The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1950 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 28, 1950
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8-Algono Upper DCS Moines Tuesday, March 28, 1950 Report of Condition of BURT SAVINGS BANK of Hurt. Kossuth Countv. town, nt the close of business on March 17th K«n to tho SUPERINTENDKKT OF BANKING. STATE OF IOWA rcn J ' ln - lr)5 ° ASSETS 1. Cash, balanres with other banks. Including reserve balances and cash items in process of collection * 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed" 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 6. IjOans and discounts (including S424 53 overdraft*) 7. Bank premises owned f3.8PO.00. furniture and fixuife-'iioiicIIII 178.764.28 316.458.50 6.931.97 432.858.45 3.800.00 12. TOTAL ASSETS e ,„ _ _, LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnership*, and corporations $ 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnership?, and corporations ~_ 15. Deposits of United States Government uncludire postal Cavities) 16. Deposits of States political subdivision? ' 19. TOTAL, DEPOSITS '--l-~-'-~.'-.'' fl38.813.18 682.718.44 67.33639 868.38 115.448.67 866.371.88 14. TOTAL LIABILITIES 5 .-_... CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital' , 2S nrm no 26. Surplus \ % 2500000 20.847:30 1.594.00 27. Undivided profits 28. Reserves tnnd retirement account for preferred 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _ 72441 30 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS S Q388111R •This banR's capital consists of: * JJ8.B1J.IB Common stock with total par valur of $25.000 00 H E. RACHUT. President LOCALS While .enroute to Alden, Sunday, Mrs. James Walker stopped briefly at Iowa Falls to see Iftr sister, Mrs. Grover Mclntire, who was hospitalized there. Thursday, Mrs. Mclntire, will undergo surgery for a gall bladder ailment at a hospital in Eldora. David, six-year-old «on of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hicks, has been sick with measles. His mother lad planned to celebrate his birthday March 16 by giving a party for him. Instead, the fellow was put to bed but he is now almost recovered. Mr - axd **"• Mr*, winnw Hinken, who makes her home with her soi and daughter-in-law, Mr. anc Mrs. Charles Hinken. return" from Excelsior Springs Mo where she and her sister Mrs C Haxton of Waterloo, had spent a few weeks. v Mr. and Mr*. Fermen Heinen have as visitor the former's sister, Mane Heinen, of O * is also visiting her brother-in-law, Mr. Steven State of Iowa. County of Kossuth. ss Sworn to and subscribed before me this 24th day of Nfarch 1950 ,CPAT > ,, L - R DANIELS. Notary 'Public laiuiL.) jjy commission expires July 4th. Report of Condition of IOWA STATE BANK March "• St ° CkS (includln « *«>«).00 stock of fedV« ~ 7. Bank premises owned $15.000.00 TOTAL ASSETS 12. "i'ii VS.";-;'•-. ------ -- ;;---.-ir-_- S 5.687.882.63 ~ik~f-"ti~rt~i;~^~^:\i 25. Capital- ACCOUNTS 26. Surplus — - * 50.000.00 27. Undivided pYbYlts -• 150.000.00 28. Reserve, (and retlreSiWf accounTVoF'pVVfVrVcd'caVlVai)::::"" "iloooo 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS. 30. -J 289.362.80 ACCOUNTS Wo ( H m p m %" stock ., w 'th total par value of $5000000 ed bank do solemn] that this matters (SEAL) H J. R COWAN, Vlce-Pres Cashier . Directors. to and'subKrYbed G"tonm™iM, 22 day of March liwo. (SEAL) LOUISE MAGNUSON, Notary Public My commission expires July 4, 1950. , were visited a week ago Sunday by their son-in-law and daughter, i lr .-, an . d Mrs. Everett Hodgin, of Callander. This week Sunday hey had their son and flaughter- n-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven, f Sexton as guests. Hugh Post went to Topeka, :an., Friday and joined Mrs. Post there at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Post. She had gone there a few weeks previously to aid in the care of the children who were sick.' ' Mr. and Mrs. Evroul Loebig spent a few days last week with J. L. Haverly, father of Mrs. Loebig, at Wesley. Evroul recently sold his taxi business to Ralph and William Roberts of Oskaloosa. He has not made any business plans yet. Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Voight had as dinner guests Sunday the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Behrends, of Humboldt, and her brother-in- law and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Lundvall and son Ralph, of Des Moines. Mr. and Mri. J. H. Croft of Oskaloosa are moving into the enrich apartment which Is to e vacated by Mr. and Mrs. O. B iarms, April 1. Mr. and Mrs. iarrns have rented the A. M. Collinson house on West State itreet. Mr. Croft is salesman for i plumbing company. Mr. and Mrs. August Huennold lad as guests last week Saturday he laHer's sister-in-law, Mrs. >elma Lindeman, the son Marvin, nd the son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jack Griffin, and on Curtis, of Barney, N. D., who Iso visited other relatives in the vicinity. Dinner was served at icon at Mr. and Mrs. Huenhold's nd the visitors, with them, were upper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Walter. -. who sister and Walter EJsbeckerVat a B da ncrtft: She will perhaps remain here and be employed as nurses aid at St. Ann hospital. Mrs. George Hobbs ha* returned from University Hospital at Iowa City where she was taken a few weeks ago following a stroke. It was a slight one. During her absence the children were cared for by Mrs. Carl Seip ;and Kathenne, and Mrs. Joe Dunn cared for the baby. Mrs. Don Clapsaddle and Uiile son Don are visiting her brother- \ and Mrs " Ernest Anfinson, and will be here several days while her husband, Sgt. Don Clapsaddle, is in Florida home is at where Sgt. business. Their Worth, Texas, on Ft. Clapsaddle is in the air'force? Mr. and Mr*. V. M. Harlan have moved to the. Mrs. Nettie Rich home on North Dodge st Mrs. Rich is hiaking her home with various children for intervals of several weeks at a time. She has been troubled with arthritis of late which makes it difficult for her to maintain a and Mr*. Clarence Hunt lad as guests last weekend the ormer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul ierggren and son Linn, of Cedar ''alls. The group went to Burt, Sunday, and were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Berggren and granddaughter, and Adrian Clark of Estherville, for dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clarks. lorne. Mr. A Mr. and Mr*. Franlf LItlngUon have purchased a trailer house 3 nd .P«an to leave April 1 for a f h J'?t? '* on - n ,°l yet de c'ded upon though it will be to an area wfiere I s m . Ucl V warmer in i a W. lly nas Hved in w » a, " Co »'nson house on West State street. It will now be occu PI ed by Mr. and Mrs. O. B S!"? 8 .^ 0 hav6 had an /apartment at Edward Genrich*6. Eugene Fur*t, Algona, was the only student to be named on the super honor roll for winter quarter at the Hamilton School of Commerce, Mason City, last week Requirements for the super hc-nor roll are a grade point average of no grade below B, and nt. must have earned 12 dn the Quarter. Mr. r«» m- . r. Furst qualified with a grade point' average of 3.5. He is inrolled in the executive accounting course. da uay ior Seattle, Wash., to her daughter, Doris, R. k, s visit visor nf the children's .... . ol the Virginia Mason hospital there. From there Mrs. Young will go to Olympin\to visit friends Mr. nntl Mrs. Clarence Reed, nnH en route home she will stop «t Los Angeles, Cnl., to visit her brothers-in-law nnd sisters-ln law, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Young and Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Young. She plans to be Rone Jwo or three months. M. Sandberg of Lake Mill* i* making his home with his son and daughter-in-law. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bruce Snndbera, since the death of his wife, March 6. The deceased was 69 years of age nnd for a few years had not been Iti good health. Services were held at the Methodist church at Lake Mills and burial was nt North- Wood. Mary Lou Sandberg, a student nurse at the University hospital, Iowa City, came up to at- end the final rites. Mrs. Merle Hoover is also a granddaughter. John Schneider Of Bancroft Dies Bancroft — Funeral services WPI-P held Monday morning for John Schneider, 89, at St. John's Catholic church here. Mr. Schneider died last Thursday evening at his home, after illness of about a week with pneumonia. Besides his wife, Lena, he is survived by three sons and six daughters. Daughters are Mrs. Howard Jones, Ames; Mrs. John Grien. Mason City; Mrs. Lyle Dickey, Des Moines; Mrs. Loyd Berry, Portland, Oregon; Mrs, Donald Shnjrp, Missqula, Mon,- tnna; Mrs. Wm. Sidimier, Bloomington, Wis. Sons surviving are Anton, Al, John, Bancroft; a sister, Mrs. Mary Rcilly, Dubuque, also survives. A brother, Anthony, was [juried here three weeks ago. HURRY-HURRY-HURRY this Spring have that soft new look and they're labeled for tomorrow p,rk. all the newe,t fashion poinU ,hi s Spring . . .the soft rolled collar, the slim, slim skirt . combine* them deftly with enduring bl) li,, K >hat' S why you'll enjoy wearing yollr Pri| , UeM ^ today, tomorrow and for a long fu.hion future. .You will love the fine quality fubri, s , tlle fkh j^,. . , . . and you 11 jnarvel at the price tag/ It'* »o wisely designed to meet today's budget.' PIUS alouo , , . Sizes 10-20; 12</--22'/ A GREAT STOCK OF MISSES AND JUNIOR SIZE SUITS IN STOCK CHRISCHILLES STORE we'd like to get something on you for Easter! FOR INSTANCE: A Michaels-Stern Spring Suit This noted clothing label on the inside coat pocket of your suit is complete assurance of style-rightness, lop fabric quality, and tailoring excellence. Michaels-Stern offers you its stunning new Courier Cloth in suits fo*%8pring. as well as hard iinish worsteds and glowing gabardines. Something good is in store for you if you pick a Michael-Stern suit) $55 to $60 An Alpagora Year-'Round Topcoat Ther "> •onwlhlng about the'line* and iinish of an Alpagora that sets it apart in the topcoat world, X e ? JUi ~P rice U in t 9 e economy held. They're ALL-WOOL from lip to lop, and made to lit to perfection. Gabardines and tweeds are being featured at the Hub now—sparkling new for Spring, and a topper you can wear in all weather. $37.50 to $42.50 A McGregor Corduroy Sports Jacket McGregor "Window Pane*' check, in a neat pin wale corduroy that give* tons of wear. It comes in the new high colon that are swell to wear with Ifc. n *? »!*«*»• Incidentally, we niV* hundreds of pair* of new •lacks, too, the kind that lend oaih and tip to your sport* minded moments. Corduroy Jacket at $22.95 A Wembley or Superba Necktie Ah! What harbingers of Spring r~h 6 nOCkiie ? are ' ' ' in *££ £ £« w Color " l 9' oulstanding- y different new patterns, and lush new fabrics. A couptoof Pb8 ' ° r We -«bl»Y» evenmake * ? e ' » hav « of th* r ? cks of ' ero — Jwl out oi Ineir packings. $1.50 A Pair of Freeman or Florsheim Shoes Two of the most famous name* In men » footwear—here for you at the Hub. Plain toe* and wing "P*/ in your favorite smooth or grained leather*. Perfect clipper fit. New shade* of brown and tan, and sport* type* if you prefer. A Van Heusen "Century" Shirt The shirt a man dream* about-. "» «>»«* '» «oft and comfortabLT as a fine linen handkerchief vet stay* neat, wrinkle-free all dV» long. WITHOUT STARCH « •lays. Can't wilt, can't wrinkle Two new collar model*. In fine' i"« lrou « white broadcloth-the •Wrt of perfection for Ewtet $3.95 A Dobbs or Lee Hat

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