The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1948 · Page 4
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4~A(gona Upper Dei MolriM Tuesday, June 1, 194$ Mrs. Chris Bolie Is Seriously ill Portland—Mrs. Chris Bolip is seriously ill in ti hospital at Independence, Mo. Mi 1 . Bolie is with her and the son Paul drove there Friday. Paul planned to stop at Ames and take his brother Wayne and wife along. Mrs. Bolie is to have an operation at an early date. [Ex-Resident Passes [ D. F. Schwietert went to Fairmont, Minn., Wednesday -to attend the funeral of George Hefler, a former Burt resident, who died Saturday, May 22. He was 83 years old. 4-H Aclivilies . The Portland 4-H boys and girls met with RORCT and Ronald Moore last \vcvk Thursday evening. Marilyn Trunkhill and Ronald were chosen to attend 4-H club camp at Clear Lake June 8, 9, 10. Plans were made for the cattle judging tour on June 23. in this township. Mumps Victims Marilyn and Non-tta Trunkhill are victims of the mumps and Jack and Kathryn Trunkhill have the red measles. Mi-, and Mrs. Bert MeCorkle. AJgona, were Friday visitors at Rav MeWhorter's. Mrs. Geo. Sengcbush and weeks-old son. Jerry Leo. spending a iV\v clays at the thony Jandl home. Mrs. Gcoge Larson. Mrs. „,,,, Shipler and son Cleo spent several days 1'ist week in Waterloo, visiting relatives. two- are • An- Jim At Elevator Meeting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller attended the annual meeting of the stockholders of the West Bend Farmers' elevator. last Wednesday evening. At Algona O. E. S. Meeting The following members of Kossuth Chapter No. 201. O. E. S., attended an Eastern Star meeting at Algona on Thursday evening: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney. Mrs. J. P, Trunkhill, Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, Mrs. R. C. Dremmel, Mrs. C. B. Chipman, Mrs. C. H. Schradcr. Mrs. W. H. Vogel Mrs. W. S. Handy, and Mrs. F. L. Pratt, Mrs. E. E. Paine. O. E. S. Mothers-Daughters Kossuth Chapetr No. 201, O. E. S., will have a Mothers' and Daughters' banquet Friday evening, June 4. at ii::W p. m .' in the Masonic hall. Drop In at MA FSSHER'S CAFE and Get One of Her Good, Old-Fashioned MEALS. in Burt Insurance Farm Liability Automobile Pickups Trucks and Tractors see NELS J. NELSON PHOXE 159 Burt, Iowa Visitors From Texas Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings and daughter Joan and Duane Pannkuk arrivod Tuesday from Lubbock, Tex., wliere they had spent the winter. They stopped in Des Moines and brought home with them Mrs. Kenneth Zimmerman and twin babies. Mr. Zimmerman came up Wednesday. They are visiting Mrs. Zimmerman's mother, Mrs. E. H. Pannkuk. The- Fidelis Sunday school class met Thursday afternoon at Mrs. C. S. Coffin's, with Mrs. Paul Moore as assisting hostess. Mrs. W. S. Handy was in charge of the games. Mrs. Carrie Nasel. Bancroft, was a guest. The June meeting will be a picnic. W. B. Shipler and son Dale left Friday for Omaha to bring home Mrs. Shipler, who had spent a wc-ek there at the home "I her daughter. R. F. Haweott returned Thursday from a week's visit with relatives at Marshall and Lyncl, Minn., and at Spirit Lake. He also called on the John Booms at George. . Mrs. W. A. Peters was on the sick list several days last week. Burt business houses were sprayed for flies Friday. The streets and alleys were sprayed Thursday night. J : H. Schroeder took his daughter. Mrs. Lloyd Priest and her little daughter to Minneapolis Friday, where they took the tram for their home at Tacoma, Wash. They had spent several weeks here. Gary Reynolds is confined to Ins home with the mumps. His mother, Mrs. C. W. Reynolds, has also been on the sick list, suffering from a sore throat. Mrs. Gertrude Ackerman returned home the first of last week from Cedar Falls, where she had been attending Iowa State Teachers' college. Robert and Cynthia Hardy, Algona, spent Thursday and Fridav at the R. J. Nealy home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mitchell and two sons and Mrs. Nella Mitchell, Ipwa Falls, spent last week Sunday at the Don Mitchell home. Mrs. Carrie Nagel, Bancroft, spent a few days last week at the Fred Habeger home. John Emmert, Mason City came the first of the week after IMS wile and children, who had • been M.Y.F. 8:00 p.m. Vacation Bible School dates are June 7-11, 1448, 9:00-11:30 a.m. Burt Presbyterian Church Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, June 6 10:00 a. m,—Morning worship. Sermon, "What is -Christian Living"? 11:00 a. m.—Sunday school. Adult topic, "Courage to Put God First". 2:00 p. m.—Covered-dish picnic at Call Park. 3:00 p. m.—Recreation. 4:00 p. m.—Vesper Service in Shelter House. Sermon, "Natures Wisdom". Monday, June 7— 9:00 a. m. Daily Vacation Bible school. Second week begins, all boys and girls welcome. Full Gospel Church A. R. Kern, Pastor Sunday school, 10 a. m. ' Morning service, 11 a. m. Sunday Averting. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 8 p. m. V. F. W. Auxiliary Meels The V. F. W. Auxiliary meets Tuesday afternoon, June 1, at Mrs. W. R. Chafee's for the monthly sewing meeting. Two Dttegatas Tc Lutheran Synod ftev. E. Senzort, pastttf'of the |i#st Lutheran chttfch here, and E. B, Carlson will aiteftd the .Centennial celebfati'oh of the Lutheran Augustana Synod, fcock Island, 111., June 7-13, 'as dele- gales' of the First Lutheran church. Moire thari 2,,6-u.u ''delegates and visitors .are .expected to attend the annual Centennial celebration. USE THE WANT ADS Mrs. spending a few days with Emmort's parents, Mr. and ^ Jay D. Graham, Mrs. Kenneth Graham and two children came over with him and remained tor a tew days visit at the Graham home. The Melhodisi Church Bui-t, lowu T^ w'o ?' " and y- Pastor The W.S.C.S. will meet to •) , 'n nn hL "' ch Wednesday, Juno •2 at 0:00 a.m. Potluck dinner with business meeting in the afternoon. The choir will meet at the church at 8:00 p.m. Wednesday. Sunday, June 6, 1948 Sunday school 10:00 a.in Morning worship 11:00 a.m Sermon by the Pastor. Feed The Felco Way Felco Chick Mash Peat Litter Rolled Oats and Pig Starter Fertilizer on Hand 2-12-^6 0-20-iO 4-12-4 \ Burt Co-Operative Elevator Phone 35 He'll Get Along All Right- Because His MILK Is Coming From Burt Cream Station Phone 160 CTION SALE! SATURDAY, JUNE 5 Sale to Begin at 2 P.M. 822 East North St., Algona My entire lot of household goods: 7 ft. Electric, refrigerator, nearly new; bottle gas kitchen range; oil burning circulating heater; overstuffed living room suite; wicker porch furniture; dining room table, 6 chairs; kitchen table and chairs; 2 bedroom suites, springs, mattresses; 3 Congoleum rugs; trunk, curtains.; Wishes; garden tools, lawn mower; 24 in. pipe wrench and other tools. Also other articles to* numerous to mention, TERMS: Cash. No property to be removed until paid for. J. N.THUL Hugh Colwell, Auct. 822 E. North St. Iowa State Bank, Clerk LQpALS &ob.K«*d, son <sf Mr. and Mrs. w >i *m. eed ' J came from Cedar tails, Thursday and will be here » .S fe t W days> He is a student at the Iowa State Teachers college. ••' .;.../ Mr. and Mrs. William •furner and their daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reid wer e visited one day last week by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bennett of Riverside, Calif., who were en route to Cedar Rapids. Mr. Bennett is a cousin of Mrs. Reid. Curtis Ward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward of Cedar Rapids, spent the Memorial weekend here. He does government research in electronics. Don, another son of the Wards, who is employed as pharmacist at the OConnell drug, 's'tore at Fort Dodge, also spent';.the weekend here. Kendall, a student^at Iowa State college, Ames, spent last weekend here with his parents Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson had as last weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. George Hackett of Wa-l seca, Minn. This week they had as Memorial day guests Dr. and Mrs. T>. A. Richardson .of Austin Minn. The men ,are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Biehard- son have as guest the Re.v. D M Simpson, father of Mrs. Richardson, of Kenosha, Wis., who arrived Friday and will remain a fortnight. ... •. $90.50 Memorial Gift Fund Was Donated, May 26 Buri~*A large group of mourn* ers attended funeral service for, Pfc. Richard W. Batt, whioh was^ held at the Methodist church on Wednesday a'fternoort. It was conducted by Elder E, V. ttuhk- er, Independence, Mo., assisted by the Rev. W, S. Handy. About 75 ex-service men marched in the procession to the church' and' at the cemetery in Algona. _l^ : »0ut-of-town relatives attenS- ing the services included Mr. and' Mrs. William Toepfer, Mrs. John Killion, George Killion, Mrs. Ed Hedblom, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rose, Mrs. Harold Rose, and Mrs. Gus Oldenburg, Boone; Mr. and' TROLLS LESS HAN A MILE 5L AN HOUR i Imagine an outboard motor trolling . down to lens than a milo an hour, Hour . flfler hour, without over-healing. The /VfuiScolt-AtWBlers will do itl And speed up to 20 milea an hour. Scolt-Atwalcrs will .amaze you with tholr remarkable performance, "fine car" reliability and utter aimpliclty. Priced fbr a Scotchman's purse, Scott-Atwater given you more OBC Cerlilied horsepower jicr dollar. 7-20 DELUXE TWIN ?}< h.u. (OBC Certified @4,SUO rptn) with Allloniutli: Recoil StortEr Scott* Atwater Nedy Hardware - . ' ' ''^K* 1 * - ' ' >' *? ' *-'•' '*,'"*<-"Jfy«$-$f ».f ',.';' A . •:/? v i ' . *• J * * ' I .f * — ' . . dirmef at *h& Kotel to Matins itom a whtt attended the fUftsi*al. Mrs. , .ftftd [ -Ata, ®. Albert- /bun 6HUdf|ft, Jltonka; , Mrs. i ftett, $t. Beftedtet: Mr. fin Mervin Hauefcstcin and tto& Mr* and Mrs. Matlafld, ifitt» Mr, ee. 1 and ,, . dreft, Mi\ and Mrs.' Verne fiatt, Helen and Marilyn fiatt, Algona. Afftflhg fhe friends from a dis- •taftce Who attended Were tilder aergeftg of Cflidden, whfl acconi- panied Elder Hunker, who conducted the service, He was h61d- ing evangelistic meetings/ at fienisoh; also Pastor J8ert /Fish, Will Pish; Mrs. • William .*ruog and Mrs, Mary Miles oFMffllard attended. Staff Sgt. Milton E. Burr, Fort Sheridan, III., the military escort, who accompanied the remains of Pfc, Richard Batt, here, was a guest at the Wm. Bait home from Wednesday morning JcmeBmdle Is uate , daUgHler ftf Mf. and Mrs. Francis S^fldjley' of Bancroft, will be graduated from Clarke college, Dubuque, June 2. A home economies major, Miss Bradley has aoepted art appoint* mint as tfietetiti 'interne at St; Lotfls university, where She Will also work for her master's degree. Miss' Bradley attended St. John's High schqol at Bancroft; Dr. H. A. Evans has been dismissed from a Rochester hospital Burt, Iowa For Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailers) NEW TIRES—BATTERIES GARAGE SERVICE —See— CLIFF HOLDING Burt—Phone 165 See Our Line Of Stoves SCHRADER HARDWARE PROMPT SERVICE ELECTRIC MOTOR REWINDING and REPAIR Mitchell Elec. Shop Burt, Iowa «i»ii* JW the-'dotfofrYiSRS have A, short vacation ftere.' shfe returns hofne but is te June 22 for Canip Maway friflnle*, Va <t foHwdm'brttfis. wdfked there last summer an. I*e^b6rl^ible for ,the Health of! girls. ,. .. '',,'" BALL-BANO Smith Dept. Store BANK NOTES At first glance, the statement of any bank may seem only a cold, mathematical record. Actually, each figure represents a warm, human story in the lives of .hundreds of people who bank at the Burt Savings bank. Just take the figure* labeled "Loan;" for example, • ; - : i Loans are among the .most important of our many services. It may be the story «f the young man and his wife who have accumulated sufficient savings to enable them to purchase a farm and with the assistance of this bank, who have loaned them funds on a first mortgage loan to enable them to acquire, this desired home long before the time that it would have taken to accumulate and save the en ire amoun. Or it might be the assistpnce given in the purchase of * a home, a business, or |hf> purchase of a new automobile. H is the wfacere desire of the folks at this bank ' to render any assistance that we can to further a worthy project. BURT SAVINGS BANK BURT, IQWA ff.< i£t B»chul, Pres. HI A.. TftpH|p!PD< (?Mhi»y R, I, Mawdsley, Vice-I^IT, fc, Lovstftd, A»it. Cash, Member Federal Depofil Jiwvtrfrice The Bank Beauty and Convenence of thisSmflft PINING BPQM / v ; : |; .*, f> thf smart,.chfii«( chtfloj «nd v buf» A famous mpker wanted to keep his factory busy during the. slack season. He offered us these fine, tables-5 ply mahogany or walnut veneer tops and bases of selected cabinet woods-at a sensational saving! See these mpney.saving buys! Pedestal base, with classic Oun«an Phyfe urn mortals heav. lly built, Automatic leaf syppprts, hand-rubbed finish, -metal tips pn legs, qnd other quality fea, tureVSqve $15,30 while special purchase lasts, iosy Terms If Desired twy int ef th 9 * | w i y , qb ,^ NQW> Pfly ^^ If m wWl^W PKik» a |5.097ewn"p^n,nt qnd YOU PAY ONLY DOWN 6 or $ Sue wild up 36" x 44" *af In " ' —ni ,,,^r^ vTJJ*" Vrj! HERE'S THE REMARK ABLE STORY BEHIND THIS GRAND TABLE VALUE! \ t •' \ . *.•.;£$&£

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