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The AltfonA Uppw Dm MoiAM, AlgOttA, MRS. HENRY LOW HEADS OTTOSEN LUTHERAN AID Ottosen: The Lutheran Ladies' Aid met at the church parlors on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Oliver Kilnseth and Mrs., Clarence ftcese as hostesses. The program consisted of reading toy Mrs. Bel- hen, solo by Mrs. Merle Faulk, reading iby Mrs. Loren Daniels, and solo l>y Miss Florence Rasmussen. Election of officers for the coming year was held at this meeting resulting as follows: president, Mrs. Henry Lovig; vice president, Mrs. Roy Jacobson; secretary, Margaret Holt; treasurer, Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson; historian-, Mrs. Cliff Lander And Mrs. Harold Jacobson. The Grace song was sung and the Lord's Prayer repeated. Lunch was served. Ed Johnson of Eagle Grove is spending some time at the Antone Spiech home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and Mrs. Eddie Zrnnel were Fort Dodge visitors Tuesday. Iver Anderson of Mitchell, S. D., •was a several days' guest at the Oscar Movick home . Mr. and Mrs. Earl Forrester of Webster City were Sunday callers at the Cliff Lander home. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and family were Sunday v.'sitors at the Henry Bergum home near Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Clark were Sunday night visitors irr Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacobson were Sunday dinner gueats at the W. P. Truesdell home at Kanawha. Mrs. Regina Enockson, ifarreil ami Virgil, spent the week end at the LeRoy toeppe home at Eagle Grove. The Presbyterian Ladles Aid held its annual chicken noodle supper Wednesday night, Nov. 24 at the church parlors. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid held its annual Norwegian supper on Wednesday, Dec. 2, at the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ruse and son moved to Lltchfleld, Minn., on Tuesday where they will make theii 1 future home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elston >md Mrs. Mayme Hoflus of Gilmore City were Sunday night visitors at the Eugene 'Hofius home. Ed Granseth and daughter, Mrs. Carroll Thadlum and baby of Cedar Falls were Sunday visitors at the Ivan Schneider and Jake Vesterby homes. Mrs. Antone Spiech, Mrs. Paul Bernlnghaus, Evelyn Spiech attended the shower in honor of Mrs. Howard Orvick at Bode Tuesday afternoon. Mr. ejid Mrs. J. M. Crane celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday. They were df'tmer guests of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Movick and Betty Lou. Later they returnnd to their home where they held open house from 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. Many friends and also relatives called upon them. A lunch was served to the guests. Gertrude Meyer left for Mason C'.ty Thursday evening where she will be employed. •• ! [ 'f 'f You will find it easy to shop at tire Oummings ; 5c to $1.<00 store, where you can make your j selection for every member of the family. Christinas Candies A large assortment of hard candies, chocolates and other varieties. Real Christmas Trees The supply will be more limited than usual tliis year so buy your tree while you can. 39c to $1.00 Cumminqs PUBLIC SALE Because of my accident last winter I have decided to quli farming and will offer and sell aH of my personal property now on fine farm to the highest and best Wdder without reBorveon the farm located 3 miles west and V/i miles south of LalGota, 1 mile east and 4 miles south of Ledyard, \Vt miles north and 3'4 east of Bancroft, on Friday, Dec. 4 Sale starts at 12 o'clock Lunch Wagon on Grounds 130 HEAD oi LIVESTOCK 7 Head of Horses Span of Belgian Mares, well matched, weight 3400, in foal, coming 8 years old. Gray Mare, coming 4 years old. Chestnut Sorrel coming 3 years old. Sorrel Stallion, with silver mane and tail coming 9 years old, wt. 2000.. Sorrel Colt, silver mane and tail,' coming 1 year old. A good saddle pony, 7 years old. These are all mighty good horses. If you need a horse don't miss this sale. 31 Head of Cattle 8 Shorthorn Milk Cows. Roan Bull, coming 2 years old. 1 head he'fers and steers, coming 2 years old, wt. 900. 5 head heifers and steers, wt. 650. 7 head heifers and steers, wt. 550. 4 smaller calves. 2 little calves. 92 Head of Hogs 70 fall pigs, wt. 50-60 pounds. 10 brood sows, wt. 200. 12 feeding hogs, wt. 150-200. All vaccinated. 200 White Leghorn Pullets FARM MACHINERY, ETC. Most of this machinery is nearly new Brooder house, 12x14, hay feeder, John Deere gas pump engine, 1'A h o pump jack, New Idea manure spreader, wagonr and box. John Deere 8 ft. binder, Letz feed mill, John Deere 6 ft. mower, McCormlck-Deerlng spring tooth harrow, John Deere rubber t're wagon, John Deere 36 ft. elevator and jack, complete New Idea side delivery rake, bought'new last spring, hav rack, wagon and box, McCormick-Deering hay loader, John Deere corn planter, 4-sectloir drag, feed rack, feed bunks, Fairbanks scales, wt. 1000 ibs. Kke new, gasoline barrel, McCpr- mick-Deering endgate seeder, like new, McCormick-Deenng hand corn sheller, new trailer box, 4 wheel traMer, cement hog troughs, good McCormick-Deering No. 4 cream separator, set of good breeching harness, some collars, good saddle oil burner brooder stove, good Estate Heatrola, Tractor Machinery—John Deere 18 ft disc McCormick-Deeiing corn picker, 2-row, mounted used only 2 seasons, McCormick-Deering cultivator, power Hft McOormick-Deer.'ng 3-bottom plow, McCormick-Deering "M" Tractor, on rubber; hundreds of other articles too num- rstoctoflf Fodder. Several Tons of Good Alfalfa Hay to Barn, Put InWlthout Ra^n. 800 Bushels Good Boone Seed Oatn TERMS-Oish or make arrangements with your banker before the sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Sam Shipler Prinrfe & Oldenbenr, Aucttoneew State Bank of Ixsdyard, Cterh ,¥Br THANKSGIVING Lakota: Thanksgiving 5---here and there were: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thaves, Algona, ^ At ^ Thaves, Lakota, were guests of Mr. Thaves, Lakota, were guests of Emma and Louise Thaves; Mr. an< Mrs. Fred Schroeder entertaine< Mrs. Charles Lewis, Lakota, and her sister and family, the Harvey Reeds Algona; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Out- knecht entertained the family at the August Gutknechts with Mr and Mrs Charles Gutknecht, Mrs. Delia Smith and Emma and Edward Gut knecht and Mr. and Mrs. Augus. Gutknecht as guests; Mr. and Mrs J A. Barger had d'nner with their daughter and family, the Ed Knon- at Ledyard; Mrs. Grace Bruer son, Peter Bruer and family t the day with the Cort Rip- pentrops at Eimore; the Peter Hanson family of Forest City, the Dean Ellsworths of .Lakota were guests at the Dr. H H. Murray home; Mr. and Mrs. James Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton of Waukon spent several days Including Th.anksglvf.ng with Robert's mother, Mrs. Maude Hamilton; Mr. and Mrs. J E. Ukena were hosts to the i. E Wortmans and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton and Mrs. Margaret Warburton ate dinner with the F. o. Torlncs; the Harry Mussmans and their house guest, O»ve Larson, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Mussman'3 mother, Mrs. F. C. Kiester at Eimore. A E Weaver held his farm sale last'week Wednesday it is reported that stock, machinery, etc. brought good prices. The sleet and snow storm cut the attendance some- W Matilda Coupanger is visiting her sister and famMy, the Will Schroed- CI Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barger. Mrs. J H Warburton and Mrs. MargartK Warburton were Fairmont shoppers last week Tuesday afternoon Mrs I E. Wortman entertained the bridge club at her home Tues- M r. ana *»i. J- E. Telcamp, Mr. and Mrs. Cort Rippentrop and Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Rippentrop attended the funeral of Mrs. Telcamp s niece's husband. Paul Lincoln, at Prinncll last week Tuesday. Winston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder, injured one ankle whMc playing basketball at school last week Monday An x- ray showed that the bone had been split so Winston missed n part o. a week of school and has been on Mra. R, C. Batief entertained he* bridge Blub Tuesday afternoon. M M. J. WeBef wa* ft gtte&l In*<>on low score prlW. MM. Arlo Cawson Won high BOffre prtee. Mrs. Alfred Bramah wfll Sf MBtfMt to the club Thursday, Dec. iotfl, Red Cross Meetings will be held every (Monday, Tuesday and Friday afternoons and Tuesday evenings when the rooms above the post of- flee are repapered, linoleum laid and a stove set up. A group of locW Red Cross workers attended a meet ing in Algona Friday. Madeline and Rita, daughters of J. P. Studer and Marjorle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loufis Uckteig. spent the. 1 * Thanksgiving vacation at their parental homes. They are students at the Good Council Academy at Mankato, Minn. Mr. Lickteig drove up after the girls. Robert Kirkpatrick, son of Mrs. Lucille Kirkpatrick, Joe Studer, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Studer and Stanley, son of J. P. Studer, students at the LaSalette Academy at Mllford, came home Wednesday afternoon to spend their Thanksgiving vacation here. J. P. Studer brought the boys home. The Lions club, held its regular dinner and business meeting Wednesday at the Wesley Cafe. Corporal Richard Lawson, Master Sergeant Gordon Loebig, James Rav- erly and Forrest Christiansen were guests. It was voted to donate $6 to -the County T. B. Asociation to be used to give a T. B. test to each pupil in the schools. Week end visitors at the Wallace Benton home were Their daughters, Mrs (Irma D.) A. M. K«sack and daughter, Cheryll Hayward of Chicago, who are here for an extended visit; Mrs. (Audra) W. D. White of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs, (Mildred) Joe Matern of Halgler, Neb., and Miss Virginia Benton of Cleveland, OhSo, who is employed by the American Airlines and who flew here. UNION FOLKS IN THANKSGIVING OBSERVANCES Union: Many people refrained from going long dwtances Thanks- gvlng due to the icy condition o! the roads. Some Who venturjd ttut were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snyder of Des Moines, who/stopped at the home of Mrs. tfon Boevers, Mrs Snyder's sister and in company with Mr. Boevers and daughter, Penelope Spent the day,at the parental Glffen home at 'Fenton. Guests at the August Slagles were: Rev. and Mrs. D. R. Martin Esther Qulrrby, Mrs. Minnie Lonf and (Mrs. Mar.'e Murtagh, all of Algona< At the Presley Sarchet home were their sons, Robert and Roy Sarchet and .CamMles,, Mrs. Arnold Heise of Wtehlta, Kansas, Walter McCormlck, Mrs. Van Horn and children of West Bend. At the Louis Bodes .were Mr. ace Mrs. A. W. Llndsley, son Terry and Robert Ryno of Fort Dodge and the Walter Heerdt family of Union. Guests Friday were MI'S. J. G. Resch and sons, Leo and Gene of Spirit Lake. Durwood McArthurs were guests at the Wm. Brodersons. Mr. and Mrs. Will Rath and the latter's mother, Mrs. Alma Johnson were guests of Mrs. Rath's sister Mrs. Oran Rutledge and family. Another quilting meeting was held at the Chester Bailey home last Friday afternoon. One wool quilt for the Red Cross was finished and another one was started. Ladies assisting Mrs. Bailey were the \Mesdames Ethel Gardner, Emma Boevers, Laura Hohensteln and Ada Hbfius. West Bend Community News an Mrs. Loyal Gingrich and daughter, Lois, were recent visitors with Mrs. Gingrich's Bother, Mrs. Laura Beeson at Blue Earth, Minn. Lois teaches 15 miles from home and drives to and from school each d£ Guy Beemer drove to Algona on Thursday morning to meet hU niece, Beverly Fox, who came from "Cedar Falls by bus the night before but because of the storm stayed in Algona until the next morn- I JTg' Mrs. Will Thaves is spending two weeks visiting her daughter, Viola and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Gunn at Sioux Ctty. Harold Gingrich, son of Mr. ana Mrs. Loyal Gingrich, has been promoted to corporal, where he is in service in a medical corps of the general hospital at Fort Lewis, Washington. Mr. and 'Mrs. Guy Beemer very quietly celebrated their 25th wed- d'.rrg anniversary Nov. 20th. Among gifts' received was a dozen reil roses sent from Cedar Falls by their niece, Beverly Fox, who is attending teachers' college there. The Beemers have two sons, Robert who is attending Iowa State College nt Ames and "Billy" at home. WESLK cloF A. PLANS CHRISTMAS MEETING DEC. 16 Wesley: The Wesley C. D of A held its regular meeting on Wednesday night, Nov. 25th. The crowd was not so large due to the Clement weather. The group voted to I donate $5 to the county T. B. Association. The next meeting will be Wednesday night, Dec. 9th. The regular Christmas party will bo Wednesday night, Doc. 16th. There will be a program, tree and an exchange of gifts. Cards were played and a lunch was served. The Julius Loren/ f-mily spent Thanksgiving at the Joe Loren:: home at Britt. Stella Lloyd. ?r->xine nnd Loretta Klrschbaum of Miison City spent the week end visiting in Wesley. The Lon Omi"i; f:miily were the Thanksgiving di>y guests at the Glen Adrian family at LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Silbaugh and family drove to Ralston Wednesday and spent Thanksgiving with his parents. Miss Arabella McPherson was a Thanksgiving day dinner guest at the Luella, DcEtta and Rodney I^all home. Jerry Wingert, who attends school at Sioux City, spent his Thanksgiving vacation at his parental Lawrence Wingert home. Mrs. Leon Smith and children spent the Thanksgiving week end here with her father. Albert Kleinpeter and other relatives. Lois Hildman and Verla Johnson, students at a business college, Mason CSty, spent the Thanksgiving vacation at their homes. Mrs. George Werllng spent last week visiting friends and relatives at Renwick where the family lived before moving to Wesley last spring. Bernard Erdman, who teaches at Alvord, spent the Thanksgiving week end here at his parental Paul Erdman home and with other relatives. Hilda Goetz spent the Thanksgiving week end with friends at Milwaukee. Stella and Gerry Lloyd of Mason City stayed with Grandma GoeU during Hilda's absence. Edward Funnemark, who teaches at Armstrong and Mildred Funnemark who teaches at Little Rock spent their Thanksgiving vacation at their parental Olaf Funnenivk home. Miss Mary Montag left' Friday for Fremont, Neb., where she ' employed. Carl Elsenbast and son went to Fort Dodge Sunday to bring his wife and new daughter, Ann Theresa, home. Mr. and Mrs. Vein Miller of Meservey were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. MMler's pacents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Nevins Cupl'n and son, Gilbert, and Mrs. Minnie Cup,in spent Sunday and Monday vis- ting relatives at Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Evans and son, John of Webster City, visited their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wissink Sunday. Miss Ruth Amdahl, R. N., at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Amdahl. Mrs, Hugh Dunn spent a couple of days with her daughter, MM. Don Allen at Sioux City. Mrs. Allen accompanied her home for a few days' visit. Mrs. J. J. Jaeger, Mrs. Lyle Ballard and Mrs. Frank Koch and Kathryn Ann visited Mrs. Carl Elsenbast and daughter in the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gilchrist of Des Moines, visited Friday and Saturday at the Mrs. Nellie Emerson home. They also visited Mrs. Gilchrist's brother, Ernest Kruger. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Carter went to Whittemore Wednesday evening to meet their son, Wayne, ,of Janett, Pa., who -spent Thanksgiving and the week end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Al Montag and children, and MV. and Mrs. Joe (Mbntag and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fogarty. Robert Roberts, yeoman at Great Lakes naval station, has arrived to spend a furlough with his father, B. L. Roberts and sister, ,Miss Virginia. Mr. Roberts visited in Minneapolis before coming to West Bend. Lee Jacobs and Mrs. Elmer Waller aid daughter of Charles City, Mrs. Minnie Cuplin of Mlnot, N. D., And Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs and children of Bradgate were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson and Mrs. Nellie Emerson spent Thanksgiving at the L. M. Garthwaite home in Charles City. Other guests were Mrs. Emerson's daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs, Geo. O. Foley and (Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Foley of Des Moines. Charles recently returned from Alaska where he wns employed on the new highway. Thanksgiving visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McFarland were Marguerite Tinsley of Kan awha and daughter, M.'as Natalie of Cedar Falls and Mrs. Irene Hall and two sons, also of Cedar Falls. The boys are attending school there. Miss Tinsley intends to spend n couple of weeks with her grandparents, owing to some changes being made in the college at Cedar Falls. Titonka Vicinity News^Items Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Loats were business callers at Algona Friday. Dorothy Pugsley was a supper guest at the Dick B. Meyer home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eady, Indianola, arrived Thursday morning at the Edward Sathoff home. Mr. and Mrs. John Falk were dinner guests at the Fred Pooch home at Livermore Thanksgiving day. Mrs. J. J. Harms, and son, Johnny, and Mrs. Jake Wagens were Algona business callers Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, John- S. Rippon- trop and Wesley Meyer were Algona business callers Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank F.'fiher and children were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Louis Fishers, av Britt Thursday. Phyllis Pullen and Nell Strong of Estherville arrived Friday af- U."-uoon to spend the week end with Miirjorle Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hench and .son, Richard, were dinner guests at the Florin Destival home at Britt Thanksgiving. Mr .and Mrs. John Falk and (Phyll'ts, Mrs. Wm. Ricklefs and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer were Algona business callers Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ubben and Mr. and Mrs. George Tjaden and family were dinner guests at the Peter Beenken home Thanksgiving day. iMr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer and Marjorle were dinner guests at the Dick Sleper home Thankag'.ving Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 45953 !<n District Court, Nov- ber 10, 1942. To All Whom It May Concern: You are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Katie ChMton, deceased, dated June 1, 1942, having been this day filed, opened and read, Saturday the 12th day of December, 1942, 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, November 10. 1942. . KATHARINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court. AIMA PEARSON. Deputy. U A. Winkel, attorney for estate. day. Mrs. Clarence Penning was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Bert C. Meyer and family and Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Meyer and Wesley were dinner guests at the Harm Kcttwick home on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sathoff and Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eady and Frank Kettwick were dinner, guests at the home of Mrs. Maria Sathoff, Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rippentrop ' entertained George Rippentrop and family, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rlppentrop and Albert Sleper on Thursday at Thankgiving dinner. Mrs. Steve Tjaden of near Buffalo Center was operated on Monday night at Algona, and their child- Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, BS. No. 4955 f.n District Court, November Term, 1942. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Bertha Schwietert, Deceased, dated Aug. 3, 1942, having been this day filed, opened and read, Saturday, the 12th day of December, 1942, 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 sa.'d 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, November 16, 1942. KATHARINE MCEVOY, Clerk of District Court. AIAfA PEARSON, Deputy. U A. Winkel, attorney. 4MT-48 How Much DOM Dreaded MASTITIS Pvf to Sfroptococcvt Agalacllat COST YOU EVERY YEAR H«r« I* good u«w« lor etery farmer who h«* Mutltta la W» bcnl. About ninety percent of »U Mwttitto/v^ C»r**t. I* cauxd by m, *S*« G-lJ^aVrothrtdn) con*Iit> of at th« r««ulu. Beebe G-L*c U easy to Inject Into the teat canal. Be«be G-Uc ftoc« r&bt to work. Don't let MutiUf (due to Strepto- coccuf Mulacttac) rob you of your profit*. Get Beetw C-l«c tod»y. „.__._.. Let M*.«nu>a« tobotatory MASTITIS tc*t» of milk uo>pl«* <roo> GJ06SI theft grand* 3»t. 3-1,™ _A. . ten are ataylftfc int*, Mf. Khd and Mf*. Cfeoffte children lift fhuftday to _.. MVferal &m With his par entif at Holland, Iowa. Htia mother recertify underwent ah operation. $tr. and Mrs. Kenneth Swan are the parent* of a son, Douglas Wm., born Saturday, Nov. 21, at the home of Mrs. Viola Swan at Brttt. The Sw&ns have one other child, a glfi i Rev. and MM. Frank Snuttjer and children left Thursday afternoon for George, Iowa, to visit relatives and Friday Rev. Snuttjer had charge of a funeral at Lennox, 8. D., hi* former charge. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Egesdal enter talned Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sleper and children of Buffalo Center and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. iLarson and Rex 6f Woden 'ttiursday at a Thanksgiving dinner. LeRoy Loats, student at Dubuque seminary, arrived home Thursday noon to spend a couple of days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Loats. Sunday he had charge of the services at the Buffalo Center Reformed church. Mr. and Mrs. Jtoe H. Tapper entertained ' their children, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tapper and chMdren, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Hulsinga and Edith Mae, Mr. and 'Mrs. Dick B. Meyer and Richard and Benjamin and Henrietta Tapper, Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer entertained Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rippentrop, Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruns Thursday evening. Five hundred was played and Mr. and Mrs. Bruns received high and Mr. and Mrs. B. Meyer low. Lunch was served by the hostess. P. F. C. Harold Caskey of Fort Casey, Washington, and Harold Rogers were supper guests of Mr. and iMfs. Maurice KeM Tuesday evening. Mr. Caskey, former Titonka coach, has been spending n 16-day furlough with his parents at Webb. He visited in Titonka Tuesday and Wednesday. Baftiett feafl I* wal Jttottt* m*. Mrs, Attwld Hellft o! Wichtta, kan«U, spent the past two weekt with he? parent* while her ha** band, who recently enlisted in the mechanics division of the U. 8, Je<lat< Able ta mm, tot the nestt. fltonth*, ttrtrifogfelfe- *f».b&riii iSAaftfchC £fe3*i£ ItftA.I HowiR oftrcnci coon xicr t- £ City tut fV'day Might where it took A train t? jiffi. hef ftui at their new lottAUdn.' » Want Ad*~It Pay*. What you don't know hurt may Your Phillipi 66 Dtaltr UNION NEWS Mrs. Geo. McVay of Idaho came a couple of weeks ago to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner. Her husband will soon join the armed forces. He was employed in a defense plant there. Charlene Rath, who is taking a course at Cedar Falls is spending two weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Rath. The reason for the vacation is that COULD YOU USE $100? Bet yon can think of many uscfl for it! Well, you cap get $60- S100-S200 or more in IMMEDIATE CASH through us. Money to pay store bills, doctor blll§, insurance, buy coal, clothes, feed, livestock —easy monthly payments—special plan for larm- • ers. SERVICE STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL L. S. Bohannon Phone 103 . Algona, la. A quick inspection of jrour tu . . . including thote «H important liretl . . . might disclose ihe urgent tiecd for • number of adjustments MM! 'correction*. Why tike dunces on letting minor irregularities (tow to important proportions which may put jrour ear out .of commission I6t weeks, months ... or even the duration. Stop and see your Phillips 66 dealer regularly every week. Let Phillips 66 service . . . and Phillips 66 Poly Gas and Phillipi 66 Motor Oil ... help your car a»d your tires last longer and go farther! Phill-up with Phillips HARMS OIL CO., Distributors Super Service Station, State and Phillips—Walter Steven, Attendant PUBLIC SALE I will sell at Public Auction on my farm 3i/ 2 miles south and y 2 mile east. of Algona, 1 mile west and V 2 m^ 6 north of Irvington, on Thursday, December 3rd SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 1 O'CLOCK •**-•" LUNCH SERVED BY IRVINGTON LADIES' AID 94 - Head of Livestock • 94 3 - HEAD of HORSES - Black team 10 a 12 yrs. old, wt. 3000; bay mare 6 yrs. old, wt 1360. 34 HEAD of CATTLE 34 , Nine head of milk cows — 4 milking Shorthorns and 6 Holsteins, 6 fresh, balance by day of sale; 18 yearling steers and heifers on feed; 6 young calves; 1 Hereford bull coming 2 yrs. old. 57 HE AD OF HOGS 57 Ten spring gilts, bred; 1 Poland China boar; 46 fall pigs, 10 HEAD OF EWES, BRED HAY AND STRAW— About 12 tons alfalfa hay in barn; around 300 bales of straw. . ' i POULTRY— 100 White Leghorn yearlings and pullets and 100 Hampshire pullets Full Line of Farm Machinery Allis-Chalmer W C iractc* and cultivator; McCormick - During plow, 14-in« n*w] Me- Cormiclt-Deering M-lt, disci McConnfcte'Dwing 3-MC, 991*99 *?««> biwowj 4-w* foWina - corn pa - boistt speed Jack; endg«te feeder; 2 grain driU*; 3 1043 mid OM }}xi3 brooder heater: 2 ho* feeder* cam sheller. Two sets of hameu and collar*; crtam cooling tank; lV»-hpr»e electric motor; Clean milker; McCormisfc No. 4 crwrn tep»r»fc>ri Vvhom inofc* tw* emery wta* WWfcmk* (Mf, moweri 1000-bu, round steel grain bin; platform scale; } bu, seed corm brooder ftoye. Sinv piex» 800 "ft. ha> rope; Jwnd toolf; fork*? fboreU; 4 ftts h*y tlingfi woven wire stretcher; and other article* too numerous to mention. , , SOME flOUSEHOl/p CJOODS^Partor suite, bed and springs, dresser, set din* iog room chairs, kitehen chairs, etc. TERMS-^Casb, or make arrangements with your banker. _ Mrs. Edna Harr,Prop BROS., AilStlOBeew, 8ECUBITV 9**Vf

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