The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1948 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 11, 1948
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TiMtday, Mtty 11, Burt Bi^h School ttteh Auditor aiaii»i ii PflO!»6SEB . brihg a dish towel for the Auxil- . , George Mafius is fcble t6 be out again aftef being confined lo his- home several Bays with his badk, which he injured while lifting an oil barrel, , > . / < "Bonhie Bristow recently spent a week with her grandparents) Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bristow. Her mother, Mrs. Mervin Bristow, Lit Verne, came after her , Mr. and Mirs, Ed Petefts,' DaV>- cnpott. spent last weekehd at the 4,ess Ditgan ' home. Mrs.' Peters and Mrs. Dugan are, sisters. ^ Mrs. Allen Hlndkley dttelfSdert the funeral "of ari iincle, C. C. Bads,' ^ffesi Bendl Friday. , ' 'Mrs. Ifjranz '.teeter, ivfrs. fid- mund Larsbn, and Mrs. Deah Andrews were guests at a Mother's Day tea at the Good Mope church Thursday afternoon. It was given by the Good Hope Society of Christian Service. Durward Moore, Ceuar Rapids, visited from ' Thursday to Saturday with his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. He and his mother visited Friday a,t the home of his sister,' Mrs. Leonard 'Schmidt at Bode. Commencement Exercises Set For Thursday, 20 Burt—A class of 18 will graduate from Eurt high school this There arc 11 girls and seven boys in the class. , 'Die first o f commencement activities took place April 23, with the senior class play, previously reported. The Junior- Senior banquet was held last Friday. Baccalaureate services will be held Sunday, May 16. Rev. W. S. Handy will deliver the sermon, in the school auditorium. Commencement exercises will be held Thursday evening. May 20. The commencement speaker will be Bruce Gates, president of the Gates Business, college, Waterloo. Members of the senior class include Shirley Lockvvood, Gwen Mann, Harold Reimers, James Carman, Helen Gettman, Helen Graham, Jack McMullen, Eugene Meyer, Kaye Holding, Kathleen Grocn, Jane Keith, Jo Ann Shipler. Betty Jean Batt, Lester Steward, Eoverly Marilyn Ditsworth. Ditsworth, Leonard Lampc and Jean Leeper. James Carman is class presidint: Harold Reimers, vice president: and Gwen Mann is Secretary-treasurer. Class sponsor is Erna Baars. Copf. Schroder Back From Japan On 30-Days Leave, Burl—Capt. Clarence Schrader i is spending a 30-day sick leave' iiere with his mother. Mrs. C. H. Schrader, and other relatives. Capt. Schrader re-.t-ntly returned from Japan, where he served two years. He was with the muitasy government section at Yoko- ioma. He was evacuated to this country because he was suffering with asthma. BoJ'ore returning home he was a patient for three weeks at the Oliver General hospital at Augusta, Ga. He is now awaiting a new assignment of duty. Last Wednesday afternoon he spoke at the Presbyterian Woman's Council meeting. Last Sunday all the Schrader brothers were at home. Clayton Schrader, who works at Jewell, and Max, who is a student at Ames, were home for the weekend. Bancroft Thursday evening. The initiatory work was put on by members of the Armstrong. Buffalo Center, and Burt chapters. Mrs. J. L. Miller acted as worthy matron: O. H. Graham, W. P.; M. O. Richard. A. P.; Mrs. Clifford Holding, Electa; Mrs. Lillian Fredrickson, marshal!; and Mrs. G. H. McMullen, chaplain. Others attending from Burt' included Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill, Mrs. Nelle Dremmel, Mrs. W. H. Vogel, Mrs. W. S. Handy, J. L. Miller, Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Mrs. R. C. Dremmel, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson, Mrs. C. B. Chipman and Lulu Hawcott, Mrs. Walter Sor- cnson and Mrs. M. O. Richards. New Range Installed The American Legion Last Rites, A. Van Steenberge, At Bancroft, 3rd Burt—Funeral services for A. M. Van Steenberge, 85-year-old farmer who had lived about 3'-j miles north of Burt the past 20 years, were held Monday morn;, V r A/I.,.. 3 at St John's Catho- 1; - Church, Bancroft. Burial was St. John's cemetery.. Mr. Van Steenberge' died May 1 following an illness of several Weeks. Both he and Mrs. Van Steenberge had planned lo go to Bel- "ium this sprinq and had their tickets bought to sail April 26. He gave up the trip, but Mrs. Van Steenberge planned to go until shortly before the date, when he had become so much worse that she cancelled their reservations. Mr. Van Stc-enbergp was born Dec. 26, 1B62, in Beluium. He first came to the United States m 1880 and between then and 1919 made about 40 trips to Belgium and back, being an importer nf Belgian horses. During this period he lived at 17:1 u rax and Ogden until 1928, when they moved to the farm near Burt. On January 13. 1894, he was married to Ostavie Van Damme 'n Roleium. To this union one daughter and two sons were nnm. His wife died August 27 19H). at Ogdon. In 1920 he was married to Clara Mortens at Oa- don. He is survived by his wife and three daughters. M'-s. Louise rvLanoit of Badger, la., Mrs. Naoma Chinman, who with her husband is living on tli» pa'-ents' farm, and Beverly Van Steenberge, Thawville '11.. also by eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren and two sisters in Belgium. The three daughters and several grandchildren were here for the funeral. Auxiliary met last Tuesday evening in the Legion hall. A new gas range was installed in the kitchen that afternoon. Plans were made for Memorial Day services. Mrs. G. P. Hawcott is poppy chairman this year. Poppies made by disabled war veterans will be on sale the Saturday preceding Memorial day. Iowa City Visitors Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel left Friday for Iowa City to spend a few days with their daughter Mrs. Robert Melville and family. Their little grandson Bobbie was suffering from an ear infection. Elvidge Sells Business Ronald Elvidge and sons, of Waterloo, spent from Tuesday to Thursday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Elvidge and Mrs. Elvidge's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Mr. Elvidge has sold out his business in Waterloo to his partner, Merwyn Bahling. He is now looking up a new location. Plan Church Dinner Mrs. Art Alexander and Mrs. Edward Rich met with Mrs. Ray I Smith last Thursday morning to I plan the menu for the dinner at and Good Hope church for Rural School day, which will be held Friday. Mrs. E. M. Toothman, Betty Bates and Mrs. Mlevin Knoll and two sons of Baltimore, Md., who are visiting in Algona, were supper guests at the H. R. Chantland home in Bode, Tuesday evening. The Homer Bristnvvs, who have been living in the upstairs apaj't- ment in the Fridolf Soderberg home, moved Thursday., to Triumph, Minn., where Mr. Bristow has a job. Mrs. C. B. Chipman and son Richard attended the funeral of A. M. Van Steenberge at the Bancroft Catholic church last Tuesday morning. Mr. Van Steenberge, who had lived on a farm about miles north of Burt the past 20 years, was past 80 years of age. Helen Graham underwent an operation for appendicitis at the. General hospital in Algona Bonday evening. Helen is a member of this year's graduating class. Dr. R. H. Thompson attended a dental convention in Des Moin'es last Monday. Several . new cases of mumps have developed this week. Among them are Linda Rash, Jean Gettman. C. V. Schrader and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Schrader spent the weekend in Minneapolis. = Mrs, Ronald Ortman , has ill with thfififlu. .Hattie" Schrader assisted at the Ortman home 'during her illness. The Don Mitchells and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Williams spent the weekend in the cities and at the E. C. Barber home at Mound, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell and the three older children attended Burt Veteran's Body Due Home The casketed remains of Private First Class Richard W. Batt, a World War II deceased member of.the army from Burt being returned from overseas for final burial, will aTrive in .Algona within the next month accompanied by a uniformed army escort from the Chicago Distribution Center of the American Graves Registration Division. The body of Private First, Class Batt was interred' in the ; St. Juan temporary military cemetery, in France, but has be4n returned ,to this country for final' interment . pf lot to the aetiiai delivery, Aut matically at this' tin¥t a telegfatti will be .sent, to the,, consljjnee-r In mdsteaseS trje ,&ittefftl dfrettof designated by, ,the next ttf/felh to ' receive th« 'tfre day and even the hour of arrival as well as the narne of the accom panyiftg i|riifortaed.,eseort. , , ,, William S. Handy, Pastor The , choir will meet at the church Wednesday at 8;ptt p. m. Sunday. "U&yt, 16; ,1'948 /Sunday 1 ^cftb'61,' lOlQb ai tt, Mo.r'ning worship;:iflt!0'. a. "m. i '$ermori by the* p&stdf. ( / The W,.s;,C. S. Mission Study will me'et Wednesday, May. 19, at the home of 'Mrs., Lance Riebhoff. The church trustees, the parsonage committee of the W. S. C. S. and the the Fidelis "rug" committee of class met at the church Wednesday, May ' fj. to consider the r'epafrs./'ahd i'rri- provements whiph ar,e 'heeded at the church ahd parsonage. . The' W. S. ,C. S.-met' at' Ihfe church Wednesday, 'May 5, 'A good number were present. The society voted to help .sponsor delegations to Camp Quest and Camp Methodji this summer. ' Burt' Presbyterian Church . .. Ray K.. Hill, Minister Sunday, May ,18: .... , •-,. 10:00 a. m. Morning wor'sliirj. . Sermon, "Faith for Tomor!row". 11:00. a. m. Sunday school. • Adult topic, "Giving Our ' Best' in', Worship". , . , ( i Recent irhprpVemerits,', in.' the property ,of '.the '..Presbyterian, church include' the : redecor'ajjibh;. of. the Sunday, s'cliool Toq'rns ^nfii kitchen;{and the,- 'cpmpletion :{'<$] the. installation 'of a ' 'new 'Oil-; burning furnace.-. _...,., .... i i von luwiiBiu^ MICIH.C i«»"""q.j—r= -»7i Southeast corner of Seetibfl lMf-2fl, Said'«ad 16 M-sufl^d ^tth.gfavel. to iftclude the John" Er{5eldirig .. s^Vv.?. 1 / ~. - u Bej-rtice SchradV _.—.-StiSWU ex sch , Chafles J. Kutill and ' </• 1 Mi 15 IB 16 16 s 05 '5 95 95 95 95 05 95 28 28 •28 28 28 .28 ,28 28 28 28 28 28 28 28 •f. 1 f I I OB.U PCUI.UU w.» — on foe hearing before the Board Of Supervisors at their office in the Cotirt House in Algona, Iowa, at 2.30 o'clock P. M. on the 27'day of May 1948, at Which time all persons interested therein may appear'and be 1 heard in the matter. -.Dated at Algona; Iowa WE 5th dayof May, 1948 019-20 n in)B oin uay. ui " la fj. *«""• , .. L. J. BMMERPALL, County Auditor NOTICE OF HEARING V ON EStABtfSftMl&for OF SECONDARy ROAD;NC-tt&S ., ; >.,,.,«;.,-,.. ; Notice is 'hereby .given that there has tieen; filed in'the office '"of:-; the County Auditor of Kpssuth-County, Iowa a petition for the estab-' lishment of a district for surfacing the following described secondary road. , Commencing at the Southwest corner of Section 22-96-29 Union Township; thence running North for a distance of one mile to the Northwest corner of Section 22-96-29. Said road to be surfaced with gravel, Said district to include the following real estate.. Owner Description Sec. Twp. Rng. Metropolitan Life Ins. Co...-* NEVi ex. sch 21 96 29 George Kohl WVfeSE'/t 21 96 29 William A. Cordingley Jr., et al EVfeSE% 21 ,96 29 Earl & Julia Taylor :NW% 22 96 29 Ralph'Taylor _.'.. - W'/ 2 SW»/i 22 ..96 ,.'29 Theodore R. Chrischilles et al _E%SWV4 22. 96 .• .29 Said petition will come on for hearing before'the Board of Siip- Manqles A Foot Burt: Oscar Johnson, north of Burt farmer, had one of his feet bgdlv iniured in a power lawn niower Thursday afternoon. It was thought no bones were injured, but the flesh was badly mangled. New Dryer Operating The Campbell Dryer, which was purchased by the Farmers' Elevator last fall, has now been installed, the work being completed last week. Martin Chrislensen, Woden, did the work of installation. This makes a nice improvement for the elevator. Eastern Slar Fellowship Three carloads of Burt Eastern Stars attended the Friendship Nit-lit of Swea City chapter at He'll Get Along All Right- Because His MILK Is Coming From Burt Cream Station Phone Feed The Felco Way Felco Chick Mash Peat Litter Pig Starter Fertilizer on Hand 2-12-6 0-20-0 4-12-4 Burt Co-Operative Elevator Phone 35 D AN C E DANCE DANCE Figueroa Ballroom UVER/vJORE, IOWA THURSDAY, MAY 13 LYNN KEARNS " THURSDAY, MAY 20 Al MENKE Coming in Person May 27 BERNIE CUMMINGS U19-20 Insurance Farm Liability Automobile Pickups Trucks and Tractors see NELSJ. NELSON PHONE 159 Burt, Iowa For Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailers) NEW TIRES—BATTERIES GARAGE SERVICE ""'''• •"' — See— " ' CLIFF HOLDING Burt—Phone 165 Ut us measure you for tha> new suit, You'll get finarter style, finer fabric, perfect fit ... and ypu'll be pleas* antly surprised at the rea* jonab/e price?, C°m» in and look arpynd. SMITH DIPT: StORi BURT, IOWA See Our Line Of Bottled Gas Stoves SCHRADER HARDWARE ELECTRIC MOTOR REWINDING and REPAIR Mitchell Elec. Shop Burt/ Iowa . Adttttistmtnl From where I sit,,. Joe Marsh Jeb Had the Folks in Stitches! : At the Friday Night Social, Jeb Crowcll had the audience in )n our town, for instance: Some folks like band concerts, others stitches — doing a take-off on the 'don't —some families serve beer blustering character who belittles with dinner, others, buttermilk — and as for politics, there's plenty of healthy disagreement, folks the right to think or act as they choose,,, po, ^ye're l|kf you -r-we don't believe in Jt, whether it everybody and everything that isn't from his own home town. ' Well, we can laugh at that sovt of character because from where I sit, Americans are just the opposite. We like to boast a bit perhaps, about the paint job on the new barn, or the missus' style of cooking—but we aren't intolerant of people who don't think or act exactly the same way we do. goes fpr serving begr, or speakinjj one's nund on public affairs, Copyright, 144R, Vuiffd State'} grwerf fgjinjj<m'»/i BANK NOTES Indispensable to ^he profitable operation of a farm-tor bosln«iss( to the proper malntenanee of records; to' the generaf v/elfare of your family is an account in a good bank. During these busy times, we are fas dose to you as i your mail box.. VVe I have special envelopes qiid torms to take care ; of this business. Ask us to 'eWplaiii' our Bank by mail plan. We also have loans' tailored* for any fegit!- need or purpose: : ~ AUTOMOBILE LOANS LIFE INSURANCE LOANS FARM LOANS , ' TOWN PROPERTY LOANS COMMERCIAL LOANS G. I. LOANS F. H. A. LOANS It is our desire to so handle your business that you will recommend Us to your friends. BURT SAVINGS BANK BURT, IOWA H: E. Rachul. Pres. 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