The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1950 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 17, 1950
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Install Mrs. HarveylNew\\ O. E. S. Worthy Matron Burt — Kossuth Chapter No. 201. Order of Eastern Star, installed Mrs. Erma Harvey as Worthy Matron for the coming year and Clifford Holding, worthy patron, in the Masonic Hall here on Jan. 10. Mrs. Lottie Steward was installed as associate matron, Paul Olson, associate patron; Mrs. Lois Trunkhill, secretary; Mrs. Neil Dremmel, treasurer; Mrs. Georgia Holding, conductress; Mrs. Genevieve Graham associate conductress; Mrs. Ruby Richards, chaplain; Mrs. Ruby Hinckley, marshal, and Mrs. Lorraine Campney, organist. Star points chosen by Mrs. Harvey are Mrs. Mary Jean Andrews, Adah; Mrs. Wanta Lee Hawcott, Ruth; Mrs. Fran Nealy, Esther; Mrs. Velma Olson, Martha; and Mrs. Viola McDonald, Electa. Mrs. Ida Paine was installed as warder and Dean Andrews as sentinal. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Richards thanked the chapter for the privilege of serving the past year and presented the chapter with a gavel. Mrs. Richards was presented a Past Matron pin by the chapter and a fountain pen by the officers of 1949. Mrs. Beth Miller was installing Matron, Mrs. Lillian Fredrickson, installing marshal and Mrs. Lefie McMullen, installing chaplain. Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr., sang "My Task" for Mrs. Harvey, Mrs. Virgil Schrader sang "Prayer Perfect" (for Clifford Holding; Jeanette and Sheralee Horstman sang "The. Lord is my Shepherd" for Mrs. Lottie Steward, and "Bless My Soul" for Paul Olson, all accompanied by Lorraine Campney. Mrs. Harvey expressed appreciation for guts received, an orchid corsage from her husband; an Eastern Star compact from her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Zanke; jewelry from four families of relatives in California; and gifts from relatives In Illinois and read the names of her committees for 1950. On the proficiency committee will be Lefie M/cMullen, Lois Trunkhill and Nell Dremmel; examining, Gladys Hawcott, Ethel, Dremmel and Howard McMullen; educational, Lula Hawcott, Clifford Holding and Walter Campney; flower, Beth Miller, Bullah Bullock and Edith Chipman. Finance committee will be Luther Miller, Merle Richards and Paul Olson; entertainment, Esther Sorenson, Georgia Holding and Erma Pratt; kitchen, Fran Nealy Genevieve Graham and Viola McDonald; hospitality, Hulda Hand and Lorraine Campney; Martha night, Mary Jean Andrews; menu. Lottie Steward; and the luncheon committee will be Beth Miller, Lefie McMullen, Hulda Handy, Lillian Meinzer, Lula Hawcott and Pearl Fisher. Mrs. Harvey introduced her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Zanke, and expressed regret that the daughter and son could not be present as they are attending college at Iowa City and Ames. Refreshments were served after the meeting by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney, to a large number attending. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., was also a guest. On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. R. A Harvey entertained Mrs. Harvey's incoming officers at a 6:30 three-course dinner partv at their home, revealing the offices. Shirley Harvey made place cards, symbols of office, and Margaret Officer assisted Shirley and James Ray Harvey in serving, while Mrs. Zanke assisted Mr. Harvey in the kitchen. Mrs. Hulda Handy was a guest. Burt Prwbylerian Church Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, Jan. 22 10:00 a. m., Morning Worship Sermon, Blessing or Woe.' 11:00 a. m., Sunday School Methodist Church William S. Handy. Pastor The W. S. C. S. Circles meet on Wednesday, Jan. 18, at 2:15 p. m. Dorcas Circle, at the home of Mrs. Walter Lockwood; Esther Circle, at the home of Mrs. Robert Sarchet; Ruth Circle, at the home of Mrs. Merle Richards. The Choir will meet at the parsonage at 7:30 p. m., Wednesday. Sunday, Jan. 22, 1950 Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Worship, 1I:CO a. m. Sermon by the Pastor Tuesday, Jan. 31, 7:30 p. m. Adult Fellowship meeting Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Handy attended the Algona Group Preachers meeting at the home of Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs of Wesley, Tuesday, Jan. 10. Two Families Move Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnson and family moved recently into the apartment over Smiths store. The Snyder house where they had been living is going to be sold. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Johnson and family have moved into tlieu basement house which they have been building in the block east of the school house. The Johnsons have four children. Two boys are in school. Wins Radio Award Donna Nauman was surprised at winning a sum of money by answering a question asked on a radio program, Thursday evening, Jan. 6. Donna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nauman. who is a junior in Algona high school, was called 'to the phone by station KICM, Maion City and asked the question, "What President is buried in Washington. D. C.?" Donna's birthday was Monday. She is 17. The Nau- mans live near Burt. Lovestads Are Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lpv- stad entertained the following relatives at dinner at their home on Wednesday evening, Jan. 4, in honor of their son John, who was 4 years old: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lovstad, Craig and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovstad, Susan and Bobby, and Mrs. Anna Lovstad and Verne. On Thursday evening, Jan. 12, Mr. and Mrs. Lovstad entertained in honor of their daughter Sherille's birthday. She was six years old. The following relatives were guests: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller and Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and Diann and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller and Carol. Portland Homemakers The Portland Homemakers group will meet with Mrs. Anthony Jandl, Thursday, Jan. 19, in the afternoon, with Esther Williams, Edith Trunkhill, Louise Larson and Doris, assisting hostesses. The lesson will be on Frozen Food Management. Are Dinner Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Fred Habeger entertained the following relatives at their home, Friday evening, Jan. 6: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz and Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Berle Priebe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Priebe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Priebe and Paula and Donald Deitz. The occasion •was in observance of these birthdays: Mrs. Clarence Priebe and -Paula: -Mrs. • Carl Paetz and Mrs. Habeger. Visits In Missouri Mrs. Harold Fischer spent from Friday till Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Lester Jensen, at Lebenon, Mo. Band Mothers Entertain The Burt Band Mothers entertained some 25 members at a 7 o'clock dinner, Thursday evening, at the Howard McMullen home, in honor of Mrs. Gail Peters, band leader. The dinner was served at small tables by candlelight, the candle holders being tiny drums. Harriette Griese, LaVonne Bleich and Elvina Hasse served, and Mrs. Griese, president, presented Mrs. Peters with an electric clork for the new home. The evening was spent in games and music by Harriette and LaVonne. The high school also gave Mrs. Peters a lovely table lamp as a farewell gift. It was presented by Gary Schichtl, president of the student council. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peters and Karen are moving soon onto their recently purchased farm in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. F. Soderberg entertained the following friends at dinner Tuesday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wols, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kratt and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilhelmi, all of Bancroft. Jack Nauman, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nauman, north of town, had the misfortune to break both bones in his left arm on Wednes- day while helping load some 4-H calves. Missionary Study group met with Mrs. Howard McMullen, Thursday afternoon. A book was reviewed by Mrs. Elsie Lockwood. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Long spent Tuesday afternoon at the Peter Plemel home, Algona, the occasion being the birthday of the Plemel's daughter, Jean Elaine, who was two years old. The grandson, Bernard Plerriel, 4, spent from Tuesday till Sunday with his grandparents here. The World Friendship girls met with Aria Mae Moore Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Elsie Lockwood is their leader. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Phillips, Aundra and Jill, Algona, spent Thursday with the Robert Moores. Burt Girls Rout Armstrong; Boys Hammered 61-28 Burt's girl cagers made it 12 wins and two losses Friday night by routing Armstrong 56-28. With this win, the State Line Conference trophy returned to Burt after it was carried away by Armstrong earlier in the season. Armstrong's girls* entered the game fresh from a one-point victory over Gruver earlier in the week, but Burt soon took the freshness out. The issue was never in doubt with Burt taking the lead from the start. C. Dremmel and L. Bleich each gathered 19 points while H. Griese hit for 18 at Burt. Burt's f uard play was outstanding, with . Miller, V. Weiske and E. Lampe doing bang-up jobs. This was possibly the best game for the Burt girls this year. Fortunes of the basketball wars still looked sour for the Burt boys, however, after the 61-28 pasting they took from Armstrong. Jim O'Neill rapped out 22 points for Armstrong and Daryle Leeper was top man for Burt with 1J_ • Firemen's Party Fenlon — Fenton firemen entertained at a dinner and party for their members and wives, Friday evening, at the Plantation Ballroom. Election of officers was also held. North Kossuth Folks Leave On Vacation Trips Swea 6 Eagle — Kenneth and Eldon Isaacson left recently for a vacation trip. They plan to travel through southern states and to Florida. They will be gone a month. The young men farm with their father, Frank Isaacson. Mr. and Mrs. David S. Anderson left last week for an extended stay in Florida. They spent last winter in the south, also. Undergoes Appendectomy Larry, 9-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Spear, underwent an appendectomy at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Sunday afternoon, Jan. 8. He is recovering satisfactorily. Mrs. Spear has been with him most of the week. Home From California Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fisher returned last week from 3-weeks trip to California where they visited his aunts, Mrs. Albert Erirkson and Mrs. Clara Erick.--on. at Alhambra, Cal. Edna Hoi comb, registered nurse, of Ames was weekend visitor here and at the home of her father. J. H. Holcomb. Axel Erickson was on business at St. P aul, Minn., the first part of last week. He had taken cattle to St. Paul. , Mr. and Mrs. Donald Auestad and family have moved to make their future home at Kensett. They sold their house and small acreage to William Sanders. Mr. Auestad was section foreman for the Rock Island line here. E: J. Stelpflug, manager of Quaker Oats Elevator, and Lowell Larson drove to Emmetsburg, Wednesday night, to attend a feed dealers meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Peterson were visitors Wednesday afternoon at the William Peterson's near Bancroft. Mildred Thorson left Saturday j (or DCS Moiiies to visit her sister-in-law, Mrs. Cecil Thorson. who underwent surgery at low? Methodist hospital on Tuesday last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Skagg of near Des Moines visited last week end at her brother's home, the Ward Lanes, of near Dolliver. Harry Skagg formerly managed the Virgil Blomster farm. Mr. and Mrs. Waldon Brandt were hosts for supper at her parental home, Ed Fosgren's. on their daughter Carmen's 14th birthday, for six of her friends. The group enjoyed roller skating at Blue Earth during the evening. Mrs. Mike Kennedy, Mrs. Floyd Brekke and son, Mrs. Leon Looft and daughter were visitors in Fairmont, Minn., Tuesday. PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS, Smith-Corona and Royals, new 1950 models, at the ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES. Tuesday, January 17, 1950 Algona Upper Des Moines—3 Fly To Florida Fenton — Mr. and Mrs. J. Wallace Smith left Tuesday, with Wallace piloting his plane, from Estherville for Miami. Fla., where he will enter a two week's Naval training reserve school. They will be gone 3 or 4 weeks. Simpsons On Tour Four Corners — Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Simpson left for an extended trip. Monday, through the south and west. They will make stops enroute, and plan to visit a daughter, Mildred and family, at Glendale, Cal. They plan on returning about March 1. IF MOVING OR STORING YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS-contact BRADY TRANSFER & STORAGE COMPANY FORT DODGE, IOWA Agents, Allied Van Lines, Inc., in your locality. Excellent equipment, competent and courteous service. Phone or write for estimate on any moving problem. Girls County Cage Meet At Burt This Week Burt will play host this week, Wednesday through Saturday, to the Koisuth girls basketball tournament. Teams entered are Lakota. Lone Rock, Ledyard, Seneca, Grant, WhiJtemore, Tiionka, Burt, and Wesley. All game* will be played in the Burt high gymnasium, with the Wednesday schedule, Jan. 18, as follows: 6:45 p. m. Lakota vs. Lone Rock. Championship and consolation games will be played Saturday evening, the consolation at 7:30 p. m., and the championship game at 9 p. m. James Barber and V. Meyers will officiate, and the admission will be SOc and 3Sc. Report of Condition of BURT SAVINGS BANK 31st - ASSETS 1 Cash, balances with other banks. Including reserve balances, and cash items in process of collection ------------------------------ $ 97.S64.88 2 United Slates Government obligations, direct and guaranteed.. 487,958.50 3' Obligations of States and political subdivisions ------ ......... „ 3,495.75 6' Loans and discounts (including $211.30 overdrafts) ______________ 374,675.83 1. Bank premises owned $3.800.00, furniture and fixtures None ..... . 3,800.00 12. 24. TOTAL ASSETS ---------- .......... --------- ........ -------- ,.S 867.494.96 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations..! Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations _____ Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) Deposits of States and political subdivisions ___ „ Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) ____ ...... TOTAL DEPOSITS ----- ................ ---------- $897.738.12 102.77837 67.779.16 8.592.68 117.085.41 1,500.00 TOTAL LIABILITIES __» 897,736.12 CAPITAL ACCOUHTS Capital' --- - Surplus -Undivided profits Reserve (and retirement account for preferred capital). 25.000.00 25.000.00 18,164.84 1.594.00 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ----- ....... — .......... _______ $ 69.758.84 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..... ____ S 967,494.96 'This bank's capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of S25.000.00 We. H. E. Rachut, President; H. A. Thompson, Cashier, and Verne L. Lovstad Assistant Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear and affirm' that the above statement is true, and that this report fully and correctly represents the truu state of the several matters herein contained and set forth to the best of our knowledge and belief. H. E. HACHUT. President H A. THOMPSON, Cashier VERNE L. LOVSTAD. Assistant Cashier rorrect-AltL-st G. W Bleich. L. E. Linnan, B. I. Mawdsley. K. J. Smith, G. W Patterson. Directors. State of lu\va. County of Kossuth—S3. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of January 1950. L. R. DANIELS, Notary Public (SEAL) M y commission expires July 4th, 1951 At Burf High This Week: LAKOTA 6:45 Wed. ' LONE ROCK WESLEY BYE 9:00 Thurs. WESLEY LEDYARD 7:30 Fri. 6:45 p.m. WED., JAN. 18 p.m. THURS, JAN. 19 p.m. FRI. JAN JO 7:30 p.m. SAT., JAN. 21 BYE LEDYARD SENECA BYE 7:30 Thurs. SENECA GRANT BYE here are , ' 3 » 4 evenings of guaranteed GRANT WHITTEMORE BYE 8:00 Wed. WHITTEMORE Consolation 7:30 Sat. CHAMPIONSHIP 9:00 Sat. TITONKA 9:00 Fri. BYE TITONKA BURT BYE 9:15 Wed. BURT ENTERTAINMENT... Kossuth County's Gills 7 Basketball Tournament Burt High - January 18-19-20-21 ADMISSION - SOc and 35c WELCOME TO BURT!—WE ARE GLAD TO BE HOSTTO KOSSUTH COUNTY'S BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT . . . A GOOD TIME IS GUARANTEED! GRAHAM'S STANDARD SERVICE NEALY'S HARDWARE & HATCHERY SHIPLER'S CAFE CLIFF HOLDING- GEN'L TRUCKING CLIFF SCHRADER DON MITCHELL ELECTRIC SHOP "MA" FISHERS CAFE VOGEL'S FOOD & LOCKER BURT CO-OP CREAMERY K & H STATION McMULLEN'S BURT SAVINGS BANK SMITH DEPT. STORE BONNEY'S JEWELRY o. P. MCDONALD & co. BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR CARMAN'S VARIETY-DRESS SHOP THE ABOVE BURT MERCHANTS HAVE COOPERATED IN PRESENTING THIS MESSAGE. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••("•••'•••••••••••in !••••••••••••••••

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