The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1959 · Page 4
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•«.-'* A" «. ~ r -*,X, ,»-!>.--> - gena flfijWpp** be* Molnft* iSegree Of Honor *"' The Degree of H6n6r Carnation Club met at the honie of Vi Douglas, Monday fevfirtiiig, Mat. i6. She was assisted br Be LynK and Mary Olson. -' Mabel nargreavcs showed picture slides she had taken when 3he attended the Rfese Bowl; * -» "• Next meeting will be .the business meeting at the Moose Hali. April 6 at 7:45 p.m. Mrs Snere Mosiess . Tl Mrs John .Snere entertained her bridge dub members Monday evening. High and second high *core prizes .Were won b$r Mrs William Watkins and Mrs Rylarw Phillips, respectively." Mrs Phillips and Mrs John 'Claude were guests. '- - '- - * 2augg and Tom Menfy and Mike Mikfe Frtmkl and" Dlnny a x 9€lcfetion by gtfls chorus. tef Mar*? fticaitM) WB& tfie ac* coffifttnlsi. A -'business meeting followed. The J "cotnntmee fttembferd in fge wfcfc Ifma Bartoti: Vir* atting Nell Llnuiwv Artefte i«tf>n\ l Mft«e Ffahki, AgneS Mil* '>Mar1fe Payrie; Rose Scanfcn told Offiftene Thilges; . - -r, dver rOOd Mftmu were served Buscher Algona will ,„, Bay at their sto?e"bn 31. from 9 a.m. to ft be served. New eo>iiptnetit W4U be oh dte- rJa^, and thete will ing for door prizes, be given to ; alt who attend, invited. Complete <.STnorgasBora'mar» *»*= *>uui«. «.«.,-««.«. «*»...»«.«. ; by the' 'CalBelfc attnoUftc'ement « details will be . . ' «...„ -TrZji «»4<«4 nlnort.Ufcro •!« frtrinw'OfcMhftOfV liaagnters of Algona. WinneM of Che door prizes were Mrs Walter Lichter thek,<«mt,f$fi-s tSRarlee G. BormaM -of •• W»ttt«h»ti.thS 1 fldwer h6ld$y dtnk,''the radid, Mn VtfgfHRfcs- thlfer^ a- basket of^octttes.^ f * £i Hampi^n Woddlftg " Hu^h Carroltt and her son -'Johnson ? Attended «' wedding 6f;Gl6fla May Burt, announce the engagement ana approabhing marriage *-6i their daughtef,'.^Mary Helen to Perry St. John, son of Mr and' Mrs Judd^Si John of Algona>, »The wuttumg will'take place'Ap>IU2& In St. Cecelia!s Catholic church in Algpna.% .'(Glenn Studio Foto- XJDM engraving) , See Minstrel Show . The March .meeting of Court St Cecelia' was held Mar.. 12 at the V.F.W. -Hall.' >A pot luck sup- pet was followed by a program by the Freshman Class, of St. Cecelia's Academy, who entertained with a minstrel'" show. Very fine specialty numbers-were presented. , These included a vOcal solo by Vernell Ludwig, duets by Danny Glaser and Jim •Richardson, daughter of Mr and Mr& David Richardson of Hamp- E«n,> 'te 'ftaiM^Klimrtflrtgff^at Iowa Falls. The bridegroom left 16 enter baste: ' trfeininjg. • Announcing... Change of Ownership ,.,»,. , >*£? , -- -. —- • - , • - - i- ™, ~ -rf OF THE T Hello... Newcomers Moot Newcomers met March 17 at 7:45 at the Legion Hall with 21 members present. Hostesses were Mrs • James Welp, Mrs Robert LSckteig imd !MV ' found elsewhere'ift today' Brt»>, t kaw 1 .* i Cards' 1 were 'played arid 'ft' dessert "wafr served! ;> *- '>,f ,-*-• The next meeting will be a couples' bridge,. April 1, -at s the ' ' l ' Johnson Hoifse: Wins G.E. Trip To Hot^Springs jVtr fltld 1YAAO > (fcVGA/"** WJ^WO^-W JJ.* leave this S'utidsy to* enjoy .toone woek M all-expenses -paid, vaca'tloa in Hot Springs, Ark. , • ' Mr-vVoyles - and^ his partner/, John Levy, of 'the'North lowia^Ap- pliance-Center- won 'the-.'trlp' for )elng'-ohe - of the top' *45 f G!E* dealerships in a -recent General Electric sales 'conte.st.-.' North bwa Appliance placed eighth in a field of *145'dealerships in 'the number of G-E; ( appliances sold during the' contest period: '• t Strunc Infant, Bancroft Diet Rose'marle; infant s daughter of Mr -and Mrs Henry J'. Strunc of Bancroft, 5 - died*, early -Tuesday morning iri'the Estherville' hospital. A- service was held at lt):30 a.m. "Wednesday 'in St." John's church ' at Bancroft; the Msgr Joseph Schultes officiating. ty> RosemSrie'was born March 12. '''he Struncs have six other chiJarehV* three -boys" and ithre'e girls, ranging from infancy to 13 years. -.,,-..- . , 'Burial was in St. John's Cem etery. '- -,«"'•->! -^ «wj, "We are happy to announce that we have purchased •i the Davis-Paint Store business in Algona from Mr and Mrs < ; ' I "Bill" Arnon and have taken possession. And we would ]!| ,like.to "take,this opportunity to* welcpme fs in all of their old ; | custorhers and;,rna"ny of,you who might not have stopped ™ ' : ~ here recently; ' " '• We will continue to offer the same fine service and friendliness in future months and of course, you will still be able to obtain the reliable and quality Davis Paints and similar-products in our store. Stop in ancJ see us — you will always be a welcome and valued customer at the Davis Paint Store. 2. tl to iliv« feu*, " came , -TjT i£4.2di& ft son* Atet, Qtftaft, Stt«loft ,e Bank of ex ati4harles k, * All equlp*n ildirtg Wilt Be 80 t Id a.M, shd ber Co The resignations yard ^ ahd . Mrs Supt. Leo Willadsen, submitted to Monday ' and at?efe|>t* The Willadsens, .who . — ,.. their fifth yeff'Here, plan««S-l6 '* caie in Des Mo!rlfesi Other buaitt'fess M fhtt meeting cortc^rtied of a teachers'- salary Schedule, •f to t «*««^ a ._J ] . ^v^, -r ilu« _.. r.. t . ^.-^ Ar^..^,i.... .„_. Until 4:30 P.M. Algona Upper Des Moines SALE CALENDAR Kathleen Reefer •IF V*k- v- '• Rites Saturday Rcefer, % 73, serviceS^for Mrs KatH urday afterndon ar?Trinlty Lu W6ran ch'urch vhere.'^twrd?^ C. Gerike .officiated and burial was -in t the cemetery at i'Lakota Ftrneral arraritfefrients . wefts v^i Charge 'Of McOulldttgh's Funeral Chapel. ;' '•"- * •- '- > • "•" r ,,>v.f. f ,Mrs Rfeef eft died Thursday -at "St, ^Artn hospital- where, sWe Jhad; been ^a patient^ for~only,"-a hdtirs. She had b'^fen'ift health for the past several years, She was born Kathleen Meyeft July 17, 1885 in Germany and was- married ther,e to Adam Ree» fef sift 1907. The* couple tame to KosSuth county! in_ 1919~:)and Hved at Lakotahintfl.; 19,44 'when . nn u-nr - ______________ ...... ______ rW— T ______ l«m.K r- -r'f- ;-U Wrt tgih fe^i^ui Complete farm sale advertising <ervice at thefAlgon.-* Upp^r Dej Moines., •> •. including { Burl In the Siate oi Iowa al the close "of business on March 12, 1959. i A S'SjE t»S ' ir' • ?, i >',,.- - V g |' j, ^ 1. Cash, balances With othef banks, Ihclvidlng rcSefv'e balances, " and cash items In process of collection ._, «...,—'.' 00,385.33 ?. United Stales Government obligations, direct and guaranteed. 723,896,84 J. Obligations of> States and political subdivisions •„_„ ^^^i.^-.v*— 50,456.62 6. Loans and discounts (Including $50.03 "overdrafts) >v—i 359,171.14 7, Bank premises owned $1.00, furniture'-and'tlxt^feS, v f 1,000.00 —- 1,001.00 .1. Other asssets .„>. ———'— ^n.^^^.2: —.^:^'« 24.79 TOTAL ASSETS 1,224,895.52 it. ... ^,?-, ,., .„<, s-, •< ,,L I A-B I.Ii I«T I E S , > , f - - ( ; . :-,•.-„> ;«.<^,« 3. Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and oprporatlohs .. 787,231.40 14, Time, deposits of Individuals, partnerships, i arid corporations' 1 .:.—1 ,180,955.53 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES 1,105,316.57 CAPITAL ACCOUN-TS ' ,. 25, Capital* ..„! .',... 50,000.00 26, Surplus i ik ».,.^_ ,—««j»—, 25,000.0027, Undivided profits' „ . '..- ., ^t.L 44,578.95 f-* 29.' 30 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS " L-Lw-t-i Ij-^ij ' —-.- 119,578.95 i. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL"' ACCOUNTS 1,224,885.52 •This bank's capital'Conslsts of: M '", ' ;< "• Common stock wlth k total par value of $30,000.00. i ' \ > "" 33(b) i- Total -amount 6f-loans, certificates of interest, and obligations, s , or portions. thereof, which are fully backed or Insured by . agencies of the United States Government (other than "United ' States. Government obligations, direct and. guaranteed") - 108,107.48 We H. E.iRachUt.^President^G. H. McMullen/. Cashier & H. E'Rachut, Jr., Assistant Cashiet" of the above-named bank do solemnly "Affirm that the above statement Is „ true, and^that it fully,, and .correctly represents the true state of?the several matters herein-contained .arid Set.forthi to-the best of our knowledge and belief. J : - - n « ' •>*;/ *' -t 1 *' '-,*'• ••' ..<•,' H. E. Rachut. President . ,n '• ' /,, \ G. H. McMullen, Cashier > ' ^ ' , i» ' i f ;H."E. Rachut, Jr., Assistant Cashier • Correct—Attest: Donald W. Patterson; K. J. Smith, R. -I. Mawdsley, • ' C. W,'Patterson,'Directors. -4. "•, i , , ,, .a State of Iowa, County of Kossuth, ss ftj " ' , 'Sw&rn to -and subscribed before me ~,j »i4,- • ' > l this 23 day of March, 1959, and I 1 ," « ' ' hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. ' 'J i .,,,1.,.,. My commission expires July 4th, 1960 L. R. Daniels, , ' t • Notary Public (Published in the. Algona , (Iowa) Upper "Des Moines March 20, 1959) Ensure you may wih one'of our ng to buy —• Need not be prese '"' S <"»•** TSAhft!*'*^*! J4*f%R»H!«« R EVERYONE ?! K Auction Sattfrdpy, March, 28,, 1 p.m «a &$ ;an EasterMilitiatf ... especially when they come , .„ ,,(,„., rj^jv -_• * v*^*! 1 wt - /•„-•«• - «** J^j Jf* M -*^ « •— ^- j-^f" * , - from the Aigona Greenhouses 1 C'.'/. „•' - *tv,".', *> You'll-find one of our most beautiful arrays of Easter . flowers in history u wheh you stop out to the Algona Greenhouses this Ea'stertime. Gorgeous Lillies, plants, cut flowers and othef seasonal^ growing things: A'perfect; 1 gift for »your loved one— Both hisre and out-of-town. We are menv bers of the Florist TelegrapH" J DeliVery service and can wire flowers anywhere in the"'United States. Make your Easter Brighter; happier this year with flowers. t"". ' < •' >4. "„ .,..,,«,' , )• MR. & MRS. mg You... ,<vV * . ,n !• , • v ..„„,.. '»;«' AHrjfs time f we would like to offer our sincere^ thanks ,to ,the many .folks from throughout Kossuth county that have mac^i pur business association in Algona so pleasant i th e . s;e , past^six Wars. Your patronage has been sincerely \ continue to offer the very best in service and products to In the pa?* e Business; yoyr won- PLANTS Easter Lilies Hydrangeas Azaleas Mum Plants Martha Washingtons P,ansy Geraniums Gloxinias (--, ,, , V, Tulip Pans !, ' 1 Geraniums CUT FLOWERS Snapdragons Carnations Iris Daffodils Tulips •— Etc. FOR CORSAGES .f • . i Gardenias 1 ' ' Carnations Ro$es 4 f> Sweetheart Roses Orchid, Corsage? . §pecia! at prices you' $an afford. Your Flower Phone CYpress 4-25S *«W: |-»vv*,' /Si-"*, .) j ; ^,, '\ r ',', EASEFUL EASTER.' F^S'HJON;-^!; J.^ybu 'com? by'yfi' r Wl t ' ! ~ ' -. > v .y.;)-. •"'»-^ys,}*««i i v !.»- ?-"•'•> •-» v ff '" " \ bj | \urally ."..-. .witjj the.kho'wihg way you choose clothes that . accomodate your busy i ;l|fe^ l becorne L you*r rperspnalitv' ample: ^EAUTIF^lI'lBAsicS/'by/-AIR r ^TEP^ pointed toes. Two' calf^'pum"ps >t with'fa tbychr> Blue and Black Patent, and'Beige" and'Black T* ."».--: ^ *" <

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