The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1956 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 17, 1956
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2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, Apfil 17, 1956 AROUND ALGONA' Mrs Ben Potter is hostess to the Staff parly of the Rebokah lodge this evening, (Tuesday). Naomi Circle meets Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs Edna Harr. Mfs Don Sheiman w.nt to Britt, Saturday, to attend funeral services for an aunt, Mrs Louise Thompson. Bel Canto music club will be hostesses at a coffee 1'or the Concert Drive workers on Thursday afternoon at the Druggist Mutual Insurance building. Mr and Mrs W. A. Foster spent the weekend at Fort Dodge as guests of Mr Foster's brother and sister-in-law, the DaHns Fosters. They attended the Rotary* convention and the Fred Waring concert. Mrs Harlan Sigsbee entertained her bridge club on Wednesday evening. Mrs Lloyd Pratt received the prize for high score, Mrs Tom McGraw was second and Mrs K. S. Cowan received the travel prize. ^—o— Xi Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi elected officers for the coming year at a meeting Fridby evening at the home of Mrs Marvin Cajhoun. Mrs Walter Schildknecht is the new president^ Mrs Rex Voyles, vice president: Mrs Ray Johnson, secretary; Barbara Haggard, treasurer: Mrs Dean Taylor, extension officer and Mrs Clayton Pittman, representative to the sorority city council. Mrs Paul Dettman is hdstess to her sewing club this afternoon. —o— Dr. and Mrs C. C. Shierk went to Fnrt Dodge Friday evening for the Fred Waring concert. J, N. Fleming of Whittemore entered St. Ann hospital on.Wed- nesday for ucler treatment. He is the father of Mrs Craig Smith. Mr and Mrs Waller Schildknecht spent Friday at Fort Dodge where they attended the Home Show and the Fred Waring concert. r. -.-. i(y m ... Mr and Mrs D. T. Hemmingsen had as their Sunday dinnei guests, Mr Hemmingsen's parents, Mr and Mrs Axel Hemmingsen of Newell. •' *—o— Mariners ClUb of the Presbyterian church met Sunday evening at the church. Hosts were Mr and Mrs Carroll Branson anc Mr and Mrs Condol Woods. The program was on Race Relations —_o—. Mr and Mrs Charles Stevenson and family of St. Louis Park Minn, spent the weekend here with MiyStcvenson's mother, Mrs Olive Herbst and his brother Tec Herbst. Mr and Mrs Allan Buchanan and Mr and Mrs Eugene Hutchins returned Sunday from a several days vacation trip in the Ozarks. The Buchanan boys were cared for by their grandmother, Mrs Edith Buchanan and the daughter, Lynn went to Atlantic to visit rjpr maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Karl Wiuff. Mrs Lyle Schipull of entertained : a group of Bryant schoolmates ot her son, iDuane at i party Saturday afternoon in i6nor of his Seventh birthday. —0— Mr, and. Mrs. Walter Schild- tnecht are entertaining at a neighborhood coffee Wednesday evening in honor of Dr. and Mrs L. L. Snydcr. The Snyders are moving Saturday to their new home on McGregor street. —o— Mrs Elizabeth Post was hostess to the Eight Specs card club on Thursday evening. Mrs Elmer Kelly and Mrs Lester Johnson were guests. Prizes were received by Mrs Esther Helberg, Mrs Beecher Lane and Mrs Mable Lee. n.__Mrs Carl Morck. Jr. was hostess to her bridge club on Thursday evening. Mrs Helen Dooley of Manchester, N. Hampshire and Mrs Jack Chrischilles vv e r c guests. Prizes were received by Mrs Dooley, and Mrs Ed Gil- moje. Mr and Mrs Tony Guzowski, former Algonans now of Waterloo, spent the weekend here with friends. They were house guests of Mr and Mrs L. E. Linnan. Mr Guxowski is football coach at West Waterloo high -school and will do recreational work at Waterloo playgrounds this summer. —o—• Presbyterian Women's Organ ization meets Thursday afternoon for dessert luncheon. The Upper Room devotionals are in charge of Mrs Alwin Huenhold and Mrs Bertha Pommer will give the program devotions. Ruth Circle will present a skit, "Christian Living Family Style." Participating are Mrs Leon Martin, Mrs Wilbur Reinders, Mrs D. T. Hemmingsen, Mrs Charles Harclgrove, Mrs M. H. Brower and Mrs Richard Burt. will sing. . Mrs D. H. Carver Mr and MffiAbilUml *f«r in Minneapolis writ-it Mr Williams is conducting business for the Hub Clothiers. They left on Sunday and plan to return Wednesday. Marijane and Jack are staying with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs L. S. Mackey during their parents' abence. ' — o— Mr and Mrs Glenn Cfilly who have been visiting here from California for several weeks, left Moflday for Sac City to spchd ft few days with their seft and Matt* |hWHMn*law, Mr And Mr ; s Hah* fdfd Voyles. They plan to go to Kentucky to Visit relatives and then spend move time in Algona before returning to California. Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourn* and son, Bill returned Thursday from a three week's trip to Florida. The daughters, Julia and Bar- bara spent part of the time with them on the trip but returned earlier because of school. The Boiirhes called on- Ann S.till-. rnan iNtorf 611 afld het husband and baby Catighter at Tallahasee. or tfettoifioN OF \ IOWA StATB BANK * " ' of At66ftft> toWS R! the close ol business April 10, 19S6, a Slate banking institution organized tnd operating under ihe bunking law* of this State and a mefnbir of the 'edernl Refefve System. Published In accordance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by ihe 'Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks. Including reserve balnncc, nnd cash items in process of collection - SI.450.185.12 2. United States Government . obligations, direct and guaranteed 1.824.108.50 3 Obligations of States nnd political subdivisions 503.904.15 5 Corporate stocks (Including $6.000.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) .--. 6.000.00 6 Loans and discounts (including $417.81 overdrafts) 2.062,854.06 7. Bank premises owned SHtOOO.OO.. furniture and fixtures, none 14,000.00 IBank premises owned are subject-to no Hans not assumed by bank; 12. TOTAL ASSETS ----- *-~ £ i;: 5.057,051.83 LIABILITIES 13 Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 4,468,82.1.80 14 Time 'deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations... 11,693.79 15 Deposits of United States Government i including postal savings) 130.566.71 IG' Deposits of States and political subdivisions 824.1)64.80 17. Deposits of banks -. 48 ' 2 19-]2 IB Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) , - 14.65o.45 in'TOTAL DEPOSITS — $5,496.015.14 !4. TOTAL LIABILITIES ...... 5,496.915.14 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS "i Canttnl * — -- - - ' --- - 100,000.00 >6 Surplus " " """ - """" 100.000.00 11. Undivided profits .". — r .-- -- 260.13C.69 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS - 460,136.69 iO. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 5,957,0oi.83 '• Tills bank's capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of $100,000.00 MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for-other , n purposes ' -.-: aJiA. - - 300.000.00 I. A. F. Agena. V. P. of the above-named bank, hereby certify that the ibove statement is true to the best of:my knowledge and belief. Correct—Attest A. F. Agcna, V. P. H. L. Gtlmore, F. L. McMahon, Hugh Raney, L. K. Linnan—Directors State of Iowa. County of Kossuth ss Sworn to and svibscribed before me this 13th day of April, 1956. Anna Merrill Notary Public (Notary, seal) Livermore News Mr and Mi's Kenneth LaytcVi and daughter were Thursday eve- ning visitors at the Lawrence Madsen home near Rutland. Mr and Mrs t>eon Murray of Newton and theif Son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Mike Sell of Des Moinos, Were Friday visitors at the William Murray home. Mr Murray is the son of Mr and Mrs William Murray. f Dinner guests Easter Sunday at the Leslie Jensen hdme were Mr and ' Mrs Chuck Ling of Des Moines, Mr and Mrs Ted and family of Ukota and Mr and Mrs Wavne daf|Uner and daugtv ters of HuiWWWtv. _ *,Mrs N K. Madsen and son Will olfcurr^ldt Were EftSiet dinner guests at the home of her dftUgh- tfer MfS Kenneth Layton and family, Long Island is island in the U. S. the largest J Have You Drained Last Winter's Anti-Freeze? Leading Automotive Authorities Recommend Draining Used Anti-Freeze Every Spring, and Replacement With Fresh Water and Rust Inhibitor For Summer Driving. Here's What You Should Know . . . Even though an anti-freeze solution may be clear and rust-free after a winter's driving season it may have, lost a large part of its inhibitor life. Leading anti-freeze manufacturers, car manufacturers, and other qualified organizations advise draining and discarding of anti-freeze solution after one winter's use. For maintaining the besf possible corrosion protection and cooling efficiency.the year around: 1. Install a completely fresh filling of anti-freeze in the Fall. 2. Drain the solution in the Spring. 3. Add a dosage of summer rust inhibitor to a fresh filling of water for warm weather driving. Reference: AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING MATERIALS BOOKLET "Selection and Use of Engine Anti-Freezes" 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia 3, Penn. • * * * Even the best anti-freeze should not be used the second season, for their rust inhibitors may weaken and lose their efficiency. Re-use may cause expensive repairs. Changing cooling solutions periodically makes the same good sense as changing motor oil. Reference: AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASS'N BULLETIN APRIL 1951 Pennsylvania Avenue at 17th Street N. W., Washington 6, D. C. In order to maintain maximum protection against corrosion, drain the anti-freeze solution after one winter's use. Anti-freeze inhibitors are continually depleted by use and will eventually reach.a corrosive condition. In view of the comparative cost of anti-freeze and even of so minor a replacement part as a water pump or radiator, it is certainly cheaper in the long run to use new solutions each year. Under no circumstances should anti-freeze solution remaim in the cooling system during the Summer, as its deterioration will be much more rapid under summer driving conditions. , i Reference: NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS NBS CIRCULAR 506 "Automotive Antifreezes" U. S. Government Printing Off ice, Washington 25, D. C. Drain anti-freeze in the Spring after freezing weather is past; flush the system thoroughly kind clean if necessary; then install a fresh filling of summer rust inhibitor and water. 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