The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1957 · Page 14
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*-A!§ona (Id.) Upper DM Molnti Thursday, April Hi, t9S7 Burt Woman To Attend Family Reunion, Calif. Buff — Mrs Jny D. Graham is Spending several weeks witlt relatives in California. The Glenn Grahams of Algona took her to Pony where she wont by train to Denver. Coin. Mrs Graham spent Sunday with the sons Mervvin. Joe and Melvin and .families. Monday she left for Paradise, Calif, where the highlight of the trip will be the RfMh birthday anniversary of a brother, Alfred Madsen. The family gathering will be at the home of Mrs Minnie Deareh?. another ?is- 1er and attending also will be two more sisters of Mr Madsen, Mrs Nellie Keepers and Mrs August Strom. The latter was accompanied by her daughlei Mary. Mrs Robert Angus entertained friends at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs Olson of Algona was a guest. The Legion Auxiliary sewing meeting for April was held with Grace Trenary this week Wednesday afteunoon. Seniors of the Burt Community School spent Tuesday nnd Wednesday in Minneapolis. Skip- Day plans had been for the. weekend, but due to the weather a cancellation was necessary. Mrs Ed. Smith Jr. and daughter Jill attended the Burt Homemakers meeting at the Amy Cherland home recently and Jill gave several tap dance numbers as part of the entertainment. Mr and Mrs Christensen of Story City and John Hasse of Ames spent the weekend with Mr Emil Hassc and family. David Christensen also a student at Ames accompanied them to Burt and spent the weekend with his parents, the James Christensens. Members of the Lydia Circle of the Methodist Church will clean the church Thursday this week. Mr and Mrs Art Leason spent a recent weekend with Harry Sewick at Iretpn. Bonnie Sewick, who is a dietitian in the Evangelical Hospital, Chicago, was also visiting her father. They all spent sometime in Sioux City. The J. D. bridge club met with Mrs Glee Bullock Thursday evening. Two members were unable to be present. Guests were Mary Beth Hamilton and Ruth Gorman. Mr and Mrs Walter Steward with Karen and Perry were Sun' day visitors at the Ray Miller home in Garner. The occasion was the seventh birthday of the Millers' son Darrell. Dinner and evening guests Saturday at the James Christensen ' home were Supt. and Mrs W. B. Officer of West Bend. >. TWO PARIS TRIPS FOR 2 ON TWA PIUS 200 TORO MOWERS 202 prizes will be awarded in all, TWO NATIONAL GRAND PRIZES, each consisting of a FREE trip to PARIS for the winner and one other person of his or her choice. Plus, 200 Toro Mowers given away as REGIONAL GRAND PRIZES. AIL YOU DO IS . REGISTER IN THE PRIZE DRAWING AT NORTON MACHINE WORKS ALGONA, IOWA Mr end Mrs Vaughn Wallace of Mason City were Sunday visitors at the George Hawcotts and with Mr? Bertha Wallace. Mr and Mrs Art Lrason spent Sunday with Mrs Grace Schmidt in Buffalo Center. They observed Mr? Lesson's birthday. Services during Holy Week at the Methodist Church will be as follows: Monday, April 15 at 7:45: Wednesday, April 17, at 7:43; and Communion Service, Thursday. April 18 at 7:45. These are evening meetings and Uniort Service will be Good Friday morning at 10. with Rev. Smidt of the Presbyterian church as guest speaker. Mrs K. J. Smith is visiting the son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Richard Smith and family in Dixon, 111. The Richard Smiths recently became parents of a sonj Graham Richard. They have one small daughter. LuVerne Man's Sister Dies New Arrivals LuVerne — S. R. Baker has received news of the death of his sister, Mrs Clarence Swan, 64. Funeral services were held in Madrid Thursday afternoon. Mr Baker was her only brother. Attending the services were Mr and Mrs S. R. Baker, Mr and Mrs Cecil Baker, Mrs Walton DeWitt of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Merlin Baker, Corwith and Mr and Mrs Clifford Baker of Livermore. At Fort Dodge Wedding Mr and Mrs S. R. Baker, daughter, Mrs . Walton DeWitt, sons, Mr and Mrs Cecil Baker, Lu- Verne, Mr and Mrs Merlin Baker of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Clifford Baker of Livermore attended the wedding Thursday morning of their granddaughter and niece, Miss Helen Porter, daughter of Mrs Maurine Porter and the late Albert Porter of Ft. Dodge and Fred Wickman, Fort Dodge in the Corpus Christi church. Mr Baker gave his granddaughter in marriage. The young couple go to make their home in California. Housewarming Patty Mr and Mrs Leslie Calkins were given a housewarming by their friends Sunday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs Stanley Riedel, Mr and Mrs John Pergande, Mr and Mrs Wayne Pergande, Mr and Mrs Eugene Casey, Mr and Mrs Merlyn Bahmann, Mr and Mrs Don Miller, Harold and Eleanora Schipull. 500 was played, high Merlyn Bahmann, Mrs John Pergande, low, Stanley Riedel and Mrs Calkins. Travel, Stanley Riedel. The honored guests were given gifts and refreshments brought were served. Birthday Party Elaine Schnakenberg, nine, April 2, Jane Hanselman and Connie Sanford, nine, April 3, entertained their grade at school Tuesday afternoon at an Easter egg hunt in honor of their birthdays. Their mothers, Mrs Thees Schnakenberg, Mrs Earle Hanselman and Mrs Wayne Sanford brought the birthday refreshments. Evangelical Women Meet The Woman's Society of the Evangelical United Brethren church met, Thursday afternoon, April 4, with Mrs Henry Kubly hostess. The devotional service was led by Mrs Henry Marty* Mrs Clyde Dudley gave the lesson on Southeast Asia with illustrations. Mrs Edwin Hefti) new president, conducted the business. Miss Lottie Mason was a guest. Confirmation Class The members of the confirmation class of the Zion Lutheran Church were examined at the Sunday morning service by the Rev. Louis Wittenburg. They are Joyce Meyer, Karen Nelson and Diane Groh. They will be confirmed Palm Sunday, April Mr and Mrs Vernon Daley entertained their Bid Nine card club Saturday evening. Guest substitute players were Mr and Mrs Robert Hardcopf, Mr and Mrs Fred Erickson, Mr and Mrs Bell Furstl. At play, high, Robert Hardcopf and Mrs Guy Andre, low, Fred Erickson and Mrs Furstl. Bid nine prize, Fred Erickson . Mr and Mrs Harlan Schneidet and son Ricky of Reno, Nevada, arrived Saturday for a two weeks visit .with his parents, Mr arid Mrs Albert Schneider, and other relatives. Mr and Mrs John Groh, their son, Mr and Mrs Carl Groh and Diane, were Sunday guests in the Mr and Mrs Henry Groh home near Livermore. They went for the confirmation and dinner honoring John Groh son of Mr and Mrs Henry Groh in the Livermore Immanuel Lutheran church. Mr and Mrs Jess Jergensen, their son, Mr and Mrs Irvin Jer* gensen and children, their daughter, Mrs Earl Detmering, Jr., and daughters visited their daughter and sister, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Larson and children in Des Moines over Sunday. They went to attend the baptism of Duane Keith, son of Mr and Mrs Lar son. After the Wednesday evening Lenten Service in the Zion Lutheran Church, Mr and Mrs William Schipull entertainec guests for refreshments. The occasion honored their daughter* in-law, Mrs Otto Schipull, who was welcomed as a member 01 that church that evening. Connie" Jean Sanford enter tained her girl friends after school Wednesday in honor oi her ninth birthday. Guests were Connie Carlson, Sheri Ramus, Susie Blake, Dawn Lindebak and Jo Ann Norcross. Mr and Mrs Henry J. Studer and sons of Rock Island, Ill.j spent the weekend visiting their friends. They also visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Julius Studer in Corwith and her mother, Mrs Alice Anderegg in West Bend. Marie Kay Morty was hostess to Margene Merkle, Wanda Hefty and Judy French / at a slumber COMPATIBLE' COLORS SPECTACULAR FASHION IDEA FOR SPRING! Roblee combines the comfort and color of imported Roma silk with the finest of leather. Handsome shoes to go with your newest spring apparel. Come in today and discover the airy comfort and smartness of our new Robleea. t All Sizes t All Widths, As to EEEs t All at the New Lower Prices inspired by RCA VICTOR COMPATIBLE COLOR TV BROWN tili SHOE STORE ALGONA IOWA THE SHOE STORi THAT TAKES CAPE QF VQUP PEET party at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Marty, Friday night. Mr and Mrs Wayne Sanford and Connie wete Sunday visitors in the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs Irvin McGowan and family at Clear Lake. Their mother, Mrs Jessie Sanford* who is enjoying a month's vacation, is visiting in the McGowan home. Mr and Mrs Allen Miller of Mason Cit^ were weekend guests in the home of his brother, Mr and Mrs Dofi Miller and children. Mr and Mrs Elmer Wendt, Steven and Kathy of Bode visited Mr and Mrs Robert Bigingg and children Friday. The ladies arc sisters. Mr and Mrs Jack Roos and daughters had as guests Saturday and Sunday their friends, Mr and Mrs Wesley Jennings and son Gary of Des Moines. Supt. and Mrs B. E. Martin had as guest the past week her part ents, Mr and Mrs H. J. Van Hayfcn of Cedar Falls. They left Friday for Sioux Falls, S. D., td visit their son, Mr tffid Mrs Orld Van Hauen. The occasion was to celebrate the birthday of theif son and also the wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs H. J. Van Hauen. Mrs John Zimmerman returned to her home Friday after spending the past four weeks receiving treatment in the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital. Mr and Mrs Marley Rusher and children visited Sunday in the Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller home in Fort Dodge. The ladies are .sisters. Mrs Charles Bastian, Nancy and Jane of Vincent were Friday overnight and Saturday visitors with her sister, Mrs Earl Detmering, Jr., Susan and Kris. Mrs Fay Harmon went to Des Moines Sunday where she will spend several days, assisting with the new granddaughter, born to her son-5ft*law and daughter, Mf and Mrs Ben Seipker, Jr. Mrs William Moeding was hostess to her Canasta Club in her home Thursday evening. Mrs Harold Meyer was a guest play- »cr. At play, high, Mrs Meyef and low, 'Mrs Melvlft Kubly. Mr and Mrs Ray Agard, Linda and Gary were Sunday guest* in the home of Mr and Mrs Gilbert Rowen and children in Garner. Mr and Mrs George A. Eggles- tcn visited Sunday with their daughter, Mr and Mrs Arthur Henry in Pocahontas. They also attended the consecration service.* of the new Methodist church there. Short Circuit In TV-Fire Call Algona's firemen were called to the home of Eugene Minafd at 521 west McGregor street at 12:50 a.m. Friday. Smoke filled the house when a TV set developed a short circuit which blew a fuse, but caused little damage. A furnace blew out at the H. W. Hedrick home at 612 E. Pine street at 5:05 p.m. April 3 and the Algona fire department was called. There was no estimate of damage, but it was ex* pected to be slight. Report of Condition of Security State Bank of Algona, Iowa, at the close of business March 14, 1957, a Stale banking institution organized and operating under the banking law* of this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS \ Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection —$ 698,867.70 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ^ 1,342,919.39 Corporate stocks (including $4500.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) 4,500.00 Loans and discounts (including $33.10 overdrafts) 1,330,185.02 Bank premises owned $6500:00, furniture and fixtures $5500.00 _ 12,000.00 12. TOTAL ASSETS 3,388,472.11 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .' 2,506,660.78 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations . „._ 20,273.46 15. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 2,523.77 10. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 512,307.43 17. Deposits of banks 9,274.64 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 38,644.79 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS $3,089,684.87 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES ___* ."3,089,684.87 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital* _, - . 50,000.00 26. Surplus . - 100,000.00 27. Undivided profits 148,787.24 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 298,787.24 1. 2. 5. 6. 7. 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 3,388,472.11 *This bank's capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of $ 50,000.00 Vfe, C. B. Murtagh, President and E. A. Schemel, Cashier of the above-named bank, hereby certify that the above statement is true to the best of Our knowledge and belief. C. B. MURTAGH. President E. A. SCHEMEL, Cashier Correct—Attest: A. L. Rist, E. J. Houigih, M. G. Bourne, D. C. Hutchison, T. C. Hutchison, M. J. Streit, W. W. Sullivan, H. M. Hauberg. State of Iowa, County of Kossuth ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 4th day of April, 1957. Flora I. Tiss, Notary Public (SEAL) Published in Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, April 9, 1957. 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