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TWINS, BORN TO FORMER SEXTON GIRL, BOTH DIE Sexton: Graveside services were held Thursday and Friday at the Wesley cemetery for the infant twins, a daughter and son, born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Travis at Storm Lake. The little daughter lived only a few hours and died Wednesday evening and the son died Thursday. Mrs. Travis was formerly Lois Mtllei Mr Travis is home on a furlough from the armed service. Rev. J. A Riggs conducted the services in the presence of friends and relatives. CHURCH BWU^ CLASS The monthly meeting of the Sex ton Church Builders class was heH S^-^T^^d'J?-. 8 ^ Neahring as host and {"•*»••* business meeting was held by presl dent Clarence Swedin. A bell rop was purchased for the church b. the class. Mr. and Mrs. Everet Steven who were recently married were presented with a religious pic ture for their home. A social hou followed a choir practice. Guest - were Mr. and (Mrs. Moore of Es therville, who were vistting Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs. Lunch was served by the Neahrings. W. S. C. S. MEMBERS ASKED TO BRING ARTICLES TO AID W S. C. S. members are urged to bring articles to the Aid meeting at Mrs. W. C. Taylors, Dec. 3, whcih will be sent to the Helping Hand Mission in Sioux City. Des'-red articles include canned fruits, and vegetables, new and used clothing all ages but especially children, clothing for babies, layettes, blankets, etc,. Christmas gifts for little ones. Thursday and Friday ' with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Marilyn Lowman was an pver- linht guest Tuesday with her friends Shirley and Marilyn Neahrlng. Mr. and Mrs. John Flora and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swedin were Mason City shoppers Wednesday. Mrs Martha Mackintosh of Llv- fc rmore is visiting at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Harold Hunt. Mrs. SJm Bemis and Mrs. B. E. Saunders attended a home project meeting Friday evening in Al- ;ona. Mrs. George Knopf and children spent Friday at Ventura where she was lo attend a funeral of a relative near there. (Hilbert Phlpps, Ray, George ami Edgar Davis all Of Lovilla, Iowa, spent Saturday and Sunday hunting at the John Flora home. Sunday dinner guests at the John Flora home were the Ferd Bret- ho?»t family, and afternoon caH- ers were the Jul.'.us Cink family of Bancroft and Louis Kutschara of Clear Lake. BANCROFT GIRL TO MARRY SOLDIER Swea City Man Nearly Ear in Combine Swea C'.ty: Morton Roalson had liis right ear nearly torn off Monday when it was caught on a .nek hook of a combine »". wl jlch lie was working. «e was brought to DT Forbes office where several stitches were necessary. St. Benedict News Bancroft: A co.'.n shower honor ing Helen Coyne was held at the E J Deiterlng home last Monday evening. Bunco was played with Krteihl Fredrickson winning h.gh prize and Mrs. Harold Lampe low. Miss Coyne left Tuesday for Camp Bowie, Texas, where she will be married to Corp. Don Shillington. A party was held at the home of R E. Johnson Thursday evening honoring George Johnson. Guests were Mrs. L Swift and Karen of Blue Earth, Mr. and Mrs. Esther Persig of Blue Earth, Mr. and Mrs Tom Johnson and sons, Elmore, Mrs Mrs. Brnard Looft and family and Mrs. Frank Dontje and daughter of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Carson Johnson and sons of Algona, Mr and Mrs. R. E. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson of Ledyard Victor Mansmith, son of Mr. and •Mrs C. I. Mansmith, left Saturda> or the Great Lakes Naval '.rain ng station. Mary Jean Johnson, daughter o Mrs. Dora Johnson, underwent a appendix operation at the Kossutl hospital In Algona Thursday. Oran Grain, son of Mr. and Mrs Oscar Grain, left Saturday evening for Chicago where he will attend the Coyne Electrical school. Clarence Braddock, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Braddock, received a bad- Mr and Mrs. Cliff Dehnert and Imogene of Mason City were visM. ors at the Magnus Rahm home last Wednesday. Max Ferstl was inducted in th U. S. army a week ago Monday and left for his destinat'dn Monda> morning after an 8-day furlough. Pupils of the 5th and 6th grad rooms held a pop corn sale for th rest of the school Saturday and i was well patronized. Proceeds wi go to the Missions. y injured left eye Sunday when a tullet Went through the cofner of t. Mrs. A. H. Foth and Thomas spent he week end at S'ArmlnJrtpM 1 , Minn., visiting A. H. SVttK and Mrs. W. D. O-Hern, Mrs. Fottfs flister of St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Harris and Mr. Thompson of Davenport came, last Thursday for a week end visit with relatives here. Dr. and (Mrs. A. J. Murphy and daughter of Wlnthrop spent the week end visiting at the Thomas Murphy and Mrs. Katherlne Vaske Somes and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jack (McDonald and family of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. J. McNerney and sort of Des Molrtes, Mrs. J. A. Devlne and John were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. W. A. Murray. Dr. M. A. McDevitt, former dentist of Winthrop, Iowa, has rented rooms in the Kennedy department store second floor and will open an office there Dec. 1. Mrs. McDevitt Is a cousin of A. W. Kennedy. Mrs. Don Blaf.r, Mrs. William Hammond, Mary Jean Dugan of Omaha, Nebr., and Billy Welp, seaman first class of Iowa City, spent the week end visiting at the F. J Welp home and with other relatives. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wolf were Mr. and Mrs. F H. Mescher and Helen, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hatten, Mr. and Mrs. F J. Hatten, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hatten and Ronald, StacyvMle, Miss Clara Gustafson and George Hatten of Austin, Minn, JUNIOR CLASS PRESENTS PLAY AT LIVERMORE Ltvermore: The junior class play, "Meet the Folks" was presented at the high school auditorium Friday and Saturday evening, Nov. 20-21 Following is the cast of characters. Mrs. Smith, Lydla Grohand ^Esther Larson; Pa Smith, Fred Me- Keniie; James Smith Daryl Fredrick; Mary Jane Smith, Betty Hughes; Parker, Lora Jean Hoganson; Chuck Sage, Wayne Johnson; Jewel Cartwright, Delores Oron- bach; Harold Watson ,Dick Wonderly; Hedy Harington," Beverly Logue; Marta Davis, Helen Underberg and Levlna Bordwell; Gllly Glllywater, Lyle Dudley. HPJSTS**- nfttoA. <Vl8Udfs At the «—» —. honie were Mrt. C&oWder of 1 D., M#«. Defhime Of Elk jrumc and Mrs. Phillips of Sioux 3ity. They are all sisters 6f Mrs. News Items of Burt Vicinity Mrs. Arch Burger of Burt spe,Tt Silver Sewed ••Silver Sewed" is the name of the most comfortable low shoe in this world. No more tired, aching feet for the ladies who wear Silver Sewed. You can forget foot trouble. The upper is of soft smooth kirfskin. The sole while quite thick, is made extremely flexible. No breaking in. You just forget you bought shoes. They come in two patterns, * plain toe and a fancy gypsy tip toe. Both patterns axe five eyelet ties which insures a good ankle fit. Sizes 5 to 9, price $2.25. When ordering by mail just say "Silver Sewed", state what size you want and whether tip or plain toe. You are buying comfort when you buy these shoes. Three hundred pairs of them just arrived from the factory. We can fit your feet. We hav« all sizes and all widths. They will cure your feet and make the world look rosy. My wife is wearing a pair. She even speaks to me before breakfast now. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN Roland Chafee and his friend, Duane .Kline, Webster City, were busi-1 ness visitors in Des Molnes Thursday. The Fidelis Sunday School class will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. George Manus as ass'st- ing 'hostess. The Band Mothers' club '« making plans for a Mothers' and Daughters' banquet to be held at the school house Tuesday evening, Dec 1. A post-nuptial shower for Mrs. Hugh Williams, nee Esther Bahling, was held at the Ben Bahllng home Thursday afternoon. About 40 guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tjaden at tended the funeral of Cornelius Johnson, an uncle of Mr. Tjaden, at Lattimer last week Tuesday. He was an uncle of Mr. Tjaden. Mrs. Hugh McDonald entertained in honor of Dorothy McDonald and Luella Weiske, who are leaving this week for Seattle, Washington. There were 12 guests. The Presbyterian and Methodiat churches will hold a union Thanksgiving service at 10:30 a. m. Thursday at the Methodist church. The Rev. Paul Figge will deliver the sermon. Mrs. H. L. Sauerman visited from Monday to Wednesday here with ler parents, Mr .and Mrs. Al Staehle. They accompan.'-ed her lack to her home at Sparta, Wis.,, LIVE STOCK AUCTION Stockei and Feeder Cattle Thursday, Nov. 26 750 - CATTLE • 750 100 good Montana Hereford Steer calves, wt. 400-500 Ibs. 50 good Montana Hereford heifer calves, wt. 350-400 Ibs. 65 good Montana Hereford yearling steers, wt. 600 Ibs. 30 good Montana Angus yearling steers, wt. 700 Ibs. 15 good Montana Angus steers, wt. 950 Ibs. 20 good Montana Angus heifers, wt. 75o Ibs. 50 good Montana Hereford steers, wt. 700 Ibs. 30 good Montana Hereford steers, wt. 1000 Ibs. 150 good Dakota Shorthorn and White Face heifers, wt. 500700 Ibs. 150 good locally consigned steers and heifers, wt. 600-100o Ibs. 10 Hereford feeding cows, wt. 850 Ibs. Above lota of cattle are consigned direct from the range. They are as good a set of cattle as we have sold any time th!« season Our cattle have been selling from 25c to 75c lower here than on any river market. This will be one of the last big sales of the season. SALES ABE HEJJJ EVEBV TpUBSDAY 6ARNER SALES CO. GARNEB, IOWA for a week or two's visit. The Woman's Society of Chris tlan Service.held ilts annual bazaa and chicken dinner Thursday eve ning. A fine crowd attended and the society cleared nearly $160.00 the most ever taken in at a bazaar. A Home Project training school was held at Mrs. Ralph Steward's last Tuesday afternoon. Miss Schultz, home demonstration agent, gave the lesson on "Conservation and Remodelling of the Family Wardrobe. 1 " Virgil Schrader and Lawrence Chipman left Wednesday evening for Milwaukee, Wis. Mrs. Willis Chipman and son, who had been visiting here, returned home with them. The men expect to go on a deer hunting trip in Wisconsin. Leona Neitzcl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neltzel, was married Monday, Nov. 16, at Austin, Minn., to Clinton Henderson, formerly of LaCrosse, Wis. Mr. Henderson is employed at Austin, Minn., and the couple will make its home there. The Woman's club met last week Monday evening at the home of Mrs. R. H. Thompson with Mrs. F. L. Pratt as assisting hostess. The program included "Governments f.n Exile" by Lulu Hawcott and a book study of "Children of Abraham" by Sholenv; Asch, given by Mrs. H. E. Rachut. A baby boy Was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bordwell Tuesday morning. A Mrs. Ackerman of Palmer visited last Wednesday with her daugli ter, Mrs. Henry Reiter. Joe Koppen and daughter, El canor of iLedyard visited Frldaj with Livermore friends. Mr. Weber and Mr. Heftl of Lu Verne attended a meeting of lock er operators at Ames Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Seeger an daughter, Mrs. Betty Porter visited Tuesday at Algona and Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffman visited Sunday at the home of their son, Howard in Des Moines and with their daughter, Veda who is employed In Des Moines. . Mrs. Jay Shriever and daughter arrived Thursday to make her home with her mother, Mrs. Mary Mur- Mr. and Mr*. Phillip WllsOn left Wednesday for Miller, S. D. They were accompanied by Ronald Jennings, who has .been visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jennings. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Holmes, who have been vlslttagf her sister, Mrs. Harold Frederick and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sebner Holmes re* turned to Nebraska where he Is ing defense work. Mrs. Amelia Hoffman was hostess to the Friendly sewing club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Sewing was the afternoon's entertainment, After sewing a lunch was served by Mrs. Hoffman. The Jolly Bight club held a surprise party on Mrs. George iLenertz. at the home of Mrs. Alv.'.rt iLenertz Friday afternoon. The afternoon was spent in playing bridge. Prizes were won by Lena Aaltman and Mrs. Mathilda Poooh. A lunch was served by Mrs. Alvin Lenertz and Mrs. Ted Wagner. Mrs. Mabel Paulson was hostess to the Equality club at her home Thursday afternoon. The following program was given: roll call, A Recent Book; Monaco, Nice and Monte Carlo, Mrs. Lelth Opheim; Naples, Mrs. Molly 'Foth; book review, Mrs. Nellie Dunphy. After the program a social afternoon was spent. Mrs. Lulu Clark was hostess to the Delta Dek club at her home Saturday afternoon. A dessert luncheon was served after which bridge was enjoyed. High prize was won by Mrs. Ardls Hamm. Other prizes p iflHXBa fsinf CU*V« **»*•** **^f£ •••«• m* •••«•—-—-*f WT»M •*» i"ki m lEKftrjIfli and Ml*i Anita All- Mrs. U*>I6 Brown was ho»t*M to totf t>lno3»l«f fttoto at Jher h«Me «« SVJda? ahernom. Pinochle was played and the prize was* won by Mrs. George Roepke of AWdna. Mrs. Roepke, Mrs. Claire Roepke of Algona and the Misses Margaret M6l!n and Lena Altman were the guestn. A luncheon was served at the close Of the afternoon. , The Twentieth Century club mot at the home of Mrs. 'Leona Hintz Tuesday afternoon. The follOwirg Ouf B', Which a hostess. Uttunttl A "devil's ciaW," a ^«d «idom found In thU> parl . ot th| «frtgr has (been displayed by ^rt. I* «• Miller of Oseeoia. The seed pods ofthi Plant have d™'*•» tour Inches long., They curve In Woh fc way that they hook around the B Winterize Your Car! Drive in today for a complete conditioning for coldI weather. Its time for winter grease and oil as well as anU-freews in your radiator. .. USE CHAMPUN ODLfl, GAS AND GREASE Park's Super Service Phone 798 State and Htofcut 8t \\\ ^A 20 Titonka Vicinity News Items Mrs. John Wilson and Vfola Isebrand were Algona shoppers Thursday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Snuttjer and children visited with relatives at George Wednesday and Thursday. Mr and Mrs. Dale Craven left i.'riday for Waterloo to spend the week end wtth his sister, Mrs. Harold McElvenny. The supper and bazaar at the Ramsey Reformed church Thursday evening turned out fine. The returns amounted to $320. Sam Miller and h's daughter, Louise motored to Camp Dodge Tuesday to see Pvt. Ben Miller who left Nov. 10 for military service. Fred Thies has resigned his position as buttermaker at thn local creamery to take effect Dec. 1st The family will move to Pasndena Culif. Mrs. Henry Plaisier accompaniet by John Greenfield of Woden, left Friday morning for Castlewood, S D. to visit Mrs. Plaisier's parents the Ed Harr-.ngaa. Mrs. Harold Miller was hostes to the U-Deal-M club Thursday af i ternoon. Mrs. George Higgins anc !rs. C. B. Egesdal received de >nse stamps as prizes. Mrs. Wm. Ricklefs and Raymon jturned Wednesday evening fron nkeny and Des (Moines, where the isited wtth Mr. Ricklefs ami Ray- lond enlisted in the army. Thursday night, Nov. 26, there /ill be skating and risim-ing party | t Miller's roller rinl:, honoring; gt. Jimmie Hubcr mid l j vt. Ed-' mrd Harms who ;ire home on a urlough. Mrs. Amos Bonacker, Judith and Danny, left by train from Weiley Monday for Oregon, where they will make their home. Mr. Bonacktr, Marlin and Uivakl, left by car four [ays earlier. The Titonka Woman's club met with (Mrs. Mayme Peterson Thursday evening. The lesson was from he November Readers D!«est with Mary Budlong and Mary Oester- •eicher as leaders. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Anderson and son, Steven of Storm Lake, were dinner guests at the Wm. Ricklefs lome. Sgt. Jimmy Huber who is lome on a furlough also was a dinner guest of the Ricklefs. Mrs. Ray Miller, Mrs. Wayne Miller and daughter, Roslyn, Mrs Harold Miller and Mrs. F. G. Elliott attended the shower honor .'ng Mrs. Gilbert Pefferman, Jr., a Swea City Wednesday afternoon Reinder Krominga has leased thi Hanson locker plant and alread; has taken possession. Reinder i experienced in butchering and op erating a locker system. Jim Han sen will go to Ankeuy Monday to work at the plant there. Mrs. Sam Olson, Forest City, Mrs S. A. Selinger, of Davenport anr Mrs. Lloyd Wiltsie, Waterloo, visit ed with Mr. and Mrs. John Wilsoi Monday. Mrs. Olson is Mr*. WM son's mother and the other ladie are sisters of Mrs. Wilson. Alvin Honken and Frank Reynolds left Wednesday morning; Alvin to see about a job at Baraboo, Wis., and Frank to visit at the home of a brother in Milwaukee for a couple of weeks. Franks nephew is leav'-nfc soon for the service. (Mrs. L. G. Smith and daughter, Gladys Ann, took Mrs. Louise smith to Estherville Saturday where he will visit her daughter, Mr. ind Mrs. John Hanson-. Mrs. 'Louse .Smrth has been visiting the L G. Smiths the past three weeks and ler home is at Holland. The Titonka Federated club mci Tuesday, Nov. 24, at the home o: Urs. Leonne Intermill. Roll cal was answeerd by a Good Healtl Habit. The book review was given by Mrs. Gertrude Bartlett. The lesson was Child Health—the State and National Dilemma^ by Mrs Seulah Nelson. St. Benedict News >0<3- pv OS* &** D OU 2 q< VAM&* .A 95 CHRISTMAS CARDS K 10 vuft*: Sot* **e.£ d6 >^ A. we ben' giies. es»o lUtiM* .jrttncpt dou» in t^\ -P-* C Vf l?:ViU>H% c ° \r-Vi'- <i t*V\ ^..>«A**» CO ,tf.o» 16 rted. P 1 «t I »*»• •P*^**"* \ values. E*tr •e»ety of •U fine M l beautifully ored. 20 matching velopes indu packed in col- mended. box. BATTLE CHECKERS •^ ~^^^ A new, exciting "Beat The Axis" game. Be- acoming aa popular as Chinese Checkers. Played like checkers. ,\&V £S*> ton* 0 *' • M*tY&C*-* VH ~** /-nil u* v j T ^B ^^^H This * t {Biirtly c re <i 9S»* • ^^M iSf^'lv..-" &oo sa-* \(fr* l ^vv»» itsSi LW Mrs Harvey Johnson, Alice an Larry and Matt Kelley, Mrs. John son's father, went to Vinton, low; Saturday to visit with Mr. Kelley son there and returned home on Monday. Miss Bernadine Hirner and her friend were over the week end visitors with Bernadine's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bemis and also enjoyed some pheasant hunting Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Froehlich of Cedar Rapids were last/week Wednesday to Saturday visttors at the Dan Froehlich home also at the Francis Froehlichs, returning Saturday afternoon. 'rLee Kapler and son, Clarence nnd daughter, Dorothy of near Fort Atkinson were visitors at the Greg Studer home several days last week. Mr. Kapler and Mrs. Studer are cousins and also called on the Ben 3orr family Wednesday evening, First meeting of the Town Card club was held a week ago Thursday with (Mrs. Ben Dorr, winners being Mrs. Mary Cink and Mrs francis Mayer and second meeting last Thursday with Mrs. Win Arndorfers, winners being Mrs Goldie Erickson and Mrs. Mayer Next Tuesday they will meet with Mrs. Francis Mayer. ^ v° vtfT^ yij |t i FRESHCANDIES 33*.. 'I 39 VCP** chocolote*- MEN'S ARMY SOCKS 3 Pair Packed in Victory mailing kit. Made to U. S. Army spacifica- tioni, Mercerixed cot-' ton. v^ V V>1 iot *•;$*£*' *>>" StT Mirror. °^box.Un- *| Ctfr^- AP^iFt SET CARDIE'' AW yjQOV »tW^rh^" i\ewif» QuftVrty V»VJ t .bo*e»- S^SJSSr.**- s^Sr U* Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 45953 to District Court, Nov ber 10, 1942. To All Whom It May Concern: You are Hereby Notified, That a instrument of writing purporting t be the last Will and Testament o Katie Chttton, deceased, dated Jun 1, 1942, having been this day file< opened and read, Saturday the 12th day of December, 1842, is fixed tor 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 sa!4 instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. 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