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MINNIE BASS, 59, OF WHITTEIHORE, BURIED SATURDAY Whitteniore — Funeral service for Minnie Bads, 69, were held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in St. Paul's Lutheran church, the Rev. W. H. Discher officiating Mrs. Baas became ill about throe weeks ago. Although no alarm was felt because of her illness at the time her condition became alarming and she was taken to Rochester, Minn. Last Wednesday relatives and friends here were shocked when the message •came that she had suddenly passed away. She had reached the age of 58 years, 8 months and 18 days. To Falrvilfc In 1902 Deceased was the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. John Buck and was born Dec. 28, 1884, in Rock Island, Illinois. In the year 1902 she came with her parents to the -vicinity of Falrville. On the llth of November, 1903, she was united in marriage to Carl F. Baas, the Rev. W. Georgi solemnizing the ceremony. One son, John, The Algona Upper Des Moiites, Algona, Iowa, September 23, 1943 1 Was bom and now lives on the home farm, three miles southwest of Whittemore. In 1916 they moved to Whittemore and on the 6th of April, 1929, after a brief illness, Mr. Baas passed away. In 1930 Mrs. Baas, with her son, moved back to the farm and after the marriage of her son she moved back to Whittemore in 1939 where she had lived until her death. She leaves to mourn her passing one son, John and wife, one brother, Fred Busk, of Wilton Junction, and one sister, Mrs. Hannah Elbert of Algona. Burial was in the Lutheran :emetery beside the grave of her lusband. Pallbearers were Erwin and 'Henry Bruhn, Delbert Geitzenauer, William Lauck, Rudoloh Hanover and Wilmar Wichteii- dahl. club held their ment Day at tl Saturday afteri glance. "Bill" Becker Grows Regular Peanuts Being the garden spot of the world Kossuth soil will also grow peanuts, real peanuts, as is evidenced by the crop "Bill" Becker s raising in his victory garden. He brought in a sample last week nd the "clusters" of peanuts on "top" indicates a heavy crop SOUND VALUES For Wartime Budgets! Victory Fair at afternoon. Their Removal." A cl composed of : Jeanne Wilberg, and Donna Mo several selection!, ui . c Style Revue was held noon's program short business judges, Mesdam and Norman Th Jeanne Wilberg „ show at the fair. Cody and Lavonne "J- BUTTON-IN Lining Coat from 150 .It's your 4-season coat! A sound "buy." Wear it as a topcoat now— button-in the wawn lining for Winter. Herringbone, tweed. Sizes for misses, women. ii *yi* *~r\Jlllia \-tJLUQQ\ Bailey in charge. -"••'•- —— Seneca Blakjer Lutheran Church David J. Quill, Pastor The first in a series of sermon P"" 1 ,? general to P ic > " The Mn Who Said He Would" is schedule for this Sunday morning. The service begins at 10:00 a. m. The sermon subjects in the series are .'The Man Who Said He Would —And Wouldn't", "The Man Who Said He Would—And Couldn't" "The Man Who Said He Would— And Didn't", and "The Man Who Said He Would—And Did." Visitors are cordially invited to attend these services and worshio with us. The mission box offerings will be received in a special service liy the Ladies Aid on Oct. 1. FAREWELL PARTY HELD AT |CHURCH FORLLOYD WILBERG Lloyd Wilberg was the guest of honor at a farewell party tt the local Lutheran church last week Moriay evening. The evening's entertainment consisted of a planned program as follows: TARS Ltt 1/tAu *l"Il LOCAL M4V(kM«* «Hk ^ •»_ (FNT HAY mill Unl • seneca Stars 4-H local Achieve- ie Seneca schou loon. The proof group singing Pledge of Alle- ib demonstration their demonstra- will give at the Algona Friday subject is "Stain arinet quartette -.avonne Bailey, Mary Patterson >re then played after which the held. The after- closed with a meeting. The es Earl Crouch ompson, placed and Margery ace in the Style s will represent the county style r. Donna Jean ne Bailey will ass for complete outfits. Refresh- Jd to the guests en and Lavonpe Group singing, "God Bless O Native Land"; pledge of allei ance; devotions, Rev. Dav Quill; instrumental duet, Mar and Marlys Johannesen; readir Albin Nelson; trio, Mesdam Otto Wilberg, Linus Jensen a Jeanne Wilberg. Robert Halve son presented Lloyd with a pui from the congregation and frienc after which the program clos with group singing. Lloyd left Tuesday for D Moines where he received h physical examination. Due poor eyesight he could not g Into the navy, but was put in tl Seabees. Lloyd enlisted sever weeks ago. Mrs. Jergensen of Rake spending a few weeks at the hotr of her daughter, the J. H. Jei sens. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Richmom Armstrong, were Sunday after noon callers at the Wm. Osbor lomc. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Petersen c he Ringsted vicinity have pur chased the Earl Osborn residenc and small acreage and plan t move here in the near future. The Seneca Parent-Teacher or garuzation will hold their firs meeting of the school year thi week Thursday evening. Every ne is, cordially invited to com.: Last week Monday dinne uests at the Charles Osbori WHERE CANIGETANEIY FURNACE? home included Rev. and Mrs. Somers, Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grant, missionaries from Nigeria, Africa. Rev. and Mrs. David Quill, Rev. Stanley Knutsen, Rirthven; Mr. and Mrs. Linus Jensen, and Mr. and Mrsi Otto Wilberg were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Jens Halverson home. Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Petersen and Mrs. Emma Petersen attended memorial services for Allen Bervin at a country church near Swan Lake Sunday. Allen was killed in action in Africa. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and sons were Saturday evening dinner guests at the George Pommer home at Woden. Other guests included Henry's sister Johnette and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Kahl, of Des Moines The Seneca public school enrollment this year totals 148 pupils. This includes 9 seniors, 12 juniors, 11 sophomores, 8 freshmen, 11 in the 8th grade, 10 in the 7th, 12 in the 6th, 11 in the 5th, 18 in the 4th, 14 in the 3rd, 14 m the 2nd, and 18 beginners. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and Mrs. George Johnson were hostesses to Des the Seneca Band Mothers meeting his L ast week Tues day. Eleven- mem- . bers and one guest were present. The next meeting will be the second Tuesday in December. Mrs. James Daacy is a new member. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown, Armstrong, accompanied the Clarence Osborns to Fenton Sunday, where they spent the day with Mrs. Anna Osborn. Mrs. Osborn is recuperating from a fall a couple of weeks ago. The Browns were supper guests at the Clarence Osborn Home. The Roy Osborns received word last week from Mrs. Osborn's sister Florence Sorensen who lives at Minneapolis, tha* their eldest son, James, 10 years of age, was taken suddenly ill with infantile paralysis. He has been given some Sister Kenny treatments and last reports are that he ;s somewhat improved. Last week Monday evening dinner guests at the Kenneth Thompson home included Rev. and Mrs. David Quill, Armstrong, also Mesdames Chalmer and Harry Bonnicksen who have been vacationing with home folks. They left again Wednesday for California where they are working in a Douglas Aircraft plant. Sunday callers and guests at the Orville and Roy Miller homes included Mrs. Gladys Eggars and daughter Margaret Ann, Swea City, also Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reed and son Garry, also of Swea City. Other callers during the week included Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sanders and the Dale Reeds on Wednesday afternoon, and Mrs. Virgil Jensen and daughters and Mrs. Henry Wubbin and daughters on Friday. Mrs. Orville Miller, who has been ill for the past month, is slowly regaining her strength and is able to be up and about. ed working for the Pioneer Seed Corn Co. last Friday. In the group are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howard/ Mrs. Walter Sorenson, Mrs. I. W. Hansen, Mrs. E. P. Frederickson and daughter, Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. W. B. Officer and Mrs. W. J. Lockwood. Sgt. and Mrs. Dale Kennedy came Monday for a visit with Sgt Kennedy's parents, Mr. and Mis. W. T. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson, Mrs. Kennedy's parents, whom they had be.en visiting in Mason City, and their daughter! brought them over and were din ner guests at the Kennedy home Sgt. and Mrs. Kennedy are from Midway, Texas, where he is sta tioned. family and Brlcelyn, Minn., were Sunday visitors at the Mrs. Rhoda Dunn home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Deim and Darwin and Junior Farrow visited Sunday afternoon at the Weldon Brandt home near Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. George Wicker of Pocahontas, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Krebsbach and son of Swea City visited Monday at thi' S. G. Holm's. The sophomore class initiated the freshmen Friday iftorniutf. The entire high school and faculty were entertained at a party in the evening and lunch was served by the sophomores. Read The Want Ads—It Pays News Items of Burt Vicinity A. F. Carter, Ottumwa, visited rom Saturday to Monday hers with his family. Lura Sewick, who teaches at Forest City, spent the week end at her home here. Mrs. C. W. Patterson spent the week end with her daughter, Ar| lene, in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller visited at the home of Mrs. Miller's there will be Sunday school at the usual hour. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham were Sunday dinner guests at the Archie Ames home at Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Graham, Des Moines, met them at Kanawha and came home with them for a few days visit with them and with Harold's mother, Mrs. J. H. Graham. *M. 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"61" Q Hif k Q fv : mg tnamel is mad? for wt this purpose. In beau- tiFul, lustrous colprs that dry without aps, streaks or brush marks. Ask for the attractive color card. Modern decoration and 9?°d taste suggest the use of CelluHone the durable eggshell finish for walls, woodwork and furniture; if you prefer a flof wall finish, Tona-Wall ideally m«ets this desire. Get c.olor card for suggestions. 61 k ('s° rr s resist wear, water and are NOT slippery. Made in Satin Finish Clear Gloss and Pull Finish. Fora solid-covering, durable finish on interior or exterior floors, use "61" Floor* rorcn fcnamel. It is extremely resistant to wear, water and weather. ^ EA5 y TO CUAN grandparents at Havelock day. Dr. Bahne K. Bahnson, who recently joined the navy, is now at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station and is in the hospital corps. Mr. and Mrs. George Lannintf, Oakland,.Calif./visited the S. M. Petersons last Thursday. They were former neighbors of the Petersons. .Mrs. Clarence Larson and little son, Waterloo, came Monday Cor a week's visit with Mrs. Larsons parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick vis- ted Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth May, at Emmetsburg. Mrs. C. W. Reynolds and sons pent Sunday at the Herman Busle home. They and the Bussics pent the evening at the Ves Robinson home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ewen and daughter, Delores, Jeffers, Minn, were Sunday visitors at the C. H. Chipman home. Mrs. Ewen is Mrs. Chipman's cousin. Mrs. Robert Melville, who is a technician in the Children's hospital at Iowa City, spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vo^ol. The S. E. Straleys, Fenton, I .* ,„ ," spent Sunday with Mrs. Straley's * • • *" cn you'll leant to SS* MoStay "£. Ifr ££ \*«»**»* this special kind 52nd wedding anniversary. of insulation! The Presbyterian Mite society held a rummage sale at Thompson's store Saturday. The sale owno aiuiu oaiuraay. Tfte sale n vn. j ij was a great success and proceeds V' y spots canse dr «fts? amounted to about $132.00. ^ w ten Uiere are temperature diffe Mrs. Paul Moore and Mrs Fred ure e inside a home, cold air current Building Supply Company * r t _ ~ ** •* »-»«* W5*1|,C,L | J.VI III. Leonard Schmidt, at Bode last Thursday. It was Mrs. Schmidt's birthday. Mrs. Lottie Isenberger went to Lakota Saturday to assist at the W. F. Baum home. Elsie Baum, who had spent the summer here with her sister, Mrs. E. C. Schwie- iert, also returned to her home there. Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson, Mrs. George Koestler and Donald Nor- dm were Sunday dinner guests at the Rev, G. H. Wessel'home. VTr. an<i Mrs. Walter Widdle, lenton, were afternoon callers at he Wessel home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Girton and aughter Marilyn, Sioux Falls, S. D., visited from Sunday to Monday with Mrs. Girton's mother, Mrs. Gerta Thompson. They were on their way to Ames, where Marilyn is a student. Leslie Graham is spending a few days this week visiting his brother, Kenneth, and sister, Mrs. John Emmert, at Mason City, and his brother, Glenn, at Bode. Leslie will leave next week for active duty in the army, o L "« u a Welske left Tuesday for Seattle, Wash., where she is employed, after spending about six weeks here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wejsk e . Melvm Theisen left with her for Seattle, where he expects to find work. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith took their sod Richard to Cedar Rapids Saturday where he is a freshman at Coe college. They also went to Grinnell to see their spn, Pvt. James Smith, who was recently transferred there from Camp Roberts, Calif. * The Rev. Perry O. Hanson, Jr., e8e drafts be eliminated ^ Draf »« caused hy temperature differences disappear when room temperature "" kept uniform ?• ***** *• *e best way to equalize tem P««"lure8? ' qwui«> A. 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