The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1955 · Page 31
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 31

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1955
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TU r? nd Mrs Pal D °eming haa Mrs Doernmg's aunl. Mrs Kathenne Conlon, of Fort Dodge a« guest Sunday. h Mf and Mrs Clifford Riebhoff nad as recent guests the Jailor's brother and sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Harold Eckstein of Salem Oregon. Mrs Ralph 'Donovan has returned from Worlhington. Minn where she Went to assist in the care of the little grandson Jirnmv He is now recovered. Mrs Grace Thompson left ioday for Monona where she will visit her mother, Mrs Augusta Roland, HO. and other relatives. She will also visit at Garnavilla, and at Uubuque she will be with her sister-in-law, Mrs Esther Plait She will be gone several days. A daughter was born lo Mr and Mrs John Pat Colt-man 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 ('• Ibs. 14 oz. and has been named Maureen Bt'igid Coleman. Pays for itself in only 1 season! Tests prove that cattle make enough extra gain to pay for a Johnson Water Warmer p/;/t the gas in one season. Cattle and milk cows drink more when (he water's warm, and plenty of water is a mint 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 condcnsatc control, is absolutely safe and weather proof. lnv»»( fn a Jahnton Wo!»r Warmer now. Stop in or coll JOHNSON WATER WARMER » * F.f.d y S'otk fT lank -Jf" Ht-jirr tOHHSON-bvitdt'i of got b u ,,,: •qv'prrttnf for o*»r 50 ytait. RAPID Thermogas Company Mr and Mrs Ferman Chrislof- fcrs drove to Mapleton. Minn., last week Sunday to visit an aunt. Mr and Mrs Ray Beamish are spending the week at their collage on Woman Lake near Walker, Minn. Mr and Mrs Richard Cook had the latter's brother, Kennetfi Hai greaves, of Omaha, Neb., as weekend guest. Mr and Mrs John Romer were visited from Friday til Monday by the latter's father, William Beck of Dickens. Mr and Mrs Frank Butts 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 Klernme Sunday afternoon to visit Mrs Colwell's brother-in-law and sister. The couple's club of Si. Thomas Episcopal church enjoyed a party Tuesday evening m 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 gaine and fishing. Mr Emma Crouch recently visited h'T cousin and his wife, Mi and Mrs A. Bothne at Bode, and was joined there by her sis- te:. Mrs A. J. Onneren. Beriha Godfrey, former Algona kindergarten t;-acher for many years, -pent Wednesday visiting in Algona with friends. Miss Godfrey is now living at Ames. Mr and Mrs Hugh Colwell and Mrs Geoige Banwart were visited Sunday by their respective daughter and son. Dr. and Mis Harold Banwart and children of Add. Mr and Mrs Gordon Dillevson had a< gui'4-: Sunday Mr and Mi; Otto Wangi-rs> and family of F'aiibault. Minn. Mr Wangerss I.N manager o! the S & L store lh-re. Mr and Mrs Ben Reid had as dinner guests Sunday. Mr and Mi> Robert Allen of K'acim-. Wis , Mr and Mrs Albert Reid. Tom Ro:ii. Mrs Raymond Vigdal and Jearv-'.ti- and Wjltei R..-;d. of De.- Moincs. Twenly-lhree people of St. Thi.imas Episcopal church attcnd- ( d a district meeting al St. Mark's chinch in Fort Dodge Thui.-clay, Oct. l.'l Main speaker of the day was Bishop Nak.miura of Japan who adds i-s.H'd the group at Hotel Waidi-n following dinner thc-ie. Mrs Alice Clayton was at Li- vrrniorv Sunday attending a family dinner given in honor of the fourth birthday of her granddaughter. Mary Louise Roethler, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Rot'thicr. The paternal grandmother, M:.s Veronica Roethier was also present. Mrs Bertha Dally is being visited this week by her son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs C»!!ford Dally of Detroit. Mich. Thi-y -.'. ill aiM> vi^it Mr Daily's ;.>:•<.:h<•• -in-i:nv .,nd .-ister. Mr and Mrs WalU-r Xentner. Mrs Dally as caller recently Mrs Mildied Klopenheimer. a former resi- d(. nt here. She had come to visit the Gary F'unks and other :c!ati v<-.-. Dr. Floyd Sawyer, of ftansas City spent the weekend with his parents, Dr. and Mrs F. E. Sawyer. Mary Ann, aged Iwo and a half years and Joseph, 6, children of Mr and Mrs Arnold Elbert art- sick this week with flu. Mrs Emma Dehnert 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. Rifer spent the weekend at Sioux City with Mrs Riter's mother. Mrs M. J. Sidwell and other relatives. Sylvia Worlhington of Worlh- ington, Minn, has been visiting Mrs Robert Schoby. She was at one time employed here as telephone operator. Harry Hargreaves r e lu r n e d Wednesday from the Veterans' hospital at Des Moines where, he- had been receiving treatment foi stomach ulcer. Bridget Gaffney, office nurse for Dr. John Kenefick is on vacation and is with relatives aT 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 the Iowa State Teachers college. Mr and Mrs Fred Behnke are here from Pasadena. Cal. Fro IT. here they are going to Watertown, Wis. They were suppe: guests recently of Mr and Mrs Ben Reid. Mrs Lenora Hillz has been visited the past ten days by her nephew. Dennis Dk'tcring and hi.- friend Glen Phillips of Camp Pendellon, San Diego. Cal. They returned to the coast Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Leroy Crapser have had word from their son Charles that he expect* to sail Oct. 29 from Scofneld Barracks. Hawaii. He was sent there from Korea and it is two years in September since he has beer, home. After a leave here he :'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 hi- brothers-in^law and sister. Mr and Mrs V. E. Morey and Geori"- of Craig and Mr arid 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 Culler had the letter's parents, Mr and Mr? C. T. Wilson of Alta as last weekend guests. Mr and Mrs Everell Baldus were recently visited by Mr and Mrs Jack 6'Donnell and two sons of Nevada. Mr and Mrs Paul Detlman had the Jatier's brofher-in-law and 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 arit, daughter, Mr and Mrs Marshall Dodder. Mr and Mrs Eugene Cook have ;is guest, Mrs Sally Morris, of Lincoln. Neb., mother of Mrs Cook. She will be here for a visit of several days. Mr and Mrs Everelt Baldus accompanied the former's brother, Laverne Baldus of Austin, iMinn., to Austin last weekend. They .ilso visited Mrs Baldus' parents Mr and Mrs Ed Cullen are .-•pending a few days at Rochester, Minn., this week with Mrs Cu!- len's mother. Mrs George Hickey of Beaver Dam. Wis., who is hos.- pitalixed there. Mr and Mrs Glen Seger had their .-on-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mis Larry Leaneagh of Ames as weekend guests. They also spent some time with Larry's funt. Mrs Lorraine Dale. Larry is a student at Iowa State. Mr "and Mrs Loren Courtney and the latter's parents. Mr ann Mis Alfred Semon were visited u couple of days last week by the Semon's daughter. Mrs R. W We]p and children. Diane anci 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) Vulga- molt, o2. Services were held in the Method,st church. Mr pnd Mrs Don Engslrom former residents he:e. rv>\v living at Whittle,-. Calif., are parents oi their third c'ii'd. .1 :-<-n Jerry born Oet 11. Other chiitii'-n are John ano Joan. M:s Engstruin is the- former N»rma Voyles. Mrs Clara Pompe of Algona Joe Elberf, Moorman Manufacturing Company, spent two days 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 Mis 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 oi Mrs F>va Deim arid Mary Bir-ser. respectively. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen have been visited by the latter'? brother-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 a.': nipper guests recently their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Bierstedt, Jean Munson of ^Humboldl and Russell Fisher of Titonka. Russell was home on ..' leave. He i.s in the navy and stationed at San Francisco. Cal. Mr and Mrs Chan Dailey have /e'urned from a trip to St. Louis, Mo , where they visited Mr and Mrs Chester Broz. At Sloai-. th'-y visited Mr and Mrs Law- p-m-e Brenden and they also w--tit to Springfield, 111., former home of Mrs Dailey. Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips have returned from a 2300 mile ti :p (o Colorado Springs. Colo, where they visited Elmer's par- tmN and brother and sister-in- law. They also went to Cheyenne. Wyo.. the Black Hills and Bad Lands of S. D.. thence to Luveine. Minn., and Albert Lea. Those from out of lown who attended the funeral services a week ago Monday for Carrie Wernert were Mr and Mrs Jack Rubfldr-aiiY of Dubuqup. Mr mid I Mrs Roy Heller of Galena, 'ill.,,' Mrs Walter Olson of Rockford, 111., Mr and Mrs Charles Sweeney of Cedar Rapids, Mr and Mrs George Lenerz. Mrs Alvin Lenerz and Mrs Ted Wagner of Livermore. and Mr atv Cylind'-r •.'.••. and supp'-r Ohm h Mrs Or to Haaek of ;•'• Siindi.y afternoon i-uest- ;•'- the Edward in I... ni? Rock. Mrs Pompe i> a .-:> the Haaeks v burs. e; e if Mr Ohm and f-_>i iin.-r neigh- I 5=J . '. I .§ , ,g • 'Si i'MlllillllHifilinilttiilffilH'HII'ilFiliMI!. I.' 1 !'!:;!!!'..::'';!!!!!!!)!!...; FIRESTONE CONTEST WINNERS NOW POSTED AT BRADLEY BROS. Through us, the Firestone Tire Company wishes to express its thanks to friends =•"•; and customers who entered the Fire- Ifij! stone $100,000 Prize Contest. • I')] The list of winners is now posted in our |"; store. Why not stop in and look it over |...i . . . and at the same time, see our com- I plete stock of tire buys. |x^ BRADLEY TAPtERS ' STAPLES ' - s , •• • •• • This 4-sccond loading open channel Stapler saves time and tempers...and when it's loaded wiili those ;ion-cJogging 100% round Su'ingline Staples it does the quickest, neatest, stapling job in any office, home, factory or school, •IT 5TAPIISI IT PINSI IT TACKSI UPPER DES MOINES Blend '55 & '56 Models - 50 Sold The now owners arc: Reo—Fred Bentele. truck, Wesley. Inlernalional—Western Buyers, Algona: and Eldon Brown, Fonton. Ford — George Mr-Vuy, truck, Algona: J. B. Isebrancl, 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. Bel!. Swea City: R. J. Hammerstrom, Burt: Thursday, October 20, 1955 Algona (ltt.) Upper Bes MeinM-3 and E. E. Krug, West Bend. Dodge—G. K. Nelson, pickup, Swea City; and Dandl Sparks. Algona. , Chevrolet — George Wagner, Bode: C. H. Downs, Titonka; He- Ii-n F;. Mino. Led yard; If. J. Ki-esee, Algona; Harold Wehrs- pann, Fenlon; R. P. Palmer. Algona: R. J. Campljell, Fentoi/ Ben Txebrand, Titonka; Wilbur Chi -istcnsen. Wesley; Titonka Telephone Co.. pickup. Titonka • H. A. Smith. Burt; W. T. McGuire. Algona: Tom Tronnry Burt: Cletus iVTuller, Whittemorr C. G. Kolla.-c-h. Whitlemore Han-y KrtUvirk. Bufialo Cvn'i-r Buick — Jerry Puffer. Akona J. W. Cook. Lakota: John Collins. Swea City: K. H. Shcppard. Algona: H. H. Gabel. Swea Citv: W. R. Clawson. Algona. Chrysler—P. F. Fev. Algona. Plymoulh—John Battling. Jr., Algona: George Rahe, Bancroft; Henry Moser. Ottnsen. Olds—Mathia.-- Bonnann, Algona: and Theodore Johnson. Lu- Verne. Pontiac — A. B. Schenck, Ai- gona; and E. B. V/ilcox. Algona. Only 3 Days Left! in Honsbruch Drugs GET 2 FOR THE; PRICE OF 1 Publishing Co. Phone 1100 Algona illlllllliniHiM FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n <sj of Algona, Iowa, as of September 30, 1955 ASSETS Government Bonds and Cash on Hand ... _- 31,052,247.63 Ownership in Federal Home Loan Bank System _. 100,000.00 Current earnings 2% First Mortgage Loans On Homes ..... .... $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 . _ 17671079 100% insured under FHA Title 1. Loans Made On Customers Accounts ....... 1530.00 Real Estate Contracts . „. . _ . '_ 8,666.05 These contracts were purchased from the Home Owners Loan Corporation in 1350 and are all small balances. Home Federal Building . _ . . _.. 91,077.27 Fireproof four unit rental income annually 53,420.00 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 .. .. ... _ _ 3,316.78 Miscellaneous Assets - _.. __ L829.20 TOTAL ASSETS 57,668,163.05 LIABILITIES Savings and Investment Canilal by Customers Customers savings and investments all insured individually up to S10.000 by Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. Advances From Federal Home Loan Bank 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 .._. Unearned Profits on Title 1 FHA Loans '_."_'_.~~I_ '."".""."."."."_"."."."."."."" General Reserves and Surplus 56,572,553.23 375,000.00 269,444.37 11,331.65 432.94 13,417.45 425,983.40 TOTAL LIABILITIES 37,668.163.05 'Home Federal has made approximately $50,000 in loans on Mercantile Buildings. Total earnings paid to customers to date (July 1st, 1955) S941 209.91. The above statement and explanation is correct and sets forth the 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. Slillman and G. D. Shumway. 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 MORREL'S RING BOLOGNA-3 rings 89c 4-6 LB. AVERAGE 33c WILSON'S TENDER PICNICS HERE AGAIN BY BEQUEST-FRESH FROM THE WATER ONE PAY Walleyed Pike - Ib. 49c While They Last! 50 Quarters SWIFT'S PREMIUM 60-80 IB. AVERAGE FRONTS HINDS. SIDES.. IB. 43c 39c VDU always SBUE! *•-»,»••. >v.'(Re.ta'.--i!. ti- . ,j ..••••• WITH THESE DOLLAR BUYS! MAYFLOWER NO. 2Vi CANS 3 FOR BARRETT PEARS or ELBERTA PEACHES .... $1 MAYFLOWER NO. 303 CAN RED PITTED CHERRIES 5 for $1 YOUR CHOICE LEMON LIME OR ORANGE 46 OZ. CAN REALEMON JUICE 5 for $1 MAYFLOWER WHOLE KERNEL, CREAMED CORN .... 8 for $1 VAN CAMP'S GRATED TUNA 4 for $1 JACK SPRAT COLORED OLEO 5 Ibs. $1 MAYFLOWER TOMATOES .. 6 no. 303 cans $1 CERTAINTY GUARANTEED Flour. 50 Ib. bog 3.19 MRS. TUCKER'S PURE VEG. Short'ning 3 Ib. tin 69c LARGE 400 COUNT COLORED Kleenex . 3 bxs, 79c CHARMIN Tissue ... 4 rolls 29c SWANSON'S PIES 4 PKGS. CHICKEN or TURKEY.... $1 SNOW CROP 2 PKGS. FROZEN PEAS 35c PURE GOLD 3 DOZ. ORANGES FANCY FLAME TOKAY GRAPES........ 9c LB. FANCY EATMORE 1 LB. BAG CRANBERRIES 19c PINKDREFT.2reg.pkgs.49c REG BARS SWEETHEART SOAP, tor &

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