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,•% v *W< • .»>-gfi New 5th Grade the marriage of Lt. Hnel Lttclllft 1EYA*M>dui te^li ' £udt A 2^ ! ' ^fat-^fas&iA j ~fsY-i-» t-iSt ff» naisman of Air ' Force iNUrsft Corps, to Lt«- HQWSrfl Foste* U.s.A.F. of Little £&&&, N. J. at. the Chapel at tiaredo Air Base hi fexas, Dec. 10. "the bride is & datignler of Mf- find Mrs! John Haismen who farmed here before to Verhdale, Minn. Sale Of New ji f . jjk> f , ,. ,1** $i">igj£. Cars Good; 51 1%^ i'*llif ? '"'l^'' Past 2 Weeks Clly — The Board of Ed- ucaHen of the Swea City Cortt^ mUttity School has accepted the resignation of Mrs Donna Heil* land Gilbertson, fifth grade cher, Mrs GflbertsKSn hes^ect,. a position" fit Watetloo where r she will Ho oiftefe Work. M* Gllbertsoh is a senior at lews statfe Teachers College. Mrs Richard Snytier has been hired to take Mrs GilbSrt- son's fifth grade class for the rem&inirig, school year. M<rs Glen Curtis entertained the matrons at luncheon Tues- da£ evening, Mrs Frank Smouse assisted. • , ; M£ arid Mrs Art Duhford of Estherville have > moved to the Krantz house on the Harold Krantz farm, . • ', .Harold and Roger Krantz were guests: of R. L.' Krantz at the father and son banquet at a Titonka Church Wed. nite. Mrs George Harner is recovering! -satisfactorily ,frpm surgery Friday, mbrning . at -Estherville. Mr and Mi's* Merlyn Beckler of Skldmore, Mo., and James Harner '6f Upper Iowa University at Fayett spenfc the weekend at home with"their father and brother George Harner and David, and visited their mother at the hospital. Rev., and Mrs Duane Nelson and Kimberly of Vermillion, S. Dak. spent Sunday evening and Monday with Mrs Nelson's parents, Rev. and Mrs S. H. Hammer. Mr and Mrs Donald Anderson of••; Fairmont, are parents < of a daughter born January 21. Mr and Mrs Cassie Anderson and Mrs Daisy Engstrom are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Leo Crowley of Armstrong, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Jean Tague. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Virgil Preston ?and boys. Mr and|Mrs EeRoy Sanftner of Minneapolis '"spent the weekend with' their parents, Mrs Christine g6n£. Swanson"'and Mr and Mrs .Frank Dodge';>>— Sanftner. . , . Titonka. Sunday evening supper,, guests of Mr and Mrs' Sylvester Kockler and family -were Mr and .Mrs ton. Tim - Doocey. an'd family, Mr ; and •> Cadillac Mrs, Carlyle Engelby ahd family of- Ledyard, Mr and Mrs Vincent Engelby and family and Mr and Mrs'James Smith and 'family of Elmore, Minn., Mr and/Mrs Dennis Doocey and family of, St. Benedict, Mr and Mrs Bernard Hagan and family, Mr and Mrs James Doocey and Mrs Roger Swalve of Brownsdale, 1 Minn.; Mr. and Mrs Jake Kockler, Jpe Kqllasch and'> Hans Kpckler were Sunday nite dihtfe'r guests of Mr and ^ Mrs-..-' 1 George Mogenson, of Bancroft. Other guests were Father Montag and Father Eisenback- er'and Miss. Earlman.: ., -^ :' The W.S.C.S. meets Wednesday, February 4. The devotions will be led by Mrs Lynn Pulver, Lesson will be given by, Mrs Harold Fischer, and Music will be furnished by -Mrs, R. S. Mathers. Hostesses will be: Mesdames George Nelson, Wm. Schoenhair, Max O'Keefe, B. W. Jeffries, Wm, Thompson, Gertrude Beck, Vardell ; ; Hazelhoff and Ralph Chantrill: Don't forget'the P.T.A. supper, Feb., 3 at the, school. The proceeds wilJ'|go^.t6M;he Music Boosters, ' " ' »• ' Mr and Mrs Andrew Hahson and 2 children visited at the home of Mrs Hansons parents, Mr, and Mrs Lloyd-'Bartlett Sunday.: .•', 'At this writing Gary Johnson is' 'imporving satisfactorily at home. His company is still limited and'he must be kept very quiet, but is improving. 45 Girl Scoots Plan Train Voyage-Maybe The f xurkjr-iivcs ruguua Gifl VK.-UUKJ Will take WK«t m«y be their last chance for a passenger train ex- 4Uriion, Saturday- when they board the Milwaukee for a trip lo J3mmetsbuf& While there, they Will be guesW of the Las- |ie Girls' 4-H Olub, an Emmetsburg town i • fc ; * ^ ' New cars arid trudks- bontinued to sell well in Kossuth county during the past two/Weeks afc a total of, 51 new Vehicles were registered in the.county treasurer's office. Owners ar.e; Chevrolet — J. A. Camp; truck. Algona: John T. McGuire Co., Algona; Welp Hatchery, Bancroft; Donald Graham, Titohka: .R,'A. Rohlin, Swea City; F^.J, Ftith, nd ea Bancroft; William Droessler, croft; H. L. Faber, Bode; fi'F. Crawford, Bancroft; Robert Chafee, Lakota; L. F, Weber, Lu- Verne; Jerry R..or. Jaftice Anderson, Algcnaj p. D. 'Dfeyer, Fen ton; Kraft F6dds, Swea City Frank or Geraldine Kramer, City. Ford -r D. K. Strayer, picku Burt; Universal Mfg.. Algona JU*MJ. It) UJAA V \SA OO.J. J.Tl.JLgt> ^A.AgVliO.4 JLUt P.,Winter, Algona; Olive M. Dontje, Swea City; L. M. 'Samp, Algona; Druggists' Mutual, Algona; E.G. Jorgenson, Swea City; Harold Kuchenreuther, Algona; Kent Motor, Algona; C..E. Wingert, Lu- Verne; Ernest Heidecker, pickup, Lakota; J. A. Krull, pickup, Buffalo Center; Clarence Seefeld, Wesley; -J. J. Berte, Bode; ana LaVerne 6r Clarice Olson, Algona. International — Kossulh Imp.,, Lone Rock; and M, L. Bristow,' pickup, Irvington. '...'•Buick —• W. J. Erpelding,-Algona; Duane Sheppard. Algona; W. J. Cotton, Lpne Rock; and E. M. Richardson, Algona. Olds -^- Eldbra I. r Anderson, Swea City; and'Dau's Garage, Al- , . Mrs Meivin Bay, one 6f the fidult leadfcte said the girls have been;planning a trip for several months. When the rumors c|me bf passenger train service from Algona being discontinued, they ihought they had better get started on the project at once. The -girls, all fifth graders, and their'leaders will meet at tho depot at 8:15 sharp. They will Wear 'their uniforms and bring Sack lunches. Parents will drive to Emmetsburg to pick them up <6r the return trip, Algeria Chamber of Commerce Secretary, -Bill Steele made the arrarigements with Emmetsburg' Mayor Nicholson. Participating. in the excursion wilt fee Mrs ttowaH 'Stephensoft and Mrs Eugene Schattscfmeldef, eaders and Mar? Bray, Linf fiuscher, Linda uoddS, Nanef Fox; Margaret Glasser, Shlflej Heimer, Joy Meyer, Janet Me* <Juire, Eileen Reilly, Janice Wafr her t Mary Kathleen Wslseh. '- , Mrs Eugene Abbott, Mts JoHi Schutter, Mrs Melvin Bny, lead fers, Jean Abbott, Gail Bartholo mew, Sally Bay, Ann BohiiHnon Bonnie Cook, Becky Hftkes, Hardgrove, Gloria Joseph, Hatch, Susan Moulton, Leslii Norton, Lynn Norton, Shirley Ringsdorf, Barbara Wicks, Henry'Braun, , Rites Held Here Monday City; Agnes Braun. Spent <ier; Elsie (Mrs Francis Ftencn), Margaret (Mrs James Feltlnger), and Wihnn (Mrs Charles Anderson), Pontiac, Mich.; two • bom, Ray Braun, Algona; and Bob feraun, Mason City; IS gHihd- J*fl, », 1999 Atfltffir (tir.) ' t , . 7T ,.. ... ^ ahildren and Ahildren. PURSE Two Tama boys, Dickie fesar, found a parse JMH« tracRs recently. Trie mtfse coh* * tained $147 in'C«8h/>T was located and ffte given $10 as a rewara* Woods, Margaret Schutter, Chery. tlusk and Linn Tayior. , Mrs* Waller Boeckholt and Mrs Robert "Porter, leaders and Chefi Boeckholt, Susan Evans, Sandra Ha a g, Jacqueline Limbaugh. Cynthia Long, Susan Lindquist, Snarl Nelson, Trudy . Portei', Sherry Price, Joan Rickey, Judy Rickey, Linda Sands, Sharon Sundet, Carol Teeter and Roberta Thompson, Bruno Bruns, Jr., Rambler — Dr. P. L. Warner^ Wesley; and T."Mi Altmari, Irving- J. P. krieps, Wesley. Pohiiac — Herman Franzen;' Ti- tbnka; Cowan Real Estate, Algona ;'>»C.B. -JDevine, Algona; and Harold Darnell, Ledyard. '' ' Mercury •— Senus Isebrand, Titonka; W. J. Daley, Corwith; E. M. Smith, Jr., BUrt; A. R. Becker, Bode; and Olive F. Young, Algona, : . Swea & Eagle By Mrs Emil Larson Educator Alia ) Guests Banquet A group of representatives of iducatiori, business and iriduslry n Algona : were guests-at a,din>- ner-meeting atithe Johnson House here ; last Tuesday evening. Fea- ufed speaker was Dr. Ray Bryan, lead of vocational education u! Iowa'State College. The meeting followed' an : afternoon of conference and consula- ;ion with Bryan and school of- licials and vocational instructors participating at the high school. Dr., vBryan was escorted to various classrooms by Principal Jack Evans for inspection ,of Mrs Franzen funeral Held At Titonka Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon for Mrs .Henry Franzen, 92, one.of Titbrika's oldest pioneer residents. Rev. H. A. Diers officiated at the Immanuel Lutheran church, east of Titonka and burial was in .the-church cemetery. The Swan Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers- were six grandsons, Raymond, Marlin and Louis Franzen,/Altpn Limberg, Ri'ke arid Maurice Isebrand. T ^Vtrs Franzen. was born, Annette Amelsberg at Forreston, 111. on Aug. 12, 1866. She came to Ti- tpnka with her parents, Mr and Mrs Berhard ^Amelsberg 'in 1877. She --was married to Henry Franzen, Noy. ? 3, 1892, and' the couple lived On various farms near Ti- tonka'i Mr and Mrs Franzen were charter members, .of . Immanuel Lutheran church when it was organized in 1898. They retired to a home in Titonka in 1930. Mr Franzen preceded .his wife in death', in 1947 arid Mrs Franzen had made her home with er, Mrs George hat time: ? - .. , Survivors include three daugh- ers, Carrie, Mrs Henry Bruns; ..in a, Mrs George ': Sorinenberg .nd Alice, Mrs Herman Limberg all of Titonka; and three sons, Ben, .Herman, arid Dick, Titonka Those '26 Men* TH* 26 men who served years ago as Arizona Rangers undoubtedly gained more fame than 26 rrfen from this area who went on a fox hunt in Ihe St. Joe area Sunday—r and for good reason. . Tho fox hunt seemed like a good idea, so 26 'men from St. Joe, Bode, Whittemore and Algona vicinities began a search for the wily red animals with very little luck. The crew came _up with one fox and four jackrabbils, according to local reports of the expedition. Funeral services for Henry J. Brnun, 88, Algona resident fnr the past half-century, were held Monday at 3 p.m. hi Trinity Lutheran church with Rev. G. J C. Gcrike officiating. Burial wn.« 41 Rivcrviow cctriotery find Mo- -ullough's Funornl'Chapel was, n charge of arrangements. Pallbearers at tho funeral vfi-e Dclmar Kern, George Ball- aff, Les Huff, Fritz Jenn, Dave Xing ahd Willis Ethcrington. Mr Brtiun died Wednesday, Inn. 21, nt Pontinc, Mich, where ic and his wife hnd'Rone to *pond tho winter Wyith throe of Llieir daughters. He suffered n stroke Jan. 11 and later contract- pneumonia whirh resulted In his death. Henry Jordan Braun was born in Germany. His parents died when he was a boy and he later lived with relatives before coining to the United States at the age of 1(8. Mr Braun was married to Ruby Hough and the Brauns lived nt Hubbard, then at Ledyard before moving to Al- •gona 47 years ago. The Braun's home is located in the northeast section of Algona on a small acreage where Mr ,Braun has been n truck farmer for many years. Besides his .wife, Mr Braun is survived by six daughters, Frances (Mrs John Slcvin), Algona; Eleanor (Mrs Heimer Helmers). PUBLIC SALE As I hev«J decided lo quit farming, I will hold a compile closing oul sale on Ihe farm locaied 4 mll«i north, 1 mile west Ihen IVi mUe« norlh of Buffalo Center or 3 miles soulh, 2 mllea wo*t of Rake 6i from Elrrtore 4 mll«s south then •nal to dead end, then north '/z mile. On . . . . . , '_ Thursday, February 5 Sale To Start At 12:30 Sharp Lunch Will Be Served By the Rerlorm Church. 6 HEAD OF CATTLE 4 Holstoin Milk Cows Old Heifer. Milking Now: 1-2 Year Old Bred Heifer, 1-1 Year facilities :and chats'.with Persons in attendance at the dinjier arid meeting Tuesday, night included Siipt. Q. B. Laing, Principal Jack Evans, Principal Glen Chally, George .Sefrit, Charlotte Collier, Leon Martin, Mary Gannon and Donald Kramer, instructors; President Eugene Hutch ins Robert Black, Mrs Veda Murtagh arid Robert Deal of the board of education; A.: M. Q u in t ard county Supt. of Schools; Dean Barnes, county extension direc tor; William Steele, Ken Peirce M. C. Metcalf, O. B. Harmes, ;Bil Dau, Bill Finn and Harry Green berg, representing various Algona business firms and committees. Swea Homemakers ;met Tues day' afternoon,. Jan. 20 at th home of Mrs Harold Jones. •Mr and Mrs Emery .Preston became parents of a son born Saturday, Jan. 17 at Estherville The tiaby born prematurely, weighed 3 Ibs. 2 ounces and was placed in an incubator. ••'••' Mr? and Mrs Cecil Thorespn, Mr arid Mrs Virgil Jensen, Mr and MrsMlynard Jensen-and Mr and' Mrs Virgil, Blornster of Swea City attended funeral services of their aunt, Mrs J. M. Jensen at the'St. Paul's , Lutheran church at Ringsted., •_ Bernard Verbvugge Has began his work as assessor of Swea Township. • Harvey' L- Larson is a new member of the executive board of directors • of the Minnesot? Valley Dairy Association, New Prague, Minn. He has been a director of Swea City Creamer? iive yearfe. . "..,.' . Mrs Pat Burkness is visiting he: parents in Texas. The Leonard Peterson family W S,wea City moved Saturday to tin house- on the Virgil Bbmstei •f flJ*lT\ Mr and Mrs, Francis Toririfc visited Sunday afternoon witr- Mr and Mrs George Patterson a Plum Creek Elite The Plum 'Creek -Elite 4-H girls met on Jan. 10, at the home' of Ann Wilson. Eighteen members answered roll call with "An improvement I plan to make in my room'." •;• Talks given were by Nancy Ringsdorf, Rosann Madsen, Ruth Benschoter and Anne Steven. HURT Dean Wallace of the Griswola vicinity is recovering from a very painful injury which he received recently. While he was working at a, gun club, a >long metal tfmflwhich dftrpws >Blue i: R6c Became unfastened and thfe arm caught .him in the face cutting a severe gash and knocking ou one tooth. • Mr and, Mrs Marvin and children were Sunday noon dinner guests at her parents and Mrs Floyd Treat. F Treats returned Friday, after visit with their son. Max and family twined several ladies at p^ty Saturday afternoon, . Mrs Maynard Jensen was host ess Friday afternoon to Baptis Titonka Girls Down Burt, 64-26 titonka's girls slammed Burl, 4-20, Friday night'at ,Tjtonka tp ick up their twelfth straight in of the campaign. The win ave the Squaws a 7-1 State Line Conference record- and" UgiHeueM heir grip on first place in UK- bop. ^ ..•';:• ' : ' , • ' ,- '""•':' Coach Lyle OpJieim's crew wi>^ ff and running, from the opening whistle. ; By tlie end 6£ the fn'sl period,' Titonka held -the upper land, 19-8. The lead was upped ,p 33-H"at hajftime and 43-|!) wt the three-quarter, mark; .. Ellen Nelson and Verna Gray each counted 18 points, Gayle Sleper got 16 and Mildred UJI» mann 1? for the Squaws.,Mury McGuire topped Burt with 1J points.' Sandra Bmidt ancj M«r- ilyn Weihoiisen were oul^ta on defense for the winners. There , is a half-brother, G. A. Amelsberg .of ..California and burteen grandchildren, and 23 ;reat grandchildren. , Montag To Head '59 Heart Fund Pat Montag, Algona has been J pointed chairman; of the 1959 jart Fund .campaign in Kossuth county. The Iowa Heart Association will conduct its third annual fund-raising drive during the month of February" "climaxin, with-Heart Sunday; February 2 with door-tp-door collections by volunteers. ; df special interest to severa local--, people is the little 1959 He|rt Girl, Debbie Quinh, 6, LaPorte, Indiana. She is a patien* of Dr. Carl Fischer, husband o the former Theodora Larson, arid sdn-iri-law of the/Ted Larsons Algpna. <.<".Debbie was the patient in six hour operation last February in which her heart was removed fr6|n her body. In March, thirty njinutesipf the.6peration was tel evised on the CBS program, "Con quest." Darrold Mergen, son o Mr and Mrs Leo Mergen, Algona observed^ the operation and wa shown * briefly on the program Darjrpld is an x-ray technician a the-, University, of Minnesota school of medicine. 1000 BABCOCK PULLETS FARM MACHINERY NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL Stntc of lown as. In District Court KosBiith County . No. 7524 Jnnunry Term, lf)5n TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCEHN: YOU ARE HEHE13Y NOTIFIED, That in Instrument of writing purporting .0 be the last Will nncl Tostnincnt of Mnrlon G, Morehouso, Decoosed, dated June 18, 1IM2, hnvlng been this tiny Illecl, opened nnd read, Monday the 1th dny of February, 1H5!), is fixed for lunring proof of snmo at the Court iiouse In Algono, I6wa. before the District Court of. said County, or tho Clerk of said Court; nnd at ten o'clock ;, M.. of the dny above mentioned all ersons Interested nre hereby notified Hid required to appear, nnd show cause, f any they have, why instrument .hduld not bo probated nnd allowed an and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 27, 1059. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. Shumway, Kelly & Frlstedt, Attorneys Algona, Iowa (4) 1949 *M. Tractor With 2 Way Lift • 238 International Cultivator With Heat Housor • 2 M. E. International Corn Ficker • 15-ft. International Disc (2 Y«are Old) International 244 Corn Planter • Allls Chalmers No. 60 Combine 1952 Model * G Va Ton Trailer Wilh Hoist & • 6 X 12 Sieol Box (1 Year Old) » 1 6X12 Sieol Wagon Box And Hoist (Used 1 Yr.) • 52 Ft. International Elevator With Wide Hopper • 1957 Model « 25 V International Tractor Mower 0. International Endgale Seeder • New Idea 12 A. Manure Spreader • Hydraulic Loader With Snow Bucket • 3-14" John Deere Hydraulic Plow Liiz Burr Mill No. 220 10 W Rubber Tired Field Cultivator John Deere 10' Power Take Off Binder • 2 Wheel Machine Trailer • 2 or 3 Bottom Trash Rake • 7,50 Gal. Gns Barrel With Stand Hydraulic Cylinder 10" Stroke Surge Milking Machine (Used 2 Yts. — With 2 Buckets) 12 Can Wilson Milk Cooler 6-10 Qal. Milk Cans 14 fi, Feed Bunk (1 Year Old) 20" M07.-A11 Power Lawn Mower 55 Bu. Steel Hog Feeder 2 Wood Hog Troughs 1 Hog Waierer with Platform 2 — 14 X 20 Chicken Shelters 15 Steel Chicken Feeders 16 Rollaway Nests (Like New) 4 Electric Lamp Brooders. Vico & Electric Fencer. Baby Cick Feeders and Waierers. Egg Washer and Many Other Items Too Numerous To Mention. At Least 50 Ton Of Silage BOO Bales Of Straw 500 Bales Of Clover Hay FRITZ JORDAHL IS SELLING THE FOLLOWING EQUIPMENT ON MY SALE. 1950 A. C. Chopper With Hay And Corn Heads. 1957 A. C. Blower Wilh 50 Ft. Pipe. 3 Self Unloading Hay Wagons. Now Idea Pull Type Corn Picker In Good Condition. 1941 J. D. B. Tractor And Cultivator. 1955 Forney Welder Like New. ' TERMS: CASH or make arrangements before sale. No properly lo be removed from ihe premises until settled for. Not responsible for accidents, sh ould any occur. LEWIS & GEORGE SWALVE, Owner De Viies Bros., Auctioneers, State Savings Bank, Rake, Clerk, M/AWWYWVWWWVWVVVW/^^ Free Brucellosis To 'recently circulated brucel- losis petitions from Kossuth County, h,ave been .accepted and approved' by state and federal veterinarians at Des Moines, ac- cdrding to Dean L, (Barnes, coun- ' Give One-Act Play Five ' Algona high school stu> denvs, Jottu Wilson, Sandra, PHU* lips, John and Judy Oakland, Jean Sires a?cQropa,n.j,§d < Hampton when?' they one act play in the North Central Conference Play Festival ygster, day (Wednesday). ^r in the Tfee LuYerne E H «}ub nwt J^n. ,J members. Richard and Billy Wolf Bristow gave talks. and y,, . • This , •word . ..... , was received on Ends Saturday January 31st HURRY! Don't Miss This Opportunity To Save On First Quality Wallpaper ! HUMOTA THEATRE, HUMBOLT, IOWA Jan. 52 and,makes,KQssuth County the 43rd county in Iowa to be accepted for the federal area plan of brucellosis eradication. Free alfhood vaccinations are now available and blood testing under the supervision of Dr. Henry Voetberg, -federal y0terinarian, Qarner, will ba Started within the next 30 days.' This progranj i out by local coopergition with For The Price Of One Qqrfield Gems Meet tjary 3 the regular meetini CJarfield Oerns was held at _ T home pi , Henry, Harms. " llsudt and judge Q'Brljn larms, To achieve success make an attempt. one must DOORS OPEN AT 12:00 NOON Meeting will start at 1 p.m. We will be looking for you. TEN (10) DOOR PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN '/"< -Frigidaire Refrigerator Freezer -Electric Hand Saw -Electric Drill -Clock Radio -Electric Can Opener —Deep Fryer -^Electric Shpe Polisher ^tfelecjtric jper^olator -^•Solcjering Iron -Electric Members only are eligible tp win Speaker: Mr. Cecil Prashaw of Frigidaire, We are sure you will enjoy this speaker. Reports by the and Manager will be given. ' ' \ , Comedy ~ Ventriloquism and what hove you Presented by Mario Shaw Inc. HUMBOLT COUNTY ELECTRIC (faMimilpi%ir 1 1 11%^ vwywwvwbW/Aw%wwJvyw^^ .'..A

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