The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1957 · Page 15
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Lone Rock Girl Picked For Girls' State L6JI* fiotk — The America!-. Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday evening at the hall with hostesses Mrs Ronald Christen Son, Mrs Roy Jensen and Miss Tena Jensen. A donation of $5 was given to the Salvetion Army fund. . Wanda Schrader was chosen a? the girl to attend Girls State at Cedar Falls. P.W.O. Croup Meets The P.WO.. met Thursday afternoon at the church with hostesses, Mrs W. G. Flaig, Law rence Rath, Emma Hurlburt, Albert Shaser, James Marlow and David Beck Sr. During the busi ness meeting a five dollar donation was given to the Salvation Army. Plans were also made for the Easter Breakfast. A report was also given by the ladies thai attended presbyterial. Lunch was served to twenty-five members. Program was given by Mrs Milton Madison. Mrs Quinn Hoslrss Mrs Jack Quinn entertained a birthday party Wednesday afternoon for Mrs Ruth Krueger Other guests were Mrs MaiMt Blancharcl, Mrs Mary Flaig, Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs James Long. Mrs Fred Genrich and Mrs Frank Flaig. Five hundred prizes wen 1 to Mrs James Long, high, Mrs Maude Blanchard, low and travel. Photo Honors To Isaacsons $75 To Red Cross During the recent Red Cross campaign Lone Rock contributed $75 to the fund. 'Working on the drive were Mrs Kenneth Jackson chairman, Mrs Erich Seege- barth, Mrs Clarence Kraft, Mrs Dennis -Priebe and Mrs Jesse Blanchard, Jr. Mrs Roger Jensen, Mrs, Margaret Christenson, Mrs Roy Jen- y aftSfttOoft Mt arid Victor whalen of Dollrvet, Mr and Mrs Hugh Marlow of Btttt, Mr and Mrs Andrew Thotnssti spent the affemoon and wert supper guests of Mr and Mrs Merwin Marlow and la.iaiy. Pvt. First Ciass Don Elsbackei, Fort Riley, Kansas, spent the: wjiKtnd at the parental, A. J blsbecker home. Mrs E sbecke. returned home Friday after bein-t; a patient at the Holy Family hos- pnal at Esthervilie. Callers Sun- aay there were Mr anj Mrs Freci Kadow and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Don Elsbeckef oi Rutland, Mr and Mrs Ray Wolff of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Denni* Elsbecker and family. Mr and Mis M. O. Richard.*visited her sister, Mrs Lethe; Webb of Algona, i 1 riday. SUnctaj Mr and Mrs Morris Bilsborough and daughter of iilonita called on the Richards. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and girls were Sunday dinner guests at the Ferdinand Bierstedt nome in Fenton. In the afternoon they attended the norm? show in Algona. j Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Larry Alt oi Beaton '. visited Mrs Lloyd Sunde and new son Roger Dean at the hoiy Family hospital at Esthervilie, Friday evening. The baby weign- ed 9 Ibs. and was born Wednesday, April 3rd. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer ana Jackie spent the evening at tht frank Dreyer home. Thursday, April If, 1957 Algeria (la.) DM Moln«*-7 their dresses. After a lunch served at the KC Hall. Ihe leaders were informed of coming su'iimc.r activities and met with the comrnittse wom£i. in charge of their club. Thf committee women present whc helped with the discus:ions include — Mrs August Sludef, Mr« Wayne Keith, Mrs Ralph Thompson, Mrs C. A. Gutknecht and Mrs R. I. Anderson. A new addition to the Rally Day to be held June 1 at Swen City will be tha nswly organized Kossuth County chorus. A groofhing contest will also tee held with winners boing announced fit Rally Day. Lassies 4-H Met Letts Creek Lassies 4-1! club m.'t ai the home of Joan Carlisle 1/Iarch 25. A taik was given by I\r..sa Martini and a demonstra- •ion by Joan Carlisle. loam At Waukon. Mrs J. R. Ryen has joined the ranks of L.vva centenarians. She was born on a farm near there, in 1BJ7. sen and Mrs W. J. Cotton and Mrs David Beck, -Sr. attended Presbyterial at Estherville Monday. Mrs W. J. Cotton spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Ames where she attended the Ames'Family Life Conference. A number 1 of Lone Rock people attended the funeral of Mrs Wm. MERIT COUPON ^ BAKED ENAMEL METAL SNACK BOWLS 5% In. Diameter 1% In. Deep For Popcorn Salads, etc. I9c VALUE EACH JEWELRY CL- fe\ t c t ft {? <f:if- Knoll Sr. at the Presbyterian Church in Algona Monday. Mrs Knoll was a former resident of Lone Rock. Wednesday, morning Mrs Geo. B. Long, Mrs Fred Genrich, Mrs Maude t Blanchard and Mrs Frank Flaig called on Mrs Ruth Krueger for coffee. It was Mrs Krueger's birthday. Tuesday afternoon Mrs Louis Hiram Ackerman arid Mrs Louis Trunkhill of Burt visited with Mrs Krueger. 1 Mrs Margaret Householder spent Tuesday with her daughter, Mrs Woodrow Pettit. Mrs Erich Seegebarth, Mrs Dennis Priebe and Barry, Mrs Clarence Kraft and Joy were coffee guests of Mrs Kenneth Jackson Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Merwin Marlow, Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and LaVonne spent Wednesday evening at the Andrew Thomsen home. Merwin Marlow showed moving pictures of the Thom- s_ens' recent trip to Califori'mrr 4 -*" ""Will Christenson, Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee and family, Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and family were guests Wednesday for supper at the Ronald Christenson home. It was Ronald's-birthday Friday Rev. Russell Darken was a supper guest there Friday. Mr and Mrs Don Houck, Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt and Harlan Blanchard attended the annual telephone convention at Des Moines last week. The monthly meeting of the Band Mothers at Lone Rock was held Wednesday evening, April 17. Hostesses will be Mesdames Emil Person, Gerald Radig, Derwood McArthur and Mrs Jones. Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mrs Dale Schroeder, Mrs Owen Berhow, Mrs Clair Bellinger, and Mrs Andrew Thomsen attended the rural women's day in .Algom- at the K.C. Friday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests at the E A. Lee home were Mr and Mr?- A LIFETIME GIFT OF MERIT TO PLEASE A NEW Model Portable Typewriter SMITH-CORONA I ROYAL • REMINGTON Ail Models, All Styles In Stock UNDERWOOD FREE: An All-Metal Typewriter Stand With Each New Portable Sold In April, May and June WE INVITE YOU TO SEE THEM IN OUR OFFICE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT % Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. ALCONA PHONE CY 4-3535 A husband and wife team from Algona i* shown reaching the pinnacle of their career together. At the Photographers' Association of America convention in Washington, Nels P. Isaacson, left, and Mrs Kay S. Isaacson, receive the degrees of Master of Photography and Photographic Craftsman respectively. Shown conferring the honors, which are symbolized by beribboned gold medallions, is R. R. Hutchison, M. Photog., of Pullman, Wash. The'Master's degree was given Mr Isaacson for quality, of photography and service to the profession. Mrs Isaacson received her award for her work in hand coloring of portraits made by her husband. They are entitled to append thd titles, or their abbreviations, "M.Photog." and "Cr.Photog.", after their names. A. A. Krueger and Kermit, Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson and family,, Mrs Pauline McGuire of Algona, and Will Christenson. Ths dinner was in honor of the birthday of Mr Lee. Mrs Ralph Thompson and daughter LaVonne attended the Style show at Bancroft Saturday afternoon sponsored by the Biue and While Crusaders 4-H Club. Mrs Thompson wa? a judge. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig and David spent Thursday evening in Lakota with Mrs Radig's mother, Mrs Rose Rahmstock helping her celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Robert Schmidt visited Sunday evening at thi; Ralph Bierstedt home. Mr and Mrs Laverne Hammer strom and family or Ware wert dinner guests Sunday at the Ralph Hammerstrom home. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Emil Person, Patti and John. Weekend guests at the Wm. Knoll home were Mrs Mabei Hartwell of Lake Arthur, La., Mrs Vera Hardee of De Quincy. La. They also visited with th> Henry Hart wells. Sunday, Mr and Mrs Charles Staudt and family were in Storm- Lake at the Jim Linhart home. Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn, Mr.s Ruth Krueger were at Esther- vilie, Sunday, visiting the Ed Farris.' Mrs H. E. Morgan of A]gona and N. L. Cotton were Sunday guests for dinnev at the W, J. Cotton home, Mr.s Rose Kraft, Mr and Mrs- James Walker and Charla Jo were visitors Sunday in Fairmont, at the Otto Laabs home, t Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson of Wesley were at the Geo. B, -Long home Sunday for dinner Mrs Amanda Pettit, Evelyn Earing, Alton and Bernard Pettn called on the Robert. Hannas Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Don Blanchard and family were dinner and supper guests Sunday of Mrs Maude Blanchard. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer visited her mother, Mrs O. C. Tabor at Humboldt, Monday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family, Mr and Mrs Jack Tie- rnan and Terry of Burt, Mr and Mrs Robert Tietz and family of Blue Earth, Mr and Mrs Art Tietz of Lakota' prepared dinner Sunday and called on the Henry Tieman's of Fenton to help Mrs Tieman celebrate her birthday. I Mrs Everett Hanna/. attended the Algona district meeting oi the W.S.C.S. held at the Clear Lake Methodist church last Wed- icsday. Thursday, Mr and Mr,s lanna were at Spencer hay called on the Garry •neks. Sunday everting •a|le4 fen • t?he*SUm'nc'F" Siirt. ' j Mi- and Mrs Dale Schroeder, Mr end Mrs Junior Hurlburt, Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller, Dean and Joe Culbertson and Argil Petth enjoyed a smorgasbord supper in Fairmont, Sunday evening. • Mrs Owen Bt-rhow attended ,the family living conference at •Ames Wednesday. Sunday for ,dinner Mr and Mrs Berhow were 'guests of Mr and Mrs Carlos Engelby of Swea City. < Mr and Mrs-BViine Saxton and family visited Sunday afternoon in Algona with the Melvin Haase family. ' Sandra Schadendorf, Mrs Ralph Bierstedt and Janice, Mrs Wil- jfred Radig, Mr and Mrs Robert Schmidt, Mrs Lyle Marlow attended the teacher choir banquet at Burt, Sunday evening. Style Show By 4-H Leaders Thirteen 4-H leaders w?re featured in a morning style show where they modeled the dress they had completed at cotton Hress workshop held during March. The style show entitled "Cottbn Cues" started off a full day's activities, which completed the last in subject matter training for 4-H leaders. Later in the morning these same leaders in* eluding Mrs Harry Nafziger, Mrs A1 v i n Klein, Mrs Lawrence Menke, Mrs Glen Jenkinson, Mrs Herman , Wise, Mrs Sylvester Wagner, Mrs Paul Simmons, Mrs Albert Kollasch, Mrs Orville Wagner, Mrs Adeline Wagner, Lois Bentele and Mrs G'ordon D u d d i n g, participated in a demonstration program. They demonstrated to the other leaders in attendance sewing techniques they had usedt in constructing "i Think I'd Better Consult My Banker" Sure we finance cars, and we'll be glad to have you ask about It anytime. Convenient terms, low 6% rate, and up to 27 months to pay. And when the loan is paid you will have a valuable credit reference. Safe Confidential Accommodating IOWA Algona Member FDIC Iowa 1TIMELY A TOPIC NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa k ss. In District Court ossuth County : No. 7230 April Term, 1957 I'O ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That 4n Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Henry Dackcn, Deceased, dated March $>, 1S50, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 22nd day C(f April, 1057, is fixed for hearing liroof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, beiore the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of Hpid Court; and at 2:00 o'clock p.m., <rf the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified atid required to appear, arid show i-ause, if any they have, why instrument should not be probated and air lowed as and for the' last Will and Testament of said deceased. t Dated at Algona, Iowa, April S. 1937. • Alma Pearson Clerk of tHe District Court Ljnnan & Lynch, Attorneys i Alpona. Iowa (Published April 11, 1937, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Monies) KITCHEN MAGIC - NO TRICK AT All WITH GAS TOP BUR NER HEAT CONTROL REPORT OF CONPJTION OF IOWA STATE BANK of Algona, Iowa, at the close oi busins§» Msxph 14, 1957, • State banking institution organized and operating undei the banking law* of IhU State and * member oi the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance with a pall made by the {Mate Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reterva Bank Oi thU PUJrlct. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection -^ -.$1,467.282.33 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1,810,281.23 3. Obligations of States and political .subdivisions ._ ...: , 665,421.10 5. Corporate stocks (including- $6,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) _-- „ , 6,000.00 6. Loans and discounts (including $2,261.74 overdrafts) _„ _. 2,070.760.40 7. Bank premises owned $43,500.00, Imniture and fixtures, none 43.500.00 (Bank premises owned are subject to no liens not assumed by bank) 12. TOTAL ASSETS - - - 8,063,245.98 LlABIl>!TI£g 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 4,718,506.52 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations -.- 7.96047 15. Deposits of United States Government llncludjng postal savings) 96,088.80 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 717,501.29 !7. Deposits of banks ... 18. Other deposits (certified and officers-' checks, etc.) .„...„. la. TOTAL DEPOSITS , ?5,5U8,368.14 •tl. TOTAL LIABILITIES 25. Capital 4 2(i. Surplus il. Undivided CAPITAL ACCOUNTS profits 89, TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . ...... ----------60. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ...... •This bank's capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of $100,000.00 31 32,202.63 27,318.51 5,308.568 11 100,000 00 100.000.00 284,677.84 464.677.84 6,063,245 98 Assets pledged or assigned to SKCUIC liabilities and for other purposes ....... ..... ...... ..... . ......... „„„..: ....... .... ...... - 300.000.00 I, A. V Agena, V. Pies., of the above-named bank, hereby certify that Uie above stulcmcnt is true to tlu- besi of my knowledge and belief. A. F. Agena, V. P. Correct Attest F, L McMahon, L. E Lnuian, H. L. Gilmore. Hugh lUuigy, U. J. Cowan. J. C. Mawdslny — KwecUws State of Iowa County oX KossuiU ss: Swarn to and subscribed before me this 4th day of April.1857. 2 ' Ann t&OFtM * Notary Public ' (Published April 11. !Ua7 in The Alyoua (luvsu) Uppw D«s Moiues), .; Exciting thingi are happening in the kitchen today I Imagine being able to cook delicate custard* on top of your gas range without a, double boiler, maifeed potatoes that stay moist and warm for an hour or more without sticking to the bottom of the pan, cocoa that never forms a scvm, batch after batch of golden griddle cakes, each one perfect, ares* lure-woker food* without constantly adjusting the temperature, deep fat frying without smoking, perfect hollandaise sauce as toty as boiling water ? And yew needn't even be in the kitchen! These are just a few of the magic tricks you can perform today. WKdt makes this possible? Ifs the new younger sitter of the dependable oven heat control — the revolutionary new thermostatUi top burner heaf control which automatically maintains temperature settings, making the cooking of even the most delicate foods cjbfeJiftely foolproof. If you haven't seen one, here is hew it works; The control consists of a small sensing element in the center of the burnes, which literally "takes the tempeiatwe" of liit C09b* ing uten»ll tod lignals this tempero|y#» to the thermostat controUiftB *h* burap» Wfcjm tiw f^o^ hf rtte pwt drotw belew ^he pre- selected temperature, the sensing element automatically signals the control and the flame increases again. When the food is cooked, the "burner with a brain," cuts the flame low to keep the food warm until ready to serve- iven fried eggs will stay warm and tender for an hour. Any ordinary flat-bottomed utensil be* comes an automatic appliance with foods cooked to perfection every time. Best of all, burning, scorching, boiling over, under cooking and over cooking, become a thing of the past. $in«e this is an automatic control on your gas range, you needn't even be in the kitchen. Just set it and forget it! Many familiee will probably want it on sevfTf I burners, because the control makes Ir possible to use the top of the gas range far such foods es delicate custard«« M.p*id# down cake, puddings, and son en, which ordinarily h»v# to be cooked in the oven be* came they require even, constant temntra* tures. Toe, evjstards, puddings and sauce*, su*h as hollandaise con be without a devble boiler. Coupled with automatic ignition o/ ovwi and broiler, today'i gg« ranges are the iwt word in owtometfon. i» no indeed, kitchen of alt these days I

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