Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1931 · Page 4
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G«t acquainted thlt WMkwith Mm mott tempting of »ummer'» jollifying drlnki —rich, flavorful icod L«t the A & P Coffee Service Summer Booklet tell you how to make perfect Iced coffee—and other deliciou* and unusual cold coffee drinks. Ask for It... today. EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE. . u-19c V m w <^v ED IN {LEANS Wade Snlllfnn Married to Cecelia Kelly* of William Wade, son of Mr. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan, Algona, and and RED CIRCLE COFFEE . i».25e No finer coffees are grown than these blends of Eight O'Ctecic,'Bbkar, Red Circle—the coffees bought by the greatest number of coffee drinkers Del Monte Coffee LB 37 C Folser's Coffee LB 42 C CHase*SanbornV B 39 C Maxwell House LB 37 C Newspaper Print* Picture and Tells of Expedition. A picture of the Honduras < plorlng party headed by Paul Kenefick, son of Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Kenefick, appeared in the June 30 edition of the New Orleans Item' on the first page. The four were dressed in the blanket type raincoats, „..„ „- wore more or less full beards according to their ability to grow them. Paul writes that they intend to lot their beards grow till they return. The story In connection with tne mephennoml.t' the ' •> ,attd R. 6aVW family', 'LlVermore. *\V- > Cecelia Kelly, Emmetsburg, were married at Emmetsburg last Thursday morning*. Following Is a report of the wedding taken from last week's Emmetsburg Democrat: St. Thomas church was the scene of an unusually pretty wedding this morning at 9 o'clock when Miss Cecelia Kelly of this city became the brld'e of Mr. Wade Sullivan of Algona. Father Davern of Algona bf- Delated In the nuptial mass and ceremony. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father. Daniel WERE ECONOMY RUIES n 12 Minutes COMPLETE 29 e CHEF BOY-AR-DEE SPAGHETTI DINNER picture follows: Whiskers, poisonous reptiles, Maya ruins and .a vintage automobile that might have been unearth- a, Maya-temple all came New Orleans in the ed from trooping into rain Tuesday morning, when four stalwart young graduate students of the University of Minnesota stopped over tor a. day while passing through to keep a. date with a tramp „ steamer in Tampa Friday and head south for a jungle expedition. Let Their Whiskers Grow. "Whiskers! Well, they don't expect to waste time with razors while treading the overland trails from Antigua to Santa Rosa de Copan, and on the theory that one might as well burst into the bush full-fledged as to jowls, they let them grow When they bade the campus of the Twin Cities farewell for the summer. "Poison reptiles'.' Mrs. Grace Willey, who is -in charge of the BRICK Cheese THOMPSON'S . 1 50 Malted Milk SULTANA Peanut Butter Puffed Wheat CAN 2-LB. JAR 27c 2PKGS. 21 Sunny Field Flour i 49 Ib. bag $1.19 Grandmother's Bread Loaf, 5c Pan Rolls Dozen, 5c BEST FOODS RELISH SPREAD or 1000 ISLAND DRESSING Mayonnaise JARS 33' Mc.t PURITAN Bohemian UNEEOA BAKERS Cinderella Puffs. Gold Dust CAN 39 C LARGE PKG. 21 c CAN GOLD DUST CLEANSER FREE) Crystal White Soap . 10"ARs29c Lux Flakes ..... L pKG. E 19c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables PLUMS BANANAS ORANGES LEMONS WATERMELONS CANTALOUPES NEW POTATOES Simply selling pood food isn't enough for us. So we're constantly kitchen- testing the foods we sell in the most up-to-date method, antj kitchen- tasting them in the good old-fashioned way For we hate.a kitchen of our own, completely fitted out for coo.kinz and testing food. We want to see how our foods behave in our kitchen before sending them into yours. Museum of Natural History of Minneapolis, and who is described by Dr. Raymond Dittmars of New York as .one of the country's foremost authorities on venomous reptiles, has given them orders or a few assorted fer-de-lance (poisonous large snakes) specimens and boa constrictors. Flivver Causes Comment. "The vintage flivver? 'Well you see,' explain the members of the near bearded quartet—the whiskers are. just about one half of one per cent grown—'we haven't a great deal of money, and what we have we wanted to put into our cameras and movie machines and similar equipment. We've sot the very lens with which the picture "Trader Horn" was photographed In Africa. So we found an abandoned and wrecked Ford sedan in Minneapolis; the car had turned over in an accident and broken the whole top off. So we tinkered with it and fixed it up with an awning like a covered wagon, and that way it cost us practically nothing, because we do all our own work. 1 Keiieficli is Experienced. '"The leader of the expedition is Paul Kenefick, of Algona, Iowa, graduate student in sociology, who is familiar with the tropics since he worked there for nearly' three years with the United Fruit company in Castilla, His jompanions are'jarvis M. Harper, of Minnea> polls, also in the department of sociology; Amie Solem of Thief River Falls, Minn., graduate student in the English department, and Dr. Haakon Gjessing, of Kristiansund, Norway, a graduate of the University of Norway in dentistry, who is doing some post-graduate work in this country.. " 'We expect to gather material for some writing, for some lecture tours, for our theses in sociology and things of that sort,' explained Mr. Kenefick. 'We want to do some tiger hunting too, and that's all arranged for through a friend of ours. " 'We are going to gather some zoological specimens on our overland trip for the Minneapolis .zoo, and above all, we hope, we are going to have a fine vacation before we return to the university to continue our studies. 1 " Kelly, wore a gown of ivory satin fashioned In princess design. Her long flowing veil was of tulle and ivory satin, with a head dress of pearls, in cap fashion, and her slippers' were silver, . Long white kid gloves completed her ensemble. She carried a shower bouquet; >' The flower girl, Ann6 spies, was dressed in pale green organdie . and the maid • of, honor, Miss . Mar-y Kelly, sister-Of the bride,"wore a bouffant frock of apple green 'orgapdle, a black taffeta picture hat, with slippers- and gloves of contrasting pink, and carried an arm bouquet of pink roses. The groom was dressed in conventional black as was also the best man, 'Mr. Luke Linnan, of Algona. Mrs. T. F. Rutledge played Lohengrin's wedlng march for the processional and Mendelssohn's march for the recessional. She likewise played soft plpeorgan music throughout the ceremony. Miss Frances Duhigg sang, "All For- You," and also an "Ave Marie" dur- Ing the offertory. The altars were profusely decorated 'with a lovely assortment of roses, sweet peas, illles of the valley, smllax and ferns, the front pews likewise being adorned with floral bouquets and tulle ribb&ns. The ushers, who wore dark blue coats, with white', boutonnieres, and white flannel trousers were Edward D. Kelly, James Duhigg a.nd Thomas Rutledge 6f this place and D. B. McTigUe of Fort-Dodge.' Immediately following the cere- The afterftoort bridge party at tte Cotfhtry clUto Mubhtuae Tuesday a{- ternooft was attended by 44 women. Thd high bridge score*-were'w6n by Mrs. F, H. Seller arid Ruth McMahon. After bridge refreshments were served. The hostesses were Mesdames L. G. Baker, R. P., Norton, and H. O. Buell, and W. T. Peters, of Burt. The evening party ached uled for next Tuesday night has been cancelled. Betty Gnnn IS) MB* 1'nrty— Betty <3unn observed her 18tl' birthday anniversary Monday, am In honor of. the event entertained seven girls at an evening party. The entertainment consisted of games and dancing, after which lunch was served. The guest's were Helen Sterling, Ruth Malueg, Arlene Granzow, Gertrude Zender, Heredls Mylan, Isabelle Greenberg, and Marian Corey. SUNDAY SCMOfit AT GOOD HOPE MAKES QUARTER RECORD Four Corners, Hope Sunday July 1- school -The dood has com Dinner Honors Departing youth- Mr, and Mrs. Otto Falkenbainer, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pletch, Mr. and Mrs. Al Falkenhalner, Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhalner, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene "MuHagh, Harold .Falken- halner, and Jeanette Goeders had dinner at the Country, club club- houee>Monday -night,, .-the/- occasion being a farewell for Harold, who left for New York City Tuesday. Party Honors Chicago Vlsltof— Mrs. F.. D/ Williams entertained at three tables of .contract bridge Tuesday afternoon In honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. C. D. Morrison, Chicago. Prizes were won by Mrs. L. C. Nugent, Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, and Mrs. Rex Van Alstine, Gilmore City. Mrs. Morrison was given a guest prize. -Refreshments were served. pleted another quarter of the Sunday school year with a good attendance record. Pupils present every Sunday were Trelta Gardner, Leo and Jimmy Elmore.'and Merrill an<! Jimmy Don Moore, present every Sunday except -one were Bernlce Florence, and James Dodds, Betty and Letty Sarchett, Lois and John Milton Gardner', Dorothy Reid Howard Sarchett, and Mildred El more. The envelope system Is used in the primary department, and a verse Is learned for each Sunday Pupils Who had verses learned every Sunday were Bernlce Dodds; jimm: iaimore, Howard Sarchett, and Mil dried, Blmore. Five other puplli were present on 11 Sundays of th< quarter, one for. ten Sundays, sto for nine Sundays, foiir for elgh Sundays, four for seven Sundays, five for six Sundays, four, for five Sundays,,; three , for four Sundays, this community last week* fey'' a. heavy rain and hard wlhdi btit.moajt fields are straightening up. , Seventeen trees were uprooted and si*, broken off ati Lotils Lowhmn Jr.'e by one of three ,tornadoes which • passed Just west 0f HObarton. A limb ofc fl, tree. was 'driven Into the side of the Lowrrtah house. Other Four Corners. Mr. and Mrs. Etna Mitchell and thall- 'daughters Hazel and Maxlne drov«Hto Mas°n City Thursday, Juhb'ZD/Watte'nd an annual state brand creamery association meet ing. '*• J' ir - ' The' Noble Mitchells drove t- Spencer a' week ago Sunday to^ aefe the' remaJhii of the fire. July 7_i wveral hot ,,ny s ^ . i' many r nrme0 ' ™ 6 selves - rs v " •/r ' "•"« lenms i« through the hotter J and plowed corn novel Idea Corn and grain t by ( he hn!lvy storm which looking alirft.st tew farmers their gi-nln hut begin to week. Burt,. July 7-H. who has. been the cloBed First has been normal bank at BlLsstloW, Mich for his new location Other Society. Mrs. Ralph Loss entertained at two tables of bridge last Thursday night. The high score was won by Mrs. R. E. Whitney, -Fond du Lac, Wis., and Mrs. G. B. Turner won the consolation. After bridge . re- and three; Tor three Sundays. An average of 34 was present in the primary depfirtment. > 31. & I>. Club Completes Ye|u>- The' Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club' met last Thursday with Mrs. .Leslie .Walker, and roll call was 'answered With "Beautifying Home Grounds." Twenty-five j members and eight visitors .attend-' 'ed, the latter being: Mrs. Roy~BJus- trom, daughter Dorothea, Mrs. Clarence Bengenson, daughter Shirley Ann, of Hobarton, Mrs.. Harold Keucker and Mrs. James Walker, Whlttemore, Mrs. Lanning, Algona, and Amelia Berneau. Piano numbers w«re given by Evelyn Nickerson and Evelyn Crulkshank, and papers by Mrs. Edward Rich and Mrs. William Drayton. This was the last meeting of the club year, and the books for the new •, year were distributed. The • next meeting will be the first meeting in the ^-—, * •• i ' —^ C A L L Florida Atmosphere the Year 'Round Kooler Aire Cooling plant makea this possible. COME IN AND COOL OFF 'Trad^ matinees: 2:30 each Tuesday, .Thursday, Saturday, at 1:30 and 3:30;' Sunday at 1, 3', B, 7, 9 o'dldck. freshments were served. w a Rh the president, meets ,- _ .. mony the bridal couple repaired to the home of the bride's parents where a sumptuous wedding breakfast was served. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan left during the day for Chicago, South Bend, Indiana, and points east. They will be at home in Algona July is. The bride, a daughter of Attorney and . Mrs. Daniel Kelly, well known residents of this city, following her graduation from the Emmetsburg high school entered St. Teresa college at Winona, Minn., The Methodist W. F. M. S. this afternoon with Mrs. Albert Grosenbach. Members.are .requested to meet at the church at 2:15, and cars will be provided to take them to the Grosenbach home. The W. R. C. will meet at the Legion hall Tuesday, July 14, at 7:30 p. m. where she spent some time. Later she attended Northwestern University at Evanston and she was also for some time a student in the Chicago Musical college. For the past two years she has been supervisor of music in the Emmetsburg high school and Junior college. She taught in a number of other city schools in this section of the state before her election in this city. She Is a diligent worker and always manages to maintain a high standard in efficiency in her labors. She has a charming personality and has often participated successfully and pleasingly in community and other gatherings. She has hosts • of friends in many parts of Iowa and adjoining states. The groom is the only son of Attorney and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan of Algona. He is a graduate of the Algona high and the University of Notre Dame. He also attended the University of Iowa where he completed his law course. He was affiliated with the Phi Kappa fraternity while in the latter named institution. During the . past two years he has bee n .associated In GRAVEL PIT POOL IS URGED AT BANCROFT The gravel pit in Ramsey township east of Bancroft whlcW had been a popular bathing pool for people from Bancroft, Lakota, and Titonka, is being drained so a gravel outfit -which moved to the pit yesterday can remove more gravel. The gravel is being taken from the northwest end of the pit. The pit which is three and a half .acres in size had been filled with water to a depth in places on the west side of 17 feet. There is a shallow place on the northwest end. Interested persons in the three towns are trying to interest local clubs to raise money or donate services to make the pit safe for youns children. With -the removal of gravel from'the northeast side into thrf pit a shallow beach can be made for children. As many as 150 persons bathe in the pit some Sundays. Thursday and Friday, July » and 10 2:36 trade matinee. Thursday. pictures/ Mrs. Roy Lowman, presiding and introducing the new secretary-treasurer; Leona Walker f \ < Itjiistroms Sco Dakota Sights— Mr.' and Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom recently spent several days at Sioux Falls, and while there visited the -Morrell meat-packing plant, the state penitentiary, and other points of interest. They also drove to Dell Rapids, to see the Dells, Which are solid rock banks along a river as in the Royal Gorge of Colorado, only not so high. En route home they- stopped at a point .which marks the corners of three states, Minnesota, Iowa, and South Dakota. This was marked by an iron post in the center of the road. With them were Mr.' and Mrs. A. C. Bjustrom, who were going through a clinic at Sioux Falls. WOMEN! EVERYWHERE! Know the truth of this statement. The story of a girl who forsook luxury to live In a three-room flat. A wife who dared ecandal and humlllr ation. . * Heart aches are the price of great love. • ' , Also Selected Short Subjects Canadian Crop Burned Out- Arthur Ci-ulkshank's father got home a week ago Saturday, from a visit with a. daughter in Canada. He reports no crops of any kind there. Special—Saturday, July 11—Special 1:30 and 3:30 Matinees, 10-30c. WILLIAM POWELL KAY FRANCIS CAROLL LOMBARD RUPERT HUGHES' a "Ladies Man" News Item— Caroll Lombard is now -Mrs. Powell. The brilliant gambler of "Street of Chance." Ten powerful and jeal- editorial work and also report- MRS: ELLEN L YOUNG PASSES NEAR SEXTON er on the Algona Upper Des Molnes- Republlcan, one of the leading newspapers of our state, He is a young man of high ideals and is more than making good in his chosen line of professional activity. The Democrat unites with a wide circle of instead pf waving wheat in the I ous , men vow to .. ge f; him. fields, there •'are only sand waves, ^ A Cosmopolitan magazine .story.. It's a big entertainment. "." .—Also— ':--- -,'.= " '-.:.'•:•• Well Balanced Program of Short Subjects City and County Frank Vera and "Andy" Anderson spent Sunday at Lake Washington, north of Mankato, and Frank brought home an 8-lb. walleyed pike which he caught there. The fish put up a hard fight, and "Andy" had to run to the car for a net to land it with. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McGruder, of FOR SALE—5-ROOM HOUSE and 30-ft. air motor windmill. Buyer will have to move them from premises 3% miles north and % east of Lone Rock.—Geo. Miller, Bancroft. 29p43-44 Sunday ntiil Monday, ,|,,|j Sunday matinee 1-3, prices, 10-35c. .5-7-8 o'clock regular | Based on host Belling Mary Roberts RlneharvT "Lost Kcstacy" ,-v; A . whirlwind romance o[world's New York City wide open West. . GARY COOPEB , CAROLL LOMBARD In "I Take This ..__ See 'Gary Cooper in a WiIJ"| rodeo scene in this one. , •'" Gary'is a great rlte.-.'4| Scores of Cowboys, bronchos, steers. Man and wife today — t strangers. Can modern fast-stepping stand the bonds o£ matrlmonjt'l Also Comedy, Cartoon, and Varleif|| —••••^—_______v—MHH^tg Tuesday and Wednesday, lilj 1 PLAN TO SEE THIS ONE- : —ONE OF THE BEST THIS I : You should plan fort Holding over for weeks IntheC EDW. G. ROBINSOSl "Little Caesar" star retffl More sensational than "IJttle(J sar". King of gamblers-hen | a chance on anything! were his weakness! JAMES COGNEYtJ You remember him In "Publlt| emy?" One blonde took his money -I blonde framed him—one Woa&l sent by' the police—one blondelj his heart— 'in "Smart: Robinson was just a i Also Vitaplione Acts,! ; Cartoon con- Sul- A&P Food Stores . MIDDLE WESTERN DIVISION 'I In- <in nl \ I lanlir uiul Pai ifif 'IYa < omji IS LOVE stronger than THE LAW? Mrs. Ellen Livingston Young died at the home of her son, A. W. Young, north of Sexton last week Wednesday. Funeral services were held at the Laird chapel Friday afternoon, and burial was made in Riverview. Mrs. Young was born August 2T, 1847, at Chazy, N. Y., and came to Algona with her parents in 1867. She was married to Peter Young by the Rev. James Jeffries February 24, 1870, at Algona, and they went immediately to a homestead In Plum Creek township, where they lived many years. Seven children were born, three of whom are dead. The surviving children are: Mrs. Amy Hopkins and Mrs. Pearl Kerr, San Antonio, Tex.; Clinton Young, Terry, Mont.; and Albert W. Young, Algona, with whom the deceased had made her home for the last five years. Her husband died January 24, 1918. Out of town relatives attending the funera} Included the grandsons, Clifford C. Young, Berwyn, 111,, and A beautiful woman and The : low—reached for the same man '•tit the same time—and out of tUs came a clash of human emo- «lww— strange, fierce, amazing! "Tfc« Law," Mmry cried it Bob White, "I »_ved you—from Death— 'HMtb Hut defies all law of mm. You 4My have been a bandit—an outlaw —bat now you're mine—mine! I'll '- : S&t —The Law—nothing can take you —«rer— BVB-I" ibe icreamed — WU£N—at tb* door—there oame— v*«im*h—another men—on hii ohcit —the fleam of a iherifi iUr! . . . Here, in thii terrific climax of olaih- inf human enootiooi, what could Mary do to s«yc Bob White from that relentless Arm of The Law which would drag him away to pri»on — cruih her heart—and wreck turcvtr her only hope for love an4 happiness? You mu»t read for yourself this amazing true-life story HIS OWN LAW — of how a beautiful woman (ought with all the madnet* pf a tigrct* — used all the subtle wiles a woman know* — to bold her mau whom »ht had claimed from the very jawi of Death and defied the mightie»t Law of the land to take. Read HIS OWN LAW — complete in Augutt TBUB STORY MAGAZINE. Your copy—4*1 itr- read it today 1 friends in extending hearty gratulatlons 'to Mr. and Mrs. 11 van. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. D.. Nugent and Miss Helen Dlngley of Chicago, Miss Dorothy Jones of Royal, Mrs. B. E. Kelly and Miss Jean Kelly of Des Molnes, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon, Miss Ruth and Marian McMahon, Miss June Corey, Mr. William Haggard, Mrs. Frank Dlngley, Mrs. F. G. McMahon and son Gene, all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Sullivan and daughter Anita of Muscatlne and Mrs. R. R. Bedell bf Lemars. Party Honors Visiting Girl- Ruth McMahon entertained 12 friends at 9 o'clock breakfast Monday In honor of Ann Bradfield, Kansas City, guest at the Thos. Akre home, and Patricia Reagan, Omaha, guest of the McMabons. A three-course breakfast was served a't three small tables centered with bouquets of mixed flowers. After breakfast bridge was played, with Mrs. Eugene Murtagh winning high score, guest The honorees prizes. Other were guests Kathryn Misbach, Katherine ICaln, Jeanette Goeders, Alice Hist, Evelyn Bode, and Mesdames Eugenia Rist O'Hara, Elizabeth Janse Miller, Forrest Twogood, and W. D. Andrews. Party for 13th Birthday- Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Malueg, entertained last week Tuesday night, in honor of her 13th birthday anniversary. Games were Try SIM itttr h *99 krtajtait tetry Monday ni(kt tvtr WEAF**4N.M, C R.4N tt *»rt. 10:00 ,'<Uti N.w Ytrt time. Victor E. Young, Rockwell City, who were accompanied by their wives. PETERSON TELLS ROTARIANS OF CHILDHOOD IN SWEDEN The Rotary club met at the clubhouse Monday noon, and heard a talk by A. L. Peterson on his childhood recollections In Sweden. On behalf of the club Al Falkenhalner, past president, presented a past president's pin to W. C. Pewel, who retired as president July I. The Incoming president, j. F Overmyer, circulated lists of his committee ap- polntm'ents for the coming year. 1- » . . J. T. Bohannon 111. J. T. Bohannon suffered a slight hemorrhage of the brain last Thurs T day, 'but was greatly improved yee- terday. His left side remains numb and slightly paralyzed, but he baa been «,We to alt wp and lj walks -with. played on the lawn, lighted with colored •Which •lights. guests danced later in the evening in the 'house, and after the dancing lunch was served. The gueste were Hazel Pentecost, Adlne Thompson, Ila Mae Leffert, Ida Halpin, Marian Corey, Betty Gunn, Shirley Ellsworth, Irma Dee Phillips, Isabella Greenberg, Eva Shackelford, Alfreda Lehman, Anna Russell, Helen Ostrum, Esther Taylor, Lavonne Larson, and Theodora Larson. Lawrenceburg, Ky., are parents of a son, born on the Fourth, their second child. The other child is a girl four years old. Mrs. McGruder was Frances Malone. Mrs. G. . B. Malone, her mother, is at Lawrenceburg. Lettie Matson entered the Kossuth hospital for' medical treatment last Thursday, and W. E. McCamey, Algona, became a patient the same day. Avis, daughter of W. D. Taylor, Bancroft, underwent an appendectomy at the hospital last week Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. John Altman, Llve,r- more, are parents of a boy, their second child, born at the Kosauth hospital Sunday. The baby weighed 7% pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoby are parents of a 9%-lb. girl, their second child, born at the same hospital -Monday. Delmar Pommerening, 14, son of C. R. Pommerening, had his appendix removed at the Kossuth hospital last Thursday, and Betty Jean, 6-year-old daughter of E. B. Turner, Lone Rock, had her tonsils removed Monday. Winfield Pelton, 65, Algona, entered the hospital for surgical treatment Friday. •Story City recently celebrated its given golden jubilee, and Senator L. J. Dickinson was the principal speaker. The Story City Herald says "he spoke an hour in a happy vein. Politics Waa taboo, and Senator Dickinson held forth with humor, wit, pathos, and Iowa prairie stories, to the detection of a big crowd." Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Mann, Pasadena, Calif., and Mr and Mrs. Verle Vincent, Beverly Hills, Calif., expect to leave California in the Mann car late this month for Iowa, and will be away from home a month. Verle is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent, and Mrs. Vincent's parents live at Whittemore. The Manns will visit here and at Burt. . Condensed Statement of Condition KOSSUTH COUNTY STATE BANK v i ALGONA, IOWA as made to the State Banking Department at the close of business .:; JUNE 30,1931 : RESOURCES Loans to our customers— ________________ Overdrafts __ ------ ______ _________ __„ __ , Baling, Hp.use, Furniture and Fixtures ___ Other Real Estatel ___ _____________ ___ __ Stute, Municipal, and Other Listed Bonds., Gash in Bank and. Bue from Banks _______ Total quick assets ____ -. _______ : ___________ f 86,202.75 Total Resources LIABILITIES Capital Stock >________. Surplus . Undivided Profits and Reserve TOTAL DEPOSITS _,_:. ,_ $494,900,73 «| 134,89 32,086.93 69,261,99 283,096.0» ___—-—$878,480.«1 50,000.00 20,000.00 2,392,22* Total Liabilities were was The Fifty-eight years of service and safe banking in Kossuth County, iiiiiHiiiin^^ Stepheiison Family In Reunion — The Ltvermore Gazette reports that the Stephenson family had a reunion a week ago Sunday at Nels Mitchell's, south of Algona, in Harold Falkenhainer, who has been employed at the Algona Insurance Agency a year, has resigned and left for New Tork City Tuesday morning. He Is making the trip from Marshalltown via bus. Harold's brother Chester ' la in the insurance business in New York, and Harold- expects to find employment in the city and make bis hqme with his brother. Marriage, licenses -were issued laet week to Henry Olson, 38, Forest City, Margaret 'Koster, 82, Venture; to Housewives Beginning immediately we are'mafcing a further cJmge, t* our Tbe general satisfaction a^d approval wbi& greiScJ 9\»r service prompts us to make th,is change. in The Truck on the New Schedule Wflj Leave the Store at 8:30 2p«in, honor of Alice Klmber and Arden K, A. Hansen, 21, Melba Grleseke, Robertson, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., old J?, Mankato; X/e Roy! Thames, ?4, home of the Stephensons, In at- i Agnes Manthei, 81, Ledy?r4; Wai- tendance were Mr. and Mrs. Q. J. ! ter Johnson, 42, Rose Luecltke, 41, Fenton, their daughter Minneapolis; Harold Green, ?2, Fern Margaret and eon Mayoard, the lat- I-&n»lng, 1$, both of Crystal ter of Algona; Mr. and. Mrs. Ke»- Minn.; Amos, A»eJe, «?» Wesley ( netb stepbeneon, Fenton; Stephenson, sow James, jj Stephenaon, eon Gordjjfl, &» Hftrpld eal, Bancroft. , Wayne Eliza. Robinson, 41, AJ«ona; v. $. Welp, legal, J.

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