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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 6, 1921, Mitchell, South Dakota Page pour the evening Republican Mitchell s. D. Saturday August 6,1921 Marguerite Farver phone 2172 Tho Chamberlain High school and la year attended College at Oberlin. Ohio. The bridegroom formerly lived in Mitchell but has been a resident of Chamberlain for several years he is assistant cashier of the Chamberlain state Bank and is a Young Man of extraordinary personality and business ability. The out of town guests at the wedding were mrs. I. I lathe Way of Mitchell Mother of the Groom or. And mrs. J. A. Elliott of Mitchell the husband hater by Hazel Deyo Batchelor copyright 1920, by the a Bublic Ledger company cd a per it xxv a talk flunk Rode Over to Halida that show Kus for Travix Uri Dos the girls motored out to tile Oil or. And mrs. K. H. Hathaway of Day with jeans Telegram and a few Dewey Oklahoma or and mrs. H. J Day later Mark Rode in for the an he ii. Lathe Way of Ola this county ser which was waiting Lor him. It 1 a a in a a n. I n j ill i Idun we \ til v he Iii a v of ii v j act \ Quot miss Erma Hagge and miss Luna Allan Home saturday evening to cel str urd org y l Spalding of re icily seemed very much excited about Hagge twin brides whose wedding a brate Tho birthday of miss Lorena Hance Quot or and mrs w c. Spalding Jean s prospective visit and asked was the leading social event of the Gilfillan. The evening was spent in Ami Haromn Ber to stay with them As Long As she past week were honoured at a num playing games in dancing and with or of prenuptial showers. Music. Miss Marion Walrath. 20s West. Two of the girls attempted to re second Avenue entertained a party of sixteen girls at a fruit Shower monday evening. August i. The evening was spent in playing Michigan. High scores were won by the guests of Honor who were presented with jars of Choice canned fruit As prizes. Hot House roses were the Flowers used in developing a color scheme of Pink and White. The hostess served Dainty refreshments. Sweet peas were the favors. A japanese Shower and a nine o clock breakfast Given by miss Minnie Hoffman and miss Ruth Hoffman at their Home 521 North Rowley Street. Friday. July 29. Satisfied the craving for a something different in the Way of social entertainment. Gay japanese parasols and Lan terns of All sizes decorated the rooms and were painted As Well on the place cards. The hostesses assisted by mrs. George Carlson served a three course breakfast. The gifts for the brides to be were suspended in parasols and were literally a a showered upon them when they pulled the ribbons that held up the parasols. The guests were the misses Hagge mrs. Harry Van Benthuysen miss Clara Fox miss Grace Powers. Miss Holly Alison. Miss Alva Wilder. Miss Marion Walrath miss Florence Collins. Miss Ruth Johnson. Miss Lillian Wells and miss Myrtle Knuteson of Sioux City a House guest of miss Fox. Tire at Midnight but were hauled out and daughter of Oacoma. A a Ink trains 3� at luncheon Ber could. Jean had been living in a dream of bed to participate in i Smi in. Us a a. Dane which was followed by an hour lunch to on a her Home he kit a Quot of Story telling. Matt it Losche entertained a thee Days so Coo party of 3d women at a one o clock that this wonderful a ins. A athe party returned to Mitchell after dinner. A a a Heimberger entertain Flats saturday july 30. She was assisted by miss Irene Gosche miss Rose Lyons. Miss Mil dred Walrath and miss Thelma an Drews. Bridge was played during the aft or inn frs Xii a to. Linage was Jna Ycu uu., entertained met a Fate t j. Tif Vernoon. Head Prue was won by mrs Coa n la t a t Ato a. Heimberger and second prize country club tuesday evening. Dry. M a it Rake nor was followed by Bridge and y a a a a Quot i Quot _ i w. C. T. I. Meets at seven o clock the Uge cts were w c t l met at the y. W seated at tastefully decorated tables q a Home wednesday afternoon of or Ltd so Donnel a rvs the meet inc waa interesting and there w8s Conte cd it a was a Larse attendance Small Basket of Dainty Blue and be j a Witzel the president Low Flowers and the place of etch a mrs. L. A. Erskine have gone to guest was marked by an unique Watertown to attend the state con place card. The following women assisted the hostess in serving mrs. Robert Burns. Mrs. George bake Well. Mrs. Matt Gosche mrs. Rosa redline. Mrs m. R. I Locum. Mrs. I aul Young. Mrs. O. B. Wells of Loomis. Miss franc. Spangler and miss Helene Spangler after dinner the tables were Clear mention of the w c. T. U. A a a Cedar rapids guests honoured miss Ruby Beyers and miss Edna Howe of Cedar rapids. La., who left for their ohme wednesday after a visit at the Home of the former a sister. Mrs. Belle Butterfield. Were of and Bridge was played. Prises of Honor at a number of fun were won by mrs Robert Burns. Or. Tons during their stay in the City. Floyd Gillis and or. George bake a Friday. July 29. Mrs it. A. Bobb. W<�?~11 a mrs. C. R. Wilt and mrs. A t. Downey later in the evening the guests entertained a dozen women at an in spent a pleasant hour dancing Toro returning Home. Be cof try Clad notes card party. Wednesday mrs. S. J. Boyce As chairman As miss Fox entertained practically i listed by mrs. William Smith mrs. A the same group of girls at a five j e. W. Jones. Mrs. Abe Baron and picnic dinner at the country club last of clock luncheon at her Home. Tis mrs. Rita Mccartney will be Host saturday evening. July 30. Door picnic at the Home of mrs. Robb. 72 3 West fourth Avenue. A picnic dinner was served and the time was spent socially. Or. And mrs George Logan. Or. And mrs s c. Boyce. Mrs Butterfield and her two guests enjoyed a West fourth Avenue. Tuesday after Jesse Augustio at the country club noon. July 26. Card party. A two course luncheon was served i Tea dance us cow Ful by the hostess Mother. Mrs j. the Tea dance the second of its Fox. Assisted by mrs. B. A. Bobb and kind. Given at the country club Fri mrs. Maude Bower. Garden Flowers Day evening was Well attended. An ,.decorated the table. A orchestra made up of Young people surprised Friday evening a it a a. In a miscellaneous selection of gifts furnished the music and delightful a called in to dinner to Fin d or \ for the twin brides were contained in refreshments were served at i boy Fri Uda Ali a cd it a a Ltd two old fashioned telescopes addres of clock. Miss Rose Lyons and Mal Saroum tl4 mj9fder. Sed to mrs. Herbert Fox and Ronald were in charge of the Quot a Verver planned t n Pic a mrs. Logan entertained at a Tea for the two women during their visit. A a a birthday Surprise dinner Franklin Farver was pleasantly opened to her. Marks attitude puzzled her. However he seemed to give so Little thought to the fact that so was going he seemed so unlike the Man so had known. It was this very attitude of his that loosened the tension Between them during the few Days before she left. And brought them together on a new basis of almost friendliness. Jean found herself almost forgetting the fact that she a leaving her husband. Because Mark made it possible for her to feel this Way. She found it easier to talk with him and it was Only when she thought of his kissing her that her soul revolted in horror. She had Only to remember the time he had held her in his arms to shiver away from him. And then her hatred would come Back a Hundredfold. It was the night before she left when they were alone together a the ranch that Mark spoke to her More personally and instantly she froze and intuitively held him at arms length. A there Are a few things i want to say to you before you leave the ranch. he said very evenly. She sat motionless in her chair feverishly waiting for him to proceed. In her heart she knew that if he linked for anything if the Freedom he had offered Lier meant Only lengthening of the tether that a you Are going away perhaps he began. A certainly you need never return unless you want to. I would like you to think Over everything carefully before you decal what you want to do and the writ me. You need never see me again for it will be easy enough to arrange Jean Drew a Long breath. A but a he went on. A if you find at any time that you want me. That you need me for any reason then you must come to me yourself. That a the on condition i am imposing on you. Dont write asking me to Conn to you but come to is yourself. Let of you understand a his tone and words were not without a certain conviction. Again Jean Felt that sense of being Hub against her will. And it made her suddenly g old and hard. A if i want you or need you. I Ani to come to you and Tell you so. Is that it a she asked and her words were like Little icicles dropping into the soft heat of the night. She met his eyes full for a moment and then she Drew Back her head and laughed. The laugh was mirth less but full of meaning. It expressed contempt it showed jeans utter carelessness for the future As Long As she was free of Lier husband. The sound of it made Marks hand clench and the veins stand out on his forehead in his Effort for self control. Ile wanted to snatch her up and Tell her she should not go. He wanted to kiss her mocking lips until they pleaded for mercy but he did nothing. Simply sat the re in his chair while the laugh echoed away into the silence and Jean spoke. A that s she said evenly. A really she Rose to her feet and stood looking at him for a moment she went on. A i Promise to do just that. Goodnight. Would swim Channel six years for Stork Robb Kry Montreal que., aug. 6.�?ambitious Clark s. I. Aug. 6.�?frank Johr to swim the English Channel Omer son 50 years old. Was be tit enc i to a Berra ult 21 years old. Aquatic expert term of six years in the Sioux fails sailed for England today with his prison for robbing flu Sprat t Goren manager Armand v incent. Store at Culver. Bound her to Birn and not a severing and a moment later Mark heard the of it. All her old fear would return j bedroom door close behind Bel i next words were therefore a Surprise to her. Tomorrow i boing Huck to ral year. Closing out Goodyear a Kling tites friction surface belts a Kling tites friction surface belts Are applicable to All general farm purposes where Power is used whether they Are used on separator feed grinder saw Rig or tractor. Dependability and Economy Are the striking characteristics. Now is the time to get your belting for fall use As we Are closing out our line of belting at right prices. 1 Inch 3 ply Der foot.13c 2 Inch 3 ply per foot.18c 3 Inch 4 ply per foot.28c 4 Inch 4 ply per foot.40c 5 Inch 4 ply Der foot.46c 6 Inch 4 ply per foot.55c 50 foot 6 Inch 4 ply a Kling tites end co less Thresher Belt. Volo amp a i of foot 6 Inch 4 ply Kling Tite end co a a less Thresher Belt. I in spun i on i i of illum Uil to Uil us. 4 id amp m Ai n its. Phone 2-408 Mit Chell 5.d. I an left at the a or by affair. Messengers. I Vii i visa for Niet k is. Led be a ass entertained eight miss Alme Mulhall of Sioux City was an out of town guest. A a a Dunne r in Little Girin irs Honor of her mesh. Mihna Lait wednesday afternoon. July 27. Games were played during jul the afternoon and at 5 3 a two n Louk Wood a nth Eway Chamberlain. S. I a i. Friday j afternoon. July 29. At 4 30. At the of or. And or j. S Lockwood a i City. Occurred Ute marriage of course s i per is served on the j the. V a Hier. Gra e Edna to Elliott k. Hath Way. The entire residence was let beautifully decorated with Flowers sent in by Friend and the ceremony was pc of or a a the a Bower of Green with White porch of the Bass Home. The children were All Given an automobile ride after supper and taken to their Homes. The guests were Denise Darling. Sarah Darling. Didora Woodman. Hazel Kelley Fla via i Ort sons. Doro the Boyden Lillian Hausen and Viima ass. A a a picnic at River in afternoon and were guests of Howard Van Benthuysen. Christian Letcher and Fritz Monroe at their cottage on the James River. The party included miss Iva Alexander miss Clara Watkins. Miss Florence Worthing. Miss Iona Lawrence. Miss mar Dill Parley Davis. Jesse Lawrence Neil Watkins and Joe Worth. The bridegroom and Morris Reynolds. As Best Man. Met the Bride at the altar where the nuptial vows were taken. Or. E. P. Hall officiating. The impressive ring service waa used. After congratulations to the Happy pair a delicious three course supper with thaid of a motor boat and in a ,, a Victrola Tho your pc Opte pent a 3,w "t"0&Quot a Quot. C a Smith mrs j. La. Clevenger and pleasant afternoon in spite of the rain. A Fried Chicken picnic lunch and a marshmallow roast concluded the party. Desmet sex the to announcements Are out this week of the Marl age of or. Fife Knudsen and muss Margaret Mcmartin. Which occurred at Madison saturday. The Young couple will be at Home in Chicago after August 15. A miscellaneous Shower was Given by miss Florence a amp Che at the Home of her parents last thursday evening in Honor of miss Margaret Mcmartin. Whose marriage took place saturday. Invitation included fourteen girl friends of the Bride to but a delightful lunch was served late in Tho evening. Miss Hazel Gilbert and miss Bertha Dodge were hostesses at a miscellaneous Shower at the d. A. Gilbert Home yesterday afternoon in Honor f mrs. Axel Anderson formerly miss Antoinette Wallace whose marriage took place recently. Thirty Friend of the Bride gathered at three in the afternoon. Lunch was served at five of clock. A a a gives Lawn party mrs. John Orr entertained her neighbors and friends at a Lawn a arty at her Home Friday afternoon july 29. The women spent the afternoon a Hatting socially while they occupied themselves with their sewing. Mrs. Jennie Dougherty entertained the it of the guests with a number of readings. The hostess assisted by her daughter. Mrs. Edward Orr served a two Cours luncheon. Garden Flower were used As decorations. The guests included mrs j. Petrie. Mrs. K a. Comfort mrs. A. Hitchcock. Mrs. Hersey mrs m. I nibs. Mrs o. Nelson. Mrs keen. Mrs. J. Haynes. Or. Roscoe a tit Rice. Mrs. A Alison. Mrs by. M. Shark. Mrs. Kelley. Mrs. Jennie Dougherty mrs. John Orr. Mrs. Edward Orr and mrs. Hawkins of Stickney. A a a a Eek ind House party mis re pert Gilfillan and miss Loren go Lilan entertained a Small party of friends at their country Home near lot mis Vei the week end the gut were miss Genevieve Farver. I Opal Wentworth. Mise Marguerite Carver. Miss Ardath Loma n and miss Clara Berg of Colton. Who b i the week of her Limiter. Walworth. Celebration of his twelfth birthday. Tile boys bad com to Send the afternoon playing tall but managed to keep it a ser to the. They a i invited to stay Jot Dot i a. The goes c i Iee of a hts family were Johnnie Gam l lawyer no pinball and Byron Worth my. A a a in \ k by in Ina pm in muss Mary a key daughter of or. And mrs. A. Mar key of this City. And Charles Donaldson of Eureka. Kans. Were married monday morning. Rev. John Brady officiating they were attended by miss Helen hockey and Ambrose Mackey sister and brother of the Bride. Or and mrs Donaldson will make their Home in Mitchell. A a a birthday parti fifteen friends were informally entertained at a birthday party at the Home of miss Martha Ellingson. Last sunday evening music furnished the entertainment for the first part of the evening. Indoor games were played following a delicious luncheon. A a a Gilbertson Thorn e mrs. Mildred Gilbertson daughter off mrs. Lueizia Tucker and Anthony cd Thorne were married at % of clock wednesday evening at the first Methyl so Church Only near relative and friends witnessed the ceremony. Or. And mrs. Thorne will be at Home to their friends after Augustio a 917 North Rowley Street. Musicians strike new York City. Aug of Many vaudeville and moving Pic both or. And mrs. Lathe Way Aru Ture houses Felt first effects of the Well known in this Vicinity. The coming strike of musicians today Bride was born and brought up in although the strike was not scheduled Chamberlain. She is a graduate of to go into effect until Midnight. Over Supply of teachers claim dam or for schools eeds Rem Walt of school. First time in pour year mowers. The service began with the Solo. by mrs e h. Hath any. Followed by the wedding March with mrs. Howard a it a woo i at the piano the bridal procession was led Down a in arty of Young men and women j the stairway by a Little Flower girl motored to Tobinus Park sunday Alice Spalding of Oacoma Cousin of the Bride followed by the Bride on her fathers Arm. Attended by her sister miss Alice As bridesmaid. Miss Nedra Berry the latter of urn monies. Iowa after the departure of the guests the newlyweds went to their future Hofher. The comfortable rooms above the Chamberlain state Bank which he had in readiness for his Bride. A Little later they expect to spend their honeymoon on an Auto trip to the Black Hills Pierre s a. Aug. 6 judging from j present Prospect an Over Supply of teacher for the first time in four years in South Dakota is probable j next fall a cording to t. King j Deputy it ate superintendent of Public instruction. Tho condition is due in j part at . Or. Kit v Ikmet. To the j financial Stringency and probable j hard time a almost the Deputy up in j pendent said in do Faun the mutter j a we Are receiving 2�?o or More application for teacher certificate from people in Indiana Pennsylvania Illinois and other Central and Eastern stat. Many of the a Are unable to qualify under our standards being Only High school Grad nates or College students who through Force of circumstances expect to delay their cd cation a year and teach scores of former South Dakota teachers who dropped the profession to go into other work during the War Are also writing asking to be re instated. This improved condition of the situation thought by some to be serious last Spring when Many of the school j districts announced they would re. Duce their teachers salaries has re j lived the department of much worry. In View of the difficulty experienced Las fall in seuring Tho necessary number of teachers for this stale it was believed the salary Cut would re suit in an unprecedented shortage when the schools opened this fall a thanks judge for Fine Cedar rapids. La., aug. 6.�?Cedar rapids municipal court reached the Par excellence degree of Courtesy if Cantty when an old offender War rain Ned for intoxication t Wen a five dollars and p a Tarkoj the judge a thank the prisoner said. The judge not to by outdone replied. A a you re Welcome . W k it a. Sies new York City. Aug 6�?lou Tell Egen. A Tor. A filed it a Uit for it Parathion from i wife. Geraldine Farrar opera Singer on a charge of desertion. It was announced last night by tulle i Gene a counsel. Chichester s pills a tue lha of Urano. Wjk Ash Jar or orm tit for Cut Saf or 11 lit i K�-4 Ssu 014 a re he uin.1 with a. E Kinus. Tat is Al or p. In a it a. V v fir Bettae a fetal la t a i a it ind he allx of a it safest. Always vex South Dot Lotsis Tver weds nails is tacks nails try to out do the efforts of tacks to penetrate Lee puncture proof tires but neither of them get by with it. Rozum motor company tit it i or a tarts mate Wilt i Mitita Auma Mah i a clean wholesome sparkling beverage that a touches the spot when you re tired and worn out. Try High life a a the beverage without a fault. Mad by Miller brewing co. Milwaukee Mitchell wholesale 620 Kimball Street fruit and grocery co. Distributors phone 2233 Mitchell so. Dak. Save the Creme crust wrappers bicycles and sugar free when you get bread hungry the Ordinary bread wont satisfy you. Not that other bread is not Good it is As Good As the Baker can secure from his efforts. Creme crust is the better bread because every ingredient every operation. Is for the one results Quality. Nothing is spared to make Kreml Krus i better than any bread you can bake or buy. Only the highest Quality materials Are used and it is baked in one of the largest and most modern bakeries in the Northwest. The result is a real honest to goodness loaf of bread. Insist on Creme Krust now made in two sizes. Loc and i 5c. Take part in the free drawing 0 save Creme crust wrappers for Sale by most All Mitchell grocery stores Reierson 9s wholesale bakery _ operating two urge bakeries in Mitchell

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