The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1950 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 28, 1950
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Youth Shot Accidently On Fox Hunt L *5°$ "^ Burr Heitland, 19 15 n ti ««£?"• ^ * rs ' Bob Heitland w« i «•«!? Genter - is ift the hospital tliere. recovering from an accident which might have been fu en "SF 6 8erlous . when he was Shot while oh a fox hunt a week ego Sunday. One of the hunters fell and the shotgun he carried discharged end 13 pellets went into the young man's attn and two in his tode. Burr's mother is the former yelma .Smith, daughter of Mrs. Ida Smith of Lakota. Visited Helailwf Mrs. Richard Bonnie and Alois 6f Pipestone, Minn., visited at the Leonard Christs and other relatives the past week. Auxiliary Hostesses . Mesdames W. E. Ley and Dave Patterson were hostesses to thei Legion Auxiliary at Mrs. Ley's last week Monday evening, with 25 members and one visitor present. After the business meeting, with Mrs. Jerry Heetland in charge. Mrs. Will Kienitz read the Legion anniversary prayer, and_Mrs. V. A. Barrett read two evening. La *»' a Elbert John Heetland 6 ih T" £ sited last week *i t't 6 Jonn Heetlands. Elber and Johnny are attending colleg at Denver. Mrs. Sandberg is , 8 ri spring > - tending decoration of the girls' ----- «.. ul , vi VI1C gins Beverly Rippentrop had of recreation. In Alasbi „*..„ Jnds i 161 * 6 received an announcement of the marriage of ftetn Lorraine HammqUist and Andrew Kundrat of the - orce . Heetlands The O. M. Rippentrops, the C ^. Kippentrops, and C. J. Riooen fops attended the wedding o £i fh r $l arn , and Joe Boekefmati at the Titonka Methodist chufcf a week ago last Wednesday Marvin Klocke drove to Des busine * AI ' the Base, ot Mr , er ot Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hammquist, f ° mer teacher in the Lakota Stories, "Holy Bread of Belia Walter" and "Two Kinds of Hands." On Vacation Trip Mrs. Walter Sachs left last week Monday for a week's visit with her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sachs. The senior Sachs were former residents of this vicinity for many years. Guests J. W. Cooks Mr. and Mrs. Ward Hammond of Mason City were visitors at the J. W. Cook's last week Monday J U K1 sch ? 01 f or many years. up.m has been in government f° rk m Alaska for several years, ne Hammquists now live in Des n i es and Mrs - Hammquist went o Alaska to make the wedding ress and to attend the wedding. A son weighing 11 Ibs., 4 ozs. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powers at Bement, 111., and has been named Steven Patrick. Robert is a son of Mr. and Mrs. b. P. Powers west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hunter had as guests recently Mr. Hunt- ers ,, r ,°, t , hers ' Verne and Milo, from Wilhston, N. D. The visitors r. and Mrs".'!A. C Rloc&e ^ Mrs. Fred Mabus accompanied him as far as Hubbard, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. W H Gelhaus until his return Stewart Thaves, who was recently discharged from service and returned from Tokio, Japan, visited a week ago last Wednesday with his aunts, Emma and Louise Thaves. Stewart is a son of the late Gus Thaves, one of the former editors of the Lakota newspaper, and later of the Burt paper. Vernon Potthoff, Dale Patterson, Joe Berschman, Merle Sachs, and Harold Olthoff visited last week Tuesday with their friend, iugene Olsmo, who is in a hospital. are moving to California. Raymond Thompson and friend were Boy Thrown By Pony, Injured Four Corners — Walter, son of was , Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith, thrown from his pony last Monday morning and suffered a badly sprained leg. It was at first Thompson. Mrs. Mildred Ridgeway left on Saturday for Des Moines and Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Ridgeway las been housekeeper and com- >amon for Elsie at the William Baurn home for several months ' Heport of Condition of EXCHANGE STATE BANK «*."* 17. 1950. 16098726 53500000 ojo.uw.o and$ States Government obligations, direct" Ynd"guararitc¥d Obligations of States and political subdivisions «n«.ea__ Loans B. uu.i H anuiia ui aiaLum ana political BUDQlVISlonS ' B. Loans and discounts (Including $1085.74 overdrafts) " 301 ./• 5 a nk premises owned fZSOO.OO. furniture and » -'----— •*>•• 11. Other assets—Bond Redemption «. TOTAL ASSKTS ... Deposits of Statea ui 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS L I A B I L I T I if ~S M. TOTAL LIABILITIES J" «. C.pll.l> CAPITAL A C'c o"^- T'S' * JJ. Surplus I "" * £7. Undivided profits --111111111111111 30.000.00 15.000.00 30.863.42 ». TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . ' * niunn SO. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTSlIIIIIIIIIIlI l.OM.ISiO.TS •This bank's capital consists of: -- iif C-pmmon stock with total par value of (30,00000 Vlce-Prei 1D51. ANDREW COLLNER. sssfe to and subscribed before me this 2I^dav of March 1950 J. P. STUDEH. Notary Public ^^ _ My commission .expires July 4th. Newlyweda Charivari . A group of neighbors charivar- icd Mr and Mrs. Herb Knecht at the A. J. Eischeidt home last Friday evening. "500" furnished entertainment, and the newly- the group to ice weds treated cream. Ha* Army Release Pfc. John E. Rich arrived home Sunday after receiving an honorable discharge from the U. S. Air Corps. Eddie enlisted in August, 1948, and for three months was stationed in Texas. He was ransferred at Christmastime '.to Ft. Warren Air For6e base, near Cheyenne, Wyo. In February, he was taken to the Base hospital with rheumatic fever, where he spent 18 months, eight of them bedfast. He was granted a medial discharge last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Robinson went to Milford a week ago last •nday to visit the Leo DeMuth amily. Mr. DeMuth has been Very ill lately. Mrs. DeMuth is a sister of Mrs. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith, Des Homes, took their local respective Darents by Surprise Sunday, when hey came to spend the day SURPRISE Richard Craig Buchman made . surprise entry into 'the world at Sibley recently; even his mother did not know he was coming until two days before his arrival. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buchman. Richard's three brothers and sisters are 25 years, 23 years and 21 years of age. SOME HEADS CONTAIN I MORE SEMSE-THEY BUY THE COAL WHOSE HEAT- CONTENT IS HIGH j Minor Courts In Busy Week Erick Erickson, LuVerne, re ceived a 30 days suspended jai sentence for intoxication and disorderly conduct, in Justice of the Peace J. B. Johnston's court. His liqjuor book Was revoked. Robert M. Loss, Algona, paid 13 and costs for allowing a minor to operate a motor vehicle Without a drivers license. Beulah E. DaVis, Burt, paid $5 and costs for failing to stop at a stop sign, and Arnold Arndorfer, Bancroft, was fined $5 and costs for il- gal passing. to Mayor B. P. Richardson's court, Ole Markind, George, la., received a 10 days suspended jail sentence on a disorderly conduct charge. Leo Flaming, Britt, was fined >Z5 and costs for reckless driving. Harold W. Willis, Ruthven, paid i $10 fine and surrendered his iquor book on an intoxication charge. James O. Downs, St. Benedict, was fined $5 and costs for Irunkeness. Leonard F. Madden, Armtrong; William Metzger, West e j d ,i,.J, r . ving E ' Mi »er, AlgohaJ n ? William Fisher, Fenton, each aid $2 plus costs for failing to I top for a school flasher. Jane Amesbury Is 4-H Hostess Titonka — Buffalo Booster 4-H club members met at' the ho*^>» ofJane Amesbury March 18, Colleen Rippentrop gave a talk on curtains, ahd Betty Ann Miller discussed color schemes. Jane Amesbury demonstrated dresser arrangement, and two picture studies were given bv VernadelW Willis and Bonnie Schutjer. The group also studied the first unit from their furniture kits. Mrs. C. F. Callies is leader of the club. LuVerne Man To Armstrong Post LuVerne — C. R. Baker has ?ir^ d n P n?iti °n. working for Willjam Cliristianson, a stock buyer with offices in Ringsled and Armstrong. Mr. Baker's work .vill be in the office at Armstrong. He began his duties Monday, March 20. The family will move nere as soon as suitable living luarters arc available. Cecil has )een associated with his father, S. R. Baker, LuVerne, in livestock buying. Riverdale Club Bake Sale, Apr. 1 A 4-H bake sale will be sponsored by the Riverdale Rustlers, April 1, at the Reding store in St. Joe. JTuesdoy, March 28, 1950 Plans were completed for the sale at a meeting held at Luella Bormann's home. Mary Jane Ori- gor was assistant hostess. Hrlen MtGdire gave a tnlk, and Janet and Joyce Hammer Upper Des Maine*— t gave a demonstration. Mrs. Floyd Paxston of Moravia has come up with a new development in singing mice, a baritone. She discovered the rodent in a cupboard of her home. A PERFECT TEAM! Your fire department and your fire insurance work together for your protection. Your lax- es pay the firemen . . . and for a few pennies a day your fire insurance pays the bills in case of fir el Blossom Ins. Agency Phone 125 7 N. Dodge St. INSURE NOW FOR IJse your SENSE to save your 2ENTS and get more closely ac- gualnjed with COMFORT and ECONOMY! Order your coal rom us! COAL CO. 2I2W £ASTSTAT£S7, YOUR LIVING ROOM it the room that meeJi ihe eyes of »irangeri, friends and neighbors. Are you proud of the way it looks today? WINNER THIS WEEK IS NO. 13! Will the holder of this number please stop in for free gift? COWAN BLDG. SUPPLY 210 East State St. 3 Days Only To Select That New 17-Jewel Deluxe ELGIN WATCH for Graduation - (Fed. Tax tncl.) , REGULAR PRICE AFTER APRIL 1 $45.00 HIS Delicious! Fully cooked and ready to eat Easter Harns—real Hams! Medium sizes mostly. Order yours now. Phon« orders filled. Potter Lockers fe. Dodge St. Phone 110 A COMPLETE PHOTO RECORD OF YOUR WEDDJNG Let us capture the spidt of your wedding day! Fron> altar to reception, we Will take clear, candid photos of the highlights of this great day. Phone 1045 for details. RUSSELL STUDIO state CONCERT ORCHESTRA ROOSEVI-IT FIELD HOUSE, MASON CITY SATURDAY EVE, APRIL 22nd, 8:15 PM «= Sft«ysf alii- - -• - Business & Professional Women's Club—Sponsors ROCK BOTTOM PRICES Due to high layability and high hatchability, we are able to drop the price of our biggest selling chick $4.00 per 100 on Pullets SARGENT FEEDS are doing a mighty fine job for us this year. Our livability guarantee is satisfactory plus 95' < at 3 weeks of age. Your patronage is appreciated. NEALY HATCHERY Burt, The EASTER SUNNY says: The Place To Get Your Easter • BASKETS • GIFTS • CANDIES • FAVORS • CARDS KOENIG' YES! We have One of Our Biggest Stocks in Years—to Cover Your Every Need for Greeting the Easter Bunny. KOENIG'S Variety Store s Me fastest- to-Use £ti<ttne/ PONT Coat COWS/H 18 MODCRN COIOKSAMD WMTf BOTSFORD LUMBER Phone 256 \l;;ona Save the surface and you save alii

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