The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1965 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 30, 1965
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Here, There, Everywhere — Feel New-for-Spring Excitement in the Air 6-Algono (la.) Upper Des Molnet Tuesday, March 30, 1965 Folkerts-Sleoer Nuptials ** i I The spark of black patent - bone - white lightning — blue — red — and white to wear now through Easter and as a basic th'e year long. Gracefully styled by Smarfaire to prove fashion Is a Look, not a price. all sizes, 5's to 11's all widths AAA's to C all heel heights At a price you wish to pay. BROWN kili SHOE STORE ALCONA IOWA THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR FEET pretty head.. an Easter hat! You'll be heading the Easter Parade in our eye catching hats, designed to bring out the best in every lady's lovely face. Your Easter basket will be brimming with "heady" compliments. $8 Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. David Sleper who were married March 5 at Ramsey Reformed church in Titonka. Rev. John Janssen officiated at the double ring ceremony. Parents are the Emmo Folkerts, Titonka, and Albert Slepers, Lakota. The bride was attended by Peggy Michaelson and brides- matrons were Mrs. Frank Folkerts and Mrs. Ronald Folkerts. Alberta Sleper was the flower girl. Sherman Sleper was best man and the groomsmen were Marvin Rlppentrop and David McNeil. Brent Rippentrop was the ring bearer. A reception was held In the church parlors'for 150 guests. The young couple are living in Ames where he is attending the university. She is employed as a supervisor of a beauty school in Ames. Sales Of New Vehicles Hit 30 In Week Sales of new cars and trucks to Kossuth residents during the past week totaled 30, according to registration records at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt. New owners are: Chevrolet - W. F. Ostwald, Whittemore, pickup; Farmers Coop Elevator, Titonka, pickup; G. C. Fagerlund, Swea City; J. B. or Dela Weiland, Whittemore; J. R. or Janice Anderson, Algona; P. E. Arend, Burt; Wm.Meister, Burt; and Josephine Meurer, Wesley. Ford -M. E.Clements, Algona; V. D. Patterson, Lakota; R. D. Friets, Ledyard; C. W. Miller, Bancroft; and G. E. or D. E. Wlldin, Algona. Pontiac - Margaret H. or T. J. Palmer, Algona; L. C.Corhus, Elmore; Elmer Schaefer, Buffalo Center; and H. M. or E. E. Batt, Burt. Buick - C. R. Kubicek, Bode; L. L. Becker, Bancroft; L. H. Meier, Burt; and L. 0. Miller, LuVerne. Cadillac - A. J. or Grace Gollner, Algona. Olds - Fred Traub, Sr., West Bend; and J. C. or L. G. Kutschara, Wesley. Mercury - A. H. and Alvina Voigt, Fenton. Dodge - M. P. Laubenthal, Wesley; and PetersenFurniture, Fenton. Plymouth - Frieda K. Schultz, Algona; and Buscher Bros., Algona. Rambler - A. A. Elbert, Algona. to someone else because the boys were late. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Johnson drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs. Cecil Godfredson, who is hospitalized at Lutheran hospital. She was taken there Thursday of last v/eek with what was feared to be a heart attack. Mrs. Godfredson Is getting along fine the lady-like Coats Soft and shapely is the essence of this Easter season. A woman can glory in her femininity as never before ! Every coat in our collection was designed for her! '25 the little dress is big this SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Mr. and Mrs. Haiph Gengler of Whittemore were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her sister and family, the Floyd Brekkes. Mrs. Walter Magnusen, Mrs. Carl Anderson, Mrs. Earl Kvamsdale, Mrs. Ole Kvamsdale, Mrs. Robert Holm, Mrs. James Johnson, Mrs. Walter Sch- micking and Pastor Benton drove to Cherokee Monday to attend an L. C. W. convention. Mr. ana Mrs. Gaylord Johnson of Fentou were Sunday callers at the Truman Johnson home. Ronnie Brekke and Kenny Beaver accompanied Allen Hantelman to Des Moines to attend the Boys State Basketball Tournament. The boys, however, had to watch the tournament on television as their tickets were sold Welcome back ! The "separate" dress has come into its own again. And no wonder! Look at all the marvelous shapes so utterly female and so attractive ... the soft new colors ... the light fabrics. Come in and take a really good look! P ET IT E S JUNIORS MISSES HALF SIZES 12 and ; ili; i ii is

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