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l^W"* 1 ' ;<C'"*~ * ~ f.S" % *}'T"rwsPF • FARM BUREAU MEETINGS HELD AT SWEA-EAGLE The Farm Bureau meetings are .being held during the week. Last Saturday afternoon the North- West Kossuth 4-H boys club met bt the Roy Pehrs.m homn. Tuesday evening the Farm Bureau held its monthly meeting at the Joe Preston home with'talks on R. E. A. by Roy Nichols and Cecil Thorson. Lunch was sefved by the hostesses—Will Thompson's, Joe Preston's, Floyd Treats, Maynard Jensons, and Truman Johnsons. ft fUnlniage Sale at keht'S Oarage 4 oft ^ Club will &<tet*f6ndfly evertlfig at dersort, left Monday for De Moines to receive their health e* amination for induction iftto th army. Both bbys graduated from high school two, years ago. Raj has been engaged in farming Wallace has studied at Mankato Business college, completing a course of business there las ,week. Mrs. Nels Swanspn and daugh ters Meta Mae and Jo Ann, and Miriam Preston left Saturday for Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Swanson and her two sons held a farm sale two weeks ago. Elvin Swanson expects to enter army service soon. Harold, a senior in high school, will stay at the Wm. Mather's until school is out. Meta Mae is employed in defense work in California. Mrs. Swanson ex- Miriam will visit her sistev Phyllis, who is employed there. The girls are daughter of the Joe Prestons. Martin Holcomb, of the coast guard, stationed near Portsmouth, N. H., returned Sunday after a week's visit here with his father, P. A. Holcomb. Maurice Smith, who has been employed in a defense plant at Dayton, O., came Thursday for a few days at his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith's. C. C. Gushing held a farm sale Tuesday, having farmed in this" community many years. They are .quitting farming and plan to move to Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Dettmer Thomp- pects home. to make California her Freezes Hands, Ear When Stuck in Snow Grant:, Arva Berhow had the misfortune of freezing both hands and an ear Saturday night, February 13, when he got stuck in the snow and attempted to shovel out. He has been under the care of a doctor, but is getting along nicely now. Daughter For Rekers Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rekers arc the parents of a daughter, Barbara Jean, born Wednesday, February 24, at the Solarl Memorial Hospital, Cedar Falls. The young lady, who weighed eight pounds and 14 Witts Championship CJty^-Swea City Trojan cinched the state line conferenc championship when they won th game here with (Ledyard Friday night. They will play one more game In the conference, meeting Thompson he're February 27th. Staff Sergeant Don Evans Is home on furlough this week. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Kraus ol Garner, spent Sunday at the T. F. MEMORIAL SERVICE AT SWEA CITY FOR HUNDNESS, SOUTH SEAS HERO son visited Friday afternoon with °" nces ' is the first grandchild for Mrs. Thompson's brother, Forest Mrs - F - A. Corey here. Erickson, at the Coleman hospital, Estherville. Forest is satisfactorily recovering from an appendectomy. Thursday an all-day meeting of the woman's home project leaders meeting will be held at Mrs. C. F. McGregor. This is the fourth and last lesson in this year's project, Meal Planning. Alma G. Schultz, Co. H. D. A., will give the lesson. Evelyn and Elaine Bexell, student nurses at Lutheran hospital, Minneapolis, came Friday to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bexell. They returned Sunday, taking Mr. Bexell with them •where he will have a physical check-up. He has not been very well of late. Mrs. Ethel Evans, who has spent most of the winter at the home of her son William Evans, Albert Lea, Minn., returned here Friday, where she lives with an other son, Herold Evans. Mrs. Even's son Donald Evans, of ihe army Calif., . , ' ~~ •— e»" "*•* •uwv^iAj.c, teacher at Renwick, were weekend visitors here. Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs Robert Pehrson, and Wallace Ander Bon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl An Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bjerke of Algona visited the J Ross Elliotts and Mrs. Nellie Elliott on Sunday. Henry C. Hoeck has received an honorable discharge from the army and will work on a farm this sum- ner. 'Esther C. Smith, music teacher n the Rndcliffe schools, spent the tveek-end at the parental G. Smith home. 'Friday evening, February 26, the Baptist Merr's Brotherhood will neet at the hall. Guest speaker A«ill >be the Rev. Mr. Peters from Buffalo Center. Mr. an-d Mrs. Ivan Elliott left or What Cheer on Saturday night icing called there by news of the teath of Mrs. Elliott's grandmoth- r, Mrs. Wm. Elliott, 97. The Ladies' Guild will meet Frl- ay afternoon. Hostesses are Mrs. Alfred E. Anderson, Mrs. Howarc Blair and Mrs. Cassle Anderson The program will be a paper on Burma by Mrs. Mervin Kelly poetry, Mr. W. O. Nelson. Also the pictures which arrived too late for the last meeting will be shown .f .'Sft a€ tHe'hrgh BcUool honle omles rdom. The teple, "The Handling of Perennials in fiarly - air corps, Sacramento, and daughter Lucille, CHICKS Available at Once from the Feb. 20 hatch: 300 White Giants, 1000 Barred Rocks, 200 Buff Hocks, 200 White Rocks, 700 New Hampshire Reds, 600 S. C. Reds. From Ihe Feb. 25 hatch: 500 Aus^n"^- les 'r,' 500 Leghorn-Rocks, 200 White Rocks, 200 White Leghorns. -Brooder houses and other equipment available for our chick customers. See us aboul them. Hamilton Hatchery ^Bancroft, Iowa A large crowd attended memorial services for Sergeant Tec Hundsness at the Full Gospel o: Mission church Sunday afternoon The services were in charge oJ the local pastor, the Rev. Abraham Lee, and the Rev. Russell E. Pope, a former pastor here, who gave the sermon. A large photo of Ted in Marine uniform, wreathed in flowers, was flanked with the U. S. N. and the U. S. A. flags, and two large vases of hothouse flowers. The American Legion attended in a body, with Pfc. Henry C. Hoeck and Pvt. Forrest Hanifan Jr. color bearers. Music was furnished by the high school girls' sextette, also two duets; Mrs. Henry Johnson and Miss Berhow sang, "The Last Mile of the Way"; and a hymn was sung in Norwegian by two friends from Estherville. At the close of the service Sam Hethershaw, bugler, sounded taps. Sgt. Theodore Hundsness born in Swea City, la., Ma 1917, and died January 24, He grew up in the vicinit Swea City, and graduated the Swea City high schoc 1934. On March 5, 1940, he listed in the United States rine • Corps, receiving his training at San Diego. Serg Hundsness was in Pearl Ha on that memorable day, De ber 7, 1941, and took part in battle there. Since that dat had been unable to state where he had been and any tion he might have seen. In letters he has written to his ents he intimated that he taken part in several battles FVif* "Papifir* lilt: -TrcK-llIC. Teddy leaves to mourn his !iis parents, Mr. and Mrs. G man Hundness, six sisters, I ?aret, Minneapolis; CaroMne Milwaukee; Violet, Jerine, Lu and Esther; also two brot? Thomas and Joseph, at hom^ Sstherville. was of in basic just ac- In the par- had -in This Is Mrs. Lawrence Cop- potell, a recent bride. She is the former Mary Quirlne iSchmltt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schmitt, of Algona. The new couple is living in San Antonio, Texas. Parties For Irvln Petors,oiis— Mr. and Mr?. W. C. Irelan,, Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer, Mr. and* Mrs". John Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Perclval entertained Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Peterson at a farewell dinner at Cook's lunch room on Thursday evening. Following the dinner the group played . bridge at the .W. C. Irelan home. 'Mr. and Mrs. Peterson were presented with a gift. : Mrs. S. W. Meyer and Mrs. Wi C. Meyer entertained three tables of ladies on Tuesday afternoon at i dessert-luncheon at the Irelan iome. The guest of honor, Mrs. D eterson, was presented with a mndkerchief shower. Westminster Guild— The Westminster Guild, busi- icss women's club of the Presby- erian church, met Monday eve- ing in the church basement. The business meeting was presided over by Kathleen iLorenz. The program consisted of Bible study led by the Rev. C. C. Richardson and a book review of "Around the Rim of the Carribean," given by Mrs. Walter Kempley. The lunch committee consisted of Frances Bone, Wilma Moore and Mrs. Tom Kruse. Mrs. William Phillips Js £he former Mary Ellen ILaury. She is the recent brfcde of Lt. William Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pihllllps of Algona. The couple is at home In Fort Bragg, N. C. Paltlos FoU Harold Helmers—' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Helmers en tertalned Thursday even-Ing H their .home In honor of their son Harold, who has enlisted in th navy. Guests were Mr. and Mrs Amos Bngle, Mr. and Mrs. Gil bert Hargreaves and daughter Patty, and Mr. and Mrs, Don Rob inson, 500 was played and lunch was served. On Saturday night a group of young people- surprised Harold with a party. Present were Mr. and Mrs. A. McCullough of Rolfe, Mr. and Mrs. H. Peterson, Matt Hentges, Barbara Zentner,. Bud Helmers, Evelyn Brophy, Evelyn Wallace and Peter Helmers. News Items of Fenton Vicinity Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berklan and Ernest Priebe visited Sunday at the Ed Priebe home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jentz and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Paul Nemetz home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Boitnolt of Cylinder visited at the Fred Fessler home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ed Priebe, Mrs. Mervin Priebe and Mrs. (Lloyd Berklanc and small son were Algona visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kraiise and family of Renwick spent Sunday it the parental Theodore Weis- jrod home. Carrol and Donald Reimers of 3urt visited from Saturday until Monday evening at the Shelby Weisbrod home. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod ind Mary Alice of Fort Dodge vis- tcd Sunday at the Fred Kluss ntl Elmer Weisbrod homes. Robert Votteler, who is a stu- Friday and Saturday, February 20 and 27 Second Feature Warren William in (The Lone Wolf) "ONE DANGEROUS NIGHT" Added fun for the entire family Sunday, Monday, February 28, March 1 dent in medicine at the State Unl versity of Iowa, came home Sun day for a week's vacation before starting another year's work. Roger Menz, two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Men? has been real sick with the flu since last week Tuesday. He is somewhat better at this writing. ;EdHh Laage, Mrs. Hugo Stark, Betty Jean Schwartz and Georgia Gerhart, all of Des Moines, spent the week-end here at the C. F. C. Laage, J. A. Schwartz and H. E] Reimers home, respectively. The Joe McGovern family spent a couple of days last week at the Bob Henderson home near Whittemore, having been called there by the severe illness of Mr. McGovern's and Mrs./ .Harrison's father. Mrs. Robert Votteler, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fischer, Mr. and Vtrs. Frarrk Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler and Robert ind Marian Finnestad were en- :ertained at dinner Sunday at the George Siems home. iRaymon-d Schultz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schultz, who graduated •ecently from the service school 'or electricians' mates at the Great WEST BEND NEWS ,akes training station, came home Mrs. Minnie Cuplin went to Excelsior Springs, Mo.,, the last of the week. Nevins Cuplin has been attending a convention in Des Moines: the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Studer and sons spent Sunday at the Julius Studer home near Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Reid, of Palmer, visited the former's father, J. L. Reed, Wednesday afternoon. Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Daubendiek and Mrs. Ada Sloan were Saturday business visitors in Fort Dodge. Mrs. E. Moller returned to her home at Mud Lake, S. D., Mori- day after spending a week with Mrs. Kate Peck. Leo Freiden had the misfortune to fall Tuesday. He suffered cuts about the eyes, and stitches were required to close the wounds. Miss Florence Montag, of Waukegan, 111., spent a few days last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Montag. Philip Alien, of the Great Lakes Naval Training Station, was 'a recent visitor with his parents, Mr. and" Mrs. A. C. Allen. Mrs. Charles Thorson and daughters, of Graet'tinger, have aeen spending the past week at :he home of her father, Emery Also "MOUSE OF TOMORROW "PARATROOPERS" Tuesday, Wednesday, March 2 and 3 Fred Astaire - Rita Hayworth "YOU WERE NEVER LOVELIER" Also South American Sports riday for a few days' leave be- j ore going to California. Mrs. Chas. Schultz was honored •Yidny afternoon at her home by he Friendly Neighbor Club of vhich she is a member. The af- ornoon was spent socially after which lunch brought by the guests was served. The Schultz family moves the first of March to a farm near Lone Rock. (Mrs. Joe Curran of Ruthven and Mrs. Henry Gill and son Robert drove to Des Moines Monday to bring; home Mr. Gill who underwent a major operation Saturday at the Lutheran, hospital there. Ho was taken there the previous Tuesday by Mrs. Joe Curran and Mrs. Gill who stayed there until Ihe next day. The 50-50 Sunday school claas held their party Friday night in the church parlors. Fourteen of the members were present. Games were played after which lunch was Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. El- served by Mr. and Mrs. Milton win Schlei. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Behne. I Bevard. SEXTON NEWS ^ Shirley and Marilyn Neahring spent Saturday visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Henry Glave, Britt. Mrs. Martin Mimbach received a phonograph record from her son Jerry, who is in the armed forces in California. The record was made from her son's voice and it gave her great pleasure to hear it. Mrs. William Kirschbaum,-who has been visiting her- children for the last three months, returned to her home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maloney, of Mason City, brought her home and visited here Friday and Saturday, Mrs. Herman Wise and daughters spent Sunday at the John Voss Sr. home at Lu Verne. Dolores Vpss, of Grundy Center, who spent the weekend at Lu Verne, came back with her to leave Sunday evening for Grundy Center. Mrs. W. J. Bennet is taking treatments at the McCleary hospital in Excelsior Springs, Mo. She has been there the last couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Klein and Mary Ann and Mrs. Gus Berninghaus and Pauline and Alvina were business visitors in Fort Dodge Tuesday. Miss Josephine Blumgren spent the weekend with relatives in Minneapolis. Miss Albertha Heuring and Miss Ila Rochholz met her at Livermqre Sunday night on her return trip. Guy Kuyper recently purchased the 310-acre farm on which Gene Ford lives from the Equitable Ins. Co. of Iowa. He takes possession-March 1, but will not move onto it until next year, The Gospel Forum of the Methodist church met Tuesday evening at the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jacobs, Verle Perkins, and Miss Georgia Bacon were on the serving committee. The W. S. C. S. was unable to meet for a regular meeting February 10, due to the weather. The meeting was hejd February 17 instead. Mrs. Schurz, Mrs. Fehr, and Mrs. Baas were on the serving committee. Merle Stover arrived home Monday from a camp in California. He received an honorable discharge from the army due to his age. He says that 142 men out of his battalion of 800 men received a like discharge. Mrs. John Thacker was taken to Rochester, Minn., Friday morning, where she will receive treatment. She was accompanied by her son and. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thacker. Her daughter, Mrs. Victor Hansen, of Sioux City, remained to be at her bedside. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Evans, Cherokee, visited friends in West Bend Tuesday. Mr. Evans- has enlisted in the navy and, expects to be called for duty the first pf the month, Mrs. Evans will stay with her parents in Oelwein for a tune. Mr. Evans taught in the" West Bend school Jail year. New Campfire Meets— The Gkiolrjapr Campfire Girls leld their meeting February 19 at the home of Barbara Platt. Present were Jacqueline Brown, Joan Wolcott, Ruth Ann Burns, Joanne Dahl, < Marcia -SetchelJ) Arlene Spilles and the guardian Violet Miller. They discussed the work the group is going to take up at future meetings. They are newly organized. Card Party at Academy— ; ; i Circle'No. 7 of the St. Cecelia's Guild will hold a. card party and dance at the Academy hall on Tuesday night, Mar. 2. The.ladies in-, charge are Mrs. E. C. McMahon and Mrs. E. A. Schemmel.' 'Plans are for card playing from 8 until 10 with a. lunch following and then dancing for the remainder of the evening. Past Matrons' Club— /The Past Matrons' Club of the O. E. S. met Wednesday afternoon at the .temple for a '1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Lv 'F. Rice, Mrs. Walter Klamp and Mrs. Casey Loss were the committee in charge.. Mrs. Laura Chubb gave an interesting talk on places of interest in Washington, D. C., that she had visited recently. Shower For Mrs. Akre— Mrs. W. A. Berry, Jr., Mrs. Bob Richardson and Mrs. Don Busch entertained at a party Monday evening at the Ferguson home for Mrs. Donald Akre. Three tables of bridge were in play with Mrs. Craig Smith and Mrs. Bob Dewel receiving high score prizes. Mrs. Akre was presented with a stork shower. Party For Weis Family- Mr, and Mrs. William Weis were guests of honor at a partjTon Wednesday night at the Academy hall. Fifty friends and neighbors were present. Mr. and Mrs. Weis are leaving March 1 for Stacyville, [owa, where they will start farming. They were presented with a 'ift by the group. Missionary Reading Circle— The last of a series of reading | circles for the Presbyterian church i 's being N held this afternoon I [Thursday) at the home of Mrs J. W. Wadleigh. Sunday evening be In charge of Mr*. Agnes Seele-y. Thew will be an ^xhiblt .display of branches, Plum Creek Women's Club— •The iPum Creek' Womehs club met at the Central school las Wednesday evening. 500 and bridge were played, Eighty persons at tended. The next meeting will be held at Mr. > W. K. Ferguson's With Madeline .Prlebe land Jean B«t- schoter as hostesses. Trinity Yoiing .Pefcplc The Young People's Society of the Trinity Lutheran" church 'Will meet Friday evening at 8 o'clock In. the church, basement Norma Ketelsen and PihylHs Crawford are the hostesses in charge of the entertainment . and refreshments, Sewing Club" Meets— .Mrs.,.E. L. 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