The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1946 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 8, 1946
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i? iiMM : . Bis in :Ma»K Hill aKbta tefeSWrihef ttte s6tt,, whoidiid Pagei, with - Whom dif Hntfie and (lya) dahobn, tobtft living 'thk Dar.fdriei:; were of : this vicinity^, many 'bef biro moving • to El* '' ' iUhiiy ; . Club.— r —...-., w ... ic men attended the nil* club meetih^v and „., at the- town hall ThUrs- everting- The lilrti for the failed to >;arrfye. .John Snd firY R. : 'L, ^illlams short ; Iftlki.JBoth have ly voeert /discharged "from >,John from thd army, *and thfr'riavy, jf' Hannah. Heetlarid fell while liJfshoVe)ing 'snow last' .week^ and spfllhed ;one wrist. -iThe injury haSSproved very painful "but is imjEffoving'. < '--."'TcvV' •••.:''--'' : '. > :• t Mranti^ Mrs. J. .E; . the':.Cprt -Rippcntrops and Olert Ttipifentrpp were New*! Years -din:>. flefc^iiests ,~ai the • Alvin Rippen" •tro]SS. : '.''':•'•')'"" -.••":••• ?• -''.'•' ••,;' r • Mr, and 1 'Mrs. Lawrence Hesley, Hardy ( ia.[; visited at : the Henry Klines last week' Wednesday. Mrs? Hesley is a half-sister, of MrV; Kline; ;; '••:•'.:-y.v- " -. ••• Mr."a'rtd Mrs. Gv A., Gutknecht were iNew Year's dinner hosts to .-the Gutknecht families arid Mrs. Delia Smith at the 'August Gut- kneehts.; : •' ":/• ' ..','' Don: Wbrtman was to have returned to- Brookings, S. D., last We6k Tuesday but became ill and Dri /Williams ordered; him to bed until :ablc to .travel. ^ V •• Mi-j vand Mrs. Andrew/ Jansen and ifimgy drove to. MaSbn City ^3retfr r s day;for: ; ;dinner with SJjiriisen's i sister ; : arid;! family, ' ' "'' Mrs. T 1 . ;G. Tprjne were NejivJiYears. day hosts. ;lfo; Mr. and; and MrefyiHarry • War-, button and daughter i|ttith of El- 'f ft v, v <w, . t , Sidriey : ; Kionjtz - came hojripiiasit week on a 6rday leave ,- fop'aiyjsit 'with'his mother,-Mrs. if Rachel Kienitz and other mem- "•'tiers'--$£ the\family. ,He"is .now f. staitiqricd -at GrecmCpyi •5enn^>Murray,.dV.by9.^qyAme|p .. to^tak&up Jhis . Harold Goodwill spent a f^w' daysiwith his.fwife' and .little son here last week. 'Harold ; at'i Kansas .Gity, Mo M 1885 ^ T . :IT ^ ?I ,,,,;»»,,,,. ..,„,,.,..,.„ ,. in ,,., r ..,. 1 ^, |^A,:1OWA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1946 Second Section "VOL. Uncle Sam's Big Kossuth Investment Closing - . , ..;• . . : \' ' .. • •'' '' ^^ • , ,i x,••;:".-, .'••.•-•, i ^ Jf<.'..'\ . : '*'*'••*.. ,' ' • • "• ' ^?. •'. Although the ,camp Avill be closed next there will still be a detachment of U.'; prisoners and civilian employees retained ioVmain- tciiance purposes, camp officials said. .' ' \ T : •" 60ATLONEROCK SEIOLD YEAR OUT ATCAR0PARTY Lqne Rock: A New Year's Eve party was held in the Lone Rock hall. Hostesses were Mr. and Mrs.vMeryin Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. O'rnie Behrerids and Mr. and Mrs. .Melvin Hawks; About 60 guests attended. ^Prizes were wqn;byDick O'Donncll who received-; travel,-prize and high for men, Fred- Schmidt low for -men, Mrs.' McGuii'c and Mrs. ; women.' high for women, Radig low for Auxiliary Card Party The American Legion Auxiliary wil sponsor a' card party at the: school house on i Thursday and : 'has '. yc^s. t iVMi t s.''Gpodwi ' of ficc' there ioti'"' three. 'nec, Delia her; father^ «il{- Adaug i hfer£>4-ftj[r&. . . J^a'ricrdaughte^Satv- dra -are ;• •'also: - - visiting /> at ; |,-:'the Klines ;since last week 'Friday. Mrs. Sparks' husband is; a ?tele- typ'e operator at Sheppard Field, Tex. ; ••.>•;-,-, •'•:; , •'';.;- '-... •'•"• hV'" evening, vitcd. : Jan. 10.; is iri- Jensen HoiicM/ '. : ,.r >.y.. ; . • ' , Mrs. Roy ..Jertseh' -' 'entertained the Birthday club';ih ho'nor of Mi-si, Alf Jorgensen ,-qn; Thursday evening. "Guests'' besides' Mrs. Jorgtinson 1 'were' M.dsd*am0s • A. 'A. Krueger, Ernest -Jojis'cn, Don Houck, W 1 ; J.' Cotton'jSArt' Priebe, Angus Cotton;- 'Roger'-.'Jensen, Harry f Montgohiefy^;i; : c;:''., ' Turkey -Dinner HoAi:'i.-~' '-.,'• •'.<• Mr. anduMrSi .Eeriest/.- Jensen entertained' at -..a 7' o.'clock''.tui-key dinner; Monday 'evening; • Guests were Mr. ahd ? Mi-s. £ jloy,;, J,enscn, Miv and Mrs. 'Alf.;JJorfifensen,* Mr. and MVS. .A/ A.'Ktii&^gciv; Mr:', and' Mrs. W. J. Cbttoni'Mr^and.Mrs. Art Pricbo, Mr. ahc|.;M^s.;' Angus Cotton;" and -Mr.';an^?MrS.;i:pon Houck. «. ;'•'>;.-.•-..Vv.'- : /t : '/-- '-£"'f••".:'•••'•• Roy. , jEIincs' started" -'' . Cotton Wcdricsd.ayj-'^.'lhp . Cot •eryi j >;?.- v{^-'^ >'^;' ' .work ; Pers'oWs;- : -spent'-'' ; New with of Mrs. Roy Jensen. ,,"",. ;•.'-. -Mr. and Mrs. Milford! JMitcheJl and family spent Sunday; at the Harvey Nelson home at, Cylinder,-, .-•-.••.,•' '" ' " .;/ ,.''•/' Rev. and/Mrs. Clarence Cherland from • Cass Lake, 'Minn., spent 1 tbe/day Saturday at,the' t J< T.. Chcrland home: •'"• •';•.•/'.•" .. The., M; O. , Richards . f anilly- spent'^Ncw .Years at the home:.of Mr. Richards' aunt, the. A. : --'L; Greenf ipids, Algona. .- t '".'' ; Betty Lou .Mitchell of :Burt; ; js spending' the weekend .at viHe; home, of her. grandparcrits:'• Mi-'i and Mrs. Williams. " • -,.-':.';'•>' Ed Hoijpc; was-taken " Dodge' by, arrj'bula.nce on for a checkup. It Is hoped the 'cast can be removed. j Tjle- Ajney Cherland family speHt NeW Year's day at the ionic of Mrs. Chcrland's parents, 'lho-.'4efls;T; .Jensens, Ringsted. Mcs.-Lyle Marlow was a host" «ss"at a recent party of the !Frich4ly:'Blr,thday Club at the jMrsKFterdinaiid Rich home, Burt. Mjv.artd/Mrs, Harvey Rath and family spiSftt New Year's day at ,the;Wrh. Champion home at Algona... ; M|.,-and ,Mrs. P. M. Christen- sonjintjbirtained Rev. and Mrs. L. Kiftghia .and .little sbn at six o'citjck dinner Tuesday cvennig. . Mr.. and Mrs. Erwin Wetzel .an4;4aUghtej* and Mr. and Mrs. Heri'ry' Hartwell were Sunday dinjicr.guests of Mrs. Lydia Wet- .Saturday at the M. E. Blanchard home for several days .visH.'with relatives here. Mrs. Rob'erts is a sister of Mr. Blanch- _ard»M-'.-"•-'• • •. ''." ]^ Thompson, West DCS, came Wednesday to the hbrrie.'ctf his grandparents, the M. E. Blanphards, .for an overnight ' - -;M; which' m'jSy.-BeYhaa'for .'the -ask-' • ' Raymond Nelson and Mrs. Lillian^'Stangl. and two children spcntv^Thursday at:,the home of theif Sister-Mrs. Maynard Kueck of SWcsa City. - Mn and -Mrs. Fred Genrich entertained Mr. and Mrs. Alf Jor- genscn.and family Tuesday at! dinner. .-: The, occasion was Mrs. Jorgehsen's birthday. •i Supt. . : and Mrs. L. E. Hutzcll and .family spent from Friday to Tuesday,'last' week at the homo of Mrs. Hutzell's parents, the Alfred Standings at Earlham. New Years day guests at the George Pettit home Were Mr. and Mrs. .Edwin Howe of Emmets- 4nirg', the Glen Householders and the Hlldreth Pettits of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trask and daughter Elaine. of Minneapolis, Mr. sn< Mrs. Willis Shockey of Redwood Falls, and Mrs. Minnie Roberts of Lake Crystal, Minn., The American Legion Auxiliary 1 held its meeting on January 2 at the home of Mrs. Fred Genrich. The next meeting will bo February 6 at the home of Mrs. Ernest Jensen, Mr.' and Mrs. Clifford Mueller entertained at Sunday evening dinner in honor of their daughter Barbara Ann's seventh birthday. Guests were the Dick Jcntz family of Fcnlon. Miss Elva Ewoldt and Miss Jessie Smith of Algona spent Sunday at the Joe Culbcrtson home. Mr, and Mrs. Arden Hovey and family spent Thursday evening at the Culbertsons. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dacken and son Vern, Mrs. Beulah Montgomery and Susan, and Mrs. Paul DC Long visited Sunday at the homo of Rev. and Mrs. Russell Dacken of Sibley. Mrs. Alf Jprgcnsen entertained at dinner Friday evening in honor of her little niece, Mary Lou,- ise Ehrhardt. Guests were Mrs. Beulah Montgomery and daughter Susan and Miss Helen McMahon. Mr. and Mrs, I. W. Nelson received a phone call from their son Harold, S. M. 3-c., Thursday night. He was in Seattle, Wash., but was shipping out again on Jan. 6. He-is on a ship that brings troops from Okinawa. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mr. iind Mrs. Roger Jensen. Mrs. Dean Jergenson and son, and Helen Sprank spent Sunday at tho Robert Ackerman home at Burt. Tho Earl Ackennans visited at the Frank Flaigs Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence New- hrough entertained at dinner on Wednesday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Mr. and. Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Mrs. John Newbrough and Johnnie and Janet, and Mcrvin Thompson, West DCS Moines. A family dinner was held -_ew Year's day at the. Fred Schmidt home, those attending were Mrs. Schmidt's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Lem Marlow, Jack Marlow S. M. 3-c., Mrs. John Newbrough and children, Mr. and Mrs. Eldttn, Marlow and family, P ; at MaflbW and Miss Viola Leudtke. Iowa has 299 public libraries, Report of Condition of FARMERS STATE BANK organized under the laws of Iowa, located at LuVernc, Kossuth county, at the close of business on December 31, 194S. RESOURCES .;.;.'•. Cash, due from banks, and cash items in process •->.-,'.• of. collection : $237,339.63 United States Government obligations direct '.•: and guaranteed 531,132.72 Loans find discounts 179,605.26 Overdrafts 98,47 Ranking House .-, :..'. 3.718.8B Furniture and Fixtures 602.18 Totnl Resources $958,407.04 LIABILITIES Deposits subject to check ...$654,734.30 Savings deposits 111,582.1.9 Time certificates of cicpnsil 36,859.68 ";thcr deposits (certified and cashier's checks etc.) 3,720.08 U. S. Deposits War Loan Account 95,812.36 Total Deposits $902,709.51 - : V CAPITAL ACCOUNTS - V Capital . Common Stock $25,000.00 25,000.00 Surplus fund ...............:.... 17,500.00 Undivided profits (after deducting expenses).... 13,287.53 Total Capital Accounts ...$55,787.53 /Total Liabilities and Capital Accounts ,.... $958,497.04 STATE OF IOWA Kossuth County, ss. .'•••••-;• We. J. A. Nelson, President, and D. M. Lindebak, Cashier, of the bank fabove named, do solmenly swear that the foregoing statement is full, true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. J. A. NELSON, President (SEAL) D. M. LINDEBAK, Cashier Sworn to and subscribed before me by J. A. Nelson and D. M. Linrlcbak, this 2nd day of January, 1946. (SEAL) JOE E. LYNCH, Notary Public in and for Kossuth County. ATTESTED BY—LAWRENCE MILLER., A. A. SCHIPULL, J. 0. MARTY, G. S. BUCHANAN, HAROLD P. SORENSON, Directors. Here It Is, Fplks! Wood '' " ' ' ''' tl*: *•-•- ---/;,.* '*»jix,vs R*rii Flotttr trwil <»v»ri mor* !Ff- : 'WIifl 1 *W'}««i!*f Wlf.f *l?-V>*•-* jyrt •i.»Wim^l^w^Mwfi*J»* y^||i^ilf^;4fw»f»';%» it PH^i '.--•TWTI .:»T» ;-•• fmyft. '?*"**.i"wll?P* WS*^;V' •?*•- tt ItW : y«w ^SfcpS^»^^i^^{S^^^^^*S^I^*Si y^j ^BS^'?.||S^W -Kv A •ft •is£sfi®fis5*-:,v' ; v r -Sil" -j .-V i " ^psr^' : li * •^ •Ppultry House,'".' and'-was written '•by: ^people' wh'o .Vis.'Itcd •farms' r ',all ovCr ; .Iowa, Minnesota'.;. a,rid." o.tnfer stfftes.-,-^SQme "of "th6ir •• reports- on mod.el po'ultry houses : have ..-. ip- pe'argd in. na.tiohal .farm , inaga- 'zsincs,. '-'Hthlnk '.-It-is the/best/sum- nifiry^ I. have seen <?f recbnirncnd- a)iort5 ;by agrictilturai : college ^ex- HcrlS;,: and resu.lls '; pccuved • by. pjb'- 'gres^iyc >f d'rmcVs. ..' ( .-;. '.;:' ,.--.. "i .H. V}' This '.'bookliit ' cbnfairts :-a ^discu's- slon ."of ,.,veh tilatiori .^rt'd ,insu|p ti<jh, \it\ih for ^wood 1 Cnst^uction tarid /tile ^br^masbriry. It tallra'kpout.'elirhlrij- 'aiing c6ld; dan^^^rflbor^i'i ij/apor Barriers; -dhe" ^jise^ and.' of thel' house,,. r lt;:s^eni§ that house:" ibuilt as nearly: .square possible -aYpids waste/ pf;- mater- igls bnd heat. The long; .narrow hoijse. ;: 'can i^c partilidne'd, >in \hc center; to s make two, "nearly; square rponis. This separ^lion provides a rheans /of "segr.egating; the,, 1 birds, '' flock. ;;iiisteaH of only,* one. .parti- fion, put; in 1 ,two,; to (pake a na.r- row hall in the'centcr.of the puildr ingi Here; feed, eggsi and supplies can 'be stored. A few handy shelves provide, space rfor medicine,. :egg cartons, etc- I was particularly in-f tcrested in the discussion .of a Storage clbsctja,nd '(ec.d bin.'.Thij scrri'e^, to mo a very sensibi^vio^, [t does away with a lot''of hauling, pantlcularly,desirable 'in w|nter wh'en'snow' drifts' ;ate -five-ieet deep. Insulated walls a.n4'floor,'of course,; prevent .stored, eggs from freezing,' and lessen the qhahce>pf moulding or caking at feed,. It's surprising .what good. Jhsula,tion and tight, construction, will, do in /he way of, keeping up inside tern-- aeratures. instead of ,'?5 degrees, ihe Hight, welWnsul^tw.bHUdlng may be 50 degrees s or more. TWs ine^ns , healthy, produetjve * bir^s; and Wink how, <mych 'more - com? ifprlable it : 4s4qdo chords,-' • ,,<! notice that 1 sq; f^ of wm49w for'25 sq. ffc of flppr sp^e is • ad?quafe. The, trentj >e nway froin 9S WHOJ: " ,. thoMgblwe netdtfl, '..i,,,. steesJ 9f..cpwwtrating the. dpws. on the puUv sjfe, - CLEARANCE w -, 31 COATS • ONE RAlK-DRESSES-H PRICE ALL WOMENi WINTER HATS • • $1.00 ALLpMEN'S SWEATERS, SKIRTS, BLOUSES, 20% OFF ALL REMAINING TOYS AND CHRISTMAS GIFT SETS ViPRICE ALL WOMEN'S SHOES, FORMERLY NON>RAT!ONED VALUES TO $4.69, CHOICE $2.50 ALL BEDROOM SLIPPERS REDUCED 20 * mm ''Him .r?=s«Si a maximum crowd at this sale, we will every two hows. * Be here to get theie - , ••• •^->58ff«-'K*^tfS|!^S '• - ^wysisgs^* ^Mm^:^^,

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