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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 28, 1954
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8-ATftami (lo.) Upptr 0« Melnti Tuesday, September 28, 1954 i,.*.*-**.... ,»*...«.. .. . .^T..^.. .. ^.... ..,._.. ; :. •• r. ' Around Algona . VT StMtt «w«»eKxi JMHHC wxs VK Shanaa aosS Jfoacn H&i<ZSi<w!sie! Kay asttil Steearn MSwiffiteBb te HJhe RJagEiMj ffifews,' (Btewis aft Bmrt *JQCHCC" JTilWisSQ^ 4^t^BJi*J|^, Mr aad $fex ffiteepw nSffito; had as their gjasEtfta saw .. . „,. ._.. week, Mr »UK8 Mte iJteewill Oailis of (Hen?ta«, Tnacss uodl Mrs Jess Babcecfe, of Ctoasroa.' Mr ad Mts Made Pt»« and sons. Bob and John ol Paifmont, Minn, .spent the weekend here •with Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl, parents of Mrs Pratt. Word front fotmef^ Algonan«, Mr and Mrs Glenn Crllly has it that they have decided to settle in Arcadia, Calif., and have pur- v chased a house there. Arcadia is about thirty miles out of Los. , Angeles. 1 Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles entertained the members of their couple card club Sunday evening at their '-home. Mr and Mrs Bill Besterilehner were guests. Low score prize, with the penalty of doing the dishes, went to Mr and Mrs-Mitch Taylor. |. The sewing club to which Mis [ Rex Voyles. belongs had a potluck dinner recently at the Voyles home; :The husbands of the members' were guests and cards furnished ... the evening's ehtertajn- ' ment; '..•••,• •• .' • —"."' ' ; MJ aridlMxs:A, x J. riicklefs he- came the, parents 'of a daughter born 1 early Sunday morning at St. ;Ahn' 'hospital. The baby weighed Six'pounds four ounces and' at'' this .'writing she has not yet jbeen named for her father, a localUinsurance Jman, had the actuarial-dhance's' figured for another sbnv The'Ricklefs sons are Tom, Rod-ahd-i Randy and they areJilieirigVcai'edKlor by Mrs Dick Meyen, •••'<•, -12- Mrs G. F. Tovnie took her daughter, iMrs R^ 33. iiClapper and 18 monthf-old feoh, Bobbie to Minneapolis .Wednesday to board a plane : ; for :'To'yk^, Japan. Mrs Clamper is; the former Betty Lou Tov^ne arid she has been with her parents•' all ,:surhther 'waiting for 'the;time when she could join her husband who is 4n service overseas; , .They' boarded the plane : at 3 a.m. on;,ThuVsday, had a five hour.wait at Seattle and were to. have arrived in Tokyo at 5 a.m.' Friday. :•. V.,, ! Mr* C. ft. LaBarre has as her iutsl this week, her sister, Mrs H, S. Streuble of Vinton. Bob MeCullough, Dick Buri tisd Leon Laird are among the lo- ral residents who attended the football game at Iowa City Saturday.. They flew down in the McCullough plane.- Mr and Mrs Robert Carr were visited recently by Mr Carr's jjwrents, Mr and Mrs Allan Can and his sister, Bonnie Carr ci Redfield, Iowa. The sister is in the WAC's -and was home be- Sween assignments. Mr and ,Mrs Tony Guzowski and v daughters, Helen, Jean and Donna 'arid Mr and Mrs L. E. Linnan ajid' Bernie and Brian Went td Iowa City Saturday to attend the Iowa-Michigan State fombalf game. They returned Sunday. Mr and Mrs Craig Smith are spending this week on a fishing trip to Lake Winnebegosh, Minn. They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs L. Loneacker of Sioux City. Mr Smith and Mr Lone- acker are business associates. /?ev. John Riebhoff, JBurt, ^iMk ft «&_ * ^ A* u . ac ±., ' .? j4 &.„ Takes Bride In York MRS JOHN RIEBHOFF * * *. Mrs Robert Carr entertained at a party Friday afternoon in lohqr of her daughter, Cheryl's seventh birthday. Guests werp WarlyV Lupkes, Pamela Aulich, Sandra Pergande, Gail Phillips. Linda Parsons, Signe Spencer, Cindy Cowan, Katherine Pratt, Beverly Kain, the cousin, Roger Krantz from Swea City and the sister, Darla. Mr and Mis Bob LaBarre and Sue,, Charlene and Brian and Linda, daughter of Mr and Mrs Craig Smith were at Iowa City over the' weekend to attend the Iowa- Mich. State game .They wepe ; qvernight guests of Mrs LaBarre's:'cousin,and wife, Dr. and Mra' Hi Ke&sling.. Dr. Keasling is •* ttfacherf in the 1 Medical College 'fthc University.; ,. Capt. and Mrs Jesse Reynolds ahd'ichildren, Barbara, Andy, and Jerry arrived in Algona Thurs- d£(y evening after three, years of overseas duty, in Germany. Their last horne was in Zweibruecken, which means"-t'wo bridges. They wiUjspehd'ab'out two weeks here yis'iting the mothers, Mrs Bernice,'Reynolds and Mrs W. J. Payne and then will move to Fort Dodge where Capt. Reynolds has been assigned as Advisor to the Army Reserve. Mrs Reynolds, the former , Nqrma Payne, said that although overseas assignment was an* interesting experience it is absolutely wonderful to be back in the States. The return was made by. airplane to New York where they picked up a new car to Algona. to drive COWAN'S Put new beauty into your home wilh a smart, new wallpaper pattern from Cowan's. We have over 300 brand new patterns from which to choose. Whether your walls are in good condition for papering or whether there lots of cracks in the walls, we have wallpaper to cover any kind of .surface. _See_ our_ special selection of canvas-backed wallpaper ideally suited for covering cracked walls. And, if you are looking for imitation brick, imitation wood or imitation marbelizing, we cjn order wallpaper to take care of your needs. You can do just about anything with wallpaper! Come in and see us ... we'll be glad io help you wilh your decorating problems. If we haven't what you want in stock, we have special order books for your use. 10% DISCOUNT FOR CASH PURCHASES of Pratt & Lambert Paints and Stock Wallpaper BUILDING SUPPLY CO. 275 210 E. State Street Sunday, Sept. 5, in Trinity Methodist church at Kingston. N. iY.. Miss June Ann tdgerton, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles F. Edgerton, Poughkeepsie, became the bride of the Rev. John L. Riebhoff, pastor of the Trinity Methodist church. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Lance E. Riebhoff, Burt, la. The Rev. W. Bernard Grossman, minister of Trinity Methodist church, Poughkeepsie, officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Mrs Herbert L. Baker, organist of Trinity Methodist church, Poughkeepsie, provided the wedding music. Mrs Mary L. Thompson sang "Because" and Lorena J. Riebhoff, sister of the bridegroom, sang "O Perfect Love." Mrs John G. Scott, Poughkeepsie, sister of the bride, attended her as matron of honor. Rev. John O'Neill, Glen Moore Pennsylvania, served as best man for the bridegroom. Ushers in- (eluded Robert., Becker, Poughkeepsie; Howard Adriance, Milton; the Rev. Wilbur Thomas, Dunellen, New Jersey; and the Rev. si. Dick Watt, East Orange. N. J. Mr O'Neill, Mr Thomas and Mr Watt are classmates of Mr Riebhoff at Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N, J. Mrs Frank W. Thompson, president of the W. S. C. S,, was in charge of the reception, font approximately 150 . guests in the church parlor after the ceremony. After a wedding trip to Lake L'.izerne in the Adirondack moun- ta;ns and Madison, N. J., the Riobhoffs will reside at 35 Wurts street. A graduate of Roosevelt high school, Hyde Park, the bride was employed as secretary at the IBM engineering laboratory, prior to her marriage. Mr Riebhoff,: an alumnus ol MorningSide college, Sioux City, la., served as a missionary for thrte years in Japan. Presently Attending Drew Theological sem- j inary he served as assistant past- 'pr of Trinity Methodist church, ; Poughkeepsie, before becoming pastor of Trinity Methodist church, Kingston. Friends came to the wedding from Pennsylvania, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York City and Iowa. Two cablegrams were received the day of the wedding from Japanese friends. New Rotation Al Agena, vice president of the Iowa State Bank, is a new member of Rotary in Algona. Dave Smith* was guest speaker, Monday noon, discussing the corn yield contest which the three service clubs are sponsoring. • ADVERTISING in the Algona Upper Des Moines reaches mort families in Kossuth county than any other puolication, weekly, monthly or daily. FREE PARKING Jus! 20 feet from our Back Door Chrischilles CHRISCHILLES STORE CUSTOMERS ENTRANCE Now that parkiji£ meters are a reality in Algona, it behooves us to forget all bitterness and take the new improvement in stride. After all, other neighboring cities have them and get along. If you are a dyed-in-the-wool anti-meter- ist, here's good news for you. There's FREE PARKING—twenty-four hours of it—in the municipal parking lot not 20 feet from our back door. There is room for over 200 cars right there. Have you ever tried to park in Mason City or Fort Dodge—WITH METERS— and got any closer than three to four blocks from the business district? So if you're a meter-hater, calm yourself, relax and come to Algona and the CHRIS- CHILLES STORE, where parking isn't any problem at all. Use our rear entrance —convenient, accessible, FREE. The Chrischilles Store "Pick-me-ups" lor llhd The CHRISCHILLES STORE When you're attending the Band Festival see (and Buy) 1 one of these distinctive and unusual accessories—a purse, collar, hankie, a piece of jewelry, a sweater, bloiise— ™?r?l h J?J^J: ake home and combine with with your v Fall costume. THE CHRIS- CHILLES STORE is noted for its unusual merchandise. * SUGGESTIONS Pure Cashmere SWEATERS and SKIRTS VIGARA ORLON and WOOLS

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