The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1934 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 21,1934 Meyers-Hutchinson Wedding on Tuesday at St. John's, Bancroft Bancroft: A very beautiful weddin? occinred Tuesday morning at eight o'clock In St. John's Catholic church, When Miss Emma Meyers became the bride of Lloyd Hutchinson, the Rev. Father Grady officiating. The couple were attended by the bride's brother. Frank Meyers and the groom's sister, Esther Hutchinson. The bride was gowned in n long white dress with a lace veil, and bouquet of rop"s. Her bridesmaid wore an embroidered preen orgnndy drew with a larpe hat to match. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Meyers of Fenton. who nr? prominent farmers there. Miss Meyers has assisted her mother in the household duties, and is a pkasing and well- liked young woman. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hutchinson of Lone Rock. He attended St. John's school for some years, but on account of needed help at homo was unable to complete his education. Following the ceremony a dinner for 35 guests was h?ld at the home of the bride's parents, after which the couple left for a week's honeymoon in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson will be at home to friends after July 1st on a farm north of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Leudtke of Fenton were out of town guests who attended the wedding. the sleuth, erybody. The chorus gtrla play ev- "Fog Over Frisco" offers an wnnsnal plot on Saturday. This show is reputed to b? based on a tnte story of a Sun Francisco beauty, who found her thrills in getting mixed up with various and sundry iilict types of business, and by gettng herself into trouble and then having other people get her out of it. This show has action and plenty of dramatic moments. Also No. 3 of "Lost Jungle." • * « Shirley Temple the newest jnvrnlle. find, comes here Sunday and Monday In "Little Miss Marker," With a cast nf adult, stirs, nnd the freshness and charm of the little girl, it is easy to understand why the picture has be-sn rated so highly. The story is by Damon Runyan. well known newspaper man. The usual shorts and news reels round out a full bill. Bank Deposit NicJit brings Victor MacLagl'n and Edmund Lowe in "No More Women." We mentioned "What Price Glory" once this week. These boys got their start in that type of picture, find they're still going strong. This is the type of easy-to- take entertainment that builds up movie audiences. Not a musical comedy, not a heavy dramatic picture, but pl«n- ty of fun. A Dfownntf Maft U«nally Loses His HeaJf \ Trinity Lutheran Church Rev. P. J. Braner, pastor No divine services will be held in the forenoon. The pastor will preach 'for the mission festival at Ayrshire the coming Sunday. Sunday School and Bible class a 10 a. m. German services will be held Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. The 8. S. T. meet F/lday evening at the parsonage. The Young People's rally will be held on Sunday, July 1st, at the high school auditorium. All the young folks are cordially Invited to attend. Wm. Powell and M.rrna Lor In "The Thin Man. "are coming next Wednesday and Thursday. This story has been nmning serially in a number of newspapers, and if the picture creates as much enthusiasm as the story, you won't want to miss it. THEATRE CHATTER Another bUr rfrl show, with the added zest of a pair etf lively murders, coupled with the possibilities of more at any moment, should send chills and a fever alternately up and down your spine at "Murder at the Vanities," playing tonight and Friday at the Call Theatre. Jack Oakie Is the gag man in the show, and Victor McLaglen, who rose to fame In "What Price Glory," plays BURT NEWS Society Elects Burt: The following officers were elected Bt the meeting of the Woman's Home Missionary society Saturday: Mrs. A. G. Volentine. president ; Mrs. Geo. Carroll, vice president; Mrs. Vogel, secretary; Mrs. Roetman. treasurer; Mrs. Mitchell, Home Guard; Mrs. C. E. Hammer. Queen Esther girls; Mrs. James Sewick, Mothers' Jewels. Entertain at Guest Day Thirty-two members of the Ladies' Aid went to Swea City Wednesday of last week where they attended a guest day of the Ladies' Aid of that place. There were about two hundred and fifty present in all. A fine program was given and a social time enjoyed by everyone. The Ladles' Aid of Burt entertained a number of ladies at a guest day on Wednesday of this week. Resumes Dairy Route Floyd Duncan, who was compelled o give up his dairy route a few weeks Jgo owing to the shortage of pasture and feed, was able to begin serving his patrons again last week. Married on Saturday Miss Mary Ellen Marlow and Glen Culbertson were married here Saturday at the Methodist parsonage by Rev. ci B. Mitchell. Miss Marlow is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lem Marlow, west of town. They were accompanied by a brother and sister of the groom. They will live with the groom's parents in Union township. ,. ----*^^^^- n >^ n ^^^^--™v>^fl^NVWVSKJV'.>^>^>^VfA USED CARS New Plymouth at reduced prices. ' 1931 Essex Coach 1929 Pontiac coach Model T Ford Algona Auto Market West of Court House Jim Kerr of Minneapolis Is visiting his sister, Mrs. C. C. Smith. Miss Leona Bierstedt is spending the week with Mrs. Ira Hansen. Miss Mary Patrick of Sioux City is visiting Miss LucUJe Sewick. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Dacken Saturday morning. George Godden arrived Monday from Madison, Wis., and is visiting with relatives. An examination will be held at Algona Thursday morning for the Burt post office. Mrs. Ida Anderson went to Dysart on Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. Martin, who is ill. Miss Caroline Carr will go to Cor- wlth Wednesday to take part in the Bible story contest. Miss Clara Shaw accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schneider to Chicago where she will visit. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddlngs entertained (he rural carriers' convention Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bosworth of Armstrong called at the home of Rev. and Mrs C. B. Mitchell Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters and Mary Lee spent the week end at Spirit Lake at the H. L. Souerman cottage. C. E. Sigsbee has built a new barn on his farm, which was blown down in a windstorm several months ago. Shirley Temple is New Juvenile Star LITTLE MISS MARKER •"• w * w * WY °* )JWWW "« w «w«'5»TO Rite-Way Food Specials I PEACHES Mayflower Brand Yellow Clinjf Peaches Not less than 60 halves, No. 10 can 49c APRICOTS Mayflower Brand Uniform Halves 6 Ibs., 7 oz. net wt., No. 10 can 53o Mayflower Brand means full tins of Tree Ripened Fruit of uniform size. Compare the quality with cheaper brands and you will realize the value. Bed Kidney Beans, 2 for ...19c Peanut Butter, 2* oz jj c Salad Dressing, pt is c Bran Flakes or Corn Flakes, Irge. pkgs. iflc Rood Cheer Coffee, Ib 13c Oakite Cleaner, 2 pkgs 21c K urn ford fit Pwd., 12 oz. ..21e Morton's Salt (free balloon), 9, pkga. 17c ANDERSON'S MEATS Phone 346 Rite-Way Food Store rltESH FRUITS VEGETABLES P^^^>cro.o^ox^^ June Bargains Arensafce of Lead 49c COLD PACK CANNER 1.69 with rack, lar_T<- .size LAWN MOWERS Kxtra in-avv Hi 1 •', vvlu-t-ls. -1 l/huie _"_ Cattle Spray, 71; »»ulk . ltj *' HORSE COVERS 66 inch $1,75 66 in coverg cord gid Leather nets 6.65 h«a.w r. a «^ Q c D o^ 6.65 heavy canvass ...2.75 Faultless Electric Washers enumelftl lull. full jsiie _.. ' Thermos Jugs, 1 -a!, .sixe 3 Tine Hay Fork, g""tl ijual. Luudlc.s Kohlhaas & Spilles John Metzger of Algona vlalted Sunday at the Clarence Metzger home. Mr. and Mrs. John Saunders and son visited Sunday at the J. D. Peterson home at Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson and family were Sunday visitors at the Roy Lee home at Algona. Peter Peterson and son, Alfred are painting the teachers' cottage and the superintendent's house. Mr and Mrs. Gus Hanson and family of Ringsted visited with Mrs. Hanson's parents, the Peter Petersons. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Osborn and family visited at the Lawrence shXtori home at Swea City Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson and sons of Lone Rock were Thursday evening callers at the Henry Kueck home. Ruby Kueck spent a few days visit- Ing with her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs. Walter Thompson and family of Lone Rock. The Seneca stor e is open again for business aftrr being closed for a few days, because of painting and redecorating, c. O. Bailey of Rockwell, Iowa, The Norwegian Ladies' Aid met, at the J. H. Jensen home last Thursday A good crowd attended. Mrs August Nelson, who has been president for two years, resigned her position. Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends J • and daughter spent Saturday evening and Sunday at the One Hulbun home fcouth of Lone Rock. The Hulbuft family motored to Silver Lake to fish. Mrs. R. E. Saunders and Julia and Russell, Mrs. L. B. Anderson and her children, Mrs. John Saunders and son Jackie, were visiting at the Mervin Murphy home- at Fairmont, Minn , on Saturday. GOOD HOPE NEWS Mrs. William Tteptow and the P. A. Me Arthurs were dinner guests of the Wm. Turners in Algona last Sunday. Children's Day will be observed next Sunday at Good Hope church. An appropriate program is being Arthur Mitchell, son of Rev. and Mrs C. B. Mitchell, Burt, was at Good Hope parsonage Monday to do some radio work and for dinner. Donna Jean, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gardner was administered the sacrament of baptism at Good Hope church last Sunday. Emil Mittag, Glen J-?nkinson, Mrs. Quinton Bjustrom and Mrs. Lucy Wardrip were idle part time during Jie past two weeks due to acute at- *acks of minor illnesses. A fine turnout of guests and mem- jers made the meeting of the Good Hope Ladies' Aid with MraL A. Rt. Cruikshank Thursday, a fine success. Mrs. J. M. Elmore was assistant hostess. The Glen Jenklnsons extend a cordial invitation to people of the community who are not planning otherwise to make use of their farm grove and grounds for their picnic dinner and celebration on July Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Cruikshank and daughter, Mary, James Cruikshank and daughter, Mrs. John Ditfiworth left on . Monday morning via auto for Liberty, I Saskatchewan. Canada, for an extended visit with the Arthur Jackman fam- DOAN NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Fred Girres were Wesley callers Sunday. Donovan Andrews is herding cows for Dale Strainers. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Haftkin* visited relatives at Elmore and Blue Earth Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews returned Iron a ten day honeymoon trip Mr. and Mrs. Will Manmtk and the A. B VenltifU-r family called on Mrs George Arndorfer at St. Benedict and helped h-.r celebrate her birthday. The Aid meeting was postponed until next week Thursday, the meeting b-.ing at the home of Mrs. Ruth Han- svii with Mra. Hood ao assistant host- e^s. On Sunday twenty neighbors came in and helped Albert Marum-k cele- uiatc hi* birthday. Progressive five liujidj a wu.j pla>«.d Pit-d Oirre* Vtuii hign score and fr'ieuemu Girrta, the Mi-i. Albert Martiiiek entertained on Sunday lo dinner in j.onor of her liUi-bancis birthdaj the ioll^wing gucsU, Mi-, jnd Mrs. T M. Fran^i, and wjn. Mr ana Mrs. Ti.eu. Franien, all of Wia>t Union; Mr. and Mr*. O. M. Schuutz and four children o/ Clear Lake, and his lather of Britt, aL>o Mr. and Mrs. Will Marunei, ail ix-Utivw, of Mr. Martinet. UNION NEWS | (Crowded Out Last Week) Charles Graham of Wesley visited friends here Sunday. Wilma Etherington accompanied her father to Mason City Sunday. Ida Mae Gardner of Plum Creek spent Sunday with Lucille Bode. Mrs. John Caughlin of Algona visited her sister, Mrs. Mary Keefc Sunday. Miss Leo Taylor was a guest Sunday of Mae Etherington in Cresco township. Leo Barley finished working at the Alfred Schenck farm last Saturday evening, where he had been employed tince ipring. The Wesley Householder family spent Saturday evening and Sunday at Lone Rock visiting Robert, who was visiting at the Schuyler Bates home since Decoration Day, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Keefe and small daughter, of Perry visited from Sunday until Tuesday with the former's mother, Mrs. Mary Keefe. Mr. and Mrs. McCorkle of Kanawha brought Mr and Mrs. Keefe to Algona where they vkjiU-d relatives. Douald Boevers accompanied Kenneth Howard in th_- latter's car to Otturnwa. returning home Friday of la^t week. They report the southern part of Iowa burned ur> and farmers v ry discouraged. They did not receive recent rains which came to our ie. up until the time ithe boys unc Uirough Friday .morning. Mr and Mis. Jens SoreiiMju and daughter. Francis. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould and Mrs. Sarah Butterfleld motored to Booiie Saturday and returned Sunday. Their luk&iun was to visit A. S. Bolts wlio has been in a hospital tn-s-i'e for the pat»t, four weeks, having juut returned to ills home Saturday evening. Mrs. Boiei is a sister ol Mr. Gould and Mrs. Butttrlield. Do You Eat Only the White Meat in Your Newspaper ? What we mean is, do you get your full money's worth 1 Do you read ALL the pages in your county seat newspaper? If you do you'll find \ —Correspondence from 23 Kossuth county commuities —A page of Lively Editorial Matter —A Column of Theatre Chatter —A Weekly Record of Weather, Auto and Marriage Licenses —20 Years Ago Column —An abundance of cuts, cartoons and news pictures All this as well as the regular run of live county seat and countywide news. Read it all Every page has something of interest to you and your family. — Mr. Merchant — When you advertise, you build your business and your community. This Newspaper carries The Chicago Tribune Advertising Service as an aid to your problem of placing your products before the public. Let us help you. THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINR "Koftsuth County'* Pioneer Newspaper" Establwhed 1865 Phone 23O

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