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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 24, 1942
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Ths JUgooa Upper Pro MolaM, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 24,1948 WHITTEMOREMEN MOVETO NEW JOBS IN OTHER PLACES Whlttemore: ObnnVs Doyle, Who has delivered milk from the Whltte- more Farmers Creamery the past eight years, resigned last week and nccepted a position with the Jersey Dairy at Spencer. He started his new duties Monday. Leonard Meyer, who has been employed at the Brwln Slems farm has accepted the job of hauling cream and will take over the cream route Ralph Fandel had and Mr. Fandel wMl have charge of the milk route In town. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver and daughter, Donna Rae, left for Austin, ,Mlnn., Thursday, where Mt. Oliver has accepted a position with the Hormel Packing plant. M«. Oliver and daughter will spend several weeks In Mason City with Mrs. Oliver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Otonelta, before going to Austin to make their home. . Leonard filbert is spending several days here with his parents, Jli*. and Mrs. Simon Elbert. (Mrs. Peter Fucheen of here and Mrs. Sylvester Fuchsert of Algona went to Mar'ori> S. D., to take treat' ments at the Tleszen clinic. Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and her grandson, Ralph Sebers, went to Mason City, Friday evening where they spent the week end with the former's daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker. Mrs. H. W. Behnke returned home from Roselle, 111., Friday morning where she spent the past three weeks getting acquainted with her new grandson at the home of Mr. and Mrs. , Wilbert Habercamp at Moselle. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Myer had MANY LOCAL PEOPLE ATTEND SOHULTZ FUNERAL FRIDAY A number of relatives and friends of Ferdinand Schultz, attended the funeral of Mrs. Schultz near Forest City Friday. Mrs. Schultz, who was ailing the past year passed away at her home Tuesday evening' at the Are You Thinking of Buying a Farm This Year? If So, Inspect This One Re 3929 Snodgrass 320 acres. W% Of Section 24-97-30. Located iy S. W. of Lone Rock on good-gravel road. Plenty of Improvements—electricity, all Webster and Clarfoir loam. A good producer. I can sell this farm in two portions if the purchasers so desire. . Ttenms: Reasonable down payment, balance on liberal contract, payments equiivaj- lent to rent. Get ifull particulars about the Aetna's Safe farm purchase plan before you buy. Write or call E. T. Hauptmann Authorized 'Representative Aetna Life Insurance Co. Convith, Iowa or let your local realtor show you this farm. • 47-48 as dinner guests at their home Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Sr., and August Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, were afternoon callers. The occasion was Albert's birthday. Those who helped celebrate the birthday in the eve ning were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son, Gail, (Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and son, Gerald, Ernest Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer and son, William Elmo, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Latick and family of here, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lleb and family of Lotts Creek. age of 54 years. Funeral services were conducted from the Lutheran church seven miles northeast of Garner, the Rev. W. T .Wolfgram having charge of the services. Those who attended from here were Mr .and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz, Mrs. Anna Dau and daughters, Wllma and Luanna, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dau, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer, Mrs. Erwin Bargman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jergens, Mr. andMrs. Henry Kuecker and Mr. and Mrs.. C. C. Baas and daughter, Elda and Mrs. George Maahs. The Schultzes formerly lived south of town before moving to Forest City. WESLEY JUNIORS PLAY NIGHT Wesley: '"The Phantom Bellsf' was presented by the junior class of the public school at the auditorium Wednesday night. The cast '•neluded: Mrs. 'Rhodes, Mary Lee Erdman; Laura Rhodes, Alice Youngwlrth; Lela Layles, Catherine Schrauth; Miriam Booth, Aria Jean Yeege; Harriet Forbes, Shirley Hansen; Joseph Kennedy, Joe Johnson; Ned Carruthers, Lowell Erdman; Jack Page, Robert Diekman; Darrcll Carson, Bud Alne; Victor Lavelle, Paul Riggs. Mrs. Hem- mlngway is the class sponsor. Read The Want Ads--It Pays. DON'T LET DREADED MASTITIS DUB to Streptococcus Ago/ocf/oe ROB YOU OF YOUR PROFITS Here Is good news for every farmer who has Mastitis In his herd. About ninety per cent of aU Mastitis, or Garget, Is caused by Streptococcus eftfllactlac. The new discovery, Beebe G-U»c,_<Tyrothrlcln) consists of Gramicidin and "Tyrocldln. Beebe G-Lac stop* the action of Streptococcus aftalac- tlaeVlf Mastitis, due to this microbe. Is cutting Into your milk production .. . If your best dairy cows are In danger—act now! Get Beebe G-Lac. You'll be anuued at the results. Beebe G-Lac Is easy to Inject Into the teat canal. Beebe G-L«c dots right to work. Don't let Mastitis (due to Streptococcus aftalactlae) rob you of your profit* Get Beebe G-Lac today. _._.. Let us arrange laboratory MASTITIS tests of milk samples from TFCTINm y° ufl cows. Only 15c per ' Eft 1 *.'l „ "ample tested. Ask us for SERVICE details. No obligation. LUSBY & GIOSSI A OFFICERS ELECTED AT M. F,. SUB-DISTRICT RALLY A Methodist sub-dfstrlct rally was held at the local church here Sunday, Nov. 15th. Sixty-live young people from Algona, Burt, West Bend, Good Hope and .Wesley attended. Officers who will also serve as district officers were elected: president, Jeanne Buthman, Algona; vice president, Elaine Engstrom, Good Hope; secretary, John Riebhoff, Burt; treasurer, Betty Sarchet, Good Hope; worship and evangelism, Jean Thorpe,, Algona; world comradeship, Lorena. Riebhoff, Burt; community service, Lowell Erdman, Wesley; recreation, Francis Price, Algona. •Mrs. Morris Page will entertain her bridge club Thursday, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kunz have adopUd a three months old baby boy, William Joseph. ' Mrs. Olaf Funnemark will "be the hostess to the Prlscilla Phoebe society Wednesday, Nov. 25th. The Rebekahs and Odd Fellows enjoyed a chicken supper in their hall Monday evening, Nov. 16th; Master Sgt. Gordon Loebig of Pine Bluffs, Arkansas, is spending a furlough at h!s parental Ed Loebig home. The Catholic Missionary society will meet Wednesday .afternoon, Nov. 25. The C. D. of A. will meet that evening. Mrs. Elliott Waldschm.'-dt and two children spent several days last week at the Leo Waldschmidt home near Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loebig and son, Master Sgt. Gordon Loebig were Thursday evening dinner guests at the Evroul Loebig home. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison and Geraldine Bruns attended a dinner and bankers' meeting in Emmetsburg Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benton, who had spent some time with their daughter, Mrs. Don White, at Des Moines, have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brooke of St. 'Jfcul left Tuesday for their home following a few days' visit at her parental, Chsut. Kraus home. J I* Haverly was honored by a aurprfced birthday party Tuesday evening. Bingo was played followed by a delicious lunch served by Mrs. Haverly. Supt. and Mrs. Morris Page will spend the Thanksgiving; vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mr*. Roy Page and Mr- and MM - -Geo. Specht at 4 Oskaloosa. The Study club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Al Wagner. Mrs. Alfred Erdman had the lesson on "Today's Points of Interest.' The club will meet with Mrs. Roy Kleinpeter Thursday, Dec. 3rd. •Friday evening dinner guests at the Ed Loebig home were their sons and their famiies, the. Edmund Loebigs of Algona, the Wilbur and Evroul Loebigs of Wesley and Sgt. Gordon Loebig of Pine Bluffs, Arkansas. Mrs. Clarence Ward entertained members of the four circles of tho Methodist Ladies Aid at her home Tuesday afternoon. have purchased the The Wards Wesley resi dence where the Tom McMahon family live and will move in the spring, Thayer Mullin, Theodore Johnson, Ted Hoover and Clement Hillyard were initiated into the Odd Fellowsi lodge Wednesday night, Nov. 18th. Four car loads of Odd SEASON SCHEDULE FOR LUVERNE HIGH BASKETBALL TILTS LuVerne: If private means of transportat'on can be arranged the following will be the basketball schedule for the LuVerne high school teams: November 24, Goldfield here, boys' first and second teams; December 4, Rcnwick, there, boys and girls; December 38, Livermore, there; January 5, Corwith here, boys; January 8, Bode, there, boys and girls; January 12, Vernol, here, boys and girls; January IS, Goldfleld, there, boys; January 2124, Little Nine tournamnet at Humboldt; January 26, Livermore, here boys; January 28-30, girls' county tournament: February 2, West Bend, there, boys and girls; Feb 4-6, boys' county tournament; Feb 12, Renwick here, boys and girls Feb. 19, Corw'th, there, boys; Feb 23, Bode, here, boys and girls; Feb 20, Vernon, there, boys and girls Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wlll'ams, o Hudson, South Dakota, were guest of the J. L. Eustaces last week. Marilyn CVConnell, Humboldt, i at home of her grandparents, Mr LuVerne Department Called to Field Fire LuVerne: 1 Last Wednesday afternoon when Clifton Richardson was burning off his soy bean straw, the fire spread to an alfalfa field on the J. M. Worby farm and was working toward the buildings when the LuVerne fire department was, called to extinguish tho bHzc. The ocal fire department has had very few calls since the purchase of the| new fire truck. Fellows drove to Forest City that evening where the initiation ceremonies were held. Mrs. Alf Studer entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon.. Mrs. Frank Bleich was a guest. Mrs. J. L. Studer won high score prize and Mrs. George Ward received travel prize. Mrs. Studer will be hostess to the club on Thursday, Dec. 10th at a Christmas party. Mrs. August Engstrom and Mrs. Albert Johnson came home from Bstherville Wednesday. Monday, they went to Burt to visit at the Renry Engstrom home. After a short visit in the Otto Engstrom home Trr Elmore, Mrs. Johnson will go to St. Paul and River Falls. Wis., to visit her children before going home to Grantsburg, Wis. Eva Studer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben G. Studer, was honored at a pre-nupt.'al shower Sunday afternoon, Nov. 5th in the Catholic parish hall. Mrs. Lou Wingert won the high score prize in 500. Many gifts were left for the honoree who was married Monday morning to Ronald Waldschmidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt of Fort Dodge, formerly of Wesley. Mrs. Arlo Dawson, Mrs. Vee Mullin, Mrs. Harry Braley, Mrs. Fred Diekman. Mrs. Julius Kunz, and R. K. R'chardson attended the annual county Red Cross meeting at Algona Tuesday afternoon. Officers elected were Lucille Zerfass, Algona, chairman; H. A. French, Titonka, vice chairman for north Kossuth; Mrs. Corbin, LuVerne, vice- chairman for south Kossuth; Mrs. Wessels, secretary and Mrs. Lin- nun, treasurer. Grant News and Mrs. Wm. Ellis, recovering from the mumps. .Betty Ramua visited friends a Mason C'ty the former part of last week. She returned Wednesday evening. Mrs. Ralph Ballard, Rodwond Falls, Minn., was a guest t>.t the home of her niece, Mrs A. W. Riley last week (Monday. JoAnn Wanrabier, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Warmbier, has been suffering with pneu- monja and has been a patiant in the Kossuth hospital at Algona. Imogene Mildred is the name chosen for the daughter born on Nov. 11 to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Heggen, Clarion, former LuVerne rest- dents. They have one son, Arthur Ward. Everett Alexander from Camp NOTICE ••--.-.•-•- .-. . :..„• -v- , .* ..£.. .1. ,.*. , ......... i( . ALL BATION APPLICATIONS MADE OUT HEBE L. S. Bohannon OVER S. & L. DEPT. STOBE (Over 1000 cars Insured at this office.) News Items ofLakota Vicinity Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman were Mason City visitors Thursday. W. D. Ley Srove to Des Moines Thursday for a two-day business F Tne Dr. H. H. Murrays spent last week Sunday at the R. J. Helmers at Fenton. . • Mrs. Marie Bberts entertained the Lutheran Mission society at her home last week Wednesday. Mrs. A. C. Schlssel and son, Joe, spent Thursday with Mrs. Schissel s piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin (PUBLIC AUCTION) S As I am moving to a smaller place I will sell the following, = H 6 miles north and £ east of Algona, and 4 miles straight south = = of Burt, on '...*- ' = Friday, II '42 S Sale to start at 12:30 Lunch wagon on grounds ^ 100 Head of Livestock HEAD OF HORSES 51 s 1 roan gelding, wt. 1500, 12 yrs. old; bay gelding wt. 1500, | = 8 yrs. old; team of mares 7 yrs, old brown and black, weight j ~~ 1400; bay mare 13 yrs, old, wt. 1300. ~ 22 - HEAD of CATTLE 221 Seven cows and 1 white face bull, rest young stock, ' 71 EWE3 AND 2 BLACK FACED RAMS "" Farm Machinery, Etc. Ma««ey Harrli 101 tractor on rubber j Ma§sey Harrii pow- >r lift cultivator; Mawey Harris 16-in, gang plow? interna- ionaM4-ft. due; International ll-ft. spring tooth harrow; , New Idea 2-row ^ corn pteken ?2 * 36 International threthmg machine; set of good breeching harne$e; 800 balei of itraw; 700 bale* of alfalfa. TERMS— Ca<h or make arrimseroeiita with slerk. ^^ fjfnlf9f ^ i ^ ll>IJmlrfll ^ r ^ mi ^ lf9l g^^i*^*mi*fm'~^^mi&mm*Vi i e^fV!*^i~ .,„ ,_^-, ,-„._, ..... JOHN LONG, Jr. Prop. aunt, Mrs. Wagner at Buffalo Cen- :er. Ahrend Hans, Loren Hans and Dwight Smith were business- visitors at Marshalltown a week ago Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Paulson drove to Peoria, HI., and spent last week end with Earl's sister and family, :he David Prices. Mr. and Mrs. Aage Hanson and three children of Irvington visited with the Walter Hans lost week Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Baum and their employers, Mr. and Mrs. Howard, all of Ames, were last week end visitors at the Wm. Baums. Marvin Klocke is back at work in the C. R. Smith and Co. store after an absence of six weeks while he was taking treatment for eye trouble. , Mrs. Ernest Jorgenson, Elmore, Mrs. P. C, Jorgenson and Mrs. Art Countryman, both of Ledyard, were last week Sunday visitors at the Walter Hans home. Mrs. Henry Otlhoff has been seriously 111 the past week and was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital for observation but was brought home the following day. Mrs. Ida Smith entertained Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley, Mason City, at dinner last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krall and Helen Davidson of Lakota were also guests. Erman Hanson reports that their their little daughter who received first degree burns a week ago is recovering n:>cely but she and her mother are still at the hospital in Algona. Mesdames Allton Anderson and E. L. Grabau were hostesses to the W. S. C. S. at the Methodist church last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. J. H. Warburton had charge of devotions. Mrs. E. R. Ballard, West Union, is vistting her daughter and family, the Allton Andersons. She expects to stay until Thanksgiving and Mr. Ballard will join her here for Thanksgiving with the Andersons. The Elmer Dow family of Sheffield were last week Sunday visitors with Mrs. Dew's brother, Harry Mussman and wife, Mrs. Mussman's mother, Mrs. F. C. Kiester, Elmore, was a week end visitor with the Mussmani James, little four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kluger east of town, has been ill with flu-pneumonia but is recovering. Last week Monday Mrs. Kluger was taken sick with flu and *s confined to her bed. Mr. KUigev'a brotber-4n-law and wife, the WHlard Harrisons of Swes are stay.'ng at the Kluger Barkely, Texas, and Howard Barton of- Pendleton, Field, Oregon, came home laat week for furlo'ughs at the O. S. Alexander and Kate Bar ton homes respectively. Chas. Dugdale, Oregon. 111., .visited his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Allen last week. Mrs. Marguerite Smith and daughter, Mary Ann, were also guests at the Aliens over the week end. Luther Johnson who has been operating a milk route in LuVerne the last two years is having a closing out sale next Saturday selling his cows and dairy equipment and wil" move to Des Moines. Mrs. George Hanselman- is moving to town in the spring and 's holding .1 salt November 30. The Youth Group met last week Monday evening at the Community hall for its December meeting The evening was spent at games and sun- tests after which an oyster stew was served by the committee consisting of Dorothy Devick and Dorothy Swanson. A Christmas party will be held Dec. 14th. -The Good Will Club met Thura- da afternoon with CMrs. Otto Hamus and Mrs, H. D. Ristau and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf were social cha'-r- men for the afternoon. Roll call was answered by naming some of the family customs in observing Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Helena Stripling will be the hostess at the December meeting. The LuVerne Live Wires met on Saturday, November 14 with Etta Jean Fett. Six members and two leaders were present. After the club pledge was given, roll call was answered by naming a reason for buying war bonds. 'Mrs. Lafe Oxley gave a talk on Sewing Equipment. Charlotte Guy will b<> hostess at the next meeting on Dec. 12th. The Methodist W. S. C. S. circles met last week with Mrs. Kate Barton. Mrs. Guy Giddings and Mrs Harold Phillips. These meet'-ngs were one week early due to the fact that the regular date would be the __ day before Thanksgiving. A num-1 —; her of the women met at the parson- Mrs. Ed Junkermeier and the J. C. Blomes were at Appleton, Minn., last week on business. Earl Colwell and Rudolph Engstrom of Ames spent the past week visiting at the Walter Engstrom home. Mr. and Mrs. Schmall of Mason City have been spending a few days v/ith their daughter, Mrs. Rose Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lien and Jerilyn and Lois and Jean Wnter- bury visited with Mrs. W. F. McFarland in Bancroft Monday afternoon. Eddie Bosnia, who is on furlough from Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., called at the Wm. Beck home Monday. Also at the Wm. Beck's were Mrs. Kenneth Beck and brother Mike Bosma of Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beck and Sandra were Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Gertrude Beck home in Swea City. Elsie Beck and Yel mer Sol.'«t of Forest City and Mrs Kenneth Beck of Lakota were als there. Sunday guests at the Ditswortl home were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer | Ditsworth and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Linde and famMy, Mr and Mrs. Andrew Madsen and family and Mrs. Nelson Linde. Velma Waterbury and Floyd Cfi- well were married Monday, No^. 9, at the Sacred Heart church in Ledyard with Father Maynard officiating. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald. Out CLOSINC-ODT -FARM SALE Having quit farming, Mrs. Goo. Hanselinftn will llave a sale on farm 2 miles east and % mile south of LuVerne on Monday, Nov. 30 Sale include* 37 Cattle, 5 Horses, 41 Fall Pigs and complete set of Farm Machinery Sale begins at 12 noon Luth. Ladies Aid will serve lunch at 11:30 Mrs. Geo. Hanselman H. Brummond, Auctioneer First Nat'l Humboldt, Clerk 47* of town guests attending the wedding were Mrs. Jenny Colwell of Algona, Mrs. Macarvel and Patsy Colwell of Marllen and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell of Algona. BOYS There is a tremendous need for a clean, wholesome and educational, yet entertaining boy's publication. That's why, for 30 years, the Boy Scouts of America has published BOYS' LIFE. It's the magazine you will be glad to give your son Only $2.00 a jttar...}430 for 3 yean Send your order to: " •OTS' lift, No. 2 Park Av«., New York Or lo your newspaper office or local agent 47-48 Lilac.Carnation. Pine. Rose. Pastel Colors Regularly 75^ Special 59 the box 6 CAKE—EITHER STYLE—9 CAKE Beautifully sculptured sachet soaps for you who appreciate the finest. Daintily packaged, exquisitely perfumed. • FOR PERSONAL USE • FOR BRIDGE PARTIES • FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS REMEMBER every package of soap you buy aids the production of GLYCERINE FOR WAR LUSBY & GIOSSI FOE QUICK RESULTS—USE THE WANT ADS age Thursday to clean it. It, is not occupied now as the supply, the Rev. R. C. Cook lives at Rcnw'<:k and comes here for Sunday morning services. ^Kininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiiiiiiiinm PUBLIC SALE S As I am moving to a smaller farm I will sell the following at the farm 7 miles H east and one-half mile north of West Bend, 3% miles straight south of Cresco The Girl Scouts held their week. ly meeting at the town ball IIM* week Wednesday evening and both classes worked on theft projects, -The Intermediate class is making FLAIG & cloth dotts for Christmas. Apple betty and popcorn were -served for lujjch. Elsie Enderlan4 is the girls' i and Jeanne Christopherson assltant. JBoth are public school teachers. Mesdames I. E. Wortman and H. H. Murray attended the annual Bed Cross meeting at Algona last week and report the following elected 44 county officers: president, Mrs, Paul gerfass, Algona; secretary, L#rei» WesM Burt; treasur- Wnnan; soutfe ha}J er, Mrs. county chairman, Mrs. Corijfe, uortjj b*U, How»r4 Svea, Minn., were last week visitors at the J. H. Holcombs. A nephew of Mrs. J. H. Holcomb, Fred Dahl, was on a furlough at h'.s home in East Chain, Minn., and Sunday the Holcombs and their guests, the Harold Wallentines also the George and Ted Wallentines, Dakota, drove to the Will Dahls at East Chain for a family visit with the service man. Mrs. H. H. Murray entertainod the Past Matrons of the Buffalo Center chapter at a 7 o'clock dinner party Thursday evening. The dinner was served picnic style in the recreat'on room and the evening was spent at bridge with Mrs. Carl Christensen winning 1 high score. Present were Mesdames L. P. Miller, Lester Drake, Elso Sapp, J. Guyer, Peter Elman, Dr. Tjode Steinetz, Clinton Sparks,! Cai-1 Christensen, John Slaba, Alfred Put- erson, all of Buffalo Center, and Mrs. J. E. Smith, Lakota. Mrs. Harold Goodwill, City, Mo., spent the past two here v'siting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kline. Her husband, who is in the recruiting service, had a few days' furlough and he also spent last week end Goodwills sister and here. Mrs. family, tho Edward Ahrens of Blue Earth, spent Sunday with the Kline family and the Con Berscbmans of Buffalo Center visited them last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Goodwill who 'a better known here as Delia, Grace Kline, left for Kansas City Satur day. Former Seneca Girl W<*i m Wisconsin Seneca? Werd WMJ Wen receive of the secret marriage of Betty, daughter of Mr. Neson, which fc IftU, at MadiSojy, Wis,, W Tompkinfl of Mason Cjty. Petty has been working in iMason City for the past two years, Her husband is employed to the Decker packing plant They expect to start housekeep- and place June ing in the near future. Nel sons are former Seneca residents, having run the Seneca store for some time. 'RM pwt yewj they (have been re4$flf to Ringsted. S church, on FRIDAY, NOV. 27, 1942 SALE STARTS AT 12:80 49 Head of Livestock 20 - Head of Cattle - 20 Ten milk cows, 10 summer calces. Head of Horses _ Buy mare 7 yrs. old, wt. 1500; sorrel mare 10 yrs, old, wt. 1500? »»re eolt = coining 2 yrs.$ last spring's m»r« colt; smooth mouth black horse, wt. 1400. Fall Hampshire Pigs Farm Machinery 3»row John Deere corn picker* h*y rack; wagon; w*&°» &<«! sjMJBf harrow; 8*row UeCorpiek»l>*erl»g «°rn plow; 8 sets fceftvy w«M* 4WrB9«ff things too numerous to mention. ffHH&*# x . •• -~ MIMHMIMIMMIHillHQIHVHBItlRHRIlllMV^^ TERMS—Cash, .or make Mraigemeilt* Wttfe Mffclaf r,,^ -' K"'J m^^A *vft' f . SECPBJT£ 'jj*t YS ..;.L.i.,Lj*'-i 1 iJF. sC 1

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