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Radio Stars To Give Burt Show, Friday, March 24 J miiemal trot-tat** «t,* A WHO musical variety show starring six professional enter- So^m 1 * 16 Iowa Barn Dance Frolic will be presented at the their combin e ° bnng you a rt ' p ? ck f d P r °S r am of en- music, favorite songs and w ck i?. g ' fib-tickling humor. Headlining the cast will be the ve :, e T? n , com edy team of Cliff !?* Helen. With a background of ?£« t yea i rs of stage and radio these two clown and sing in ah inimitable style. Cliff's saxophone cnh- fe . ature w ' th th e act and the subject of much heckling from the regular' musicians who accom- Hed Scobee Sf"" 1 il^Si 1 school gym on Friday, March 24, under the sponsorship The stage of the high school i ym 2". 11 "* transformed into a hayloft where these famous radio SEXTON NEWS The August Kirschbaum family received word the past week o the death of August's uncle, John Bousch, at his home at Cassville Wis., due to a heart attack. Mi's. Alice Phillips and nephew Lloyd Wise of Mason City, callec on relatives here and in Algona Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Nell Opheim visited Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. August Kirschbaum. The Sexton school pupils and their teacher, Mrs. Frances Eason. took part in the spelling contest held at the St. Benedict school on Wednesday afternoon of last week. Phyllis Arndorfer of St. Benedict won the contest. Jerry Krieps spent Wednesday night with Alfred and Paul Opheim. Frances Nealy Elected Head Of Burt Club Mary Lee him, but when he "takes off , the preliminaries are over and whether he plays sweet or loud or fast, he delights every audience. Cliff is producer arid director of the Iowa Barn Dance Frolic in addition to being heard with his good wife, Helen, over Appearing with this comedy team will be three members of the Buckaroo Cowboy Band Fiddlin' Slim Hayes, Red Scobee, and Jack Lester. Besides heckling Cliff Carl, and trying to steal his jokes, each is an accomplished musician. Mary Lee, the silvery voiced, yodeling cowgirl you all love to hear, is known to WHO Jistenera for her lively interpretations of folk music and popular songs, as well as her delightful yodel, and humorous numbers. A clever per former whose flashing eyes and raven hair combine with her clear ringing voice to put zest and sparkle in any show. On Friday, March 24, this group will bring you everything from toe-tickling tunes and rural rythms to popular ballads and sweet old songs. You've heard them daily: over WHO, now see and hear them in person. There will be plenty of entertainment tor both young and old ... fun FARMERS Call for Our Daily Market Quotations on Your HOGS VEAL CALVES SHEEP WESTERN BUYERS AIGONA.IOWA, STOCK BUYERS PHOMI07 77 BUSHELS OF CORN PER ACRE! A record breaking yield of 177.4 bushels of CARGILL HYBRID CORN per acre brought the royal crown and 4-H State Charnpionship to Roger Olson of St. Peter, Minn, • [ROGirTOLSON UNLESS YOU'VE TIED IT... 7 1949 fiflTfft TRY HI '/'4-H Corn King" ' CARGILL HYBRIDS are proc ducing record yields for thousands of M id west growers. High protein content, corn borer and disease toler- 1 ance, standability in high , winds. RELY ON CARGILL FOK 1 ALL-AROUND PERFORMANCE. CARGILL a&p*"** HYBRIDS Jack Lester for the whole family . . . when these six entertainers appear in Burt at the high school on March Tickets are on sale by members of the American Legion. BURT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Elmers tayettq, spent a weekend at the parental Emil Eirners home recently. Other dinner guests that bunday were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, August Meyer and Mrs. Bertha Klatt of Virginia, Minn., the latter being an aunt of Mrs. Eimers. Mr. Meyer and Mrs. Klatt spent several days at the Tom Frankels and Eimers homes. A card party was held at the Eimers home m the evening, honoring the birthday of Mrs. Wayne Godden of Algona. Prizes went to w. H. Meyer and Mrs. Ray Eimers, Ray Eimers and Mrs. Wayne Godden. Fortnightly club met with Mrg. L. J. Miller, Friday afternoon. The Gay Nine bridge club met with Bertha Elvidge, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Hans Stebritz and Caroline spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Cecil Steward and Mrs. Elmer Roadinger and Linda spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Steward. Mrs. Stebritz is from Algona, and Mrs. Roadinger from Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Long and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scott were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Scott, Sunday, a week ago. The following friends helped, Wrs. Roland Lavrenz observe her | birthday, Friday afternoon; Nettie Giddings, Florence Gettman, Lydia Manus, Clara Rentz, Mrs. rlenry and Mrs. Earl Meier. 3ames were played, and Mrs Richard Lavrenz served lunch. — Burt Woman's club met at Mrs. Lillian Meinzer's Monday evening, March 13. Maudeen Hill 5J19. Lethe Vogel were hostesses. Officers for 1950 and 1951 were elected as follows: Mrs. Frances Nealy, president; Mrs. Ruth Alice S a ii. er !°. n ' vice President; Mrs Beth Miller, secretary, and Mrs, Thecla Christensen, treasurer. The program consisted of a review of the book, "The Slender Reed, by H. H. Lynde, given bv Bemta Mitchell, and a talk on "Fun With Flowers?' by Lillian Meinzer. She explained flower arrangements in the garden as well as arrangements for use in the house, thus getting year around pleasure and fun from flowers. The next meeting will be March 27, at Mrs. Helen Vogel s, with Ruth Alice Patterson assisting. Fred Habeger Birthday Some 25 friends and relatives enjoyed a birthday dinner with Fred Habeger at his home, Sunday, March 12. The following were guests; Mr. and Mrs. August X. Peterson, Swea City; Mr. and tfrs, Edward Lloyd and family, ^edyard; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph riebe, Mr. and Mrs. Van Reiper and Lowell Doocy, all of Austin, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Jonald Ackerman and Craig of Ventura; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. 'riebe, Algona. and Mrs. Chrisma Hanson of Bancroft. Mr. Habeger was also pleasant- y surprised Saturday evening when Mr. and Mrs. Robert McConnel and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. 'nebe of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fischer dropped in to help celebrate his birthday. Canasta was played and a delicious lunch was served by the guests. Lars Erickson Rites Tuesday At Swea City Swea City — Lars Erickson, 88 and long-time resident of Swea Uty. passed away Saturday, Mar Ic at .,, H °'7 Fa m'lv hospital, Estherville. Mr. Erickson- had had lu, and was unable to overcome the after-effects, although he was up and about. He became sudden- y worse, was taken to the hospital, but lived only a short time after arriving there. Funeral rites were conducted ^uesday, March 14, at the Curtis Funeral Home, with the Rev. S. H. Hammer in charge. Mr. Erickson was born in As- cersund, Sweden. Sept. 2 1861 Je came to the United States at he age of 19. After spending ivc years in Wisconsin, he came o this community. At one time, c owned the farm now owned y the Emly Larsons, in Swea ownship. The greater part of is residence here, he operated a 0-acre farm on the west edge of wea City, which remained his ome as long as he lived. Surviving are his wife and his aughter, Emmy, (Mrs. Fred Fahy) Timberlake, S. D. Also several nieces and nephews, including Mrs. Fred Berggren, John Erickson. Mrs. Emil Larson, Mrs. Walter Peterson, all of Swea City. Also John Jongberg of Armstrong. The Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Hammer sang two duets at the services. Tuesday, and Miss J. Iva Moats presided at the organ. Pallbearers were Emil Larson, John Jongberg, Walter Peterson, Fred Berggren, John Erickson, and Francis Torine. Burial was in Harrison township cemetery. Billiard Tourney March 20 was the beginning of the second annual Legion billiard tournament here. Entrants are now being signed at the Farmers Tavern, Hethershaw Barber Shop and by Richard Berg. Pairings will be made and posted at the Tavern, barber shop and Legion hall. The tourney will be played at .egion hall. Each game will be 25 points and will be played the best Wo^out of three. In the event a hird game is necessary, that will je a full 50 points. The hall will be open afternoons and nights hroughout the tournament. Priz- s will be awarded to the winner, runner-up and the person making he highest single run. Presbyterian Church Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, March 26 10 a. m. Morning Worship Sermon, "The Elder Brother' 11 a. m. Sunday School SEE Y0UR LOCAL CARGIU HYBRID SALESMAN H. Bruce Loewenstein-LuVerne L«(t«r Quinn-luVerne Al Dady-LuVerne Arnold Danielson-Algona J. V. Event—Algona Marvin (.egib-Algoiw John Miller-Bur* Marvin Rochleau—Burt Gets $50 Reward In Theft Case WhiUemore—Because Mrs. Ferdinand Ostwald, who lives southeast of Whittemore, gave the primary information that led to the arrest of a criminal last December, Wallace Farmer and the Iowa Homestead has paid her the $50 service bureau reward. The reward was paid to Mis. Ostwald for calling the sheriff and giving the primary information leading to the arrest and conviction of a burglar, who had previously stofeo many articles from farms in this vicinity. However, Mrs. Ostwald felt that Herbert Knecht was able to identify the robber and earned part of the reward money. and has written the Service Buruau that she has given half of the reward to him. HARD LUCK Misfortunes never come singly. A few weeks ago, the home of Raymond Curley, Oxford Junction, was burned to the ground, leaving the family with 11 children homeless. Recently as neighbors were helping to excavate the basement of a new home, Mr. Curley received a crushed k-ft knee when a tractor driven by his son pinned him to the wall. IF ITS NEWS WE WANT IT1 Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Nelson and son, Edward of Sibley, were § uests of Mr. and Mrs. Friedolph oderberg, Tuesday. Mrs. Nelson is a cousin of Mr. Soderberg Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Roethler, Algona, were Thursday evening visitors of the Sylvester Arndorf- ers. Circle B of the Presbyterian church will .serve a dinner to workers of the Cancer Fund Drive of Kossuth county at the school house, Tuesday evening, (today). Sunday, friends and relatives jathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Bjustrom in ob- ervance of Mr. Bjustrom's birthday. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bjustrom, son Melvin, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Harland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harland and Roland, all of Al- ;ona; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjus- rom and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Russel Walker and family t Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson and Beverly, Mrs. Jessie Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dittmer and family. The Burt Township Farm Bureau meeting was held at the Ralph Bierstedt home, Lone Rock, Tuesday evening, March 14. The following served lunch; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad, Mr. ancf Mrs. Nels J. Nelson, of Burt; and Mr. and Mrs. John' Newbrough and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Blanchard, Lone Rock. Four-H girls from Fenton and Lone Rock had charge of the program. Some 46 members were present. U and I circle met with Mrs. Sylvester Arndorfer. Tuesday afternoon, March 14. Fourteen members answered roll call with an Irish jingle. An Irish song was sung. Mrs. Westling had charge of the program. Hazel Larson won a prize for the best dressed Irish doll, made there from a clothespin and material. Next meeting will be with Evelyn Angus, April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bussie pid Dsrla, Rhodora Bussie, the latter from Madison, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds were Sunday guests last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Rob- mson in Bancroft. Dr. J. G. Cl»psaddle was a Sunday dinner guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gildner in Mason City. He also visited his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gildner. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scott are spending a week with the son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Lloyd, at Essex. Karen Steward, Gary Abbas and Aria Moore were out of school last week with measles. Perry Steward had them last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lockwood attended funerul services for Rockwell Clancy, 05, at Hardy, Monday afternoon. Mr. Claocy was a cuusm of Mr. Luckwood. Red Cross Chairman Les Hansen announces contributions to . , R -? c L Cross b y Swea Cityans totaled $458.75. The North Kossuth Shipping Association will hold its annual meeting, March 24, at the VFW haJLgt 12, noon. There will be an election of three directors' 1 and a report of the annual business. A L. Brown of Algona will be here and also a speaker from the Wilson Packing Co., Albert Lea. A free concert will be presented by the high school band, Tuesday, March 21, at the school auditorium, at which time the new uniforms will be worn for the first time. The concert will start at 8 p. m., and will also include members from the mixed chorus and other contest entrants, according to Rufus Sanders, music instructor. Mrs. C. F. Schulfz Heads Lone Rock Band Mothers Lone Hock — The Band Moth- •rs held their monthly meeting at the school house with Mesdames J. M. Anderson, Clifford Mueller, Emil Person, and Milton Marlow as hostesses. The officers for the coining year are Mrs. C K Schultz as president, Mrs. Art Priebe as vice president, Mrs. Milfred Mitchell as secretary, and Mrs. Dick Wetzel as treasurer. Mr and Mrs. Fred Genrich spent Wednesday night and Thursday at the Lloyd Schenck home at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walsh and girls were Thursday evening supper guests a week ago at the Fred Genrich home. t Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig drove to Mason City Wednesday, where Frank atteftded a John Deer meeting at the Hotel Hanford. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson spen Tuesday at the Melvin Nelson home at Goldfield. The T. W. Kelly family of Em metsburg spent Sunday at tru- Everett Lockwood home. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockwood and Merle of Swea City spent Sunday eve ning there. Mr. and Mrs. Orvillo Lockwood and family, the Allwin Lockwood family, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lockwood spent Tuesday evening, March 7, at the parental Dale Lockwood home at Swea City, helping Mrs. Dale Lockwood celebrate her 3irthday. The Richard Jensen family spent Thursday evening at the Richard Behrends home. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. Jr. and Mollie left Tuesday to spend the rest of the week at thfe >arental H. K. Drown home and o attend a convention at Des Moines. Vernon Culbertson, son of Mr and Mrs. Joe Culbertson, under- vent an appendectomy at St. Ann lospital in Algona, Tuesday The Community Club held its rionlhly meeting at the Hall Thursday evening. A picture oi he 1949 World Series was shown Mrs. Glenn Householder, Daryl 'aryl, and Ellwyn spent Tues- ay at Ft. Dodge and also visiting Mrs. Geo. Pettit at the hospital n Emmetsburg, Mrs. Barker of Cedar Rapids ame Monday night to visit her sister, Mrs. C. E. Householder and family. Mrs. WoodroW Pettit and children and Mrs. H. A Blanchard were Wednesday dinner guests there. JVIr. E. B. Dittmer of Burt spent Tuesday afternoon at the Wm. Schrader home. Katherine Marie Binzen, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Binzen, was baptized by Father Schultes at St. John's church at Bancroft, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crowley, Jr. were sponsors for the baby. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behkendorf and Mr. F. H. Hintz of LuVerne spent Thursday at the home of Mrs. Fred Lieb. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Christenson and Mrs. Robert Gladstone spent Tuesday at Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Christenson went for a checkup. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus and family spent Wednesday evening at the Wayne Mann home at Burt, where 1 they celebrated their daughter Jane Angus' 5th birthday, and the Mann's granddaughter Cynthia Whitehill's 2nd birthday. The Burt Farm Bureau met Tuesday evening at the Ralph Bierstedt home. The 4-H girls gave a skit on the history of their club and the conducting of their meetings. A speaker from Algopa gave a talk. Lunch was served to around 45. Irwin Frye of Laurens spent from Monday till Wednesday at the Laverne Hammerstrom home. Mr. and Mrs. , Wilfred Radig spent Tuesday at Ames visiting the Marvyn Daun home and at- tending'the sub-state basketball tournament that night] i Tuesday, March 21, 1950 Algona Upper Des Molnes-7 NOT CHARMING John Smith of Nora Spring was bitten by a dog and has sued for $200. Mr. Smith's ferfing< were not mollified any to learn that the dog's name was "Charm,' a title which he feels is undeserved. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS COLONI last word In a complete home heafing unit. Tops In Economy, Comfort and Convenience. Eaiy Operation ...they both deserve the BEST Ntw way te rait* tolvnl Won 38 hours afttr birth— <top milk ftcding In just 30 days— jave up to 1. 000 lb«. milk on t>ch ca|- ovtr oil-fashioned whole milk fcrJirK. W»ync Calf .Startrr can hcl i you rai»t bttttr calves at lower cost. FELLOW PASSENGERS While on a tour of Mexico, Mr. and Mrs. John O'Brien enjoyed a ride on the same train with the Duke and Duchess of Windsor observing the royal couple several times from the rear of the observation car as they greeted throngs along the way. P. R. IRONS Phcne S23-W AI.QONA GREEN COLONIAL £0« HOM« OF ALL S»7£S *NO ALL KINGS Of FUEL WAYNE CALF see U* Today .......... NEALY HDWE. AND HATCHERY BURT, IOWA What Makes Friends? it aho fQTUKft Feed CALF-WEEN for a GOOD START Liquid ltd »nd easily digested, CAU- WEEN will wire your calves a «ood start toward profitable producers. Economically priced. CAU.WHN is the "BUDGET" food imon. calf foods, and xears of experience and research have made it one of the finest Calf Suricrs oa the market today. GUARANTEED TO GIVE RESULTS $3.85 A Poti Algona Co-Op. Creamery Algona, Iowa What does it mean when we »ay we guarantee this article? With us, it means that the guarantee is as good today on the first mattress we made as on the day we made it. That is to say, we will make it over like new and charge only two dollars a year that the mattress has been in use. That Is what our guarantee means at this time. We think we build more real sleeping comfort In your mattresses than you can get for your money anywhere else. They are fully hand-made from springs to tufts. Price doejn^make'friends-but quality does. You may soon forget the price you paid, but the name Stambrook is your assurance of quality. We like ourselves and we will do our best to merit your respect and we have found that the quality in our mattresses has made us many friends. Call on us at any time. We will try and make what you want. We make baby mattresses and sectional fee- ther beds, too, in addition to our regular size mattresses. ROCK BOTTOM PRICES Due to high layability and high hatchability, we are able to drop the price of our biggest selling chick $4.00 per 100 on Pullets SARGENT FEEDS are doing a mighty fine job for us this year. Our livabiiity guarantee is satisfactory plus 95'' at 3 weeks of age. Your patronage is appreciated. NEALY HATCHERY Burt, Iowa Musical Variety Show Sponsored by BURT AMERICAN LEGION Friday, March 24th BURT HIGH SCHOOL 8:15 P. M. Adults 75c Children 50c Starring Professional Entertainers From Iowa Barn Dance Frolic—A Fun-Packed Program of Music, Songs and Rib- Tickling Humor.