(la.) UppW DM Molrwi Thursday, July 11, 1957 as at PERCIVAL' Almost too busy to BEE 'RIDIKALUS'! But we're never too busy to give you personal automotive service. Don't let your busy days make you forget to get your car ready for that summer vacation trip. Stop in TODAY and let Don Deal and the rest of Percival's staff get your car set for safe summer driving. ^«i»o»xaKaaao»»a Ka&xtt&iy^^ 4O Years o. Substantial, Steady and Sound Growth * 81st Semi-Annual FINANCIAL STATEMENT ASSETS U. S. Government Bonds and Cash on Hand $1,729,130.60 Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank - 146.000.00 First Mortgage Loans 7,771,892.57 1089 Conventional $4,056,389.67 156 FHA Loans .- 1,101,340.17 395 GI Loans 2.614,162.73 Loans on Savings Accounts 8,500.00 FHA Title I Loans 121,629.59 Short Term Loans enabling Borrowers to Repair and Remodel Their Homes, Office Building 91,450.41 Furniture and Fixtures 29,544.66 Other Assets Accrued Interest 10,007.77 Deferred Charges 401.94 LIABILITIES Savings Accounts $9,140,828.78 The accounts of 4671 members are each insured to $10,000 by a permanent agency of the U. S. Government. Borrowed Money None Loans in Process 209,672.53 Undisbursed portions of loans. Other Liabilities 10,041.02 Includes Advance Payments by Borrowers for Taxes and , Insurance. Unearned FHA Title I Interest 9,986.18 Specific Reserves _• 16,384.70 Discount on loans and U, S. Bonds. General Reserves 495,131.91 Surplus 26,512.42 TOTAL ASSETS .... $9,908,557.54 TOTAL LIABILITIES $9,908,557.54 INSURED SAFETY Savings insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. Member of: Federal Home Loan Bank System; Federal Savings and Loan Ins. Corp., United Stales Savings and Loan League; Iowa Savings and Loan League. HOME FEDERAL'S RECORD OF GROWTH 1918 -_ $ 4,821.99 1924 _ _____ 45,785.83 1930- - - 106,905.18 1936 _ _ 485,543.37 IV42 _ _ 1,134,856.52 1948 " _ 2,276,181.95 1954 _ _ _ __ _ _'-. --.. 6,629,990.28 1955 " _ _ _ 7,924,883.09 1956 _ II -I 1 9,282,982.55 1957, June 30th $9,908,557.54 Home Federal Savings & Loan Association ALGONA, IOWA o^^ Wed At Wesley In June - V**' '—v-- - ji*-*v?pr ••- i^ss'"" • "t'B' " -'R ' ,W Pictured above are Norma Jean, daughter of Mrs Justine Becker and the late Math Becker of Wesley and Donald G., son of Mr and Mrs John B. Reding, St. Joe, who were married in Si. Joseph's catholic church, Wesley, Tuesday, May 21. . , ' Rev. Father Klein officiated at the ceremony. •WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer i Jack Worsley of Del Monte, Calif, spent last week with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Oliver Young. Boy Scouts, held a 3-day camp at the city park last week. On Sunday July 14'they* will present a scout program for their parents and friends at the park. '. Mr and Mrs Bill Nadelhoffer and Mr and Mrs R. J. Saunche of Eau Clair, Wisconsin spent July 3-7 in the parental, P.. C. Haynes home. .'; • Mrs Elam Johnson of Washing- ion, la. is visiting her daughter; Mrs Theron Hansen and family ihe past two; .weeks, -, ,. ,* v , i The\ Good.. W,ill .truck > vrt £rorrf Sioux City will be here Tuesday, July 16. Sharon Harr is spending three weeks with relatives in Wichita, Kan. Local Methodist women were guests of Prairie Center W.S.C.S. Wednesday, July 10. Women's Missionary Society met in the Evangelical Free church one day recently and gave a program in honor of Mrs Sam Alne, a'member for 25 years, who is moving away soon. An appreciation gift was presented to her. . Mr and Mrs Lester Larson,. Mr and Mrs Arvin Larson, Mr and Mrs Joe Ki ieps , and Mrs Helen Youngwirth attended the funeral of Wendell Monson at Livermore Tuesday, July 2. He was killed in a car accident* Mr and Mrs Joe Wynn of Albert Lea, Minn, spent Saturday, June 29, in the L. L. Lease home. Mr and Mrs Lester Larson wont to Minneapolis Saturday, June 29 to visit the N. E. Quams over the weekend. They attended the ordination of his cousin, the Rev. John Quam on Sunday at 11 n.m. in the Bethlehem Lutheran church in Minneapolis. He will preach in Hcnnings, Minn. Mr and Mrs Lester Larsun and Mr and Mrs Arvin Larson and family visited Lester's mother, Mrs Peter Larson of Clarion at Mercy hospital, Mason City on Wednesday, July 3. She had surgery for cataracts on July 2. Coach and Mrs Dennis Carlson were honored at a farewell party and supper at City Park Sunday, July 7 by the Methodist young people and friends. Mrs H. H. Raney entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon, July 6. Mr and Mrs Francis Hauptman and four of their six children of hey! am I on the right road to bradley bros? ' .•""<•• .^••-(' • "»""." • ':'..: ;i.„'£,;/"•.• ' " . • .••••'. •.".,••.-:•• .•>. .•.-*•-•:'•< ;; ; /'" : * . .?£, .-..•--YOU SURE ARE MISTER! AND YOU'RE | HEADED FOR WHOPPING TIRE VALUES | I • I FRIDAY & SATURDAY COMPLETE SET '8* New from the Kraft Kitchen! SPOON IT into hoi foods HEAT IT for cheese towce SPREAD IT forwckf A Pastturlztd Process Chut* Spnad Tucson, Ariz, formerly of Wesley spent Saturday till Thursday at the parental, Lou Hauptman and Mrs Mary Otis homes and with other relatives. They operate a hardware store in Tucson. Mr and Mrs J. T. Meurer and Jim spent July 4th at Lohrville with, their daughter and sister "Mrs Vogel, who were hit by £ cyclone that morning about 3 o'clock. Their barn was demolished and considerable damage done to a machine shed, the house and trees.- Mr and Mrs Lou Heifner and children of Marengo spent the weekend here with .her parents Mr and Mrs A. J. Setter and with his parents at Titonka. , Mr and Mrs Harley Haynes anc 'son Harley Jr, returned to their 'home at Fort Worth, Texas, fol- ,!<>wing a visit here in the parental, P. C. Haynes home. Mr and Mrs Bill Nadelhoffer and Mr and Mrs R. J. Saunche left Sunday for'their home at Eau Claire, Wis. Mrs Louisa Fish was brought home Friday July-5 from Mercy hospital Magon City where she had gall bladder surgery. Mr and Mrs Reese Martin and family spent the weekend at Keosauqua visiting his father and o^her relatives. * Beatrice Hildman and li e r mothe: 1 , Mrs Sophia Hildman accompanied by the latter's daughter, Mrs Urban Neuroth and Elaine went to Carnarvon Saturday to spend the weekend with the Norman Rowes'. Urban Neuroth, Keith and David and Leo Hildman went on Sunday. . A Johnson family reunion was held Sunday, July 7th in the City park. Fifty-two were present. ..Jimmy, Kathy and Jolene, children of Mr and Mrs Arnold Lallicr have 'been visitors at the home of their grandmother, Mrs Mary Lallier and of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Hoi- dren of Algona last week. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lallier and two children of Algon,a were Monday evening dinner guests in the Arnold Lallier home. The men are brothers. July 4th guests in the Will Hrubes home were Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer, Mr and Mrs John Bauer and family, Mr and Mrs Walter Pfeffer and family and Mr and Mrs Cyril Formanek and two sons of Britt. The Will Hrubes family spent Sunday in the John Rayon home near Garner. Saturday and Sunday guests in the J. P. Studer home were their sons, Marvin and Vincent of Hammond, Ind., and Marvin's brother- in-law, Joseph La Mere and James Frisco. The latter two are seminarians. Mr and Mrs Harold Weber and Don and Mr and Mrs N. P. Weber were Sunday guests in the Calvin Meinecke home at Jefferson, Harold Webers were sponsors at the baptism of Mark Francis Meinecke who was born June 26. Mrs N. F. Weber spent this week with her, daughter, Mr.-) Meinecke and family. Mr and Mrs George Buettner and children of Fort Wayne, fnd. spent July 6-11 in the parental, John Lickteig home. Other Sunday gi|ests were Father Anthony Lickteig of Kansas City and his uncle and aynt, Mr and Mrs Ambrose Lickteig and 'family of Sextorj, also the Elliot Wald- tThinidts of Whjttemore and the Uiban, Dennis and Jack Lickteig families. Mr and Mrs Philip Goetz and family attended a family picnic dinner at the Martin Harms home near Titonka Sunday. Mrs Harm? is the former Shirley Goetz. Mary Guetz returned home with her grandparents for a visit. .. Father Joe Studer of Sioux City came Saturday to spend several days at his parental, Joe Studer home. Hsirtosr? and Kathy Augustine, daughters of Mr and Mrs Gregory Augustine spent la.;t week ut the IK line of their iirandmuther, Mrs I I I I I I SET OF I ANY SIZE Famous I 1 Set plu* tax and rccappablo tirei Whitehall! $1 extra * per tire HURRY! One Set per Customer I I I I I I I I I I I I WE WILL ALLOW I For Any Old Front Tractor Tire On The Purchase Of Any Type Firestone Front Tractor Tire In Our Stock Size 5:50 x 16 And Up ORIGINAL EQUIP, TRUCK TIRES 8.25x20-10-Ply 100 Level • I Only Justine Becker and family. Mr and Mrs George Beckei and family of Richmond, Calif, visited the Justine, Ray and Tom Becker families one day last week. They were spending their vacation with his mother and other relatives at St. Joe. Shivley Becker was a guest this week at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Clarence Ptucek and family at St. Joe. Leonard and Bonnie Becker were guests this week of then grandparents, Mr and M.rs l.on Gouge. Mrs Charley DeRosa of Canogo park, Calif., left for Chicago, July 3rd to join her husband who had visited his parents and son in Dobb§ Ferry, New York. They returned tp California the following day. Mrs DeRosa had spent IP days at her parental,, Mrs Bettie Wester home. W.S.C.S. met in the Methodic, church parlors Wednesday, July 3 with Mesdames Fred and Ber. Eden and Fred Seefeld as host- eases. Mrs Tilly Loebig and daughter, Mrs Lester Blain attended the wedding of the former's niece in Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Find* Healing Substance That Does Botb-r Relieve* f aro-§hrjnk« Hemorrhoids N«w Ifprk, N. y. (Spc-iiil) - For the astonishing statement . _ first time science has found a new hoaling substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while p.ntly relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most aina/.inx of all-results wqr« W thorough tb»t sufferers raadg «, -—lements like "Filet ljuvc ceased to be a problem!" Tho (eeret is a now healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)-discovery of a world-famous rcseurch institute. T his substance is now availubla In tkppaHitoru or ointment form und»r tha name Preparation H.' At your druggist. Money b^ck guarantee. •K««. U. 8. I'.L off Forest City, Saturday, June 29. Sister Mary Owen was u weekend guest of her sister, Mrs John Hughes and family. She is spending a month's vacation with he: father, Will McDougald at Kan:-.- wha. Linda, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. E. Newbrough spent lust week at the home of her uncle uiui aunt, Mr and Mrs Will Weeks at Das Mojnes. The American Legion Auxiliary will mi-el Thursday evcnin 0 July 11. Cynthia Sheridan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Philip Sheridan of Northwood is spending several weeks here with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs George Sheridan, and with the L. T. Roots. Dale Bonnisler was on vacation last week from work at the Robinson Produce Co. The average weight of an elephant at birth i, JHO pounds.
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