The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1961 · Page 3
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Mr and Mrs Efon Nelson ..-., returned from a vacation at Wai ker, Minn. Barbara Lau and Susan Sehuili spent the weekend at Amos with friends at the University.' .Mr and Mrs Leroy*tau wer6 visitcd'Trldny by the pmpntt, Uf and Mrs,William Lau, Gamer, r Mr ,afid Mrs C. (3. Macumtfer had Mr and Mrs Lyle^Ma'r^w of Lone Rock as Sunday caller's Craig Smith' and Dri Daniel Bray arc on a moose hunting trip to Roan Lakc t OritaTio Canada. Mr and Mrs Alfred Seherer had as guests Saturday Mrs Michael Lencrs and children, Swea City. Mr arid Mrs Kenneth Barrish had the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs E. C. Gates, Charles City, as guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gillespie are being visited this wedk hv the latter's cousin, -Wre Davison and his wife of Bismarck; N. D. . •-•• ' Mr and Mrs Herbert Lindquisf. Susan, Polly and Sally were dinner guests Sunday of. Mr ,and. • Mrs Marinus Montenseri at Clear Lake. . •• ', '• Mr and Mrs Chris Haase of Burt were pleased 'to receive anniversary greetings from their friends, Mr and .Mrs Ray Kyhl, Crawfordsville,' Ore. : ' Mr and Mrs J. F. Milder have as guest the former's sister, Margaret 1 • Milder, '0avenpbrt. She will also Visit with.,Mr and MrF C. E. Milder, Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs H. C. Porter came from Spencer Saturday to visit with friends and to .attend funeral services for . Patricia-Esser,, 9, daughter .of .Mr and Mrs Vincent. Esser. i ;•••'. Mr 'and Mrs . Harold Smill were visited. Saturday^, by Mrs Elvin Ray' Moore, Greene, . whx> had accompanied Mr and Mri Ray Hansen, Osage, to attend :th? funeral services for Gary Pentecost. The deceased was, a cousin-of the women. „ ''.•',."•"' . Dr. and Mrs.A. J. Eason wen) to Alton • Wednesday to attend funeral services for the 'former's brother,, George Eason, 73, who. becamfe' sick suddenly Sunday and died Monday. ;' s Another *brp- ther, Ernest Eason; -, Sari'"' Diego, Calif., was present at'the vices. '']'-', i Mr and Mrs Hicha^tHC'a! have moved into the, Henry Becker bungalow on,. North Phillips street. The house 'they vacated on -Diagonal, owned by Gus Rome? is now occupied by Mr,and Mrs> Howard Hehtjes. Mr and Mrs- Art Burris have moved to'''8.. rural home from the house now occupied by the Dallmans. • . . ,-••'• Mr and Mrs Duane Brown, Aurora, Colo,,. became the parents of twin girls, Linda. Diane and Lora Anne, Sept. 27. Mrs Brown is the former, Joan Bacon, Mr and Mrs Carroll Fraser, Burt, became the parents • of twins, a boy -and a girl, Douglas Dean and Debra Jean, Sept. 29. The mothers are step-sisters. Floyd Bacon. Burt, is the father of Mrs Brown and Mrs Bacon is the niother ot Mrs Fraser. Mr and Mrs Perry Phillips have been recently visited by the following relatives: their daughter, Mrs M.'' J. Mikkelson, .former Pauline Phillips, left last week for her home at Longmont, Colo., after an eight day stay here, also Clifton and Clarence Phillips of Spencer were Sunday visitor.' and Tuesday Lloyd Phillips of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs Ben Algoe of Duncorabe, and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kohler of Serena, 111. Doug Wildins were Sunday evening visitors at -Phillips' home. Sheila Sullivan spent the wlek- end at Iowa.$Hy, with ^rlehda 1 , • Mrs Effle .fester was,, dinner guest !|tirtda/, of Mr a'nd'-Mrs Vern Teeter^ ' • ' >, J < 'Br. and Mrs,A. J, Easen-weife 'visited,,fhUfsday> by Mrs foelf Wfckey/jRapfd'City, S. D, .- /< £kEv6lyft Cady had,' M, callers SOHday'iMf and Mrs-C,' A. Paflh- ktikf and,Mrs Margaret 4 Morrow, Fairmont. V T '.' Mr and Mrs' Walt Si'eVerTliavf returned from a three wee;k visit' irt Des Moines with Mr and Mrs MMc Coooer. ,.. Weekend, guests of Mr and **•;. 'Joh^Helmers werte Mr and MfY Pete Helmers and Tony andf m, 1 and Mrs, Don Whitq of SioUx 1 City. . ' •; 'Mrs Art Wiese, was visiied Sunday by Mr and Mrs Pali)' Hudson, Fenton, and .Mr and Mr.s Frank Pruisman.i arid children Blairsburg, , ," , Mrs W, J.' Payrie returned Sun day from visits with .Mr and Mrs' Clyde RidenoUr, Rochester, Minn and Mr- and 'Mrs' Lee Seeber'ger, Mason City. ' Mrs Earl Miller and daughter Marilyn, former residents here now living at Spring Valley, Minn., spent'the Weekend with the former's mother, Mrs C. N. Robinson. • Sunday the ' guests and Mrs -Robinson and Mildred were, dinner, guests of Mr;,and Mrs Keith ; Stephen at Ayrshire. Mf and Mtt Msntv Oudetlan have as guests today and Friday' Mr and Mftj Milb 'Gudefian, Mtrf- neapolis. ' • , . Dr. and MrS' refold Ericksen spent the weekend at Minneapolis '^He former's ^afehtij Mr, ORGANIC SOIL BUlLtlER • ••• ;•„; ;: ; FOR •; .; •; < • Vegetables - Fruit* • Lawns • • "'.;'•-. , 'Gardens - - ;" 'j ; ; . WILL NOT BURN-ODORLESS No Fillers - No Chemicals Where Can You Get More Than Soper-Gro r; .j . •, For Your Money? '.. : CHECK THESE ADVANTAGES • Harmless to foliage, seedling* ' or seed, v .. '• . • ' * . "• •• • Supplies major and minor • . nature'* minerals. • Increased benefits .each ye«r. • 'Long lasting. . , • • More mellow'son* ' ' '.' • Larger root t tractive. • Roots stay alive longer, -\ • Better bean and pea stands. I • Tastier vegetables and frultr • ,•;' 7RY and COMPARE \ MARVIN REDING' LIVERMORE, IOWA (41-42-43) HAMBURGERS BUNS .MIRACLE WHIP ...ALL YOU NEED FOR BETTER BUNWICHES REPORT OF CONDITION ' '• IOWA STATE BANK of Alaona Konulh, Iowa, a member of the Federal, Reierye By»tem, al ihe eloie of bu.lne"» on Beplerober »7, INI. publiihed In accordance with a call rohde by "hei federal Reierve Bank of thl« dUtrlc* pursuant to the provision! ot Jhe Federal Reserve Act. g g 1. Cash,' balances .with other banks, and cash Items In process i 6fl067141 .^ UnUed°sVate8"Oovem"me^robUBit^ .1 Obligations of States and political.subdivisionsi ......-^- r 487,887.18 5. Cprporste. stocks (Including »D,000.00 stock of Federal 7. Bank prcmis 12. TC3TAL ASSETS — -—,'—. 3.843,101.70 lMounTs'TinVlu'dfnB'W l,94l82z.59 *Downed '*88,937 83. furniture ^nd fixtures $49.231.41 138,169.04. n 14. 15 iu' LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations rfrne and savings deposits ^of individuals, partnerships, and D° r p P o 0 s™s'o?\Jnlted"¥tVtVs a^VernmenV^^ Deposits of States and polijical subdivisions , ............. -^ ---'~'" ........ 4.531,852.59 13,219.19 121,013.78 6S4.700.80 50,481.01 2.719.35 TOTAL"DEPOSITS r - - 13,379,988.72 (a) Tolal demand deposits „ — ^5,360,767.83 (b) Total time deposits t 18.219.19 TOTAL LIABILITIES —— -'- 5,375,986.72 Z5. Capital: (a) Commo.. A sU>ck?' tptrtf pat 180,000.00 150.000.00 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ............ : -------- -' ....... 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....... 5.943,101.70 MEMORANDA 31. Ass. ; tc pledged or assigned to secure UabiUUes a n _ d _for other ^ mff)OM 1 i ll! r o p' 5 AaoM"pVeVfdVnt."oYth¥"abbVc-'nained"l)ank" declare thflt 1ni» n^port'oC i-ondition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge an<j blliuf - A. F. Agena, President he ,£S^^ true and ~'^ OUlnow> ,. L . McM , hon) Hugh Raney, H. J. Cowan) Directors, L. E. Llnnan, J. c. Mawdsley) Mrs rlfeieflS. rasabendef," For! Bftdge, Has had 'tecent' surgery oft -' a hand and during ,'cbH' Vfilesdeftce' is with Mr aftd Mr? 'james Mrs. Opal Bfo^n and. friend Mrs Rebels,, ^arnpd, Pla., ard here Visiting frieriSs *• aftd "relatives. Mrs Brewn,- widow , of the latt August Brown, iS'' g6nan, ' Mr and Mrs Mertl Sacsn, Wai* thdm, Minfi., visited last w&k with'tHd' iSaffiftts; Mf afia«lMr¥ Floyd 'Bacon* and Mr and Mfs Henry GudeHan. ' >'.{<<&. Mf and Mrs Don Huictutir) are going to Fort Dodge Friday to meet Mrs May Walker who Is coming from Chicago and \vHP be their Vveekend guest. Mrs Walker is a former Algonan aftd Will fee well remembered. " • **/ " . ' Dr. and Mrs John Kenefick *6- turned Sunday from Big Sandy. .McGregor, Minn., where the"y 'had gone to close their Cottage after having Mr and MrS Wade Sullivan and Mr ahd Mr£ ' lord Shumway as guests. ,' Mr and M"ts tloyi 9hlrl«f arts visit, they will aftive here Oct. Thurtday, October 12, 196t Algono (to.) Upper Da* Motnes-3 f being visited by Mrs .Do-rt Shirley and Reftee^-DbWj^at Mfit and spends the Weekends he during theif extended visit.;.' Mr arid Mrs filcfe Bu«eh*f had as dinner gues'ts Saturday,the Iftt- ter's mother arid Sisters, Mrs A'l Rahe, Becky, and- Mrs Howard Weydert and family, Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Jamas Whitiamore have been visited by Mr and Mfs Donald Knight and children and Mrs Knight's mother, Mrs Op- lander, Bad Bodesberg, Germany. Mr and Mrs Chester Bailey expect Mr and Mrs Ward Graham, Clayton, New Mex,, and Mi* ahd Mrs C. N. Aalfs, Sioux City, for 23. 'Mr find Mrs Ray Kramer and Mr ahd Mrs Leonard , HeUer, Emmetsburg, spent the weekend at La Crosse, wls., Visiting With' the daughter, Rosemary, nt St. Rose Convent. Madonna CJUeh, daughter 01 Mr and Mfs Jt?hh Gisch, came from Mankatd, Mthn^. where she attends the- state college, for a weekend visit with her parents and to attend the band festival. Albert Merit is home from Des Moines where he has been a patient at Veterans Hospital ,.the past few trionths. He had suffered Injuries, In a truck accident. Mrs C. M. Whiiehill accompanied hef sister Mrs Roy Guy, Rehwicki to Sioux Falls, S. D. Friday vMere thfey attended college activities. 'Mrs Guy's son John is a student there. Tho Women came home Saturday. Mrs John Schimmel relumed to Laiirens Tuesday to again be with her daughter, Mrs Dyri Jones, a few;days during her further convalescence from a sickness which hospitalized her in Spencer a couple of weeks. Mr and Mrs John Hayes and Mr and Mrs Harold Sundet have returned from Mill Lac, Minn., where they spent three days with agents from the district who had won prizes in the interests of the State Farm Insurance compan'j*" Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnsorf were visited from Saturday till Monday by Mr and Mrs O. Ji * Simon and daughter Marian Ames. They \Vero joined at dinner Sunday by Mr and Mrs Larry Johnson. Mrs Ari Wiese and her mother, Mrs Johnnna Hanson, spent Friday nt Mason City with Mr and Mrs Harold Davis. Mrs Hanson has been a resident at the Good, Samaritan home there but will spend the winter with Mrs Wicse. IF 1TJ6 NEWS WE WAtf\ .".,' BAKERS CHOC. CHIPS STILLWELL SWEET MRS. GRIMES CHILI BEANS 300 SIZE CANS FOLGERS INSTANT COFFEE 100Z. JAR $1.09 PINK LEMONADE PILLSBURY CAKE MIX Pkg. 35 C 100% PURE FARE^AY'S CH0JCE MEATS ALWAYS HOLLY BEET GROUND BEEF 43c 3LBs.s1.25 SUGAR 10 LB. BAG CHEF-BOY-AR-DEE PIZZ Boxes MlI YPUNQ-SLICED^ PORK LI LB. FULL 4 OZ. PKG rSLKJUD SMOKED BEEF ONE Mi « / 300 SIZE GAMS HUNT'S FRUIT U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF SIRLOIN T-BONE & CLUB STEAK STEAKS CANS SIZE$' ALL FLAVORS JELLO Pkgs. AGED FOR TENDERNESS RED DOT - FREE PENNANT IN EACH BAG POTATO CHIPS LG. TWIN PACK BAG PORK & BEANS 21/2 . SIZE CANS .PIC NIK SHOESTRINGS 2 LG. CANS NEW FACIAL TISSUE PUFFS 400 COUNT PKGS. KRAFT MUSTARD 6 oz JAR JONATHAN OR WEALTHY APPLES LB. 10 SWEET POTATOES 2 19 f* ^^^^^^^^B ^^^V 4HHr PORTRAIT OF YOUR CHILD PAY AND PATE your klddiei to oor »f<xe ?nd hove their plctur* • taken b y the fpmogj DeSpain Portrait Service. Ypu will receive a 5 by 7 pietyre portrait FREE. There , no obligation - except to return on the day specified to tee ywlr proofs. All children one month to 7 year* ,,, , 9 r groOp of children provided on« i» wnder 7, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14 - 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. GOLD BELL RAISINS LB. BAG 33 SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS LB. BOX INSTANT BLUING BLU WHITE LIQUID IEXY 2 12 QZ. BOTTLE B-Z PRESERVES STRAWBERRY 2 LB JAR - POMCY You Can Be Sura When You Shop A» Fqrfway Thflt You Get The Savings Advantage Of AH The lowest Price*. You'll Save CASH By Shopping At Fareway. PRICES EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 12TH THRU OCTOBER 18TH IN r. OR DO R ATE D A r fiC O NOM 1C Air 1*0 Cm HIST RIB UTIO N ^

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