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SENECA WIN FROM LONEROCKFRIDAY 'Seneca: The Seneca basketball season opened Tuesday evening with games played with the alumni Jfl which both alumni teams outplayed the high school teams. The first game of the season scheduled was played on the local floor Friday night when both teams met the :Lone Rock teams,' tt*he Seneca girls defeated the Lone Rock team by quite a large score, but the boys' game was rHp and tuck with the Seneca boys winning by a 1718 score. The schedule has been arranged as follows: Nov. 24, St. Johns (boys) at Bancroft; Nov. 28, Armstrong (girls) there; Dec. 1, Grant, here; Dec. 11, Haifa, there; Dec. 17, Ringsted, there; Jan. 1, Grant, here; Jan. 6, Rlngsted, here; Jan. 12 Haifa, here; an. 22, (Lone Rock there. Unless otherwise stated all games are for both boys' and girls teams. < MT. Bellas, teacher in the Seneca school, spent the week end with his parents at Randalla, Iowa. , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Looft and family were last Sunday dtener guests at the Wm. Sanders home near flwea City. Charles Osborn attended an or- dlnatlon service at the Baptist church In Bancroft Tuesday evening. Mrs. Frank Looft attended the afternoon service. Dr. and Mrs. Bahne Bahnson of Burt were Monday evening guests at the Henry Looft home following the flrst aid lesson given at the Seneca school. This was the flrst lesson. Review will be held Sun* day afternoon, followed by the final efcaimtaatlon slated for Monday evening. Mrs. Charles Osborn, who submitted to a major operation at Rochester, (Minn., last Friday is reported to toe recovering satisfactorily. On Tuesday, her mother Mrs. Chris Madison, brother Milton, and Marjorie and Jimmy drove to Rochester to see her< They returned home the' same evening. Ed Johnson suffered a fractured left ankle and a badly bruised foot and leg when his foot became entangled In the ppwer take-off of his tractor and corn picker. 1. Prolongs Tir« LiU. 8. Inert SKI Tire Milt«jt. 3. Rttlsb Puncture* end Blowout*. 4. Stvts Inner Tubes. 5. Gives Added Strength to Old Tires-Super Strength to New Tires. This added safety and added mileage at this low price. 6.00x16 6.23x16 6.30x16 3.30x17 SERTING TIRE-LINER SHOWS BROKEN CASING Damaged from flirt; riding «nd ready for the junk heap. Tire being Mvcd (or additional service with • Victory Tire-Liner. Don't l«t your tires down. Carry a spare VICTORY TIRE-LINER in your car. Scientifically designed and shaped to relinc inside of casing. JOE BLOOM, Algona, Iowa F0TCON FRIENDLY NEIGHBORS PLAN CHRISTMAS MEET Fentott: The Friendly Neighbor club met Thursday afternoon at the home of (Mrs. Herman Leudtke w"<th Mrs. Joe McGovern, the assistant hostess. Eighteen members answered roll call by giving a Garden Hint. Guests were Mrs. W. P. Wetsbrod of near Hurt, and her daughter, Rachael, Mrs. M'.nrrie Starke of Des Moines and Esther Luedtke of Guthrle Center. The first lesson of the home project on Lengthening the Life of Men's Suits and Remodeling the Family Wardrobe was given by Mr« W. E. Laage, leader A. The December meeting will be a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Ben Leudtke. Assisting hostesses are Mrs. Chas. Schultz and Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. K. Wlbben of Titonka visited Tuesday afternoon at the A, P. Wlllrett home. Mr. .and Mrs. Frank Dreyer nm son were supper guests Wednesday evening at the John Tieman home Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod Mr. and Mrs. Don Weisbrod anc John Munch spent Monday in Siou> City. Esther Luedtke, employed at Guthrie Center, visited from Wednesday night to Sunday at the parental Herman Luedtke homo. C. F. C. Laage was brought homo from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge Friday afternoon. He submitted to a major operation while there. Albert Schumacher, 79, suffered a stroke Wednesday morning. Mr. Schumacher was out in the yard working at the time of the stroke. His condition is quite serious. Circle Two' of the W. S. C. 8. met with Mrs. Dale We!«brod Tuesday night. Mr*. S*. C". f*reui led the devotions. The December meet- ng will be with Mrs. Lester Weis- jrod. Mt. and Mrs. Elmer Schneider and son, Elmer/Jr., Moved from here Tuesday. Mr. Schneider ha* been manager of Thompson yards. He plans to go to California to work. The Walther League me'. Thursday night In the church basement. Rev. R. W. Kabcl'tz had charge of the Bible study* Darrel Don Drey- et and Donald Luedtke served refreshments. The 500 club met Tuesday evening at the A H. Harnia home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theseflild played for absent momibers. Mrs. E. K. Johnson won high honors for the ladies and F. F. Mueller high for the men. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase returned Tuesday afternoon from HJnckley, Minn., where they had gone on Sunday. On Monday afternoon Harry bagged a 200 pound four year old buck and brought. It hack to Fenton Tuesday. Mrs. John Tleman was pleasantly surprised on Wednesday night, honoring her birthday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Art TieU and Bobby of 'Lakota, the Frank Drcy- ers the Henry Tiemans artd Mr and IMrs. W. R. Wolfe. Lunch brought by the guests, was served The U-DeaMM bridge club met Monday evening with Mrs. George Jentz. Four tables were in play Mrs. Arlo Ranney and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod won high honors. The guests were Mesdames Harold Newel of Lebannon, Mo., Walter Jnntz of Fairmont, Charles Newel,, E. J. Frank, Weber Yager and Arlo Ranney. Circle One of the W. S. C. S. met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank IMcFall. Mrs. Frank Eigler, assisted by Mrs. O. H. Stoeber, led the devotions. Mrs. Ed Wesbrod gave the lesson from "The Seed and the Soil." A short business meeting followed and a lunch was served. Mrs. Fred Morten-son was a guest. REV. WfflTFORD, RUTHVEN, M. E. SUPPLY PASTOR AT SWEA CITY Swea City: The Rev. and Mrs. Whitford of Ruthven moved into the M. E. parsonage Saturday. Mr. Whitford is the supply pastor here and will probably be here urttil February. The ladies of the church collected articles of furniture, rugs and curtains from the various homes, thus furnishing the parsonage temporarily. This wMl save Mr. and Mrs. Whitford the work of movng their goods here for such a limited time, or the 70-mile drive from Ruthven each week. New floors were laid in the Ivan Elliott home last week. 'Harry Gushing Is home on furlough from Camp Barkley, Abilene, Texas. . Mrs. Russell Waterbury and her daughter of Austin, M. : 'nn., visited last week with her parents, the .The Rev. and Mrs. S. A. Anderson spent several days last week visiting in Minneapolis and Wisconsin. Mr. anc! Mrs. Wm. Guyer and daughter, Nancy, returned Tuesday from a few days' visit with relatives in St. Paul. A son was born Nov. ID to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rowlet. 'Ih : J makes five children for the P.owlets, three boys and two girls. Mrs. Chus. S^liemmel entertained with Mrs. (Mel Korsrud at an 8 o'clock Legion Auxiliary breakfast Friday morning. Mrs. Sadie Anderson accompanied the John Jongbergs to Minneap oils last week to visit her granddaughter, Mrs. Walter Wickstrom Mrs. Wickstrom was formerly Avis Byers, daughter of Mr .and (Mrs Loren Byers. Chrismas tuberculosis seals wert mailed out Monday. Local chair men are as follows: Harrison, Mrs John E. Anderson; Eagle, Mrs. Stu art Butterfleld; Swea, Mrs. Harolc Jones; Grant, Mrs, Reuben Lutter and Swea City, Mrs. J. .A. Sanft ner. Wm. Sanders was honoree at fi dinner party held at his home on Sunday, the occasion bei'irg his 50th birthday. Guests included a brother, Dan Sanders of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders and son, Glen, Mrs Orin-King and daughter of Bode, the Frank Loofts, Elmer Kol- laschs and Axel Paulsen families. Dan Sanders, a government agent, had recently visited Corp. Robert Sanders, who is stationed in the Pacific. 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Prof. Graff of the Extension Department, Ames, gave a very interesting talk on the founding and starting of the 'organization as a wh,ole. A small Tonnette band played several numbers, after which a short business session was held. Guests of the Farm Bureau at this meeting included Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson and Frances, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson, 'Mr. and Mrs. Lester Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn, Mrs. Jens Petersen and Mrs. Anna Osborn. Members present Included Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Voight Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen, Mr and Mrs. Roy Osborn and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft. The December meeting will be held at the Millen Jensen home with Mr. and (Mrs. Henry Looft as assistant host and hostess. This will be the annual meeting with election of officers so a good attend ance is requested. LEDYARD, LAKOTA M.E. CHURCHES CALL NEW PASTOR Ledyard: On Friday evening the members of the local Methodist church and the Lakota Method's! church held a joint meeting at the Ledyard church and decided to call llev. (Mueller from Cherokee to fill the vacancy here and at Lakota during the remainder of the conference year. Rev. Mueller conducted services here last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson were Algona callers Saturday. Mr. and iMrs. L. A. Nitz and Mrs. Paul Nitz were Fairmont visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Anderson and Mrs. Wm. Flynn were Mason City visitors Tuesday. (Mr. and Mrs. D. B. iMayer entertained the local teachers at a pheasant dinner Tuesday cverrlng. Mrs. Raymond Hoppus, Mrs. Jess O'Keefe and 'Miss Doris Welfare were Fairmont visitors Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Hariet Matzener left Sunday for a final check-up at the hospital at Iowa City. She returned home Wednesday. Quite a number of Ledyard folks .ttended the Methodist ladies' bazaar of Grant township Methodist church held at Grant Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dyer moved Monday into the rooms above the H. M. Dyer grocery. The rooms were recently vacated by the Henry Trye family. Randolph Canary, agent for the Northwestern rallroa,d returned lome Monday from Rochester, Minn., where he spent several days going through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mayne and Wallace spent last week end at Aiden, Iowa, visiting Mrs. Maynes parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nuenfeldt and other relatives. Mrs. Ed Halverson, Mrs. Ben Mayer, Mrs. D. A. Carpenter and Mrs. H. D. Mayne visted Mrs. Wilson Brack and little son at the Buffalo Center hospital Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn artd Mr. and Mrs. Francis Walsch drove to Minneapolis last week end to visit with the Flynns' son, Lawrence who is attending the University of Minnesota. Mrs. L. W. W:*mer, Mrs. Ben Mayer, Mrs. Ed Halverson, Mrs. Aug. Sprank and Mrs. H. D. Mayne drove to Armstrong (Monday afternoon to the Rev. Grote home and helped Mrs. Grote celebrate her birthday. Fred and Walter Dorsey and Mrs. Darrell Medough of Berlin, Wis., v'sited from Wednesday until Friday at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dorsey near Woden and with their sisters, Mrs. Wm. Knoner and Mrs. Lorenz Nitz of Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brand visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Arvid Brand and son, Gary in South ' St. Paul. On Monday Mrs. Brand vis'ted her mother, Mrs. Josephine Wiese in St. Paul while Mr. Brand ransacted his livestock business at IB South St. Paul stockyards.. Rural letter carriers and the adies' auxiliary of Kossuth county irere entertained Thursday evening y the Garry and Deltering fam- ies at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. reorge Thompson attended. After IE business meetings arrd the si!al part of the evening a delicious unch was served by the hostesses, tfrs. Thompson won the auxiliary rize, two lovely tin plaques. Miss Betty 'Mi- Oestreich of So. t, Paul, T'I:;;!, ;., r.T parried Mr. nd Mrs. Albert Bra:.a to Ledyard Monday evc-iiii-; for a three days' isit with them and with her friend, >vt. Elwoor 1 C:oen. Miss Oestreich eturned to her home by train- from Mason City. Pvt. Elwood Green md Mr. and Mrs. Albert Collins ook her to Mason City Wednesday iftern^ovi. They also visited with Ars - inna Wiese while in Mason Sty. , " Dr. Mueller Fetiton,, Addresses Seneca Nov. Pi T. A. Meet Seneca: Tt.e Seneca Parent- Teachers held its first November meeting Thursday evening -at the Seneca school. The program con» sited of a talk by Dr. J. A. Mueller of Fenton on "The Importance of Good Health In Time of Wanf This was followed toy several numbers by the girls' and 'boys' glee clubs under the direction of Miss Madden. The' Tonnette band played several group numbers, also duets with Mr. Nlemeyer as director after which several numbers were played by the school band. A short foulness meeting following during which It was reported that books from the traveling library would be available at the next meeting. It waa voted to continue meeting as long as possible. Plans were discussed for the school hot lunch program. The following committees were appointed for the December meeting!: refreshment—Mr. and Mrs. Martin WMberg, chairmen, Supt. and Mrs. Kingery, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Oftedahl and Miss Olson; topic- Mr, and Mrs, Jens Petersen and Mf. Bellas; program—Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dotson. Your S A L Co. Store Professional Advertisements ATTORNEYS At LAW HARRINGTON & 10WB R. J. Harrington* 3. t>. Lay* Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA W.B.QUARTON tt W. AOLtJRM ATTOftNtBflra AT LAW Office In Sawyer Building Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA F "- 1 - IH AMR WAIU TO TH«« HKWtTWW TODAY p|jUw«eho!4 DWlfe WT«*»* D Poultry Trtw HU*« Portland Twp. Mr. and Mrs. George White apen from Wednesday until Sunday with the W. B. 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