The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1948 · Page 17
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-' Burt Musical is Present Contest Prevue Burt—A good ^crowd attended the concert at the school Tuesday evening at which the vocal and piano numbers to be given at the music, contest at Graettinger 6n April'3.and April 10 were presented. ^*jTho .program included numbers *>%J"yhe girls' glee club; a piaho soiu lay Jpyce Rycrs.bri; contralto solo by Jeanette Horstman; numbers by the girls' trio, consisting of Joyce Ryerson, Joan McWhqr- ter arid Mjirlene Dremmel;' piano solo by SliirJev Lockwood; mezzo Jjy soprano solo by Marilyn Bits- worth; numbers by the boys'glee club; mezzo soprano solo by Joan McWhorter; bass solo by Junior Rachut;.numbers by a girls' sex- tette,- .composed of Helen Gettman, Mary Lou Shipler, Marilyn Ditsworth, Shirley Jeanette Horstman Lockwood, and 'Jane , Keith;*' a soprano solo by Joyce Ryerson; piano solo by Marlene Dremmel; numbers by the madri* 1 jral group, which is comoosed of Joyce L ,Ryerson, Joan McWhorter, Laytoh Hash, Gary Reynolds, Shirley Lockwood. Marilyn Ditsworth. Junior Rachut, Gary • Schenck. Marlene Dremmel, and i Jane Keith; also'numbers by the , mixed chorus. The concert was under the direction of Erna Baars, who also accompanied the. solo numbers. Shirley Lockwood and Marlene Dremmel accompan- • led the larger group numbers. * ( jt Post Nuptial Shower Mrs. Francis Sharbon, nee Dorothy Long, was guest of honot at ** a post nuptial shower at the Pies- byterian 'church last Wednesday if afternoon, at which about 50 guests were present. Hostesses .^included the Mesdames Howard Lone and Edward Long, Algona, Cecil Long, Titonka, Pete Plemel, •f Irvington G O McFarland, Clif. ford Holding, Roscoe Stewart, \+ Howard Gelsman, Lewis Scott, and W W Boettcher Evelyn Beckei sang two vocal numbers Mother j&ster Gift Qf F land a Family Voices Buti — Mrs. Cort^ShSV/ re- „ celved an' uriiisual Easter greeting from he* son Don- • did, II etiHttsied of recordings df th'e Voices' of Donald, the members of the W, E. Stow and <2ecil Godfredson families arid that of Mrs. Bernke' , Ganger, all oi Pensacola, Fla.-' W,hen Mrs, S16W heard, then* say, "Hello, Mother?, it * seemed like they were right in the room With .her. All but two of Mrs. Siow's six children live at P>nsacola arid Willard Stow, Cecil Godfredson and .Mrs. Gjknger all Work for Donald in'the hydro gas business, Mrs, Siow's other children are ;Dr. Perijy. Stow, Newton, and Mrs, .Clifford Parrish, Louisville, fay,' • Mrs. Stow spent Eastlr ;.^ith the F. 0. Stows. " 1 Needs". Hostesses are Mrs. Larson, Mrs, Will Grover,.Mr3V,R. H. Thbmp'son, Mrs. A. L. RasfflUs- sen, Mrs. .Glee Bullock and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel. ^ , |r . The Edmund Larsons and! Alvih 'Anderseris were guests; 'at-ithe Clarence Ch'ristensen home, near Titonk'a Wednesday evening. ;in honor qf Mrs. Christensen's birthday. - $.'•; Mrs. J. 'H. Graham and' R./ A. Iliff returned Tuesday from Webster City whe/e they had: been called about :3 week before by the illness of Mr. lliff's daughter. Mrs. Iliff remained for a longer stay. Joan Mann, who is taking nurses training at the Lutheran hospital in Des Moiries, spent the weekend with her parents-, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mann. The Lutheran Aid Society met Thursday afternoori with Mrs. Floyd Koepke and Mrs. Rudolph Willret as hostesses'. ,.. Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt has a new grandson born .to Mr. and Mrs. Art Bierstedt, Lakota, at-the'Buf- falo Center hospital Mar^ch 27. The Bierstedts formerly lived'-in Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Jack H&nnings, Mishawaka, Ind., arrived' Thursday for a short visit with Mrs. Hemng's mother Mrs Mary Steward, and o^her relatives •* They had brought the body of Mr ileu- nings' father, August Hennings, to Britt where funeral services were held Friday. t ^ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martlfisbn and baby, Madison, Wis, arriMed Thursday evening They, were called here by the death or Mrs, Martinson's mother Mrs «Charles Olspn, who died Wednesday ev- daughter .Helen, and Chris Olson were Easter dinner., guests at the Kenneth Graham home in Mason City. Leslie went from there to Cedar Falls where he is a student. Joyce Cfeilenfeld, Rhodora Bussie and Doris Salisbury, who are also Cedar Falls students, drove his car over and picked him. up in Mason City. ' * Mrs. W. A. Peters, Mrs. M. E. Polhemus, Mrs. 'C. ,H.- Schrader and Mrs'. J.-.p". Stow wetfe guests Tuesday afternoon at the C. E. Sigsbee home. The W. S. C. S. meets Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist church with Mrs. G.'P. 'Hawcott, Mrs. W. J. Lockwood, Mrs. R. A. lark and Mrs. Henry Meier as lostesses. Mrs. Sumner Parsons wilL have charge of the devotions and Miss Emily Watson is program chairman. The Ed Kains, Algona, and Andy Naumans, Bancroft, were Easter Sunday guests at the L. H. the (Methodist Church William S. 'Handy, Pastor Sunday',' April 11— . ;Sundpy school, lu a. m. Morn{fig fyq'rahlp, 11 a. m. Sermon'by tHe pastor.' M. Y. F., 8 p. m. Topic, "Christianity is i uWer". .ftrfe-W. S. C. S. will meet at the cKUrch" Wednesday, April 7, at 2aS' p. ni. ' The choir will meet at the church Wednesday at 8 p. m. A ,dislr|ct workshop on visual aids will be .held at Humboldt Friday, April 9, 9:30-3:30. A group is expected to attend from Burt. married in Algona Saturday,, will m%i. k hear Emmotsbur/ " J "•x — 1 At, Board Mo^y e i^ r the Key to mak<- \ a meetinp£male shO' .-•. /naay aiiernpon ,£ e ^Dhoff home. v p, Alston, who is attending 1 * • Easter with 1J i •">*, and Mrs. Lloyd - % Mrs. ~ Mrs C Lester Clement, H. Blossom and s not.ije Thompson, Algona, were i* i*4\-«-vtt^j.^cmcnc. - - « -. — - " ; *|C j.fiuii»fc**3w**| *k*&w»»w» »»v* ** tioh bo-jjc over 1 ^ ed — Rayon -~3owhn/ 0 Easter Sunday visitors at the (•Wednejcy . . . only ' conse Klston home They also called on $ve bow /n score^ the A H> i^emzers eacl_ M tl 'W&f Supt and Mrs. W. B Officer were Mason City visitors Friday where' Mr, pfficer attended a teachers :meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Graham, sons Leslie .- and Melvin, and . will There s a stfand Men's girls arounq. ifittnielVr : For Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailers) NEW TIRES—BATTERIES GARAGE SERVICE , CLFFF HQLDING Burt-PKone 165 % * If. 0 iv BANK NOTES At this time pf the year a great many of ogr pepple are making the necessary arrangements ,for re-financing their farm-bpni. -W^e .wish' to call the attention of these folks to the many advantages of having your farm loan with your local home bgnk. Here ^te'sQm,e ^f ,th,e man/ advantages: 1, Yayr (pan .is .with h9"f]e -pwpl* -wh* , kr »PW ypur problems and have a friendly interest in thejn. 2,All/Qf the papers are kept here^and may x be inspected at any time. * 3. low Interest Rates. / 4 t Very liberal payment options, ,-. 5, No extras te pay for, ! ", Come in and talk it ever with ene ef our siffi?ers. They'H bt with yew st any time M ? Riedel home. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kautzky and son John and Anna Meinzer, Fort Dodge, spent Easter at the A, H. Meinzer home. _, ' • '• Mrs. Nettie Fisher and her daughter Mrs. Nora Garner, .went to IJochester,' Minn., Saturday where Mrs. Fisher was going, through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf, the Donald and Wendell Ringsdorf families were Easter dinner guests home. at the Roy Ringsdorf 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. TDvery- - - welcgBe. St. John's Lutheran Church Ferdinand Reitn, Pastor Sunday, April 11 — ' 9 45, Sunday school 10:30, divine service 3 30, the -Lutheran hour (WCAL). The Walther League will meet on Thursday evening, 8pm Gerald "Meyeis and nolds are hosts. Gary Rey- BIG SMITH 8 01. SANFORIZED OVERALLS TAILORID TO PIT ,'• •;•' -' : .-'' ' -« Smith Dept. Store BURT '.'*, Spic & Span._22c 32c 1*. & G., 3 for 15c JOMNSON'S Wax .- or Liquid 59c A vnontion church school institute will be he-Id at Algona, April 14. Burl Presbytetten Church Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, April 11— 10 a. in., morning worship. Sermon, "Do We Need Priests?" 11 a. in.. Sunday school. Adult topic, "E/ckieFs Message." B;4C> p. m., intermediate Westminster Fellowship. Leader, Har* riet Long. 7:45 p. in., senior Westminster Fellowship. Leader, Jeanette Horstman. Little Gift Sicl< With Dropsy LuVerne—Little Judy Kay Et- treim, 314-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ettreirn, farmers southeast of LuVerne, was returned to her home here recently. Judy, who is suil'erTng from dropsy, had been, a patient at the university hospital, Iowa City, several weeks. Tuesday, April 6, 1948 Algona Upper Rent Our Eleclric Floor Polisher Val Vila No. 2'/ z Can JPJtoms J5c Air Gold ; 17 oz. Jar Ready to Serve Prunes 12c hoc. Puff ' Cello Pkg. Cookies _____23c Fireside Marshmallow Jar Creme ._ 10.c Kraft Lb. Bag Caramels ___39c Nesfle's Choc. Chips . .23C Imitation 8 'oz. Bottle Vanilla 9c Holsum Salad Dressing 33c Tasiy\ Loaf . 2 Ib. Bag Cheese 85c Bermuda 100 Onion Plants. 10c 2 Lbs. White or Yellow Onion Sets ..33c S6ED POTATOES Ten Kinds $2.30 cwt. and up Burt BURT SAV '••" IUIT, We InWiOD! KitehenCabinets OUR Sfl CIAITY TRUCK BOXES WAGON BOXES FEED BUNKS BROODE* HOUSES Made to wr Order IF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT IT! Drop In at MA FISHER'S CAFE and Get One of Her Good, Old-Fashiorted MEALS in Burt Burt Cooperative Elevator f FELCO CHICK MASH SEED OATS, Ceresqn-Treated Phone 35 Misfortune struck twice in orje day for Roscoe Hultteft of ftear Aplihgton. After injuring - Ms hand in a buzz-saw, losing thre'e fingers, he was being driven to the clinic at Waverly. A truck just ahead of the Hulbert car stopped suddenly and Mr. Hulbert was thrown against the windshield, giving him a severe bump on the head. 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