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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 31, 1934 MARY FAIRBANKS OF BUT IS BRIDE IN PRETTY HOME WEDDING, SUNDAY Weds aKnawha Man; Will Live in Pomeroy After • Brief Honeymoon Hurt: A pretty home wedding took place Sunday at the O. U. Fairbanks home when their only daughter, Mary was married to Alvln Rasmussen of Kanawha. The bride was dressed In a cream crepe silk dress and the groom wore a dark sutt. Miss Wllma Slaughter, who was bridesmaid, wore a rose- colored crepe dress and the bridegroom, Mr. Srlckson, wore a dark suit. The ring ceremony was performed by Rev. C. B. Mitchell and took p?ace beneath an arch which was beautifully decorated with wisteria and pink peonies. Those who attended were rear relatives and a few friends. Eight young ladles from Fort. Dodge who are employed in the office where Miss Fairbanks worked for a number of yrars were present. A two course luncheon •was served. The waitresses were Misses Ivy Trunkhlll, B-eulah Larson and Hann'abelle Glddings. After the wedding they left for Pomeroy and Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Rasmussen will go to housekeeping at Pomeroy where he operates a creamery. They received many beautiful gifts. Friends here extend their best, couple. wishes to the young Memorial Services Memorial services were held at the Presbyterian church Wednesday morn- Ing. Rev. Arthur Huescr, pastor of the Algona Baptist church, delivered a fine address. Mrs. E. C. Hammer sang a solo. A song was sung By the girls' I Week End Specials Coffee per pound Superb Oats, large pkg Dill Pickles, quart Jar Blackberries, No. 10 can Post Toasties or Kellogg's Corn Flakes 91 r 2 Ige. pkgs £fl\> Sum-R-Aid 4 ounce 23c Yi ounce 5c Fruite-Gel, asst. flavors, pkg. .. La France, dune pkg Satina, per pkg Tomatoes, O r No. 2 can *'*» Green Beans, No. 2 can Pork & Beans, large can White Loaf Flour 1 01 49 Ib. bat? 1.O1 Beans, mealy, 3 pounds Oatmeal, bulk, 7 pounds Salmon, 2 tall caas Marshmallows, 1 lb. bag trio, Vera Chlpman, Lois Graham and Dorothy Brooke. A number of the boys quartet consisting of Dick Brayton, Joseph Graham, Richard Chlp- man and Darrell Riddle completed the program. After the program they all marched to the cemetery where graves were decorated. School Vtcalc Enjoyed The school picnic was attended by a large crowd and everyone enjoyed a day of good sports. There were three baseball games and other sports. A cafeteria dinner was served at noon. A short talk was given after dinner by Senator G. W. Patterson and the two ball games in the afternoon finished a day of clean sports which was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Charles Mann has been 111 for several days this week. Mrs. Matilda Ward spent Thursday night with Mrs. Will Ringsdorf. Mrs. H. W. Trainer Is now able to sit up a pnrt of the time following her serious illness. LaVonno nnd .Toa.n Grist, are visiting their grandmother. Mr.s. Dundas near Swea City. Vernon Schmidt of Corwi'h spent last week hero with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. Wanda Lee Mann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mann, had her tonsils removed one day last week. Lois, the eleven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrrnz was operated on Saturday for mastold. Miss Ruth Hodgson and her Sunday School class of girls enjoyed a party at the home of lona Godfredsen. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawk and their children of Spirit Lake spent Friday here at the Ed Marlow home. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hammerstrum spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Hammerstrum's brother at Graettinger. Mrs. B. H. Marlow and son. Milton, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Miles Retz at Strawberry Point several days last and Jimmy left Sunday for Chicago, wlwrc they will attend the fair. Richard accompanied them to Tama, where he remained with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Savage of Coggin, Iowa, spent Thursday night here at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters. Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Savage formerly taught school at Lakota. Miss Viola Bleich daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bleich was married on Friday to Don Cronan of Algona. They were married at the Lutheran parsonage by Rev. N. L. Rlchmann Friday. Mrs. Myrtle Bates and Stanley Engelsen were recently married. They will go to housekeeping at Thompson. Mary Lee Peters celebrated her ninth birthday last Thursday by entertaining 12 of her friends. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow, Mr. and Mrs. Orvllte stow and little son of Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Graham and children and Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Sewlck and daughter, Lucille spent Sunday afternoon at the J. T. Graham home near Algona. Supt. Donald Weir, Condit Bowie and S. J. Fardal accompanied 22 Boy Scouts to Iowa Lake where they enjoyed a week's outing. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. B. Chinman. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDonald. Mrs. Maude Hanna nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. George Hawcott went up to visit the boys They all returned home Tuesday. Miss Clara Schwietrrt ^nnd Mclvln Hunt were married March 23rd nt the parsonage in Sioux Falls. South Dakota. Mifs Schwietert has taught nt Dolliver for several years. After visiting relatives hero nnd with Mr. Hunt's mother at Riceville. they will go to New York where Mr. Hunt, expects to work as a mechanic. 25c 25c 15c Mr. nnd Mrs. All-n Carr visited their nunt. Mrs. Wnd O'Dell of Bancroft Friday. Mrs. O'Dell Is seriously ill following a stroke. Mrs. S. H. Van Vrankin went to Story- City Tuesday where she will visit, relatives nnd attend the graduating exercises of a niece. Mrs. Lambert Roetmnn and Sunday School class of 13 girls drove to Tif- tle Lake Friday where they enjoyed a picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Brnnett Mitchell and children of Buffalo Center spent Sunday here nt the home of Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell. Ethel Mae Aten accompanied Miss Rachel Clapsaddle to Cedar Falls recently where she Is visiting her sister, Miss Irene Aten. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stow nnd little son of Decorah spent Saturday night and Sunday here with Orville's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow. Mrs. G. C. Glddings entertained the Birthday Circle last Thursday. Mrs. J. Andrews, Mrs. Raymond Housour, Mrs Will Ringsdorf and Mrs. Matilda Ward were guests. L. D. Hodgson, who has been ill with pneumonia Is now nble to sit up n part o" th? time. The nur.se. Miss Alma | Madison, returned to her home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding and two sons .'pent Sunday at. the Klmcr Kienitz home at. Lakota Mr.s. Alk-ii ,;ta>ed for a week's visit. Lloyd Sc::enck ilrov-- to MlnneapoVs .Sunday to get his mother. Mrs. S r.lle .Schenck. who will vi it here and at the Horace Hchenol; holm- in TiUm'.u lor .some time. Mr. and Mr.s. M. E. Polhemus drove tn Dolhver recently where they at'end- ed the graduating exercises. Miss J' n- netta An.sinson w;us one of the clcus.s and formerly lived here. WEST BEND CLUB HOLDS MOTHERS' DAY OBSERVATION Mrs. Phil Dorweiler Home Scene of Luncheon and Program, Tuesday West. Bend: The Bay View club held it.s annual Mothers' day meeting at the Mrs. Phil Dorweiler home Tuesday. May 22. A one o'clock luncheon was served at small tables, tastefully decorated in the club colors, pink and white. Each one was presented with a carnation in honor of mother. After lunch the gue.sts were entertained by the committee, Mrs. Jacobs, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Konprtiach and Mrs. Baughman, with the following program: roll call, poems nnd readings on Mother, followed by a prayer on Mothers; Origin of Mothers Day by Mrs. Gerhart; reading, "Mansions" by Irene Mikes; Mother's Creation," by Mrs. Whitford; a play. "Pat Shows the Way," was given by the committee and Mrs. Whitford. l^ caused much merriment nnd they responded to an encore on their song, "We're Growing." This ended the program and the rest of the day was spent in a social way nnd visiting. The club will meet on June 5 with Mrs. Hattie Jacobs. HILBERT-COMBES NUPTIALS BED IN WHITTEMORE,WED. Bridegroom's Uncle Performed Ceremony; Reception Followed Rites Whittemore: Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock at St. Michael's church occurred the wedding of Arnold HUbert and Lorraine combes. Father Pandel, uncle of the bridegroom, performed the ceremony. The bride was dressed In a gray suit with matching accessories. Her bridesmaid, Carmilla Hilbert, wore a green ensemble suit with white accessories. The bridegroom and best man, Michnel Elbert of Algona, wore dark suits. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Combps of Cylinder. The bridegroom is the youngest, son of Mrs. Emma Hilbert. A reception was held at the bridegroom's home immediately after moss to the close relatives of the couple. 12 Academy Graduates Commencement exercises were held Sunday morning at 10 o'clock for the pr/duates of Presentation academy in St. Michael's church. Father Dailey of Fort DOC!BC delivered an inspiring and fitting address for the occasion. A class of 12 were graduated and Father Veit presented the diplomas. The graduates were Annette BestenlehiKr, Rosella Eesch. Urban Elbert, Marcella Cullen, Marjorie Elbert, Francis Farrcll, Vferona Kaschmittcr, James Kclso. Thelma Kollasch, Bernice Ludwig, Catherine Priester and Marguerite Fleming. Diplomas were given to eighteen pupils who completed the eighth grade. EmmeUburg visited Mr .and Mrs. A. Marte at Easton, Minn., last week. The friends here of Mrs. Marte will be sorry to learn that she Is 111. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Boyle, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bolye of Blackfoot, Idaho, visited the past week with Mrs. Catherine O'Brten and family. The men are brothers of Mrs. O'Brien. From here they will visit Mary Alma O'Brien at Oakdale and relatives in Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota. They will also attend the Worlds fair at Chicago. Former Ledyard Hotel Keeper Dies in Minn. Ledyard: Friends here learned this week of the death of T. J. Pan-lab of Wlnnebago, on last week,-Monday. The funeral was held ThursdTy afternoon at his home and all twelve children and many grandchildren were here for the services. The Parrish family lived here for many years and part of that time at the hotel here. Movies Make Big Hit Wednesday evening the Community club sponsored a free movie on the vacant lota by the depot. A very larg-e 1 crowd attended. returned home Sunday. Mrs. Link has visited a week with her parents In Sioux City and Mr. Link attended a convention of the Oliver Implement dealers at Omaha. George Dunn and V. A. Barrett drove to Mankato Tuesday evening to Wring Lloyd Halverson and Edward Looft home. They had gone to purchase a new electric motor for the churn at the creamery and had car trouble. On Friday evening Alethla Brack entertained her Sunday School class at a picnic at Woods Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Tlce Brack and Evelyn Mayne were also guests. Those who attended were: Phyllis Strand, MarJdrie and Jean Gable, Marjorie Mayer, John and Gordon Mateener, Lewis Alver, Jack Beece, Howard Dunn and Joe Dyer. Attended Funeral Mr. and Mr;;. K. J. Smith, Mary Ann WE SELL THE USED CARS Last week we sold $2,000.00 Worth of l T sed Oars—There's a Keasou This Week's Specials on the purchase of Xe\v IMJi Ford V-8's We Took in the Following '32 V-8 deluxe coupe '29 Chevrolet coach 31 Ford deluxe coupe '33 Chevrolet coupe Mr. and Mrs. Wash Harris, Mr. and Mrs. John S:one. Mr. nncl Mrs. B. F. McFarland, Mr. and Mrs Aclolph Mikes. Mrs Frank Mikes. Mrs. J. C. Komis- barh, Mrs. Mae Ki'lly and Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Clark drove to Hflmond on Friday mid attend d the fuiii'nil of I.oi.s Li'liibarh, dausjlilrr of Ilcv. and Mr:;. H. U. Ldnbach. TlK'V were former ri >i- (Irnt,; of this ;iljir<- when Hrv. I,rlnlneli was pastor of tin- 1'r .sbytvriun church. Sr!:ool clo:vd Friday \vith picnic; for all the (jradc;-:. Mr. : . Jacobs attcnf'i'd the funeral of an aunt In E.,Uicrvil!e Thursday. Fiv<l Nuni 1 took a load of cattle to Des Moines Monday for We..-,t IJrrw. ira Lulu Fi.slHT, trained nurse of Omaha. i.s .'pending j.onio time with her mother, Mrs. Emily Fisher. Tlie eighth grade of the parochial jchool t-njoyed a picnic at the Call Stat« Park at Algona Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Munson were Kort Dodge visitors Wednesday where John Patricia Weir of LuVerne fpent Sunday at the M. C. Weir home. Will McCauley of Mason City spent Sunday at the P. J. Foxscn home. Mrs. George Mergen is seriously ill at her home in the south part of town. Nettie samin left Saturday for Boone where i-hc will spend her summer vacation. Hildred Elbert of Mason City spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Elbert. Father Fandol of Rem?on was here Wednesday attending the HilW rt- Combcs wedding. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Oliver, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Burdine were Emmcts- burgr visitors Sunday. Jamc.s Fleming and Margaret Nelson of Mason City visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming Sunday . Mr. and Mrs. Joe McTlgue and family of Emmctsburg spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cullen. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schaller cll'd Monday noon. He had been ill for the past month. Mary Elizabeth Elbert of Fort Dodge spent th-? week end with her mother, Mrs. Cecelia Ellfcrt and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer and Mrs. Mary Uhlcnhake of Wesley spent Sunday wi:,h Mr. and Mrs. John Uhlcn- hake. Mrs. Mike Tierney, daughter, Mary, and Frank Flood of Indianapolis are vi.-itlncr their cousins, Mrs. James Fo- Icy and family. Mrs. n.-n Schrler. Mr. and Mrs. Hazelton Ringler and baby of Milwaukee. Wi.-i.. are vi.-itinc a few days with Mr. and Mr;. W. P. Hinglcr. Mr;:. Mary Kami and daughter, Marie f -Minoi. Norlh Dakota, and daughter, Xi. : t- r Mary Ru'h, visited at the J. Cullrn home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Uchnkc returned .S.iturday from KxceLsior Springs, where they liave sot'iit th" pa,st Ihreu months with their son, Fred. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Kaln and daughter, Alice and Mrs. Robert C. Kain of Alfrona were Sunday visitors v,-ith Frank Bc.stenlchncr and. family. Helen Farrell of Forest City spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Nell Far- rcll. Sunday evening, Mrs. Farrell and Mary Vi.it took her back to Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Oeelan and son, Jimmy, Mrs. H. W. G*elan and Margaret Fandel visited Mr. and. Mrs. Nick Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rink visited rein- fives i?i Algona and St. Benedict last Thursday. Evelvn Anderson left Sunday for Chicago after a three weeks' vacation with her parents. Miss Edith Looft of Dos Moines sp?nt several days last week here visiting her mother, Mrs. Margnret Looft. Mrs. Weaver of Buffalo Center has been nt the Steinberg home this past week helping care for Mrs. Steinberg, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs Elmer Anderson and children of Clarksville visited over the w-eek end at the parental Ous Anderson home. On Thursday evening the M. E. Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. G°o. Thompson. All enjoyed a wiener roast in the yard. Henrietta CVKeefe and James Logan go to Iowa City June 4th to represent Ledyard in the state academic tests In algebra and literature. Mesdames George Thompson, Leon Word-en. H. M. Dyer and L. A. Nltz drove to Winnebngo Wednesday afternoon to call at the Parrish home. Mrs. Jes.se O'Keefe returned home last Monday after helping care for her mother two weeks at Fenton. Mrs. Warner Is thero this week helping. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mayne nnd children left Friday to visit over the wc'k end at the home of Mrs. Mayne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nuenfeldt at Alden. L. W. Wiemcr's niece, Margaret Pfiel of Radcliffe and Miss Barasey, both of whom have been teaching at Winona this past year, visited Saturday and Sunday at the L. W. Wiemer home. On Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. D .A. Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and Jerry drove to West Bend where they met the M. K. Sparry family of Renwlck and all enjoyed a picnic together. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Link and children Kent Motor Bargain Counter in USED CARS 1926 Ford coupe, $25.00 1927 Chevrolet coach, $50.00 1927 Pontiac coach, $100.00 1927 Chevrolet truck, with platform, $75.00 Kent Motor Co. ford Dealer was having some dental work done. Ray Miller, junior high teacher In Port Dodge spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller. Miss Geneva Hope Baird Is visiting her sister, Constance Baird in the home of her aunt, Mrs. H. M. Mantz, this week. Mrs. o. W. Dubbs was hostess on Wednesday afternoon to the Presbyterian Aid. Mrs. T. A. Clark was assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mikes and their daughter, Iri-nc , and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mikt-s spent Sunday in Hurt viiitmg relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Vvrne Struthers are the proud parents of a son born on Thutiday. They have nunitd him John Kichard Dean. Mr. and Mra. Gen*." Graham and duu«hur. Caroline, drove to Dt-s Moin- t-s Friday to viMs, their daughter, Mrs, SU:«,-art Fallls and family. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Johnson of Plover and Mr. and Mrs Grovts Shriller and ciaughu-r, Oila of Rolfe attended the tommenci-ineiit extrciacs here 01 Thursday <. veiling. : Mr. and Mrs. Gene Graham and theii I d.iughti-r. (,'aroluie and Win. Riley aiK J u»ughu-r. Ida, attended the fuiitral o Mr. .Sunbner at Liveniiorv, Monday He i.i a bioUier-m-law of the Gra Mi.-., Hut:. WaUjjii and Bernice Nel ,.-on, bulli nursed in Ijes Muinci, aU.'iut |id ill- cj'ijuineiKx-iuent exercises her* 'lliiir..day t veiling. Tney ;;>ciit Hie re !J:.il!.<i,T 1,1 the V,eek J.<T<- Wlljl Ml; W.r.xjii'.s mother rduiiang to Dei I : .M(j;lu.;> tiUI.Uay. Fenton Council Adopts New Water Rate Plan i-Vi;ion A . iji cal iu-«.-liii({ of tin.- city coji.i.ii i.,i,J u.i, w.ck Mond.iv liiyht, I Ji.ui.cukJ Hut \Aa!cr UILM.TJ lii: U-<cd Hi- | ? . (' -J ut i.-u,.; ;l.c i!.a i.;t,.- ..,j.,u-ai u,a; J, i., J.,j.v 1:1 u, . '!'!„ lU 1 . 1:1 ,• i.u-.v u ; . f i'J ]' r >• ..: Ti.'.- I. .. i.il-:., -.ii.l U- • / ii',11 ]:... :i... ;:..' on.,;, ,:..;..,;:. -J.j ,.,.;,; , ? r rl .....>• i- ; .-=. -.-1-,,,....:r: -y.-:; eelan and family at Ruthven Sun- ay. Prank Behnke who has been teaching n the Lutheran school at Webster City ame Saturday to spend his vacation dth his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, Prtn- £ and Hugh spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mtlkr at Malard and became acquainted with the lew daughter at the Miller home. Mrs. Josephine Haag received word at a baby boy was born to Mr. and Vtrs. Clarence Glasgow at Fergus Falls, Minn., recently. Mrs. Glasgow was -Uara Haag before her marriage. Mr. and Mra. John Marte and Irene of Whittemore, Mrs. B. J. Elbert of For SHERIFF Gilbert Hargreaves Rcjmblican Candidate for Sheriff 35 years old; raised and educated in Koflsuth, county; a fann- er and stock raiser In Koasuth county all his llle; a taxpayer, seeking office for the first time. I promise a fair and efficient administration at a reduced cost to taxpayers. Your support at the republican primary, June 4, will be appreciated. Wm. S. Windell Candidate on the Republican Ticket for COUNTY TREASURER will appreciate your .support at the primary election, June 1, in hi.s first campaign for a public of- life. 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