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The Alfona Upper DCS Moines, Algeria, Iowa, October 28, 1943 SWEA CITY FIRE COMPANY ENJOY Swea City: The Swea City vol imteeiV fire- cdnijJariy held their annual banquet at the Legion hall Thursday night. Art Christenaen served the dinner with roast goose and capon the "piece-de- ifesistance." This eve*nt has practically become a tradition, with few Interruptions for 35 years. There are 17 members. Earl Hansen is fire chick Several former members are now with the armed forces. Lt. Emory Bergeson visited his parents, the Ed Bergesons, last Week. • Mrs. L. B. Hollister, Lone Tree, and Mrs. Alfred Ambrose and her two daughters of Long Island, N. F. ( visited the Fred Wegeners last week. Out of town guests at the But- tetfleld-Hunt wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Will Seimens and their two daughters, Lake Crystal, Minn. Ivan Elliott helped move the Gordon Bjerkes from Algona to the Mason City vicinity early last week. Mrs. Bjerke is a sister of Mr. Elliott. The Baptist choir, and music committee were entertained at the Roy. Kluger home Tuesday evening and music for the coming season planned. Mrs. James E. VaUx left Thursday to visit her husband who is in training near Kalamazoo, Mich. Mr. Vaux expects that he may be taken overseas soon. Tlie women of the Methodist church observed the week of prayer In a special service Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. A missionary program was given and an offering was taken. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Berggren and their two sons, Waterloo; Mis. Bertha Eckholm and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hall, Mason City, Mr, and Mrs. Roy Clark, Burt, and Adrian Clark, Wisconsin. The Olaf Pearson and Fred Johnson families drove to Des Moines over the week end to visit Berniece Pearson and other relatives. Berniece, who is working in the R.F.C.; expects to be transferred at an early date. Special gospel services will be lield at the Baptist church beginning Nov. 2. Rev. M. R. Sei- mena, Eau Claire, Wis., will be the speaker/ and the Palermo Four, gospel musicians, will be in charge of the music. It is expected the meetings will close Nov. 14. Over the, Hump The day after the current war sond drive started, the Kelley community had pledged its quota. When the drive was over in the vicinity, almost 60 per cent more lad been pledged than the quota JOHN MERTZ CAR, LUVERNE, FRIDAY LuVerne: The John Mertz family, tenants on the farm of Mrs. Samuel Steussy, N.W. of town had the misfortune to have their car badly damaged by, fire last week Friday night. Their son Irviri had used the car that evening to attend the class play practice at the LuVerne high" school and on opening fhe car door thu next day at noon the fire which apparently had been smouldering all night burst into flames. A few buckets of water brought the fire under control but not until the cushions of the front seat and the panels on the front doors were burned. The origin of the fire is undetermined. Mr. Mertz carried auto insurance, interest to note It might be of that Irvin does No Difference It makes no difference where a man might be 'at any time, apparently his belongings are not safe from thieves. While John Hoffman of near Plainfield was attending church services, his car, parked near the church, was stolen. Non-Resident Farm Owners My farm management service offers you: 1. A good tenant 2. A practical farm plan 3. Close supervision MAINTAIN YOUR INVESTMENT AND SECURE HIGHEST RENTAL RETURNS PAUL M. SEELEY, Farm Manager E. State St. Algona, Iowa 42-43* FENCING We have a good supply of heavy Woven Wire and Barb Wire. COME IN AND GET YOUR NEEDS NOW Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool REPORT OF CONDITION OF Security 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 business on October 18th, 1943. Published in accordance, with calls made by the Superintendent of Banking of Iowa and the Federal Reserve Bank of this district -on a date fixed by the- Superintendent of Banking of Iowa and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, pursuant to the provisions, of the Federal Reserve Act and Section 9231, Code of Iowa. ASSETS 1. Loans and discounts (including $28.31 . . overdrafts) .....: 2. United States Government obligations, direct and, guaranteed ^J. ..... 5. Corporate stocks (including $2,100.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) 6. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance ( and cash items in process pf collection , 7. Bank premises owned $15,200.00, furniture and fixtures $1,800,00 $ 378,729.18 448,990.97 2.100.0C 720,316.15 17,000.00 $1,567,136.30 12, TOTAL ASSETS : LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships,' and corporations 1,074,320.39 . 14, Time deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations 22,272.17 15. Deposits of United States Government. (including postal savings) 45~.80 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions ,..-, 306,247.01 17. Deposits Of banks , 88,951.74 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.)' .'. ' 1,850.00 ,19, TOTAL DEPOSITS 1,493,887,11 24, .TOTAL LIABILITIES(not including sub« prdinated obligations shown below;.. . CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capitol* , ,.-...,.„.„ ...$ 50.000.0Q 26, Surplus ,„ 20,500.00 27. Undivided profits ,. i. 2.949.19 29Y TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS / 73,449.19 $1,493,687.11 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL " 'ACCOUNTS ,, ., _.,.... $1,567,136.30 • *TWs bank's capital consists oj common stock with total par value of $50,000,00. ... ; MEMORANDA 32. Secured and preferred liabilities; Deposits preferred under provisions of Jaw but not secured by pledge of TOTAL We; Q, B. Pres.; Frank Kohlhjas, Vice-Pres., and E. A statement Jfl tr^e tjj the b*st o| our know; " * ' " * T, O, HUTCHISON 0. Q. not smoke or use tobacco in any form. Miss Estella Hemmingson spent the week end at her home in Cambridge. Elmer Emory, who has been in defense work the past year in California, arrived home last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen and daughter ' Grace were guests Sunday at the Leonard Olson home at Humboldt., Mrs. Rachel Hanna, Fairmont, Minn., who has been visiting relatives in Renwick and LuVerne returned to her home Tuesday. The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Evelyn Van Court, former 7-8 grade teacher here to Lieut. Milstead has just been announced. Mrs. John'Thompson, who has been keeping house for her father, Ed Klassi, the past year and who is now in defense work m Des Moines spent Sunday at Lu- Verne. • Miss Ruby Godfrey, LuVerne's only beauty operator has been ill with the flu the past week and obliged to close her shop. Florence Godfrey came from Thompson for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson anil daughter Linda, Mrs. Helena Stripling and the letter's father, Michael Wegner, , were at Fort Dodge Thursday where Mr. Swanson went through the clinic. Mrs. Flora Raney went to Reinbeck Saturday to visit her daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H., R. Frei and to meet her son Sgt. Forrest Raney who is there on furlough. He is being transferred to Camp Dix, N. J. Donald Meyers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyers, and James Putzstuck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Putstuck, both from the nav al training station at Farragu' Idaho, are on ''boot leave" thi week for a visit with relative and friends. Mrs. Faye Thompson, Eagl Grove, and ' daughter, -Missf Mar jorie Thompson, R.N., San F^ran cisco, Calif., ywere guests Thurs day at the homes of Mrs. H. E 'Pqitzke and Mrs. Peter Thompson and were dinner guests at the latter's home that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomp son, Waltham, Minn, and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. anc Mrs. Alvin Thompson and two children, Austin, ' Minn., were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs. Grover Rentz and visited other friends about town. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly went to Goldfield Sunday to assist their aunt, Mrs. Lena Blatt in celebrating her 84th birthday Mrs. Irvin Chapman accompanied them to Goldfield where she waa 'a guest of her father and sisters and assisted in celebrating her sister Frances" birthday. A lovely cake with coffee was served Tuesday evening at the Red Cross, work rooms after the work for the evening was completed. Mrs. R. L. Corbin, chairman of the Red Cross, was celebrating a birthday that day, and the treat for her co-workers came as a surprise. The women lingered long over leaving, enjoying the informal chat which followed Eighteen enjoyed the courtesy. A birthday dinner honoring John Voss, Sr., was given at their farm home east of town Sunday The table was centered with a lovely birthday cake made by Mrs. Voss and the. guests were their children and grandchildren Those attending were his aged mother, Mrs. Emma Voss, Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Frederick, Arlington, Iowa, Mr. and .Mrs. Herman Wise and children, Sexton, and Mr. and Mrs. John Voss and children, LuVerne. The United Service Women of LuVerne sponsored an auction sale Saturday evening and cleared approximately $150. The high schooV band gave a concert preceding the sale, This was their first public concert of the year with Miss Cowling as instructor and it proved to be a drawing card. Hugh Colwell, Algona, formerly of LuVerne, was auctioneer and everything sold well. There was a gopd assortment of articles for sale and included live and dressed fowl, potatoes, all kinds of baked goods, some* used clothing, furniture, etc., and it was all donated. Ottosen Community News There was Red Cross sewing at th« school house Tuesday. The Ottosen school is having cornpicking vacation this week. The L. R. C. met at the home of Mrs. Eugene Hofius Thursday afternoon. Joan Bnockson entertained at a Halloween party nt her home Friday night. Mrs. Herman Kramer visited at the O. C. Tabor home at Humboldt Saturday. Mr. and Mrs .Miles Helmen of Bode, were Sunday visitors nt the Harold Jacobson home. ; Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Young of Holfe«spent Monday and Tuesday at the Henry Lovig home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Henrickson of West Bend were Sunday visitors at the Don Usher home. Mrs. Chet Alme and Shirley are spending this week at the J. M. Blanchard home at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. James Struthers md family were guests at the lome of Mrs. Flo Struthers Sunday, j Mrs. Harold Jacohsoil and Mrs. Antone Spiech attended the coun- V Auxiliary meeting at Renwkk "Yiday. , Mr. and Mrs. Donald Struthers and family of Ames spent the week end at the Watson Struthers home. The 4H gtrls met at the home of Barbara Long recently. There will be election of officers at the next meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Enockson and girls were Sunday dinner guests at the Dan Verbrugge home near Humboldt. Mrs. Donald Cooper, a former resident here, had an operation for appendicitis Saturday afternoon at the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. Mrs. E. Hofius, Mrs. Knut Op- nendahl, Mrs. Alf Leo and Terry were Thursday visitors at the Mrs. Cora Bacon and Lloyd Elston homes at Algona. Registration for No, 4 Ration books were held at the school house Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Vera Struthers, Mrs. Roy Enockson and Mrs. James Struthers were in charge. The Ottosen Progressive club •net at the home of Mrs. Art Tabor Thursday afternoon. Scripture was read by the hostess. Pledge, Allegiance to the Flag. Song, 'Long Long Ago" and' ''Till We Meet Again" were sung. Mrs. G. I. Vandenberg and Mrs. Paul Nasby joined as new members. Visitors were Mrs. M. Coyle, Mrs. 11. Telford, Mrs. Paul Nasby ami icr mother. home of Mrs. Koestler's sister, Mrs. Bill Hansen, at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Serdahl and family, Mason City, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Ser- dahl's mother, Mrs. Fred Howard. Caroline Hasse and Lorcna Riebhoff, who are students at at Forest Cit.v, end here with Waldorf college spent the week their parents. Corp. Verne Lovstad arrived home Friday on a 25 day sick leave. He had been in a hospital at Atlanta, Ga., for several week* recovering from malarial fever which he took while stationed near the equator in Brazil. Mrs. Jay D. Graham returned Sunday from Denver, Colo., where she had made a several weeks' visit with relatives. Mr, and Mr.-; John Emmert brought her over from Mason City. Mr. and M/a 31enn Graham, Bode, also speui Sunday at the Graham home. Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, M. Y. Franchised Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Fort Dodge DOAN SOLDIER BROTHERS MEET FOR SHORT VISIT Doan; If Lloyd Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hansen, had [ left for Sioux City, Iowa, a half hour earlier on Thursday he would have missed seeing his brother Louis who just returned from Camp Cook, San Francisco, where he received an honorable discharge because of a physical ailment. Lloyd who is attending an aviation school in Sioux City, had a 3 day furlough and was ready to leave to catch a train enrou'.e back to camp. Louis reports lie was on the verge of being sent overseas, his baggage having been shipped, when he was given his discharge. A new outfit of clothps had to be given him. the home of Mrs. Steinke's aunt, Mrs. Wm. J. Martinek. .' Roger Larson, 46on of >Mr. anal Mrs. L. B. Larson, who is in a medical corps stationed iri Florida, came home this week for a visit, the first in nearly a year. Harley, who had been home more recently, is stationed at an air base In Ohio. c end were in Waterlog Jast weefe attending the Open Bible conference. Sunday visitors at the Pavid rarrow home were Mr, «nd Mrs. Hilton Farrow and J£»ry men of Mr. , ind , Mrs, Edw. pi Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Asa were Sunday evening callers at the ,Wm. Cosgrove home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Amunsen, Algona, were Sunday supper guests ^at the Martinek home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz and Evelyn Bode of Algona were visitors at the A. J. Martinek home Sunday evening. Doan W. S. C. S. will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Pete Hansen on Nov. 4. Mrs. Ross Buffington is assisting hostess. Mrs. Tom Ellefson went to Mason City at week ago where she underwent. a major'- operation on Wednesday at the Mercy hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Art Steinke and baby, Hartley, came Saturday and visited until Sunday afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer visited Mr. Meinzer's sisters at Fort Dodge Sunday. Myron Chipman, Ames, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman. Opal Meier and John De Wall spent the week end with Mr. DeWall's parerfts at St. Jamss, Minn. Glee Bullock arrived Sunday from Farragut, Idaho, where he had been in training at the naval training school there. Mr. and Mrs. John Koestler were Sunday dinner guests at the WUViVdWVVVV.V.VU'AV.V. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against -loss or dumage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. Sausage calces with applesauce! Delicious, old-fashioned favorite Pure ... and Fresh Daily) Get Star Pork Sausage for Finest Flavor Hete'i the dish that's welcome for any meal at «ny time! Old-fiubioned »»u- t*ge cajfe», crop and delicioiuly flavorful, served with green •pple*»uce! AM} what wonjerfijj flavor aqd ten- derneii you get when you chooie Armour'* Star Pork Stufage! It'i the outage that j« nude fre*h daily of fine pun pork , , . delicately teuoncd with fttgrant *pte*. Not too much tc**oo< ing . , . but j W the ritft amount for flavorful enjoyment! Became &*r Pork Sausage U made prc-vidci Star Pwk 8<ra*ag* Pott** wilh Gma AppUxrac* i Jb. SUrPure Park Svuifr (Thcllb.txUophaaeroU'iamvenknttobuy) 7-8 mind, fiat pattle* from Sauiue. FIT afcwly for 15 12 or riimc* to (mure even . Offtat i«to« snail container it**, Jn center of cbopj>late To inak« »j»J«(Mi peel 2 lot, tarfmti w«ter,cpT«r and cook Sum tbroufb dew or cup*u«»rtq3brt(«te* •Mp «t W«iMJ;WHfj Mt*tiM>t B imson of Elmore, Minn, The senior <4a?s,of Qr«nt , hpol, with their superintendent, V/A. B«rrett. motored t® Fa!?* m b«V« thja'r B w&s done in _—T ~=; l -=-?( *"»T '* »' s '"s r "iff ^" *^ "»*'»"^ ^BJ lj« i ojrffflOMi, In the aftejwiaa viw&.&wM ?&m P< tar ..-4ft ±-— IBK TW,^™^(B* ^f,,W^%^,;-;-,.;., , f liiyUbfe;^^"«fe^>&l , » wealth ofwlM>|eK>m«,ni»rrjti<}u»good- fteai la every mortell R»f pork is the rich** of aJHneats in Vitamin B,. Here's Mother r«»»on for having Stwt rk Sww^eofteatThs pan drippingi help «*«d» jrow fbortening r«- tofli, They make fl«vorfi»J rich cream raw* . , . <w w*y he po^fd over v«fr «f!^ fa) ptastf !&*«,,. or *it«i W shortening jn, bj^uJd wp j e to fry eggtt gt podges j»««WOf,tMi Strufragw MAW WMH IVWf DJW STORES YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29 AND 30 HOT MUFFIN HALLOWE'EN OFFICIAL DATE SATURDAY. OCT. 30 1 Mothers are clad to arrange for m Jolly Hallo- we'en party to keep youngsters oat of mischief. . . . This year, because of the War, It will be necessary to deviate somewhat from the time- honored refreshments. . . . Our most complete stocks in the middle-west make Council Oak the logical place to select foods for a war-time' Hallowe'en party. PEANUT BUTTER BANCO fellow POPCORN 10% .lie Per Lb. CADET Soft Shell WALNUTS 35c SUPERB, 12-01. Jar MORNING LIGHT, 2-Pound Jar SUPERB PEANUT KRUSH, 16-oz. Jar.... 240 520 300 SUPERB RED CHERRIES. o»8c Superb Stuffed Olives *«•»>» 24c Acorn Squash CA I Rutabagas Fer Pound VV I Waxed. Ib. ... BOBBING APPLES Fancy Western Grown ' Delicious Winesaps ona Jonathan , «f ^^ ( Assorted sizes. The price is ^L ^J for all one kind or assorted. DWABFIE8 POPPED WHEAT mi.LEH'8 Wheat Flakes Fkl TELLOW CORN MEAL S& . sm>Enn • Rolled Oats Sk .. Victory Fack Young Carrots Pound . ..5c Eatmor Cranberries Pound . .2Sc CLAPP'S BABY FOOD Wheat Cereal and Inst. Oatmeal EIBST PRIZE Mealy Beans Macaroni KRAFT CHEESE DINNERS, Pkg. 9c SUPERB EVAP. MBLK, Tall Can .......9c STGY SOY FLOUR, A Lb. Pound Pkg., I4e Pkg. WKBTE CORN . No, 2 Can I Ic TOMATOES, No. 2 Can I3 12 c NANCY ANN "Enriched" BREAD The most food value at the lowest cost is found in Nancy Ann "Enriched" Bread. Our Government Recommends That We "Eat More Bread" as a Wartime Measure Large 24 Oz. (|£ Pound) Loaf lie MA BROWN BREAD 24 °S& I5c TRY TAG-CUT For rich mellow flavor, delishtful aroma and "more cups per Ib." JAR 30c Exchange the empty bags for 22 carat Gold Pattern Dishes. 29c CLDB ALUMINUM CLEANER TAKES THE PLACE OF STEEl WQ01 tx-oz. COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS There is good nutrition in air HAMBURGER *** PICKLED PIUS FEET, 9*1, Jar ....... ,,,.,, |5c SLICED PORK LIVER, Pound ........ ! . 9fi OUT LUNCH HERRING, Pints ........ ...... .24p HEAD CHEESE, Pound .,, ............. ,,..!i5 ii'"»'v»».M« f MOJD 1EEF LIVER, P««nd .,,»,,.,,,,,,,. .330 ffffiK. MHSI'J'S 1 " 1 V "" • • . ........ «f FANCY SLICED BACON, Pound ... , . , tu ; M . , 4 J|J SAUSAGE Pound ,..33c raw fff M DC NIK FKT SPARE ftt W..'-' 9clg,..»lc ^W ! 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