The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1946 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 8, 1946
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TUESDAY, OCT. 8, 1946 / *?* • < • ;««• «. ^r •' :*rV y .' ' > ',"77"V —--- weal fvents Barbara Pool it assisting with tho second and third grade teach-' Ing at Third Ward. Mrs. John Haggard, has been Siftk with the flu the past fortnight but is now recovering, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawcolt went to the Okobojis Thursday and will remain for a couple of weeks. William Pcch, employee of Per- clval Motors, is attending the Bear .{Factory Mechanic School at Rock .Island, 111. 5 l)r. and Mrs. Forest Calry, Sioux City, came to attend the funeral iservices Monday at Livermore for ^Charles Raney. I Wallace Roscoe, a freshman at iMorningside college, spent the .weekend with his .parents Mr. and Mrs. Prank Roscoe. • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox and family ppcnt Sunday at Bancroft with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Baislou parents of Mrs. Fox. c Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hanna speni r-Sunday at Lake Mills, . where they attended the wedding of his LARD WE WILL BUY YOUR HOME- RENDERED LAHD IN ANY QUANTITY. BRING IT IN! Algona Baking Co. Bakers Of "Honey Krust" Bakery Products liece Beverly Hanna. Mrs. R. j .Harrington spent the .veokend at Des Moines with Mr. Harrington who is with the veter- >ns administration there. Jane Creizmeyer.who is teaching at Austin, Minn., spent the weekend here with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer. Mis. Kerniii Burils returned lo her home at Waterloo last week, following a visit with her father Adam Steinman and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. VV. . F. Scholes, Council Bluffs, recently visited their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hicks,, a few days. Mrs. Arthur Glaser went to Mitchell, S. D., last Tuesday to visit her sister Mrs. Stephen Clustka. She planned to be gone a week. Mrs. F. J. Biggins, who has been ill with a heart ailment the past several weeks, is improving somewhat .but is still confined to her bed. The Ed Wolcott family attended the Iowa-Purdue football game at Iowa City. This was also a birthday celebration for Mr. Wolcott. Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Amunson returned Tuesday from a three- day meeting of the North Central Congress for Advanced Optometry at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Nielandei returned today to their home in Spring Valley, Minn., after visit- their Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Buhr. Mrs. Helen Paxson fell Thursday evening and broke her right wrist. She had been for a ride and stumbled over the old hitching clock on the terrace at her homo. Mrs. Harold Hlitclilns, after five months of being bedfast, following a fall from the porch in Which she suffered a broken hip, is now on crutches and is making satisfactory progress, Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Hemmingsen returned today from Worthington, Minn., where they visited the letter's parents. Mrs. Hemmingsen had been there sinoc Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chase have been^isiting here the past week. They spend the summers at Spirit Lake, but expect to return to Long Beach, Calif., some time in November. Paul James went to Waterloo Sunday on .business. He was accompanied by his father-in-law Adam Steinman, who remained for a visit with his daughter Mrs. iCermit Burtis. Mrs. Don Memmingson went to Worthington, Minn., Thursday to visit her parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. A, Slater. Mr. Hemmingson joined her for the weekend and Drought her home. Pvl. Alfred Coleman is now stationed in Yokohama, Japan,' with the llth air division. He is the son of Mrs. Frank Stebritz,' ^nd visited at home shortly be- 'forc he went overseas. | Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs weni' to Chicago Friday to visit their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and ' Mrs. Don Grettie. Mr. Vohs will return in a week but Mrs. Vohs will remain for a fortnight. | Kathryn Schoby, daughter of ..ALGONA UPPEll DES MOINES, ALGONA, IOWA- were overnight guests of Mr. anr' Mrs. Claude Smith. From there they went to Madison, Wis., and spent the week end with Mr. anc Mrs. J. C. Stewart, former Algona ns. Harvey Reid and his brother Raymond went to Des Moinec .Sunday to .bring home Mrs. Harvey Reid who had been 'at a hospital for observation and treatment. She has been sick with a gall bladder ailment which will require surgery later. Mrs. Mary Dudek, mother of Mrs. Clara Craft, and Mrs. Frances Grantham, is a patient at St. Mary's hospital, Rochestcr.where she has been for about ten days. Mrs. Grantham has been with her and Mrs. Craft spent the week-end there. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gingerich went to Waterloo Thursday to attend the Dairy Cattle Congress. During their absence Mrs. Gingerich's mother Mrs. A. A. Dreyer of Lotts Creek remained with the family. The Gingeriches returned Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow went to Cedar Rapids last Monday where the former transacted business. Since then, Mr. Gran- /.ow has been confined to his -PAGE home with the flu but is recovering and expects lo resume his work in a few more days. Mrs. L. W. Gillespie, with her sister Mrs. George Manus, Hurt, attended a miscellaneous shower given at the Legion hall in Corwith last Saturday for Mrs. Paul Puffer, a recent bride. One hundred guests were present. Mrs. F. G. Bulls recenlly accompanied Mr. and Mrs. William Wirtjes and family of Lakota on a trip to Colorado Springs, Colo., where they visited a sister and brother of Mrs. Butts and Mr. Wirtjes. They drove through by car and made, the trip in ten days. Mrs. Anna Jarvi, Bremerlon, Wash., Mrs. Jay Hohn, Helena, Mont., and Mrs. Percy Sundberg, Anaconda, Wash., arrived last week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lee. The women are sisters of Mrs. Lee and it has been 11 years since all have been together. Charlotte, daughter of Mrs. Antone Johnson, is spending this week with her mother, but will return to Chicago to resume her nursing studies. She has been with her mother during the illness and death of her father at Boone. Mrs. Johnson will continue to make her home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs, Roger Larson, Iowa City, are parents of their first child,.a son born last week. Roger, a former Titonka boy, is a brother of Arlo Larson. served 3'A years in the navylnd ' is now taking law ' ing since Sunday with nephew T. H. Chrischilles. _ _ _-. , . - Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Taylor re-1 c - R - Schoby, is clerking in the cently returned from Des Moines clru S department at the Lusby & where they spent a week with Glossl store. Bernice Johnson their daughter and son-in-law and Lucile Birner of Wesley are waitresses at the luncheonette REPORT OF CONDITION OF IOWA STATE BANK of Algona, Iowa, at the close of business September 30, 1946, a State banking institution organized and operating under the banking laws of this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Pub- 1. 2. _ , . - , ..- w -—»_.,..* -«.v*»._n_ivv, tJJOt^Jlll, J. UU lished in accordance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District ASSETS Loans and discounts (including $6086.45 overdrafts) <fi 791 noi oo TT •! J r»i l f~l T ' «A,UOI.OO united States Government obligations, direct and . _ guaranteed __J ; 2,995,464.92 fO. Stock of Federal Reserve bank _ ' s'ooo 00 ;."G. Cash, balances with other banks, including re-serve balance, and cash items in process of collec- •:,. tj 0 "*' . 1,483,175.51 •, t i. Bank premises owned 15,000.00 TOTAL ASSETS -- ----------- ^5,217,72,51 33. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ______________________________ $446073034 14. Time deposits Of individuals, partnerships, and V corporations. ________ ........ _______________ 454301 15. Deposits of United States Government (Including ' \i postal savings) --------------- ....... __. 385844 jlO. Deposits of States and political subdivisions— "I" 509*116 38 , .,, Deposits of .banks.•._.y-»_____,~__^_L~L"_"_I"_~HI"~ "^•A-'PJ-J?? 1 '^° s il£ ^certified.and 1 officers' checksy^eTc^ ID. TOTAL DEPOSITS _• __" CAPITAL ACCQufrfs 53,15s98 .14 383 73 25. 20. 27. Surplus* — " * 50 ' 000 - 00 Surplus ;..._ 50.000.00 Undivided profits • , ,- 71)934143 AC- 2,1. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 30,; TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL COUNTS "This bank's capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of $ 50.000 00 MEMORANDA 31... Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book value)(a) U. S. Government obligations .direct and guaranteed, pledged to secure deposits and other liabilities < 32. Secured and preferred liabilities: : (a) Deposits secured by pledged assets pursuant to ; requirements of law ... ; 385844 Hf,-Mh H ; k, Gi J. more ' Cashier of the.above-namecf bYnk, hereby'cevand: belief ° VC stalement 1S true to the b( *t of my knowledge H. L. GILMORE, Cashier. R, H. MILLER, L. E. LINNAN, „..,._ M. H. Falkenhainer, Directors. State of Iowa, County of Kossuth ss: > to and subscribed before me this 2nd day of October, LOUISE MAGNUSON, Notary Public. bar. Mrs. Harry Hargreaves visited from Wednesday until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carmody, Whittemore, and with her husband's parents, Mr. • and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves, Algona. Paul James look several head of cattle to Waterloo to enter' them at the Cattle Congress. While in the city he was a guest of his sister-in-law and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Burtis. Mrs. Merle Cooper and little son Ronald arrived last Tuesday from Miami, Fla., where they had been located ..a year and a half. It will be at least another week before Merle receives his discharge at Jacksonville, Fla. T. H. Chrischilles, Frank Huxtable, Dr. Karl Hoffmann, Dr. C. C. Shierk and D. E. Dewel attended the Kiwanis convention at Marshalltown last week. 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