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Tuesday, July 50 y 1948 Mrs. Cidney Laird teiurned Wednesday evening from Des .Moines where she spent several weeks at the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Stewart Barnes. The Barnes' have a new son which gives them a family of two boys. Guests at., the' W. C. Taylor liomo last week were Mrs. Ethel Morrow of Ogden, Utah, and Mr. .and Mrs. Clarence Miller and their grandson, C. T. Miller of Lincoln, Nebr. The women arc Mr. Taylor's aunts. They left Friday morning for their homes, going by way of Chariton. Mrs. Donald Cash of Philadelphia, earhfe ; last week to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson. Mrs. L. P. Siillman, of Dolliver, mother of Judge G. W. Stillman of Algona, who is a patient at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, is making good recovery. Mrs. Florence VanderWill, manager of the Kossuth hospital, had as guest's Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Ingalls of Sheldon. Shirley Menage of Rock Rapids, spent Thursday and Friday here with Mary VanderWill. The girls wore friends through grade and high school ancl now are college classmates. Mary and her mother took the guest to Emmetsburg to get a bus for her home on Saturday. Roger Burgess, who attended the first half summer school at Morningside college, joined his parents, at Lake Okoboji last week, for the remainder of the summer. His sister Muriel, also a Morningside student, has spent the sumirter at the lakes where she is working in the dining hall at the Methodist camp. Dilman Schweiieri, who is employed at Deckers in Mason City;" spent the weekend at Burt. Mr. Schweitert is historian for the Burt Legion ancl last year he won first place on his history. The trip this weekend was made specially to get clippings of recent veteran's funerals which are to be included in this year's history. Steve Tjaden of Tilonka, and his daughter Marjorie had business in Algona Friday forenoon. Mr. Tjaden said oats harvest in his vicinity was just beginning. But no yields had yet been reported. Rev. F. Earl Burgess, who with Mrs. Chester Kingsley, el Ocala, Mrs! T. C. Sherman. Mrs. Sherman is convalescing from a faL she had prior to her daughter's arrival, and was able to be downtown the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sprague and family returned Saturday from a week's vaaction. Their trip took them to Fort Dodge, Grinnell, Pekin, 111., and Cedar Rapids. Mr, and Mrs. Lee Severson returned last week from LaMoure, N. p., where they spent their vacation. They were accompanied by the latter's mother, Mrs. M. M. Jorvo, who will remain here for a visit. The Seversons 'recently moved into the Monlux apartment. Jean Fitch spent the weekend in Algona with friends. She is •mployed by the Cherry-Burrell Co., at Cedar Rapids. Jean was .'ormerly employed at the creamery here. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sorenson -spent Sunday at Graettinger with Mrs. Elixabelh Morlan and Mr. md Mrs. Bob Simonsen. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Stokes have ns visitors their daughter, Mrs. J. I. Emmerson ancl Roxanne, of Wollaston, Mass., who j:ame last ,veek Tuesday and wilPremain a 'orlnight, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Steven look he hitter's sister, Marilyn Burghardt, daughter of Mrs. Elder Burghardl, to her home at Britt, Sunday, following her visit here . Mary Sdtarisdfl had as r8- phoned relatives here of her & juesls.her daughter; attd son- "-««« ««*.^ui«* ^^ , In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kinseth, of Muntington 'Park. .Calif., and Mr, and Mrs. Fitch, of Pomo- heTtl fh-ey went and na, C'alif, •to. Canada. M*, and Mrs. the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Allen spent last weekend at Slickers Grundy his family is spending the summer at the Okobojis, was homo Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holzhammer left Monday for Clear Lake where they will spend 10 clays at a camp for Episcopalian youths. Mr. Holzhammer is to be recreational director for the boys ancl Mrs. Holy.hammer will serve as counselor. Mr. ahd Mrs. Robert Fraser of Salina, Kans. Former Algonans, are parents of a daughter, Judith Susan, born July 12. weight 9 Ibs. 4 oz. There are two boys, Roger ancl Richard, in the family. Mr. Fraser is foreman of a carpenter crew now building three houses for a construction company. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Spear of Des Moines, and their children Russell and Julie spent last Friday and Saturday at the Joe Fraser home here. Mr. Spear ancl Mrs. Fraser are brother ancl sister. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Poush went to-Iowa City last Monday where Mr. Poush was to have a checkup at the University hospital. Following that they' were to visit the parents homes at Ottumwa and Pella. Mr. Poush, through the Veteran's administration, is being given an automobile equipped for handicaopod veterans. Mr. and Mr?.. Don Clappsaddle and son arrived last week to visit at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle. Don ft stationed at the air base at Fort Worth, Texas. He- has an Hi dav k-ave. Center with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Slickers. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Sireii have as guest Mrs. Martin Coonan, of Emmetsburg, who was brought here Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. Milton Morling. Mrs. Coonan will remain several days. Mrs. Sherwood Potter, of Emmetsburg, spent Thursday with her parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Hugh RatK'.y. Allen Keith, of Burbank, Calif., who has been visiting Mrs. Nellie Van Allen and other relatives, returned home July 12, having concluded a visit of a month. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Keith. A. L. Long accompanied Don Hutchins as far as Wellsyillc, Pa., Saturday, and will remain a fow» clays with Mr. and Mrs. Glee Pitcher. Don went on to New York City to hrimj home his daughters, Sandra ancl Karen who have been making their home with their uncle ancl aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchins. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Schweppe had as guests from last week Sunday till Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schweppe, Jimmy and Judy, of Madison....Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shore went to Sioux City, Wednesday, to attend funeral service for C. C. Small, the former's brother-in- law. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Windell went to\ Redfield, Saturday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. James Altwegg. They expect to be gone several clays. Mr. and Mrs. William Ringgenberg spent last week Sunday at Blue Earth, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Abe Tuttle. Monday, Mr. ancl Mrs. Tuttle accompanied by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Tuttle, came from Blue Earth and brought with them C. S. Tuttle, of Chicago, 111., who remained for a few clays visit with the Ringgenbergs and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lighter. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thaves, and Mrs. Esther Helberg spent last week Sunday at Madrid, the Guderians and Thaves with Mr. and Mrs. Julius Thaves, and Mrs. Helberg with Mrs. Kate Burkey. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ross had as recent guests Mrs. Stanley Larson, Mr .and Mrs. Ray Co61* left Friday s for n Vacation in Yellowstone National Park. 'Dufing their ab- sgnce the Pfatt's sons, Jim anc Dick are with Mr. and Mrs 1 . F. M .Gahey, at Victor ahd Larry is with Mr, and Mrs. Merle Pratt. The Cook's son Don will be with Mi's Daisy Cook. Mr..and Mrs. Arthur ttiedel had as guests last week Sunday, Raymond and Delmar Schmidt, of Austin, Minn. Last week Monday they were visited by Helen, Marva and Dolores Schmidt, of Lone Rock, and Joan Kurt?:, of Lake Mills, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. James Schneider went to Pocahontas last week Sunday and spent the day with 1 "—'-•-- Zatloukal, Harriet and ^ Mfs. Barnej; dastef Friday fro 111, < with Martin Julia. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoby had as visitors last week Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Fuller, of Edmonton, Canada, who returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kahn of | Merle Ross, and Leonard Briggs, Cheyenne, Wyo., returned to their home Saturday after spending the past week or ten davs here with relatives and friends. Mrs. Kahn is the former Ruby Potter. Mrs. W. H. Wolle and Miss Hazel Hemb'd of Belmond. spent Sunday here with Mrs. Wolle's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lynk. J. J. Cosgrove, teacher a» the Eldora Training School for Boys, whose illness was reported in a recent paper, is now sufficiently improved to be moved to Mercy lospital at Mason City. of Des Moines, who spent four days here. Mr .and Mrs. Harold Roth. Marian ancl Katnerine, were dinner gue-sts Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haag at Whittcmore. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Rejnders had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs, Bob De Haan and twin sons Ki ith and Kent, of Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Lallier and son Leo, and a niece Rose Marie Metx, of Wesley, returned Friday from a two weeks vacation with relatives in Illinois and Wisconsin. House For Sale Bids will be received until August 1, by the, Board of Directors of the Algona Cooperative Creamery Co., on the house located just east qf the Creamery buildings. House to be removed from lot. ALGONA CO-OP. CEAMERY CO. Mrs. Fred Schoby drove to Spirit Lake, Sunday, to bring home her daughter Margery who nas been attending the Methodist Youth camn there. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Christensen have moved here from Boone and are living in the apartment "ormerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Elliott. Both men are lighway patrolmen. Mrs. Elliott s visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dorsey at Appleton, Wis. 4f Rosalie Halpm and Janice Hana have returned from San Carlos, ^alif.. where they visited Mr. and tfrs. Warren Lasser, brolher-in- aw and sister of Rosalie. .Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sandberg vere viistdd briefly, Saturday, by Wr. and Mrs. M. Sandberg, of Lake Mills, and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Myhre, of Albert Lea, Minn., who were en route to Los Angeles. Bert Sankey, son of Mrs. Clara Sankey, enlisted in the navy and left July 6 for San Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Schleusner spent last week Sunday at Garner with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schleusner and to see their son Buddy who is spending some time with his uncle and aunt. Mrs. H. J. Sherman returned last week Sunday from a visit in California with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Monson, at Santa Monica, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Durkin, at San 3iego, and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Sherman, at Brentwood. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Scott, ^aomi, Marilyn, Beatta, Conrad, Richard, Roland and Myron spent a few days last week with Mr. md Mrs. Anson Scott at Gray laglc, Minn. Mrs. Raymond Harr, Susan Rae ancl Michael, came from Humboldt to spend the weekend at the parental J. P. Smith home. Myrtle TurnUaugh, who has ieen seriously sick with pneumon- a, is improving a little but will be confined to bed for .some time. Reports from the bedside of VTrs. C.' L. Ingersoll, who was taken to a hospital at Cedar Rapids •ecently, give no hope for her recovery. Her son Tyrell has tele- «W< '<="»"*==>• , . i- Beulaft.KrejSef of Of Ida, MfeH., i§ vHiHrijf i of her uncle,' Heflrjr *,. during her vaaction. Miss ' is an instructor in T " Grarld Rapids high » Mr, and Mfg. MV spent last week SxftfdSy at City with Mr. and Mrs. To liamson. , Mrs. Minnta Swehet has had as guest Mrs. Sophia Sarrisdn. df Mitchell, S. D., who came last Wednesday and remained a few days. Mr. and Mrs. William i_ Ichncr and Mrs. Nellie Van wenl to Park Rapids, Saturday! to visil Mrs. E. W. Benson. Mrs. Roland White, In* former Madonna Quinn, came from Hond- lulu, Hawaii, June 29, attd ds 1 at Lake Okoboji with her sister^. Mrs. Joel Herbst, Mrs. Roy Ghris- lensen and Mrs. Peter Chubb and family of Santa Monica, Calif., and her-mother Mrs. Mary Quinn Mr. White will join his wifd'"ih August, and they will remain in the slates till Seplember. Paul James went to Watefl6o, Sunday, to bring home his Wife and daughters Beverly and Eve- ':yn, and Ruth Steinman who had Deen visiting Mr .and Mrs. Kenneth Burtis. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Brown are parents of a daughter borh ibout two weeks ago in a Penn L sylvania hospital. Mrs. BroWn is he former Harriet Brown. Her lusband recently completed a course in law at a school in South Carolina and he and his wife .vcrc en route to New York City on business. They had stopped at a hotel in Pennsylvania and Mrg. Brown entered a hospital where the child was born prematurely.'; Mrs. James Will and Phyllis Kelly spent Thursday and Friday at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Straiten and children of Hayfield, spent Sunday visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. WaJter Will. Miss Marian Zeigler and Mrs. Earl Zeigler spent the pasl week vacationing in Chicago with Miss Virginia Zeigler who is employed there. : and day at the. WpjJbtW^ottage on Lake OkotoSJl. Th&yisil enjaved a p-lcnlc Itjneh at liotth. ,Ma» Flail and DM.- Jensen staged urttl Lone Rock Gr ant! Moii J& '•Mrs. Midori Marlow 'and Rirfgfha tin . . e . a«d .Strsm Mrs. Kdnatd day evening -td attend thi Ydiith For Christ metsttng thtfi. The jadflar-Tfflii SHciely eet ThursdflV' afterrtoofl, Jerry* Mtt, fi. sen, Dick and Jefrtf, MfS. - W. 22nd, at tjtt rs. H. A. ufeh basement < aftchard and Mr| t NeW ack'ef wiff Sjsl|ng ' ' -®' df, the Missions ah'd and Max, Mrs. 'Roy' Jensen pie Jo, Mitt, Roger JefiSefh ana jjarry, o in Lofie fiends and relative's', The supper guests at the.Fre to fill Thl* Item * feti '&r'f-,' 1 urn$r Combination tertained thfe Burt Birthda .club aftevftoon, at a" belated birthday pdrt oll, Jr., and • in- . , ., fant daughter, ' Lihda ' Mae $325, <A •> « * J» Thorn Over, and Name Your Price. (.^- fr Cewe in. Look ' J. P. Wedding Don Wilbers and Alice Kading both of Minneapolis, were maiy vied in Algona Saturday by Jus'- tice J. B. Johnston. It was the fourth marriage for the groom and the third for the bride. Witnesses were Wallace and Edna Lentz. • ' - Many. Iowa dairymen report Rood results with mixing DDT wcltable powder in the whitel- wash which they use in then- barns. It helps control flies. ' ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES Published by the •' Upper DCS Moines Publishing Cd. J. W. Haggard, R. B. Waller and ''- C. S. Erlander T Entered as Second 1 Class Matter at the Postoffice at Algona, lowd, under act of Congress of March 2 1879. Issued Weekly. : TRUTH #» PARADE ! PROM EARLY DAYS, WHEN GUESTS WHO WERE fUNWEL.COME WERE SERVED COLD SHOULDER , IN PLACE OF CUSTOMARY GOOD HOT MEAT WITH MEALS SERVED TO WELCOME GUESTS. This is the tenth week of our contest—just four more to go. You get one trading stamp with each $1 you spend for merchandise in our store. Stamps are worth Vic at the end of 14 weeks. Stamps will be given this week on merchandise as listed below: - •• • i - Frigidalre Home Freezer—12 Cu. Ft. 1000 Stamps Calcinator Electric Home Disposal — > 1000 Stamps Hamilton Beach Tank Type Sweeper 600 Stamps Frigidaire 54" Porcelain Sink 800 Stamps Frigidaire Electric Range—Mode 10 900 S;amps V Maytag Dutch Oven Gas Range ——1000 Stamps- Double Drain Tubs—Pairs or Singles < 100 Stamps—- Iowa Cream Separators-1000 Ib. Cap, -750 Stamps*—— / CRILLY APPLIANCES PH9NE 399 HmAN AND STATf Mr.' ahd Mrs. Wilfred Mueller and boy^af ftingsted spent-Wednesday-''evening at the Clifford Mueller home. Mrs. Angle Ranney of Huron, S. D., came Thursday for tf few days 'Visit at the home of her niece,-Mrs. Rby Jensen and fam* ily. - . Mr. and Mrs. Cteo. Crow and family of Barber, Mo., returned home with R. T.-Angus an'd Bob this week to visit for a' few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, and daughters, Mr. s and Mrs. Geo. Crow a«d family, R. T. Angus and Grace enjoyed a trip Wednesday to the Little Brown church at Nashua and also seeing an exhibit df clocks at Spillvllle. Mr*iMd Mrs. M. O. Richards and family**stient Thursday evening visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bilsborough at. Algona. Her dad has been ill lately. Mrs. Lydia WetieJ and Mrs; Clara Pompe attended a birthday party in honor of Mrs. Art Zu- nach Tuesday evening. Mi=s. Kvelyn Earing, Mrs. Ethel VIcChesney, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pettit spent Saturday in Emmetsburg Visiting Mrs. Dorothy Howe home Friday from the' 'Koss'iith hospital in Algonav Her mother 1 , Mrs. A. L. Jackrhan Is ' ' With them for 1 ft while.' Mrs. John' Trunkhill, of Burt spent Wednesday ' " ' Thursday at " home. Mr. and Mrs. La Verne' ...., merstrom and ,Eileen, Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Ronny spent Tuesday evening visiting Mrs. Dale Jensen at Algona. / L Mr.- and Mrs. La Verne Ham- •nerslrom - and Eileen, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Person, Mrs, Selma Hammerstrom spent Thursday evening visiting Mi', and Mrs. Fleinhold Person and Howard at Swea City. Rev. and Mrs. Reith and family, 3urt, were Tuesday evening sup- 3er gueslsiat the Ralph Bierstedt lome. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND nECbRDING OF FILING " COUNTY ESTIMATE NOTICE—The board of supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa, will meet August 14. 1948. at 8:30 A.M., at the Court House, Algonn, Iowa. Taxpayers will be heard for or ngainst the following estimate of expenditures for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1049. . L. J. IMMERFALL, County Auditor FUNDS Expenditures for Year For Year IFor Year 1940 General 116,177. Court Expense • Poor State Institution •-— :. County Insane County School 2,146. 3D.910. 24,524. 16,500. 2,190. 1,646. Soldiers' Relief Bovine Tuberculosis Court House Bonds Emergency 20,000. County Assessor Board of Education Fair Grounds & 4-K .. 5,701. Bang's Disease 948. A. Cnst. li mill (309.6). 103.723. B. Cnst. % mill (309.7).. C. Mnt. 2 m. (309.11) 282,854. D. Mnt. 5 m. (309.11) E. Optl. % mill (309.14). F. Road Clearing % mill (317.19) Weed Eradication 1947 'i 34,0887 3.329. . 71,500. 28,032. 31,999. 2,520. 10,536. 27.732. *" ill 145,0"00. 8,500. 87,000. 50,000. 8,000. 35,000. 6,000. 2,500. 50,000. 50,000. 25,000. 26,310. 5,000. 2,500. 478,000. 5,101. 958. 291,678. Inc. in above , 377,335. 400,000: Inc. in' above v 30,00<T. 40,000. 6,500. 2,000. 2,000. 8,000. 1,000. 1.500. 500. 300.000. 4,000. 3,000. •g H'd -*-* O O 2 E **'*• I8^g j&iSSjL* 53,000.' 90,01 0.500. 00,000, 25,000. 5,000. 10,000. 150.000. 20,000. TOTALS _.. J ..^.'..^. r . 682.334. 984,814. 1.455.310.' 321JOOT Estimated taxes per 31,000 6! assessed value $11.73. ~~ 45,000; 25,000. 5.000. 1,000, 50,000. 50,000. 25,000. 20,310. 5,000. 2,000. 12,500. 15,500, 140,000. 240,000. 30,000. 30,000. 4.500. 265.000. 800.310; u2!)-30a •/Notice is hereby given that the following described prop- "erty will be sold,at public auction at 1:30 P.M., on Aug. 1 7, '1948 «t Burt town'ihip sub-district No. 4 sehoblhouse ;*^l'nij|i)e'south and 3V4 West of Burt to the highest bidder .""fpr'eijsh.'---^ ' • : • "••"• '• ' •• • •••'••'' : • >• : • <•. ' / fjl'fy* , ^J._. , :!< , • . "•..;». i 1 SCHOOLHOUSE 18x28, WITH ADD 8x12 Ft «^K 2 OUTSIDE TOILETS-NEW. | C 1 SET OF SWINGS PIANO ! 1 LARGE SUPER-FLAME 13 IN, TWIN OIL BURNER-NEW «,»«• BESKS BOOK CASE BOOKS ' i OTHER MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. Terms Cash • - ,- • f , 4 - ,, . ' • * / Burt Township School Board MRS. pONAL FRASER, > L '-» »' Secretary^ , . \ * .''•', s f . 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