The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1948 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 20, 1948
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W » 6-Algana Uppec De» Moincs Tuesday, April 20, 1948 Escapes With Minor Injury In Burl Creamery Accident Caught In Belt; Gets Two Gashes On Cement Floor Burt Robert Lewis, second man a I the creamery, was injured Wednesday afternoon while working at the creamery. He was putting belt dressing on a new belt when his hand was caught in the belt. Ik> was carried by the belt until his feet were in the air. Me fell on his head on tin- cement floor, cutting two deep gashes in his head and injuring one of his arms. A doctor was called and he was taken by ambulance to the Algona General hospital where he spent, a day or two and was then taken to the home of his parents in Algona. Scouts Organize in Burt A troop of Boy Scouts is being organised in Burt sponsored by the public school board. The troop committee appointed by the school hoard has hud two plans are under scout rally in the near future, of all boys with their fathers who arc 1 interested in forming a troop. The committee appoint-, d ;:re W. S. Handy, chairman. W. 15. Officer. Gordon Gicl- dings. Kalph Bristow, Clifford Holding and Einii Haase Jr. A Warehouse Fire Burt firemen were called out Fridav morning, the second time within three days, to put out a lire in the warehouse back of Vogel's store. W. H. Vogel had started a bonfire near the building. He had gone inside and the strong wind blew the fire to the building. The hack end of the building was burned and some goods stored there, but the majority of the contents were saved. Visit In Minnesota Mrs. Nettie Fisher and daughter Mrs. Xoia Garner are visiting relatives at International Falls. Minn. They went there from Rochester. Minn., where Mrs. Fisher had gone through the clinic. O. E. S. Host To Masons Kossuth Chapter No. 201. O. E. S.. entertained the Masons after the regular chapter meeting Tuesday evening. A short pro- gs an was given. It ini luded a vocal MI!I> by Joanette llorstman. a flute :-olo by Shirley Lockwood. a vocal solo 'by Joan McWhorter, piano solos by Jimmy and Jerry McMullrn. also a piano duet by them. The program va.-, followed b\ several game:, and a pot-luck lunch. Develop A Park Members of the American Legion and of the fire department gathered Thursday evening and cleaned up the vai ant lots north nl tin' Legion hall and the city buildmi;.-,, so that they may be UM d as a park. Plans are being made for picnic tables, etc. The Li-gion Auxiliary served a pot- lui k .-upper to the workers. Fortnightly Club The Fo: trughtly club met Friday a!ti-in-"in with Mrs. W. W. Biietl.-hr-. Mrs. M. M. Chipman,' l- )l 'Ni\ IT. came Thursday evening and u a, ,i guest at the'meeting. Clean School Yard -_!L!"''' V ''"ernoon Was clean-up time at the school. The children brought rakes, etc., and cleaned the school yard. Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson and daughter Mrs. Lawrence Miller and Vicky went to Osage Wednesday where they visited Mrs. Fredrickson's mother and other relatives until Friday. K. C. Kiekbush, Janice and Bul'ord, took Mrs. Kickbush's mother Mrs. C. E. Hagen to Garber last 'week Saturday, where she will spend a couple of months with a daughter. They brought back Mr. Kickbush's mother Mrs. J. C. Kiekbush of Osterdock, for a visit here. W. E. and Roy Grover and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks went lo Rochester Thursday to see Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace. When they arrived home they received news that Dr. Wallace had died after they left, so W. E. and Ray Grover and Luther Fairbanks returned to Rochester to make necessary arrangements and bring back Mrs. Wallace and her Marie Grover, who had .-•laying with her. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ollom ed Mrs. Ollom's mother sister been visit- Mrs. Rickard at britt Thurs- Shiplers, Ludyard. the Tom Trenary Adeline day. The W. B. moved into house Friday Mr. and Mrs. Lathan Walker and daughter Frances. Princeton. Wis.. recently spent a few days at the Gordon Gvulrngs home. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Williams returned last Mondav from a several weeks visit with relatives at Brown Valley and Austin. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Nels J. Nelson left Friday for a weekend visit in the Twin Cities and with relative's ut Duluth. Minn. The Sewing Circle will moot Friday afternoon with Mrs. C. B. Chipman. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lockwood attended the funeral of Mrs. Lockwood's uncle August Hoffman at Ren wick Thursday afternoon. The W. S. C. S. Mission Study will be held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Scott. Mrs. C.'B. Chipman has the devotions and Mrs. J. L. Miller will give the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Delbcrt Boycr, Armour, S. D.. spent Tuesday at the Allen Hinckley home. They are cousins of Mr. Hinckley. The' D. A. Teeters and Franz Teeters returned last week Monday from Ilock Island, 111., where they had attended the wedding of a granddaughter of the D. A. Teeters. The Clarence Larsons left Thursday lor their home 1 at Waterloo after a visit with their parents Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peter- prayer meeting, 8 p. m. Friday, cottage prayer meeting. Everybody welcome. Burt Presbyterian Church Ray K. Hill, Minisler Sunday, April 25-— 10 a. m., morning worship. Sermon, "The New Covenant" 11 a. m., Sunday school. Adult topic, "God's Standard for Life". 6:45 p. m., intermediate Westminster Fellowship, leader- Michael Scott 7:45 p. m., senior Westminster Fellowship, leader Joan McWhorter. The Methodist Church William S. Handy, Pastor The W. S. C. S. study group will meet on Wednesday, April 21. 2:30 p. m. al the home of Mrs. John Scott The choir will meet at Ihe church Wednesday, April 21 al 8 p. m. Sunday, April 25 — Sunday school, 10 a. m.. talk, Mrs. C. B. Chipman. Morning worship, 11 a. m.. sermon by Ihe pastor. M. Y. F. district convention at Estherville, 3-9 p. m. Fellowship supper and program Tuesday. May 4, auspices of the W. S. C. S. Burt—Mrs. J. P. Stow was was birthday dinner honor guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow here, and one ingredient of the salad was a home-grown tomato, undoubtedly first of the 1948 season in Kossuth. The explanation is that in one of Mrs. Slew's flower pols a to! mato plant somehow got a start ' and was allowed to grow lill the tomato ripened. son and Larson. Arthur are both Ensign Mr. and Mrs. George and Richard Campney ill with the mumps, and Mrs. Wallace Officer Jr. and children, San Francisco, Calif.; were to arrive Monday for a visit with his parents Supt and Mrs. W. B. Officer and with her parents in Algona. Ensign Officer has been in the nommunl- cations department of the U. S. navy. Full Gospel Church A. H. Kern. Pastor Sunday .-.choeil, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic service, i! p. m. Mid-week services: Wednesday Drop In at FISHER'S CAFE and Get One of Her Good, Old-Fashioned MEALS in Burt Custom Hatched Bring them in any time—please bring 50 eggs or more—no Goose eggs—but we will custom hatch turkey eggs and hen eggs from blood tested flocks. We have a few surplus chicks on hand. It will be wise to order your May or June chicks at once. Come in, write or call. NEALY HATCHERY BURT insurance Farm Liability Automobile Pickups Trucks and Tractors see NELS J. NELSON I'll ONE 159 Burt, Iowa Feed The Feico Way Felco Chick Mash Peat Litter Roiled Oats and Pig Starter Burt Co-operative Elevator Phpne 35 The elder Mrs, Slow, it Turned out, celebrated twice th^t day. In the evening Mr, and Mrs. Elza Woltz. Mr. oncl Mrs. Wayne Mann, and the F. O. Slows took lunch and went to Mrs. Stow's for the second Sunday celebration, She celebrated the birthday at a meeting Friday at Mrs. P. L. trommel's. Vbthodist S< S, Honors 26 ^ Perfect attendance records for the first quarter of 1948 in the Methodist Sunday school we're made in the nursery department by Bill Bartlell; kindergarten John Plait, Ronnie Tschetler,.and John Wilson; primary Tommy Potter, Dennis Schoby, Kenneth Butt. ,;:,/,. ' Junior department —-' Maryola Palmer, Ardis Reid, Carol Thompson, Charles Palmer, Dorothy Hags, Janet Scuffham, Audrey Sleinman, Calvirt Tschetter, Shirley Fitch, Jeanette Sorensen, Virginia Thompson. Joyce Brand, Richard Tultle, Edward Thompson-, Belle Dearchs, Marilyn Thompson, Patty Olson, Marion Pecoy, and Palsy Brand. New Twp. Trustees The board of "supervisors has appointed Verl Smith, Bancroft P. O., trustee in Seneca township lo succeed Leo Engesser, and Orville Anderson, LuVerne P. O., trustee in LuVerne '.township to succeed A. A. Schipull. Lone Rock Ladies Hear Musicians Lone Rock — The Lone Rock Ladies Aid met. Thursday afternoon til the home! "of Mrs.'J. M. Blanchard Sr.. with Mrs. Roger Jensen, Mrs. Merlon Larson, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard Jr. and Mrs. Alfred Sennit/, as hostesses. The meeting was opened with a song, scripture and a prayer. Roll call was taken by the secretary. The president thanked the hostesses for serving and welcomed Ihc guests. A motion was made and seconded to purchase a baptismal chalice for the church. Mrs. Wm. Schrader read a missionary letter. A motion was made and seconded to subscribe for another copy of the OulluoK. Mrs. Roy Jensen read a lisl of material needed fo 1 ' the White Cross. Mrs. Will Christenson gave a He'll Get Along All Right- Because His Is Coming From Cream Station • Phone 160 Sweetened 2 Ige. cans Orange Juice 49c Texsun 3 Igc. cans Glruit Juice 53c Chippcw 6 No. 2 cans E-JynePeas..59c Garden 2 No. 2'/i cans Pork & Beans.39c Pink Tall Can Scilinon SOc Pure Fruit Ib. jar Preserves 19c Keilcggs pkg. Variety-Pack 29c Candy Land 2 6-oz. bags M-mallows -27s Nestles Clioc. Aunt Jane Ib. bag Fresh Cookies 29c R. R. Valley 100 Ib. beg Cobblers _ 3.15 f Standby 14 or. bottle Catsup ,-^,.2U Free Cutter 2 Ib. bpx Velveeta .-..98c McMullens report on the Yduth fellowship workshop at Presbytery. Mrs.^W. J. Cotton gave ft report on the workable 'of m'ernbership, Mrs. A. A. Krueger gave a report on the workshop of program and Mrs. H. A. Blanchard gave the report on the workshop of treasurer. These were all taken from the-Presbytery meeting at Rock^ well City last week. The president suggested putting all the excess grease in one container to be made into soap to be sent to those in need. She also gave a general report on i-resbytery." The Lone Rock/ high school girls' sextet, who will'be entered in the state contest, sang two- numbers accompanied by Miss Patricia Heyer. Janet Krueger played two selections on the piano. Dick Jensen and .Dennis Priebe each played a selection on their instruments. Mrs. W. G. Flaig played two piano selections. Lunch was served to 24 members and 17 guests present. The next meeting will bl held May 6 at the home of Mrs. E*A. Lee with Mrs. Ronald Christenson as assisting hostess. NOTICE OF LETTING Sealed bids will be received at DAIRY MEN! We are ever ready io meet your needs for artificial breeding. Service for Hoi- slein, Guernsey, Brown Swiss and Shorthorn breeds is available. Phone Burt 162 DONALD KRUGER Technician the btflceof the Couht'y Auditof, Algonn, town.uhtll.3:00 P, M. April 28, 1048 for grading and 1ft* cldental work iftvalving 433,000 cubic yards of em-lh esceavau&rt, Bidding blanks and additional information may be secured at the office of the County EhgiMeer, Algona, Iowa L. J, Immerfall » County Auditof April 7, 1948, * /U16-16 — • •• - - - •/— • --NOTICE OP LETTING Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Alfjona, Iowa until 10:30 A. M, April 28, 1948 for furnishing KoS- stlth County the following material: 210,000 board feet of bridge lumber,, and 2800 lineal feet piling. Biding blanks and additional information may be secured at the office of the County Engineer, Algona, Iowa. L. J. Immerfall County Auditor April 7, 1948 U15-16 0 A N C E BANCROFT LEGION BALLROOM FRIDAY, APRIL 23 DELL LEE TUESDAY, APRIL 27 SCANDINAVIANS FRIDAY, APRIL 30 LYNN KERNS • ttcport or Condition oi BURT SAVINGS BANK or Hurl, In the Stntc of Inwfi nt HIP nlosp of business on Anrll \yi\i nun tiY the SUPERINTENDENT OF BANKING, 'STATE OF IOWA. UIB.^O. 1. Cash, bnlnnccs with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash Hems in process of collection -__ a 58 8BG 42 2. United States Government obligations, cured and" sTinrantoedll" BB^OBSisn 3. Obligations of States nnel oolitk-al subdivisions 210350 G. Loans and discounts (including 9.1.2D0.55 overdrafts] " 244 HO&'M i« n"J?., :lr , cm l s 55 <» v »<-'d $4.2UO.Ou. Hiniilui-e nnel fixtures $000.66 ..... 4,80u!oO "' 101AL ASSETS -i"f -A-B-T L TT .TE~S --------------- -W2.8GO.5G \ 3 ,' £, cmalld dp -Y> slts , of Individuals, partnerships and corporation3_-$71G,!)fi2.25 •1. lime deposits of individuals, pminerslilps, and corporations ..... 62,571.75 15 Deposts of Unjled States C.ovornmiml (including postal savings!. 337.17 10. Deposits ol States and political subdivisions... . 13179880 1!). TOT " '' J0 ' ou ... . TOTAL DEPOSITS . ....... 24 TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including suborcflnate'd obligations shown below) ...... ------ , ___________ ............. B $91170003 CAPITALACCOUN T'¥ 5U11.7UU.UJ ™ ^!rn?, « -— ........ - ........ ------ .......... ----------- ......... _____ « 25.000.00 2u Surplus _______________ • ____ • 27. Unolvided profits ......... ,/ ~~ ..... ----- ............. - ...... -211. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS::::::::;::"" ..... •- .......... •-•- 3U. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNT'S.""."" 'This bank's capital consists of: Common stock wiln loral par value of $25.000.00 We. HE. Raclnit, President; H. A. Thompson, Cashier and V. L. Lovslad, Assistant Cashier ol the above named bank do solemnly swear and affirm that Hie above statement Is true, and tnai this report Hilly and correctly rcpresems the true state of the several matters herein contained' and set forth, to the best of our knowledge and beliei. • H. E. RACHUT. President » H. A. THOMPSON, Cashier ....'»',„ V. L, LOVSTAD. Assistant Cashier Correct Attest— G. W. Patterson, G. W. Blcich, K. J. Smith', L. K. Linnan, R. I. Mawclsley, Directors. , Stale of Iowa, County of Kossuth. sa. ' Sworn to and subscribed before me this iGlh dav of April, 1918. L. R. Daniels, Kolary Public. My commission expires July 4th| 1!H8, (Seal) For Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailers) NEW TIRES—BATTERIES GARAGE SERVICE —See— CLIFF HOLDING Burt-Phone 165 UMMER Ladies and Misses Broadway Dresses—sizes 12 to 20. Spun Rayon and Crepe—plain colors ahd flowered designs. Special price for April Smith . Store FUNERAL HOME "WHERE REVERENCE AND ENSHRINE A SACRED MEMORY" Ambulance Service Day or Night f LAST STAG OF THE SEASON Wednesday, April 21st i >• American Legion Club Rooms , ,',. • Nagg Post No, 90 For Re-Election •» ' •• • /' Myron L Johnson Republican Ticket •UTTER MAKES THE BREAKFAST. Does someone in^'yqur, family begin,.the day handicapped by a half-hearted; breakfast? . Then • call'Jn 1 'the meal-time "magic- of Bufter, and'\yatch his appetite rc- ,sp'pnd.: Spread butter generously on his toast. Have plenty for his pancakes. Pop a chunk of butter on''.his boiled eggs. Breakfast' time or any time, the matchWs flavor of Butter does so much for other foods. Its natural g6ld color , conies from rich golden cream (if; takes four pints to make k pound of butter). For nutritipn, for 1 health, for downright 'goodness, Butter is still one of the,greatest values your money can buy.» Iowa Dairy Induifry Commission v •\ \ i 1 . Farmers™ We have just unloaded a car qf S TT1? 171 ^^ MM^R HR^M. flMIV POSTS i ^ Hurry «nd get youp needs today, < The supply won't lost long! Botsford Lumber Co. Phpne ?$$ . :.,

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