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^ifr-'v >"> j J, .-i v "J r,«*> t t, 'it"/' $!"> &»At0*A&.UApif DM ^--^-f^iF-"^! 1 'iti 1 in fj — - •<- - - tosstlay, Jahuiafy 6, f$48 Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Gettman announce the engagement o' itheir daughter 'Maryarin of Ma -son City to Charles M. Pearce son of Mrs. F. F. Pearce. Mason •City. Delmar Angus came home Thursday, having been releasec ;from the Kossuth hospital.where 'he had had an appendectomy 'December 26th. ' Charles Officer, son of Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Officer, arrived home Monday evening from Key West 'Fla., having been discharged , from the navy in which he had served two years. He plans to enter Iowa University in January, where he will study medi- -cine. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Johns of Mandan, N. Dak., have been vis- 'itintj the past week at the home of Mrs. Johns' sister Mr. and •Mrs. Ben Bahling. New Year's Eve Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan entertained a group of friends in 'honor of Mr. and Mrs. Johns' 25th anniversary. Don Boettcher. son of Mr. and Mrs. George Boettchnr, came Friday to spend a few davs with . Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher. Walther League entertained the parents at a Watch Party on New Year's Eve at the Lutheran church. The Methodist Youth Fellowship had charge of the Watch Party at tho Methodist church New Year's Eye. Legion Auxiliary meets Tues- 'day evening. January 6, with Mrs. John Koestler, Mrs. Etta Howard and Mrs. Walter Lockwood assisting. Henry Manns has been quite Rick with the flu but is some bet- 'ter now. Wilbert Ban-? had his other tonsil removed Friday morning at the Burt hospital.,, Emil Haase and family were Wow Year's clay dinner guests of ;Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bredehoeft. Emmetsburg; in the after•noon they called on Mrs. Wililam Maroscheck. Ayrshire. , Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bredehoeft, Leonard Bredehoeft and Mrs. Fred Wojahn and family. Emmetsburg, were S u n d a'y guests of the Emil Haases. Mrs. Gail West and children, DCS Moines, has been spending a 'few davs at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meier. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bussie •and family and Mr. and Mrs. ;Carl Reynolds and sons were New Year's dav guests of Mr. and Mrs. August Bellinger, Algona. . Mr. £>nd Mrs. Earl S. .Girton of Marshalltown and daughters Marilyn, Washington, D. C., and 'Careta of Ames were holiday •guests of Mrs. Girton's mother Mrs. Gcrta Thompson and broth- •er Harvev Thompson and familv. Max Schrader returned to Amos, Sunday, to resume his studios there. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Chipman and family of Ames were Sun- fiav guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman. The Woman's Council of the Presbyterian church meets Wednesday afternoon at the •church with the following pro•pram: Evelyn Angus, the dcvo- 'tionals, and Rev, Rav Hill will talk on some phase in the field of religious education. Hostesses are Mrs. W. W. Boettcher. Mrs. Art Davis, Mrs. Hugh McDonald Mrs. Nols Nelson. Mrs. Bill wnltz, and Mrs. Mennet Trunk- hill. fenheiser, all of Iowa Falls. They spent -New Year's Day with the Donald Mitchells. Mrs. Nella Mitchell, who has been visiting here a couple of weeks, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lockwood and family spent Saturday with Mrs. Emma Lockwood, Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Chipman. Dolliver, There will be Fellowship Night with a pot luck supper Thursday, January 8, at the Presbyterian church. It is also the annual meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mathson, Arlene and Melvin, West Bend, and Lurena Wessel were New Year's guests of Friedolf Soderberg. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott. were New Year's guests of Lulu Hawcott and Selina Clifton. Barbara Thompson went to. McGrecor, Saturday, to visit her roommate Virginia Schult,. From there they will return to school at Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Meiers" of Blue Earth were New Year's day' »uests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry VIeier. Don Dremmel and John Rash •eturned to Dubuque Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Leeper and Mr. and Mrs. Will Leeper, East Chain, were New Year's guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Leeper. Mary Peters returned to Elgin, 111.. Thursday evening to resume her teaching duties. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill entertained at an oyster stew New Year's Eve, the following bein<r guests: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rinssdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolf and Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf. Edward Anderson Rites Sunday At Swea City Swea City -^- Funeral services for Edward Anderson, who farmed for many years in this region, were held Sunday, Jan. 4, at the First Baptist church in Swea City, Mr. Anderson died on New Year's day at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ralph Sanders at F&irmont. Minn., atter an illness of several months. ' Born,"near.-.East' Chain, Minn., Mr. Andersonjliyed in that neighborhood until'some years after his marriage to Clara \Blomstrom of East Chain, then moved to Swea township with his family. It was there that he lost his arm in a corn picker accident about 20 years ago. Mrs. Anderson died soon after the birth of the fifth daughter, Edna, and the family noved back to East Chain. Mr. Anderson gave up farming several years ago and had been living in Fairmont. His health had been failing the past three years or more. The body was brought to the were field o the Catholic ehttrcK lh afld the bwy tf«-tad, "f^ « .viBii wiui.iier mom Alfoit! ttittfrahritat exei8 .. . ier l&Wa University at ' while _. ..... publics-high school ained-'a j$fralBht"A '.where-sheV s was If a«d -all =s-chb5l w . T6m Conlon, tips' here, having bp'erated thfe department in 'a local Stb some time, the fatoily htfwg at Armstrong. Nifte ohllarm 1 fill of whdm live In nbrth loWa.'W- Vive. i' ' fiat Sh60 Said v<!' Mrs. fimma Nelson has Eat Shop here to Led Ratlseh LUverne Clifford of the se, who will remodel and fedeco'ra'te the caf6 p^rlor' to ^pefting next week. Mr. Rauschjs^oWnett of the Diamond Horsesllbe* Va't Esther* ville. ' * . Coop. Meeting 7ih The annual meeting of' the Swoa City co-operative creamery and locker company'is slated for Wednesday, Jan, 7 at Luther hall. The Lutheran ladies aid will serve dinner at 11:30 and continue until all are- served. The annual report, business meeting and eloc* tion of officers will begin at 1 p. m. and there will be a demonstration by a Kossuth county field man and talk by O. K. Starre, state dairy expert. 'Door prizes will be awarded. *• jfayene,"JKStner, uenricn, s\ Falls, ,M#iah , targe*, >&id ~«u Anderson of-Ames'are'ambng.the " - " fimfiufhing to their the chfis-lmas vac&' . studies, SI. John's Lutheran Church Ferdinand Reith, Pastor Burt, Iowa The annual congregation meeting will be held on Thursday afternoon at 1:00. The Ladies' Aid will meet on Thursday afternoon, 2:00. The Walther League on Thursday evening, 8:00. Sunday, Jan. 11: 9:45, Sunday schools; 10:30, divine service. Mrs. Peter Peters returned Tuesday from a visit with relatives in St. Paul -and Rochester. Mrs. Peters' sister Ruth Krueger, who was a patient at a Rochester hospital last summer, recently suffered a relapse and ,was -J-e- turned to the hospital, for treatment. Guests at the ReVvfeter Peters home on New YeariVnight were his brother, the Rev.-C. ,H, Peters, pastor of the BapiteC church? at Gilmore City, his wife anch~child, and mother-in-law, Mrs., James Hanson. The group had been at St. James, Minn.,,-. ,fpr a New ,jnd Mrs. ftobeft *« H «. fuhs^noved -out ,of their 'apart- menfr'fVef the A. ahd'L. store t6 Armstrong, wher6 he will b& em* ployed in a billiard parlor. Algeria Girl Is Graduate Nurse ; Charlotte Ann J o h n s o n t daughter of'Mrs. Grace E. Johnson, 610 E. McGregor-street, Algona, loWa.Swas listed among'the 1947 -ho'fior graduates of the nursing schools of. lllihbis, in an announcement today by the-Illinois State Nurses association. 1 Miss Johnson graduated from •the Presbyterian* Hospital Sehbol •of Nursing 1 , Chicago, in'Noverri* ber, the 'highest ranking graduate' of the yedr. She has'-always 'been-,'a leader in, school activities,, 'going back to * high school 'days at Algona high. -Later she delating clergymen were the Rev. R. P. Bronleeke, state evangelist for Minnesota Baptist convention, who was a former pastor here, and the Rev.x Peter Peters, local . in Lakeside cemetery, Fairmont. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Francis Sevold (Lucille), Maple Hill; Mrs. Ralph Sanders (Dorothy), Fairmont, Minn.; Mrs. Marion Koons (June), Ten-ill; Mrs. Gustave Isenberg (Sylvia), Fairmont, Minn.; and Edna, also with them for a visit at Gilmore City. . . ' The annual business meeting of Immanuel Lutheran Congregation will be held at the -church on Baptist pastor. Burial was'made wil1 *? e heTld at.;, the/church' on in Lakeside cemetery, Fairmont. T , u , esd , a y'jj an /. 6 ' beginning at 10 Burl P'resbvlerian Church Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, January 11: 10:00 a. m. Morning worship, sermon. "The Lamb of God." Text, John 1:29. 11:00 a. m. Sunday schoot Adult topic, "Belief in God Today." 6:30 p. m. Intermediate Westminster Fellowship. 7:30 p. m. Senior Westminster Fellowship. , . , of Fairmont. There are six grandchildren. He also leaves the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. P. W. Larson, Swea City; Sam of Fairmont. In Band Concert Mr .and Mrs. George K. Nelson and Doris and Mrs. Fern Peterson and Arlene drove to Des Moines. Friday, for the all-state school band concert in which Doris participated. From Des Moines Arlene Peterson took the Rocket' for Chicago to resume her studies in Vogue School of -Fashion, -after -a two weeks vacation. , . , o'clock. Election of officers will be held. , Immanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet Thursday, Jan. 8, ; with Mesdames A. M: Amundsori. Ed Peterson, J. August Peterson, George Nyman, Carl Appelquist, Erwin Heidemvith and Leonard Appelquist as hostesses. Mrs. Eva Zufall Ackerson 1 of Stillwell, Kansas,-was married on Dec. 19 to Charles H: Sullrtant ot Kansas City. She is seljlingMhe cafe she operated ''near" Stilwell and will live in Kansas City, v*«,y o air tu.fy\jiia iiigu, • JUatUI ollC attended ,' Cornell , collegd, - Mt ir—'-*f;.ia.,_ W here she was.treas l^'the Cornell Christian as «,- treasurer bf the Wohi Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Williams •went to Austin. Minn.. Monday, to visit at the home of their son Roy Williams and family. From there they were going to Minneapolis to visit relative*. Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Ollum had as Sundav dinner guests Mr rncl Mrs. Milton Espy and son! Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight, "nd Raymond of Whittemore, Fosella and Harold Voight of Algona. Alfred Hagen and sons of Gut- 'tonberjr came Friday for a few days' visit with his mother Mrs. 'C. F.. Hagen and sister Mrs. K. C Kickbush and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Bierbaum and family of Cherokee were weekend visitors of the Howard McMullens. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Peterson and family, Mrs. Gertrude McMullen •Paton, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peterson, Jefferson. Charleen Heishiser and Betty McKevitt, Waterloo, were Wednesday to Saturday guests of Margaret Reimers. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary had the following New Year's guests•Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Trenary and 'daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Green and familv of Ledyard- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dugan and son and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker , Mr. and Mrs. Rov" Ringsdorf had as euesK Thursday, Mr. and Mrs, Wendell Ringsdorf and Mr. and Mrs. Will Rinfsdorf. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ringsdorf became the parents of their second child, Friday morning, a son born at the hospital in Es: 'therville. ' Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf •hacj as dinner guests Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson and \son. Ringsted, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wpltz and family. Norman and Betty Mitchell returned home Thursday with •their aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mitchell and sons, where they had been visiting a > few days. Also coming with; •"^hera were Mr. and Mrs. Al QJ- Thul Baby, Only A Year Old, Dies St. Joe — Funeral services for Mary Lucille Thul, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul, were held Saturday at" Sacred Heart Catholic church. Ledyard with Father Maynard and Father Nicholas Becker officiating. Burial was in the Ledyard Catholic cemetery. Casket bearers were Donald Becker, Bernard Becker, Robert Becker and Marvin Becker. Mary Lucille born Dec. 29, 1946, passed away Friday morning, Jan. 2. Sho had not been well since birth. Survivors are her parents and four sisters and two brothers. They are David. Donna, Barbara. Charlene, Jean Marie and Richard. Grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. John Thul of here and many other relatives. Called-By. Illness- Mr, and Mrs. Ross Elliott were called to . Spencer on Saturday, Dec. 27, by the illness of Mrs. Elliott's mother, Mrs. Sarah Katherine Conlon, 69, who was found lying on the floor of her apartment in a state of coma after suffering a heart attack and hemorrhage. Dwellers in the downstairs apartment became concerned when- they failed- to hear Mrs. Conlon nioving about, and investigation revealed that she had fallen. She was removed to a hospital at once and all the children were called, but she never recovered consciousness and died on Sunday morning. Funeral services Mr. and Mrs. Anton Becker of here and Mr', and Mrs, Math Becker of Wesley spent last Tuesday at Stacyville with Sister M. Georgine. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Eischen and family were Tuesday evening supper guests at the John Thul home. St. Joseph's school reopened Monday, Jan. 5th after a two weeks holiday vacation. Leonard McGuire, student at St'. John's college, Collegeville, Minn., returned to school after spending the holidays with home folks. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire. Marjorie Ilk is taking the place of Margery Gales assisting with the school lunches in St. Joseph's school. Mr. and Mrs. Rav ThiJfres, Mr and Mrs. Delmar Pla'the, Bernard and Jake Thilges spent several day? last week visiting the John Reilings at Carroll. Books In Memory Of Mother Clear Lake—Dr. J.. Guy Clapsaddle, Burt, presented three books to the Clear Lake public library in memory of his mother the late Mrs. D. D. Clapsaddle, who lived here many years. Titles of two of the books are 'I Remember Distinctly', by Agnes Rogers, and 'Postscript to Yesterday', by Frederick Lewis Allen. FOR SALT - GRAIN YOU KNOW! FEED - COAL BURT CO-OP. ELEVATOR Mixers of Felco Feeds Phone 35 'aS- They'll Get Along All Right- Bccause 1 Their JVIIIK . Is .Coming From ;^:'Burts.t Cream Station Phone 166 SM Had Swop Idea , ?ur> noture dealer here, received -tew JwrtWftWide fkmeas the of s ma Forest City newspaper. . , and .others . furniture 'prices .. .line, \vith 'the that ... e not out ^i, iij,v , vyiiu me 'iimes Hanson qttbtfed prices in term's 0i !£rf ft ira%! s f<.'Pf9"»»t Pieces and Merle 1 Otis, local farmer, took '£. }%\ W?* & ?P° ttcd #<>' nd Chinas for, a refrigerator and 4;burn'er'electric',stove. , ' Hanson -sejit. a copy of. tiis BRING, Y6UH;.fc*HNESs'<f 6 Daniels Harness and Shoe Shop For Repairing and Oiling ! We caray f a;fuU line of harness l^JL^^Vhoefer.oV^hp'eS,' Biitt, lotira •ftiwafj i_il ^jlle ff jThe' high school ibr college "teadhcrs here them—sent no Christmas teYeair cards to each,6th- . *i . J SCHOll'S p, * • .,• Foot Comfort Remedies TH OEPT. 'PJiDne 4 Bart, Iowa BEAUTY SHOI f- | { ^ , .. IJ< . , , Chai pbpLTRV RISERS t ^ 1948 We offer'.you hiflh quality chicks/from goo'd slock, assute you of gobd 'ohioTM>by 'guaranteeing 95% at three,weeks, of ag'e./f|ly-, . pullets are tested ^ea^yjlfor^our hatchery flocks .. _ .lave not found a singj- —--• i -- •"*•-• ' plishmeni we are,proud 6f. 95% Accuracy guaranteed, pn^xjja chicks. ^ -. ,* FROM:,* Big lamp., and "oUr popU- ,i N - , ^, ' /, •^ ",. /-i..; •-- ' •Wayne Peed. HERY lie Rdcks/N* •Cr6M.«.r. v j. V > . . . ,, , Ycor 'Round Poultry Service, NE^VLY HA , Bfe lOperofed 'by !t;H AAEyJER> ELAINE KOPPEN Give Us a Name! WlN A•"" ""*"" for ihe • besl .harno • foriour, shop, we will give a'nyElecf <> ironic Permanent Bring "in your suggestion,''or maili! lo us riow. •' " I Shampoos 1 ancPWcives* [< 95c ; . Machine Permanents <tl <t'x»,' ' <t°7't *"> , , -pa JpO; i..Jp/ -, , Machiheless i ' f Permanen[ts ;'--^ *<t ; PeVmanents »r * tj rr r& * rsJF* "" j ^••-PawBii^B-fA^ ' '• ''T 't J'VfJ RUTH^MEYER; , EL>INE KOPREN- ; ^ • Novv: ; bwj[ners of, Vee iTes's'^ vij * - T. ".'Beauty fhfP^'^jpi r l '«- (f 1 * fl Set Us Today at tfit •WAYNE 3-Unt SIGN- NEALY HARDWAREi) AND HATCHERY ,? r BURT, IOWA COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. " I •!/,*«• ' , Farm Liability Automobile Pickups Trucks and Tractors see h NELS J. NELSON PHONE 159 Burt, Iowa Tuesday, January 6 Who Wouldn't Waiif I" jfikhen Like This " T J^t + ^ I . A Report of Condition of BURT SAVINGS BANK of Burt, Kossuth County, in the State .of Iowa at the close of business on December 31st, 1947, to the SUPERINTENDENT OP BANKING, STATE OF IOWA ' , _ ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in process of collection $166201 19 I. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed , i 80944550 6. Loans and discounts (including $30.35 overdrafts)"" 201,'304'79 7. Bank premises owned $4,200.00, furniture and fixtures $600.00- ^ 4 800 00 12. TOTAL ASSETS . "". ""- ^'° uo - uo 10 _, '' LI A B ILI T IE'S 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ,_ * •-•"$91808704 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships,""a"nd^Co^:: '.', ' porqtions __ - -it" 61-27523 15. Deposits of United States Government Tincludlns pos> ' tal sayings) , . « _. 249149P 16. Deposits pf States and political subdivisions --_-:?C— ~- 1ia " 1 "" K = 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS' $112152478 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not" including subordinated ObllfiatiOnS chrmfn KO!^»IT\ ^ 0,1 Unk§ lease Emmetsburg — The Kearny Park Golf & Country Club here has again rented its golf course for a 5-year period. The land is owned by the state, and the state conservation commission has control. I "CAPITAL" v*ir "ACT 1522670 ' 25. Capital* „ 26. Surplus „_--! IIIIIIIIII"' 27. Undivided profits 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS" 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND *T C h? SU bS S -ca"pUaTcon"sI^ f*,«i,-i 0 *, W Common stock with total par value of $25,000.00 WP H E. Rachut, President; H. A. Thompson, Cashier, and V, I, Assistant. Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly fl rrli*m triat T«<a <i r\r»t rf\ c*t-r\4 nw« ,-*v*4- i« 4-«. ._ i j.i A j_i * *i \ v - v/ . ^||)LD EXCLUSIVELY BY COWAN/si ^.S la »* t *_.* . 1 1 _ .s r — \ i ^ '^XZ&to&l^^v^toto™**™ pan.-Mick out just the units you want—a ca S^^i!2^^!L B ?A*eiv W V^ : j,f an investment that 'will payybu'diVfdends y in-kitchen work, art'd iv r etniiA , r f - i 5~"""v < "" > "*"3' *- ****• *** ,«•*» ti*Y«sB*ineni ,jnai i -;^.f»' f i etin ?f' Jn 'abo'-saving, more joy .n-isucm ="*'*"* cleanliness. See them now at pur store',; < A If 1^ I«,!L & f\ ' *i ^ w'i^/.i 1 •• Our Conviertent, Payment Plan ^j ^ * f^ i 9 j^ i °" These Modern 'Kitcbtms ; V :"• •l!n* *- Why^Have Just an Ordinairy" 1 Flpqr ,^hen Our ~ ••"'"''< l«ay an Armstrong You Thai, is Designed? ' ywf * ff ,-fK /-A vway T L. —._. , „_„„.„.., -,>..,.,.w. ui kll> ; d UU v C »jcm»cu uaiiii uu soienuuv swear and affirm that the above statement is true and that this report fully gnd correctly represents the true state of the several matters herein contained aiy} set forth, to the best of our knowledge belief. , ° . ' H. E. RACHUT, President f; £; yS^JPSON, Cashier State o'f Jowa, County o| Kossyth, ss. and c«urais9ioij expfa-gs fuly '»t'4 *H& 7ou Can Install Congowpll ^11^ yan4 when'ygi* d£/'jo«r kitchener buthroom will, ^^jj • take on new beaulvl Gonaowall is'a PRRMAMRMV ...»:«?:-..j> FFATURE STRIP -,'r^T-T "TJ-»^- f7^» T-^».i»!5» «|«lf»*»« I take on nev? feeauJy|.§ 9 ngew*W Isf feaked enamel wall' ?9yerfng irj a ^ IwJfi.lik? expenfiive ferjiruj, | t j, w R Sl»an* with i 4«nB wg r — J pBHMAIfllft, l»lt Bi«*n | «,wfl»h»fele ntw.iicr ASK ABOUT OUR PAY :f

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