Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 28, 1966
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". "A«ML 'A MMftt ** "THE SECURITY STATE MNK" in * . 2. 3. S. . 7, 8. ' 11. Cosh balance* with other banlb, and" cosh IfSm* , lit • W6c«sJ ftf collecfion i»i_.i...i'A. i .U,i. L, ... United States Government obligatlohs, dlfetf hlSd, guaranteed '.,i. Obllflations of States ond ppllticdl - suWWistoriSl .j * : Othef securities . i*._*_*..i^.^.j i. Othef loans and discounts ,..i.»^._i..i._.j, .... Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and Other assets representing bank premises ....a._.i .._.' .^..' . ... Other assets ^.c '.i.j..^. .. t _. t, w* 849,4t7".B5 1,542 362122 - 308241.00 30,000,00 4,241,789.60 76,380.12 '8,018.51 Oscsr Johnson, 12, tOTAL ASSETS ............ .•.-,-i.'^ J ,....- J Ai^ i — u ...... 7,OS6,l9?,36 ' 13. 14. 15. 16. 18. 19, 20. 25. 26. 2?. 28. i, 30. 31. r. IV 2. ;' 3. L I A B I I I T I t l Demand deposits of individuals, 'partnerships, and! cdtpordflofw .Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, arid e6f- Dotations ........................ _'__ 1... .1- .L.L^...i. Deposits of United States Government ___ * ___ „_». __________ i. Deposits of States and politicbl subdivisions ............. _"_,.. Deposits of tommercial banks ------ .. ___ ______ -j,_*^ ____ ;__ Certifield and officers' checks, etc. '.„: ..... .„'..'.. ii'i^. ____ i TOTAL DEPOSITS . — ,—•„ ........ :„, — .,.-$6,572,939.74 (a) Total demand deposits ...'• ..... ---.--.-i... 4,824,739.48 , ''••• •', (b) Total time and savings .deposits ....... ... 1,748,200.5(6 " TOTAL LIABILITIES .......... , ____ . ...... _- i .*.. ii . ....... 6,572,939.74 3,592,736.44 ;.'•., 1,566,106.26 11537381 1,153341.02 '6318.65 199069.56 V ' UOy>3e . C A P I T A t A C C 0 0 N T » (c) Common stock — total par value ,-'...-^-. 1 -- i i-.:. No. shares authorized ------ ^v.^-.s.*-.. 20,000 No. Shares outstanding ______ i.^^^.^.L 20,000 Surplus ^ ....... ..^ _____________ ... ..ii il^. Undivided profits ............................... " 200006.00 200,000.00 83,259.56 TOTAL CAPITAL .ACCOUNTS 483,259.56 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS, 7,056,199.30 ' M I MO II A N D A ',.'' . ••;•.' ..' \: '•• ; •" • ' Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date , .. 6.178,721.05 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with coll .date * . ^ „ 3,990,97594 Loans as shown in item 7 of "Assets" ore after deduction of valuation reserves of 1 . „•„ ^ 49,188.55 We C. W. Conn (President) and Fred A. Diekmahn, Jr. (Cashier) of the above-named bonk do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. • ; '• C. ..W. :Conn (President) . Fred A. Diekmann Jr. ' . . (Cashier Correct—Attest: ..:.:.. i, --•.;: '. •- . ••• • •'•• V\E. j; Lindebak ) . i - B. .A.'': Frank! .' .!) Directors. ', v L. O. Miller '" ) State of Iowa, County of, Kossuth,* ss: - ; , '•• „_... , Sworn to and subscribed before mt.Hthls 22nd doy of April, 1966 (SEAL) and I hereby certify that ! am not an officer or director of this bank, My commission expires July 4, 1966 / Ann E. Kelley, Notary .Public n ... ... , . ' -:.'".. Ann E. Kellev " ^Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, 'Algona,' Iowa, April 28,- 1966 Geo. SeADSfg, forfeit and Henry Wetland. L*mn* the W«tl«y — Oscar William Johnson, 70, died in the Britt Hospital Saturday, April 23, jUst 20 days after the death of his vvife, Dora Titus Johnson. Mr. Johnson was born March 17, 1896. to Christian and Hannah Anderson Johnson at Wesley. At the age of 3 he lost his parents and went to Dennison, Mitin., to• live with relatives. Mr. Johnson and Dora Titus were married December 18, 1917, at Garner, and moved to a farm near' Wesley, where they continued to live, except a few years when they lived at Britt and where he was in the trucking business. He is survived by two sons, Ivan and Bob, and one daughter Mildred, Mrs. Ray Carlson; all of Wesley; two brothers, Ole Johnson, Pine Island, Minn., and Carl Johnson, Faribault, Minn.; on.e sister, Mrs, Ida Funnemark, Zumbrota, Minn., and 8 grandchildren. • '•••• Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 26 at 2 p.m. in the Evangelical Free church, with Rev. Swenson of the Evangelical Free church of Britt : officiating. Burial was in the Even cemetery, irersi were Dennis Haverly, CONGRATULATIONS TO DON TIETZ ON THE COMPLETION OF HIS MODEL HOME. We were pleased tp furnish and install all plumbing and the hot water heating system. ,/'•''• ,t '-.-,.. PUN TO ATTEND The Open House al 210 E. Oak Saturday & Sunday If you're planning a new home or remodeling— see us. FEATURING: • Kohler & American Standard Fixtures •.' . • '•* ' .'•'.'.",.-"" ' . • American Standard &O.E. Heating Systems • Bruner Water Softeners Algona Plumbing & Heating 212 E. State ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-5240 1 - . " I.- •&• ' To Don Tietz on his Open House, His beautiful new home is a welcome addition to the community. We Were Pleased To furnish the building materials for this lovely home, including Andersen Windows and Patio Door, Frantz Garage Doors and Birch Interior. Don't Mies The Open House featuring Don Tietz's new home at 210 E, Oak, Saturday and Sunday, April 30 - May I, FOR COMPLETE MATERIALS SERVICE United Building Center South Phillips Street , IOWA Phone 295-2619 to idvs itAtE Jim Bleicli, oldef sdn of Lester Blairts, and a jtitttt. the TiJonka puWic school, hdi* been selected by the Titoflkft Legion ftost to attend Boy'* State June 5-11. He has bWtt tfh the honor roll 3 years and has been a member of the Natioliil Honor Society for two\ yearsYHe is F._\A. president, and/opera' ted the concession Stand at athletic games three years. Hfe is also the 4-H president, . ^, START NEW HOME Excavation was begun last week for the two-bedroom house to be built by the Chas. Nelsons on the 3 lots they purchased from Clete West, just north of the Norbert Hilbert home, 2 blocks north of Main Street. The Nelsons; will move from their farm southeast of St. Benedict, v - HOMEMAKERS MEET Wesley township Hometnak- ers club met April 19 at Joe Goetz's with Mrs. George Lickteig, assistant hostess. Sixteen, members and two guests were present. .Mrs. Bob Bolenus gave the lesson. A plant and bulb exchange was held. The May meeting} will be, with Mrs. Clara Hauptman, Mrs. Joe Skow assisting. ' '''••] ;>;;; •''. Nine Wesley women attended the state W.M.S. meeting at Boone April 22. They were the Mesdames Robert Jongewaard, Lester Lease, ^Lester, Larson, George Seaberg; Louis Simpson, Edna Wubben and the Misses Lois Bentele, Alma Funnemark and Mrs. Anna Hansen. Holy Name Society of St. Jo-, seph's parish will have a dinner meeting Thursday evening at 7:30,• •'• •:• .• ,-*^;• -^^i- "W* rv. The George Wellicks of Charles City were Sunday guests at the parental R. C. Bauer's. , The Ralph Bauers, Whittemore, were' Friday guests of his parents, the R. C. Bauers. Wesley Wizards met April- 5 with Barbara, Diane and Danna Larson! Cheryll Cunningham gave a talk. Danna Larson, Shirley Becker and' Wendy Lickteig gave demonstrations. Lunch was served by Mrs. Arvin Larson. Diane Larson is reporter. The Paul Schmidts, Churdan, were Sunday guests at the parental A. N. Riehtsmeier's. Bob Richtsmeier, employed in Lin* 'coin,-Nebr., spent the weekend ait home. ; '•Mrs-,,Alice Hill visited friends in Chicago April 21-24. Mrs. Margaret Root and Mrs. ifery Bode attended the state )iennial meeting at Sioux City last weekend. Mrs. Root is CDA rand Regent and Mrs. Bode is a district deputy. Many C.D.A. members attended the buffet luncheon in the St. Patrick's parish hall at Britt April 18 as guests of the Britt court. At court whist prize winners were Agnes Lickteig, Agnes Stevens and Helen Lickteig. There were 134 Wesley CDA members and guests at the Mother-Daughter banquet Wednesday in St. Patrick's parish hall at Britt. Wesley officers were in charge of the program. Teachers of the Corwith-Wesley public schools attended a dinner at Britt April 19. Rich-: ard Shellenberg has been president of the council, Which has now been disbanded. P.T.A. of the Corwith-Wesley schools met in Corwith April 20.! Sunday guests at A. C. Discher's were Chas. Timm, New Ulm, Minn,, Mrs. August Wild,' Springfield, Minn., and the Discher's daughter, Mrs. Ron Stroup, Mason City, The Diocesan Council of C^- tholic women will hold an, open. Spring Deanery meeting at West Bend April 28 beginning at 1:30 p.m. The Frank Hauptlys visited the Chas. Kr^uses at Kiester. Minn. April 21, The Will Haupt- lys, Woden, accompanied them to Kiester. The Legion Auxiliary will meet May 4. RichAf d and Mai* fcke OarpeiUW _nd AUah S. Sistet M. MaHs Stelk organist. -^ of BAncroft arid Larry __ ff of Lakota, brothers of the "couple. \ • *: Jive hundred gUeat* were en- "J — - ---- Ceftter, City, Atiti ||/~ _L*BII*Vm -* "'** Miftn.; fctofcffVUte, Vf m -*-„ Buffalo id Bancroft. pie wilt reside fti the groom is ._. hi* father to business. The bride, : of Mankato Comtne iege, will continue hi • as, a setteUry-C-% dll^B^F^ •Rft««'B»V •»•*( »» -*'»'-•- —•-•- •*,:" fi ier, for Thorp L6an and Thrill dompany in Blue Earth. Bancroft girl married MARY Margaret Schiltz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schiltz, .Bancroft, and Louis Lappe, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lappe, ST., Lakota, were married on Saturday, April 16 at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft with Rev. Father Msgr. J. H. Schultes performing the wedding ceremony. Acolytes we- REPORT OF CONDITION of EXCHANGE STATE BANK c* Wwtoy In Mw Stat« o» low* «t tht clot* of buiintti on April »., lff«*. 1. Cash, balances with other bonks, and cash items in process of _,_,,,„ collection 1- —• 236.777.75 2 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 394,873.25 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions -i'iZ/loi 7. Other loans and discounts 845,720.88 8. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets repre- , ntn ~ senting bank premises —. il'i2?', 11, Other assets ..- - — ——- 26,291.84 12. TOTAL ASSETS - - - . 1.615,939,88 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .. 955,914.71 14. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corpor- i "•< atlons -- —— . __._-•—, -!'-•— 365,160.3( 15. Deposits of United States Government .: .. 17,606.2^ 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 100,040.00 19: Certified and officers' checks, etc. - — --_--.. 5,4)4.96 20. TOTAL DEPOSITS - $ ;444,136.19 (aj Total demand . deposits ....---. 1,078,975.89 • (t>) — ,,. Total time and savings deposits 365,160.30 25. TOTAL LIABILITIES -"-- —-- — - - 1,444,136.19 CAPITAL AC COUNTS 26:'(c) Common stock—total par value .__- 30,000.00 , No. shares authorized : 300 |.v- ----No.'shares outstanding -,.,— — r i-i.3.P5_ 27. Surplus .- ,---, ,. 28. Undivided profits — ..-— . — 21,803.69 30, TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1—— 171,803.69 31. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS - 1,615,939.88 MEMORANDA 1. Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ; ending with call date — ——-:.. 1,459,160.11 2. Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with ..calU date — ———. ...— — 870,793.53 We L. H. Klein, President, and D. L. Klein, Cashier, of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. L. H. Klein (President) D. L. Klein (Cashier) .'.•••••- Correct—Attest: Herman Bode D. L.- Klein ) Ben G. Studer Lael T. Root j Directors J. W. Goetz L. H. Klein ) State of Iowa, County of Kossuth, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 21st day. of April, 1966, (SEAL) and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of'this bank, : . My commission expires July 4, . 1966, Laura A. Klein, Notary Public. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona Iowa, April 28, 1966 Best Wishes To Don Tietz On His Typewriters +Rental +Service +Sales Wt htvt • compute Typtwritti Service — Rental of u»ed m* ;hi*tf, service for ALL m* chilli and MJf f ff new and M ypt writers. Open House We were pleased to do the painting in this lovely new home. May we suggest you contact us for any painting or decorating requirements. Sheet rock f inching U our specialty. CALL W TMMV! K cx W PAINTERS - DECORATORS (PWPW PlW^dBMl gincreft Phont 3151 iwrt Phone 9?4-334i REDUCED PQR NATIONAL. APRIL 28 THRU MAY 7 ONLY! Regularly S-T-R p Sleep arrcl Play 1 and 2-pc terry cloth and nylon sets for baby's sleep or play. Full cut, machine washable. ; Nursery prints, solid colors. One size fits 3-18 mos. CRAWLERS Infants ? ( iap. crotch crawlers in easy care, durable fabrics. Gay applique trims and col- trs. 12, 18, 24 months. SWEATER SETS a« is* 3-pc. sets for boys or girls. Quick drying, hi-bulk orlon yarn. Attractively gift boxed. Pink, blue, maize or white. DIAPER SETS Adorable styles for boys or girls. Easy care cottons with matching plastic-lined pants. Pink, blue, maize. S, M, L, XL. QUILTED BLANKETS Warm, lightweight > acetate tricot with ruffled or bound edges. Pacron polyester filling About 30*39, Boxed. Pink, blue, maize, white. Reg. ?5c TRAINING PANTV »»w „———, I f»r ftc Reg. 29c WATIRPROOF PANT5, now ______-^ fa ft« Reg. H CRIB ftif ITS, w»w „- —--,-, Reg. 79c HiCf IVINQ I^ANKiTii new -—-.__ Reg. m €lli itANKITf, ntw —,-___„„_,_ 2.44 i 2-69 to. FlANNil OIAPM$. n 9 w —-,-_ 9,17 I jj&mt — — r — — — — — — — ^•-?r--* — — T — T — No Payment Du* 'til Jun* on

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