The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1967 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 20, 1967
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Upper Des Moines Thursday, July 70, 1967 Name Board For St. John's At Bancroft A board of education for St. John's school was elected Sun- ' day, as an organized movement to combine ideas of the pastor, school faculty and lay people of the parish for continual improvement of school affairs. With the approval of the Bishop and diocesan superintendent of schools the present by-laws were inaugurated. By-laws were studied from schools such as Corpus Cnristi, Fort Dodge, Marquette University in Milwaukee and Portland, Ore. A local steering committee was selected by the executive committee of the Home and School Assoc., who later named a nominating committee. This group submitted prospective names which were voted on by written ballot at all masses Sunday. Elected were La-.rrence Walsh, Mrs. George Merron, Tom Bettering, Don De~en and Harold Menke. The board will meet on a regularly scheduled basis, and islll assist L- determininc school policy. Servicemen SAN DEGO, CALIF. - Marine Private Russsi L. Shaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon L. Shaw of Route I, Algous., Iowa, was graduated iron: eight weeks of recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot here. Kr will nowunaerro about three weeks of individual combat training and then, after leave at home, will report to his first Marine Corps assignment. * * USS ELDORADO- Electronics Technician Third Class Thomas J. 7.augg, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius E. Zaugg of 322 S. Smith St., Algona, participated in landing of Marines and equipment during an amphibious assault operation, while serving as a crewmember aboard the amphibious force flagship Eldorado. The operation took place in the Quang Tri and Thua Tien Provinces, the northermost provinces of South Vietnam. Prior to landing, fast Navy patrol boats went inshore to clear the landing area of junks and sampans, then remained nearby to block possible enemy infiltration by sea. * * FT. LEWIS, WASH. - Cadet Eugene A. Gardner, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M, Gardner, Route 2, Algona, is attending Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps summer camp at Ft. Lewis, Wash., which began June 16. Gardner is a student at South Dakota State University. Ke is receiving six weeks of training in leadership, rifle marksmanship, physical conditioning and other military subjects. Upon successful completion of summer camp and graduation from college, he will be 'commissioned a second lieutenant in the U. S. Army. Cadet Gardner graduate: from Bun Community Hich School. REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE SECURITY STATE BANK if AIycr.2 ;.-. :he State a! Iowa tl the clou of buiineu on June 30, IS6T. ASSETS ] Cash, bslsr.ccs v. ;th other bsr.ks. sr.d c^sh it^ms ;r. T-raresr cf collection S 5"1,2"4.97 i 'Cr.'.-.a-i Suits Govtrr.mer.t obligations 1.147.422.39 S. Ot;:rs:jD,-.s cf States and political subdivisions 325,631.44 - Securities c.: Federal agencies and corporations 1,116.806.83 f Other se-c'jnuef 'including $30,000.00 corporate stocks) „ 30.000.00 7. O'.her Joans snrt tiisco'Jfits — 4,407,216.42 i-'r. premises, furniture and fixtures, and ot-itr assets representing bank premises 64.790.35 :: Other assets 14.116.84 -$7,677.259.29 LIABILITIES 15 Dtrr.and deposits cf individuals, partnerships, and corporations - 3,035,075.51 14. j i.Tie snc savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, Dnc corporations 2,666,525.44 15. Deposits of United Slates Government 12018391 15. Deposits ol States and political subdivisions 1,297.01258 IB- Deposits of commercial banks 195.15 IE Certified and officers' checks, etc. . 3698078 20. TOTAL DEPOSITS $7,155,973.05 (a! Total demand deposits $3.679,472.31 (bi Tciol time and savings deposits 53,476,500.74 25. TOTAL LIABILITIES ................................... $7,155,973.05 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 26. (c) Common stork— lotal par value ____ . 20000000 No. shares authorized 20,000 No. shares oustanding 20,000 27. Surplus - ..................... _________________ ..... _____ 20000000 28. Undivided profits _____________________ ~ __ "IIIIIIIIII" 12l'286'.24 30. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _______ ..... . ........ ..„„ 521,286 .24 31. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ___ ..$7,677,259.29 MEMORANDA 1. Average of totaj deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date _______ 2. Average of total loans for the 15 calendar'daVs ending with call dnte 4 446 '35 81 ' '" ' of l",1,, as t Sh ° W " ' n llem 7 of "A"" 5 " are'aYteV "deducTion of valuation reserves of .. _ correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. C. W. Conn, President Fred A. Diekmann, Jr Cashier „ .... Correct— Attest: vr, mdc ' bak L O. Miller ) Dale Auld A. A. Schipull ) Directors. State ol Iowa. County of Kossuth Hida vTjLMv a '\ d w« iUbBC H lb , e ? be l° re me tnis 12th aaj or Jul>. 1%7. ar.d 1 hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bin* My commission expires July 4, 1%9 AJm E. Keiley, Notary Public America the Beautiful... Is Everybody's Job It's the job of every family that spreads a picnic on a roadside table. It's the job of every boatman who cruises the: lakes and waterways. Every driver, every walker, every flier. That's why our Association throws its wholehearted support each year into the Keep America Beautiful campaign. L" Lovely country we have here. Let's keep it that wuy. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC P.O. BOX. 159. OSCE.OLA, IOWA JOIN THE WINNERS AT SWANSON'S ! UNLIMITED! ,CASH EVERY WEEK- 4 CASH PRIZES EACH WEEK TOTAL IS NOW COFFEE ALL FLAVORS ROYAL GELATIN WATER firur looib. SOFTENER 17 L M 3 baq FAMILY SIZE BOXES WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANITIES. 1st PRIZE - $25.00, 2nd - $15.00, 3rd - $10.00 JACKPOT IS NOW $225.00 Winning jackpot numbers will be posted each Monday. Bonus jackpot cards given with each $5.00 purchase. ALL MONIES NOT CLAIMED EACH WEEK WILL BE ADDED TO JACKPOT Jackpot Game is Given in Algona Store Only DEL MONTE A REG TUNA 3 ADAM^nROZEN" ' ORANGE JUICE O 6 OZ. CAN - FREE SAMPLES FRI. & SAT. ! ! KITTY CLOVER POTATO CHIPS TWIN PAC BAG REG. 59c HUNT'S CATSUP 26 oz. bottles AD PRICES GOOD THRU WED. f JULY 26 ! VAN CAMP PORK 'N BEANS SEEDLESS GRAPES 5 NO. 2 Y| CANS | •SS^ FL * V !1 S ICE ••••••• ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I CALIFORNIA ELBERTA PEACHES Tray of 8 CABBAGE AN EMPLOYEE OWNED STORE PLENTY OF FREE PARKING ! —— WILDERNESS PIE MIX APPLE - RAISIN - LEMON - FRENCH APPLE Big No. 2 cans DISCOUNTED HEALTH AND BEAUTY AIDS: '. TAME CREME RINSE REG. $1.59 BOTTLE PEPSODENT TOOTH PASTE FAMILY SIZE TUBE GILLETTE'S FOAMY SHAVE CREAM >->.i± Wi REG. 98c CAN LOIN END PORK ROASTS ib. CHOPPED PORK LUNCH MEAT ICE CREAM CONES 48 cf. box ••••••••••••••••••••••••i FRESH PORK LIVER TENDERLOIN LB GET 50c FREE WITH THE PURCHASE OF: ARMOUR STAR ENERS ALL MEAT LB. PKG. DIXIE CUP DISPENSER 30 CUP PKG. (complete details in our meat dept.) CUKES Each WEST PAC FROZEN BROWN GOLDEN POPPY STRAWBERRIES PEACHES SHOP IN AIR-COOLEP COMFQR 10 oz. boxes ,<« Kj „. - i -v vi ,, w ii'*SBta i 21/2 cans Thursday, July 20, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper DM Moitm-5 Miss Kennedy To Be Feted At St. Joe ST. JOE - Nancy Jean Kennedy will be honored at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's hall Sunday, July 23, at 1:30 p.m., with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. Miss Kennedy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kennedy of Fairmont, formerly of Bancroft, will be the bride of Kenneth Thilges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thilges, St. Joe. An Aug. 12 wedding is planned in St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner were Monday callers in the home of an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Eischen, St. Benedict. Eldon Erpelding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Ronald Frideres, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Frideres returned home Sunday from six month's National Guard training. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bormann are parents of a daughter born July 14 in Mercy Hospital, Ft. Dodge. The Bormanns also have two sons. Mrs. Anna Bormann, Livermore, is the paternal grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bormann are parents of twins, a girl Jennifer and a boy Jeffrey, born July 13 in St Ann Hospital, Algona. This makes three girls five boys in the Bormann family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann, St. Joe, are paternal grandparents. A Bormann family reunion will be held this Wednesday evening at the Fairgrounds in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Mathew O'Connor, Parsons, Kans., are visiting with relatives several days this week. The K.C. and C.D.A. family picnic was held Sunday on St. Joseph's parish grounds with dinner at noon. Games and contests were held, with Mrs. Herb Kayser and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas receiving the travel card bingo prizes. Mrs. Orville Wagner accompanied Mrs. Frank Stattelman and son Gary to Iowa City Thursday where Gary had an appointment at the Children's Hospital. They also visited at the home of Mrs. Wagner's daughter and son- in-law, the Lee Nepples and son. Lori Becker and Marilyn Mason, Humboldt, returned home Sunday after a week's vacation spent at Estes Park, Colo. Miss Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Becker, is employed at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Doakes and Nita Sue, Ogden, were Monday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner. The Doakes formerly lived here. Sister Romelda.Sebeka, Minn., and Sister Leonia, St. Cloud, Minn., left here Friday after a week's visit in the home of cousins, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire. Richard Anthony, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold nig, was baptized by Rev. L.C. Schumacher Sunday in St. Joseph's church with Edward nig and Lucille nig as sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Arndorfer, St. Benedict, and Mrs. Rosalia nig, St. Joe, are the grandparents. | LuVERNE =s Mrs. C. W. Bjustrom i Bill Wickett and son Steve are spending a few days in the Bryce Wickett cabin at Woman Lake, Minn. Mrs. Wilma Baskervllle left Monday for Wells, Minn, where she was to meet friends of hers from Los Angeles, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. BUI Markus and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mills. Rev. and Mrs. Don McKelvey and Debra, Park Ridge, m., were guests of Rev. and Mrs. Roy Biesemeyer Thursday. The Humboldt sub-district youth council met in Livermore Sunday. Rev. Roy Biesemeyer is the sub-district director. Douglas Nelson and Danny Block were representatives from Lu Verne Methodist church. They planned their year's program and had a sack supper and the Biesemeyer's served punch. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schipull took their two grandchildren, Craig and Larry, to Strawberry Point Sunday where they met Schipull's daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harvard Stewart, parents of Craig and Larry, and had a picnic at Back Bone State Park. The boys have been visiting their grandparents the past week. Now you WASH AWAY OILY STAINS in NO-IRON SPORT SHIRTS ' 4 Short Sleeve EXCLUSIVE 'SOIL RELEASE' FABRIC A Ddcron (ru polyester/cotton broadcloth shirt that you machine wash under normal conditions and soil and stains disappear. Of course, these shirts are Endura-Press lR) so they never wrinkle, never need ironing. Spread collar, short sleeves* White and colors. S, M, I, XL. Even the price is practical I Charge It and Save, too at S & L

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