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The Algona Up^er Pes Motnes, Algona, lo^a, Jtdy U, 1942 IRV1NGTONBOY * t _j_i|. <' Afct "tffif !|W|jpy'cj Un JlA TfLLlVo JOBINIUJNOLS IMhgtOH ! Bob left Moh•day morning fbrDeKftlb, 111., Where :he virlll work f6r about six weeks. •Other* Algona boys who will have employment thefe are Cecil Wllle, Kenneth Bakkeitand 'Bob Wilasson. Leonard Wlllson, former ., Algona :hi&h school niarmal training leach- •er and wrestling coach, |.s also employed there during the months, '.-...'' •WINDS .The strong of Sunday a week ago and Thursday'nights flattened the oats considerably. It Wad been reported the rust damage 1^ very'slight to the mat crop this Reason, there being more smut than ilsuaHrWith some rust, The earlier Varieties of oats are rapidly changing color and ,it is predicted the threshing season will agahvbe very «arly. BAYMOND LUND HERE FROM BAST ON SHORT (LEAVE (Raymond Lurid^ nephew -of Mr. and Mrs. Sim' Leigh, is home-for a short furlough from 'his duties In the navy with Uncle Barrt's' i flghting forces. Raymond,seems rather re* luctant to talk about his sea experiences and flald they had only one d«ty which was to "man their ship -well." He had been at Pearl Harbor but not <ln December and had fceen on the west coast. His ship at present Is stationed at Boston, where he will return after a five- day leave. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage enter- italned Mr. Lage'a parents from Uagle Grove on Sunday. iR. J. Skilling Is very much improved from his illness of last week and Is now out and around again. The Friendly club of Rlverdale township held Its'annual picnic at the Robert Casey home last Sunday <a ; week ago)., The families of the club members were guests for the day. Mrs. Ray Fitch, Mrs. Robert Sklll- Jng and Mrs. Helen Schore motored to-the hom# of Mrs. Myrtle Stilts jiear Llvermore last Tuesday where they helped the latter celebrate her birthday. The ladles are all the daughters of Mrs. Fitch. •The 1942 crop of red clover has beer Immensely heavy this season due to the excessive wet weather. Among those who have already baled their clover and those who are thus planning to do so are Ralph Lage, the Maasdams and Paul Black. and Mrs. C J. Sill, former ideal residents, .but how llvlfg In Plum Creek Umtishlp,, returned tfl thelr home during ttu past Week after spending several days at Roch* ester, Minn., where Mr. Sill was under - observation for hla general health at the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Edna Harr was hostess to the Cresco Embroidery club last Thursday afternoon, substituting for Mrs. Andrew Godfredson who Will now take Mrs Harr's place In en- tertlnlng In November. Roll call was responded td by giving patriotic quotations and poems. There were four guests. Mrs. Jessie Miller the club president, was In charge. Miss Jonanne Hackman, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman, Jr., was very pleasantly surprised last Tuesday afternoon when several of the girls from the youirgei* set' of the relghborhood came to spend the afterndon with her as a courtesy helping her celebrate her fifth birthday. The Jr. Hackmans are spending the summer at the George Hackman, Sr., home. Mrs. Stephen Loss, Jr., was very pleasantly surprised, last Sunday when a group of relatives and friends arrived with well-filled bas kets for dinner and 'Incidentally help herY celebrate her birthday, which however, did not occur until Wednesday. Those present for the occasion were Mr. ard Mrs. Stephen Loss, Sr., and famiy, the Sim and Albert Leigh families, Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Gibson and/daughter, Max- Ine, Mr.-aiid Mfs.Cnas.Egel and son, Stanley, Mr.: and Mrt. John KB'hne7'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skill* Ing arid son, Donald, Frank Loss, Miss Evelyn Kramer, Joe Behrends, Mr.l and Mrs.-iRalph Kramer, Mr. and" Mrs.' Wnv Decker of Wliltte- nibre and, Mr. and Mrs .Herman WaTmbler and daughters of Lu- Verne. : ' ; V , Jw !:/(£« 111 mu ._» i wWjF, m m H* AJ§, Kenneth Wermersbh Writes Corwith Folks From "On Pacific" Corwith :• Mrs. W. H. Merriam received a letter Saturday from her nephew", Kenneth WermerSon, from "somewhere on the Pacific." The letter stated he was well and could tell her but very little outside of that.' Kenneth is the son. of Mrs. Bessie Wermerson of Miller, S. D,, formerly of Corwith. Corwith Threshing Ring to; Operate 'Corwith: A threshing meeting was held at the E. J. Widen home Monday evening to make plans for the threshing season. It was agreed by all present to start the threshing day by sun-time ,'and io quit by sun-time.' ''The.wives of the men were also present and plans to serve the meals by sun-time, were also made. REPORT OF CONDITION Security Slate Olen Johnson In taking his vac&" this week frcm.the Council Oak store, William Daughan entered the K6«- suth hospital Saturday for medical treatment. Mrs. Gootge L. Miller spent the week end at a .cottage at Okobojl with friends. Mrs. O. S. Lindsay Is spending two weeks with her alsters at their home Ire Spencer. ITaakei) FVUkefnhalnof of Red Oak, Iowa, Is visiting his father, Melzar Falkenhalner. Mrs. H. W. Pletch and two child. ren spent the week end at Okobo.1l with Dr, and Mrs. Ws D. Andrews and family. Mr. and Mrs. William St, GIfllr took their son, Billy, to Fort Dodge Monday where he attended Boy Scout camp there. The Trinity Lutheran Ladles' Aid will have Its annual picnic Thursday afternoon at 'two o'clock at the Call State Park. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kennedy of St. Paul came Thursday for a ten day visit at the home of the latter's father, John Goeders. Bert Oalbralth returned to the Veterans' hospita at .Minneapolis Sunday after spending the past two eeks here with his family. Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Miller, Mrs. . G. Baker, and Mrs. Joe Kelly [tended the funeral of John Du- Igig at Kmmetsburg Monday. Mrs 4 Hugh O*Rourke left Satur- ay for her home In Flint, Mich., fter a month's visit with her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. -H. E. Rist. Frances Ann zftrtrltsch went to 3ayton last week to be manager of beauty shop. She recently passed he state bj>ard examinations. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barker and ons, Tom and Dick, returned from le Twin Cities Friday where Mr Barker was on a buying trip. Bonnie Bonar, a student nurse at le Mercy hospital at Des Moines, rrived Monday for two weeks with er mother, Mrs. J. L. Bonar. Dr. F. E. Sawyer will leave on Vednesday morning 'for Chicago to isit his new grandson. He expects o be back the first of the week. Pvt Paul Willey arrived July 7 or a short furlough from the air ase at Morris Field, North Carona, .to visit his parents, Mr. and .Irs. George Willey. B. F. Murray and son, Russell, f Detroit, Michigan, were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. larc Moore. Mr. Murray Is a post iff ice employee at Detroit. Mrs. W, J. Long of Waterloo is pending the week visiting at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. K/D. Long. Mrs. W. J. Long, who is 82 years ild, ds K. D. Long's mother. Rose Arend of the Graham store and Christine Arend'of the Haw- aott & Ogg store, spent last week at Remsen visiting relatives. The firls are having their vacation. • of Ateona, In the State of Iowa, organized under the laws of the State rf £wa, and a member 1 of the (Federal Reserve System at the close of illness on June 30th, 1942. Published in accordance with a call made by "f Banking of, Iowa and the Federal Reserve Bank «date fixed by the •Siiperintendenrof Banking of Iowa ' j,. OTYC ^f the. Federal Reserve;Systenvpursuant to of .the Federal Reserve, Act and Section 9231, Code of Iowa ASSETS .. 1; Loans and discounts (Including $14.61 over- 2J United States .Government obligations, direct and guaranteed •;:;•:""•; •••"•.••••• 3.'Obligations of States and political subdivisions ._..,...-..- '••• S. Corporate stocks (including $2,050.00 stock of Federal Reserve Bank) « Cash, balances with other banks, including '„'... reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection ^ n .- ( 7. Bank premises owned, $16,000.00, furniture <; . • and'fixtures $2,080.00 ; . ~ 12. TOTAL..ASSETS .;, .'. LIABILITIES 13; Demand deposits of individuals, partner-. •>^ ships and corporations S540.062.70 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, , / and tjorporatlpns ..........'. •'••• io,»o*.o* 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 239,079.33 17. Deposits of banks ..: ••••-•-•• 45.687.81 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, ^ ^ ^ -19.TOTAL D'EPOSTTS •»•• 24 \TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obligations shown below) ' CAPIT1A1L ACCOUNTS 25,^Capital* ••--• • • 26. Surplus 27. Undivided profits -• 29. TOTAL -CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..... SO. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL "£;, ACCOUNTS $448,359.72 37,500.00 2,014:00 2,050.00 ' 407,132.39 18,050.00 $913,106.11 844,067.79 844,067.79 $ 60,000.00 18,500.00 538.S2 69,038.32 $913,106.11 *Thur bank's capital consistsi of ocmmon stock with total par value ^We.'T'B.'Murtagh, Pres.; Frank Kohlhaas, Vlce-^res.:^. A. Schem«1, Cashier ot the.«rt}ove»named bank, do hereby certify that the-above statement Is true to-the best of our knowledge and bellaf.. C. B. MURTAGH, Pres. FRANK KOHLHAAS, Vice-Pres. / B. A. SCHEMBL, Cashier Correct—Attest: DIRECTORS— D. C. HUTCHISON / T. 'C. HUTCHISON • E. J, HOUGH H. M. HAUBERG M. G, BOURNE '. A. L, RIST '•' ' J. W. HAGGARD •The Town Council 'Friday, July 24 1942, at fftopByerT wflwV penaKs for' rSt/and •atithewin | Noncau • • /, Fenton of Kpssuth County, Iowa, will meet - «»., at Maypr Walte'a office,, ' for OP against the following estimate' of e»i- April 1, 19*3. A detajled statement p botl, PaSt «nd ahtiqlpated will be avMlabl f ^ j, j_ ^jaBB^ , Town Qlerk {or Year li iw • i m % Uta&xig _..*....,.....,.... 4W Improvement ....j. .'. 1|9« Wate? ...,",», m Light «.. T ..,.., I ...;.L. |7", Band „„,........, 114 TPnyig t t tw( t,,,,,,,,,^,,,.,,^ JilA Sidewaii '.,.« .^^* "" JW 970 900 060 •m isoo m 143 ' V ?*t s f* V * * * * * V," £M£&V$%iJf£P * * > i •• ,* ' f' ,.,,*! i' i '• i<r~'-'«i .', v * ''>u~' .. ' _ i~ . - , - 'W-E-'VV- .3® .*. ,~ V?f*~!r5.*ii^ Maynard Dunn, Edward and Coleen Parks arid Russell Rochleau, he latter of Whlttemore spent Sunday at Lake Okobojl. kathcrine Strclt of Chicago arrived Saturday to spend a week's vacation here with her father, A. Strelt, and other relatives. Richard Patrick* Is the name of :he son born Wednesday at the Xossuth hospital to Mr. and Mrs. William Barry, Jr. The baby weighed six pounds. Mrs, A. M. Anderson, Milton Fox, Mrs. John Schmitt, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Haubeck attended o Townsend meeting at Davenport frpm Thursday until Sunday. Mrs. Anderson acted on the rules committee. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt anil Mr, and Mrs. Ted Vera left Saturday for a few days' vacation at the Black Hills. Jimmy, soft iof Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt, is staying with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Mr, and Mrs. Donald Cronan ol Toledo, Iowa, became the parents of their first (,hlld, a girl, born on Sunday at Toledo. The baby weighed six pounds four ounces. This is the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly, Jr., of Chdcago became the parents of their first child, a iboy, born Sunday at Chicago. The baby weighed seven pounds and nine ounces. This makes Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Sawyer ami Mrs. Joe Kelly, Sr., grandparents . B. Waller of St. Paul, arrived Saturday to spend a. few-days wi>h Mr. and Mrs.. R. B. Waller and tc make the acquaintance of his granddaughter, Pamela WallejT• Mrs. Ann : Zittritsch accompanied Dr. and Mrs. tifoyt Raney and two children to Clear Lake Sunday where they spent the day In celebration of Mrs. Zlttritsch's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. A. K Kresensky and :wo daughters, and Ardella Hovey will drive to Minneapolis Sunday Mr. Kresensky and Ardella will do some fall .buying for the Kresensky store. .;' Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Quinn return' ed to their home) in Washington D. C., after spending the past two weeks with relatives here. Mrs Elonald White remained for a longer visit. Mrs. O. U. Pollard and daughter Patricia and Mrs. Dennis Pratt accompanied Mrs. Frank Shilts bo Port Dodge Wednesday where the latter attended/to some., business matters, - ' C. W. Nlcoulin returned Wednesday from Rochester,,Minn., where [je underwent an operation for gal' bladder trouble some three weeks ago. He came home with M. T McGuire. , Evelyn Hellend of Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rosedal anc son, and Alfred Hellend of Brice lyn, Minn., were Fourth of July guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs U E, Hovey. / •. ., . Air. and Mrs. Robert Rtehardsoi and son, Bobby,, came home Wed-, nesday from Kenosha, Wis., where they had spent several days with Mrs. Richardson's parents, Mr. and Mrs, D. M, Simpson, . ' Miss* Ella vonDohren of DeKalb, 111., was a week end guest at the home of Mr, and Mrs; T. H. Chris- chillea. MJas vonDohren ,-was on ier way home after spending eight weeks with relatives in Minneapolis. or the first time. Mrs. Raymond Loveall and her aughter and Bert Marian and son f Brazil, Indiana, are visiting their ister, Mrs. Bert Deal. Mrs. Love- 11, Mrs. Deal, and Mr. Morlan vent to Esthervllle Saturday after- oon to see another brother, Robert iforlan, who recently underwent an peratlon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling ami aughter, Joyce, returned Saturday vening from a nine day vacation pent .in Illinois. They visited ister and brother of Frank's at iarlville and DeKalb. Frank also ttended the Furniture Mart in Chicago. Joyce left on Monday for Lake Okoboji where she will spend a week. Bernadine Mahoriey of Chicago vho had been spending a week ol .er vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs. John Mahoney, returnee unday evening to her home. She was accompanied by her two broth- rs, Jim and Russ, who expect to 'isit relatives. Jim may stay in Chicago and Russ will return t> Inish his senior year at St. Cece la's academy. Dinner guests Monday noon at thi lome of Dr. and Mrs. John Kene ick were the former's sisters, Mrs o Dobbins of San Anselma, Call tornla, and Thelma of Eagle Grove Mrs. Dobbins was on her way to Camp Roberts, California, where she will join her husband, who Is in the dental corps in the army. She will also visit another brother, Dr. Emmett Keneflck, in St. Paul before returning home. Mr< and Mr*. D. D. Monlux at- ends dthe funeral Saturday at El- ader for Mrs. W<illlattf Monlux, a . t&f M>. Mohlux. Mrft. Mllton Coonan And two aughters, Sue and Pat, of Des koines arrived Monday 1 for a visit t the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. trelt. Dr. 8. W, Meyer will return Sun- ay after spending the past ten ays in Chicago and Detroit at- ending the onventlon. National Osteopathlc Mr; and Mrs. Walter Klamp of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. /inaas of Burt were Sunday Inner guests at the home of Mrs. iVilUam Dehnert. Fourth of July guests at the home f Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfahr were Mr. and Mrs. Frances Westc- mter of Independence and Mr. and Are. E. A. Clue ol Goldfleld. Ruth Fleming of Chicago is pending two weeks' vacation here ivith her sister, Mrs. Craig-Smith, and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Fleming at Whlttemore. Mrs. Ervin Peterson and child- en are spending two weeks at their ottage at Spirit Lake. Mrs. H. M. Olson and Mrs. S. W. Meyers pent Friday with Mrs. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Stlllnmn pent a few day si ewtsae kal ipent a few days last week at the Fallkenhainer cottage at Okoboji with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mur- agh. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Medlri and son of Dubuque and Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Smith of Cedar Rapids, spent last week end at the home of Mr. Med- n's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin. Jjoan Pletch, daughter of Mr. and .Irs. H. W. Pletch, and Ann Stillman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stlllman, are attending the Con- regatlonal camp at Clear Lake this week. Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Hender- _jn of Minneapolis, Minnesota, spent the Fourth of July week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Green. The two men are cousins. The officers of the congregation of the Trinity Lutheran church met Sunday afternoon at two o'clock with Rev. Carl Hinrich of Mallard Tihere were seventy Jettfi Murtanh spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and MM. Cv B. Murtagh, and visiting her brother, Jim, who was home On .a furlough. Jean is a student at the TMverslty of Iowa at Iowa City. Mf. and Mrs. Hershel W. Thompson and son, Robert ,wtll go to Des Moines Thursday to attend the wedding of Mrs. Thompson's niece, Doris Allen, to be held at the Central church there. Robert will be an usher. Mrs. Myrrel Muetzel and children Jacqueline and Mary Myrl of Cedar Rapids came Sunday for a few days' visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parks. They will go on to Spencer later In the week to visit relatives. Mr and Mrs. A. A. Bishop went to Rowley Sunday to visit the former's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop. The men's mother, Mrs. Margaret Bishop, accompanied them to Rowley and will re- majin for a visit. K. D. Laldlcy will leave Sunday for LuVerne, Mniroesota, where he will be employed by the LuVerne News. Mrs. Laldley and two girls will move there in a few weska. Elmer Dean of Rolfe ras been employed to take Mr. Laidley's place. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kelch of Lu- Verne, Minnesota, became the parents iof their first child, a' boy, born Sunday of last week. The baby has been named Patrick Mathew. Mrs. Kelch is the former Katherine Selzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Selzer of Algona. Sunday guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Olson were the former's mother, Mrs. Bessie Olson, and Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Jacobson and family of Dows, Mr, and Mrs. Albert Olson of Roland, Mr ; and Mrs. Peter Blom of Hampton-] and M«. Millie Potter And daughter, Coleen of McCallsburg. ! Week end guests At the hbme of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kriise of Vln* ton, and Jean Murtagh of Iowa City. Sunday tttiIMlt . Murtagh h6«ie HrciuaM Mfc torn Mrs. Theo, Hutchison and children, Mrs. Mell t»eU«6ii aton, and JliA Murtftjjh.V n« Camp Davis, North CafolinSu USED MACHINERY 36" Woods Bros, all steel thresher No. 4 McCormlck-Deerlng cream separator Royal Blue cream separator DeLaval cream separator ' Deering corn binder Papec ensilage cutter Two 15-30 tractors = 1CI-20 tractor Regular Farmall with cultivator Big 4 McCormick mower . ' Two No. 20 two-row Farmall motinted corn pickers .1.. . ' , , ; McCormick-Deering Store ALOONA Phone 52 Walt Ball, Mgr., V • jresent. Lois and Kay Friesner will return to their home in Ankeny on Thursday after spending the past ;en days here with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hershel W. Thompson. Marion Rising, employed at the Western Mutual Fire Insurance office at Des Moines, came Saturday and will spend a two weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton and Mr. and Mrs. 'Leo Spilles were called to Toledo, Iowa. Sunday by the death of Frank Wild. Mr. Wild was a brother-in-law of Mrs. Dutton and an uncle of Mr. Spilles. P. F. C. Howard Redemske has received -the rating of staff sergeant at Camp Edwards, Massachusetts. Better known as Pidge' Howard is 'the son of Mr. and Mrs Charles Redemske of Algona. Tuesday and Wednesday, July 14-15 "DUDES ARE PRETTY PEOPLE" Plus fTHAT NIGHT IN RIO" Thurs.-Fri.-Sat, July 16-17-18 They fight to ride... and (••hiring IH! THREE MBQUITKK Bob STHlE-Tom TYLER" Rufe DAVIS Second 'Feature •tarring . Nancy Killy Carlson with ttirt lawmw lUrfUuluk Plus Chapter 14 Dick Tracy Serial Sunday, July 19—4 days A MERRY MEDLEY OF MUSK...and Second Feature Walter Brennan in "MABYI.AND" Technicolor Buy War Bonds and Stamps at This Theatre R SHOis AH White, Beige, White with Black, Brown with White,—Shoes Reduced to rock bottom prices. Paris Fashion Heel Hugger Shoes with low heels, medium heels; and high Sa.SO to $4.50 values reduced to ' $2.96 Connie Nature's Poise SMASH SPECIAL on PLAY SHOES and ODD PAIRS 100 pairs of rubber soled shoes — sandal and tie styles — variety of : colors. All sizes only Also 125 odd pairs of $3 to $6 shoes. Good quality, but not all sizes left. Shoes with low and medium heels—all spring and summer styles—$5.50 io $6.50 values reduced to $3.96 Rhythm Step Shoes Medium and low heels only in while, brown, and black —most all Sizes—$7.95 shoes, for only Conserve Your Cash in Our JULY • ; i Outstanding Values and Styles in all departments ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES! ^^^^^ ^^P ^^^P ^^^^^^^^f ^^S ^^ P^^^^Tj^P^BT * IR ^j^Mfl^n^f 9if ^^~ ^PBwSB / \\ /l ! ' /"*? Lt¥* >>*. 'i^A' J , ' $ f v> &.<?* fpe& '<4 i*4V. v : ,^x - .$& fetoA

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