The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1946 · Page 7
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% *V*Wi*«v|i f fl?S^ P" AGfe FOUR JOSEPH GRAHAM OF BURT MARRIED TO DENVER GIRL ': Burt: Joseph Graham and his fiance Dorothy Jordan, Denver, Colo., arrived last week Monday for a visit, at the home of the for- rtier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay £>. Graham. Sunday afternoon at 1:30 p. m. the two were married at the Graham home, the Rev. C. B. Mitchell, Titonka, performing the ceremony. They were attended by the sister and 'brother of the bridegroom, Mrs. Jovce Graves and Pvt. Melvin Graham. Mrs. (!len Grahnm. Mason City, played the wedding march. Following the ceremony 1-1 wedding dinner was served. Guests present included Mr. and Mrs. John Emmort and family, the Kenneth Graham and Glenn Graham families, all of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wille, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow. The bridefiroom is a graduate of the Burt high school. He lived near Denver. Colo., for a time before entering the U. S. navy, in which he served more than three years, receiving his discharge only a few weeks ago. He served in the Atlantic theatre. Ringsdorf in Hospilal Will Rinsdorf was taken to the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge a week ago Monday by his son, Donald, where he underwent an operation on Tuesday. Mrs. Ringsdorf and Donald went down Tuesday. W. S. C. S. Plans The Methodist W. S. C. S. executive board met Friday afternoon nt the home of the new president, Mrs. W. J. Lockwood, to make plans for next year's work. The regular monthly W. S. C. S. meeting will be held at the home of the new president, Mrs. W. J. Lockwood, to make plans for next year's work. The regular monthly W. S. C. S. meeting will be held at the church Wednesday afternoon, January 2, with Mrs. \\'m. Batt, Mrs. Walter Campney, and Mrs. W. R. C'hafee as hostesses. The new officers will have charge of the program. Home for Holidays Lorena Riebhoff, who teaches at Dakota City, and her brother John, who is a student at Morningside colege, both arrived Friday evening to spend a two weeks vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff. The Riebhoffs spent Christmas day with Mrs. Riebhoffs mother, Mrs. John R. Johnson, near Lakota. Mary Jean Rut-hut, who touches at Lake Park, is spending the Christmas vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rachut. RM 1-c. Homer Bristow arrived Thursday from Florida to spend a furlough with his parents, Mi-, and Mrs. Clyde Bristow. A family dinner was held at the Bristow home Christmas day, at w.iich Lt. nnd Mrs. Ralph Bristow, the Charles Lappes, the Mervin Brislows, Algona, wore also present. Mr. and Mrs. Carver Smith arrived Saturday from Ventura, Calif., to spend a week with Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith. Carver received his discharge from the army only a few weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Carver Smith were dinner guests of Major and Mrs. Hutton at the officers' club at the P. W. camp Wednesday evening. The Don Mitchells attended a family reunion at the home of Mrs. Mitchell's parents, Mi-, and Mrs. L. C. Williams at Lone Rock Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney went to Varina Thursday, where they attended a wedding. They spent the night with friends at Palmer and came home Friday. Mary Peters, who leaches at Elgin, 111., arrived Sunday for a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Peters. The Rebekah lodge had a Christmas party after the regular meeting Thursday evening. Pvt. Melvin Graham arrived Sunday from a camp near Denver, Colo., to spend a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Graham. Margaret Nelson Is spending a Christmas furlough with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Nelson. She is a technician in the medical division and is stationed at a hospital in Battle Creek, Mich. Corp Richard Groan- arrived last Thursday from Harlingen, Tex., to spend an over-Christmas furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Grocn. Mrs. C. H. Schrader, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Schrader, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schrader, Mrs. Stanley Black, and Max Schrader attended the funeral of Mrs. C. H. Schrader's mother Mrs. George Smith at Elmore, Minn., last Friday. Mrs. Schrader had been with her mother several days preceding her death. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schmidt and family, Bode, the Schmidt's son, Vernon, who is at home on furlough from Camp Norman, Okla., and a friend of his George Qelloxson, the R. L. Moores, and Mrs. Andy Phillips and baby, Algona, were Christmas dinner guests at the Paul Moore home. Mrs. Clifford Schrader received a telephone call Saturday evening from her husband, who Jjad jusj arrived at Treasure Is- 6md, Calif., from points in the Pacific. He expected to receive his discharge from the navy and be>'lK>we within a week or two. i Lakota Methodists Have Holiday Party With 40 Attending Lakota: The Methodists held their annual family Christmas party at the church Friday evening and in spite of the severe cold 40 men, women and children attended. Mrs. Haffy Mussman had charge of entertainment which consisted of singing carols, a Christmas story and playing games in Which all took part. A lunch of sandwiches, pickles, cake nnd coffee was served. The Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Cass were given a cash Christmas gift. Happy Birthday was sung for Ruth Thompson whose birthday was the 21st and it was also the 35th wedding anniversary of Mr. nnd Mrs. Otto Happen who received congratulations. The children and families of Mr. and Mrs. Koppen gave them a surprise on Thursday evening when they all gathered at the Koppcn home to help them celebrate the coming anniversary. SURPRISE PARTY FOR FENTON LADY Fen ton: Mrs. Art Mueller was pleasantly surprised Monday evening when a group of ladies came to helo her celebrate her birthday. Five hundred was played with Mrs. Mueller winning high prize, Mrs. Fauerby drasv prize, and Mrs. Holldorf low prize. A lunch was served which was brought by the self invited guests. The ladies also presented Mrs. Mueller with a gift. Mrs. Theesfield Hostess Mrs. Clarence Theesfield entertained members of her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Geoerge Jentz won high score prize and Mrs. Clausen won second high. Home for Christmas Miss Frances Bailey of Denver, Colo., was expected to. arrive in Fenton, Saturday or Sunday, where she. will spend the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lindsey and Charlene went to Elmore Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Lindsey's grandmother. Mrs. Pauline Goetsch, of Rockford, arrived in Fenton Thursday, and will spend- two or three weeks here with relatives. Miss Bertha Rahto left for her home at Jewel, Iowa, where she, wil spend the holidays. Miss Josephine Lund will spend her vacation at her parental home at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel went to' Ellsv.'ovth, Wednesday, to attend the golden wedding of Mr and Mrs. Orville Peterson. Mrs. Newel and Mr. Peterson are cousins. ASKS SUBSCRIBERS' PROMPT RENEWALS The heaviest proportion of yearly subscription renewals t& this paper occur from January first through to March first. Notice of pending expiration of subscription is sent to the sub* scribel' about two weeks before his subscription expires. The week it expires, if renewal has not been made, he will receive a postal card notice to that effect. If renewal is not made then, the paper stops. Because of current paper restrictions, plus the fact that membership in the Audit Bureau of Circulations compels it, no subscriptions are carried beyond expiration by this paper. To insure not missing any copies, and to save us added book- work, prompt renewals will .be appreciated. Postage paid envelopes are provided in the first notice of expiration for this purpose. All you have to do is enclose the signed check for the correct amount ($2.50 for one paper, $4 for both, in Kossuth county, or $3.00 for one or $5 for both outside the first postal zone), in the envelope, deposit in a mail box, and Uncle Sam will do the rest. Corwith Principal To New Post In Navy Swea City: Residents of the Corwith-Lu Verne communities will be interested to learn of the recent promotion of a former Corwith high school principal, J. Francis Kee. Leaving Corwith in 1939 to take a position as history instructor in the Mason City high school, Mr. Kee next accepted a commission as lieutenant (j. g.) in the navy. After two years of sea duty on a Liberty ship he was appointed head of the navy's V-12 program at Wilh'amette university at Salem, Ore. Since the recent curtaiU ment of thg V-12 program, Mr. Kee has received notice that he has been appointed history instructor in the preparatory department of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis. His wife will remain with her mother at Marion, la"., until suitable living quarters are obtained in Maryland. . New Court Action One new court case was [iled this week, that of Bertha I. Kruc- ger vs. Alfred E. Jones, a petition at law over an oral agreement. The plaintiff asks a judgment for $1200. ( Over 4000 FAMILIES a week read The Upper Des Moines. OFFICE SUPPLIES •-^-' A- good stock on hand, getting'larger every clay. Fill your needs at The Algona Upper Des Moines office. Iowa; in 1944, manufactured 290^48,209 jiouhds of dairy pro* duets. (Th*6re will be an Increase for 1645,) ..-.-. low% weekly newspapers have ft circlilation of more thnn 728,00(0. INVITATION ?e BIDDERS Diesel EfWifte <3Wm«ating Uitft Algona, Iowa 1946 TO WHOM It WAV CONCfeRN: Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will >ro received by Adah Carlson,. City Clerk fli the City of Algoftn, loWa, at her office in the City hall in said City urttil 8.'00 o'clock p. m. Central Standard Time on January 31, 1946, for furnishing a Diesel engine generating unit in accordance with the terms of certain Specifications and Contract Documents pertaining thereto which are How on file in the office of the City Clerk, and toy this reference made a part of this Notice, and which documents are ope'n to examination by any interested person. The City Council Will meet in the council chamber of the City Hall at said—time to conduct a hearing upon said Contract Documents and, immediately upon the conclusion of said hearing, to publicly open, read and act upon such sealed written proposals as may have been received by the Clerk. Any bid received after closing time will be returned unopened. • ; Specifications, proposal and contract documents desired for the purpose of bidding may be obtained from the City Clerk, Algona, Iowa. No depbsit will be required. '••;•', ' Bidders are required to use the printed forms which are contain ed in the Contract Documents Each proposal shall be accom panied in a separate sealed en velope by a certified check issued on some solvent 'bank in ai amount not less than five pei cent (5%) of the bid which it ac companies. Said check shall be made payable to the City of Algona, Iowa, and shall be filed by the bidder as security that, i awarded the contract, he will.en ter into contract in the prescrib ed form and furnish the requirec surety bond in amount equal to the contract sum on or before ten (10) days after said award, and failing to do so said check, 01 cash derived from the cashing thereof, shall be retained by the City as agreed liquidated damages. The City reserves the right to reject any or all bids, as well as to determine which is lowest and best bid. By virtue of statutory authority, a preference will be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced in the State of Iowa, and preference shall be given to.Iowa domestic labor. , Published•• upon order of ''the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, pursuant to a resolution adopted by said council on * \he 2*?lh day'ol ece'nlMer«. 4 , ADAH CARLSON, 17-18 ' City Clerk, NOTICE OF PUBLIC Public Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Algeria, Iowa, '.proposes tb enter Into a contract or contracts for the purchase, jrislSllatiofi flhd erection of improvements i; in connection with " the Municipal Elefctric Plant of the City of Al* gtfnfl, JowfeSSi i< v ;6tt^ 616861 fiflSfhi rSfo* : •;'V.- ••:.;. tfftlf. ; v /..j. And .that there is now oh file in the office 'bi the Clerk of ;th^ City of AlgbnS) tb^a, proposed plans arid specif ieatiohs and forms tif proposals atid .edritract documents which nfe now fnatle a part of this Notice-by this reference Bnd that pursuant to the ' ? Chapter 23 of the of Iowa, '-the City Iowa, had' fixed; ftvSio :'he;arittg flfebft. sald.'^^^^^;^^^^^.-''..^^^ 'pqsia'l fdrins arid f6rmi af • f&ft* tract documents s t8^fikiygJic6 ,be" a fore the ^Qity ddSijwill' Stsfi' fegti- lar meetinl:; therpft t&lM hfeld in the ift$ljri«r City Hfll .WrWe'. Wlfte'Sfst commencing at the' hbUr of 7i3Q o'clock P. M., Central ^tahd theft right :;tff . - fitty-there'W 'tslahs tim ;te said .'i drifts Bi trlei : dpc'umetitsv • r • f STATEMENT OF CONDITION The Algona Federal Savings and Loan Association ALGONA, IOWA After the Close of Business December 31, 1945 ASSETS First Mortgage Loans and Other First Liens on Real Estate $ 889,219.96 Loans on Passbooks and Certificates None Other Loans ; None Properties Sold on Contract None Investments and Securities 460,491.90 Cash on Hand 64^078.10 Office Building anfl Equipment, Less Depreciation 1,636.63 $1,415,426.59 LIABILITIES Members' Share Accounts $1,254,591.56 Shares Pledged on Mortgage Accounts None Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank .• 40,000.00 Borrowed Money None Loans in Process 13,322.01 Other Liabilities *12',436.80 Specific Reserves 2,987.13 General Reserves $79,848.75 U. S. Bond Reserves 8,'230.00 Undivided Profits 4,010.34 92,089.09 $1,415,426.59 "Item includes $12,262,56 dividends declared and payable January 1st, 1946. Your investment in this Association is fully insured up to $5000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. (An Instrumentality of the United States Government,) OFFICERS AND DJBECTORS H. R. Cowan, Pres., M. G. Norton, Vice Pres., C.-R. LaBarre, Sec'y- Treas., Jessie L. Smith, Cashier, Jean Miner, Asst Cashier. Directors: H. R. Cowan, M, G. Norton, C. R. LaBarre, M. P. Weaver, Frank &qh> haas, H. M. Hauberg, W. A. Foster and Hon. G. W. Stillman. IO W »toto/> o/fc, fhe STARTING tflS0-V/S.,. Fastest-starting . . . yes . . . and that means ea'siest-on-the-battery. It also means instant, -;ure cold Weather protection. 0/i KSK^i^^SBSPfl^ • s^^^v.•.^^^^^• losing-Out Sale As I have detided to quit farming, I will Sell the following described property at my farm located 2 miles west, 4|miles south of Algona; 8 miles east and 3 miles north of West Bend; and 9 miles north of Bode, on " •. Thursday, January 10 SALE STARTS AT 1 O'clock LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS ONE SORREL SMOOTH MOUTH GELDING, WEIGHT 1600. 13 Head of Cattle Five cows, fresh 4 to & weeks; 4 year ling calves j .white-faced; 4 calves, white- faced. 7 Head of Hogs, all Feeder S Machinery John Deere B tractor on steel, rubber in frontf A-l condition; John Deer cultivator to fit Model B tractor with sweeps; John Deere 12-in, tractor plow with extra lays, A-l condition; McCormick binder, 8-ft. with tractor hitch J Day? enport roller bearing wagon with triple box; one Ipw^wheel wagon with rack,, high ends well built; 10«ft, Osborne disc; Hayes planter witH 160 rods wire j Bisection drag; seeder with chain and wheel; 2-row John Deere horne cultivator, in good shape; Case manure spreader, ;' - , x ; ;' John Deere 6»ft, mower, DeLaval cVeam separator, ISf^, M '•[' cooling tank; cream cans and pails; hog troughs; chicken coops; 7 cerof nt indw^ troughs; pump jack; 1£ ton steel hoist; tiet of harness and several collars; 4-r wheel trailer; some corn fodder. / < , ^ Miscellaneous; Gas barrel and cans some tools, hay sling, and other things too numerous to mention. . .>.. . Brooder house 10x12, chick Terms j -Cash* or see your banker before •-*,***:

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