SADDLE CLUB IN SWEA-EAGLE HAS 150 MEMBERSHIP Swea-Eagle: The community Saddle club 'held a meeting at the Legion hall Friday night. After a business and social hour lunch was served. Martin Gable is club president; Virgil Moore, vice president, and Paul Becker, secretary- treasurer. The club this year will be governed toy a board of six directors who are Virgil Moore of Seneca, Red Johnson of Ledyard. Edwin Stattleman of Titonka, Leslie Jenson of Fenton, Paul Becker and Martin Gable. The club was started two years ago and saddle horse riding has grown into a great sport. In their weekly meets 'they have drills, contests, fancy riding and rodeo Bhows. The club had its show grounds on the Evans farm two miles 'west of Swea City but the Evans have moved to town and the ground is no longer available. A new site will soon be had. Membership in the club last year •was 150. Mrs. R. Green of Plover visited last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Thompson. Geo. McGregor of Deer Lo'ige, Montana, is visiting his brother, Fred McGregor, and sister, Mrs. Wm. Christensen. Mrs. Joe Preston drove a carload of youngsters to the Mason City music contest Friday. Th« Preston's daughter Nina entered a trombone solo. Lois and Jeanne Looft, stu* dents at Northwesterff Sible school, Minneapolis, were week' end visitors at ithe home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft. Mrs. Roger Linde is a patient at the General hospital, Algona. E. E. Thompson returned after two weeks stay for treatment at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Last Sunday afternoon a large number of friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Thorson to .congratulate them on their 35th wedding anniversary. A luncheon was served at 4 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Looft are parents of a daughter born Tuesday, April 24, at the Forbes hos* pital. The mother is the former Dorothy Sanders, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sanders. This is the couple's first child and Wm. Sanders' first grandchild. The Loofts are employed at the Elmer Kollasch farm. N. A. Pingel, Ledyard, Bruised In Runaway Ledyard: On Thursday N. A. Pingel had a very narrow escape when 'his horses became excited and ran away. Mr. Pingel seeing that he would be thrown between the horses, jumped backward ard his entire right side was badly bruised. X-rays were taken and no toones were found broken. Will Your Brakes Pass Inspection? Our local Police Department, cooperating with the police of the nation in the National "Check Your Brakes" Program, urges all motorists to keep brakes in safe operatng condition. DON'T GAMBLE WITH BRAKES To give you protection, your Ford brakes should stop your car completely within 30 feet, when traveling at 20 miles per hour. BE SURE AND BE SAFE If you are not sure of your brakes, bring your car to us for a brake test. The test takes only a minute and might save you much time and expense later on. GENUINE FORD PARTS- SERVICE PREFERENCE Brake service gets top preference in our shop. And you'll get genuine Ford materials installed by trained Ford mechanics, We welcome this opportunity to cooperate xvith the police ol the nation in the National "Check Your Brakes" Program. Kent Motor Company Algona, Iowa Phone 434 17-13 . Sorensen Specials . Blended Syrup (like sorghum) £ gal. 98c Armours Peanut Butter qt. 45C Fresh Pineapple each 43C Fresh Frozen Pineapple lb. 398 Fresh Frozen Raspberries lb. 43G V-Bee Gingerbread Mix 2 P k S s - 25G Fresh Fig Bars 2 lbs - 49c Sno Sheen Cake Flour .pkg. 20C Raisin Bran Flakes pkg. | |c Big Ben Laundry Soap, Ig. bars 5 for No. 1 Early Ohio Seed Potatoes bag Fresh Peas, Cauliflower, Asparagus, Celery, Head Lettuce, Leaf Lettuce, Cucumbers, Green Onions, Radishes, Tomatoes, New Cabbage, Carrots, Yams, Strawberries, Regular Grapefruit, Florida and California Oranges, Lemons, Limes. Home Dressed Spring Fries lb, 43c Fresh Side Pork, 7 pts, lb. 20C Rib Boiling Beef, 2 pts. ... lb. 20c A Grade T-Bone Steaks, 10 pts. lb. 43c Armour's Treet, 6 pts, can 35c Cottage Cheese lb. |8c FISH 'Turn In Your Waste Fat and get 4c a pound and 2 Red Points a pound. Sorensen Grocery Co Deliveries Tuesday and Friday Phones 138—139 LUTHERAN CHURCH AT LOTTS CREEK HAS ANNIVERSARY Lotts Creek: immanuel Lutheran church here will observe its 70th anniversary on next Sunday, May 6, with two services. Rev. Geo. Kupke of Garner will deliver the sermon at tiie morning service beginning at 10:30. The afternoon service will be- gln at 2:45. President Ad. Schwidder of Fort Dodge will oc^ ctipy the pulpit. A brief history in .leaflet form is being prepared by Rev. A. F. Otto. It was indeed a monstrous task as many records in the first years of dts origin had been destroyed by the two tornados which passed through here in 1882 and 18&8. Wm. Bell and daughter Wilma find Mrs. <tefry Sprong and daughter Barters of "WeSt fieftd g^ftt Sunday aftefnoott at the hoffie of •Mr. and Mrs. Elmef Pijahft, The Wm. Stomachs, £ ted Meyers, Herbert flotwitas fittd IfVitt Mittag spent Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and MfS. Al* vin Potrati to help Alvln celebrate his birthday which was that day. Mr. and Mrs. .Walter Nielson, Roger and Margaret of Portland, Ore., came last Sunday for 1 a Visit at the home of Mrs. Ntelson's parents, Mr. and iMrs. E. H. Luedtke. Mi 1 . Nielsen Went to Fort Snelling for his physical last week. A. Lusman and Darlene tendered Mrs. Lusman a surprise birthday party Sunday evening. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bggerllng and family of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behhke and Mr, and Mrs. W. CJ. Brace and tfamily of Whiftemore, and Supt. and Mrs. H. F. C. Mueller. UNION TOWNSHIP 4-H GIRLS CLUB BEING REVIVED Union: A 4-H girls' club is being revived in Union. Mrs. Walter Weisbrod, assisted by Mrs. John Gisch, called a group of girls who met at the Gisch home last Saturday afternoon and six girls were present, Mary McKim, Leila Rutledge, Naomi Smith and her sister, Rachael Weisbrod and Joan Bode. Any girl in Union over 12 will 'be eligible and the leaders would like to get in toucli with any who wish to join at this meeting. Curtains were studied and at the next meeting the girls will be taught to make an edging. The project this year is hdme furnishings. The girls played singing games that are to be studied this year. Lunch was served by Mrs. Gisch. The next meeting will be may 26 at the Weisbrod home. Election of officers will be held and a name for the club chosen. Mrs. Floyd Gardner is spending this week with her son Donald and family at Sargent, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch and two children spent Sunday at the Frank Mescher home in Bancroft. The Union Mothers and Daughters club will hold their annual Mother's day itea at the Good Hope community room May 10. Grandma Will and daughter Rose were Sunday callers at the Rudolph Will home. On Monday Mrs. Rudolph Tietz was a caller. She is a niece of Mrs. Will. 2nd Lt. W m . Batt, Burl to School In France Burt: In a recent letter to his parents, Junior Batt informs them he is near Paris "taking a refresher course ior 'battle commissioned officers. Trained at Fort Lewis, Wash. ; Shreveport, La., and Camp Phillips, Kan?., he was a corporal with an^'anti-tank company' and on Infantry day, June 15, 1944 a\ Fort Riley, Kans., Junior was one of a few who received the Expert Infantry Badge and was decorated by Maj. Gen. Anderson of the 7th Service Command. Arriving in France in September, 1944, he missed his brother Richard by just a few days and a few miles. After 138 days on line he received his commission on March 19. He hopes to visit Paris before he goes back to tho front. ' His brother Daryl is now with the 42nd division in Germany. Another brother, Howard, with •the merchant marine, has just completed another trip across the Atlantic. WESLEY NEWS Don Kinniard, who went to Jefferson Barracks, Mo., last week for pre-inductjon exams, became ill with pleurisy and was taken to a Marshalltown hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Flora of Algona, Mrs. Alva Barnes of Dey Moines and Mrs. Scott Palmer of Knoxville were Sunday guests at the Clarence Swedin home. Mrs. Johanna Hansen, who lives with her daughter Laura in Des Moines is spending a few weeks here at the home of another daughter, Mrs. Paul Engen and family. Lt. Robert Studer was transferred to Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana, last week and is in the 7th Ferrying Group of the 557th base Unit. He had completed the three weeks processing at Santa Ana, Calif. Paul Riggs wrote his parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs, that he has been issued cold weather clothes and expects to be sent to the European war area. He had been at Camp Wolters, Texas, but is now in New York. Mr. and Mrs Albert Neuroth received word last week from their son Zeno that he was now in a hospital in Virginia. He was wounded in France last summer and has been hospitalized most of the time since Aug. 1. Mrs. Delmar Pommerening and three children of St. Paul came Saturday night for a few weeks visit at her parental Ed Hildman home and at the home of her sister, Mrs. Robert Kain and family of Sexton. Delmar was inducted into the army last week. Mary Adine Kunz, who attends a kindergarten school in Chicago, and June Adel Kunz who has been employed by the FBI in Florida, came to visit their mother, Mrs. Marie Kunz, who last week got word from the War Department that her son Junior was missing in action over Italy April 9. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer received word from their son John lately saying that he has been in a hospital in England since April 1 but that he had not been wounded. He was a German prisoner for three months before being liberated. Ralph Bauer is now 'taking infantry 'training in France. LuVerne Musicians Rate In Contest LuVerne: Twelve members from the high school attended the state music contest which was held in Mason City from Thursday' until Saturday. A first rating in the national contest was received by Richard Steussy for his saxophone solo and a first rating in the state contest was received by Kenneth Wittentourg for his bass solo. Second ratings were received by Donna Saruford, trombone solo, Harley Brayton student conducting, Phyllis Swanson, flute solo, Nadine Wittenburg, saxophone solo, Wayne Sorenson, clarinet solo, Janet Miller, bell lyre solo, and the B flat clarinet quartet which is composed of Donna Dehnert, Wayne Sorenson, Maynard Henderson and Harriet Nelson. Stephanie Cowling, music instructor, accompanied the group to Mason City. Mrs. Carl Goetsch Heads LuVerne Club LuVerne: The J. J. club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bernard Wolf. A play entitled "V-Day" was presented by Mrs. Irvin Chapman, Mrs. Arnold Hjelle, Mrs. C. W. Cote and Mrs. Lewis Wilden. Mrs. Herman Schulz and Mrs. Irvin Chapman read articles on "Post War Trends." Roll call was answered by giving a suggestion for a better world. There was also election of officers at this meeting as follows: President, Mrs. Carl Goetsch; vice president, Mrs. Henry Lichty; secretary, Mrs; Cecil Baker, and treasurer, Mrs. Andrew Neilson. Lunch was served by "the hostess at the close of the afternoon. The next meeting will be on May 11 at the country home of Mrs. Paul Phillips. ^ ' "i Beautiful, care-free floors are yourt witK "61"; resistant to wear and water; SAFE, not slippery I "61" floors require no attention for years, other than ordinary cleaning. ' Cowan Bldg Supply Co, Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA VISIT SUHHY HOME STOCK FARM and look over the young prospects we would be delighted to show you. Look over their sires and dams and study them. Check their breeding background and know what you are doing. By breeding and selection we have built up a breeding herd that represents the best in Milking Shorthorn quality and bloodlines. You Can the Judge! It will be a pleasure to show you our herd. !,asi month pur herd averaged 39.7 lbs. ol buttwfat. Some Bulls for Sale at Present HILMER H. URSEN >, IOWA- 34 LUVERNE JUNIOR- SENIOR BANQUET HELD THURSDAY LuVerne: the annual jttnlac- senlor banquet was- held in the gymnasium Saturday evening, April 21. The •them* used was "The Last Round Up." The tables were set in a -typical ranch house which was built on the gyih flob*. Cowboy hats were made fof hut cups, and favors were srtifill gurt holsters. Paper horse shoes were used as place cards. *M6 colors used to decorate the tables and ranch house were yellow and blue. Large bouquets of red and White carnations served a* centerpieces. The Band Mothers served the banquet which consisted of bull dogger's fruit cup (cocktail), little doggie (swiss Steak), potatoes a la cowpuncher (mashed potatoes and gravy), tumbleweeds (corn), cactus salad, flapjacks and saddle soap (rolls and toutter), ranger's delight (cherry pie a la mode), spur prick (coffee) and- buck shot (nuts). A short program followed the dinner. Harley Brayton gave the welcome "Ain'it You Glad You Game"; response, "Leave Me With My Lariet" by Erna Eustace; "Open Odds and Ends" (jokes) by Miss Roland; "Night On the Plains" (high school difficulties) by Darrell MoedingJ Oaucho song "There's Nobody Home on the Range", vocal solo by Maynarr Henderson; "Touch of Texas" (faculty members) by Dale Brayton; "Haughty Hereford" (cow- cow boogie) piano solo by Stephanie Cowling; "Embers and Ashes" (reminiscence) by Dorothy Wicklow; "Trail Blazer" (oui 1 school) 'by Donna Dehnert; "Ragtime Cowboy Joe" duet by Donna for the overwhelming response to out- opening last week-end.. We appreciate the many fine tilings yoa said ftbofli our new store, and we assure ym tlint we will bflhg you the best In service titid jnerchftiidlse ftt rensotiable prices, We hope you wilt mnkc this your 8toro«lioitie. Thank yon sincerely. FREE! Three Gallon Waterer with each CHICKEN BROODER Either electric or oil .burning. Come in now and see them. 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