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ENGAGEMENT OF SWEA-EAGLE BOY IN ENGLAND TOLD Swea-Eagle: Miss Astrid Nor- dlne of Gary, Ind., visited last week at the Carl Anderson home The engagement of Miss Nordine to T-5 Wallace Anderson, son of C. A. Andersons, now serving With the armed forces in England, was recently made known The young couple met while they attended commercial college al Mankato, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torine visited Sunday at the Gus Torine home near Algona. Arden Jongberg and Philip Xiooft left Algona Wednesday for Fort Snelling, Minn., for their army physicals. Two farm sales are dated this week the Joe Kennedy large farm sale Tuesday and Garfleld Erickson's farm sale Wednesday. Mrs. W. M. Mather was taken in the Curtis ambulance to Rochester, Minn., Wednesday where she will consult doctors at the Mayo clinic. Keith Leroy Anderson, S-2c, has finished his boot training at Memphis, Tenn., and came Sunday for a few days at the home of his parents, the Clifford Andersons. Mrs. Ethel Evans returned home Thursday after spending the holidays with her son's family, Wm. Evans, at Albert Lea, Minn., and her daughter's family, H. Devary, near Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Holgar Peterson and son Garry of Kansas City came Sunday for a week's visit here with Mrs. Peterson's parents, the A. G. Bergs, and Mr. Peterson's folks in Ringsted. The Henry Groan family moved last week onto the Carrol farm in southwest Swea township where they will farm for themselves. Mr. Groan has been employed as farm hand for Joe Preston the past few years. Martin Gabels have bought the Arce Burger acreage consisting of house and small building and 10 acres and will move onto it Mar. 1. The acreage is known as the former Zlon Lutheran parsonage in Swea township. The Henry Larson Holstein cattle sale last Friday was well attended and good prices were received. He sold 18 milk cows and some young calves. The Larson's son Harvey has been called for army duty and Henry will not be able to care for so many chores. Whittemore Service Men Home Holidays Whittemore: Among the service men who spent their furloughs over the holidays with relatives were Ensign Delbert Dogotch. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dogotch, who had been overseas; S-Sgt. Charles Kollasch, son of Mr and Mrs. C. E. Kollasch, who spent many months with a bombing crew in Egypt, Italy, Sicily and India; Francis Bestenlehner, who had been overseas and given a medical discharge, with a bombing group; John Bisenius, who was with the 34th Army overseas, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bisenius, Sr.; Thomas Kelly AMM-3c. who served on the Yorktown for a long time, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kelly, Sr., and Cletus Koppen, V-12 in the university at Svvanee, Tenn. SENECA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Albln Nelson entertained their daughters and families on Christmas eve. The Millen Jensens attended ;he Jensen Christmas gathering at ;he Jennie Jensen home in Ringsted on Sunday before Christmas. The Seneca high school students went Christmas caroling Wednesday evening before Christmas. They enjoyed an oyster stew afterwards. The Martin Wilbergs and Henry lioofts attended the. Johannesen family get-together at the Ole Fohannesen home Friday night be- 'ore Christmas. The Irwin Classen home was the icene of the Larson family Christmas get-together on Saturday evening before Christmas. This included the Curtis Olsen family. HARDWARE Hot Shot Batteries $|.8Q Snow Shovels $1.50 to $1.80 Barn Floor Scraper $|,H)' COMPLETE Alladin Mantle Lamps / $7.20 Coal and Wood Tank Heaters Oil Tank Heaters Perfection Portable Heaters 10" Vise Grip Wrenches Kurly Kate Bronze Sponges Rubber Belting and Rubber Hose 5-10-20 bu. Rotary Hog Feeders, Dry Dip Kohlhaas Hardware WESLEY TEACHER WEDS SOLDIER IN LINCOLN CHAPEL Wesley: Miss Lillian Schrauth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schrauth was married to Lieut. David Williams, son of C. C. O. and Mrs. Dan Williams of Britt in a double ring ceremony at the army air field chapel at Lincoln. Neb., Thursday afternoon, Dec. 28. The ceremony was performed by the camp chaplain, Father Corsten. The bride wore a white chiffon and taffeta floor length gown, a finger tip veil and carried a bouquet of pink roses and white sweet peas and a rosary, a gift from the groom. She was attended by her sister Katherine who wore a yellow chiffon floor length dress and carried pink carnations. The groom was attended by Flight Officer Royal Woodard and both wore their uniforms. Following the ceremony a four course dinner was served to the bridal party in the Spencer Steak House. The bride graduated from the Wesley high school and Britt junior college and attended Iowa State Teachers college. She has taught school at Palmer and is this year teaching at Sheldon. The groom attended Britt high school and junior college. He enlisted in the army .in 1942 and received his wings in Texas Aug. 4, 1944. Mrs. Bernard Schrauth and Katherine and Mrs'. Dean Williams and Delores of Britt attended the wedding. JOE DRUMMER TAKES JOB IN LOCKER PLANT HERE Mr. and Mrs. Joe Drummer and five children moved last week into the Ted Doerr house from Thor where he was employed on a farm. He is now working as butcher in the meat locker plant succeeding Forrest Christensen who moved .to Algona several months ago. Mrs. Drummer will be remembered here as Mary Weig, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Weig. One daughter and a son entered St. Joseph's Catholic school Monday. ••••••••••••••••••••••I EVERY ONE FROM A CONTROLLED BREEDER FLOCK! 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YOUNGSTERS ENJOY OLD FASHIONED SLEIGH RIDE Guests at the Matt Kellner home Sunday for a chicken dinner were Mrs. Carrie Ricke and family, Mrs. Theresa Foertsch and family, Ollie, George a nd Angeline Foertsch, Mrs. Matt Laux and Edward Eisenbacher. The dinner was honoring Cpl. Leroy Ricke, home on furlough from the army. While the oldsters enjoyed monopoly the young people hitched Old Dobbin to the open one horse sleigh, found a cow bell at the Ollie Foertsch farm which added to the occasion and to the singing of "Jingle Bells" enjoyed severa hours of merriment. LuVcrne Friends Party Cadet Nurse* LuVerne: A young folks party was held Saturday evening, Deo 23, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hertz In honor of their daughter, Emogene, ahd Helen Christensen, daughter of Mr, arid Mrs. Harry Christensen. The two girls are taking cadet nurses' training In Des Molnes; Emogene at the Mercy hospital, and Helen at the Methodist hospital. Approximately 25 LuVerne high school chums from their dass and other friends attended. Five tables of "500" were in play with high prizes going to Reglna Latlben- thal and Wayne Pergande, and low prizes to Arlene Warmbier and Kenneth Asa. Lunch was served following the cards. Mrs. Christensen assisted the hostess. Emogene returned to Des Moines Thursday, Dec. 28, and Helen returned Tuesday, Dec. 26. Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Esmay spent Christmas day at the John Hiri»- rich home in Humboldt. Florence Larson was home for the Christmas and New Year holidays from teaching duties at Coon Rapids. Bernice Johnson, R. N., of Ft. Dodge, was a recent visitor at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Merryman. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lyons dave • returned from a Christmas holiday visit at the home of her parents in Ames. Vick Kinseth, of Omaha, was a loliday visitor at the home of hisj jrother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kinseth. Mrs. Orren Olson and Infant son, Richard Karl, have returned ;o their home from the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wilson have returned to their home in Watcr- oo after a visit at the home of ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Opheim. Mr. and Mrs. Art Gray spent Christmas day at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Younkin and family of Corwith. The funeral of Chris Nordlie, )8, Bode resident, was held Tuesday afternoon in the Lutheran church with Rev. Wm. Trygstad officiating. Pvts. Veffion ToWipklhs and Maynard Satefft have returned to Camp Wolters, Tetfas, and late* expect to be transferred to Camp Ord, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Bernold Opheim have received wofd frbm their son, dorp. Roger Ofohelm, that he is now located in Italy,'and is a gunner on a B-24 bomber. Pvt. German Pflibseh Is home for a. 4-day furlough at. conclusion of which he returns to.Camp Hodd, Texas, to resume duties. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pfllbsen. Mrs. Rex Barron, the former Coleen Pederson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pederson phoned her folks New Year's day from Wichita, Kansas, where she is credit manager of the Wichita Wholesale Furniture Co., that she had received a $500.00 bonus from the firm for the year 1944. There was a family dinner New Year's night at the Justin Torgerson home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Torgerson who are leaving next week for their new home in California. Out of town guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Olson of Clarion and Mrs. Osborne Granseth of Gilmore City. Bode teachers have returned from holiday vacations spent at their homes and' have now resumed duties with the opening of school Wednesday morning, Mrs. Doris Johnson spent her vacation In Northwood; Mrs. Joyce Lowry in Ainsworth; Iva Nell Larson in Joyce; Mavis Vinge In Emmons, Minn.; Marguerite Oppedahl Goldfield and Coach George Bauer and family In Yankton, S. D. The midnight 'candle light service honoring the local men and TOWNSEND FLASH By Mrs. A. M. Anderson The Townsend plan will make it possible for all the people to have good cash incomes. It proposes to provide uniform National Insurance for enough retired elder citizens, men and women, to solve the problem of unemployment in the nation. In addition to the retired elders the same pension will foe made available to those who are unemployable permanently because of being blind, deaf, crippled, ill, or for any reason beyond their control, unable to earn a living. The money to pay the pension will be raised by a small rate of tax on all gross incomes both personal and corporate. Adv. ft th8 , Dight at the Lutheran church rept reseated a candle lit by a member of their family ftnda Mlent tfrfcyW for each tteraon. fhe ehufch bell rung out the old and rang in the hew year; Previous to the service there was a program given Jft the church parlor with refreshments Served in the basement by the Ladles Aid, Hostesses at the meeting of the Ladies Aid Thursday afternoon at the .. .._.. Joe I. Pale, Mfs; Ted Bflkke, Mrs. A. C. BoWnft Mrs, Cewey Mofse, Mrs. E. O. flerkland and Mrs. Ernest Jensen. Following the business meeting Betty Schock sang a solo accompanied by Alice Tfygfltiid and MM. Burton Rood. Mrs. Win. Trygatad Vas presented a framed life membership in the Women's Missionary Federation. The hostesseswerved refreshments at the cbncluslon of the meeting. Auction Sale As my son has left for the army, 1 must reduce my farming, and will sell at nubile auction the following: described property on the'farm located % mile south and 2 miles west of St. Joe; 2 miles north, 1 mile east and 1 mile north of Bode, on Wednesday, Jan. 17 Beginning at 12:30 Yocum Lunch Wagon on Grounds 24 — HEAD OF CATTLE — 24 15 head of Milk Cows—2 Holstelns, 1 Jersey, 1 Swiss, balance .Red and Roans. Some milking now, some to be frestd. Pure Bred Swiss Bull, 1 year old. 8 Feeding Calves wt. about 500 Ibs., on full feed. 3 — HEAD OF HORSES — 3 Roan, 4 years old, wt. about 1700 Ibs.; Smooth Mouth Work Team, wt. about 1500 Ibs. "Simplex" Brooder Stove, oil burning:; 10x12 Brooder House •with 8 ft. extension; 6x20 Hog Shed on skids. MACHINERY 15-30 McCormick-Deerlng tractor, good condition; wide tire wagon, triple box; bob-sled; 2-section drag; 120 rods woven wire; about 50 steel posts; Clean Easy milking machine, good condition; McCormick-Deerlng separator, large size, l]/2 years old; 2 sets harness and collars; Maytag motor; l'/j h. p. gasoline engine; horse power for elevator; hay bunk, 8x16; large size cooling tank. Other items. Some Baled Alfalfa Hay TERMS: CASH. No property to be removed until settled for. Herman Pooch,0wner Ed Andersen, Auctioneer Li vet-more State Bank Clerk Mrs. Lael Root will entertain her bridge club Saturday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Will Becker am family were Sunday guests at tb J. L. Haverly home. The Tom Forburger family were Sunday guests at the Nicl Krieps home at Algona. Ray Otis suffered a fracture o his left ankle Saturday night when he slipped on the ice on Main street. Mrs. Evroul Loebig entertained a group of friends at cards Friday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. Cpl. John Weig, Jr., is home on a 21-day furlough from the Pacific war zone. This is his firs furlough although he has been in service more than three years Eugene Weig was to be brought home this week from the Mercy hospital at Mason City where ha submitted to amputation of his right leg near the hip on Sunday Dec. 24. Sunday guests at the R. C. Bauer home were Mr. and Mrs. Will Hrubes of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hrubes and George of Duncan, Rosemary Trca of Hayfleld and Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Fornamek of Mason City. Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson entertained their evening bridge club Sunday. Following a 6:30 pot "uck lunch bridge was played at .hree tables. Dr. and Mrs. H. U. laney will have the party Sunday, Jan. 21. Sandra Flom entertained a ;roup of girl friends Saturday af- ernoon as it was her 7th birthday. Her friends presented her >vith lovely birthday gifts. Fol- owing an afternoon of games, Mrs. Mike Flom served delicious •efreshments. Francis Becker was honored at a farewell party at the Peter Bormann home at St. Joe Thursday evening of last week. Following an evening of cards lunch was erved and a gift of money was presented to Francis who left VIonday for induction into the army. The local basketball girls de- eated the LuVerne team 48-26 in a game played there Friday evening. The Wesley boys were de- eated by a score of 55-15. Tuesday evening the Wesley boys first nd second string played Corwith's two teams and the girls played the Goldfield girls here. Monday marked an eventful day at the Matt Beckers. Beides being Mr. Becker's birthday, heir oldest son Francis left for he army with the Hancock coun- y group. Their oldest daughter Dolores returned to the academy t Carroll following a two weeks loliday vacation at home. The Beckers have a family of 12 chil- Plllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllim CLOSING-OUT SALE | As I am quitting farming and moving to town I will hold a closing out farm S sale at my farm located 6 miles south, 4£ miles east of Algona, 5 miles north, 2£ fs miles west of Luverne, and 1 mile east of Galbraith, on ,^ ; , - - g THURSDAY, JANUARY 18th \ 1 SALE STARTS AT NOON LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUNDS s I 3 Head of Horses 3 m *~* —i Well-matched team of bay mares 8 and 9 yrs. old, wt. 3500 Ibs.; Chestnut sorrel mare 9 yrs. old, wt. 1800 Ibs. I 25 Head of Cattle 25 1 8 cows, freshened m last 3 months, part of which are nursing calves as follows: 2 2-yr.-old Shorthorn cows; 2 S-yr.-old white-face cows, good milkers; 2 red Shorthorn milk cows in good production; 1 Shorthorn roan cow nursing 2 calves, has been milked; 1 old Shorthorn cow nursing 2 calves. All have been rebred. 7 long yearling heifers, grade white-face, all bred to white-face bull; 1 Shorthorn heifer calf, 9 mos. old; 9 white-face calves from the above milk cows. I 10 Head of Hogs 10 I Good-size cross-bred Duroc-Poland China gilts, bred to extra good Duroc boars, to farrow April 1. (Six to farrow on the same day.) 250 CHICKENS 250 White Rock Pullets, well developed birds, to have been our hatchery flock. E HAY—15 tons baled hay, mostly alfalfa, some timothy and clover. CHICKS Leonard F, Pompe, of Whittemore, a Flyer Aviation Cadet Leonard P. Pompe, son of Mrs. Martha Pompa of Whittemore, has just completed the army's primary flight training course at Thunderbird Field No. 1, Glendale, Arizona. He was previously graduated from the aerial gunnery and mechanics school and has had 100 hours' of flying in the PT-13A. Prior to his entry in the air forces he farmed in Lotts Creek township. Read The Want Ada—It Johu Deere manure horse-drawn spreader with short tongue for tractor hitch, nearly new; J. I). 15-ft. tractor* disc, good condition; J. D. 9-ft. disc, good shape; J, I), tractor plow, 2 16-in. bottoms; J. D. 8-sec. spring tooth harrow, about 0 ft,, new; 4-$ectlon harrow with levers; walking plow; potato marker; Keystone side delivery rake, good condition; Daln hay loader, in good shape; 12-ft, dump rake; McCormick 5-ft. mower with truck; McCormlck 8«ft, binder; J. I). 900 horse- drawn planter, nearly new, with truck, 160 rods of wire, bean drill attachment; Victor endgate seeder, low feed, with grass attachment; 2 single-row cultivators, one a John Deere; 2 wide-tire wagons, with good triple boxes, 88-\in.; high-wheeled wagon, with triple box, , Wide iron-wheel running gear and good solid rack with removable sides and ends; J. D, hand corn shelter, good; pump jack; tractor tire-pump for Model A tractor; feed grinder; 12x16 brooder house, used one year, double floor, on skids; oil brooder stove; chicken waterers and feeders; 12x18 tenant house, well insulated, newly papered and painted, 8x12 linoleum rug on floor, chimney on outside, double floor; 3 single A-shaped hog houses; McCormick-Deerlng electric cream separator No, 8»S, new in April, 1043; iron kettle, 40 gal; covered galvanized tank, 100 gal. 4 50-ft, gas and fuel barrels; 2 154gal. oil barrels, with some oil In them; several 5»gal. gasoline cans; wheel barrow; barrel-cart; 3 hay slings, slat type,, one Wt. wide; 400 ft, of %*Jn, barn rope; 8 hay knives; 2 sets of slip tug harness; several good horse collars, big sizes; good heavy fence stretcher with chain and clamp bar; rope wire stretcher; 2-man SAW, 6-ft,; heavy one-man saw} atone hammer; post maul; 30-ft, endless 5-Jn. belt; grindstone; anvil; other small articles, HAIICFUAI h £flfllK Mouurch " hlte enamel kitchen range, used 3 years f Heatrolu heating stove, nUUJLIIUl.1/ UVVVJ large, in good conditionj Sturdy neater, medium size? Dinner Oak, small heater; 2 beds, complete, 1 mattress, large; 2 tables, 3 kitchen chairs, 8 rockers, piano stool; buffet, small dresser, commode; Pazy churn, wash boiler, fruit jars 2-qt, and l»qt, size; 80-gaI. crock and 8-gal, crock; baby bed, baby bathtub, high chair; child's desk set, doll bed; other small articles, TERMS—Cash, or make arrangements with your hanker, nothing to be removed until settled for, £55 » 9 ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^flP- i^^lff w^Hi" r ^^HW ^v ^f ^ ^ ^ ^^^f ^^^^ flM^^i^w^ t^j^^ijjjf iliWHBlF islp^pp ^^BJII^F^ <ifj^fjf ^flRRp S IF ' ' ir . . ' • •- ' s COLWELL BROS,, IOWA STATE BANK, Professional Advertisements f I ATTORNEYS AT LAW St R. J. Harrington J. D. Low** Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l fik, Bldf. ALQOtfA, IOWA ' W, B. QtTAttTOtt ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 427 AtQONA, IOWA HUTCHISON Si HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW A, Hutchison (1862-1038) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 261 Algona, low*. ffi. 3. Van Ness * Allen A, BrqnsofW- VAN NESS & BRUNSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Heise Building Phone 213 , Algona, IOWB* Qaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly* 8HUMWAY A KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hutchison Bldg., Phone M* ALGONA, A>WA LINNAN tc LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona, Iowa Phone 36V Offlre over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bidg* ALGONA, IOWA L. A, W1NKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Hutchison Building Phone 180 Algona, Iowa* PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbralth Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MEL.VIN O. BOURNE Phone—Office 197 Rea. 1 Across from F. 8. Norton & Son DENTISTS A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence MB* KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Heise Bldg. Phone 44 : Res. Phone !!»• OPTOMETRIST 5 A. W. Amunson Office—Borcnardt Bldg. Eyes Examined Res. 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