The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1957 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 19, 1957
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f tf t-Algono (la.) Upft^r DM Moln»> Thurcdoy, Sept. 19, 1957 Verona Zumach, Howard Esser, Wed, Whittemore WhiH*mote — Sunday afternoon, Sept. 15, Verona Zumach. daughter of Mr and Mrs Reinhard Zumach and Howard Esser. FOII of Mr and Mrs Joseph Esser. all of Whittemore were united in marriage in a double ring service in St. Paul's Lutheran church. Rev. Paul G. Woinhold, .local pastor, officiated at 2 p.m. Reuben Biitzke, church organist, played the nuptial music, and accompanied Marlene Walker, who sang "Our Wedding Prayer"; and the "Lord's Prayer." Mr Zumach escorted his daughter down the aisle to the altar. She was attractive in a white floor length gown of net over tulle with sabrina neckline, trimmed with sequins and tiny pearls, with fitted bodice and long lace sleeves coming down to the wrists. Her bouffant skirt was of hand clipped imported chantilly. lace and nylon tulle with altef-j nate tiers of lace" and tulle dowh' the back of the'-skirt.. Ha' fingertip veil of imported illusion 1 net was held in place by a'crown of iiridescent sequins and seed-' ed pearls. She carried a laven-. der orchid on a white Bible with tiny white satin streamers. Her only jewelry was Her pearl earrings a gift from, the bridegroom. Mrs Harlan Vaudt, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Jane Esser, a niece of the bridegroom, wasv flower girl, and daughter of Mr and Mrs Roland Baser of West Des'.Moines. *Robin Vaudt, nephew of the bride, and a son of Mr and Mrs Harlan Vaudt, was ring bearer. Roland Esser of West Des Moines attended his brother as best man. Ushers were Marcus Zumach, brother of the bride, and Harlan Pompp, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. A receptin and a 5 o'clock din' ner was held for 225 guests in the church parlors. The bride's table was decorated in her chosen colors, lavender and white, with a three tiered wedding cake. Agnes Schipporeit was in charge of the guest book and was receptionist Marian- Heinrich and Eldora Maahs were in charge of the gifts. Table waitresses were Carol Zumach, Shirley Dau, Laura Broesder, Elaine and Eunice Maahs, Jean Baker, Wilma and Darlene Wagner, Janice Zumach, Nancy SchmeliBg Carol Wittkopf "and Diaae and Marlys Frink. The bride attended the St. Caul's Lutherah school, and the iwhittemore public school and ^graduated with the class of 1946 .and for the past seven and one half years she was employed in the grocery department in Zumach Market. Mr Esser attended the Whittemore Public School and graduated with the class of 1945 and is employed in Kossuth County highway work. ; The young couple left on a wedding trip to an undisclosed destination and upon their return home they will live at 8^ East State St. in Aigona A son was born 'to Mr and Mrs Lorenz Gade Saturday. They Wow have a family of two boys and two girls. Mr and Mrs Hugo Gade of Algona and Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. visited at the home of Mrs Mathilda Meyer Monday evening. .•••* j Mr and Mrs Erwin Braat/. and family, Mrs Arthur Put?, and family and Miss Alvina Braatz of Wells, Minn. visitrtflL at the home of Mr and Mrs Louis IJraat?; Sunday. The women ale sisters of Mrs Louis Braatz. Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and sons were Monday evening visitors at the Arthur Heidenwith home. Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs William Ostwald and daughters, Mr and Mrs Bert Seely ard family, Mr and Mrs Edwin Greinert and family, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and family of here, Mr and Mrs Eldon Fehr and family of West Bend, and Mr and Mrs Paul Dietrich and family of Rodman were Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn in honor of their son William who left Tuesday to be inducted in the army. Mr and Mrs Ross Vaux of West Bend and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle visited with relatives in Brewster, Minn. Sunday. Mr and Mrs Dennis Weber and family of here, Mr and Mrs Bud Ferden and son Randy of Algor\ visited at the parental home ot Mr and Mrs Simon Weber. Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker and son Jay and daughter Joyce of here, Mrs Bessie Walker and Arthur Locke of Algona visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Walker of Delavan, Minn. St. Benedict By Mrs Philip Portland Boys 4-H Portland boys 4-H met Sept. 5, with election of officers taking place. David Rasmussen was named president, Arnold Schutter is vice president, Dick Trunkhill is secretary-treasurer, and Jim Sparks is reporter. The Francis and Dan Froehlich families surprised the father of Francis and Dan hy going to Ms home with a birthday dinner at noon September 9. In the evening some of his grandchildren came bringing a gift and to have lunch with him. , On the evening of Sppt. 5 at the' SI. Benedict School hall, Fathgf Ernst and the four Parish Sistefj and the St. Benedict Choir members met for n farewell in honor of Jcannette McCarthy, oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Don McCarthy, who left Sept. 6 for Dubuque to became a member of the Presentation Ordeiy>f Sisterhood. The choir members and also Anna Bohnenkamp, Father's housekeeper, played court whist. The group presented Jeanette with a appropriate going away gift. Since her graduation in '56 from St. Cecelia's Academy, Jfiannette was employed as secre- tiry to Courtly Attorney Gordon Winkel. Mi and Mrs Geo. Kunkel and family \verf at a Kunkel reunion Suncby, Sept. 15, at George's sister's home, that of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Spangler. Many people in this vicinity •flfere at the reception of Mr and Mrs Joe Balk in honor of their BOth wedding anniversary at the K.C. building Sunday, Sept. 15. Dryers On Way! Solid Iruckload 1 of Maytag "Halo Of Heat" Clothes Dryers coming to our store. Will be on sale from truck al out store Friday & Saturday. Introductory price — $199.95. NORTH IOWA t APPLIANCE CENTER YOU CAN GET YOUR BEAUTIFUL ELGIN-AMERICAN PEARL NECKLACE rod A 'LUCKY HALF-BUCK* AT ANY ONE OF THESE STORES GIVING • ' ..' " •...-....• KING KORN STAMPS Council Oaks Store Cook's Standard Service Elk Cleaners Ken & Leo's Service STAMPS FREE WITH EVERY PURCHASE •••SERVING YOU BETTER-SAVING YOU MOR.E / Prim frr Thurfc, Fr!., »§»„ S*B(, lfl.20-21 ct4-wf Box of NATCO XPEPWR ^t9t ARMOUR'S STAR QUALITY BEEF AT IT^S FINEST. I'S NATIONAL TEA COMPANY PACKS THIS COFFEE ANp GUARANTEES IT TO BE 100% PURE COFFEE! 10 TIMES YOUR MONEY BACK IF ANY ADULTERATION CAN BE PROVEDI Delicious, tender BONELESS ROLLED RUMP ROAST Ho W«U. It'« All Meat RIB ROAST 1st Thru the 5th Rib p|R THE KING OF ROASTS LB. Juicy Itmptlnt toodnm that brines compliment! FRESH LEAN 100% ALL BEEF LEAN, PHEDICED. BONELESS BEEF STEW MEAT CA* Perth. 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I9« - your family . l-ucky Hdf-Puck,, Sting it *Qd ex«h«AB« it B»Uo«*Ily I dv Awencan Valencw pswrl tot .nhwd «t %fJ»> So jwry ! . . .,, Cww» in toke »dvM>t»ge of thi» lowftton, v»| offer befete tha lauuA IWMf •" " in ' Ernie William's Field Day Report Mi feikit You've probably heard by fioto thftt John Deere put on one erf the biggest fMd day, all-around farm shows ever in the stat'e last week, but I atri sure you'd like to know more about it. Here's some pictures of that g6brl John Deere equipment in opef- atlaft at the field day and some oi the story behind it. This was the largest farm demonstration ever put on by any one manufacturer and it was staged at the Beck brother's farm just south of Waterloo. Deere and Company rented that whole farm, all;500 acres of it, way back before last Christmas just for this onfe day. That Way there was 1 time to lay this year's whole crop out just so there would be plenty of variety and space for you farmers to test out the Deere equipment. There was even an air strip built at one end of the place for flying farmrs to come right down on. . . Thing* were laid out in fifty different sections, all-arranged so everybtoiBy cquld walk ig'nbtincf and see and operate everything they wanted td, : but thatfcjojuld mean plenty of walking so there were regular Wagon trains -pulled by Deere 420 tractors that took folks fight where they wfnted to go. The big idea was to let everybody operate some of that machinery or walk right along side While it was in operation. There were plows going there all the way from three to six bottom; there were balers and dryers and even the big new picker-sheller was operating — this was beside choppers, and discs, and sprayers. All together over 100 tractors with their matched equipment were running. You can see a few of them in the pictures here, So take a look and then come on down to my Jch,n Deere farm store. We can arrange to demonstrate any kind of 'equipment right on your farm if you like- Tfou'll see then what farmers saw at the'field day — John..&ee>e efcuipmi54Hj:tt>pkes, work faster and easier. Farmers Saw Ljatest J-Deere Line Let's start off, with, news that's really new 1 . Look at what's going on behind this Johri Deere 14-T baler. It's a new* wagon loading -Bale Ejector that has the whole crowd watching. This machine was one-of the big hits of the diy. With it any one farmer can do' all- ihis"' baling" and loading by himself \yithout LJOHHD««««/ ever lifting a v - . —-—^ bale. The baler puts the hay together and this new ejector fires' the bale right back onto the' wagon. Here's a machine that can cut down expense and save time -"*• once. The Bale Ejector In Action This new ejector couldn't steal the show from that 14-T baler, though. The John Deere 14-T has features like bale groovers, two safety guards to prevent needle breaking, easy adjustments for different bale sizes, and that rugged- Deere construction that holds down costly in-the-field breakdowns. See anybody you know here? This second picture shows a group from Algona around one of those 14-T balers. You don't win a prize if you pick out. anybody here, but you get a prize everytime in a John Deere baler. You can operate this baler with no more than a two plow tractor and use it for stationary baling without any additional pickup drive. Here's a piece of rugged equipment going into action. It s one of the new Deere siK bottom plows and that's a powerful 720 diesel pulling it. f There's a visiting farmer driv- > r ing with a factory representa- V- tive. He's just starting to feel ; out the power of the big 720, one of the simplest and most effici- —-T—- ent machines in any field. Takes the muscle out of working arid puts acres in. Heavy ground or hard, when those six bottoms start turning soil, that's plowing. "' * Let me tell you, watching all that Deere equipment doing the work ,is all right. That's when I spotted Edward Schmitt and his son Richard doing just about the time everybody was getting ready to go home. Just couldn't see enough of that Deere equipment in action. It was a long day, but for this pair not too long to keep looking. This last place is one you ought to know well. It's my farm equipment store just west of the tracks on Diagonal- Street. We have all' kinds of Deere |equjpment there and we can always bring more in. Come on out and arrange a demonstration on your own farm of anything you want to see and remember, Deere has a credit buying plan of its own that makes it easier to own the best Deere" equipment. Kossuth Farmers And The New Baler Checking Out,A.New Six Bottom End Of l ft Full Day With Deere 's Jolua Reere Center

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