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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 25, 1937 North East Kossuth Page Couple Wed in Lakota After Church Services on Sunday Grant Edwards and Edith Berryhill Are Bride, Groom Lakota: Grant Edwards of Lakota and Edith Berryhill of Buffalo Center were married Sunday at the close of the morning service In the Congregational church in Buffalo Center, the Rev. Frerklng officiating. They were attending by Marian Berryhill as bridesmaid and Loren Sachs as best man. The bride carried a bouquet of roses, carnations and baby breath. After the ceremony the relatives were enter- talned at a wedding dinner at the home of the bride's parents south of Buffalo Center. Besides the Immediate family, there were present, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Edwards, Betty and Jack of Lakota, the Ross Edwards of Wichita, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Freeark and son of Clear Lake and the Martin Wubbens of Spencer. Grant Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Goe. Edwards of Lakota and he is engaged in the carpenter trade with his father. Mrs. Edwards is a graduate of the Buffalo Center high school and has since been with her parents at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards left for a wedding trip following the ceremony and will be at home to their friends after Dec. 1 In Lakota. The Rev. and Mrs. Frerklng left Tuesday for Jessup to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with their daughter and husband, the Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Ukena. Miss Emma Gutknecht was a Mason City visitor Saturday. The Tom Daileys of Algona visited at the home of Mrs. Heetland. Mrs. Dailey before her marriage was Ethel Heetland. Mrs. Hllmer Hanson and Mrs. Irvln Wortman completed the Red Cross drive here recently. They gathered about $60 for the work. Mr. and Mrs. S. Warburton attended the vesper services given in the'Methodist church In Swea City Sunday afternoon. The music was by the Armstrong M. E. chlor. Titonka Beats Buffalo Center Titonka's basketball teams captured two games from Buffalo Center, Friday, at Buffalo Center. The first team won by a 30 to 24 score, and the seconds tallied a 13 to 2 victory. Titonka's first team led ta the half, 11 to 9. Dec. 3, Titonka will play East Chain, Minn., at Titonka. Grant News Mr. and Mrs. Milton Price 1 of Swea City visited Sunday at the Ray Mino home. The Ray Wentworth family visited Sunday at the John Lamping home at Thompson. Elmer Anderson and Martin Westfall of Rlngated visited Sunday at the Ely Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Selberg and children visited Sunday evening at the Paul Selberg home at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boever and children visited Sunday afternoon at the Cyril Haag home at Ledyard. Mrs. David Farrow and children, Grace and Junior, attended a shower Sunday for Theresa Govern at the Govern home at Bancroft. Sunday dinner guests at the Andrew Peterson home were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Olson and Nels Pederson of Fairmont and Mr. and Mrs. Soren Pederson of Kelster. Mr. and Mrs. John Schueler Jr., of Bancroft and Arlene and Herman Hammond left Wednesday for Clinton, 111., where they will visit for two weeks at the Hammond home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hall pnd children, Ray Dean and Arlen of Fairmont, Mrs. Florence Kelly of Hewitt, Minn., and Mrs. Bessie Wescott of Ada, Minn., were supper guests at the Roy Mino home. Friday evening, Mrs. Wescott and Mrs. Kelly remained here to visit with their father, W. A. Hall. is a Splendid Breakfast" "QUAKER OATS aaya Ruth Harknes*, Great American Explorer, who captured Sa-Lin, only Giant Panda in captivity! • What • bargain in breakfasts! Quaker Oat*, mainstay of million* coitt only Vi cent per *ervlng — yet it's exceedingly rich in food energy, and in flavor! Every serving contains abundant Vitamin B—the precious vitamin you need every day to combat nervousness,constipation and poor appetite!.. .Order the one and only Quaker Oats i at today's special prices, • which many grocers feature. McCormick - Deering HAMMER- MILLS are a Profitable Investment for Livestock and Poultry Feeders The feeding value of grain and forage is increased 15 to 30% because animals assimilate full food value and do not waste it while feeding. A steer can be made to weigh 1000 }>ounds in less time with less feed at a less cost. Processed feeds require less storage space, and a better ration fan be maintained with them, resulting in maximum profits for dairyman and livestock feeder. The No. 1-B mill and the No. 2 roughage mill grind wheat, oats, barley, rye, shelled corn, ear corn, corn stalks, alfalfa, hay, beans, peas and grain sorghum—headed or in the bundle. The No. 2 mill, in addition, grinds bundled oats, baled hay and cotton seed cake. It grinds grains and roughages in combination. Ask For a Demonstration McCormick-Deering Store Listen to our radio program over KGLO, Mason City, on Monday through Friday at 11:45-12:15 80ATLEDYARD CHURCH PARTY Ledyard: On Thursday evening the Sacred Heart church held a card party in the basement. About 80 attended. The door prize of a turkey was given to Mr. Thllges of near Lakota. High bridge score was won by Mrs. ,J. H. Sheridan and five hundred nigh score by Bool Goche. There will be no party this week due to Thanksgiving, but there will be one the following three weeks before Christmas. Lunch was served by the ladies. Farm Program Election On Wednesday evening a corn- hog meeting was held and officers were elected as follows: D. O. Friets, chairman; August KHnk- slek, vice chairman; Geo. Wallentine, committeeman; Ed Looft and G. B. Kelling alternates. Mr. Wel- housen, head of the county soil conservation committee gave a talk. Weds on West Coast Mrs. August Sprank received the announcement of the marriage of her daughter, Lyla Hamm to John A. Gruchow at Vancouver, Washington on October 16. They will make their home on a farm at Aumsvllle, Oregon. Mrs. L. A. Nitz entertained the farm bureau Friday. The W.m. Garrys visited friends in Delavan, Minn., Sunday. John Hartshorn is working at the Rock Island lumber yard assisting Wm. Flynn. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nltz were in St. Paul Wednesday and Thursday on business. George Hagge, John Ficken and John Frandle were business callers in Algona Saturday. Mrs. M. Moulton and Frank Moulton of Blue Earth were here on business Wednesday. The Rev. Father Sturm attended the funeral of the Rev. Dunn at Kmmctsburg on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Duane went to Sioux City on Saturday to visit at the home of their son, Milton and family. The August Busch family spent Sunday at the Clarence Darnell home at Superior. The occasion was Mrs. Darnell's birthday. Alice Hagge has been sick the past week with pneumonia. Her sister, Mrs. Zielske, cared for her until Thursday then Mr. Hogge went to Guckeen and his sister, Mrs. John Ficken and Mr. Ficken returned with him to care for Alice. She is better and able to sit up at this time. Two Showers at Titonka for Brides Lone Rock: Mr. and Mm. Arend Neeland attended a shower and oyster stew Friday evening In honor of Mrs. Neeland's sister, Harriett Sleper of Buffalo Center, at the Orville Buffingtons, Titonka. Mrs. Walter Faulstich and daughter, Dorothy attended a shower on Sunday at Titonka in honor of Theresa Govern ut the Mrs. Mary Govern home. Sam Winchell has been sick with a cold several days. Mrs. Oran Hudson has been ill since Sunday evening. Mrs. Chas. Deibler spent Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Oran Hudson. Mrs. S. M. Peterjon and Mrs. Alfred Godfrdeson visited Monday with Mrs. Geo. Lanning. Mr. and Mr*. Chas. Egel and two sons, Paul and Stanley, spent Sunday with the Martin Beckers. Mrs. Garnie Hood and Mrs. Martin Becker were callers on Mrs. Ray McWhorter last Friday afternoon. Miss Vera Carlson, teacher in district No. 2 is presenting a program and basket social Monday, Nov. 22. Twelve ladies gathered at the Sam Winchell home Nov. 10 and enjoyed a birthday party honoring Mrs. E. B. Dittmer. lona Godfredson visited her cousin, Mrs. Howard Janvrin, at Hawarden, from last Thursday until Tuesday of this week. A farm bureau membership drive was made in Portland Monday conducted by Mr. Stainbrook, Goodell, Dueher, Bradley and Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Aage Hansen are the parents of a fine baby boy, born Monday night, making the fifth child and the third boy in the family. Lawrence Scuultz has been picking corn for several days at the Herman Groen farm. Avery Fitch is also there assisting with the corn picking. Mrs. Wayne Keith and Mrs. Ray tylcWhorter attended a benefit bridge party for the Plum Creek club held at the home of Mrs. Harry Bode, Tuesday. The Dell Fitchs spent Wednesday evening at the Ranriey Putz'g and Thursday evening at the Albert Baas home. The time was spent both evenings in games of five hundred. Mrs. Peter Godfredson. Mrs. Alfred Godfredson und Mrs. Clifford Ringsdorf were hostess* at the tatter's home last week Saturday a*, a shower for the former Ella Woltz, Mrs. Vera Shipler. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larsen, Mrs. Harold Nelson and baby, of Waterloo, visited over Sunday ut the Geo. Laraen and S. M. Peterson homes. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Larsen, Waterloo, were also here from Waterloo visiting the Larscas and Stanley Keiths. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebe cnU-r- tuined ut dinner Sunday, M'r. ind Mrs. Ernest Votteler and -sons, Robert. Ervin, Dtlond and Vincent, Mr and Mrs. Arnold Hautelmaii, Mr and Mrs. Curl Beck, Sally Buuk- emu and Ervin Gremmels. Observe Holiday With Parties and Visits at LuVerne LuVerne: Mrs. Chas. Wolf entertained at three tables of bridge at her home last Thursday evening. Mrs. Cecil Williams won the high score, Mrs. Arthur Ramus, chair prize and Mrs. John Phillips, travel prize. Visit at Meyers The falter Vehslages of Cantril and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Vehslage came Friday to the Dr. H. D. Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Vehslage have been at the home of their son at Cantril the past three months. The entire group including the Meyers, went to Waterloo to spend Thanksgiving at the Earl Richeson home. Good Will Club The Good Will club met with Mrs., Chas. Hinz Thursday afternoon. Fifteen members and two guests were present. Mrs. Carl Swanson presided at the business meeting when plans were made to have their annual oyster supper usually held In February on December 3, instead. Mrs. Swanson was assistant hostess. Ladles Net $93 The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid held a successful bazaar and supper at the city hall Saturday afternoon and evening. About ITS were served at the supper and the ladies realized $92.00. Not all of their fancy work was sold. Mrs. Wm. Miller spent the week end at Goldfield with Mrs. Lena Blatti. Lena Warmbier and Mrs. Minnie Fechner spent Friday with friends in Algona. Miss Gertrude Duffy, Emmetsburg, has been visiting at the John Jacksons. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Hoepner, Jr. and son. and Lawrence Oberhelman left Tuseday morning for Bloomington, III. Gerald Rapp went to Mitchell, S. D., Monday. He has been employed by Fred Merkle. Mrs. Fred Merkle is his cousin. John Ruger, Jr., Chas. Kwallek and Chas. Kollasch left Monday for Los Angeles to complete their diesel training. Willard Sanfnrd, Robert Smith, Evan Lichty, Lloyd Stoddard, Jack and Harroli Burtis arc at home now after having worked at the DeKalb Hybrid Seed Corn plant at Humboldt the past month or more. Mrs. Kate Barton was called to Osceola Sunday by the serious illness of her son-in-law, Edward McPherson. The McPhersons have been in New Mexico, in the interests of his health but came back to Iowa recently when the climate did not seem to help his condition. 200 AT FARM MEETING, LAKOTA Quartette Sings, Lunch Served After Meeting on Sunday Lnkota: The service sponsored by the farm burenti in the Presbyterian church Sundny evening \v:is well nttCirtJd, nbout 200 belnsj present. Chas. Rpgerth, chnirmnn of Ledynrd township, presided. P. L. Stniidroof of Forest City, resjkvril organizer and director, gnve the main address of the evening. The Rev. Hammer and Rev. Fterkin? assisted in the service. The farm bureau quartette consisting of Jerry Heetland. Jerry Ukena and the two Wallertine boys with Mrs. Wallentlne and Gertrude Wortman furnished the music. After the meeting the women served cake and coffee ot the crowd in the church dining room. Paying Visit to St. Benedict Kin St. Benedict: Sister Radigundis, sister of Mrs. Gregory Studer, is spending a few days visiting about the territory calling on all her nieces and nephews of the Ludwigs nnd Studers. There wns a gathering of several families at the Greg, Studer home for Sundny dinner and at the Jack Ludwig home for the Sunday evening guests. 1300 at Party The second card party was very well attended Monday evening and a very delicious lunch was served to about 130 people. Prizes were awarded as follows: bridge—Tom McMahon, Wesley, and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer;, five hundred—Mrs. John Roskopf, ladies; for men, no one seemed to know him and he seemed so elated over his winning he departed before any one could find out his name. Vernon Dailey won door prize. Mr. and Mrs. August Fehr returned from Mt. Carmel, Monday afternoon. Louise Huschka spent all day Monday in Algoan having dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. Will Arndorfer were Sunday evening guests at the Ben Door home. Miss Wilma Arend accompanied Irene Fasbender to Stacyville to visit for some time. Littl/; Tony Downs is not in very good health. They had to have a tooth treated for him. RosJee Door returned home from Mason City for her Thanksgiving vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter J^U'hter and son, Jackie, and Miss Lorraine Arndorfer visited at the John Arndorfer home, Sunday. Jack Ludwig had the misfortune to lose six head of valuable cattle, one or more being fullbloods by a straw pile falling on them. Colleen Hood arrived home on Wednesday evening to spend her Thanksgiving vacation. She will visit until Monday with home folks. Mrs. John Grandgennet returned home from Carroll Saturday. Her mother is still living but has not been taking any food for nearly three weeks and scarcely recognizes any one. 200 at First St. Joe Party Of Fall Season St. Joe: The card party in St. Joseph's hall Sunday evening was well attended. Bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Jack Jackson of LuVerne and Chris Gales. In five hundred, Mrs. John Thul and Adam Kramer received prizes. Marjorle Kramer received door prize. Mrs. John Frelinger and her circle served a delicious lunch to 200 guests. Viola KJein left Saturday for Wheaton, 111., where she will join her sister, Eleanor. Pearl Reding spent from Thursday until Sunday evening at the Jim Reding home in Algona. Susie Naber enjoyed a visit from her cousin, Rev. Father Michael Rces of Chicago, Wednesday. Alvin Klein who works at the Math Beckers near Burt, spent Sunday with relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Herlev Ncllsen of near Bradgate were Sunday visitors at the William Hammer home. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire and sons, William. Donald and Leonard spent Saturday at the John Berning home at Sibley. Adolph Fuhrmann was suffering with infection in his hand the past week. Alfred Faber is attending to the farm duties. Orville Wagner accompanied Nick Reding and son, Cletus from Whittemore and Jim Reding from Algona to Sioux City on business Monday. Rev. Father Theobald attended the funeral of the Rev. E. A. Dunn, pastor of the Assumption Catholic church at Emmetsburg Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and daughter, Mrs. Lucy Wagner and son, Nicholas were Wednesday evening visitors at the Nick Reding home near Whittemore. Betty Klein is visiting with relatives here before returning to her home in Watkins, Minn., after spending the summer at the Math Becker home nenr Burt. Mr. and Mrs. George Wngner entertained Mr. Wagner's mother. JVfra. Lucy Ufagner and his brothers and sisters and their families nnd Adeline Erpclding to dinner Sunday in their home north of St. Joe. Musical Recital Held at St. Joe St Joe: A musical reeitnl wns given Friday afternoon by St. Joseph's parochial school. Tile program included: "Forget-me-nots", Bernlce Stnttllcmnnn. nnd Vcronn I Kayser; "Indians nre Coming", I Leonard McGuire; Soiisn's "F.I I Captain March." Martha Hcrkcr j and Mary Fnbcr; "Little Hoy Blue", i Eidon Altmnn; "Tinldins Bells." i Betty nnd Helen Bormnnn; "Under the Double K:igle." August nml Harold Herman; "Follow tiio Lead- , er," Mary June Origer and Kntli- I erinc Klrsch; "Mitzi Kntzi-hen," , Piano II, Helen and Martha Becn- er, Piano I. Mary Faber :iml Ritn Thnl; "Humoresfiuo." August Bertc; "Old World Village", travelers' song. Martha Thilges: "The Happy Farmer." Donald and Leonard McGuire; Brahms "Lullaby", and "The Cuckoo Clock." girls' chorus. Mozart's "Magic Melody," Helen Bormann; "The Drum Major". Helen Becker; "Lightly Row". Darwin Hammer, Robert Cunningham nnd Alfred Zellcr; "The Popcorn Man", Donald McGuire; Beethoven's "Minuet", Marlhn Becker; "Purple Pnn- sies", Herman Faber; "Grnndpnjs Farm", Robert Kirsch; "Dance of the Buterflies". Martha Becker nnd Bernice Mertz; "Italian Harp Boy". Rita Thul; "Salute to the Colors." Pianos I and II; "Light at Eventide", string ensemble; "Barcarolle" chorus. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Votteler entertained at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kueckcr and her daughter, Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sclms and daughter, Shirley and Mrs. Mary Miller. 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe town sedan 1936 Chevrolet Standard Coach 1935 Master Chevrolet Sedan Two 1935 Chevrolet Sandard Coaches 1934 Chevrolet Master Coach Two 1935 Ford V8 Coaches Several cheap jobs—Chevrolet* and Fords from lf)2!) to 19:?2 models. No reasonable offer turned down. Check with us for price on mechanical work. We Trade Easy Terms Kossuth Motor Co. Phone 200 Algona, Iowa 40 at Busy Bee Party, Good Hope Good Hope: About 40 wives and husbands of the Busy Bee club participated in their annual parly at Good Hope Community .Hoom on Friday evening, Nov. 19. A committee from the club arranged the tasteful decorations of the tables and the placing of the pla>:u curds. A committee from the Laiiieu' Aid consisting of Mtadam.es Ell el Smith Irma Harvey and Myrtle Rutk-dge were responsible for the serving of the banquet dinner. These were assisted by R. A. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Reid, Mr. und Mrs. T. A. Reid, Mrs. Will Rath. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reid. Mr. and Mrs. Orvillt Gardner, Mr». Allen Wood, Martha Mad.son am\ Stephen Tjaden. Following dinner an enlertuining program ol musical numbers und u short play was presented by members and 1 young people from the Busy Bee I group. Union Twp. Club Entertained Nov. 18 At Kickers' Farm Union: A very enthusiastic group of the Union Mothers and Daughters club members and husbands and children with a group of neighbors spent a very enjoyable evening last Thursday, Nov. 18th at the Rickers Bros, home with Joe and Will Ricker and Mrs. Laura Hohenstein, their sister, as hosts and hostesses. Ninety persons attended. Decorations were in keeping with harvest time. A program was given with Mrs. Louis Bode presiding. "Shine on Harvest Moon" was sung by the guests with Frances Winkel at the piano. "Waitin 1 in the Shadows" was sung by Evelyn Eischeid with Mary Geraldine McEvoy accompanist. A duet, "The Old Spining Wheel." was whistled and sung by Esther Will and William Kohl with u victrola accompaniment. Miss Ellen Steussy, their teacher, assisted. A talk on his recent experiences in Europe was given by August Huenhold of Algona. A playlet, "Clothesline Gossip," was characterized by Mary Bliley and Mary Geraldine McEvoy of Algona and Robert Bode. Song, "Red River Valley" was sung by Gerald Romstad. A dialogue, "Thansgiving" was acted by James Harvey and Ralph Taylor. Song, "That Little Boy of Mine" by Esther Will with victrola accompaniment and an encore "Little Old Lady", accompanied by France* Winkel on the piano. William Kohl furnished two numbers on his harmonica. Song by the guests, "Home, Sweet Home" concluded the program. Mrs. Frank Thompson furnished two piano numbers by request. The menu committee consisted of Irma Harvey as chairwoman assisted by Ethel Smith, und Rena Cruikshank, also Bob Hiirvey. who t'cservett much credit for assisting the ladies in serving. Other committees were: Reception. Fninci.s Gould. Maine Winkel; program. Marie Bode and Bertha Sarchut. The banquet Deo. 2 will be tiie next club get together, the place of meeting to be announced luter. Committees in charge of the banqurt: reception. Minniu Sarchett and Cora Bacon; program. Julia Taylor and Louise Romstad; menu. Ada HoJius and Cora Reid; decorating. Veda McArthur and Norma Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. McNutt we visitors last week ut the K. Thompson home. Mrs. Cora Bacon .spent a fVvv d;i ut the home of her daughter. Mrs. W. Nelson of Lone Koek. She r turned la-,t Thursday evening. Mrs. Laura Hulienstein has be having the liu. Her sister. 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