The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1955 · Page 20
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f\i t, 1955 L*o(a|6vJl Ftineral' serviced "Vere held Monday aftefnooiij N6v. ^1 at 2 p.rn^ In St..; Paul's. Lutheran church at Lakota for Mrs Augusta Meyer with Rev. LaVerne R. Meinecke' in cfiarge. Shelda Hertzke served as or- f anist; and the senior choir of t.. Paul's sang. Pallbearers were William ,Mabusf: Adolph Poppe, Sr., Michael Christ; Sr., Ernest Christ, Gustav Potthoff and Leonard Sieboldt. . Interment was in trie Lutheran cemetery. , AUgusta Brandt, daughter of William and Fredericka Brandt . was,, born October 14, 1878, in Pomerania, Germany. At the . age of 14 or in 1878 she accompanied her parents to America, coming directly to Burt. In November, 1897, she was united in marriage to John A. Meyer by the Rev. Fendler. They established their home in the Lakota community. Prior to Mai'. 1937 when they moved to th present home in town they live on a farm' northwest of Lakota Mr Meyer passed away Dec. 26 1940; Previous to'this their son William and wife had moved .in with f them to help in their car in the closing years of their lives. Five years ago, Mrs Meyer was found to be suffering with diabetis. A year ago last September she became ill and on Dec. 14 of the same year she submittec to major surgery at Mason City The; following January 10, she again Underwent surgery a"nd for some time she seemed to rally remarkably well. About three months ago\she took a turn for the'worse-. Her condition became critical on Nov. 11, and on Nov. 17, she passed away at the age of 77. She leaves to mourn her passing seven children, Walter of Lakota; Mrs Esther Nash of Hollywpod, Calif.,' Mrs Leona Bruer of Lakota, Raymond of Elmore, Minn., William of Lakota, Mrs' Ann Tutton of Buffalo Center and George of Lakota; nine grandchildren and three great f raridchildren, two sisters, Mrs dith Reese of Santa'Rosa, Cal. and Mrs Anna Hassler of Northwood, Iowa. *BURT By Mrs Jessie R'ash IF IT'S NEWS WE WAWT IT Airs • Wayrie Mnrih returned Suhday of last week from a visit with the ClaUde Whitehill farti My In Colesburg. She accompanied Her daughter, Mrs Merton Steward and son Douglas to Angola, Ind. They were driving to Virginia to join Mr Steward, stationed at Fort Belvoir. One ftight Was spent with tHe Whitehills enroUte, and , Mrs Mann sfrent a few days there on her return. Mr Steward is a M. P. Mr and Mrs John Gecsman Jr. and Lois of Charles City wilJ spend the Thanksgiving vacation with the John Geesmans and the Clarence Riebhoffs. ,Mr Geesman is enrolled in the Charles City Business School where.he is taking a Linotpye Course. They moved there this month. Mr and Mrs Walter Gramenz of Silvis, 111. spent Saturday with the Walter Stewards. The women called on Mrs Art Leason that evening: Mr and Mrs Gramenz were called here by th death of the latter's mother. The Burt Woman's Club me No'V. 14 with Mrs Clapsaddle, Mr Hamstreet assisting hostess. A Iowa Quiz was in charge of Mr Don Patterson. Mrs J. L. Mille gave a report on Comics, TV Radio and Movies as to wha they offer children. A book re port was given by Mrs Ryerson The next meeting is Novembe 29 and will be guest night with a 7 o'clock dinner at the Method is't Church. Mrs Max Goldman of Titonka will be guest sepaker The Hope Circle- will serve the dinner. Mr and Mrs Raymond Lovstad and children spent Thursday evening with the Raymond West- lings. . Mr and Mrs Erwin Schwieterl were in Lakota Sunday to assisl others of the family in honor- ng the latter's father, William F. Baurh, by observing his 82 birthday anniversary on that date. Mrs Lottie Isenberger and Mrs ~lara VanSteenberge accompanied the Schwieterts and were ;uests at the dinner. Others present were Vefdean Baum, Mr and Mrs R. C. Baum, the Wm. Jaums and daughter & the Clarnce Baums and daughter all of Blue Earth, Minn, and Mr and Jlrs Paul Hertzke. Albert Volentine went to Mason City Monday to meet "Mrs Vol- ntine who was returning from Wichita, Kan. where she had ! spent the last two mdrtths witH the! Gordon'WhtfrnWs, \Un WHitrtiore was. recover Ing f roffi majbr surgery. ' V •Some 28 w6niert attended,the Homeniakers meeting, at tfie home of Mrs Dale' SchrbeHei? Tuesday, Nov. 16. A lesson dft- Worid trade Was given fey Eltefl Holmgren. ••• ' • • LbHs Creek 4»H the regular meeting; 6f the Letts Creek . Leaders 4*tt was held Nov: 22 at the Lo'tts Cree'k school with 22 members-present The club 1 decided to purchase a phonograph. A Christmas party was/ also, planned. After* ,the business, James Bfefistedt gave,6 talk and Fred EHckson; showed now td make, a rope and several <nots. Merl and Alan Walker provided the Iunche6n. NOTICE of scridot PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to he qualified voters of the'Hurt Com- mtinity Schbol District, In the County I Kossuth, State of Iowa,-that a spe- lal election has been called and ord- red to be held in and. for said School Jistrlct on the 9th day of December, 955, whereat there will be submitted to the voters of said Burt Community School District, to be by them voted upon, the following proposition, towit: "Shall the Board of Directors of the Burt Community School District, In the County of Kossuth, State of Iowa, issue bonds In ah MAKC mm»i^m-\M IvifS^^V'ItClWS at 8sld'6le6ti6W fn :jK\ fp, KOi me "an « areiHereby notll . ftottee », fl6drd of Dlree muhity School the; provisions tff Of lOWa, 1994, atitt the ! ,' accbrdance there a fesoltrtlon a O [Directors fln tfi .Dated at Buff., idwa, of t NcfVember,. I9BS. f • Seofetafy* :Soa this ti ih* 'ffttt baar sdfej £ of ihei tltii itrttfle As Iflis rflonih'S Fdrrh aftd Hom§ Sftjfidh Feed Mor-Gain 26% Craih Balancfer • -, ' '"' , '"• " . to help you get those dxira egjf« ' • It saves labor — feed it cafeteria style, with your own corn and oats along with oyster shells, insoluble grit and Water.' Keep your 'feed costs down - feed MOR-GAIN. Plum Creek Elevator Co Phone 105 — Algona Hurr along peacefully...or pour it oh to pass ... ' •. _•''-'. Driving's Exciting Again! •^—jj.. ... ,,gs.,i.., .^ , j, . t.,j.. ..^l v -< <...'U~.~ <..<:-.. -•. . %» A Meat-Type Burrow — Note length with-, out fatty look'. The backfat tests fell the first story •— the car- cass cut tells the final one. Watch fo.r a sample of what we mean next week. i MEAT-TYPEHO(?5|fRqpUCE LEADER GUTS, BOOST PORK.SALES Greatest "Go" On Wheel* No other car performs like a Pontiac because Pontiac alone has the Strata- Streak V-8 —most modern and efficient pnivcr plant in the industry. And. for 1956 this great engine delivers 227 blazing horsepower so smoothly that it must be experienced to be believed. For the "go" of the year, go Pontiac. Let's say you have just logged an extra-long day's mileage in your '56 Pontiac. Your clock tells you it's time to choose a lodging for the night. Then jt comes to you. You don't want to stop! You just want to keep on and on, piloting this sweet, singing beauty wherever i'ancy points. Sound like a wonderful dream? It happens time and again to owners of this fabulous new car. And the lure that leads them on and on is the performance of Pontiac's great new Strato- Streak V-8 . . . the most thrilling performance on the American highway. Traffic's a delight in thus agile car. Power flows smooth as oil when you leave a light, and with the sharp authority of 227 blazing "horses". Brakes respond with crisp, new Test the all-new thrills of the fabulous certainty. The wheel answers fast as pointing your finger. You're driving with & confidence you've never felt before! And highway touring is pure pleasure! You swing tiie curves with new sure-footed certainty . . . clear a high hill or sweep safely past a loiterer with the happy assurance that you command the greatest "go" on wheels. And when you settle down to cruising speed on an open highway—that's the real payoff on your good judgment! This is living in a wonderful new way. Driving's exciting again! Come in an^l try it—you can prove it in 10 minutes as easily as in 10 hours. And you'll prove something else to yourself. Pontiac's glamour matches its "go"—it's the greatest oa the road! R Ernie Williams Pontiac-Cadillac W. State St., Aigona Phone 1338 I" ABOVE IS SHOWN A DISPLAY OF HAMS FROM MEAT-TYPE HOGS. SOME PACKERS TODAY ARE EVEN TRIMMING OFF THE SMALL AMOUNT OF FAT YOU SEE AROUND THE NEWLY CUT HAMS ABOVE. . r •» .-.-:•'-•( We Can Take Hogs Any Day! Any Number! No Limit! WESTERN BUYERS PAYS PREMIUM PRICES FOR MEAT-TYPE HOGS Buying Hogs Is Qu ( r Business, And Our ONLY Business. We Will Come To Your Farm And Tell You Your Amount of Premium With Delivery To Us Anyi forking Day, ' ' " :.: ':. : ,;_' ' : . WE LIKE MEAMYP0, PUT WE BUY TH|M AM, Serving Mid-West Pork Raiser* For 25 Years WESTERN •§iUIN§ TQ ©ViB 200 P&©S!ff5&RS Qf? PHONE 107 #.."-, AtOONA;

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