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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 10,1934 FENTONGIRLIS BRIDE OF BODE NAN ON SUNDAY Young Couple to Live in Bode; Bridal Dinner Follows Ceremony Fenton: At the St. John's Lutheran church Sunday afternoon at two o'clock occurred the marriage of Lucille Zumach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach of this place and Floyd Tor- person, son of Mr. and Mrs. OVe Torgerson of Bode. The Rev. R. W. Ka- belltz performed the single ring ceremony- Trie bride's dress was floor length, ping flat crepe. She wore a veil and carried pink roses. Her cousin, Ella Zumach of Algona was bridesmaid and wore a rose flat crepe dress of ankle length and carried pink roses and white carnations. Justin Torgerson, brother of the bridegroom attended nun. The bridegroom's twin cousins, Marvis and Mavis Torgerson were Week End Specials }A r I^f V 1 ti r IVV Cake Flour, 91 r Robb-Ross, pkg fcilv Mustard, Dutch style, 15 oz. Jar M. L. Sliced Beets 1A r NO. 216 can IVv Pork and Beans, M. L., No. 2% -an ... Coffee, Council Oak, pound Sum-R-Aid Sc bottle makes >/, gallon Z3c bottle makes 4 gallon. Grapenuts Flakes per pkg JellO asst. flavors, pkg Post Bran Flakes per pkg Kre-Mel, asst. flavors, 6 pkgs Peanut Butter, Superb, 24 oz. jar Bird Seed, French's, pkg Palmolive Soap, 3 cakes Soap, Crystal W. 6 big bars Super Suds, 2 pkgs. Prunes, OC No. 10 can «KJC Bologna, C per ring «/V Bacon Squares 11. perlb UL 9c 5c 9c 19c flower girls. They were dressed in pink organdy and carried baskets of pink and white flowers. R. H. Rehmer, the church organist, played the wedding march from Lohengrin. A wedding dinner was served to the immediate relatives of both families at the bride's home at 5:30. The bride was graduated from the local high school and later attended Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Palls. The briedgroom was graduated from the Bode high school and studied electrical engineering at a Chicago school before he took tip the barber trade. They will go to housekeeping at once in Bode where Mr. Torgerson Is in the barber business. Mrs. L. J. Olson of Spencer is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Ruske and family. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Schmidt and son Forrest, of Buffalo Center visited or. Sunday at the W. R. Wolfe home. Arthur Hengei went to Des Moines last week Monday for a visit with his sister. Mrs, R. F. Rominger and husband. The local town baseball team played Whittemore's town team there on Sunday afternoon, meeting defeat with the score of 10 to 7. Wm. Donahue, Sr., is confined to his bed with a broken leg. The fracture is In the ankle and will have to remain in a cast for six weeks. Mrs. O. H. Graham was a. guest of the Woman's club at Burt last, week Monday night. She gave a book review on "Life Begins at Forty." A subdistriet Epworth League rally was held last week Monday night at Swea Cifiy. A representation of 24 members attended from Fenton. The Standard Bearers held their an- anual thankoffering service in the M. E. church Sunday evening. A sacred drama was given with musical numbers. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schmidt last week Tuesday. She was named Wllma May. Mrs. Schmidt's mother, Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, is caring for her. "The Man In the Moon." three act' comedy, was presented by the high school seniors at the opera house on Thursday and Friday nights to large crowds. Mr. and Mrs. Mfertin Holland off Laurens and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Sand- ftoe and sons. Leonard and Ingval of Ringsted spent Sunday nt the Samuel Skare home. Mrs. A. A. Bishop, a district officer, Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. a former Fenton resident and a Mrs. Long, all of Algona. were guests of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society last Thursday. Gertrude Johnson of New Hartford visited last week at the A. J. Kennedy, Dennis H-endricfcon and Jacob Kramer homes. Miss Johnson is a niece of Mrs. Kennedy and a cousin of Mrs. Hendrickson. Mrs. Chris Widdel, who has been ill for several months with pernicious anemia, parsed away at her home early Monday morning of this week. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist church. i Arthur Kuecker, a former Fenton high school graduate, now a student of dairy Industry at Ames and the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kuecker, local buttermakier and wife, was among the outstanding students selected by the college and Velshea central committee to receive an Invitation to attend the Velshea, a three day all college celebration May 10, 11, 12, which Includes sports, exhibits, carnivals, social activities and plays given chiefly for outside visitors. The Man About Town Says With the compliment of Irving Urch the. Man About Town enjoyed eating a ripe banana which was of the enormous size of three inches long and about the roundness of a pencil. This may make a lunch for Irving but hereafter contributions in the food line must have quantity to be appreciated. • • • Last week Khis column had a story about a high school lad who drove his car without lights and for punishment he was obliged to read the law relating to the same aloud before the mayor and out of the mayor's law book. It looks as though that same book will have to come out again. The mayor drove right through the business district of State street Monday night WITHOUT lights. • • • Dolpb Raney had a bat. Then be didn't have one. One of Dolph's friends thought Jt warm enough for him to go without a hat so willingly carried it to the street and placed it in Dolph's car. Later on when he looked for it the hat was gone and so was the car. By some misunderstanding the hat was placed in a strange car and not Mr. Raney's as was expected. Dolph is still looking. • * • What do yon think of this? An AI- jona lady decided for her husband in the matter of a fishing party. He had planned to go to northern Minnesota next week with such fellows as Ed Hist, Herman Hauberg. John Beiser. Bert Deal, Harry Holmes. Lionel Hovey, and other representative business men. including Charlie LaBarre and Archie Michel. The wife thought it over carefully and found this party too WALTER H. SMITH, 76, BURT PIONEER PASSES AFTER ILLNESS OF 4 DAYS Had Lived on Farm for Past 69 Years; Nine Children Survive Burt: Walter H. Smith died here at his home last Wednesday evening. Mr. Smith has been ill with heart trouble for two years. He was only bedfast the last four days. Mr. Smith came here with his parents from Dane county, WIs at the age of 7 years and has lived in Burt and on a farm near here all his life. He was 78 years old last Sept. He was united in marriage Dec. 9, 1888 to Grace Cteary. Nine children were born to them, Mrs. Emma Leek of Ar- n«gard, N. Di. Fl|>yd Danoan, Henry, Ray, Harold, Mrs. Emll Peirson, Mrs. Tom Trenary, all of Burt, Mrs. Fred Laabs of Lakota and Mrs. Leila Sperry of Carlos, Minn. H« also leaves 18 grandchildren and one sister. Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church Friday afternoon. Mrs. Leek of Dakota and Mrs. Fred Laabs were unable to attend the funeral. The latter family are suarantined for the small pox. rough for her husband. you think? Still, what do ? Little Bonnie Phillips, a student at Junior high. Is a skilled artist in fishing. Sunday afternoon she caught the limit of bullheads at Lost Island. One of the poor fish who probably was not as hungry as the rest was landed by Bonnie with the hook imbedded in its tail, a novel way of fishing even an old timer. for Bud Merrifleld is an ambitious worker, especially on Sundays. Early in the morning he spadded a flower bvcl for his wife. Then he tool; tho lawnmower from its winter qunrler.s and pr-rparcd it for use. He wai'ed for all his neighbors to attend church bc- foro the lawn operation bopnn left ho Clam Flay Friday The senior class play will be given May 7th at the Belton theatre. This is a three act play entitled "Beads on a String." The cast of characters includes Benny Davis, Richard B^ayjoru Zezzalee Davis. Richard Brayton; J. H. Davis, Joseph Graham; Benjamin Davis, Raymond Carter; Harold Beem, Edward Stewart; Ab Dinkier, Darrell Riddle; Mrs. J. H. Davis, Sarah Schroeder; Molly Mallerton. Ruth Beite; Jeannette Blue. Peart Woltz; Cleopatra O. Johnson, Dorothy Dickmeyer. Woman's Club Breakfast The Woman's club held their May Breakfast at the home of Mrs. K. J. Smith Saturday morning. A Mothers' Day program was given consisting of a musical reading by Mrs. W. T. Peters, and a pacer "World's Most Famous Mother" by Mrs. Donald Weir. Mrs. F. E. Rubcy was ekcted president of the club for the year. P. T. A. Merting The last meeting of the parent teachers association will be held Thursday evening. Officers will be elected for next year at the mooting. The follow- ng program will also be given: talk by Miss Hazel Thomas of Belmond; a talk or. "Respect for Laws" by F. E. Rubey; music by junior high string quartette make too much noise. Watching care- | and a cello solo by Betty Walker. An full to see they hart gone he started Iowa Safety Week May 6 to 12 CAN YOU BRAKE ADJUSTMEN1 $ on ELECTRIC BRAKE MACHINE ALL CARS This includes removing fornt wheeds, cleaning and repacking with the right kind of grease. TEN DAY SPECIAL 1. Wash and Polish Car 2. Flush Radiator 3. Clean and Adjust Spark Plugs 4. Set Generator 5. Test Battery $4.50 Value all for $2.98 mowing and th-? first round out an irate neighbor. Not irate because of the noise, but he had stayed homo from church to do the same thing a.s Bud was doing. • * • A fellow, with a lot of friends (so hr thought), was passing out free mints of an inferior brand. Up spoke Will Gtlbride with some round logic. Sftid Bill, "Say, If you've got any friends and want to keep them, don't t*iv<? those things." After the fellow's back was turned — hi, friends— rtl^csrded t!,e mints. Bobbed—Now 111 Burt: Samuel Trenary has been ill since last Saturday at the home of his son. Tom. Mr. Trenary was robbed of 165 one day last week by gypsies at the farm home of his son. IN Till: IilSTfUCT OiriJT <)K l.iWA IN AMi Kent KOSSL'TIt OK'.NTV .ll'NI-: Ti:i:M. ]!I:M M»-r roopliian I,{f»- In.iuran.-.- ' 'ninpaiiy if HIP I'ny of NVw York, u . m |iui ;il Ion. I'luJnlJIT. - -- V H II I. CJImnrc :iinl Kall.urlfjr <;illii»ri>. MlNliallil ami Will', l.nlli-l-i' HI-.«H|I I . lll'l- n Kiiini/.; In in, tli v Knu. I/. Kmilv •'rant/.; ,1,1(111 V. 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I., .•li:.)liiri n lu i;tk< , 'i M..II- i-i.il iin.i Kr-lll-lul ll['l"'illt- .IK*- an<l ,n u,l.-. f. n-i i. i.i. 11 1.. inui N-<tifU p. tlllu i,f U.c Of i-ui. iial UJiit-M* y,»u il l.J d.'I.-ll.l Oil ,,I ulM iJay .,f lh.- p,c ,,Uit. Whicll Will i,, for. I.< t .lulu- 1,- tiU;ili>-IHf , I, t l'li-r. >j iiB (jIUV l tl.at tin..- tin l.t- it .H.l a IHj (ItLTc- ! in p.ii-1 Klll'oli. i "•ill Will UvU-Mllil llhll, Vki.ll-t: tin- ,),-f, lMi.,111 Jljj ll.-illlll !(,!! flolli fctLflft'^ i^a'...'.I"I:T 1 TM()4iI->iON ur.,1 TIN .\iiri-UKi-L. ».-»s-s 4. i:\-t: -K • : .' .i.-,.,., . f, . ,,, Mrs. H. W. Trainer was operated on for mastoids Monday. H. L. Micha of Lone Rock has rented lie Joe Heanry house. Mrs. P. F. Kriethe and daughter. Eugenia, drove to Des Moines Saturday. The littl" son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Buttrrneld had his tonsils removed on Monday. Paul Bleratedt, 7 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Biersfccdt, Is ill with pneumonia. Mrs. J. H. Graham returned horn? Tuesday from Webster City where she visited relatives. George Manas spent Sunday here with his parents. George is now stationed at D:s Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bucll, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith drove to Mason City Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ladendorf drove to Swan and Tuttk- Lakes Sunday where they spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roba and their children of Lakota spent Sunday at the Clifford Holding home. Mi-, and Mrs. H. A. Thompson and daughters were dinner guests of Mrs. Gertrude Thompson Sunday. Marie Godden. daughter of Mr. and Urs. Bert Godden, ts ill with pneumon- a at the Lewis Larsen home. Cecil Godfredson was operated on or appendicitis Saturday. He is gctt- ng along nicely at this time. Charles Coffin Is expected home this week from Iowa city where he has been at the hospital for medical treatment. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Boettcher Is still Ul with penumonia. IWi Leona Bierstedt Is caring for him. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schrader drove to EJmore Sunday to visit Mrs. Schra- tier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith Mrs. C. B. Chipman and Mr.s. C B. Miichtll attended the Aid society meeting last Thursday at trie home of Mr-v Jim Knoll. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hawcott of Algona spent Sunday here with his mother. Mrs. Hawccttt has been ill wi'.h ht-art trouble. Word was received by Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Coffin lau week stating that their t>on, Maurice was ill at a hospital at Lenox, Iowa. Joan Mann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mann, wits operated on lor mas- told Sunday. Mrs. Oscar Blanchard is taking carr of her. Miss Edna Spi-rring, who has been working at the C. E. Moore home, is ill with the measles, and has gorw to her home ul Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore accompanied Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Schmidt of Corwith to Swan Lake Sunday wrier-: they spent the day fishing. Ed Welske was laid up several dayj last week and unable to work at the creamery. Myron Chjpinan assisted Mr. Ru;tman in the creamery. Mr. and Mr.s. Elmer Schatfer ar.d their daughter, Harry Helga&on and Mrs. Jeoii.faOn of Armstrong were guests Sunday at the C. B. Chipman home. Mrs. Leila Spcrry and little son of CitrlCii, Mian., aIX- vu>i:ing relatives l.ere. Mrs. Sperry came last week to attend tht- Iuitr<a of her father, W. H. Smith. Lyla Olson, who us ill with pneu- Jjiouiii is ujiprovauK at this tune. Mrs. Oi,car Blanchard who cared lor her for a few day^, returned to her home on Saturday. A baby boy wiu> born to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Moore Saturday night. Mlii Hel- fcii Schwa-ten is the nurse. Mrs. An- ii«i Ajnbro£4; i^> tUso ii^>istir.ig ut uh(? Moore home. Mm. Chrlstopiicr McWborter was a «cck tud gucit at i:it L. D. Hodgson home Sunday Mrs. McWhottr faui been vkaticg the Ctariei Paj-kcr ia«a- ily at Lovtll, Wy. Mrs. Kffie Evidge ul Calendar, Mr. and Mrs. Eflrl Ewen of jeffers, Minn., spent Sunday at the C. B. Chipman home. Mrs. Elvldge was going home with Mr. and Mrs. Ewen for a visit. The Ladies' Aid met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C. H. Schrader. A birthday shower was given Mrs. C. B. Mitchell in honor of her birthday. A short Mothers' Day program was also given. Mrs. W. A. Barnes and two daughters returned to their home at Aber- den, South Dakota, Monday after spending several days at the home of Rev. and Mrs. 8. H. Aten. Mrs. Barnes Is a sister of Mrs. Aten. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Peirson and two children, Harold smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and children. Mrs. Leila Sperry and son, Mrs. Trenary and children spent Sunday at the Floyd Duncan home. Ledyard Host* to M. E. Brotherhood Ledyard: On next Monday evening the Methodist Brotherhood of Algona district will be entertained at Ledyard. The Ladies Aid will serve supper at 7 o'clock and this will be followed by a splendid program. The high school band will play, the boys' quartette will sing and the speaker will be the Congregational minister from Algona, Rev. Htoerner. Agatha Keller, a Bride, Tuesday, in a Pretty Ceremony Ledyard: On last Tuesday mornin? a pretty wedding ceremony took place In the Sacred Heart church when. Miss Elizabeth Keller, daughter of Mrs. Aggatha Keller, was united in marriage to Edwin Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Davis of Glvcns, Iowa. Her. Father Sturm read the wedding ceremony. The bride was attired in a white satin gown with a net veil and carried white calla lilies. The groom was attired in oxford grey. They were attended by Miss Kathryn Brannen and John Keller, a brother of the bride. The bridesmaid wore Copenhagen blue with white accessories. The bride is a graduate of Ledyard •Ugh school and Mercy hospital in Des Koines and for the past several years has been practicing as a registered nurse. The groom is a mortician and :s an assistant at the F. 8. Stuart fun- ?rai home In Leon. They left, at once for Leon where they will make their lome. The best wishes of the community go with them. L. C. Strand is now driving a Shell oil truck for this vicinity. Mrs. Glenn Yahnke and Mrs. D. B. Mayer were Bancroft callers last Tuesday. Edward Halverson was seriously ill several days this t>Bst week with acute ndigestion. The creamery patrons have been in- crea.sed from 55 to 104 in the past everal weeks. Walter Ruhnkc of Eldora visited this jast week at the home of his sister, Hr.s. Martha Gable. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garry and children and Lawrence Flynn were Intertak- en visitors Sunday. Mrs. Edward Halverson was called to Frost, Minn., last week TiK-sday by the illness of her mother. Mrs. P. W. Reece, Lumctta and Claud and Mrs. Ed Reece and Omar were Alj gona shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Gable and Mrs. Jasper Smith drove to Des Moines on Friday to visit relatives. Evelyn Anderson, who is employed In a telephone office in Chicago, came home Sunday for a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jensen of Rock Rapids came Friday to visit Sunday afternoon at the Earl Jenks home in Blue Earth. On last Tuesday evening the Community club met In th« Woodman hall where they held a business meeting followed by a card party. Charles Bashara drove to Fort Dodge Sunday after Mrs. Bashara and Beverly Jean, who have been visiting relatives there since last Tuesday. On next Sunday evening, May 13, the baccalaureate service will be held in the high school assembly at 8 o'clock. Rev. F. O. Johnson will deliver the sermon. On last Tuesday evening about 40 frend.s of Mrs. Jessalyn Weinberger and Mrs. Minnie Galagan gathered at th» Wm. Green home In a farewell surprise party for them. Games and contests occupied the evening, and the honor guests were presented with a lovely clock. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Wm. Green, Mrs. George Moulton and Mrs. George Thompson. Mrs. Weinberger and Mrs. Gallagan left Monday for Salem, South Dakota, where Mr. Weinberger has a home ready for them. Mrs. Julia Brace Beturns Mrs. Julia F. Brace returned home last week Monday from Minneapolis, where she had spent the winter at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred L. IJoty. Mrs. Brace is 88 years of age, but time has re*t*d gently on her shoulders and ihe appears many years younger. She is in good health and expects to spend the summer in her own home here. STORY OF Th.BIGGEI|a«dBETTER WORLD'S FAIR D«JO i wui— >«od (or ii cod*?) Cx»auioj iuai (be io/ufffluiua you waa»bau( ihc 1934 WutU'i Fail- All cbc oew fc«iure4 described • od illusuktcd ... ftod wiiAi & iol ttt otw thing* ti>c/« mftl £*ca £tuup« h«s come u> Ouca^o — UiUtiuJUy ccprudut-cd. Wh«i k«ca ioy ic prumiso, wh&t wo&dcl* (uli cutuuiomcod But jtci your fir at (cocrous "kftiuplc' (rum Uii& bcftulilul booklet. Also couuiuj doubic - pa«c m«p sLu^iujc bow u> ftet u> dbc ur «iu»ctiua» »od ldibfi. Il'»/r** — coupoa. K. *J bo ' 400 W. Plc«»c ua3 me, without eon or obl**»- tioo your boot lei "A Ccarury of Pro*res» fcxpusitiuu." I , Al»o ktud iufuffxtftiioa about low con, lu* 5 day To Nimc iij ........... Sou ............ Have you tried our Thrifty WMh.~ Klrschs Laundry. Phone 367. *8-u DANCING Thursday, May 10 Vern Winters Band. Saturday, Thursday, May 12 and 17 "The New Yorkers" SURF BALLROOM Clear Lake, Iowa "For Service" WE CLEAN THEM LIKE fear Our rug cleaning department is newly equipped to take care of your cleaning needs in the most satisfactory manner. Send us your curtains, drapes, tapestries, blankets, etc., to be cleaned when you do your spring cleaning. When putting winter things away, remember our Berlou mothproofing process. We are agents for the Cownie Fur Co., Cold Storage, Repairing, New Furs. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 Algona, Iowa. "LiWy of the Valley" Ensemble There's More Than Style in These Fine Rings Kings of the finest—fashioned by master craftsmen, decorated with flashing diamonds! These are the tempting inducements to bring you to this fine store for your Bridal Ensemble. Fashion insists upon matching rings and in this superb "Lily of the Valley" design, matching is near perfection. Either ring may be obtained sep- ;i?-ately —the other at your pleasure Your personal examination is cordiallv invited. WEHLER'S JEWELRY STORE Diamonds, Watches, Silveware Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing. ALGONA, IOWA. GOOD VALUES at ZENDER & CALDWELL'S Catalogues, Chains and Canvassers! may proini.se, that do to mass buying or machine production, they are able to sell you a respectable suit for $12 and $14, but they either don't know clothing or they don't know you. We do not think the people of Algona want "Slap Bang" qualities, that part of the population we know are men of taste, refinement, seekers of good, qualities and finders of it here. Our spring suits start at 16.50 but finish with satisfaction. You can depend on Zerider & Caldwell for good clothing. 16.50 18.50 22.50 24.50 29.50 Zender & Caldwell GOOD CLOTHES Algoiia, Iowa.

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