The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1948 · Page 12
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,' v * Uppfr Pit, Molnii foiitlay, July 13, fttff New Auxiliary Officers Take OverAf Burf Burt Elevator's Annual Meeting Held On Friday Burl — A good crowd of stockholders and their wives attended the annual Burt Cooperative Elevator stockholders' meeting held in the American Legion hall Friday evening. Preceding the business meeting the band, under the direction of Erna Baars, gave a concert. R. I. Mawdsley, president of . the organization presided at the meeting. Don Edison, secretary of the Farmers' Grain Dealers Association of Des Moines, read and explained the annual report which showed sales of $744,123.52 and a net profit of $26,431.06. J. L. Miller, manager, stated that a new corn drier had been installed during the past year, all the preferred stock had been paid off, and the last half of the 1946 patronage dividends was paid now. being Two directors were elected to succeed Elza Woltz and Fran/, Teeter. Delmar Angus and Franz Teeter were elected. After the business session Mr. Edison gave an address in which he spoke of the benefits of cooperatives, etc. A lunch was served by members of the American Legion Auxiliary. During the serving of lunch, music was furnished by Gary Kienitz, and Earl Zwiefel and Floyd Huisman, Titonka. Presbyterian Church Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, July 18 — 10 a. m., morning worship. Sermon, "The Tongue". Sundav school. 11 a. m., New Mumps Cases Several fresh cases of mumps have broken out the last few days. Among them are Mrs. Fred Davis and a son. The Hinckley twins. Marilyn and Carilyn, came Hfiwn the middle of the week. The Hinckleys are getting pretty tired ol the mumps as the children have been having them since the middle of May. Shortly after one child would recover, another would come down with them. The Hinckleys have five children and the twins are the last to come down, so they are hoping the mumps soon be over. ordeal will Ex-Resident Dies Word has been received by Burt friends of the death of Mrs. Stella Peters, a former Bflrt resident, who died July 2 at the «home of her daughter ' Mrs. Roy Moore, at Grand Rapids, Mich. Burial was at Dubuque. Mrs. Peters had been in poor health for a number of years and had made her home with her daughter for several years. Enter Training School Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Ryerson took their daughter Joyce to Indianola Sunday to attend a training school for Youth Crusaders this week. Thev stopped in Des Moines and picked up the son Kent, who went to Indianola with them. Circle Meeting Postponed The U and I Circle meeting has been postponed for a week. It will meet July 20 with Mrs. E. M. Toothman. Mrs. A. G. Volentine will be assisting hostess. Serves in Paper Institute Mrs. Carrie Christensen recently returned from Appleton, Wis., where she had spent a month at her son peorge Graham's. George is now administrative co-ordina- tor on the administrative staff of the Institute of Paper Chemistry, an educational and research organization supported by the paper industry. Picnic Dinner on Fourth Mr. and Mrs. August Bellinger and the Werner Streuckers, Algona. the Herman Bussies. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich, and Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland had a Fourth of July picnic dinner at the C. W. Reynolds home. Visitors From California Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thomas, Lake Crystal, Calif., visited from Sunday to Tuesday at Mrs. H. O. Buell's. Bake Sale Announced The third group of the Methodist W.S.C.S. will hj>ld a bake sale Saturday afternoon, July 10, at the cream station. Recital by Piano Pupils The piano pupils of Miss Ruth Hodgson will give a piano recital Monday evening, July 12, at the Presbyterian church. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING TOWN AND CITY ESTIMATE NOTICE—The Town Council of Burt, of Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet July 26. 194B, at 8 p. m., at Council Room. Taxpayers will be heard for or against, the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning April 1, : 1949. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated! will be available at the hearing. H. A. THOMPSON. Town Clerk. Expenditures For Year 1 2 FUNDS •si _____ $ 2,493 2,438 11,417 314 2,223 '$ 4,047 General Water Light Library Band—Regular Band—Educational Sewer Bunds _ Improvement Fund Bonds Grading Bonds TOTALS .$ 1U.OGO S 22,982 $ 18.15H 231 550 340 277 14,429 520 100 135 540 224 1G4 1,100 None 2,400 13,000 333 135 135 500 347 20.'! 500 $ 2,100 13,000 58 600 300 * 275 135 135 500 347 208 $ 15,658 $ 2,500 Estimated Taxes per $1.000.00 of assessed value, $949. Taxable valuation (1947) $263,396 Moneys and credits (1947) $106,395 BUDGET ESTIMATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICE — The Board of Directors of Algona Independent School District, Algona, Iowa, will meet July 23, 1948. at 7:30 P. M., at Administration Office, Algona High School. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures foi the year beginning July 1, 1948, and ending June 30, 1949. ,A di tailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated, will be available at the hearing. CHARLOTTE E. SHORE, District Secretary. Mrs. W. W, Boetteher spent Friday with Mrs. Emma Reimers at Fenton. Mrs. Alfred Chapman, Lake Arthur, La., Mrs. Tom Matson and son George, BrowrtWood, Texas, Mrs. Dora Bruer, Minneapolis, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Fenton, and Mrs. Charles Schemmel, Swea City, spent Thursday at the W. W. B'oettcher iome. Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. Matson are cousins and Mrs. Bruer is-an aunt of Mr. Boettch- The day Nine bridge club meets Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. W. W. Boettcher. Edwin Allen, Deep Water, Mo., visited the first of the week at :he home of his mother, Mrs. L. Daniels. Mrs. Gerald Brace, Lu Verne, EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR FUNDS 3 (-3 G 3 l-j 3 l-j ' (LI G 3 1-5 i General" -T--"$150,74(3; $196,1691205,100 None $ 47,300 $157,900 Textbooks and Supplies -- 2,080 TOTAL GENERAL F'ND $150,748 $196,169 $207,180 Pension— State System 1,600 Bonds and Interest 12,927 12,717 13,770 Special Courses Fund — 1,800 2,100 TOTAL ALL PURPOSES $163,675 $210,686 $224,650 Secretary's balance July 1, 1948— 1. GENERAL FUND —--' $ 26,859.11 3. Less Balance Reserved 26,859.11 2,080 $ 47,200 $159,980 1,600 13,770 2,100 $ 47,200 $177,450 Net Unencumbered Balance (G. F.)- *•? None SCHOOL HOUSE FUND $ 30,701.99 Est. tax per $1,00,0.00 assessed value $ 57.00 Number of census persons .of school age 6-1-48 Taxable valuation, 1947 ^inm-vc ^nH Credits, J9'J7 1387 : _~ $ 3,115,156 S 974 -P2 visited her mother, Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf, Wednesday. She also made a talk at the W. S. C. S. meeting that afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Day of Stanhope visited from last Sun; day to Tuesday at the G. O. McFarland home. On Monday the McFarlands and their guests, also the Cecil Longs, Titonka, and Laurence Riedels. Algona, fished at Lost Island lake. Tuesday the McFarlands and Days had dinner at Mrs. W. F. McFarlands, Bancroft. Melvin Graham has started working at the Consumer's Store n Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford, Vlarion, have been spending the past week with Mrs. Crawford's sister, Mrs. J. H. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell, accompanied by B. Bosworth, Cora Gibbons, and Mrs. Harry Kirk. Armstrong, attended the funeral of P. H. Atwood at Reinbeck on Monday morning. Mr. Atwood ,vas formerly associated with Central States at Armstrong. His son Harold, Sherman. Tex., vis- ted the Mitchells ,pn Wednesday. Mrs. Lottie Isenberger spent ast Wednesday and Thursday with friends at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stow and :wo children and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Godfredson and two daughter, Pensacola, Fla., arrived Tuesday for a visit with Mr. Stow's and Mrs. Godfredson's mother'. Mr.s J. P. Stow. The odfredsons are also visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. M. God- fredsori, Swea City. Mrs. Elmer Kienitz, Lakota, spent Thursday at the L. R. Danels home, helping ' Mrs. Daniels, her mother, celebrate her birthday. Mrs C.. W. Reynolds has been confined to her home by illness •Inee' Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bahling re- :urned, Wednesday from Mandan, D'., wh?re they had spent a few days visiting Mrs. Bahling's sister, Mrs. R. S. John, and family and : her nephew,; Merwyn John, and wife. • , • : Velma Daries," Armstrong, spent a few days ove$ the Fourth at the home of her aunt Mrs. Lydia Sorenson. Margaret Officer returned home Saturday from Estcs Park, where she had been working the past month. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Young of Osage spent Sunday and Monday at the home of Mrs. Young's mother Mrs. W. A. Peters. Mr and Mrs. O. H. Graham and Mr; and Mrs. J. D. Peters and Karen were also Sunday dinner guests at the Peters home. Mr. and Mrs. A.vC. Wickwire of Des Moines and TWr. and Mrs. Walter Burckle, Webster City, visited over the Fourth with Mrs. J. H. Graham. Mr. Wickwire is her brother, and Mrs. Burckle a sister. * Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Daniels, Mr. und Mrs. F. O. Stow, and Mrs. J. P. Stow were guests at a picnic dinner at the C. L. Phelps home, Monday. The George Crawfords, Mason City, visited Friday evening and Saturday at the A. G. Volentine and Gordon Whitmore homes. From here they went to LuVerne to visit the Walter Rugers Mrs Crawford is a daughter of the Volentines. Mrs. Walter Cowan, Mr. and Mrs C. A. Locker and children, Winclom, Minn., and Mr. and •Mrs. Max Thorman and family, Spencer, were over the week-end visitors at the John Scott home. Mrs. Cowan is an aunt and Mrs. Thorman a cousin of the Scotts. Mrs. Bertha Wallace returned Saturday from Mason City.where she had spent a couple of weeks visiting her sons. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Negus, Iowa City, and Mr. arid Mrs. Lon Watkins and son Jimrny, Store Lake, spent a week ago Sunday with Esther and Ruth Hodgson. Millens Qome for Fourth Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Millen of Mitchell, S. D., visited over the Fourth in Burt. Mrs. Millen is the former Mrs. Al Staehle. Mrs. R. C. Dremmel, son Donald, and two daughters visited over the Fourth with Mrs. Drem- mel'g parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sperry at Osakis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Peters and daughter Karen went' to Charles City Monday, and Mrs. Peters and Karen are spending a week with Mrs. Peters grandmother. "Ginger" Kickbush had her tonsils out one day last week. Jay p. Graham and his sons Leslie and Melvin \frent to Spirit Lake Sunday evening for a day's fishing. Dr. and Mrs. C. O. Patton, El Paso, 1U., spent the .weekend with ..their nieces, Esther and Ruth Hodgson, AtJfch Home P6fiW«a f»'Tfi(S FotW&na Pro^ re« .eiub jte:w;M»t, Thariaay, Uty 16th 1 With Mf;s, Vf6f6f Fitch! Burl—At the Amerleah Legion Auxiliary meeting last week Tuesday evening the ,f01i&wing new officers were instilled by Mrs. L. H. Schendk, assisted by Mrs. Jim Christensen; Mrs. Paul Olson, president; Mrs. Dick Potter, vice president; Mrs, 1 John Scott, secretary; Mrs. W, J, Lockwood, treasurer; Mrs. JiVn Christensen, sgt-at-armsi Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, historian; Mrs. 'J. L. Miller, chaplain; MrsrJ, C. Geesman, Mrs. W. W. Boettcher., and Mrs. O.,H. Graham, executive committee. The following committee chairmen wefe appointed: Emblems,' trophies and awards; (July) Mrs. O. H. Graham; publicity 'and radio , (August), Mrs. G. P. Hawcott; constitution (Sep- 1(ember), Mrs. R. S. McWhorter; membership and education of war orphans (October); TMrs. L. H, Schenck; membership,and national dues(November), Mrs. J. L. Miller; rehabilitation (December), Mrs, W. W. Boettcher; legislation and national, defense (January), Mrs. Glee Bullock; Americanism, (February), Mrs. Nels J, Nelson; community service (March), Mrs. Bill Garfhan; child waif are (April), Mrs. Charles Scott; poppies and memorials (May), Mrs. Jim XJhristensejn; junior- activities (June), Mrs. Helen Weiske. Is Guest At Home Of Pastor Handy Burl—The Rev. W. S. Handy and son Carl, went to Rochester, Minn., Wednesday to get- Mrs. Handy and her father, Richard Giermann, Omaha, Neb. They returned Thursday. Mr. Giermann had been going through the clinic. He will stay '.at the Handy home for the present. At Golden Wedding Burl—Mis. Henry Gettman and daughter Jean and Mrs. Wmi Batt attended the Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. •: Charles' McAdams at Swea City, Wednesday. Assisting JtMUUfib «r e Mesdames BerftftrcT PHefts, Donald doff and Martin LafSeh. new president Mi's. Howard Spaf&s afld other new officers fofi the year will begin their new duties, Mother, Bab* Home ., Mrs. ftaifth Dugati aftd new sort Royce Ralph cam6 home frow the hospital Saturday. The btfby was 4 a week old on Sunday, July 11, He has a brother Richard, 3 years old. Mrs. Jess Dugan is as- sisthig at the Ralph Dugan home a few days, Are 4>M Winners The Portland 4-H girls and I-'" ^ , ~^^ r « ^™* s.™ "*r jt**i w t, •*^ wl »-WB^^W «. * f V Dsdkated, VFW ^ detiMftett xtodfc* pile* ew; dlffift^.fehd'was -ift ^hafge af Mf^fPtia ^linfib, fjf esl* defivl^rt; EjfK&sl'Thtelj chaplain, find • 'tfSlbf JeaWS, . Edith Muth, Elaine F*bb B66kh61t flftd THere'Sfe The marker bears the tldn'si in-sigfila r a Maltese cfo§g, :er boys made a fine showing at the poultry day in, Algona, July 2nd. Two of the first high prizes and a fourth prtee going respectively to Ruth Phelps. her brother LeRoy Phelps and their cbusin Rollo Moore. These three young 4-H members are all gra'ndchih d'ren of Mr. and Mrs> Chas. Phelps. • -,...-•• Mr. and. Mrs. Tom Trenary entertained Mrs. Tom Evflrd and son Charles, Tell City, Ihd., the past week. The ''Visitors also spent a short time with other relatives here. Mrs. Evard-is cousin of Mr,.,Trenar.y. ' v ''• • • "^A' group of former neighbors and friends from here spent a day? recently with 'the Garnic ,USE THE WANT ADS (AU..BAN9 FARM E R S Let us serve your Harvest ahd V Threshing Crew Meals. Ma Fischer's Cafe Smith Dept. Store «*>*• All Right- Because His M(LK Is Coming From Burt Cream Station Phone 160 For Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailers) MEW TJRES—BATTERIES , GARAGE SERVICE , Jf—See— GLIFF HOLDING. Burt—Phone 165 BANK NOTES We here at the Burt Savings Bank at this time wish to consider with you the items not listed on our bank statements. These are the items of SERVICE AND GOOD WILL. The officers of this bank always endeaveor to give this community 8nd all of our customers and friends that kind of service which they should and have a right to expect from a good bank. They are always ready to discuss your financial problems with you and there is always the possibility that some solution may be arrived at that will work to the advantage of both the bank and our friends. This bank values very highly the Good Will of all of our Customers grid Friends, ( It is the constant Aim of this bank to so conduct its business that pur customers x will recommend it to their friends, '- . 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