The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 10
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2-Alfono (fa.) Upp«r tot Main** Thursday, Sept. 12, £ InorQ Christ, Lakota, Wecfs Rippentrop Son Lekotn — Friday evening, Aug. 30, Elnora Christ, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Christ of Lakota. became the bride of Waynaro Rippentrop, son of Mr and Mrs Albert Rippentrop, also of Lakota, in a beautiful ceremony performed by the Rev. L. L Meinecke at the St, Paul's Lutheran church before an allai decorated witbt candelabia and white gladioli. The bride was pttired in ri floor length gown of white nylon lace and net over taffeta, with a filled bodice and scalloped sweetheart nocklin^. Her fingertip veil was held in place with a pearl crown. The bride earned a bouquet of white gladioli and sweetheart roses on a wiiitt. Bible. Mrs Bernard Ryan was tier sister's attendant. She wore a royal blue chiffon floor length gown blue picture hat and while gloves. Her bouquet consisted of blue and white carnations. The ilower girl, Colleen Ryan of Des Moines, niece of the bride, wore a white nylon doltetf swiss dress with full skirt and a blue cummerbund, a flowered headband and white gloves. She carried pink sweetpeas in a crocheted basket. Ronald Spear, son 01 Mr and Mrs Dick Spear was ring bearer.; He wore navy, trousers toppld by a white jackel, and carried the rings on a white satin and lace pillow. The groom was attended by his brother, Nyle Rippentrop, I THE IIS! Ushers were Eugene Christ of Lakota and LaVerl Follman of Delevan, Minn. A reception for 125 guests was hold in the church parish hall following the ceremony. The groom is now serving in the U.S. Air Force and the couple will make their home in Topeka. tv.in. Scouts Hold Meeting Boy Scout Troop 49 resumeo their regular weekly meetings on Monday evening, Sept. 9th at 7:30 in the town hall. Any boys 11 years or older who are interested in joining the troop should attend the next meeting or get in contact with Gotlieb Rieffer. FRL. SEPT. 13ih MID WEST CARAVAN SAT.. SEPT. 14th BOB WHITE Hammond Organ & Orch. WED., SEPT. 18th TEENS DISC HOP DICK COETTE - Spinning your favorite tunes ALSO GENE VINCENT AND HIS BLUE CAPS Parents Invited AND WELCOME GUESTS SHOW AT 9 & 10 P.M. TEENS ADM. 90c Mr and Mrs J. E. Ukena went to Minneapolis Thursday morning to meet their son Paul who arrived there by plane after a 3 week tour with the Robert Shaw Music Group. Thursday Afternoon they all drove to Sac City, Iowa to visit at the Ralph Dewey home. Paul left again Friday morning for his home in New York. School opened in Lakota on Monday, Aug. 26 and at present the'enrollment is 365. There are IV on the teaching staff. On Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Herb Monson of Alden, Iowa, brought Mrs Jessie McCoy of that city to visit at the Ray Estto home fqr several days. Word was received here of: the birth of a baby girl to Mr and Mrd'' Marlyn Quastad of Swea City, Iowa on!August 24. The baby weighed 6 pounds and 9 ounces and has been named Marjean Ellen, Mrs Quastad is the former Evelyn' Bergcrson who taught 2nd grade here two years ago. Mrs Laura Devasher, who teaches commercial subjects in our local school brought her 2 daughters to attend school here. At present they are living in a trailer house at the Mrs Greta Sleeker farm. Mr Devasher and their son expect to arrive later. The Devashers formerly lived in Kelliher, Minn. Ann Marie Egesdal, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carlin Egesdal Sr., of Ledyard and Robert Wai- lentine, son of Mr and Mrs Theodore Wallentine of Lakota. were united in marriage at the Bethany Evangelical and Re- formed Church at 8 o'clock on Friday, Aug. 23. FREE! TICKET TO A COMING ATTRACTION TO ALL WHO ATTENDI THE FIRST 50 PERSONS IN PAJAMAS (OR NIGHT GOWNS) WILL BE ADMITTED FREE! W.S.C.S. Opens * Fall Program Season, Fenton Fenton — The regular meeting of the W.S.C.S. met in the church parlors Thursday September 5th. The program opened with a pi.-ino prHude by Mrs Arnold Hansen. Group singing, which was led by Mrs F. Duncan, was followed by prayer and scripture reading. The program 'Geograph ical March of Missions' was presented by Mrs Romaine Weisbrod, assisted by the following ladies: Mrs Clarence Underwood, Mrs J. A. Schwartz, Mrs W. R. Wolf, and Mrs Wilfred Laabs. Mrs Gerald Gochenour explained in detail how the library is to be run. Mrs Lester Weisbrod presented an interesting talk entitled 'Changing Pattern for Women.' Members were reminded of the coining Rummage Sale which is to be held in October. The M.Y.F. will sell candy at this sale. Donations for the project will be appreciated. Five new tables will be purchased in the near future for the dining room. Attending the Seminar at ; Burt, September 3, were Mrs Hans Baago, Mrs Gerald Gochenour, Mrs Lester Weisbrod and Mrs Charles Lovejoy. Six members received certificates of merit for having compiled 300 points by reading approved books. Mrs Charles Lovejoy presented Lifetime Membership pins to he following deserving ladies: VIesdames Hans Baago, Romaine Weisbrod and Alfred Meyers. A delicious lunch was served 3y the hostesses Mesdames Gerald Gochenour, G. B. Johnson and Art Voigf. » Fenton Youth on 4-H State Tour Roger Dreyer of the Fenton Progressive 4-H club attended ,he Iowa Farm Youth Tour Sept. ! to 6th. Roger was one of the 38 outstanding youths chosen from the 4-H boy's clubs, F chapters, boy scouts and Farm Bureau Young People group hroughout the State of Iowa. The group made a tour of the various important industry deve- opments of Iowa and sights of nterest. The tour was sponsored by the Iowa Development Commission and the Iowa Farm Bureau. Some of the points of nterest included Firestone Rub- jer plant, Meredith Publishing Company, Shaeffer Pen Co.,. Cliri- :on Motors, Sylvania Electric and Alcoa Aluminum. graduate of Algona high school,, and a granddaughter of Mrs Mary Stainbrook of Whittemore, tfrfis"married July 27, at Alamogordo, New Mexico, to Bob Bunton of Perryville, Ark., friends here have been informed. Ray Alderson attended the bridegroom, and Mrs Ray Alderson presided at the organ. The couple ^re living in Alamogordo, where the bridegroom is in the air force, stationed at Holloman AFB, where the bride has also been employed. [-first Birthday Mr nnd Mrs Howard Stephenson entertained at dinner Sun- Mr and Mrs Lewis W. Johnson, Irvington, announce the engagement of their daughter, Rochelle, above, to Gerald J. Hobbs, son of Mr and Mrs George H. Hobbs, Algona. Rochelle is teaching fifth and sixth grades at Rodman this year and her fiance is a student at Creighton University, Omaha. (Photo by Glenn's Studio-UDM Engraving) Weds In New Mexico Phyllis Jane Montgomery, n PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Sun., Sept. 15 CLEM BRAU Sunday, Sept. 22 DON SHAW Sunday, Sept. 29 TONY BRADLEY Friday, Oct. 4 LEO AND HIS PIONEERS No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors , ;; - "J ' Open at 8:30 ' SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY JERRY AT HIS FUNNIEST THE IMPROVEMENTS North dwelling — a colonial style well built and well kept house in excellent condition, always home owned. This is a two story house 26'x34'xl4' with three bedrooms and a full bath upstairs. The main floor has large living room, kitchen, dining room and a summer porch, on the west, size 12'xl8'xlO J . Back porch is 6'x B'xlQ'. The full basement has stool and shower and a new oil furnace. * >,*. Garage is 14'x28'x8'. Pumphbuse is 8'xlO'x6'. Deepwell pressure system is located on north side. South Dwelling — House is a two story, insulated house 20'x28'xl4' - Barn 34'x48'xl2' - Double comcrii? with overhead granary and inside elevator 30'x36'x14' — Hog house 20'x40'x6' - Poultry House J4'x42'x6' Machine Shed 12'x2Q'x6' - Milkhouse S'xSW - Garage 14'x22'x8'. ... the teen-age terror ' who scares nobody but himself!' A riot of shenanigans that routes the teen-age hooligans! MARTHA A** mm /I/IRS Uoyd Berkland, Auctioneer day, a celebration of the first] birthday of their son Jeff. Quests were the fMtternal grandmother, Mrs Harold Stephettson, the maternal graftdftareftta, Mr and Mrs Arthur Qlaaer, tiaii and Peggy, arid the paternal aunt, Mrs Joan Scott, Sharon and Phyllis. Mr Stephenson, the grandfather, was unable to be present due to a sickness. Hottt At Dinner , Mr and Mrs Charles Harvey entertained at dinner Sunday and had as guests their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Roger Will of Welcome, Minn. John Jensen of Fort badge and ENDS THURS. - C. GABLE in "BAND OP ANGLES' FBI. & SAT. Audrey Frye. It was a celebration of the birthdays of Mrs Will and Miss Frye. CHHtcd Club To M**i The Cresco .Mothers a-hd Daughters club will meet Tuesday, Sept. 17, at the home of Gladys Eisenbarth, with Arlent- Simon assisting. This is the first meeting of the new club year. 83rd Birthday -Swea £iif — Herman Kluger observed his 83rd birthday Thursday. Members of his family present at a coffee party at tha Kluger home were Mr and Mrs Roy Kluger, Mr and Mrs Curtis Kluger, Mr and Mrs Milton Peterson and Mrs Jacob Peterson. Cows have four stomachs. THURSDAY thru SATURDAY W*item Thrills! . JOEL McCRtA FELICIA-FARR in "THE FIRST TEXAN" ' SAL MINED JOHN SAXON In "ROCK PRETTY BABY" SUNDAY and MONDAY - PLUS THIS BONUS FEATURE "THE PROUD ONES" in color — story of the old west! with ROBERT RYAN - VIRGINIA MAYO WELL IMPROVED 160 ACRE FARM UVYVWWVVVWV if Thursday - AT 2:00 P.M. ON THE FARM Sale on the farm known as the J. W. Cullen farm located on Highway 18, four miles east of Emmetsburg, Iowa, in Palo Alto county. (South '/z of Southwest !/« of section 24 and north '/> of northwest V* of Section 25. Township 96 Range 32 in Freedom Township.) . ; THE LAND The land lays level to gentle slope. • Well tiled. This land is all tillable. This farm has been under a good rotation plan for the last 20 years. STATEMENT TO BUYERS; This \^ould be a fine farm to own and live on or as an investment. I urge anyone interested to inspect this farm before the sale and attend the Auction. . A brokerage tfce.«r ^tVOO per acre will be paid to the Brokef who registers ,jhe buyers with Lloyd Berkland, Fenfbn, Iowa or Paul Freeman, Clerk, Cylinder, Iowa, prior to the sale. POS5E5ION ON MARCH 1, 1958 J; 20% of the amount bid will be paid as a down payment and the purchaser will b§ required to enter into a written contract at the time of the sole, Balance of the, price to be paid when the deed and abstract are furnished. THIS Will BE OFFERED AS TWO IMPROVED 8Q's AND AS A SINGLE TRACT. THIS SALE IS UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF UOYD BERKLAND, BROKER AND AUCTIONEER, PHONE 809 AT FENTON, IOWA, FOR MORE DEJAILEP INFORMATION KINRIY CONTACT ME OR M. W. H- MQRUNG OF EMMETSBURG, IOWA, ATTY. FOR JAMJS CUILEN UTATE. __ ^ • Net R»*p«mibie in Case of Accidents. Mrs Elizabeth OWNER Paul Freeman, Clerk. ^^ -i . • •',-.':. , y,i.;, , <

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