The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1950 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 17, 1950
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Set Creamery Banquet, Lone Rock, On Feb. 9 Lone Rock — Hie Lone Rock Ladies Mite Society met Thursday afternoon at the church parlors with Mrs. L. Kingma, Mrs. A. L. Cotton, Mrs. Delmar Fisch•, and Mrs. Art Priebe as hostesses. The president, Mrs. Roy Jensen, opened the meeting. Rev. L. Kingma held a Bible Study. Roll call was answered by 30 member?. The Aid is taking up a Christian character •course this year. A card of thanks was received from Mrs. Lillie Thompson for her birthday cards received, also, a card of thanks from Mi^. Lawrence Rath for her plant, and Mrs. Kingma Mrs. Kraft and Mrs. Fred Schultz also thanked the aid for their Christmas gifts. Mrs. Priebe also thankea them for her poinsettia. A letter was read from Mrs. Buschman on D. P.'s. Also, a letter of enfouragement from Mrs. Ketnpley. A motion carried that Mr. Genrich should repair the tables and that four .new ones were to be made. A motion was made and carried to serve the Annual Creamery dinner on Feb. 9. Faculty Buffet Supper The Lone Rock faculty members and their husband, wives, - and boy friehds were Sunday evening buffet supper guests at the home of Supt. and Mrs. James Harris, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hanson, Jr., who has resigned his teaching position here to attend Estherviile Junior college at Estherviile, where they will live with his parents, 'and also in honor of the new teacher, Arnold Groskreutz. School Exam* Held Regular school was dismissed Wednesday for the taking of semester examinations by all who were not exemp. School was dismissed at 2:00 p. m. Friday to close the first semester of this year. • Guests From Algona Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jergenson and Douglas of • Algona spent Wednesday at the parental Frame Flaig home. Band Mothers Meet The Band mothers Thrill Of A Lifetime! When Roy Rogers picks you up and holds you, that IS something! , t In the above picture, Geffery Keith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Keith, of Burbank, Cal., and a grandson of Mrs. Nellie Van Allen of Algona. is being held by the famous cowboy movie star. Mrs. Keith, the child's mother, is the former Evelyn Van Allen, and Mr. Keith is a brother of Mrs. Ira Kohl. picture. Mick Margold, a friend|i)f the Keiths and Roy Rogers, took the their January meeting at the Lone Rock school house Weijnes- day evening with Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, Mrs. Fred Schmidt, Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mrs. W. C. Flaig, and Mrs. Marvyn Kueck as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Erich Seegebarth, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geyer and Sandy were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Geo. Long home. Mrs. Henry Manus and Mrs. Geo. Manus of Burt spent Tuesday afternoon at the Chas. Morris home. Mr. Alex Krueger became very sick Sundav during the night with bronchial pneumonia and will hold has been sick all week. At this PUBLIC TOURNAMENT Wednesday, January 18th Sponsored by HAGG-TURNER POST NO. 90 Regular Entry Fee Everyone Welcome .««««»»««»««*•«»*»»« COAL ? ? We have a fair supply * of our famous PEERLESS COAL "Chemacoal Processed" on hand Most mines are shut down again. Don't let your coal bin get empty. We will have stoker coal about January 14th Better place your order right NOW! BOSTFORD Lumber Co* writing he is much improved. Mrs. Jack Sloan and Rodney of Washington, D. C., and Mrs. Bob Bates, Mrs. J. T. Householder of Oelwein, Mrs. Truman Overine of Postville, Wm. Woodrow Pettit, Murray, Richard Mrs. and ?eggy, and Mrs. H. A. Blanchard spent Monday afternoori and eve- ng at the C. E. Householder lome. Mrs. J. T. Householder and Mrs. Overine left Tuesday for .heir homes. John Hanson of rlubbard spent Tuesday at the C. E. Householder home. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Marlow and family of Bancroft spent Sunday at the parental Lem Marlow lome. Mrs. Geo. Kissner entertained Mrs. Hugh Marlow, Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Mrs. Harlan Marlow and Ms. Wm. Marlow at a party Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl attended a pinochle party Wednesday evening at the Herbert Potratz home. They helped Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger celebrate her birthday Thursday evening at. her home at Fentoriif •? • ' Sunday dinner •^guesM» f at" the Frank Dreyer home were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schmidt and family of Corwith. the Richard Hengel family, the Everett Dreyer family. Mr. and Mrs. Art Krause, Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tieman. all of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer went along with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer and Mrs. Paul Eigler to Mason City, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and family were Thurs- day evening supper guests at the Richard Hengel home at Fenton in honor of their daughter Karen Hengel's 5th birthday. Mrs. A. A. Kading of Algona spent a couple days at the Ray Kading home. Carl Goodbla of West Bend is spending a week at the John Nyman home. Mr. and Mrs. Dettman Neilson of Fenton were Wednesday dinner guests at the John Behrends home. Mrs. Amey Cherland spent Thursday afternoon at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. P. Jensen, at Ringsted. Mrs. Kenneth Neitzel of Ft. Dodge spent Thursday at the Geo. Hanna home. Mrs. Kenneth Bates and daughters of Algona spent Thursday at the parental Wm. Nelson home. Mrs. Jack Sloan and Rodney left Thursday evening for her home in Washington, D. C., after attending the funeral of her father, S. B. Bates. Mrs. Eston Eggestein of Phoenix, Ariz., took Joyce Jensen with her- Sunday when she left for her home, also, after attending the funeral of her father, Mr. Bates. Mrs. S. B. Bates and Mrs. Jsan Jensen and her twins will leave Monday, dan. 16, for Phoenix, where they will spend the rest of the winter with Mrs. Eggestein and her husband. Mrs. Dave Weber and Mrs. Dave Lynch spent Wednesday at Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Lynch's son, David, spent the day at the Frank Merron home at Algona. Grace Angus returned home Thursday from Rocnester, Minn., after a visit at the Walter Williams home and also other relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur were Wednesday dinner guests at her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton, at Algona. Her mother, Mrs. Ruth Dutton, spent most of last week there. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .Bierstedt entertained the following at a A. A. L. card party Tuesday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Art Tietz of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dodds of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt won the high prizes, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Tietz won the low prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow spent Thursday evening at the Karl Ewoldt home. Mrs. John Householder of Oelwein, and Mrs. Truman Overine of Postville, and Wm. Murray were Monday evening supper guests at the Ralph Bierstedt home. Mr. and Mrs. James Harris and girls were Wednesday evening supper guests there. Mr. aftd Mrs. Robert Dreyer of Algona were Tuesday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Fred Lieb. Mrs. Lieb, Arnold and Ella attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Herman Hintz, at LuVerne, Wednesday. The Ladies Mite Society Circles will meet Thursday afternoon, Jan. 19, at the following homes: Circle A at the home of Mrs. L. Kingma, Circle B at the hotne of Mrs. Delmar Fischer and'CircIo C at the home of Mrs W. G. Flaig. Gerald and Verona Radig visited at the Walter Oacken home last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath left Thursday morning to visit at the Ernest Kueck home at Tampa, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thornsen and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson left Saturday for a trip to Long Beach, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierle and Keith are staying' at the Andrew Thorn-' sen farm while they are away, doing the chores. Mrs. Edw. Bierstedt and Mrs. Henry Gettman of Burt, members of the Burt Birthday circle, visited Mts. Ada Whitehill, a former member, at the J. M. Blanchard Sr., home, Wednesday morning. School Districts' Reorganization Is 4 Corners Topic Four Corners — The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club met Thursday with Mrs. Irene Bjustrom, Mrs. Grace Bjustrom assisting. There were 37 present. Norma and Maxine Walker i»ave a surprise number. iy,rs. O'Brien of Whittemore eaye an interesting talk on "Re-organization of Our School Districts." Mrs. O'Brien has made a very extensive study of the matter. An evening meeting is scheduled for members and their families for Friday, Jan. 27, with Lucille Rich, Doretta Plumb. Iva Witham and Euphamie Jensen in charge. Breaks Arm Skating Mrs. W. Ray Smith suffered a painful accident a week ago Friday evening at the local skating rink. She was knocked down and broke her . right arm above ihe wrist in two placet. Mrs. Fred Plumb and Mrs. Ray Smith spent last Thursday in Algona at the V. F. W. hall,- helping with a Farm Bureau dinner, served Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich, Thomas and Rose Ann. Charles Imore and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Platt and Linda were at the Willam Lamuth's, Algona, Thursday evening, helping Bill celebrate his jirthday. Lunch was served and ''500" furnished entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Eischeidt went to Carroll, last Thursday, to attend the funeral of a nephew. They found the roads icy in spots. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Sands, Spencer, stopped at the C. N. Robinson iome, Thursday, on their way to Sarasota, Fla. They are going to visit Vern's mother, Mrs. Nellie Sands, and grandmother, Mrs. N. PAPER SUPPLIES, carbon paper, desk blotters, file folders, card index holders and supplies, at the ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, in ihe NEW newspaper building. Tuesday,'January 17, 1950 Algona Upper Dee Mo!ne»-5 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR IN PROBATE In the matter of the estate of Anna Peters, Deceased. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given (hat tin 1 undersigned has been jippointo'i and has qualified as Administrator of the estate of Anna Peters late of Kossuth County, Iowa, Deceased. All persons in any manner indebted to said Deceased or his estate will make payment to the undersigned; and those having claims against said deceased or his estate will present them in like manner and form as by law required, for allowance and pay- nvnt. Dated this IfHh nay of December A. D., 1949. KOBIE HEMMEN Administrator of said Estate. SENNEFF & BUCK Attorney. 1-3 R. Robinson, who home at Sarasota. make their Mrs. Fred Erickson, accompa- ijed by Mrs. Vernon Daley, Mrs. Sim Hirner and daughter, Mrs. M. G. Williams, attended Royal Neighbors at Corwith, Thursday evening. The went around by Wesley and took Mrs. Tillie Loebig along. USE THE WANT ADS The Better Your Home - - - The Better Your Living PEEPING THINK of Us When You Think of QUALITY For QUALITY is All We Ever Think of When We Think of You! .... Passersby. and neighbors judge your home by its eyes . . . the windows! WINDOWS ARE THE EYES of your home. How do yours look to passersby? Are the curtains or drapes drab, limp and colorless? Plan now to replace your present window dressings with fresh new ones that will add .charm and beauty to your home. It's the surest and easiest way to remove that sad- eyed experssion. Drop in tomorrow and choose from our complete stocks of new curtains and draperies. FURNITURE "WE REFUSE TO BE UNDERSOLD" Jim Pool Report of Condition of IOWA STATE BANK of Algona. Iowa, at the close of business Dec. 31, 1040. a State banking institution organized and operating under the banking laws of this State and a member of The Federal Reserve System. Published In accordance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection. $ 1,092.054.58 2 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed.. 2,613,404.32 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 449,100.73 5. Corporate stocks (including S6.000.00 stock of Federal Reserve v bank) - - - - 6,000.00 6. Loans and"dUeounts~<including S3.408.92 overdrafts) .-- 1,306,723.30 7. Bank premises owned - 15.000.00 12. TOTAL ASSETS - S5.573.1B2.91 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations.* 4.703.703.18 14 Time deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations— 0,050.45 15. Deposits of United States Government (Including postal savings) 80,006.48 16 Deposits of States and political subdivisions -. 341,714.52 17. Deposits of banks 46,119.20 IB. Other deposits (certified and officer's checks, etc.) 26.408.14 111. TOTAL DEPOSITS. - 15,297.991.97 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital' - S 50.000.00 26. Surplus - 150,000.00 27. Undivided profits - 71,600.94 28. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) 3.500.00 29. 30. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _ % 2V5.100.91 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $5,573.182.91 •This bank's capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of $50,000.00. I, H. L. Gilmore. Cashier, of the above-named bank, hereby certify that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. H. L. GILMORE. Cashier * Correct—Attest: L. E. Linnan. R. H. Miller, J. C. Mawdsley, J. A. H.iggard, Hugh Raney, H. R. Cowan. Directors. State of Iowa. County of Kossuth—ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of January. 1950. (SEAL) LOUIS MAGNUSON. Notary Public Within a Short Time |aise the fYorld's ^tandard gam I NOTICE! TIDE of TOYS Anyone having old toys which are in good condition are requested to bring them to the American Legion hall where they will be packed and &eut to the iieedy children ol Europe. IS'othfug of u war like nature or anything that requires electricity cau be accepted. .The deadline is Friday, Jau. '20th. Your cooperation is requested. I'lease attach a card with jour name aud address. American Legion llagg-Turuer I' \o. JM). N 19SO, the reasons for moving up to Cadillac will become so great, that if you contemplate the purchase of any car outside the lowest-price field— you should see the new Cadillacs first! Here are some of the things you may look forward to seeing when America's most renowned motor car builder unveils its offerings for the ensuing year. You will see four wholly new series of cars— all with entirely new bodies— gorgeously restyled. You will see cars whose performance is so outstanding that to drive one of them for a single hour is to want it forever. You will see scores of advancements and improvements which add to quality, endurance, economy and dependability. And, finally, you will see all this in a car whose lowest-priced model will actually cost less than certain models of numerous other makes! By all means, see the new Cadillacs before you act in 1950. They will give you the new yardstick for motor car quality —and value. It won't be long! So please stand by for the presentation dute for this community. Commercial St. ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Algona, Iowa

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