The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1959 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1959
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I •i V 1 * fc'' ft] 6-Alaona (I*.) Of*** Pftt MolnM Thumloy, March 12, 1959 Sliver Wedding March 8 For Robert Rippentrops Lakota —» Sunday afternoon, March 8th from 2 to 5 p.m. an open house was held at the Lakota Presbyterian church tor the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Robert H. Rippentrop, former Lakotans. now residing m Elmore. Mrs Albert Rippentrop wa» tnaster of ceremonies. The couple repeated their wedding vows before Rev. Harlan Kruse.. Mrs Norman Bruhs of Titonka sang a solo, Delores Rippentrop gave a reading. A duet was given by Mrs Andrew Jensen and Mrs Vernon Smith followed by a reading given by Mrs Francis Stenberg of Elmore. A delicious lunch was served by friends with Mrs C. A. Gut- kenecht acting as dining room hostess. Mrs Cort Rippentrop of Pilot Grove, Minn, and Mrs Geo. Ennon of Elmore, cut and served the wedding cake, Mrs George Steinberg of Buffalo Center and Mrs Andrew Jansen poured. Miss Phylis Rippentrop wa& in charge of the guest book and Mrs Dick Gerdes of Titonka and Delores Rippentrop of Algona, were in charge of the gifts. Auxiliary Meeting American Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening at the James Meurer home with Mrs -Robert Ruby assisting. Due to the absence of some of the Gold Star Mothers, that program was postponed. Mrs Adah Rippentrop J gave a paper. P.T.A. Meets The postponed meeting of the P.T.A. was held Monday night with the Ted Goekes and S. L. Powers as hosts. Monica Beemer sang several songs, accompanied by Marilyn Rippentrop. A skit was given and the Rev. Hammer of Swea City showed pictures taken last summer of his trip,to Europe. The next meeting will be March 16th with the J. W. Cooks and . Robert Beemers as hosts. Marines Have Landed Richard Olson, Garry Spear, Glen Thompson -and. Bobby Haga- dorn'arrived home Saturday night from, the Marine base in San Diego,' Calif. Bobby Hagedofn arrived by ''train- and the other four boys drove home with Walter Janson, who has been visiting his sons in California., Richard Olson end Garry Spear, will be sent' to Okinawa on their return to California and the others will stay in California as far as they now know. The fifth member of this group, Robert Lappe, •who has spent most of the time since his enlistment in the Marine Hospital, will come home the latter part of April. The boys have from. 15 "to 20 days leave. March 1 Moving A great deal of moving has been going on in the Lakota area the past 'few weeks. Mr and Mrs George Heyes moved into Lakota .to the home they purchased and' remodeled. Their son, Fred Heyes moved ,to the farm, they vacated. Otto Boehms of Buffalo Center are moving to the farm vacated •by the Fred Heyes. Mr and Mrs Fred Pannkuk moved to their newly built home in Algona and their farm will be tenanted by the Maurice Carlson family who come from Swea City. The John Vokouns moved to Woden and Mr and Mra George Meyers', who have purchased that farm, will soon move there. Leslie Johnson and family moved to Algona and -Mr and Mrs Harvey Clarken and family from Livermore, Iowa have moved to the farm, vacated by the .Johnsons. The William Brass family moved to Garner and'the John Gardes family of- Titonka are on that farm, •. ' Vernon Richardson and family of Emmons, Minn, are tenanting the farm vacated by the Albert Goetz and the Goetz moved to the farm'vacated' by the Ronald Heetl'ands,, who moved to the Jerry Heetland farm. ' , neth Beck home in honor of Linda Beck's 7th and Dale Beck's 5th birthdays and Mrs A. C. Wilcok' birthday.* Mr and Mrs Mike Christ Sr. and Mr and Mrs Otto Englebarts arrived home on Tuesday after a six week's vacation trip to Texas and Florida. They spent two weeks in Texas with the George Christs and they drove on to Florida. Enroute home they stopped in Chicago, where they visited with relatives. They traveled over 6000 miles . The Acorn Club met Thursday afternoon at the Burdette Hoeppner home with 15 members present President Harriet Kruse opened the meeting. Marian Ennenberg gave a very interesting paper on "Edward R. Murrow" and Ella Buckels spoke on "What's New in Books." Linda Hoeppner gave a 'piano solo and Cheryl Rae 'Anderson played a saxophone solo accompanied by Mrs Barrett on the piano. A very enjoyable afternoon was had by all.' Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray were dinner guests on; Sunday at the home of his brother. Mr and Mrs Earl Murray ,at Buffalo Center. Mr and -Mrs , Kilmer .Hanson had as Sunday dinner guests their daughter and family, the Joe Murrays of Bancroft. They celebrated the first birthday of their gra'nddaughter Co 11 e e n Murray. Mrs Grace and Mrs Tillie Wessels of Buffalo Center were Thursday afternoon callers at- the John A. Dornbush home. > t Penny Countryman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard L. Countryman celebrated her 8th birthday on [Wednesday, March 4th by having her teacher, Mrs Virgil Gardner and seven of her ,clQssma,tes, Rochelle Ennenberg, Jan Meurer, Patty Lewis, Glenda Hertzke, ' Bonnie Kroech " and Rhonda Sleper after school. ••- Mrs Harold Busch and JoAnn of Armstrong and Marjorie Countryman of Fenton were .also guests. , „ Carmen Cook and' Cathy-Peterson represented ih6 L a k trt a Luckies at the National 4-H-^day held on Saturday in Al|ona.'. Friday afternoon, Mrs H. H. Murray, Mrs t H. D. Mussman, Mary Jane Leonard, Mrs Don Boyed, Mrs John Cook and Mrs W. D. Ley, enjoyed a 'coffee party at the home of Miss ..Elsie B,aum., , v » Mr and Mrs Duane Metzger and song -Darwin and Conely,, Mr arid Mra Victor Fitch and daughters, Korene & Judy, all of near Burt, .Iowa visited Gus Potthoff Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs A. E. Anderson and Mr aftd Mrs Robert Hamilton left for New Orleans, where Mr and Mrs Anderson will attend a Prudential AgeneieS Regional Conference from March 8th through the llth. Mr Anderson was awarded this trip for his record of achievement in sales and ser-> vice during 1958. Mrs Peter Bruer ia staying with the children. The community was saddened to learn of the death of the wife of Rev. Calvin Ukena, a former Lakota resident in Lincoln, Neb. on Wednesday, March 4. Mr and Mrs Andrew Jansen had as Sunday dinner guests, her sister and husband, Mr and Mra Earl Goodnow of Mason City and their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Arnold Karels of Frost, Minn. In the evening Mr and Mrs Fred Bleu Of Frost, Minn, visited with them. Sunday supper guests at the parental Albert Rippentrop home were Mr and Mrs Nyle Rippentrop of Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Eldon Sieberling of Ankeny, Iowa ard spending a week or so at the John Greise home. From here they afe going to Phoenix, Arizona, to visit his brother and then 6n to the coast. Mr Sieberling was roadmaster on the railroad here for a number of years. 'Lena Gutkenecht went to Mason City on Thursday where she attended an executive club meeting at the Hotel Hanford. Luella Price, daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Price, who has been attending Mankato Commercial College at Mankato,, Minn., has. completed her course and is home until she secures a position. Luella is a graduate ol Lakota high'school in the Class of 1958. • Sherry Claybaugh finished her psychiatric training at the State Hospital at Rochester, Minn.,'Friday and came home for the weekend with her parents • before resuming her training at the Kahler.^School of Nursing.. She will graduate in six months. .-Mr and Mrs A. J. Budldng took the following members of her senior home economics class to attend the Des Moines Home and Garden Show. Charlene.Thorn- sen, Donna Her.tzke, Ilona Hertzke and Cynthia Thompson, : Mr and Mrs Robert Shillington and family of Algona and Walter Jansen of Lakota were Sunday dinner guests at the Lee Olson home. ,y' Harry Roseneau was admitted to 'the Buffalo Center Hospital on Wednesday and underwent an appendectomy on Thursday morning. .He is getting along nicely. Mr and Mrs Marvin Nelson an,cl family of Blue Earth, Minn, were Sunday afternoon ;callers at the Harold Koppen home. ' Mr and Mrs Jack Reisdorfer spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the Earl Mullarkey home in Swea City.. Michael Vodrask^a and Sherry Lou Anderson, both atteftdlftg school in Minneapolis Werfc w*efe» end visitors ih Ihl&iteseSKJtive W, C. Vodraska and A. ,E. Aa4fer* son homes. " > ' ;-* ^ Jody Neuman of Grbve.,Cityf Minnesota was a Saturday* din* ner guests at, the hottttf bf hfti uncle, Mr and Mrs Frank.- Nfett* man and family. Mr and Mrs John W. Ukena had as Sunday dinner guests, hiS mother, Mrs Anna Ukena and soft Jerry and Mr and Mrs RoscdS Cherry of Estherville, .Bi/tfij^ evening Mr and Mrs .Roland l£oll£ asch and family of Bancroft were' callers. Mr and Mrs Albert E. Weaver^ spent Sunday with their, son and family Mr and Mrs Harold Wea* 4 * ver at Garner. -j Mrs Lauren Thompson -wa'a admitted to the Hospital ift- Buffalo Center on Thursday and underwent minor surgery * <to Friday. • <; Saturday evening callers at< the Richard Zielske home were 5 Mr and Mrs-Alfred Zielske and son'Of Swea City. » Mr and Mrs John Vodraska' -and family of Spencer were Sunn day dinner guests at .the parental.'. W. C. Vodraska home. •* Mr and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner) and family were Sunday din-i ner guests at the home of Mr and s Mrs Russell TePaske, forme? Lakota teacher, in Humboldt.. ; •-;/ • t» r "i Large Stock of , REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service ^ At All Times Service Motors Available For t Emergency Use PRATT^.S ELECTRIC CO. Phone CY 4-4326 Algona, la In Band Jamboree Lakota students who played in the select band at the ninth annual State Line Conference Masses Band Jamboree held Tuesday at Titonka were Dennis Christ, David Ley and Clare Barrett, clarinets; Cynthia Thompson, 'baritone saxophane; Marcelyn Erdahl, trombone; Donna* Hertzke, baritone; Lauren Heidecker, tuba; Linda Koppen, French horn and Roger Brack, the cornet. . Sunday afternoon a birthday celebration was held at the Ken* T/nyl UgJiff W-fomrl * ear-level hearing aid J>SMQ»STf!ATIQN IW 5 . most come Zenith Hewing f y-l |v. ! te 14^' '^•1 u-s r.'",, 'i 1*^1 »&*' i* -;v t .£ I"-' \ $> itfot '•'- .' tHAt'S fH6 QUESTION i , WHERE WILL YOU BE DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF SPRING? \ j -,i> The Fields or Still Getting Ready? USE THESE LAST WINTER WEEKS TO PREPARE FOR A PROFITABLE SEASON 1 US NOW FOR Want To Know My Easter Quite naturally, I plan to lead the Easter Fashion Parade, Just as' I have in years past. But, that doesn't mean that I plan to buy a whole new wardrobe. What I do plan to do, however, is. to carefully look over the spring wardrobe that I already have, to select what is worthwhile from What is not, and to have all of the good things that I already own restored to like-new appearance by the Algpna Launderers and Dry Cleaners. I'll have a wonderful, , fresh spring wardrobe at practkally no cost at all. It's not that I pinch pennies, darling, It just makes good sense. So, don't wait Another minute. Call CY 4-3265 now for free pick-up and clelivery. You'll be glad you beat the Easter rush! WHAT SIZE Dp You Need? WE GOT IT IN THIS LOT... PRICED TO SAVE YOU $ $ C C SNOW ON THE GROUND ... but Spring work not too far offl Get your tractor tire problem solved now, and save yourself a parcel of money! ANY SIZE — now at Carload Price Savings at Bradley Bros. Your old tractor tires are worth top .allowance here qt Bradley Bros, Check this deal now, farmers — drop in on us next time-you're aroundl TOP ALLOWANCE For Your Old Tractor Tires (WE NEED GOOD TRADE-INS) S.OOKING , , . for a car, wagpn, or implement tire replacement,.. priced right,,, jef us see if we cqn fix yew wp,

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