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4 Moving Changes Ottosen Area J?eb. 28 al Emmetsburg, -They now Ve 'thfefc girls affd She boy. , A daughter- *tt 66¥tf to Mr and Mrs Charles Bjustfom Feb. 16 m St, Ann hospital, Algona. They now have one girl and a son. . . ents <bf twb flaulheers/Mfs. Krtut ,, , Badger/- MfV ind Mrs." ttelmer , Lenning of Humboldt.have moved to the Enockson farm. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Nielsen have sold their farm to Fred Kam|»er • and purchase! art"a'6rea^e ait Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs; Paul 'Kampen will live on thl farm Vacated by the Nielsens. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Watnem and Jennifer have moved to the Percy Watnem farm from Cylinder. ,Mr. and Mrs", Percy Watrtem'Will m6Ve soon t& a new Metis's they are , building in Ottosen. The new house is located between the Chester Alme residence and the 1 home of Mrs. Mina Wehrspa'nn. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Meyer and daughters will move to a farm 'near Rutland, vacated'by Mr.'and Mrs. James Jacobsoh who moVed to a farm near Algona. 40th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius were married forty years'yago Feb. 22. Sunday they observed the occasion with a dinner at the Imperial Cafe at Bode: .'-.. Mr. and Mrs. Hofius were married in 1922 at the home of her parents, the late Hirani J. BaCon Oppedahl of Ottosen and Mrs. Alf Lee of Stratford. There are nine grandchildren. Those amending, the, dinner were Mrs. Cora- Bacon, of ftlgontf; Mr. and 'MttT-Sffanley McDonald of Halfway, 6r'§gon, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Lee and family of Stratford and Mr. and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl, James and Roger. "Because of the stormy weather, some 'Who had planned to attend were unable to come. After the dinner 'they spent a so* cial afternoon at the Hofius home with a lunch in the afternoon. Rodman Couple Feted By Many From Whittemore Antonio-. It was white ?.\ M m'et up.wffli Whittemore — A numbefcor relatives spent;Sunday evening with Mr and Mrs Leonard;: Meyer at their home hi Rodman. The occasion was the 26th wedding anniversary of the Meyers. Those present were Mr anil Mrs Norman Sphultz, Mr and Mrs George Maahs, Mr and Mrs'CharlesTSchultz, Mr and Mrs James^Schiiltz, "Mrs. Ruth Schultz and Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt and their families. The evening was spent playing cards, which was followed by a lunch. ON LOW COST CAR INSURANCE HAROLD SUNDET 706 S. Phillips , CY 4-2341 STAtE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOmitlNSURANCtCOMPANY Home Office: Bloomlngton, Airman Of Month A/2C Paul D. Johnson, son of Mr and Mrs Carl F. Johnson, Whittemore, was named Airman of the Month by the 506th USAF hospital in Fairbanks, Alaska. A/2C Johnson is a graduate Of Presentation Academy with the class of 1958, entered the Air Force in 1959, and took training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio arid Laughlin Air Force Base, Del Rio, Texas, before being assigned to Fairbanks, Alaska. TWINS ARRIVE Indentical twin girls were born to Mr and Mrs Bernard Bell, Feb 23 in Palo Alto Memorial hospita -at Emmetsburg. The Bell's now have three girls and two boys.' Mr and Mrs William Faulstich are parents of a daughter born Mr and, Mrs Joseph Besch had their infant son baptized Tuesday in St. Michael's Catholic church. He was named Thomas Neil. His sponsors were Mr and Mrs Rex fW*&' 6f West Betid, who wef6 also sup'pet 1 guests in his honor. Mrs Leonard Pompe, who was a medical patient in St. Ann hospital, was released Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Erwln Siems, accompanied by Mrs Lydia Wichten- ddhlT Mrs 'Adelia Meyer atld Mrs Airfeiia Leiniftger'went to the Noah Reisner home at Lotts Creek, W' M ' tne y Bended the birthday p f of Mrs Emma Reisner, 87, at Vr son's home. Mr. and Mrs Marvin Dahlhauser add s6n ? Carl of Mirfnea'tlqlis were Weekend callers at;the 'parental home of Mr and Mr's P. J. Dahlhauser. They were enfoute to Dallas, Texas, "to ttiake their home. Mr. Dahlhauser is a traveling, accountant for the JOhtt Deefe Com- P Mr' and Mrs Maurice Schwint and DaVid and Mr ahd-Mrs Theodore Bierstedt of Whittemore attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Joseph Schwint n Emmetsburg, uncle and aunt of Maurice Schwint. Mrs Bierstedt >oured. • . , Mr and Mrs Gayle Meyer visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Mike Grimm ft Des Moines Friday. Saturday the Grimms 'accompanied hem to Arapahoe, Nebraska where they visited Beverly Zumach. The women are sisters. Upon their return home they had to stay in Des Moines due to the snow storm. Mr and Mrs Butzke, who had taken their daughter Lorraine to Knoxville where she will be in nurses training for three months, were also stranded in Des Moines Sunday evening. Mr. 'and .Mrs Louis Gremert, Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer and .Mr and Mrs Victor'pau arid son Lee attended a dinner at Spencer Sunday evening. Following the dinner they all visited at the home of Mr arid Mrs Merlyn Wegener in Spen cer. As he appfoacpd a Mfl —„„„, and 'signal tights wSrg./nW^b*.. ing, he Managed to get the,, tractor cab clear but the trafler Wai.'Mt in the'-fniddte by CM completely demolished. lei' Holds Annual Guest Night " UlW^ja Mftfrlfc- fit UfaS. spending LuVerne Folks '^ S x :(a a a <g. gt a&^^ BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES CORWITH RENWICK HOMES AT LuVERflE WESLEY TITONKA ALLEN J. BLAKE, DIRECTOR 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) LuVerne (Home Office) , Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch— Relieves Pain Hosts, Feb. 26 LuVerne — Mr. and Mrs. Glen BrayriiBtrd, were ' given*: ;-xai"hous<K warming at, their flew home Mofc day evening Feb. 2'6. Guests were his bowling team sponsored by the LuVerne Produce, Harry Lichty manager and their wives. Cards were played and a gift presented followed by refreshments. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lichty, .Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Jensen, Merlin Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Will not present due to road conditions. Guests In Algona Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch daughters Sonja Rae and her fiance Jon Putnam of Sioux City, Sheryl Ann and friend Don Nielsen of Bode were Saturday evening guests in the Carl Goetsch home in Algona. They went for a be-lated celebration of the birthday of Carl Goetsch their brother and uncle. N*. York, N. T. (Speclil) - For th« first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In case after case, while gently lelievinc pain, actual reduction <§hrinka(;c) took place. Hoat amazing af all—r«*ulUw*ra 10 thorough that luffereri mad* astonishing statement* like "Pile* have ceased to be a problem!" The aecret is a new healing snb- itnnco (Bio-Dy^neO)—discovery of • world-famous research institute. This substance U now available In tupporitory or tintment form under the name PreparaiM* !/*• At all driur The February -Vnlfe LuVerne Progressive Held oh Monday tevefifi 'at the home of MrsvEi man. • • •, Mr. and Mrs. William tteififcel- of Girard, 111., arrived Mi? a weeks visit with his brother the Cfiafles Heinkel family. . --.-^v^f ,' Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. COfcihttefld- ed the wedding of his Mecl 'Miss Mary Lou Cox daughter, of Mr. and .Mrs. Luiri Cox of Belmond to Ronald Olson of Belmond in a 2:30 service Sunday in the Cong tional church in. Belmond. OTe groom just came in 'from KoMa and the couple willjb'e at'homlm Virginia, the new assignment,'-,1- Visitors Saturday of .the'Charles" Hinz' were her niecies'Mr. and Mri, Leo Rosenberg, an'd Mr. arid Mrjs. Louie Werner of Fairih&iit; \Mfiuf. Mr. and Mrs.. Meivln.'Riibly, John and Linda, her friend.Marvin Meyer of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Merchant family of Fort Dodge were Sunday guests of the adies' parents the Frank Johnsons at Livermore. The February birthdays of Melvin, Larry, John Kubly and Dorothy Merchant were cele-s "/rated. < Guests Sunday of-the Edwin Marys were their daughter the Judean Welttias of Randall and-her patents the Henry Kublys. It was a belated celebration'of the 59th wed-> ding anniversary Feb. 17 of the! Henry Kubly's. Mrs. Weltha brought a decorated cake for her" [randparents. Ronald Stone, student at University at Ames has returned homfe He will operate the farm of his, father the late Ray Stone the coming season. He plans to re-entei' University in the fall. : ' Dennis 'Zwiefel, son of Mrs. Laura Zwiefel will enroll March 1 *at the University. Sonja Rae Goetsch and Jon Putnam of Sioux City were weekend guests in the parental William Goetsch home. Miss Goetsch assisted at the wedding of a- college 'classmate at G'ilmore City. Satur day. , Mrs. Phil C. Lichty was host to Her canasta 8 club Monday af ternoon. Mrs. Wilma Tiede was a guest. At two tables high, Mrs. C 0. McClellan, second high, Mrs Duan'e Neal. ' Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hinz enter^ tained their winter card club Sunday evening. Guest players were Mr. and Mrs. Merril Hefty. " -find nine -'bid Merril Hefty, Keith Voss. ,.. Guest Night irt St, Joseph's School hall Wednesday evening, Feb. 28. A poUuck supper pre&ded a . cial evening SOT Ms pl^d Mrs. Mark McGtiire and Bob mann recefvihg high prizes and George Wagner and Ralph Reding, second high, with John B. Reding receiving travel prize. Catholic Daughters will hold their regular' ihohthly meeting Mar. 14 preceded by a 6 o'clock pot-luck dinner. Committee in charge of ar« rangements are Mrs. Clarence Bormann, Mrs. Ray Kohlhaas, Mrs. Orville' Wagner, Mrs. Mark Thil' ges. Mrs. Etelmar Plathe, Mrs. Harold Reding, Mrs. Peter C. Reding, Mrs. Nifk Bormaun, Mrs. Anna Faber and Mrs. Willie Thilges. Mrs. John B. Reding entertained her 500 club .Thursday, with Mrs. Sylvester Wagner a guest. Receiving prizes were Margaret ReirMil- ler, Mrs. John Thul and, Mrs. J6e Sinnw'ell. Mrs. Wm. B. Devine en- ertains the cliib Mar. 15. Attending CA.A, i Guest. 1 Monday & St. BeAedicrrldrn tytWMttf & ^<&ft^Ml8yi.--_ olas-.Weyderti Mariaret fteidrnlt ' ', Mr*. Eugene Zeiftlet, Mfs, •"" .JbefVMfs". Led«Bfd |to Marvin Redlngf,M*aaWlL- dfag.aftd Mr*s,vJSei MRfig, ;' Mrs. Af%ftf'K611Haas s entertain ed the Farfflefette 800 ,«lub Wt0 nesday evening with Mrs. Cfodfra Loebach and Mrs. JoeJLoebaeh froth WhittenWre as guests. R& ceiving- prizes "were-Mrs. Raphael FaberyMrs, ttajf Thflges and Mfs. Marvin ' Kedfng. Mrs. Martin FriderS entertains the club, Ma*. 28. Knights of Columbus will meet Mar. 7 in the local club rooms with a 6 o'clock fistT dinner"- ptteceding the meeting. Committee in! charge of the" dinner will be Al Lenertz, Norbert Frideres, tfoe ftedttg, Wni. Erpelding, Albert Becker, Ray Thilges and Eugene Mertz. The Knights annual Father-Son Banquet is set for Tuesday, Mar. 20, with Ed Breen Of FOrt Dodge guest speaker. Idcussed and will be he. March dahl gave a —,- ¥ ^---. o make a "lap bldf 1? f IT'S NEWS — Wfi WANT IT CLOSING OUT S A L E 2 miles west and Vi mile north of Ottosen; or 4 miles south 1 mile east and '/* south of West Bend, Iowa SAT.. MAR. 10 ark Wednesday, Ditsworth Lunch on Grounds , jfc *^* Stl 78 - HEAD' Head of Hereford and Shottfa&Jj 0 , „„ —- , L ^^i^l^^llwil^lly calves at side; others to m !?Sm- SftlwS farrow foS GiHs to fSow * old, July 4, well broke, saddle and '-* its to * Shctafld 19S9 Model 801 Case Diesel tractor with hydraulic, ; power steering, SlS i tr^n§^^^t Co" P^er- W59 Case mode y i 42* 2-row mounted *ofi, picker £0* blower- Baler - I960 Oliver Baler complete with PTO, bale chute and Mtch used very little; Ciitivator - I960 4-row Case Cultivator, like new; Plow - S model CUT hew style 5 bottom, 14". ractor plow; Planter - S-model 494, 4-rbw corn planter with fertilizer attach- s disc oneners, rubber press, wheels and rubber seed pack wheels; -19loUveM4Twheel tandem ^Stan rioisKelevator, 4Wt. long, tnfck hopper With PTO;-Rotary Hoe- Heavy duty John Deere ^bw'ot^hoe; Harrow^-7 sectio;, Mclrose harrow with transport trucks; McCormick D"*"*^:^ 8 spring tooth harrpw, Avihdrower, Case 12-ff. windrower; Spreaders New style McCorinick Deering rubber tired tractor spreader; 4-wheel Beginning at 1:00 p.m. Lunch Wagon On Grounds i.r <i Season •ta.u4-rM.orr. H6RMAN J. SMfTM Minneapolis' very newest - finest in hospitaliry, food and service . Completely oir-conditioned rooms and suites with FREE TV and radio. Heated Swiaming Foot in garden setting. Holiday Dining Room - Coffee Shop. Near Metropolitan Stadium and airport - only minutes to downtown Minneapolis and St.Paul. Banquet - Meeting Facilities for up to 200. CWIaren under 12 Free Phones TUcedo 8-7911 WX MP 754 W, S. Interstate 494 & 34* Avenue Soutb MINNEAPOLIS-^" Farewell Courtesies A farewell party in the LuVerne town hall Sunday evening honored the Donald Raber, Jerry Krause, Sylvester Brace families east of LuVerne with 30 sharing the courtesy. Cards were played and purses of money were presented as jifts. Hosts were Mrs. Robert Bar- jer, Mrs. A. A. Schipull, Mrs. W. Raymond Legler, Mrs. Edwin Marty. The Raber family are moving to Harlan, the Braces moved to Lone Rock, the Jerry Krauses will move when suitable housing is available where he has new employment. Pre-Nuptial Shower Kathy Anderson was honored with a pre-nuptial shower Monday evening in the rooms of the Renwick Ev. United Brethren church with 30 in attendance. Hostesses were Mrs. Edwin Marty, Mrs. Cameron, Mrs. Bud Hoveland and Mrs. Sanford Anderson of Renwick. Miss Anderson will be married March 3, in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Duane 0. Anderson, five miles east of LuVerne. Birthday Surprise A surprise birthday party honored Mrs. Eli Bager Sunday evening. At 3 tables of 500 were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach, Mrs. Margaret Engel, Mrs. Edwin Jackson, Mrs. Anna Hanselman, Mrs. Mar- lha Schneider, Mrs. Jessie Stripling, Mrs. Charles Hinz and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pergande. A gift 9f money was given and lunch by guests was served. Has \ Close Call Wayne Pergande, San Antonio, Texas visited his parents Mr. and l^lrs. Henry Pergande Wednesday and Thursday. Wayne is a cross country ?cmi-trucker ou.t p( ,,SajJ ( Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kublyl Linda and John moved Saturday t^ the estate residence of the lat« Mr. and Mrs. William Tiede. Unf able to, secure a farm they held a closing out stock sale. ; The James Sloters and Danny of Forest City were Saturday evening visitors of -her parents the William Priors. Guests Sunday in the John Groh home were their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Frederick family, his brother Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groh of Livermore, grandson Jerry Groh of Humboldt. The occasion was be-lated observance of Mr. Groh's birthday, Feb. 18. Mrs. Herman Hinz left Thursday for Omaha, Neb., to visit her son Junior D. Hinz family stationed in Army there. Born to Junior and Mrs. Hinz a eight pound, twelve ounce son Feb. 28, 1962. They have two other sons, Ronald and Bryan! Mrs. Hinz is the former Annabel!^ Miller of Rodman. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT 1955 Super 77 Oliver diesel tractor, 2300 hours; 1955 New Idea Elevator, 42' Truck Hopper; Model .75 Case combine; 1955 New Holland 66 Baler; 1950 SC Case tractor; 1948 Oliver 60 tractor; John Deere planter, 4 row; Case spring tooth, 6 section; 18 ft. M.M. disc; John Deere disc, 15 ft.; New Idea corn picker, rear elevator; Case chopper; Case blower; Rotary Hoe, 4 row; Oliver cultivator with fertilizer attachment, 2 row; Case cultivator, 2 row; Oliver planter, 2 row; PTO seeder, Vermeer, with box and wagon; 2-18 in. Oliver plow; 2-2-J4 in f J.ohn Peere, v plpws; Hay Loader; New Idea tractor spreader; New Idea elevator, old one, 42 ft. Stanhoist wagon hoist; flat rack; steel wheel wagon; John Deere tractor mower, 7 ft.; Case side rake, 4 bar; 4 wheel trailer with wooden flare box; 4 wheel trailer with steel flare box; 4 section harrow; Stanhoist loader with show bucket to fit SC Case; John Deere power binder, 10 ft.; Clipper fanning mill; Other miscellaneous items. . ,,«:„ ..„. «™ —— r loader to fit 3-pomt L 953 rubber tired wagon with barge box and hoist; Robber tired „ with 8 " 12 truck box; 4 x 10 w.agon box; flare box; Wind power post, jonn uctrc^oicci >¥nt«ii »TM{jw« »»«« -•—-.— ;.— ( - eas niotor'; 2-wheel trailer with pick up Box. , i?t ,, . - v , ^MISCELLANEOUS Disc transporter with 15" tires; Spare tire.,and wheellor trailer; Olson,bale'forki pump Jack with electric motor; Lln- eMn greaser with hose; Ma'scalatoV; washing machine; cook stove; 2 farrowing stalls; hog feeders; brooder stoVej hog oiler; tractor ,chams for 11 or 12 x 38 tires; 300 gal. fuel barrel j6n ; Stand; 600 gal, ga^barrel; Steel tank-like new; cattle deHorners;: chicken -equipment; mOk, pas- teurizeri 2 gal.; 12 x 38 tractor chains; walk-in hog feeder; hay^bunk; hog'troughs; il6 ^ati;iuel batreli cement mixer; 12 x 20 brooder house; V-14' and 16" fedd bunks; .dther small items. H '? USUAL AUCTION TERMS-N6T RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS *•'•• •-•. No Property Rfenftve'd Until Settled For •;', ; HENRY FEDDERSEN, Owner • J.IMJU/'.!-' -'State Bank of Ceylon, ^Clerk 1950 CHEVROLET TRUCK, 8 x 10 box with stock rock. TERMS: Cash; no property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. Mrs. Ben Block Owner Iowa State Bank, West Bend, Clerk. Andersen & Kleve, Autl. Having decided to quit farming, I will have a complete closing out sale at the farm located '/» mile north; 1V4 East -Vi North of Rodman; or 4Vi miles West, Vi South of Whittemore, Iowa -> COLDS COUGHS SNIFFLES This Is The Season Fpr All The Family To Be On Guard And * Prevent Serious Illness From Striking Some Member Down. Get On That Illness As Soon As It Starts. If Medical Attention is Needed, Call Your Doctor At The Earliest Possible Time, Remenv ber - He Is Ready 84 Hours A Day To Serve You, So Try Not To Call Him After Hours Unless It Is Really Necessary, We Are Also Ready 24 Hours A Day To Guard Your Health. Call On Us For Your Prescriptions. RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY *"' Sale Starts Promptly at 1 p.m. 1942 M Farmall; 1942 M Farmall, 2-way live pump,,overr drive; H Farmall; 1956 IHC 455 cultlvptor; l'956 No, 444 IHC corn planter with check heads and fertilizer; 1949 A-6 Case Combine with motor; Farmers Friend 42 ft. Elevator and 8 ft. roof section; New Idea running gear With Dultmier Barge Box and Midwest hoist; good rubber tired runninjj gear with New Walsh Flare Box and Simo Hoish 2 wheeled traijer IHC 3-V4" plow'with super chief bottoms; 1959 Noi 37 IHC 13 ft*, wheel tpndem disc; John Defere 12 ft. springtooth (hydraulic); 12 ft. GrahajmhHbeme^ plpw; Winnower rotary hoe; Kovar flexible lever drag; IHC Efidgate s.eeder.; Stahmer fertilizer spreader; Stanhoist manure loader and snow scoop; No. 200 IHC tractor spreader on rubber; John Deere 6 in hammermill; 10 h.p. electric motor (single phase); 300 gal. gas barrel and stand; S-'Z-wqy hydraulic cylinders; 2 sets IHC wheel weights; <heat houser for M farmalli 14 ft. wnlMn hpg feeder; feed bunk; 2 automatic pressure hog waterers; Woods gas brooder, 500 chick size; pressure chicken waterer; watereri, Feeders, etc.; '/a in. electric drill; many good small tools, etc. Iqfd press; trash burner; some, household goods; slat cribbing and other miscellaneous Items too numerous to mention, ''' 117 i«$t State St. 400 Hy-Line Pullets, (dubbed); 2 SHETLAND PONIES, 1 *orrej, 1 buckskin, both geldings; 14 BRED QILlS " Bred to purebrpd Puroc boar, tp farrow about April 24, vaccinated for shplera; |0 fV\IXED CALVES, 1 yearling heifer; 500 BALE* MIXED HAY; 3pQ STRAW, :! TERMS CASH - or make arrangements with clerk before th.JP Idle. No property to b« r«niov^ Mn|irfstti?fi| for. Net responsib *""'"'

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