4-Alfldn< (la.) Upper 5i* M«ln«» Thursday, December 15, I95S Pf»y///s Kauftman Bride Of Roger Oshorn, Dec. 21 lis Kauffman was a guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower Saturday, Nov. 26, at the Seneca School. Hostesses were M e s d a m e s Henrietta Thompson, Margie and Rosie, Olaf Oftedahl, Dorothy and Lorraine, Leo Crowley and Mary Lou Simpson, C a s s i e Klocko and Margaret, Herman Gable and Sandra, Ray Gardner, Norbert Thilges, Elmer Hanish and Carol, Carl Nielsen, Margaret and Dorothy, Maynard Hurlburt and Carol, Leo Guerdet and Waunita, Christina Swanson and Donna Joan and Mrs Virgil Moore. Mrs Norbert, Thilges announced the program which consisted of a solo, by Renee Vocttler. n reading by Margaret Fischer and a ballet dance number presented by Joan Benson, Sandy Thilges, Ila Mae Behrends and Linda Kracht, directed by Mrs Jolley. The bride to be was then presented with many beautiful and useful gifts. DAVIS 'Good Luck" BAYBERRY CANDLES Fri., Saf., and Monday Assisting the honored guest in the opening of the gifts were LaVelle Kauffman, Pat Ward of San Diego, Calif., who is Phyllis' roommate at Simpson College, Margaret Fischer, Beverly Odin, and Sharon Klein. When the gifts had been opened Mrs Henrietta Thompson presented the honored guest with a corsage made from the ribbons, which had been on the packages. Phyllis is to become the bride of Roger Osborn on Wednesday evening, Dec. 21, at the M. E. Church at Fenton. Limit 2 Pair to i Cuitomer Pair < A famous old symbol of good luck inherited from the earliest settlers. Legend has if that burning these candles during Yuleiide Season brings wealth and good fortune throughout the New Year. Wax rendered from fruit of New England Boyberry plant. Two smartly tapered deep green candles come in gift box ,— ready for moiling if you wish. Christmas gift card included reading "Boyberry Candles . . . burned to the socket, Bring luck to Ihe house . . . ond gold to the pocket." Thousands hove been sold each year for as much as $1 a pair. Buy for yourself or give as gifts at this super special price. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Mr and Mrs Bill Amon Seneca Homemakers The Seneca Homemakers group met al the home of Mrs Everett Witham last week, Tuesday afternoon with Mrs John Johannescn as co-hostess, The meeting was called to order by the chairman, Mrs Ted Jensen. Mrs Lylc England reported on a book, "Onions in the Stew" after which Mrs John Struecker gave a very interesting report on World Trade. Mrs Claude Johnson demonstrat* ed Christmas gift wrapping. The next meeting will be held at the Seneca School on Wednesday, Dec. 28 with Mesdames Claude Johnson and Elmer Hanish as hostesses. Attend Child's Funeral Mrs Alfred Petersen and daughter Alice attended the funeral of the former's niece,' Rosalie- Adams, 3'year old daughter of Mrs Esther Adams of Clare, la., on Wednesday, Nov. 23. Little Rosalie who had been enjoying best of health, seemingly, became suddenly ill at .2 o'clock Monday morning. She was immediately rushed to a Fort Dodge hospital but died before they could get. her there. Death was attributed to a cerebral brain hemorrhage. Rosalie was a granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Woodbecl;, former Seneca residents with whom she and her mother were making their home. She was an only child. Mrs Anna Erbal, who had .spent three weeks visiting at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs P. H. Petersen returned recently to her home in Chicago. Mr and Mrs Alfred Peterson took her to Fort Dodge where she took a train for Chicago Mr and Mrs Melvin Madsen spent the Thanksgiving weekend with friends in Nebraska. Mr and Mrs Wayne Wilbcrg and children of LaPorte, Ind., spent the Thanksgiving weekend at the parental Martin Wilberg home. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg and family,. Mr and Mrs .Wayne WnbS?g«and children of LaPorte, Ind., Mr and Mrs Harry Vahl- dieck of Wallingford, Mr and Mrs Marvin Wilberg of Estherville, Mrs Anna Presthus of Algona, Donald Wilberg and, Doreen Zeites of Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Johannesen and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Johannesen and family and Mr and Mrs Henry Looft, Jack and, David were Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the Tilda Johannesen home. Sig Loge, Lawrence Johanne- scn and a brother and brother-in- law of Mr Loge speni several days attending the International CONVERT YOUR GRAINS TO SOLID MEATY GAINS "As Much As $9.00 Savings Per lOOLbs. Gain" MINRAL MEAL Corn savings now pay off more than ever! And you can get fust class RESULTS with your hogs on Sargent Min- ral Mi.-al. Jesuits on corn .savings are greatest with proper supplementing. Tests prove that you can save up to 6 bushels ol corn per 100 pounds gain, compared to ordinary corn f> •-..i:!iy. That ci"< normal corn costs in half. If corn is $1.50. you can sa\v up to S9 cash per 100 pounds of gains. On a 200 pound hog, that adds up to $13. ^Sargent Mmral Meal gets such big corn savings RESULTS, b.-rau^e it has the genuine pork building ingredients. Blend* the.-e imp a great money-saving hog suppk-ment. .Sar/;i..-ul Mnual Meal has vitamins, proteins and minrals pl<o extra factor.s. On Mima! Meal, hogs just natuially make a healthy, profitable finish. 4 Big Meat-Building Supplements All In One Bag — All At One Low Price On Sale Also Al Algona Flour & Feed Co. Sargent & Co "Makers of Famous Sargent Feeds" Livestock Exposition in Chicago. Jerry L. Wilberg, son of Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg, who wa.s graduated from recruit training, Nov. 28, at the Naval Training Center at Great Lakes, 111., arrived home Tuesday afternoon for a two week's leave with home folks. Jerry will report at a base in Oklahoma where he will attend a service school. Mr and Mrs Grondhov and sons of Scarville were weekend visitors at the home of the former's brother, the Harold Grondhovs at Seneca. Mrs Frank Meyers. Mrs Wm. Dorsey, Mrs Martin Wilberg and Mrs Henry Looft attended a 4-H Leaders training school held at the Bancroft Public School Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Lawrence Johannesen attended a similar meeting at Algona on Monday afternoon. Hi Jinks * * * * Devoted to "Behind The Scenes" Hems From Algona High School. The victory bell got a somewhat unexpected workout last week when several members of the overjoyed school board decided that the passage of the school bond issue was a victory worth proclaiming. « * • Speaking of the victory bell, it sounds a little under the weather these days. Perhaps it's because the basketball team keeps making it work up a sweat whenj it's outside in the cold and snow. * * * For those attending the Boy Scout Court of Honor at the high school last Wednesday who were impressed with the formal attire of the AHS Pep Band, that was the first and last time for such an extravaganza, barring an appearance of natural phenomena and or the Symphonettes. « • * The big Annual Sales Thermometer Contest, '.in which each class (7-12) and the faculty were ranked according to the percentage of those who purchased Annuals, ended last week. The seniors won, to the surprise of no one (seniors handled the contest.)' • • • When the Eagle Grove-Algona game ended, there was a stunned silence in the Algona section, as if no one believed that the game was really over. Even after the teams had left the floor, I found myself expecting the game to suddenly commence again. The Algona fans were not happy with the officials. The Algona team and coach were not happy either; no team likes to lose. Yet, in placing such an emphasis on a winning team, we have lost sight of the importance of the playing. The success 'of a team'should not be measured by their win-loss column; it should be measure^ by the readiness of the losing team to congratulate the VWnnefS. Visits In Swea Homes After Morrocco Return Swea & Eagle — Mrs Mannie Petterson of Minneapolis, Mifirv. is visiting her sisters here, Mrs Francis Carlson, Mrs John A. Anderson and Mrs John E. Erick* son. Mr and Mrs Petterson recently returned from Casablanca, Mor* rocco, Africa, where both have been employed. Mr Petterson ret- turned to Casablanca, but she will return to Minneapolis until spring when she rejoins her husband in Africa. Mr and Mrs Harold Jones and Mr and Mrs Truman Johnson attended the anual Pioneer Seed Corn Companies dinner party held last week, Friday, at Mason City. Mrs Ida Larson in Swea City was given a birthday party Saturday afternoon when friends came in and served a luncheon. Attending were Mesdames Emil Larson, Walter C. Peterson, Francis Torine, Art D. Larson, Oscar Berggren, J. J. Anderson, Wallace Johnson, Mayme Sperbeck, and Edith and Myrtle Molinder and Betty Knudsen. The Eagle Ladies Aid met Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 13, at the home of Mrs Reuben Hoi- comb. A Christmas program was given. Mr and Mrs Frank Waid of Charles City, became parents of a daughter born Saturday, Dec. 10. The baby weighed 6 pounds and 4 ounces. It is their first child. Mrs Waid is a daughter of William Barger. Mr George Moore suffered a slight stroke recently but is now- much recovered. He makes his home with a daughter and son' in-law, Mr and Mrs Chauncy Waterbury. Mr and Mrs Eli Zuam have left to spend the winter at Corpus Christi, Tex. Mr and Mrs John Jongberg left last week Wednesday to spend the winter in Orlando, Fla. They have their own trailer house for living quarters. Orville Thoreson' spent a few days last w,eek at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, for a physical check-up. Mr and Mrs Allen Owens of East Chain became parents of a daughter born Sunday, Dec. 4 at a Fairmont. Minn, hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds 9^£ ounces. Mrs Owens is the former Idn Mae Mortenscn, daughter o( Mr and Mrs Adoiph Mortensen. Mr and Mrs Marvin Soever and family of Estherville we're Sunday visitors at the home of her sister, Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensen and family. .-.i IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT if Farm Sale! As I am quitting farming I will sell al public auction on my farm located 6 miles north, 1 mile wesl and % miles north of Swea City; or 3 miles wesl and 1% miles north of the Grant school; or 4 miles south, 1 mile west and '/< mile south of the East Chain school on TUESDAY, DEC.20 SALE STARTS AT 12:30 P.M. Lunch on Grounds Power Machinery L Case tractor with new rubber. VC Case tractor and 2-row Case cultivator. Oliver Row-Crop tractor and 2-row Oliver cultivator. New Case baler 130—baled less than 5,000 bales. JD 4-row corn planter with fertilizer attachment. Cyclone stalk cutter 4 yrs. old. 1948 Case 6 ft. combine No. 6 with motor. Case 2-row corn picker No. I.R.—3 years old. Allis Chalmers 2- row corn picker. IHC 15 ft. disc. JD 15 ft. disc. 20 ft. spring tooth, can be used as two 10 foots. 6 section drag with folding draw bar. Oliver 2-bottom 18-inch tractor plow. IHC 3-bottom 16-inch tractor plow. IHC 10-foot binder. Rubber tired trailer with 6-ply tires and flat rack. Wood wheel wagon running gear. IHC 10-inch hammer mill. Letz 10-inch burr mill with traveling table. IHC seeder with grass seed attachment. Rocket weed sprayer with 20 foot booms and 25 feet of hose with Briggs and Stratton motor, 6 foot Case tractor mower, wind- rower for mower. Minnesota side delivery rake. 44 foot Sears Roebuck elevator, 3 years old. JD wide hoist. Little Giant speed jack*. New Minnesota rubber tired manure spreader. Rubber tired trailer with 6x10 box. Rubber tired trailer with flare box. ONE HOLSTEIN MILK COW CHICKENS 150 AMES HYBRID YEAR OLD HENS. MISCELLANEOUS 3 h.p. electric motor. 235 gallon gas barrel with hose and faucet and stgnd. Meyers hay carrier. Five cow stanchions. Lincoln electric welder. Electric water heater. Feed bunk 18 feet on wheels. Hog troughs. Log chain. Anvil Chicken feeders. Emerson electric air pump with 25 feet of hose. Cold Spot electric refrigerator-3 yecfts old. White enamel cook stove. Post auger. Many other items too numerous to, mention. - SAli TERMS CASH OR MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH YQyR BANKER. NO PROPERTY REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. . W. NELSON, Owner Harold Fischer & Ctair Clark, Auctioneers. Swea City State Bank, Clerk. ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul are parents of a daughter born Friday. Dec. 9, in St. Ann hospital in Algona. This little lady has 9 sisters and two brothers. The Thanksgiving clothing campaign in St. Joseph's Parish netted 12 cartons of clothing weighing 500 pounds which were Shipped to headquarters in New York. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher announced Masses on Christmas Day will be held at 6:30, 7:30 and 9:30. Join Christmas Club Now At HOME FEDERAL Savings & Loan Pay Weekly or Monthly SOc For 50* Weeks $ 25.00 1.00 For 50 Weeks $ 50.00 2.00 For 50 Weeks $100.00 5.00 For 50 Weeks $250.00 10.00 For 50 Weeks ___$500.00 Plan Next Christmas Now! 48-49-50-51-52 St. Joseph's student will present their Christmas play "The Blue Angel" on Friday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. in the school hall. The St. Joe Trojans met at the Duane Wcydert home on Wednesday, Nov. 30. President Dave McGuire called the meeting to order. Seven new members were installed in the club: Robert Erpelding, Richard Erpelding, Tommy Friders, William Friders, Judy Zeimet, George lllg, and Robert Zeimet. They drew names for the Christmas party which will be held on December 21. Announce New Way To Shrink Painful Piles Science Finds Healing Substance That Does Both— Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids New Vflflc, N. V. (Special) - For the first time science has found n new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all —results were to thorough that sufferers maoe astonishing Statements like "Piles hnve ceased to be 6 problem!" The secret is a new healing 8ub- stnnce (Blo-Dyne*)-^discovery of ft world-famous research institute. This substance Is now available in jvpponiloryoT ointment form under the nnme Preparation //,* At your druggist. Money back guarantee. •Bti. u. 8. Pit. on. CLOSING OUT AUCTION As I have sold rriy farm 1 will sell al public auction all of my personal properly on iho farm located "2 mile N. and 1 E. of Cylinder or 5»/ 2 W. and Vt N. of Whillemore on TUESDAY, DEC. 20 Sale starts at 1 p.m. sharp. Lunch on grounds. 56 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 56 19 HEAD OF CATTLE 19 7 Brown Siwiss cows fresh 2 months; 2 milk cows; 6 small calves; 3 yearling steers; 1 yearling heifer. 37 HEAD OF PIGS 37 17 Feeder pigs; 17 Fall pigs; 3 packing sows 450 DeKalb Pullets (101) Now Laying about 70%; 30 Mallard Ducks. MACHINERY WD Allis-Chalmers tractor; 2-16 slat bottom mounted plow Allis-Chalmers; Allis Chalmers 2-row cullivalor with new sweeps; Allis-Chalmers combine new in 1952 with wagon loader and speedometer; New Idea 2-row corn picker; 15-foot Roderick Lean disc (like new); 24-ft. Kewanee harrow with folding evener; McCormick - Deering 2-row planter 2 yrs. old; 2 rubber-tired trailers complete with boxes; 44-ft. Kelly Ryan elevator on rubber (used 1 yr.); DeLaval cream separator 519. The above machinery has all been purchased new since 1950. MISCELLANEOUS 1000 bu. ear corn in crib; 400 bu. Clinton feed oats; tools and miscellaneous items loo numerous to mention. 250 Bales of Straw. USUAL AUCTION TERMS NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS OSCAR LEE Berkland & Bortvit, auctioneers. Cylinder State Bank, clerk. FARM SALE As I have sold my farm and am moving lo lown. I will sell the following described property al auction at my place 5'/2 miles east and IVi south of Burl, or 3 south. 3 wesl and ! 3 /4 south of Tilonka, on TUESDAY, DEC. 20 Sale Starts 12:30 p.m. MACHINERY 1-M.M. "Z" Tractor, bought in 1953 1-Roderick Lein Disk, 15 ft. 1—Four section drag, 22 ft. 1-Western Land Roller- 15 ft. I New Idea Side Rake 1— New Idea manure spreader, steel wheel 1—Field cultivator, 10 ft. 1—Weed sprayer 1—Rubber tired wagon, flare box 1—Steel wheel wagon with hay rack 1—Clipper fanning mill 1—Hand corn shelter 2—Post hole diggers 1—Round hog feeder, 25 bu. 1—Feed bunk, 16 ft. 1—M.M. 2-row cultivator 1—McCormick Deering 2-bottom slat moldboard plow, 14 inch, Sky Chief 1—New Idea hay loader 1—Dump rake, 10 ft. 1—McCormick Deering endgate seeder 1—McCormick Deering horse, corn planter with 160 rods wire 1—John Deere elevator- 46 ft. with overhead hoist 1—Low, steel wheel wagon with dump boards 1—Woven wire stretcher 1—Barb wire stretcher 2—Log chains (one !i inch, and one 3 s inch) 1—McCormick Deering horse mower, 5 ft. MISCELLANEOUS 1—Brooder house, 12x16 ft. Some snow fence. 1-32 ft. extension ladder. Hay slings, forks, scoops. 1—Brooder house, 10 x 12 ft. 1—DeLaval cream separator. 1—Lot of used galvanized roofing. Other articles too numerous to mention. ABOUT 250 BALiS CLOVER HAY ABOUT 300 BALES STRAW Terms: Cash, or make arrangements with your banker before sale. Noi Responsible For Accidents. E. L. DICKMEYER W. J. Stewart, Auctioneer. Tiionka Savings Bank, Clerk.
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