The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1956 · Page 11
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Native of Ireland Reaches Lone Rock, Td Make Home Lone Rock— Mr and Mrs Daw " S Han * r --*-"-»rf nuu mis nan- tfi.1,4 y , drove io Mason City ™, da fy «f meet Jack McEniry, " cousin of Mr Lynch, who fw.1«J^ ne f S m C » unt y Limerick, cr-il* "k Mrs Hah nah Lynch f^Lte .»• la <" .?umme r flt the ffrtfr e e- Eniry home, and on her return home plans were started to bring Jack to this country \ , Jack is 25 ,yeafs old. This is his first trip to this: country,/He has one brother, one sister 'and his mother and father liviiig in Ireland. He is going to make hid home on the Lynch farm, and is sponsored by Mr Lynch. Jack's father and Mrs Hannah Lynch are brother and sister. Circle Meetings Mrs Clinton Rath .and Mrs Dayg" Webefa entertained the EslHeF- elf die Thursday afternoon at tnfe'Rfcth home. Mrs Hath read scripture and lead in prayer, Mrs Roger Jensen was in charge of'the;study period. Mrs MaUde Blanchard gave the re- pbrti' dn, the Presbyterial meeting at; Port Dddge Tuesday. The Patsy circle met at the hbrne of Mrs Ralph Hammer^ st^orrt with Mrs 1 Belnia Hammer- .strom assisting.-Guests were Mrs Glenn Krause and "* " ' Christensoni ______ Mrs Ronald Christenson gaveja report on the Presbyterial meeting, ^Mrs/Ralph Hammer- Strom had'scriiJtufe and prayer. Mrs~W. J, Cbttbri had charge 61 l/ie study period* Faster Gains Pol Luck At Genrfchs A pot luck dinner was" held Sunday at the Fred Genrich home with the following present: Mr and Mrs Howard B.lanchard and family of Des Moine'sfMr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard and Rick Lee of Spirit Lake, Mr and Mrs Delmar Angus and Joyce, Mrs Robert Angus and- Susan of Burt, Mrs Ruth Krueger, Mr anil Mrs George B. Long and family, Mrs Hoy SunkeJ, Mr and Mrs Ed. Blanchard, Mf and Mrs Law* rence ' Newbrough The dinner was and family. in honor of Beef Supplements With ftilbestrol, or if you prefer, without stilbestrol... either way, FELCO Beef Supplements can put fast, low-cost gains on your feeders. • • FELCO Beef Supplements have: MOLASSES to stimulate appetites and to promote bacterial activity in the paunch; , •. • - ' MINERALS to build bones for fast gaining cattle; '_! VITAMINS to aid feed efficiency. Stop in this week, and get the story on FELCO Beef.Supplements. Or, ask your neighbor. He'll tell you FELCO can't be beat. '.. - Whittemore Cooperative Elevator, Whittemore. The Farmers Elevator,. Bode. Farmers Cooperative EleVator Co., Swea City. We4t Bend Elevator Co., West Bend. Farmers Cooperative Society, Wesley. i Burt Cooperative' Elevator, Burt. Lone Rock Cooperative Elevator Co., Lone Rock Fenlon Cooperative Eltevaior Co., Fenton. fELCO'S THE BEST- SAVING'S THE REST ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR -Bancroft 8:00 P.M. SPONSORED BY Kossuth Count/ Democratic Organization Q®&sia8&^^ I _. ~J:** ~ I BRINO A BOX LUNCH L0Cf/OS! FOR THE "BASKiT AUCTION" Bachelors! Have A Restaurant Make Mp Your Box Lunch. &3B®&XOKa^^ il? R.M. (spike) Evans CANDIDATE FOR U. S. SENATOR Will Be Main Speaker All Count/ Democratic Candidate* Te If Introduced Howard Blahchard and family who were visiting here and also the birthday of Mrs Roy Zunkel. Birthday Honor Mrs Maude filanchard entertained a birthday party last Tuesday afternoon at her home in honor • of the birthday of Mrs Ruth Krueger. Guests were Mrs Kueger/ Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs Jack Quirtn, Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs Mary Flaig and Mrs Fred Geri- rich and Mrs James Long. The afternoon was spent playirfg five hundred with Mrs Kraft winning high and travel and Mrs Krueger lOW. . : P.T.A. Meets Monday P.T.A. will meet next Monday evening, April 30th. Mr ar/d Mrs Merton Larson will be the pro-, gram chairmen, Mr and Mrs Bob Schmidt will be food chairmen. Those helpirtg serve will, be Mr and Mrs ' Art Baker, Mr and Mrs Wm. Knoll, Mr and Mrs Sam McCleish, Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder, Mr' and Mrs Lewis Broesder, Mr and Mrs Floyd Salsbury, Mi and Mrs* Arden Hovey, Mr and Mrs\Woodrow Pettit, Mr and' Mrs Marlyn Bausman, Mr and Mrs Robert^ Hanna, Mr and Mrs Roy Ennen and Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus. ' Band Mothers Elect .The Lone Rocjc Band Mothers mat last Wednesday evening at the school with-twenty mothers present. Election of officers was held with the new president, Mrs Will .Kading, vice president, Mrs Wm. Knoll, secretary, Mrs Marvin Kueck- and treasurer, Mrs Dave Weber. • Bernard Pettit, Jack Quinn and A. A. Krueger attended a fireman meeting at Whittemore, Thursday evening. Mr and 'Mrs LeKoy Klepper and boys spent last Sunday at the parental Floyd McKain home at Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Geitzenauer and family were last Sunday dinner and supper guests at the C. J. Stauder home in honoi of Leon's 12th birthday. > • Mrs Frederick Schultz and Mrs Albert Shaser entertained the Mary Circle Thursday afternoon at the Schultz home. Mrs Jess Blanchard Jr. gave • a feport on the Presbyterial meeting. Mrs Clarence Martin had charge oi the lesson. Lunch was served to ten members. Mrs'.'Rpse Kraft held the -meet-, ing of'past presidents of trie American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday evening at her home. Those present were' Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs Bernhard O'Dqnnell, Mrs W. G. Flajg, Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom, and Mrs E. A. Lee. Mrs Sieb Behrends and Mrs Fred Genrieh were unable . to be present. Mrs Mary Flaig was a guest. Luncheon guests Wednesday at the Roy. Jensen home were Mrs Ed Hauptman and daughters, Mrs Vic Yuungwirth 'and daughter Julie, Mrs Bob Oxley and children Cherry and Mark all of Cqr- with, and Mrs 'Roger Jensen and Kathy. Mrs Woodrow Pettit, Mrs Marian Blanchard and Jonathan and Mrs Erich Seegebarth were coffee guests Thursday afternoon at the Gerald Gochenour home in Fenton. Clarence Priebe of Algona called Wednesday afternoon on Mrs Amanda Pettit. Mrs David Beck Sr. and David Beck were Wednesday evening supper guests at the A. A. Krueger home. Mrs Frederick Schultz, Mrs Jack Quinn, Mrs A. A. Krueger, Mrs Ruth Krueger and Mrs Don Houck attended a party at the Wm. Faulstich home in Whittemore "Thursday evening. hachael and Mary Hurlburt and Cheryl Krause were supper juests Thursday evening at ihe Uale Schroeder home in honor of 6usan : s first birthday. i Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and family spent Wednesday evening at the Merlyn Bauman home at LuVerne. Staff Sergeant and Mrs Gordon Wegener and Kristy of Greenville, South Carolina, Mi- and Mrs Frea Wegener of Algona spent Wednesday .evening at the Walter Thompson horne. David Elsbecker of Bancroft spent the weekend at the Ralph Thompson home while his parents went to Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Richard Hovey and family of Rolfe were Sunday afternoon callers at the Floyd Salsbury home. Sunday evening callers at' the Wallace McArthur home were Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl of Algona. bunday dinner guests at the Walter Thompson home were Mrs Lillie Thompson and Neva, Mr and Mrs Ralpli Thompson and La Vonne and David Elsbecker of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson and family of Swea City. The dinner was in honor of the birthday of Neva Thompson. Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson helped celebrate the silver wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Albert Pavik of Armstrong by attending a smorgasbord at Hands Park in their honor Sunday evening. . Mrs Howard Bierstedt accompanied Mrs Franklin Mueller of Fenton to Mason City Thursday and in the afternoon the ladies appeared on the Super Valu show. ,,Mrs Pauline McGuire of Al- gbna \Vas a dinner guest -Sunday at the E. A. Lee home. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and farhliy and Mrs Maude Blanchard spent Sujjday at the Elmgf Frank hbme arSwea City. Mr aM Mrs Clarence Acker- spn of Wesley were Sunday supper guests at the George B. Long home. Mr and Mrs Maflin Bausman spent the weekend at the Frank Tanner home in Stitzer, Wis. Mf and Mrs Glen Hughes and daughters Becky and Connie of Sac City spent Sunday at the parental Andrew Thomsen home . ME and Mrs Carroll Wells and family of Blue Earth were Sunday dinner guests at the A. D. Newbrough home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence" Newbrough and family were supper guests also. Mr and Mrs Larry Alt and family of Fenton were callers Sunday evening at the Frank Dreyer home. Mi- and Mrs Richard Behrends and family, Mrs John Behrends visited Sunday afternoon at the Leslie Behrends and were also at Fort Dodge supper guests there. • Mr and Mrs Arnold Groskreutz and Jeffrey of TrUesdale, Mr and Mrs Harlan-Blanchard and Jonathan were Sunday afternoon callers at the Erich Seegebarth home. Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus and family were guests Sunday at LaPorte City at the George Ramus home. Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt entertained at pizza supper Sunday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fischer and Defawn, Mr and" Mrs Alfred Schadendorf and family.- Friends and neighbors gathered at the Cletus Salz home recently honoring them with a party. The evening was spent playing cards with prizes going to Mrs Howard Salsbury and James Cody Sr. for high and low to Mrs Milton Marlow and Art Person. The self invited guests provided the lunch and presented the couple with a gift. The Salzes recently moved .to the Bill Madsen farm. > Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder entertained at supper Saturday evening in honor of SUsan who celebrated her| first birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mr Weiner, Mrs Emma Hurlburt, Mary, Rachael and Merwin and Donna Zumach. Sunday for dinner Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan were guests at the Orie Hurlburt home in honor of his birthday. Sunday evening the Schroe'ders called at the Victor Dreyer home Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards and Ralph were Sunday dinner guests at the Kenneth- Richaras home. Sunday evening callers at the Louie Berninghaus home were Mr and Mrs Carl Hoernke and family of Burt. / Mrs Ralpn Thompson visited Friday at Hurnboldt at the home of Mrs Anna Newbrough and Mrs Richard Long of Bancroft who had been visiting there since ^Vednesday returned to her horde at Bancroft with Mrs Thompson. Monday evening guests at the 'Dale Wegener home were Staff Sergeant and Mrs Gordon Wegener and Krisly of Greenville, South Carolina. Sunday evening for supper they and Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener of Algona were guests at, the Dale Wegener home, Coffee .guests Friday afternoon at the Ronald Christenson home were Mesdames, Roy Jensen, W. 3r. Cotton, E. M. Jensen, E. A. Lee and A, A. Krueger. ,W. H. Meyer of Swea City wai. a dinner guest Sunday at the Arden Hovey homu. Sunday evening the Hpvey family called at the Glen Teeter home in Burt. Mr and' Mrs Glen Eirenstme of 'ass Lake, Minn, and A. F. Krueger of Fairmont were Tuesday afternoon callers and supper guests at the Charles Morris tiome, Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Morris called at the Henry Manus home in Burt. Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen and Jamie Jo spent the weekend at Yale, la. at the Orville Deardorf lorne. Dinner and supper guests Sunday at the Leslie Johnson home were Mr and Mrs R. W. Williams of Estherville and Mrs Buleah Gammelgaard of Ringsted. Mrs Alfred Schultz, Tim and Debra and Mrs Chet Aline of O:- tosen spent all day Thursday at the Maude Blancharrl home. In the afternoon they all visited ai the Donald, Harlan and Je.-is Blanchard homes. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Geitzenauer and family were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the C. J. Stauder home at Bancroft CRASH The crash was heard for blocks when a big grain storage building collapsed at Alvord recently, Approximately 47,000 bushels of corn spilled on the ground. Tin 40x120 foot building had been built last summer. It would take about a million pieces of U.S. currency to weigh a ton. YOUR BEST BUY ! WORK i SHOES §•95 Seaml«t» upper* — cork — Goodyear Welt — — Irwtod to resist I I I I I I I JDIAMOND'SJ SUBPUB St. Benedict CDA Dance A Success St. Benedict—The C. D. of "A! held its regular rfieeting Wednesday, April 18th at 8:30 p.m., with Grand Regent Betty Dailey presiding. The dance sponsored, by the C. D. of A. at the Plantation Ballroom at Whittemore April 10, was a big success. Chairladies for the dance were Lillian Thilges and Irene Will. Our Mother-Daughter banquet will be held April 25th at the St. Benedict Hall. Following the business meeting bingo was played. Prizes went to Donna Hilbert for Attendance prize, Marie Kisch for cup prize and Gladys Thil} for plate. Chairlady for entertainment was Maxine Mulligan. Lunch was served with Dorothy Plathe, chairlady. Next meeting will be May 17th. Ottosen News Dinner guests at the Roy Telford home included 'Mr and Mrs Ed VonBank and Jane o^ Rolfe, Mr and Mrs Dean Telford and family, Lawrence Telford, LeRoy Worby, Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family and Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie Ann. Recent dinner guests at the Loran Daniel home .were Mr and Mrs Keith Daniel and family of Boxholm and Mr and Mrs Harvey Snyder of Boone, to cele-' brate Keith's birthday. Afternoon visitors at the Da'niel home were Mr and Mrs Bernard Jacobs of Bradgate and Margaret Holt and Priscilla Holt. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius Tuesday, April 24, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper De* Mo!ne*-l were recent visitors at (he home of her mother, Mrs Cora Bacon at Algona, and they wore dinner guests at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Alf Lee and family of Britt. Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle visited recently at the Bernard home at Bode to celebrate Bernard's birthday. Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and family and Mr and Mrs Knut Oppedahl and family were at the home of Mrs Bertha Oppedahl in Fort Dodge a week ago Saturday evening to help her celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs H. J. Nielsen and John Wayne were dinner guests at the Garland Westerman home at Plovei-. WEPOBT or CONDITION or EXCHANGE STATE BANK of weiley In the Slate of Iowa at the close of builncu on Aptll 10, 1956, ASSETS 1. Cnsh, balances with oilier bnnks, Including reserve balances, ami caslr'ltems In process of collection $ 168,48833 2. United Stoics Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 200,00000 3. Obligations of States nnd political subdivisions 8175380 R. Loans and discounts (Including $271.67 overdrafts) 550631 3fi 7. Bank premises owned $5,000, furniture and fixtures $n,203.53 ... 14,203.53 (Bank premises owned are subject to no'llcns not assumed by bank) 11. Other assets „ 220940 12. TOTAL ASSETS 102328044 LlABtLITIEcS ' ' 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnership*, nnd corporations 677.208 70 14. Time deposits of Individuals, partnerships, nnd corporations 86.002.21 15. Deposits of United States Government (Including postal savings) 35.585.3t 16. Deposits of States nnd political subdivisions . _ 108 002 OB 18. Other dejx>slts_ (certified and officers' checks, old.) ----ID. TOTAL DEPOSITS _. _" $D08.128~.44 308.14 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES 908,128.44 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital- 30,000.00 26. Surplus '. . 3000000 27. Undivided profits 55!l6o!oo 20. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 115,160.00 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . 1,023288.44 'This bank's capital consists of: Common stock with totnl par value of $30,000 „. . , , MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities nnd for other purposes __ 100,000.00 r,i °'.. D ' Lowe nnd L - H - Kleinpeter of the above-named bank do solemnly affirm thai the above statement Is true, and that it fully and correctly represents the true state of the several mailers herein contained and set forth, to the best of our knowledge and belief. J. D. Lowe President L, H. Kleinpeter Cnshler ,, Correct—Attcsl: Herman Bode, J. W. Goetz. L. T. Root, Ben G. Studcr—Directors. State of Iowa, County of Kossuth, ss' Sworn to and subscribed before me this 18th day of April. 1958. and I hereby certify that I am not nn officer or director of this bank. My commission expires July 4, 1957. Dolores C. 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