The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1966 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 13, 1966
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Algeria, (la.) Upper D« Mo!n«* Tuesday, D«c. 13, 1966 Titonka Girl Weds Nebraska Man Nov. 5 TITONKA - Marilyn Jo Ann Rlppentrop, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rippentrop, Titonka, and Don William Mentzer, Omaha, son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mentzer, Sr., Schuyler, Nebr., were united in marriage at the Ramsey Reformed church, Titonka, Nov. 5, at 7 p. m. Rev. Jolm Janssen officiated at the double ring candlelight ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her mother and father, was attired in a floor-length gown of silk brocade, fashioned with long, pointed sleeves and a rounded neckline, defined by a border of tiny seed pearls. The controlled skirt was worn with an aisle-wide train of the brocade, falling from the high-rising waistline, topped with a self- fabric bow. Her veil of imported silk illusion was caught by a satin pill-box. She carried a cascade of roses. Her matron of honor was Mrs. Barbara Young, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Yvonne Hager, Mrs. Donna Placzek, Sandy Kopeska and Melinda Kruse. Flower girl was Jean Anne Hager and ring bearer was Randy Baade. Gene Hadley served the groom as best man and James R. Mentzer, Jr., Marvin Rippentrop, Larry Trofholtz and Robert Smejkal served as groomsmen. Serving as ushers were Roger Rippentrop, David Sleper, Jim Placzek and David Kasparek. Kenneth Loats, cousin of the bride, sang. Donald Bulfer served as organist. Susan Fry was the bride's personal attendant. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for 225 guests, at which Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baade served as hosts. Aunts of the bride, Mrs. Tena Kettwich and Mrs. Dorothy Rippentrop, cut the cake. Serving at the punch bowl were Mrs. Nancy Trofholtz and Mrs. Joan Smejkal. Mrs. Jenny Sleper and Mrs. Gladys Meyer, both aunts of the bride, poured. Waitresses were Mrs. Thresa Baade, Mrs. Juniece Beenken, Mrs. Johanna Meinders, Mrs. Yvonne Rippentrop, Mrs. Arlys Meyer and Mrs. Shirley Meyer, all cousins of the bride. Serving at the gift table were Myrna Rippentrop, Mrs. Elaine Sleper, Rhonda Sleper and Mrs. Judy Egesdahl. Presiding at the guest book was Mrs. Carolyn Hadley. A rehearsal dinner was given by the groom in Titonka Friday evening for the wedding party at which 30 people were in attendance. After a short wedding trip to Denver, Colo., the couple is at home at Omaha. The bride is a graduate of Lakota Consolidated School and Commercial Ext, School of Commerce, Omaha. She is a medical secretary for Community Services Division of the Nebraska Psychiatric Institute of Omaha. The groom attended University of Nebraska and South Dakota State University at BrooUngs, He is employed by Bloemer Graphic Arts Supply Co. of Omaha as sales manager. Large Crowd At Titonka Christmas Fair TITONKA - More than six hundred guests attended the Christmas Fair "Holiday Happiness" at the Good Hope Lutheran church Dec. 1. Entries were made in the morning from 9 to 11 and was open to guests from 1:30 to 9:00 p. m. Refreshments were served in the afternoon, and again at night after a program, under the direction of Mrs. R. Cosgrove. This is an annual event sponsored by Titonka Federated Club. - o - The Titonka Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring three Christmas drawings this year, the first Dec. 10, then Dec. 17 and the last one Dec. 23 when Santa Glaus will be in Titonka with treats for the children. The Titonka V. F. W. Auxiliary met Tuesday in the home of La Vaughn Wibben, with Donna Dreesman assisting hostess. "Kossnth County'! Favorite Newspaper" Colorado Girl Engaged, John Schutter, Jr. ELIZABETH MOORE Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Moore of Denver, Colorado, announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Luanna, to John M. Schutter Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. John M. Schutter of Algona. Both Miss Moore and Mr. Schutter are seniors at Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa. She is a Religion and Elementary Education major and a member of Phi-Omega. He is a member of Gamma Tau Pi, the swimming team and is a physics and mathematics major. Still To Send U.S. Tax Returns To Des Moines Iowa taxpayers in this upcoming tax filing period should send their completed Federal income tax returns to the District Director, P. O. Box 1337, Des Moines, Iowa, according to Ernest W. Bacon, IRS District Director for the State of Iowa. Bacon's announcement was made to clarify current filing requirements for Iowa residents in view of a new law recently signed by President Johnson, which will require taxpayers to file returns directly with a regional service center. The new law, however, will be put into effect gradually in various parts of the nation over a period of several years, and does not affect Iowa taxpayers at the present time. It was pointed out that, under present procedure, Federal tax returns of Iowa residents are filed with the district office in Des Moines, and after initial handling there, are packaged and shipped to the IRS Service Center in Kansas City, Mo., for processing by automatic data processing (ADP) equipment. Bacon also stated that, as mandatory direct filing is phased in for the State of Iowa, his office will issue advance announcements and instructions to keep taxpayers Informed. Vicki McGuire In Chorus Unit Vickie McGuire, West Bend, is a member of the chorus at Clarke College, Dubuque, la., which will sing at the Christmas Concert on Dec. 15. The chorus also performed at the Thanksgiving Convocation on Nov. 22, and will give several platform, radio and television performances in December. 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