valentine entertained her morning coffee club Thursday. Mrs. Winkel Hostess Mrs. L. A. Winkel entertained her card club Wednesday after noon, Witte, MelVin Arndorfer, Loren Arndorfer, ' Don Studer, Merlin Studer and Kermit Studer. Homcmakers Meet Wesley and Prairie township homemaker clubs and the Tues day club will be hosts to a meeting in the I.O.O.F. hall Jan. 26 at 2 o'clock. The meeting is open to anyone interested. A play "Tomorrow is a Day" will be presented by 6 women members of the Kossuth County family living committee under the direction of county extension leader Avis Lettow. Coffee and cook- es will be served. This play first staged at the all state meeting in Ames last year 'will be given at other points in Kossuth county Ferd Srethorst of ChikiO, Minn called on friends here Tuesday last week. He and his Wife, tw sons and four daughters, lived number of years ago southwes of Wesley. Mrs. J. M. Kunz began Monday Jan. 15, teaching first and secon grades in St. Joseph's parochia school during the absence of Sis tef Lenora, who went to the mother" house in Milwaukee and had surgery in it hospital there. Eighteen members of the Meth odist Sunday School received gold awards for perfect attendance In 1. They were Vicki Detmering Chris Nygaard, Janet, Mike, Denise and Gary Ostercamp, Melvin and Joan Ward, Barbara, Cheryl and Sandra Jones, Patty Judy, Betty and Da'vid Weiland, Cathy, Roger and Bobby Bruns. It was he eighth, consecutive award for Joan ward and Cathy Bruns and he seventh for Barbara, Cheryl and Sandra Jones. Mrs. Walter Pfeffer spent sev- ral days recently in the parental C. Bauer home after her re- ease from the Britt hospital where lie had been for treatment follow- ing a fall down the basement step at 'her home. $rt£ injured m back. Mrs. Maurine. Harr reports new grandson, her first, bom tfatf 11 in the Palo AKo County Memof ial hospital in fimmetsburg to Mf and Mrs. Marian Leininger o Whittefflore. the infant hf« bees named Scott Harlan and the Hew mother is tHe former Marilynfl Harr. This is their, first child, Beulah Green Spent the January 14 weekend with the Or. ftti' Warner family in Minneapolis. Mrs. Stanley Johnson's mother, Mrs. Robert Hess, 75, died Jafi, 9 of a stroke following a long itt ness in Iowa City. Mr. arid Mrs. Johnson of Britt, formerly of Wetf- ey, spent several days in Iowa City and attended the funeral Iri <tt. Patrick's Catholic church this Tiday, Jan. 12. Mrs. Hess is sur- •ived by her husband, two Sons, our daughters, one brother, twtf isters and 23 grandchildren. John Hildman was brought home an. 13 from Memorial hospital, ritt, where he had been for nied- cal care of a back ailment. Jim Haverly was brought home an. 16 from the Britt hospital hernia operation. •John Hildman left the Bfftt h&s» •pltal (hat day following severe' days medical care. Jim Raney, son of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Raney, was ifl Rochester, Minn, several days last week. He went thru the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Rfckfi and Mike and Bill left over the weekend for Mesa, Ariz, to visit their Son Jerry and family. , A baby boy was born Jan, 16 to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kfleps at M ey hospital, Mason City. Mrs. Rrieps is the former Mary Youngwirth, daughter of Mrs. Helen Youngwirth and the late John Youngwirth. West Bend Pair Get 50th Honors Open house was held at the American Legion club in West Send honoring Mr. and Mrs. R. XT. Barber on their SOth wedding nniversary, with 240 guests pres- nt. A short program was presented, t included vocal selections by here he had been ten days for a Mrs. James Barber and daughter, Donna Lou, an original reading by 1 Mfs. Walter Bwy and a talk by the Rev. Robert Areflds, Pfesby-' terian church pastor. Refresh^ ments were served at a table corated in the golden anniversary theme. Hosts for the occasion were thd hoflorees' children, Mf. and Mrs 1 , James Barber and family and Mr, and Mrs. Richard Barber and fam Many Getting Fallout Boob Postmaster W, W. Sullivan of. the- Algona post office stated this; week that there has been some demand by local patrons for the flew 47 j page "Fallout Protection" booklets that are now available free to the public. The department of defense's office of civilian defense published the booklets. , There Is still a large supply on hand at the local post office arid window clerks will be happy to give them to patrons. The booklet contains vital in- brmation on what to do in case of a* nuclear attack; several types 6f fdfttff? falfout shel tef<) [supplies needed fof sWvival? steps toWfifd" recovery fillet attack;; tirgafiMrig civil defense; and & complete glossary. • AH M'all, the booklet contains much information that is Vital. Harry Greenberg New President Of Algona Corp. Harry Greenberg was elected president of the Algona Industrial Corporation during an organizational meeting of that group at the Algona Chamber of Commerce office Friday". Jack 'Linibaugh Was named vice president and Fred Kent, Sr. and Bill Steele were re-elected treasurer,and secretary, respectively. The group held its first meeting following the annual Chamber of Commerce banquet 'at the high school Annex Tuesday night, Jan. 16. At that time, Pat Montag and Wes Bartlett .were re-elected to the board of directors and Jim Milder was elected to the board, npfaefffg §IH flim, v Tft« tihafnfeef 6? eteetetf efffcew fecefltly,. Biek Norton Was named president, Chalffief Read, vice president, Jadk Linibaugft, treasurer, and fill! Steele, secretary. Nets Anderson was named a director and will serve with DuWayne Klein," E*d Wolfe, Joe Lynch, Cecil Taylor, Gordon Mall, Jim Milder, Eu-, gene HUtchiriS, Bale Cole. Bill Stflder, Tom ftich and Howard Miller on the board during 1962, ; Algona Woman's Mother Passes Funeral services for Mrs, Sam Shaffner, 54, mother of Mrs. Sam Davis of Algona,' were held Tuesday at Lathrop, Mo. with burial tiiere. Mrs. Shaffner succumbed to cancer Sunday, Jan. 14. She had spent Christmas here with Mr. and Mrs. Davis. . Surviving are her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Harold,Allen of Lathrop, Mo.; and seven grandchildren. TP IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 17 GOOD NEIGHBORS TO KNOW -^ur-rtfrf^ «BBUii!iiiininiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tires Oliver Mauey-Hurli AUls-ChalmsTi CMC Trucks Tlr«i Phono CY 4-2421 Algona Bronson Building Service "Try Us And You'll Like Us" Quality Lumber — Elliott Paints K. Ex-Wesley Girl Dies Suddenly At Mason City Wesley — The community was shocked and saddened Tuesday by the sudden death of Mrs. Jerrolc Arndorfer of Mason City, who diet suddenly in a gift shop that morn ing of a brain hemmorhage. Mrs. Arndorfer was the former Dolores Studer, daughter of Mr and Mrs. August Studer of Wesley She was born at Wesley Dec. 13', 1941, graduated from the Corwith- Wesley Community school in 1959 and from Hamilton Business college, Mason City. The young couple were married May 6, 196] at Wesley and had made their home in Mason City where she had been employed at the First National Bank. Her husband is as- t manager of the Plymoutf elevator. ires is survived by her hus- her parents, a sister, Mrs. > Dale Dornbier and Duane Studer. services were held in . 3 Catholic church in , Friday morning, Jan. 19 si* iSf'i3u : n iiagr. Breen of Ma- Car* »&s celebrant at the sol- ayiafcii niiii. assisted by &MA oi br'ut and Father oJ Home was in MILL WORK • Bmlders' Hardware Tools KLINE Tanks & i REDWOOD Tanks N. of Jet. Hwys. 18 & 169 Algona - CY 4-4369 ^•iiMiniiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH g ~ I Ernie Williams n I John Deere Farm Machinery = I Both Quality f^ And Service Store Located On Diagonal Street On CNW Tracks. Phone CY 4-3561 Algona it- '*trt Robert Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sales & Service F" •• / H Phone CY 4-3501 Algona ALGONA AND KOSSUTH COUNTY NEIGHBORS WORK TOGETHER FOR A BETTER LIFE • ': • ' ' ; j .-, '•'(•<•''Around The Town and Country YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR ~3[Ww>T»^r— * » •JU _ BRQNSQN BUILDING ', ^~tf^rrw«< ~- '\ , * ' i, i » ^ •. i^'ai ,'.,', ' /"'•Wir v<< ' ^"**^ *' • • • ;r Sfiiti : \ <•' , vV ' 'r - *i ~-'«$»& .tfArf'.Js4*8a5 .•*V«&iRS SW'MtqWfi ^ " ** -A, *> *!, Bronson Building service, pictured above, is a lo ;al corporation located just n9rth of the junction of Highway 18 and 169. The business was established in October of 1958. Branson's is called Service because the business has a genuine service to offer every cus .omer. "Tell us what you want done, and we'll do it I" says C. R. Bronson, head of the corporation. This is n it a contract yard. Bronson's work through local contractors 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 man whose job was unloading cement. It was then he decided to s »meday have a yard of his own. Twenty-three 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. • * An interesting feature here is the annual Builders' Clinic held right on the grounds. This is one day set aside just for answering questions about building problems. Contractors and factory representatives arc here for this purpose. Bronson's take a genuine interest in each custom ?r anil make their friendly courteous efficiency a major part of their business. If you are planning to bui.d soon, contact Bronson Building Service in Algona. YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK TO MEET A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR Andrew lU.sius, this week's Country Neighbor, has lived his entire life in the Buffalo Center area. He has a 240 acre farm which is located three miles west and 2',2 miles south of Bufalo Center. This farm is located only a half-mile north of the farm on which he was born June 12, 1913, Andrew usually plants corn, oats, soybeans and has pasture and hay land. He also raises purebred shorthorn cattle, with about 25 sent to market each year, and Hampshire hogs, with an average of 200 shipped to market each year- He has always liked working with shorthorns. Mr, Risius and his family are members of the Ramsey Reform church. Mrs. Jtisius is the former Marie Mayland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mayland of the TWonka vicinity'. Mr. and Mrs. Risius were married in 1943 at Titonka and. Mrs. Risius is active in church circle work. Mr. and Mrs. Risius have five sons, Gary, Pale, Wayne, Kenneth and Lyle. Mr. Risius has five brothers, Klaus, Qco., Harm and Frank, all of Buffalo Center, and John, Chicago. Mr. Risius has been on his present farm for 18 years and prior to that farmed wUb a brother ou the home ((JOM Polaroid Photo — Engraving) Irons Heating & Plumbing ' * "Completely Equipped To SeYve You Completely" Plumbing - Heating ShMt Metal On or OU Ualtf Pump* Water ByiUm* Complete Fixturcf Pnon* CY 4-l»« JUgowi * <• . Beecher lane Appliances j "Wnei!» The FAMOUS NAMES Greet You" In TELEVISION Wmilnghouio In APPLIANCE! Yoangitowa Phon* CY 4-1111 Buscher Brothers ImpL Minneapolis Molina — Kally-Ryan — Papee New Idea Farm Machinery A 0d0fl e s.rvico • Friendly * Couxteoui Alwayi f. Main St, Phoiu CY 4-3451 J ^^^{iTffPSSSssss//M>MV/Jtt Illlllllllllllllllllllllllia Robinson Construction Co. .Sioux Steel Buildings Building Construction 'For sise, itrength, long life and ease of building, insist j < on — SJOUX Another advance-1 ment in easier [ farming. 3. E. Robinson East QnHwy. 18 CY 4-3374 JIUIIIIUJIIIIII NEIGHBORLINESS IS THE BACKBONE OF GOOD BUSINESS IN RURAL AND URBAN ARIAS, 4MRM

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