The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1959 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1959
Page 10
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jO '""I "' Mftfo*l thurtdoy, Marsh 5, Spear - Hippen Nuptial Vows, Lakota, Feb. 22 ,• Lakoia *— A very pretty wedding tooft plats Sunday» Feb. 22 at the Presbyterian church in Lakota when Miss Rosalie Spear, daughter df Mr and Mrs Dick Spear was united irt marriage to Mariyri Hippen, son oj Mr and ^M« William E. Hippen, by the , itev. Harian ttruse. The double " 3rtng v ceremony was performed. The 'bride was given in marriage byhfcr father, ,,. 4 • « tie bride Wfl3 attended by , sister of the 8. JUi Crawford, NOW Sunbeam Bread HAS IOWA BUTTER ' Added to The Shortening , Larry Spear attended the btrde- A Deception for 40 guests was held tt the home of the btW* parents with Mrs George Otis tot Albert Lea, Minn, serving the wedding cake and Mrs -John Asche pouring, Immediately after the fecep- lion, Mr and Mrs Hippen left fot Pott Mea'de, Marylaftd. where Mr Hippen is stationed with the tI,S.> Air Force. Mrs Royce Hippen and Miss Mildred Berhow attended to the opening Of the many gifts, SSih Anniversary Mr aw! Mrs S. P. Powers eele- bfated Ihelf 55th Wedding anniversary ftt their home oil Suh* day the 20th of February, Mr and Mrs Powers were married on Feb. 10, 1904 ,in the St. JameS Catholic Church at Lee, 111. They are the parents of five children, 'Ralph of Buffalo, N, Y, William of Willmette, Illinois Kalherine (Mrs Tom O'Conner) o Baltimore, Maryland, Dr. Rober Powers of Bement,-lll, and Steven L, of Elmdre,- - ,/' A family ditiner was held a Forest-City at rioom ^The square cake decorated with *av replica o the Holy Bible-and floWers done in emerald green, Was baked by Mrs ,Tohn Steinberg of Ledyard. The guest book was in charge of their granddaughter, Miss Margaret Powers. Mrs Powers' two sisters, Mrs Art Gleichmanrt and husband of Rockford, 111. and Mrs Katherine Dugan of Shabbonna/. 111. ' Were among the tguests of honor. The ladies of the Rosary Society of the •Sacred Heart Church o"f Ledy&rd served the lunch. Farewell £or Heyes A farewell party was held at the *City Hall Tuesday" night for Mr and Mrs Eizo Heyes. They plan to move this we£k to Mason City. Their daughter^ Marlen6 'is attending school .there and their other daughter; Leona, -will stay with the Harry BIbmes and ,finish) .school here as-she is a senior.' - . • • • .' Present were Mr and Mrs John LeRdy fe linKm, Jfen- nie JohHson, Mr and Mrs Albert artd Mr 6nd Mrs Ed Mr and Mrs,Leo id Mrs RfchSitf nm __ eiufc ' tody 1 ' tteij&ri 4-tt Club met Tuesday evening. Feb. the Ernest Heidefker 17th at home. We talked aoout the ribbons .jeelvM ftom the fait fot tfce Historian, Elten V>n Hove, Mrs Ray Johnson gave ideas on how to make picture frames, waste pajjfcf Baskets and foot stools. Pictures were taken, .by Linda Kpllasch, Sandra Van Hove'and Mrs E. Heidecker. Linda BOett- cher was visitor for the evening, Center A and . fcrfee d! LakMA. Mr and Mrs M . and Kent of Buffalo J» A, Aflfh Steel) Ceftler, _~-_—- ~— a , HJ^pfert tot Waterloo called jy- j|ff Ifjf ftfnkMfMnh"'' '-*' •"*, 'Mr* affli h»d. at weekend _ daughter Sherry and three friends fr&rff RdeHesHery " lota. AM girls training. home Friday from Palo Alto, Calif., where she had Visited daughter and Wedding Mr and Mrs Robert Rippentrop will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with open house at the Presbyterian church at La* kota, Iowa on Sunday, March 8th frotn 2 to S p.m. The program will start at 2:30 p.m. All relatives, 'friends and neighborsvare Invited to attend. No iitvlffilibttB ate being sent., < '• ii' i '• c < ' Messers Ed' 0utkenecht' and Gus Potthoff returned\ 'Tuesday frdm & month's stay in California. John E. Smith, -who madfe tti^ trip out "With them, is staying on for a longer visit. »« °«t * I.: 1^<» rr<,,„„,!>,,,, '**«;««' aVAHOUH, mis mJluue .oucnuiit:!, *;.?>. L i y .. 1 5?i.T" es l?/ ™£D; Mr. Laura Penny, Mrs Amelia Science Shrinks Piles r New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Believes Bain | New Ycrk, JT. Y. (Spril.l) —*Por tho" first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing, ability,, to shtin ( k hetnor-, ' ^b'ojdsf stpp -Kchtngt ,and relievo, pain'- 1 ' without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction ^h^jp^lt^fiJMS^t^fii, .ji, ' Most amazing of all—results worn so' thorough that sufferer* nmilp '• v Vitonishlng sfeilomcnti liU "Piles hnvo ceased to bo a problem!" The secret Is a now healing sub- Stance (9io-Dynq*)T-discqsery of ^.^world-^amdus^research triStltHW; This'substance Is now available -in fuppnsitory or ointment form Bunder the name Preparation H.* guarantee. " * •Ror. tJ. 8. Pal. Off. Ogren Mrs . . ing for St. Petersburg, Fla., where he will meet his wife who haa been there for several weeks caring for her mother, ,'Mrs 1 Opal Wheeler who has* been -ill.* They plan to take a trip tip ihe East Coast before returning home.r, The American Legion Auxiliary met Monday night, Mar, 2, at the home of Mrs James Meurerwith Mrs Robert Ruby as assistant hostess. ' , Mrs H. D. Mussmen'was host- tess to the Acorn ,Club ;oh Thursday afternobn. Mrs I.' E. Wortman 'and Mrs Jennie' Gut- kenecht gave reports. The next meeting will be on, March 5th at the • home of Mrs Burdette Hoeppner. Ledyard Township Farm 1 Bu-' reau Homemakers Club met at the home of Genevieve Hoeppner on Friday, the 20th. Mrs .Henry Steenhard was in charge ,0^ the, lesson. Lucille Bierle and Gertrude Winter gaye the lesson. <, ]VTi % s Dick Steenhard underwent major surgery on Friday the 20th at the Buffalo Center hospital. She is doing very well, and ho'pes to , be able to return home «th,(3 later part of the week. '? Mr and Mrs Alfred Christ were most pleasantly surprised Sunday eveningL' whenfl>the, v , dropped in to help them their 20th wedding anniversa jMr.^npl, WJ^le .PfettgcSon, Mr ah'd Mrs AlSln Nelsdri/ 'AUen, Donoven and Naomi of Buffalo calietfi in Dos c.3&fl4 . __ L. a Jl bey* of the ,~ r .~._ r wenl to Ames .Where rental Ai Slate play OklaliitiajState. parish hall of'Sl> Paul'rvwh'Joah •l^^sSS^*^^ *; -.- Homeittakers me.t at we l . Mrs Ddnald Clipper Friday noon, Feb. 20. ' Co-hoste Mrs John S". Rippentropv Mr and Mrs Roger Thompson are the parents 'of a' Son bom- at the Buffalo Center hds£itai,r Tuesday evening Mr and C. A. Gutkenecht, Mr and4tr» Ray Beaker, Mt» and Mrs Bufdfette Hoeppner ahd Mr and Mrs Ernest Hfeide«ker attended a Conservation dinner and meeting in Swea City. Mrs Waiter LUnfi family, the Dick ' W'past -riidftth. rnoon;* Wtg^ Rosa ^Sunday ,V afternoon;* Wtg^ Rosa Rfcnmstocki entertained for four ladle's h&vlhg 'JJttthdaVs, , Bertha* Anna , ' >Addlph Poppe. '' guests,included,Mrs H: J. 'Kilmer .Hfinson, Peter Bruer, Mrs Emtna* Mrs Minnie ,Boettcher, the church were, --Flor- Koppen, Mrs Lena Schwarz, Mrs P. C. Geilenfeld and Mrs William Bauman. "Wednesday evening C.'F.^-En* rienberg attended a sales/ meeting of the Frigidaire Dealers jn Ban-' 'croft, • • / Ladies of the U.P.W.- of the Presbyterian Church met Thursday . afternoon in parlors. Hostesses ence Paulson, Lucille Bierle and fiorothy Rippentrop.' Devotions were'given'by Adah Rippentrop, the lesson by., .Gertrude •.Gut- ^kenecht and Harriet Kruse. ,y» . Tuesday evening Dr. and Mrs John Lundquist "entertained Dr. •&hd 'tytrs H,' H. Murray, ' Ann iRobinson, Sophie Ellsworth-, and Mike and Woody Ellsworth^ at a birthday^ supper in honor of their •daughter;Kay's third birthda'y',' Wheels ore 5 Inches Norther apart. This widens the stance, not the body; vW •f^^ Gives you a steadier, balanced, road-hugging ricle. ,SE6 YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED . f • ^ • '«• LETS' GET ACQUAINTED the SECURITY STATE Bank I >*V .Not long ago, the. Security. .State, Bank moved Into. Its new quarters,and .wefre, sure , many of; you stopped in during our Open House to say hello. If you dldn't//'Get A'Cqualnt- ed Days" in Algona this week should be a wonderful time to drop in and see our new building and visit with us. We'll be most happy to acquaint you with pur facilities and ^. - services. And you'll'meet the gents pictured below, who handle the business 'for this Kossuth county firm. •'*! -,'. ' .» ERNIE 0 WILLIAMS STATE,STREET '•:: •'•> .1 BF BBB - ' KlH ' ' D ' mm ripJHs?^ • • ,'A" 1 'V r-.*' -.3 \.' !' .' <" x , \ , 4 Cjrhori In And 'Meet Our Pefsonnel., Learn, First "The Bes^Way To,Save'Js Jo^Shop Penney's" We WELCOME , ^ President: Judy'Mitchejl I'/ '" : > •Vice P.res.: SusSn' L'bvstad >< ' r v " ; IN OUR STORED SATURDAY, /ARCH ' ' '' • .Chatiie.CWillianliSon. Manager C. B. MURTAGH President E. A. SCHEMEL Cashier HAROLD VANCE Vice-President FRED DIEKMANN Asst."' Cashier * ~'/., t £Kf Welcome Kossuth 4-H Club* i CARFIELD HUSTLERS Vi *f\ ,"w"j*fV*. • i ' ' A special welcome to the Garfield ,HM*t|er,4»H club, which will have a display • of iheir e|ub work set up in aur bank Saturday. Vice-president Philip Fisher Jr. of J \ West'B^nti is'pictured at right, President l$ t Riffifrd Bflniwart, also of W**t Bend, will ;' : ,'.be^'hi)re with .Philip to explain theirfdls- f ; t - play «nd club work to you. Be sure to «;ome Sftturd^y for 4*H Days and *hpw ^ ! e«t in 'th'e fine work these 4-H ; young people are doing in our country, •&,"'.) , ,"\ r f " f • • ' • , •?•-'«• JI • fl I " Friendly Bank «.. ^ f . *>*•. Mrs Julia JHeniges Says — "The > Best Way jjo Save Is To Shop , Penneysi" | v ' i r - • EASTER VALUE DEMONSTRATION Exclusive With Penneys — / 100% Nylon Jersey Womens Dresses Mr Darrelb Ludwig Says — "The Best "Way" To* Save, Is; To Shop xpenneys!" ' '• '^ i\< • xpenneys! EASTER VALUE DEMONSTRATION Mrs Rosetta' ,Wesley Says — "The Best Way fo; Save Is To 'Shop ^ Penney'sl" , ' ' , , ' EASTER VALUE DEMONSTRATION See The Newest Group Of Penney's Exclusive Wonder Dresses! The New Prints Will, Make You Feel Like, Spring — Misses and Half Sizes. ' ", 10 95 Just Have ^ The Junior Boy Try On Some Of Our' Spring Pattern Just Let,Me Show You Penneys famous ., '<,',' '> Towncraft Tailored f Lustrous Pimq Coftbri '• Dress Shirts 2» 1^ rt f ,1 -i. - ^ « TU cu^t Pnint fPused 9 M UO I Pattern Jackets Of Wool'Blended With ' Th ,t y H r! I i r « s In sTnflr A=S I Nylon'And Rayon. Rayon, Acetate Flan- *JT Collars And Barrel Cuffs. All Sanfor- «(•-— J ^ SIsck)} Tha| , Sport Splits = S ized, All Machine 7= f- 1 ~ • •; Sizes 3 J9 8 t.f ' •. .Mrs Joan Djefeman Best Way Tp^Save Pejiney's!" •/ ', Says — "The t Is,To Shop j E ASTER VAIUE DEMONSTRATION Nev^ W«5h|i(|\Wpffl£*' Wfove Mrs Maxine Tague Says — "The ' Bft?i Way To Save Is To EASTER VALUE DEMONSTRATION let Me Show You Our Large Set Cottor^^Co^ti Dmiers An4 Such'A , A, PiFfc ifiWS, Strei. Knee .Mrs he.ln)iB. jZwiefel Says rW^ T P ,S W Wy-'sr Vt 1 T' ^" ;"u «-«••-••' ' EASTER VALUg DEMONSTRATION Only You Wjjl Know How Little Hosiery The Poufele ! fe»»pedi

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