The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1955 · Page 16
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S-A!genfl Mo.) Upp**r D*»< Mnin« Tliur<rl«y, July 14, 10!>5 June Simmons, Seneca, Is Shower Honoree, July 10 Seneca — June Simmon? was the guest of honoi at a mi-'eei- ianeous --howi r field (or hc-i Sun<•'••>• afiemooii. Julv 10. a! the St. John's Hall al Ba-VT.'f; T 1 " (••ntei tamment con-i.-.!od of .-: rrogram with Mis Caleb Har!~- hoin in charge, a vocal due!, suns by Sharon Horsey and Janice San-.ier-. Mr- Ted Jensen p'aved selections on her saw. Maicia Hartshorn .cave a reading ,-,nd Margaret Fist her play f'd a piano ,-oio Deiolhy Mad.-en L'ave a rcailiiii: and Alan ia Halts- iiorn and Marian Beavi r then conducted a game, charade.-, with, tin.- audience taking part. The bride-elect then opened her many lovely and useful uilis a.-.-ested by a cousin. Adeline Simmons of Alpha. Minn., and .• cousin. Ka:en Thef'sfiei'l ol Armstrong. Mrs Wayne Lynch had charge of the guest book.' Mrs Ci,,rence Osborn pl.ived mimci-- ons p.iiiio selections wiiile the ui'ts weie being opened. Hostesses included Mrs Wayne I,\ncli. Mrs Kobe;! Lynch. Mrs Dave Lvjich, Mis Jail: Quinn. Mi-.- Hemai-fl O'Dunnell. Mrs Sam McCiiexh. Mrs Ralph Thompson. Mrs \Villard Th(impsnn. Mrs Lloyd Hutchiiison. Mrs Dick O'Donneil. all of Lone Hock: Mrs Ea:l Crouch,. M:> Fr;mk Mo\.-r. :-'••- Hr-'old Goelch all of Fen'ton. Mrs Melvin Madsen and Mrs Earl Thiesfield of Armstrong: Mrs Harry Lund. Swea City; Mrs Orval Luke. Whitiemore; Mrs Bud Simmons, Rmgsted; Mrs Eiank Nanwarren. Fairmont: also Mrs Kenneth Mulligan, Mrs Aithur Mulligan, Mrs Joe Kramer. Mrs Joe Donahue, Miss Dorothy Dioessler. Airs Joe Rich. Mrs Dennis LyiK-h. Mrs James Elsbeckei, Mrs Ed Goehe. all of Bancroft, an-.i Mrs George Kissner of Lone -Hock. Miss Simmons' marriage to Joe Lynch of Lone Rock will be vll's Kllii lie l'i tei si 'II Mis Chris I ar.-a n and All- H. A Bu.-ch as In Blesses. Mrs Laurer, Gran! ,,nd Ai 1 s I- n.nd S'eon elll th'. 1 weddini.'. cake while Mi' Hemy l.ar.-en o! S\vea C'lty and Mrs Lmos San.-en of Mmnen- po!i.- poured eoflee. Mrs Albm iJerkn".--' and Gloria Peterson .-erved puneji. j T!;e bi ide is a graduate ot j Sci,«'c,i high school ,md of Wai' dorf colic ue. Forest City. For the past twu \ear.- the l.vide lias laiur.ht in the clemenfary school ;:! Ti'onka. The groom is also ;, graduate of Waldorf college. Foflowing a wedding trip throuuh tin' Black Hills ami Yellowstone Park. Air and Mrs Ctranl will be at home on hi: lai nr near Austin. C. O. Bailey was well remembered on his birthday which was June 3d. A number ol friends spent the evening at-the Bailev 7s the Month to Buy Customers like July ... to buy! It's the time to clear stocks of seasonal merchandise . . . it's the month of extra value! Fowlers are giving those extra values now! Clearance items galore . . . Clean, fresh, high quality merchandise in broken assortments. Then too, we have several special purchases you will like. Items where the manufacturer makes your dollar do extra duty. Fowler's, air conditioned on all floors, come in, and browse around in cool comfort. Whether it y s a dress, shoes, lingerie, togs for children or any of hundreds of items, you'll find it for less at Fowlers this July. Customers comment often on the convenience of our first floor ready-to-wear department. Ten feet from your car is one of Algona's most popular ready-to-wear assortments. So park on Dodge street and walk 10 feet. Your pocketbook will be glad you did, July is the economy time to buy .-nlemni/.r,! Aim. 1 a! (I uVlork at tin 1 Si. .Iiilni':- C'liiireh at Han j i n>M. | Wed At Ringsted j Eilr en Nielsen. (laui;:i!i-!- "f M: ' and Mr> Carl Neil-en. .uH Oi dean (iran!. MUI "I Mr ,m<l Mr.- Leonard (Jranl "I Austin. Mir,", were united m mania; 1 ,!-. Friday evi rung. June 'J.A at t' 1 ;' 1 St. Paul's I.\it!i(;an rhtnrh at liin.i.:- stMi. The bride wa- j^iyen in m.ii'- ria.cc by h'M lat'v-r. i'Te;- attend ants were two M-.'eis, Oiiruihy j and Mar.uai e! ,\eii.--"n. Lauren Gran! of Austin and Lane Ctranl of Minneapolis at ti-nded their In-other, aivl ushers were I >' 'liaid N' 1 i n. , l i;'oi ;K i i,! the bride, and Vn^il Chn-ien.-eii of Austin. A reception was .niven in the "Are you racing your motor al me?" home. Airs Lyle England entertained her June birthday friends at her home lor eoffee and birthday cake one d;iy this past week. Enjoying the courtesy were Mi's Herbert Krause. Airs Cecil Baldwin and Mrs Melvin Madsen. Another of the group. Mrs Alfred Goclfreclsen of Fairmont. Minn, was unable to be present. The Seneca Sparklers 4-H club held their June meeting at the home of Karen Larson on Saturday afternoon. A club picnic which will be held July 16 at interliiken Park near Fairmont. The program consisted of a demonstration on Swedish weaving by Mary England, and a talk on C-'are of the Hands by Alice Petersen. Karen Larson was tin. lonored birthday member. Guests ncluded Mrs Francis Sullivan am! Mrs Henry Looft. The Seneca Modern Mixer club net ai the home of Mrs Gerald Jent/. Friday afternoon. Ron- rod birthday members included Mrs Herbert Krause. Mrs Lyle England ami Mrs Melvin Madsen. the principal order of business v.-.ts i he election of officers and resulted m Mrs Everett William being elected president; Mrs Fred Johannesen, vice president: and Mrs Henry Looft, secretary and treasurer. Mr and Mrs Vernon L. Larson and two daughters. Phoenix, Ariz, are visiting at the Wm. Dor- soy home. The women are sisters. Mr and Mrs George Wilson and daughter Nancy, of Glenclale, Calif, were overnight visitors at the C. O. Bailey home. Mrs Wilson and Mrs Bailey are cousins. Mr and Mrs O. R.'Patterson, Mr and Mrs C. O. Bailey of Seneca; Mr and Mrs Wesley Patterson and family of Des Moines; Mr and Mrs Win. Gilchrist and Billy of St. Joseph, Mo. were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Donald Crunk home, north of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Ben Mitchell, Miami Mrs Emil Bleckwenn and Mr and Mrs Merle Lock wood were 4th of July dinner guests at tin- Ole Pedersea home. Mr and Mrs C. O. Bailey were Wednesday evening dinner guests al the Dr. and Mrs Whitlow home at Armstrong. The dinner honored Mr Bailey's sister, Mrs Frances Rauert of Denver, Colo., who is visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity. Mr and Mrs Leo Clare and Mrs Murphy of Estherville, Mike Ander-or. of St. Paul, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Xeiles and Don-en and Donald Wilbcrg of Fairmont, Minn.; and Mi and Mrs Marvin Wilberg of Estherville were Sunday evening guests at the Martin Wllliel'g home. Mr and Mr.- C'. O. Bailey were Ju:> 4th birthday dinner gue>ts at I hi O. Pi. Patterson home hon- orin. 1 ! We.-ley Patterson whose iiiuhday fall.-, on that day. Others eiooyiiu; the courtesy were Mr an I Mi-- Win. Gilchris.l and Billy "f St. Jo>eph. M...; and Mr and .Mi.- Donald Crunk of Armstrong; :.nd the Wesley Patterons. of Des Mrs Francis Rauert of Denver. Colo., who is a sister of Mr C. O. Bailey. viMted at t!.e Bailey home on Friday. Mrs Rauert is - I'-aciii r in the Denver schools. Mrs Mino, 89, Grant Pioneer, Buried July 3 Swea & Eagle — Mrs Rebecca Mino. pioneer re.-ident ot Gran: and Eagle town.-lnp. died at a l''e-t Hume m !• aim.out. Minn, un June '.'.<) at the age of o!). !•>!."•• •'• as a li!e time member of Hie :\letiiodi.-l Church. Mrs Mino helpid oi^'ani/e the first church in Grant luwn.ihiij. where she hved with hei late husband, William Mm,, i:,,n, >MH to 1910. The couple moved to the. Elmori. c-11:1.1.unit v m 1910. '-'' !••..-• : v. :< he'd at the Meth •• ; . ' •:.'.:•• •>.. ,i, K:n.ore i n\ Sjn- '•'••'•• i Hi.. '^ ;.:M iiLii ia! w.i.- in • I.-..' ' - ••!! eei:,, tery. 1 ier hll.-- .•.ii: in . -i .-di d iier in death on Augu.-I !jl). 1923 and oiiu sun Ed, died in 1918. Surviving are three children: Mi.-. Leslie Spucher ol Fairmont, Minn.; Mrs Wm. Terry of Fort Lupton, Colo.; and Roy Mino, Elmore. A large number of relatives and friends from here at- lended the funeral services. Titonka Woman Sprains Ankle in Home Mishap Tiionka—Mrs J. L. Inlermill had :he misfortune Tuesday to misstep on the back porch stop of ,KT house and sprain her ankle. At first it was thought not scri- .nis but Wednesday she was taken !o Buffalo Center hospital where it was x-rayed and taped. She will be laid up for about two weeks and while she is home recuperating Miss Ida Jacobson will take her place in the store .is clerk. Honor New Arrival The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church gave an afternoon tea in honor of Mrs Max Goldman and her new little baby daughter Jennifer Sue, Wednesday afternoon at the church parlors. She was presented with a baby carriage and numerous other gifts. A nice program was given and after the unwrapping of the gifts, a de» licious lunch was served. Editor Recuperates Frank Clark, editor of the Titonka Topic, has again been in the hospital and is now home and is staying at the home of his son, Harold Clark of Bancroft. Falls From Tree Bobbie Ricklefs, oldest son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Ricklefs ot Estherville and grandson of Mr and Mrs Bill Ricklefs, had the misfortune to fall out of a tree to the ground, a distance of. 10 feet, after a limb broke. He was taken to the hospital there and x-rays were taken. No bones were broken. He was to stny in the hospital for several clays. Members of the Good Hope Mission Band and members of the Immanuel church attended the Mission Band Rally at the St. John's Lutheran church at Corwith. Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Lyle Opheim are the parents of a baby son btern Sunday morning, July 10, at the Buffalo Center hospital. The baby weighed 7 lb. 12 <>•/.. / GET / A NEW / "ROCKET" /OLDSMOBJLE for as low aa Stale and local taxes extra. "88" 2-DOOR 8EPAN Your pr.c. dep.ndlupon choice of mod*! and body Mjle. t-pt.jnul .qu.pmer,! o,,d juei'di., e, .,, muy vsr, ili^nil, ,n odjcining igmmuoi;,. l A|| »irnoul YOUR Mr nnfl Mrs feeft Me^ets of Darington, Wash., are spending n week here visiting at trie Senus Isebrand and Ben H. Meyers homes. DeLois Dunnivan of Rockford, 111. arrived Saturday to attend the Krominga - Phelps wedding and to get his wife and family who have been spending three weeks vacation at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga. They all left Sunday evening after the wedding. Mrs Clarence Schutjer came home Friday from Rochester after a couple of weeks of treatment there. Mr and Mrs Merlin Isebrand and sons of Chicago arrived Saturday for a week's stay with his parents. Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrand, and also 'Mrs Isebrand's mother, Mrs Mark Bacon of Clear Lake and other relatives They expect lo return Monday. On July 3 they all attended an Isebrand-Bacon reunion at'Clear Lake State park. Mr and Mrs Herman Pannkuk stopped al the home of Sever Pannkuk's and Senus Isebrand's Monday on their way home to Minneapolis. They had been at Omaha visiting relatives there. Mr and Mrs Elroy Hatten are spending a week's vacation up in northern Minnesota. They left Saturday. The Methodist W.S.C.S. met Wednesday, July 13, with Mrs Clayton Whalen, Mrs Glenn Larson. Mrs Homer Downs and Mrs Miller Nelson as hostesses. Devotions were given by Mrs Lewis Larson and the lessons by Mrs Harold Gartner. Mr and Mrs Arthur Peterson of Gilmore City spent the weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker and family, Mrs Peterson's folks. •LAKOTA By Mrs Jerry Heetland DEALER Mr artd Mrs Thomas O'Connor and children of Washington, D. C. left last Friday for their home after a two week's vacation with Mrs O'Conner's parents, Mr and Mrs Steve Powers. Mr and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner and Emily met Burdette's parents, Mr and Mrs John Hoeppner of Calumet at Spirit Lake Sunday for a picnic, ,and were accompanied home by Linda and Charles who had been with their grandparents for two weeks. Mr and Mrs Robert Rippentrop were hosts at a picnic dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Lament Jansen and family of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Dick Gerdis, Titonka; Mr and Mrs Andrew Jansen and Mr and Mrs Arnold Karels. Some of the group attended morning services in the Ramsey Reformed church. Rev. LeRoy Loats of Fort Collins, Colo, was guest speaker. Rev. Loats is a nephew of Mr Loats and Mrs A. Jansen. Mr and Mrs .tetiefer attended funeral services for Jenefer's, grandmother, Mrs Tom Bosnia at Buffalo Center, July 5. Mr and Mrs Andrew Jnnsen visited Sunday afternoon in the John Rippentrop home near Titonka. Other guests there were Mr and Mrs Ben Meyer of the State of Washington, cousins of Mr Jansen whom he had not seen for many years. Mr Paul Apka had an emergency operation for ulcers at the Blue Earth hospital Sunday. Mr Apka is a mechanic in the Ley garage. Mr and Mrs Leonard Weinkauf are parents of a baby girl born July 5 in the Buffalo Center hospital. She has been named Rochelle. This is the first girl for the Weinkaufs after a family of three boys. Grandma Josephine Huettner quietly observed her 98th birth, day, July 5, with a birthday cake and friends calling during the day. Grandma Huettner has been J bedfast for eleven years but is' mentally alert and enjoys visitors. She is cared for by her son. Fred and his family who live next door. Cort Rippentrop is recuperating at his home following a week in the hospital after a severe heart attack. The women's Society of Christian Service was entertained in the Werner Schlermier home in Bancroft Tuesday evening. Devotions were given by Mrs Earl Paulsen and the lesson by Mrs Nick Thomsen. Mr and Mrs I. E. Wort man ac- rompnniccl by Pnnla Buckols left Monday for Ames to attend Synod meeting of the Presbyterian church. Mr Wortman is a delegate to Synod and Paul is a delegate to Westminster Synod. They will attend all the sessions Monday afternoon through Thursday morning. Mrs Jerry Heetland accompanied Mr and Mrs T. E. Haworth of Armstrong to Ames Tuesday to attend the Synodical meeting Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs Haworth and Mrs Heetland are on the Fort Dodge Presbyterial Board. Mrs W. D. Ley, Caroline and Timothy and Miss Helen Marn- menga returned July 5 from Clark, South Dakota, where they nad visited Mrs Ley's Ifather, Rev. L. J. Odland, for his 87th birthday, July 4. Some of her brothers and sisters, who lived in the area were also there. Mrs Laura Adams of Waterloo visited the past week with her mother. Mrs Art Lester, and Mr and Mrs Ahrend Hans. Mrs Lawrence Lewis is a patient in the Buffalo Center hospital since Thursday. Her mother, Mrs Leota O'Keefe. came from Perry Saturday to assist with the household duties. Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Schroeder were Mr and Mrs Harvey Reid and boys of Algona, Mr and Mrs Winston Schroeder and family of Elmorc and Mrs Haltie Randall of Glenburn, N. D. The Mesdames J. Ukena, Harlan Kruse, C. C. Ger/ema and W. BEPOHT OF CONDITION OF IOWA STATE BANK of Alponn Iowa. ;it the closi- of business June 30. 1955. :i Stale hanking Institution organi/ed and operating under the banking laws ol this Slate and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in aet-orilanre with a c-jll made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Hank ol this District. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process uf collection - -- $1.47.1,-lift 24 2. United States Government obligations, direct and gunianteed. 2.283.760.31 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions G22.2i;fi Oil 5. Corporate slocks (including JC.000.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) -- -- - G.00000 0. Loans and discounts (Including $1.360.40 overdrafts! 1.458.1104 IS 7. Bank premises owned $14.500.00 - .-.- - 14.500 Oil (Bank premises owned are subject to no liens not assumed b\ bankl 12. TOT AX ASSETS $5,858.831 09 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $4.454.05G 07 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 11.53411 15. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 15U.iHiH.ti7 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions . 00270074 17. Deposits of banks ... .. 27.0«3.!i!i 18. Other deposits iccrtilied and officers' checks, etc i 107.B37.4ti IS. TOTAL DEPOSITS - S3.4 14.242 \H ft. T,py, wore 12:30 luncheon guests of Mrs Ralph Dewi-'y in Sac City, July 13. Mr and Mrs Vernon Smith and Marsha were guests Thursday of Mr and Mrs Russell Rugg in Cedar Falls. Shirley nml Janet returned home with their parents after having visited for the past 10 days with the Ruggs. The Ledyard Township Karm Bureau Homemakers met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs Charles Gutknecht. The program given by the 4-H girls consisted of a group of songs, a report on the 4-H convention held in Ames in Juno by Delores Rippentrop, and Donna Hertxke and Karen Wallontine told of their experiences at 4-H camp at Clear Lake. Lucretia Chipper reported on the Red Cross camp which she attended. Mrs Gutknecht demonstrated "Outdoor Cooking" on n n improvised stove. Engagement Announcement Mr and Mrs George Bruellman of Ottosen announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Klaine, to Bernard Wichtendahl. sun of Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl, <» Whittemore. Elaine is employed by Post Transfer & Storage: and Bernard, by Clelus Elbert in Algona. 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obligations stuuvn below) CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital* - .. 26. Surplus --- . . . 27. Undivided profits _ . -_. $5.414.242 !'! .$ 100.00000 100.000 00 244.588 15 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS -- 44l.5881. r > / , _„_ ,_ „ 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AN'D CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .J5858.83IOO * This bank's capital consists of: Common Mock with total par value of S100.000.00. MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes 300.00000 I, A. F. Agena, V. P.. ol the above-named bank, hereby certify that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belie!. A. F Auen.l. V. I'. CORRECT ATTEST- II. I. Gilm..re. F I. McMahon. L. E Linn.in. Hugh Raney. J. C. MawUsley. j Directors I State of Iowa. Counts of Knssutli :;s ' Sworn to ami subscribi-il briu:*- me this ! llth day of July. Ifftj. I Anna Mel ritl Notary Public Bring the Family and Outfit Them For School Everything At '2 PRICE Shoes, Overshoes, Overalls etc. NOTHING RESERVED CORNER STORE LuVerne, la. 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