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4-Attona ffe.) Upper ftet Motfl« ffiurtdey, January 10, 1957 < Csn.iday. Doan Women Honor Bride At A Shower Dosn — Marilyn Peterson of Titonkn was honored at a miscellaneous shower given by the ladies of the Doan community at the Doan Church annex on Saturday afternoon. Dec. 29. The prt-gram given was two accordion selections by Dick Buffington. a reading by Mrs Mary Jean Andrews hnd the three daughters of Mr and Mrs Allyn Brink: Karen. Rae Ann and Joyce sang "I Love You Tru!y" and "Always". Diane Hoover and Mrs Max Bartholomew helped the bride-to-be with the opening of her many loveh gifts. The gift table was decorated in the colors of blue and white Lunch was served by the following hostesses: Mesdames Sadir, Struthers. Mary Young. Elna' Buffington, Mary Jean Andrews, Pearl Hammond. Jeane Bnleneus, Grace Miller, Ethel Johnson, Barbara Bahling, Violet Buffington and Wanda Hudson. Marilyn Petereen and Gary Hoover we're married on Sunday, Jan. 6. in the Lutheran church at Titonka. Student Breakfast The Student Breakfast for the Titonka and Doan College students was held in the Doan Church annex this year on Thursday. Dec. 27. There were seven students present and flev. and Mrs Max Goldman. The seven students present were Jane Amesburg. Darrell Sparks , and David Rippentrop of STitonka and Lynn Struthers, David Buffington, Sidney Buffington and Junior (Guy) Carlson of Doen, The ladies that helped prepare and serve the breakfast were Mrs Mildred Larson, Mrs H a 11 i e Davidson, Mrs Mary Young and Mrs Violet Buffington of Doan and Mrs W. P. Truesdell, Mrt, Miller Nelson and Mrs Bockelman of Titonka. daughter Betty srr^t X?r.:is Day ' at t"ie K:'v v r,: .:;• R Sun any, D .V. • :i 11 -• \ '.Mr snd Mr, ' *.'.','.'.'.': Ik-vet iy Teeter H n d John Teeter ; Van Li^n v.f KM Mr and Mrs H. br -iher Kennel;'. .tiv1 Mrs Haivty Mr an.1 Mrs J .\-.' •; i ,. N!r ;;i a ,1 u c arsci xv. ! ^ j 1 . . . '. '. ;i ?»!,.< i-'i ter DC- fntna C :e. li.wa ivj Tce'i r Johnson a; H;i'chis;in of Wesley re- turru .i ! i the Vtu-ran'.s Hospital .•t DCS M % <::es agatn on \Vtune<- .-•>••. Dtv. :..'•.:-. :<>r nvve test> and i, • !....; Is,*.! ': . TUl \VCIC! . '-.' .:;.-::.;_ '.:e .u-!id.iy.< \-,<;!.i..s ':;».;• i'.=i n:;;i !:,.>mes am; ,! f-;.',er tvi.uufs and friends. Mr and M.s Crirence Can^day :u'< ''.-ri'.ily wore supper gue-.;s at Jt nums;:'. family Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips of Sexton visited at the Cliff Hoover home on Sunday afternoon Dec. 30. ' Mr and Mrs Ray Cunningham and family spent five days in Waterloo over the holidays visiting their relatives and friends. The Doan Methodist Youth Fellowship members met at the Doan Church Dec. 19. . Mr and Mrs Lee Kiley and Mr a:-d Mrs Ctif: H" V Nnn::y Ham visited at the Jf Mr urri M».- G,.rc:,.n .>, .•>n Xm.is eve. Mr and Mrs Robs daughter Beck; Russell Kilcy . son* of Cre.-ion. iht- Lff- Kii< y t.-ii day evtnina, D;\ ,i:iv cvi-ninu. Dec Mr and V.rs Ha daush'.er Lin.ia v Br:;ndow h >me Do<. home t KiU-v r.n." and Mr an'. M;> inci three >.r.>; i.i., visited \\.-.'. :i:ty fr-m S.;'.ur until Sun- 29 ,-voy Lars -n rm •er:' ,,.t the Je.i; ne:if Alu .na '.n ior 23 l~.-;r thi Brandow family Xir.ss dinner. Mr and Mr« Ray Cum in 4 ha rr 3nd family, Mr and M.s Fivd As: and family. Mr and .Mr? Brvu.-. Asa of Al,S"na and Mrs Mar-> Vojgt and family of Watrrliv were all Xmas <iinn"r tfuc.sts al the Gordon D;'vidsi:n hurri". Mr and Mrs Dale Strut hers an ' son Kirk and Mr an i Mr? R -,>., S':uthers and two small dsugh- teiv, spent X:ras day at the Clem Ludwig home at O'.tosen. CU-ni Ludwig is a brother of Mrs Dale Struthers. Xmas Day guests at t'lo Cliff Hoover homo were Mr and Mr.s Gordon Schmidt and fanniv ;:nd Mrs Otto Schmidt, the nu:n?r ol Gordon Schmidt. The following were gurs'.s at tlie. Dale Struthers home for a family Xmas dinner on Mond-iy, Dec. 24. Mr and Mrs Ted Struthers of Rolfe, Mr and Mrs Albert Thorsen, Mr Howard Struthers and Mrs W. E. Hundcrtmark. al 1 Of Ottosen, Mrs Eldon Hundert- ir.ark of Kasson, Minn.. Mr and Mr.s Ernest Lorenc of Hastings. Neb., Mr and Mrs A. L. Struthors and daughters of Oakdale and Mr and Mrs Ross Struthers and family of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Lee StrutYjrs ;im! family of Hospers visited at the Dale Struthers home from Wednesday, Dec. 26 to Thursday Dec.- 27. New Years dinner guests ;\'. the Clarence Chris ten.-; en homi were Mr and Mrs H;;rvL>y Larron and Lin-ia and Mr ;;nJ Mr? Ro e s Buffington. Mr and Mr.s . Le > SVoins :md family of Algona and Mr and M:;John Jennings of Sexton were guests for an oyster stew at the home of Mr and" Mrs Clarence Russell Winters Silver Wedding Lakofa, Dec. 30 Lekota — Mr and Mrs Ru-el' :n'<. >• r'.'icbriitod 'heir 2,"?lh w.-d- r,4 armwr-ary DC?. ;, 5 0 \v:th an •' n 'i- use at th•.-•;!• funv h-.vr.e. Hu;-;f H V.'inter and Gertrude •inn were married in the iT'.i->.n Manse by thf: Rev Frcrking. TIH-T attend- '"f Harrv Borkk'man nnr Pre--b V). H REPORT OF CONDITION OF IOWA STATE BANK »£ Algous, Iowa, at the cloie ol business Dec. 31, 1956. B Stale banking institution organized and operating under the ••banking -laws of this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. PubHshbd' In accordance with a call made by the S4ate Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. " ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance and cash items in process of collection _____ ...... ... ..... „ ........ S1.545 81! -15 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1 565 '81 ''a 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions . 654713'% 5. Corporate stocks (including $6,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) --------------------------------------- , _____ ; _______ _ o 000 00 6. Loans and discounts (including $1,017.71 overdrafts! _____ . 2,05136356 7. Bank premises, owned $13.500.00, furniture and fixtures none 13 500 OQ (Bank premises owned are subject to no liens not assumed by bank) •! Wirtjos (Mrs Ray Hort/ke) i b >;h of whom were present Suni dr:v. I Refreshments were served f'ru.n a tnbie centered with » bouquet of white mums and red j roy;s. a gift of Henrietta Ba<.-klfc- ! man of Algonu ;m:l her sister j Rus-jlla of Cedar Falls. j Mrs Den-i Koeklemin of Alg-''na and Mrs Ray Hertr.ke pour- td. Mrs Harry Boekleman and Henrietta Boekleman "of Algona were hos'esscs and the Mesdames Elrier Paulson, Vernon Smith. Ronnkl Ilcetland. Glenn Mabus, Arlowe B'.ome ;md Wayne Heetland. nieces of Mr Winter, assisted with the serving. Mr and Mrs Winter have one son Larry, a senior, majoring in Chemistry at Iowa State College, Ames, who came home Sunday morning for the anniversary. Mrs Winter received a cablegram Sunday n:>on from her Kami Bureau Pen Pal, Mary Wil;•••..n of Yew Tree House. Stanley Swan, Worcester, England . Out of town guests were Mi and Mrs Stener Roe, and Sharon ol Thompson, Mr and Mrs Henry Winter, Winnebago, Minn., Mr? William Winter. Mrs Claude Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Bcjnuro Winter, Vivian and Randy, Blue Eailh, Minn., Mr and Mrs Harry Bceklcman, Mr and Mrs Albert Boeklcman, Mrs Dena Boekleman and ' Miss Henrietta Boekleman, all of Algona, Mr and Mrs Vancie Lester and Mr and Mrs Geo. Ennen of Elmore, and a large number of local friends and relatives. 12. TOTAL ASSETS .......................... „.__ ............. LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations -1,553,305 77 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ____ 8,890.16 15. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 11B.07072 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions ', ______________ 52761833 17. Deposits of banks ----- ............ , -------- ----- ..... _ ............ 51.851.53 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 107 028 O'J 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS .............................. S5,364.854~.d6 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES ......... ______ ..... . ........ 5364850 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital* ------------------ ............. ... .......... 10000000 26. Surplus . ....... — '- ...... ---- ...... .1 ____ '_..„„ ........... _______ 100,000.00 27. Undivided profits ----------- ..... ____ ____ ; __________ , _____________ 271,878.62 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . ......... , ..... . ......... ._„*__ 471.87^.62 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....... JT83M33i2 * This bank's capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of 8100,000.00 MEMORANDA }1. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other - purposes „, -------- ,..,, ..... „.„ ---- ....... . ......... _____________ 300.000.00 1, A. F. Agena, V. P. of the above-named bank, hereby certify that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. A. F. Agena, V. P. Correct — Attest: F. L. McMahon, H. L, Gilmore, L. E. Linnan, Hugh Raney. J. C. Mawdsley < Directors State of Iowa County of Kossuth ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th 4ay of January, 1957. Anna Merrill Notary Public Allen Smith returned to Great Lakes naval base after a holiday leave with his parents, Mr and Mrs Emory Smith. ' The Ledyard Township Farm Bure-au "homemakers will meet with Mrs Burdette Hoeppner at 10:30, Friday, Jan. 11. The lesson will be given by the Mesdames Mary Telkamp and Russell Winter. Sherry Clabaugh, student nurse at Rochester, spent the holidays with hec parents, Mr and Mrs Floyd Clabaugh. Barbara Peterson came from Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls, Billy Beemer from Sioux City, Larry Gerzema from Macalester in St. Paul, and Frankie Lewis front Decorah. All have returned to their classes. Sue Schissel concluded her vacation last Thursday and returned to. her school at Lang- liorno, Penn. Her parents took her to Rochester where she boarded a plane in company with a classmate. Robert Hamilton took his mother, Mrs Maude Hamilton, to Rochester Thursday for a check-up. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Patterson and baby of North Riverside returned home Thursday after spending the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs Dave Patterson and brother Dale who recently returned from service in Germany. Rey. and Mrs Gerald Ukena Charla and Julie of We/>t Union were guests of his brother, Mi and Mrs Jerrv Ukena Monday Mrs Ida Ukena, mother of the men, was also a guest. A silver anniversary for Mr and Mrs Harold Ellmun of Buffalo Center, Sunday afternoon, was attended bv Mr and Mrs William LJktnu, John Ukena, Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland, Mr and Mr.-. Vancic- Lester and Mr and Miv George Enr.en. Mr Ellman is nephew tif William Ukena anc, cousin of the others. Mr and Mrs Alvin Ewing ol Swta City were Sunday ailer- noon visitors with the letter's brother, Mr and Mrs Andrew Jansen. v 'Jansen underwent Thuriihiy at the Holy hospital in Eciherville. "IV:is wa3 Mr Jan sen's second operation within the month. He is recovering niceiy. The same day V,' D. Ley had surgery at the Center hospital. Mcssors and Mcsdamet I'lppentrop a n d Wallet attended the wed:iir>« of i at Wmnebago, Mum. ?.!;-.•> Larry Stafford -Nun;.-;.' (I Yatiktcn. Al?ora were visitors Friday at the Cort Rippentix>p home. Mr and Mrs R. K. Lage and Renda spent Christmas eve and Christmas with her parents Mr ,,nd Mis W. R. Collins at Soehcer .i:-,H with his mother at Niilford. Mr and Mrs Russell Winter and L;,iry were Christmas dinner ; nests of Mrs Winter's mother, Mrs Dena Boekleman in Algona Larry left from Algona for Ames where he attends college, The Winston Schroeder family left Wednesday for California where they expect to make thfcir homc. Mr Schroeder has two Sisi! is living there in National City, rind Satua Monica. The ideal Cafe which Mrs Schroeder has operated was leased to Mr and Mrs Harold Koppen. Carol Menke Is Honored At Ledyard Shower l.sdyard — On Sunday after- i ;».jn a miscellaneous shower was field in the Sacred Heart Church p.irlurs honoring Card Menke i ho afternoon was spent piaying ;--!(>>:iessive 500, after which tht b".cle to be opened her many beautiful gifts. A delicious lunch v.-«;s served by the hostesses. Mrs Alic? Garry and dnughtet Rita. Mr and Mrs Carl Schauberger, Mr and Mrs Harold Inglet and family and Don Lloyci went to Rochester on Dec. 29 where they attended the .wedding of Mrs Garry's niece, Patricia Walsh, daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond Walsh, to Donald Lccy in a ceremony pertoimed at St. Pious Church. Natalie Hardt returned to Mountain Lake on Sunday to resume he; teaching in the 4th grade. Beverl" Bashara left on Wednesday to resume her teaching duties at Go'wrie. Rosalyn Bashara returned on Sunday U, Mankato where she is in school. Mary Ellen Farrow and Ella McDonald returned last week to Briar Cliff College in Sioux City. Gerald Keefe left early last week to return tp_^ Treasure Island where he is* stationed, at'tei spending a furlough with his parents. Mr and Mrs Bernard Keeie. The G. O. F. Club met Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs Rose Mouitcn, honoring the birthday of Mrs Marie Halvorson. Tne afternoon was spent visiting and the honored guest was presented many lovely gifts. A delicious mrcn was served by the hostess. Tivj Woman's Society ol Christian Service will- meet at the church on Thursdav afternoon with the Mary Circle as hostesses. Mrs Lena Warner and Mrs _ Maine Halvorson are in charge ot i the program. Mr and Mrs Marvin Morris of Newton were aiternoon guests in the Albert Barnes home on last Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Anton Bonstead, Mr and Mrs Avery Borjstead ol Graettinger, Mr and Mrs Leonard Bonstead and son Craig Allen ot Fairmont, Minn., Mr and Mrs Roger Slingorland and Miss JoAnn Rusted of Estherville, Miss Hendrickson of Council Bluffs and Duane Darnell of Ledyara were at the Clayton Roseboro home last week i'or their Christmas got together and party. Mr and Mrs William Klinket went to Primghar for New Yean> with Mrs Khnkers parents and U bring their son Gory home after he had spent his vacation with his grandparents. Mrs Tilmer Haivorson and r.'\ Ml; Andrew , fiti.er 'jYn'y '} Jerry Jaiv.x'n Edward were Uk''na in the Steven and Lynn of Blue Earth and her mother and sister from Elmore visited Mrs Marie Halvorson on Friday and helped her celebrate her birthday. Mrs Lena Warner spent several days last week at the home ot her son and family, the Leonard Warners at Algona. Mr and Mrs Fred Dutton took their son Ellsworth to Mason City on Thursday where he had dental surgery clone. Pl'c. Don Lloyd left last week to return to Camp Carson, Colo., after spending a furlough over the holidays visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs Warren Lloyd. Pat Sullivan returned to Fairfax, Minn., on Sunday to resume his teaching duties there in the high school. The E. and R. Woman's Guild met at the church on Thursday afternoon with Mrs Kaphengst and Mrs Morris Keil as hostesses. Mrs Art Runksmeier was in charge of the program. Mrs Marvin Junkermeier read an article and devotions were led by Rev. Vriesen. A birthday hymn was sung for Mrs Ed Junker- Karen Schroeder returned to Cedar Falls on Wednesday to re- sumo her studies at Iowa State Teachers college after spending the Holidays with her mother, Mrs Martha Schroeder, arid sister Barbara. Dr. and Mrs Paul Wikon of Waterloo came to spend New Years at the home of Mrs Marie Halvorson and Marvel. They took their sons David and Dexter homo with them after they had visited hwe since Christmas. Mrs Martha Hagge returned home last weekend after spend- Ledyard Man Weds In Calif. Ledyard — Saturday, Dec. 15th. ; n the College Avenue Baptist Church in El Cajon. California, a beautiful wedding united Mary- hn Rae Sharp, daughter of Mr inn Mrs Owen Sharp of El Cajon ami J. Don Knoner, son of Mi >:ivi Mrs Edward Knoner of Ledyard, in marriage. The bride was attended by Mrs ".connrd Kidd. as matron of hon- •r and Miss Joan Lemka 'an Mips Joanne Poeta as bride-;- •nnids. The groom was attended oy hi« brother Dennis. Ushers s'-err Ed and Robert Tilling, Stanley Ericson and Leonard Kidd. Following the ceremony a re- ephnn was held in the chapel i •->•: 2.50 guests. The bride nnc 4room left for a wedding trip to Xri/o'ia. Both the bride and .'room attended Bethel College n Minneapolis and this year both ire students at San Diego State College. They will be at home in LjiMesa. Mrs Edward Knonei >nd sen Dennis were at El Cajon for the wedding. Mrs William Rott^rman, Mr.•"rank Rotterman of Elmore and Blanche Rottcrman- of Cincinnati. Ohio -.vere Wednesday visitors at rhe- J. F. Sullivan home. There were communion services Sunday, Jan. 6th at the Methodist Church. The George Thompsons, Ledyard. the J. A. Zwiefels. Corwith. and the E. H. Mason's, Charles City, sister and brother of Mrs Thompson spent New Years day ;»t the home of Janette and Lottie Mason in LuVernc. Mr and Mrs Leonard Anderson, and Mrs Timmer and son of Waterloo soent last Sunday at the home of their daughter and sister. Mrs Everett Thompson and family. i Mr and Mrs Henry Frey spent Christmas eve and day at the home of their daughter and family, the James Burris' at Bradgate. Their grandchildren accompanied them home and stayed all week here. Margaret Schultz went to Ful- 'erton, North Dakota, where she spent the holidays with her sister and family, the Rev. and Mrs Dale Krampe. Mrs Anna Togerson of Mason City spent Christmas eve and day at the Harold Herzog home and on Christmas Mrs Louisa Herzog and sons were dinner guests at the Herzog home a ho On Christmas day a family gathering was held at the Ray Wentworth home with the Donald Wentworths of Ringsted, the Delbert Wentworths of Shell Rock., the John Wentworths of Blue Earth, the Keith McDermotts of Delavan. the Richardsons of Swea City and the Harold Wentworths of Ledyard. Judy Roseboro, who is in nurses training at Methodist hospital in Rochester, spent the Christmas holidays at the home of her parents. Mr and Mrs Clayton Roseboro. Lpvonne Green who is taking a beautv course at Fairmont spent the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ted Green. Mr and Mrs J. T. Whitcomb. Danny and Mary Beth of Morris, Minn., and Mr and Mrs R. C. Ne- hotte and Susan of Minneapolis spent Christmas at the J. F. Sullivan home. Rev. and Mrs Victor Vriesen ing three lai.ujhti.T3. weeks visiting ej Son For Larry Minos .' iio.-pjtal Sund'uy after_;•;> dinner guests of Mr Cert HipDCJitnip were Mr and Mr.s Aivni R;ppt-ntro;; and in Titonka aucl Mrs M;yy "• M* iuid Mrs Wayne liaiiscn ol City — Mr and Mrs Larry Mino became parents of a «>n, their first child on Dec. 30, On the same day, Mr and Mrs James Preston became parents of a son, their second child. Both births occurred at Holy Family hu-;|jital. Esthervifle. Mr.s Preston and Mr Mino arq cousins. RUBBER TYPE LETTER AND wgi'ARY SjBAhS made lp order at Upper Des Moines Pub Co., pliouc 1100, Alfe'uiia, v and children .went to Hamburg and Young" America, Minn., where they spent Christmas with their parents. While there their son Jeff was taken ill with a virus cold and was in the hospital for several days. Rev. Vriesen came home for services on Sunday and on the following Friday went back for his family. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Masterson and family went to North Platte, Nebraska, to spend Christmas win their relatives. Mr and Mrs Fred Dutton and Ellsworth went to Waterloo on Christmas day where they visited several days at the home of Mrs Dutton's sister and family. Mr and Mrs Lowell- Wood, Mr and Mrs Bill Wood, Harold Wood and Bernie Woodbury ot Granada and Mr and Mrs John Batchelo'r and children of Gary, ind., were Christmas guests at trie D. A. Carpenter home. Mrs Mary Bashara Beverly. Rosalyn and Tom went to Minneapolis where they spent Christmas at the home of her brothei and family, the Mike Munyers. Mr and Mrs George Thompsor returned Wednesday e v e n i n j Irom four days over Christina: spent in Sioux City with theii three sons and their families. Mr and Mrs Elmer Anderson oi Denver, Colo., and daughter anc Mr and Mrs Anton Anderson anc son of Chicago were Christmas guests at the home of Mrs GUI Anderson. Mr and Mrs Jerry Jacobson anc family of Freeborn, Minn., Mi and Mrs Vernon Jacobson anc family of Hartley, Emil Stenci. of WelLs, Minn., and Don Ehrich, of Minneapolis, and Mr and Mrt George Jacobson were Christmas eye and day guests jit the B. E Gilbertson home, Mr and Mrs W. E. Wiemer anc Dr. and Mrs Richard Snyder ol Swea City went to Minneapolis on Thursday afternoon for several days. Mr and Mrs William Bauman and family, Mr and Mrs Paul Cel- haus went to California to see the Ruse parade and vbit relatives. On Sunday Mr and Mrs Geo. Thompson visited Mrs Thompson's aunt, Mrs Etta Benedict of Mason City. Mrs Benedict fell and broke her hip at Christmas time. Mr and Mrs Leo Willadsen and Sandra spent Sunday and Monday in Inwood visiting Mrs Will- adsen's mother. On Monday evening after the Christmas program . here they left for Storm Lake to spend Christmas with Mr Willadsen's parents. % —————— • Holden Starred Deborah Kerr as a Red Cross worker, William Holden as a Marine Raiders Cblonel in '"The Proud and Profane," arriving Sunday at the Algona Theatre. Thehna Ritter and Dewey Martin co-star in the VistaVision drama. NOTES OF SERVICE MEN San Diego, Calif. — Mark F. Kollasch, seaman, USN, son of Mr and Mrs Fred H. Kollasch of Whittemore. arrived at San Diego. Calif., Dec. 7 aboard the dock landing shin USS Belle Grove after participating in amphibious landing exercises at Aliso Canyon, Oceanside, Calif., with Beachmaster Unit 1. The operation employed more than 14,000 Navy and Marine personnel. The Navy amphibious specialists landed with Assault troops early in the morning of Dec. 3 to control traffic, and to move supplies and equipment across the assault beaches. They assist ed landing craft and vehicler in the heavy surf, and ntaintain- ed radio communications with amphibious task force. Ex-Creamery Man Swea City, Dies Swea City — Jim McAdams, 69, dropped dead at his home in Fairmont, Friday, Jan. 4, after having worked all day on his farm. Mr McAdams grew to manhood in the home of his parents, Mr #nd Mrs S, A. McAdams, in Swea City. He attended the Swea City school and operated the Swea City creamery for a number of years, later moving to Minnesota where he organized and was operator of creameries at Northrop and Fairmont. He was a member of the Fairmont Methodist church, the Masonic Lodge and Eastern Star of Fairmont. Mr McAdams was known as a top ranking buttermaker, and had won several gold medals. In J 922 he was married to Mis* Gladys B. Rutherford at Still* water, Minn, who survives him. Funeral services were Monday, Jan. 7 at 2 p.m. at the Fairmont Methodist church. Besides his wife he is survived by six children. Mrs George Thiede, Austin; Irwin F., Minneapolis; Bryl, South Gage, CnJif.; Mrs Dale B. Carlson, Rochester, New York; Mrs Donald U. Lettman, Minneapolis; Glendon R., U. S. Navy, stationed at Norfolk, West Virginia; six brothers and sisters; Charles A, Swea City; Mrs Anton Nelson, Center, N. D.; Mrs A. M. Wold, Brookings, S. D.; Edward, Redlands, Calif.; Mrs Lue Bishop, Walker, Mo.; Homer G., Walla Walla, Wash., Alden McAdams of Algona is a nephew. TYPING PAPER, 500 SHKETS 8 Ms x 11, only 98c at the UPPER DES MOINES Office Supply Dept. 7tfn Trip To Florida Sw.ft Clfr — Mr and Mrs t&t- lin Hardt and Mr iftd MrlI fWy Rohiin ftre vacntipnifti M H«gu. Florida. TTwy made the trie t» cat and will use the Hardt's H-all- er for living quarters. Enfoutft they visited Mrs Hardt'a brother, Lt. Col. Robt. Johnson, who. 4s stationed at Carswell Air Ba»e, Texas. Surgery Patient Benfcea — Mrs Emma Wlen- berger is a patient at the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville where she submitted to surgery Monday morning. Mr and Mrs John Ruger and Mrs Martha Godfrey were gUeUta New Years day in the home of Mr and Mrs Ernest Habeger and family in West Bend. Mrs ,-H«- beger is the daughter of Mr all d Mrs Ruger. ~irIrs NEWS WE wxirr rr FAMOUS COLE STEEL FILES No. 1202 No. 1204 31 50 =43 50 With plunger-type lock for all drawers. No. 1202L $36.45 V/ilh plunger-type lock for al/ drawers. No. 12041 __..- $43.51 A full-depth, solidly-built, heavy steel file. Smooth-gliding, letter* size drawers on ball-bearing rollers. Equipped with spring-compressors and guide rods. Olive green or" Cole gray baked enamel finish.* Two-drawer file _ 30Vi" high, }4W wide, 24" deep. Four-drawer file S2Vn" high, 14 3 /4" wide, 26H" deep. See These Now At UPPER DES MOINES Phone 1100 OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. Algona 3 ft a *3> Sure, your livestock need *upp!emenUry minerals. But a bag of minerals doesn't have to be high in price to ba good. Fejco Minerals contain all the supplementary minerals your livestock need . . . and in the right proportion. And, Felqo Mineral? are priced right Compare the ingredient tag of Fejco Minerals with any high priced brand- You'll find Pebo Minerals contain every, thing your livestock needs and at prices you want to pay. Ask your neighbor ab^ut Felco then stop in and get a bag thii wee ** Lone Rock Cooperative ilevator Co., lone Rock. Farmers Cooperative Elevator CQ-, Sweg City. West Bend ilevator Co., West Bend BUM Cooperative Elevator, gurt. Fenton Cooperative Elevator Co., Fenton. Whittemore Cooperative Elevator, Whittemore. The Farmers Elevator, Bode. YOUR ^ J WAU» FflES MUWItUIiow <M mn HBKHI

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