The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1957 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 4, 1957
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Pttfman Death In Florida A Shock Locally Funeral services for E. H. Pittman, 84, well-known Algonan Who died suddenly at Tampa, Fla. at 12:50 Tuesday, were incomplete at press time. Arrangements, which are hi Charge of McCullough's Funeral Chapel here, are pending the ar- nval of Mrs Pittman and son. Clayton, who flew to Tampa Tuesday. He will drive back to Algons with his mother. Mf IPittman's body U slated to be shipped by train, and is efcpected to arrive here Friday morning. Mr Pittman died in his sleep in his trailer home at Tampa. He and Mrs Pittmnn ivere vacationing and had been in Florida since the first of this year. Me suffered heart trouble in the past, but had been feeling well right up to the time of his death. Elbert H. Pittman, son .of Mi and Mrs Elmer Pittman, was born at Guthrie Center July 2. 1892. After attending business colleges in the Council Bluffs- Omaha area, he became a bookkeeper at Britt's First National Bank in 1914. It was at Britt that he was married July 10, 1916. During World War I, Mr Piltman t* ur*.,*.. ? fi! Jg?!. 0 i f COftfcmON Of EXCMAW6E SfAtS BANK H W«l«f to MM Sittt »l low* •« ih* clot* ol buttn*** oil M«rch 14. I»S7. t ASSETS 1 Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash Hems in process of collection 12785671 I. united States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed Bfi»,170.00 I. Obligations of States and political subdivisions _. _ _ 81,62393 8. Loan* «nd discounts (Including $893.96 overdrafts) .. 437.463.tO "• B»«jk premises owned S1.000.00, furniture and fixtures ill,023.87-.. lS.023.87 (Bank premises owned are subject to no liens not assumed by bank) 12. li. it 18. ta. 19. TOTAL ASSETS 961,13821 _ LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 660,661.11 Time deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .-. 82,681.97 Deposit! of United States Government (including postal savings) 7,403.16 Deposits of Stales and political subdivisions ... 73,281.08 Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 1,935.22 TOTAL DEPOSITS $835.86314 Other liabilities Dividend Account 20.00 14. TOTAL LIABILITIES 838,88314 „. _ CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 28. Capital* 30,000.00 M. Surplus _•„ 30,000.00 27. Undivided profits ... 6525807 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 128.25S.07 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 981,138.21 • This bank's capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of $30,000.00 MEMORANDA 31. Assets*pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes _ 100.000.00 we J. D. Lowe and L. H. Kleinpcter of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correctly rcprc- stnts the true state of the several matters herein contained and set forth, to the best of our knowledge and belief. J. D. Lowe President L. M. Kleinpcter Cashier Correct—Attest: i Ben G. Studer, L. H. Kleinpeter. L. T. Root, Ralph TJaden, Herman Bode. J. \V. Goctz, Directors SUte of Iowa, County of Kossuth. ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 3rd day of April, 1957, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. My commission expires July 4, 1957. Dolores C. Madson, Notary Public (Published April 4, 1957 in The Algona (Iowa) Upper DCS Molnes) served with the U.S. Naty, and in 1920 became cashier of a bank at tJt*. The Pittmans moved to Algona in 1939 and have made their home here since. After arrival here, Mr Pittman established the Kossuth Credit Bureau, ancj later opened the United Loan Service. He sold the credit bureau in 1946, but remained as owner and manager of the loan service until the end of 1956, when he retired and turned active management of the business over to his son. Besides his wife and son, Mi Pittman is survived by his mother, two brothers and three sisters. Henry Dacken, 77, Rites Held On Saturday Burt — Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at St John's Lutheran Church in Burl, for Henry A. Dacken, 77, who died at his farm home west of town, Thursday morning. Rev. E. L. Wittkopp, pastor, was in charge of the service, the church choir furnished the music. Garry Funeral Home of Bancroft was in charge of arrangements and burial was in the Burt Township Cemetery. ,*Casket bearers were Floyd Webb, Fritz Jean, Marvin Kueck. Woodrow Pettit, Hiram Ackerman and Walter Thompson. Henry August Dacken, a son of August Dacken and his wife Anna Broessler, was born Nov. 2, 1879, near Emmetsbu>-g, la. Here he received his education and was employed. He was united in marriage with Miss Lizzie Schneider, on May 28, 1903, and resided in the Emmetsburg community for a short time. WITH BEAUTIFUL NEW Spring Apparel at the Chrischilles Store Gorgeous New Easter Coals - Suits -Dresses AKE HERE * There's an old saying, "Come early and avoid the RUSH." That certainly applies to this season of the year. Our stock of elegant Coats, Suits, and Dresses is AT THE PEAK RIGHT NOW. This is the time to select your Easter costume and spare you rself all the trouble of the Easter rush and hurry. Now you can shop in leisurely comfort, you can be sure of having your purchases altered and in your possession by the time you want them. Come in thii week and see the greatest array of high class, QUALITY apparel you have ever seen in this store. Clirlsehilles §tore This tinion t^a* blessed wltfi eight children. After living in the Burt ate* for sometime, he purchased * farm in the Plum Creek district which was home for some 20 years. The family also lived in the Corwith and Algona communities, and later Mr and Mrs Dacken moved to the farm west of town where he spent the declining years. Four yean ago the Dackens were privileged tcf celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. On August 10, 1955, his wife met with a fatal accident, thus preceding him in death. Mr Dacken was a member of the St. John's Lutheran church here. He is survived by the following children: (Edna) Mrs -Louis Riedcl of Burt, (Viola) Mrs Ed Kain, Algona, (Irene) Mrs Andy Nauman. Bancroft, (Ruth) Mis Ernest Nauman, Algdna, and a son Walter Gacken, Lone Rock. Also 24 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death besides his wife, three sons: Lewis, who died at two years; John, of Lakota, who died July 1936. and the son Raymond of Sexton, who died in 1945. He leaves also the followinn brothers and sisters, Mrs Win. Simpel, Idaho; Mrs Paul Boatright, Des Moines: William Dacken of Illinois. George of Oklahoma City, Okla.; John, Milford, Herman, Fred and Ernil all o.t Des Moines. A sister and ii brother preceded him in death. Relatives from away bere for services were Mr and Mrs Ger^ aid Ricdel and Kevin of Dubuque; Mrs Frank ' Dacken and Rev. Russell Dacken of Wayne, Nebraska; Mr and Mrs Paul Boatright, Mr and Mrs Raymond Dacken and Mr and Mrs Floyd Webb of DCS Moines: One brother lost his wife, ftnd as that funeral was also on SaM urday several relatives were unable to be here at that time. for 24 years. Mrs Smith had also been news correspondent from Swea City foi the Algona Upper Des Moines since 1937. Puts Up Bond On Burt Arrest Wayne J. Wagner, North Sioux City. So. Dak., who was arrested by Marshal Walt Steward at Hurt at 10:45 p.m. Monday and charged with O.M.V.l. and /or hypnotic drugs, was released on $500 bond Tuesday evening. Wagner was bound over to district court Tuesday morning following preliminary hearing in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court. Mrs Smith, 73, Rites Sunday At Swea City Mrs Walter Smith, 73. prominent Swen City resident for many years, succumbed to a heart condition at the Estherville hospital last Thursday night. Mrs Smith had been in poor health for some years, but seriously ill only the past few days. Funeral services were hold at 3 p.m. at the First Baptist church in Swea City, Sunday, following a prayer service at 2:45 j?.m. at the Curtis tFuneral home. *ev. Peff&r Pe'de 1 *!, fofinpr pastor of the Swea City church, now at Iowa Falls, officiated. Burin! was in Harrison twp. cemetery, Mrs Smith is survived by hci husband, Walter, a daughter Esther Charlotte who teaches at Charles City, and a sister, Mrs Sadie Junkins, Bryant, So. Dak. She was born May 13, 1883. Isadora Emma Fish, daughter ol Charles O. and Lucy M. Fish, on a farm in Senoca twp. that her parents had homesteadcd in 1868. She attended high school at Armstrong and Algonn, then taught rural schools in Kossuth and Emmet counties for five years. She was married to Mi Smith in 1905, and they farmed in Seneca until 1913 when they moved to Swea City where they have since lived. Mrs Smith was prominent in Swea City affairs while health permitted. She was organist fof 14 years at the Swea City Baptist church, served as president of the Baptist Ladies Guild, president of the Thursday club, and was a charter member and served on the library board for 27 yearr at Swea City, including president Notice! Letting on INSURANCE For Kossuth County WORKMEN COMPENSATION and LIABILITY § APRIL 17 10:00 A.M. t For Further Information Write pr See Mare Moore Ceurtfy Ayditer of KotSMth County License To Wed One wedding license was issu- rd by County Clerk Alma Pearson during the past week. It wrnt to Wilbur K. Asche and Norma Hippen. both of Lakota. $5 Speeding Fine Cecil J. Schilmooller, Algona, paid $5 and costs for speeding in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court $6,000 Remodefing A modernization project coveting the double front of the S & L Co. department store here, and slated for completion in 42 days, was begun, yesterday by tt. i. Cowan, Algona contractor. Ac* cording to Frank Riley, stol-e manager, the project will cost $6,000, and will convert the present store front into a new, modern facade. Dittrict Court Term District court will open here next Monday with Judge Marry E. Narey presiding. Cases, if any, may be set for trial at that time. The petit jury does not report until April 16. $8500"From C.A.A. For Airport Herd Algona will receive an appfo« priation of $8,500 to pave runways at the Algona Municipal Airport, it WM announced ihi* week when allocations of tf.e Civil Aeronautics Administration for the fiscal year starting July 1 were announced in Washing- Aptf 4, 19S7 Algona (la.) Upptr DM M*tfttfr*4 ton The municipal port had already jwade plans for the improvement, Which Will be of'asphaltic con cr*t*. Breaks A Net Wfeil-f — Mrs Louis* Flsfi suffered a broken rifht feet in a fall at her home Friday evening She was taken to St. Ann ho*f«. tal. Reliable Party Wanted Male or Female A Golden Opportunity to Mfendle A Brand New Readable Ball Point Pen DUtribuiowhip. Dispensed Through Our Hew Beautiful Automatic Merchandisers. No 8eliift§ of Belidilfta, Route Established For Operator. Pull or Part Tim*. Bubfttanlial Earnings. $1399,00 Cash Required Please don't waste our lime unless you have necewatr capital and ate sincerely interested in owning v out-Own business, and expanding to lull lime, If fully qualified and able to takft over at once, wtlf» briefly about yourself, and include phone number for personal interview. PARAMOUNT MERCHANDISING CO. 8000 Bonhomme Ave. Carton 5, Mo. 14* TERRIFIC SPRING JACKET BUY! men's blended ON SALE STARTING TOMORROW! 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Solid fetor flannel dms slacks. 3 to 7, »iyle band, i*. ~4 JUV. BOYS' SHIRT i PANTS SET

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