The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1948 · Page 3
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< . • "* ' ineers job With RCA Corp. BUrt—Mr. arid 1 Mrs. J. L, "Wilier ^hd his wife tbok Lawrence Miller TO Ames early Friday' morning, i tyhgre he* was-'-to begin Work Mohday morrii'hg for the R. C. A. corporation! Lawrence was graduated'from'-, a course in electrical engirieeftrig "'; Iowa (State college last week, is wife arid !cfaugh*tdf,-' Vicky) >p staying with'her parents" Mi-.' d Mrfli'.E, P. Fredricksoh, .until can fihcl living 'quarters , for ' Holiday !,/ There was no school .._.,, 1 ^., my as 'School was dismissed on /.•count of Good Friday. Siipt. ? \.nd Mrs. W. : B. Officer and' family left Thursday evening for a .short visit with relatives at Di^ ft Lonal. They expected to bring their daughter Margaret, who is' a student at Simpson, home wjth ftiem for a short visit. • Visitors'In Burt Mr. and Mrs; R. J.' de la Hunt. Ames, were dinner, guests Thursday at the O. H. Graham home. They were on their way to Bis- rtiark, N. D.,'to attend the wedding of their son Donald. He just Sjraduated from Iowa State college. He and his wife will'go to Cincinnati, Ohio, where he has a position with 'Proctor & Gamble as a research chemist. * t »• ? * | l Union Service Friday f 'A union. Good : Friday service- was-held'in 'fire •Presbyterian church Friday morning. The'Rev; W. S. Handy, pastor of the Methodist church, gave the sermon on i IIJThe Humiliation of the -Son": | Evelyn Becker sang "He Was ; Despised", and the union choir i sang the anthem "God So Loved the Wjdrld." i Taken To Rochester I Charles Olson and Bert Godden ;t6pk Mrs. Olson to Rochester, Minn., Wednesday where she entered jthe hospital for examination ?and treatment. Thursday Mr. ^Ispntend his daughter Mrs. Dean [eier' and children, whd' are yis- (iting here f rOm .Tacbma, Wash., Tjtent to Madison, Wis.,: to visit'his other daughter Mrs. Bill Martin- New Granddaughter Mr., and Mrs. 'Robert (Moore have a new .granddaughter since Wednesday afternoon, when v a ' daughter was born.' to Mr. and $S^s. Aftdy Phillips • of Woden at ' ( the Kossuth hospital. "Legion-Auxiliary' Meeting , » The, American Legion and Aux- i iliary will meet next Tuesday ev- !' ening, April 6, in the Legion hall. A*pot-luck lunch will be served. 1 Home/For Easier Mary Peters, Who teaches at ; 81gin,; 111., • came home Thursday for an-over Easter'visit "with her mother Mrs. : Wi;'A. Peters', ,'y'* , ' ' •• . ••.' A '•'. '.•; ' ' Birihday Clrtle Meets * -the Birthday 1 Circle met That's, day cifternbbn With Mrs. Charles Davis. C611ege Student Home Melvin Graham, who is attending junior college at Masbn City, spent last week at the home*of his'parents Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Graham. Shirley 'Harvey, Simpson student, spent the Weekend with her patents Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'Robert Voigt wtts brought Hurt's; .Wednesday from Park hospital^t MaSbn City, where he had b^&tv a.patient for a.couple of week's. Carol Reynolds, Robert Moore Jr., Jerry Eimers, Claude Whitehill, Jr. and Wayne Schichtl, students at tJpper Iowa university a't' Fayette, arrived home Thursday '.to spend Easter with their families. /Beverly Bussie, who teaches at Victor, came Friday to spend,-the Easter weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hrman Bussie. , Mrs. Henry Wiener was taken to'the home of her daughter Mrsr Glenn Mino at Swea City Friday. She had been in poor health for several weeks., Her ailment wad diagnosed .as virus pneumonia arid she v/as taken to her daughter's for care and rest. Mr.' and Mrs. J. W. Dorrancej Fairmont, Minn., were calling on Burt friends last Tuesday. . ' . Mrs. Roscoe Iliff was called ; to Webster City Wednesday evening by news-that her daughter Mrs. 'Frank Starrey, had had an operation. ' '•" £\ • Mr.,' and Mrs. Robert Melville and ston, Iowa'City,'arrived Wednesday night'.to spend'the Easter vacation with:Mrs. Melville'sr/pa- rents Mr. .and-Mrs. G. J. F. vpgel. Charles Officer and Gerald R)ejfl n el, • university students', ca,rhfe home with them for a visit iwlj;|i' their parents. ,«is.-'',v Mr. and Mrs. H.-E. Rachut went to Lake Park Thursday afternoon and brought home their daughter Mary Jean for the weekend. She is a teacher there. ~~ t Mrs. K. J. jSmith and son Rich^ ard went to Kingsley Wednesday to visit MrSj Smith's mother Mrs; Elizabeth \Little, for a few days. • .. Robert Moore returned last week Monday 'from I6wa City! where he had had an operation on^his lip. • . i,.£sjsr?~ Lprena and John ,~Riebholt fsp'efit a short Easter vacation with their .parents Mr. and Mrs. L. E. •Riebhoff. They are students -at Mb'r_ningside college. ';-•.'-•' Richard ; Giermann, Omaha, .. arrived Thursday evening for an over Easter .visit at. the ReV.-W. S/ 'Handy horne. He i Mrs. Htffidy's'father. Burl Presbyterian Church Ray?K. Hill, Minister Sunday, April 4— 10 a. m., morning worship. Ser mo'ri, "God's Rest". 11 a. m., Sunday school, A'dul topic, "Ezekiel". 7 p;m., Westmirister fellowship ; 8'^.vrn.;: praise \ and'-prayer Ser vice'. 'Bible' 'slides! GPSpel singing Sermon, "The Soul's Anchor." Wednesday, April 7— 2:30 p. m.. women's counci' Topic, "Jesus and Human Need' leader Mrs, ; Nell Dremmel. Thursday, April 8— 10 a. m., Presbyterial at Rock well City. Sermon .Series— During the months of April and May. the pastor will deliver a series of Sunday morning sermons ort the 'Epistle to'the Hebrews. Full Gospel Church A. R. Kern, Pastor; Sunday school, 10 a. m! Morning worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic Service, 8 p. m. • Mid-week Services — Wednesday prayer meeting, 8 p.' m. Friday, cottage prayer meeting. We endeavor to have this meeting in different homes consequently we announce it every week during our regular services. Everybody welcome. Mr. and Mrs. OrHlle G^hnAYi spent Easter at R6ckwcll City with the former's sister an'd jrother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pitstick, and his mother Mrs, ft. F. Drennon. Mfs. Agnes Eischeid and Daf old spent Sunday at St. Benedict with Mr. and Mrs. F.'H. FroelicH, her daughter and Vtfi-in-law. Jerty Lee, son of Ml. and Mfs. Chet Cook, returned to the University hospital at Iowa City last Week for g check-up on«a fotil cdnyitibn for which he'has be£n receiving troatment for some time. i , Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mergcrt and famjly" spent Easter at Whitte-' more with Mr. and 'Mrs. Nick Mergen, parents of Leo. Mr. and Mrs. Satn'Baylot hid as, guests Sunday their son-ih- law Joe Daughan /if Titonka, and his children. . ; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baylor spent last week Suriday at Ames with Mr. and Mrs. Don Jacobspn. Mrs. Jacotason is a niece of Baylor. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. LaiVall „__ as guest over Easter Mrs. John Lund, mother oi: Mrs. Laivill, who came Thursday from St; "Ansg'ar. and remained a few days. i Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reid and sons David and Allen spent Surtif day at Blue Earth, Minn., witn Mrs. Reid's sister and brother-ini law, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Sparksj' They were joined there.by Mrf and Mrs. Fred Schroeder of La-i kota, another sister and brother- in-law of Mrs. Reid. Hay Anderson spenl Ihe week-i end at Webster City* with his wife, who recently had surgery at the Hamilton county hospital Eti4f^r for removal of g'allsto'ries. 'Jlf. KM Mrs. HiiM?-GiiilW a«« IMX 'fepent last week Sunday at WdWtloo with Mr. arid 'Mrs. Leortfifd Cutler, brother an'd sis- ter-inyaw of Harry. Easter 'Sun^ day the Harry Cutlers 'had as ^treSts'tho latter's parents, 'Mr. and'Mrs. C. T. WilsOn of Rdssie an'd ' 'her sister and br6ther-ia- law Mr. and Mrs. Walter Connor of Sibux Rapids. < Mfs. • Celia Deal teiuthed last Week from Graettinger, Where she had visited'her: mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan, and her sistei and broth,n--in-law, Mr. and Mfs Bob Simonsen. She brought batk with her u cousin of Mra. Mor- Mn»: >Myrtle Beck of Woodbine ; Wh6nv they had not seen for 35 y^ars. The visitor remained foi only a'brief visit. •: Mt. ind Mrs. Jack Snydet o. Cplby, '-Kans., visited 'Thursday ancbFHday with Mrs. Frank Ste- britz, mother of Mrs. Snyder, arid ffbm : here went to 'Clarion to spend a few days with Mr. am Mrs'. Al Coleman, brother am sister-in-law -of Mrs. Snyder.who The Meihodisl Church William Si Handy, Pastor Sunday, April 4— Sunday school, 10 a. m., talk, "Fishers of Men". Missionary picture. Morning worship, il a. m., sermon by; the pastor. M. Y. F., 8 p. m., "Christianity is Power". . The April meeting of the W. S. C. S. will be held at the church Wednesday, ApVil 7, at 2:15 -p. m. A Visual Aid'Workshop will be held at Humboldt Friday, April 9. Dr. C. R. Crakes will be headliner. 8 0*. SANFORIZED Body Lengths Proportioned to Leg LengtrV BUY YOUR CORRECT SIZE K.I Smith Dept. Store BURT SCHRADER'S BURT Cooperative IF YOU WANT chicles from a hatchery that has a reputation of putting out ALL good 1 ' chicks, backed with a 95 percent livability ; guarantee at three weeks of age— chicks that come from flocks which did not have a single pullet reactor in them this past year—chicks 'from hatchery flocks feel em'Wqyrie, Breeder Mash, hatched in Jamesway incubators with hatches averaging 85 percent of all; eggs set, assuring you of strong chicks from healthy hens, then you want NIAtY CHICKS, ~> i ) , you get a "Plus Poultry $ervice"'t6 heljrycu With any'pr'oblems at «ll times of the year, ^OU^WANT mof«Hh«n.' / |ust'ci^oK of. chicks for ypgr money, then this is the place • to buy them, , . STRAIGHT HUN or sexcd, day old or started* We hove a few orders of surplus shick* on hand, due to our heavy hatches, | yey don't have .yoiir fhjckt^rtfsred* ;b»ttt i ' Insurance Farm Liability Automobile 'Pickups Trucks ) and Tractors see NELSJ. NELSON PHONE 159 Burt, Iowa FELCO CHICK MASH SEED OATS Geresan-Treated Phone 35 was fche former Betty Ann Cole- Tuesday, man. the Rev. and Mfg. Gerald Webb have had as guests the tef. and Mrs. Lowell Chandler and the Rev. Lurille Jenkins of Des Moines. The Rev. Jenkins las been in missionary work at Liberia, West Africa, the past'12 years. In July, all will go to Liberia and the Rev. .Chandler will enter his first year of set 1 vice. In the meantime, they are traveling to the various churches of their faith. Mr. and Mfs. Ray Funk and family spenl Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer, neai Burt. Mrs. Meyer is a sister ol Mrs. Funk. Mr. and Mrs. John Folh and the'former's mother Mrs. Lenore Pe c k had as dinner guest Sunday Mrs. Tilla McCall. Sun- day'evening Mr. and Mrs. Foth were guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Broderson in the Good Hope vicinity. Mr. art'd Mrs. Bob Dilswe.rtl and baby came from Ames las' week and have been with the '30, 1948 Algeria former's mother, Mrs. Alice bits- worth. Richard, another son who attends school at'towa State col' le'ge. Game iCMC^t ViaiiJ.G tjc»i.wiM)wj »w» .rser* weekend,'flit rfcturlniflg ;f6-A%e9 M elHylri fte'welSk. »'•' ,'V^.v 1 *^ . „ , „, „ , ni i-.ir..m<>,ilnrlitii l (IH«niiri«>iilitliltifillf ! '• \ He'll Get Along All Right- Because His MILK Is Coming From Biirt Cream Station Phone 160 BANK NOTES At this time of the year a great many pf pur people' ore making the necessary arrangements for re-financing their farm loans. We wish"to •call the attention of these folks to the many advantages 0f 'having 'your farm loan with your locol home : bank, Here are some of the, many •'advantages! 1, Your !<jgn js wfth'home/people who know have a 'friendly interest 2. Albof llhi*jlcipers.'are ktpt here and m«y be inspected at any time. 3, Ipw Interest Rotes, * • ; «» 4t Ve.ry lilwql pqymt nt options, ; 5. No extras to pay for, tt cvjr with onf of p«r 'officers, Thty'll bt glad tp d!sev»« th» motttr with*yew at gny time, , ( SAVINGS ^•Although tuberculosis is one of the oldest known diseases, its cause was first conclusively proved when Robert Koch isolated the tubercle bacillus a little over fifty years ago. •The success resulting from vigorous public health measures* particularly in the last quarter century, is impressive. At the beginning of the century, tuberculosis led the list of diseases as the > s itnbst frequent cause of,death. Today it has dropped*to seventh place. There is no reason why it should no-: drop completely from the list of important causes of'death. ,.. This splendid'redor'd'has resulted from the combined •efforts of many agencies. An enlightened public opinion with respect to the value of the physician's services has contributed immeasurably^ Have that long-delayed physical examination today. We are prescription specialists. Prompt Deliveries Enjoy It Fully WitSi a New A new Ail-Gas Range provides a modern cooking service that's clean . . . fast. . . convenient . . . low cost. Stop in and let us tell' you about the exceptional features of the new Gas Ranges. Ask about the many advantages of Bottle Gas for cooking, water heating and refrigeration. Algona, Iowa Mte^Hour Service Phone 942J Phone STfcLJ Herman Waller Glenn Harms Put New Life In Your TRACTOR TIRES FLATS FIXED IN YOUR FIELD With or Without the Calcium Fluid in the Tires We pick up and deliver your Tractor Tires. No bother or trouble to you. r" " ' '* % fe r All Work Absolutely Guaranteed CALCIUM CHLORIDE IN YOUR TIRES • PREVENTS BREAKAGE • GIVES EXTRA WEAR • ^PREVENTS SLIPPAGE • GIVES MORE TRACTION GOOD USED ; Tractor Tires PRICED RIGHT W* ate equipped to give you every service on your Tractor Tiref. ON US FOR i "* In th« middle of harveit why te loie Time ond Money to take your wheel off and «ome to town and ^«ive your men idle in the field, Jwst call us'and,,, Bingo! You're goirig We also REPAIR and RECAPj Truck and Passenger Tir ' • • . m i • .- , . • v,»j^,i *..! vw ^>>.&*.!'• *., • '' " - •* '•*-.' t • Complete Rubber

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