The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1948 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 6, 1948
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' ^m?$m 4*Afeant» Upper s fuisefdy, Jamtmy 6/T948 Visitors at the Walter Klamps Friday* Were Mr. and Mrs, Ros coe" Jjiff of Webster City. and Mrs. James Merryman . New Years with the lat parents, Mr. and Mrs. W ferry, Fostoria. Mr .and Mrs. LaVerne Hoover Britt, visited Mr. and Mrs. Mel vin Olson, Friday. Mr. Hoover is brother of Mrs. Olson. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French and Donald were New Year's da.N dinner guests of Mi. and Mrs Howard' French at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Griffin anc Kathleen spent Christmas at Salem,. S. D.. with Mrs. Griffin's mother, Mrs. Ellen Reddin. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Hanegan of Dickinson, N. D.. spent Christmas with the former's mother, Mrs. Mae Hanegan. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert K spent Christmas at Swea City with Mr. and Mrs. John'Ander- son, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Leffert. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mittlieder spent Thursday at Blue Earth, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham, undo and aunt of Mrs. Miltlieder. Loren Minkler came from Waverly, Friday, to visit, his mother, Mrs. Ida Minldor. and his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and ^Mrs. H. D. Htitchins. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Noland had as guests, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch of Lu Verne and Mr. and Mrs. Jacl Sykes of Livermoro. Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwig Dan-ell and Arloen. soent las weekend at Waseca. Minn., will- Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Sehauer sisler and brother-in-law of Mrs Ludwig. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck re- cenlly returned from Minneapolis, Minn., where they had spent Christmas with their daughtei and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D D. Greer. Mrs. Craig Vinson, Tommy and s Beverly returned Saturday from Mitchell, S. D., where she accompanied her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hays, following their visil heVe Christmas. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwig New Year's eve •were the former's brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ludwig. their daughter Phyllis and John Goldtrapr West Bend. Hamlin Iverson came from Chicago, 111., to spend Christmas with his wife at the home of her mother Mrs. Alma Nelson. Mrs. Iverson is remaining here till their home is ready for occupancy. Guests of Mrs. Eva Miftag, Christmas, were her daughters and sons-in-law. Mr. and Mrs Elmer Gttnn of Emmelsburg, Mr, and Mrs. Peter Smidt of Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis of Livermore. \ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Halre' and their daughter Ann returned to Des Moines Friday following a visit since before Christmas with Mrs. O'Haire's father H. E. Rist and sister Mrs Alice O'Rourke. The Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Irwin, former pastor of the Naxar- ene church, and his wife, came Friday from Lovillia, where the-, have a pastorate, and remained till Wednesday as house guests of Mrs. D. L. Drivei Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis, .Beverly and Dorothv, and Shirley and Dons \Wincn lett Saturday for a weekend visit at Princeton, Mo., with Mrs. Lewis' sister and brother-in-law Mr and Mrs. Carl Weiner. Roy Bjusirom and Frank Moulton left Sunday for Chicago to go to the furniture mart. They will be gone most of the week. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh went to Burt, Friday, to spend the weekend with Mrs. H. O. Buell. Marvella McDanel, daughter of Mr. and M;v A,<,M<> M( Danel, left last week Monday for Lincoln, Neb., where she' will visit several friends and will be house guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Furgason while visiting their son Vernori. Lorraine Riedel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riedel, loft Sunday for Schuyler, Neb.,where she teaches in the parochial school. Guests of the Riedels New Year's day and over the weekend was Raymond Beehler of Foley, Minn. Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Palmer were their daughter and son-in-laW, Capt. and Mrs. J. J. McGowaiv of Denver, Colo. Mrs. McGowan is the former Martha Palmer. Capt. McGowan is stationed at the Fitzsimnions army post hospital. Alvin DePue, brother of Mrs. Lester Miller, has, received his discharge from service and is spending part o| his time at Whittemore with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry DoPue. He plans to go farm-- 'ng in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. James Knoll of 3urt, Mrs. Ida Reid and Alden Reid are leaving this week Tucs- lay for Deming, N. Max., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bert Galbraith. .hey will remain for an indefinite time. Mrs. Galbraith is sis- er of Mrs. Reid and Mr. Knoll. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs had s dinner guests. Thursday, their on and daughter-in-law. Mr. nd Mrs. Carl Vohs", Caron Jean nd Jimmy of West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Martens, of Roland, son-in-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vohs. The Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Melh- er spent Christmas • at La Porte City with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mether. Their youngest son Lloyd, who attends school at LaPorte, came home with them for a week and -.returned there Fi iday Having concluded their holiday visit here since before Christmas, Mr. and Mrs.' Stewart Barnes and Stephen returned to their home a't Des Moines, Friday, having spent the time with Mrs. Barnes' mother, Mrs. Cydney Laird and grandmother, Mrs. S. B. French. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rosewall of Chicago, 111., were holiday visitors at the home of the former's mother, Mrs.' Charles Rosewall. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Nelson had as New Year's guests, Mr. and Mrs. John P. Sanders of Jhicago, 111. Mrs. Sanders is mother of Mr. Nelson. Mrs. Daisy Hu.tzell of Adel is visiting her sons, Roy and Lawrence Hutzell. She has beeh assisting at the store and will rc- nain here indefinitely. While lere she is at the Roy Hutzells. Mrs. Agnes Laidley is visiting Mr. and Mrs. McGuire at Led- •arcl a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hofer of Goodell, sister and brother-in- law of Mrs. Harry McCorkle, are leaving next week for a tw months visit at Glendale, Calif with Mrs. Hofer's parents, Mi and Mrs. A. M. Jasperson. Mi Jasperson has not been in th best of health the past few years Dick Sampson accompaniet Mildred Simpson and her par cnts to, Ames, Monday, wner Mildred is a student at th, Iowa State college. Dick wen from there to Des Moines, when he is a student at Drake univers ity. The young folk had spen the holidays with their respect ive parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Bell Jr and Barbara and Mrs. George Bell Sr., spent New Year's day with Mrs. W. L. Martin, sister of Mr. Bell. The senior Mrs. Bel is remaining here indefinitely with her daughter but Mr. anc Mrs. Bell Jr. went from here to Minneapolis, Minn., to take Barbara back to the university. Pfc. Harry McCorkle, son of Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle and Pfc. Richard Mathes, son of • * ' » t . Mr, aftd Mrs.' Lylc Iwthes, S expected quits soon from. Camp Stoheman, Calif./, whets , they will land from Koftsa, .havfrtg spent a year there in army .set" vice. They expect ft) be dig- charged the last of February. Mr. and Mfsj t>6n JJels&H sp.... Christmas Eve at Humboldt at a family gathering at the Jflmef Lindharts, brother and sistei^in*. law of Mrs. Nelson. The following day the Nelsons entertained at a family dinner at \vhich Mrs. Charles Nelson, mother of Don, of Humboldt, and her companion, Mrs. Anna Luchsinger were present. Mr. and Mrs. Roy HutzelJ. had as guests last week Saturday, the latter's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hester and Velda, arid Mr, and Mrs. Ronald Conrad and Marilyn of Earlham, Other guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Weinman and family and Mr, and Mrs. Theo Weinman "and -family of Fairmont, Minn. Having concluded a week's visit here Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Parkins, Mrs. Esrl Parkins, the former's mother, and Larry Hayward, his nephew, returned to their home at Brazil, Ind. Mrs. Roy Lovall, sister of Mrs. Parkins, came Saturday from Brazil and is spending much of her time at Graettinger with relatives. Mr. t-uid Mrs. Melvin Olson and Mrs. Tom Samson and Marcia went to Emrnetsburg, Sunday, to visit Mrs. Laura McEnroe, mother of Mr. Olson, who is in a convalescent home there following a stroke several weeks ago, from which she is recovering quite well. Mrs. Olson, formerly employed at the Algona Bakery, is on sick leave. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman-had as guests. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stillman and Nadine, and Mr. and Mrs. James Stillman, all of Dolliver. The L. leaving Ari*. T\ The Aftd JU Mf e attd Nancy Lynft is ^ =llfc .y 1C ium- ed to their home aL%m6uth, Ind., following a w^ektt tfsit with the former's "parents Mr. fend Mrs. William RuHehey 1 , Mr. and MM. Hataltd „_ Fort Dodge, ^daughter; and son- in-law of Mr. and,Mrs. Clarekje Morrall, arc« f>arertt» tof • ft daugrn ter, Nandy Ann, born Dec, 19 at Fort Dodge. Mrl. Morrall was at Fort Dodge ten days assisting in the care of her, grandsons and upon her return hbme brought Lee honle with hef for several days. Later Bobby came for* a visit and Sunday the Morralls took him homo. Mr. and Mrs. Glee Pitcher, Bill and Nancy, left Wednesday for Tama, where they remained over night with Mr. Pitcher's father, then went to Cedar Rapids to Visit Mr. and ,Mrs, Jack Longt brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Pitcher. The Pitchers had been away from home a fortnight, part of the lime being spent here with Mrs. Pitcher's father and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.' Long, and sister and brother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Carson Taylor. Mn""and Mrs. Maynard Sleph- enson of Manchester spent, Christmas with the latter's mother, Mrs. Mary DeGraw, Christmas day they were dinner guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinnis, sister and brother-in-law of Mrs. Stephenson. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor and Mrs. DeGraw, mother of the women. Maynard is a son of Mr. and Mrs. O, J. Stephenson, former well known Algon- ians, now living at Santa Ana Calif. Maynard grew to yoUnj., manhood here. Reserve District No. 7 State No. 72 Report of Condition of SECURITY STATE BANK of Algona, Iowa, at the dose of business December 31, 1947, a State banking institution urgam/.ud and operating under the banking laws of this Slate and u member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance' \vnh a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Rt/survu Bank of'this District. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and c;,sh items in process of collection $ 901,933.34 2. United States Government obligations, direct and : guaranteed . 1,495,253.00 5. Corporate stocks (including $3,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve ban!;) 3,000.00 6. Loans and discounts (including $31.91 overdrafts)- 618,784.28 7. Bank premises owned $10,500.00, furniture and fixtures $2,000.00 .. _ 1250000 12. TOTAL ASSETS $3,031,471.12 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $ 2,442,164.33 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 22,528.02 15. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 16,856.25 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 292,385.05 17. Deposits of banks 130,857.56 18. Other deposits (certiiied and officers' checks, etc.). 11,168.52 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS '___'_ $2,91595973 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obligations shown below) $291595973 CAPITALACCOUNTS '' 25. Capital* $ 50,000.00 26. Surplus . 50,000.00 .27. Undivided profits _ 1551139' 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . $ 115'51l'39 30, TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $3,031,471.12 This bank's capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of $50,000.00 We: C. B. Murtagh, Prcs. Frank Kohlhaas, Vice-Pres., and E. A. Schemel, Cashier, of the above-named bank, hereby certify that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. , C. B. MURTAGH, President FRANK KOHLHAAS, Vice- Pres. E. A. SCHEMEL, Cashier. Correct—Attest: M, G. Bourne, H. M. Hauberg, Gaylord D. Shumway J. W. Haggard. E. J. Hough, D. C. Hutchison, T. C. Hutchison, A. L. Rist, Directors. State of Iowa County gf Kossuth, ss: *8viQfiHr to and subscribed before me this 5th'day*-of January,"" 1948. -' (SEAL) FLORA I. TISS, Notray PuWJc CLEAN HOT ECONOMICAL Add to the comforts of home with a Gas Stove—Refrigerator or Automatic Water Heater Installed with All-Gas; After Hours—Sunday and Holidays Prompt Delivery If It Burns Gas, We Can Install and Service It. Phone 16 HERMAN WALLER Phone 942J -Oas Co. GLEN HARMS Rhone 913LW Who Laughi • • • • This isn't as funny as it sounds! But there IS something funny about the fellow who wastes money heating an uninsulated house. Don't let them laugh at you, Ask about Zonolite now! Zonolite is fire-proof, rot-prqof, highly efficient. It installs quickly, without fuss or muss, / Botsford Lumber Co. Phont • Jim ,,-ste '>??' Wise shoppers df6 fdmiiiar with S & L'$ annual White Sale presented every year at this lime. This White Sale is more thrilling and more important than ever before, because all of those scarce iterns that Nave beguH to be available have been securecl for you in quantities. BRIGHT GINGHAMS New Spring Plaids Fine woven, quality gingham made of combed yarn. Soft, i smooth finish, fast color and washable. Assorted colors, 36 inches wide. • • H WHITE DpTT A EC> SWISS CURTAIN FABRIC) yard _„:!' 59c PRINTED DIMITY of combed cotton Yard __q 79c CHAMBRAYS, woven cords, Rayon prints, yd. $1.19 PLAiD TERRY TOWELS 20x40 Inches—59c Value! Pastel plaids on white terry. Quality ' that washes and wears. Attractive too, and oh,'so soft._ Your choice of assorted colors. , vt J^. Hemmed Disli Towels, washed, bleach-, ed and mangled, 33c vol. at -*_26c Stevens All Linen Toweling, unbleached, reg. 39c-at _33c Printed Towejing, gay to 'brighten .:, your kitchen. Reg. 39c at 33c PRISCILLA RUFFLED CURTAINS Fine marquisette, reg. 2.98-pr. ^ ^ -^ Cushion dotted marquisette with frothy wide ruffles.' Rose or blue dots give dainty contrast to the white ground, Size, 41x78. . Rayon Ninon Panels, 1,49 vol. at $1;00 Rayon-Lace Mesh Panels, 2.98 value at ,,$2.49 50% . 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