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>OO ETY Shirley Spraut and Wallace Weisbrod Wed— Miss Shirley Spraut, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Spraut of Rodman, and Wallace Weisbrod of Cylinder were united in mar-J riage Sunday, July 15, at 2:30 p. m. The single ring ceremony took place at the Cylinder Methodist church with the Rev. Theodore Paul officiating. The bride wore a street length dress of white lace over satin with ribbon trim. Her bridal bouquet was of yellow and white roses. She w-as attended by her cousin, Miss Dona Jean Thomson of Sioux Falls, S. D. Miss Thomson wore a dress of yellow eyelet embroidery :and carried a bouquet of yellow 'and white snapdragons. The groom was attended by his cousin, Melvin Weisbrod of Ringsted. The bride's mother was attired in a figured aqua mesh dress with white accessories and a white corsage. Mrs. Weisbrod wore a dress of navy blue silk with white trim, and a white corsage. Special music prior to the cere: mony was played by Mrs. Clarence Osborn of Fenton. Miss Vera Spraut of Salem, S. D., sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer", accompanied by Mrs. Osborna. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Ushers were Lyle Sprout, brother of the bride, and Robert Weisbrod, brother of the groom. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held for about 70 guests at the Cylinder ' Hall. It was decorated in the bride's chosen colors of yellow and white. White wedding bells and many beautiful flowers were used in carrying out the color scheme. The centerpiece of the bridal table was the three-tier wedding cake, topped with a white wedding bell and surrounded by a circle of roses. The committee in charge was Mrs. Drucie Jensvold, Mrs. Bennie Gildseth, Mrs. Lester Beckman. Mrs. Russell Kuhn, Miss Carneal O'Leary and Miss Virginia Stillman. Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod presided at the coffee table. The bride is a graduate of Emmetsburg high school. She taught in Palo Alto rural schools for two years. The groom graduated from Cylinder consolidated school and has been farming with his father. The couple will make their home on a farm northeast of Cylinder. A host of relatives and friends extend wishes for a long and happy married life. Showers for Marie Semon— Mrs. Alfred Semon and Mrs. R. J. Welp of Bancroft entertained at a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at the academy in honor of the former's daughter, Marie, who will be married next Tuesdav to Capt. R. W. Welp. About 75 attended. The honoree received many lovely gifts. High prize for 500 went to Mrs. Nick Semon of Whittemore and for bridge to Mrs. Al Fuchs of Bancroft. Mrs. Willard Fandel won the door prize, freshments were served. Re- Mrs. Irving Miller entertained a group of friends Tuesday evening at a personal shower in Marie's honor. The group played Tripili following which the honoree unwrapped her gifts, and lunch was served. Krlehl Marie Fredrickson, Burt, Weds Secretly— The secret marriage of Kriehl Marie Fredrickson to James L. Miller, Jr., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson of Burt. The wedding took place April 21 at St. John's Lutheran church in Des 'Moines. Mrs. Miller is employed at the Bankers Life Insurance Co. in Des Moines. Mr. Miller, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Miller, also of Burt, is a radioman third class, U. S. N. R., and is stationed at San Francisco, Calif. Townsend Circle Meeting- Townsend Sewing Circle met at Townsend Hall, Monday afternoon, July 30. Mrs. Grace Carney finished a sofa pillow and others re-made garments. Mrs. Heard finished 'a child's slip. The other guests sewed on quilt blocks for a crib quilt. At four o'clock the group was served a light lunch. It was announced that the nexl sewing session would be held at the hall on Monday afternoon, Aug. 13, with Mrs. Jessie Edwards serving. Mrs. Duane Logue Honoree— A post-nuptial kitchen showe* was given Monday evening by M'aybelle Geilenfeld and Esther Brunsvold for Mrs. Duane Logue the former Delores Geilenfeld daughter of Mrs. Walter Geilenfeld. The honoree received some lovely gifts. A lunch was served later in the evening to seventeen guests. The couple are living temporarily with Mrs. Geilenfeld until other living quarters can be obtained. O'Briens Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien entertained the following guests at supper Sunday evening: Mr and Mrs. Herman Thilges and family, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Thilges and daughter, Lu- Verne; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Platho- of Bode. Their little daughtei Patsy accompanied the Herman Thilges home and will stay with fttfs. Friends and rteighbo^S of Mifs. Don Wiese honored h'er at a stir"- prise birthday party at'the Call state park Thursday evening at a 6:30 luncheon. She was presented a lovely gift. Those .present Were Mrs. Ray Besch, Mrs; Joe Downey, Mrs. Douglas Wildin, Mrs. Wallace McGrew, Mrs. George Harris, Mrs. Lester Kenyon and Mrs. Grady Phillips. ____ Picnic At Park-^. A group of friends held a picnic at the state park Sunday. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tjaden, Betty and Ray Devine, Marjorie and Laura Riedel, Wayne Campbell, Betty Wildin, Eileen Thul, Kenneth Sarchett, Ward Winkle and Kenneth Lind- liorst. tet&t '•- taaat itl v- , B *=.-,,—t v ,,; ;. kotai spent suiftdfij^aft$mie&ft at thS'SehWleteft Jf. mal l coln, JNeor.s .wj?ere: by the deltft & nlH be shown -it tH6,'Fftlt wesieyr Swanson, who has been at SMI Pott, Miss., wrote his folks lateiyy that he is hoto at Navy Pier,' Gnl* cago. v ' • Pvt. Allen Swanson Informed his patents that they should send no more mall to him until further notice. He recently spent a 7-day furlough from Prance with a Pud* dephatt family In England, the same family with which Maynard Swanson spent Some time while on furlough. • Cpl. Maynard Swanson, who was home on furlough this sum» mer, is now at Santa Ana, Calif., for reprocessing. News Items of Burt Vicinity them for a week. Mr. Thilges is her uncle. Nancy Hudson Has Birthday— A birthday party was held Saturday for Nancy Hudson, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hudson, who celebrated her 10th birthday. Following the movie, games were played and a lunch served. Guests were Judy Nasby, Patty Ward, Marjorie Richardson, Marlene St. John, Sandra Hudson, Corrine Oarsten, Vera Jean Bradley and Chloris Skogstrom. Arrives from Europe. Capt. Ronald M. Elvidge arrived Tesday from Europe where he had served in the air corps about a year. He will spend a 30-day furlough here with his wife and two sons and with his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Elvidge. Captain Elvidge hadn't seen his youngest eight-month-old, son before. He recently was awarded the distinguished flying cross. Marian Cooley, Mitchell, S. D., arrived Tuesday for a visit at the F. L. Pratt home. Donald Dremmel returned the first of the week from a visit with friends at Madison, Wis. Charlotte Dremmel spent a few days over the weekend with Yvonne Ditsworth at Bancroft. Mrs. R. A. Bleich spent from Tuesday to Friday at the home of her mother Mrs. Louise Falk in Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thomas, Lake Crystal, Minn., visited from Saturday to Monday at the H. O. Buell home. G. W. Patterson has had 10 prisoners from the P. W. camp at Algona assisting in the harvesting the past week. Mrs. Glenn Graham and son Gary, Mason City visited from Sunday to Monday at the home of her father E. O. Chapman. The Lutheran aid society meets this afternoon in the church basement with Mrs. P. W. Kollasch and Mrs. Paul Kruger as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Vinaas, Aurora, 111., came Saturday for a week's visit at the home of Mr. Vinaas' mother Mrs. M. L. Vinaas. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson and son Jimmy and Jack McMullen spent Sunday at the Melvin Schuneman home at Spirit Lake. Helen Schwietert, who is employed in Des Moines, spent the week end at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert. Earth, Minn., visitors last Thursday. , George, Patricia and Ernest Bollinger, Avoca, Wis., are spending three weeks at the home of their uncle and aunt Mr. -and Mrs. Herman Bussle. The American Legion and Auxiliary will meet Tuesday evening at the Legion hall with Mrs. Jim Chrlstensen and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher as hostesses. Mrs. Clifford Holding and three sons, her niece Mary Katherlne Allen, and sister Mrs. Elmer Kien* itz, 'Lakota, spent last Thursday at the Ed Meaoey home in Manly. Mr. and Mrs. Nels J. Nelson arid " " the and law Mrs. E. H. Moflsdnv Nealy had beeH With 1 he? mdthef several weeks, < FMeral W*re held M6nday\ Ctene Lakota, who formerly workedJEor Mr. Nealy, datneV to Help, Dale Weiske run the. .toaTdwaire Store during Mr. Nealy's absence. > Carol Reynolds, who Is attending A. L B. in oes; Moines, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.. 'W, Reynolds. A family gathering was held at the Reynolds home Sunday. Mr, and Mrs, August Bollnlg and the Werner Streuchers, Algona, and.the tterm^ an Bussies and 'MrSi Belle 'Reynolds were geusts. William Bussie and deorge, Patricia and Ernest Bellinger, Avpca, Wis., also were .there. ' \ • Mrs. Nellie' Keepers, Creswell, Ore., and Mrs. 'Minnie DearchS, Glendale, Calif., Visited from Friday to Sunday at the home of itheir sister Mrs. Jay D. Graham. On Sunday the John Emmert, Kenneth and G-lenn Graham families, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Keeper and children, Cylinder, and Mrs. Joyce Graves were also dinner guests at the Graham home. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow and grandson Richard Stow and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey, Graham and baby, Fort Dodge, were Sunday afternoon visitors .there. daughter Arlene, attended wedding of Robert Nelson Ing fe f l Kit '«rf «••*- -"-%r., .ettWnCl ' . . , ,, i The fllrfi shows- the life-raft e*« of Lt.Janie* C, Whittak< et and Sgt, John fiartek as training shots fro», army and navy camps taken' by IfWn A, Moon, of the Moddy^ Bible insti tute. It also includes «S a principal In the film .Col. George S. Clarke, last ground officer to Wave Ba- titan before' its capitulation to the Japanese. Circle A of the women's council of the Presbyterian church held a food and bake sale at Smith's store Saturday and took in about $30. . " . ' Mrs. F. A. 'Ringsdorf, Mrs. Chas. Scott, Mrs. W. W. Boettcher and Mrs. E. C. Schwieter,t jvere. Blue THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2-3-4 |j I have returned!....General McArthur! '| Story of the men who retook Philippines! Grace Ergan at the Evangelical church at Renwick Sunday evening. • ...... 'Sgt. Lester Schwietert has arrived in this country from Europe and is expected here this week to visit his brother E. C. Schwietert, and his sister Mrs. .Vernell Hardgrove. Harry Eugene Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Hansen, recently was graduated from an intensive course of basic training at the Great Lakes naval training school. Rev. Roy K. Hill, Louisville, Ky., wall preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning. He is a candidate for the Burt pastorate which has been without a pastor for about 'three months. Dr R. H. Thompson took his son Richand, Donald Ma'cauley, Marlene Dremmel, Joan McWhorter and Marilyn Trunkhill to Lake Okoboji Sunday. They are attend;-. ing a Presbyterian young people s. meeting. The Harold Stewards, Mrs. Ralph Steward and son Merton, Mrs. Myron Meinzer and daughters and Mrs. Laurence Schumacher had a picnic dinner Sunday at the Mrs. Mary Steward and Paul Macauley home. Capt. and Mrs. Ed Stewart and son left Sunday for Camp Bragg, N C., where Captain Stewart expects to be stationed for some, weeks. He had been spending a, 30-day leave with his family after, returning from Europe. \ , The Lutheran Watther League entertained leagues from Fairville, Fenton and West Bend Friday evening. About 65 young people attended. Games formed the evening's entertainment and ice cream and cake were served. Mr and Mrs. Lewis Koeling and daughters Janice and Ruth, ART 1-c and Mrs. Waldo Krug and baby spent Sunday at the L. H. Riedel home. Mr. Krug who has been stationed at Norfolk, Va., is Press Women Meet At Okoboji Resort June Corey attended the Northwest District meeting of -the Iowa Press Women held at the Crescent Beach Hotel on Lake Okoboji Saturday and Sunday. About 20 attended the meeting at -which the new president, Mrs. Blanche Bailey Reed, Cherokee, presided. Paul James, 'Des Moines attorney and district governor of Kiwanis, was the speaker at the dinner Saturday evening. Mr. James spoke on the San Francisco conference. •= Arrangements were made by the district director, Adelaide Nichols of Estherville and Hattie Elston of Milford! Mr. and Mrs. Art Schuneman, who own the Milford Mail, entertained . the press group at breakfast Sunday morning at their cottage on Fair Oaks Beach. June is corresponding secretary of the Iowa Press Women. Genevieve Sterling is also a member of the group, but was unable to •attend the meeting. Lakota People Report On Methodist Meeting* Lakota: Mrs. x Emma Smith and Mrs. J. M. Warburtoh accompanied Rev. and Mrs. Edward. Cass to Okoboji Sunday where, they attended three services at the Methodist Bible conference, The theme fbif the week is "A Time for Great Faith.",The Morningside college summer music camp orchestra and Choir, under the direction of. Prof. MacCollin, furnished music at all -services, and the morning sermon 'was preached by Bishop Charles W- Brashares, bishop for this area. The topic was "A Good Man Is 'Like A Tree." . „ ^, At the afternoon service Rabbi Carl Rlchter, of Sioux Falls, S. D., spoke. A refugee, he told of the life of the Jews in Germany during the persecution. He came to the United States with only his immediate family. It took him six months to make his escape 6nd he said that one-third of the Jews had been killed. He hopes that Vision instead of Vengeance will toe a postwar slogan. Bishop Brashares spOke on the necessity fo prayer at the evening meeting. Starring JOHN, AYN CABANAMNPRISQMRAJDf 'lIMtlNHttMMI YANK mm m «wi ExKotiv, P«*IPW MKffRUW! a nephew of Mr.-Riedel. Gladys Ann Smith, Titonka, and Eva Mae Taggerth, Swea City, spent the weekend with Barbara Thompson. The girls knew each other at Dubuque University, Margaret Officer had Sunday dinner at the Thompson home also. The Emil Hasses spent Sunday at the Julius Heider home at Emmetsburg. The Heiders were celebrating their wedding anniversary Mrs. Clifford Schroder accompanied the Hasses to Emmetsburg and spent the day with hei sister. L R Daniels moved his harness and shoe repair business into his new location just south of Smiths store. Don Mitchell bought the Thompson building in whicb he =» had been located, and will have m his electric shop there after he has made some changes. = Ensign and Mrs. Wallace B. Oft fleer, Jr., are expected this week = from Cambridge, Mass, where = Ensign Officer has been taking a i special course in comunications at • Howard. His wife is the former Roberta Carney, of Algona. The couple was married only a few weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, Mr and Mrs. Charles Scott Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf 'and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Drone were Sunday evening dinner guests at me a. <-. ALWAYS A GOOD MARKET Johnson Produce Co. Phone 21R2 Swea City Cash Buyers of Poultry, Eggs, Cream, Hides, Wool, Feeds One of the most important firms to the farmers of the community is-the Johnson Produce Co., located at Swea City. Their prices are always the best that can be obtained in any market, and''they are so close at hand' that'.it'--does not necessitate shipping market'prices and other quotations. :• This firm has always assisted materially. in-:the, growth of the .community as a-trade center. Here the farmer is assured of the highest market price for poultry, and they therefore conduct a business that is of high commercial value to the public. Remember that were the farmers of this community compelled to ship their products elsewhere, they would fall short of getting the prices paid by the Johnson Produce Co. The raising of poultry is a prominent feature in farming and proves a paying sideline in all cases. Dealings with them are always courteous and accommodating — their one idea in mind is to give all their customers and friends a (satisfactory service. ' They have years'of experemce in handling produce and are competent in business judgment. When you deal with them, you can rest assured of getting full- weights and measures at the very best prices. Continue to trade at the Johnson Produce Co., and be a satisfied customer. For Better Service Consult Northern Lumber Company , 53 Years of Service in SWEA CITY, IOWA Building Material —• Wire — Lumber — paint — Doors — Posts — Fence — Builders' Hardware — Burt Cooperative Creamery Phone 49 Burt, Iowa ' Manufacturers of Iowa State Brand Butter Karl P. Anderson, M&r., Hcrmai Sonderbcre, Pres., Leonard Dltt- mer, V. Pres., Henry Smith, Sec The Burt Cooperative Creamery is one of those fine concerns we enjoy telling about. They have had a very important part in the development of Burt into such a fine trading town. There is no substitute in the long run for a home concern owned and operated by those who know you, and the com- rmuiity in which you live. If you stand at all, 'stand by those that through years have made possible for you and your, the heritage you enjoy today. They have worked "and planned an: strived to build for you the best in market facilities. Specify their butter when, making a purchase and be assured of the best.. A place where you can market you cream and. be. assured of getting the highest price "possible. The Burt Cooperative Creamery day after day 'has striven to serv you. Not necessarily^ at a profi but to serve yoU'well and it please them perhaps' ,ias , much as.;»yoi when the market warrants ;a ris in the price of butterf at. We cannot recommend and urg you too strongly to: patronize thi wonderful home owned concern Dollars spent at home remain a home, and will some time com back to you. Don't let them leave They won't come back again'. Coal Portable Hog Houses — It Will Pay You In 1945 To Cooperate With "Wesley Farmers Creamery Co. Wesley, Iowa A Good. Cream Market — Manufacturers of High Grade Butter, It is hard to believe that those a who founded The Wesley Farmers 1 Creamery Co. years ago, efen in = the rarest moments of imagina- = tion pictured a more progressive 1 creamery than they have today. = The community is justly proud of _ this institution which is known ill 1 over this territory for its superior 1 products. The farmers who patron-r HOUSES BUILT FOB YOU At Savings — No Waste Material This firm enjoys a most enviable reputation by virtue of years of honest business dealings with the people. Their dealings are as substantial as the materials they sell. They know that a satisfied customer is the best advertisement they can have and have built their business around this method. They are ever striving to please and secure for their customers the best that can be had in lumber and supplies. They are able to buy .in such quantities that they can supply you at very reasonable prices. They maintain a service department whereby they not only help you with your plans but will give the exact cost of materials needed in your plans. They are able to furnish any desired information pertaining to the construction. This service is free snd can be obtained upon request, New ma- ter^ajs are constantly being placed upon the market and this depart™ ment will gladly give yo\* Information about them. We are glad to refer you to the Nprthern lumber company and as Sroz. blue denim •^Sanforized ^hrunk •^Double ditched seams PHONE ) HIM he arrowHeM for :pa|ticipwofi he RiveiM, invasion v^wheii ;he Mta dleftSf 16 He;is'I veteran ef sweep '••'rikeis for: sill tractors.: Wagoiv Wood and steel s'tock tanks. All steel hog feeders Electric motors. 4-sectibri sftfke tooth harrow with folding drawbar, -SfeW Victor endgate seeders. Manure Iddder' for John Deere f'A" and, "B'V Manure loader for "H" arid ' M'V 1 g^ blower, Power, saw for W. C, tractor, 146 plow. Fairbanks Morse 2 h. p. gas engine. ; : Mowers, sweep rakes, Hammermills, wood wheel wagon, rubber tired trailer with box. John Deere 1-16 plow. John Deere elevator hoist. Yale & Towne IVz T. chain hoist, like new. Complete service for Allis Chalmers, OliVer, New Idfea and Massey-Harris machines. We are equipped to put liquid weight in your tires/Bring your tires in for FIRESTONE FAC- TOBY RECAPPING. " BRADLEY BROS. "Hydraulic Farm Hand" Stacker Loaders Phone 714 Algona. Iowa SUNDAY, MONDAY, AUG. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THUKSDAV AUG. 7-8-9 DAILY MATINEE 3:00 P. MSy , lp|injr ^|tra Time Every WherftV, " "'»>#.' .^m*^ \. RELIABLE SERVICE . ife and supply this crearoery do their own ruling, The Wesley Farmers Creamery has constantly grown. Each year they have shown, under the management pf| competent business-men, growth in P9tons. Each year their volume has Increased constantly, giving the farmers good prices and supplying good service. • The success of the creamery is not only due to the directors, officers and the management, but to its many patrons who are helping its growth. They have been able to pay the farmer? more per pound for their butterfat than-if there were n9 co-operative creamery in this community. This creamery's braj9<$ pf butter is-qop- ceded to be close to perfection o| the creamery nianufacturer's The fanners 9*9 Wfi with the' celve here sure you that you will find high prices and courteous efficient service always i HflH»«timt with in CEBTIFISP MIULATION.IQIj CowanBldgSupplyCo, Pfcaiel?* For All Cars or Trucks We have modern tools and equipment , > ,-e?S'- pert, trained mechanics ,,', and a reputation for satisfactory MOTOR • •:.-•* '•\\ ? 'f : !> "\ ;'"* 4 ^ •;,| -:-i( L\ ':'$. : I :'••* " ; S . J

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