The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1943 · Page 3
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4-H ATM) AMES SHORT COURSE vlfciite fiVe Seneca 4-tt cluo JHJW left for Ames' Suftday after* fl6dn *y bud from AljfonA to at- the annual 4-H, club short , rlSe. Those who went includ • Jjd''Way«e Lynch, Junior Merrill. i IJrrdl Peterson, Harold Oaborn and ' ISS/IM&IMlty. The shdrt course be- •gaft Monday and continued through Wednesday. • , . Iff, and MM. Ray Osborn and . family were Sunday dinner guests it the Clyde Cooper home at Al- Maty Lou Hantelman, who sub' Attttted to a mastold operation the •Week before Ohrlstmaa, Is back In School again. XMj?. 1 and Mrs. Albert Cody and daughter* were New Years eve din- net guetW at the ttarfy Vahldlok home, wfist of Rlngated, Mr. aftd Mrs. Ohas. O*bbrft and family spent Christmas Day at the Mrs. Chris Madison home. The Ray Oaborhs spent the day With the Wm. Qsborrts. Beulah Hartshorn, who has been taking special training In govern' ment aeronautics at Kansas City, spent,Christmas with her parents, the Ray Hartshorns. Wayne Wllberg, who has been enjoying the Christmas holidays at the home of his parents, returned to Decorah Monday, where he Is attending Luther •college. , Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell were Christmas day dinner hosts to Mr. and Mrs. Lage and family and Mrs. Duryea Of Algona, also to Ut. and 'Mrs. Harvey Chr.'atensen and family, Rlngsted. Wanda Olson observed her 14th .birthday anniversary last Wednesday by having a number of girl friends In for supper and the evening. Guests included May and Myrna Nielsen, Donna Classon, Donna Jean Cody and Lavon Thompson. CHATTER BOX With, the holidays over, there is now time to do some of the things you hoped to accomplish before the bustle of Christimas descended upon you, If you have some little paint jobs around the house, we suggest that you try our KEM-TONE, MM Kern-Tone !s so easily applied—with a roller or a brush. It covers with one --coat and leaves a soft flat •finish, regardless of wheth- .- er it ls> applied over paint or paper. It dries In one hour and requires no sizing or prim'ng. All you need do IB mix It with water. A gallon oiKem-Tone mixed with water makes 1% gallons of paint. Kern-Tone sells for 98c a quart or $2.98 per gallon. JLR If you'are looking for some work gloves or mittens, we have them In cotton and leather, good fitting and long wearing. JLfi. ' 'Eto you 'boys and girls-<-and ~,,some of the groww folks too— , If you are looking for some' thing to <J6^-we suggest .you ' try your hand at building v model airplanes. This is just ! v the season to do It We have a goodiassbrtment of the Joe Ott model planes at from lOc f to $1.BO each. They are fun to build. JLR Or If you crave more action .and exercise, get a pair of ice skates. We have some honeys—men's and women's shoe skates, l.'.ned or unllned. JLiR Attention DAIRYMEN. This is an exclusive for you. In early December we announced our dealership for TAN- VJLAC. Since then several of our leading dairymen have been using Tanvllac and have already expressed themselves as highly pleased with the increased milk and butterfat they have been getting. JLR . You, too, can not only help the war effort by getting the same results from your dairy herd—but you will also improve their winter condition —to say nothing of helping yourself. Buy bonds with the difference. Give Tanvllac a trial. It costs less to feed. JLR You are always welcome to stop In and see the new things as they arrive In our store. Make it a habit to stop in often. rL. Richardson Hdw. JOHN ABBAS, WEST BEND, BREAKS ARM CRANKING MOTOR West Bend: .John Abbas broke his arm Wednesday while cranking the motor on the hand-car in the Rock island yards Wednesday. It was a very unfortunate accident, which will lay him up for a time. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Boevers and Kae wera Christmas guests at the Thorpe home at Algona. Frank Sweeney went to Livermore Sunday evening for a short visit with his mother, Mrs. Margaret Sweeney. Leo Dogotch came from Camp Barkley, Texas, to spend his furlough wtth his .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dogotch. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ford of Chicago are spending their holiday vacation with h.'s mother, Mrs. J. M. Ford and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bernt Berge and Ann and Barbara of Garner, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Von Bank and family. Mrs. Ralph M«rtz and daughter of St. Louis, Mo., spent ths past two weeks with her parents', Mr. and Mrs. L. B, West. Miss Geraldlne Sweeney returned to Des Molnes after spending her vacation at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs, Frank Sweeney. Mr. and Mrs. Walton DeWltt and daughter, Maurine, spent the week end wtth Mrs. DeWltt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Baker at Lu- Verne. • Miss Margaret Tomey, R. N., of Rochester, Minn., returned to her work after a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Tomey. (Miss Florence Ford, who spent Christmas with her family, returned to St. Paul Monday. She is employed In the.county attorney's office. Delbert Bernlnghaus and Paul Bonnstetter went to Ames Monday to attend the three-day 4-H boya' short course. About 600 boys were registered. Mr. and. Mrs. Chas. Frieden .and daughter, Miss Lela and Mrs. Ernest Affiholter went to Alden Wednesday to visit the Kermft Mendell home. Mr. and Mrs: H. F. Anderegg received word that their son, Diwaln, had 'been promoted to the rank of corporal In the air corps at Roswell, New Mexico. Mrs. Nellie Emerson and Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson returned from Des Moines after spending the week end at the George and Charles Foley homes. Maurice Montag and Robert Brown, who enlisted in the air corps about a month ago, are stationed at Atlantic City, N. J. They are attending a rad:o technician school there. Corporal and Mrs. Herbert Ben- nlnger of Lincoln, Nebr., Miss Clara Banwart of Elgin, 111., and a number of other relatives of this place, were Monday, evening dtaner guests, at the Earl Bajiw-art:" LuVertte Couple Holda Silver Wedding Parly LuVerne: The 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kubly Was celebrated at the community hall Saturday afternoon, Jan, 2 and was attended by 60 relatives and old friends. The af- trenoon was spent Informaly. A delicious lunch was served to the group at tables centered with beautiful 'bouquets of pink snapdragons and chrysanthemums In -whfte and a wedding cake In two tiers decorated with silver wedding bells. Mrs. Kubly is the former Emma Krafft, Renwlck, 'and Mr and Mrs. Kubly 'have lived most of their married life '.n the vicinity of LuVerne unltl last spring when they moved to a farm near Goldfleld. They have four children, Ethel and Floyd at home, Helen of Chicago and Leslie, private first class, stationed In the Hawaiian Islands One son, Lester, died three years ago. Out-of-town guests attendtag tho celebration were Helen Kubly of Chicago, the W. F. Kublys of St. James, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Anderson, Mr. and (Mrs. Arthur Krafft, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krafft and daughters, Donna Jean- and Dorlii, all of Renwick, Mrs. Oscar Hartwig and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hartwig of Karrawha, Mabel Kubly, Algona, and the Peter Rub'erg family, Badger. They received many beautiful gifts and also a purse of silver dollars. SENECA NEWS REPORT OF CONDITION Iowa State Bank of Algona, in the State of Iowa, organized under the laws of the State of Iowa and a member of the Federal Reserve System, at the close of ss OT T December 31, 1942. Published in Meordance with calls V the Superintendent of Banking of Iowa and the Federal Reserve irf this district on a date fixed toy the Superintendent of Banking , and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, pur- cion 9231 Iowa business su/Ho the'provWons orthe' FeaeTal Reserve Act and Section 923i, Codeoflowa. ^^ $605.32 $ 945,880.33 (Including 1. Loans and discounts overdrafts) • ••• ••••• 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ••-••• B. Corporate stocks (including $3,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) ......... 6 Cash, balances with other banks, including federal reserve balance, and, cash items In process of collection v .... ., 7. Bank premises owned $15,000X10, furniture and fixtures. $4,000.00 : 296,100.00 3,0000.00 -. 1,503,040.89 19,000.00 12. TOTAL ASSETS 13. Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships and corporations ................................ 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .., ...................................... — 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 17. Deposits of banks ... ................................................ . 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) ............................................... • .................... $2,767,021.33 $2,366,076.61 9,384.50 209,088.91 44,925.14 4,071.00 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS 25. Capital* ,.,. 26. Surplus 27. Undivided profits ACCOUNTS $2,633,546.85 $ 60,000.00 50,000.00 33,474.37 133,474.37 29. .TOTAL CAFJTA1L ACCOUNTS 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAI ACCOUNTS $2,767,021.38 •This bank's capital consists of common stock .with total par value of $50,000.00. ' J, H. L. Gllmore, Cashier of the above-named bank, hereby certify that the above statement la true to the best of my knowledge and belief. H. L. GILMORE, Cashier Correct-^-Attest:R. H. MILLER » L, E. LWNAN M. H, s FALKENHAINER M. P. HAGGARD, Directors. State of Iowa, County of Kossuth as: Swom to and subscribed before me this. 4th day of January, 1943. (SBAL) - WXJISH MAQNUSON, Notary Public, Coming to Emmetoburg, Hotel Kermore, Wednesday forenoon, Janu- M-jr Wth! Mason Citft BH»1 Com Gordo, Tuesday, January 12tb. «e- twrn yWto »yeiy month. Dr. J.F.Shallenb«rger, M. D, who has since 1907 treated Chronic, Nervous and SPECIAL DISEASES of Men and Women Scientifically Btoo Diseases of the Bye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Heart, Blood, Skin, Nervous Debility, Nerves, Liver, Intestines, Kidneys and Bladder. Consumption in an early stage, Catarrh, Ringing in Ears and D«afnes«, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Epilepsy, Sick Headache, Goitre, Eczema, Scrofula, Appendicitis; Gravel, Rheumatism of joints and muscles ?(LES, FISTPLA, FI8SUBE and Other Pl»easef Treated Surgical Cases Given Spe^te! Atton Over 80% of my patients come from recommendations Ot those J have cured, CQWSULTA-nON W, 6» id. Dr, J. F, Shalbnberger, M-D, IRVINGTONPAIR WED IN ALGONA Irvlngton: 'M.'ss Velma Brewer and Thomas Gage were recently united In marriage toy the Rev. David R. Martin at the Congrega- ttlonal church In Ailgona; They spent a week's honeymoon at Des Molnes and Melrose. The irew Mrs- Gage ?s a. cousin of Mrs. Bob Plunket and both are employed by the Plunketa who are tenant* for the Clarence Mawdsleys. Miss Betty Woods was a recent visitor with her abater, Mrs. Peter Welter at Nashua. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Richards of Lone Rock were New Year's dta- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield. Mrs. R. H. Skllling was called to Humboldt last Sunday morning due to the serious illness of her mother, Mrs Mary Devlne. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson motored to Britt last Sunday, taking their two granddaughters, Peggy and Kathleen Lundstrom to their home after visiting several days here. George Hackman, Sr., returned to his home last Thursday after spending the past week at the Kossuth hospital. - Mr. Hackman recently suffered a severe heart attack but is now recuperating nicely at his home. Mr, and Mrs. Ellis Chamberlain motored to Jolly, Iowa, last Saturday to attend a family reunion of Mrs. Chamberlain's family. Mrs. Chamberlala'3 father has had a farm disposal sale and will now locate and retire at Jolly. Among Irvington's younger set who were home for the holiday season were Kenneth Asa, Ruth_and Evelyn King, Dorothy King, Mar- sruerite and Roberta Skilling, Marie Erpeidtag, Bob Gelgel, Haz3l Potter and Albertha Boldridge. Mrs. DavW Smith, nee Esther Scheppman, returned last Thursday from Memphis, Tenn., where she had been visiting for several days with her husband who is stationed there. Jt Is thought that he will be at this locat'on until arch *• The many friends of James Black were grieved to bear of his sudden illness wb.'<ch necessitated taking him to the Kossutti hospital last Sunday. Mr. BJack, although being up and around has not been in the toest of health for some time and it was a distinct shock to the community to learn of bis Mhresa. Miss Shirley Wpber was hostess last Wednesday (a weeK ago) to the 'IrvlnetQn 4-H gtols club, this beljjg an ajl-day iweetlng, The girls have been preparing equipment for their sewing «Q$as and work fur the day followed along this line. In the afternoon some time was devoted ts the WWllc project with the staging of $0099 and a etudy of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reed moved last week from a small acreage in Swea township on to a farm east of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. George Jenson and family of Rlngsted were New Year's dinner guests at the Mlllen Jensen home. (Mr. and Mrs. Truman Classon and son of East Chin, "Miim., spent the week end at the Irvin Classon home. i- Mrs. Marinus Nelson and children spent the week end with her parents, the Ben Olsons at Emmetsburg. (Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richards returned Tuesday from an extended visit with relatives In the state of Washington.. •Alyse Olson, who is employed at the Emmet Co. Bank, EstherVille, spent Saturday and Sunday at the Curtis Olson home. Betty Burt, Who has been work- Ing at Baker's School at Northfield, Minn., spent from Dec. 30th to Jan. 2 with her father arrd brother. Leona Jensen, Ringsted, is spending a few days at the Millen Jensen home. She plans to continue her stud.'^S at Dana College, Neb, at the beginning of the second semester. She has been employed in Northfleld, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Smith were Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Julia Garrgsted home at Armstrong. On Friday night they entertained the Walter L. Smith, Mrs. Marvin Sanders'and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith and Cloy Houseman of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs, Mlllun Jensen, anil: children attended & family get- together at the' Jennie J«nseh home at Rlngsted Sunday, Guests, la- eluded the Vefnon Jensens of Algona, Mrs, Anna Osborn of Fenton and thfr Geotge and Ralph J«n- nsi Kingsteii Mf. and Mrs. DeVerd; Swran left the early part of the week for Du^ lath, Mtmt, where they plan to make their future home. Wednesday evening callers at the Swan home included Mr. and Mrs. Ratpfr Campbell, the Sheldon Merrills and the Marinus Nelson- famftles. Mrs. Marvin Sanders, nee Berdene Smith, was honored at a post-nuptial miscellaneous shower at the home of her x parents last Monday afternoon. Hostesses were Misses Lois Looft, Fern Smith and Dorothy Sanders. The bride was the recipient of many lovely and useful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger and amlly, Mr. and Mrs. John Metzger and famMy, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Irmiter nad family attended a family get-together at the J. W. Bollig home for New Year's dinner, honoring Gordon Bolli?, who was enjoying a brief visit with his parents. Sunday dinner guests at the Marinus Nelson home were Mr. and Mrs. DeVerd Swan and family. The Swans plan to move to Duluth, Minn., In the very near future. Christmas day dinner guests included Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nielsen and famMy of Graettlnger and the Cecil Andersons. Howard Bollig spent Christmas with h.'s parents, the J. W. Bolligs. Donald Bollig and Dennis Lynch drove to Clarinda and met him on Thursday, tie left again Sunday night from. Algona for Kansas City, wherfr he is, attending a radio school from, which, he will be graduated at the- end', of the- week. Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Emma Peterson and the; Clarence Peterson, .home were Mr, and Mrs. Raymond; Peterson and sons, Mr. and Mrs, Qle Ravn and daughter and Mr:, and Mrs. Allen Strong of Armstrong. Mr. ared Mrs. Fred Johnson of Fort Dodge spent the Chrtstmaa holidays at the Peter- ion hflme. MMr-ttlUM H6rtl*y Xl^6l& fiOlnSift.UMnn)u:m' kr 1 Mrs. Ole Johanflesen aft€ Tilda, and MM. J«ftft Jtehkrtn*s*n i family, the Law*enc6 ifbttantteVifiK Mr. and Mra. Frtd JodianneSen AM children of dyllftder, th* H*n» VaWdieks of Rlngsled attd theMafw tin Wllbfergs. Sunday «Ue*W at the Looft home were Mr. and Mra. Fred Looft attd Dennla 6t W*CB\ City and Corporal Allen Lodft 6f Camp Crowtt«f, Mo. Resolve! To Save at A & P ALL THROUGH 1943 It's "Good Resolutons" tme! Time to shop at your A. & P ---- and save money all through 1943! 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