The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 27, 1962 · Page 11
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Alma Illg 01 St. Joe Will Wed In April Of St. Joe. — Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Illg announce the engagement and apprpaching;niarriage of their daughjer Alma to 'J, Roger Anderson, Storm Lake, son of Mrs. Christine Anderson, Goldfield, and the late Andrew Anderson. An April wedding is planned. (UDM Engraving) , ' .Guests, at the Junior Pcppe home Friday evening tor a birthday paf* ty honoring Mrs. Albert Goeta and Zada Mie Poppe were M?/ arfd Mrs. Adqlph Poppe Sf., Mr. and Mrs. Albfert Sleper, Mr. aM Mft, Albert Goetz and family, Mr. "ami Mrs. Ahrend Mans of Lakdta, Mr; and, Mcs. (Tames i Mayne, and •family of Ledy&rHrMf. Itif Mf% Hit. ry Bloffie of filmore, aM'Mr. afid Mrs/Walter §dfm; of Frost, Minn. _ Friday. visitors at \the.home-of Mrs. John S^eiiliard were" Mrs. Tena Lausen 'and Lena Steenhard Little Rock, and Mrs. Dick <if Elmore., Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bierstedt and jStpven Vfeited 'with her sister, Mrs. Ella Meyer, at Burl Moriday and also with Mrs. Ami* iBierstedt.' Mr. and Mrs, Art tyirtles and daughters visited) at the Herbert Seenken.hpme at Buffalo Copter Monday eyening to help Mr. Beenken celebrate a birthday. Mr. and^rs. H. -F. Wirtjes and Mr. and Mrs/ falter Haler attended the funeral of Mrs. Warner Smidt of llfonka. ...... V Mr. and' Mrs. John V. Dorenbush were Monday 'evening cajlers at the Paul Kppperi home. Mrs. V. A. Barrett attended the MissBormann Of St. Joe Is Wed Feb. 17 St. Joe — Beatrice Bormann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Bormann, became the bride of James J. Capesius, son of the late .-Julius and Mary Capesius, all from Gt. Joe, Saturday, Feb. 17, at 9:30 in St. Joseph's Catholic church. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher performed the double ring ceremony. Acolytes were Alvin Bormann, Thomas Capesius, Norman Bormann and Kenneth Bormann. The men's choir sang with Mrs. Adeline Wagner organist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a white gown of- rose point lace and nylon over taffeta which formed a brush train styled with a fitted bodice of lace trimmed in pearls and sequins with long tapering sleeves coming to points over the wrists. The back of the dress was .orna-i merited with two , small.rosettes^ Per fingertip veil of imported 'silk* illusion fell from a crown of crystals and rhinestones. Her only jewelry was a diamond pendant, a gift from the groom, and she carried a bouquet of red roses. Joyce Capesius, St. Petersburg. Fla., sister of the groom, wai- maid of honor and Mary O'Conner. Parsons, Kansas, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid. Wedding dinner was held at the KG Hall in Algona with 180 guests in attendance. Mrs. Robert Kirsch poured and Mrs. John Capesius cut the cake at the refreshment table. Mrs. Robert Kirsch and Mrs. Edmund Berte were in charge of the guest book. Following a 2-week wedding trip through southern states the young couple will be at home on the Capesius farm 5 miles, northwest of St. Joe. Honor Lakota Insurance Man Lakota — Andy Anderson was selected as the "Man of the'Year" by fhe Prudential Insurance Co, and was guest of the North lows General Agents and Managers Association at a speciaj dinner honoring life insurance, underwriters from agencies in Mason' City and surrounding counties. The .event was held Feb. 13. A certificate of honor was presented to Mr. Anderson. Acorn Club Acorn Club met last ThHrs.dav at the home .pf.Mrs.. Burdette Hoeppner. A discussion W9S led by Mrs"' W- E. ley, with Mrs. H. H. Murray discussing the, school, Mrs. Don Boyd discussing churches and Mrs. Charles Enneberg discussing businesses. Linda Hoeppner played- tw<? nu.iiib.ers on the organ. Mrs. pon Boyd mod.e}ed the suit she ha,d. made for Uw Vogue sewing contest. Circles Met Circles pf the church met ThqrsdW, Feb. Esther circle met a| t^e. of Mrs. H. H- Murray, Mrs Ellsworth was a gyest. peyptfons were given by Mrs. Orville ftyb and the lesson by Mrs. Bjll Sph roeder. Miriam Circle met at the hop, of Mrs. John Smith. Mrs. George Ennen g»ve devotions and Mrs. Elmer Paulsen gave the lesson. "Churches for New Times" W35 given by Lena Gutknecht. Mary Circle met at the home of Mrs. W. F. Kienitz, with Mrs. Robert Ruby assistant hostess. Devotions were given by Mrs.. Herman Jutting and Mrs. Robert Beemer gave the lesson. An article from Concern was given by Mrs. John Ulififlflt funeral for D. B\ Mayer At Led yard Sprdfly. Mr. 'ifid Mrs. Williart! Hflhke f chllcireriliient^st weekend in veffl with his parefits, Mr. arid . . f, A. M6«iken." ' "•"• Mr." and M ts: Kenneth Aukes and sons visited at the home 6f Mrs. Betty Hqer at -Buffalo Mt. an3 Mrs. "AI C. Bterstedt jnd Sjeveri vjsitejl last weefcettcf a| ;hfe John Simniptis, home 'A Stev. Mr. a,nc| Mrg. Henry darken and family v^ere Sundaji' visitorsi at the LouiS Pfide home. . Supper guests Saturday evening at the Robert thompson home "to help Cindy 'celebrate her ioth birthday \vere Mr. ap4 Mrs. Johnny "Thompson and Mrs. 'Fannie Schaumberg of Elmore. Monday, guests at ; the Stanley Steckers wdre Mr. anc( Mrs. Henry Arends of Kerkoven, Mirin. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Arends of Kerlc- o'ven, ! Mirtn. were brief callers Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Lauren; Thompson attended the D.E.K. meeting at Estherville last Saturday. Due to the heavy snow storm they stayed overnight at the Hollie Steeles and Lee, returned to Lakdta Sunday eve' fling. Monday evening visitors at hornl 6f Mr. and Mrs. Walter enati Were Mr. and Mrs. Kane, Bill and Sheryl Kane and Jtlark Cfaw?6rd ot Cylinder and Don Harson of Emmetsburg. Guests at. the Orville Ruby- hdmi ITuesday evening to help' 'Audre ce,le)3P£jte a- birthday were Mr. and Mrs, ftobert Ruby and family and Mr. and 'Mrs. Paul Kockler and familyl Mr. and Mrs.- Fred Mabus became great'grandparents for the fifth time with the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hone ot Thompson at Blue' Earth last Sum day. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Clabaugh have recently received word from their son-in-law, Dr. 'William Daniels that their daughter Sherry had been elected a candidate by the student body for the Miss Vni- versity of Chicago coritest. , The general meeting of the LC^V was held Tuesday evening. Explorer Scouts sponsored a coat and hat check at the boys sectional tournament. The money will be used for an educational trip next summer. Charles Pen-in is adviser for the group and Charrold Barrett is president, Marvin Rippentrop, vice president, Darrell Clabaugh, secretary and treasurer. Other members are George Weringa, Robert Peterson and Gary Gellen- feldt. Members of the P.A.G. Seed torn Co. entertained" their wives at dinner Tuesday evening.. Present were Mr. and Mrs, Vincent Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Becker, Mr, and Mrs. Louis Price, Mr. and Mrs. Al Dudding, Mr. and Mrs! Allan Vaske, Mr".' a^d Mri Robert Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kollasch and Mr, and Mrs. D"ori kpl- lasch. Mrs. Don Abels of Buffalo Center will be working part time at Marlon's Beauty Base, starting about the middle of March. Air. and Mrs. John V. Dqren- ibush entertained at a card party Friday evening. Present were ; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bpettcher, Mr. anti Mrs. Otto Hertzke, Mr. and, Mrs. Bill Griese, Mr. ajjd" Mrs. Ray Krominga, Mr. and Mrs. James Meurer, Mr.' and Mrs; '^letiti liia- bus, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Price. Friday supper guests 6f the Burdette Hoeppners were Mr. and Mrs. John Ellsworth and family- Monday evening callers at the H. FV Wirtjes home were Alfred Redinius of Titonka and Alvin Wirtjes of Elmore. Members of a Birthday club met Saturday at the home of Hannah Heetlaiid to help her celebrate a birthday. Present were Mrs. L. A. Nifz, Mrs. Richard Ziefske, 'Mrs".. Mary Telkamp, Mrs. George Heyes, Mrs. Signe Nelson, Mrs. Ella Ellman, Mrs. Henry Blome, Mrs. Rufus Olthoff and Mrs. Lena Swarz. Lunch was served by Mrs. Glenn Mabus and Mrs. Elmer Paulsen. M^r. and Mrs. Alvin Wirtjes of Elmore are parents of a son born Feb. 17 at the Buffalo Center hospital. He weighed 9 IDS., 8 ozs. and has been named Randy Todd. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wirtjes of Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pint of Adrian, Minn. Tuesday, February 17, 1962 Atgona (la.) Upper Dei Mo!net-f™ 50 Brave Storm To Support 4-H Party In Seneca Snneca — Approximately 50 persons attended the Seneca progres- sives 4-tt card party Saturday night in spite of the very inclement weather. 500 was played at 12 tables with high women's prize going to Mrs. Ted Jensen, low, Mrs. Dorothy Kraft; high score for "men, Leo Ramusj and low, Don Tletz. Bill Marlow won travel prize and the dpor prize, a $5 gift certificate from Art Priebe's Store Lone Rock, was won by Mrs. Geo. Kissner. Fred Johannesen is a patient at. the Holy Family hospital at Estherville having snbmitted to surgery Monday morning. He is recuperating satisfactorily. Mrs. Clarence Osborn returned home Thursday after having been a patient at the Holy Family hospital following surgery. Mr. and Mrs. John Elsbecker and family moved to a 200 acre farm they have rented near Fari- mont, Minn. They have been living on the A. J, Elsbecker farm southeast of Seneca which has been recently sold to the Ervin Vottelers. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Flint and family of Itingsted spent Monday at the Ole Pedersens helping Mr. Pedersen obse.rve his 78th birth* day anniversary. Mr. "and Mrs.'Everett Witham visited with Fred Johannesen, a, patient at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Thursday evening. Wesley Boys 4-H Wesley Boys 4-H met Feb. 14, at the home of Robert Boleneus. Plans for this years basketball tournament were made. Demonstrations were given by Bob Boleneus, Reuben Skow, and Chris. Nygaard. Joseph Skow, leader, had diagrams and explained how compression works in an engine. Mrs. Boleneus served a very fine lunch. 59 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Chris Thiles of Dunlap recently celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary. They have four children, 12 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. HONORED Anna llersom of Fonda was recently presented a pin signifying fifty years of service with the Re- bekflh Lodge. TO KNOW Around The Town and Country Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algonm . • Farm Machinery :!.•->' Trucks r- Tires Oliver MatMT-HuiU Allli-Chtlmen 0*30 Trucks FtaMton* Tlz«* Phon* CY 4-2411 Algen» YOUR ALGONA NEIGHBOR -.', ; t. i" Illlllllllllllllll Bronson Building Service "Try Us And You'll Like Us" Quality Lumber — Elljott Pajnfs MILL WORK Blunders' Hardware Tools KLINE Tanks & REDWOQP Tanks !M. of JcJ. Hwys. 18 & 169 AlgonB - CY .4-4369 luiuiuir Ernie Williams John Deere Fqrm Bqlh And Service Store Diagonal Street On CNW Tracks. Pljpne CY Alfpn iiiiiniiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiyu ' In J W* W^WWfJ""™" " " ' " ' - " ' ™ K R|rs:jr Algona Implement Co. Phone CY 4.3501 Algona ^ rr ALGONA AND KOSSUTH COUNTY Ni!0HBQR$ WORK TOGETHER FOR A BETTER LIFE Becchcr Lane Appliance . . . Where the Famous Names Greet You. Beechcr has (he appliances that go places . . . VVestinghouse, Frigidajre, Roper, Youngstown, Hamilton, Sunbeam, General Electric . . . all top quality lines. One important phase of his business is the service department. Each new appliance that comes into the store must be uncrated and completely checked before it is put on the sales floor. After it is sold it is again rechecked, delivered and installed properly. If there is a trade-in, (hat is brought to the service department for a thorough "going over". If the appliance is worth fixing up, it is then checked, worn parts replaced, tuned up, painted and then put jn the used department. People call Beechcr the Wildest Trader in Town. There is a reason for this. His many years experience has trained him to know the true vjilue of a used appliance. Just because an appliance doesn't function properly, many people think that it is worthless. Beccher can tell what is wrong with it, what new parts it may take and he has the parts in stock to fix it up. Trained workmen using proper tools put it in tip top shape. Selling his used appliances is, no worry to him as people know how good they are. A complete stock of parts for every make is a in ust in the appliance business. This requires much time, knowledge, endless parts and several manuals, — but it makes people happy to know there is service behind the product. There arc many dcfferent appliances and just one of each model fills the store so the buck up slock is waiiioused in his building on Diagonal Street. Beccher feels (hat it is his duty to keep his customers well informed. His consislant ads in the newspaper inform then) of new mmlels, special sales, cooking schools and demonstrations. Before delivering an appliance he makes sure his customer is informed as to how to get the most service from the appliance, needier even hires a factory demonstrator to help with problems in the home after the appliance is sold. Yes, service is the backbone of his business. YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR ^XNXN^V*^i^^N^X^SX%^^%XS^%^\rf I N^^^«^NX%X%^>-^^VO' Xrf >'^ x ^^^^^^^'^^^'^'^'^ x ^^» \S~i^^^S^~i^^*i^i^~^*i^~r>*J-*S^r*^^*i^4-*S-^^ •— Meet Loren Johnson, Algona This work's Country Neighbor is Lorcu Johnson, who, \yjth. (lie iweutipu of some time spent in thp U.S. Air Force, has lived hi$ entire life in Kossulh comity- Loren, sop qf -Mr. uijd Mrs. Lpslpr Johnson, Algona, was born at Bancroft in 1029. He graduated from Algona high school in 1U4G after being on the varsity baseball and basketball teams. Fur the past 17 years, since 1045, the Lester Johnsons have lived on the Way Side Farm, three miles north of Algona on highway 169. Loren (arms l(iu acres with his father. The Johnsons raise corn and oats and have pasture land. They raise 400-500 head ol hogs and about 200 chickens during an average yea)-. Loren's favorite hobbies include bowling and baseball (he formerly pitched u lot ol town team ball in this area), lie is a member of the Algona Melodist church. WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK MIPT A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR R|('s. J,oh|jsgn is the former Joanijc Pabl, who was born rai^eo; jn Ahjoua. Slip is a member of S^ Cecelia's church 9114 (CPA jjiuj is IfC^ cjuite busy looking alter the couple's JJjrec youngsters, Juliaiinc 5, Diamie 'A and Keith 1. Loren has a brother, Tasker, at Colorado Springs, Colo., and a sister, Ar|eue af Montgomery, Mil)". Photo — Engraving) CompleielT Equipped To, You' domplelelV Qu ei Oil Until Pum Wai*r Complet* FlxtuTM Beecfier Lane Appliances "Where The FAMOUS NAMES Greel You WeillnghouM In APPLIANCES WeitlnghauM Frlgldolr. Youngiiawa Buscher Brothers Impl. Adeline - tolly-Ryan - Rape* (deq Fprm Machinery jRobjnson Construction Co. Sioux Steel Buildings Building • Tor size, strength, loijg life ^nd ease . of biiijdjnp, insist on — SIOUX — Another advancement in easier fainting. E. p. ligbinson - East On Hwy. 18 Phone CY 4-3374 IS THE BACKBONE OF GOOD BUSINESS IN RURAL ANP URBAN AREAS,

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