The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1955 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1955
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Mr and Mrs Pat Deeming haa Mrs Doerning's aunt, Mrs Katherine Conlon, of Fort Dodge as guest Sunday. Mt and Mrs Clifford Riebhoff had as recent guests the letter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Harold. Eckstein of Salem, Oregon. Mrs Ralph Donovan has returned from Worthington, Minn., where she went to assist in the cafe of the little grandson Jimmy. He is now recovered. Mrs Grace Thompson left today for Monona where she will visit her mother, Mrs Augusta Roland, 86, and other relatives. She will also visit at Garnavilla, and at Dubuque she will be with her sister-in-law, Mrs Esther Platt. She will be gone several days. A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs John Pat Coleman at Los Angeles, Calif. Mr and Mrs Andrew Reding are the proud grandparents. Mrs Coleman will be remembered as Patricia Reding. The new arrival weighed 6 ibs. 14 oz. and has been named Maureen Beigid Coleman. . Pays for itself in only 1 season! Tests prove that cattle make enough extra gain to pay for a Johnson Water Warmer plus the gas in one season. Cattle and milk cows drink more when the water's warm, and plenty of water is a must for profitable gains and good milk production. Johnson's Water Warmer is simple to install on any type tank; all you need is a wrench. Has guaranteed condensate control, is absolutely safe and weather proof. Invwl In a Johnson Water Warmtr now. Stop in or call JOHNSON WATER lP-Ga» . Fired Slack Tank Healer JOHNSON-bu!/d«r« of got burning equipment tot over 50 yeori. RAPID Thermogas Company Mr and Mrs Feftnan Christo: fers drove to Mapleton, Minn., last v?ek Sunday to visit an aunt. Mr and Mrs Ray Beamish are spending the week at their cottage on Woman Lake near Walker, Minn. Mr and Mrs Richard Cook had the letter's brother, Kenneth Hargreaves, of Omaha, Neb., as weekend guest. Mr and Mrs John Homer were visited from Friday til Monday by the letter's, father, William Beck of Dickens. Mr and Mrs Frank Bulls have been visited recently by the latter's sister-in-law, Mrs John Wirtjes of Winnebago, Minn. Mr and Mrs Willis Colwell and children drove to Klemme Sunday afternoon to visit Mrs Colwell's brother-in-law and sister, The couple's club of St. Thomas Episcopal church enjoyed' a party Tuesday evening in the church parlors. Theme of the party was Hallowe'en. D. H. Hall and Dick Sjogren are spending this week and next week in northern Minnesota and Canada where they are huting wild game and fishing. Mr Emma Crouch recently visited her cousin and his wife, Mr and Mrs A. Bothne at Bode and was joined there by her sister, Mrs A. J. Onneren. Bertha Godfrey, former Algona kindergarten teacher for many years, spent Wednesday visiting in Algona -with friends. Miss Godfrey is now living at Ames. Mr and Mrs Hugh Colwelj and Mrs George Banwart were visited Sunday by their respective daughter and son, Dr. and Mrs Harold Banwart and children of Adel. Mr and Mrs Gordon Ditlevson had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Otto Wangerss and family of Faribault, Minn. Mr Wangerss is manager of the S & L store there. Mr and Mrs Ben Reid had as dinner guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs Robert Allen of Racine*, Wis., 'Mr and .Mrs Albert Reid, Tom Reid, Mrs Raymond Vigdal and Jeanette and Walter Reid, of Des Moines. Twenty-three people of St. Thomas Episcopal church attended a district meeting at St. Mark's church in Fort Dodge Thursday, Oct. 13.' Main speaker'of the day was Bishop Nakamura of Japan who addressed the group at Hotel Warden following dinner there. Mrs Alice Clayton was at Li- yermpre Sunday attending a fam- ,iiy-dinner- given in honor., of. the fourth birthday, of he,r granddaughter, Mary Louise Roethlen daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Roethler. The paternal grandmother, Mrs Veronica Roethler was also present. Mrs Bertha Dally is being visited this week by her son an'd daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Clifford Dally of Detroit, Mich. They will also visit Mr Daily's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Walter Zentner. Mrs Dally had as caller recently Mrs Mildred Klopenheimer, a former resident here. She had come to visit the Gary Funks and other relatives. Dr. Floyd Sawyer, of Kansas City spent the weekend with his pareftts, Dr. and Mrs F. E. Sawyer. Mary Ann, aged two and a half years and Joseph, 6, children of Mr and Mrs Arnold Elbert are sick this week with flu. Mrs Emma Dehneri became sick Monday and that afternoon was taken to St. Ann hospital. She is somewhat improved. Terry James, infant son of Mr and Mrs Robert Jandl was baptized a" week ago, Sunday morning in St. Cecelia's church. Mr and Mrs L. L. Riier spent the weekend at Sioux City with Mrs Riter's mother, Mrs M. J. Sidwell and other relatives. Sylvia Worthington of Worthington, Minn, has been visiting Mrs Robert Schoby. She was at one time employed here as telephone operator. Harry Hargreaves r e tu r n e d Wednesday from the Veterans' hospital 'at Des Moines. where he had been receiving treatment for stomach ulcer. Bridget Gaffney, office nurse for Dr. John Kenefick is on vacation and is with relatives ai Rockwell. Mrs Beulah McVay is substituting for her. Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg and Lenore spent Sunday at Cedar Fall? with the other daughter Dorothy, a sophomore student at Hie Iowa State Mr and Mrs Fred Behnke are here from Pasadena, Cal. From here they are going to Watertown, Wis. They were supper guests recently of Mr and Mrs Ben' Reid.' Mis Lenora Hiliz has been visited the past ten days by her nephew, Dennis Dietering and his friend Glen Phillips of Camp Pendelton, San Diego, Cal.. They returned to the coast Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Leroy Crapser have had word from their son Charles that he expects to sail Oct. 29 from Scoffield Barracks, Hawaii. He was sent there from Korea and it is two years in September since he has been home. After a leave here he is being transferred to a base in Maine. A family reunion was held recently at Mr and Mrs L. L. •Riter's honoring the former's sister, Mrs F. M. Duroe, of Colma, Calif. Others in attendance were his brothers-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs V. E. Morey and George of Craig and Mr and Mrs T. M. Shawhan and Mary Ellen of Lake Mills. Dr. and Mrs Daniel Bray went to Des Moines today and will be gone till Sunday. Mr and Mrs Harry Cutler had the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs C. T. Wilson of Alta as, last weekend guests. Mr and Mrs Everett Baldus were recently visited by Mr and Mrs Jack O'Donnell and two sons of Nevada. *' Mr and Mrs Paul Dettman had the letter's brother-in-law ana sister, Mr and Mrs Pete Looft, of Armstrong as dinner guests. Mr and Mrs William Weiner spent the weekend at Norfolk, Neb., with their son-in-law aht. daughter, Mr and Mrs Marshall Dodder. Mr and Mrs Eugene Cook have as guest, Mrs Sally Morris, of Lincoln, Neb., mother of Mrs Cook. She will be here- for a visit of several days. Mr and Mrs Everett Baldus accompanied the former's brother, Laverne Baldus of Austin, Minn., to Austin ' last weekend. They also visited Mrs Baldus' parents Mr and Mrs Ed Cullen affe spending a few days at Rochester, Minn., this week with Mrs Cullen's mother, Mrs George Hickey of Beaver Dam, Wis., who is hospitalized there. Mr and Mrs Glen, Seger had their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Larry Leaneagh of Ames as weekend guests. They also spent some time with Larry's .iunt, Mrs Lorraine Dale. Larry is a student at Iowa State. Mr and Mrs Loren Courtney and the latter's parents, Mr ana Mrs Alfred Semon were visited a couple of days last week by the Sernon's daughter, ,Mrs R. W Welp and children, Diane and Jimmy of Fonda. Mrs Helen Passmore and her mother, Mrs Adrian .Sterling attended the funeral services Tuesday at Williams for Mrs Sterling's niece, Mrs Harold (Verna) Vulgamott, 52. Services were held in the Methodist church. Mr and Mrs Don Engslrom former residents here, now living at Whittier, Calif., are parents of their third child, a son Jerry born Oct. 11. Other children arc John and Joan. Mrs Engstrom is the former Norma Voyles. Mrs Clara Pompe of Algona and Mr and Mrs Otto Haack of. Cylinder were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Edward Ohm home in Lone Rock. Mrs Pompe is a sister of Mr Ohm and the Haacks were former neighbors. Joe Elbert, Moorman Manufacturing Company, spent two day!( this week at a sales meeting in\ Quincy, 111. Donald Prieskorn of Algona, district sales manager for the Moorman Co., was there for two days the previous week for a similar meeting. Rochelle Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs L. W. Johnson of Irvington, is expected home for the weekend. She is a student at the Iowa State Teachers college. She is a granddaughter and niece of Mrs Eva Deim and Mary Bieser, respectively. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen have been visited by the Jailer's brolher-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Alvin S. Karr of Ireton. They took the mother, Mrs Margaret Caughlin home with them for the winter. She has been with the Hansens during the summer. Mr and Mrs Arnold Elberi had as supper guests recently their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Bierstedt, Jean Munson of Humboldt and Russell Fisher of Titonka. Russell was home on a leave. He is in the navy and stationed at San Francisco, Cal. Mr and Mrs Chan D alley have returned from a trip to St. Louis, Mo., where they visited Mr and Mrs Chester Broz. At Sloau they visited Mr and Mrs Lawrence Brenden and they also went to Springfield, 111., former home of Mrs Dailey. Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips have returned from a 2300 mile trip to Colorado Springs, Colo, where they visited Elmer's parents and brother and sister-in- law. They also went to Cheyenne, Wyo., the Black 'Hills and Bad Lands of S. D., thence to Luverne, Minn., and Albert Lea. Those from out of town who attended the funeral services a week ago Monday for Carrie Wernert were Mr and Mrs Jack FIRESTONE CONTEST WINNERS NOW( POSTED AT BRADLEY BROS. Through us, the Firestone Tire Company ||J wishes; to.expppsi its thcinks-tp friends jS| and customers who entered the Fire- || stone $100,000 Prize Contest. jji The list of winners is now posted in our jij store. Why not stop in and look it over |1'; . . . and at the same time, see our com- |||| plete stock of tire buys. BRADLEY BROS lyiiyiijiipji^ s.TAR : Llfti This 4-second loading open channel Stapler saves time and tempers...and when it's loaded with those non-clogging 100% round Swingling Staples it does the quickest, neatest, stapling ' job in any office, home, factory or school. IT STAPLES! IT PINSI IT TACKSI UPPER DES MOINES Publishing Co. Phone 1100 Algona Hubndenux of Dubuqup, Mr nncl Mrs Roy Heller of Galena, 111.,, Mrs Walter Olson of Rockford, 111., Mr and Mrs Charles Sweeney of Cedar Rapids, Mr ami Mrs George Lenerz, Mrs Alvin Lcnerz and Mrs Ted Wagner of Livermore. Blend '55 & '56 Models - 50 Sold The new owners are: Reo—Fred Bentele, truck, Wesley. International—Western Buyers, Algona; and Eldon Brown, Fenton. Ford — George McVay, truck, Algona; J. B. Isebrand, Titonka; Hurley Work, truck, Swea City; C. A. Hinken, Algona; Herman Thilges, pickup, Algona; Dunne Campbell, pickup; R. G. Williams. Algona; J. G. Grotte, Algona; R. G. Thompson, Burl; Thomas Asche, Lakota; Lily E. Bell, Swea City; R. J. Hammerstrom, Burt: Thursday, October 20, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-3 and E. E. Krug, Wer.t Bend. Dodge—G. K. Nelson, pickup, Swea City; nncl Dun-ell Sparks. Algona. J Chevrolet — George Wagner, Bode; C. H. Downs, Titonka: Helen E. Mino, Ledyard; H. J. Keesee, Algona; Harold Wehrs- pann, Fenton; R. P. Palmer, Algona; R. J. Campbell, Fentor/ Bon Isebrand, Titonka; Wilbur Christensen, Wesley; Titonka Telephone Co., pickup, Tilonka- H. A. Smith, Burt; W. T. Me- Guire, Algona: Tom Trenary, Burt; Cletus Muller, Whitlemore; C. G. Kollasch, Whiltemore; Harry Kettwick, Buffalo Center. Buick — Jerry Puffer, Algonn, J. W. Cook, Lakota; John Collins, Swea City; E. H. Sheppard, Algeria; R, H. Gubel, Swea City; W. R. Clnwson, Algona. Chrysler—P. F. Fey, Algona. Plymouth—John Burtling, Jr., Algona; George Rahe, Bancroft; Henry Moser, Ottosen. Olds—Mathias Bonnann, Algona; and Theodore Johnson, Lu- Verne. Pontiae — A. B. Schonck, Ai- gnna; and E. B. Wilcox, Algona. ', Only 3 Days Left! in Honsbruch Drugs <wco£l GET 2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1 PLUS A PENNY! | FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF Home Federal Savings & ban Ass'n of Algona, Iowa, as of September 30, 1955 ASSETS Government Bonds and Cash on Hand $1,052,247.63 Ownership in Federal Home Loan Bank System 100,000.00 Current earnings 2% , First Mortgage Loans On Homes _1 - $6,205,658.56 Consists of 139 FHA title 2 loans 100% insured; 343 Veteran's Loans 50% - 60% insured and 975 Conventional loans based on 60%.65% appraised value.* Small Home Improvement Loans .__ 176,710.79 100% insured under FHA Title 1. Loans Made On Customers Accounts 1,530.00 Real Estate Contracts 8.666.05 These contracts were purchased from ihe Home' Owners Loan Corporation in 1950 and are all small balances. Home Federal Building r -- 91,077.27 Fireproof four unit rental income annually $3,420.00 not counting offices of Assn. Furniture and Fixtures 27,126.79 Modern and new equipment including automatic burglar alarm and safety deposit boxes. Deferred Charges On Bonds and Insurance 3,316.76 Miscellaneous Assets __. ......_ --- 1,829.20 TOTAL ASSETS ._.. $7,668,163.05 LIABILITIES. Savings and Investment Capital by Customers : $6, Customers savings and investments all insured individually up to $10,000 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. Advances From Federal Home Loan Bank .._i •_._ . Money used by the Association in peak period of dwelling construction loans and repaid during inactive period of year. Loans In Process Advance Payments by Borrowers for Taxes and Insurance Other Liabilities ._ L, ± - --Unearned Profits on Title 1 FHA Loans , General Reserves and Surplus 572,553.23 375.000.00 269,444.37 11,331.66 432.94 13,417.45 425,983.40 TOTAL LIABILITIES . ..-LLl$7,668,163.05 ; ' * •" ••>,>'• 'Home Federal has made approximately $50,000 in loans on Mercantile Buildings. Total earnings paid to customers to date (July '1st, '1955) $941,209.91. The above statement and explanation is correct and sets forth ihe actual financial condition ot the Home Federal Savings and Loan Association as of September 30, 1955. Harold J. Keesee Treasurer and Auditor • Barbara Jean Smith Notary Public My Commission Expires July 4, 1957. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS ,H. R. Cowan, Chm. of Board. C. R. LaBarre, President, M. G. Norton, Vice President, M. J. Mowers, Exec. V. P. & Sec'y., H. J. Keesee, Treasurer, W. A. Foster, M. P. Weaver, H. M. Hauberg, Hon. G. W. Stillman and G. D. Shumway. ,sssssss///s//s//'//////////r^^^^ MARKET FRESH TRIMMED LB. Pork Cutlets - 39c DECKER'S VALUE LB. Sliced Bacon- 29c PORK LB. Loin Roasts - 39c LEAN MEATY LB. BEEF ROASTS-33c MORRiL'S RING BOLOGNA-3 rings 89c WILSON'S TENDER PICNICS IB. 4-6 IB. AVERAGE 33c HIRE AGAIN BY REQUEST-FRESH FROM THE WATER ONE DAY Walleyed Pike - Ib. 49c While They Last! 50 Quarters SWIFT'S PREMIUM 60-80 IB. 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