The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 15, 1959 · Page 27
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 15, 1959
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. . AROUND ALGONA Mrs Arnold Elbert and daughter, Mrs Russel Fisher went to Carroll Wednesday to visit another daughter, Mrs Don Bierstedt. Mrs Fisher will leave by plane from Omaha today, (Thursday) to join her husband at San Diego, Calif. She will be accompanied by her little nephew Billy Jo Elbert who has been Visiting his grandparents, the Arnold Elberts here and the Alfred Bells at Whittemore. The boy's parents, Mr. and Mrs Bill Elbert, spent the holidays here and returned to their home in Huntington Park, Calif, on Jan. 4. —o— Mrs Russel Fisher was honoree at -a post-nuptial shower Monday evening at the Moose hall. Hostesses were the bride's aunts, Mesdames William Besch, Ervin Elbert, Joe Elbert, Dwight Wagner, Leo Miller, Leroy Schiltz, Mike Elbert, William Geelan, Archie Elbert, and Clem Elbert. and the honoree's sister, Mrs Don Bierstedt, Carroll. Mrs Fisher is leaving today by plane from Omaha to join her husband who is in the navy, stationed at San Diego. Mrs Fisher is the former Phyllis Elbert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arnold Elbert. Carl Morck, Sr. is recovering nicely from surgery at Miller hospital at St. Paul. He has been a patient there for three weeks. Mrs Morck is visiting her daughter, Mrs Dorrance Greer in nearby Edina, It is expected that Mr Morck will be released from the hospital soon. He may stay with the Greer's for a time before returning to Algona. —o— Mr and Mrs Truman Simpson were visited over the weekend by the letter's son-in-law, Bill Twombley. He has been working at Mason City. Mrs Twomb- Vey is the former Betty McMahon and they live at Shenandoah. —o— A bridal shower was given for Mrs Robert Pingle Wednesday evening at the Presbyterian church. Hostesses were Mrs Wesley Hardy, Mrs Malcom Alexander, Mrs A. D. Crawford, Mrs Leon Martin, Mrs Lowell Lenz and Mrs O. B. Harmes. Mrs Pingle is the former Judy Joy Reinders, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reinders. The marriage took place Dec. 29. at the First Presbyterian church here. —o— Mr and Mrs Hussel Reniz were at Waterloo last Wednesday to attend funeral services for an aunt of Mr Rentz', Mrs James Murray, Sr., 61, who died after a short illness. The Murray family are former residents here, having moved to Waterloo about 15 years ago. Survivors include the husband, three daughters and four sons, all of the Waterloo area excepting for the son, Gor don, stationed in Korea. Bel Canto music club met Wed nesday afternoon in the club rooms of the Druggist Mutual building. The program on the opera, "Tosca" was in charge of Mrs Nat Bangs, Jr., Mrs John Hayes and Mrs M. G. Bourne. —o— Dr. and Mrs Harold Erickson and Mr and Mrs Wesley Bartlett went to Lake City Wednesday evening to attend the installation of the Lt. Governor of the Kiwanis district. ,'—o— Ladies of the Methodist church will be hostesses to the church choir at the annual banquet this evening, (Thursday) —o— Mrs Richard Norton was hostess to her sewing club on Monday evening. LOCALS Mrs Bertha Ward, Humboldl, visited friends here Monday. Mrs Martha Rammer, mother of Mrs Albert Slobe, who has been visiting here has returned to Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Albert Granzow are at Rochester, this week and Mrs Granzow is going through the Mayo clinic. Mr and Mrs Cordell Schilmoel- ler of Ames visited at the parental Ray Schilmoellers 'last week Saturday and Sunday. Mr and Mrs Mallard Snyder have been visited by the former's nephew and wife Mr and Mrs Don Frits, of Washington. Mr and Mrs W. L. Snodgress were visited recently by the former's father Howard Snodgress of New Smyrna Beach, Fla. t. Mrs Helen Passmore and son David and Mr and Mrs John Wilson are going to Des Moines Saturday to see "The Music Man. Mrs Henry Seller had as dinner guests Sunday her son-in-law aisd daughter Mr and Mrs Martin Bleich and family, of Garner. Mr and Mrs John Helmers had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Ed Helmers, Terry and Christy and Mr and Mrs Ray Helmers, Rudd. Mrs Delia McCullough has gone to Medford, Ore., to visit her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Lynn Mills. Mrs Fills has had recent major surgery. • Mr and Mrs Charles Schaeffer had M rand Mrs Duane McGregor and baby of Bancroft as guests Sunday, Mrs McGregor is a daughter of Mrs Schaeffer. Mr and Mrs Jack Anderson and three children expect to move to Algona from Waseca, Minn, in the near future. Mr Anderson op- crates a pest control business. Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips spent from Thursday till Sunday at Des Moines with their son-in- law and daughter Mi' and Mrs Glenn Frederickson and family. Herman Slienblock, of Bancroft, former resident here, is hospitalized at St. Ann. He suffered a light heart attack Saturday and wus brought here at OI1 Mr and Mrs A. J. Rick'lefs flew from Dos Moines, Wednesday, to Las Vegas, Nov., and returned Tuesday. During their absence Mrs C;irl Hutchinson was at the home. Mr and Mrs Joe Bradley, Mr and Mrs William Dodds, Dr. and Mrs J. B: Winkel and Mr and Mrs L. A. Winkelt attended a Fourth Degree K.C. dinner dance at Pocahontas Sunday. Mrs Leslie Ross spent the weekend at Des Moines with her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Merle Ross and her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Stanley Larson and families. Mrs Regina Baas plans to leave soon for Des Moines to spend a few weeks with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs James Hannifan and family. Mrs Hannifan is the former Helen Baas. Mr and Mrs James Schneider were visited Sunday by the latter's father Martin Zatloukal and her brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Ward John, of Storm Lake. Father McCoy was also a caller. Mrs W. C. McDougall is spending a few days at Mason City with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Jay Tubbesing. She will also have a checkup at Mercy hospital where she -had recent surgery. Mrs H. F. Morgan and her son in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton, of Lone Rock, are leaving Thursday (today) for Florida where.they will spend a mon- 'h. They will probably locate at Fort Meyer. , Mr and Mrs Chester Schoby were visited over the weekend by .he latter's brother-in-law J. D. Cash, of Philadelphia, Pa. Mr and Mrs Cash are moving here when the house on the former Nelson farm is ready for occupancy. Mrs Esther Benson was honored at a birthday dinner Monday evening by her sisters, Mrs Ray NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa ss. In District Court Kossuth County No. 7515 January Term, 1959 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Julius P. Capesius, Deceased, dated May 7. 1958. and codicil attached thereto dated October 22, 1958, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 2(ith day of January, 1959, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or tlie Clerk of snid Court; and at ten o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, January 14, 1959. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. Winkel & Winkel, Attorneys Algona, Iowa (2) REPORT OF CONDITION OF IOWA STATE BANK of Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, at the close of business December 31, 1958, a State banking Institution organized and operating under the banking laws of this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published In accordance with a call made by ihe Slate Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS 1. Cash, halam-cs with other hanks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection ... _ 1.370,136.93 2 United States Oownimcnt obligations, direct and guaranteed --1.688,218.75 3 Obligations of State and political subdivisions 637,922.00 5' Corporate slocks (including $7,500.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) --- 7,500.00 6 Loans and discounts (ineludinB SMIS.81 overdrafts) 2.290,995.83 7 Bank premises owned $!)0,150.30. furniture and ' fixtures $25.!IB3.87 116,134.17 12. TOTAL ASSETS 6,110,907.68 LIABILITIES 13 Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations -.4,989.172.34 14 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .. 7,105.47 15 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) .. 82,859.84 Hi. Deposits of Slates and political subdivisions 443.142.46 17. Deposits of banks _ . 66,619.12 18 Other deposits (certilk'd and officers' checks, etc.) .-. 27,285.52 19 TOTAL DEPOSITS $5.616,184.75 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES 5.616,184.75 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25 Capital* ,- 150,000.00 2(J Surplus ...... - — 100,000.00 27 Undivided profits - 244,722.93 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 494,722,93 30 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 6,110,907.68 •This hank's capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of $150,000.00 MEMORANDA 31 Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes ... .-- 250,000.00 I A F Agena, Vice President ot the above-named bank, hereby certify tint the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. A. F. Agena, Vice-President Correct—Attest: F. L. McMnhon, H. L. Gilmore, J. C. Mawdsley H. J. Cowan. Hugh Raney. Directors State of Iowa County of Kossuth ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 12th day of January, 1959. Doris R. Garms Notary Public (Published in the Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines January 15. 1959) Cook, Mrs James Allen and Mrs Nellie Van Allen and her nieces Mrs Dick Allen. Mrs William Allen and Mrs William Bestenleh- ner. Mr and Mrs Albert Slobe were visited over New Years by Mr and Mrs Don Cowles and family of St. Paul. Mr and Mrs Cowles will be well remembered and Don was at one time associated with the soil conservation program here. Mr and Mrs Matt Ziitriisch have been here from Ankeny vis- iting the former's mother Mrs Mary Zittritscli and other relatives. They were accompanied home by Mail's sister Mrs Elizabeth Post who will spend several days with them. Funeral services were held Monday at Rock Valley for D. J. Scanlan who would have been 95 in March. He is survived by sons, Dr. F. C. Scanlan of Algona, Dr. C. J. Scanlan, of Lake City, Emmett Scanlan of Rock Valley and H. D. Scanlan. of Spirit Lake. Dr. and Mrs F. C. Scanlan have returned from Kingsville, Tex., where they spent the holidays with their son-in-law and daughter Lt. and Mrs Phillip Evenst. They were also at Corpus Christie and were guests of Mr and Mrs Campbell Humphrey, former well known residents here. Ed Oslrum, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Ostrum, was recently dismissed from a hospital in Mankato, where he has spent ten clays receiving medication for virus pneumonia. His son Jim was here Sunday to visit his mother and grnndpnrents Mrs Elliot Skilling and Mr and Mrs Ostrum. Baptismal riles were held Sunday January 4 in the Trinity Lutheran church for Jimmie John, son of Mr and Mrs James Wy- chor, the Rev. Gericke officiating. A family dinner was given afterward at which the grandparents Mr and Mrs John Wycnor, of Minneapolis, and Mr and Mrs En"och Lindholmn, of Webster, Minn., and Mrs Jennie Swedean, Kathleen, Richard and Paul of Minneapolis were present. Thursday, Jan. IS, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper Des Mo!nes-3 Judge and Mrs G. W. Slillman became grandparents for the third time when a daughter was born to Dr. and Mrs John Morrill Jan. 10. The baby has been named Martha Elizabeth and weighed eight pounds. Her mother is the former Anne Stillman. The Morrills, who returned from the Netherlands in September, have another daughter, Sandra Anne, 3. Dr. Morrill is now a member of the faculty of the science depart- ment of Wesleyan University at Middletown, Conn. RETIRES Mrs Mabel Hicks retired recently after serving 28 years as bookkeeper at the Farmers Exchange in Waverly. She ha? worked for the same firm for 28 years and prior to that worked many years at the same locations when the firm was under other management. WMtlf mammmm^^^^^mmmm Ham Roast LEAN READY TO EAT BUTT SHANKLESS PORTION HMHII^^^HHMI^^^^^I Ib. 39' SMALL TENDER PORK LIVER 100% PURE GROUND BEEF FOR SEASONING MEATY PORK NECK RIBS We are sorry we ran out of our fish specials last week, bof to make up for our misfortune we offer you again this week a big supply of all kinds at the same low prices! TANGO THURINGER SUMMER SAUSAGE Ib. S9c SLICED FOR LUNCHES CHOPPED HAM Ib. 59c WHEN YOU SHOP FAREWAY YOU GET THE BENEFIT OF REAL ONE STOP SHOPPING. OUR SPECIALS, THE OTHER PRICES WE MEET or BEAT, PLUS OUR EVERYDAY LOW, LOW PRICES ON BRANDS YOU KNOW. H & G DRESSED Whiting Ib. tic 10 POUNDS TASTE-O-SEA 5 POUNDS Haddock Lb. 39c FLAVOR-KIST DELICIOUS TO FRY OR BAKE Halibqt Lb..... TASTE-O-SEA 5 POUNDS Perch Lb.29c $1.39 TASTE-O-SEA Cod Lb. 33c 5 POUNDS TASTE-O-SEA 5 POUNDS CatfishLbJc.... ..$2.25 FIG BARS cello" HEINZ - '57' KETCHUP 14 Oz. Bottle CAL-IDA BRAND French Fried Potatoes Reg. Pkg. IOC CHARMIN WHITE Dinner Napkins Reg. Pkg. CLAIR-PAK Black Raspberries Reg. Can VAN CAMP'S Pork and Beans 16 Oz. Cans 49C FRANCO-AMERICAN Spaghetti. 16 Oz. Cans 25c RATH'S BLACK HAWK Luncheon Neat 12 Oz. Can LIBBY'S RED Kidney Beans No. 303 Cans LADY FAIR Cleansing Tissue Reg. Box SWANSDOWN CHOCOLATE, WHITE Cake Mix Reg. Pkg. WHOLE KERNEL CORN NIBLETS 12 Oz. Cans HULLESS - WHITE POPCORN 2 LBS - 25c SCHILLING'S Black Pepper 1 '/2 OZ. Cans 25* BOWL CLEANER VANISH Large Can 39C JOHNSON'S GLO-COAT Quart Can KRAFT'S Miracle Whip Quart Jar 49* NESTLE'S QUIK WAX PAPER WAXTEX Reg. Roll FLEECY WHITE BLEACH MA BROWN GRAPE Preserves 12Oz. Jar NORTH DAKOTA RED POTATOES 50 Lb. Bag 1.09 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES FLORIDA SEELESS GRAPEFRUIT SIZE 96 10:39c

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