group installs The Methodist new fontdrt WSCS held a 1 o'clock luncheon and. pledge service Thursday in the. church and officers for the coming year were installed. The new president is Mrs. 'Merle Voigt; Mrs. Arlo Ranrtey, vice- president; Mrs. Clarence Os- borli, recording sec.; Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, treas.; Mrs. Eugene Huskamp, Christian social relations', Mrs. Clifford Douglas, campus ministry; Mrs. Charles Lovejoy, membership cultiva> tion; Mrs. Russell Eldridge, missionary education; Mrs. Jessie Newel, program materials; Mrs. Edward Reimers, spiritual life cultivation; and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs, supply work. Mrs. Jack Gerhardt is local activities chairman and Mrs. Dale Voigt is assistant. Chairmen for the three circles are Mrs. Lyle Newel, Mrs. Derwood Voigt, and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast. Reports were heard on. the conference April 28 at Webster City. Bible school has tentatively been set for June. 7-11. IV was reported that 49 Ibs. of good serviceable clothing wa's sent from the Fenton church this month for Church World Service-mission work. They voted expenses for one delegate 'to the school of fissions at. Sioux City in Juiiie. 1 This will be a week-long,Bible course on Acts and a study course of teacher's training. The WSCS iis presenting prayer, books to the seven graduating seniors from , the church later this month. • The- new president,. named Committees and announced an executive meeting for ;May 21. Circle re-organization will be at the WSCS meeting next, mon|th. The new. president presented two /long-stemmed American Beauty Roses to the out-going president,-: Mrs. Lyle Newel, as R6VIS6 CONSTITUTION Aid Of St. Johtt's Lutheran church Wednesday afternoon V6ted'6fi fevisi&tts* of the .group's constitution;. Several changes pfopened ;by committee were adopted to bfiflg the cditstitu* tion up-to-date.Reports on the LWML Spring Rally April SO at Lotts Creek were given by Mrs. John Waite and Mrs. William ttahtelman, May 10 was set as-a j sewing day to prepare articles to-be sent to Eket, Nigeria, hospital. The topic was the Church Liturgy given by Rev. Rex Spicer. Guests were Mrs. Axel Bratlund, Bancroft, Judy Luedtke, Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mrs. Paul Voigt, and Kathie Devan. Hostesses were Mrs. Ervin Krause, Mrs. William Jentz, and Mrs. Marvin Luedtke; and dining room hostesses were Mrs. Gus Krause and Mrs. Lloyd Kern. PASTOR OIVES LESSON Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran church, Fairville, heard Rev. Clifford Bliss give a lesson on Absolution Without Confession Thursday. ;Mrs. Norman Bollin- g^r was named the' local contact to receive information from the Lutheran .Home-Finding Society at Eqi$, Dodge and. to^ report. A program .will be given -this year at the .close ,of vacation, Bible School-the two weeks from May 31/tq:June';ll/ Guests were Mrs. Benhie Berkland and Mrs. Henry Bruhn. Hostesses were Mrs. Eryin* Bruhn and Mrs. Howard Bruhn. ; $137 IN CANCER DRIVE '.Mrs., ; ,.George . 0. •. Jorgenson, cancer drive chairman for Fenton, reports $137.65 was collected this year. Helping with the house-to-house canvass were Mrs. Robert .Burkgren, Mrs. Stanley Berkland,.'Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer, Mrs! ..Frank .McFall, Mrs.: Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, Mrs. ',Curtis Lura, Mrs. Arno. Juhl, Mrs. Shirley Zumach, and '.Mrs. Harlan Mueller. I..--S'.-','...-. -'•:".•'•'•• '••;. _ .- AWARD NIGHT MAY 18 Thei annual AWard :Night will ken, Algotia. Bridesmaid Was Afdith Eden, sister of the groom, Minneapolis, and Attn Thoreson, Blue Earth, was flower girl. Douglas Valentine, | Truman, Minn, was the ring bearer. Dwight Seaberg, Wesley, was best man and Carroll Asche, | Blue Earth, was groomsman. ! Ushers were Roger Boyken, Al- gotia, Dewey Valentine, Truman, Minn., Robert Sloan, Corwith, and Wettdal Schutjer, Titonka. Mrs. Robert Seefeld, Wesley was soloist with Herman Wei- liousen, Titonka, accompanist. A reception-was held in the church parlors with Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Sparks as host and hostess. Mrs. Robert Sloan, Corwith, had-the guest book. Betty Ford and Linda Green, Bancroft, and Marcella Jorgenson, Blue Earth, had charge of gifts. Carolyn Gorman and Judy Koehler, Blue Earth served punch. Mrs. Otto Bernau, Em mons, Minn, and Mrs, Dcwey Valentine, Truman, Minn, pour ed. Mrs. Rasmus Peclerson, St Peter, Minn; and Mrs. Kate Flom, Wesley, cut the cake. Waitresses were Janice Zumach, Florence Dammcr, Sue Enjoy a call this weekend! At home at Wesley j be held in the Sentral high school, auditorium May 18, at 8 p.m. The program will include a short band concert by the elementary school band directed by Leroy Bras. Athletic, music, commercial and homemaking awards will be presented by the coaches, music instructors and faculty members. Certificates of promotion will be presented to eighth grade graduates. An exhibit will be given by the industrial arts department, under supervision of Robert Burkgren. Cherann Marie Bernau, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Bernau, Burt, and Clinton Eden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben'Eden, Wesley were married April 24 in a candle light service at 8 o'clock in the United Presbyter 1 ian church at Blue Earth, Minn. Rev. Larry Johnson performed the double ring ceremony. Matron of honor was a sister of the bride, Mrs. Roger Boy- STATEMENT OF THE LONE ROCK BANK AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS APRIL 26, 1965 ASSETS Cash and balances with other banks $ 124,034.04 U. S. Government obligations direct & guaranteed - 374,876.24 Obligations of political subdivisions 308,291.40 Loans & Discounts including overdrafts 1,113,411.64 Bank premises owned -- 9,000.00 Furniture & Fixtures 1,150.00 TOTAL ASSETS _L $1,730,763.32 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and political subdivisions ^ $1,086,144,85 Time deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and political subdivisions 585,615.48 Capital - - 30,000.00 Surplus 20,000.00 Undivided profits 9,002.99 TOTAL LIABILITIES .$1,730,763.32 Serving This Community Since 1899 Insurance and Banking A. L. Cotton, President K. W. Jackson, Vice President K. K. Jones, Cashier Lucille,Seegebarth, A. Cashier - Bookkeeper Dennis Heerdt, Teller Christiansen, Lynn Sheldon, and Mrs. Carroll Aschc, all of Blue iarth, and Mrs. Marvin Madson, Truman. AL60NA (Iowa) ADVANCE—3 THURSSAY, MAY 13, IMS The couple are living on a farm north of Wesley. PUT THAT 'Showroom Shine 9 in their eyes... with an Auto Loan. A new car, fresh from the showroom is a big thrill for all the family . . . and usually, new transportation proves a perfect asset, too, especially when you finance your car first with a low cost loan here. Borrow from us ... deal for cash . . . and you save money! OWA STATE BANK "Your Partner in Progress" Algona, Iowa GOOD WILL TRUCK The Good Will Truck will stop at the Fenton Methodist church May 24 to pick up donations of repairable clothing, jewelry, buttons, and small household articles. Contributions can be left in the church basement before that date. The latest reduction in rates for Iowa telephone users makes Long Distance a bigger bargain than ever! Station call evening rates (6 to 8 p.m, daily) are now in effect all day on Saturday up to 8 p.m. fven lower rates all day Sunday! New night rates, lowest rates of all, apply all day on Sunday as well as from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m, nightly, Now you can enjoy a telephone visit anytime on Sunday at lowest Long Distance rates in history) No peed to wait until evening hours,, ,'lQWest rates are in effect all day on Sunday, Use this chart to save money on your Long Distance calls STATION LO.NG QISTANCE $UI(!f Northwestern Bell The Robert Burkgrens spent Mother's Day with their parents, the Clarence Carlsons, Cowrie, and Obed Burkgrens, Dayton. Saturday the Robert Burk- grens visited the Tony Winters family, Fort Dodge. The Win- ers moved there recently from Alexandria, Minn. The J. A. Schwartzes and Edith Laage -spent Sunday in ilockwell City with the Karl Schwartzes. The Albert Mitchells were guests at Richard Underwood's, The Morris Mitchells spent the weekend at Storden, Minn., With their daughter, the Rev. Edwin Silrums. Sunday guests of the Roelf Millers were the daughters, the Carl Veers, Rochester, Melvin Ricklefses, Titonka, Paul Winters, Buffalo Center, and Fred Eckharts, Gary, Ind. The Eck- harts had a longer visit but left for Indiana Tuesday. Judy Jolley is spending a short vacation with her parents, the Dr. W. W. Jolley. She will start a summer job in June. Gene Radig, Omaha, spent the weekend visiting his mother, Mrs. Emma Radig. The Leroy Henriksens, Armstrong, were callers. ' The Charles Feyes and Marlin Wegeners were Sunday guests at Clarence Wegener's, The Walter Krauses were Sunday guests of the Howard Krauses, Lone Rock. Other guests were the Clarence Sturtz>s, Ogden, parents of Mrs. H. Krause. The Ed Priebes were Sunday guests of the Lloyd Berklands. Gary was home for the weekend from LeMars college. Mrs. S. E. Straley attended a Mother-Daughter banquet at the Lake Mills Methodist church with her daughter, Mrs. Donald Void, Wednesday. Mrs. Alma M,unch spent Mother's Day with her family, and has now returned to the Good Samaritan Home in EstherviUe. Sunday guests of the Merle Vpjgts for Tern's confirmation were the Cliff Douglases, Frank Muellers, Gerhard Hantelmans, Burnett Hein.es and Lois §nd Peggy Voigt, Cedar Falls. The Stanley Berklands were Sunday guests of the karry Alts. The Da.vid Berklands and Stanley Berklands were evening callers Sunday at Ernest Berkland's. The Paul Eiglers and Mrs. Retta Eigler met Judy Eigler, Marshalltown, in Mason City Sunday, for a Mother's Day dinner. Rev. Clifford Bliss, St. Ly Lutheran church, Fairville, will be baccalaureate speaker at Cylinder high school May 16, at 8 p.m. .. , and it's bustin' out all over Iowa. Red-hot sales show folks are hot for Ford's new 240-cu, In. Six, No wonder ,,, it's America's biggest new Six—bigger than Chevrolet's or Plymouth's! You get V-8 sizzle , , , but with 6*cylinder economy! 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