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"°WNIK rot SNAPSHOTS • FOR coioi SLIDES • Movie Cameras from $3.25 H from $36.50 • from $29.95 AND THf Brownie Star Cameras FOR COLOR SlfDfS^ AS WILL AS SNAPSHOTS lowest prices ever for genuine Kodak-made color-slide camerasT ''^ CAMERA CORNER Stock U|>,Heie On Holiday picture-Taking Needs We Have Everything I Bancroft ** In a double ring rerrmofiy performed in St. John's Catholic Church at 8:30 o'clock Saturday, Marj or y Mulligan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Mulligan, became the bride of Robert Menke in a ceremony performed by Rev. J. H. Schultes. Attending the couple were the bride's sister, Marilyn Mulligan. Omaha, Maxine Menke. cousin of the groom, Omaha, Gerry Schilling, Des Moines, Jackie and Billy Dudding, cousins of the groom and Arthur Mulligan, bro- >ner of the bride. A dinner for close relatives was held in the V.F.W. club in Algona and a reception in the afternoon for their friends and relatives. After a two weeks honeymoon the newlyweds will be at home in Algona where they are both employed. R. J. Doyle entered Mercy hospital, Des Moines, for medical treatment. Mr Doyle is suffering from a heart ailment. His daughter Betty is a nurse there. Mrs Geo. Wolf is a patient of Holy Family hospital, Estherville, where she is undergoing further treatment. Mr and Mrs Nick Saudt announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Diane to Pat Sweeney of Fort Dodge. The wedding will take place here June 18 in St. John's Catholic church. Friends from here attending the wake and funeral of John Reding, Whittemore, father of Mrs Ross Inman, were Mr and Mrs Chas. Inman, Mr and Mrs Phil Inman, Mr and Mrs Paul Inman, Mr and Mrs Fred Tegges and boys, Mr and Mrs Harojd Wilhelmi, Mr and Mrs William Quinn, Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman, and Donna Bergman and Alice Menke. Mrs H. K. Lampe and Daryle accompanied Mr and Mrs Ralph Valentine of Algona to Minneapolis Saturday where they were present for the First Holy Communion of Ralph Wilhelmi, son of Mr and Mrs Francis Wilhelmi. Mr and Mrs Tom Lensing and Lori of Ames came Friday for a visit with relatives and attend the wedding of Robert Menke and • Marjory Mulligan. Their daughter Joyce who spent the past week here returned home with them. . » Mrs Bess Murray has been visiting at the Pat Cullen and John Murray homes in Storm Lake. Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman and Donna spent Sunday evening with deo. Johnson aM Myrtle at Titohkft and were supper guests. Brnns of marriage were published for the second tfme Sunday between Geo. Kockler, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Kockler, and Afihette Becker, daughter af Mr and Mrs James Becker. Miss Barbara Kockler of Minneapolis spent the weekend, with her parents, Mr and Mra Waiter Kockler. Swea Resident Dies At 91; Rites Monday 8w*a City — Mrs Augusta Pehrson, 61, resident of the community for 78 years, died at 5:30 Friday at the home of a daughter. Mrs fi. J. O'Dell, Bancroft. Mrs Pehrson had been in failing health since January and on Tuesday suffered a stroke. Born Jan. 0, 1866 at Smoland, Sweden, she came to Swea City with her parents in 1879. She was married to John Pehrson in 1886, and the couple farmed near Swea City until Mr Pehrson's death. Eight of Mrs Peru-son's twelve children survive: Mrs Edwin Hovey, Kenosha, Wis.; Oscar of Pasadena, Calif.; Mrs Charles Scholtes and Mrs E. J. O'Dell, Bancroft; Bernard of Moorhead, Minn.; Mrs Martin Swanson, Fairmont; and Mrs Edna Pons- ness of Los Angeles. Two sons and two daughters preceded her in death. They were Robert, Arthur and Mrs Anna Griffith of Swea City and Mrs Paul Udy of Windom. A sister, Mabel Swenscn, resides at St. Peter. There are 24 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren. Mrs Pehrson was confirmed in Zion Lutheran Church which later consolidated with Immanuel Lutheran. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at Immanuel Lutheran church with Pastor Leroy Pillman officiating, and burial was in Harrison Township Cemetery. Six grandsons served as, pallbearers. Curtis Funeral Home Wat !n charge of arrangements. Cancer Memorials For 27 Recorded Living Memorials through contributions to the Iowa division of the Ahierican Canctr Society have betn made during the past year for 2? deceased residents of Kossuth county. Names of persons for whom a memorial has been established and whose names will be' inscribed in a permanent "Living Memorials" book of Iowa, since Memorial Day of 1955, ere as follows: Ubbe Winter, Patricia Kennedy, Geo. Butterfield Sr. ( Charles Ditsworth, Clara Baltz, Severt Holm, Mamie Sperbeck. Mrs Carl J. Applequist, Mrs J. J Anderson, H. R. Cowan, Richard G. Wickwire, Myrtle Priebe, W. ft. Shirp afid Mr§ John Huff. Mrs Beth Johnson, Georgfl Hagge, Mrs E. 1. Hammond, Fred Walker, Ed C. Peterson, E. G. Ltrson, Emma Thaves, Ely Anderson, Mrs A. J. Farrington, Jacob Kurtzleben, Cntls Reese?, Mrs Fred Peterson and Alfred Ward. • Awards Court, Girl Scouts, Held The annual court of award for Girl Scouts was held May 13 in the high school auditorium. Badges were awarded and fly-up ceremonies held for several troops. Seventeen girls, including Karen Alt, Barbara Bartlett. Kathy Bay, Karen Hasse, Phyllis Hardgrove, Janet Jergenson, Beverly Johnson, Charlene LaBarre, Pauline McMahofl ftosemary Selected by College Girl* a* the He, 1 Jacket for Sportt and Campus Wear A Real ACTION JACKET wW you action-hungry gafs wttl love for golf and all-around wear. Brilliantly designed In Zelan washable poplin with dropped yoke, elasticized knit inserts at waist and under arml for complete freedom. Deftly tailored side- button closing with concealed zipper, In linen, '-••---• ^.?. Sizes 10 to 16 9.95 Medin, Connie Munger, Barbara Reinders, Roberta Schwendel- mann, Sharon Scott, Linda Taf gue, Julie Vipond and Beverly Warner, became senior Scouts. Advancing to intermediate Girl Seouthood were Jo Ellen Baas, Barbara Brewer, Cheryl Carr, Jean Christiansen, Cindy Cowan, Marilyn Deal, Joan DeOroote, Susan Hemmingsen, Pamela Hopkins, Karen Kern, Marsha Miller, Judy Parrott, Linda Parsons, Barbara Percival, Gayle Phillips, Diane Smith and Ann Wilson. Also in the fly-up was troop seven. Members are Diane Bai- dus, Pamela Batt, Kathy Besten- lehner. Cindy Bradley, Kay Brandow, Connie Cassel, Mary Cowan, Penny Dodds, Dorine Funk, Jane Geilenfeld, Marilyn Harris, Pam Henderson, Pam Johnson, Betty Lichter, Jo McKean, Judy Meissner, Juanita Meyer, Janice Patterson, Connie Prothman, Rosemary Reinders, Janice Robinson, Sue Gregory and Nancy Marshall. Flag bearers at the court Judy Pickett, Mary Cowan, Agnes Sigsbee, Siri Nortofi and Roberta Schwendelmann, while leaders of troops receiving awards were Mrs Max Bartholomew, Mrs Melvin Bay, Mrs John Fraser, Mrs Bob Deal, Mrs Jeri Me* Kean, Mrs Wes Bartlett and Mrs Charles Hardgrove. '"' Polls, Breaks Hip Mrs P, H. Hargreavcis fell Wednesday morning in her homd and broke her hip and was taken to Park hospital in Mason City; She just recently recovered from a broken hip which occurred two years ago. The Degree of Honor lodge held a pot-luck supper Monday at Mrs J. P. Smith's. .At this time a handkerchief shower was given for Mrs George Larson who is moving to California about June 1. | The cash you'll save s£ | if you finance your | next car at our bank. 1 Stop in! | Safe Confidential IOWA SS Accommodating THESE SPECIAL PRICES GOOD THIS WEEK-END AND All NEXT WEEK THR OUGH SATURDAY, JUNE 1st SNOW CROP FROZEN PURE GRANULATED 10-lb. bag \ (Limit, One Please!) 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