The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1959 · Page 13
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Burt Justly Proud Of New Town Hall discuss plans for the new church. Oliver S. Carslon is executive 1 chairman. Mr and Mrs Sheridan Strayer and little son Ricky spent from Thursday through Sunday here with Mr Strayer's parents, Mr and Mrs Keith Strayer. Sheridan, a ministerial student at McCormick Seminary in Chicago, ispoke at morning services Sunday at both the Irvington and Algona Presbyterian churches Mr and Mrs W. E. Beardsley and Jane and Tom arrived Sunday from Lincoln, Neb. to visit Mrs Bcarsdiey's mother, Mrs W. J. Sigsbcc. A family picnic at which the Bob Sigsbees, Swea City, and the Harlan Sigsbec families joined them, was held Sunday evening at the state park, and the Bcarsctleys and Mrs W. J, Sigsbec left 'Monday for" a vacation at Brainerd, Minn. Buri's new town hall, shown here, was completed and put into use for the first time three months ago. The building, completed at a total cost of $38,000, houses all of the town's offices, including the mayor's office, marshal's office, council meeting room, and/the fire station, a community meeting room, city library, rest rooms and a garage for the city maintenance truck. The mayor and marshall didn't have offices before, and all of the other city offices and storage spaces were strung around town in separate buildings. . Hantelman Building Service of Fenton constructed the building after another large structure, which formerly housed a general store, was torn down, The new town hall is a brick, cement block and lumber structure that faces Burt's main street from the south. The town had $13,000 in funds to apply on the cost and a bend issue was voted to cover the remaining $25,000. So one-third of the 50 x 120 foot building is paid for. Residents of the town petitioned, the Burt council to build the new town hall. A special election was held, the building okayed and constructed, and Burt wound up with the biggest change on the main street that the town had seen for 20 years. There had been talk about some type of town hall a year or so before the summer of 1958, but no official action was taken until about a year ago. From then on, it took only a few months, with the contractor working all winter, to put the building into use. Proof that the building is being used is offered -by the fact that the library has more than doubled its business since the move was made into new quarters in April. Everyone seems to like the new town hall. Burt's city officials are Nels Nelson, mayor; Walt Steward, mar- shall; G. H. McMullen, town clerk; Don Patterson, J. L. Miller, E. P. Frederickson, George Manus and O. H. Graham, councilmen; Lulu Hawcott, librarian; and Glee Bullock, fire chief. (UDM Photo & Engraving). . Falls On Steps Ledyard — Dale Packer is in serious condition at Rochester hospital as a result of injuries suffered in a fall on the base- ment steps at his home. There were 8,494 unidentified American casualties in World War 11; 853 in the Korean War. . . AROUND ALGONA . . Mary Jean, infant daughter of Mr arid Mrs Joseph Dahlhauser, was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic. Mrs R. B. Waller and children left Sunday for a two week vacation at Oak Grove Point, on Lake Ossawinnamakee, Minn. The resort is at Pequot Lakes and is run by a former Kossuth county resident, Mrs Harold Sorenson. —o— David Phillips, who is employed at Ames and attends summer sessions- at Iowa State University, spent the weekend here with his mother, Mrs R. M. Phillips, and attended the Keith- Yeoman wedding. —o— Mr and Mrs Wesley Bartlei: and family were at New Sharon Sunday to attend the observance of Mr Bartletts father's .fiftieth anniversary in the practice of medicine. Dr. G. E. Bartlett was honored with a dinner at noon at 1 the New Sharon school and a reception and program in the Presbyterian church there in the afternoon. Rosanne Berrie, Mason City, will leave soon for a year's study in Spain as a part of Clarke College's Junior Year Abroad plan. Miss Berrie is the daughter of former Algonans, Mr and Mrs R. C. Berrie and a granddaughter of Mr and Mrs. W. A. Barry, Algona. —o— Two former Algona girls. Sister Mary Russell James Hardgrove and Sister Mary Herman Platt, will make the religious profession as Presentation Sisters in Mt. Loretto Chapel at Dubuque, Saturday, Aug. 22. Both are graduates of St. Cecelia's Academy here and are daughters of Mr and Mrs Russell Hardg.rova and Mrs 'Elizabeth Platt, respectively. —o— An important meeting of the executive building committee, the Sunday school committee and the equipment committee for the building program of the Presbyterian church has been called for Thursday, Aug. 1, at 7:30 p.m. at the church. 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Methodist young people attending Camp Quest at Lake Okoboji last week were Richard Steven, Paul Smith, Jim Parsons, Bill Bartlett, Douglas Barr, Gary Burr, John Schutler, Bruce McCullough, Pat Reilly, Jodie Olial- ly, Ann Segar, Nancy Muekey, Trudy Bartholomew, Jean Christiansen, Nancy Cole, Judy Munger, Kay Moulton, Barbara Kuch- enreuther, Linda Parson, Ann Wilson, Sally Steele and Karen Kern. Counselor was "Mrs Vic Parsons. Thursday, August 13, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-5 Mr and Mrs Dan Harris, Marion, S. D., former CITSCO township residents, have sold their] rooming house'and cabin.- there j and expect to move to Kairmont, j Minn, where their two sons reside. Mr and Mrs Harris, Mrs Jennie Stoddard, Humb.ildt. Mrs Warren Pickons, Granada. Minn., and Mrs Florence Hymes, Winnebago, Minn., visited the George Harris family at Valley City. N.D. recently and attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs George Harris. Mrs Harri.' is the former Htitli Bell, sister of Mrs Cora Martin, Algona. LAKOTA NEWS Mr and Mrs Paul Kollasch and daughters were Sunday guests at the Roland Smith Sr. homo. 1 Mr and Mrs Edward Hammond ' of Swea City were Sunday evening callers" at the Otto Karels home. Friday evening Mr and Mrs Jakie Peterson and family. Mr and Mrs Don Sicl'ken and family of VV'flbburg and Mr and Mis Irvin t-'elnva; / and Ronald en- jovi'd a steak fry at Fairmont. IJelores Kirnilz is enjoying a week's vacation. Sunday ;;U(.-ts at the Irvin Schw.uv. home win,' her brother and family. Mr and Mrs Gene llai'ringa and Timmy of Waterloo and lii'i- parent.-,. Mr and Mnt Harrn Ilarringa of Titonka. Mr and Mrs George Uaumann and family. Mr and Mrs Will Baumann and their granddaughter. Shi-rlim-: Meyer of Leland atiended a Baumann family reunion held at Blue Earth Sunday. Classifieds Pay Dividends PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. WELCOMES YOU HERE IS YOUR COMPLETE PROGRAM SCHEDULE OF THE ;.-. •;•••//; 1959 KOSSUTH COUNTY FAI THROUGH THE COURTESY OF PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO OFFICIAL PROGRAM KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR — 1959 — ALGONA, IOWA Tues., Aug. 18 Children's Day (Special Privileges To Children) I I g Wed., Aug. 19 7:00 A. M. — Gates Open 8:00 A. M. — Judging of market swine and market lambs. 9:00 A. M. — Judging of floral hall exhibits, dairy and 4-H Girls exhibits. 11:00 A. M. — Judging of 4-H colts, and open class colts and horses. »•! 1:00 P. M. — Sale of market swine and market lambs. 2:00 P. M. — Baseball Game. 8:00 P. M. — Judging of 4th Annual Society' Horse Show before the Ampi- theater, with music provided by Mrs. Joy Wilder at the Hammond Orgnn. 7:00 A. M. — Gates Open 9:00 A. M. — Judging of beef, poultry cincl rabbits, and girls' club exhibits. 2:00 P. M. — Big car races by National Speedways, Inc. 8:00 P. M. - Auto Thrill Show. Thurs., Aug. 20 — Gates Open — judging of 4-H girls demonstrations. — Judging of swine and sheep (open class). — Baseball Game. - 4-H Clubs parade. Kossuth County's 4-H boys and girls will pass in review before the grandstand exhibiting their prize livestock 8:00 P. M. - Home Talent Productions by residents of Kossuth County. 7:00 A. M. 8:30 A. M. 9:00 A. M. 2:00 P. M. fcw 6:30 P. M. Fri., Aug. 21 '*..* £.. 1'*.*•- « * 7:00 A. M. 8:30 A. M. 8:30 A. M. 8:00 P. M. - Gates Open - Sale of baby beef. - Continuation of judging 4-H girls demonstrations. - Wrestling Show featuring Bob Geigel, Algona's own TV champion. - • - - •-' CLIP OUT AND KEEP HANDY FOR DAILY REFERENCE U Jb* J 0 SEEDHOUSE AT JUNCTION HWYS. 18 and 169

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