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Hie Algona Uppcg Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 14^ 1943 SCHOOL BAND AT LONE ROCK SELLS $587.70 IN BONDS Lone Rock: When the local high School band put on a concert at the school house last week Tuesday night and placed the admission charges as stamps or war bonds, the band sold a total of $587.70 worth of stamps and bonds. And then the group proceeded to play an excellent concert for the well filled auditorium. Lone Rock may well be proud of its school's, musical talent. The band director is Miss lone Lease. Mrs. C. S. Whitehouse attended a Presbyterian Synodical meeting at Boone Tuesday and Wednes- and. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Jensen of West Liberty were guests at the E. M. Jensen home, Thursday to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Doyal Sanders and family visited the Mrs. McFarland home at Bancroft Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ruth Athey left for Cherokee Monday after spending the summer at the Rev. C. S. Whitehouse home. Mr. and Mrs. 'H6ward Blanchard and daughter Sally of Des Moines spent the week end at the M. E. Blanchard home. Mrs. T. E. Lewis returned to her home at Oskaloosa Monday after visiting at the W. G. Flaig home the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Orvick of Ledyard and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiner of Burt were visitors at- the Henry Schroeder home Sunday evening. Mrs. Walter Loesch, son Allen of Chicago, Misses Verdell and Yvonne Borchardt of Fentpn were dinner guests' at the Emil Kraft home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich were guests at the John Hauck home at Livermore Sunday in honor of the 45th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Houck, also of Livermore. The Ladies Aid society met at the home of Mrs. J. M. Blanchard Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Lem Marlow assisting hostess. Mrs. Harry Hobson had charge of the missionary lesson. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Chas. Morris. The American Legion Auxiliary held their October meeting at the home of Mrs. Fred Flaig Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Clarence Enderson of Armstrong, Mrs. Frank Flaig and Mrs. Ed Ohm were guests. The November meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Fred Genrich Nov. 3. Roses in September Mrs. Andrew Walstrom ot Spencer reports that for the first time, Monarch roses on her place are blooming in September. Previously, the latest they had bloomed was in August. LONG 01 SHORT OUR FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS ARE MADE FOR A LONG TERM BUT YOU CAN PAY THEM OFF SOON; where the income from your farming operations makes it possible to do so. That's the beauty of 'em. EVERY POSSIBLE ADVANTAGE IS AFFORDED TO THE' BORROWER. He can pay off his debt quickly, if his income will permit; or, he can have the loan carried for him "a lifetime." \ Suppose Death takes him away, before the loan is .paid off. The loan can go right on, without a penalty of additional expense simply by other members of the family assuming responsibility for the payments. What a grand privilege, as compared with the possibility of having the affairs of an estate thrown into confusion just at the time when sorrowing ones can least attend to matters of business! ''Ask about the many other advantages of Federal Land Bank Loans. Stop in any time at your convenience at the new office, No. 110 So. Dodge St., Algona, Iowa, for full, free information. " ALGONA NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION 110 So. Dodge St., Algona, Iowa H. D. Hutchins, Secretary-Treasurer E. H. Hutchins, Ass't Secretary-Treasurer Tel. 205-W REPAIR MATERIALS.. FOR FARM BUILDINGS We have a good supply of lumber on hand at & this time for Farm Repairs. Dimension, Shiplap, Boards, Car Siding, Drop Siding and Asphalt Shingles, Also Creosoted and White. Cedar Posts. Call and See Us. F. S. Norton & Son Ledyard Vicinity News Items Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wenzel of Swea City were dinner guests at the August Sprank home Sunday. Esther Anderson of Elmore and Jean Gabel attended Homecoming Sunday at Waldorf Forest City. college in Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingel were Visitors Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Munson at East Chain. Mrs. Henry Felder of Whittemore, Mrs. Jerry Sullivan's mother, is visiting several days at the Jerry Sullivan home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Oswald and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Snyder of Elmore spent Sunday evening visiting at the H. F. Zeilske home Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Nitz and Barbara spent Sunday visiting at Ihe Ervin Halverson home a'; Rake. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Warner visited Sunday at Wesley with Mrs. Warner's sister at the Clarence Ackerson home. Alvira Halverson who teaches at Charter Oak spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Halverson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitz and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nitz and son visited Sunday evening with Mrs. Ralph Clark at Lakota. Mrs. Wm. Stubbe drove to Algona Sunday evening to meet Helen Holmquist, her roommate at Grant, who spent the week end at Des Moines. Pvt. Donald Looft of Laramie, Wyoming, and Cleo Looft of Des Moines and Beulah Looft of In dependence recently visited at the parental Edward Looft home. Mrs. Gertrude Nelson and daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Stalks of Bismark, N. C., visited last week at the H. M. Dyer home. Mrs. Nelson is a sister of Mrs. Dyer. Rev. and Mrs. Edw. Nuss drove to Fort Dodge Monday to call on John Watterman who is in the hospital with an infection in his arm. Mrs. Watterman accompanied them. St. Benedict News Albert Simons and fiancee were Sunday visitors at his sister's house, the Leo Ludwigs. Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding of Algona were visitors at the John Preushel home Sunday. John Ludwig and son Richard went to Chicago, over, Sunday accompanying cattle they shipped. Directors of Farmers Elevator meet at the office Tuesday for their annual fall business meeting. Mrs. Albert daughter Joyce Iowa, and Owens of Manthei and of Woodward, mother, Mrs. Edla Swea City visited Thursday afternoon at the Aliet Troft home), Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Halverson . . . . attended a farewell party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Hanson find family at Rake who are leaving for Washington to make their future home. Mrs. Margaret Looft and Mrs. Pete Looft and daughter Amanda of Swea City and Mrs. Fred Rasmussen of Renwick were Tuesday afternoon visitors at the N. A. Pingel home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Zeil- ske 'and Patricia were Sunday dinner guests at the Tim Doocy home. The dinner was in honor of Margery Doocy's birthday. Rev. Clifford Limming, once Ledyard pastor, now of Radcliff, who suffered a heart attack at the M. E. conference at Fort Dodge, is slightly improved and was taken home in an ambulance. Lt. Cecil Spatcher is spending a 15 day furlough with his wife and son at the home. He plans Warren to visit Lloyd a few days with his parents at Fayette before returning to Miami Beach, Florida. The M. E. Aid met at the church basement last Thursday afternoon. The next meeting will be in two weeks at the church basement, and will be a business meeting prior to the bazaar to be held Nov. 17. The Arthur Zeilske family of Lakota, Elmer Zeilske and daughter of Guckeen, Alfred Zeilske and sons -of Grant and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zeilske and Walter surprised Herbert Zeilske on his birthday Wednesday evening. Mrs. Frank Darvener,' Mrs. Don Greenfield of Lakota, Mrs. Lester Engelke and Mrs. Howard Jensen spent Friday afternoon at the Lou Nitz home to make posters for the chicken supper which is to be held Oct. 16 at the Lutheran church at Lakota. Mrs. Edw. Kroner and sons visited Friday afternoon with her parents, the Bargers, at Lakota, also with her brother, Pvt. Kenneth Barger who is home on a furlough, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prigge of Durham, N. C., visiting her parents. On last Friday evening the W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church was host to the congregation and friends at a miscellaneous shower honoring Rev. and Mrs. Ed\v. Cass. The evening was spent with games and a short program. They received many lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. John Brandt and daughter Jean drove to Hubbard last Sunday where they visited 6 - , .. Mr. Brandt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zittricn and three Mrg Max Nitz and Maxine ac- sons of Algona spent Sunday with compan i ec j them to Radcliff where Via*- rnnthot* nnH fnmilV. MrS. MaiTY A, ..:™:*.«J „* *U rt Vinwia nf TVTre SENECA NEWS Q&ixx^^ Seneca Lutheran Church David J. Quill, Pastor The regular morning worship service will be held Sunday at 11:30 a. m., the pastor preaching the concluding Sermon in a series, "The Man Who Said He Would—And Did." The Confirma" tion class will meet on Sunday evening at 7:00 p. m., followed by the Luther League at 8:00 p. m. The Modern Mixers club met at the Mrs. Robert Burt home last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jens Peterson was the entertainment chairman. Sunday dinner guests at the Millen Jensen home included Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Christensen and sons and Albert Anderson of WesleV, and the George Jensens, Ringsted. Mrs. Jens Peterson attended a post-nuptial shower at St. John's gymnasium, Ringsted, Saturday afternoon honoring Mrs. John Arley, nee Enid Nelson, whose marriage took place Oct. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmidt have had word from their son, Eugene, who is a student at Loras college at Dubuqu'e, that he has been taking physical tests for army induction. He is in the reserves and probably will finish the school, year before he has to report for | duty. ' Sunday dinner guests at the A. E. Nelson home included Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson, Jennie Nel-! son, Wm. Nelson, Ringsted, also j Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neuman and i children of Bancroft. The dinner | was in honor of William and Jen- I nie Nelson, who will leave Tuesday for Brush, Colo., where they expect to make their future home. We use this means to express our thanks to the almost two hun- dred persons who turned out for our Ladies Aid chicken' dinner and bazaar Monday evening, Oct. 4, and also to the ladies for their untiring and unselfish service that made the occasion s,uch a huge success. The month of October marks the Centennial of our Norwegian Lutheran church" in America. Special celebration services will be held at our church on Sun- ' day, Oct. 24, at 10:00 a. m., the pastor speaking on the 6Ubj66tf "Faith Marches On." AiteftiaJft ^ and evening serviced for the' fit* .fif tire Estherville circuit will be; -helafe ' in the Estherville Lutheran/ church. , her mother and family, Mrs. Mary Pentous. __ ___ ^ ..... ____ ntous. Nitz's sister, Mrs. Ira Neubauer John Grandjennet, Jr. and wife Mr and Mrg g. Wilcox n and baby of Algona were Sunday visitors at the parental J. Grand- jennet home. Mrs. Francis Miller came back from her home at Des Moines after spending two weeks there. She will stay with her mother, Mrs. Josephine Rosemeyer, for the winter. Mrs. Frank Klegle of New Sharon, Iowa, was • a visitor a week ago Sunday with her husband's mother, Mrs. Frances Klegle who makes her home with her sister, Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dailey were at Rochester last week where Mr. Dailey has taken treatments for his throat. Vernon Dailey and Nick Roskoph went there to bring Mrs. Dailey home. Maurice will stay for ten days or more. BANCROFT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne of Algona are spending this week here with Mrs. John Reclcer and family. Cadet Midshipman Edward Kramer is here for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kramer and family. Mrs. Alfred Menke and son Harold left Monday for Iowa City where Harold will undergo an operation on his eye. Mrs. Arnold Delperdang lett Wednesday for Long Island, H. Y. to visit her husband who -is in a hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lattimer and daughter Joan of Mason City spent Sunday here with his brother, V. J. Lattimer, and family. Ensign Vincent Wesselman and wife of Pensacola, Florida, are here for a visit with his parent.?, Mr. and Mrs. John Wesselman. Collette Welp, accompanied by her sister Bertha, left Saturday for Rochester, Minn., where Collette entered St. Mary's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cink and family of Algona spent Sunday evening here with relatives and attended the closing of the mission in St. John's church. Bans were published Sunday in St. John's church for the marriage of La Verne Wolf and Robert Foth. The wedding will take place Oct. 20 at Provo, Utah. Mr, and Mrs. P. H. McNertney received word the past week that their son Harold, a senior student at Iowa City, college of law, has passed his state bar examinations. Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Murray and son Jimmy, Mrs. J. A- Devine, Mrs. A- H. Foth, Jane Bradley, Mr, and Mrs. M. C. Dudding and Marjorie, Carol Elsbecker, V. J. Lattimer and Polores, Frank Froehle; Joe Schneider, Helen Lattimer and Marjorie Walsh at^ tended the game between St. John's «nd Pilot Mound at Manson Monday afternoon. St. John's won 8 to 7 ia an eleven inning game. They will play Atkins Saturday for the state champion, ship.' they visited at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Si Wilcox and children of Fort Dodge visited the past week at the parental Richard Zeilske home, they having rented a farm in the Grant vicinity, were here doing their plowing preparatory to moving there as soon as the corn is out. Mrs. L. C. Strand, Mrs. Tice Black, Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. Fred Ploeger and Mrs. H. M. Dyer, workers for the war chest drive, attended a pep meeting at Swea City on Monday evening. Mrs. Asa Warner, Mrs. E. T. Halverson and Mrs. Max Nitz are other helpers on the town drive but who could not attend the pep meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson were last Wednesday evening guests at the Jerry Sullivan home. Frank Miller, who fought in three major battles in the Solomons and was wounded in the foot by shrapnel, was home on a thirty day furlough. His foot was better and he was able to use it. A pleasant evening was spent listening to news of across waters. A lovely luncheon was served by the hostess at a late hour. Mrs. Frank Miller is a niece of Mrs. John Miller. WHATABOUTANEW FURNACE? You can still buy a new Green Colonial — if your present furnace is beyond use or repair. And it's the same type, the same highest quality built before the war. The priority part of it is simple. Ask us about it. Laing & Muckey Ptione 404 N. 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