The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 21, 1934 WHITTEMOREGIRL IS BRIDE FRIDAY AT CHURCH RITES Lydia) Meyer Weds Edwin Greinert; Wedding Dinner Follows white dresses and headbands of blue with green and yellow bows. After a short wedding trip they will be at home with the bridegroom's parents. About one hundred and fifty charlvaried them in the evening and were served with refreshments. Whittemore: Friday afternoon, June 15, at 2 o'clock at St. Paul's Lutheran I church the marriage of Edwin Greinert of Fairvillc and Lydia Meyer of Whittemore occurred, R«v. H. W. Discher performing the single ring ceremony. The bride was attended by her cousin Lillian Heidenwith and the bridegroom's cousin, Adelia Frink. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Elmer Greinert and Lawrence Meyer. Mrs. Oreinert wore a pale blue ankle length taffeta dress and carried a bouquet of Talisman roses. Miss Hetden- weith wore an ankle length yellow organdy dress and carried a bouquet of white carnations and yellow snapdragons with baby breath. Miss Frink wore an ankle length pale green organdy dress and carried a bouquet of pink carnations with baby breath. The bride ts the second oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, who live ea.st of town. She was a member of the graduating class of the public school this year. The bridegroom is the second eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Greinert of Fairville, and is a worthy mate for his bride. After the services at the church the bride and bridegroom were given a ride around town in a buggy tied behind a car. After the ride the bridal party went to the bride's home where a two course dinner was served to about 36 guests at six o'clock. The waitresses, Rosclla Volgt, Sel«na Meyers and Verda Metyer woke WhHtemorc Ladies Entertain Mrs. M. J. Duffy entertained four tables of bridge from Whittemore at her home in Algona Thursday evening and also one table from Algona. The ladies from Whittemore attending were Mesdames Eischeid. Cairey, Oliver, Cullen, Higgins, O'Brien, Swhnson. Poirot, Fleming, Spilles, Crawford. Reimers, Hayes, Schmitt, Cavanaugh, Rochford, Duffy and doughter. Frances. The table from Algona consisted of Mary Streit and Mosdamrs Leo Spilles. E. J. Butler and E. J. McEvoy. Mrs. Leo Spilles received first prize, Mrs. Tim O'Brien, second. Mrs. Eischeid, consolation and Mrs. Crawford, travel prize. Girl Pitcher Plays Here Sunday Week End Specials 11 r 11V Picnics, shank- iess and hockless, Ib. Bacon Squares, per pound Ring Bologna, per pound Club Frankfurters, 1 C p per pound 1<I V Summer Sausage, per pQUid Bird Seed, per pkg. Minute Tapioca, 1 *J r per pkg **•** Baker's Cocoa, 1 A r «» -tj...---.^ / B Mfc-. % pound ...«...«..*«•• ••v^* Superb Milk, I7 r 3 tall cans 11 V Sugar, fine >IQ r gran'ated, 10 Ib. cloth bag ^«f V Sweet Potatoes, fancy. No. 2% can (Coffee, Peaberry per pound Pears, Bartlett, No. 10 can Corn, 3 No. 2 cans Bottle Caps, 1Q r cork lined, gross »«J\» Toilet, Paper, 1Q/» Excello, 4 rolla 1J/V Salmon, 2 tall cans Pork & Beans, tall can Peas, 2 No. 2 cans American Lye, 3 cans Can Vegetables, 11 oz. corn, peas, red beans, pork and beans, hominy and carrots ~" your choice lOc 25c Mrs. Nellie McMahon of Algona visited Wm. Higgins Sunday. Mrs E. C. Jackman spent a few days visiting her parents at Graettinger. Mrs. Henry Meyer visited friends at Rock Valley a few days the past week. Harvey Mergen returned home from Los Angeles, California, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds and family visited Mrs. Tom O'Donnell on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Oliver and family of Emmetsburg spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Oliver. ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell and family spent the week end with their son, Willis and wife at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fandel returned to their home at Ladysmith, Wls., after having visited her the past two weeks. Mrs. Anna Connors of Milwaukee, arrived Tuesday morning to visit her daughters, Mrs. Tim O'Brien and her son. Earl Connors. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick, Rosella Higgins and Irene Foxsen attended the funeral of Leo Walters at Fenton on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert and son. Otto. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walters and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Elbert at Emmetsburg Sunday. Rosella Meehan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meehan, had the misfortune to catch her forefinger in a cultivator, breaking the end of the finger. Mrs. Amelia Kortum was at Burt to attend the funeral of her daughter, Mrs. Dell Marlow, who had died and left a family of seven children. Mr. and Mrs. James GJeelan and son, Jimmy were in Fort Dodge recently. Mrs. P. J. Schiltz, who had spent the past two weeks here, returned home. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Oliver and family of LeMars spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Oliver. Alice June Calry accompanied them home for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eisele, Frank and Alice, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bisenius and family and Raymond and Alice KollMcb spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Albeit BUele at Blue Butto. Mrs. Maurice Mallary received word Friday that her mother Mrs. John Lottman, of Jolly, Iowa, was very ill. Mrs. Lottman died Sunday morning and was buried Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett were at Ames Thursday where Mr. Bartlett attended the annual meeting of the Iowa Trade Mark Association. He was elected secretary and treasurer for the coming year. Mrs. Bartlett visited friends. Ledyard Man Is Transferred Here by State Highway Ledyard: Alfred Sennits, who \\nf- been running the grader on the highway to Elmore. lias be-:n transferred by the State Highway Commission to work at. Algona. The Schultz family expect to move to Alfrona this week nnd have rented the house occupied Ivy the Kenneth S!ephensnns. Mr. Ftephrnson has be-"n manager of n Grocery s:ore at Garner. Mrs. Steph- cnson was a former teacher here. Fill S. S. V-ic.incios On Tuesday evcnins the AT. E. Sunday School hoard mrt nt the home of Mr.-. Yahnkf to fil! vacancies in the teaching staff. Th" following teachers were rlectet). Mildred Vaughn, primary class; Mrs. E. T. Halvorson for Hie ,tuiii'..rs; Mrs. A. E. Laurit7.cn, the voting people's class nncl Mrs. Glenn Yahnk^ for the Bible class. celved word this week of the birth from Iowa City Monday. They took of a baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. Keith ; their dnnnhter. Irene to the University Inntgrr of Chicnpo. Mrs. Inniger is | to attend summer school. She. is tak- better known here as Zelln Mae Sallow. ' intr a dramatic art. course. Wednesday afternoon. June 13th the | Mr. nnd Mrs. Dale Emerson and son, following from here attended the Swea TV.lly. kft for their horn-" in St. Lotm City M. E. Aid guest day at the Methodist, church there. Mesdames Orortrc Thompson. Tice Brack. L. C. Stfar.il. V. A, Barrett. N. A, Fincle. r. Bin-vows. J. T. Welfare. H. D. Mavne. Roy Link. Blanche Jenks. n. n. May r and Marjorie. also Kenneth Thompson. Til- mcr Halver.Min aim James I.ogan. WEST BEND NEWS Saturdny morninc;. They spent, tlifi pnsv two weeks nf the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Georee F.merson. Rev. nnd Mrs. F. W. Whit ford nnd rinnt-htri--. Tb, l;na nnd Orare drove to I :i!;o Okobo.il Monday where they op- ,-ned ill-Mr en! I ace. They have rented i: to a family for p wrek or so. They r furred homo Wednesday. Tin- P.;n- View club met nt Mi" home of Mr-. Td.-i Miller. Tuesday, .lime 12. Mr--. Marthn McGrout WHS a welcome -n--t. A covered dish lunch wns served. The club adjourned to twi on Maybe you don't care much for baseball, but if you are of the male specks, it won't make much difference after you look at the above picture. It happens to b? a likeness of pretty Patsy Lee, 20 year-old girl pitcher, who will play here Sunday with the Mason City Coca Cola Cubs, when they tangle with the Algona Greys at the fair grounds. She Is also a first baseman, although she is only five feet, three inches tall, and weighs 120 pounds. She bats and throws right handed. LONE ROCK WOMAN, MOTHER OF 7, DIES SUDDENLY OF THROAT INFECTION Old Couple Sees Their First Talkie Hurt Monitor: Mr. and Mrs. William Stahl. neighborly old couple of Burt, saw their first talking picture Saturday night. Getting well up in age they have not been so readily excited over the new changes that have came the past few years; but knowing and loving the book, "David Harum." they went to see the picture when it camo to the Beltone theatre. With Will Rogers playing the lead as David Harum, the old folks are said to have enjoyed the picture very much. Buys Pool Hall O. A. Sharp has bought a pool hall in Dayton, Iowa, and will move there soon. Mr. and Mrs. Sharp have conducted a grocery store in Lone Rock tor a number of years. Mrs. K. A. Marlow Services Held Thursday; Was HI Only a Week Uriental appearance permanently ivoven-L ~' $23.50 and up for a 9x12 RUG (H'idt: range of tly let unit »<!<••) The Bigelow Weavers have done il — found a way to weave Oriental lights and fchadowa right into the fuhric, so that they're permanent! With its pal- H.;;s through to the Lack in true Oriental style... \vilh its color ings and fringed ends, Banford has the appearance of a luclly imported hand-loomed rug. Made of Lively Wool and smoothly sheared, we promise you Banford will give you yeara of beauty. What a rug for the uuoney 1 Lone Rock: The (community shocked last. Tuesday morning when they learned of the death of Mrs. K. A. Marlow, who was 111 only a week with an infection in her throat which later turned to creeping paralysis and caused her death. Lillian Ida Kortum was born July 19. 1898, at Whlttcmore and passed away June 12, 1934, at her home north of Lone Rock. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kortum of Whittemore. In 1918 she was graduated from the Whittemore high school and was united in marriage to K. A. Marlow in 1919. To this union seven children were born, five daughters and two sons. The oldest Shirley Mae, 14 years old, Betty Jane. Wilma Jean. Robert Dell, Doris Irene, Joyce LaVonne and James Edward, less than two years old, are the children. Besides these seven children, Mrs. Marlow leaves to mourn her untimely passing her husband, her mother, Mrs. Albert Kortum of Whittemore, two sisters, Mrs. R. S. Thompson of Scranton, [owa, Miss Florence Kortum of Whit- ore and one brother, Elmer Kortum of Chicago. Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church in Lon? Rock on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in charge of Rev. 8. M. Gladstone and lurial was made in the Burt cemetery. Mrs. Marlow was a loving mother and she will be greatly missed in h«r home. The sympathy of the entire community is extended to the family in their great loss. Out of town relative.* and friends attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kortum of Chicago, Mrs. R. S. Thompson of Scranton, Mrs. Albert Kortum of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Whalen and Mrs Oliver Stow of Dolliver. Hold* Worthlnjton Married Hulda Worthington. youngest daughter or Mrs. Tjillie Worthington was married to Lea Estel of Ledvard at Spirit Lake Friday at the Presbyterian parsonage. The couple was attended by Mrs. Estella Jergenson and Merle Jergensen of Ledyard. Lattimer of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Burns of Emmetsburg visited with relatives at Rockwell City Sunday. Willard, Kerwood and Madeline remnin- Mrs. .lop Mayne has been srrioulsy ill the pnst, work. Mrs. D. A. Ciirprmtrr nnrt Doris McCoy \vrre Algonn visitors Saturday. Lyla irmnm nncl Mrs. August Sprnnk viFit-.d friends in Spirit Lake over the week end. Mrs. Martha Gable and daughters were RiK'sts Sunday at the Richard Ziplsko home. The locnl kitten ball tram played at Grant Confer Friday evening and defeated them 8 to 5. Wm. Garry and John Mousp] nttrm!- ctl a grain dealers' convention in Aleona last Thursday. Tile Fred and Otto Bauman tnmi- lies and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Anderson of Blue Earth plcnickncd nt Int r il;<k- cn Sunday. On last Tuesday evening Mr. nnd Mrs. George Thompson attended n meeting of the rural carriers of Kossuth county at Burt. Mrs. Albert Barnes, Mrs. AoOt Trod nncl Mrs. Ernest Jorgrnron went to Blue Enrth Friday to see .Mrs. Jerry Barnes nnd daughter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leonard Mino arc the proud parents of twin girls born last Tuesday, June 13th. Mrs. Mino was a former teacher at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Herald, Grnndrrtothcr Herald of Albert City nnd Blenda Herald were Sunday guests nt the Robert Gustafson home. Tlw M. E. Lndles' Aid will be entertained in the church basement Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Harriett Matzner. All ladies are cordially invited. LeRoy Anderson of Radcliffe called' at the L. W. Weimer home Sunday and his son, Fred returned home with him after a three weeks' visit here. Fred Miller and two sons and brother, Mike of Des Moines called at the Jenks and Behse homes on Saturday. They lived here about 40 years ago. Frtends here were sorry to hear that Miss Maxine Walker of Ames had underwent an appendicitis operation last week Monday. She is Improv- The Dell!* Alpha Fnndav Pt-ho'l class mot. at l!ie homo of Mrs. Paul Mikes Thursday rv<ninp. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur .Simmons. Miss Ida. Of-cnr nnd Lyman Hiloy drove to Lci-t Island Saturday afternoon on a| fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry JSchuttcr nnd children spent Sunday at Buffalo Center visiting Mr. Seiiut.tor's brother. Henry Sclititter nnd family. Mrs. Jerry Schulter and dnuchter. O 7inn. dr.n-e to Cylinder, Snlurilny, where Miss Scliuttor interviewed the school hoard about a position. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson of Minneap- ,)une IP with Jo=< phtne Mikes. oils and Mrs. Frank Collins of Livermore called at. the Wm. Riley home on Sunday. They were on their way homo to Minneapolis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Simmons and son. Harold, spent Thursday at Hnve- lock at (he home of his sister. Mrs. Orville Hnrr. Harold remained for n, longer s!ny on tho farm, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mikes returned Thursday, June 21 Yrni Winter,* H;nnl Friday, June 22 liis Jimmy Kasdirl .- orclicst r;i M '-ulorct band \vitli cnlrvt.-iinrrs. Kossinrii ^o^•^T^•s Ft'N llEAnQlJAUTKHS SURF BALL ROOM d«>r Lake Cut Rate GROCERY ed there for a week's visit with relatives. ' ing nicely and will soon be up. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hartshorn re- Tasxosaaea&ixeixie^^ New- Navy Beans :f Ihs, 13c Specials For Fri. and Sat. Raisins 4 11)8. 25c RCA-Victor Automobile Radio. G tubes, 7 watts output. Twice the vohuiie of radios using more tubes. See and hear the latest RCA-Victor achievement at our store. Holecek Radio Shop fXOi&&SQX8SX^^ Peanut Butter quart jar - 23c | Breakfast Food No. 10 Fruit Peaches 42c Bartlett Pears 39c Blackberries _!8c Apricots 45c Prunes 35c Black Raspberries _58c Pineapple, crushed 58c Bed Cherries 49c Pineapple, br. si. _._63c Strawberries 73c Corn Flakes, 2 for _19c Puffed Wheat, 2 for 17c Bran Flakes, 2 for 17c Grapenut Flakes, 2 _19c W. Wheat Flakes 2_17c W. Wheat Biscuit, 2 23c Rice Krispies, 2 for _19c Rice Pops or Flakes, 2 for 17c Grape Nuts 16c Wheaties lie Soda Crackers 2 pound box 18c Mustard quart jar 13c Laundry Soap 10 bars - 19c Green Tea, % K>- —12c Biscuit Flour, pkg. _19c Cake Flour, pkg. ___23c Wheat Cereal, pkg. 15c Spices, lOc size 8c Pears, No. 2Y 2t 2 for 29c Jell Powder 6 pkgs 25c Peaches, 2%, 2 for 29c Pineapple, No. 2, 2 _29c Marshmallows, Ib. __15c "Busiest Little Store in Town." Foster Furniture Co. Alex Krueger, local elevator manager. attended a grain grading echco! at Algona Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Laabs and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Borcliardt visited at the R. G. Borchardt home at East Chain Sunday. Jessie Stebritz of Bancroft sptnt the week end with her mother. Mrs. E. M. Hawks. Sunday they drove to Fenton to see Miss Celia Warner, Mrs. Hawks' iister, who is ill. Mr. anci Mrs. Frank Helnike of Beaumont, Texas, and Mrs. Clause Hi-liuke of Renwick visited at the Otis Sanders home Monday. Mr. Helmke is a brother of Mrs. Sandtrs. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. ChrisU-nsen ac- I companied by Imogene Roderick drove | to Des Moines Friday. Mr. Christen- i.-iit attended a Polled Hereford Breeder^' convention and Imogene visited her sister, Bernice. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flai« attended the Iowa State HorseiUioi-rs and Biack- sdmhj convention at Fort Dodj5<_- Friday and Saturday. Vernetl and Margaret Waggoner accompanied them home lor a vual. Rev. S. M. Gladstone went to Fonda. Sunday where he held services Sunday evening, going from Un-re to Red Oak. Iowa. a-ccouipaJned by Rev. M<:Mic;.u to attend a Prtsb.vU.-naa jsynod. On Thursday Kev. Gladstone will g<-» to to vii.it relative^. Jack Quiiiu and sous, Willard and Kjerwuod, accompanied, by Broadcasting The Biggest News of the Season The Kossuth County Agricultural Association has completed plans for the topnotch celebration of all county history, with a greater variety of fun and frolic than ever before, to be held on July Fourth at the Kossuth County Fair Grounds ALGONA, IOWA Tin- Program will liu-liute the Following Big' Features— AUTO RACES, HORSE RACES, FIRE WORKS BASE BALL GAMES, 8 VAUDEVILLE ACTS A MIDWAY OF RIDES AND SHOWS DANCING TO MUSIC OF RAY KEYES ami hi* liuyal Ambassador .Radio Broadcasting Baud.
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