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»** Molii*8, AlffOtiS, lotw, Oct. 11, 1938 REV. HARVEY, SWEA CTTY. TRANSFERRED Kev, Watson Berrald Be New Minister of the Swea Methodist Church Bwea City: The many friends of the H. E. Harvey family are sorry to hear that Rev. Harvey was transferred elsewhere by the Methodist conference last week. The Harveys Tiave Served the local church for tho past three years and have made many friends among all the Swea City congregations. Members of nls church here had especially requested the conference by letter and telegram that he be returned, but the requests were not granted. Rev. Harvey goes to the M. E. church at Clarion, which represents a fine advancement. He Is succeeded here by the Rev. Watson Herrald of IDayton, who assumed his duties on Sunday. Rev. Herrald will bring his family and his household goods here this week. The Harveys were the guests of honor at a farewell party last Thursday evening. A fellowship supper In the church parlors was followed by a program, including readings by Mesdames Harold Jones, Oeo. K. Nelson, Aletha Ecklund, and Mary Moats. Mrs. Moats Is one of the oldest members of the congregation. A ladles' quartette consisting of Mrs. Wm. Thompson, Mrs. Cecil Griffith, Miss Doris Newstrand and Miss Lois Paulln, sang, following which Supt. A. H. Schuler presented the Harveys with an occasional table and a reading lamp on behalf of the congregation. The Harveys expect to move to Clarion next Friday. Boy Born to Petersons A ten pound boy, Reginald Lc- Roy, arrived at the Linus Peterson home on October 4. This Is their first child. Let us help you build a DREAM KITCHEN Will Move to Swra The Ben Klucns family of Seneca will move onto the former Will Chrlstensers/arm a mile south of Adeline Illg Marries Harold Friders ofSt Joe Sunday Springer, who died recently in Jan- sas City, were brought here Saturday and burled by his father's grave In the Harrison township cemetery. HJs parents were old time residents of Seneca township. A sister, Anna, of Swea City, Is the last surviving member of the family. The other sister, Louise, died In 1932. town, now family. occupied by the Rolf The O. E. S. will hold a meet- Ing and Initiation ceremonies on Tuesday night, Oct. 11. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hedges, Mrs. Clayton Roalson and Laila Berg are driving to Des Moines Wednesday on a business mission. The Andrew and Richard Bergs enjoyed a visit from their sister, Ellen Berg and a cousin, Elmer Asp, 150 AT PARTY IN ST. BENEDICT St. Benedict: The first card par . ty of this season was well Attend- of <ne brides A*4 KAn^m*!** F Y*%*^.—^. _».._.. .. .»_•!__ •**/v ' nilt*n* A*t*l *»tn St. 16i: tft a pretty wefpbf c*r- emony, Tuesday morning'a* eight o'clock Adeline, younfittydaus;n- t«* Of »t* and life FfW Jttf, %»• came the bride of Harold Frlder*. Rev. Father Theobald read the nuptial high mass. The brtde was attired in a white lace town with a long train and wore a long cape- shaped veil. She carried a shower bouquet of pink rose*. Laurena Frlders, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid and wore a malte lace gown with white accessories and carried an arm bouquet of white and lavender asters. In her hair she wore a Jewel wreath. Herman Illg, brother of the bride, was best man. A three course dinner was served to 38 at the home ^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^H^^^^^^W^^^^K^^^^^^^^^^^H^^JB^-S^^^^^^^^^HE^S^^^^^^^BBBf ^f^ Metnodlst AI4~- On« hundred and twenty-five wo men attended a 1:18 luntheon of th Methodist Ladles Aid society at th church, Thursday afternoon, Cov em fot nine ware laid as a tpecta honor to the member* whose birth days fell in October. Other mem bers were seated at four long: tables All of the table* were beautlfull> decorated with fall flowers. A large >lrthday cake was served at th birthday table and the members sang "Happy Birthday" to them This was the first meeting of the •ear and was especially for Dr. am ifrs. P. Earl Burgess. Ten men ame to help welcome Dr. Burge'ss Mrs. J. H. Overmyer was toastmlst ed recently. There were nearly W. present, fourteen tables of 500 and nine of bridge being in play. The prizes went to Mrs. Pfeffer of Wesley and Rev. Kramer in bridge and to Mrs. Ben Capesius and John Huff ni 800. Door prize was drawn by Roslee Dorr. Taken Seriously III Mrs. Leona Downs was taken ser- ously sick Thursday afternoon and everyone WHS very much alarmed. and his wife, all of Chicago. The L A . !do ^ o T. 1was ™Med at once and at _ _ . ^^™*"_ ~ '" tfVti* witimv *WA !• H.UM«t«.4._t t_^ party, accompanied by their friend. Jessie Cleveland, drove from Chicago, last Thursday and remained until yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fosgrcn rectiv ed a long distance call Saturday morning announcin gthe arrival of a son born that morning to their daughter. (Olive*. Mrs. Andy- Anderson in a Chicago hospital. This is Mr. and Mrs. Anderson's secon<T child. The baby's paternal grandmother lives at Ledrard. The ashes of the late Ernest writing she is somewhat Im • It's easy now to have a nnart, modern kitchen. These new Dream Kitchen Floors of Armstrong's Linoleum help you turn the trick in no time at all. They're so gay and colorful they make the whole room seem like new again. They'll simplify house-work, xx>, because Armstrong's Linoleum is surprisingly easy to keep clean. Come in to select your Dream Kitchen floor today. We'll have it in your home by tomorrow. No strain on your budget A PRICE TO FIT YOUR NEED Richardson Furniture Co. A City Store With Country Prices A Tip . . . You Can Take From Me We all know how easy it is to go through .1 dollar. But it takes a long time to go through the dollar's worth you get here. ' ' Money back quality' ' plus the style of flu- Modem Rresensky's sky's, Junior "Guild" Frocks, "Cfcrt- wright" Dresses—"Kay Dunhill", "Boston Maid", "ParU Style" Frock—for any purse, from 3.00 to 22.75 Kresensky's Cities Service Burning Oils NO. 1 PRIME WHITE NO. 3 FOE POWER BURNERS 0. T. SOLBERG Distributor Phone 122 or 88-W, Algona 41-44 Tutwday-Wxln«*day, Oct 11-1J T»iur».-Fri., Oct 13-M Continuous from 1 o''.!v.»c ''.>.;'.•/ Drama, Glamour. r:w.-.ar.-.i Saturday, Oct. 10—Firbt of ColL-giute St-rieu Dixl* Uuubar and Enutt Truex in "KRKSIIMAN YEAR" CotuiiijC Suiiday-.Moudaj', Oct 16-17 Lane Sisters, Claude Rains in "Four Daughters' MOVIE QUIZ '250,000.00 I R CASH PRIZES Fn« Boofcttt-Ask Us-Nun* of Theatre / proved. Build New Corn Crib Jot Cink assisted by his son. Lawrence. August Fehr and Chas. EmanuaJ hare been busy erecting; « new com crib on Mr. Cink's farm north of town. Mr. Roland is also building a rattle shed on his farm north of her*. Miss Roslee Dorr spent the week end at the home of her aunt, Mrs Irene Studer at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Will Dunlap and John Ar*nd were on a fishing trip to j Crystal Lake last Sunday. j Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ludwig land daughter. Joan, were visitors jflt the Dun Froehlich home Thurs j day evening. Airs. Bertha Henlger and daugh iter. Marlene departed for Waterloo 'last Friday to visit for some time with Mr. Heniger's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will Arndorfer anO son. Phillip and Mrs. Ben Capesius drove to Ackley last Satur day to call on Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hanlg. The beet growers of this community were ordered to stop digging beets for a short time because, of the low sugar content in the beets caused by the excessive rains. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hanson have moved onto the StuHick farm which they have rented for the coming year. They had lived with Ed Gorman for the fore part of this year. Rev. Kramer motored to Sheldon, last Wednesday to attend the funeral of an aged priest, Rev. Montgomery, he being an acquaintance of Rev. Kramer and was pastor near the home of Rev. Kramer's parents. Rev. Kramer also attended the dedication and confirmation at St. Joe, Monday of last week. Btlves and close friends. A wedding dance was given the same evening to the many friends of the bridal couple In the Flguora hull at Llvermore. The young couple will live on the Nick Frld- ers estate farm, which the groom has operated for the past year. $40 At Shower for Bride A miscellaneous and grocery show er was given In honor of Adeline Illg Frlders Sunday afternoon In St Joseph's hall. The bride to be was the recipient of many pretty and useful gifts. The afternoon was spent at cards and socially. The prizes were %warded to Mrs. Orville Wagner In five hundred and [rene Gelshecker In bridge. Mrs. Hllbert. Sr.. was awarded the door prise. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses to 300 guests. Mary Jane Reding of Whlttemore spent the week end at the Ted Wagner home. / The Peter Borman, Sr. families held a picnic Sunday at the Peter Borman. Jr., farm home. The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bert«. was baptized George Clarence. Sponsors were Mrs. Alphonse Berte and Clarence Berte. Lizzie Kenkal returned to her home at Early. Wednesday after n month's visit at the Henry Borman *o the rel-l M "- ""d Introduced W. A. Foster * ho av "> el home. Miss Kenkal Is a sister of Mrs. Bormnnn Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bormann are the parents of a girl born on Friday, Oct 7th. The Infant was baptized Rosella Anges. Sponsors were Agnes Kirsch and George Bor- who gave the welcoming address to Dr. Burgess. Both Dr. and Mrs Burgess spoke In advance. Following the business meeting, Mrs. A E. Michel and Mrs. V. K. Rising sang a vocal duet and a one act play, "Have You Had Tour Operation" was presented. Mrs. P. J. Waldron was chairman of the committee. Algona Woman's Club— The Algona Woman's club met for a regular meeting, Friday afternoon In the library clubroom. Twenty new members were admitted. The club which recently placed in the state poetry scrapbook contest, was presented with a book, "Flames on the Hill." which was in turn presented to the library. Mrs. Burdette Agard was appointed art chairman of the eighth district Mrs. E. A. Genrich proposed that the club pay the tuition for one student unable to meet that amount of money for the new Junior' Shakespeare club to be organised here shortly. Mrs. Cretzmeyer presided at the meeting. Numbers on the >rogram were a vocal solo by Mrs. ". K. Rising accompanied by Mrs. Valter Roberts, and the review of the book, "Fanny Kemble" by Mrs. H. E. Woodward of Whlttemore. Preabyterian Society- Mr, and Mrs. Lyle Mathes entertained 15 members of the Fellow- Mrs. L. F. Rice, Mra. D. D. Monlux, and Mrs. George St John were co-hostesses at a one o'clock luncheon and bridge party at the Rice home, Monday afternoon. Bridge was played at six tables. Mrs. F. A. Corey won the high price, Mrs. Lura Sander* the low price, and Mrs. D. P. Smith the price for hav Ing the score nearest to the year, 1638. .JL; ;.-*• Lutheran Society— The First Lutheran Brotherhood meets this evening (Tuesday) In the church parlors. Rev. C. W. Pfelff- er of the Presbyterian church will be the guest speaker. All men of the church are Invited and urged to attend. The Luther League will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 in the church parlors. GtM«t Day Tea— The Past Matrons will serve tea thta afternoon (Tuesday) to the D. A. R, guest day gathering, which will be held at the Masonic Temple. The program will consist of danc- ng numbers by the pupils of Ber- nlce Stock's School of the Dance, and a reading by Mrs. E. W. Hanion. Evwtlng Party- Mrs. M. J. Duffy WM hostess a an evening bridge party at he ome Wednesday evening. There were U guests present Mrs. L. V*. Fox won the flwt price, Mrs John McEnroe the consolation price, and the travel price went to Miss Mary Strelt Surprise Party- Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, Mr and Mrs. Gene Wray, and Mr. am Mrs. Louis Lynk surprised Lloyd Muckey on his birthday, Thursday evening. Bridge was played at the Gelgel. Mr*. B. V. Pierce'will be the lesson leader, and her subject will be "Folk song*". Baptist Loyal Chan— The Baptist Loyal class will meet Thursday afternoon at tike chnjreh. Mr*, dha*. ~ * ~ " and Mm. hosteWeB. , Reaper, Mrs. AlVM Hill, W. C. Bowrtan are the Read The Want Ada—n Payi West Bend Woman Undergoes Second Serious Operation West Bend: Harold Simmons was called to Rochester, Minn., Saturday by the serious Illness of his mother, Mrs. Jeanne Simmons. She underwent n second operation, on Thursday nnd rallied, although suffering much pain, Miss Ida and Oscnr Rllcy took Harold to Rochester. They wire ncrompanlcd by 'ils aunt, Mrs. Frnnk P.esch. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Butcher left Thursday forenoon for their home In Des Moines after a few days' visit n the Sloan home. Mrs. Mnlzcn i Morey Is on tho sick list. Mrs. Morey Is nn cldi-rly lady ard Is bring carad for bv h,?r daugh- :er, Anna, and daughter-in-law, Mrs. L.ee Morey. Mr. and MM. Elmer Lawman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wlrtc and f«m- ilv, Mr. anJ Mt.i. George lj»vman fi.ia Kon and Loui-- Lawman, all of Rodman, spent Friday at thj home of Mr. and Mrs Thoritein Satern. manr,. Mr. and Frs. Lorenz Borman are he parents of a girl born Sept. 25th n the KossUth hospital. The Infant vas baptized Edna Susan. Spon- ors were Mrs. Cap Kohlhaas and Lawrence Thllges. Henry Thllges. Nick Thilges, Arhur Illg and Julius Capes I us accompanied Irwln Olson to Coon laptds. Mr. Olson is salesman for he Pioneer Hi-Bred seed corn and ook them through the plant there. Anna Kayser has purchased the outh part of the Joe Becker, Sr., ot In St Joe and Is having a 22 by 4 foot house built. The Botsford Dumber Co. of Algona Is doing the work. The Beckers are having a ious« built on the same lot which Is nearly completed. Math Faber accompanied by Mm. John Friders from here and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Roethler of Algona, attended the funeral of Mrs. Henry Von Bank last Friday at Buffalo, N. D. Mrs. Henry Faber and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Cyrus Faber of Casselton, N. D., returned here with :hem for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Senry Faber Is a daughter of Mrs. Hary Fuhrmann. Washingtonians Visit Whitemore Family Whittemore: Mrs. Alice Reardon of Monroe, Washington, and her daughter, Mary'Catherine Reardon of Portland. Oregon, and Mrs. Geo. Her ley of Bellingham, Washington, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. John Cullen. The ladies are cousins of Mrs. Cullen and have been in KrnmeUburg visiting with their .••isur, Mrs Jackman. Mrs. Herlty ;.*-f.t th<: week end In Ik-a Molne't v/ifh h«.-r brother, T. ,T. White n I iir/li.ihcr>. tit the Champion, and M,A- state huperirirenderit rjf print- Tit ln» Horn to Volb* Mr ;lnd Mrs John Vi,H< arc the |,;s.nriti of twiiih born Halunlay ii'orninjf. a hoy arid a girl. Thin fnak<.-« a fiimily of two hoys and two i;irU for tilt Volks. MOK-H to \\hltU-niore Math Kirathbaijrn vacated the f'arl Voigt resilience Wednesday ami moved into the H. V. Helrnku house in the cast j/art of town. Undergoes Appendectomy S wen-Eagle: Dagney Roun under, went nn operation for appendicitis ' " Coleman hospital, Esther- nt the vllle. Fenton Pastor Returns Fenton: The Northwest Iowa Con. fcrcnce of M. E. pastors at Sao 'ity closed Monday and Fenton people were pleased to hear that Rev. and Mrs. J, O. Waterman were returned to Fenton for another year. Dther appointments of Interest to Fenton people were that the Rev. J. T. Snyder to return to Alta and the Rev. Nehema. pastors. W. J. Witter again to Both are former Fenton LOCALS J.t-Roy Farrtll moved hl« hou««- hol'l good* Wt-dntsdiiy in T)ioin|..son Huts. He vacated the the Andrew H. Klbtrt house and Curtii Stjidkr vii'.-tttrl the Ki.sele fi/nidencu .•»(id jiiovtil to Albert f-'ity, Sunday. Mr Mini Mrs. Onl PriinLiinx and <l;ujxt>UT, Jane arid Kruncis of Du- bu'jui;. returned home after spending from .Sunday until Wednesday ••it tne horn« of Mr. and Mrs. Simon \VcU-r. Jr , and the Peter Weydert home. Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and Mm, JameH accompanied by Dorothy Sebe/s, Evelyn Voigt, and Edna Suhultz and daughter, Elaine, auto- td to. Nashua. Minn.. Thursday inorniiiK to visit at the home of the Wm. Maahs and their fumilieti. Mr and Mrs. Herman Nieineyer of Eimhurat, III., arrived ut thu home of Mr. and Mr». Christ Meyer Wednesday to spend their vacation with relatives in the vicinity of j Whitlcmort'. Mrs N'itaieyer S muce of Mr. Meyer. U a J. I* Sonar got* to De« Molnea and Winterset today on Im portant legal business. After con •luding his business he expected to .•islt hla old home at Crcston, Iowa. Tho Koitkuth chapU-r of th» Am- trlcan Red Cross met on ,'iatur- Jay afternoon in the Algeria Chamber of Commerce rooms. The vac- nn.-y caused by the rc-siKnation of Hev. Vanct was filled by the election pf I>r. Herman Olson as the ru-w halrman. Roll Call Chairman, Dr. Shierk. KH Hamilton, a vvi-ll known former Algona young man, was •*. ek KID! visitor in Algoia :,n:| at I'.ani roft, where he visited his ncph- ;w, Harold Hamilton. George had for perhaps the past 2!5 years been >!•'. i invention secretary of th'j Ui.i Moines Chrnabcr of Commerce, and only last year resigned on account of hi* health. He in now feeling and looking pretty good and hU many old Algona friends were glad to see him again. Hr. and Mm. O. V. Pe«k and son, William are spending some time visiting their many old friends in Al- Kona. They drove here from their home in Portland, Oregon, and expect to visit Mrs. Peek's brother, Charley Johnson at Minneapolis, before returning west. Oils, who was Algeria's postmaster for a term or two. i* now at the head of a big title and trust company in Portland Both he and his wife ware popular as young folks in Algona twenty-five years ago. They are guilts at tho S. E. McMahon home. Mr. mid Mr». l^e o. Wolfe of Titonka were Algona visitors, Satur day, and Mr*. Wolfe attended a meeting of the Kossuth chapter of the American Red Cross, of which she is an officer. Mr. and Mr*. Woife expect to leave about the first of November for the south, where they expect to spend the winter months. Mr. Wolfe, who for majiy years was the owner and editor of the Titonka Topic, U gradually recovering hU health after a, long illness. Their many friends la Kossuth county will wl»h them a pleasant winter. ship club at their home at a cover ed dish supper and hard time part at their home, Wednesday evening A. E. Kresensky, Mrs. Mathes am Elva Ewoldt were placed on a com mlttee to draw up a program o study for the next six months Games were played during the eve nlng. The Men's club of the Presby terlan church will meet Thursday evening at the church and will be entertained by their wives. Commit tee members will be Mrs. Bertha Smith, Mrs. Ada Hardgrove, Mrs Lura Sanders, Mrs. Lawrence Gll- lesple and Mrs. R. H. Guderlan. Celebrate* 90th Birthday- Mrs. Elizabeth R. SarchefcU a resident of Algona since 1880, quietly observed her 90th birthday, Saturday, October 8th, at her home In east Algona. No invitations were sent out, but one daughter, Mrs. P. W. Reece and her duaghter, Lalla, came with a lovely birthday cake and ice cream and spent the day with her. .A grandson and a great grandson were also present. Mrs. Sarchett is the only member of her immediate family sUll alive, her sister, Mrs. Ella V. Morrison ol Lincoln, Nebr., died last April. Mrs. Sarchett was the recipient of four birthday cakes. Poet-Nuptial Shower- Mrs. Gordon Worster entertained 30 guests at a post-nuptial miscellaneous shower, Thursday evening, honoring Cleone Worster, who was recently married. Advice and favorite recipes were written for the bride and games were played. She opened an assortmnt of useful gifts after which a luncheon was served. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Worster, former Algona farmers and was married to Donald Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hughes of Emmetsburg In a ceremony performed September W. F. M. &— The Woman's Foreign Mislonary society of the Methodist church will hold Its dues paying luncheon at the church Thursday at 1:13 o'clock. Devotions will be led by Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Vocal selections will be sung by Mrs. A. E. Michel, and Mrs. V. K. Rising and Mrs. Kermit Forbes. Mrs. Otto B. Lalng will give a reading, and Mm. Walter Roberts will play a piano solo. Mrs. W. O. McCullough, the new president, will preside. C'arol Finn'* Birthday- Mrs. Wm. Finn entertained at a birthday party, Monday afternoon, honoring her little daughter, Carol's fourth birthday. Carol's littlo guests were Jerry Bob Anderson, Jerry Beamish, Jackie Llchter, Terry Bob Behlmer, Marilyn Stevenson. Patty Olson, and Nancy Ann Crawford. The liny folk spent tho afternoon playing games, and Mrs. Finn served light refreshments. Muckey home, and a late meal was served at the Anderson cafe. Congregational Election— Mrs. E. W. Lusby was elected aa president, Mrs. L. C. Hanson, vice president, Mrs. Albert Qranzow secretary and Mrs. W. P. French treasurer at the annual election of the Congregational church aseo elation meeting, Thursday. Honor* Hunband— Mrs. Earl Moore entertained at a surprise party honoring her husband on his birthday, Thursday evening. The eight guest* spent the evening playing chinker-check. The prizes went to Mrs. Earl Sprague and Herman Lindeman. Birthday SurprlMS— A group of women friends surprised Mrs, Alma Nelson, Friday ifternoon, the occasion being her Birthday. The guests brought the icnoree a luncheon, and a social afternoon was enjoyed. Bel Canto Club— The Bel Canto Music club will be entertained Wednesday evening at the country home of Mrs. Fred Council Oak Store WED. SPECIALS Fruit Cocktail 8 oz. cans Frute Gel, G pkgs. Asparagus, 8 oz. can Spaghetti, 20 oz. can Tac-Out Coffee, Af _ two 1 Ib. cans ™ *• 7c 23c 9c 7c lie 6c 19c Sc 5c 14 oz. jar Camay Soap per cake P. & Gt. Soap, 5 giant bars Raisin Cinnamon Bread, 16 oz. loaf _. Sauerkraut, per pound Steaks, Swiss and round, II*. Steaks, Sirloin and 1Q_ short cuts, Ib. *»' c REPORT OF CONDITION OF Security State Bank of Algona, In the State of Iowa, organized under the faw» of th« StaU of Iowa, a member of the Federal Reserve System, at the close of bus- Uwss on September 28th, 1938. Published in accordance With calls made by the Superintendent of Banking: of Iowa and the Federal Reserve Bank of this district on a date fixed by the Superintendent of Banking of Iowa and the Bonrd of Governors of the Federal Reserve System pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act of Section 9231, Code of Iowa. ASSETS 1. Loans nnd discounts $282,024.20 2. Overdraft* * 17.90 3; United Stntes Government obligations, direct and-or fully guaranteed 23,050.00 4, Other bonds, stocks and securities 16,188.93 6. Banking house $ 17,000.00 Furniture and fixtures 8,800.00 30,800.00 8. Reserve with Federal Reserve hank 88,663.87 9. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash Items In process of collection - ^ 181,884.80 TOTAL i .<. ;< H*!,«77.*J LIABILITIES 14. Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships and corporations : 1228,040.77 15. Time deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations 6,019.li 6, State, county and municipal deposits 187,766.60 18. Deposits of other banks, certified and officers' checks outstanding*, etc 10,403.67 Deposits not secured by the pledge of loans ., and-or Investments 429,630.31 Total Deposit* „.....„....-.„„..»...._..-..».«..»..».. 429,930.81 II. Capital account: Common stock 800 shares, par $100 per share! 60,000.00 Surplus „ 10.000.00* Undivided Proflta—net M. 2,886.94 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNT 62,366.91 TOTAL S491,677.»S We, C. B. Murtagh, Prei.; Prank tCohlhaas, Vice Pres.; B. A. Schemel, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement I* true to the best of our knowledge and belief. C. B. MURTAGH, President PRANK KOHLHAA8, Vice Pres. B. A. 8CHEMEL, Cashier Correct—Attest Directors B. J. HOUGH J. W. HAGGARD M. O. BOURNE T. C. HUTCHISON D. C. HUTCHISON GAYLORD D. SHUMWAY H. M. HAUBERO State of Iowa. County of Kossutti ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th day of October, 1938. (SEAL) FLORA I. TISS. Notary Public. You Just Know She goes to the Marigold Shoppes because she wean * distinctive high coiffure. Do you want to look fragile and feminine? Would you trade adolescence for sophistication? You have truly missed something If you have not tried your hair up. Our beauty service* are often Imitated but never duplicated. Free consultation on all your hair, skin and makeup problems. Marigold Shoppes Phone 803 Algona, Iowa 1 >o)c««aec«ft3B^^ USED CARS '37 Oldsmobile touring tudor, extra clean '37 Plymouth touring tudor, excellent shape '31 Chevrolet Coach '31 Plymouth Sedan '32 Plymouth' Cpupe '28 Chevrolet Coach '30 Chevrolet Sedan '29 Chevrolet coach . -.. '29 Model A Ford Coach We Give B. 4 H. 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