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Mdines, Alg6H«, 1owa, Atiguit S, 1S45 HIRE TEACHER, LOSE ANOTHER £wea City: One vacancy „„ -liledI and a resignation given a tthe Swea City school last week. Inez Harris, ef Algona, wa Elected to teach social science, replacing Doris Stephens. Miss Half- . "«s, ttho.graduated from 3ide College, Mil have three class•*8 In social science: and one In .American literature. Gerald Nie- aneyer, band Instructor, resigned 40 take a position at Worthington Minn. ••( Mr, Niemeyer has been band director of the Swea City 1 schools for 7 years 1 ; He and his family, have lived in Armstrong, where he has directed the School band on a part- iime basis dividing .his time between that town and Swea City. In recent years he-.also has had <iharge of the band at Seneca. - All vacancies had been filled Aihtil Mr. Neimeyer's resignation 16st week. Visits Johnsons, Pearsons. i,: Mrs. Gordon Buell Pearson, Jr., as visiting her husband's grandparents, the T. F. Johnsons and the'Olaf Pearsons, on her way to St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Pearson was irom California to her home in Married to Lieutenant Pearson on May 9 four days after he had received his commission 6rt comple- ' S«? o* officer's training at Fort Sill, Okla., in the field artillery. .The young couple spent a month at Monterey, Calif., while Lieutenant Pearson 'awaited overseas orders-He recently was sent to the Pacific, and his wife returned Jpast, stopping at Omaha to visit Jier husband's aunt, Bernice Pearson, former Swea City , girl employed In secretarial work there. Tollowln, ' •will; con J3er»ie§ Vaughn ahd ha? nephew ~* Vaughn tfhr, spent last Week In Des Moiftes. cM3c Waiter 6. Lunn, who is stationed at a navy repair base in San Diego, Calif., arrived last Wednesday to spend a leave with his family. Mr, and Mrs. Milton Bowman ig her Swea City visit, she .,,- -tinue'to St. LbU'is, where she will toake, .her .home for the duration. and their sons Oary Lee and Dale Allen, of fort bodge, are spending part of their vacation with Mr, Bowman's 'brother Herman here. Pvt. Walter Berggren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berggren, and T5 Virgil Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Peterson, are among local service men whose arrival in the states has been listed in newspapers. PfC. Orvllle Molan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Molan, Is in an army hospital for treatment of battle wounds in one arm and hand. Orvllle has been with the 96th in- 'antry division which has seen action on Okinawa. Thirteen Swea Gity Boy Scouts spent last Week at Minnewaukon state park near Spirit Lake. Supt. A. H. Schuler was in charge of the group, assistedv by Elmer Franks, new school custodian who is also an experienced Scout leader. George Guest of Seattle, Wash., ms been a guest of his sister Mrs. "Wary Bravender. He Is advertls- ng solicitor for the Seattle Times nd works alternate two weeks in ieattle and San Francisco. He and his wife are visiting relatives at Armstrong and Lake Mills. . Robert Papenfuhs, of Rolfe, has taken the position vacated by Charles Stone as linemen's assistant to Fred Moellering", local maintenance man for the DEK rural electric cooperative. Mr. Papen- fuhs is a brother of H. W. Papen- fuhs, who farms the Lenander News Items of Burt VicMfy Preaches frtnl Sermon Rev. Roy K. Hill, Louisville, Sy., Dreached a trial Sermon at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning. A congregational meeting tvill be held Monday evening, at which it will be decided whether •>i not to extend a call to Reverend Hill. Postpone Rummage Sale The rummage sale which the Methodists had planned to hold Wednesday has been postponed mtil Sept. 12. 5- Year Lodge Membership. Mrs. J. P. Stow and Mr. and /trs. C. B. Chipman, members of he Burt Rebekah lodge for 25 'ears, were presented with 25- after nearly a week's visit with Mrs. Priest's parents, Mr, and Mrt. J. H. Schroeder. Mr. Priest is in the navy. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nester, Worthington, Minn., Spent Sunday at the F. L. Pratt home. Capt. and Mrs. Ronald M. Elvidge and sons were also dinner guests at the Pratt home. About 50 relatives gathered at the William Batt home Sunday for a picnic in honor of Lt. William N.. Batt and Howard Batt, who is in the merchant marine, and leaves this week. The Orvllle Hoffmans, Renwick, spent Sunday at the W. J. Lock- Wood home. Shirley Lockwood, who had spent several Weeks with them and with relatives at Hardy Mr«, Franc FViftrmt* \A/li M. uriiier w f. Resident, li Whittemore: M former resident, in Salina, tCansa was 40 years old The daughter Wililam Schreiei was married in Elbert, of Whittt are her husband a Donald, in servlC Virginia, Darlene, Juanita. Relatives who neral were Mr. ai bert, Mr. and Mr Whittemore; Mr. Albert, Algona; W Schreier, Milwai Mr. and Mrs. Pa . ranch southwest of town. The C. D. of A.. will not •meet again Sept. 5th. '••>. Wednesday evening, ' .Y, PUBLIC SALE 70 HEAD BLACK POLAND CHINA BRED GILTS AND SOWS 64 BRED GILTS 6 TRIED SOWS Sale at Clay County Fair Grounds on Northwest Edge of Spencer, Iowa, at 8:00 P. M. FRIDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 10 Write for catalogue. Recorded pedigrees furnished. Terms cash This Herd of Sows has been selected from my own herd and from several herds in the corn belt. They carry the blood of such noted sires as Superb. Grand, Burg's Wideout, Dark Horse, North Star, Master Special and Kalo. They are a well- grown lot, weighing up to 500 pounds at 11 months. These sows have been mated to four of the best boars In the breed—Burg's Wideout, Low Down, Black Master, and Iowa Commander. All are boars of the<tMokcr short-legged type. These Sows will be sold singly, anifm small lots for commercial pork producers. If you want sows of the modern type, bred to outstanding boars, plan to attend this sale. AU Sows guaranteed in pig to boar stated and date shown in catalogue, or stated sale night. , ' , year membership pins at the regular meeting last Thursday evening. Maxine Batt is spending a week at the Al Young home at Titonka. The F. L. Ryersons were Sunday dinner guests at the R. I. Simpson home. The U and I Circle met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. MerWyn Cunningham. The (Fortnightly Club ' meets Friday afternon with Mrs. W. J. Lockwood. , Mrs. Jay D, Graham visited at the Paul Wille home at Algona last Friday. Mrs. Jim Smith, Huron, S. D., spent the weekend at the K. J. Smith home. The Ray Smiths, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Tom Trenary home, Rev. and Mrs. Ferdinand Relth and sons were Sunday supper guests at the Emil Hasse home. The P. N. iP. met with Mrs. W. W. Boettcher Monday evening to help her celebrate her birthday. The Woman's. Society Mission Study class will meet'at Mrs. F. E. Riebhoff's home Wednesday afternoon. Donald biemmel, Ed Smith, Jr., and Stanley Riedel left Tuesday to Wis., and and Corwith came home with stone, Minn. them. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nealy returned Friday from Lincoln, Nebr., where they .had been called by the death of Mrs. Nealy's mother. Mrs. Nealy had been with her mother for several weeks before her death. Pfc. Roland Chafee,. who is a patient at the Schlck hospital at Clinton, spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Chafee. The Chafees were Sunday dinner guests at the Nels J. Nelson home. Mrs. Ada Mann left Thursday for Van Nuys, Calif., where she plans to make her home near her son Frank. She recently sold her two houses-in Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mann .and to Mrs. W. H. the train at begin active forces. duty in the armed ill; Nays: None. - Motion made b by Johnson thaf ditch right-of •' allowed: Hutchlnson,- 3.1 acres-.' ^ Udltor \i ito e( Ves: ' lot A RUTHVEN,IOWA & Buford Henry, Auctioneers Ruthven State Bank, Clerk Hot News For Cold Houses INSULATE YOUR ATTIC NOW IT'S THE ONE MOST IMPORTANT THJNG YOU CAN DO TO SAVE FUEL — YOUR GOVERNMENT URGES YOU TO INSULATE. WHY INSULATE? Normally there are two excellent reasons for insulating—to save money on fuel bills and to increase the comfort of your homo winter and ^summer. Today another excellent reason has been added—TO HELP WIN THE WAR. Help by saving fuel for tankers and trucks—for with Balsam Wood Attic Insulation you can cut your fuel usage as much as 20% and still keep comfortable, i HOW TO INSULATE, In these critical times it is, 7 important to select your insulation wisely—to get •"' a product that will deliver the fuel savings promised*-a product that you aye sure will be placed in you* attic in the same form and density'as it W as maje at the factory^ne that is easily and property placed to give maximum fuel saving value. Be sure of getting the most for your money, the great* B^itive fue^aywjgj with Guaram e Balsam Wooli Moisture Proofed, ' Lillian Bredeson returned to her home at Lake Mills Monday after a 10-day visit at the -Fred Lavrenz home. Marian Cooley returned to her home in Mitchell, S. D., Monday after a week's visit at the F. L. Pratt home. John Riebhoff, who is a student at Morningside college, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff. Clayton Johnson, Fort Dodge, spent the week end with Jack McMullen. Jack accompanied him home for a few days visit. ' Cpl. Richard Lavrenz and Lillian Bredeson, Lake Mills, were Saturday evening supper guests at the Harold Steward home. y " Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. W. J. Lockwood, Mrs. G. H. McMullen and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson were Estherville visitors last Friday. Mrs. James Ollom, Mrs. Ed Weiske and Mrs. Howard Steward and children were business vigit- prsi.ln.JWBSonrC.ltyj.Jast'JjPPhu Mary Peters arrived last Friday for several weeks visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and <Mrs. W. A. Peters. She teaches in Elgin, 111. Mrs. Ora Launsberry, Emmetsburg, spent Sunday night at the R. J. Hammerstrom home. Dennis Hammestrom went home with her for a visit. Mary Ann Gettman began work at the Lone Rock telephone office Monday. She formerly worked there,.but recently had been working in Mason City.. The Henry Gettmans have rented the C. E. Sigsbee house, which they recently, bought from Mrs. Ada Mann. • -They will move the middle of the month. The J. P. Heaveys, Sac City spent the weekend with Burl friends and relatives. From here they went to Mankatij, Minn., to visit relatives of Mr. Heavey. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller went to Des Moines Tuesday to meet their son, Clark, and his wife, of Los Angeles, Calif., who are spending « few days at the Miller Vogel took iher Ames. Mrs. Milo Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brown, Garner, and Mrs. M. M. Chipman, who now is staying with her mother at Marshalltown, visited Sunday at the Chipman homes. Mrs. M. M. Chipman is a receptionist in a beauty shop at Marshalltown. The W. W. Boettcher.?, C .C. Smith, the O. H. Grahams and the Wayne Manns attended the Legion baseball tournament at Mason City Sunday afternoon. Billie Boettcher played with the Bancroft team, and a nephew of the Grahams was on the, Ames team. Sgt. and Mrs. Dale'., Kennedy spent Sunday with Dale's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kennedy. Sgt. and Mrs. Kennedy are spending a 21-day furlough hereVa^hd with her family at Mason .City.'-. Th'ey expect to spend a few days here next week. Sergeant Kennedy is stationed'at Midland, Texas. Lorena Riebhoff attended a Bible camp at Lake Okoboji last week with a group of Waldorf college friends. Her parents, Mr and Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff, went up Sunday afternon and brought her home. They also attended a session of the Methodist Bible conference which was held there last week. Capt. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald and children, Willmar, Minn., called at the W. J. Lockwood and C. C. Smith homes Sunday. Captain McDonald expects soon to receive his discharge' from -'the air corps, after which .the <famUy ex- Celebrate Birthday. Relatives gathered at the Herman Meyer home Friday evening to celebrate, the birthday of Mrs. Myer. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Sr., and son Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer and daughter Mrs. Bert Seely, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son Gayle, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and daughters Evelyn and Rosella, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl and sons Ralph and Danny, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Mrs. Ruth Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and son Allen Ra'e and daughter Elaine and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. The evening was spent play ing cards and lunch was served later in the evening. J. J. Rosendahl, Mrs. Louis firaatz Mrs. RoSa Zabel and Mrs. Martha Braatz, the latter two from Milwaukee, Wis., spent. Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Einilie Held enwith, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and family, Depew; Mr. and Mrs. Ar- She thur Heidenwith, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, Ralph Sebers and Danny Rosendahl, Whittemore, . of Alton, she visited with Mr. and Mrs. George 1924 to Francis Meyer Sunday evening. Herman Behnke accompanied Ills wife and daughter home from Chicago, 111., Saturday morning, where Mrs. Behnke spent the past month visiting with relatives. Ser husband, who is stationed at ;he Great Lakes Naval Training Station, returned to his duties Sunday evening. Mrs. Clyde Gingerich and Mr. md Mrs. Louis Braatz and daugh- er Ruth drove to Minnesota Lake, Minn., Sunday morning to visit with relatives. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Rosa Zabcl and Mrs. Martha Braatz of Milwaukee, Wis., who visited with relatives in Minnesota the past two weeks. Mrs. Louis Greinert and Mrs. Braatz took Mrs. Erwin Vaudt to Armstrong Friday where he took a bus for her home at 3enson, Minn., after spending a week with her parents Mr. and rs. Louis Braatz, and other rela- elatives. Mrs. Greinert and Mrs. Sraatz then drove to Fairmont. Minn., where they* spent the rest of the day. funeral of Mrs. .Fred Out*, who died at her home In Storm Lake' Friday after a stroke. Mr. and Mrs. Gutz had recently moved to their home in Storm Lake* Mr. Gutz . school teachef at Congregation ,hon6#«d a farewell party last Sunday. FIRESTONE RECAPPING HERE IN ALGONA In our own Shop Miss Rosela Voight, who is employed in the treasurer's office at the court house at Algona, is spending a week's vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. Mrs. John Waldron left Sunday for Oskaloosa where she bought a six unit beauty shop. She will have five operators working for her. Mrs. Waldron has operated a beauty shop here in Whittemore the past 15 years. Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke drove to Storm Lake Monday morning where they attended the pects'to make : fornia. They are'former Algona.^residents. '.,; , . Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hunt and family, Dolliver, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Miller .and family, Seneca, and Mrs. Vernel Hardgroye and children were Sunday, dinner arid supper guests at the W. H. Schwietert home. Mr. and Mrs. Schwietert went, home with the Hunts to spend a week. Mrs. Hunt is their daughter. home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Priest, Washington, D. C., left Tuesday Your Best Grain Market in 1945 Hobarton Cooperative Elevator Co. Raymond Reid, Mgr. • Hobarton, Iowa Grain, Coal, Feeds, Twine, Salt, Flour and Supplies. J Mixing and Grinding" When anypne in this community Geerdes Implement Co. Phone 84 Swea City, Iowa Massey-Harris Line of Farm Machinery. Nutrena and Archer Feeds and Fertilizers. Twine. When you need agricultural implements, it will pay to see this firm. The Geerdes Implement Co. selected the Massey-Harris Line because they feel it enables them to offer their, customers the mosl complete section of farm equipment and more for their money. Mr. Geerdes is well posted on farm machinery and invites you to drop in and get acquainted. In order to adequately serve the community, the Implement dealer of today must be thoroughly familiar with the mechanism of the various types of implements in use in his locality. The Geerdes Implement Co. fulfills this requirement and carries a stock of genuine replacement parts. ,., * f Th'eir-complete"line' fills the implement requirements of this region 'from' A to Z. Progressive farmers select ,Jheir equipment here. It is to. your advantage to do so. Mr. Geerdes will be glad to have you come in to inspect the latest developments in agricultural implements at any time. You are always welcome at his place of business. Now is the time to place your order for all your needs. . thinks of grain or feeds they think of the Hobarton Cooperative Elevator Co. of Hobarton. . This is one of the most important firms to the farmers of this section. They conduct an up-to- date establishment and' are 'prepared to take 'care of your grain or feed needs in an efficient man- •Ernest DeVary, Swea. City, called on his aunt Mrs. Sarah Wise, Monday morning. Mr. and Mirs, (Frank Sanford, Lu- Verne, were Sunday evening vis^ itors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Miinb,ach were Monday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond and family, Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Terrance and daughter went to Spencer Sunday evening where Mrs, Terrance and her daughter will visit, Muriel Steven, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven, Woden, visited last week at the home of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Steven, Mr. and Mrs, John McMahon and family- Brttt, were Sunday visitor? w jth his mother Wfrs, Essie McMahon, Other visitors there were a niece, hep husband children ifrpm Minnesota, Th> Sexton Uomemafcers m.e§| Tuesday at the home of. Aug«4 KJrsehhaum. The wi4 continue work O j> the wop} Piece? for qujjtg |QP veteran pltais. AU we astaKi to-brjng. an4 tWmble. ner. They carry a full line of feeds which contain the greatest combination of organic minerals, vitamins, quality proteins and iodine feeds known to the industry. Feed their feeds and you will not need to feed minerals. They improve herd and flock health and increase livestock and poulti-y profits. " ' • Their elevator is of ample size to take care of unlimited quantities of grain and they are in the market for your grain at all times and will give you the best price the markot warrants. An institution Of this kind operated under the policies that are followed by them is of inestimable value to any community and that their business methods are appreciated is evidenced by the fact that they attract .trade from the country for many miles around. We take pleasure in mentioning the Hobarton Copperative Elevator Co. at Hobarton. ,. 'Mr, Reid wishes to thank you for your past patronage and hopes you will continue to trade with them in 1945, FARMERS HEADQUARTERS Farmers Co-Op. Society \ and Farmers Co-Op. Lumber Company Wesley, Iowa Your Best Grain Market Coal, Grain, Lumber Merit and Felco Feeds Grinding In the distribution of grain, lumber, feeds, coal and other kindred lines, there is no concern that is rendering a better service than the Farmers Co-Op. Society and 'Farmers Co-Op. Lumber Co. ^at Wesley. Their merchandise is bought in large quantities and sold at prices which result in distinct savings to Working For The Best Interest Of The Tltonka Agricultural Community. The Farmers Elevator Grain - Coal - Feed - Tile - Seeds F. E. Hagen, Mgr. TITONKA, IOWA The Farmers Elevator has a splendid record for serving the agricultural interest of this territory, and is one of the institutions the community is proud of. It has always been the policy of this company to pay the farmers the highest dollar for grain. They sell feeds, seeds and coal at the lowest prices consistent with high quality. Their feeds are always fresh. The obsolete idea of having anything ground up for feed has been replaced by the modern idea of securing scientifically balanced ration both for animal and fowl. The new idea is putting money in the pockets of the producer. This concern's poultry and stoc! feed is of high quality. Producer have learned from actual experience that the best results can be obtained through the use of better brands of feeds and seeds such as this concern is offering. There is nothing that adds more greatly to the progress and prosperity of the community than progressive business men who appreciate the necessity of keeping up with the times in the manner of operating their business. The manager o: this firm is always courteous, anc seeks to render the best of service to all their customers and help them hV'eVery possible way such as answering questions "anc giving advice and information on all subjects allied to their business. We wish to compliment the firm and management upon the service rendered. Chances Are You Won't Get New Tires for a Long Time to Comet HIRE ARE THE FACTS: It is true that more new tirer are »eing allocated but only most essential "B" and "0" card holders are getting- them, "A" card holder* are not eligible. You can keep your car rolling by recapping your tires now the Firestone way. Get Timfottt FACTORY- METHOD their customers. • Their feeds are always which makes them much fresh more RADIO TUBES We can now.supply you with Tubes or Tubes and Adapters for nearly all types and numbers. Mail Us Your Orders Northern Distributing Company BRITT, IOWA 32-33 6 70 ^-^ 4.00-1« Other Sim Proportionately Co* Firestone recapping, alone, gives yonr tires the famon* BeLnxe Champion Gear-Grip Tread for extra safety, extra traction and longer mileage. We Loan You Tires While We Recap Yours If Your Tires Cannot ,„ and Ut Us Help u Make Out an * - N«W Tire Certificate Application for a -w ^ terthefl CHAMPION Stays Safer Lorgerl for the DELU The Tire That HUXTABLE Tirestone Store . YH SH Jot Mftr h Mita** . ,-. r« * J M M*, valuable for livestock and poultry. A concern of this kind is valuable to the farmers of this community as it has saved them thousands of dollars on this class of merchandise. AU farmers and poultry raisers are welcome to make this place their headquarters. All market prices are to be had promptly and any advice is cheerfully given on feed problems. The Farmers Co-Op. Society and Farmers Co-Op, Lumber Co. is an absolute reliable concern as it has been in business for many years. You can't go wrong when you rely on their advice as they keep thoroughly posted on every phase of their business. They have many friends among the farmers in this section and are • alway courteous and accommodating. , ,, Greenville, Vlyj hsyefbeen »f the Algona Stores Close • * .I Kossuth County s Fair . v ... ^ tf >|> 1 *,*"*' Afternoon, August 2? • All day, Labor W An Mhr k TAILORED TWILt Jotm Miller's rayon Twill clasfic in bright autumn colpr*, fang sle&w and tow gold buttons marching down the front mafcf a picture of tailored perfection* Kick pleats fore'noft and« smooth^ leather belt . f, . . a Fore finith rayon t»>W in brown, mvy t zed of green* §ii«t £ fo W. About?19,9Q , ,\ r« *.* A VYVMi

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