Cob Pile Ablaze ' 8 firem en extinguished " a P» e of cobs on the , K en Brandow, a mile , ° wn , afternoon. .„,„., inuay auernoon. was burning trash when blaze that was put out withou causing any damage. Carrier pigeons fly from 20 tc 30 miies an hour. The earth was once called i v_ _ v, . .-**•••"» ura 041 wi n: ii the cobs ignited, causing a big JUiV 24 FARM SAFETY TIP JUIV 30 DON'T Permit Tiny Tots To Ride Dangerously On The Tractor PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO Seedhouse Jet. Hiways 169 and 18 THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Double-Barreled Entertainment Robert Taylor Stewart Granger in "ALL THE BROTHERS WERE VALIANT" , One, of Tha J Academy Award Winner ''THE SEA AROUND US" 20,000 Thrills Under The*SeaX DRIVE SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY For 3 Smash Hit Nites ARNERT3ROS. «ND INTRODUCING GERALD1NEPAGE PLUS THIS BONUS HIT our OF WORLD LAUGHJER AND DOWH JO EARJH WARM I * Starring George "Foghorn" Winslow and Charles Coburn Spring Byington John Agar Anne Francis DON'T MISS IT! * Phelps-Krominga Vows At Titonka Ceremony Sunday Tilonka — Ruth Phelps, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps, became the bride of Paul Krominga, son of Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga, in a pretty wedding Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the Titonka Methodist church. Rev. Max Goldman performed the double ring ceremony. The altar was decorated with baskets of gladoli and other garden flowers. Mrs B. H. Schwerin sang the "Lords Prayer" and "Because." The nuptial music was played by Mrs Wm. Karels of Bancroft. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a ballerina length gown of white net and lace over taffeta, fashioned with a Peter Pan color and long .sleeves tapering to a point over the wrists. Her fingertip veil Was held in place by a sweetheart shaped half hat trimmed with rows of gathered net. She carried a bouquet of red roses. Miss Alvina Baade, a friend of the bride was bridesmaid. Her ballerina length dress was of aqua polished cotton, and she wore a head band of aqua net. Her flowers were white and pink carnations. Flower girl was Anita Moore, cousin of the bride, and Harlan Krominga, nephew of the bridegroom, was ringbearer. Diane Krominga, the bridegroom's sister, and Virginia Hacker, cousin of the bride, were candlelighters. The bridegroom's brother, Roger Krominga, was best man. Ushers were Dean Kuchenreuthor and LeRoy Phelps. Immediately following the ceremony a reception for 200 guests was held in the church parlors. The tables were decorated in aqua and white, with a four-tiered vedding cake topped with two itUe doves each holding a ring in ts bill, in the center of the bride's table. Mrs Gene Krominga and Mrs ienry D. Harms cut and served he cake, Mrs Harold Heesch poured and Mrs Leroy Phelps had harge of the guest book. Caroine Van Hove and Amy Fisher vere in charge of the unwrapping f the gifts. Waitresses were Linda Nelson, Barbara Ringsdorf, Corrine Zwe- iel, Sharon Carroll, Janice and Gladys Harms. Mrs Hazel Carroll, tfrs Herman Harms, Mrs Louis ..arson, Mrs Glaus Krull, Mrs Leo "Center, and Mrs Menno Fuls as- isted with the luncheon. Randy kelson, accompanied by his mother sang two numbers at the eception. The bride and bridegroom both graduated from the Titonka High school. Mrs Krominga is employed by the Farmers and Traders Savings Bank in Bancroft and Mr Krominga at the Titonka Lockers. After,. q,.,.weekfe weddLiftg tijip' t«i' tbe-Black Hills they will live in Titonka. Algonti Girl To Wed Burt Youth On August 7 Mr and Mrs Walter Haack attended the funeral of Walter's cousin, Karl R. Martwig of Fort Dodge Tuesday. Mr and. Mrs Herbert Villeneuve and family of Pawtuckett, R. I., are spending a two weeks vacation with Mrs Villeneuve's mother, Mrs Mary Fritz and with hur brothers and sisters. Mrs Gerald Radig and Mrs Louis Seegabarth of Lone Rock were Friday afternoon visitors at the home of their mother, Mrs Anna Alke. Mrs Irene Higgins entertained ler 500 club Thursday with Mrs Verle Schmidt being a extra juest. Prizes were won by Mrs 3eneva Thacker and Mrs Esther Peterson. Mr and Mrs John J. Helmers. Algona, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Jean, above, to Robert B. Carlson, son of Mr and Mrs Axel Carlson of Burl. The couple will be married in the Trinity Lutheran Church here, Sunday, August 7. (Photo by Glenn's Studio) Mr and Mrs Harley Smith of Culver City, California, Mr and Mrs Earl Smith of Sioux Falls, S. D., and Mrs James Smith of Holland were Wednesday guests of their brother Gracly Smith and wife. Mrs John Simon of Algona visited her cousin, Mrs Pierre Sartor, Monday. Mr and Mrs Bob Campbell and daughter Barbara of Wheaton, 111., were Thursday visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Walter Haack. Mrs Campbell and Walter are brothers and sisters. Janice Smith of Greene, granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Grady Smith is spending a month's vacation visiting here. Mr and Mrs David Ryder of Houston, Texas, came Thursday and spent until Tuesday morning with Mrs Ryder's parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Bpyken and other relatives here. Mr and Mrs Ryder will go home by way of Washington, The Methodist circles will meet Wednesday, July 27>The -Mtrfy .Cfrcle } wilU meet" ' . Budlong, with 'Mrs L. C. 'Heifner as co-hostess. Mrs Charles' Phelps will give the devotions' and Mrs Wilbur Schram the 'lesson. The Eleita circle will meet with Mrs Irene Peterson with" Mrs Vivian Wubben as co-hostess. Devotions will be given by Mrs Martin Larson and the lesson by Mrs Louis Larson. The Adah circle will meet with Mrs Mildred Eden with Mrs George Peterson as co-hostess. Devotions will be given by Mrs Heyko Boekelman and the lesson by Mrs Ted Dunmire. ' Elmer Ricks, son of Mr and Mrs Simon Ricks, has been discharged from the air force in Texas after four years of service. He arrived home Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Armon Todcl and children Anita and Loy of South Sioux City, Nebr., were visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Paul 'Sssr^/s/M'S/s//////////^^^ n HTIO n n i JUIV24 FARM SAFETY TIP JULV 30 DON'T Back Up Truck or Equipment Without Looking Behind BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY 109 North Dodge Phone 125 Thnrkor and family Tuesday till .'Friday. ' 'Minnie and Alice Pnnnkiik drove to Algona Sunday and had ?» PIC J? K ' tlinncl ' and met Mr nnd Mrs Raymond Pannkuk and family of Rippey, who brought their daughter Gloria along who will stay with her aunts for a month's vacation. Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and Mr and Mrs Virgil Miller were .Sunday visitors at Albert Lea. Mr and Mrs Swan brought their daughter, Carol Ann home after she had spent a week visiting Miami Mrs Robert Neilson and Johnnie. Bill Fritz, Mr and Mrs Herbert Villeneuve and Mrs Mary Fritz spent from Tuesday until Thursday visiting in the South Dakota area visiting at Spikenton and Lake Andee. > • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Mrs Loretta Kopel and son Harold, of Haverhill spent the weekend here at her sisUr's, Mrs Nate Studer and family and with other relatives. Mr and Mrs Julius Mate, Rose Marie and Charlotte wont to Plymouth Sunday to visit the Joe Hildman family. Mr Hildman is very ill. Mrs Hildman is a sister of Mr Matz. Mrs Joe Krieps and Jackie, Rose Mary Matz and Charlotte spent Friday at Leland with their friend, Mrs Tom McGreevey and family. Mrs McGreevey is the former Ruth Mary Goetz. Lucille Goetz, who is employed in Mason City is spending her week's vacation at the parental, Leo Goetz home. Mr and Mrs J. T. Meurer and Mr and Mrs A. M. Lemkee enjoyed a picnic and fishing at Iowa Lake Sunday.- Sister Mary Gertrude returned to South Bend, Ind., Thursday nite, following a visit here with her mother, Mrs Mary Otis and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Larry Lang and family were Sunday guests at the Gayle Studer home. The women are sisters. Marcia Lang stayed for a longer visit. Diane, Linda and Karla Newbrough, daughters of Mr and Mrs R. E. Newbrough, spent last week at the home of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs E. R. Newbrough. Joe Johnson and his sister, Mrs Martin Hamilton accompanied by their cousin, Robert Goetz, spent Sunday in Waterloo with the Edward Thissen family. They brought home with them little Michael Thissen, 1V4, who will be cared for this week, by his aunt, Mrs Hamilton. The Thissens are moving into their newly constructed home. Janice Paulson received a scholarship last week from Waldorf college. She expects to start in Mid-September on a normal course with a music minor. Janice is a daughter of Mr and Mrs John Paulson. Mrs Herman Wise and Mrs Lawrence Baylor were hostesses Wednesday, July 20, to the "Know Your Neighbor" circle ol the Methodist Church. Mr and Mrs Bill Laubenthal and Cynthia Ann of Algona were Sunday guests at the parental, Carl Johnson home. Bill, Curl and "Cal" Johnson went fishing at Clear Lake Sunday afternoon. Mrs Rose Wagner and daugh- Frigid-Midget ICE CUBE TRAY Limit 2 to i Customer frl, Sat,, and Monday Each This hondy Frigid-Midget Ice Cube Tray pops out 90 miniature crystal, clear ice cubes ot a twist of the wrist. 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