Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 9, 1931
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. NOPIOM/'.OH', , Home of Lasting Satis- ion la F. S. Norton & Son |0 jj & chance to make I with you, ;,••>". '•-••: CLUBS HELP OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY Lu Verne, July 7—Tho Just for Fun club helped Dr. nnd Mrs. T. L. 'Williams celebrate their 28th wedding anniversary lost week Tuesday evening. The first part of the even- Ing was spent at klttenball, the men" against the women, and the result was a tie. Then the sueflt-s went to the Williams home, where a "wedding ceremony" was performed, With A. L. Jones presiding and Doctor and Mrs. Williams as the bride and bridegroom. Games :ind HOUKS such as were played and sung 28 years ,ago were next on the program, after-, which lunch wna served. The club Is not having regular meetings this summer, but Is using such occasions .as this to get together once In a white. L« Verne Couple Join Fortunes— A wedding of Interest to Lu Verne people tbok place at 5 p. m. Friday at the Lutheran church, of Fort Dodge,'- when' -Edna; secctnd -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hlnta Jr., became the bride of Harold, youngest son.pf H.\R. .Larimer. -i.-T.he-Key.-'. J bertram officiated. The couple were attended by Lillte Wolf and Join Phillips. After the ceremony the wedding. party went to the Lafay ette cafe for, supper. Following a wedding trip to Cedur Kaplde the newlywedn returned Monday. Both were born and reared here. COUKft ABVANCft. ALGOKA; IOWA at Whlttemore to a mun from Me- sorvey. Alton Benedict, Arthur ttlmler, and Irwln Mo? made a trip to .Des Molnes Monday, and Alton bought a Willys-Knight sport roadster there. ••The Herman LuedtUes, Mollne, j 111., stopped over Friday night at! Julius Stripling's, on the way to North Dakota. The Edw. Dehnerts left ln«t week Wednesday for t.,ake Mills. WIs., for a week with Mr. Dohnert'w parents. RENO DIRKSEN, YOUNG LAKOTA FARMER, DEAD Alice visit real Mrs. William Ellis and turned Monday from a Maurice O'Connell's, Chicago. Howard and Corwl'n Clark returned Monday from a month with tholr grandmother at Knoxville. The V. I,. Cliapmaim and the lr- vln Chapmnns spent the week-end at I*o Chapman's, Omaha. .. A son, Donald William, wim born st week Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Mnymird Spooner. Mrs. Wayne Dornbei-Ker, Miller, S. D., is spending a couple of week's it Dick Wormerscn's. Mrs. Wllma Mosher and hci daughter Jeim have been visitinf? at Central City. -*WHITTEMORE PEOPLE VISIT SPENCER RUINS Whlttemore, July 7—Geneva' Walters; and the Arthur Holdenwlth family drove -to Spencer lant week 1 '^' NORTON */50N nifLSroe HEATING OHEZ29 ALGOMA; t g to Balld With I the Fuel to H«st It. irner Grocery id Market GUI. SAVINGS FOR THIS WEEK -^ ——— 10e I Flakes '-•- — 10c R, '2 pkgrs. —-—8oc jo-Health (goon summer food |r b»Ww) -—' 19c Bond Wend Coffee, per Ib. —88c i (!l Ibs. for 97c) itilng Kly Killer, 40c, 05c, »1.15 IIO can Prunes ———37c 110 can Peaches —59c lit can Apricots ;—— —5»c ll« ean Pineapple ?»« lie can R. A. Cherries ...09c lift can Blueberries -T—i——»8« lie «an Red Raspberries —*U5 Bwf Steak, per Ib." ———85c r Boiling: Beef, 8 Ibs. --^—-—25c ibnrger, 8 Ibs. _.—_ 25e l Roast (solid meat) per Ih..l8c i Squares, per Ib. — 18c 1'lcnlc Hams, p«r Ib—20t (TRADE US YOUR E«i«8 i Grown Seasonable' Fruits and YegetableH. UORENSEN&CO, PDELIVEU PHOXK is» Bargain ixcursiotis TO ' .' • Prizes for Baking: Announced— The Presbyterian Aid met last week Wednesday, July 1, at the country home of Mrs. Arthur Krauae, with Emma Krauwe, "Louise Zwelfel, and Mrs. Jo-seph Wadleigh an hostesses. It was announced that Mrs. Edwin Marty was winner of first prize, a sack of flouv, In a sale of 'baked goods the Saturday before. Mrs. Irvin Chapman won second, and Mrs. Lee Llchty and Mrs. <3eorge Frantz tied for third. Picnic at Julius Striplings—' The Julius Stripling home wns the scene of a gathering, when 45 neighbors 'and relatives got together on the Fourth for a picnic. Rain cancelled a program oC sports. The following families were represented: Rich Wegener, Charles Gumsehl Harold Nelson, Mike Stripling, Carl Swanson, William Hamus, Louid Peterson, T-T. D. Ristau, and Charles Hlntz. . ' Tuesday afternoon to see the ruins of the Spencer fire. The Arthur 1-reklenwiUiH, daughters Lillian and Dorothy, and Ruth Knock, of Lone Hock, visited the town the Saturday evening the stores were burning. The C. L. CavannuKhs drove over the Sunday after the Maze. The hig fire wn« the inn in topic of conversation over the week-end. The paving on N'o. 18 north of town carried a continual stream of cars all that Saturday evening and the following Sunday. tjakotn, July 7—-Reno Dlrksen, young farmer in German township, died at his liome last week Wednesday, the result of ft 5-year Ickne'HS with bone Infection. Ho was bedfast only a week and died ifter intense suffering which was •igKrnvntod by the heat. Mr. Dirksen \\-as torn In Franklin county May 21, 18110, and Was only 41. He ne to Kos.Hiith with his parents in 190S, and Was married to Bertha Abbas November 26, 1913. They lived first near Ledyard, then moved to the farm where the family now resides. There are five children: Rllxnboth, Reno, Albert, Cornelius, eind Anna. Evelyn Marjorle died In Infancy. There are five brothers: Jerry, Enno, Henry, and Kelnard, of Franklin county, tmd Cornelius, of Mountain Luke, Minn. Two sisters, Mrs. Fred Van Horn and Mrs. Halfuassen, both of Frank. IIn county, a halt-brother, the Uev. John Wrksen, Walklll, N. Y., and a half-sister, Mrs. l*red' Faber, Buffalo Center, also survive, \vith two step-brothers, Jasper and Al bert Ulrksen, -Buffalo Center, and three • htep-slsters, Mrs. Henrj Brims, Mrs. Enno Dlrksen, and Mrs. Jerry Dirksen. Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church here, of which Mr. and Mrs. Ulrk'sen were members, the R*v. KrorklnB in charge, and buria'l m.'ule In .Maple Hill cemetery. August F. Mele, farmers near Ste^ vens, and Adolph Maas, Elniore, were married Tilesday, June 23. Other Lakota. Mrs, A. C. Klocke, two sons, Walter and Marvin, and her daughter Lueila, got home one day last week from a vacation trip in Wisconsin. They stopped at Madison, Franklin, LaCrosse, and the Dells. Walter works In the C, R. Smith store. The Samuel Mayfields, son Orvllle, his wife, and daughter Lottie, (ill of Fort Dodge, were visiting here last week. Tpey are former residents of Lakota. The Rev. F. O. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson, Kanawha, and two brothers, Paul, of Kanawha, and Edward, of New Orleans, wore here Sunday. Anette Fiflrld, Green Bay, WIs., came one day last week for a visit with her cousin Mrs. Elmer Darg. Mrs. I. J. Iverson, Fargo, N. D., is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. E. Ogren. LONE ROCK IS VICTOR IN TWO GAMES SUNDAY Meyers Has I>a\vn Party — Lydia, daughter of the George Meyers, entertained a number West Warburtom In California—Went Warhurton, Topeka, Kans., brother of J. II. Warburton, Lakota, and Samuel Warburton, Swea City, with his wife nncl her two daughters*, are spending the summer lit Compton, Calif., visiting Harry Warburton. They stopped ut interesting points on the way, ami are now enjoying oce>an fishing mid sightseeing on the coast. They will return in time for West to resume work In n. Topekii. school. A daughter, Mrs. Muttie Kittel, Is principal of the school. The War- I burtons moved to Topeka ten years Lono Rock,- JiHy 7—Lone Rock won a. double header Sunday in two games, the first at Algona, 4-1, and in the evening at Corwith, 13-5. Sims struck out eight men in each game, allowed 10 hits In afternoon game, and 12 hits at Corwith. Hancock got a home run In the evening daughter back -with them Monday for a few day« Visit. The John Sprnnks drove to Mankato last week Thursday -where Mf. Sprank. wan examined to see- how he> is progressing since his recent operation. Mrs. John Flyrin and children and Ersel Blanchard drove to Cherokee last w_eek Wednesday to visit John Sones. They returned last Thursday. Mrs. F. W. Engelund and daughter Mildred, and Helen King, of Muscatlne, visited at Ernest Jensen's a week ago Monday. Mrs. Otto Voiglit and daughter Emma and Eddie Olson arc visit- Ing at Ernest Prtebe's this week. They live at Taopl, Minn. Fred Loverenz, of Burt, is doing carpenter work on' the new house on the Leo Schmidt place. The old house recently burned. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Gutknecht visited here last week Thursday. Mr. Gutknecht was buttermaker here some years ago. The Fred GenrlcliH drove to Battle Creek to visit the J. G. Robinsons Friday. Joyce returned home with them Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller and Mrs, Miller's son Harold Seegar, of Northwood, visited the F. E. Ma- cumbers Sunday. Harlan., Blanchard, Lawrence Newbrbiigli 'attd Mr.' /and- Mrs.~ Ralph Ktedel drove to Cedar Falls Sunday to visit friends. . Mr r .and ;Afra,. Janies Morgan, o California, were at W. J. Cotton's Monday. They are 'Mrs. Cotton's aunt and uncle. . , The Mite society meets with Mrs. Edward Blanchard next week Thursday. Mrs. A. T). Newbrough is assisting hostess. Mrs. Otto Sanders nnd children White's GROCERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS JELL-O— 4 packages-'- 25c SOAP— Palm Olive, 4 cakes 25c HONEY— 2 cakes 23c PICKLES— Dill Quart-_..__. 19c COCOA— Mothers, 2 ibs. 23c OATS— 3. Minute, with China PRESERVES— Big 3 quarts __„_ 38c STRAWBERRIES- NO. 10 83c game, games. Large crowds attended both Bl- Bible Class Has a Party— The Methodist Senior Ladies' •ble cliuM had a monthly party on the church lawn June 26. It was the birthday of Mrs. Thomas Gregory, so the special part of a covered-dish luncheon was a birthday cake for her baked by Mrs. J. Gllles and decorated by Mrs. H. A. Reyman. Fourteen women were in attendance. friends at a lawn party liust Thurs- <lfo0 ' day evening?.. 1 Game« were Splayed. Guests were Rosella Voight, Ralph Walker, Lillian Heidemvith, Lloyd Walker, Bernlce Balgeman, William Heller. Lucindn Hanover, Hudplf Hanover, Alfred Meyer, and Leon- ird Meyer, and "Windy" Grimmels, 3Imer Grinhart, Otto Schmellinf? ind Gib BlecUman, of Fairville. Midnight lunch was served. Young Couple is Married- Announcements w«re received last week of the marriage of Evelyn Thompson to Edwin Mittag June 23 at Alexandria. Miss Thompson taught the primary room here for two years. The young couple have rented the bridegroom mother's place south of Lone Rock, where they are at home to their many friends. Visited at Renwick last week. Mr. with Learner* Give let- Cream Social— A homemade ice cream social sponsored by the Epworth League on June 27 was well attended. The young people are raising money to finance as large a group as possible at the annual Epworth League Institute tit the Okobojis July 13-19. MY 15,17 -18 -19 I Hound Trip $16.19 Round Trip >rt Limit ' Long Limit PICKETS NOW oiv SAI.K '' 0 CRT LIMIT tickets will be sold ' trains July 17 and IS, and un_s of July 19 leaving not I wan 8:00 a. m, Retui-n .limit LIMIT tickets will be sold I trains July 15 Olrtr . Return {July 31. I - Bny Y 0ur Titketg Early. The [ILWAUKEE ROAD obarton Store News SEE US FOR ! 'ter Value. lOc IP^ ajr ^& a 1 v """9*x f OOU86 flyea Four Have Appendicitis Operations Several Lu Verne people have been patients at Mercy hospital, Port Dodge, lately: Joseph Wadleigh, Arthur Riley, Fern Allen, and Ralph Consuer hud appendicitis operations, and Mra. William Marty a mastold operation. Paint Improves .Five Homes— A good many houses in Lu Verne have been improved with paint, among them H. B. Sorenson's, Mrs August Wolto's, Irvin Chapman's Max Block's, and the Doctor Williams home. Cemetery Association Sleets Today— The Cemetery association meets this week Thursday at the country home of airs. John Vosa. Mrs. Fred Steussy will report a state cemetery association meeting she attended a Davenport. lia'rber Godfrey on Shelf— De Rae Godfrey hasn't been abli .to attend to his duties at his barbei shop since last Thursday because o a sore ankle, bruised when he. was, hoeing In his garden. 8, S. Plcnlcks at Itcmvlck— The Methodist Sunday school hole its annual picnic June 30 at thi Renwick park. A klttenball garni and other sports furnished amuse inept, Uoj's Furlous'li EniU-d— Donald Scrlbner left Friday, June 26 for San Diego, Calif., after a three weeks furlough. He is sta tloned at a naval base hospital. Other Lu Verne News. Vivian Zwelfel,' Rochester, Minn, who had been visiting relatives here and Virginia Llchty visited severa days lust week at .James Zwelfel's Corwith. ill's. Mary Zwelfel, Mrs Lee Llchty, son Evan, Lorralm Smith, and Bob drove to Rochestei Monday to take Vivian home. The J^u Verne party \vas expected to re turn this week Wednesday. , Sir, and Mrs. J. L, Llchty, daugh ter'Phyllis, and W. B... Mason «o home last week Tuesday from Chi cago. ••:•' They alsp visited at .Ira Ben edict's, Milwaukee, and Ray Crock er's, Gary, Ind. Mrs. Crocker wai formerly Catryn Hagist. James Boyd, Ontario, Calif., ar rived last week Wednesday to vis! the W. B. Masons. Mr. and M»'s Thomas Maspn, Clarlpn, and Vlrgl and Verte Maspn, Charles City, were at the Maspn home the same day. Mrs, Ora Cpneuer, Newkirk Pkla., and Jnea Cpnsuer, Halsted J£as., are here, /called by news P the illness of the spn and brotbei Ralph. Miss Cpnsuer Is a trained nurse. . The Henry Kublys had as a wse) agp Syntlay guests Mr. and Mrs Riley, daughter Ida, and Oscar Rellly, all of Wesjt Bend. The formerly lived east of Lu Geo. TJecJe repimtly drove to Dav sister Blda, De they SQt Mr*. McKinstrj- f»oe» West— Mrs. Nora. McKinstry, of San visiting Olee Girls Kntertain — The German Golden Glee 4-H girls entertained their mothers and the county club committee at Mrs. 13. H. Intel-mill's Friday, June 26. Dorothy Intermlll is the leader, and though this is one of the county's clubs in membership- it i» nevertheless one of the most wide- awake. The girls gave a good program for their guests, and lunch was served. Eninui Gutknecht and Mrs.' j. H. Warburton attended | from Lsikt-tii. Bertha Hofbauer, rranclsco, who has been the Dr. J. W. McCreerys, left for j (lcleK . lte to AlneHi g. lve t , short re Los Angela* lost week to visit her I por t. son. Mrs. McKinstrey is a sister' •if Mrs. -McCreery and a daughter of Grandma Chalus, who IM staying at he McCreery home. Gladstones Visit in 8. O.— Mrs. Alfred Krueger and mother, Mrs. M. L. Gladstone and children, drove to Salem, S. D., to visit Mrs. Gladstone's parents, last week Tuesday. ..'Mrs. Krueger and Beulah returned Sunday and" the Rev. Mr. Gladstone drove up there Sunday evening and. will bring the rest of the family this week. Music Teacher is Selected— A Miss Dunn, of Fort Dodge, has been secured to teach music and the 7th and 8th grades. The vaca.ncy was caused by the resignation of Pauline Lewis who was married to William Flajg recently. Mrs. Frt'rkiiiRS at. Okuboji Cottuse— The Rev. Mr. Frerking nnd his family are spending July at "their cottage 'n't Twin Lakes, and there will be no preaching services at the Walters to Return— ._ _ -w a Geneva Walters and Mary Gup'pal local church all this month. Last left last Thursday morning for Mex- week Sunday the following persons ico, -Mo., in the former's car to bring Geneva's mother home. Mrs. Walters has 'been visiting her brothers John and Frank Paradise. The triio is 425 miles one way. Menrera Visit Sick. Relative— The senior Joseph -Meurers learned Sunday that Mrs. Nick Latiben- thal, of Emmetsburg, suffered an attack of gallstones, and they visited there Monday morning:. Mr. Laubenthal and Mrs. Meurer are brother and sister. See Church Cornerstones Laid— A number from AVhittemore attended vthe cornerstone laying of the new Zion congregational Lutheran church at Lu Verne Sunday. The Rev. William Faulstich preached the German sermon. Attends Funeral of Neighbor— Mrs. Joseph Meurer Sr., and son Lucian drove' to Emmotsburg -Monday morning to attend the funeral services of Mrs. Peter Dally. The Dallys formerly lived neighbors to the Meurers. , • Prfaches Funeral lit Hiunboldt— - Last Thursday the Rev. William Faulstich was at Humboldt to preach funeral services for the Rev. Mr, Fredrlch's mother, who .had been staying there. Other Whlttemore. The Cliff Brogan family, of Lake City, spent Sunday at A. D. Brogan home, The R. D. Brogan's and. the Gerald Bragaa spent the Fourth at Fairmont. Mr, and Mrs.. Fred Jacob and Mrs. A. A. Zumach also spent the day at Fairmont. Mrs. O. L. Bliese, the Vila BJiese family, and the Edgar Krebr family, of Watertown, spent the Fourth at the William Rusch Jr., home. Mrs, Rusch Is a daughter of Mrs, A. L. Bliese and a sister of Vila Bliese. Mrs. B. E. Miller and son Ronald, Raymond and Bernlce jBalgeman, and William Leichtfuss drove to Slayton, Minn., Friday afternoon and returned • Sunday evening. They visited relatives at Slayton. Mr. and Mrs.- Joseph Meurer Sr., and son Lucian, of Whittemore, and grandson Louis Frantz who is visiting here frpm Menomlnee, Mich.; spent Sunday at the Nick Meurer home at Plover. Geneva" and Josephine were, baptised: Kugene Alden, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Dontje; Morris Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wortman; Sirs. Olive Dontje and her six. children; Mrs. William Klenltz. Mrs. Frank Dontje and .Mrs. Kienite were received into full membership, Willard Bell is Ncwlywwl— Friends here have received announcement of the marriage of Willard Bell and Julia M. Boyd at Anbury college, Wilmore, Ky., June t. Willard is the only son of Mr, and Airs. William Bell, who lived east of town for a number of years, moving to Zearing in 1931K He is a graduate of the Ljikota high school, and has attended Asbury college three years. The pair, are at Retiring for the summer. Hot Here, Cold in Minnesota— The E. R. Worleys and their guests 'returned from a vacation at Peciuot, Mi'nn.,' last week Sunday, and reported the fishing not. good, because of rain and cold wather, While we were enduring the hot weather they had to keep the cabins closed and build.-fires to keep warm! The guests, the Misses Davidson and Muller, left for their respective homes Friday via Algona. May Organize W. V, M. 8. Here—. Mm.. V. -o, Johnson entertained the Ledyard Methodist Forejgn Missionary society at the Lakota church lost week Tuesday afternoon. Twelve women from Ledyard a number from Lakota, and Mrs. A.. A. Bishop and two other Algona, women were present. Mrs, Bishop gave u. talk on the .work of. the -society. Plans are being laid tp organize a society here. 4-H Training School Held— • Muriel Body, H. D. A., conducted a training school for 4-H club, girls and leaders in Ledyard arid German .: townships at the AVopdinan hjall \ here Wednesday, June 24, Some of the subjects taken up were music appreciation, record pooksj good training, recreation, courtesy, and the joys of reading. J Reisenis Attend ' Stenberg Reunion The Lars Relsems attended a Stenberg reunion at Ames June 211. Almpst JOO relatives were In atten- Langerman, ot Hunjboldt, spent Sunday at the George Meyer home. The Lan- germans formerly lived in Whitte- pre. The Carl Hansens are visiting at Holstein and pea (Mplnes this week. -Mr. •Hansen clerks ; at the Zumach market 1 aijd is. on his vacation. The George Schult? family spent the week-end at -the Charles Schultz ajid Ferdinand Schultz homes at Garner and' Forest City. " Teacher H. W. Behnke recently purchased a new five-passenger Chevrolet from the Poirot & Schatt- schnelder garage. Lpl^ Bayne, Hfirtlngton, Neb., 4s visiting the F. J. JJalgemans for 9. Lpla Js a Balgeman. The John Rrane. friend of Ruth of Chicago, are visiting at the Ed Burke home, Mrs. Rran Is a daughter pf Edward Burke, The Walt Brftgas, pf Meservey. spent Sunday witn their SPJK Gerald wn«r pf the Rite- Way «ro- * - frebell Gar?ep, Pf HvunbP^t, Ne w Coach to Moye'Sooiu- Cpach and Mrs. Virgil Frj-, of Cylinder, wtere. calling here Sunday. This will be th,eir first year here,' and -. they are - moving in the house vacated by Supt. L. E. Godf f rey. Ed. KUey is Recovering— Ed Riley, who was severely in- jurfed and cut about the face when his team ran away with .him, came home from the hospital a week ago Tuesday and is recovering nicely. Applies for Veteran's Pension— Mrs. Harry Rahn, Ello Rahn, Mrs. Oscar Earing and Glen Leeper' drove to Des Moines last week Tua- day, ana Mr. Rahn. was examined for a government pension. G<>nricli Attends R. L. C. Meet— Frea Genrich attended a mall carrier's convention at Fort Dodge two weeks ago Tuesday. Mrs. Genrich went as far as Humboldt and visited relatives there. Swea junior Team Wins— The Swea City Junior • league team played at Ringsted last Thursday. G. Blanchard pitched for Swea, and struck out 13 men allowing only one hit, '.-•', Bible Students Give Program— The Bible school closed a week ago Friday and a picnic was held at the schoolhouse. A program .'was given at the church Sunday.. C'lias. Morris Has New Car- Supervisor Chas. Morris is driving a new Chevrolet coupe since last week purchased of the Roderick Auto Co. . . Other Lone Bock. • Ruth Krueger, of Free-port, 111., Is visiting the C. Morris, and the Morrises' and Ruth spent a week ago Sunday with the Albert Krue^ ger's at Falr'mpnt. The William Kruegers, of WHmar, Minn., visited relatives here last week. Mrs. Sebastian Mpck, pf Min- neapplis, and Lenpra Hutchlnson came last week tp visit the A(be*t Hutchinsons. Lenora has been visiting- Mrs. Mock and also at Mi- npt, N, D., ,fpr past twp weeks; Harlan Blanchard drpve to Cedar Falls «, week ago Sunday' and brought Howard and Bertha; Blanchard, Ardeth Knoll, and Florence and Ruth House'lipldej- back with him. . Banker and Mrs. N. L. Cotton droye to Anies Saturday and brought Mrs. Harley shellitp Sanders spent the Fourth them. Delbert and Russell Sharp came home last week Thursday from Le- hlgh, where they are hauling gravel. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Murray and daughter, of Detroit, have been visiting relatives here for past week. The Rude Jones family, Fenton, have rented the tenant house south of town- owned by Henry Welner. P. M. Christensen drove to Dee Molnes on business last week Wednesday and returned Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sprank attended a reunion at the John Schiltzs' at Bancroft Sunday. The Ernest Jensens motored to Iowa City Friday to visit relatives over the Fourth. The new oil station owned and operated by Priebe Bros, of Fenton, opened last Thursday. The Henry Raths, of Curlew, vis ited their mother, Mrs. John Rath, Sunday. William Flaig spent the week-end with his wife at New Sharon. —* —'" . Nothinr At a trial In a fraud.case in an adjoining county to Indianapolis the receiver of the company in the case was asked by counsel to state .In as .few -.words-.as .possible what the company had, what he sold and what he received as receiver. "Wdl," he said, "they had nothing, I sold nothing, I got nothing." STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF Iowa State organized under the laws of Iowa, located at Algona, in the County of Kossuth, at the close of business on the 30th day of Junc,''A*"D. 1931. , ' RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, Bonds and Securities : f: ,952,l«l).ll Overdrafts _ „ ' • 4.8O Stock of Federal Reserve Bank 2,550.tO Banking House $ 15,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures . 5,500.00 20,500.00 Due from banks and bankers, cash and • , , cash items -'— * 151,044.12 Total Resources ; -LIABILITIES Capital Stock .. 60,000.00 Surplus fund ., 35,000.00 Undivided profits (after deducting expenses) . .Deposits due to banks and bankers on demand 41,198.89 Individual deposits subject to check —. " 582,905.94 Savings deposits — 55,954,94 Time certificates of deposit —— 104,589.90, Demand certificates, 'certified checks, cashier's checks & unpaid dividends 9,628,01 Postal Savings deposits ._-,-„,„»„-„ 838,124,45 $ 1,128,259.9$ S5.000.tO 17,848.9* li- 1,023,410.13 !0.126,269.03 Extra Punithment The following notice has beep posted at an electric station: "Beware! To touch these wires is instant death. Any one found doing BO will be prosecuted." Total Liabilities '- — STATE OP IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. We, F. D. Williams, President; H. R. Cowan and N. A. Smith", Vice Presidents; H. L. Gilmore, Cashier, of the bank above named, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement is full, true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. . , (Bank Seal.) F. D. WILLIAMS, President. H. R. COWAN, Vice President, N. A. SMITH, Vice President, H. L. GILMORE, Cashier. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence by F. D. Williams, H. R. Cowan, N. A. Smith, and H. L. Gilmore, this 6U* day 'of July, 1931 : . (Notarial Seal.) LOUISE MAGNUSON, Notary Public In and for Kossuth County. Attested by J. F. Overmyer, L. E. Linnan, John Frank), JUT. P. Haggard, J. C. Mawdslej, Directors. , dance, ing at Plans were laid for a v meet : Heron Lake, Minn., next year, E, L. Reisem, pastor of a Lutheran church at Silverton, Ore., who was visiting his brother^ Lars, attended the reunion. Pastor's Wife Attends Wedding— Mrs. F- O. Jolmson Jeft Monday for Newburg tp visit a friend, Mrs. peorge Lane, till this week Tuesday when she is \Q g o to Knoxvilte to visit her parents and attend the weddjng of $ friend, Alberta Dyer, this week Wednesday.- She expects to return thte week Thursday. Doctor WUUjiius Building Home- Doctor William^ has purchased lots between the Ukena and Andsr- «on houses in Jhe south part of town and will build a new tome. Work began on the basement last week. The doctor was married a few nwntfes ago to Vera OgreR, A,l- gon«, nurse. 4-H .. H, Iwartyjrton attend-adl farm ' Reductions on BEADT 04SH * 8EBVJCB W9 loan yovi money on a few minutes notice, iq |50.00 to |300 t , o«ir Shantungs Georgrett«s Chiffons Two Remarable Groups $3.95 and x What an opportunity to •ave on smart, attractive summer frock* that are ju»t | what you need for the of the summer *ea«on! these low prices you huy several. Sizes eryone. Clearance Sale .of; Hats pr)ce4- In wany <m^, |jK|ftiJvJt e price.i Here are- -aaaea&leA'^mt ,4 s ® Elvery pne of tl^ese bats were iana wore than all tfre wteq ttue present N sale price.i Here ,are late spring JMMpqp ftl '01

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