The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1948 · Page 4
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B«i Maine* Tuesday, July 26, 1948 Piano Recital By Pupils Of Ruth Hodgson, Burt Burt — The pupils of Ruth Hodgson presented a piano recital at the Presbytcriaon church last week Monday evening. Those 'taking part were Margaret Fischer, Barbara Fairbanks, Vernal Koestler, David Christensen, Georgia Ann Angus. Jo Ann ; Dittmer, Darla Bussie. Ann Lichter, Betty Lu Mite-hell. Myrna and Velma Wciske. Esther Plasse. Mary Officer, Renelda Johnson. Arthur Campncv, Gary Revnolds. Doris Kickbush, Rocholle Andrews, Marie Young, Cliarlotte Dremmel, Fern Habegor. Jerry and Jimmy McMullen, Joan McWhorter, LaVonne Bleich. Joyce Ryerson, and Marlene Dreinint'l. all of whom played solos. Duets were played by Vernal Koestler and David Christensen. Myrna and Volma Wciske. Gary .Reynolds and Arthur Cnmpnov Jimmy and Jerrv McMullen. Doris Kickbush-and Charlotte Drcin- mcl. Ann Lichter, Esther Ilasse and Mary Officer played a trio. Charles City Guests Alfred Rentz and son Raymond, Charles City, came Thursday for a few days visit at the Estel Rentz home. Alfred and Estel Rent/, are brothers. A New Grandchild Dr. and Mrs. J. Gv Clapsaddle have a new grandchild. A daughter- was born Thursday. July 15 to Dr. and Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle. Clear Lake, at Park hospital in Mason City. This is the first granddaughter for the Clapsad- (iles. Guests At Geesmans Mr. and Mrs. Arod White and daughter Suxanne, Mason Citv. came Wednesday for a visit with Mrs. White's parents Mi-, and Mrs. J. C. Gcesman. Burt Presbyterian Church Rav K. Hill. Minister Sunday, July 25 •— in a. m.. morning worship. Sermon. "The Word of Life". 11 a. m., Sunday school. The Methodisl Church 'William S. Handy. Pastor The official board and members of the congregation 'are to have a business moot ins Tuesday, July 20. at 8:15 p. in. The Mission Circle of the W. S. C. S. will meet with Mrs. J. L. Miller Wednesday, July 21 at 2:30 p. m. The pastor will continue the series on "Men Introducing God" at the morning service Sundnv July 25. Classmates Reunion Miss Barbara Thompson spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Ukena Daniels in Lakota. The occasion was a reunion of six former university of D.ubuque students living in this area. Others attending were Mrs. 'GJadys Ann Marchand of Titonka, Mrs. Evarnae Koppen of Swea City, Mrs. Gencvievo Hoeppner of Lakota and Virginia Schultz of McGregor. Visitor From Oregon Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leeck, Newport, Ore., came Tuesday for a visit at the Wm. and Gordon Giddings homes. Mrs. Leeck is an aunt of the two Mrs. Giddings. The week before last Mr and Mrs. Walter Walker. Princeton Y'S.. visited at the Giddings homes. .^-., Call At Thompsons Sunday evening callers at the H. A. Thompson home included Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena and Mrs. Ukena Sr., Mrs. Don Daniels and baby, Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mikes, West Bend; and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kirkland, Portland, Oregon. Nephew Succumbs Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson received news of the death of a nephew, Harold Allison, at Cedar Rapids on July 13. Parents Of A Son Mr. and Mrs. Richard Groen nre parents of a son. Virgil Eugene, born July 12 at the Kossuth hospital. Sixteenth Birthday Mrs. Floyd Koepke entertained Ihe following in honor of her daughter Caradenc's 16th birthday. July !i:. LaVonne Bleich, Doris Kickbush. Charlotte Drem- inel. Harriet Grcise. and Palma Joy Olson. She took the girls to a show and served refreshments afterwards. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott spent the weekend a week ago with friends and relatives at Windom, Minn. They brought home with them a cousin's little girl. Madeline Smith, who is spending the week here. Mrs. Ella Potter. Sioux City, came last Tuesday for a visit at the home of a niece Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Martin Griesq came home Wednesday from Pick's Town, S. D., where he has been working. Burl friends received word recently from the Rev. and Mrs. Perry O. Hanson Jr. stating that thev were on their way back to China after spending a three months furlough in the United States. The card was sent from Honolulu. Rev. Hanson was pastor of the Burt Methodist church a few years ago. Estel Rent/ and son Warren returned Thursday from a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lockwood visited the M. M. Chipmans at Dolliver last Wednesday. Mrs. Petra Larson spent from a week ago Wednesday to Saturday with Mrs. Marie Christensen. Titonka, who was taking treatments at Clear Lake. Mrs. George Tyndale, Los Angeles, Calif., came last week Sunday for ; a visit at the homes of her sister Mrs. J. P. <5tow and her brother E. E. Paine. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Riedel and son Curtis. Ringsted. were week ago Sunday dinner guests at the L. H. Riedel home. W. J. Mackay. Pipestone, Minn., 'eft last week Monday after a few days visit at the home of his sister Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson. Miss Virginia Schultz of McGregor, who has been visiting Barbara Thompson the past two weeks, left last week Sunday evening for Titonka where she spent several days with Gladys Ann Marchand before returning to her home in McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meier and daughter Shirley left a week ago Friday for Tacoma. Wash., where thev are visiting at the home of their son Dean and family. Jim Fredrickson, Waterloo came Thursday for a few days vacation. Carol Reynolds, who has been workine in Waterloo, spent the weekend here with his rjarents Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Reynolds. Breaks An Ankle Mrs. Floyd Bode slipped on a sidewalk at the Bode farm home after a rain, last Tuesday, and broke her ankle. BANK NOTES We here at Ihe Burt Savings Bank at Ihis lime 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 and 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 io ihe advantage of both the bank and our friends. This bank values very highly the Good Will of all of our Customers and Triends, It is ihe constant Aim of this bank to so conduct its business that our customers will reconiT mend it io their friends. BURT SAVINGS BANK BURT, IOWA ff. E. Racliul, Pres, H. A. Thompson, Cashier R, I, Mawdsley, Vice-Pres. V. L. Lovstad, Assi. Cash, ..Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation t The FBIfNDlY Bank Plans For Legion ays Burl— Final plans are being completed by Ihe American Legion for the two day celebration, which Will 'be held hjjre July 23 and 24. Commander Paul Olson has appointed the following committees who are working on the project! O. H. Graham, concessions; G. P. Hawcolt, baseball; Paul Olsor\ and J. L. Miller, dance; prizes, L. H. Schenck, W. J. Lockwood, W. H. Steward and R. S. Me- Whorter. The Legion plans to use the proceeds of the celebration to install a heating plant at the Legion hall, so it can be used all through the year. Move To Cresco Arlo Woods, high school principal here for the past two years, leit Monday for Cresco where he has accepted the high school principalship for next year. Mrs. Woods and the boys are remaining in Algona until a house in Cresco can be found to live in. Mr. Woods will commute, at intervals, between Cresco and Algona. Delivery Picks ftnuDufruV Couft srwiw , COttft 1 fit 10! ment Jterfeb; pew \v ujatn), any "or cafl W. I flO) o'elOfclt A, AtldSli OcoV fa. 5 .ivtolncs, low as bated at ties Meinea tearing said petl< 1945. ; •ALL-BAND Smith Dept. Store e, ,. Just about every thlntf''',ei 6 now has to have and a fairly large number of cars and ' trucks, scooters . and house trailers have been licensed! in Kosslith .county in the r ftast' week. this new licenses went to th'e following: Fords-f-Algona Creamery, pickup; Ubbe Ubben, Titohka; Epis- 'tasia Delacruz, Swea City; Marie Falkenhaiher, Algona; Marie Frdftkl; Irvingtori; J. R. Donahue,' Bancroft; James T. McEnroe, Al- gonsr; Clyde Larson, Algona. Trailers—H. D. Clapsaddle. Al- gona;"D\vight Bruns, Algona. Dodge^-Vern Teeter, - Algona; Ddnald H. James, Titonka. Mercury — Amds Finnestad, Fehton. „ Chevrolels—Dale Dundas, Hurt; Harold J. Wihkel, Whittemore; G. D. Taylor, Algona;.Ben Franzen, Titonka; Deitering Implement, Bancroft, truck; Wm. Veit. Whittemore; Everett Householder, Lone Rock, truck. Kaiser—Nick Mergen, Whittemore; Joe Fleming, Whittemore; Rudy H. Guderian, Algona. Fraser—John Faber, Ottosen; Wm. Huisman, Titonka. Packard — Sam Rystad, Swea City: International—Lubenthal Bros., Bancroft; ' R. ,C. Mawdsley, Algona. Hudson—Sidney Wallburg, Algeria. - Poniiac—G. D. Curtis, Swea City: -' ••^ iawatha sea&iaf — Elmer Ludwig,'West Bend. ' ' •ma ALGO GIVE OH! OVER 4,i 3PAPERS VEftAGl? AT1OM NOTICE OtftdBAi! OP WILL State Of Iowa ?1 ' ? Kossuth Countj*—68. iN" tblfetRl6T COURT No. 5715 ' '; ' karcli Term, 1948 To All 'WHom It May Concern: You Are Herbv Notified, THat an Instrument of'writing purporting; 1o \>a the last Will &hd'Te9ta"ment »t Oorls Mlno. Deceased, Sated Mnrch 15, 'IMS, having Been this day filed, opened and 1 I ,'._..r- ..!.... .1. '... i..- .. .-~v . . Insurance Farm Liability Automobile Pickups Trucks and Tractors see NELS J. PHONE 159 Buri, Iowa He'll Get Along All Right- Because His MILK Is Coming From Cream Station '» ••. «'-..; .n< ••: -t" > ,i. .;••• -' Phone 160 §tP6flfi t«fi IOWA,, StAtfi C6M- MfeRcfi COMMISSION To The Citizen of Kossuth County: ' Notice Is hereby given that a petl; tlon for a ffnncliise to erect, use ««d maintain poles, wiresi guy wires, tow- era. cables, conduits ana other fixtures and appliances ror the purpose of coiv- ductlng electricity tot lighting, power and heating purposes has been filed by the Town of West Bend, West Bend, Iowa, In the office o£ the Iowa .State Conimerce Commission that-saldlpetl'- lion asks the right to construct, operate and maintain said electric transmission line oVei 1 , along-arid across the following described public lands, highways, streams and private lands, towit: (2400 Volts) Feed The Felco Way Felco Chick Mash peat titter Rolled Oats and »?"• •••• • • \, Pig Starter Fertilizer on Hand ' «•• -r ;! >"::•; ;,'> tV \ f. 2-12-6 0-20-0 4-12-4 Burt Co-Operative Elevator . 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