The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1955 · Page 19
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100 At Hoosier Picnic Sunday Held In Burt Burt — Nearly 100 Hoosiers attended the annual picnic held nt the Burt Legion hall Sunday. Many, towns were represented with a picnic dinner enjoyed at noon and the afternoon was .spent visiting. Attending were "the Ralph Dugans. Algona; Mr and Mrs Frank Fhiig. Lone Rock: Mrs John Govern and family of Bancroft. : Mr and Mrs Wm.'D. Harri- nian and Kay of Albert Lea; Mr Robert L. Johnson of and Mrs W. R. Smith, Mr and Mrs Robert Trainer and family. Fort Dodge; Mrs Kate Trainer, Kanawha: Mrs Thelma Anderson and Sharon, Fenton: the following from Ledyard — the Ted Greens, the Fred Hiehters, Mrs Sarah Trcnary, Paul and Larry. Mrs Paul Mulligan, Duward Trcnary. Mr and Mrs H. R. Trenary. and Mrs Merrill Hag- i-dorn and Jim. The following were from this community: Mr and Mrs Earl Ac- kennan, and family, Hiram Ackerman and children, Mrs Harold Becker. Mrs C. W. Heerdt and boys. Mi- and Mrs R. 1. Simpson and Maxine. Mrs Earl Shipler and family, Mr and Mrs W. J. Stewart, Mr and Mrs Rnscoe Stewart, Mr and Mrs Win. Trenary and Doyle. Mr and Mrs Thomas Trenary and and Mrs Brill; Mr- Weslev; Kenneth, Mrs Lois Trunkhill, and Mr and Mrs Mennel Trunkhill and family. The committee in charge of arrangements for next year will be, W. J.'Stewart, Viola Becker, Thelma Anderson and Edith Trunkhill. Sieward Family Reunion The Sieward Family annual reunion was held Sunday at the State Park, Clear Lake. Attending were the following; Mr and Mrs Orville Steward and family, Mr and Mrs James Steward and family, Garner; Mrs Everett Steward and family, St. Ansgar; Mr and Mrs Onel Sieward and family, Glenview. 111.; Mr and Mrs John Hennings and sons, Mishawaha, Indiana; Mr and Mrs John Scott and Mr and Mrs Don Macauley and sons, Estherville; Mr and Mrs Myron Moinzer and family of Dexter. Minn.: Mr and Mrs Lawrence Schumacher and family, Albert Lea, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Walter Steward and children, Mr and Mrs Harold Sieward and Richard, Roger Steward all of Burt. the Ray Millers. Titonka and the Clifford Abbas family, Algona. Vanderhoff Guests Mr and Mrs R. P. Vanderhoff had as guests this past week Dr. and Mrs John P. Kruger of Sig- Diirney. aunt and uncle of Mrs Vanderhoff. Rev. and Mrs Elmer Logan and daughter Barbara of Keotii visited August 26 weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs Roy P. Vanderhoff. Rev. Logan is a former pastor of theirs. Teacher's Reception The Burt Band Mothers are holding a reception for the teachers of the Burt school on Thtirs- Gre/nerf • Kollasch looking for...LIK01BUM ? PAGES YELLOW Corn Yield Champions PIONEER/ Official Minnesota Champion Sumnri & Cjriny SowefJ. ol V*mOH Center K'inn , pUnted Pioneer in theif w.nn.r,,; t-eld ,n the 1954 Minn X-7r« Yield Ccrn Contest. So did the xcondj and iNrd p'ace winners. Emery andj Evrr.-M F.ct>hoff. ol Fountain, and Biirtnesi. ol Caledonia. Official Iowa Champion Ray Mitchell, ol Charles City. 'owl. highest yield honors in 1954 lo Com C'-c.soii Contest with a field of P-oneci The second highest yield by Paul Schrane. of Rudd, alto wa* mad) Vith Pioneer New Official World's Yield Champion A. J Cuiter. of Corretl. Indiana, ttt ( rev. o'licial world's yield record of 24t buihels an acre in the 1954 Indian* 5- Acre Corn Crowing Contest. H« planted ill Pioneer m h*» (CC«<d. Breaking Order Now Aaron Steussy-Algonq R. I, Mawdsley-Algona C. L Bailey-Algona Eugene Kollasch-Bpde Harold Jones-Swea City T. O. Johnson-Swea City Wm. Martinek-Wesley Walter Vaudt-Whittemore Pictured above are Judith Ann Greinert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Greinert of Whitlemore and Joseph Kollasch, son of Mr and Mrs Leo Kollasch of Algona who were married Tuesday. August 23, at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whitlemore, the Rev. Paul G. Weinhold officiating. The bride is a graduate of Whitlemore High School and is employed at Fowlers at Algona. The groom gradualed from Presentation Academy in Whitternore and has been farming. The couple will nake their home in Algona. (Photo by Nels Isaacson) day evening. Sept. 3 al 8 o'clock. All parents of students and friends of the Burt Community school are inviled to altend, and others interested are extended an invitation. Meeting will be held in the school auditorium. Bridge Club Met The J. D. Bridge Club meeting held with Mabelene Lovstad Thursday evening and prix.es were given as follows: Betty Hiatt, high; Naomi Chipman. low and Margaret Batt travel. Marion Westling was a guest. The next meeting will be with MJ s Chipman. Mr and Mrs Henry Johannsen of Algona were Sunday visitors at the Glenn Teeter home. Mr and Mrs Andy Phillips and children of Oscecria spent Saturday and Sunday with the latters parents, Mr and Mrs Robert L. Moore. They also visited relati\'es in Algona. Aria Moore is spending this week with the Andy Phillips family in Osceoia. Mrs'Phillips is ht.-r sister. Mrs Cora Stow spent the weekend with the Cecil Godfredsons in Swea City and on Sunday attended a family gathering in honor of her granddaughter Rita Godfredson. Mrs Lottie Istnberger accompanied the Ben Wibbens of Algona to Swea City where they also attended the picnic for Miss Godfredson held at the Carl Krantz home. Miss Godfiedson is to attend school at Cedar Falls this year. Mrs Ruth Carman sold the Garman Dress Shop and Variety Store last week to Mr Kimber of Albert City. Her sale continued as advertised until Saturday, evening and the store is closed this week for remodeling. Mr Kimber plans to have dry goods and other lines. Husies<i-s for the W. S. C. S. of thi- Methodist church, for Wednesdays meeting were Harriet Black, Georgia Holding, Alice Cole and Esther Schradt-r. Devotions by Vera Schwietert and program by Lydia Manus. Presbyterian Circles met Wednesday afternoon as follows; "A" —with Mrs Ha-old Becker, Mrs Victor Fitch, devotions and Mrs Ivan Lung the lesson. "C"—Mis Tom Trenary, Mrs Ralph Dujjan, hostesses. Mrs O. H. Graham, devotions and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf, lesson. "CQ"—Mrs Ray Dre- minel, hostess, Mrs A. H. Meinzer, devotions and Mrs Nels Nelson, lesson. Mrs Bertha Stow spent the last of the week with Mr and Mrs Floyd Reibsamen near Titonka. Mrs Stow and Mrs Reibsamen called on Mrs Forrest Willis and others during her visit. Mr Reibsa- men is a cousin of Mrs Stow. Mr and Mrs Harold Reimers with Mr and Mrs Don Reimers spent Sunday in Des Moines. They called on friends and attended the State Fair. Betty McVay was honor guest at a farewell party given by Marge Lavrenz at her home Friday afternoon. The time was spent socially, a lunch was served and Mrs McVay was presented with a gift. Attending were, also Ruby Hinckley, Ada McFarland. Sarah Ollom, Lillian Lavrenz and Mrs Griese. Mary Zoller spent Sunday- night with Lydia Schwietert and RUSCO WINDOWS GALVANIZED STEEL SELF- STORING COMBINATION give* you more convenience and comfort than any other combination window 1 RUSCO POOR HOOPS AND WINDOW CANOPIES add greatly to the beauty of your home i Charles Miller RUSCO SALES Phone 741-W after i pan. Display «i US So, P«4f* visited Monday with Lottie Lsen- berger before going to Lone Rock to spend some time with relatives. Mr and Mrs Ed Smith Jr. and Jill with H. E. Rachut and Sheila spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Harold Bern and daughters in Marshalltown. The occasion was in honor of Mrs Smith's birthday. Stella Rachut of Fort Dodge was also at the Bern home. The women are sisters. William Carman Jr.. spent the weekend with his family and his parents at the \Vm. Carman Sr., home here. Mr Carman is employed in Sioux Falls, S. D., and the family will stay here until their home is completed. Palma Holding entertained a number of friends at a Party Friday afternoon. Leola Ostwald of Whittemore was an out-of-town guest. The Burt Circle of the R. L. D. S. church met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Win. F. Batt. Mrs John Miller had devotions and Mrs Russell Cole was in charge of the program. The Busy Bee Club will meet Friday afternoon, Sept. 9 with Mary Sarchet with Jessie Sarchet assisting hostess. Esther Williams will have charge of the program. Mrs Max Janssen of Bode and Mrs Chantland of Mallard spent Thursday with Earl Toothman. Mr and Mrs Francis McVav and children moved to Algona Satur- dav. The McVays had lm-d in Thursday, Sept. 8, 1955 A!§dtia (Id.) Upp«f DM Burt the past two years while Mr McVay owned and operated the Viking Oil station. He sold the station in June to Harold and Richard Steward, and his work is now in Algona. Mr and Mrs Roland Lavrenz and family spent Sunday with the la tier's parents the William Ottos in Mallard. Mr and Mrs Tom Williamson and family of Fort Dodge were also guests and several August birthdays were observed. 17 Counties Here For Weed Meet Clarence Priebe. Kossuth County Weed Commissioner, was host to the weed commissioners of northwest Iowa at the courthouse Friday. Aug. 26. A total of 17 counties wen. 1 represented at the meeting. Jack Cameron, Greene County Weed Commissioner and chairman of the northwest district' presided at the meeting. Discussions during the day centered on destruction of weeds and a report on the north central weed Remember To Gef Your CARNATION Cottage Cheese THIS WEEK-END • • • At Your Grocer's conference to be held at Omaha, Dec. 6-8, Dean Barnes, Kossuth County Extension Director* gave a short talk and a lively question and answer period followed. The entire group, which included county supervisors Newel and Scheppmann, was taken on a guided tour of the new court- iou.se by custodian Leonard Warner. The September meeting of the group will be held at Carroll. a-D-M Want Ads Bring Result? VACATION WITH US ? We Snvile you—and Ihe odds are 70 Id 30 you'll !>• back year after year. Ours is the perfect location 16 efljflf. complete relaxation in our modern housekeepingl cottage* among huge pines away from all traffic and hustle. World's greatest variety fishing in 6 beautiful lakes. May we send you our complete story? SUMMERS' PINE POINT Park Rapids, Minn. ___________________ (21 tO Executors Sale OF Real Estate Friday, Sept. 23, '55 The undersigned as Executor of the estate of Harry A. Bates, deceased, will sell at Public Auction to the highest bidder the following described real estate situated in Kossuth County, Iowa, to-wit: THE NORTHWEST QUARTER (NW'/ 4 ) AND THE WEST HALF (WVi) OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER (NE14) AND THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER (SE'/4 OF NEV4) SECTION 15, Township 96, North, Range 29, West of the 5th P. M. Kossuth County, Iowa. This farm is located 1 !/2 miles West and 4 miles North of Algona, Iowa. POSSESSION MARCH 1,1956 Terms: 20°° cash on date of sale, and balance in cash on or before March 1, 1956. Abstract and clear title with 1955 taxes paid will be furnished to the purchaser. Sale to take place on the premises at 2:00 p.m. Also the following described real estate situated in Algona, Iowa, Lot 7, Block 81, Original Plat, 415 East North Street, Algona, Iowa. This property will be sold at Public Auction to the highest bidder on the premises at 4:00 P.M. of said day. Immediate Possession Terms: 20°'° down on date of sale in cash, balance in cash as soon as title is approved. Abstract and clear title will be furnished to purchaser. Both sales are subject to the approval of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa. Iowa State Bank, Algona, fowa, Exec, of the estate of Harry A. Bates, Dec'd. Colwell Bros. 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