Rites, Feb. 1 , , , suteumbcd Moft- . hospital 'folIfi'Wing havi a ing of idwa three months M . ..«, bleh burned by ItrWthat expldded 6n top o? a stove'iW his home.at Jnimetsbut-g. *"-' "I ^al <T brother,"of ,(CltfnihRock tod survived by three sonsj arid two daughters^' Funeral .services' were - held Feb. 1 at Emmetsburg with " b.urial in the Burt cemetery. '.MVi and Mrs, Wm, Schauber$er off Fairmont, Minn, visited Sunday at the home of their son, Henry ' SchaubergerUo.make the acquaintance of the new granddaughter, Brehda Lbuise born Jan. 18. ' Mr.'and Mrs. Leonard Lund vls- , ited Friday evening at the Gilbert Nelsori" h&me. 'Mrs. Nelson recently returned from Rochester, Minn, where she had undergone surgery in early January. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holte spent several-'dSys vHth -their < son, Dr. James 'Holte r at' Iowa 'City.' , \: Mr- land' Mrs. Hkrold'Y; Anderson Were "surprised on "'their 14th ' wedding anniversary Friday evening. Guests who brought and served the llffich were Mr. and fMrs^Ed 'Sch^lge?; Mi?/ arid Mrs'. J GUff6ra- Gingbstad, Mr. and Mrs. . Merritt Daley Mr. rind Mrs. Ervlh Anderson, Joan Way, and Paul Schweiger. Mr. Anderson was injured in a car accident last April and is still confined to a wheel chair, unable to walk. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Behrends/ helped the letter's: brother; ;Timmy Giierdet celebrate, his ninth 'birthday Wednesday evening at ,, the parental Al Guerdet home at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Thsickery and family of Armstrong were,also present. Mrs. Mary Haglind-is now confined to the Holy Family, hospital following a broken hip? Mr. and Mrs. Donald,. ; Wentworth returned Friday from Florida r, where they visited with 4 the for r '"' mer's sister, Mrs. Elmer' Hamlin at Eaugallie, Florida.- Mr. and Mrs. Ordell Skogen' of Jackson, Minn, accompanied them on the two weeks trip. ... Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Peterson spent the.'weekend^; at the&Lintis, 'PeEe'rson home at Willmar, Minn. Mrs. Christina Nelson'left Feb. 1st for Hawaii where she will enjoy a two weeks' tour with the /Farm Bureau tour. She will then spend two months visiting relatives in California. Mr, and Mrs. Jerrold Halverson j>- have moved to a farm northwest ' of Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. George * Johnson of Seneca have moved into Ringsted near the grade school building. . Mr. arid Mrs. Ronald Nelson, Mr, and' Mrs. Jerome,Henriksen, ' and Mr. and ,Mrs. Sir!'Nelson returned Sunday from Lake Nordan, South Dakota, where they attended the wedding of Louise Spilde to Dennis Henriksen on Saturday evening. The new Mrs. Henriksen is a beauty operator and he is engaged in farming near Esline, So. Dak. The bride's parents, the John -'• Spllde's formerly farmed in the Seneca area. Mark and David Nelson of Spencer are visiting this week with ,-their grandmother, Mrs, Martha •Nelson, Mr, arid Mrs. F. B. Nel- sori of Spencer became parents of : a daughter, Sara Ann, Jan. 17. Mrs, Mary Jane Starr of Lake Park has -concluded a two week visit with'her daughter, Mrs. Char les Reed. 1 "' " >: ; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. tiewett, Cindy and Valerie of Swea City were Thursday evening supper guests at the Leonard Lund home. ,,: A eribbage tournament was held Wednesday at the American Legion hall. Loren Madden won first place, Ordean Tow placed second, John Schupfer, third; Willis Harmon, fourth; and Earl .Jensen and Merle Culbertson tied for fifth, flean Arvtl Parks of Estherville ~ Junior college spoke Monday eye- i- ning- at, the Parent Teachers Organization. A double \qwartet of vEoys from high school sang, severs;! selections under" the direction of'Betty Boyd. It was announced .that ti$,8f wes raised from the basketball game, to be, used toward two'§bhQJar?hips given each yeav to worthy seniors. Mrs. Arthur Schumacher's first grade class re , ctjveij -tl}§ . traveling picture by ' hayipg the most parents attending tb§ PTO meeting. •t . t „ - .' » St, JoeKCsTo Have A Drive For Members St. Joe — Knights of Columbus will: hold a nieetiflg Feb. 7 prefied- ed by 'a 6 o'clock lish fry in thfe local Club rooms, Comrflittfee ih charge-will Be At Lettertfr Francis Erpelding, Ray Thilges, John C4 pesius 1 , O'Brien, Norbert Frideres, Anton Seeker, Kenneth Bormanh, .Francis Borniann and Ernest M.' Gales. Rev. Leo Schumacher will present 6 short religious program, A'special membership drive during th£ month of February is being put on, with' Kenneth G. Hermann membership chairman of the council. Bernard Streit has made application (o transfer from the West Bend Council to St. Joseph's and Robert Kayser is requesting transfer to Council Bluffs. Following the meeting, Bode Fire Chief Arils Kinseth will show a film on fire prevention and fighting farm fires. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bormanh had as dinner guests Sunday evening Mr. and Mrsr C; R. Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Kollasch and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kollasch and family, all from Whittemore, Mr. and'Mrs. Mike Bormann from Algeria; Shd Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Laubenthal and family from Wesley'...-/: - ;.; ,- .- '. - ..-. .'. Mrs. Peter Bormann entertained her 500 Club on Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. E.-J. Gales, Mrs. John <B,'Reding and Mrs. Alphonse Berte receiving prizes. Mrs. Berte entertains the club Feb. 15. % -Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien spent Monday and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien at Sargent, Minn, and at the Dennis O'Brien home Minn. at Dodge Center, Burt Church Is Scene 0! Family Night Burt — A family fellowship night was held at the Methodist church Wednesday evening; Members of the Rhoda' circle were hostesses. A pot luck, supper was enjoyed at 6:30, followed by a,,proi Georgia Holding, acted as " pf,> the/ .following-- program: Singsperatiori '6F''fayofIt6 by all was led'by Francis McDon aid, with Gwehyth Teeter accompanist; a humorous skit, "Back Seat Drivers" by Jerry and Phyllis Wiener; vocal solo, Francis McDonald; vocal solo by David McFarland. Fred Hilton showed a filmstrip on wild life in Iowa. Circle Meetings Presbyterian church circles will continue their study of the book of Romans when they meet Wed., Feb. 7. • Circle A will meet with Mrs. Ray Dremmel, Mrs. C. M. Gross will present devotions and Bible study will be led by Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf. "tfj«fins etfcle B.wlli meet with.Mfl iSriane Mawdsley. Devotions will be given by Mrs. Goodwin fierier- lid and MfS. Leonard Stenzel will lead Bible study. , Girdle C meets at the home df Mrs. Poland Chaffee. Mrs. Ax& Carlson will present devottbris and" Bible study will be led by Mrs. ftelmar Angus. •Its moving time in Burt. Mr. and Mrs. tyle Fraser and family moved from their home in t6Wh to the home farm; Coach and Mrs. Ron.Charlsott and daughter moved irito the house vacated by the Frasers, and Mi*, and Mrs. Dick Jlnssen, who have been living iri a farm hbuse east of Burt, moved into the McFarland-house vacated by the Charlsons. Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Campttejs and family, Arnolds Park, spent Sunday at the parental Walter Campney home. Rev. Campney attended Pastors school at Indianola Monday through Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray HoppUs went to Iowa City Wednesday to get their son, Jay. From Iowa City, they went to Decorah, where Jay transferred his studies to Luther. He began his studies Feb. 1- Rev. Wm. Bohi took his daughter Virginnia, and Janet Walker, Fenton, to Sioux City Tuesday to resume their studies at Morningside College,;aftefc enjoying semester break at their homes. Mrs. John Carlson, Whittemore, spent Monday afternoon visiting friends in Burt. The WSCS will hold a meeting at the church Wednesday, Feb. 7. Hostesses will be Wantalee Hawcott, Jean Lockwood, Inez Graham, Maries Parsons and Louise McFarland, f Shirley Lovstad will present devotions. The program will be given by Lorraine Campney. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tellier, Doan, spent the weekend with friends in Burt and Algona. Mr. arid Mrs. B. E. Miller arrived home Sunday after three weeks spent visiting relatives and friends In San Diego, San Gabriel, San Francisco, Glendale, Pasadena and Rosemead, California. Ruth Hasse, Iowa City, returned to her duties at University hospital, Iowa City, Wednesday after a short visit at her home here, J. D. Andrews, who has been assisting his father with his farm work the past several months, left Monday for Indianola, where he •will resume his studies at Simpson College, Indianola. J. D. is a senior ,at Simpson. Mr. and, Mrs, Charles Scott and Mrs... Elsie ^Lo6kwood left early Wednesday for a si* week,stay hi »fida. At; Potfta~ GoWa^hey^ill visit with Mr. Scott's brother, Clarence and family. They will also visit former Burt residents. Marion Chipman and Mr. and Mrs. Estel Rente. When they are not visiting relatives or friends they will spend the time sightseeing. Mrs. Roy Anderson spent Tuesday in Mason City. A large number of Burt resi dents attended the annual State Line Massed Band Festival at Lakota Monday night. The Massed Concert was directed by Don director at and Stanley Davis director of all Mason City elementary school bands. Marcoullier, band Drake University, fiehfta .Mitchell WaS ------ ,-,,,members -of her bridge dUb M6& day afternoon. , The birthday anni Clard Reynolds was o members of the TNf'club Tuesday. Hostesses at the l 6'elock luncheon were Esther Sofe'fis'otf and Mary Jean Andrews. <v * The Dolt Dugans were Sunday guests at the parental Jess DUgan home in Algona. • "Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mitchell and family spent Monday afternoon and evening at the parental Law" rence Plerson home in Esthervilte. The birthdays of both Mr., and Mrs. Pierson were observed. • Miss Laing And VernMuller Are Wed Here Helen Jacqueline Laing, daughter of. Mrs. Firman J. Laittg, Sr. and the late Mr. Laing, of Algona, became the bride of Verri J. Muller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Muller, in a ceremony Jan. 27 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church.here. Rev. Robert Thiele officiated 'at the ceremony. Sister .Mary' ; Ricardo was organist and Mrs. David Kollasch of Whittemore was -"; Soloist. - - • . :.-:' '>: Merri Ann Laing of Fort Dodge was her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Robert Lairig and Mrs. Phillip Eischen. Jean Laing was flower girl. Oryal Muller was best man and William Laing and Robert Braatz, Tuesday, February 6, 1962 Atgdna (Id.) Upper Pat groomsmen. David Scott of Burt Was ringbearer. The bride wore a gown of imported Chantllly lace over net over taffeta. It was fashioned with a molded bodice, long sleeves with lily points, and trimmed wilh pearls and sequins, the full skirt ended in a chapel train edged with pleated tulle. Her imported silk illusion veil fell from a double clip crown of lace trimmed with pearls and Aurora Borealis crystals. Her flowers were a bouquet of red roses and white mums. , A reception followed at St. Michael's school hall at Whittemore. Mrs. Bert Baldwin registered the guests and Mrs. Miles Sloniker and Mrs. Russell Sands were in charge of the gifts. Mrs. Bulch Potratz was dining room hostess and also made the cake, The bride is a graduate of Algona high school and is employed at the Kossuth county auditors office. The bridegroom is a graduate of St. Michael's school at Whittemore. He served four years in the army and now farms near Lotls Creek. After a short wedding trip, the couple is at home at LOtts Creek. CARD While Mr. and Mrs. Ray ftichter of Earlville were on a December vacation trip In California they mailed a post card back home. Just a month and four days later the card arrived In Earlville by way of England. On the card was a notation, "Happy New Year from Sotoh, England." OFFICIAL NOTICE ^ BEFOHE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION , TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA: Nbtlce is hereby given that a petition for a franchise to erect, use and maintain poles, wires, guy wires, to- , tables, conduits, and other, fix* Hires and appliances for the purpose ' of conducting electricity for lighting, power and heating purposes has been filed by the City ot AlRona, Iowa, In tho office of the Iowa State Commerce Commission; that said petition asks the right to' construct, operate and maintain said electric transmission line otfcf, aldng nnd across the following described public lands, highways, streams and private lands, to-wlt: •. (84.600 volts, three phase, closed delta connected) Beginning at the southeast corner ot the Northeast Quarter (NEU) of S«c- ilOn Thirty-one (31), Township Ninety" six (00) North, Range Twcnty-dlght (88) West of the Sth P.M.. Kossuth County, Iowa, thence \vest on private right of way along the cenler section lino between the North Half (N'.i) nnd the south Half (S'i) of safd section Thirty-one (31), one (1) mile. . neg;nnmg at the southeast corrter ot the Northeast Quarter (NE'/l) .of Section Thirty-six (80), Township Ninety-six (00) North, Range.Twenty- nine (20) West of the Bth P.M., thence west on private right ot way along the center section line ot said Section Thirty-six (3G), one-fourth (M) mtlo, thence south on private right of way along the quarter section line of said Section Thirty-six (30) one-fourth (U) mile, thence west on private right ot way along the quarter section line of said Section Thirty-six (3B) and Section Thirty-five (35), said township and range, one nnd one-half (H4) miles, thence south on private right ot way along the quarter section line of said Section Thirty-five (35), one-fourth Beginning at the northeast corner of the Northwest 6uaHer tWVUV 6« the Northwest Quarter (NWVJ) of Sec- lion Two (2), Township Ninety-five. (95) North, Range, Twenty-nlhe (29) West of the 5fll P.M.'. iMfte Southeasterly en private right ef *a* to a point approximately five ^xffeenths (5/10) mile south and three-eighths (3/8) mile east of the northwest corner of said Section Two (2), srfld'polnt being the north city limit* ttf-th* city ot Algona. Iowaj one-fourth (Ji): mite. Notice is hereby givett that the petition requests authority to proceed under eminent domain to acquire an casement oh private lands for right ot way purposes oft which »p erect, operate and maintain the proposed electric transmission lino where it voluntary casement has not been obtained. The Iowa State commerce Commission has named Tuesday, the Thirteenth (13th) day of March, 196S, at 10 o'clock a.m., In Its office at Des Molnes, Iowa, as time and place for hearing said petition, Docket E-13418. Objections to the granting of »uch franchise must be in writing and filed in triplicate with this Commission at least five (6) days before date of hearing. The Iowa State Commerce Commission suggests that the objeiitor be represented at the hearing by someone who has full, authority to act for It. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Harold E. Hughes, Chairman Ray H. Thompson, Commissioner Bernard J. Martin, Commissioner Docket E-13418 ATTEST! Claude E. Davis, Secretary Dated at Des Molnes, Iowa, January 23 1062 (Published Jan. 30 and Feb. 8 In The Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes) ASK US ABOUT FARM BUREAU MUTUAL'* Low Rstes ON THE BANNED POLICY DON STARK 218 S. MOORE ALGONA, IOWA CY 4-3351 HUM IOIUIK6 Dei Hefner, lowi FRRfllBURERlU, INSURANCE COMPANY SUN; thru TUES. ALGONA CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 THIS THEATRE WILL BE SO JAM-PACKED WITH Flirt well Party A farewell party for Hev. Ber- nsrc| JMontsg was M<J ^Sfprw Heart CatHoliP church at Le4yard Sunday evening. Rev. Montag was transfer^ tp Mallard in Bw M&lTwiH th» ft* bis former parishioners had to or hinj, The* also honoredi Rgv Y}vi!8 TAS§ -* ) and -^ PEOPlE WILL TALK FOR DAYS! WE HOPE YOU'LL TAKE TIME OUT TO SEE ONE OF THE FUNNIEST-. HAPPIEST COMEDIES SINCE THS INVENTION OF THE APPLE! Co ops ore the heaviest in many communities] h> Cooperative* ore tho balance 'wheel that strengthens our free / economy Copyright, 1952, by Co-op Adv. Comd GLENN FORD HOPE LANGE ARTHUR OtJONNELL FRANK CAPUA'S I of Miracles CO-OP BENEFITS WHAi CO-OPS PAY IN TAXES is an open book for anyone to see. You'll find that co-ops rank at or near the top in many communities. Supporting community institutions through taxes is a. responsibility which co-ops have accepted willingly. Co-ops are locally owned and controlled. Those who own or work for the co-op, live in our community. They are interested in good schools, good roads and good government, because they are good citizens . . . and because it is their community. NO. 6 OF A SERIES PRESENTED BY CO-OP GRAIN & PRODUCT CO. Hingsied, Iowa Kenneth Patterson, Mgr. TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR Titonka, Iowa Jack Stott, Mgr. WhUtemore, Iowa IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR Larry Twedt Mgr. FARMERS ELEVATOR CO. E. F. BURT CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR , Iowa J - L> Miller. Mgr. '»»!** WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO. Pend, Iowa R- W. Jmgen?, Mgr. FINTON CO-OP ELEVATOR FentPn, Iowa Curtis Luw, Mgr. LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE Lone Bock, Iowa Lorenz Geiiwnauer, Mgr. Swea City, Iowa LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR Ledyard, Iowa Bernard Reilly, Mgr. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR Bode. Iowa E. N. Ellingson, Mgr. HOBARTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Algona, Iowa Raymond Reid, Mgr. HI VERNE CO-OP ELEVATOR LuVerne, Iowa EWpn. Sues?, Mgr.
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