The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1945 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 15, 1945
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JSJQ j, tfVJjl^lorf rf O loDd .---".','-, /'- L ..^.' -. ? ' .. , ',-,•/.. .,-•.. - : , . ALGONA, IOW, fy^ffiURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1945 -jl ^i^_— ,._ — Action Two-t-Six Pages VOL. _..,.,,-. ;_—i— A-L- 80— NO. 46 f arm TLoan Association Cilfe A Nice jlividend "Melon" FAllIu LUAft /lUU I! l>f ft rjf^^^t.^....*!,, f *,„»,* r»^_I. Mrs. Everett l^nm* were Stindav Newbrnnrfi and phildren. Mr. nnd Monday. M infift fflAilAnm\ ia3C8»MaaaaiBK9aaagCS^»«8»a>» PAYS A DIVIDEND TOTALING $5,993 Checks totalling $5,663.00 will be mailed to more than 300 farmers in Kossulh county withlti the next few days, it was announced today by Charles Newel, president of the.Algona National Farm Loan Association. .Tha farmers who Will receive the' checks are! members of the Algoha National 'Farm Loan Association. The checks represent a dividend of 5 per cent oh stock they own" in the Algoha association. Newel's announcement Was made following a meeting of the •association's .board of directors, which voted 16 pay a dividend to all 'stockholders of the association as of October 1, 1945. "The Federal; (Land Bank of Omaha," said Newel, "recently declared a dividend on its stock ?Which'[is owned by'National Farm Loan ,Associations; In Iowa, Ne- 'brasfca, South,'Dakota and Wyoming; Tfhis dividend to the associations enables us'to also pay a dividend .to our association members -oh'their stock." ' ' ! Newel pointed put that the dividend paid by the Omaha land bank :Was made possible' by continued excellent agricultural conditions and a reduction of bank and association expenses. The Algona National Farm Loan Association has 'loans totalling : '$2,397,200.' outstanding to owners *ot farms in, Kpssuth county. >v (Eugene H. 'Hutchlns is secre- ttiairy-treasurer'of the association. Directors, in addition to Mr. Newel,' 'arfe Douglas Wildin, Algona, George Jutting, Buffalo Center, Hugh Raney, Algona, and Henry Schepprnanri, |rvli}gton. A. Meeting Planned Swea City, 23rd • Ledyard: On FrldayANov. 23rd, a county. iU. .S. -W, A/ meeting will be -,'held atySwea City at Luther h'all. Registration .will-'be' at 1:30. ^lll^a^^splMjj^efin go notify . Air. arid'Mrs.VelaUde fiastg mov- e'd'JoSwea City'last: Week. Mr. Haag is to be assistant manager of the'Johnson .Produce .-Co. Mrs. Haag'.will conti|iue.-teaching and .will drive batkfand : {orth. Birthday Honors— ' .On Saturdby evening the G. O. .F. .Club met at the home of Mrs, E, <T. Halyorsoriiv. honoring the birthday.-b'f'Mrs D,B. Mayer. :",• Mrs. Alvin Busch entertained a group of ladies .af.her home last Thursday eyeiiing at.'a U. S. W. A. I vanishing : t£a.;;,, : ' ;•. Kirs..-Writ Feriehia of 'Bancroft who teaches 6th grade here was sick several days -last week and Mrs. E. A. Carpenter; supplied for her; , .'.-\ - •• •„.".,'. .',Mr. and Mrs; Joe Mayne, Alfred Zulske and John-' Krammersmeier went to Des Moines Saturday to ylslt 'Delmar -anti .Arden in the hospital there. ''"-••.''•'' Mr, and Mrs. Charles Bashara drove to Blue. Earth Thursday plght to meet her brother Mike Munyer who* has just returned from several years, overseas and is on his way home to Rugby, N. Dakota, • ; • ; Glenn Yahnke, whd for the past 2 weeks has been laid up with sciatic-rheumaUfrtii and able to be about only on crutches, is some better and Friday V/Wt to visit' his brother at Wasccs. ^linn., for several days, '-. v-'v••.''•••."•;.' On Saturday afterripon eleven ladies pleasantly surprised Mrs, Harry $chroeder at her home in honor of her binthday, A card and handkerchie,f; shower was , given her and lunch was served by ... the 'ladles, -'-/.R^-iY .'.•••" ; . • S; Saturday yi9}|p?s at t h « M ":B, , Giuat^n, 5 home -were Mr. god Mrs, Geqrgiji |i, Jacobsbn recently ot'6re%e?§h0 Wash., their daughter and 4ljujb.Wl Mr> - ftn ^ r MW< B. iK, Gl^ljf jbgOn ajid chil^ d?en ; Judy, • Jonv • i ua^ Jejfry, also ,l«Q}s and. Georgie.JacQbson, all of rs, M, E, Blanchards, Lone Rock, Wed 53 Years, Fefed Nov. 11 Lone Rock: A famfly dinner In honor of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard was given Sunday, Nov. 11 at the 'home of their daughter Mrs. Delmar Angus near Burt. The occasion was the 53rd wedding anniversary of the couple. All if their eight children and their families -were present except one, Mrs. Albert Thompson of West DCS Moines. Those attending were Sgt.- and Mrs. Howardl Banchard and daughter of Haverhlllt Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Blanchard and sons, Mr. and'Mrs. Delmar Agnus and family, Mrs. Roy Zunkel and Mr. and Mrs Ed Zunkdl. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blanohard and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Blanchard and two daughters of Humboldt faken Suddenly III-— ., Mrs. Alex Krueger was taken suddenly ill late Sunday afternoon at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. E. 'Blanchard. She suffered from severe abdominal pains and a doctor was called. She is-improved. Has Sinus Infection— John, so nof Mr and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, has been ill since last Wednesday suffering from a sinus infection. He was taken to the •home of his grandparents the. H. A. Morgans, Algona, on Wednesday but was able to return horn". Saturday. His mother was with him. , s Ready for New Pastor — Several members of -the church and Ladies Aid meet Monday afternoon at the manse to clean it in preparation for the coming of the new minister and 'his family, expected this week. Those, who 'helped were Mesdames Lawrence Newbrough, Alf. Jorgenson, Wm. Christenson, Lawrence Rath, Roy Jensen, W. J. Cotton, Emil Kraft, Alf. Krueger, Harry Hobson, Frank Dacken, A. D. Newbrough, "Eldon Marlow, and • Ed\v,.<Blanehard.' Mrs. Roy, Jensen,- '/ M..r$.' ( ,' M. Ej BlanchafS/'MrSlV'Howar'd'-.Blarfch- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rath spent Suriday! ; evening at -the Albert Shaser's. ., Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt and family spent Sunday at the Ornio Behr- endn home. , * Dr. Bahne Bahnson of Burt visited Friday morning at ' the Ed Hoppe home. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard spent Sunday at the Ralph Rledel home, Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean of Fenton spent Sunday afternoon at the .^ C. Heiter home. G. H. Boty 'of Mason City was an overnight guest Monday of the Andrew Thomsons. Leigh Currens of Mason City spent Sunday afternoon at the P. M. Christenson home, The Ralph and Waiter Thompsons were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Lillie Thompson. Roy Hines spent Sunday at Hampton visiting his father Fred Hines, and other relatives. Week end 'guests of the Hugh Wains home were Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hamm of Early, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kropf were Sunday dinner guests of the Henry Schultz home at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Alf. Jorgensen were visitors ' at the Gus Torino home at Lakota Saturday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. M. O. Richardson and family spent Sunday at the Maurice Bilaborough home at Titonka. Mrs. Beulah Montgomery spent Saturday and Sunday at Lalcc Mills with her friend Adelaide Hougan. Mr, and Mrs. John Behrends spent Sunday at the Pete Hansen home, Seneqa, They spent the evening at Dettmajn Nielsens home. .Mr, and, Mrs. Ace Warner of dyard spent the w.eek end at the Topi kopg home.' The Hiram Ack- ian; f wnijy was Sunday dinner guests "there, -^v^--/. . • •'. ••• Mry 8Jid>Mrs. Orville Deerdovl and daughter of Yale and Mr, and Mrs, Marehsnt pf Des spent the 4sy Sun4 a y 9,t the /ensen ^y iv^: """•' ^f^%&vtjti^i$!w&.j^^ %$-?'$'%ft' : -$$'ft'-'$''ijf^ *.r{> : s Jack Marloifr, SM3-C, an instructor in R. O.'T. C. at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, came Saturday for an overnight visit at the home of his parents Mr, and Mrs. Lem 'Marlow, Mr. ana* Mrs. D6naia Radig attended the funeral of Mrs. Radig'n aunt Mrs. Ben Nemilz at Hampton on.Tueshday. The Radigs spent Sunday evening at the Wm. Boeltcher home, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Williams accompanied the Don Mitchells of Burt to Minneapolis last Tuesday where they visited at the home of Mr. Williams' sister Mrs. Barbara and at the E. C. Barbara home. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Morris spent Sunday at the 'home of their son- in-law 'and daughter, the Jack Johnsons of Gowrie. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Larson were Sunday evening guests of the Morris. ' Miss Charlene Roth spent froth Friday to Monday evening at We paternal Wm, Roths. Monday evening dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Webb of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Evers of Odell, Nebr. * Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Dean Jergenson, Mrs. Wilfred Radig, Mrs. Donald Radig and Mrs. Henry Kueck attended a shower Sunday afternoon at the Walter Krause home in honor of their daughter Mrs. Wm* Brady. . -'\ Mr. and Mrs. Elmer. Krause and baby from Sampson, N. Y., arrived at the paternal J. T. Cherland home last week. Mr. Krause wes recently discharged from the service. The Amey and Julian Cher* land families spent Sunday at.the J. T. Cherland home. . '', Sunday dinner guests of the Eldon Marlow's were Jack Marf low, SM3-C, Mr. and Mrs, , Lem Marlow, Pat Marlow, Mrs. Jbha Newbrough and children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt and family, all of Lone Rock, and the Jess Marlow family of Bancroft Mrs. Lawrence Getzanauer received a telephone call from her uncle 'Pfc. Cecil Boltser, who had just arrived at Seattle from overseas. He expects to be here for Christmas. The Gerlzanauers were Sunday dinner guests at the C. J. Stauclers, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough drove to Clarion Sunday morning and brought Sgt. and Mrs. Howard Blanchard and Sally for a Jew days visit with relatives here. Sgt. Blanchard is assigned to recruiting duty at Haverhill, Mass., and is on a 10 day furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Angus Cotton took their son Angus Jr. to Mason City Friday and he went from there to Madison, Wis., to visit his sister Juianna, and to attend the University of Wisconsin homecoming. Julianna, and to attend the University of Wisconsin homecoming. Monday. Sunday dinner^uests at the paternal Wm. Nelsons were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin tyelson and family, Goldfield, Mr;.-..and Mrs. Theo. Jacobson and son, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Mainard Kueck and family of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bates, Mrs. Wilbur Shoopman, Raymond Nelson and Betty Bates. Wesley Child, 111 With Polio, Home Wesley: Mrs. Rita Ricke and two children Betty and Jerry came home the fore part of the week from Des Moines. Jerry had been treated in a hospital there for polio for 5 or 6 weeks. , Mrs. Ricke and Betty were at .the home of her aunt, Mrs. Ann Kunz. . Mrs. Ricke bought the house east of the public school from Mrs. Ann Reno and had moved into it just before her son became ill. SEABEE HONORED AT FENTON DINNER Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler entertained at Sunday dinner in honor of their son Ervin who is in the Seabees but is spending a 30 day furlough with his parents. Guests were Mrs. Robert Votteler, Mrs. Emma Ruske, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Pettit and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Siems and Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Humphrey, Arnold Mantle- mann, Mrs. Olaf Norland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Han- llemann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hantlemann and family •and Kenneth Johnson. A. L. Allen of Dos Moines was a supper guest Friday evening and dinner guest Saturday in the Glenn Gabrielson home while pheasant hunting. •Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson attended the annual Farm Bureau meeting at Burl Thursday evening. Mr. aria Mrs. Bill Wcrmersen were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimback. Mr. and Mrs. Fen Kraul and family, Titonka, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Pearl Beukema apd family. Mr. and Mrs. Aloyouis Kirschbaum and family, Crystal Lake, were Sunday afternoon visitors at. the home of ihia mother ^Mrs. Lena Kirsohbaum. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Plii/llips, Mr. and Mrs.-James Stebbins, of Algona, visited Monday at the home of their mother and grandmother Mrs., Sarah Wise.- MS . . . and Theii Families WE WAN! to PLAY BALL with YOU BJUSf ROM'S FURNITURE CO. •,.+_ Save Your Mustering-Out Pay! TO YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT ESTABLISHING CREDIT uestion: Will you have to wait" 'till your ship comes in" before you can have the things you dreamed about in the foxholes and camps? Answer: Not as far as we are concerned! You can step into civies and furnish your home NOW through our Serviceman's Plan, uestion: Just how good is the credit rating of a discharged veteran at your store? Answer: Tops! as good as the job you did for America. We'll try to show our thanks with a REAL welcome. uestion: Does it matter that, as a serviceman, you . haven't held a "regular job" since Pearl Harbor? Answer: Who says you haven't. 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