, »V, I it W0EPARTI1E •/I '•-'--••' '-.•'*-. ^OTl!''jCo*6j>6t > a[i!;iyfr ; 'Cffe6Wiery : ' 1 iftJr -several yesifsV the Andersens are moving soon to RuthVen, -the ichtfre Wflman's Council of the I church Will meet aftefftOofl, Dec, 5, ,in '••-• "• Mes- , , K. K, OHniddl, Paul Mac- Buley, 0. W. Patterson. Martin Becker, and ft. S. McWhprter as ..... Mrs; K. J. Smith is to who has beert manager of the »•• %. We will sell atauction,our .farm located on main gravel road, two and a (quarter miles cast of Kanawlia, Iowa, at,2:00 p.m., oh ft pSpef oh "Christmas." diifetes Meet— The.Methodist W. & C. S. wil. meet Wednesday afternoon, Dec 5, at the church, with Mrs. F, 0 Stow, Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, and Mrs. A. .G. Volentine as hostesses. Mrs. Don Mitchell is in charge of the program. Lutheran Aid Meetittg— The Lutheran Aid society will meet Thursday afternoon at the church with Mrs. Ferdinand Reith and Mrs. Anria Reimers as hostesses. Modern Jiouse, insulated, £8x28 wi(h 16x16 kitchen. New furnace, thermostat controlled. Bath room. Soft and hot water and drain In kitchen entrance for clothes wash-, Ing. New 5-ln.-well in basement tvith modern pressure system. ,REA hookup, With water and light in all livestock buildings.' T Barn 40x56, room for 22 dairy cattle, : and ample other space. Water CUPS and milker hookup. Separator room with water and drain. New r Korok-silo 14x40. - Cattle shed 22x40. Corn crib 31x40, capacity 4400, bu. corn; overhead'feranary; now inside Farmers Friend'eleva- tor with motor, vi5-«f.t. driveway,. Hog house 24x42j.' large, feeding: floor. .Chicken house 16x20. Gar- aw. 14k20. Brooder'house;' 12x16. Machine shed 20x48. Fuel and tool fiQUse ^6x20. (Sonicjof these build-- ings arc, about n<ftjv,.aji'jaialLare-lrt Rood ..state of repair' .arid all conveniently located,) ';'; r v ;- ,\,.;. Clarion and Webster loam, all tillable. Crop rotated and good .producing. Income this year: 53 acres torn 4400 Bu.; 41 acres oats 2200-bu,! 10 acres corn in silo; -cash from, sweet corn, 'flax, soybeans $3692.26, Fenced hog light and cross,fenced. (30 to 40 acres fertilized with manure each year). LAND ALL WELL TILED AND , . 100%- FARM LAND. of •>SW ,:^ : iSecVr24*94-?5. ; .€ounty. : ,.40.<,acres,.'NE,*!4 : Sec 25-64^5.';-,;•'•,-. :-,;-•-. \ . ;.-'-^ ;. LEAVING : : : . For health reasons, we have bought a farm in Washington State .and our present farm, bufll up arid Intended for our home, will be sold at day of auction tn highest,bidder. ,It will be sold with privilege of buying 160 acres and 40 acres separately, or the full 200 acres. Tills wi|l makje someone. a» Ideal home, in a gQQd neighbor-' hood and prosperous Community. Located oil main gravel road 2'/i imiles from pavement, No. 111. '' ; i.' v f>- TERMS . '• 11, 1946. Possession March 1, 19.46. The incubators for the new tfealy hatchery have arrived and Will :be installed soon. Dale Lockwoou was confined ;o his home by illness for several days over the Weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spry re- ;urned Sunday from Anii.a, where they had spent Thanksgiv- ng. Mrs. Leonard Heerdt and son Russell, Ringsted, spent Monday afternoon at the L. H. Ricdel lome. Mrs, Tressic Rinpsdorf snent Fhankspiving at the home of her laughter, Mrs. G. E. Brace, near ' u Verne. Mrs. Anna Leason and daugh- •r Mabel were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Art Leason home. , : : ' "• The Everett Stewards of St Ansgar spent Sunday at the Mrs Mnry Steward and Paul. Macauley home. The W. H. Schwieterts and Willard Schwietert were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Mrs Vernel Hardgrove home. The Methodist W. S. C. S. Mission Study group met Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. John Scott's foi ;he last meeting of the. year. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nealy spent the Thanksgiving Weekend with . Mrs. Nealy's father and her brother's family at Norfolk, Neb Lura Sewick returned to her school work at Forest City Monday after spending the Thanks _ALOONA tfPfEtt IDfiS M^iNES, ALfcONA IOWA MARJORffiPEARSON SWEA CITY, WEDS giving here. vacation at her Ijome Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleich and daughter and W. E. Bleich' spent Thanksgiving at the Oscar Anderson home at New Richland, Minn. Mr. and Mrs Hans Weber : Jr. returned to their home in Chicago Sunday .after a week's visit with' /Mrs. Weber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz. ' Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich, Mr. and .Mrs. Odey Cherland,- and the Rev. and Mrs. Malstrum of Armstrong were Sunday .dinner, guests at home. the J. T. Cherland tm i?jf>te4Sfei •'•• •',••'. "*"r. ( •'.• '•'.'•?•'•''• :.:..'• ••.••'• Farmers State Bank, Kanawha, Glerk . Mr. and Mrs; Herman Putz :and daughter -.Mildred returned Sat- Mr. and' Mrs. Kenneth Graham, Mason City, spent lasX Thursday and ^Friday at the Jay , G. Gra- ham^hbme. Helen Graham went home with them. She retufhet Monday morning, Frank Cleary, El Paso, 111. spent Thanksgiving at the -Esther and Ruth Hodgson home. Mr..art!d Mrs. M. E. Polhemus also httd dinner Thanksgiving evening at the Hodgson home. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rautzky and son John, and Anna >Mieinzeri Fort Dodge, were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the A. H. Mein- y.er home. The ladies are Mr. Mcinzer's sisters. Donald Peterson, of Glendale, Calif., has been visiting the 'Harold Gilmores in Algonri and the H. A. Thompsons, S. M. Peter-, sons and other Burt relatives since last Thursday. •Robert JEsarc-y and Willard Schwietert left Tuesday for Los Angeles, Calif., where they ex- lect to .find work. Both boys received their discharges from the army a few woeks ago. Barbara Thompson and a col- ege friend, Ruth Ann Cook, Monroe, Wis., returned to Dubuque Sunday, after spending, ;he Thanksgiving holiday with 3ai:'bara's parents, IWr. and-Mrs' H. A. Thompson. Burt friends have received announcements of the birth of a daughter, Karen Marie, to Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Burwash at 3ttumwa on November ID. Mrs. Surwash was formerly Ruth Carter, a former Burt girl. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chipman arrived Saturday from Marshall town, where Mrs. Chipman had been living with her mother since last spring. Mr. Chipman recently returned from Alaska where he had been working. The Rev. and Mrs, R. K. Hill Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer, the Nels J. Nelsons, and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf attended the installation of the new minister at Lone Rock Sunday evening. Rev. Hill gave the charge to the people. Mrs. Nels Peterson and Marearet Knudson, Blue Earth, Minn., spent Sundav. at the home of their parents, Mi-, and Mrs. Chris Knudson. The I. W. Nelsons, Lone Rock, spent Sunday evening at the Knudson home. The Circles of the Presbyterian Woman's Council met Wednesday, Nov. 28, as follows: Circle A at Mrs. S. M. Peterson's with Mrs. W. T. Kennedy as .assistant hostess. Circle C at Mrs. Verne Shipler's, with Mrs. Henry Nelson, assisting and' Circle D at Mrs. Nels J. Nelson's, with; Mrs. Loyola OBrien assisting. Circle B did not meet this month.' , Swea City: Miss Marjorie Pearson, St. Louis, Mo., and Eugene Lowry, Atlanta, Ga., were married Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the Centenary Methodist church, St. Louis/ She was attended by her sister-in-law, Mrs. .Gordon B. Pearson Jr. The bridegroom's brother, Wm. Lowry, a coast guardsman, was best man. -,' The bride is well known in Swea City v having been born •and reared here. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Pearson, and a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Pearson and Mr. and Mrs, T. F. Johnson. She finished Her education at St. Louis rfria was graduated from Southwest high and. later from secretarial schorfl. She is employed in the execdtivc offices of Edson Bros, stores, shoe retailers. Her brother LI. Gordon B. Pearson Jr., is with the occupational forces in the Philippines. The bridegroom, a coast guardsman for five years, has been with the invasion forces in both theaters of war. He recently returned from 20 months in the • South Pacific, where he served aboard a destroyer escort with Halsey's third fleet. The couple are spending a honeymoon with his mother, Mrs. H. M. Lowry in Atlanta. All Four Corner club members are to leave some articles for the box being packed for the orphan's home, with either Cora Smith, Gladys Eisenbavlh, or Ruth Harlan by Dec. 1. Radiators Cleaned, Soldered, Repaired New Equipment Installed Chet's Used Auto Parts So. Phillips* SI. Ateona, Iowa 4B-40 Fingers Amputated Wesley: David Johnson taken to the Mercy hospital, son City, one day last week, where it was necessary to amputate thri " fingers. He mangled them •bad, in a recent corn picker "accident' _,one: Roc... „ brough recently" fecfeived ., , from her husband t Pyt'. 'John Newbrough, telling •her; of.: his arrival in Korea. He is ' 8Gth field hospital Coffee and a Snack Will'< banish that Christmas shopping fatigue, jj Meet- your friends at Lusby & Giossi, shop with 1 ease, and enjoy a refreshing lunch at our Snack § Bar.,'' ' ' | H We also serve full dinners at noon and in the ev- | ening. i 10SSI FEATURED IN THE PAGES OF.... •MADEMOiSEUE •SEVENTEEN •VOGUE •CHARM •JUNIOR BAZAAR • QIAMOUR : ' Yes, out of your favorite magazine into your junior heart • • -super-smooth Carole Kings. 9"y, winning, accented for • man-appeal. Dress for the men In Xow life in these .eye-catching, ! fun-loving originals. , •A* FARM •.-They're . the loveliest hats that ever (lonne<l. <itJic licnds of the fair sejc. Fenther trimnied, x»r toiiehiBd iwlth ; )iows .;. . liriniinert. .,.:' •••'*"" ' . " ••••;" ':. ••'•'••. -••• - " or sculptured, they're designed exclusively for you, In fact, a lovelier yout A Large Group at $3.98 i Having sold myfarm, I will sell the following desribed property at the'farm which is located • |riil(B|.west and: ;% mile north of St. Joe; or 3 miles north and 1% east of JBpde, on Others promptly at 12:00 Noon • -'' T - • -. : launch i , on Grounds ' Head of Cattle |;|^wo-year-pld Holstein heifers, one with calf at side, one to freshen soon; 3 cows, 2 to freshen soon. & 1 yfe|rM.^ir Jheifer; 6 eight-months old calves. ~, Duroc Spring Pigs Averaging 120 Ibs. 50 pp.*** ° f Horses 2 s%Ke:l mares, 4 years old; 1 bay gelding, 8 years ' "'-^'i ^swBJj?''**"'- ••'."' •o)i||pn)6oth mouthed black gelding. 400 White Leghorn ' ; These pullets are now in production. ,M, Farm All steel Model B John Deere tractor; 2-row cultivator for ^Model B tractor; No. 226 2-row John Deere mounted corn picker, 4 years old; 15-ft. John v Deere disc; John Deere 2-16 tractor plow; 40-ft. John Deere elevator with speed jack and hoist, 3 years old; 48-ft. Farmer's Friend elevator; John Deere hay loader, nearly new; 10-ft. McCormick-Deering grain binder; 4-section drag with folding evener; 4-sec"— John Deere spring tooth harrow; John Deere endgate seeder; No. 4 John Deere 5-ft. mower; John condition> set of breeching harness; Iowa all electric cream separator; IPOOJUk capacity, in good condition; wJ»e_el -barrow; wooden cream tank cooler; Jkerosene tank heater; wood or coqi! tank heater; Airfield pressure system stock tank, never been used; 10-bus. Rotary hog feei liog troughs; Pride of tilie Fwp'hqg waterer; kerosene brooder, 500 chick size; 20-ft, ladder; ^d bun)ks; Cedingr»ck;4 rolls;of woven wire;6-rolls of slpte cribbing; 25^ ^>ilW*^ jt|9i<;kj|-2 50-gal. fuel ibarrels; 30 T gal. barrel; barrel oil pumper; 12,^ty'j sUds; 212x16 bj^oJ^ef- houses on skidsi; chicken feeders andMi8te,re.rsr45 bu, -UU|wy|bo^ftp^^^>^^; ":^.:^A•'•' ^->:~^- • • -;A;' used lumber; :800 bales otstraw under roof; 10 Ifidfa hjiy; electric pressure lubricating 25 lb, grease gun; w °" -'«~'~- -""-•"'-^^'-^'--^ j-i«-------- --^"--- - • guns; steel post puller and stomper; breakfast set f%#j$$m snd taWe^ible; .la^pj -:«o^ , ¥ Ji^^ ' - • -'••••••-••- ' '' • •' " '•- •• -'--'-" ~ ' fsftfts^^fes&SS-S^^^^Tl^^^^JSfeSfi^^ ffilfSjii-iif-'Kt mm '. : ':-r-^7.'-'-A.-r:;:?^'-.
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