The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1948 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 4, 1948
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I Organize Two Scout Patrols Fof Bur j Boys „-jr-.i'-The first meeting of the Bur 1 ! Boy. Scout trbop.held at the Legion hall, Monday, April 26, was attended by twelve bo£s and icveral- fathers. The meeting was in charge of Walter Dennis, field worker, of 'the Bcry iStiouts from Algona. After informal preliminary discussion, the group was divided into two patrols with Lester Steward and Johh Oroen as leaders. Mn Dennis "demonstrated ' ||, rope work with drill in tying i m some .6f the required knots, a fi ReV; W. S. Handy who is.chair- tj If man of the troop committee, gave tf ft instruction in the ^requirements p f for registration and distributed ty) f the registration blanks. The troop will meet Monday, May 3, at .7:30 p. m. for formal organization and registration. tied Gross Meeting • A meeting of the local Red Cross unit was held Thursday evening at the John Scott home. Election of officers was held, all old officers being re-elected. They are Mrs. John Scott, chairman; '*•'•«. M, r. Lighter, Vice chairman; ,*Irs.-F. L. Pratt, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. t'ridoif Soderberg and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, home service chairmen; Mrs. H. E. Rachut, first aid,chairman; Mrs. R. W. Rasch, production chairman; Mrs. J. G. McDonald, home nursing chairman. . Building New Home The J. D. Peters family'moved Saturday, They stored most of their goods ancUwill stay with 'Wtr; : Peters' mother Mrs. W. A. Peters until they can occupy the —" house which they are build'-. E. H. MJllen, were in Burt ing, Home From A Visit Mr. and Mrs. R. S. John returned here last week Sunday from a visit in Illinois and Indiana. They stopped at Maxwell on the way home. Mr. John's aunt Mrs. ,W., T. John, Los Angeles, Calif., • who was visiting there, came back with them and visited with them at ;the ,Ben Bahling home until Mo'nday, ;when she and Mrs. J. J. John went to Swea City to visit the: Harold Hansens. The R. S. Jdhns •. lef t Tuesday .for their home at Mandan.iNvD. •;•:;'•;-. ;h" Albert Mantis, Milwaukee, Wis., spent Wednesday and Thursday here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. H.'W. Manus. A group of ladies quilted^ several days last week at the G. H. McMullen home. Mr..and Mrs. Dale Kennedy spent a week ago Sunday with Dale's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. T., Kennedy. •- '. Glenn Graham, who is n working in the new Russell studio in 'Algona, has been spending seVeral nights here at the home of his, parents Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Graham. The Sewick • farm north Burt, on which the Glaus- Daniels fam- ;ily;live, has recently been sold to • the' Walter Faulsticks. Lura Sewick spent the week- ''end' in Minneapolis attending the Ice Follies. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nealy and Mri and Mrs. Wes Hardy, Algona, attended the music contest >at Emmetsburg Thursday evening. The Nealys niece, Jeanette Horstman, sang a solo and won a second rating,-- . '' . Mrs. Robert Hamilton spent from Wednesday to Friday with Mrs. Cecil Long at Mason City. Mrs. Long's mother Mrs. G. o McParlaftd, w:eht over again Friday to sfleiid fl few days with her. Mr. and Mrs. Long dre in Mason City with their daughtei Marlys, Who is ,still critically ill at the Park hospital, suffering from lockjaw. She is improving very slowly but is still not out oi danger. .,.-.-.:.. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Wiegand are parents of a son, born last Tuesday at the Kossuth hospital. The Welgands also have a little girl. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, S. D., „„.. Thursday and Friday on their way east. They expect to visit in Chicago, Buffalo, N. Y-., Niagara Falls, Ithaca, N. Y., and Westfield, N. J., and plan to return to Sparta. WiS., in time to see Mrs. MillenS grandson, Jimmy Sauerman, graduate ahd back to Iowa for Memorial Day before returning to their home in Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs, Fridolf Soderberg went; to.West Bend Wednesday and spent several days there. Mr. Soderbrg has been working there and Mrs. Soderberg visited relatives. ... .. .'>;.,' ••Hurt PreshjrierilH "Church ' Ray K. Hill, Minister . Sunday, May 9— 10 a. m., morning worship, sermon, "The City of .God." 11 a. m., Sunday school. Adult topic, "Religious Revivals". 7 p. m., Westminster Fellowship. , vyV.-..,; 8 p. m., praise and: prayer service, mother's night. •_ The Meiho'disl Church William S. Handy, Pastor The May W. S. C. S. meeting will be held omMay '5 at 2:30 p. m. Devotions will be in charge of Mrs. F. C. Soderberg, Mrs. Jake Smith will lead the program. Hostesses wfU:be Mrs. Claude Sigsbee, Mrs. Fred,Vogel, Mrs. Wm.-Schwietert, and Mrs. Clifford Holding. The choir will meet'' at the church Wednesday, May 5, 8 p. m. Sunday, May 9, is Mother's Day. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning wo.rship, 11 a. m., sermon by the"pastor, "Bible Mothers." .M. Y. F. hour, 8 p. m. At Burt Wedding^ Mr. and'Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley, Richard and Mary Lou .attended the wedding of Roscoe I/'JVIawds- ley and Evelyn Becker 'Sunday at the Presbyterian church at Burt. The bridegroom is Mr. Mawdsley's nephew. Burt Baseballer To Sheyboygan -Burt—Jim Woltz, who had be'eh* in baseball training camp at vert Beach, Fla., spent from Monday to Wednesday at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs, Elza WoltE He has been farmed out to the Sheyboygan ball club artd wen< from here to Sheyboygen, Wis., to begin work with that ball tearn, Mr. and Mrs. G. H, McMullen were Fairmont, Mirtn,, visitors Friday afternoon. The Mariners club met Thursday evening at the Donald Ringsdorf home. Mrs. W. B. Shipler and Mrs*. R. «F. Elvidge vsited relatives in Swea City Thursday. Mrs. Shipler visited an aunt and Mrs. Elvidge at the home of her daughf ter Mrs. Ed Stewart. Mrs. Lawrence Miller and daughter Vicky spent Thursday at the G. D. Brundage home irt Algona. The M. J. Cunninghams visited relatives at Sibley Sunday. The J. G. McDonalds received' word Monday of the birth of a grandson, born April'26 to M.Sgt ; . and Mrs. Tony, Pace at Elwo6dv Pa. This is the second child-for 1 the Paces. ' < Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller.werii Fort Dodge visitors Tuesday, They took Mrs. Miller's grandmother, Mrs. Gill, of Havelock,-to the;hos'' pital there for a check-up. W\W3 firsts, 8 Seconds t fiurt — fcuti hl|h wort, three first 6nd eifiht >secorid plates* at 1*4=4 nljiiit i*i?.Al«. ~»i*l.*.i.k l^^tji fit tne staife music, contest Held, at EmrH|tsDUf* Thursday, Friday ahd ,$atur,dly. xBUrt H«d twelve fenlrieV Sfcygral grdtltJS 'wefe 1 handicaptted^y 5 the " absence of oftc 1 ot- mdre of, its regular rrtem- bisrs, sevardl ,of whbm wefe'ill ( with Ihe.'htumps. The girls' trio, JoanMcwKortef 3nd Marlerie Dremmel woft 11 first, Shirley Lockwood, got first on hef fHit^ solo and Beverly Ditswdfth alscr won a first oil her baritorie saxbphqfie soloi ' S^c6nd plate Wirifiers irt- • •• • • w --' * ..«.,,.— cluded the girls' glee club, madrigal group, girls' sextette, Joyce Ryerson and Shirley Lockwood on piano solos, Jeanette Horstman and Joan McWhorter with vocal solos, also the mixed chorus. Among the Burt people who attended on one or more days were Ruth and Esther Hodgson, Mrs. W, J. Lockwood, Mrs. F. L. Pratt, Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, Mrs. W. H. Vogel. Mrs John Scott, Mrs. J.' L. Miller. Mrs. H. E. Ra- chut, Mrs. Albert Bleich, Paul Bolie and the music directors Erna Baars and Mrs. J. D. Peters. l»t vi m«sw* you for (hat • VII itf f* He'll Get Along All Right- Because His " " MILK Is Coming 'From 'Bort Cream Station Phone 16Q Insurance Farm Liability Automobile Pickups Trucks and Tractors •see- •. '•'•••-.-"•: NELS J. NELSON PHONE 159 I Burt, Iowa , Feed The Felco Way Felco Chick Mash Peat litter Rolled Oats and Pig Starter SI ':/-,'!,: ^vv, Fertilizer on Hand . ' 2-12-6-;, : - y * •• 0-20-0^ ;-.i-V.. 4-12-4 ".'-y ' -'-.''•(: .':•* Burt Co-Ope Elevator Phone 35 Easter Seals .._ Jofal Of Oil Here ', Tuesday $MOO had been received from,Easter seals Sales, by Mrs. Clare Shijts. secretary for 'the Kossuth county society for driopled 'childreh and the . disabled, i Loiters < witH' enclosed seals were.mailed'bvcr the county in .March arid, envelopes with contributions Ve still coming in. Half 6f the' receipts are kept for Use in thfe couijty, aftd the bal- ance is sent to headquarters. Money is Used in various ways in the county, for handicapped or disabled persons. Recently the society provided glasses for two school Children. Other recent aids have been the purchase of three wheel chairs for disabled adults, hearing aids have been bought for two persons, and a high school boy is being maintained at Iowa City for 18 weeks to have training in speech correction. Several children have been provided examination at Iowa City to determine treatment for speech and hearing defects. Last summr the society ipaid expenses for two boys to attend a state camp at Boone for 10. Mr, and Mrs. A. F. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen spent- last ..Weekend at Des Moines; ' ;', -' " ' For Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailers) MEW TIRES—BATTERIES OARAGE SERVICE —See— CUFF HOLDING Burl—Phone 165 See Our Line Of MAJESTIC Gas Stoves HARDWARE BANK NOTES Indispensable to the profitable operation . of a farm or business; to the proper 'maintenance of records; to the. general welfare of yowr fam* . ily is an account in a good bank, ' < During these busy times we are as close to you as your ,rnail box, Wet have special envelopes and. forms to take care, of this business, Ask us to explain our bank by mail plan. {7. „ t ' We alsio have loans tailored for any legitimate PERSONAL LOANS AUTOMOBILE LOANS LIFE INSURANCE WANS FARM LOANS tQWN PROPERTY LOANS iRCIAL LOANS LOANS ".' , *C-{ .+ - i It Is pgr desire to so handle your that y9M will rsfommend ws to yewr friends. BURT SAVINGS BANK ,'!\ '.•:.•<"•.•. .'. ',:•''.' . Elec. Shop Burt, Iowa •pi ••'.•?•»••,. • KlplER'SDAY •• Sf £ GIFTS - • . ' ••;'•. .-, '. ; '.'. ;"'>"•'•''•' '•••- '•(,'"'?•'. ' " ', ' v^ ^Simplex Portable Ironette . •* '^ • * •,"•-...- • - -,'•-. * ,1; v/l v':jEasy ; Spindrier Washer Tappan Gas Range—Split Burner—Glass '<.•• ':-y : '.':''''i \ •.•'.,'• Oven.Door ..•<• / ,./ ''• "'' ' • r ''''* • '• i • ' ,, N^rge and Speed Queen Washers / Beautiful Norge Electri^ Range , Electricfans—Irons-and a large selection of other items. Just Arrived-The New Scott Atwater 7'/2 ' "Qyttjpard Mot<jr 1 to 20 M.P.H, , ^ W<jl* ;ftlwtion of iFishing^ckle f Jphnson Power Lawri Mower Big B«y Litter Carrier—Gome and i* f w* • * are still very hard to get. for Wayne , Feed; Quality a few available in May, If i chick*, order at once or there are- BURL IQWA df^ 1 :. *-^~ 7TT7-T^^^-~^i»Jiwv^f'^wi»'* »if"jf|«p^^^t^|f^(Rp^*.*-,. v .. \^raB^Y^^ Lehman* Mr, and Mrs. A> D. Lehman rftr turned the first of the week from a visit at Des Moines with their daughter Mrs. Deft West, and at Vittton with a daughter-in-law Mrs. Charles Lehman and her children Tommy and Judy. Mdtldfi OP PflOfiATE OF WILL In District Court, State of Iowa, Kossuth County, ss. March term, 1948. No. 5734 To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an instrument in writing pur oorting to be the last Will and Testament of R. M. Wallace, deceased, dated August 28, 1914. having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 17th Drop In at MA FISHER'S CAFE and Get One of Her Good, Old-Fashioned MEALS in Burt Make youT,ki/chen modern 'and attraciitt with gleaming whili , Youngtlown equipment. Modernize AT LOW COST . • ' ' '' i nPHE exciting hew Youngs- X town Kitchens come packed with features that will make every kitchen task eas- ieri Glistening white "Kitch- enaider" cabinet sinks with porcelain enameled tops,-convenient, spacious table top floor cabinets, roomy wall cabinets, are yours to choose from, AH .Ydungstown units are: solidly made of steel, in many different styles and. sizes that will exactly fit your needs . . . and your budget. Now on display.. . You can start now to modernize your kitchen with a ' .Youngstown "Kitchenaidsr" •LOW EASY PAYMENTS JMC.Miru.iN* COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. PHONE 275 Tu«*doy, May 4, 194& Afgdna Uppif day of May> 1948, is fixed for leafing 'pi-oof of same at the ourt House in Algona, Iowa, be"ore the District Court of said County, or th'e Clerk of said "ourt; and at ten o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said should not bo . lowed as and fof the and Testament of said Dated at Algeria, 28, 1048. ALMA Clerk of DisMdt H. w. MILLER, Attorney, Algona, Iowa. Do You Plan to Give Your Hens a Vacation? If you want them to work straight through the summer months follow these directions: E CULL Your Flock GIVE them more than enoughi Fresh Water Provide them with a bng "Working Day" FEED "Sargent Pre-Mix" free choice, or pour it in the hoppers on top of the regular feed. Brings New Pep FOR Laying Flocks FEED SARGEMT Sargent & Co., Algona, la. FEED Our Lower •^Mt T ^^^^PP ^pfflfe^^w iHfe lisp rn^if

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