Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1939 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 15, 1939
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Jj*jtBtl8N CREWS REPAIR MILWAUKEE'S R, R, TRACKS Elimination of Sway , of Cars in Motion , is Expected. cotmyt AOVANGS. AL*ONA. IOWA , , * J \Ctv ^V ',„* ' app&mq/i M Oirl Marries Beglstrar of Collefe— Anna, daughter of Mrs. Alma Drivers alongside the Milwaukee right of way in north central lona hare noticed large gangs of men at work on the roadbed and have wondere* what they were doing. This tells the story. By Mrs. Herman Wise. Sexton, Aug. 14—The Milwaukee railroad is repairing the tracks from Spencer to Charles City by raising, lining, and leveling them to eliminate sidesway of trains. There are three crews—tampers, liners, and a "dressing" group They are preceded by men who mark spots for adjustment. The tampers follow and raise the tracks to the desired height; the liners take the "kinks" out; work is then Inspected; and the "dressers" add the finishing touches. The work was begun March 1, or thereabouts, and will not be fln- Nelson, and Albert Eugene, son of P. E. Kent, Hastings, Minn., were I married Sunday afternoon in a 4 |p. m. candle-light service at the First Lutheran church. The Rev. C. W. Pfeiffer. Presbyterian pastor, performed a single-ring ceremony, in the absence of the Rev. M. A. Sjostrand, pastor. The Lohengrin and Mendellsolm seven members, the leader, and the assistant, oil call was answered by telling "What I hare spent most of my time on since the last club mettlng, and a business meet ing was devoted to further plans for the county fair. A demonstration was given by Lois on making knife-holders, and Alice Sparks gave a talk on household tools and their uses, also ways to build bird baths. Stella Mayer gave a talk on good manners in traveling, and wedding marches were played by .health talks were tfven br 'LO!S Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. Mrs. H. J. Sparks. Sleep In a Healthful Way, Rosewall, Blue Earth, Minn., sang! and Bernlce Reaper, Good Posture Prayer Perfect before the service,; at All Times. A courtesv talk on and I Love You Truly at the close, introductions, formal and tnfor- The bride wore a floor-length introductions, formal and Informal, was given by Esther Schepp- dress of white chiffon, with a tulle man. veil held in place by white rose-' buds. Her bouquet was of white Surprise for Irrhurtonlan— gladioli. The bride's sister Gert-| Mrs. Mary Dole, ^Irvlngton, ished till 'December 1. employed are from all The men over the United States. 'Most of them are unmarried, and run from 21 to 55. A yardman who acknowledges 78, claims to be -part Indian, though he doesn't look it. 'He says Indians rude, only attendant, wore a gown of powder blue chiffon and carried a bouquet of pink rosebuds. Wilfred Nelson, Chicago, brother of the bride, was best man. Ushers were Helmuth Huenhold and Carl Spongberg. A reception was given at the church, which was decorated with baskets of garden flowers. After a two weeks honeymoon Mr. Kent and his bride will live at was honoree at a surprise birthday party Wednesday evening at her home. Hostesses were Mrs. Paul Hudson and Mrs. Douglas RIley, and the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skilllng, son Donald, Elizabeth Ann Skllllng.' Mrs. Agnes Dutton, and daughter Corrlne, all of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. George Schumacher, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh. Mrs. Beada Watson, Mrs. Frank Asa, her children, the Rlley and Hudson one wishing transportation may call Mrs. Win. Dehnert or Mrs, My- i ron Lndwtg. J AM Clrcfe take G««ste- Eighteen members of 'Mrs. Mae Harrington's Congregational Aid Circle drove to Clear Lake Thursday to attend a one o'clock picnic luncheon at the Mrs. D. H. Goeders apartment opposite the golf links pro-house. YOQIK People Elect— . The Nazarene Young People's Missionary society met at the parsonage Thursday evening. Jim Fosnaugh was elected president; Owen Humphrey, vice; Margene Smith, secretary; lone Blanchard treasurer. Chadron, Neb., where Mr. Kent Is .'children, all of Irvlngton; Oswald registrar of the Nebraska State Thilges, Bode; Walter Mescher, don't show whites. age as readily a Great Tariety of Men. Three men are college students who are working during the sum mer for football training! On man has Just left the crew for a tryout on a Major Bowes program Some of the men were sent ou' from Chicago and Minneapolis bj relief committees. Others are "drifters." A mile of track is repaired dally and there are 100 miles to complete. Every step is taken to prevent accidents to workmen and train wrecks. Flagmen are stationed a half mile on each side of the crew •to warn engineers, and conductors get "slow" orders when a crew of workmen Is to be passed. Travel on "Casey Jones.~ The men work ou an 8-hour schedule, beginning at 7 a. m. and ending at.5 p. m. with an hour and a half off at noon. They are taken to and from work by the "Casey Jones," a motor car drawing three trailers. Each trailer carries 20 men, and the miniature train Is operated by a foreman, inotorman, and a torakeman. The little train can make up to 50 miles an, hour. The camp in which the men live consists of 15 cars: kerosene, gasoline, oil and grease car; general tool shop; coal car; water car carrying city water with a pressure system, a refrigerator lor fresh meats, vegetables, and other perishables; a storage car; a commis- •sary, a kitchen, two dining cars, -and five sleepers. This "Olympic" commissary is operated by Jos. Wilson, Chicago, who says it supplies everything •which the men need, Including -work clothing, gloves, tobacco, etc. teachers college. The bride is a graduate of the Algona high school, aud she holds a B, A. degree from the Iowa State Teachers college, also an M. A. degree from the University of- Chicago. For the last three years she has been supervisor of social sciences in the training school of the Nebraska State Teachers college. The bridegroom has a -B. A. degree from the University of North Dakota and an M. A. degree from the University of Kentucky. He is a member of Lambda Chi Alpha. Out of town guests were P. E. Kent and Mr. and'Hrs. Henry Dalaska, Hastings, Minn.; Sybil Sommers, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. J. I,. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Martin, Bricelyn, Minn.; ..Mr.- and Mrs. E. L. Anderson, Lake Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Levl Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Anderson, .Elon Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson, Forest City; Mrs. Olle Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Berg- gre'n, Swea City; Mrs. Anna Anderson, Kingsbury, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorensen, Lu Verne; Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rosewall, Blue Earth. Manual Training Teacher Here Weds In 8. D.— Supt. O. B. Laing has received the following newspaper clipping •eporting the marriage of Leonard Wlllson, local manual arts teacher 'n high school: A quiet home wedding took place Sunday, July 2, at 9:30 a. m. at he home of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Alcorn, Roscoe, S. D., when their daughter. Miss Rhea Alcorn became the bride of Mr. Leonard Wlllson, Newell, la., by the Rev. J. Phys Evans, pastor of the Roscoe Presbyterian church. The single ring service was used. The bride was attired in a smart blue crepe dress with varicolored Bancroft; and Clarence Green, Lu Verne. Sfcower for Bride-Elect— Lois Fitch was honoree at a miscellaneous shower Sunday at the Sexton hall, 50 guests attending. She will be married at 2 p. m. next Sunday at the Trinity Lutheran church to Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zimmerman, here. Birthday Diner is Given— Mrs. J. L. Daub entertained at one o'clock dinner Sunday in honor of LaVonne Wolcott, who was observing a birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. E. L, Wolcott, the rest of the children, Mrs. Mary Patterson, and Jeane Buthman. Shower for Saturday Bride- More than 150 relatives and friends attended a miscellaneous shower at St. Benedict hall last week Sunday honoring Mary Fran- ST. JOE Mrs. M. T. McOuIre, her children, and Lorena Berger spent last week at the lakes. •The Ernest Gales family left Wednesday for Watklns, Minn., for a week with relatives. The John Bertes returned last week Tuesday from a few days With relatives at Dell Rapids, S. D. Ambrose Wlaschln, Clarence Yilk, and Helen Holman have returned from a week with relatives at Cedar Rapids. Neb. Margaret Wlaschin, sister of Ambrose, accompanied them here to help with the housework at M. T. McGulre's, Seven workmen from Iowa Falls are painting St. Joseph's Catholic church on the outside. The John Erpeldlngs, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpeldlng, and Andrew Erpelding recently spent a day at the Okobojis and Arnold's Park. Mr. and Mrs. John Geltner, St. Mary's, Pa., daughter Edna (a registered nurse), and sons Lawrence and Robert spent a few days a week ago at John Erpeldnlg's, and all drove to West Bend to see the Grotto of the Redemption. Raymond Zlemet left recently-for a lengthy visit with relatives in Melstone, Mont. Helen and Hubert Origer, Stuart, were recent guests at Peter Schmit's. 'Matt Kirsch drove to Fort 'Dodge last week Monday morning to get Srs. M. Phyllis and M. Claire Ther- ces Dunlap, who was married Sat-' esa. Sr. Phyllis is a slater of Mrs. Lifhtninf Strike* , Wesley Hot Hotiw •Wesley, Aug. It —'Llghtttiflf struck a hog house on ' the Lee Goetz fafin, northeast at Wesley* aibout 7:30 o'clock Thnrgday morn" ing, burning the roof dff. Firemen from town answered a cat) and succeeded in saving other .buildings. Leo Blelch owns the farm, tittle Oirl H*§ Ac«M«ftf« Livcrmore, Aug. 14—(Beverly Anti Beers, 9, suffered a painful acci- 1 dent one day last, week, when her right leg was severely gashed on broken glass in front of the'Checkr er Front cafe, where she was at play. Three stitches were required to close the wound. +• 1 .. '.' • Body Kebnrferf Here. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Arend, Burt, had the remains of their daughter Phyllis . brought from Detroit; Lakes, Minn., to the Algona Calvary cemetery Monday. Mlsa Arend died there of pneumonia three and one-half years ago. 'She was Only TUES&Av , er Ff ld*y ntent; the bib has' named DorOthw Ma* Vtel n paternal grandmothers, lira. Pal tenden I* the former V6ttm Gard nei*. For Sale Spotted,ponit, mare, three years bld s weight 900, well broke Ao ride. Gentle and a real gift for your boy or girl. CORWITHIMPL CO, Corwlth, Iowa ?^B£>'1 slated ot y&Mh 1 ini op No, Picnic Honors Two Guests— A picnic was held at the Ambrose A, Call state park Saturday evening honoring Mrs. Clinton Sampson's mother, Mrs. Gust Stanger, Ladysmith, Wis., and Mrs. Sampson's sister, Mrs. Antone Kuettel, La Crosse, Wis., her husband, and twin sons. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Samson, son Victor, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wll- lasson, two sons, Mrs. Georgia Helgens, and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Parsons, all of Algona. The Clinton Sampsons, north of Algona, were also there. Lotts Creek Lassies Meet— The Lotts Creek Lassies 4-H club met at Dorothy Wichtendahl's Thursday, roll call was answered >y nine members on what they are to exhibit at the county fair. Dorothy gave a talk on cleaning and rc-arranglng dresser drawers, and Ada Fiene gave one on entomology, The girls sang Come to the Fair, a ceremonial song, Brahm'a Lullaby,. and Dreaming. A program was planned for local achievement day. The next meeting will be held at Dolorls Potratz's.- urday to Francis Stebrltz, Cherokee. Daice at Shelter House— The Cresco young people's group 1 Matt Kirsch, and she spent the day with relatives here, returning to Dubuque the following day. Sister Claire Therese went on to Melrose, Minn., to visit her sick father. Sis- - «*. V . b4v w j w » ub frww*"^ a «>» v**r . iiHuu., u> viait uer SICK lamer, ois- wlll have a dancing .party Friday ters M. Lisieux and M. Agnes have night at the Ambrose A. Call state arrived to make preparations for park shelter house. An electric the coming school year. phonograph will be used for mus-j ic. Other Society. Mrs. Roy Wooldridge was hostess to the Aces High bridge club Pri-i RICH POINT _ T . day. Two tables were In play. > Tne Ir «ngton 4-H club was en- Mrs. Wooldridge herself won high; I pertained by the Cresco club Thurs- Mrs. F. J. Lalng, second; Mrs/El- ° ay at ^° is Barr's. Helen Schulz tripes. She wore blue accessories nd was attended -by atricia Alcorn, who her sister, wore navy Mr. Wilson is overseer routine. In the Camp Kitchen. The kitchen is an interesting place to see on an inspection tour. Supper was being prepared by the cook and two assistants, supervised by Mr. Wilson, when this writer toured the camp. Two large cafe ranges are used to prepare the meals for 60 men. A large quantity of bread and pastry was ready to be put on the table. This had 'been baked by the cook. A case of lettuce was being prepared for salad. The overseer said that 100 pounds of potatoes, a case of eggs, 24 gallons of coffee and iced tea, and 15 pounds of butter are consumed daily. Fresh meat is received twice a week. Jfea are Mannerly. In the diners the tables extend the full length of the cars. The ta hies are set in home style. "Seconc helpings" are allowed. Every rneth od to keep conditions sanitary is used. A guide said the men, who represent many types, are uniform ly mannerly at table. There are 18 men to a sleeper Every man is responsible for care of his owu berth. There are a shower bath and a stove In each car. Sunday Is wash day. A large can over a fire supplies boiling water. Kerosene lights are uset in summer, but in the fall a 32- volt lighting system will be put into operation. The railroad endeavors to provide every convenience. "Working on the Railroad." The "Olympic" looks after some 40 such camps. When cold weather sets In and stops work each overseer will take his camp to Tama. Wis., where there Is a warehouse for the cars. There are 42 tracks in this warehouse. The Milwaukee has tracks in eight states. So the song of the railroad men In these camps Is: I'se working on the railroad All the livelong day; I've been working on the railroad To pass the time away. Don't yon hear the whistle .blowing?— Rise up so early in the xnorn! Don't you hear the captain shouting, Ttfekeeper, blow^your born! Fire at Farm Home Put Out by Family Burt, Aug. 14—The fire truck was called to Frank Eiseubarth's, southwest of town, Friday, but the family had a blaze extinguished before It arrived. The fire started in a mattress. A pair of overalls had been thrown onto a bed, and it Is supposed that matches in the pocket were ignited. The family was away, and on return discovered the fire, •,,; •.•-.. r/i. . lue sheer with a taffeta balero. The groom was attended by Kenneth Alcorn, brother of the bride. Those present at the wedding 'acco, etc. were the immediate members of of camp the bride's family, Rev. and Mrs. Evans, and Miss Marjorie Light. A sumptuous wedding dinner was served at 12 o'clock, after which Mr. and Mrs. Willson left for a trip through the Black Hills. On their return they will stop in Roscoe for a short time before leaving for the New York world's fair and will also visit his brother Eugene at Astoria, Long Island, N. Y. Enroute they plan to stop at Niagara Falls, Washington, D. C. and other points of interest. The will return to Algona, la., wher Mr. Wlllson is instructor of Indua trial Arts in the high school. The bride attended the Rosco public school and graduated from the Roscoe high school and late: graduated from a course at t.h State Teachers college, Ceda Falls, la. For the past three years she has taught in the public schools of College Springs 'and Edgewood, la. She is a member o the Preabyetrian church and has been active in Sunday school work and as a teacher of daily vacation Bible school. She is popular In social circles and has a wide circle of friends. The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wilson of north of Newell. He Is a graduate of the Newell high school and of Iowa State college at Ames. St. Benedict cirTaiid Cherokee Youth Married— Mary Prances Dunlap, Algona and Francis Stebritz, Charokee. were married at 9 o'clock Saturday morning at the St. Benedict Catholic church, the Rev. Father Kramer, pastor, performing a single-ring ceremony. The church was decorated with pink and white gladioli, and the bridal party walked down the aisle to the strains of Lohengrin's wedding march, played by Mrs. Clarence Seimmer, Algona. The bride wore a floor-length white taffeta gown, with long veil caught in a coronet. Her bouquet was of pink roses. Mary June Ste- brltz, Algona, sister of the bride;room, maid of honor, wore a floor-length pink taffeta gown and carried gladioli. Patrick Dunlap, Algona, brother of the bride, was best man. A wedding dinner was served to Campfire Girls Have Outing— The "Luhosho" Campfire girls spent from Friday till last evening at the W. C. Dewel cottage, Clear Lake. Mildred Rich, guardian, and Mary Crulkshank, assistant guardian, were with them. The girls sponsored a bake sale and a skat- Ing party to earn money for the outing. They are June Ann Scan- Ian, Ruth Ann Clement, Betty Ann Sharpe, Marilyn Keen, Mildred G-al- braith, Donna Jean Phillips and Ruth Jean Thorpe. House Party at Okobojis— •Mary Elizabeth and 'Joan Godden 60 guests at the home of the bride's larents, Mr. and Mrs. William Dunlap, St. Benedict The bride- room Is a son of Frank Stebritz, Algona. The newlyweds will live at Cherokee, where Mr. Stebritz is a plumber for the government. The couple gave a wedding lance Saturday evening at the Sexton hall. Chums' Hosts to Irvlngton Club— The Cresco Chums met at Lois Janri'a Thursday, nine members, our visitors, the leader, and the assistant,,..Roll .pall wag aaswer- ';<•• Ir.vJngtgn-..cl,ub was,rfpresented by entertained at the Biljomar (Godden) cottage at the Okobojis over the week-end. Saturday and Sunday guests were two young women from Clarke college, Dubuque, and two young men from Loras college, Dubvtqne. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Godden, parents of the girls, and the Godden son Billy joined the young people Saturday evening for over Sunday. Mary Elizabeth is a student at Clarke college. Party Honors Michigan Guest— Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whitte- jnore, entertained at one o'clock bridge luncheon Thursday, in honor of Mrs. Ethel Pryer, Grand Rapids, Mich,, who Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. M. Potter, Algona. Bridge was in play at three tables, and Mrs. Potter won high; Mrs. P. E. Kriethe, Burt, second. Mrs. Pryer was presented with a guest prize. Mostly Algona women attended. . . . , - . mer Phillips, travel. Mrs. Arthur "leader of the Irvington club. Glaser was a- club guest. - Mr- and Mrs - Frank Capeslus Mrs. Barney Casler entertained went to Mason City Friday to visit at dinner Friday evening in honor their daughter, Mrs. "Tick" Hur- of her husband's birthday. Guests , lej "; . , were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Casler, "able Earp, Crystal Lake, was a Brltt, and Mr. and Mrs. 'Kin' Fox, I £" est Wednesday of Marguerite — Skilllng. The twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pesch, Central City, vis- fted last week at Lyle Raney's. Mrs. Pesch and Mrs. Raney are sisters. Many from this vicinity attended a Dunlap-Stebritz wedding dance at the Sexton hall Saturday evening. Jos. Fraser, Sexton, was at Hugh Raney's Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Godfrey, with the son Dick, got home last Wednesday from an extended tour in western states and into Canada. They were to be here a few days before returning to their home at Amies, ' Mary Black, student nurse at the university, hospital, came early this week for a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Black. She Will spend three weeks here Wesley. Frank and Barney ar brothers. The Catholic Daughters had business meeting Thursday even ing at the St. Cecelia academy hal some 35 women attending. Th next meeting will be a social on on the last Wednesday in August Mrs. Meda Redfleld entertalne the E. T. W. club Wednesday, elgh women attending. Mrs. Bert Cron an was high; Mrs. Elmer Phillips second, Mrs. Fred Powell, low. Mrs. Lloyd Muckey entertalne at two tables of bridge Friday Mrs. G. D. Brundage won high Mrs. F. L. Thorpe was second; am Mrs. Fred Gelgel won cut. Mrs. F. C. Scanlan was hostess to her bridge club Friday evening Two tables were in play, Mrs. T H. Chrischilles winning high. Mrs.. A. V. Larson entertained the Owego card club Wednesday afternoon. There were two tables of bridge. The Welfare club, a branch oi the Woman's Relief Corps., will meet Wednesday with Mrs. C. H. Taylor. Mrs. Oleve Stewart Is entertaining the C. S. D. W. knitting club today. There are 12 members. The Royal Neighbors will, meet this afternoon with Mrs. E. A. Guderlan at Galbralth. Mrs. W. H. Klamp entertained her C. S. D. W knitting club last week Tuesday. airs. Dau Tells of Tour— The Trinity Lutheran Concordia Aid held its annual picnic Thursday afternoon in the church basement. It was to have been held at the Ambrose A. Call state park, but the meeting place was changed, due to rain. Between 45 and 50 women attended, and the program consisted of a talk by Mrs. Wm. C. Dau on her recent trip to the New York world's fair. Dinner for A. L. Long Son- Mrs. A. L. Long entertained at an informal dinner party Friday evening honoring her son Jack, who leaves September 10 to enter Coe college, Cedar Rapids. Guests were Donald Wlllasson, Robert Muckey, Jesse Beamish, Robert and Everett Black, Eugene Drager, and "Bill" Turner. Following 6:30 dinner the boys skated at the Taylor rollerdrome. Enters Dad's Law Firm. Charles Hastings has joined his father, I. C. Hastings in the practice of law at Garner. The young man. obtained his collegiate education at Iowa City and his law degree from Harvard. His father was once Judge Quarton's law- partner here. Algonlan's Mother Patient. Livermore, Aug. 14—Mrs. Bert Brown had a serious. operation at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, last Thursday. Her condition is reported favorable. She is the mother of Mrs. Frances Speraw, Algona. Four Corners Mr; and Mrs, Donald Ricka- >augh, San Diego, Calif., arrived ast week Tmsatfay to visit the C. N. Robinsons; Mr. Rfckabaugh a nephew of Mrs. Robinson, la In the navy. TBe visitors stopped at Le Mars; to bring the brother Perry Wittt them. Mrs. Lonis Lowman and ter children, Jimmie and Iris, Edith Sabln, Jean Jennings, Evelyn Alexander, Verla Mfller, Elsie Lindeman, Mary Cruikshanfc, Jean and Edward mchv anil Thelma Rainus went roller skating at the Drome Ink Tuesday afternoon. The skat ng was sponsored *y Algona ampfire gtrls, who did an excel ent job of looking aifter the chil ten, as weir as the grown-ups. The Mothers & Daughters club met recently at Mrs.' Susie With m's, Jessie Royce assisting, and he opening song was answered With Bible verses. Alice Dltsworth rave a paper on Hymns of the Faith. There was a large attend nee despite a rainy day. Missionary Society Klects— The Nazarene Missionary society has elected Mrs. Ezra Blanchard president; Mrs. G. F. Towne, first vice president; Mrs. E. J. Strong, wife of the pastor, second vice; Mrs. Frank Smith, .secretary-treasurer. Mrs. E. N. Taylor was elected delegate to a district conven- .lon August 22 at Oskaloosa, and Mrs. Towne was named alternate. Dinner Honors the Twogoods— Attorney and Mrs. L. E. Llnnau entertained at 7 o'clock dinner Thursday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Twogood, Moscow, Ida. There were 12 guests. The Twogoods are visiting Mrs. Twogood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard. Dinner for Affianced Couple- Helen Corey entertained six ;uests at 6:30 dinner Friday ev- ulng honoring Anna Nelson and ier fiance, Albert Kent, Chadron, Jeb. Mr. Kent is registrar of the Nebraska state teachers' collet, vhere Miss Nelson has been critic upervlsor. Icnlc lit Park Planned— The Naomi Circle will have a Icnlc Friday afternoon at 2:30 at Ambrose A. Call state park, h member Is 19 take saudwich- s, dishes, and a covered, dj8h.,Any FARM FOR SALE AT BAKGAIN 197 acres known as the Helmers farm, 3 miles northeast of Titonka. Possession March 1st, next. For price and terms communicate with W. A. 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