The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1965 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1965
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(to.) Upper D*t Molnet Thursday, Feb. 4, 1045 Bscker*Ludwig Vows >4re Spoken Here January 30 Joan M. Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Becker, and Gary J. Ludwig, son of Mrs. Agnes Ludwig and the late John Ludwig of Corwith, were married Sat. Jan. 30, 1965 at 10a.m. nuptial mass at St. Cecelia's in Algona by Msgr. P. P.Gearen, with a double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted by her father. Matron of honor was her sister, Jean Becker of Sioux City, la. Bridesmaid was Mrs. Bill Ludwig, Corwith, and the best man was Bill Ludwig, Corwith. Groomsman was Ronald Becker, Irvington. Ushers were James Hilbert of LuVerne, James Klemm, Algona and Richard Ludwig, Corwith. Soloist was Mrs. Vincent Bernardo and organist, Miss Kathleen Griffin, both of Algona. The dinner was held at the V. F. W. hall, Algona with 250 guests. A reception was held in the afternoon, also at the V. F. W. and a dance was held, there in the evening. Mrs. James Klemm and Joan Klemm had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Phillip Carlson and Mrs. Gary Davis poured. Mrs. Richard Ludwig and Mrs. Edward Bormann cut the cake. Waitresses were Karen Alt, Esther Otto, Mrs. Bernard Weydert and Carolyn Gerber. Gifts were opened by Mrs. Ronald Rosenmeyer, Mrs. James Rosenmeyer, Mrs. Bob Hudspeth, Mrs. Davf Ludwig and Mrs. Warren Ludwig. The newlyweds went on a three weeks' trip in the west. The bride has been employed at Druggist Mutual Ins. Co. in s Algona and the groom is a farmer. * The bride's gown was a floor length dress of bouquet taffeta with a removable train, scalloped neckline with embroidered alen- con lace. Skirt and train were appllqued with lace. The veil was ballerina length of pure silk illusion with a crown of lace flowers and clusters of pearls. She carried a bouquet of orchids. St. Joe KC's Will Hold A Pancake Supper ST. JOE - Knights of Columbus will hold a regular meet- Ing Feb. 3, at 7:30 p.m. Lunch committee will be Ralph Bormann, Donald Bormann, Peter Reding and David McGuire. K. C. Ladies Night will be held Feb. 4 with a 6:30 p.m. pancake and sausage supper. Pancake committee, Milford P lathe, Richard Kohlhaas, Marvin Reding, Sylvester Wagner, John Capeslus, Raymond Kohlhaas, Tom Bormann, Wilfred Schneider, Wm. Erpelding, Bernard Streit, Irvln Mertz, Herbert Bormann, Kenneth G. Bormann, James Hilbert, Eugene Mertz and Bernard Thilges. -o- 1 ^ Mr. and Mrs. Ed McGulre left Saturday for a several weeks' winter vacation. Janet Reding entered St. Joseph's faercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Sunday, and ' underwent a tonsillectomy Monday morning. NOTICEl THE IOWA STATE BANK AND THE SECURITY STATE BANK WILL BOTH BE CLOSED FRIDAY, FEB. 12 IN OBSERVANCE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY AND MONDAY, FEB. 22 IN OBSERVANCE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY Banns of marriage were published in St. Joseph's church, Sunday, for Tom Reding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reding, St. Joe, and Phyllis Dimond, daughter of Mrs. Marie Dimond of Algona. The wedding will take place Feb. 20 in St. Cecelia's, Algona. Mrs. Adeline Wagner returned home Friday from Mercy hospital, where she had been a surgical patient the past week. Jim Erpelcllng, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding, Francis Kenne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kenne, students at Loras College, Dubuque, spent several days' mid-semester vacation here with home folks. Betty Wagner left Saturday for Colorado Springs, Colo., where she is employed. C. D. A. will meet Feb. 10 at 7:30 p.m. Committee in charge of lunch and social hour will be Mrs. Ted Wagner, Mrs. Daryl Baker, Mrs. Bernard Streit, Mrs. Clarence Bormann, Mrs. John Hllbert and Mrs. E. J. Gales. St. joe - Trojans 4-H Club held their annual Parents Night Thursday evening, with a potluck supper in St. Joseph's school. Estimate of the feed budget was the highlight of the meeting. The meeting was closed with Tom McGulre leading the 4-H Pledge. The Club will participate in the annual county basketball tournament with a Junior and senior team. Next meet- Ing will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Berte, with Dennis Berte as host. Bernard Schade had his tonsils removed at St. Ann hospital, Algona, Thursday. Mrs. Robert Altman entered St. Ann hospital Thursday as a medical patient. Representatives of Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. will give a demonstration in St. Joseph's school hall, Jan. 25, for the students and Thursday evening, Jan. 28, at 8 for the public on the new telephone project, which will' go into effect on Feb. 21. The public is invited to attend. Norman Klein, freshman college student at Ames, underwent knee surgery at Campus hospital, Thursday, and is spending the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein, and sister, Mrs. Joe Loe- baoh and son. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider and family spent the weekend with relatives at Litchfield, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding visited from Monday-til), -Thursr day at the home of-Mrs-.'Anna Bormann, North Washington, and also visited with friends. Meet LuVerne Seniors Mr. and Mrs. George Ham and son from Ames, spent the weekend here In the home of Mrs. Ham's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ed Bormann, and also attended the Becker-Ludwig wedding in Algeria, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, St, Joe, and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, Algona, returned home Friday from a 6-week visit with relatives in Phoenix, Ariz. Linda Adami Wint Linda S. Adams, is this year's Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow for Garrigan high school. She scored highest at the school in a written homemaking examination taken Dec. 1. She is now>efigible for state and national scholarship awards ranging from $500 to $5,000. »« American investments abroad total an estimated $34 billion. The U. S. produced 2,807,000 tons of potash in 1964. CLARA MAE SCHNAKENBERO Clara is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg of LuVerne. Her senior activities in school are basketball, Softball, speech, mixed chorus, twirler and band. Clara's favorite pastime is sewing. Her favorite food is swiss steak and her favorite song is Wedding Song. Clara plans to attend Iowa State University and major in home economics. Her subjects this year are physics, English, bookkeeping, trigonometry, home economics, government and advanced math. Clara's pet peeve is a person who "throws slams" and people who do not brush their teeth daily. RONALD J. TRAUOER Ron is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Trauger of Livermore. His activities Include marching band, mixed chorus, basketball and track. Ron's favorite pastime is coin collecting. Ron rates shrimp and pizza as his favorite foods. He likes all popular songs. After graduation Ron plans to go to college, but he hasn't decided where yet. His senior subjects are bookkeeping, English, trigonometry, advanced typing and government. Ron's pet peeve is two-faced people and people who go around hitting other people for no reason at all. IT if-.- • , Jill Marie Reding, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Reding, was baptized Sunday by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Diane Reding and Merlin Altman. Sister N. Delores and Sister Rose Marie of Sioux City, spent last weekend here with the former's sister, Mrs. Irene Bormann and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alphons Berte left Thursday for a trip through southern states. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bormann, Davenport, were visitors here with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reding and family, and also visited other relatives this week. Mrs. Peter Becker was guest Thursday at the home of Mrs. Peter Kirsch when the R-Nu Club, met. Receiving pjizes at 500 were Mrs. Tony Weydert, Mrs. Ralph Reding and Mrs. N. J. Weydert. Mrs. Adeline Wagner entertains the club Feb; 25. 38 Named To Honor Roll, Burl School BURT - 11 students of the Burt senior and Junior high school had an A average for the 1st semester of the school year. They are: Jean Mescher, senior; Juniors: Jane Barslou, Duane Peter and Doug Black; sophomore: Nancy Ackerman; 8th Grade: Diane Person, Howard Batt Jr., and Kathleen Patterson; 7th Grade: Marilyn Cherland, Ruth Long and Gaile Wermers. 27 other students had a B average for the semester. They are: Patricia Zwiefel, Bob Melville, Richard Grebken, Nancy Becker, Merwyn Cunningham, Linda Fairbanks, Vickie Koestler, Robert Lovstad, Joyce Baumgard, Diane Hoppus, Linda Meyer, Dianne Miller, Clint Patterson, Linda Becker, Deborah Kohlhaas, Sandra Ortman, Scott Scheer, Debra Stenzel, Janet Becker, Jeanenne Chaffe, Patt Hildman, Donna Larson, Jayne Larson, Patricia Sheirbon, Connie Sheirbon, Jill Smith and Barbara Hamilton. THIS ACCIDENT WON'T COST EITHER DRIVER A CENT! New! 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FUEL OIL COMPARE OUR PRICES I YOU GET THE FINEST QUALITY FUEL OILS FOR LESS MONEY, Give Us A Call For Your Next Fill VIKING OIL CO. 295-3749 ROY STOFFEl, Owner "W! GIVE KING KORN ft 00LD BOND STAMPS"! FARM Sine* my farm it sold and I am moving out of the state, I will, sell the following described property at the farm at the south edge of St. Joe, or 11 miles south of Algona on highway 169; or 13 milM north of Humboldt on highway 169; or seven miles west'of LuVerne on ... — . SALE BEGINS AT 1 P.M. - FARM MACHINERY - 1963 FORD 6000 DIESEL TRACTOR 500 hrs., wide front, power steering, power brakes, power wheels, sefect-o-speed trans. Dual range P. T. 0., ground speed P. T. 0., rear wheel weights, front end weights. Here is a tractor like new. 1—1963 Ford Mounted Plow/4-16" 1—Ford side Rake, 8 ft., 3-point hitch 1—Allis-Chalmers WD 45, with power steering, power pak, wide front, heat hbuser, A-l / . . . I—-Allis-Chalmers 4 row Cultivator 1—1962 MM, wheel type Tandem Disc, 18" blades, groaseless bearings 1—1958 Kelly-Ryan Elevator, 54 ft., PTO 1—1954 Massey Harris Tractor Spreader 1—3 section Rotary hoe; 3-polnt hitch 1—IHC End Oate Seeder 1963 GRAIN-0-VATOR 25 DS SERIES Tandem wheels, 155 bu., 14 ft. boom auger, will reach 22 ft. bin. Like New. 1—1957 Graln-O.Vator model 30 1—S & H unloading wagon PTO on Case running 'gear 1—New Idea 628 running gear with hoUt, and wood flare box 1—8 ft. x 14 ft. flat rack - TRUCK - 1—1959 G.M.C. 300, with new 8 x 14 ft, Grain Box. Engine fust overhauled with less than 1500 mile*. NEAR NEW -HOG EQUIPMENT- 2 BUTLER BULK-O.MATIC TANKS WITH ELECTRIC MOTOR, 6 Ion tixe, wed littli! 7—Utility Hog Feeders, 60 bu. 1—Big Huiky Hog Feeder, 60, bu. 4—Utility Pig Starter Feedtr I—Peters Water Tank 1—loading Chutt on rubber 1—Auger and motor, 4", 10 ft, • No Property Removed Until Settled For -HAY- Some Oat Hay Some Alfalfa and Orchard grist - MISCELLANEOUS - 2—14 ft. Feed Bunki 300 gil. storage tank for liquid fertiliser 1-2-way Hydraulic Cylinder 1—3-polnt hitch for Allii'Chalmtri 45 or D-17 f Not Responsible For Accldtntf ALVIN H. ERPELDING OWNER - KLIVE ft YUN9ESER0, AUCTIQNIIRS "RED" MADSIN, CURK

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