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O.LS.AfBurt Installs New Officers Friday Burt — Members of Kossut chapt. 201, OfeS, held open Instal lation ceremonies at the Masoni temple Friday night. Mary Georgia Hansen, worthj matron elect, was presented. Sh< was then honored with a voca solo by Irene Bjustrom, accom panied by Lorraine Campney, and presented a corsage by her hus • band. John Miller, worthy palron-elect was presented and honored with a vocal solo by Doris .Miller, also accompanied by Lorraine Campney. Other officers installed were: Maybelline LoVstad, associate matron, Raymond Lovstad, associate patron, Genevieve Graham, secretary, Lefie McMullen, treasurer, Irene Bjustrom, conductress, Mary Jean Andrews, associate conductress, Doris Miller, Adah, JoAnn Hoover, Ruth, Lorraine Mansager, ;Esther, Ruth Blanchard, Martha Lorraine Campney, Electa, Rut UPP*P PM Matnet Tuesday, January 23, 19A2 (New Tea Room Ndfned Queen Work Is nearlng completion on the new tea room soon to be In operation in Burt. Jodie and Viola Burt - Janet Black was crown- L Cunningl J ahl hftv * P urchased ** ed queen, and Ray Lichter king ^^ Ha ^ merstrom BarbJer 5 hop . . ... .' . ^ . J . "-"^V^ 1 - ""*O HAl*t*t*tr4 lt«**jM M*lfo rtW/l ll«<rn their cafe and have at the school Saturday night. The fT 1 "?'"! l heir i. ?£ {s6 dance, first of its kind ever he i d Joined the. two buildings. here, was termed a big success by members of the student council, wh6, sponsored it. Holmgren. Blue Birds Met The Burt Blue Birds 4-H Club met Jan, 13 at the home of Janice Abbas, with 10 members answering roll call. Junior past matron, Mrs. Holm- , Rosemary Uses, Rose Ella Kah- gren, and junior past patron. Way- Her, Janice Abbas, and Judy Cherne Dugan, Were presented their land , we , re appointed a committee past matron and patron pins. to P lan fw ! .t H Day in Algona. past matron and patron pins. Hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Janice Abbas and Judy Cher- jiuaicaoca wcic ivir, anu ivirs, 7 — --— j —--— Cliff Holding, Dr. and Mrs. R. H. land 8 ave an interesting demon- Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Al stration and Diane Person, music Hinckley. ' chairman, Jed the club in 4-H hospital til fort Dodge traefiU had been a patient the,past,We< following an accident raftf""" J MM ^i^u *M*i j«*«* : fk»t*« *t.jrtf< p o -».- - «»*«.w» v **»rviyii]U and car; Paul wfflb'eL up for 3 months or m6fl' hlfln fractured a shoulder' bond an other injuries. - i :, Catholic Daughters df /Attierie guest night, scheduled for Jafl, is das been postponed with!the dat indefinite at this time. ' Mrs. Tony Becker .entirtawec icr 500 club Thursday with Mrs Lawrence Thilges as gui&st.''Ke ceiving prizes were Margate Reidmiller, Mrs. Alphonse/ Berte and Mrs. John Thul. Mrs, Peter Jormunn entertains the dub Feb . songs. Band Concert The girls and their leaders then , , . visited the Herbert Wiese home William Holmseth is presenting where Mr. Wiese demonstrated the members of the Burt high the threading and preparation of schodl band in a concert in the the loom and its use in weaving school auditorium at 7:30 p.m. rugs. He also showed some of his Jan. 25. There will be a variety of finished rugs, instrumental numbers, including The next meeting will be with , do and group numbers. 'our New Lions , , Alice Patterson, warder, Dean An drews, .sentinel. .Unable to be present for instal lation because of illness were .Ethel Dremmel, chaplain, Betty Miller, marshall, and Mary Jane Dugan, organist. Installing officers were past ma trons Georgia Holding as installing officer, Beth Miller as chaplain, Ruby Hinckley as installing marshall, and Gladys Hawcott as .installing organist. A floral ceremony honoring the ; new worthy matron was presented 'hen Lewis Finch, Gary Stokes, arrell McFarland and .Darrell avis were presented and installed by membership chairman Martin and Bill Holmseth. ' Kenneth Sarchet was a guest. President Ray McWhorte awarded charter membership ce tificates to Cliff holding, G. H. M Mullen, J. L. Miller, H. E. Rachu Sr., F. L. Pratt, Don Mitchell, K J. Smith, F. C. Soderburg, Do Patterson and Charles Spry. Ten year certificates w e r awarded to Glee Bullock and Ra Dremmel. The planning and preparation ; ™ ~., : by the outgoing matron, Ellen rectors. or the annual atlhetic banque was diverted to the board of di II They Work for You at A M(J' Federated Club AtlitonkaHas New Officers ' i "'" f Titonka - The Federated 'dutf met at the home' of Mrs. Vernon Wenger Jan. 18. Election of officers was held at which the following were elected: I . . • President — Mrs. Fern Boeke I man; vice president — Mrs. Ma Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding and cella Wenger; secretary — 'Mr family spent Saturday at the home Betty Krantz; treasurer — Mrs of Mr. and Mrs. John Geesman, Nancy Gipple; historian — Mrs " Trudy Budlongj executive boar So. member — Mrs. Joanne Hoover. Carole Wiener. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ihnen and . ~ I ML . emu iviia. i\ay iimeii cljju Membership of the Burt Lions family, Sutherland, were Sunday lub was increased Monday night evening guests at the Merwyn tt*MM T Mlt.Jr. TTi:.-.~L ^1_.. . «•**._!--. I —. » 1 i. LI Cunninghams. They came to help Viola observe her birthday anni versary. By Art Heldsnwlth Greene. Larry Hinckley, Aberdeen, ..„.„. „„„„.„, iiuuvcr Dak., Marilyn Hinckley and Don Mrs. Edith McDonald gave ; a-m Thomsen spent the weeeknd at the teresting- book review. ' " parental Al Hinckley home. — . Mrs. Matheson, special educa- Mr. and Mrs. Merle Gieskinf tion instructor in the Burt school, are parents of a girl, born Jan 1 attended a special education at Britt hospital. She ~f — — — —-. nwu. I **VU£r.lVH.l> UlJb WCIKIlCl school held at State College of seven pounds, four ounces and Ka Iowa at Cedar Falls Jan. 18 and been named Lori Ann. This is the •9. second child for the Gieskings, the A 7 Ib. baby girl was born at St. other being a boy. Ann to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hanna be- Volf of Bode Saturday night. Mrs. came the parents of a girl on Wolf is the former Marlene Black. Jan. 14 at Britt hospital. She Jrandparents are Mr. and Mrs. weighed seven pounds, ten ounces Stanley Black and Mr. and Mrs. named Barbara Annise. She has a lomer Wolf. Mrs. Mayme Schra- sister Denise'. l i er is the great-grandmother. Mr. and Mrs.: Leonard Callies Elsie Lockwopd spent the week- visited his mother, Mrs. Bertha nd with her sister and husband', Callies, and Mrs. Anna Missal at ie Lester Bonstetters at Arnolds the Good Samaritan home in Alark. gona Sunday. Both women have Members of the Fidelas classP een having the flu.; ',}•'. •"• ill meet Jan. 24 with Georgia Mr - and Mrs. Jay Budlong left olding. Pearl Daniels will be as- last week for Long Beach, Call' to «.«-„ u~,i— (spend -the rest of'the winter. Pastor B. -H..; Schwerin showefo slides of "The Holy Land".at th'e sting hostess. The annual Girl Scout fund Cecil S. Koepke " C E C " Standing atop No. 5 diesel generating engine at the Algona power plant, Cecil Koepke, assistant operator looks down from about 12 feet above the floor — in the photo above. He is shown assisting in the fuel change-over lor this engine, second largest in the plant. , Of the five huge engines in the Algona Municipal Utilities power plant, two are generally held in 'reserve 1 . More and more, however, four engines in operation are required at times, to meet the growing peak load. From grape pop to electricity may seem quite a leap, but Cec Koepke made it. Now in his 3rd year of service with Algona Municipal Utilities, Cecil put in 18 years with Algona Hottling Works, before joining AMU. He is a World War II veteran of 3 years with the Air Force, and spent two of those years overseas in the Pacific theatre as a radio operator. Married to the former Mildred Molamphy, a West Bend girl, Cec has two daughters, 18 and 16 years of age. The family resides at 202 East Elm in Algona. How Many Ways Do You Use It? Make a quick guess as to how many 'electrical servants' you have in your home. Chances are you'll guess way low. Ves, you are using more electricity — at a lower rate from AMU. Algona Municipal Utilities "IIVI BETTER ELECTRICALLY" drive is being held in Burt this week with the deadline being Jan. 27. Ruth Hodgson and Leona Lacy are co-chairmen of the drive in which all members of the Woman's Club are participating. Harry SewJck.Jreton,', is', spend ng a few days at the' home of his sister, Mrs. Art Leason and with ther relatives. On Sunday Mrs. ..eason and Mr. Sewick accompan- ed Mr. and Mrs. Ferm Sewick of Algona to Spirit Lake where they visited with another brother and wife, the Jim Sewicks. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews were hosts to a group of relatives Dows Lutheran church evening. , Mr. and Mrs. R 1 . K. OstermSH Sunday i'.r>;i. at their home Sunday. Guests were home the eveniag of Jan 15 to the Tom DrydaJes,_N yS sa, Oregon, celebrate their son Gary's, sixth 1 birthday: Mr. and Mrs. R. L' Krantz, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Krantz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Krantz and family, Joan and Ste- , Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoover Sr., the Van Hansens, LuVerne, the HLW- ard Andrews, Titonka, and Mrs. Fern Young, Algona. Bill Holmseth went to Iowa City Thursday where he attended a band clinic held at SUI Friday and Saturday. Members of the TNT Club met at the home of Elsie Lockwood for a 10 o'clock luncheon Tuesday. Hostesses were Clara Reynolds and Loretta Lichter. The birthday anniversary of Mrs. Lockwood was observed. Pfc. N. C. Rios left Monday by plane for France after enjoying a 30-day furlough with his wife and son at the Bob Hamilton home. ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner Donald Erpelding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding, was given a party Saturday in observance of his 10th birthday. Classmates and friends spent the time playing games and contests. Birthday cake and ice cream were enjoyed by the group. Attending were Louis, David and Dan Bormann, Merrill Bormann, Larry and Gary Kollasch, Dennis Smith, Larry Selz, Marvin and Allan Kohlhaas. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Berte, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bormann and Mr and Mrs. E. M. Gales and family were Wednesday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Berte at Whittemore with Mrs Berte, K. L. Kohlhaas and Stephen Gales observing birthdays. Diane Ramus of Algona was honored at a pre'-nuptial shower Monday evening in the Moose hall in Algona with relatives from here attending the courtesy. Attending were Mrs. Harold Reding, Mrs Alfred Reding and Sharon, Mrs Eugene Thul, Mrs. Richard Thul, Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and Marion and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner. Miss Ramus will be the bride of Leonard Dahlhauser in St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft Jan. 37th. ' Paul Erpelding came home on Thursday from St. Joseph's Mercy are parents of a baby girl, btfffi Jan. 12, weighing seven pounds 10, ounces. She haS been naritf Wanda Lou. >Materhal r grai/dp'al- ents are the Henry 1 Plasiers/ UieW first grandchild, and paternll grandparents are the John Oster- mans. ..-j.7> Carl Giesking Jr. has been ^t Rochester this past week consult ng with Mayo Clinic doctors. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kranfe had the following guests at'their Mrs. Mike Mergefl had the mis fortune to fall and break Her right arm when she slipped on some ice at her home last week. Mrs. Conrad Wiggins left for Iowa City last weelc for a checkup at University.hospital. Mrs. Ernest Meyer entered St. Ann hospital.in Algona Monday as " medical patient ' ' John Poppen; son' of'Mr. and Mrs. HaTold Poppe'n has been a medical patient ifl Palb Alto- Memorial hospital at Emmetsburg the ast two weeks. Lyle Heidenwith was confined to is bed for three days with a siege f the flu. Word was received here by rel- tives that Mr. and Mrs. Leland )erner of • Redwood City, Calif* re parents of a son born Jan. 9 his is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald •BormaHn re parents, of- a daughter born an. 13 in St. Ami hospital. A daughter was* born to Mr. nd Mrs. Marvin Mogler In Fort odge last week. A son was born ,to Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Bonhstetter at Palo Alto Memorial hospital Jan. -14. This is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Jr. and family attended the golden wedding anniversary of their aunt and I'msilA 7l^*< ' «•«•!•' ' '4 »'_J.' i-» " • flletrfck and faffifly of Cylinder Presentation of the new prfr Paul ...-„, ............ . ... . gSraffls'was given by Mrs. wi 0. "'" ' • i, _.; t i. 1^. ^..} _ 4 **_».. M...A. J.*i.i_.. Sunday callers at the home . and .Mrs. CfeWge Meyer. ., Mr. ;aftd Mrs. Wlliia'nt.Lauck at« tended the Silver Bedding anniversary Slinday of Mr. and Mrs. Edward George in the fistherviile Lutheran chufch. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Gilmattn in Estherville. . ,. Mr. and Mrs, 'John MeGraw, Minneapolis, spent the weekend at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs; Frank Piekarski. Rev. Edward Fandel of Gilhldre City, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Semon and Mrs. Emma Hilbert of Algona were Tuesday' evening dinner guests at the home of Mr, and Urs. William Fandel, Jack Geelan of Des Moines spent he weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Geelan. Rosella Voigt of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe and sons of iere were Sunday guests at the Herman Voigt honie. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Mary Pavick and daughter Marie of Pbcahon- as. . '• ' • : Mr. and Mrs. • Werner Gade of Vest Bend and Mrs. Mathilda Meyer spent Tuesday evening at the William Meyer Sr. home. % Mr. and Mrs. Thoihas Dunphy visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs, George Meyer Suriday evening. Ley. A Mrs. fiufdette i, Jr. Poppe attd Mel- John V.r juey. A ~ quartet* IVIIH. xnirueiie Hoeppner, Mfs. Earl Paulseft, Mte. Vernon Smith and Mrs. Henry Dontje, sang a selection. Lunch was served by the hostesses., Congregation Meeting The annuaf congregation meeting of St. Paul's* Lutheran church was held last Sunday following morning worship service. The * following were elected to 3-year terms on the church board! VI n wwn* \jv***w* * ww»» was elected to a~ S the cemetery beard. A delegate.is to-be chosen fay the church bodra 16 attend the Evangelism conference at ap&lis next mom The tw mittee members of the conference on Evangelism, Melvin Schroedef and Rev. Mienecke, wlll-automi* cally attend this meeting. ,; MIMEOGRAPH P APE H, all sizes/ colon — Uppet Dei Molnes Pub. 06,. Afrtinft. , uncle Mr. and. Mrs. Raymond Barber at West Bend Sunday. Mr.' and Mrs. Sterling Simonson and the former's .mother, Mrs. Eida Simonson, attended the funeral of an uncle, Ole Ryen, 99, at Rolfe Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kenyori and family attended the 45th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lickteig in St. Joseph's Catholic church, Wesley,. Jan. 14 The day began with a mass for the couple, breakfast, for the im- nediate families and Rev.- Philips and his housekeeper and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Lickteig, who celebrated their 49th wedding anniversary the same day. Open louse was ;held in the afternoon or. relatives and friends. Mrs. Cehyon Js the daughter of the ouis .Lickteig's. Mr. and "Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. nd, Mrs. Edwin Greinert and arnily, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely nd family, Mr. and Mrs. William stwald and Carol and Mr. and [rs. Lawrence Meyer of here, tfr. and Mrs. Paul Dietrick and family of Cylinder and Mr. and Mrs. William Bruhn of ~~ gathered " '"' g|U)e.red at the home of M* and Mrs. Erwin, Brubn', of', Cylinder Wednesday evening to celebrate (heir 30th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heiden- wlth accompanied Mr, and Mrs. Suss Rente and family of Algona o Des Moines where, they attended the Sport Show Sunday. Others who attended the show from Whittemore were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Du- Wayne Germann, Mr. and Mrs.' James Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Er-. nie Meyer, and Mr, and Mrs. Dale ujr, uuaii aim ace-1 ,„' . ,. . ' ,-.. v,«o B . uvc , Bruce and David Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behnke Kitzinger, Mr. and Mrs Wm an . dau g jlt ers, Mary and Susan of a • - . -•«« IF 41** -IT* »»»«»***»»_* ^*1__ _•_•. i , .. LakotaU.P.W. Names Officers ' Lakota — The UPW of the Firs Presbyterian church met Jan. 11 with Mrs. George Ennen, Mrs. Ir win Kdppen, .Mrs. Mary Telkanip and Mrs. -W. L'. Ley as hostesses Devotions were given by Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop. Installation of officers was held by Rev. Harlan Kruse. New officers installed were: president, Mrs. C. C. Gertema, vice president, Mrs. W. D. Ley, treasurer, Lena Gutkriecht. Circle presidents are: Miriam — Mrs. Raymond Bierle, Esther — Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop, Mary — Mrs. Pearl Smith. ' The nominating committee for the coming year is Mrs. Wilson Brack, Mrs. William Wirtjes and Mrs. William Schroeder. Program committee named were Mrs. W. [>. Ley, Mrs. Robert Hamilton, and Mrs. Vernon Smith'; fellowship secretary — Mrs. C, A. Gutknecht; world service secretary — Mrs. W. E. Ley; home service secretary — Mrs. Jerry Heetland; literature and reading secretary — Mrs.' H. H. Murray; Christian education secretary for the" local and North Central Presbyterlal•-. Mrs. Don Boyd. . ; . j '. r« • one minute from now you'cap know,- .. Ibyptione! "Right now is a good time for ai pleasant visit by phone. ..hearing familiaril • voices, | sharing the \ latest family,;news. 'Pick up^ the phone and enjoy a:happy , get r tog"ether! Save time—call by number^ >; Save money—call station-to-station* • • Northwestern Bell JL in Iowa w^ V6n Amesbury and boys, Mr. and Mr?! Clarke Miller and family, and Mr! and Mrs. Bryan Asa of Algona. ! ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whittens ojf Rowan recently celebrated thetf 65th wedding anniversary. ' ; LANDMARK Fire recently destroyed a Polk County landmark near Altoonfr when the Hammer homestead was burned to the ground by fire of undetermined origin. •-• INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchut n e l le ^~ ? pper Des Pub. Co.. Algona. . , Fairmont . Minn., visited at the parental home of Mrs. William Meyer Sr. They also visited Mrs. Behnke's mother Mrs. Meyer, who is a patient in Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Dora Faulstich, Whittemore, entered Park hospital in Mason City Thursday and had surgery Friday morning to have a cataract removed from one of her eyes. Myra Elbert, student nurse at Sioux City, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Erwin Elbert. l Rev. Armand Elbert of Sioux City spent the weekend here with his mother, Mrs. Christina Elbert. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Dietrick of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Look Ahead • M when you look for o loan on /and/ YOU'LL FACB the future with greater confidence if . .-^,_^, you have such look-ahead features as low payment*, long , terms «nd the pnvjlege of payment afiPy time in Advance with* out penalty. A Land Bank Lpon m«y be u*ed to buy land, pay off debts, make jmprQVemonfci Qt tor otb» er purposes. Come in tod*y,,,bf TWdy tot tomorrow, Federal Land Bank Association E - H. HutchJn* Algona (south of Penneyi) Menflay ft Wednesday Forest City (WM » of ^ j ^9, ft N O TIC E Deadline For 1962 Motor Vehicle Is January 31, 1962 On Feb. 1, 1962, 1961 motor vehicle license* become delinquent and after that date, o penalty of five percent, with a minimum of one dollar, will be added EACH MONTH until licensed. Please bring in yojur last registration certificate when applying for new license - this means ajl motor vehicles including trailers. STORAGE f i Owners wishing to store their cars or tfw^f for 1962 may do so by turning in the license plates before February 1, 1962, therefore avoiding penalty if they wish to obtain license later In the year, Cars in ftorage before or during the year 1961 are still in storage unless 'otherwise taken care of, JUNKING In order tp junk a ?qr, both the lisen*e pla te$ and registration certificate and title mutt be twrned inte the Covinty Treasurer'* office together with a affidavit for jynking. ' TREASURER OF KOSSUTH COUNTY .

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