The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1948 · Page 13
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Leugehia Riedel Honored By 100 At Burfjune 17 , - " o — -•»" Juv^uci \VflS honor at a shower given "theran church basement 4ho«"Tntf evonin 8 at which more than 100 guests were present. A color scheme of blue and white was used in the decorations The ^ertainment included a game cMlcd A Musical' Romancl; a gr.pup of songs by Joyce Rver- «"«.and LaVonne y Bleach; Tnd aw pictures showing inci- - ' in ' hc romance of the yountf couple. Dainty refreshments were Served by the hostesses. Bible School Picnic ' .The annual vacation Bible school picnic of the Burt Presbyterian churdv was held in Call park on Thursday. Those furnishing transportation were Mrs Maria O'Brien, Henry Smith. Mrs. A. L. Rasmusson, Mrs. Dol- hver.Peters, Mrs. Donald Patter- .'Mrs, Claude Whitehlll Jr. was • brought « ; home from- Fayette Thursday «and underwent an op. - bra^on for the* removal of her appendix:,at thovKossuth hospital Mr. Wh tehill is in school at Fay-' nte.-and his wife ...and .baby moved there just recently. ? Burl Presbyterian CHurch Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, June 27-r 10 a. m., morning worship. Sermon, "Temptation". 11 a. m., Sunday school. Adult topic, "From Malachi to Christ." Bible School Commenccmont The commencement exercises and hand wouk display of the Burt Presbyterian eliurch vacation bible; school was held Tuesday evening. Honor awards were presented to Carol Rasmusson, Georgia Angus,' Barbara Ririgs- dorf, Barba'.a Drcmmel, Alice Thompson, Teddy McNeill, David Rasmusson. Honorable mention was given Richard Rasmusson, Harriet Long. Ellen Stewart -, . -Edith Smith, Judy Woltz, Judy 'tKM ^R>Brian.:sRoger Shipley. ,Marsha ' >Drcmme1, Boyd -Shipler, ' Karen ....,- Peters. Others receiving certifi- • - rates for faithful work were Ko:-., • ten- Fitch. Lbdell OJson. Dennh ! t-hiplcr. Jfianr-tt? Woltz, Billy Tra^k. David Smit'v Jane Woltz Sherry MbNri'.l, .. Michael Hill, George Patterson. .Larry Olson, Helen Trask. Bevsrlv Christen, s"n." Michael Scott, Jimmie Gid- .dings. Karol Kern Shirlev Meier, '..Tack Getlman. Jean Gettmnn, Wavno Christensen. The faculty inrluded. Rev. and Mrs. R. K. Hill.-Mrs. Kirb" Smithi Mrs. Don- a'd Patterson, Mrs. H. A. Thomo- son.,Marlcne prcrnm<;l. Jeanette * Horstman, jCharlottc Drcmmol. ', Rushed To Hospital \ - Mrs. C, S. Coffin was taken ( fieriou.sjy ill .Wednesday night '' and early Thursday morning was , taken .by ambulance to the Park i hospital in Mason City. She suf- ^ fcred a stomach hemorrhage-. , Quests'At Dickmeyers • • ^ ; \ Mr.'and Mrs. Norman Sander-. ' ;«pn'and family Seattle, Wash., i. yvarrived. Tuesday for a visit with •{^ . Wlrs, .Sanderson's parents Mr, and 3;, l ^Mrs, E. L, Dickmeycr and other i 1 ' Relatives. VlsiJ Lat*brt Moms ' , ' Mrs. Jessie Mitchell arid granddaughter Barbara Dittmer spertt Thursday at the Edmufid Larson home. ^.. .,_..'.. . ! .1 .,Mary Peters, wHd teaches in Elgin, 111., arrived Sunday to spend the summer .vacation with her mother Mrs. W, A, Peters. Mrs. Clinton Henderson and two children, Algeria, spent a few days the first of last week with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neitzel. Mrs. F. O, Stow entertained the Birthday Circle Thursday afternoon. \ Miss Emily Watson returned Thursday from Radcliffe, where she had spent a week at the home of her niece Mrs. Hubert Stewart rt Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wentzel, St. Louis, Mo., visited last week from Sunday to Wednesday at the Glee Bullock home. ' Mr. Wentzel was a buddy of Mr. Bullock when the two were in the navy. Mrs. Max Smith,; and daughter Donha Mae, EldorS, came Thursday yfor a visit with Mrs. Smith's parents Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom and to attend the wedding of Mrs. Smith's nephew Herbert Weiske, -at Fenton Friday evening. •"••-,"- • . Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reynolds, Iowa Falls, were luncheon guests Wednesday at > trie Glen Hutzel home. They hac^becn on a fishin; trip. > Mrs. Hutzbl accompanies them-to Iowa Falls where slic visited a sister. \\[ Mrs. Harold Steward was hostess at a tea given at her home Tuesday evening, at Which more than 20 guests were present. Mrs. Orville Steward, Garner, was the demonstrator. ; Mrs. Harvey Larson .is ill with the mumps. ;. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kearns, Chicago, visited from Sunday to Tuesday at the -Bill Carman home. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kearns, Fairmont, Minn., also spent Sunday at Garman home. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kearns went to Fairmont to visit at the W. P. Kearns home. Mrs. Garman and Jerry accompanied them and spent a couple of days there. Dale- and W. P. Kearns.,are Mrs, Gar4 man's brothers • • Burt friends received word last week from the Rev. and Mrs. P. O. Hanson Jr. stating. that they were back in the United States and were visiting Mrs. Hanson's relatives in Brooklyn. They recently returned from. China. Mr.; Hanson was pastor of the Burt Methodist -church'' a few years ago. ;. - ;-. '-; "; Axel Anderson, Hugh McDonald, Harold Steward and Don' Fraser left Tuesday night on a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. ;; ,Mr/.and Mrs. lien Williams Welcome, Minn., visited at the L. C. Williams home Monday evening. Mrs. Williams has been ill with pneumonia but is much irn- proved. Mr. and' Mrs. H. A. Thompson attended the funeral of Mr. Thompson's uncle Fred F. Thompson in Clear Lake Thursday afternoon. • '• ' •"'•£/£$*;»••'• 'The Oscar Johns'onfi^Md William Larsons left: fFrtqay for Osdkis, Minn., to attejwJai family reunion. The Fridpl^gjjerberg's stayed at the Larson;l*orn,e during their absence. '^w^&tf-• Mrs. Tom Ryan,'?$illlarns, and Mrs. Lillian London's-^flid two daughters. Des Moin'es-'fspent a week ago Friday. "and&Sjaturday at the Verne Riebhoff^Jvpme. Mrs. Ryan is Mrs. Riebhigff's5|is^er. •• Mr. and Mrs.'R." ESTjaJneland, Laurens, spent TMgsqfy with Mrs. Tjelmeland's sg^'nts Mr. and Mrs. .Frank Davij$#They also visited' the Fred arid; Charles ilies. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Kickbush and family left Wednesday for Milwaukee,' Wis., where they were to visit a brother of Mr. Kickbush. They were also to visit Mrs. Kickbush's mother at Gut- tenbdrg. Max Schrader and two Ames college friends left Monday for Wisconsin where they will spend the summer in forestry work. Madsen Reunion Drew 121 For June 13 Picnic Swea City—The annual reunion of the Madsen. families was held at the Kossuth county fairgrounds'.at-Algona on June 13 with- 121.-prescn.fe Attending from Here Were'Mr. 'and Mrs. Wm. Christensen, Billy, Jr.; the Cecil Thoreson family; the Everett Jensens and the- Henry McGreg- ors. Former/Swea Cityans attending were 'Mr. and Mrs. Martin Christensen and the Ed Jensens, Alggna;, .thB-oFprr^st Chris- f oMe«nt^ t« t>/r"1 «t i-1 •« ««i"..th^ ' * - . •• -- Guests e • , Guestafat* the Robert Schwartz home .last. ••> week" were Mr. Schwartz's - sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Weisbrod of N. Y. Mr. Weisbrod, a former service man, is attending Pratt institute in New York City. He and his wife arc visiting their parental homes at Fenton. Housewarming Hosts The Lowell Roberts .'were hosts at a housewarming on June 13 at which 20 relatives and friends were present. Undergoes Suygery './ . 'The Smith" fjBros., Walter G Ray, Floyd v arid Elmer,, 'have re- cefved wbr'6* Ihil iMr Luther underwent -istirgefy- lit • a Des Moines hospital on Jufti 14. Mr. Smith, a retired city 7 Jhail carrier, has be&n suffering ff6m a stomach ailment. He t faflhed south of Swea City and alse,ftfear East Chain for a short tihli i&rrio 20 years ago. , t Lavonne, daughter of Mr, find Mrs. Lowell Roberts, fetuffted Sunday, from & week spent Juel Hennlng home in Minn. The Rev. and Mr^.PeieM Ihd Loo Ora and Mrs,;^elrher yhr, Mrs. Floyd Treal;,aric! Mfg. Emil Larson represented, i me 'First Baptist church of'^ea City at the annual meeting of thfe Northern Baptist assoclati'prt at Eagle Grove on Wednesday. Will Siemens, of Lake Crystal, Mnin., was a visitor,,at the Oeo. E. Butterfield home on Monday. Mrs. Warren Schram* of EVflfis- ynlle, 111,, is visiting her, mother, Mrs. Jennie MeCrary, this week. Mrs. Schram is an anaesthetist .at Wesley Memorial hospital,. Chicago. • The Rev. Earl Josten, who previous to entering the ministry was music instructor in the Swea City, Armstrong and Estheryille schools some 15 years ago, has recently been transferred from a church in Valley Junction (West Des Moines) to Immanuel Mfeth- odist church in Des Moines.\, Mr. and-Mrs. A. M, MeAiiinch were tendered a farewell party by members of First Baptist church on Monday evening.The couple will make their home at the Winnebago Baptist home for the aged, following 'their fecent sale of their household; iurniture and their home. Mr.'. McAninch has been a member 6f'the'Swea City chttfch s!nce 1900 and hli wife since 1916. A program of feminiscences and tributes preceded the presenting of a gift from the congregation. Refreshments were served by the committees. Ringsted Girl A Bride On June 6 --Swea City —Announcement has been made of the marriage on June 6 ibf Patricia Lou Madsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- rnand,<-Madsen of Ringsted, and Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. O'. D. Simmons, Swea City, at St. John's' Lutheran church in Ringsted. .The 'Rev. Kirkegard read the double rhig ceremony. Attendants Vvere Mrs. Vernon Myers, sister of the bride, Who Was a matron of honor, and Mrs. Leland Peters, Tyler, Minn 4 bridesmaid. 'The bridegroom's niece, Barbara Evans of Strawberry Point, was flower girl. Paul Madsen of Mal'yville, Mo., brother of the bride, was best man. Mrs. Paul Madsen sang and Rita Ped- erseri was at the organ." vei'non Myers and Robert Evans were ushers. Mrs. Russell Hoien was hostess at a reception at the parental Madsen home following the ceremony. The young couple will make their home ifi Ames, where he is a student. A white Leghorn hen went to roost underneath an automobile at Monticello recently and rode to Springville. The next morning she paid her fare by laying an egg. •ALL-BAN* Insurance Farm Liapjity Automobile Pickups Trucks and Tractors see NELSJ.NELSO1^ PHONE 159 Burt, Iowa • \ BANK NOTES At this time we shall delve further into the statement of a bank. As stated many times each - figure of a bank statement represents a warm/ hij'-; man story in the lives of hundreds of people who bank at the Burt Savings Bank. .Just take the figure labeled "Deposits" for example. —, -,__, Deposits' are the'vital "life blood" -bank. They are the total savings and , ,~^.,^_ ital of the young man who is saving to purchase a new bicycle, the young cswpl* who are savinjr-to. purchase a home of their own^-or possibly a new automobile. Possibly it is -the working capital of a cprppration or a family un^t.te ta*e care of bail* ness expenses and income. Alwayi when you.have a checking account it any bank and pay all of your , N bill* by check, you have a receipt wWch U '——*- a ^testable, N Bank at the bank with the friendly interest, BURT SAVINGS BANK BURTtlQWA Hi E, RtshwJ, Pm, H, A, Tboropion, C«»W»r P.I.Miwaflif.Vict^iet.V,- ' r ' - ? ^ f? " Mf mjtsti Ft *tnl Felco Fertilizer on Hand 2-12-6 0-20-0 ; 4-12-4 Elevator Phone 35 He'll Get Along All Right- Because His - "• MUK ; Is Coming From Burl Cream Station Phone 160 Smith Dept. Store ','jfuH8 DESKBLOTT ------- ;.__., ---- Green ;_ ----- Lighf Bl.ue — _ — _. ---- , ------- Brown -.£__' ---- _ _____ Salmon a j. a -:_;-,•_ Yellow (Site 19 x 24 hi.) ALGONA NEWSPAPERS Office ^Supply DepK - ^ r ^ 'ittlfc'&ll S», ANOTHER NORTON HOG FEEDER ON THE WAY! Built in Our Own Yards by Skilled Carpenters-and Delivered to Your Site HOG HOUSES-HOG FEEDERS POULTRY & BROODER HOUSES .! , Norton Portable Farm Buildings are designed'from ««n?. rmer ^ polnt of vie w. They are built Jo yield MORE profits lo-the farmer. These buildings are constructed according lo lh« Lee patenl (Mr. E. C. Lee himself is a Feed man who designed sound, constructive feeding ideas into his building designs). All buildings are laid on creosoted skids, so that they may be moved lo clean ground at will. They are built of sound, lumber, by skilled carpenters. Generally, these buildings have 2-inch plank floors and framework of 2x4's. Sidewalls are of drop siding, and roofs are wood shingled. A door is placed in each end, and a grainbin door is built,into the roof, if desired. The buildings are painted red or white, again as desired. Suitable windows are installed, of Call, Write or See Us Now!,. F. S. NORTON & SON . ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 229, . . . . course. These are sound, solid buildings. They are designed and built lo give years of service on the farm— years of PROFITABLE SERVICE. IS SO For Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailere) TIRES-BATTfeRIBS GARAGE SERVICE GUFF HOLDING Burt-Phone 165 f Only STOVER PACEMAKER water softeners Have this • most-wanted improvement! AUTO-SHIFT , ;•.-.••'••) Hudson amazes motor-car world 'by ; using vital "step-down" zone—nol ,^ ".-'•/• available in any .other ,car—to bring i v Jyooyriding qualities and .safely beyond ," v " anything known before! '• Word's going 'round—and" fast,'too-• ' tlmt Hudson gives youa"sweet!"smooth,, safe ride tlmt is a new high in motor-car performance! .Perhaps you've heard pleased and proud •Hudson owners talking about this exciting new experience, but here's sonic-',-' - .thing you may have missed hearing: t, The key to this amazing new ride lies ' ^in that area just wider the floor of'the* * , average car, which in ilia New 7/i/rf.vtw, ' becomes the "step-down" zone—as ilW- ' 'tratcd in the sketches at the right. ^'This "step-down" zone is all-important, ^because experience has shown tliat'the \oyier td the around a'car can be built, Hie better it will handle, the more.sta- bility it will have, the safer it will be, jaud thus the more enjoyable and comfortable will be your ride. ,-: ...9; ' .Hudson, and Hudson alone, nas acco'nV "dished a near miracle^'of' low-bidlt Teamliningand smooth', .safe, comfort- ,lWe riding with a new .type ofi.base, frame which surrounds the .passenger. Compartment, and thus permits the flopr ;o be lowered down within it. Recessing the floor creates the "step-clown" zone and u center of gravity tlmt 15 the lowest' ' in -any'''American *'Stock car—yet road clearance is ample!' .'•'. : Thdt's why Hudson lias':a. litig : the-road . way 'of going, even.in crbss-winils, and on'every couceivable kind of liighway. • When you see how this car takes fvcn the sharpest curves, it will spoil you for any other type oj automobile! You sense 'tliis delightful conformity to the road the minute you begin your ride; and fhis stability, plus the protection of riding .encircled by a sturdy box-scclion steel frame, gives you a grand feeling of safe , well-being. ' Sitting in this car is as downright satis-' fying as stretching out in your favorite /easy chair. You ride on. seals llmt are lowered and cradled ahead of the rear • body-and-frame* is a development'that required years of engineering work, the perl'cdlipn of new : prp(lycli(^t^lrii|5^£»j ami millions of dollars'in highly, specialized new pliint iiivcstnicnt. Perhaps , this explains why IludKoiv-'alo'iic offers this new deiigii principle today.^ "' ''' The nearest Hudson clcalcr'lias'a bb'o1<Iet -yours for the asking—wliich 'explains 1 ' how "tilc|)ping do\vn".bi'ings'you l advan''' 1 (ages beyond anything 'known 'before!«' Hudson Motor Car Co., Detroit.il4.;n •Trode-mark ond palcnli pending. OTHEIl, CARS— l\K{f. yqii isiu sea Unit liny Kir with llup,r r ap U>n of Ilin fnunn, us shown iihuvi!, fitiln 1^ utilise ifint all-Iiupurl^iiiL apace Iielwenu frame monilioru (hnroloforo waslctt liy pluciiig floor on top of the franio). Tins rraiilla in « liiylt onuler of gravity, nnd uillicr a liigli niuf liuu or iutfunicicuL lieud room. NEW HUDSON—UW thi) imimrtiiul 'milifo bu- 1 ' 'Iwe^u franie mtMiiljora, shown ulxivc, hucomuij tin: "s'UifMiowir'/.oiie—u higlfly uufitul a|ldi|4vq , to interior paasiMwr rooniincas lli;U criwtia a, nmv, lower ciinlp'r of gravity, which in turn per- miu gnmltv mifcly. improvtul roudubility aud*' ride, u low, Hlrcamlincd gilhouullu. V SINOLI CONTROL SEE THE NEAREST HUDSON IMPLE>IK!NT ' * TA\L«H

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