Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 23, 1945 · Page 3
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PAGE SIX Gift to Library, Swea City, Honors Flyer Lost in War LOCAL SHORTS FROM FEHTON . KOSStTTH COtmrt ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA FOUR IN THE D. H. JANUARY 23, 1945 ' Swea City, Jan. 22—A memorial book in joint honor <if Capt. Reginald Winter and Lt. Herbert T. Winter Jr. has boon presented to the local library by Mrs. W. I J. Denton, Titonka. aunt of the ! two young men. It is a copy of I Harry Grayson's They Played the j Game, and tells the stories of j famous baseball players. I At the front side of the book | . are photos of "Reggie" and "Her- | Seneca. Jan. 22—The Seneca bie" in uniform and this inscrip- , basketball teams drove to Ringtion: i sled last week Tuesday evening, "Donated to Public Library,, nnc i the local girls won, 42-30, but Swea City, in memory of mjMie-j the Seneca boys were outplayed, BUSY WEEK FOR SENECA SCHOOL BASKET TEAMS loved nephews, Capt. 'Reggie' D. Winter and Lieut. Herbert T.: Last Winter Jr., only sons a( Herbert. Seneca T. Winter, by Mrs. W. J. Denton, Titonka, la." Thursday evening the teams played return ?ames at Lone Rock on the L. R. floor. The Lone Rock girls took Captain Winter was killed in an car iy lend, and at the quarter the invasion of Sicilv July as leading 10-15, then kept their 3943, and is buried in an Amor- '• 5_p t ] eac ] during the second ican cemetery at Gela. Sicily. ! ciu'nrter. 15-10. The third quarter Lieut. Winter wu.s killed over: Hcor ,. , vVas 20-17. and though it Keier, Germany, Jan. 10, 1044. ; v;as n j D anc i tuck during the 4th Both young men wore fIvors, quarter, the final whistle left Their father, a pharni:.ici--:t. '.v/is : Lont , R OC I< on t0 p, 28-20. a member of the Swea City li- • TI K , boys' teams were evenly brary board before the family : matched, "and the score was tied left here for Mt. Vernon. Wash., • nv; . nv times. Lone Rock led by 12 years ago. The book will be formally prc- ! a point. 10-9. at the half, but Sen- later ran up a 3-pt. lead and sented to the library at the next. won the ga me, 22-19. board meeting about Fob. 1. and. j n a gj r i s - tournament at Grant it is expected that it will be the t hjs week Thursday to Saturday nucleus of a memorial shelf. the Senoca girls drew a bye, and will meet Ledyard Friday even- The Francis Wares, the F. F. Schraeders, Mrs. Martha Chris- chilles, the Henry Schraeders, Lone Rock, and the Jen-yWeiners, Bancroft, were entertained last week Monday night at the Roy Chrischiles home in honor of the Ronald Chrischilles birthday. Mrs. H. C. Mcllroy, Ionia, visited from last week Monday LIOANS SERVICE CLUB CHOOSES 1ST OFFICERS The Algona Lions club, organ. T : izcd at an initial meeting two night to Thursday evening at J.; wee k s ago> w ill meet again for A. G. Smith's. j luncheon at the Algona hotel to- The Happy Birthday club met | morrow, and guests will be Wednesday at Mrs. Everett KnXU- j members of the sponsoring Wesson's, 16 members attending, and ] o y club, with Roy Kleinpeter visitors were Mrs. Orville Wein-1 giving a talk on Lionism. Other er and Mrs. Grady Weiner. The j Lions" clubs in the county are at birthdays of Mrs. Elmer Lee and j Bancroft and Titonka. Mrs. Ervin Solberg were observ-1 Officers of the Algona club are: ed. and e. new member, Mrs. Alf-! Herbert Hedlund, president; the red Muir, was welcomed. The • Rev. C. C. Richardson, vice presi- afternoon was spent at Red Cross j dent; D. L. Cooper, secretary- sewing, and serving lunch were ! treasurer. Committee appoint- Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Amos. Berk-! ments have not been completed, land. The February hostess will' : nd minor details are yet to be | worked out, but later a charter and her! night meeting will be held, at daughter Mrs. Howard Rabey! which Lions from many clubs in took Mrs. Frank's father, Geo. | this area will be guests. W. Newel, to Mnson City Satur-1 There are 32 members of the day for on operation for removal i new club: of a cataract at Mercy hospital! Dr. W. D. Andrews, Ernest An- there. The other daughter, Gene-j likor, D. G. Clopton, Glen Crilly, vieve Newel, Minneapolis, is with , D. L Cooper, John Dreesman, j Dr. A. J. Eason, H. H. Furst, Fred be Mrs. Henrv Moore. Mrs. E. J. Frank her father. For Thursday. Feb. 1, Mctho-! Geigel, Gene Hertz, Herb Hed- NORTON FAMILY IN U. S. WAR SERVICE Mr. ond Mrs. D. H. Norton have recently received letters from their 22-year twin sons, T.-Sgt. Dee Norton, in the signal corps in England, and Sgt. Reeve Norton, in the 99th division infantry in Germany, known as Battle Babies because of the youth of the personnel. Dee, trained at Camp Kohler, Calif., wns sent to Arizona university, thence to Fort Monmouth, N. J., and Reeve, trained at Camp Robinson, Ark., was sent to the University of Arkansas for special work, then to Camp Maxey, Tex. The boys have two sisters m service: Emily, in the WAVES, former mathematics teacher in the Royal Oak, Mich., high school; Mary Joy, in the WAC. •» Lakotans to Leave Lincoln Twp. Farm Lakota, Jan. 22—J. H. Warburton, widely known Lincoln twp. farmer, is holding a farm sale this vyeek Wednesday and with his wife will move to Lakota in land, moving here in 1886 with two sons, James and Samuel, William's wife and another son, ing in Illinois three years before the family was reunited here. William owned 400 acres, which was finally divided atriong .his three sons. The J. H. WarBur- ton place was recently sold, and Mr. and Mrs. Warburton bought a home in town to which thev i.till 4* A if MM *? will retire. ^ I Notice of the Annual Meeting of the Stock-1 —2 - ^ ^^ - ^ ^»M holders and Patrons of the Algona Co- | Operative Creamery Company | dist W. S. C. S. hostesses will be j Kind, the Rev. L. H. Lo'esch, Don | February. Mr. Warburton has B. B. Tourney Dated Here— The North Kossuth boys' high ; The boys' tournament will be school basketball tournament | lL ,i<-[ at gwea Citv Feb. 1-2-3. and will be held at the school gym- ] oca i b oys will first tangle with nasium here Feb. 1-2-3. . Grant. In the opening round Thurs- j day night, Leclvard and Fenton • silver Anniversary Surprise— are paired at 7:10. Swea Ci'.y Mr. and Mrs. Orville Miller, drew a bye, and Lakota and Lone ; -\-j r unc j Mrs. J. L. Miller, and Rock will play the second game; Mrs. Emma Miller attended a at 8:20. The final game of the' neighborhood surprise dinner second round starts Friday night honoring Mr. and Mrs. Leo Arnat 7:30; the second game at 3:45. dorfer. near Bancroft, on the Arn- The championship final will be j c i O rfer 25th wedding anniversary, played Saturday night at 9, with The guests were self-invited and a consolation at 7:45. Admission i . sorvc -d dinner, after which they prices will be 50c for adults. 35c ; presented the honorces with a for pupils. I silver gift. Mecdames Wilbert Holldorf, Clar-' Miller, R. W. McCullough, A. J. ence Underwood, Reinhold Laabs,! McDanel, V. V. Naudain, E. M. Clarence Menz, and Jacob and, Olson. Lloyd Pratt. Mrs. Stockman Weds Again— Nutrition Lesson Given— Announcement of the marriage ; Mcsdamos Earl Crouch (Seneca of Mrs. Rachel Stockman to Jack | home project chairman), J. L. Carlson has been received by j Miller, and Henry Looft attended fripnris h^m a seco nd leaders' training school friends h^ The event took place Jan. 7 at al t he Legion hall, Bancroft, the Portland, Ore.. First Baptist;.Wednesday, and a lesson on nu- church. Witnesses were the trition was presented by Mis a bride's younger son and his Kelly, of the State college wife, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stock- Ames. man, Vancouver, Wash. The new Mrs. Carlson operated Fifth Huichinson Child- cafes here and at Clear Lake for | Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Voight hav some years, but of late had been I r(joc .j v ed word of another grand in knitting mill employ. The cou-1 daughter, born last week Sunda> pie are at home at 3124 N. E. 53nl ; at an Estherville hospital to Mi Ave., Portland. | and Mrs. Hutchinson, who no\ • I have three daughters and tw Soldier's Wife Visits Here— j sons . Mrs. Hutchinson is the foi Mrs. H. L. Anderson, nee Olive j mel . Blanche Voight. Fosgren, has come for an extern!ed visit at E. O. Fo.sgren's. Mrs. Casts Home From Rochester— Anderson, whose home is at Chi- Louie Gast recently returned cago, has a son attending school home from Rochester, where he here. Her hiiKband, a private! sp( _. n t four weeks receiving treat- first class, is serving with Ma- j mon t at St. Mary's hospital. Mrs. rine combat engineer:-: on Guam. I Q ast was with him. The Gasts, former long-time residents of Seneca, now live at Bancroft. iaymond Zwiefel. C. G. Percival, Vaughn Rising, Ruby Hantelman left last week Robert Richardson, the Rev. C. C. 'uesday for Des Moines, where, Richardson, F. W. Roscoe, Oran he visited friends briefly, thr.nce ; Spalding, L. S. Thompson, Dick vent *.o Manhattan. Kans.. to vis-; Sorcnsen, Fred Shilts, F. M. t her sister, Mrs. John V/aite, a '. Christensen, T. H. Vaughn, Paul ew days before going to New . Bell, Tom Holmes, Orville Wicks. York City, where she has em- j * >loyment'. She had spont a month j SENECA VOLUNTEER. j vith her mother, Mrs. Frank j Seneca, Jan. 22—Robert, son of i lived on this farm almost 60 years. His father, William Warburton, came here and bought West Warburton, continued farm- H ALGONA, IOWA, / S 3 JANUARY 12j 1945 jp *Sm ' • • g""* M NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, According to the Articles of Incorporation, J3 ss that the regular annual meeting of .the above named corporation will be held in =3 S the Court House on January 27, 1945. ' S = The meeting will be called to order by the Chairman at 1:00 o'clock P. M. S S for the purpose of election of directors for the coming year and for receiving == == and if approved, ratifying and confirming all the acts and proceedings of the == H Board of Directors of the Corporation done and taken during the preceding 5j = year and for the transaction of such further and other.business as may properly j=j S come before the meeting. =5 1 Algona Co-Operative Creamery Company j =j M. P. CHRISTIANSEN, Sec'y.and Treas. " j|j llllllllllM ^J!!IIIII!!!!!!II!!!!IIIIII!I!III1IIIIIIIII!III]!!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIH Humphrey. Former Algonian in Sudden Death Algona relatives and frien.ls of Mary Johnson. Farr:gut, Ida., were shocked last week to receive word of her sudden death while at work at the navy training station ther*;, where she had oeen seamstress for some time.. She formerly lived here, and for a year kept house for her uncle, Andrew Anderson. She was also employed at the Lite Lars Sor- ^ ensen's for some time. She was j a cousin of Mrs. Oscar Anderson I and spent much time at the Anderson home. She was once a member of the local Rebekah lodge and of the Algona Presbyterian church. Burial was at Priest River, Ida:, where a deceased sister is buried. < Mr. and Mrs. Francis Foley, has I volunteered for service in the ! armed forces and expects to be called early in February. G-OUT SALE AT A MONEY Two New Babies Hers— New babies at the Forbes hospital include a son born to Mr. and Mrs. Spensely Mather Jan. G, and a daughter, first norVi, to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Paulson Jan. 14. Daughter for 'Bud' Paulsens— Mr. and Mrs. Glen (Bud) Paulsen are parents of a daughter, born Sunday Jan. 14, first child, The Mathers baby, 2r,d child, has a ] so n rst grandchild for Mr. and been named Richard S;;ensely Jr. ~ Farewell for the Ecklunds— Mrs. Rosa Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Curtis entertained at a dinner party last week Tuesday evening honoring Mr. and Mis. John Ecklund, who are moving to the Maple Hill vicinity. To Coast for Winter— Bob Keene left Thursday by bus for the rest of the winter in California with his brother Martel. Mrs. Arthur Paulsen. Flu Patient Improved— Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bollig who had been critically sick three weeks with intestinal flu, is now reported on the mend. Other S\vca City. Mrs. Fred Miehe was sick abed last week. She fell ill at church a week ago Sunday, which incidentally was the Miehe 54th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Christensen were at Fort Dodge a few clays last week. Nora Mogensen meanwhile helped at the Christens-jn Cafe. Farmer Sick Wiih Flu— Ole Oftedahl, confined to home a week and a half with the flu was still sick Friday. Other Seneca News. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch and Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy attended an anniversary wedding dance at Burt last week Monday evening. The hosts were Mr. anc Mrs. David Lynch, Lone Rock who were celebrating their eighth wedding anniversary. Mrs. Emma Miller, Firth, Neb. is visiting at her son J. L. Mil ler's, and plans to spend the win ter here and with another sor A work meeting of the U. S. W. I Raymond, near Buffalo Center. will be held this week Tuesday night at the Mrs, Bernard Peterson home. Sam Rysted attended market week at Minneapolis last week. Mrs. Glen Olson visited relatives in Coon Rapids last week. THOMPSON TOPS BASKET QUINTS ON STATE LINE Lonerocker Again Wounded by Nazis Lone Rock, Jan. 22—Word v/a recently received by Mr. am Mrs. J. M. Blanchard that thei son Eugene, second lieutenant ii Patlon's third army, was again i: a hospital, this time with injur ies in his left arm, but they wer not serious. He was wounded th Lakota, Jan. 19 — Thompson first time in his right arm o holds first place in the State Line Nov. 11, Armistice day, and re Recent dinner guests at J. L Miller's were Mr. and Mrs. Ray moncl Miller, Buffalo Center, and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bomgaari> Los Angeles. basketball conference race, Armstrong is threatening, with only two losses, one to the conference leader, the other to the up-and- down Ledyard quintet. Lakota has moved into third place, after coming from behind to defeat a fast-improving Swea City team. Burt, which got off to a slow start, is still in the cellar. The big attraction of last week centered at Armstrong, where the strong Thompson l/eing entertained. five was Conference standings as of last Thursday were: Won Lost Thompson 4 1 Armstrong 4 2 Lakota 4 3 Ledyard 3 3 Swea City 2 5 Burt -__1 4 Pet. .800 .GG6 .57J .500 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 5251 tale of Iowa, Knssuth County, Here's your chance to get the highest quality chicks at a discount of 50 cents on each hundred you buy! Order Swift's Baby ,1 iowa, *n.ssum uouniy, , Chicks before February 15, 1943. In District Court January! You can specify any delivery date term, 1045. i you preler. 'o All Whom It May Concern: | Swift's Baby Chicks are sturdy You are hereby notified, that j and vigorous—bred for fast n instrument of writing pur- ; feathering, fast growth, heavy orting to be the last Will and j egg proc l uc tion. • They're from breeder flocks selected for high production records. • These hreeder flocks are culled regularly. • Piillorurn-testing 2 to 3 times a season protects Swift's Chicks against this disease. Only Hocks with less •• As I am leaving the farm, and to dissolve partnership, we will hold a com- f plete closing out sale at the Oakdale farm, located 2£ miles E. of Burt; 2£ miles i S, 6 miles W. of Titonka, on I WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31st 1 M _ Free lunch served by the Presbyterian Mite Society from 11 to 12 o'clock. = JH Sale starts promptly at 12 o'clock. = I 124 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 124 I Testament of T. H. Holmes, dc- [ eased, dated December 12, 1944,1 laving been this day filed, open- ! ed and read, Saturday, the 17th j lay of February, 1045, is fixed or hearing proof of same at the | 2ourt House in 'Algona, Iowa, | )efore the District Court of said i County, or the Clerk of said | ~!ourt; and at ten o'clock A. M., j of the day above mentioned all: jersons interested are hereby no- ! ,ified~and required to appear, and ' show cause, if any they have, j why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 18, 1945. (Seal) HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. E. C. McMAHON, Algona, Iowa, Attorney. 20-22 than 2 per cent reactors are accepted. • Only eggs weighing 24 ounces per dozen or over are incubated in our sanitary hatchery. Order now, for your 50-cent discount, through your local Swift representative or from— SWIFT & COMPANY HATCHERY ceived his second wound Christmas day. The letter was dated Jan. 7. Veterinarian Sick at Titonka Better Dr. R. C. Ball, Titonka veterinarian many years, sold his practice last fall, because of poor health, and since retiring has continued in poor health. Recently he was confined to bed for some weeks, but is improving now, dresses and spends part of every day about the house, and is again able to receive callers. DON'T LAY DOWN YOUR Advance or U. D. M. subscription statement and forget it. The pa- .286 pers are stopped now if not paid advance. ..Closing-Out Sale.. As I am quitting farm, I will sell at public auction on the Ethel Olson farm located >/ 2 mile south of Humboldt on No. 169, on Friday, January 26 BEGINNING AT 12:30 P. M. —YOCUM LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS— S 36 Head of Livestock 36 14—HEAD OF HORSES—14 Pair sorrel geldings, vri. 3400, well broke, a real show leam; pair .sorrel geldings, 4 yrs. old, well broke, gentle, wt. 3,000 Ibs.; pair sorrel geldings, 4 and 5 yrs. old, well broka. and gentle, wt. 2800 Ibs.; sorrel mare and sorrel geldings 4 yrs. old, well broke and gentle, wt. 2900 Ibs.; these are al] light sorrel with light manes and tails and while faces. Pair smooth mouth mares, wt. 3500 Ibs., good, gentle feed team; cream colored mare 6 yrs. old, light mane and tail; bay. 5- gaited saddle horse, lady broke; 2 good gentle ponies. 22—HEAD OF CATTLE—22 for. Full line of machinery, tools, etc. Some household goods. TERMS: Cash. No property to be removed until settled ENNIS TINKEN ED. ANDERSEN & JEAN KLEVE. Auctioneers. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Clerk 6 Head of Horses 6 Two 4-year-old black geldings, wt. 3200 Ibs., sound and well matched; one dark grey team, wt. 2800 Ibs., one mare and one, gelding; one 5-year-old black mare, wt. 1600 Ibs., sound and well broke; one extra good 5-year-old sorrel saddle horse. 66 - Head of High Grade Cattle - 66 Consisting of: 20 Hereford cows; 10 Shorthorn milk cows, some fresh, others fresh soon; 20 head of calves on full feed since October, wt. from 6 to 800 lljs., mixed steers and heifers; 2 yearling Shorthorn heifers; 11 small Hereford calves; 2 high grade Hereford bulls, serviceable age; 1 purebred Hereford bull, 3 yrs. old, papers furnished. This is an extra good bunch of cattle, as I have never used anything but a purebred Hereford bull. 52 I HEAD OF HOGS ~52 25 head of good Duroc sows, bred to two boars from the P. M. Christensen herd of Lone Rock, due to farrow in April; 25 feeding hogs, Wt. 150 to 175 Ibs.; 2 purebred Duroc boars. Hogs have been double-treated. BUILDINGS—Brooder house, 10x16 ft, good as new; brooder house, 10x12 ft., in good shape. Jamesway oil burning Brooder Stove. Klondike Hard Coal Stove 200 PIONEER HI-BRED PULLETS 100 YEARLING HENS FARM MACHINERY, ETC. Hiilier 28x46 ft. all steel threshing machine, « years old, 100 ft. 7-in. belt; 10-ft. McCormick- Deering 1 power binder, cut 400 acres; 15-ft. McCormick disc, good as new; John Deere 10-ft. horse disc; 10-ft. Cover spring-(tooth harrow- on wheels; 3-)jottom 14-in. Case plow, used 2 years; McCormick 2-row cultivator, good shape; 15-t't. Western land roller; New Idea Heavy Duty manure spreader; 30-ft. flexible steel drag. BrcCormick-Deering corn planter, good as new, 160 rods wire;. 5-ft, McCormick-Deeriug mower; McCormick-Deering 12-ft. dump rake, new; Heavy Duty hay stacker; power lift hay buck; good bob sled; MeCoruiick roller bearing 5i ton steel wagon, flared box? high wheel wagon and box; steel running gear and new rack; 86-in. wagon box; No. 4 McCormick cream separator, motor attachment; 2 sets breeching harness; 4 leather horse collars; good heavy saddle. Six good heavy feed bunks; 400 bu. cattle feed, er; steel stock tjink, 5x8 ft,; sheep dipping tank; Theeman 60 bu. steel hog feeder; Successful 60 bu, hog feeder; cream tank, 1929 Model A Ford truck, run 35,000 miles. ' 2 10-gal. chicken waterers; chicken feeder, holds 200 Ibs.; several small feeders and waterers. 200 bales 2nd cutting alfalfa, did not get wet. 800 white oak posts. « Forks, shovels, and small tools. Many other articles too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Oak buffet; oak table; library table; steel bed, complete; RCA Victor radio; 2-gal, ice cream freezer; 3 kerosene lampsx lantern; fruit jars'. TEKMS_Cash, or make arrangements with your banker before sale, No property to be removed un* til settled for. Tom Trenary & Hutchison i STEWART & FLAIG, Auctioneer* SECURITY STATE BANK, Clerk

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