The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1948 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 13, 1948
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'Its Underway Burt—Burt is to have a new notfie. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peters we. planning on building this Bummer and work of excavating ihe.basement was started Friday, [They will build just east of the [i(W home of Mr. Peters' mother [Mrs. W. A. Peters. M: Olson Funeral Many out of town friends and relatives from a distance attend- I I'd the funeral of Mrs. Charles {*)lson last Monday afternoon, fimonfi the friends were Mr. and ylrs. Dan Harris, Marion, S.' D., id Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hoppe, Gar/-•n City, Minn. Both families " V| rmerly lived near Burt. -i ausewarrhing Parly I Mr. and Mrs. Fridolf Soderberg | tLvcre surprised last Tuesday ev- | *• jning to have the following Ban;•• /roft friends drop in for a house' •fH-arminfi party: Mr. and Mrs. Viartin Krapp,-Mr. and Mrs. Har:,^ld Wilhelmi, Mr. and Mrs. Horh- ,i.'r Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Robert \Ditsworth and Matt Bolie Seriously 111 j,r Paul Bolie. teacher in the' Burt i school, has been seriously ill at Ithe J. H. Schroeder home, where fno rooms, since the first of last Iwcek. His mother Mrs. Chris sSBolie, has been caring for him. I Axel Anderson, athletic coach, tons also been on the sick list sev- Serai clays. Dinner Guesis The following were dinner Quests a week ago Sunday at the Mrs. Emma Leeck homer Mr. and .•Mrs. Albert Metzger and family, Lone Rock; Mrs. . Hulda Airis- worth, Washington, D. C.; Wil- *'ficrt Buckholt, Buffalo Center, and Mrs. Emma Moore, Algona. f Mrs. Ainsworth has been visiting I at the Metxger home. *•' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schap'er, Britt, visited Friday evening at M\G R. J. ijealy home. C .A. shower for 'Betty Stewart Hya's held .'at the-.', Presbyiterjan gehurch Thursday afternoon; -.Miss ; BErna Baars and Mary Lou Ship( er sang solos and Darlene Ship- 'br read an original poem'. Airs. '<>Vayne Flohrs, the former .Mars' garet Richmann, and baby was a Ruth Meyer returned last week t Sunday -after a week's visit at the home of her, parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyer at New Albin. ffer parents, sister, Belva and Vlarie Welesandt brought her back. v Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Chantland and children, Bode, came a week fago Monday to attend Mrs. Char- » * * * * Insurance Farm Liability Automobile * • Pickups Trucks and Tractors .see NELSJ; NELSON PHONE 159 1 Burt, Iowa les Olson's funeral. Mrs. Chantland and. children visited her parents Mr. an'd Mrs* E. M. Toothman until Tuesday evening. Elaine Koppen and Ruth Meyer spent -Tuesday and Wednesday at Miss Meyer's home at La'kbta. They attended the wedding of her sister, which was at the Sacred Heart/ church at Ledyard Wednesday, ttuth,Meyer acted as bridesmaid. The Misses Koppen and Meyer, who operate the Amercana Style Shop, recently moved into an apartment at the Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Vogel and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ringsdorf were Des Moines visitors Thursday. They attended the game between Murray Wier's team and the Des Moines Ail Stars. Mrs. Clayton Johnson,- Fort Dodge, r>er son Clayton Jr., who is in the navy, and daughter Cheryl Beth, were calling on Burt friends Thursday. i .H. A. Thompson and Nels J. Nelson attended an insurance meeting at Webster. City Wednesday. H. E. Rachut attended a similar meeting at Storm Lake Thursday. s ' / . Mr.,,and Mrs. Lawrence .Riedel and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walker, Algona, spent Wednesday evening, at the G. O. McFarland home. .Mrs.'vBill Martinson and baby, Madison, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Dean Meier and children, Tacoma, Wash., and Charles Olson were dinner guests Friday at the Robert Hamilton home. The Donald Mitchells spent the weekend at the home of Mr. Mitchell's brother Fred at'Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peterson mtui-ned Wednesday from a two weeks visit with eneir daughters and families, the Clarence Larsons, Waterloo, and Harold Nel- spns, Davenport. The Larsons brought them home and remained for a visit with them and Mr. Larson's parents Mr. and Mrs. George Larson. The Sewing Circle celebrated the birthday of Mrs. J. P. Stow at the meeting, which v/as held •Firday, afternoon at Mrs. P. L. Dremmel's.- Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ol.son spent a few days with Mrs. Olson's" p''&- .rents recently, Mr. and M>js'..,K&tt.- 'neth Cook. They had beenjlying at Dubuquc but are moving back to Algona where. Mr. Olson'will work for Cowan. Kenneth Strayer and his children Donald. Larry and Delores, have been laid up with the mumps. Later another daughter Virginia also came down with them. The Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Handy and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Ryerson attended a visual aid workship at Humboklt.. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman were surprised Thursday evening by having Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lockwood and Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Campney come in to help them celebratet heir 40th wedding anniversary. The Legion Auxiliary sewing rnecting will be held Wednesday afternoon, April 14, at Mrs. J. L. Miller's. The Rev. and'Mrs. W. S. Handy, entertained Mr. and Mrs. A. G'.' Volentine, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Hawcott and Miss Emily Watson at dinner Thursday evening. E. O. Chipman and Mrs. Lillian Sheldon went to Mason City Thursday to spend the weekend with Mr, Chipman's daughter Mrs. Glenn Graham. Wilfred Woltx, and Homer Bristow returned Thursday from Vera Beach, Fla., where they had visited Jim Woltz a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fischer and Mr. and Mrs. John Scott attended the funeral of Mrs. Leonard Mino at Swca City last Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel took their daughter Mrs. Robert Melville and her son Robert back to their home at Iowa City Saturday. They had spent a couple Smith Dept. Store B'URT He'll Get Along AM Right- . Because His / Is Coming From Cream Station Phone 160 DUCK Custom Hatched Bring them in any time—please bring 50 eggs or more-no Goose eggs-bwt we will custom ihatch turkey, eggs and hen eggs from blood ftested flocks, i We have « few surplus chicks on hand, It twill be wise to order your Mey or June chicks fat once, Come in, write or call* NEALY HATCHERY '•--; tun* .-•. ••: -• t> \ . Burt operative •levator FELCO CHICK MASH SEED OATS Ceresdn-Treated Phone 35 of weeks hero. , G. P, I-Iaweott and K. W. Rflsh took the school buses to Humboldt for inspection Friday. Mrs. ..Clinton Henderson and childrehi Algona, spent several flays last, \veek with Mrs. Hen- aSrsoh's parents ivir. arid Mrs. rterttian Ncitzcl. I'.fhe. .friendly Four club me( Thursday; afternoon with Mrs. M.elyin-, Itfekcn. New officers weiie elected as follows; Mrs. C. E; /S.igsbee, president; Mjjs. John, Wilson, vice president; an'd Herman Bussie, secretary treasurer. . • . ;••--. _ ,,. Mr, and;Mrs, Glenn Hu^el grandparents, since ThfirSday, April 0 when a son was b'ortt ttf Mr. .and Mrs. Kenneth Hutzel in the .hospital at West Union. ; , .Dennis Hammerstrom fell front his bicycle Thursday afternoon' and struck the pillar in the entrance to Smith's store, badly breaking a bone in his shoulder. Dr. Bahne K. Bahnson spent last week and is spending this in Des Moines where he is taking a special course at Still college of osteopathy. He spent the weekend at h"me. , Mh and Mrs. R. J. Nealy visited Mi-.. Rusn Eveleth at Esther- vi' 1 ' last Tuesday evening. J~i-s. C. C. Smith, Mrs. K. K. Hiil. Mrs. Neis J. Nelson, Mrs. Paul Macauley and Mrs. Earl Miller attended a Presbyterial meeting at Rockwell City Thursday and Friday. Si, John's Lutheran Church Ferdinand Reith, Pastor Sunday, .April 18— 9:45 Sunday school. 10:30 divine service. 8:00 A reunion service, especially for former catechumens, conducted by Pastor L. Richman of Ormsby, Minn., followed by a lunch in the basement. The Methodist Church William S. Handy, Pastor Sunday, April 18— Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sermon by the pastor. M. Y.-F. hour, 8 p. m. Topic, "Spiritual Power at TVlqchine Permanent $4.50 Machineless $5.00 'from April 14-21 Night appointments also—Phone 54 American Style Shop Burt, Iowa W*ork". The mission study group will meet Wednesday, April 21 at the horiie of Mrs. John Scott. The Algona district youth convention will be held 'at ESthei- ville Sunday, April 25, 3:30-6. p. in. Burl Presbyteriaji tifeuifch Ray K. Hill', Minister Sunday, April 1$—; 10 a. m.. morning worship. Sermon, "Saved to the Utter- fhost.'' 11 a. m, Sunday,school. Adult topic, "Fulfilling qod's Purpose." 12:45 p m., Wfestminster Fellowship leave for Esthefviile. Tuesday, April 2,0—?: 1.6 p. m., church dinner (covered dish). Special program. Everyone wel- iome. ' , •/Wednesday, April 21— 2:30 p. m., Women's Council Circles: A, Mrs. Wm. Boettcher; B, Mrs, R. L. Cogdill: and C, Mrs. Chris Bolie. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs spent last week Sunday at Hardy with Mrs. Lue-lla Thompson and her son Charles, sister and nephew of Mrs. Vohs. Church Honors To Burt Youths , .Burt—Awards for participation and .achievement in the Senior Westminster Fellowship of the J3urt Presbyterian church were presented last Sunday to Marilyn Trunkhill and Marlene Dremmel. Similiar honors in the Intermediate Westminster Fellowship Were received by Harriet Long and DelorSs Trunkhill. The awards consisted of Celtic Cross pendents, the national emblem of the society. J. Party Af BUM-Home feurf—A birthday party was held at the Jacob Gifford home Saturday, April 10, in honor of Mrs. Dale D. Dundas. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gifford, and present were Mrs. Isabelle Stewart, Mrs. Martin Oriese, Mrs. August Bernau aod Dcanna, Mrs George Manus and Larry, Mrs. 'Ed' Larson and Beverly, Mrs. Harvey Larson and Linda, and Tuesday, AM 19, tlppif Martha, Jean, Jo Ann, and Sherry Oifford. Mrs. Durtdas received many gifts. Lunch was served. Mrs. Manus presented a decorated birthday cake to Mrs. Dundas. Wins Corn Contest LuVerne — Albert Schneider recently entered ten ears of corn in an annual lO^ear corn contest sponsored by the Brookfielcl Seed company, and they won DAIRY MEN! We are .ever ready to meet your ., needs . for artificial breeding. Service for Hoi- stein, Guernsey, Brown Swiss and Shorthorn breeds is available. Phone Burt 162 DONALD KRUGER Technician first prize for his c6rnftiun: were entered in a count contest, in which they awarded the blue ribboti Mrs. L. L, ftiier had as ffltiM, t , Friday, Mrs. Ernest Bates, ufttffy * and Jacky and Mrs. Ernest Pet\ " erson of Fort Dodgfe, I ?<• McCarthy Shoe Service Algonct At COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. .For Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailers) GARAGE SERVICE -,£>*>.,, — See— CLIFF HOLDING •it**'"-"-S'ii**-" 5 *''' ''*':* The general reputation of any individual is pretty well known and judged in his particular community. His neighbors and friends are an impartial jury and their decision is usually just and fair. This is also true of the Banking business and this bank. We ask those of our neighbors and friends to judge us by the general reputation which we have in this particular cpnimunify, / Our reputation.for honesty and fairness in all of dur transactions is w,ell known in this community snd wff shall ^ver maintain to yphgld the stand, ing which we have in this community, This is the only bank which is financially, ''' ( morfllly, end generally interested in ihe general welfare of thl* community* / BURT SAVINGS BANK H- i* . Pitit ff. A» Thompson, Instance Th* El^a*--^.'-"^ 4 ,--",». ^'^Lf.^-'if, ..\,- ! : ^>*>.", 'skii.'.u- .-.: '#.4.-.*'. .. ' iv \ -'• . 9x12 ft. Quaker-Armstrong LINOLEUM RUGS an d f Size \12xl4ft. Up to $6.95 Value GIVEN AWAY ON ALGONA'S DAYS All Customers Registered Eligible! •'''' IWilb"Mr^lBm DAY SPECIAL Phone 279 ALGONA, IQWA

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