The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1945 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 12, 1945
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m GOUGES HONOR NEPHEW AT RECEPTION 'Wesley: A reception was held Sunday at the Lon Gouge home •honoring their nephew, Pfc. Philip Adrian, and his Wife, who are : Spending a 15-day furlough at the Frank Adrian home in Corwith '. and with other relatives. i Guests who attended the reception included Mr. and Mrs. Frank , Adrian, Private Adrian's parents, and family, Mrs. Ray Fisher and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Garman and family and Mrs. Walter Claude, all of Corwith; Mr. and ! Mrs. Clarence Ptacek and Joyce, ' of, Britt, and Mr. and Mrs. V. L. ' Fric and Elaine, of Hayfield. The dining room was decorated In red, White and blue, and a th-fee-tlered wedding cake, baked by Mrs. Gouge, was placed in the center of the table, t The young couple were married February 13 at Camp Maxie, Tex. Went to Cleat take. Mrs. L. L. Lease and Loren went to Clear Lake Saturday evening and were guests at the cottage occupied by Mrs. Myrtle Kouba and her two children, who spent two weeks there, Attended Annual f Ionic. The Lester Larsons, Olaf Funnemark, Mrs. Ida Elaine and Jorgen Skow were among those who attended the Story-Hamilton county annual picnic at Blue. Earth, Minn., Sunday. Birthday Party. Ellen Root was honored at a birthday party Saturday when a groop of boys and girls came to WANTED Experienced Mechanics ALSO MECHANIC HEPERS KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 434 Algona, Iowa 28tf THURSDAY, JULY 12 Joel McCrea Added Atraction "THE UNSEEN" "TARGET TOKYO" FRIDAY, JULY 13—SPOOK SHOW MIDNIGHT 11:30. Admission 44c Community Sing—Comedy FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 13-14 Ruthless Ruffians Raid Hide Out! Lt. James Murtagh Weds Jane Bratton Lt. James R. Murtagh, son of Banker and Mrs. Charles B. Murtagh of Algona, and Miss Jane Bratton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bratton of Nevada, Mo., were united in marriage Wednesday, JUly 11, in a single ring ceremony at the Bratton home in Nevada by the Rev. Chas. B. Marrs, Presbyterian minister. The Immediate-family and a few close friends attended the ceremony. The couple received their solemn vows before an improvised altar of white gladioli and white tapers in tree candelabras with further assortment of garden flowers. The bride wore a blue crepe suit and large, black, picture hat, and a Stephanotis corsage. The bride's mother was attired in a blue gaberdine dress and wore a corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. Murtagh, whose father is auditor for the Farm and Home Bldg. & Loan Ass'n, Springfield Teachers attended College, Fun for the Family Saturday Night! , MONDAY, TUESDAY, JULY 15-16-17 Springfield, Mo., and at present is an accountant at the Algona Prisoner of War Camp. Lt. Murtagh, who has just recently been given a medical discharge from the army, will be a new assistant cashier at the'Secur- ity State Bank following a 10-day honeymon trip to Minneapolis, Minn. "Jimmie" attended the University of Iowa where he was affiliated with Phi Delta Theta social fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Murtagh will be at home in Algona after July 20th. Algona Townsend Club. Algona Townsend Club No. 1 met at Townsend Hall, 108 So. Hall St., Tuesday evening, July 10, for their regular busines meeting and follow-up party. Mrs. Grace Carney opened the meeting with a scripture reading. A new manual has been printed with several changed rules recently proposed by the newly elected.National Townsend Council of twelve. This council represents twelve different! regions of the United States and is now the governing body of more than 12,000 Townsend clubs of this nation and Alaska. Each serves without pay and is dependent upon contributions various' clubs may give. Mrs. Mary Heard, membership chairman, gave a report on the the three-monlhs membership contest including April, May and June The men came out ahead of the women with Wm. Carney overall winner with 63 members to his credit. A total of 159 joined the local group during that period Mrs. A. M. Andersen, club president, presented Mr. Carney with a desk set. An auditing committee was appointed to meet on Thursday afternoon, July 12. It was announced that a benefr card party would be held at the hall on Friday evening, July 20 sponsored by Messrs. Creed, Hentges and Rich. On Tuesday evening, July 2-1 there will be another business meeting and party. The main feature will be a Dutch lunch. Before the evening was cookies and coffee were served as an added treat. Roberta Carney Weds. Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Carney of Algona, announce the marriage of their daughter, Roberta Janet to Ensign Wallace B. Officer, o: Cambridge, Mass., son of -Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Officer of Burt, on June 23 at 6 p. m. in the Chapel at lai vard University, Mass. Chaplain TuppeT. 6f the VltlSa* V»lI«plHlll J. U£S(JCX. > UJL I Harvard Naval BaSe, officiated. The chapel Was ' beaUtlfiiU? de» corated with flower!.Id*' the, altar lighted candles. During, the •service organ music was: played. The prelude was followed by two wedding marches. A reverie;and he Lord's prayer also,were play* ed. . The bride wore a white, dress with satin strips and a coronet of flowers In her hair". She also hid an orchid corsage. • ' ' They were attended by Ensign and Mrs. Samuel Morrow, Ensign •md Mrs. Charles Willman and by Jormer classmates of "the groom at Cornell University and -their vives. Also present were the fel- ow officers of his unit. -'.;,•;" Immediately following the;;cere- nony a reception was held at their lome and a wedding . dinner f ol- owed in Boston. ,• The bride is a graduate Of •• Algona high school and atierided :owa State Teachers College. The jroom graduated from Burti'hlgh school and attended'Iowa ..State lollege and Illinois State Normal University. He took his midshipman training at'Cornell University, Ithaca,' N. Y. '•£. , They will be at home for a?short :ime at 10 Channing Street, Cambridge, 38, Mass. Jl'i .'. Richard Pedersen Weds ':, '.•' .. Michigan, Girl }:|,f In a double ring ceremdtiy in Milwaukee, Wis., Olive ChrlSman jecame the bride of T/Sgt. Richard V. Pedersen on Sunday, JuM 8, with Dr. Hal E. Norton officiating. The • bride, attended by Na.dine Kroeze, was attired in a .white lace gown with net skirt and fingertip veil with beaded crown. ;She carried , a bouquet of white roSes and bachelor buttons. Lt.-;Rqy Potochnik was the best mari'."vTHe' wedding march was played.) by Svelyn Scheffer. 7:;. Olive, daughter of Mr. and.'Jiirs. Verne M. Chrisman of Iron Mbun- ;ain, Mich., .is a 1942 graduate of Kingsford High in Iron Mountain. Richard is the youngest Son of Mrs. Marie Pedersen of Algona and graduated from the \high school here in 1943. Sgt. PedeVsen has just returned from 9 months of overseas duty in Italy where'he was a radio operator-mechanic junner. He has a 30-day furlo.ugh. ilichard has been in the army for wo years and two, months. Mrs. Pedersen and Mrs. man attended the wedding. Thii.'- een other guests also attended: A wedding'dinner was served at Pappy's Restaurant in Milwaukee. The couple and Mrs. Pedersen returned to Algona Tuesday'.and vill remain here for part of'thja' time and will then visit her'pa- rents in Iron Mountain. Mrs, Pedersen is living with the Erick Nel- ;ons. ';", l> ' Ruthellen Gorman Weds .iv'' 19 Navy. Man in Chicago 'J :'. \ o< ; 'Ruthellen Gorman, daughter; ofc Mr. and Mrs. W. J. 'Gorman; '"$&? gona, and A. William George.fsqn of Lt. Comdr./and Mrs. A. W^liain George, Sr., of San Diego, Calif,, were married Saturday, June 30th, at 6 p. m. in the Chapel at Navy Pier, Chicago, 111. The bride was attired in a. powder-blue suit with white accessories. Ruthellen is a 1943 graduate of the Algona high school, and sinxse then has taken a year of schooling at Loyola University and a year of nurses training in Chicago. The groom is a graduate of the San Diego schools and has attend" 1 ed the University of California. He has a mechanical engineer degree. Enlisting in the navy five years ago, William served two years at sea. Mr. and Mrs. George plan to make their home in Chicago where the groom is stationed as a radio instructor at Navy Pier. Harold Darnells, Ledyard Entertained Sunday On Sunday the following gathered, at .the Harold Darnell home at Ledyard to help celebrate the birthdays of Mr. Darnell and his sister, Mrs. Thalfred Udstueri, and nephew, Larry Dean Udstuen. Mr. _ T ._. wamafflffi- ftbfei MMf CMfl»v<Hf>: an# Mr^iJfHIlirMtrdil^ Bf Blue-liarlH^f ten Johnson' aild "Otville . ftulftKetnjBle*jJMJIfffillfc' Verttbh, Mf/afla^slk/LbttliSvAHi df Ledyard,' attdDelor'lsMffyttS ol . A plehte &itiMt was at noon. In the 1 afterMbrR Mrs. Nuss ( Mfs. Chiiries Bllht fltid son and datt|hte? 6f Fairmont arid also 'their gfahdMdther,^fs/ S6 phla Tfouth visited the group 1 . ' lunch was served t6 all late*" the afternoon. , , ' Fae Lftshbrook Honoree ,,-' i Betty Jean Wlldih and Elleexi Thul entertained sevefcal friends Sunday, July 1, at, a personal shower honoring Fae Lashbrobk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lashbrook, who Will toe married soon to Petty Officer, first class, Bernard Bode, son of Mr. atld Mrs* Louis Bode. A mock wedding Was performed .With Fae as the bride, Ellen as the groom, Betty as the minister, and Clarice Campney and Marjorle Klein as the attendants. Others attending were Mrs. Kenneth Wlchman, Mrs. Reubon Ap- persbach, Mrs, William Tjaden. Mrs. Francis Plathe, Laura and Ma'rjorle Reidel, Dorothy and Ruth Gisch, Kathryn and Jeannette Buscher, and Naomi Telcamp. A lunch was served following the opening of gifts; ' Farewell Picnic -For Fae Lashbrook A* farewell picnic was given at the Ambrose A. Call state park Wednesday, June 27, for Fae Lashbrook, daughter of Mr.'and Mrs. Jesse Lashbrook, who has resigned at the S &r L 'Dept. Store and will be married soon to Bernard Bode, petty officer first class, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode. Those attending were: Dorothy and Ruth Gisch, Betty Jean Wildin, Ruth Heerdt,. Clarice Campney, Marjorie Klein, Eileen Thul, and Helen Winkel, the latter visiting here from Des Moines. • ( ,\ USD Picnic Friday The USD sponsored a picnic, arid dancing party Friday night at tne Shelter House, Ambrose A. Call State Park, with approximately 50 guests and hostesses present. The • ')• ic.ani at tii Get Home Comfort that Laid a Housetime with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phone ui today CowanBldgSupplyCo. ' Phone 275 ALGOIfA, IOWA •Night' wW ; fiadf at the |; Alg ofti ,'. With a 7:80 dlnhef followed for . tMS ": tofeft' Wats ,w«# 6 Wv'en , to . Elteltoeth NufeHt, Mt S, H* Mfl« Ralph •: dafpe.nte^ sefeheli, and JDeiia Welte*. The eotflrfiittee in charg£:,bf ;the party consisted 6f Mrs. Donald •: Alt > cKalrman, Mrs. E, Ji ,2endef, .'Mrs. Phyllis Kelley, and cowan. ,-.;. ' •.-• ,\' •,. Meetingfttnday The United Service Wonien of Anierlca Will meet Monday at 8 p. m. in the Legion Hall, A short business meeting will be held, and members are requested to bring all unpaid dues. Monday will be guest night and husbands ore invited to attend. Lt, Gerald Steussyj who has returned from a Gerjnan prisoner of war camp, will speak. Baptist Vanguard Class. The Vanguard Class of the Baptist Church met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Waiter Stevens With Mrs. Paul Richardson, as/ sisting, This was a pot. luck supper, and 15 iHembefs were present. .Visitors Were Mrs. Bertha ish-as Auk tot ft** Vou may buy on bur co:> venient niorithly payment: plan if desired. Cowan ALGONA.IA. NEW 15lb. P eck89c POTATOES 100 LB; BAG JUMMIEMONS .. CALIFORNIA JUICE ORANGES CALIFORNIA CARROTS CANTELOUPE ;.„ Doz. 2 Bunches Vine Ripe. Large Size —Each 49| 49 17c 25c Air-Nail Stationery 100 sheets 50 envelopes,.box 'Hag Content Paper. 'Each sheet and envelope printed with name and address. *Choice : of three lovely colors. spend the afternoon with her. Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L,ael Root, was seven years old. She received many gifts. Follow- ng an afternoon of • games, Mrs. Soot served lunch. The Methodist Ladies Aid held its annual summer picnic at the church Friday. Mrs. Nelson spent Sunday at the home of her son, Tom Nelson, and his family at Clear Lake. Capt. James Lincoln, of Grm- nell, was a guest at the John Gerdes home over the July 4 holiday The Vincent Daughn and Leroy Kleinpeter families spent several days.last week in cottages at. Clear Mrs. Eunice Nelson visited several days last week at the home ol her daughter Mrs. Dan Rines, and family at Fontenelle. Lois Hildman is spending a two- week vacation at the home of her parents the Tony Hildmans. She is employed by the Mason City Globe-Gazette, Madeline Studer, Thelma Oppedal, Mrs. Rita Sheppard and Miss Katherine Swolka, of Mankato Minn., went to Clear Lake Sunday for a week's vacation. Miss Swolka is a former classmate of Madeline and Rita. Mrs. J. P. Studer and Miss Emma Studer took them to the lake. • Daughter at Rochester. Mrs. Nick Gengler came homi last Thursday from Rochester Minn., where she had been staying with her daughter Betty who is a patient there. Saturday Mr Gengler took Mrs. Gengler back to Rochester- He <te° was accom- pwiefit by bis-. dajjgh|gr.Phyl and his two sisters from Tejcas. Report of Condition of Security Slate Bank of Ateona, Iowa, at the close of business June 30,1945, a State ta institution organized and operating under the banking tows of this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance with a call made by tke State Banking Authorities and by he Federal Reserve Bank of this District, - • • • ASSETS • 1. Loans and discounts (including $32,14 overdrafts) $ 407,660.98 >: United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 908,875.BD i. Corporate stocks (including $2,400.00' stock of Federal Reserve bank) 2,400.00 6, Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection 841,14 M4 7. Bank premises owned $13jOOO.OO, foraiture and fixtures'$1,700.00 — 14,700.00 12. TOTAL ASSETS ............ .',, .................................................... $2,152,784.05 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ........... .. ....... ,, ............................... : ....... . ...... $1,636,682.8 . Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and .corporations ....... , ........................ -•-.- ..... • ...... :-—•—:-. ............... dl,B44.i 15. Deposits of United States Government (including . 17. Deposits of banks * ........ ., .............................. •• ....... ---• ........ 18. Other deposits (certified sand officers' checks, etc,)........ 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS .. ...................... ••• ............. $2,060,348.95 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated BING CHERRIES! For Canning At Their Best Sure Jell :Mll±:;v...2 for 236 Certo Welches. Grape Jmcel.,.::-._L.;L--. --liq^t. 49(B Champion , ; Mixed Pickles. ....„„ 27 oz. 29c Red Jar Rubbers. 3 for Dutch Girl Apple Butter A.^ Ik 13 oz; Mason Jar Caps............dpz. 25(8 Grapefruit for Better Taste , Oliyes ..... .......... ......No, 10 29l? Skippy . Peanut Butter ..... ...I Ib. Jar 35c Folger's Coffee or ar 29c Cheerioats. 2 f° r 25c Jack Sprat . Wheat Puffs. 3 for 27c Muffets.. ..,.2 for | Hominy I Ib. jar 2 fa Sutho Suds... 18 oz. pkg. 25<J Toilet Soap _ • Sweetheart —3 for 23c Palmolive Soap.. r ,......-3 for 23c ; 4 '• Lux Soap.... 3 | f or 23c Jack Sprat Pork and Beans, 3 cans 25c In Syrup J , Sweet Potatoes—.No. 2^ can 33c Prunes.... No. 10 can 69c Seedless Raisins 2 Ib, pkg. 25c Chocolate Cream' Coffee I Ib, bag 29c Jack Sprat Enriched Milk. .3 tall cans 20C Book Matches 2 f° r 29c Jack Sprat Enriched Flour .,„„.._ 50 Ibs. $2.49 Jack Sprat Enriched Flour...^..,...,, ..1...J Ib. bag 29© PORK SAUSAGE SMOKED SAUSAGE AMERKAN CHEESE Ib, Ib, Ib, 394 396 P 0 R K C H 0 P S....................... ;_x^-^i. : &|$ FRESH UYER SAUSAGE'..;,... ^.^^^^jjm , w —^-" KQt&MS, Yice T Pres «- obligations shown below), •• .. CAPITAL ACCOUNTS t 25. Capital*'.., ......................... -, .................................................... f t' 26. Surplus 27. Undivided profits 29. TOTAL CAPITA^ ACCOUNTS. ............. -, ...... --- ......... ..$ 92,4354P 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL. *This bank's capital consists of: n Common stock with total par value <of. — ......$50,000.00 We- C. B. Murtagh, Pre?., Frank Kohjhaas, Scheme L^ashierrof the a^ye-naSed bi* above stetement is true to the best of Corregt-Attest: ». C. HUTPHISQlf, f. J. SITUMWAY, H. M. HAUftPPp, A Stat'e of

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