The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1948 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 18, 1948
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Wendell' Kitsch. r . *< fiaeitchw* Mr. and entertained a nuttbet ei MM till I IIII Sister Of Burt Man Injured In A Motor Crash By Lulu Hawcoif Burt — Dr. and Mrs. Bahne K. Bahnson were called to Alta last Sunday, evening by news that Dr. Bahnson's sister and her daughters had been injured in an. auto accident. The sister, Mrs. Arthur Schuldt and daughters Bonnie and Dawn, were returning to their home at Storm Lake- from Sioux City, where they had visited Mrs. Schuldt's husband. the Rev. Arthur Schulclt, who is in the Methodist hospital there following an operation on his back. They ran into a soft shoulder and went into the ditch. Mrs. Schuldt suffered a dislocated hip and head injuries. Dawn also had head injuries and Bonnie escaped with only minor injuries. Mrs. Schuldt and Dawn were taken back to the Methodist hospital at Sioux City. Doctor Bahnson and his brother, Dr. Royce Bahnson, Terril, accompanied them there. They returned home Monday. The Rev. Mr. Schulclt lived in Burt as » lad and the family is known to many Burt people. They Solve a Probiem Supt. W. B. Officer and school board members, Don Mitchell. L. H. Riedel and Cliff Holding made a trip to near Kansas City last TuescUiy night, where they purchased some surplus war buildings, which will be used to make a building to house school buses. Go Jo New Jersey Mrs. Lawrence Miller and daughter Vicky left Thursday night for Camden, N. J., where they will join Mr. Miller, who has a position there with the R. C. A. They had been staying a number of weeks with Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson until Mr. Miller was able to find living quarters for them. New Mumps Cases A number of new cases of mumps have developed the past few days. Among the victims are Margaret Reimers. Merton Steward, John Haase. Tommy Ulses is ill with chicken pox and measles. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich and Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland were dinner guests last Tuesday evening at the C. W. Reynolds home in honor of Mrs. Bleich's birthday. The Sewing Circle will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Howard. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kickbush and three youngest children spent last weekend at Guttenberg. They took back Mrs. J. C. Kickbush. Mr. Kickbush's mother, who had been visiting here several weeks. Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt and Mrs. Bertha Koestler returned Thursday from Clinton, where they had spent three weeks. Mrs. Bierstedt visited a brother and Mrs. Koestler her son Leonard, whose wife was in the hospital. Mrs. H. A. Thompson went to Dubuquo Thursday to spend the weekend with her daughter Barbara, who is a student at the University of Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rachut and daughter Shiela attended Viesha at Ames Saturday and visited their daughter Stella, who is a student at Iowa State college. Mrs. B. W, Brooke, Hawarden, and daughter, Mrs. Kermit Christensen. Ringsted. were calling on Burt friends Thursday. Mrs. Elmer Kienitz, Lakota, 'spent last week Monday here visiting her mother, Mrs. L. R. Daniels, and sister Mrs. Clifford Holding. Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, Mrs. Robert Sarchet, Mrs. Jake Smith, Mrs. Raymond Lovstad, Mrs. Robert Harvey, and Mrs. W. B. Officer attended a Mother's Day tea at the Floyd Gardner home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Berniee Ganger, Pensacola, Fla., came last Tuesday for a surprise visit with her mother, Mrs. J. P. Stow. On the way here she had visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. Clifford Parrish at Louisville, Ky. The O. H. Grahams went to Ringsted Thursday evening and brought back their daughter-in- law, Mrs. Gordon Graham, and daughter Jennifer, who had been visiting her parents. Gordon came up from Ames for the weekend and took them home with him Sunday. Mrs. W. J. Lockwood spent Tuesday with her sister Mrs. Lester fionnstetter, Corwith. J. P. Cunningham has been confined to his home by illness for the past couple of weeks. Mrs. W. W. Boetteher, Mrs. Clifford Holding and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Long were Mason City visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Long remained there for a few days and Mrs. G. O. McFarlan4 returned home with thpm, . Mr. and Mrs. Andy Phillips and children of Woden sp week Sunday at the Paul * I home. Mr. and Mrs, M. E. PolhemuS end their son Ernest, who is visiting here from Artesia, Calif., were dinner guests last Monday evening at the Esther and Ruth Hodgson home. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Krohrtberg, Minnesota Lake, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bartlett, Waldorf, Minn., Mrs. Wilfred Krohnberg, Owatonna, Minn., Mrs. Henry Prange and Lois, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krohnberg, Wells, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Krohnberg, Walters, Minn., spent a week ago Friday evening at the Allan Hinckley • home. They were on their way home after attending the funeral of a realtive at West Bend. Mrs. Hinckley had accompanied them to the funeral. Helen Graham was brought home last Monday from the General hospital, where she had undergone an appendectomy a week before. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kennedy of Mason City, spent Mother's Day at the parental W. T. Kennedy home. The Leonard Schmidts, Bode, spent Sunday with Mrs. Schmidt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. They came to help Mrs* Moore celebrate her birthday. The Friendly Four club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. E. C. Schwietert. Hurt Presbyterian Church Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, May 23: 10:00 a. m.—Morning worship, Sermon, "The Faith of-Moses". 11:00 a. m.—Sunday school • Adult topic, "Our Need of Public Worship". 7:30 p. m.—Westminster Fellowship. The Methodist Church William S. Handy, Pastor The W. S. C. S. 'study group will meet Wednesday, May 19, f-M p. m. at the home of Mrs Lance Riebhoff. Mrs. Handy will lead the devotions. Mrs. Walter Campney the lesson. The choir will meet at the church Wednesday at il p. m. Dr. John Clinton will give his illustrated lecture on his journeys about Boston and the General Conference, just closed there, at the church Saturday May 22 a1 8 p. m. Sunday, May 23—Sunday school 10 a. m., Dr. Clinton will speak. Morning worship. 11 a. m.. sermon by the pastor. M. Y. F. special open air .service in evening. Fellowship supper and program Tuesday, May 25 — Potluck supper 6:30 p. m. sponsored by the W. S. C. S. Pro-ram following the supper will include the motion picture, "Beyond Our Own." Every family invited. Vacation church school June 7-11, 14-18. Bud Hauptmans Into New Home Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. "Bud" Hauptman and year sold son Jimmy moved to their home on North Wooster Street in Algona last week. They had been living in their trailer house and at the parental J. L. Havcrly home. Mrs. Hauptman is the former June Haverly. The house they moved to their lot is not completely remodeled and redecorated, but it will be much more convenient for them now to do-it. He is employed at the Dau garage in Algona. Drop In at MA FISHER'S CAFE and Get One of Her Good, Old-Fashioned MEALS in Burt Insurance Farm Liability Automobile Pickups Trucks and Tractors see NELSJ, NELSON PHONE l$9 Burt, lowq Honor A Recent Bride In Shower At Lotts Creek By Mrb. H. Potralz Lolls Cteek—A post-nuptial shower was held Wednesday evening at the Immanuel Lutheran school in honor of Mrs. Vernon Finnestead. The basement was beautifully decorated with white and pink with a large pink and white umbrella in the center of the table, under which the gifs were placed and inflated balloons to the umbrella with at question tied to each which were answered by the bride. Mrs. 1 .Wendell Rusch and Mrs. Eugene Vaudt had charge of the entertainment. I Favorite recipes were written by the guests. A reading! ."RecipeJor a Good Husband", by Janet McFall of Fenton, a skit by Mrs. Charles Ferge of.Se.neca, and Mrs Calvin Vaudt of Fairville. Prizes for contests were won by. Mrs. Wm. Zumach and Janet McFall. ; Mrs. Albert Hagg of Algona received the door prize. Out of-the -village guests were: and frieftds at "BOO," Irt \httfttf of day eVgttlni a! .the W0m6 bfi Clfira- PorHfje. - s . " Mesdames' H. Fv, Mlttftg aftd <w*« tt,tXMHhM.» Uiit-j-/! i j Mesaames n. «•,-, Mittag ana Mrs. Boetlchegs birthday and dlara Pbmpe .enleMftirted &l & also dlarenctS Ziifflaeh, Iftd the — ••"- «»^«s-- -»"-""-.-"•«" second Wedding, attftivei&afy of Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Stomach. , . arence Stomach. Tuesday evening. Those ^attending were: Mr. and, Mr$.«Herman Hint?,, Mr. and Mri-fre'd Meyer and family, Mr. and, Mrs, Harold Gross, Mr. ,affd Mrs, Donald ttadig and family, Mr. dtfd Mrs. Ben Schmidt, Mn and Mrs. Arnold Meine, Mrf fan'd Mrs'. Eugene 'Vaudt, Mr. fend Mrs. Victor Struecker, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Seely, Mr. rind Mrs,. Art Rusch, Mr. and Mrs. 'Wffl. Ztintach and family, Mr. and Mrs, Alvln Potratz and family Phyllis ' Gengler, Ferdie Mittag, and Martin Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. 'Wm, Buss, Mr. and Mrs. George Bannick. Let us measure you for that new suit. You'll get smarter style, finer fabric^ perfect fit . . . and you'll be pleasantly surprised at 'the reo- torfab/e prices. .Come in and look around.; • SMITH DEPt. STORE BURT, IOWA Get Entry Blank at the Americana Style Shop for Big Notos-Lustron (Machineless)—(professional cold-wave) contest. $3.00 in Cash Prizes Plus TOO other prizes of $150.00 lst-$100;06 2nd-$50.00 3rd. 100 other prizes of. MarineHa Cle'ansing Cream (\i Ibs.) Night appoinments too. $5.00 cold wave for girls under twenty. $8.50 cold wave for adults. ' ' AMERICANA STYLE SHOP Burt, la. Phone 54 . party Mdflday.flftefntioft at. th'g Mittal hbftft* > t Wi«3e attenelin g were MesdameS fid Kfessin; 1 Or* ville aafdener, Lydia Watte!, ftelhie Weteel, Walter Krmtse, John Schaflih, Miner Pijahn, A. . and Judy MeMShtsh* spent Sties Feed The Felco Way Felco Chick Mash Pent Litter Roiled Oats and Pig Starter Fertilizer on Hand 2-12-6 • 0-20-0 4-12-4, V Burl Co-Operative Elevator Phone 35 All Right- Because His . MttK • ' +> * V" fm*" *{• ^ Is Coming 'From Cream Station "/ " Phone . 1 60 . ''J -" For Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailers) ,.. TIRES--BAtTfiAlES GARAGE SERVICE' • . : -See- • '-£. 8I> CLIFF HOLDING Burt—Phone 165 • See Our Line Of MAJESTIC Bottled Gas Stoves SCHRADER HARDWARE Announcing A "New Addition" To Our Family Of;fihe Foods "Birdseye" Fresh Frozen FRUITS VEGETABLES FISH FILLETS Strawberries Mixed Fruit Blue Berries Sliced Peaches Corn Mixed Vegetables Peas French Fried Potatoes Lima Beans French Cut Green Beans Chicken Ala King Perch Haddock Pike NOW! "Taylor-Made" ICE CREAM On Sale at McMullenV Try It Today! McMULLEN'S PROMPT ELECTRIC MOT^R * . f ' REWINDING and i _ REPAIR v Mitchell Elec. Shop * • •-' >* . f i i . £ t, ' ^ Burt, lowq , BANK NOTES We here at the Burt Saving* Bank realize that 'SERVICE is a very much overworked statement these days. We realize that everybody in , almost every business is stressing service, We here at the bank attempt,, to live up to the belief that we give q servije whkh fits.into- i . • 1 i t > the needs of this cprnmunity, We pffer' all pf .• , . ' i . *••-» -,- . f '• the services required of a good bar\k in o thriv. ing, thrifty\ommunity, We feel that,We,do ness with the finest pepple en earth. " It shgll |?e Qwr tonstqnt desire to $9 conduct our business that our <;yjtom9rvwil| v rV?omm>hd this bank to their friends, ' • ...... -. • . With freezers not only crijc.,^.. , but are able'to* wre many fruits am tal advantage fa that fre^eiog UVUK . T «>..... u ., w ..u •BjpojriaiM to'the lartlly health; Iltwiraied, with.profewibiiai, model, pw Iktaraitioaal HarrMU* llKnibiofoot beecc* BOW on ^M«r^ 4 Cu. Ft. Box.. J S. . ,$235.0* ,„''•.< See Them on Display af ALGONA } t,C6mmercial St. . ',«w*'^V j H* * ** ', * t< A: • ' .* * < HARVE15TER pONTI^'d^ r ^ Walt and Deb Hall ' I v Rhone 52 ',-* -' j '< D A D M V A D IV ' ,»^. .*•»" ^'. '•* PAVEMENTS 11 ' ! * * J * * t^**A ** * V * - * ' * J "^J -"Ci * f " • Son/far/ ' ,' / ' : !'-i;'^ • j .'I* • Economical f / • labor Saving • , ( t ,Feecf Saving • ' *4» 4 ; '- ^^ :j "• ^ '<»i ind'>'latf fl Bfe^/me niarfe ' -I- '^mimh Mm .tf. i_ nm > i*r , t • ,w ,SBf'P m W 99"m v IJi* l • .5 s 'u^x f- -t't l -mt »i m *« ws*v«r«d*i% M A*.B ij.i^IX J ^f_*l'^ t ^ I r ^'^fli _ . * f V ^ titiK^ri&MwV'j »::v'_ u*A«j.iJfc.i.v i ' < !:-i ' ..-", ?«*-s w i i BURT SAVINGS BANK

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