The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1931 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 1, 1931
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p-hillip s arrived home from The Upper Dss Moines-Republican, April 1, 1931 c. of Boone and a .-« „„ i-uiu oueiij ten days' furlough, and Mrs. Godden and were • --D. Merchant U1 cwnc Him > Mr. Williams of Stanhope were business callers here Friday and at Em- [metsburg Saturday. Miss Shirley Hildahl of Was " toro years, school in Lone Rock. • In the Mrs fcdythe L. Dailey plans to leave for Chicago Saturday night to attend Cook the annual Midwest Trade Show. This -AUTC. «/ jxuuwii uuy.wnere wiey In- 18 the Sixth show of Its kind and spe^cted^aMe of spring hats fdr men Mrs. Dailey has attended all but Donald Cronan was a Burt visitor on Sunday evening. C. H. Blossom of Burt was an Algona visitor last Monday. George Pettit of Lone Rock was in Algona on business Thursday. George Godfrey is In Des Moines on business ft few days this week. J. J. Sherman of Bancroft was In Ex-Supervisors L. Oesterrelcher of Titonka transacted business in Algona Thursday. Rev. Loeffelholtz of St. Benedict was a business caller in Algona on Mondav of this week. . Dr. Richard Thompson of Btfrt has Chicago. installed a new Hlnkle alcoform gas Mrs. Arthur e demonstration upon her return from White is helping out - .-—— — — -•• »»^.»»c cuwiuiui goal «uo. • nivuur wmce IS neiDUlBT Otlt machine used hi his dental ptt^ at the Elite shop during the busy hat toe. Dr^Thompsoii Is a former Algona season before Easter. The WhttS tlce at Burt. , in Detroit for the past few vears. Mm, There will be a card and dancing I Party given by the St. Cecelia'* Oulld of the catholic church on • Tuesday, April 7. It will be held at the Knights years. Mrs. In a hat shop in *« Laird. « tthe tlm « to ft slster of Mrs - Warren week a visitor In Algonaiued Burt IStote- tea m Deration for waa P«rformed last f^r, . "r" /"* *M»U au wic luiiguis ._ .» * of Columbus hall and everyon* Is cor* .J™ 13 - p - *•• Trlboh came home on dlally Invited. . Thursday of last week from Milwaukee OAthmHha Wnrtoii a««4«.j jii AI-.^.. I where she has been leaf rarora.1 woovu Algona on business last Monday. Tom Trainer, the Burt meat man was an Algona "visitor Thursday. O. V. Crltz of Emmetsburg was a business visitor in Algona on Monday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton of Lone Rock were Algona Visitors on Saturday. Father Theobold of St. Joe was In Algona on business Thursday of last week. studente at the University of arente home g vacation wlth home for a is teaching In the tSiarles City Ralph Moe has moved his teenum business from the building next tothf Advice building to a plwe to tiie^rear of the Advent church on State Street O> ' Btiba& V underwent an op- the Kossuth hospital Mon- Catherine McCall arrived In Algona 2?!^ h has *"***<* several weeks the first of the week from Milwaukee hel l )ln | 1to1 , care for her daughter, Mrs. Where she Is a sophomore student at £' Tl il™rf y ' who ls seriously ill with Milwaukee-Downer. She will spend SSSi r°"J , ' Mrs - T'U'on Is having the Week visiting her parents, Mr and f° i 5& 1 Work done and will re- Mrs. M. J. McCall. ? ana turnto Milwaukee again In about two Doris Long is home from Grianell : * College for a spring vacation visit with 1 J Eva Peterson, daughter of Mr. and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long.Mrs- O. J. Peterson of Fenton, Is now Miss Catherine McCall, who Is at- ending Milwaukee Downer, arrived ho jne Saturday for a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall. Matt Streit and Fred Wehler made up Rotary attendance at Humboldt on Tuesday night. Howard Vinson, the mail carrier, has been off duty several days suffering with stomach trouble. Nick Schiltz and Alfred Pearson, two of Bancroft's prominent citizens were Algona visitors Friday. The Clement & Briggs' barber shop under the Algona hotel was redecorated the first of the week. Mrs. Hugh Post returned last Friday m Sioux city, where she attended the Royal Neighbor convention. Julius Kunz, the Wesley land man and president of the Kossuth County Fair Association, was a visitor in Algona Thursday. day for his dental weeks. practice for about two While she is home she will canvass" for the Ferndell groceries which are sold at the Long grocery. Mary Bice came home Sunday u Boston where she Is a freshman the Choate School for Girls. She wll visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. c Rice until next Sunday when she re turns to- Boston to resume her schoo work. Maynard Stephenson, son of Mr; an Mrs.- O. J. Stephenson of Penton, Is again employed by City En M " *"~ Michel. He was a Junior -" — —**- " «•» •» 4HAU.V1 j. Iowa State College the fall and^^ln ter quarter and expects to return t school later. -. We will have a full line of fresh garden stuff' and fresh fruits. I Carrots Lettuce Radishes Mushroom's Spinach Parsnips Sweet Potatoes Cabbage Green Peppers Rhubarb Celery Apples Oranges Grape Fruit Lemons Bananas • Marchino Cherries • '' ,i >vV;t . We wp have a special in Meats such las Beef -Kpasts, Pork Eoasts, Lamb Roasts and Hamburg--'" , er and sausage. • l .. (roceries a^riel Home Baking." • •, .. | assistant In the office of a bank T .-jlver in Charlotte, North Carolina. She went from Algona to Washington, n " where she did the same kind — 1 until shortly before Christmas when she accepted the position in North Carolina. O. O. Naudaln of Rick Hill, Jth Carolina, spent Sunday and Monday visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Naudain. He is head of the chemistry department In a girls' school at Rick Hill. He had been at Antes on business, and came up here on'a surprise visit. He was accompanied back to Rock Hill by M&rgaret Oa- muth, his wife's sixteen year old sister, Wno will make her home with the Naudalns. • H. R. Hays, who a few months ago was struck by an auto while driving a Wagon down the road a few miles south of Algona and seriously injured, -was a caller at this office Monday. Mr. Hays Is still quite badly crippled In the back, shoulder and on arm. The Riley car of Irvington which struck Mr. Hays, carried liab- lity Insurance and Mr. Hays is asking or $5,000 damages for loss of one horse, his wagon and personal injuries. -Mrs. Ethyl Morrison, Algona, Nellie Devine, Humboldt, and Mrs. Ruth Hull f Spencer are driving to Chicago on Saturday with A. E. Anderson who is going in on a business trip. Mrs. Morrison, Miss Devlne and Mrs. Hull •ill attend the annual Midwest Trade how. During Mrs. Morrison's ab- ence her beauty shop will be managed y Miss Phylida Sonerholm who will l>e assisted by Mrs. Russell Hodges, ormerly Grace Hauck, who was ehi- loyed in the beauty shop before her marriage. Alfred Soderberg, well known former Algonian,...Tffho now makes: his home -with.his daughter, Mrs."N..O. Nelson at Forest Lake, Minnesota, spent a few days last week at the John Carlson home and with other Algona friends. Prom here he went to Swea City and Bancroft, where he will visit relatives for about a week before he returns to Forest Lake. ,• 'His daughter and her husband lived at Dodge Center, Minnesota,,-until last November K when they moved to Forest: Lake. 1 •Before coming had visited another daughter ^ In' Bt. Paul. Condensed Statement of Condition ' Kossuth County ,„. ALGONA, IOWA j as made to the State Banking IJeparflment Jt thje close of business MAECH 25, 1931 Vi.l RESOURCES Loans to our costutoers • . ,• 44.04.790 on r\ j 01 -»•>;,: ipia*, t6a.£\) Overdrafts , H _. ^Q Q^ Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures , qn 1V7 Q^ S\ J.1 T-* i -m i i ' OV/j IO I «tJcJ Other Real Estate __i : fiQ QRI QQ STATE, MUNICIPAL AND! OTHER ' o»^ox.»j LISTED BONDS $ 67,077.75 CASH IN BANK AND DUE FROM BANKS __, ^.,461.07 358,638.82 $953,845.69 LIABILITIES Capital Stock -_> L. Surplus i__ Undivided Profits and Reserves i___« TOTAL DEPOSITS . H TOTAL LIABILITIES >.„__ $ 50,000.00 20,000.00 4,215.69 879,630.00 $963,845.69 FiftyvEight Years of Service and Safe Banking in Kossuth County i ,' ^" ise Butts - who wa - s serious lv 111 last week suffering from intcsti nai flu, Is now improving nicc-ly. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Dahl and the! daughter of Seneca township wrrp Al gona shoppers Friday and Mr Dan made this office a pleasant call. Miss Helen Jones of Cedar RapMs spent the week end in Algona via ting Paul Hammill. Mr. HBmmtll is the jeweler in the Borchardt drug store. Oarl "Tubby" Borchardt spent th- week end in Algona visiting relatives and friends. Carl headquarters in firm nnd traveds for a Jewelry- Mr, and Mrs. O. W. Lawrence of ea'.r Rapids are expected to be in Algona for an Easter visit with the latter s parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J Vincent. Edw. Erlckson is not feeling in the best of health lately, and is confined quite closely to the house. Ed. his wen driving the Algona street sprlnk- er for many years. „ ?', ^, rsi?1 P rom lnent Elmore man, was in Algona Monday attending to business matters, and took time to pay the Upper DCS Moines-Republican office a pleasant call. This is vacation week for the Algona public schools and the teachers liave departed for visits at their various homes and the pupils are happy that they have no lessons to preoare for a. week. f ' c Vincent Wfw ablc to be «P town balm-day after a siege of sinus rouble. He was operated on for this trouble some weeks ago In Iowa City and has not been recovering as fast as it was hoped for. Marriage licenses were issued to jf. n »7t Dolf of Armstrong and Phoebe Nettleton of Gruvcr; John Ayolla of Bancroft and Isabelle Ribera of Bancroft; John Meyer of Tltonka fend Helen Boekelman of Tltonka; H. J. Ristau of LuVerne and Janet French of Llvermore; diaries Kerrtns of Wesley and Edna Loeblg of Wesley AT SI2ES 1^.7050 Featuring the Spring Modes in Frocks and Ensembles Bolero Jackets Medium Jackets Long Jackets Down the Avenue of Fashion—these new Frocks and Ensembles will be the cynosure of all eyes. Their fashioning—their fine materials—their stunning shades will attract attention and envy of all, They're priced within your very means. Printed Crepe Plain Silks Chiffons i $16 A brilliant, sparkling collection—each frock smarter than the next The va lues are more than prominent Sizes 12 to 50—Styles for every woman. "•pPP pB'^W^BMW' • ,e of At of

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