Imogene • S. E. Mills rn ftial Oak Mtts Effte iotta cartaoft. o*!y JNmfcMef i«t J*raft* E. Cartto*. and Date fcartott, son oi Mr. and ttrs. Jon-h Barton of -«*f SWS undoah, were married at 2 o'eloe* Wedwesday afternoon, Inty tt, at fi« Lutheran pareonage In Red dm* oy Re*. Waiter t. Peterto*. they left immediately after the etreinont fot a noneyteesn ltl$ and will tiBit with reiatttes at Lincoln, Wahoo. and Omaha, Jfebr. They will reside on a farm near Shenandoah. A reception Is being planned At the home of the bride's father Saturday, Ang. 6, at which time two etenU will be celebrated — the bride's birthday and the reception In honor of their marriage. The bride it a charming young lady who has been mistress in her father's hone since the death ot her toother. She has many friends' here who extend best wishes. Miss Anna and Andrew Deleand Mrs. C. 3. Cassell and grandson, Jltnmie Sparks, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. L, E. dutBchenritter. Two good ball games were played on the Snllitan diamond Sunday. The boys north of Imogene played a game with the Wright boys and their players in Which the winners were then to play the boys south of Imogene. The score was 15-6 in faror ot the north boys. Then came the game with the south boys and they went right on with their food playing. Only seven Innings Were played and the game stood 1*1 In faror ot the north boys. | Will Listen fractured a couple Ot ribs when he slipped and fell from a ladder while fixing some bins for his grain when threshing last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buttercase of Btrahan and Mrs. O. B. Scooles Ot Rlrerton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Oomstock Tuesday «renlng. Mrs. Kate Hlggins and Fran- els Outschenritter of Red Oak •pent Thursday here in the home of the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Outschenritter. Mr. and Mrs. Wendelle Stuelke and Carolyn attended the chau- tauqua at Randolph last Wednesday evening, Miss Nellie O'Connor spent several days last week with her sister, Mrs. T. F. Maher. , Mr. and Mrs. Harry Comstock, •pent 'Wednesday evening with Mrs, Comstock's father, Oust Till»an,^near Essex. , , , ',, Quarterly conference was held at the Methodist church here last Tuesday evening. '• A. E. Addy spent Wednesday in Carson. Lloyd Taylor and family ot Malvern came Saturday to spend a. few, days In the home ot Mrs, Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hanklna. Mrs. Thomas Regan and son, Jerome, left Saturday over the Burlington from Red Oak for Chicago where they will attend the World's Fair and visit her flpri, Mlcheal. , 'Miss Ruby Hankins has been suffering from a siege of poison iyy on her face .and eye the past « Mnl ffcttRfQii ...Mrs. T, N. Weber and son, Lawrence, .of Walnut have been visiting her sister, Mrs, E. J. Cabill, and other relatives here the past week. . Will Sweeney of Council Bluffs visited here last Thursday with his aunt, Mrs. M. Saner, and gther relatives. B. J. Sweeney and Joe Lyons drove down from Omaha Satur- 4ay and remained until Monday morning with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hart and Doris, Gust TiUman, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Comstock were dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Will Comstock Sunday. Frank Sweeney and family of near Creston came Saturday to visit Mrs. Sweeney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. WW Leahy, and other relatives here. Mr, and Mrs, j. R. Minnick %»ve be$n enjoying a visit from <tb,eir daughter, Mrs. Gertie Cope, of Columbia, Mo. Leo Sweeney of Omaha is spending bis vacation here with relatives. Mr- and Mrs. Micheal Delehant «nd baby drove to Tarklo, Mo. Sunday to spend the* day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. • JKennetU GammeU 9! Macedonia, representative for ths Raw- Jejgb products, m|de bis first trip through this territory Monday. His fatber b»d cbar*e o| this territory far MVtraJ yeftrs b»t wUfe i ' ' —-- to wUfe tbe »a4 fiWttr o* W«wr •Mil Sunday with thttjr p*r*ftti. Mr. »u4 Mr.. 7, p. M*.fcM, Byri Hauklu* aud <»wily afl^P 9faHffHfl^it Iw JU A gplandid pictnre of the merer fatntTy appMred recently tn two daflr p*p«r», grfftBg tbelr names and alr«fr tt* foml'*: Rmfc Kammerer of Ijftogftfi*, «6; lames RaftfterHr, Lftwty, ^etrr.. 71; Mrt. ft. Addy, 78; Mm, Sarah Gee, 75; Mrs. Leah Adams, 78, ail ot Imogen e; Mrs. Jenn Eartman, 80. Anrada, Colo.; and Mike , *$, o* ComteH tfc* gf6*p tt WftfiWW * * ttflto* wfcfen wffl b* ftel« ai thft &<*_« Sf Mr. and Mrtr. f oftft tfttt to tuWfWne Sirndst, Attg. »» A very large nwra*** to expected from niany afferent Juaces. It was frot h«d Sntiay M was stated fa tne papers carrying tfcefr jffetftre*. The brothers and sisters, atet at Fafratonnt pit* la Council Bleft* fast Wednesday whien wa* th* first tlffl« tfiey had all met in eeten tears. Read the ads. They ar* aa*r*s**d to yoo RANDOLPH ttfs. wtn fctt«**y fWtfa* Itentei at i We dfttttf. Qtesta ftefwoetf Mr. AM Mr*, ffcft fleednaii- ffit e&ffi- drsft, Ltfttafe ftnd GWn, Mf. atd Mr*. Rot Lttfnestott a*d «m, B*H« r aftd daughters, fidtf *trd Noffn* Jeatrie, MM. MtMrea ChantfHSr* a*d eon, Biff. tWft Jftinlson, tatty Fiehtef, and tert Rnmsry. Mr. aisd MM. E. L. Elite ifs tft« profld parftfit* of twin baMee, *t J8. tfe« f»1 potraflil .lira tBif wSt 4flt Idifi. hofrtlng ft Mr • M* gfotrtrd. Both JKiftt *«6 t>a* r«fc*ft-M « t*Xh fft rt* Fttrfttt k fertf «*4 aM _*«§. ttf. «__ Mrs. Ofer«6 Wedet- ftrtef of Mat**ffi a«« Mfi. Wl!- &MMI-IR it T1S tttto* .JM_ _>****•» ^_r^ •" f»»*1t df a ta*c* ot «_%#(* feet. He W "*' ' " *Bbfl-aat» *«i&Jta-l_ &-&&&! 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