>v? fhe Algous. Vmt Pe* Moittes, Atoma, J0wa» feb. 11, FELLOWSHIP ORGANIZED ID HOPE CHURCH g 6ut of a dealte to H of the Good Hope eom '< tangible religious and recte program tot rtlorale stab' during times like these, otmdftton wo*k wad definitely laid lot a Youth fellowship group at an organl«atlbn meeting held at tH6 Good Mope parsonage Sunday evening. ^ . , Anyone May Join The aim of the organization Is to cooperate Irt the forward movement of the church of today to bring to Its young people att adequate program td meet their religious and nodal needs and pave the future leadership, fhe Methodist Youth Fellowship la the official young people's organization and embraces youth of any religious belief. Any one In the c&ffljnunlty !* welcome to Join or attend the organization and participate aetfvely In Its ' Nominating Committee • iFlrst step taken was the selection of a nominating committee which will submit the names of the elective official Staff at the next meeting. Every Sunday evening from 8 to 10 o'clock was chosen for Weekly sessions. Devotional and religious course of study will be gu'ded by the pastor, Rev. M. M. Schaper or some other competent Imllllllllllll^ FARM AUCTION As I ain doing away with hired help I will sell at auction the following described property at the farm £ mile south and j \ ittile east of Lu Verne, on I Saturday, Feb. 13 SALE WILL BEGIN AT 1:30 O'CLOCK 18 Head of Cattle 18 Seven head of Holstein milk cows, 2 are first-calf heifers; = Brown Swiss milk cow; Holstein bull, coming 3 yrs. old; 1 An- I gus, 1 Holstein, and 1 Guernsey heifers, coming 2 yrs. old; 4 | Holstein yearling heifers; 4 small calves. Cows are fresh or H coming fresh soon. I Farm Machinery | 1 New McCormick-D. corn planter, with tongue truck; Me- |j • C.-D. hammer mill; 50-ft. rubber belt, 6-in.; Cozy brooder | = house, 12x18, new; and other articles. = . W«hn»adV<, Offfcflal Methodist youth publication, Will provide lessort material. The rtom- lnat!.ng committee Is comprised of the Misses ABldred Elmore, Trella Gardnfer and Alden Reed. QameSi business routine, discussions and refreshments were features of the first meeting. Meetings will be held in the parsonage. All young people from Junior high school age on up are extended a cordial Invitation to attend these meetings. FOREIGN MISSIONARY SOCIETY MET WEDNESDAY Meeting Wednesday afternoon of last week in the Mrs. Ida Reed home, members of the Good Hope Women's Society of Christian Service spent a social afternoon and transacted business relative to the work of the parish. Mrs. Marguerite Gardner conducted devotions and Mrs. Frances Bramson gave an outline of the Mlsslonaiy program which will form a part of each meeting under the leadership of Mrs. Wm. Broderson. Mrs. Naomi Knoll presided at the meet- Ing. Several guests were present. A tray lunch was served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Ben Reid and Mrs. Mayme Sletsman. MOTHERS SERVICE CLUB MEETS WITH GARDNERS Mrs. D. C. Gardner was hostess last Tuesday to members of the Mothers Service Club. An all- day meeting Was devoted to making comforters which are approved by" the American Red Cross and will fee issued to the fighting men In the Marine corps. Three com- fo*lters were ^completed toy the group. A one o'clock luncheon served family atyle was a social courtesy. B. Frances Bramson was a guest. (Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Broesder are the iproud parents of a son born Saturday, February 6. Mother and infant are doing nicely. (Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gardner and daughter, Diarme Caroline of Algona were Sunday evening callers in the D. C. Gardner home. 'Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hackbarth and chMdren,''Lucille and Marvin, were visitors Sunday afterhoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth near Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Scot were host 'and hostess Friday evening to a. large group of neighbors. Cards and social visiting were enjoyed. A plate lunch was served at the close of the evenlmj. 'Pvt. David Welsbrod has been transferred (from JSanta /Anna, California, to Jefferson Barracks. He was recently selected from a group of five picked young soldiers to do post messenger duty in the Army Air Corps. Private Weisbrod has been in the service si.nce November. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weisbrod. Lone Rock Vicinity News Items 1 Some wild hay in barn; some shock fodder in field; bean g (hay in field; some corn in crib. I 1 Terms—Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. JJ F. WHSON 'Freeman Wolfe, Fenton, was a guest at the Calvin Householder home Sunday. \Allen Claussen, Swea City, spent several days of this week with the Bernard Jensens. The Maurice Bllsboroughs of Titonka were guests at the M. O. Richards Sunday. The Clair Bellingers called at the Wayne Wlckwire home at Burt Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Nelson, of Renwick, were guests at the Wm. Nelson home Sunday. Ohas. Hawks and son,j Wayne of Spi.rit Lake spent the week end with Mrs. E. M. Hawks. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Qrtman of Burt were Sunday dinner guests of the Harris Wadsworths. The Walter Thompson- family were dinner guests at the Russel Thompson home at Burt Sunday. (M>. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer and Mary Ann were dinner guests at the Leonard Dittmer home at Burt Sunday. (Raymond Schultz, stationed at the Great .Lakes Naval base spent the week end at the parental Chas. Schultz home. pie Edw. Bierstedts and Mrs. Walter Sorerrsen of Burt spent Friday evening at the Raymond Bierstedt home. Olhe Ole iPetersons,. SRingsted, were guests of the Milford Mitchell home Saturday and the, Peter Nelsons of Cylinder were guests thare Sunday. ^ lale Bank ' ° lerk 1 COLWELL BROS., Aucts. Li iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiy •••• — :_rz- i ".' — • . r . . • . • OTTOSEN NEWS The Ralph Bierstedts were dinner guests at the A. A. Krueger home Sunday and callers at the Edw. B!«rstedt home at Burt Sunday evening. CMr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mr and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard and Mr and Mrs. A. D. Newhrough were dinner guests at the Lawrence Newbrough home. The Henry Kuecks were visitors at the E. J. Heidenwiths at Swea City Thursday evening and at the Marvin Kueck home at Ledyard on Sunday evening. The Ornie Behrends family were Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Hurlburt home. In the evening they all visited the Donald Hurl hurts at Whittemore. The American Legion Auxiliarj met at the home of Mrs. N. L. Cot ton Mednesday afternoon. Th unit gave material for two servic kits to the Red Cross for men wh enter the armed forces; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt en tertained at 5 tables of 500 Frida evening with Mr. and Mrs. W. f O*Donnell winning high, Seibold Behrends and Mrs. Bob Hamilto low and Mrs. O'Donnell travel. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson- an Dennis of Algona, were Sunda Suori utifj am IB s^sanS aauui home. Mrs. Olstfn and Mrs. Lon attended a shower for Mrs. Ar thur Doocy at Swea City Sunday afternoon. « • The home project follow-up meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Henry Scfiroeder Friday. Mrs. Arend Neeland and Mrs. Will Christenson gave the lesson to ten ladies. Mrs. Christenson and Mrs. Emil Kraft ere elected leaders for next year's project. UNION NEWS John Gisch took hig mother to ^ochester Monday morning. She er family would Bke to have her has not been recovering as well as since an operation for goitre, son, ftalph and Mr. and Mrs. Frank son, Ralph ann Mr. and Mte. Frank Hoftus and the latter's mother, Mrs. Julia Dearchs were dinner guests Sunday at the L. J. DeGraw home in Algona. pupils of district No. 4 are re- jolclflg that tfieff tg«w!ie*, ftfrtt elyn Johfttbn, ha* a&3aen! ffr ,f*» main and finish out th<s S6ft661 pte* Her WUSD&nd wild IS In defeftft* work to Omaha and whom ahft planned on joining got word to report to another plant tfhere IWtif quarters will not .be Available Until Uprll. IIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM Closing-Out FARM SALE Having sold my farm will offer for sale on the farm H miles east of fairgrounds, Algona (take wooden bridge over Northwestern tracks.) Saturday, Feb. 13 Sale to begin at 1 O'clock P. M. I '- Head of Cattle - 4 Two good milk cows, coming with second and third calves in spring; 1 yearling heifer; 1 yearling steer. 85 Head of Sheep 25 Ewes 60 Lambs Farm Machinery, Etc. 1,000-lm. grain bin; new hay fork; brooder house, new; John Deere hand co rn sheller; tank heater; stock water tank, not set up; some lumber; 200 oak posts; some barbed and woven wire corn wire cribbing; 2 ladders; wheel barrow; post auger; electric brooder stove; seed soy beans; new spray pump; 4 milk cans, new, and strainer. About 12 tons of hay in stack, some hay in barn. ;t 300 LAST YEAR'S WHITE ROCK CHICKENS M HOUSEHOLD GOODS — Dining room table, 6 chairs, 1 1 buffet, studio couch, 9x12 rug; dresser. j_ fj rfc.m,iJ^-~'Vilijiiy t_r«. j«»»*»--v »- d OTTO KNUDSEN, Prop. SECURITY STATE BANK, Clerk,; As we have disposed of our individual farm interests, we are selling the following described property at a joint public sale to be held at the Mrs. P. wTDavidson Farm, located 1 mile east of Algona on Highway 18 on '.,.-. Wednesday, February 17 SALBTO BEGIN AT 12:30SHAEP LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS HEAD OF HORSES - 3 One black gelding, five years old, wt. 1700 Ibs, One black.gelding, 13 years old, wt,, 1700, One bay mare, 9 years old, wt, 1650. _ • ~ ... MACHINERY 1 farm wagon with triple box. 1 rack wagon, steel gears. John Deere cultivator/ Three section drag. 14 inch walking plow, 14 inch sulky plow. McCormick-Deering mower. 1 Binder, John Deere corn planter 7ft, DisV Hand com sheller, Grindstone, 2 Endgate seeders. 2 wheel trailer, 3 seta Harness. Horse Collars, 5 ft. McCormick mower. m Pfcc. 1 Surface cultivator, 1 Sulky plow, 2 set* Breeching harness, One 3-Section harrow and cart, Some straw in barn. HOUSEHOLD GOODS The P. T. A. met at the school house Wednesday night. Supt. and Mrs. Belken and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovig were Sunday afternoon visMors in Fort Dodge. (Members and friends enjoyed a dinner at the Presbyterian churcii Sunday before church services at 2 p. m. A Red Cross meeting was held at the G. I, Purdys. Chairmen of the different organiztaions 'here attended. iWr. and Mrs. Eddie Zinnel and Mrs. Roy Telford attended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Marie Paulson at Humboldt on Sunday. Friends and- neighbors helped Mrs. Clara Solberg celebrate her birthday at her home Tuesday afternoon wh?«h was spent socially. A surprise birthday party was held at the Henry Lovig home on Mjonday afternoon in honor of I. Lovig. Friends attended and spent a social afternoon. Mrs. Clara Solberg and Oliver Christiansen entertained Supt. and Mrs. Belken,! Mr. Schaffer, Miss Rasmusson. Miss Sherburne, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacobsoir at an oy- ter stew Thursday n.'ght at their ome. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Enockson nd girls spent Wednesday, Thurs-. day and Friday at the Wm. Cooper home where Mrs. Helen Campbell s ill at the present time, but is lowly recover.'.ng from a slight troke which occurred a week ago. (Mr. and Mrs. H, F. ^Anderegg, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bonnstetter, Cmma Jean and (Richard Metzger of West Bend, Mrs Robert Lee and Bobby of Wisconsin and Sgt. Duane Anderegg of Roswell, New Mexico, were Thursday night sup- >er guests at the Oscar Moviclt tome. The Ladies' Rural club met at he school house Thursday all day. A pot luck 1 dinner was served at noon. Red Cross sewing and cut- :Jng out was done.. The business meeting .was held ?oi the after* noon, The club voted to donate $1 to the (March of Pimes. The clbw armiversary will be held at the school house Saturday night February 20. Mrs. G, J, was a guest, a I piano. Oak dining table and ste chairs. 3 Oak aaTbook case combined. 3 Brewers, fled tfdotto cream separator. James W* vlDo as new, Rotery sewing wapWne, OWckw «**»• bog trough, Glass |aw, Some bedding, QR? feathered, electric/ One w OT. jtam now. «£_ ,4iOSlwtsm Rjmtofton ,22 EJSe, 2 steel iae.ntiQn, f ERM8: WBl or §§t ypui? Mrs. F. W. Davidson Charles A. Fouhy Notice of Probate of Witt COUNTS, SS- , 4976 fi» Pistrict Ctourt. January Term, 1943. To AH WJiam It May Concern: You Are Hereby Noticed, That «i Jnrtrument of writing purporting to * th« l«»t WiH »n4 Testament o? me Bemta Bnsen, Decease^ dated Jwly «0, W33. feaving beenthja day filed, ppened w4 read, Tups- day the 23r4 day of FebfHwy, t»«. Is fi*e(J fer Jw»rln«[ P** "I »"»» at the Oourt HOUM | B Algona, Iowa, before the Pl«tr|ct 0o»rt ojT «I4 Cpimty, or the Cterfe of »al4 Court; ^4 at ten p'eloste A- 1«-, of thf day above mentioned all perfpns interested are hfreb.y Inotitod and r^ quirld to appear, and »bow <»«»• « aw they b»v«, why «U _& meat uhwW BP* %e proba t«4 allowed w ftRd to' S COLWELL BROS., Auctioneers. »*-t,uxviJ.i BJ..O..I.*,. «*«^., v lllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllilllH ^SiS^B^S^^SIS^^^I^BSBS& PUBLIC SALE As I am quitting farming I will sell at a Public Sale without reserve on the farm located 3 miles east and one-half mile south of Burt; 8 miles south, 5 miles west, and % mile south of Titonka; 2 miles east and 7 miles north of Algona, on EDNESDAY, FEB. 17 SALE STARTS AT 12:80 SHARP 89 -Head of Livestock -89 19 -HEAD OF CATTLE - 19 Five cows coming fresh; three heifers coining one year old 5 2 calves coming one year old; 2 small calves f 6 head of Shorthorn steers, from 700 to 800 Ibs. _ ^^^ • 9 - HEAD OF HORSES - 9 One team of mares, one hay and one brown 4 and 5 years old, wt. 8100 Ibs.; one team of stallions, gray and black, smooth mouth, weight 8400 Ibs.; one sorrel gelding 4 years old, weight 1550 Ibs.; one black mare 9 years old, weight 1700 Ibs,; one bay gelding 9 years old, weight 1650 Ibs.; one yearling colt coming two. 44- Head of Sheep-44 1 16 - Feeding Pigs - 16 48 HEAD OF YOUNG EWES AND ONE BUCK | WEIGHT ABOUT 125 POUNDS Farm Machinery, Etc. John Deere " disc, 10»ft,j 80*ft, John Deere dr»gf John Deere endgate seeder} Joh.n Deere mpweyf giw epgWi Jofcn Deere triwtor, model D1587I John Deere ^bottom plow, 14<*wejif tratwi ttta *«W com planter; HeCorwtck,Deeri ? g ^W^Jf'^A spreader} Rock Wand 8»r«W cnltiYitorj 8 sjngle.row cnHlYators; 9,11, disc; Bed J»ckef pump Jtek toy rake; drag cart; other articles too numerous to mention. ' iBIBIBIH^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^* 1 or wake arrangements wttfc yow banker, NO property to JM> rew»T*4 mW ^tlHlfmi ^•I^W ^ii^i^ ^l^^ 5P^*^pppp€p.
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