The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1948 · Page 13
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meeting. P«8byi«San Church y £. Hill, Minister June 13: > TO:<So a. 'm. Morning worship. ' Concert Season Opens June 9th For Town Bur! Bv Lulu Hawcoll Butt—The first band concert nf the summer will be given Wednesday evening,- June f). Ten concerts will be given during the .'sitrnrrTer. .Mrs. J. D. Peters is again directing tho band, which will be made 1 up of members of toe 'high school band and any others who arc willing to play. ' ' Bid One "Goi Away" Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nealy and Mr,'and Mrs. Fred Davis fished pt. Soirit Lake Thursday. Mr. •Nealy reports that fishing was fair but "the big one got away". Home on Sick Leave Capt. Clarence Schradcr arrived a week ago Friday on sick 'leave for a few days. He left ! Thursday for Artesia. N. M., to spend a few days with his wife while awaiting orders for duty 1 &t a new/ location. Sunday his mother, Mrs, C. H. Schrader, he and his brothers, Clifford and Clayton, attended a family reunion at the Frank Bldndin home at Elmore,. Minn. Give Church Cleaning About 30 people gathered at the Methodist church Wednesday to give the church its annual cleaning. A potluck dinner was served at noon. After the work was completed the regular monthly business meeting was held. Mrs. G. H. McMullen conducted devotions.' The' program was omitted because of the lateness of the hour. Family Picnic Diner A large group of relatives were here for Decoration Day and had ,'a picnic dinner at the Everett Hanna home tftcrward. In the firoup were Mrs. Ben Hanna and Mrs. Naomi Winjum, Sioux Falls, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Reed Anderson and daughter Ruth, Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hanna, Little Falls, Minn.; Mrs. Delbert Hanna and .daughter, Fairmont, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Con Harrington, Mrs. Sadie Schenck and _ daughter Maude, Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs, Robert Mncky, Chicago; Mr. ^aud Mrs. Bob Marina' and children, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schenck and baby and Mrs. Son- tail?, Algona, and the 'L. H. Schcncks. daughter Barbara, Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf and Mrs. Will ftittgs- dorf. .""••.••$» Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ankfufi, Salem, .Ore., spent a lew day.s the first of last week at the G* O. McFarlnnd home. Mrs. Ankrum is Mr. McFarland's si'steiv Mrs. P. M. Ch'ristensPn, Lone Rock, and her daughter Marita, who is a nurse at P'uoblrCColo*.',' were a week ago Saturday, callers at the H. W. Mantis Mr. and Mrs. Ed Looft and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Looft, Buffalo Center, visited last Monday,, at tho Charles Schrader home.' ( '•-> Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff attended the Morningside college commencement at Sioux City last vv'eek Monday. Their son, John, was one' of the graduates. They brought hirrt and th'c'ir daughter Lurena, who is also- a student tlva-e, home -with them. Lorena returned there aftei': a week's visit at home. Mr. and Mrs, Carver Sm'ith, Ventura, Calif;, arid Cass Smith, Bucbank, .Calif., came last Tuesday for a visit with their pai'- ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith. The I. W. Hansons, Fonda, were in Burt Memorial Day.-' Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lockwood and Shirley attended the funeral of^a cousin of Mr. Lockwood, Don A. Winter, at Hardy Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jack Buscher and new baby, Dean Allen, have cousins. • Mr. 1 and Mrs. H. W. .Trainer and daughter Mary, Jo, GraM Rapids, Minn., left Thursday af» tor,a few days visit at the C. "" Sfnith home and with other B friends. They formerly lived "pl fiuri. • Mrs. Lester Vegors, Stratford, and her aunt, Mrs. Leona Boyjft- toh; Btirling^pn, visited Tuesday at the Dr. B. K. Bahnson home. They brought Mrs. Bahnsoh's father, J. L. Peterson, who Wpl stay at the Bahnson home for>ii time. Mrs. Vegors is Mrs. Jahti* son's sister. At the American Legion meet-, ing Tuesday evening it was dk-> cided to hold the annual celebration on July 23 and 24. The Lutheran Aid society met Fred Lavrenz and Mrs. Richaijc! Thursday afternoon with Mr ; sl Fred Lavrenz and Mrs. Richard Lavrenz as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams anjdj children, Austin, Minn., speni Sunday and Monday' at the Pqjrt Mitchell home. Their' dau'ghte|3 Karen and Carol remained for ;a week's visit here. Mr. and Mrs' Hpward Williams, Currie,: Minn:i; Bible , Mountain "',CHmbittg With God". 11:00 a. m. Sunday school Children's Day program. Bi" filer slides, "The Ten Commandments". JVtopdajfy June 14. , "ftiOfl, a. m.. Vacation School. Third week begins. All boys and girls welcome. ..Wednesday,- June 10: . 2:0$ p, m. .Women's Council Circles, i tf'M- p.. .m. Vacation Bible • dicnooj[. Conirnencement. br confirmed: Geral.d Bief> edt, Richard Giffprd, EuGlairfi Danford Schmidt, Egthei? Marlene Leeck, Evelyn Madson, Elnora Schadendprf, and Myrna Weiske. Followihg ^,the |6nfirmation ceremeny, HoJ.y Gpmnumion will be celebrated. Jjiihe 2:00 p. m. School Picnic. Vacation Tfhe Melhodist Church ..B\itt, Iowa mpre than 30 people who .wicked a,t 4he church on clean- 'u 1 p,..day ;di<i ; ,a fine job, and are given the -thanks of the church. 7/$he. .choir will .meet at the church Wednesday at 8 p. m. The Vacation CTiurch School whi.y'ljb ; began, Monday, the Hhj wi|;L : . <?pA|ftiuje uijtu luu loui. SunJay,"J"une 13: Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. Mtfnin'g".worship, 11:00 a. m. M. ''Y.'JJ. A p. ,m. A County Youth Rally is announced for Friday, June 11, 5:00 Bible SchooLAt Burt Underway Burt — The vacation Bible school staff at the Presbyterian •Church here is: director, Revi R. K. Hill; kindergarten department Mrs. Kirby Smith, teach- e¥, Marlene Dremmel, assistant teacher. ; ! JBeginners department -^ Mrs, t>.emalcl Patterson, teacher, J.ean- ette Hnrstmah, assistant teacher; Primnry department—Mrs. Har-' vey Thompson, teacher; Junior department — Mrs. Ray K. Hill, ieachcr. \Marlene Dremmel is pianist and Michael Scott is bell ringen Burt Auxiliary Holds Election Sufi—The American Legion AUjxiUary elected the following new officers at the regular meeting las.t Tuesday evening: Mrs Paul (Dlson, president; Mrs. Richard, potter, vice president; Mrs John Scott, secretary; Mrs. W J. Lock wood, treasurer; M : rs. J L, Miller, chaplain; Mrs. Jim Christensen, sgt. at arms; Mrs G. P. Mawcott, historian; Mrs. J. C. Geesman, Mrs. W. W. Boettch- were ateo/here Si n * . *'• V •*-'*» l ' 4"- y and' Mr, and Mrs. H. E. Rachut dent to Rochester, Minn., last week Sunday, where Mr. Rachut went through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel went to Iowa City Friday to spend a few days at the home of Ihejr daughter, Mrs. Robert Melville and family. Mrs. Niel Nielsen, Spencer,was rnlling on Burt friends last Tuesday. . Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson and : Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steward and son Richard fished at Spirit Lake Thursday night. Mrs. Rose Grose, Minneapolis, Minn.; came Thursday for a few days visit with Mrs. J. H. Graham. She had been visiting friends at Fenton. Last week Sunday ' the Roy, Donald and Wtndell Ringsdorf families were dinner guests at the Will Ringsdorf home in hon-i or of the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf, their the O. A. Cahipney home Since last Tuesday. 'Mrs. Buscher: Js'.. ; a duaghter of the -Campne'ys.*'' 7 The Donald Ringsclorfs and Harry Christensens were ••business visitors' at Mankatoj' Mjrfn., two weeks ago Saturday.. f ;.f^ Mrs. P. L. brefnmel enterta'in- ed Mrs. M. L. Vinaas and -son Lloyd and Mrs. Albert Schrader, Des Moines, and Mrs. J. H. ,Gj-a- ham.at dinner Tuesday at- Johnson's Tea : Room in • Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth j and baby, Fayette, came Thursday for a visit with Mr. Hutzel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hutzel. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Riedel went to Iowa City Thursday and brought home their son.; Gerald and Charles Officer, who'- have been attending the university. They stopped at Waterloo arid had dinner with their daughter Leugenia, who is working in the Penney store there this summer. Margaret Officer left last'Soh,- day for Estes ParkV where* "4w is to work during the summer at one of the lodges. She came home from Indianola, where she has been in college, and left the next day. Shirley Harvey, who has also been a student at, Simpson, came home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knudsen, Blue Earth, Minn., were in Burt Friday. They plan to leave on June 18 on a trip to Denmark. Gene Ringsdorf went to ; Ringsted Friday for a visit with his aunt. •'-.!.• -;•>". Elaine Koppen is at her home in Lakota for a few days-wtyile her father is at Rochester, Minn/ Dr. and Mrs. J. Sinn, Manning, Called on the A. H. Meinzers on Friday. They are "Mr. Meinzer's Monday' JMrV an,d"M4 Ken Wij-' liams. Welcome, Minn., and and Mrs. L. C. Williams'. -. guests at the Mitchell-home, .•'Mr. and Mrs. W.";"H.'"-Klamp; Algona, Mrs. M. .L. Vinaas and son Lloyd and Mrs. : Albert Schrader, Des Moines, .and M?s. ,J. O. Isenberger. wefe Memorial day dinner guests at;the'Mrs. J. H. Graham home. Mrs. 'P. . L. Dremmel and Mrs. W- H. Vogel were also supper ,guests" .there.' Kirby Smfth' jf,,' rlowa City, ld brother,' Richard, and four Coe college student friends, came Monday for a few days visit with the Smith boys' parents, Mr. and Mrs. K..J. Smith. Richard arid his friends went to Spirit Lak'e Thursday for a few days. Kirby Jr. returned to,:Iowa City Friday. Richard leaves Monday for Yellowstone Park, where he .will work in a Park .store this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McChesney and three children, Marshall, i'vlinn., Mr. and Mrs. George v Da}y, Hendricks, Minn., and Mrs. 'Sarah Geigel, Algona, were' Memorial Day callers at the W. T. itennedy home. ^ The six. directors of.. th_ Saddle club and their : wiyes for a business meetin&: at -the Dr. M. I. Lichter home Thursday evening. Plans were • made " holding a saddle show. A\Socia hour and lunch followed - th' Mission Study, will meet Wedne'sctaV, Tfte' xoiip und 16, at-the McMullen hefTae! St. John's Lulheran Chufch ' tBurt, -Iowa , ; lEeiidiinjuid Reith, Pastor- .-x. Sunday, June 13: 9:15, Sunday school. : 10:00, Divine Service. In this ervice the following chlffffuh iurt Folks'Kilt Dies In Minnesota sBurt—Mrs. Herman N,eitzel, MrPand Mrs. Ed Marlojy and Mr. ^fid Mi--:. Lt-m Marlow, Mr. arid Mrs. Hugh Marlow and sons Merwyn and Harlan, Del Marlow and Albert Hutchinson, of Lone Rock, went to Sebeka, Minn., to attend the funeral of Rufus Marlow, a brother pf ,-Mrs. Neitzel and the Marlow brothers. Mr. Marlow, whose wife died in October, was -living alone. •;He was found dead in bed by his hired man, who lived in another house. The Burt people -went up Tuesday arid. returned Thursday,, Mrs. Clinton Hende^son and children, Algona, stnyed sit the Neitzel home during rMs. Ne'itzePs absence. • Farm Liability Automobile * Pickups Trucks and Tractors see NEL$ 4- NELSON PHONE 159 Burt, Iowa BALL-BAND Smith Dept. Store "I For • . ' •' ; -l Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailers]! ;; ' JEW TIRES—BATTERIES GARAGE SERVICE ;\ -'.;;•';, —See— •'..- -:-' : (< : > CLIFF HOLDING i- Burt—Phone 165 WANT1D: GIRLS AND BOYS i • ' This year the United States Employment Service is cooperating with us in the listing of Weed Pullers, If you are interested in pulling weeds, cut out this slip and paste it on a postcard or put in an envelope and send to the Unitfd States Employment Sert|i|ej T/af,Aete^MMBPnqr •, la,, or to the Kossuth County Weed Commission Office, \Vi E, Stat* St,, Algona, Iowa, * • * r i ^ - • Name; ,™ 4-^r.--., Oirl or boy;-— — Experience; „__„-,-,,,«,..,.,,, *.,~-.^ r the hsyrs will vary. Generally 3;QO a.m. or later. The wages'\ s>yrs will vary, wenerguy ^p»«»in^i i,mi or leter, The wage?-will be &« The Hatching Season Is About Over We do have a few orders of our last large White Leghorn pullets available; also ,125 Hamp pullets and a few odd lots at close down prices. " { , fc ' *-".'"•.'.." " ' . '; . ' ' .. . ' Get Your Money's Worth; I ' "' Feed « Good Feed-It Pays Wayne Poultry-Hog-Cattle Feeds Also Available at Huisman's Produce, Titonka. IN BURT-It Pays! Band Concert Weds., Eve; Show Sat, Nights NEAI.Y Hardware - Hatchery Burt, Iowa y/S////////r/W/r//M'//'//MM^^ BANK NOTES At .first glance, .the statement of qny may seem only a cold, mqthernQticgl record. Actually, each figure represents a. wqrm, hujnan story in the lives of hundreds pf p.eople who bank at the Burt Savings bank; Just take the Figure labeled "Loans" for example. -•• Loans are among the most important of our many services, It may be the stprv of tji,e young man and his Wife who haye occumulcMed sufficient savings. to eji^ble thw to pitwhase a farm and with the assistance pf thi* bonk, w ho. have loqned them funds pn a firsf mortgage loan to epa>lejh,em fo acqwitf fHU.jksitf d homo long befor,* the Hnfie that it woujd hqye taken to a«gmy late and save the enirf .amown. Or it might be the oss(|}an*e givenJn-jh* pywhflw »| a home, a.bwsiness,, or the puptb,a*e el a new ay. tomobile. It is tht iitif «fli ^.desjce of theifeHis, etOjis bank to render,«|^ss0nce tbg| 4f ^Mi f« further e worthy prej BURT SAVINGS BANK Tuesday, Juris 8, 1948 Upper er, arid Mrs, O. ecutive^ board. tt, ex- Many papers are noting the receipt of "begging" letters from He'll Get Along All Righfr- Because His MILK Is Coming From Burt Cream Station H.one 160 Some of th strong sound of the ftti&i bet is to make donati6fl5, df money or food thfoug organizations. Feed The Felco Way Felco Chick Mash Peat Utter Rolled Oats and Pig Starter Fertilizer on Hand 2-12-6 0-20-0 4_12-4 Burt Co-Operatke Elevator Phone 35 Tonic for Tired Motors... * Tone-up for New Ones ? A Twice-Yearly Necessity Here's Why if you follow the rules of good health, you see your Dentist twice a year and get periodic,check- ups from your Doctor. THE SAME RULE IS GOOD FOR YOUR CAR TOO. To keep alf parts of the Motor, Ignition, Carbure- tion, and Cooling Systems in harmonious, trouble-free operation, Periodic Inspections and Adjustments are essential. FOR BEST PERFORMANCE, this "Tune-up" Operation should be performed at least TWICE YEARLY. The heavy motoring season is just ahead. Drive in for this Motor Rejuvenating Tune-up Tonici NOW. Motor Tune-up is the minor operation that saves Major Repairs MOTQR TONIC COMPRESSION Test COMPRESSION. Check CYLINDER HEAD AND •MANIFOLDS.for lightness, tighten if advisable. Inspect -EXHAUST SYSTEM, MUF FLER AND TAIL PIPE. IGNITION SYSTEM Clean and test SPARK PLUGS, adjust spark gap. Check WIRING, tighten connections. Adjust or replace DISTRIBUTOR POINTS., Check COIL, CONDENSER. STARTER. Adjust GENER: ATOR .and VOLTAGE CONTROL. Test and service BATTERY, clean and tighten cpnnections, Set ENGINE TIMING. CARBURETION SYSTEM Clefn FUEL PUMP. Service AIR CLEANER. Adjust CARBURETOR .,.. for most .efficient and economical operation. COOLING SYSTEM Inspect COOLING SYSTEM and HOSE CONNECTIONS. Check and adjust FAN BELT. C x '5 "' We Want to Deserve Yoyr Business Permanently, */,%*'• "»•' . > - 'v •t t ;\-!! t "!d*~"~; .'•',; », * •-••«'*-! &&?&'*,» .f.,, ,:JL,'«/.,

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