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4~Aigdno (lo.) Pea Moine» Tu«tdoy, Jdhuory 10, 1956 James Geelan Weds Cascade Girl, Dec. Whitfemore — St. Mary's Catholic church in Cascade was thr setting Wednesday. Dec. 28. for the wedding of Eleanor Dehner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl H. Dehner of Cascade and James H. Geelan, Son of Mr and Mrs James B. Geelan of Whittemore. Rev. John Mauer officiated at the 9:30 ceremony. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bt ide wore a gown fashioned of imported Chantilly lace and nylon tulle styled with a sculptured bodice ending with a. scalloped bateau neckline outlined with jeweled poilette. Her floor length skirt was fashioned of tiers of tulle ruffles and a halo crown of seeded pearls inset with tiny jeweled sequins stars, held in place her ballerina French illusion veil. She carried ah orchid on a white prayer book, which belonged to grandmother and is 70 years old. Her crystal rosary was a gift of the bridegroom. . The bride's sister, Mrs James Miller, was matron of honor. Her bridesmaids were Helen Koob and Elaine Tauke. John Geelan was his brother's best man. Groomsmen were Donald Uhlenhake and James Miller; Merle Kollasch and Nick ColJins ushered. The wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents, with cfinner at Poplar Heights, Monticello, at 12:30 and a reception from 2 to 5 at the Legion Pavilion in Cascade, with 300 guests. Mrs Geelan is a graduate of St. Mary's school in Cascade and the Dubuque Beauty Academy. Mr Geelan attended Presentation Academy in Whittemore, from which he graduated and also graduated from Loras College in Dubuque, in 1955. At present he is athletic coach at St. Cecelia's Academy, in Algona, where Mr arid Mrs Geelan will make their home. Mr and Mrs George Maahs and sons visited at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ronald Emery and at the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Erwin Ku-aeker in Ames, Monday. Mrs Earl Schmitt entertained a group of small boys at her home Tuesday afternoon in honor of ,her son Robert, who was seven years old. Mr and Mrs Herman Zumach and Mrs Adelia Meyer visited with Mrs Nick Gengler who is a < NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS ' Notice is hereby given of the annual meeting of all members of the Home Federal Savings Si Loan Assn., of Algona. la., to be held in accordance with the charter and by-laws of the association on January 18th, 1956 at 2 p.m., at the office of the association located gt 220 East State St., Algona, la:, said meeting to be held for the election of directors whose terms expire, reading of reports and for the transaction at any other business of Vie association that may come up before the meeting. Signed C. R. LaBarrc President (Published Tuesday, Jan. 10, Ifl56, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines. HEARING OF FINAL HEPORT OF ENGINEER OF COMPLETED CONTRACT FOR THE IMPROVEMENTS TO .DRAINAGE. DISTRICT. PALO ALTO - KOSSUTH JOINT NO. 1. To all. landowners and interested persons in Drainage District Palo Alto- Kotsuth Joint No. 1. You aru hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the County Auditor, Kossuth County, Iowa, a report signed by G. D. Hart. Engineer in charge of the improvements to said Drainage District Palo Alto-Kossuth Joint No. 1, stating in part as follows: "I find that the work has been done according to the specifications and I hereby recommend that the contract be considered completed." You are further notified that same will come up for hearing before the Boards of Supervisors of Palo Alto and • Kossuth Counties. Iowa, at the Court House in Algona, Iowa on the 18th day of January, 1U56. at 2:00 o'clock p.m. Any party interested in said district or the improvement thereof may file objections to said report and submit evidence tending to show said report should not be accepted. BOARDS OF SUPERVISORS KOSSUTH COUNTY. IOWA AND PALO ALTO COUNTY, IOWA. By C. S. Pearson. Kossuth County Drainage Clerk. (Published Jan. 10, 1353. in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines.) patient at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The women are sisters. Dinner guests at the home ot Mr anil Mtrf Uoorge Meyer last week Sunday wore Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and family, Mi and Mrs William Ostwald and daughters, Mr and Mrs Edwin Greinert and tamily, Mr and Mrs Bert Seely, all of here; Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn and family, Mr and Mrs Paul Dcitrich ano family, Mr and Mrs Eldon Fehr and daughter of Rodman and Mr and Mrs Lee Campbell of Mount Ayr, Mrs Campbell and Mrs Meyer are sisters. Mr and Mrs John F. Baas returned home Tuesday evening from Hudson, Wis., where they spent several days visiting with Mrs Conrad Knecht and Mrs Clifford Scholl. Mrs Mathilda Meyer entertained Robert' Be'll, Mr and Mrs Loren Bell and son Charles of Algona, and Mr and Mrs William Mcyci Sr., of here at a six o'clock dinner Monday evening. Mrs Elmer Ostwald has been under the doctor's care for the past week. Donald Higgins returned to Chicago Tuesday where he is attending a school in electrical refrigeration and air con'dition- ing. Gordon who was reccnll> discharged from service also left last week for St. Louis, Mo., where he is taking up aeronautics. Both are sons of Mr and Mrs Con Higgins. Brenda Gade, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lorenz Gade, and Richard Meyer, son of Walter A. Meyer, returned to their studies at Concordia Teachers College at Seward s Neb. Monday evening, after spending the holidays here with their parents. Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl entertained a number ol friends and relatives at their home Wednesday evening at pinochle. Present were Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems, Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs Thomas pun- phy, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, and Mr and Mrs Arnold Gade. The Whittemore Band Boosters held their annual meeting in the Whittemore Public School auditorium Thursday evening. William Meyer Jr. was elected president; Winfield Carlisle, vice president; Mrs Ralph Walker, treasurer and secretary. Monday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz were Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz, Mrs Ruth Schultz and daughter Janice and son James, Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz, Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer and son Eldon Ray and Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and son Vernon of here and June Schmeling of Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy had as dinner guests at their home Tuesday evening Mr ana Mrs Arnold Gade, Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems, Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl and .Mr and Mrs illiam Gade.' The latter part of the 'evening was spent playing pinochle. • Silver Wedding For St. Benedict Couple, Jan. 6 St. Benedict—The Town and Country Club members and their husbands surprised the Magnus Rahm family the evening of Jan. 6, on their 25th wedding anniversary. There were about 35 present. Lunch was brought by the guests. Cake baked by Mrs P. Arndorfer and prettily decorated by Mrs Nick Arndorfer. Mrs Tom McNeilly of Ft. Dodge was a visitor at the home of Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer the afternoon of Jan. 2. Her husband is being transferred to Houston, Tex. He is employed with the Fort Dodge Laboratory Co. Mrs McNeilly will go to Texas when living quarters are available. Rosemary Carroll called at the Arndorfer home. The girls are sisters and are daughters of Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll of. Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs Jake Simons and daughter Marlene dropped in, too. Arlene Arndorfer left Thursday, Jan. t> for Chicago where she resides. She is a R. N. at St. Francis' hospital in Evanston, 111. She has been visiting at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Mike Arndorfer of Corwith and other relatives. Her sister and brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Marcel Reding, were hosts to her STATEMENT OF CONDITION HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Algona, Iowa After the close of business December 31, 1955. ASSETS First Mortgage Loans and Other First Lifns on Real Estate $6,104,051.23 Loans on Sa%'ings Accounts 3,995.00 Other Loans 154.915.40 Investments and Securities 822,400.00 Cash on Hand and in Banks 715,613.07 Office Building and Equipment less Depreciation 115,374.30 Deterred Charges and Other Assets 8,534.09 and to their brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs Gene Arndorfer and another sister and brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Jerrj^ Oxley and to their parents, Mr and Mrs Mike Arndorfer, and Mary Agnes, Tommy and Alice. Homemakers Of Burt Twp. Will Meet Jon. 16 Burl—The first meeting of the year for the Burt Township Ilomemakers group will be held at the home of Mrs C. M. Gross, with Jessie Long and Marilyn Westling assisting hostesses. All women of the township are invited lo attend thus meeting Tuesday, Jan. 16, the town women as well as those living on farms are invited. Roll call to be answered with a recipe for :i One-Dish-Meal. The lesson on One-Dish-Moal will be given by Luella Schenck and Stella Dittmer. The county health nurse will give a talk and a film on health will be shown. TOTAL ASSETS $7,924.883.09 LIABILITIES Capital $6.980.018.75 Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank 375,000.00 Loans in Process 1-38.331.44 Other Liabilities 11.872.99 Specific Reserves ... 16.795.40 General Reserves $340,642.96 Surplus 56,221.55 39C.8U4.51 TOTAL LIABILITIES r ._$7,924,SB3.09 * ' » »• ' < t CURRENT EARNINGS ON SAVINGS & INVESTMENTS 3'i ANNUALLY PAYABLE ON JUNE 30th AND DECEMBER 3b,t EACH YEAR. ALL ACCOUNTS INDIVIDUALLY INSURED TO $10,000 BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION, of Washington D C. Officers and Directors C. R. LaBarrc, President; M. G. Norton, Vice President- M. J. Muuvi-s. Executive Vice President & Secretary, H. J. Kee.-.ee, Treasurer: Directors: H. R. Cowan, board chairman, \V. A. Foster. M. P. Wt«Vfl'. H. .M- HUmlwrfc. Hon G. VV. Sti!|,ii;in ;m.-l C D Sk m-v. ,,v C. R. LuBuire, M. G, Nuitun, M. J Mow is Mr and Mrs Harry Sankey had the following Christmas week relatives at their home: Mr and Mrs Joe Kobriger, Mr and Mrs R. N. Foster and daughters, Mrs Maude Johnson and son, of Davenport and Mr and Mrs Ben Johnson and children of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs George Koestler and family were supper and evening guests at the Louis Rie- dels Sunday. Members of the Jolly Ten Club went to the home of Mrs Fred Habeger Saturday afternoon in honor of her birthday. Those in this club are Irma Doege, Clara Graham, Charlotte Habeger, Mary Beth Hamilton, Bertha Koestler, Gertie Moore, Frances Sarchet, Bertha Stow, Cora Stow and Loretta Waltman. Lunch was served and gifts were given the guest of honor. Mr and Mrs Lance Riebhoff with Mr and Mrs F. L. Pratt went to the Fred Habeger home Friday evening in observance of Mrs Habeger's birthday. The V.F.W. joint meeting with the Auxiliary will be held Tuesday evening, Jan. 17, at the hall! Mrs Louis Riedel with Mr and Mrs Andy Naunum and sons attended the wedding of a niece in Algona recently. Beverly Kain was married to Leonard Plaehn at the Lutheran church there on Tuesday. Mrs Lydia Frankl of Algona called on Mrs Flossie Leason Saturday last week. Don't forget the Public Card party at the V.F.W. hall Monday evening, Jan. 16, sponsored by the auxiliary. Prizes will be given and a lunch will be served, Mr and Mrs Harry Sankey spent a day recently with thy Henry Sankeys in Blue Earth. Henry is the Sankey's oldest son. 1 Katheryn Manus of Washington, D. C. spent the holiday week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Manus and other relatives here. She returned to Washington, D. C. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Wm. F. Hamstreet left the last of the week for Arizona where they plan to spend some time. They will also visit California and Oregon and return to Iowa in April. •Mrs Luther Fairbanks entertained Tuesday afternoon honoring Margaret Hoffmaster on her Birthday Anniversary. Guests were Thelea Christensen, Lillian Frederickson, Stella Geesman, Ruby Hthckley, firma Pratt, Jenny Riebhdff and Anna Zanke. A decorated birthday cake was served. Friends received word of the recent hospitalizfttion of Mr Millen of Mitchell, S. D. Latest information is of his improvement in health. Lawrence Doege and Milford Smith furnished trucks Saturday for the Boy Scout paper pick-Up. The Scouts are working towards the summer camping project. Dennis Shipler was taken to Rochester Tuesday of last week following a relapse from an appendectomy and is improving at this time. Mr and Mrs Vern Shipler, his parents, were at the Rochester hospital with him. Jerry Vanderhoff, the small son of Mr and Mrs Roy Vanderhoff, has been ill and under the doctor's care the last of the week. Kossuth Youths At Conference Art Campney and Alan Helland, students of Simpson College from Burt and Fenton, have returned from the Ecumenical Student Conference on the Christian World Mission, conducted Dec. 27 through Jan. 1 on the Ohio University campus in Athens, Ohio. The .conference was attended by 3500 student delegates from 400 colleges and universities in North America and included 127S5 students from 80 countries around the world. i Campney and Helland attended as two of the ten delegates from Simpson College, and while at Ohio University had the opportunity to hear outstanding Christian teachers and leaders, and to participate in informal discussions aimed at increasing the interest and commitment of the students in the Christian world mission. The Algona Upper Des Moines nas the largest circulation in Kossuth county of any publication. A Mutual InvMfnwnf fontf PERIODIC INVESTMENT PLANS To Acquire UNITED ACCUMULATIVE Fund Shorts By these Plans an investor mar periodically purchase whole or fractional United Accumulative Fund shares by making relatively small periodic in- i vestments and hare all dividends automatically reinvested in additional i shares. i United Accumulative Fund holdi a i = diversified list of common stocks of i more than 100 American companies, I •elected for income and possibility i of appreciation in .value. • i - Proiptctui en Request j WADDELL ft REED, INC. | m. Principal UndVwriltri., i JOHN C. LOVE I Box 182 ! ALGONA, IOWA i i Please send me without obligation, j Pcospectus. i NAME ADDRESS- CITY miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil NOTICE We Will Close on Sat. Nights At 6:00 P.M. 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