Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1939 · Page 2
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State Phone 798 PAINT AND VARNISH ECONOMY — is not based on the price per gallon but on the amount of surface each gallon will cover and on the number of years of satisfactory service. r.l You get your money's II worth when buying Pratt & Lambert House Paint. The price per gallon may be a bit higher, but the cost per square foot applied is lower. It costs less than cheaper paints because it spreads farther and lasts longer. Pratt & Lambert House Paint withstands the extremes of weather; it sheds dirt and retains its Iresh, clean appearance for a long time. P RATT & LAM BERT PAINTANU VARNISH Fct the outside of the house, (or the interior walls, floors and furniture, there «s « Pratt & Lambert paint or varnish especially designed Io insure the utmost in beauty, durability and economy. We ctrry tr«rytn/ng ntcoW for your ftintiog requirement*. Whtthtr it't « wAele kouit 01 iuit « in*// (lair, we { li«// be fltti « J to fry* inforaution tnJ on any ptfatfaa ptobltm. COWAN BUILDING SPLTCO, 110 So. Dod<« Stre«t Celling Weddings Result in Social Activities , WED TO JAMES REYNOLDS, SWEA CITY TWO SHOWERS PLANNED FOR WESLEY BRIDES Wesley, June 19—Cards are out announcing a miscellaneous shower for Lucille HHdman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman, Wednesday afternoon. She will bej ""The"couple" was'"attended by married June 27 to Delmar Pom-, Dorls McDonald as bridesmaid, and merening, son of Mr. and Mrs.'Arnold Soever as best man. Patsy, _-., ~ „.„- ... Charles Pommerening, Algona. He colwell and •Dianne Schaap were sou as hostess. _.«„_„*.«„ „ r~^Vi n M «1 In mi «i«tl/1** I .. - _ _ _ - _. I , Ledyard,: June 19—A pretty .church wedding took place last Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock when Dorothy Colwell, daughter of .Floyd Colwell, of Ledyard, was .married to James Reynolds, Swea .City, at the Sacred Heart church. .The ceremony-,was performed by the Rev. Father Maynard. Grant high school. The bridegroom also Is a Grant graduate. MetJiodlst Aid Xe«t«— The Methodist Aid met in the church basement Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Aeilt Troff and Mrs. Glenn Burrows as hostesses. Devotions were led by Mrs. George Thompson. There will be no meeting the first week in July and the next regular .meeting will be j July 21 with Mrs. Edward Halver- operates a Chatnplin Oil station there. Cards are out announcing a mis- flower girls. Joseph' and William McDonald served mass. The bride wore a floor-length. cellaneous shower for Dorothy wn i te i ace dress and veil, and a >'<>uns people accompanied the Attend League CoarenUoi— Tuesday evening a group of Ward, youngest daughter of Mr. corsage o f , roses x ne brides- Rev - Mr - Hammer to Britt to at- Saturday. .She will become the fon dreBS w!th a , arge plcture na t! rally. Don bride of Sam 'Hagg', Algona, 'in'tthe.vjtfd'a -corsage of , tea -ifosesX Theii 011 • th ' e , .pro ««•*.. •Tn4iiMn f • ' «... ... P* 1-..!«.. ' T_TWl-.< .bridegroom and best .light' r gray suits. and Mrs. George Ward, this week maid wore a floor-length pink chif-1 tend toe district Epworth League " J — *"- -'" " "" ' Donald Looft sang a solo __ MI . .program,^ accompanied by inan"' wore j 1 Alvina : H81vorS6H:' Those' who werit ,-. 0 .^ „„..„. " were Donald and Beulah Looft, and The flower girls wore pink and| Al vina and Marvel Halvorson. ^ Other Ledjard News. After the'ceremony the bridal' Ml> - and Mrs - Glen Behse and Maxine went to Rudd a week ago and visited at Mr. 's sister Mrs. Wm. Hans. Mr. near future. Jlany Attend Dawso* Serfices— friends who Dawson Barber, Caponi, Mrs. Sweeney,-Mrs. Smith' SHOWER GIVEN AT FENTON FOR BRIDE-TO-BE Penton June 19—Bldora Strucck- cr was honoree at a shower last Thursday at Joe Madden's. THe afternoon was spent at games and giving advice and recipes to the bride. A two-course luncheon was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Lawrence Johannesen, of Bancroft, a sister of the honoree, and Lavon the-floral hall -at .,tL_ , iri -.^ , - , with the Plum ,,Cre«k' clttb 'as Ii6at SENECA Madden. Attending from Fenton were: Mesdames Freeman Johnson, John Homan, Fred Brown, Albin Nelson, George Charlston, and Bmll Bler- stedt, and Adelia Thompson, Margery Brown, Vivian Voigt, Esther Bierstedt, Mildred "Wilberg, Mrs. itterman Stru^cker, Marie and'Vi- ola. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Locke and. son Darrell, of East Chain, spent last week Tuesday evening at If- vin Classen's. A miscellaneous shower was given for Eldora Struecker at Joe Madden's Thursday afternoon. She will become the bride of Harold Nielsen In the near future. Mrs. Cecil Bailey and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill were at Fort Dodge Friday. Ruby Paulsen spent last week Tuesday at Irvln Classen's. A number of Seneca young folks enjoyed a skating party at Armstrong Thursday evening. that Mid InWfauc*) <*«n«iJ7 1« authorised to trtniicf tbe «hd colll.- lniur«a«« \A the garde IN^ -,-H'S re-' Poitcv- Insurance Department of Iowa Des Moines. AJTSTJAL CKRTIFtCATE FOB PUBLICATION of the DRUttolSTS 1 'MUTUAL INSURANCE . COMPANY OF IOWA, •Myrtle and Ruby Cherland, of. located at Algona, in the State of Burt; Vivian Madden, Armstrong; Iowa. and Miss Pingenot, Mrs. Rule, Mrs. Roderick, Mrs. Miss Roderick, and jMrs. Lloyd Sunde, Triumph, Minn.; Joyce Bassett, Swea City; Mrs. 'Earl Murray, Buffalo Center; Mrs. served at the Colwell home. The couple left in the afternoon for a! aud Mrs - Behse returned Wednes-' Charles re Mr Mrs. A. L. Dunlap, Lime Springs; Wm. Whitaker, Clarion; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dutton, Blue Earth; and Fred Dutton, Ledyard. Oregoniuns Visit Wesley— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gesme and Dorothy, of Eugene, Ore., and their .daughter, Mrs. Edw. Lucke and her and! two weeks, trip to New York City ' near Swea City. Dinner guests besides the bridal day, but Maxine remained for a longer visit. Mrs. H. D. Mayne and son James, Algona, went to Fort DodgeThurs-l Whereas, the above named company has filed ' in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn m^mMWAK I furtHe? certify i««i oft December 31,, 198$, the fttfttefcM'nt shows— 1st. Total . admitted Assets ——-a—$ 4,873,646.66 2d. Total Liabilities, •except Capital . i2j232.e4i6.S8 TRY THIS AMAMJffl ftEW KLKOTRKNK , i' Take advantage of the special money-saving offer now on at four dealer's! Try a bargain package of amazing EJLECTiRENE! Find out tor yourself how «Miy It is< to wash dishes bright and shiny, without streaks or film . . , how easjr It Is to get clothes snowy walte. . , how ensy it is to remove-dirt and grime from walls, woodwork, floors! ELSOTRENE la faiter, requires less work, and costs least TRY IT! (Jet KLKCTRKNK From Tow Favorite Dealer! mmi ime Alfred Bell, and Julia Haage, of ' statement s'howing its condition on Whittemore; Mrs. Albert Nelson,, the thirty-first day of December, Evelyn and Edna Elmers, Ring-|i938, in accordance with the pro- sled; aud Tilda Johannesen, Bancroft. party were: 'Floyd, Earl, and Eve-| day morning to meet Edith, who lyn Colwell, Ledyard; T. R. Mc-|was returning from a several days Carnille, Dorothy, Charles, and j visit at her uncle Martin Lo- Irene 'McCarville, Doris Leahr, all] gan's, at Winterset of Fort Dodge; Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap and son Don, Algona; Doris Reynolds, Mason City, Mrs. Car- Husband, Florence, Ore., visited ter, Mr. and Mrs. Arden Reynolds, Thursday and Friday at Mr. Ges-, .Wallace Reynolds, Dwight Dins- .me's sister," Mrsi'L.' L. Lease's, j more, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon West- visited relatives and cott, and Paul Gausman, all of numerous points in {Swea City. The bride is a 1338 graduate of held, and 80 were expected to attend this annual affair. They had friends at northern Iowa. They went to Han-| lontown from here, where on Sun-; '• ? a L a :_ G f S oT.. fa . lnil> :... r - e "° i ° 1 !- Wa . S ilast week. Mr. and Mrs. Cottrille, Cleveland, O. They are on their way to the World's fair in San .Francisco. Other We.sley News. ,' : Mrs. -Nils'lM. Johnson, of Alamo, ,Te'x., returned a''week ago Sunday .with . her ? daughter,'. Mrs. Benjamin Josephson; and her husband, of JBoone. Mrs. Jonnson had visited in Boone several days before com- Blrthday is Obcserred— Shirley Kouba, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fjf^nk Kouba Jr., was- six years old last week-Tuesday,--and ,her mother invited in a dozen little girls to help her ..celebrate. Rosalie Alne arid Sylvia Ann Gerdes assisted in the playing of games, and.Mrs. Ihno Gendes helped Mrs. Kouba serve the lunch on Kathryn, Geraldine, and Patrick Sullivan went to Whittemore a week ago Sunday to spend two Pastors arc Entertained— The Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner a week ago Monday evening ministers and their wives of the sub-district. Guests were Revs, and Mesdames William Bolie, of •n ccn. ti&u kjuiiurtj tv apctiu i,w« ' -_ . , *•« t *** A T^ week with their grandparents, Mr. j OraetUnger, Fred Ortmeyer, Es- and Mrs. Henry Fielder. | thervilleJ. S, Hutchings, of Arm- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Kelly were j strong Watsou Han-old, of Swea called to Fairmont Thursday! City, C L Day, Dolliver, and Rev. morning by the serious illness ofj j - c - Buthman. Algona. Mr. Kelly's mother. ,the lawn. Shirley received nianyi ln s to Wesley. She will stay in Jovely birthday gifts, and the little ] Wesley for the summer and fall pnes enjoyed a fishing pond where months. i Mr. and Mrs.' Henry Swanson, Mrs. Guy Dimond, Mrs. Otto Lar,son, Mrs. Arvin Freidow and daughter Pearl, returned to their each snared a prize. Take Surging Coarse— Mrs. Anthony Johnson, William, St. John's Aid Sews— Mrs. E. C. Fauerby's division of St. John's Lutheran Aid met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. R. W. Kabelitz. The afternoon was spent sewing articles for -their coming church sa.le.. 'Attending were Mesdames Art Mueller, Geo. Jentz, .Ed-w. Ohm, F. W. Jentz, A. •R; .Willrett, .Amos, Finnestad, Arnold-Klatt, and E. C. Fauerby. Guest T)ay is Planned— The Methodisl Aid met in the , church Friday afternoon. Plans finite Co., of Omaha, completed,in- we re made for the annual Guest stallation of Whittemore's munici- day Friday. The program commit- pal water softener early last week, I tee is Mrs. Lester Weisbrod, Mrs. and soft water was turned into the;\v. R. Wolfe and Mrs. George mains last week Monday evening. Boettcher. Lunch was served by The softener tank is a steel struc- the hostesses, Mesdames R. N. WHITTEMORE WATER SWEM HAS SOFTENER Whittemore, June 19—The Re- Lillian, Joe, and Bernadlne, and I .homes here and at Britt last week .Victor Mullin spent last week .Tuesday in Mason made arrangements City. Lillian Tuesday night. They had visited .relatives at Clement, N. D., and at to enter St. Alexandria, Minn. Joseph's Mercy hospital for a , The Rev. Arthur Bottom accom- course in nurses training. Her .panied John and Junior Bottom, ture 8-ft. in diameter and 14-ft. high. The water is pumped from the.well through this tank which Kyhl, O. R. Ranney, E. R. Schlei, and J. A. G. Smith. freshman year will be spent at the St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Sioux City. She expects to leave September 1. Return Home— .Douelle Erdman, Donna Haynw,' .Jean Bottom, Lavon Gerdes, and Madeline Erdman to Britt last .week Tuesday, where they attended an Epworth League convention. Vee Mullin and his son Thayer Mr. and Mrs. Everoul Loebig be-| aUended tne Register and Tribune gan housekeeping Wednesday in the rooms over Kleinpeter's store, .vacated several .weeks ago by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nash. The' rooms had all received new paint and paper. Mr. and Mrs. Loebig were .carriers' day in Des Moines a week ago Monday. Dwight Wagner, son .of. Mr. ; an,d Mrs; .Al; Wagner, also a"delivery boy, went to Des Moines .with a friend from Cortviht. Mrs. John 0. Mullin f of-Coi-with, ,-_.. ..... „„„ ju.o. j-^^u.j, rrv,iv-. airs, joon w. aiumn* oi-JUOrwiui, married'two-months'ago, and have igave birtti to 7 a boy,at the. Kossuth .with ; <Mrs. 'Loebig's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haverly. Picnic v Honors Halvorsons— • The Lester Larson, Olaf and Henry Funnemark, and Ole Flom families honored Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Halvorson gathering a week night before their at a picnic ago Monday departure for their home at Edgely, N. D., following their visit here since Decoration day. Try Minnesota Fishing- Mr, and Mrs. Alf Studer went to .hospital at Algona a week ago Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mullin farmed noi'th of town-before moving to their farm near Corwith last year. This is their fifth child. Lillian Melvold, Evert, Wash., is expected Friday for a few days with her sister, Mrs. Frank Kouba Jr. The two will go to Cottonwood, Minn., to visit with their parents. Miss Melvold. has taught school at Evert for several years. , Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger, and Alfred Erdman came home last week Garner Friday night, and Saturday ].Tuesday from Des Moines, where morning, accompanied by Mr. and tne men attended a mid-: Mrs. Lou Schleusner, drove to Aus-' errai " a ^ pr "' """v^tinn ' tin, Minn., to get Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Schleusner, who accom-! week ago Monday from their hom« summer convention Monday. panied them to lakes in northern at Cambria, Mo. Mr. Fox left Tues- Minnesota for a week's fishing va- da >'- but Louisa remained for a longer visit with friends. She is a cation. ,»wlyweds to Illinois— . Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fox, who were married here two weeks ago, returned last week for a short visit with relatives before they left Friday for their home in Dwight. 111., where Mr. Fox had been farming. .She was formerly Mabel Kent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kent. Schult/es (io to Dehinan— move Monday to Dehman, where Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scnultz were to Mr. Schultz will help build a Catholic church. They have occupied the Will Carman house in tlie .south part of town since last fall. Mr. Schultz helped build the new auditorium here. jL'harles Xelsons are Home— . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson, who were 'married here three weeks ago, returned home last week Tuesday. They visited Chicago, Fort Atkinson, and Milwaukee. They will live on a farm near Corwith. bacher. She was Cecelia Eisen- Pastor Takes Tacation— The Rev. and Mrs. Olof Johnson and family, of Britt, and pastor of the local Congregational church, left a week ago Monday for a month's vacation, visiting at Boston, Concord, Mass., New York .City, and other points in the east. C. 1). A. Meeting Wednesday— .. Installation of officers in the C. D. A., will be held Wednesday night. It was postponed from June }4 as Mrs. Alice Bough, Emmetsburg, state deputy, was unable to be here to install the officers. Off on Fishing Jannt— 'Mr. and Mrs. RV C. Bauer and son John .left Saturday for a few days fishing a't lakes in northern Minnesota. They picket up Mr. Bauer's brother Callx at St. "Cloud, yinn., whxfr acoognynied them.. Mr, 8 n4.M»8. Bw.ttppJOas «n- house guest at George Ward's. . Albert Dirksen, of Albert Lea, .spent the week-end with his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Meuhe. His wife and three children returned home with him after three weeks here. Ruth Muehe, who has been waitress in the Benton cafe, will return to her home north of town this week-end. She has been employed in the cafe for six or seven months. Agnes Carpenter and Preston Chapin were Sunday guests at Arlo Dawson's. Wednesday Mr. and .Mrs. Arlo Dawson and Miss Car- .penter were in Mason City on business. Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer entertained at four tables of bridge last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Alf Daughn, of Stilson, won first, and Mrs. Lou Goetz won second. Mrs. Tillie Hildman and sons John and Rudy, spent a week ago .Sunday at Des Moines visiting at .Alfred Hildman's, who has employment in a ballroom there. Mrs. Emma Murphy has closed her beauty shop near the Benton .cafe and returned to Emmetsburg, near where she and her husband will farm. ; . Mrs. Ed Hildman, ', Lucille and ;Matt, Mrs. Charles Pommerening, Maria and Delmar, -of Algona, •drove to St. Paul, Minn., Wednesday. Twin nieces, Mary Ellen and Rose Mary Ehlers, Plymouth, spent last week here visiting their uncle, Guy M. Butts. The Glenn Francis family, Corwith, spent a week ago Sunday with her sister, Margaret Schroeder. Dorothy Kraus came home last Wednesday after a week with friends iu Illinois and Des Moines. Mrs. Oscar Mc-nson enured tine General fcqssital at, Algona for major surgery a week ago Saturday. • -Mr. and Mrs. R. c. Bauer. Ruth Mary ami -Ralph. Jr., were in Mason City W«dn*aday ,«tt business. Simon Uirnerr^uEned b*. contains a, refinite mineral, which 1 4-H GJrls at Convention- removes the lime from the water. - Fenton Forward 4-H girls at- the water is then pumpe.d into the' tended Friday's session of the tower, from where it flows into j convention at Ames. Others attend- the mains. The total purchase and. ing were Mr. and Mrs. H. H. installation cost of the plant is approximately $4,100. This amount will be paid under the provision of the Simmer Law, or what is known as Revenue Certificates. These certificates are not a general obligation and have no bearing on taxation, and are paid entirely out of the earnings of the plant. , Broken Leg Is Mending— Edna Schultz, employed at Peter ChristensonVnear'Lu Verne, came home .Wednesday, to help take-.-care of her mother, who has been kept in bed since January 5 by a broken leg and is now in a wheel chair for another three weeks. She is recovering. Mrs. Herbert Potratz was home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, but was called to Algona when her husband had his operation iu the Kossuth hospital Wednesday. Edna returned to Lu Verne Friday evening. Y. P. S. Meeting is Held— St. Paul's Lutheran Y. P. S. held a regular monthly meeting and social evening Thursday in the Lu- therap school auditorium. The social was well attended, and the evening ivas spent playing games, which was followed by a lunch. Hostesses were Roland Esser, Ellsworth Heidenwith, Vera and Luanna Dau. Dreyer, Alvina and Alice, the latter of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Charles Newel, and Clarence Yager. Take Three-Day Jannt— Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage returned Thursday night after three visions of Chapter 404, Title XX, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Companies; and whereas said Insurance Company has complied with the laws of this State relating to insurance. Therefore, in pursuance of law, I, Chas. R. Fischer, Commissioner of Insurance, ,do hereby certify that said Insurance Company Is authorized to transact the business ,of fire; windstorm; full coverage automobile insurance in the State of Iowa, as required by law, until the first day of April, 1940. I further certify that on December 31, 1938, the statement shows— 1st. Total admitted Assets $ 3M.770.67 2d. Total Liabilities, except Capital _ 115,666.45 3d. Capital Paid Up — 4th. Surplus over all Liabilities 224,104.22 nth. Surplus ,as re"• gards' Pol I'Cy- holders 224,104.22 IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I • have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office .at Des 'Monies, 'this'-15th day of May, 1939. (Seal) 40 CHAS. R. FISCHER, Commissioner of Insurance. Insurance Department of Iowa Des Moines ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY, located at Providence in the State of Rhode Jsland. Whereas, the above named company has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty-first day of December, 1938, in accordance with' the provisions of Chapter 404, Title XX, of the Code of Iowa, relating to days in South Dakota, a visit with Insurance Companies; and where' said Insurance Company -has Two Consult Specialists— Mrs. Clifford Loar and Mrs. John Volk drove to Fort Dodge Wednes,day morning, where Mrs. Loar consulted a specialist for ear trouble, and Mrs. Volk took her son Charles to a child specialist for consultation. The little fellow has not been well lately. Other Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer, of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer and Noan Reisener, of Lotts Ceek, drove to Des Moines Thursday, and Mrs. Meyer and Mr. Reisener consulted a skin specialist. Mrs. Ernest Weisbrod, Mrs. Harry Seely, Mrs. R. H. Finnell, and Mrs. Maurice Mallory visited Ellen Wolfe at Lone Rock last week Tuesday afternoon. She is a former Whittemore resident. j Janice Marlene, weighing seven pounds, arrived at George Schultz's last week Tuesday evening. This gives the Schultzes a family of three boys and one girl. Mr. and Mrs. George Mergen and son Paul, Roseville, Calif., are visiting Mr. Mergeu's mother, Mrs. George Mergen, Whittempre. Herbert Potratz was taken to the Kossuth hospital Wednesday afternoon for an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Laage's aunt, in Heil, and en route home/(with relatives of Mr. Laage a't Brooten, Minn. , •-• FEN'rON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp drove to Des Moines' Wednesday, returning Friday. They were accompanied home by their daughter, Mrs. Wesle Witter, and Joan, who will visit here. La Vaun Priebe, delegate for the Independent Idealist 4-H-club, and their assistant leader, Mrs. B. G. Berkeland, went to Ames last week Tuesday to attend the 4-H convention. Mrs. Albert Bleckwenn.iwho has been a patient in the hospital at Rochester three weeks, returned the first of the week. Mrs. Bleckwenn is able to be*up and around. The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder and daughter, Phyllis Jean, Alta, visited last week Tuesday afternoon at R. C. Goetsch's. The Snyders are former Fenton residents. 'Mr. and Mrs. C. F, C. Laage, of Brooten, Minn., were dinner guests Friday at Henry Tjaden's, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Laage were supper guests there. The Fairyille summer school opened Monday for a period of four weeks. The Rev. Alfred Rehder and Sidonia Bierstedt are instructors. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. G. Smith were called to Lincoln, Neb., early last Wednesday by the serious illness of Mr. Smith's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bettin, of Forest City, spent Thursday at the Henry Boeyers and Mrs. Carrie Voigt homes. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Priebe and Irvin Gremmels were Mason City business visitors last week Tuesday. Joe Helgevold, Charles Weisbrod, and Chas. Newel attended a corn meeting at Algoua Thursday. LotU Creek 4H GirU in Meeting Lotts Creelf, June 19 — A meeting of the Lotts Creek Lassie 4-H club was held at Ruth Pijabn's recently. Nine members attended the meeting. The afternoon was spent in making balls for the ball drill at Rally day. Tie also ticed songs. • Aftftt lunch the -girls played games. Tho^ne^t meeting will be held at the home . of the aasistaat leaderi Mrs. Kitsch, tWB-««*k »tt«aAe4. .Rally Six UNION Mrs. Frances Gould was called tp Boone Thursday morning by the serious illness of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Cora Boles, sister of the late Ben Gould. Mrs. Boles is 72 years old and is suffering from gallstones and heart trouble. H[er husband djed four years ago. Mrs. Gould accompanied Mrs. Mary Mathews, of Estherville, and Mrs. Albert Butterfield, Bancroft, both sisters of Mrs. Boles. Mr.- and Mrs. N. J. Krieps were made grandparents .for the first time Friday when a'daughter was born to their sou Joe and his wife, the former Alice Forburger, Wesley, Mrs. Krieps is at the Kossuth hospital at Algona. It is also the first grand-child for the For- burgers, who reside near Wesley. Alice Will assisted a couple of days last week at the H. A. Bat** Ida.Stofltel is assisting her mother during her sister Gertrude's absence.. 81^ was einnleyed at tie Ertl home in Algon*. The Joint ineetingiof ' tfee tour itf-clubt aeld wnu^Uy will be n«t i complied -with the laws of this : State relating to insurance. Therefore, in- pursuance" of law;' I, Chas. R. .Fischer, Commissioner of. Insurance, do hereby certify. that said Insurance Company is authorized to .transact the business of fire; windstorm; automobile fire, property damage and collision; riot; explosion and marine insurance in the State of Iowa, as required by law, until the first day of April, 1940. I further certify that on December 31, 1938, the statement shows— 1st. Total admitted Assets ........ $14,935,293.63 2d. Total Liabilities, except Capital . 6,112,429.48 3d. Capital Paid Up 3,000,000.00 4th. Surplus over all Liabilities _____ 5,822,864.13 5th. Surplus as ro- gards Policyholders ... ____ 8,822,864.13 IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, J have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office at Des Moines, this 15th day of May, 1939.. (Seal) CHAS. R. FISCHER, 40 Commissioner of Insurance, Insurance Department of Iowa Des Moines ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the POTOMAC INSURANCE COMPANY, located at Washington in the District of Columbia. 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