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PAGE EIGHT KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA •TUESDAY. JANUARY SGHENCK AND TRENAfiY DATE 2 BIG SALES Wounded Pre-Nuplial Shower Given— Mrs. Thomas Sampson, the for' mcr Arcleen Olson, who was I married Thursday, was honoree <it a post-nuptial miscellaneous shower Sunday at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. j .. . i r\ i i' Hostesses were: Mesdames, Union and Jrortlancl I Claude Samson, Karl Willasson,! | Victor Parsons, Julius Baas, Will' I Fitzgerald, Ben Knox, Jesse Du• gan, J. A. Raney, Robert, Lu- vernc and Ted Hoover, Loyal | I Young, Leslie McEnroe, Harry | — •-- j Sceley. Lloyd Fletcher, -Irvin Two of the Uiggost farm sales '. glson, Fern Drone, and George , .. , , . , r , i H. Johnson, The hostess gift to of the season arc dated for next j (hc bdde WflS a war bont , week. One is the A. B. Schenck j Decorations used were in gold sale, which is to take place next' and white and gifts were opened Monday, and the oilier is the j at a table centered by a small Trenary & Hutchison sale dated j bride. There was a social hour, Farmers Announce Closeouts. for next week Wednesday. As heretofore reported, the Schcncks will retire and will and favorite recipes were written on cards for a recipe file, after which lunch was served. WANTED—MARRIED MAN ON farm.—P. M. Chtistenson, Lone Rock, 7ul9tf FOR SALE—NINE Blackfaced ewo^.-'C. E. Detrich, Algono. Phone 5F4. 12u20 WANTED—DRIVER, $35 a week and commissions. — Algona Laundry and Dry Cleaners, phone 1267. I2u20 move to a home they have) bought in Algona, the former Algona Girl Will Wed— Bertha Godfrey house next souih Dcloris Elaine, daughter of Mr. of the Methodist parsonage. Sale Starts at 11. nfc. Pete Helmers, Algona boy, ' son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Helmers, was wounded twice in Italy last year., once in a should, er, again in a leg which is still in and Mrs. H. J. Sherman, Algona, \ a cast , and late last fall he was ocue oicu is ai n. , will be married tomorrow to Kn- sent home, arriving here on Mr. Schcnck's farm lies on the sign Thomas Egan, Des Momes ! Christmas eve for a stay of a few liu; ceremony will be performed. days before reporting at a Toat a naval base chapel in Miami, ' peka/ Kans., army hospital. first road to the right (from the south) just over the hill from Nos. 18-169. He will start his sale at 11 a. m. and sell 50 hcud of livestock, including two horses I- i; i.. w n ere stationed. the bridegroom Pete, who has been in the PUREBRED DUROC BOARS for sale.—M. J. Hewlett & Sons, 6 miles south and ohe mile east of Britt. 15u5lf WANTED—DRIVER, $35 a week and , commissions. — Algona .Laundry and Dry Cleaners, phone 267. ' I2u20 WANTED TO. RENT — FARM. Full. line of equipment. Two tractors.—David McGregor, Algona, la. 13p20-21 FOR SALE—400 BALES OF straw; also team of horses.— Ernest Nauman, 3% miles south of Hurt. 16pl9-20 FOR SALE—HEIFER, DUE TO calye soon; also 4 steers.—Gilbert Hargreaves, phone 27F1214, Algona. 14p20 FOR SALE — 3-ROOM HOUSE, wired.—Leonard DiUmer, Burt. 9p20-21 FOR SALE—30 YEARLING ewcs . — Art Dreyer, Lotts Creek. Ilpl9-20 PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW for Commercial Fertilizer. Supply limited. —Sargent & Co., phone 360, Algona. 13u20tf FOR SALE—MODERN HOME, 5 rooms and bath, garage, garden, not far out; possession Feb. 1; $5500.00.—See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate and Ins. 25u20 FOR SALE — EAGLE WATER proof home insulation, "blown in." Expert inspection, estimating service.—Cowan Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 17ul8tf WANTED—MARRIED MAN TO help on farm. Separate house, insulated, with basement, running water and electricity. Good wages.—F. L. Ryerson, % mi. E., 21/2 mi. N. of Burt. 27pl9-20 FOUND—FOUR - BUCKLE rub.-„ „..„ „„ „« c ber overshoe. — Owner may army since September, 1943, was' hav ? bv , calling at Advance and Mrs. hincrman left last week to ' awar ded the P'urple Heart. He j s | P a V in g for and a Holstci'n'dairv herd, with i ^company her daughter and shown in the accompanying pic- ' two Shorthorn cows. Forty! Mrs - E " an }° I ' lond -V f lss f 11 ^- lure with his personable, sister Hampshire bred sows will also be j "] an . « , a . 1940 graduate of the Cassie , employed at. Ihe Finn sold - i Wesley high school, and later at- bakery. The- family expects him Mr. Schenck offers a largo linej u ' nd(;d '•• business college in Ma- hcme again before long - on a 21 . . . ct . * C-/-MT I i i A* Ji e i i 16u20 FOR SALE—LIKE NEW 410 gun, shells; Briggs & Stratton motor; electric razor; '32 pistol, shells. See articles evenings after 5 o'clock p. m. at 201 2nd Ave. North, Humblodt, Iowa. 23p30 ! FOR SALE — 2 2^-volt power- pack batteries, one 2 years, other 3; completely overhauled.— Clarence Nelson, Wesley. 19p20 FOR SALE — YOUNG Holstein milk cows; also Moline 2-16 nlow.—Jake Meyer, 1 mile west, 1% mile S. of Wesley. 19(2)19tf SALESMAN WANTED by well- known oil company. Man over thirty preferred. Experience not necessary. Immediate steady income for man with car.—Write P. T. Webster, 581 Standard Building, Cleveland 13, Ohio. • 30p20 GUARANTEED USED CARS— 1941 Olds Sedanette; 1940 Chevrolet Coupe; 1940 Wills Sedan; 1938 Plymouth Sedan; 1937 Chevrolet Sedan; 1934 Ford Coupe; 1934 Chevrolet Coach. WE BUY USED CARS.—W. E. LEY, LAKOTA, IA. u20 FOR SALE — RUBBER-TIRED wagon, 10-in. Letz Burr Mill No. 229, with blower attached, practically new. Team of bay mares 7 and 2. Well matched, sound and gentle; also a very good harness and new collars.— L. C. Balvance, 5V 2 mi. S. E. Lakota, 37p20-21 so " Clty - day furlough. bride had been employed Before Pete went into service 3 as a ne worked on farms around Al- of modern farm machinery, including three tractors on rubber. He is also offering 50 bushels of i „ ., ,, , _ , •• — _.._ ...seed corn. 6.000 feet of lumber, secretary for the General Casual- gona . His father hauls mUk to etc. Colwell Bros, will be auc-! tv Insurance Co. , Ihe Lolls Creek cheese factory. tionecrs; Security State bank, clerk. Big Sale in Portland. Up in Portland township at the well-known Oakdale farm, for many years the favorite resort of the late Archie Hutchison, Tom Trenary, widely known tenant during the last. 15 years, will offer 124 head of livestock, including 6 horses, GG high grade cat- .INLAID LINOLEUM, linowall, tile, laid by experts. Custom work.—Cowan-. Bldg. Supply Co., phone 275, Algona. 13ul8tf Plum Greek Club Meets— I The Plum Creek Woman's club ; met Wednesday. Jan. 10, at Elea- j nor and Lola Gardner's, Madelyn I Pricbc assisting. The opening j number was a quiz, won by Mrs. I Ronald Jenkins, and Wilm.i Al-l bright. Mrs. George Johnson j gave a paper on woman's rights after the war, and W. C. Nelson : gave r. surprise number. Thirty- IN PHILIPPINE AREA GETS 14 PACKAGES Lakota, Jan. 20—Mr. and Mrs. tie, 52 hogs, a long list of farm j six members'and four visitors a"t- i Henry Olthoff have received let- machinery, and some household : tended. The next meeting will tors dated Dec. 29, Jan. 4, and WANTED—MARRIED MAN for farm work; house with water \ and electricity. — Hugh Black, phone 8F24, Algona. 16u20-21 FOR SALE — POLLED HERE- j ford ..bulls,, serviceable age, at farmers prices'.—P.'"M! Christen-i son, Lone Rock, la"." 12ul8tf FOR SALE-^CHOICE POLLED Hereford bulls. Serviceable age. Priced reasonable. — Elmer Kubly, 5 mi. east of Lu Verne.. 17p20-21 goods. Stewart and Flaig will be auctioneers,, the Security State bank, clerk. This farm consists of 440 acres, but Mr. Trenary, whose son Kenneth was taken by the army recently, feels that he can not take care of the farm alone, and be held Feb. 14 at the Plum Jan. 7 from their son S.-Sgt. Mer- I Creek • community room, Elsie vin Olthoff, who is in service in ' Willrett, Amy Pricbe, and Jean- the Philippines area. At the time ette We.wer hostesses. A meet- of writing he was in a rest. camp. ing dated for March 1 has bean He had had a C3se of the sore WANTED—MARRIED MAN TO work on farm. Separate house with electricity. 'Year-aroud job. —Joe Preston, Swea City, la. 16ul9-20 xir* A r^ <• ,u HEAD of Shorthorn calves, 3 to 9 months so will give it up. His son-in- law will be the new tenant. The changed to Feb. 22. Farewell Party is Given— j j-^, iiw.1 i*cii-i n v^Ot: U-L Lilt.. 1 UUl U 1 1 T • ri i . feet which soldiers there suffer old.—Louis; Scheppmann, 1 mi. i but had recovered. north and 3y 2 east .of Irvmgton. ! Mcrvin wrote that he had re-' . 22p20 Margaret, daughter of Mr. and ceived 14 Christmas packages on .- >••:. ivtav Miller, was honorce at Jan. 3rd, and they wore most, u/oii imnrnwo^ oi * • -f i i Trenarys do not know yet where a farewell dinner party last even- welcome. Abo welcome were'' • improved,,electricity,.-close they will locate. A daughter, Vi- h ...... oln, h^s a beauty shop at Burt. Mr. Trenary some time ago bought Ihe John Trunkhill quarter-section in Portland, but. is not planning to farm it himself. NEAR WESLEY, WED 25 YEARS Sexton, Jan. 19—Mr. and Mr.s. Tom Forburger celebrated their ,,g n the Chrome, with 20 local copies of the Algona papers. He G^He™™^^ Snmx Business prls as hostesses. She iaid the Filipinos woi- fine; pec-' . ^~.- ._ ..' if on was presented with a corsage and pie. Bananas were plentiful. ! __!_. three suit-cases filled with gifts. The younp mm has been in the' FOR SALE —'.(NEWTON-MAID A fake telegram said her ^rip^ to army^thrce^ years, .nnd nas been j washer, Briggs^Stratton motor, "" l ' r '"" ' ' ""' "" " 7 | good shape. —-Oscar Hammond, ph. 40J2, Vi M./West Sexton. - -16p20 California had been called off. Surprise for Farmwife— r-.'irs. K. A. Jimkermeicr, near Burt, wjs taken by surprise a week ago Saturday evening, when 22 neighbors arrived \vitn sandwiches, cake, and homemade ice cream in honor of her birthday earlier in the week. She was FOR SALE—NINE HEAD OF ; bred ewes.—Floyd Riebhoff, jBurt, Iowa. H P 20. presented with p. bedroom rug. Townsend Club Meets— The Townsend club met at A. I WANTED TO BUY—SAFE AND silver wedding anniversary Sun-1 M. Anderson's last week Tuesday ' show case.—Alden day, Jan. 14, and that evening j evening, and James • Magonegil bwca entertain x! relatives and friends' received many birthday gifts. A McAdams, Ilp20-21 FOR SALE-^CAVALIER 'B-flal cornet, made .-.by-- Conn> Fine tone; excellent ^condition. Priced reasonable. — MaBy, 1 .Lee : Cole, Corwith. 16u20 FLO9R SANDING AND REFIN- ishing. . Hesavyi : commercial equipment. Portable power-plant. —Cowan Bldg. Supply'Co., phone 275, Algona. 14ul8tf at the Surf, Cknr Lake. Attending the event were: Mr. and Mrs, Martin Bleich, Miller; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hou- rlck, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Carman, Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Krieps, Sexton; Ruth Forburger, Vera Forburcer. R. N. and Buela Mikelstead, R. N., all of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bleich, Mr. and Mrs. LacI Root, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McMahon, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mullin, Air. and Mrs. Julius Kunx Jr., Mrs. Jerry Olson, Mrs. Mvrtlc Kouba, Adelaine Shetta, Alvin Loebig, Larry Youngwirth, Dorothy Hauptmann, Harold Martinek, Alice Youngwirth, Mr. and Mrs. J L Havcrly, all of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grant, Mr. and Mrs. Arndorfer, all of Corwith; 'Chuck' McVay, Lee Strahm, Algona. Mrs. Forburger's maiden name was Mary Bleich, and the For- burgors were; married January 14, 1920, at. St. Joseph's Catholic church, Wesley, by the Rev Father Fisch. They have lived on a farm near Wesley all their married years. There are five children: Mrs. Jcs. f Alice) Krieps, Sexton; Vera, registered nursp, Mason City; Ruth, Sexton, teacher; Kenneth and Tommy Jr., at home. There are also two gran-.lehildren; Joan and Jerry Krieps. The couple were presented wuh a cash gift from the guests. SAI v u, 9 n 11/ .„„ truiT- ' utk ~ prize was won by Arnold Lallier. : ,.,.,,,.„ At 500 high went to Jas. Dahl-: Ff ,','°'; " uck '~' : hauser, J. M. Weaver was low,! Fenton ' P_ hono ^ •and Mrs. Anderson won travel. JFOR SALE—2-WHEELED trail; er house 8x20 ft. Price $125.Phone '782, E. H. Pittman, Algona. 14p20 FOR SALE—MODERN SEVEN room home, near Catholic and Lutheran churches; $4500.00.— 12p20-21j See Joel M. Herbst, Real Estate [and-Inc. ia u 20 OTHER SOCIETY NEWS. The St. Thomas Guild will meet Thursday with Mrs. Clare' FOPi SALE—HAY, 50c per bale, Anderson. i i/i mile west, % mile north of The Roy.il Neighbors will meet j Swea City.—Roy Peters. 15ul9-20 Thursday evening at the V. F. W. hall, and there will be initiation I FOR SALE — FOUR-WHEELED trailer. Good tiros, size 30x3 Vs. rites. Soldier and Wife Lose Infant Girl —Clarence Nelson, Wesley. 12p20 WANT TO BORROW — A FLAT topped desk and 2 sewing machines.—Call Mrs. W. V. Kempley, county chairman Red Cross, phone 801. 18u20 NOTICE — THE HUMBOLDT Breeders' Co-Op will hold a meeting at the American Legion Hall in Humboldt Saturday, Jan. 27 at 1:30 p. m. 11 P 20 LAKOTA YOUTH HAS BEEN LET OUT OF ARMY; COMES HOME Laknta, Jan. 19—S.-Sgt. and Mrs. Harold J. Koupen arrived recently from thci Great Bend air base in Kansas, where the sergeant had just been honorably discharged, service. after 21-2 years in The young mar) served as cook at camps in tuqi in California, Utah, Nebraska, Texas and Kansas. At last Christmas time he and two mess sergeants prepared 1700 pounds of ropst turkey, with all trimmings, foil Christmas dinner, and more tl)an 1000 plates were served. : Harold is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Ifoppen, Lincoln township farmers. An only brother, Donald, has ijor a year 'been in merchant marine service, at present in the Philippine area. In a recent letter home, Donald said Portland Twp., Jan. 22 — A' daughter Sheryll Diane, first child, born Sunday, Jan. 14, to Cpl. and Mrs. Richard McGrath, died :U birth at the Forest City; hospital, and burial rites were held last week Tuesday at the' Ro.sehill cemetery at Thompson.' The mother was Sharon Mann, | third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j Roy Mann hero, and she was a i rural teacher before marriage, i Corporal McGrath was here on | "i brief furlough. | No. S245 Slate of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. In District Court, J:;nu- army Term, 1945. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL t'o All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that m instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of William Rich, deceased, dated December 11, 1943, having been this day filed, opened -.md read, Saturday, the 3rd day of February, 1945, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona.. Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, Det-eri- ber 26, 1944. (Seal) HELEN WHITE. Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON, Algona, Iowa, Attorneys. __ 13-19 THE ADVANCE CAN ON~s"ho7t .nice get for customers I - -.... v ....... f-.«-b AUJ. „ l-lo i,i J he had seen plenty of air raids. • Laid of office supplies. any "She Got Her Roller Skates- Thanks to the Operator" One motherless little girl had her wish for a pair of roller-skates fulfilled because of the thoughtfulness of an operator at an Army camp telephone center. This operator had just finished a call for a soldier, asked him if everything was all right. "It was," he said, "but my little girl wants a pair of roller-skates and I can't get to the city." "Tomorrow is my day off," the operator told him. "Would you like me to get some?" He would—and she did. Next day the soldier called his youngster, told her the skates were in the mail and left the office beaming. * * * The first job of ths oporator-afUndonh «t e«mp telephone centers U to tea that <oldi«ri and sailors get the kind of telephone service they want. But along with this they consider it a great privilege to help with countless little things that mean so much to the men and women in ihe service. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY 44 REGISTERED SPpTTED PO- land China bred gilts, at auction 3 miles northwest of Fairmont Thursday, February 8th, 1 o'clock. Choice, thick, low; down gilts, with excellent hams, mated to two top boars for March and April farrow. Write for catalog, j Arnold Krahmer, Fairmont, i Minn. 43u20-21 FOR SALE — REGISTERED ; Brown Swiss cows;, also.-a few high grades. Some will freshen by spring and some have freshened lately.—G. S. Smith, Bricelyn, Minn. 25p20 >fclKP THE RECORDS straight! The right form helps so much. .Vc can prepare the kind you iced, quickly and at small cost Jomi in and talk over youi irnNpms—Advance Huh f"Vi FOR SALE—REGULAR Farmall with cultivator. New 1934 steel wide rear wheels. Spad lugs, reconditioned by Algona McCormick-Deering store last, spring. In A-l shape. Priced reasonable.—Harold Angus, Vz mile west and Va mile north, Burt, phone 3-92. 39p20 CARD OF THANKS — I TAKE this means of extending my thanks for the kindness shown me by the neighbors and friends for flowers, cards, letters, fruits, ice cream, gifts and other evidence of friendship during my stay in the hospital. Again I thank you all.—Mrs. William H. Hartley. 50p20 ABERDEEN ANGUS BULLS of finest breeding and quality; also Shorthorn 'bulls, ready for service, and Ayrshire bulls 4 to 8 mos. old. Prices reasonable.— Ben G. Studer, Wesley, la. 29u20tf WANTED BY FEB. 1, married : man with farm experience. '••'eedint; cattle and tractor-work,Mo milking. Separate house, with. Hectricity.—Write or call M. T. McGuire, phone 2G16 Bode. , .'.... 27ul5tf IT TAKES GUNS AND AMMU- nition to fight wars; it also takes a balanced ration to enable your brood sow to produce a strong healthy litter. Walnut Grove minerals, plus a little tank.3ge or oil meat and your home-ero-wn prain, will produce a healthy litter. 'Don't, put it off, and be sorry later. Now i.s the time.—Write or call H. S. Fain, phone 297-M., Humboldt. 20lf-eow SEEDS -CORN—State ccrtifi-d Hvbrir- . No. 4316,85.00 to $6.50 per bu No corn better for machine pick- ing, or yielding ability on good soils. Early variety. SOYBEANS—Earlyana and Richland. Earlyana is 'a new bean, yielding about 2% 'bu. more per acre on the average to thin soils and matures about a week earlier than the Richland. OATS — Tama, from certified seed, free from bad weeds. M. A. SORLIEN VETERANS! Investigate open-' ings with A & P Food Stores' for "Positions with r. • Future." Experience desirable but not nee- j ossary. Apply local store or Per- •onnel Department, 316 S. W. 5th ' St., Des Moines, Iowa. 33(2)20 | CAR D OF THANKS—WE WISH 'to extend our sincere thanks to our friends and neighbors for the m,?ny kindnesses extended to us during the illness and dm*h of. u r beloved husband and father. ! —Mrs. Bray ton and Children. u<iJ | fn. w. POST DHAY AM) TRANSFER Storage of Ail Kinds Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against 'loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do nil kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, la. Martha Manning styles a daylight into twilight tailleur with a soft violet corsage O print. Lace-trimmed f ront-Lutton style in Frosteca Spun Rayon. Blue Mist, Grey Mist, Lilac Mist, Green Mist, hi sizes 1814 to 2414. *Q95 rise kill IT es 2 miles north of Bode, SALE DATES Jan. 29—Closing out said red Schenck, 3>/ 2 miles mile east of Algona. Wed Feb. 4-Closing out Mrs. Rhoda. Dunn, 4'/ 2 northeast of Hurt on W pi Donald farm. ' As Usuol-You'll Find the Smartest Spring Suit at This Store As seen in MMdeniotaolle and Seventeen Ringleader Stitched rings on the jacket — crisp pleats for the skirt— and plenty -->of "attention-please" to keep "ypur clothes rating high. Jaunty Junior plays up your good points in this smartly tailored suit of all-wool flannel. Sizes 9 to 15. "\ Cn \ "it nill rscne <Q> Ife. Mr. Farmer- If you are going to tile your farm spring, place your order today. We have ship-j ments of drain tile ordered out and will'Be able to supply your needs. Place your orders today. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 • *• ; '