Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1933 · Page 2
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*AGE TWO *088tiTH COttNtt AbVAKCB. AIXIO No Matter What Car You Plan to buy in 1933 You owe it to Yourself to see AND DRIVE the new 8-cylinder 75 Horsepower 112" Wheelbase FORD 11 Beautiful Body Types $490 and Up F. O. B. Detroit This is the roomiest and Most Powerful FORD CAR Ever Built Call or Phone for a demonstration without obligation Kent Motor Co. Phone 434 Algona • Iowa Specials Presh Mackeral cooked ready to serve per can Cooked Corned Beef No. 1 can Wafer Sliced Dried 4 A«* Beef, 2i/o oz. jar I UC •Minced Ham 4 CM per pound I 9C Mild Cured Summer Sausage, Ibv Post's Bran Flakes per package Sugar Puff Marshmallows, per Ib. Sum-R-Aid Nectar, 5c bottle makes 1-2 gallon, 25c bottle makes 4 gallons. Frute Gel .per package Pork and Beans, Ige. 4 Aj« No. 2i/o can J_ I UC 19c 15c 6c Country Gentleman 4 A 4% Corn, No. 2 can ___-_ I UC Raisins 4-lb. package Pure Cider Vinegar per gallon Block Salt A 9 «% per block __ 4OC Sweet Potatoes 4 A*% large No. 2i/o can __ I UC Apple Butter 1 Q«% 32-oz. jar I %JC Superb Amber Syrup 4 A«* 10-lb.' pail 4«JC POWDERED SILK MRS.OODDEN, PIONEER BURT WOMAN, DEAD Burt, July 11—'Funeral servibes for Mrs. Elva Godden, who died suddenly of heart trouble at her son Roy's, Fairmont, Saturday, will be held at the Presbyterian church here this week Tuesday, -the Rev. S. H. Aten in charge, and burial will be made here. Mrs. Godden's maiden name was Eva Jane Kinnamon, and she was born March 16, 1®64, in Wisconsin. As a child she came with her parents to Iowa and lived on a farm near ILone Rock, where she spent her girlhood. On June 24, 1882, she was married to "William Godden, Burt. .Five children were born, all of whom survive: Mrs. Luella .keeper and'Bert, 'Lone Rock; Jay, Bancroft; Roy; and Mrs. Anna Olson, Burt. She is also survived by 17 grandchildren and eight great- grandchildren. Three brothers, Charles Kinnamon, Nebraska, and Frank and Al, Kansas, and one sister, Mrs. (Lizzie Saltz, LaCrosse, Wis., also survive. Her husband died December 31, 1931, since which she had lived with her children. Rebekah Officers Are Installed— Officers were installed by the Re- bekahs last Thursday evening: Mrs. C. L. Holding, N. G.; Mrs. C. B. Chipman, V. G.; Mrs. Gerald Brace, secretary; Esther Olson, treasurer; Mrs. Tom Trenary, warden; Mrs. J. P. Stow, conductor; Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, O. G.; Mrs. J. H. Schroeder, I. G.; Selina Clifton, R. S. to N. G.; Esther Bahling, L,. S. to N. G. Lottie Hawcott, R. S. to V. G. Mrs. G. E. Brace, 'L. S. to V. Mrs. J. H. Graham, chaplain. Former Alponlans Visit Here- Mrs. Frank Warner, Des Moines, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wilson, Long Beach, Calif., came .ast Thursday to visit the Al Staehles. Mrs. Warner goes home :his week Tuesday with Mrs. P. T. Xriethe and the latters daughter )Ugenia, leaving Mr. and Mrs. Wilson for a longer visit. Attend 0. F. Home Picnic- Mr, and Mrs. Carl Bahling, Esther Bahling, Esther Olson, the E. H. Staleys, the L. V. Bush family, and E. O. Chipman and his daughter Vera attended an I. O. O. F. picnic at Mason City Sunday. Pastor Off for Vacation— The Rev. J. E. Clifton and his •family left Monday for a several weeks vacation. They will visit a nephew at Chicago and attend the world's fair, and will also visit relatives in Indiana. D. F. Slaughter's Mother 111— 'D. F. Slaughter was called to Independence Monday by news that nis mother was sick. G. P. Hawcott helped at the Farmers eleva- ;or during his absence. Mrs. J. H. Graham Has Fall—• Mrs. J. H. Graham fell down her basement steps last week Wednesday. No bones were 'broken, tout she suffered severe bruises. St. Joe Beats Maple . Lawn in Tight Game John Fuhrmans Heard From— A letter was received one day last week by Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhrman, Sr., from their son Josph, Chicago. He is now manager and janitor of a large apartment Duilding. The Fuhrmans formerly lived on the place now occupied by Adolph Fuhrman. Road .Crew at Work— A Humboldt county road crew directed by .Glenn Brodale has fin- shed straightening and widening :he corner at the Charles Brown farm three miles south of St. Joe, and is now grading and widening the road from No. 196 to the Harold T. Hule farm. Loses Appendix on Fourth- Mary (Mertz was taken to the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital, where she had an operation for appendi- Clora Shaw Has Operation— Clara Shaw was operated on Wonday at Lewis Larsen's for removal of a tumor. Quickly removes oil, paint, grease, stains, printers'ink, ground- in dirt, etc, from the hands. CLEANS BATHTUBS,! VASH BOWLS BET- I ER AND QUICKER. J 90S SALE BY MOST DEALERS MACHINE BOLLS AT THE ADVANCE Other Burt News. P .L. 'Dremmel and his sons Ray and Paul left Friday for Aurora, 111., to visit the Floyd Dremmels. attend the world's fair, and -bring home Mrs. P. L. 'Dremmel, who has been visiting at Aurora several weeks. Esther Toebben, employed at Chicago, arrived Saturday to visit her mother, and l^ulu Hawcott, who had spent a few days with her and attended the world's fair, came with her. Mr. and Mrs. William Covell and Mrs. Jesse Staley, Onalaska, Wis., attended Mrs. H. L. Reynold's funeral last week and visited several days at E. H. Staley's. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Schwarz and the Melvin Johnsons, all of Anvboy, Minn., were visitors Sunday at the Rev. L. Richmann's. They are relatives of Mi's. Richmann. Verna 'Stewart spent last week Wednesday and Thursday at the Okobojis with four girls from Washington. All were college chums at Cedar Falls. The Gordon Frenches, Wayne Pa., arrived Saturday to visit Mrs French's father, Dr. W. T. Peters, and with Mr. Trench's relatives at Algona and Jitonka. The Robert Grahams, Algona spent Sunday at J. G. Bewick's, and Raymond Housour went home with them to work at J. T. Graham's this week. • Mr. and Mrs. Harold Graham, Mr, and Mrs. Ed Nysven, and Allan Graham, all of Des Moines, were over-the-Fourth visitors at J. H, Graham's. Lloyd Elston returned to his work at Wellman Monday, after a week here with his family. He is conservator of two "Wellman banks, . Everett, 17-year-old son of Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Shlpler, Algona was operated on for appendicitis Sunday at Lewis Larson's. iMr. and Mrs. Edw. Thaves and Mrs. Louise Schmitt left Monday for Blue River, Wis., for a week with relatives. The Archie Hansens, Ottosen spent Sunday at L. H. Schenck's, Mr. Hansen and Mrs. Schenck are cousins. ILois Graham is at the Methodist camp at the Okobojis, attending an Epworth League institute. The Lutheran Sunday school held its annual picnic in the George Koestler grove Sunday. Opal Schrader got home last Thursday from Minneapolis, where she visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Vogel" spent part of last week with relatives at Boniila, S. D. The Methodist W. H. M. S. have charge of morning services next Sunday. Mrs. Etta Clark, Claypool, Ind., arrived Friday. She formerly lived here. Charles Larsen was taken sick Friday night and is confined to bed. Burt Post to Celebrate. Burt, July 11—'Knoll Post plans a celebration Thursday, July 20. Ball games and other amusements will be provided. St. Joe, July 11—A large crowd saw the St. Joe Cardinals defeat the fast Mapile Lawn nine, W>, here Sunday. Working hard In the pinches-behind the excellent pitching of A. Klein, the Red Birds held the visitors to a 4-4 tie from the third inning to the eighth, when the locals scored two runs. This lead was threatened in the ninth) -hut good hurling retired the visitors with a man on third. The battery for St. Joe was Alvtn Klein and Eugene Thul. George Thul, St. Joe and Chris Olson, Maple Lawn, were umpires, -Next Sunday the Cardinals will again play, at home,' meeting Ollie Nelson's Llvermore Cubs. Neighbors Picnic on Fourth- There was a neighborhood picnic at Peter , Halsrud's, on the Fourth. Every family took sandwiches and a covered dish. Ice cream was served. Attending: the William Boldrldge's, the Vern Barkers, the H. Karels, 'Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Metzen, 'Ernest and Lee McConnell, Wilbur Metzen, and Mr. and Mrs. White, Des Moines, 'friends of the Boldridges. The afternoon was spent at kittenball. Jos. Kramnr Suffers Wound— While Joseph Kramar was cutting oats Saturday the seat on his binder -broke and he fell on an oil ;an which pierced one of his legs between knee and hip. The wound bled profusely, and he was taken to Doctor Janse, Algona, where a shot for lockjaw was administered. LOTTS CREEK CHURCH FEST HELD SUNDAY ILotts Creek, July 11—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Whittemore, daughter Edna, and Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast, daughter Arlene, Alma Bast, Mrs. August Huenhold, and Mrs. Frank Teitz, all of Algona, visited at Richard Potratz's Sunday and attended a mission festival at the Lotts Creek Lutheran church People from Fairville, Fenton, Whittemore, and Burt also attended. The forenoon service was largely attended, but in the afternoon the church was filled. A collection for missions was taken up at both services, and,the young women's-choir sang two selections. The Rev. Otis Lang, Estherville, the Rev. and Mrs. Hans Wagner, Terrill, and a son, 1 the Rev. .Richard W. Kabelitz, Fenton, and his family, and the 'Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner, Algona, were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene, and the two pastors first named delivered the sermons. citis on the Fourth. Her' brother Conrad and his wife, accompanied by Mrs. Joseph Stattelman, drove to Fort Dodge Saturday to see her. Friendly Club Met Te««ert»jr— The Friendly club meets this week Wednesday at Mrs. Chester Schoby's; Mrs. J. B. McNeil!, assisting hostess; Mrs. Armor Lemkee and Mrs. John Bockes in charge of entertainment. 4-H Girls' Club Meets— The 4-H Girls' club meets this week Wednesday at Peter Halsrud's; Mrs. Vern Barker, leader. Plans for Achievement day will be laid. Fanners Harvesting Oats- Oat cutting is in full swing, and from remarks from some of the farmers.the crop will not be good Other St. Joe. The John Fabers, West Bend, the Charles Hoffmans, and Nick Will- gers, Algona, Hubert O'Brien, Whittemore, Sylvia Thllges, Theresa Miller, the John Frideres family, Peter Thilges, and the Nick Fisches family spent Sunday evening with the Victor Frideres family. •Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Holtzbauer, Algona, were Sunday afternoon guests of the latter's mother, Mrs. Edw. Hammer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klnkade, West Bend, were Saturday afternoon guests of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and Clarence Kramer returned last week Wednesday from Minnesota, where they had visited relatives. Mrs. Becker's little brother Francis' came with them for a short visit. Theodore Schroeder, Wesley, his daughter Margaret, Mrs. Glen Francis, Corwith, and the Nick Schroeders, Pierce, Minn., spent a short time Monday at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's. Clarence and Agnes Wiltgen came home Sunday from Salem and Sioux Falls, S. D., where they visited relatives. •Mr. and Mrs. William .Haglind ate dinner on the iFourth with the John Satern's Bode. •Raymond, Viola, and iRosella Mueller, Whittemore, spent Sunday here. Matt Haus, New Hampton, spent the Fourth here. and Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hintz, Algona, were guests at the home of their son Herman, and all attended mission services here. eacher and Mrs. H. W. Behnke, Whittemore, were guests of Teacher and Mrs. William Schmiel Sunday, and attended mission services here. Mr. Behnke played the pipe organ for the afternoon service. Rueben Luedtke, Worthington, Minn., spent the Fourth with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Luedtke. He works 'in a graveling crew. Doloris Potratz and Marie Heller returned to Richard Potratz's Saturday after a week with their aunt, Mrs. Arhur Geilenfeld, Lu Verne. Next Sunday morning there will be a German service at Lutheran church here. •Martin, son of H. F. Meyer, is sick. , Birthday Celebrated Sunday- Mr, and Mrs, Herbert Potratz visited at Henry Schultz's, Whittemore, Sunday evening, and helped Mrs. George Schultz celebrate her 30th birthday. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, daughter Dorothy, son Ellsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kucker, Mr. arid Mrs. Erwin Kucker, the George Maahs family, and Rosella, Evelyn, Elnora, Harold, and Raymond Voigt, all of Whittemore. t v . Family Reunion at West Bend— The Edward Kuckers attended a family reunion Sunday afternoon at Henry Wichtendahl's, West Bend. Other guests were Teacher and Mrs. Werner Sieras, Evansville, Ind., the George Siems family, Fenton, the Herman Haacks, Fairville, Mrs. Chris Siems, Whittemore, and Esther and Erwin Siems. Attend Picnic at Lu Verne— The William Wetzels and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz attended a church picnic at Lu Verne July 4, and the Potratzes also visited Herbert's aunt, Mrs. Arthur Geilenfeld, Lu Verne, that evening. Other guests there were the Max Basts, David Ristau, and Mrs. Ernstine Bast and her daughter Alma. Picnic Dinner at Boettcher's— Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz, daughters Caroline and Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace, daughter Gloria Ann, Mrs. Mary Mittag, daughter Adella Edna, Alvin Potratz, Ernest Wallace, and Fritz Lorina, Loretta, and Luella Meyer attended a picnic dinner at Fred Boettcher's on the Fourth. To Teach at Charter Oak- Elsie Meyer, who is spending a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Meyer, has accepted a call to Charter Oak to teach in a Lutheran school. Lutheran Aid Meets Today— The Aid meets this week Thursday afternoon, 2:30, at the Lutheran school hall. Mrs. Frank Pompe will be hostess. Other Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes at tended a picnic dinner at their daughter Mrs. Everett Dreyer's on the Fourth. Other guests were the Alfred Schmitts. Union township Paul Eigler, the Arthur Krauses »nd Mrs. Minnie Dreyer, Fenton, the Arthur Hengles, Fairville, and Elsie Kohlwes, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Liesener and Mrs. Kain, Algona, were guests of the 'Herman. Reisners Sunday, Four Corners LON SP ER MAK ICKERS FOURTH N 5 VISITS .Lone Rocjc, July 11—Many 'Lone Rockers were away for the Fourth. Spending the day at Lost Island were Verne Dacken, the I* J. Hoi* Hsters, Margaret Gladstone, and the V. V. Fryes; at Hand's (Part, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, the Rev. S. -M. Gladstone, son 'Robert, the J. tM. Blanchards, itjhe Jack Quinns, the Edward Ferris family, Sam Orvick, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Baring, and Oscar's sister, Mrs. Max Reick, Campus, 111., with her daughter Alvera, The James Ackermans, Frank Flalgs, Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, and the latter's sons, were guests of the. Robert Ackefinans, east of Burt. Mrs. Margaret Davison, son Joseph, daughter Georgette and ILa Vonne. Storck, Mason City, were guests of the IA >R.v (Rodericks, ,last week Monday, and with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt spent the Fourth at Tuttle Lake. Imogene (Roderick went to Mason City with the visitors for a visit. The Alex Radlgs, the William Fuerstenaus, and the Fred (Haacks were Fourth guests of the Emil Laabs family. Kruegers in Family Reunion— A Krueger reunion was held last week Tuesday at the Charles Morris -home. Attending: the William Kruegers, Atwater, Minn.; the Albert Kruegers, Fairmont; Mrs. Henry Manus, daughter, Mrs. Lillian Seigler, son Ernest Krueger, and daughter Ruth, all of Burt; Vera Morris, Ames; the Jay God- dens and the Lawrence Zweifels, Seneca; the William and iP. M. Christensons. S. S. Class Has a Partr— Mrs. A. A. Krueger entertained her Sunday school class at a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park Friday, and they had a swimming party at the Algona pool. Attending: Mary Ann Flaig, Delina Rogers, Dorjlsl Sanders, Grace Newbrough, Juanita Wegener, Marian Jensen, Betty and Shirley Marlow, Ruth Whitehill, and Lucille Rath. Beulah Gladstone accompanied the party. Music Demonstration Given— The Mite Society met last Thurs-. day with Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. N. L. Cotton assisting, and 28 persons attended. Mrs. W. G. 'Flaig gave an educational demonstration on appreciation of music, using the story of the opera and illustrating with the William Tell overture. The next meeting will toe with Mrs. E. M. Jensen. wick, accompanied them. . , " Barbara Newman, De« MoWeiv visited her niece, Mr*, Wlllw&j Flscher.'Frlday and Saturday, jhd Saturday Mrs. Fischer, soil ftel* mar, Barbara Newman,- and Mrs. Fischer's granddaughter, Mary Ann Horner, visited the Charles Fischers, Swea City* Mrs. Agnes McBrlde had as guest last week her daughter and the latter's husband, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Speed, Waterloo, Mrs. McBride and her son Bernard took them home Sunday. •Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Prlebe returned last week Wednesday from an over-the-Fourth visit with Mrs* Priebe's parents at Decorah. Her brother Merton came with them for an extended visit. ' . Marie Sanders and Elsie and Walter Werk, all of Pasadena, Cal., arrived Sunday to visit, the R. L. Padgetts and William' Krauses. Miss Sanders Is a cousin of Mrs. Padgett- Alma Madison, R. N., who had been taking care of Mrs. H. J. Felkey, Armstrong, six and a half weeks, came home/Saturday. Mrs. Felkey died that day. Fred Genrich and his son Maln- ard, drove to Rockwell City Saturday and Mr. Genrich attended a business meeting of rural letter carriers. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rosendahl, Superior, came last Thursday to visit Mrs. Rosendahl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Krause. (Donald Blanchard, student at the Teachers college, Cedar Falls, spent .the week-end at the parental J. M. Blanchard's. •Mr. and Mrs. (Richard Gibson, Clinton, visited last week Wednesday and Thursday at the Arthur Priebe's. Catherine Mae and Ruth .Ellen Householder spent last week wltk their aunt, Ellen Wolfe, Whittemore. Orpha McLennan and' Glenn Truex, of Greene, visited the Glenn Sharps last week Wednesday. The Busy Friday club meets this week Friday with Mrs. H. J. Rice; Mrs. Alex Krueger, hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Marian Blanchard were Sunday dinner guests of the Roy Eichhorns, Elmore. . . H. J. Rice repaired cable for the Bell telephone company at Corwlth last week Wednesday. • The William Kruegers, Atwater, Minn., spent last week Monday at Jay Godden's. ; The (Robert Murrays, Spencer, spent the Fourth at Charles Bierle's. The William Raths had as Sunday guests the Carl Madsens, Eagle Grove. Mrs. W. J. Cotton spent Friday wrth Mrs. M. H. Schloeman, Esther- vine. iBenny Murray, Detroit, is visiting his mother, Mrs. William Murray. The M. & D. club meets this week with Mrs. Alice Ditsworth. and roll call will be answered with humorous remarks of children. A ihildren's musical program will be given. This will be the first meeting of the new club year. The Edward Riches and the Marvin Hansens, Britt, were at John Wilson's, Whittemore, for the Fourth. The Pern Hulings, Britt, and the Aeijelt Myers family, Ringsted, were dinner guests at J. P. Nickerson's. 'Mr. and Mrs. George Koerner, Kempton, 111., Mrs. Charles Reeves, Ligonier, Ind., and Evelyn Nickerson spent last week Wednesday at Lost Island lake fishing. "The Lewis iLowmans Jr., and Mildred Robinson spent the Fourth there. The George Koerners, Mrs. Lillie Moffet, and Mrs. Charles .Reeves, who had been visiting the Nieker- sons, left last Thursday for Jeffers, Minn., to visit the Paul Imms. Mrs. Koerner, Mrs. Moffet, Mrs. Reeves, and Mrs. Imm are sisters of J. P. Nickerson. •Barbara Jane and Duane De Muth, niece and nephew of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Robinson, have been here two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schmeling are parents of an 8%-lb. daughter, born Sunday. Mrs. Schmeling was Grace Witham, and they live on the Allie Brown farm. Mrs. Howard Witham is caring for mother and babe, who has been named Patricia Lou. The Howard Withams attended a family dinner at Austin Witham's, Algona, Sunday in honor of Mrs. Witham's and Harriet Vining's birthdays. Quilting Bee Given Friday- Mrs. R. >L. Padgett entertained at a quilting bee Friday afternoon. Attending: Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Mrs. N. iL. Cotton, Mrs. Glenn Sharp and Mrs. W. G. Flaig. In the evening the Mesdames Otis Sanders, Frank Flaig, Fred Genrich, Alex Krueger, J. M. Blanchard, Jack Quinn, and Edward -Ferris attended. Ten Attend Slumber Party- June Bierle entertained at a slumber party Friday night. Attending: Berneyce Roderick, Lola Marlow, Kathryn Stebritz, Evelyn and Dorothy Bierstedt, Margaret Householder, Grace Newbrough, Dottia and Betty Murray, Spencer, and Lola Warner, Fenton. Three Birthdays Celebrated — •Mr. and Mrs. p» M. Christenson entertained the Carl Paetzes, Sexton, at a birthday dinner last Thursday evening. Mr. Paetz, Mrs. Christenson, and Jack Tibbets, employee of the Christensons, had birthdays on the same day. York Teacher Home — Pearl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Hanna who teaches at New York City, arrived one day last week. She sloped at Chicago, to attend the Century of Progress Exposition. She will return to New York in September. Russell Dacken Has Operation — iRussell Dacken, employed at Algona, had an operation for hernia at the home of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Dacken, south of town, last week Wednesday. Leona Bierstedt was nurse. ' Oilier Lone Bock. The Otis Sanders family got home Tuesday shrdjlu Suhtef sh home last week Tuesday from two weeks in southern Indiana and Illinois. They also attended the Century of Progress 1 at t Chicago. Mrs. Sanders' sister," Eva Helmke, Ren- Before Taking That Vacation Trip get Aetna Accident Tickets. Full coverage at low cost. We have them on hand at all times. H. N. KRCBE DiSCBANCE AGENCY Telephone 125 Algona, Iowa FOR SERVICE Dry Cleaning Get your Clothing Cleaned, Repaired and Pressed. Hats Cleaned and Reblocked See us now about having those necessary repairs made on your Furs before the Fall rush. Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 687 15c per can No. 2i/ 2l Size APRICOTS PEARS PEACHES LOWS FOOD «HOP CARS Are Going U BUY NOW! M"' ' '<' ' 1932 Ford Coupe 1932 Ford Tudor 1931 Chevrolet Coach 1931 Ford Sedan —TERMS- Phone 454 AUTHORIZED Algont, — Safe, PUT INTO YOUR REFRIGERATOR will refrigerate your food properly. Ice will noti out your food. Ice keeps, food in its original ta condition, and keeps meats and vegetables just L actly right. Use plenty of real ice. It is inexpensj and economical—no expensive equipment. Algona Ice Cream ai Candy Factory Phone 270 Algona, loi STATEMENT OF THE Iowa State Bank ALGONA, IOWA June 89, 1933 RESOURCES Cash or its Equivalent-- ' < United States Bonds .......... • State and Municipal Bonds .....I " Fl^tr"? DUeTfr0m B " ta ........... — * irst Mortgage Loans on Improved Real Estate Loans to Customers .............. _ ...... '"""' Overdrafts __________ --- — -^ --- -• -<•-Poor Fund Warrants ___IIII~ ....... " '""'""" Banking House and Fixtures ...... -——__-,.__ Stock in Federal Reserve Bank" ' .......... 00 $1,428,061,9* 86,535.50 219,441'.65 None 4,148.22 21,500.00 3,000.00 |1,762,«86,4« Capital Stock Surplus __ LIABILITIES Deiiosus MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM OFFICERS $ 50,000.00 50,000.00 19,200.72 4,000.00 *'. A ' WBTB President if, L . *. L. McMAHON, Ass't Cashier President

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