The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1959 · Page 4
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f «S*l<r ' ~S.-*Mr* V'*':!' 4-A!gon« M Upptf 0« MottiM Thurtday, July, 23, Norma Bierle Wed July 14 sacola, Fla. Eggleslon Reunion Thi* annual reunion of the Norms Jean Sierie, daughter of Mrs Aliee Bierle, Lone Rock and Gerald H. Bormatm, son of Mr arid Mrs Charles Bormann of Whittemore, were married in a double ring ceremony performed at St. Michael's church at Whittemore by fiev. Charles Sormann of Remsen, July 14, at 9:30 a.m. Acoyltes were Tom and Henry Haag. The bride wore a gown of white tulle and ChanUlly lace. The bodice was fashioned of 1«* 1 S"'"£i t ^urda^Rore *«rfiK *> ansutMo,* v,n/suiin« ~t „„„,,;„ <tsancrou. Saturday visitors figgleston family was held Sunday at the George A. Eggleston home in LiiVernfe with 43 attending. Mrs Betty West, Lynwood, Calif., youngest sister of G. A. Eggleston, came the farthest and was the honored guest, Mr and Mrs Phil Henderson, LuVerne, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Eddie Green of Algona attended Sunday a Swazy^Berner family reunion at Blooming Prairie, Minn., with 63 attending Visitors Friday in the Mr and Mrs Henry J. Hinz home were their daughter, Mrs Harley red, Mr and Mrs Charlel Me-, daughter* Betilati Mi& Borfc W Kenna and three children of Al* glj^: gj Itonj^ Henry Hippen of Peoria, 111. have returned from their wed* visited the past week with his ding trip. They visited h« brother the Albert Hippen family, brother, the 'Jerome Stripllflg Mrs Eunice Meyer spent the family at Montezuma and with past week visiting in her home Mr and -Mrs William LittlejOhn here. at Lovilla. Mrs Eddie Link, Karen, Larry Debra, seven yaar old and Marolee of Genoa, III spent ter of Mr and Mrs Jack the past week visiting her par- of Grand Meadow, Minn., cdtne cms, Mr and Mrs Henry Marty, Saturday to visit her grandmoth- Mar e Kay and brother, Mr and er, Mrs Jessie Stripling and fam- Kay Mrs Carroll Marty. ily. Jim Werner of Eagle Grove p a tti Patterson and Roberta was a'Sunday visitor with his Murray employed in Des 'Molhes sister, Mr and Mrs Billy Hard-1 were copf and Mark. weekend visitors, in the parental Milo Patterson home anc With a scooped neckline of sequin and tulle trim. The skirt was of floor length and of bouffant type With deep cut scallops on appli- taue lace around the skirt. The bride carried a White Orchid on a White Prayer book with pink •"Sweetheart roses on white streamers. ' Marjorie Illg was maid of honor and Bonnie Bjack and Janice Bierstedt were bridesmaids. : Maurice Bormann was best man. Groomsmen were Glenn Kollasch and Bill Ulfers. Ushers Were James Bormann and Dick Bierle, * A dinner was served at noon for 100 guests followed by a re- peption for 125 gulssts. Mary Arndorfer registered the guests in the guest book/ ; Following a wedding trip out west the couple will be at home in an apartment at Whittemore. , Norma is a graduate of Lone * ftock high school and Gerald a graduate of Presentation Academy at Whittemore. Norma is femployed by Druggists' Mutual at Algona and Gerald is employed by the Whittemore Coop. Elevator in Whittemore. a daughter, Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller and Bruce of Fort Dodge. Their father is confined by illness in his home. Mrs Charles Hinz and son Lester visited over night Saturday and Sunday with her niece, Mrs Louie Werner at Fairmont, Minn. Larry Rev. and Mrs Harold Dellit, w jt n Roberta's grandmother, Mrs sons, Ricky, Ronnie and Kevin Clara Wolf, of Toledo were Sunday over- Saturday Overnight guests in night guests in the Harry Naff- thft n ugh shirk riome were Mf ziger home. I and Mrs Paul Phillips and daugh Mr and Mrs Ben Seipker and I ter Joyce of .SteWartville, Mintt. children- of Des Moines visited ,Mr and Mrs Charles,Porter artd her parents, Mr and Mrs Fay daughter Kerry of 29 Palms, Cal. Harmon and boys over Sunday, arrived late Saturday to visit net- Mr and Mrs Clif Richardson parents, Mr and -Mrs Bonnie and daughter, Mrs Larry Hender- Bllifritz and boys. A Weekend son left July 21 for Winter guest in the Ellifritz home was Haven, Florida to visit their son another daughter, Mr and Mrs and brother, Dale and Mrs Rich- Don Porter arid girls of Esther- Harmon, employed at Guthrie Center, spent the weekend in the parental Fay Harmon home. Visitors in the Edward Lenz ardson. Mr ahd Mrs Bryce A. Wickett and son Johnny left Wednesday for their summer home near Hackensack, Minn. Weekend guests in the George ville. home are-their daughter, Mild- A. Eggleston home were their Mrs Vernon Daley -has juat completed a summer term in classes sponsored by Drake University held in Fort Dodge on Teaching Arithmetic. Mra Daley is second grade teacher , Reunions Are Numerous In LuVerne Area LuVerne — The fourth re "union of the family of Mrs Am ,elia Olson, Mankato,' and the late '.Lewis Olson was held Sundaj -at Mankato. Present from 'Lu Terne were: Mr and Mrs LeRo} Jianselman and Audrey, Mr anc -Mrs Carl Hanselman and girls 'Mr and--Mrs. Edwin Hanselman and children;- also Mr and;Mr Keith, Voss, sons here from Pen I I TRUCK LOAD OF DINETTE SETS BY VIRTUE -KUEHNE BRODY - DAYSTROM ' * i MORE THAN 30 SETS TO CHOOSE FROM PETERSEN'S FURNITURE HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE FENTON IOWA We Hope to Sell Out and Close Our Doors By August 1. EVERYTHING GOES!! WE JULY 22 Dresses One Special Rack Priced to *17.95 A II f* 11° fr- rf*HF ^k^% All Selling For $7.00 Dresses-Summer Cottons Back - to - School Wear V4 LINGERIE OFF! Slips Half Slips Bras Panties Alt at Manufacturer's Cost! We Can't K§ep It I ' " In and SPORTSWEAR Skirts Blouses Shorts Slacks Mix 'N' Match All Reduced ! THE EXCHANGE STATE BANK \ WESLEY, IOWA cordially invites you to attend its nniversary SATURDAY, JULY 25th BIRTHDAY CAKE AND COFFEE WILL BE SERVED "' REGISTRATION BOOR PRIZES Prize Coin Guessing Contest — $1.00 Credit for SO Penny Deposit NEW COIN BANKS FOR NEW DEPOSITORS OPEN HOUSE 9 A.M. TO 4 P.M. Be sure to see the Conrtinenijal Illinois National Bank Display in the Lobby. STATEMENT OF CONDITION RESOURCES Loans 1 ----- $ 537,652.86 Overdrafts __- ' 478.26 United States Bonds -.— 299,258.00 Municipal Bonds 131,146.97 Certificates of Interest 5,764.76 Gash & Due from Banks 100,848.40 Banking House 8,721.03 Fixtures & Furniture 3,772.31 Other Assets 1 1,188.10 $1,088,830.69 LIABILITIES Capital ___„_-,-.$ 30,000.00 Surplus •__• - 60,000.00 Undivided Profits : _ 44,084.15 Contingency Reserves _~.. 2,530,22 Deposits — — 952,216.32 * ' r •-.. . $1,088,830.69 ' Officers — J, D, Lowe, President; Ralph Tjaderi, Vice President; L. H, Kleinpeter, Vice President & Cashier; D, L, Kleinpeter, Assistant Cashier. Directors — Herman Bode; Joe Goetz; R0y Kleinpeter; Jpe Lowe; Laei Root; Ben 6, Stwder; Ralph Tjaden, Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Left to Right — David Kleinpeter, Dolores Madson, A. Kay Hilbert. BELOW — L. H. KLEINPETER STATE BANK Serving Wesley, Iowa 9 for §eveniy«Five Years . ,

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