The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1943 · Page 7
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\r * The Algofla gppff JIM jowa> April B, 1943 JENNIE MARGARET RIPPENTROP AND ALBERT SLEPER WED AT WONKA Tltdhka-JennJe Margaret, oldest daughter of Geofge RIppentrop and Albert Sleper, son of Mr, and Mr« John A. Sleper, Were married at 6 o'clock Wednesday, March 31, at the ftamsey Reformed church In the presence of the Immediate family. Preceding the ceremony Gladys Ann Smith and Delores laebrand sang "I Love You Truly." As Greta Sleper, cousin of the bride, played Lohengrin's Wedding .March the Rev. Frank Shuttjer, followed by the bridegroom and his best man. his only brother Henry, marched to the altar where they were joined by the bride and her attendant, her sister Irene. Roger RIppentrop, nephew of the bride, carried the ring on a white pillow with a red .heart in the center. The single ring ceremony was used and following the ceremony Gladys Ann Smith and Delores Isebrand sang, "Take Thou My Hand and 'Lead Me," after which, to Mendelsohn's recessional, the bridal party left the auditorium. The bride wore a white silk sheer floor-length gown and carried a bouquet of red roses. Her attendant wore a gold street-length dress. Both men wore dark suits and red rose bouton nieres. On leaving the auditorium the all went to the home of the bride father, where a tray lunch Wa served by Gladys Ann Smith, Gret Sleper and Delores Isebrand, whlc had been prepared by Mrs. Thoma Loats, Mrs. Senus Isebrand an Mrs. Anko Smith. Later In the eve ning a three-tier wedding cake an Ice cream was served. . Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sleper wl go to housekeeping on the horn place northeast of Titonka, whll Mr. and Mrs. John A. Sleper wi move to Buffalo Center, where ths recently bought a home. Clarence and LeRoy Loats wer supper guests at the Ben N. Meyc home Sunday. Keith Iverson, Thompson, vlslte his cousins, David and James Hon ken, last week. Feme Krantz of Buffalo Cente spent the week-end at the parenta R. L. Krantz home. •Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rippentro Sparkling Fresh From The Modern You'll want to have tihat "all dressed up" feeling at Easter time—this year more than ever because Spring will be so well advanced. So get out your favorite clothes and have them rejuvenated at the Moidem—cleaned and pressed—'With any necessary alterations made at moderate cost. .1 ; . . 'f .;*'." Modern Dry Cleaners & Tailors -HOLMES &CLOFTON PHONE 637 HARLAN STREET Gossip f Gossip is over-heated imagination, 'mostly founded** on lies and does a'great deal of harm. Truth ;lb founded on facts and never does anyone harm. Truth- will stand the light of day; gossip la always hiding in dark places. It is true that you pay for w'hat you get. It is also true that sometimes you do not get what you pay for. Right now we are all doing as our government tells us to do, for winning the war is the supreme objective. As to shoes, our government has allotted all the best sole leather to the army, order M-80 witdrawing all better grades. Thus the material for civilian use from now on will be the cheaper grades. No shoe factory will be allowed to use the better grades. No matter whether a shoe factory is making $4 shoes or $8.00 shoes they will use the cheaper sole.leather. They* cannot get any other kind to use. So you see shoes do not have to be expensive in order to give the same wear 'as though you paid a big price for them. You get the same shoes at Nevilles—but you pay less for them. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN FARM FRONT STARTS SPRING DRIVE The farm front is starting the biggest spring drive el all time — to produce the tremendous amount of food required to win, the wart The telephone will be on hand to speed every part Sf the Job, Everyone's essential wartime calls will go through more promptly if every farm line and party line user will: , jfflHl NORTHWiiTIRN IIU, TEUfHPN* COMPANY were dinner guests at the parental B. H. Meyer home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling of Algona brought Mrs. Dick Sleper home Sunday. She had stayed there Since Friday. > John A. Harms, Sr., was taken to Rochester Sunday for treatment. Mr. Harms has hot been well 'for several months. George RIppentrop and children, Irvln and lola, were Sunday evening visitors at the John K. RIp- pentrop, Sr., home. Mrs. Marie Sathoff and John Swanson returned Sunday from several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stuburg at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sleper and Mrs. Ben N. Meyer attended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. M. W. Ferguson, Friday afternoon at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bert C. Meyer and family of Buffalo Center and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Swyter were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Harm Kettwlcks. Clarence and LeRoy Loats, students at Dubuque, arrived home Thursday evening for a few days visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Loats. slohn K. Rippentrop, Sr,, received word Saturday that a cousin of his, Mrs. Henry Williamson of George, Iowa, had passed away. Funeral services were to be held Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher and family were. Sunday dinner guests at the E. A. Fisher home at Brltt Mrs. Pete Bjorkquist, Chicago, u sister of Frank's, also was a guest. The regular P.T.A. will meet on Monday, April 12, The program will consist of each of the grades giving a number. This will be the last meeting of the year and officers will elected. Ardel, Virgil, infant son of "Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gray, and Glenn Stephen, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Tjaden were baptized Sunday morning at the Ramsey Reformed Church. The Friendly Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Rasmus Hansen. The afternoon was spent sewing and playing bingo, after which a lunch was served by he hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zwiefel were Sunday evening callers at the Vincent .Heifner home, near Woden. Carroll Heifner was to enter the tounty spelling contest at Forest ~!ity Monday,'as he was winner of he contest in the township where ie attends school. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Elliott, accom- mnied by Mrs. Bert Halvorson of Stanford.. Conn., took Pft. Ira Bird- ell'of Drew Field, Tampa, Fla., o the train at Emmetsburg where ie left to, return to duty. Pvt. Jirdsell was called here by the serous Illness of his mother, Mrs. Maude Birdsell. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and rs. Wilbur Schram were Mr. and ilrs. Wm. Schram and Lois, and larriett Schram of Milford; Mrs. dary Schram, Rev. C. B. Mitchell, Harry Beed and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Swan, Virginia, and Douglas. ~n the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cnoll of Burt were callers. Mr. and Mrs. F; G. Elliott enter- :alned at a family dinner party. Sunday the following guests: Mr/ and Mrs. A. M. 'Friest, Leland; Mr. and Mrs. Park Elliott and family, ason City; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan illiott and Mrs. Nellie Elliott, Swea Sty; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Elliott and family, Taopi, Minn.; Mrs. Herman Topper and Mr. and Mrs. Har)ld Miller and Betty Ann. In the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs; Gordon Bjerke of Algona called. News Items ofLakota Vicinity LADYABD TOWNSHIP FARM BUREAU WOMEN AT POWERS Tlie Ledyard Township Farm Bureau women were entertained ai the Steve Powers home West ol town, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Albert McCarthy gave a italk on "Firs! Aid" and demonstrated artificial respiration and several types of bandages; Mrs, Jerry Heetland gave a report of the recent county contact meeting at Burit and talked on the Importance of using some time In this busy world to attend the 'Farm Bureau meetings and why we should do so. Four new members were added to the list: Mesdames Steve Powers, Edward Looft, Eva Mittag and Emma Smith. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting. SEXTON NEWS Mrs. Harvey Steven will enter- :aln the Sexton Home Project on Tuesday afternoon, April 13. Every ne Is invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs., Martin Mlmbach vere Sunday evening callers at the lichard Garmon home near St. Benedict. ELMORE M. E. CHURCH IS RECIPIENT OF MEMORIALS The Methodist church at Elmore, Minn., has been undergoing extensive remodeling and decorating and last week the congregation was delightfully surprised when they received a gift of an electric organ from Mrs. W. O. Dustln in memory of her late husband, who was well known in northern Iowa as well as Minnesota. Other gifts were a black walnut pulpit, given by Mrs. J. O. Mayland of Des Moines, as a memorial to her mother, the late Mrs. Fred Holt; a new altar Bible by the Rev. George Powell of Ceylon, Minn., in memory of,his wife, who recently passed away. Rev. Powell and wife preceded Rev. T. S. Mondale, who Is now resident pastor of the church. Several other friends of the church presented gifts in memory of loved ones. W. D. Ley was In Algona one day Jast week serving on the grand jury. Mrs. Willam Aaldreks and Mrs. Larry Stafford were Algona visitors' Saturday. •Pete Bruer drove to Buffalo Center Sunday and brought his mother, Mrs. Grace Bruer, here to spend the day visiting. Mrs. P. C. Keister, Elmore, spent the week-end visiting her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussman. :Frlends here received word that Mrs. Katherine Parks, Algona, was brought home from the hospital at Rochester, Minn., following eight weeks treatment there for a throat ailment. A general meeting of the Ledyard Twp. Farm Bureau will be held at the Jerry Ukenas Friday evening, April 9th.,Dr. W. P. Penz will be the speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig of Lone Rock were Sunday visitors at the Ed RanWocks, helping Mrs. Ramstock celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Radig is a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Luverne Edwards and baby came Friday from camp in Harllngton, Texas, and will spend a 10-day furlough with Luverne's father and other relatives Mrs. Marlon Kelly, Elmore, and Mrs. Marion Kelly, Jr., and little son of Farmington, Minn., visited at the Clyde Sanders home Friday and Mrs. Sanders accompanied them to Swea City to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gabel, Pilot •rove, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gabel, Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Christ, Forest City, were Sunday callers at the Geofge Heet- landa. Mrs. Heetland has been 111 for several weeks. Mrs. Larry Stafford received word Saturday that her husband, Lieut. Larry Stafford, who went back to the East coast a week ago after a furlough here, has been transferred from 'Edgewood Arsenal in Maryland to a camp in Virginia. celebrate a birthday. Mrs. Pink is Mrs. Smith's sister and Mrs. Jutting Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Ubbe Dreesman and daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schls- sel, attended the funeral of Mr. Dreesman's slater, Mrs. Mel For guson at the Presbyterian church In Algona Friday afternoon. Another sister, Mrs. Jennie Wagner, Buffalo Center, was burled there about two weeks ago. Wayne Koppen, youngest son* of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koppen, surprised his family by arriving Saturday afternoon from Tampa, Fla., where he Is serving In the Signal Corps, for a 10-day furlough with the home folks. He came to Mason City via train and then hitch-hiked the rest of the way. Another Koppen son, Howard, Is serving in the army In England. 1>£CORATIN£ DRAMAS "It isn't MEASLES, Madam — it's that PINK STIPPLE Fm. putting on the south bedroom!" MORAL: Don't be afraid of catching ANTTHING except UNBOUNDED ENTHUSIASM when Devoe Interior Wall Finishes are used in your home. FLAT, SEMI : CLOSS or GLOSS .... you get (at very reasonable prices) the moat WASHABLE, most DURABLE wall paint made. Your choice of several lovely colors t ^Reasonably priced, too). , ' -V WI C/tMf A COMMIT! UNI OF DIVOI fAIHItmm Botsford Lumber Co. PHONE 256 JIM POOL Wanted Women workers for candling eggs for the army, navy and civilians of America. Experience not necessary. Good pay. Extra overtime. SWIFT & CO. Dairy and Poultry Plant Algona, Iowa 13-14 I T r ', Wholemilk and Cream Butterfat Prices ? The following price paid for wholemilk and 6reaM butterfat as follows: March 1 -15 (3.5% test) Wtolernilk Butterfat_71,2<$ Sweet Cream Btit'fat_56c First Grade But'fat__&6e March 15-31 (3.5% test) Wholemilk Butterfat_71.2<S Sweet Cream But'fatl55c First Grade Bvt'fat__53c F. O. B. Algona | Algona Co-op. Creamery Phone 400 Algona U. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Results Let's keep the m Ihings we have! We earn our pleasures in the American Way of Life I John the postman, who for years has been delivering our mail, today gets a new thrill... the thrill of bringing to the home folks a letter from the boy in service. Life would be mighty empty without John's regular friendly call. This neighborly interest and count* less other blessings combine to form what we choose to call our American way of life! Thru nearly a hundred years of service to the American public, the brewers of Old Style Lager beer have held steadfast to the ideal of producing a wholesome and refreshing beverage. Like other things that have won a place in our American way of life, we have sought for improved and finer standards. The zeal for quality has earned for Old Style Lager a reputation as "America's Quality fleer." It is supplied by Merchants dedicated to the highest standards of service. Keep Pitching, America! DRINK r o i N i A ft i r too y t * « i • • • AMERICA'* QUALITY sicr OOPYHIOHT IMl.:a HEILEUAN BREWINO CO., LA CROSS!. WISCONSIN *TRAOI MARK Stplr iCaaer ttf UNION MADE 9* T7*ou CAN'T "pull the cork" to clear X out every cylinder after pocketing that key. A chemical mixture always lingers on inside. The corner druggist —with no axe to grind—would tell you that the cylinders hold the acid products of combustion.,. the makings of corrosion. Heretofore you didn't have all that worry, when the worst acid was chased out again and again, by repeated driving and continued speed that heated the engine thoroughly. Now however, when you are counting every coupon, how long will it be till you next use your car and drive it far enough to make the engine stay real warm? Meanwhile, With acid in your one and only engine, as it stands for long stretches, you'd better take the precaution of having its insides OIL-PIRATED by changing to Qonoco N'A motor oil this Spring, OIL-PLATING is really a close cousin of platings you see every day retarding corrosion. Corroded metal is "rotting," and that's what Conoco N*A oil helps to prevent, by making OIL-PLATINQ come between acids and inner engine surfaces. Conoco NM> — at a popular price- includes the costly synthetic that's able to insert OIL-PLATING in your engine. Unlike mere liquid lubrication, ready to drain back down to the crankcase promptly, OJL-PLATING tends to stay at its topmost point in your inactive en* gine, keeping up strong interference! against acid attack on costly inner parts that can't always be replaced these days, The simple key to OIL- PLATING is Conoco Nto oil for your needed Spring change— at Your Mileage Merchant's Conoco station today, Oil Company Qlt-PlATeS y<WK eitWtte CONOCO •»5 c,v--,ii5. tJi- ;,,•&? ,y s

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