The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1948 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 27, 1948
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t* J I Upper De* Mdlnes Tuesday, April 27, 1948 Girl, 8, Seriously 111, Lockjaw Bui old d flISeirlys Long Is lessen To Hospital Wcison City . - Marlys Long, eight year mghter of ;Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Long, Titphka. and grandflm: -liter of Mr. and Mrs. G.' O. '•• i^arland and, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Long, has been very ill all Jasl \i-eek at : .a. .Mason City hospital, buffering-Math lockjaw. She got a; splinte.!?', in her leg a few days befornii?' ' Thtiy thought it had all been takenjout. but a few days later it began- to trouble her and a doctor was ch.lled. He treated the wound and gtive heiva. shot for lockjaw, but it day o,r., two later she bo- came-very ill and was rushed lo the hospital. Her mother remained xvijLh her and since the middle of the week the father also has remained with her. Mrs. McFarland went over Wednesday to be with them. The Ivan Longs have also gone over nearly every day. They'took Mrs. Virginia Mc- Whorle-r Becker over Thursday evening to assist with the-nursing. Tho Ivan Longs are staying pf the Cecil Long home doing chores and taking cai'e of things w!:ili>| thev -are away. Their daugllter Harriet is staying with the Clifford Holdings. At Yiuth Rally On j Suii^y afternoon and even ingj April, lit, the Westminstei f'VlloA-ships'of- the Burt Presby- I'-iiarf church attended a district ::i!lv lat Estherville. Burt delegates,' were LaVonne Daniels l"ha finite Dremmel, Marlenr Dn.mVnel, Helen Gettman. Jean- etfe fjorstman.'Jean McWhorter VU'rnq'rd Miller.'Palma Joy Olson (ri-ne: Ring.sclorf. Jean Scott. Michael* Scott. Deloris Trunkhill. Marilyn Trunkhill. Transporta- <i'>n \V;is furnished bv Miss Ruth riodgion. Ray McWhorter, and I>v. tmd Mrs! R. K. Hill. Burt VOIMH] neople elected and installed its: Fort Dodge Presbytery officers; were Marlene Dremmel vice jnoderator, and Palma Joy O!.-,.ini Christian Fellowship com- mi«si|>ner. ^ Marlene Dremmel will represent Fort Dodge Pres- b"t:eil- at t&e. .'Westminster Fel- lowsltip natipnial.council at Grand Hi'picls. Mich.i .in August. Honoi- Evelyn Becker Evqlyn Becker was honor guest at a fchower at the Presbyterian i itun-Ji Thursday afternoon. A sl-.'ii'tj program was given. It in- 1 !"de^l three numbers by the ri: is': trio, composed of Joyce R'-erAm. Joan McWhorter, and I.uuUi'nc Dremmel. Reading of •' 'it;ininal poem by Mrs. R. S. \'\ • Whurtetx. Evelyn Becker mar; ied Boscoe.'^*!*.'^^^- Jr. on Sunda v ;j''tern(/oij; April 25. DU/<lK EGGS Cusf6m Hatched Nealy Hatchery ©urt, Iowa Feed The Felco Way dco Chick Mash j Peat Litter Rblled Oats and Pig Starter Fertilizer on Hand 1-12-6 0-0 12-4 Elevator Phone 35 Has Heart Attack Mrs. J. H. Schroeder is confined to her bed having suffered a heart attack a week or two ago. Her daughter Mrs'. Kenneth Cook has been caring for her. Last Tuesday another daughter Mrs. Calvin Kollasch, Ames, came to help a few days. Mr. Kollasch came Friday for the weekend. A week ago Sunday Mrs. R. A. Bartlett and son Bud, Sibley, visited at the Schroeder home. Mr. and Mrs. Milton McBride and Sgt. Bernard Covert, Algona, also called on nor. New Hurt Blacksmith Burt is lo have a new blacksmith. Manly Klinger, who has been working for the Oliver Co. .at Charles City, has rented the blacksmith shop from Dean Mann. He is a young man and is to be married soon. He. will live in th<» small new house near the shop. Burt has been without a blacksmith for some time. Home From Missouri Mrs. Harold Fisher returned last week Monday from a trip to Lebanon, Mo. She drove the car for her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fredrickson, Ringsted, and they all visited at the home of Mrs. Fischer's sister Mrs. Leslie Jensen. They also made a trip to tne O/.arks. T. N. T. Birthday Parly The T. N. T. celebrated Mrs. T. C. Demmel's birthday with a oarty at her home Thursday evening. M Rebekah Meeting Mrs. Marv Steward, Mrs. Paul Macauley, Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill; md Mrs. Lillian Sheldon attended a Rebekah convention at Ka- -•awha Thursday. Mrs. Isabel Steward took them over and visited at the Anton Pannkuk home. Goes To Clinton Mrs. Bertha Koestler went to Clinton Thursday to spend a week or two at the home of her •on Leonard and family. Visited Parents Mrs. Clinton Henderson and children, Algona, : visited Mrs. Henderson's parents Mr. and Airs. Herman Neitzel, a day or wo last week. Farm Bureau Meets The Burt township Farm Bureau met last Wednesday evening Insurance Farm Liability Automobile Pickups Trucks and Tractors see NELS J. NELSON PHONE 159 Burt, Iowa He'll Get Along All Right- Because His MILK Is Coming From Burt Cream Station Phone 160 For Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailers) NEW TIRES—BATTERIES GARAGE SERVICE CLIFF HOLDING at the Lawrence Ditlmcr home. Otto Harlan gave a talk on liaising More Pigs, and a Mr. Clark, Algona, gave a talk on Fruit Trees for the Farm. Win. Harsch left Thursday evening for Huntington Park, Calif., to visit a son. Mrs. Harold Steward and Mrs. Paul Macauley spent last Tuesday at the Myron Meinzer home northwest of Bancroft. The V. F. W. Auxiliary sewing meeting will be held Tuesday afternoon, May 4 at Mrs. Bahne K. Bahnson's. Mr. and Mrs. Nels J. Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Chafce attended the wedding of a cousin's daughter, Joan Smith, at Eagle Grove Sunday. Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, Mrs. H. E. Rachut and Lulu Hawcott attended a district library association 'meeting at the Garner public library last Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Lichter and daughters Ann and Lois went to the Twin City Friday to attend the Ice Follies. Mary Jean Rachut,, w.ho teaches at Lake Parke, Helen Rachut, who teaches at Corwith f and Stella Rachut, who is a student at Ames, were all. home for the weekend with their parents Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rachut. Mrs. Bertha Batt and daughter Edna, St. Benedict, visited last week Sunday at the Wm. Batt home. The Don Mitchells spent a week ago Sunday at the Ken Williams home at Welcome, Minn. Dr. R. H. Thompson underwent a tonsillectomy at a Fort Dodge hospital the first of last week. Clayton Moore, Iowa City, visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore from last Monday to Thursday. Wednesday evening he and his parents were supper guests at the home of his sister Mrs. Leonard Schmidt at Bode. The Bid or Bye t clutj' Thursday evening with Mfi, C. Klckbush. Members pf the Surt terlatt church met %, | dish dinner Wednesday April 20. An address off education was glveS M, L. Klngma of Lone Rofck, M6VttfW picturet were shown fey William Steele of the Algona, Jufltor Chamber of Commerce. St. John's LuihefAfi Chutth Ferdinand Reith, Pastofi- . Sunday, May 2—9:15, Suftday school. 10, divine sefVipe. 3j30,. the Lutheran HqUr ovef WCAL. 5 On April 18th 'Ste^eft Paul Bierstedt, son ttf Arthur and Emma Bierstedt, w'&s baftlzed in the name of the Triune God. Sponsors are Evelyn Meyep and Paul Bierstedt; Full Gospel Church A. R. Kein, Pastor ,. . Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morn* ing worship, 11 a. tn. MkUweek services: Wednesday ' ptayer meeting 8 p. m. Friday cottage prayer meeting. Everybody welcome. Burl Presbyterian Church Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, May 2— 10 a. m., morning worship,.Sermon, "Facts Versus Faith". 11 a. m., Sunday school, Adult topic. "Leadership". 6:45 p. m., intermediate Westminster Fellowship. • , -• ; . ; 7:45: p._ h., senior, Westttiiftfiter Fellowship. ' " ' ,f Wednesday, May 5— • , '• 2:30 p. m. Women's Councilv Topic, "Jesus and the Church'," leader Mrs. Ray Dremmel. .:• Algona Girl To , Tour With Band } Sioux City-rMurieJ, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.'-F.:Earl 'Burgess; Algona, will be a .member, of the saxophone section of'the Mctrh- ingside band on a northwest Iow.a concert tour Monday to Wednesday. May 3-5. The band will give concerts at Mapleton, Danbury. Lake View, *{ I ' ", '", I k< : ¥i%J?*w^> 1}: *?''^' • n .*:J v--'^ Y ; ! r i->, • ;/ 'f",;"l ? *;'' •' - ; Ch» dke«;.'ff«|;sel; ftt»tei»,. At." XM<& t*A*>S,' &W&K& TL tiGbifela. .s.Jf^A^i 'OKee r «e — ,„ aM-Akrotf. A*«jme ctjifcert m be glv^n ttt Siflust City May 1 Miss iuff^fiSira'^r^nTfnfiri m«i, i^JkW^ t«« &WfibA^AMll )jfeulBitv£ltlxQ4ui rta~±^ jofirig in pnysi^ai i^ucatiOT, Jias art com'mrf«Sls ' 'fi- "«l.clStte|« functions, the' rhodt fecent an April 17 dornjitory formal din- Off er Pri zes In Essay Contest The Blacksmith Shop in Burl has re-opened under new management. Plow share repairing, acetylene and Iric welding. , M. E. Klinger NEW SPING AND ;' Ladies and Misses Broadway Dresses—sizes !'• 12 to 20. Spun Rayon and Crepe—plain colors and flowered designs. Special price for April *7.95 Smith Dept. Store Three £fi&s il?e beitt'g offered to Algotte s^hodl pupils, pu&lic or parochial,,fof the best esiaVs on the subject of "folerlirice 3 '. The contest ts bfeiftg spdnsored by the Algona Junior Chamber of Commerce in observance of "National'Tolefa'fTce Week", May 16*23. Essays'are, .to be limited t to 200 wDfdS,,and details may^be obtained 'at trie various schools. The entry deadline is May 14. First prize will be $10 in dash, second prize is $7, and third prize is $3. .„./',, , . • . ..-*.... " Posters'and other information about Tolerance Week are also being dis'trib,uted by the.J. C. C. ; organization -here. • • USE THE WANT ADS tia^ t Air; n&tfk iand ^buiiaiftgl, as wt ffrttchandise was offered for sale at the Lotti Creek church, ,the house was not sold, as it did not bring enough, It will probably be torn down and the lumber sold, instead. A total of $688 waS realised from the sale of other items of- fefed. ' -'" IThe two bUildfAgs aftd garage were not sold, either, and probably will be disposed of in the same manner as the hou^e. . Mrs. Eliza. Anglo sp«ai. l#om Tuesday till Friday at Titonka with her'brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Gebrge Higgins. • ,: BANK NOTES Indispensable to the profitable operation of a farm or business; to the proper maintenance of records; to the general welfare of your family is an account in a good bank. During these busy times we are as close to you as your mail box. We have special envelopes and forms to take care of this business. Ask us to explain our bank by mail plan. We also have loans tailored for any legitimate need or purpose: , PERSONAL LOANS AUTOMOBILE LOANS LIFE INSURANCE LOANS ] FARM LOANS } TOWN PROPERTY LOANS COMMERCIAL LOANS '' G. I. LOANS F. H. A. LOANS It is our desire to $0 handle your business that you will recommend us to your friends,, BURT SAVINGS BANK BURT, IOWA K. E. Hachul, Pres. H. A. ThoropspR. R. I. Mawdsley. Vice-Pies. V. l>> ^9V5t«4, A Member Federal Deposit Jnsijratic* CpTJ»c;I*liP,iJ The FRIINPLY Bank •////S////S/S/MW/SW^///r////MM'M^^^ ALG6MA tIPPEJS IBfiS MOIMfiiS Published by th6 .Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. J. W. Haggard, R. B. Waller and ' C, S. Erlatfder Entered as Second Class Matter at the Pbstoffice at Algoria, loWa, under adt of Congress of March 2 1879. Issued Weekly. -\ WQOl, We are buying wool for the Commo.dity Credit Corporation strictly on commission basis—you get all your wool is Worth. :'."'• Joe Greenberg PHONE 118 AID ASSOCIATION FOR LUTHERANS APPLETOM, WISCONSIN Over 413,000,000 Ins. in Force ' Legal Reserve Life Insurance Good Investments Savings Plans for Children—Retirement Plans for You. Write: K. G. Ehlers ^ Paulina, Iowa "Hey, Momma, ain't you going to make me any May Baskets?" Poor Mother, wrapped up as she is in the - family ironing, can hardly resist Junior's plaintive plea. May 1 is next Saturday, and that's when small fry hang May baskets, What is poor Momma going to do? '•'''>' • ' • Algona Baking Co. has the answer; it's a perfect solution to' the May basket problem. . Right now, .our bakers are getting all steamed • up over May baskets. For lo ease the load on tired .Mommas, we at Algona Baking Co. are turning out the cutest little May baskets you ever saw —and they can be eaten! • Yes, our'May baskets have a delicious butter , cake base—that's the "basket. Then they're topped by sparkling colorful candies and fragrant icjng. Over the top is a cute little handle and from the handle flies "a lovely little ribbon. And these May .baskets come in several different colors! . " So, Momma, surprise your own small fry by getting some of these Algona Baking Co. baskets for them tp peddle. Don't let those, kiddies down— remember how you liked to hang May baskets! These are oh-so-reasonably priced, too. Samsohite The unforgettable graduation gift . . . the perfect luggage for your own vacation iravell Beautifully designed and finished matched pieces for men v or women— constructed for a, lifetime of use— that's SAMSQNITEI At the HUB now— a new collection of. famed Samson-. ile luggage— for your gift or personal selection.'. Clothiers LEUTIIOLD-WILLIAMS COMPANY TIMELY NOTES ON THE POULTRY SITUATION... We see by The Newspapers: Plans For European Belief Program' In- 'elude 4 Billion for Agricultural Products .".}. . . while not all of' this 4 billion will be spent in the U.S., Europe is tentatively •scheduled to receive ... .more than 200 million dozen •eggs. (That represents the yearly production of }6 million hens)" , We see by the DEPT. Of AGRICULTURE FEED SITUATION BULLETIN, March, '1948 "Larger supplies, of .teed grains next fall probably 'would result i^i ' a ^m'uch greater than usual seasonal * .decline in prices of corn and other feed grains.' Prices of feeds generally are expected to average lower in the last half of 1948, than in • the same period of 1947. The difference is likely to be most pronounced in the last quarter." •AND . . . We see by our mail from the International Baby Chick Association: / '"Probability of a fall egg shortage is growing . . . with a •probable 1949 egg production equal to 336 eggs'per capita as compared with an indicated actual consumption this year of 380 eggs per capita." • ' ^ WHY NOT SEE US RIGHT AW AY" ABOUT HUSKY, HEALTHY, HARDY STRAIN-TESTED SWIFT'S BABY CHICKS? SWIFT'S HATCHERY 'BOB'S ADORABLE-BUT I Cy3t>lt BEUEVE . i couto BE HAPPV IN /v Hp/y\e A WOOD 6URKIIN& RANOE V^ND SK1MPV HOT WATEf FOR COOKIN6' ANOBATHIN&M WSM7 TO 00 - PO.UAOV ?-H*Vf YOUR BOB OETIN TOUCH WITH YOUR tPGASOEAUR RIGHT AWAY! -ANOTyEVU (.1 HAPPHV EVER AFIEB INTHfIB tP6AS EQUIPPED HOME) r>prri|M "II bi Tk**t t* And when those Gas Appliance? are installed with on All*<3as two cylinder in* stallation you are double assured of the finest, most efficient Service qt a mini- rowm sesf. We Service Anything Th«l ^uro? 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