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r**'"->>'•' Algona tTptwr Des Koines, Akdfla, Iowa. Jan, 7,1940 •»^w«.iBHMwimaMMMv »,wi MINNEAPOLIS GIRL Word hfts been received of IH6 marriage 6f Raymond Jeni fttttft of Iowa City to Betty Mol, zer, of Minneapolis, OR December jfttn at Minneapolis. .Raymond - formerly If.ved south of Sexton and ,.«,'WH b6 graduated from the Urii- ' Vetttlty of Iowa in February as a doctor arid will soon leave for Phoe- Hl*i Arizona, to begin Interneshlp. He also will be a commissioned second lieutenant. His wife Is a dietician" at the University hospital at Iowa C'.ty. ' (Mi 1 , and Mrs. Arch Burger of fiurt were callers Saturday at the home of Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mrs. Mary Miller arrived home frdm an extended visit with her daughter, (Mrs. Robert Travis at Storm Lake pn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven received a boy of fresh fruit oh Saturday sent 'by their son, Ensign Wilbur C. Steven of Jacksonville, Florida. Mrs,'Sarah Wise has a Christmas cactus which has added color to her living room during the pkit week. It has at least 45 flower blooming at one time now. > Mrs. Hugh JTennett and Mary ftlfen and Gerald Jeflnett of Nevada, Iowa, were callerd Wednesday at the Ale* Blschen home. They had ftttettded the wedding of Raymond Jennett on Dec. 28th. Church and Sunday School attendance has been decreased as many children have .been having colds since Christmas. Everyone Is invited to hear Dr. John C. Buthman of Algona on Sunday, Jan. 10th, who Will All the pulpM on that day. . Mr. and Mrs. George Olson left Thursday evening on a trip to var 4 - lous places on the west coast. Their first stop will be at Nathan, Idaho, where they will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olson who also reside on the Olson farm Will oversee the place In their absence. ' , Mrs. Joe Krieps will be hostess to the Sexton woman's home project on Tuesday, Jan. 12th. A lesson on home nursing and first aid will be given by Mrs Sim Bern's and Mrs. B. E. Sanders. This lesson should be very Instructive to every homemaker and everyone is inv'ted to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hunt en- tertataed New Year's day with a dinner. Guests were Mrs. Martha Mackintosh, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mackintosh and family of Arnolds Park, Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Mackintosh and family,.of Ltvermore. Mrs. Martha Mackintosh, who has been visiting at the Harold Hunt home, returned wtth the Donald Macklntoches for a visit. S.CHR1STIANSON, OO.OFOHOSEN, PASSES IN ALGONA Ottdsen: Simon Christiansen passed away at the Kossuth hospital at Algona Suitday evening at 8:30 p. m. He suffered a broken hip recently and was taken to the Algona hospital where he had been confined for some time. He had been quite feeble and falling: '<n health for several years. He was entering his 90th year. He leaves to mourn his daughter, Mrs. Clara Solberg, a son, Oliver and grandson, Billy. Funeral arrangements were fncomplete at this time. Supt. and Mrs. Belken wer'e Monday night visitors at the CM Lander home. The 1* R. C. meets at the Presbyterian church parlors Thursday afternoon. Marjorle Kramer returned to Sioux City-Wednesday where she is employed. Vivian Watnem spent a few days at the Cooper Allen home at Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovlg spent Saturday evening at the Supt. G. Belken home. ILowell Kropf left Saturday for Dea Moines where he will leave for FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JANUARY 8 AND 9 EAT WELL TO STAY WELL NANCY ANN "Enriched" BREAD ENGLISH WALNUTS Bright Fresh New Crop . , California Walnuts ;"""' JUMBO SOFT SHELL, Pound. 33c CADET SOFT SHELL, Pound . -28c HOT FROM OUR OVENS EVERY DAY LOAF O OC .Big 24-oz. Family Sise ' 11- Loaf ....'llC Founds) There's no 1 "- shortage of bread in America! You can have delicious NANCY ANN "Enriched" BREAD- at every meal. It's your dependable source of, health-giving vitamins. 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MA BROWN "Enriched by Nature" WhoBeWheat Bread».- I5c Delicious Wholesome GELATIN DESSERT can be easily made in Jany of the 7 popular flavors without added sugar. 0DU&CIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS Beef Roasts Found 270 SHOULDER STEAK, Per Pound 29c SIRLOIN & SHORTCUTS, Per Pound .39c ROUND STEAK, Per Pound .42c Fresh Smoked BOLOGNA Big Bolo Per Found 220 Wieners 270 Per Pound Pound Brick CHILI .290 SUMMER SAUSAGE Found 350 EAT MORE FISH and "Share the Meat" PAN HERRING Per Pound SKULJOES Per Pound NORTHERN PIKE Headless and Dressed, Per Pound 120 190 250 "Pantry Pride" BREAKFAST SYRUP Delicious and Economical spread for pancakes, and waffles. a POUND J1OTTLK 220 "FIRST PRIZE" FLOUR A Guaranteed Flour at a popular price. FOUND I)AO .,. SI 49 LUX TOILET SOAP 3 Cakes 20c LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP 3 Cakes 20c SWAN SOAP Cake, lOc— Cak. LUX FLAKES Small Pkg lOc Mrge Pkg 24c RINSO Small Pkg lOc Larg« Pkg, .... 23c Giant Pkg. ,,. , "Every Day" CRACKERS 2 Pound Caddy 230 "FAVORIT" ROLLED OATS 240 5 Pound Bag . SPRY Shortening 3 Pound Can . 730 WHEATIES of Champion*" Z Packages ... ..... (90 BUCKWHEAT CAKES blended with the FLOUR TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT FANCY OTWHIBMfl APMJB, " large fa* SWEET YELLOW QHIOHS, 3 Us. WAXED CARROTS WAXCQ PARSNIPS WAXED RUTABAGAS 4 Lbs< 19' ah army damp, M*. and Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson entertained" at a New Year's party Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Honus were Friday dinner guests at the Frank Hoflus home at Algona. iXt. and Mrs. Ray Telford entertained friends and relatives at a waffle supp6r Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Movlck and family Were New Year's day guests at the Cliff -Lander home. Mr. and* 1 Mrs. Clarence Reese were 'Friday night supper guests at the Morgan Hagen home. Mr. and Mrs. Edd.'« Zinnel and Vturlel were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Cecil Jolliffe home. Mrs. Donald Wehring of Des Moines spent from Thursday untM Saturday at the Sam Kropf home. Richard Jacobson, Gene Struthers and Raymond Rasmussen were Thursday visitors in Mason City. Margaret Holt and father, Peter Holt were Sunday visitors at the Bernard Jacobs home at Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. John Vesterby and Shirley of Mason City were week end visitors at the Ivan Schneider home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kuehnast of Humboldt were New Year's eve guests at the Herman Kramer home. Mr. and (Mrs. Lee Holt and then- daughters of Spencer were Wednesday vlsMors at the Peter Holt home. (Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Henely and family of West Bend were Sunday visMors at the Donald Cooper home. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holt and family were Thursday evening supper guests at the Raymond Wehr- spann home. Mrs. Percy Watnem was a Monday afternoon visitor at the home of her mother, Mrs. Wanda Mits- ven at Bode. Rev. and Mrs. J. O. Wangberg, Martha and Judith of Rolfe were Friday night visitors at the Anton Spiech home. The Vern Ott famly moved to Knieriem Thursday where Mr. Ott will be the manager of a Fanners etevator there. Clem Ludwlg attended the funeral of an uncle, Wendell Gartner at BlackWell, Oklahoma on Monday and returned Wednesday n.'ght. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Lander, Mr. and Mrs. Gletn Ludw.'g and family, Mr. and Mra. HoHis Cooper were Friday night visitors at the Sam Kropf home. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bavender and famijy moved from Speneer on Friday where Mr. Bavender will again manage the Quaker Oats elevator here. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Coyle and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Everett Nash home near Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle and family were Friday night visitors at the Anton Spiech home. Ber- nlce remained and spent Saturday with the Spiech girls. Mr. and IMrs. Roy Enockson entertained at a party Monday night. Five hundred was played for entertainment. Mrs. Henry Lovig won high and Mrs. Chester Alme low. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barber of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Klnseth, Junior, Richard and Jerry were New Year's day guests at the James Barber home at Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacobson entertained Gene Struthers, Raymond Rasmussen, Tommy Olson, Bertha Longseth and Barbara Underberg on Friday night at a New Year's supper. They are friends of Rtehard Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. .Roy Telford entertained at a New Year's eve party Thursday night, Eugene Hofius and Mra. Irvin Movick won high. Mrs. Eugene Hoflus and Eddie Zinnel won low. Chair prizes went to Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Zinnel. 'Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper ente-- tained at a New Year's eve party Thursday night at their home. F?.ve hundred was played for entertainment. George Cooper and Mrs. HoHis Cooper won high. Donald Cooper and Mrs. Marion Kropf won low. News Items of Burt Vicinity Mary Jean Rachut returned to Waverly Sunday where she is a student at Wartburg college. The Roy Ollom and Ed Wei-ske families were New Year's dinner guests at the Will Kreger home., (Mrs. Merwyn Cunningham,. Algona, has been alck at the J. P. Cunningham home the past week. • J. N. Holding was taken sick on Monday morning and was taken to the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. W. Boettcher. The J. G. McDonalds, Mrs Calvin Kollasch and Art Mitchell were New Year's eve dinner guests at the Kenneth Cook home. Betty Stewart returned to Minneapolis Sunday after spending the holiday season with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stewart. Mrs. C. W. Patterson and Mrs. H O. Buell attended a luncheon last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Clare Andersno home in Algona. Mrs. R. >F. Hawcott accompanied the Wadsworth family to Algorra Sunday where they were dinner guests at the Martin Jensen home. Mrs. R. >F. Hawcott accompanied Mr. and Mrs. MarHn Jensen to the Joe'Madden, Jr., home New Years evening for a family gathering and supper. New Year"s day dtoner guests at the Tom Trenary home included Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan, the Floyd Duncan and Wyot Stott families and'Harold Becker. Mrs. S. E. Straley and children returned to their home at Fenton Friday evening after spending a week here with Mrs. Straley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace. (Margaret Richmann returned to Mason City Sunday, where she is a student at a business college, after spending the holidays with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. L. Richmann. Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom and son, Gerald, who is In the navy and a* home on furlough, spent the New Year week end at the home ,of their daughter, Mrs. Max Smith at Eldora, Mr. and Mrs. Fred White, Jr., and daughter, Suzanne, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eddy and son, Douglas, Mason City, visited from Thura- day to Saturday at the J. C. Geesman home. L R. Daniels entertained Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Stow, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Officer and daughters and C. *. Mann at a watch night party on New Year's eve. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell were dinner guests last week Tuesday at the home of Miss Lucia Wallace in Algona. They spent Tuesday night and Wednesday at the home of Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, Mrs Martin Greise returned on Saturday from Armstrong where she had ben spending a few day* with her mother, Mrs. (Mary Durc- das, after an operation at the hospital in Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Everett Pannkuk, who had been confined to her• be4 at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings for some weeks, was taken to the Kossuth hospital fpr treatment Saturday. Services were held at the Luth* eran church last New Year'*, ev e and N«w Year's day morning. A service was also h/d at the Presbyterian church Friday morning ?« which the Methodist church joined. , Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook took Phyllis McBride, who had spent theT Christmas toolWays here, bac* to StWey Saturday afternoon. They visited until SwtU? a* ,«» e **** of Mrs- Cook's sUter, Mrs, R. A. BartJett. • • Mary Aw Smith returned, to Graettinger Sunday to resume her scbopl work Monday, after spend- !.ng the holidays at home. Her Mend, Don Barnh&rt. who bad meat a few day* here, returned ft Cedar PaMs Sunday. Mrs. W-1 1 *- GiUJner i*nd sow, John of Waterloo, came Saturday f«r ft visit at Ihe home of bur parents, Pr. and MM, J. G. CJapsaddje. Her brother, Ueut. Dean Clapsaddle and fa»»y of Pwhan?, N. C., are also visit!** at &8 Oapjad&e feQjne. Tfce George KsesUer, Jr., «n.4 k IwJUes w«?e ftWt giwgts ftt fte there in the afternoon and were supper guests at the Jim Chrfsten- sen home. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch, the Albert Baas, Herman Bussie and Odey Cherland families and Mrs. Carl Reynolds spent New Year's eve at the R. A. Bleich home. Mr. and Mrs. Bleich and Mrs. Rey^ nolds and sons spent New Year's day at the Odey Cherland home. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott entertained the following for dinner on New Year's day: Mr. and. Mrs. Jim Wadsworth a»d Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworth and daughter of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen of Algona, the Henry En?- strom, Arie Dittmer and James Knoll famMies. The Woman's club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. W. W. Boettcher with Ruth and Esther Hodgson as assisting hostesses. The /program included a paper on "Hemisphere Solidarity,"' by Mrs. Karl Anderson and a book study, "No Retreat" by Anna BAUsch- nlntf, given by Mrs. A. H. iMelnzer. Where, off Where! Leo Farmer of near Harlan wonders where the pheasant is that Be shot one day recently. The bird tell into a of & dinner of that aant. Public Auction Because of the death of the owner. I will sell the following described property at the farm located 7 miles east of Burt, or 2 miles south and 1 mile west of Titonka, on Thursday, January 14 Sale to start promptly at 12 o'clock Lunch wagon on ground 8 Head of Hoises 8 3 Geldings, 1 Yearling colt, one 2-year old colt. 10 Year old pony, one 2-year old riding pony, one 3-year old riding pony. 45 Head of Cattle 45 12 Milch cows, 1 Shorthorn bull, 12 Yearling steers, wt. 500 each. 12 Yearling heifers, wt. 350. Four 2- year old heifers, wt. 600. 4 calves. 80 Head of Hogs 80 25 Brood sows (Poland China), wt. 200 to 300. 35 Fall pigs, wt. 30 to 50 Ibs. each (Poland China). 20 Feeding Shoats, wt. 150to200 each. (Poland China). 19—HEAD OF SHEEP—19 18 Ewes—1 Buck. 200—WHITE LEGHORN HENS—200 -- MACHINERY -- Oliver plow, McCormick-Deering M anure speader, Drag cart, Vega cream separator, Practically new National Milking machine. Almost new 40 ft. Windmill. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—Home Comfort Eange and other small items. 50 Bushels potatoes, good for seed. TERMS—Cash, or if terms are de sired, see clerk before or at the sale. No property to be removed until settled for. A.JANDL Admr. ANTHONY L. JANDL ESTATE L. A. Materri-Web Stewart, Aucts. Titonka Savings Bank, Clerk. i- PUBLIC SALE As I have decided to quit farming I will sell the following, 4 miles south, 2 miles east of Penton; 7 miles west on paving and 5 miles north of Algona; 1% miles west of Lotts Creek store, on Thursday, January 14 Sale to Start at 12 O'clock Lunch Wagon on Grounds 33 - Head of Livestock - 33 6 Head of Horses 6 Sorrel gelding, 6 yrs. old, wt. 1500; roan gelding, coming 3 yrs. old, wt. 1400; roan mare, 14 yrs, old, wt. 1400; sorrel mare, 14 yrs. old, wt. 1400, in foal; sorrel gelding, coming 2 yrs.; sorrel mare, smooth mouth. 8 Head of Cattle 8 2 roan cows, fresh 6 weeks; 3 co'ws coming fresh. 3 yearling heifers. 19 Head of Hogs 6 bred sows; 13 fall pigs 19 Elevator, 36 ft,, complete with.hoist and jack; MeCormick-JPeering corn binder; ing single-row corn picker with; power take-off; McCormick-Pe^ring corn planter with 80 r< wire; McOormiek-Deering 18-inch tractor plow; McCormick-Beering endgate seeder; ^Cor- ,.« miek-Deering 10 ft, disc; Rock Island 8 ft. disc; one 9 ft. disc; 4 section drag; McObrmick'Sed^ ^ ing 2-row cultivator; McOormick-Deering single row cultivator; McOormick'Jieering sprejadjej^/ Dutch Uncle single row cultivator; John Deere 5ft, mower;McCoiTnick5ft,mpwerjM e ^ ^ * ^ Peering side delivery rake; hay rack; silo rack: wide tired wagon with bqx; narrow tired ^ , with box; bob sjeki; jjmerson 14-inch, gang plow; Case sujky plow; 3 sets of harness, lipi^^^y^^ stack of clover hay; 35 tons of silage; some baled straw; and other articles tyg numerous; to ffl|M§ tion. ' ' . ' .>r'' } vx ' , f '» ^..vfolH] tion, TERMS—Cash oy make arranpments with, your , Ho ^^arr^ ^^w; ^^^^^ *^^^PB ^^« ^f^^Wr^W ^^^^s^^P ^Wfep?^ f mjtor W 1 ^^J^W^'i^^^E' ^SM^Wlpjj; *• '%$:&£ : '<v%"*f, : ; ''/. * * ^ T ^j^'^j^m'^^"^ 7 ^^w^ij'W^' s^£^£iw_^- .ete&. •*• ^./^3^S )J m^»^S.fi

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