The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1948 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 27, 1948
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Burt Woman Taking Trip To Massachusetts wun—Mrs. H. O. Buell left Thursday with her brothpr Will • V i. AJ , gona ' lo take the latter's son Harlan Lacy, who had spent ? £w days here, back to his IK tlj .Massachusetts, She also expected to visit her sister-in- ifiw and brother-in-law Mr n«rt Mrs F W. Bedford at Dunkirk N. Y., for several weeks. Mary J[ ean Racnu * Home Rachut went to Ames --./ to bring home his . --—.-or Mary Jean who has bean attending summer school •there. Home From Vacation . Mr 'j a " d . Mrs- Tom Frankl returned Wednesday from a 10 dav Iu p '£ M'nnesota. They visited ™ c . Raymond Gerstnian's at Clcmcnts t Minn. They knew the Gerstmans when they were in Florida. They also visited the Joe Pumplons at Brainerd and the Herman Meyers at Hackeh- sack. Mr. Mever is an uncle of Mrs. 'Frank]. They also did some •fishing on their trip and did some buying for their store in Minneapolis. Visits Dr. Bahnson Gail Bahnson. Terril, visited last week at the home of her uncle, Dr. B. K. Bahnson. Adjusts Hail Losses Bill Carman came home Saturday from Spencer &nd other pointd where he had been adjust' mi? hail losses for the Farmers' Mutubl Hail Insurance Co. of DCS 'Moines. Visited Parents Mrs.i Earl Nester, Worth ington. Minn.,jcame Wednesday for a few days visit at the home'of her oa- rents Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt. ' Mrs. Fredrickson 111 Mrs. Jim Fredrickson has been ill at the home of her parents Mr. arid Mrs. L. H. Riedel, the past week. Presbyterian Church _ '< Ray K*. Hill, •Minister -.<• ' Sunday, ; r August--l-i : i'V >•• 10 a. ' ITV, morning wonship. Scrmoh by Elder Keith Strayer. 11 a. m.,'Sunday school. ' , Wednesday, Aug. 4—2:30 p. m., Women's Coun :il. New Members — Last Sunday Duane Mavydsley, Gene Rinfis- dorf and Michael Scott vvjere received into the membership of the Burt Presbyterian church. Methodist Church William. S. Handy, Pastor The pastor will continue the series of , sermons on "Men Who Discovered God", Sunday, Aug. 1 at 11 a. m. . Sunday school, 10 a. m. The Fideles class will meet at the home of Mrs. F. C. Soderberg Wednesday, July 28 at 2: 30 p. m. Mrs. Jay Graham will be assisting hostess. A group of the junior-hi folk is planning to attend Camp Quest at West Okoboji August 8-14. Lester Schwielert, Clear Lake visited Thursday at the home of his brother E. C. Schweitert. Lois Polhemus, Chicago, camp last Tuesday for a visit with her parents Mr .and Mrs. M. E. Polhemus. i v Mrs. Bertha Koestlcr left Friday for Boaz, Wis., whore she will spend a couple of weeks with her brothers. Raymond Lavrenz spent the weekend with an army buddy at Ames. Mr. and Mrs, R, J. Grover left Thursday for Des Moines after a visit with Burt relatives. Mr. Grover plans soon to return to California, but Mrs. Grover will remain in Des Moines, until he has found a new location. The G. O. McFarlands, Robert Hamiltons and Laurence Riedels Algona, spent Wednesday evening at the Cecil Long home near fitohka helping Mrs. Ltfftg*dele- brate her birthday. * '<'.?: Mrs. Oryille. Steward, .Garner, visited Thursday afternoon at the Harold Steward home. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Moore and daughter, Iowa City, came last Tuesday, for a visit with! Mr. Moore's parents Mr. and Mrs Paul Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Abi?am- son left Tuesday for their rfome at Geneva, 111., after a few Hays visit with Burt relatives. The Abramsons recently accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fridolf Soderberg on a trip to the Black Hills, Yellowstone, Denver, Colo. 'Mrs. Abramson is Mr. Soderber's's sister. '•'.Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lockwbod visited their daughter Shirley, Thursday. She is working in Mason City/ Mrs. Fred Geigel, Algona, spent Friday at the W. T. Kennedy home. J. A. Trainer, Tell City, Ind., spent a few days last week at the Earl Ackerrnan home. Mr. Trainer formerly lived in Burt. R. C. Dremmel took his daughter Charlotte to Blue Earth, Thursday«morning where she took the bus for Minneapolis where she is spending a week at the home of' her uncle Everett Sperry. Mr, and; Mrs. Warren Mackey and children, Seattle, Wash., visited last week at the F,,,.L. Ryor- son home. • The Ryer&qhs and their guests are spending this week at the Methodism-camp at Lake Okoboji where they are attending the Methodist Biblercon- ference. Mr. and Mrs. Earl G.If.tph'.and daughter Carita, Marstialltown, brought home Mrs.:; Girton's mother Mrs. Gerta Thompson, who had spent several weeks with them. The Girtons visited here Tuesday and Wednesday! Mary Jane Klein Honored Sunday In Bridal Shower St. Joe-—A pro-nuptial shower will be given in St. Joseph's hall Sunday 'afternoon for Mary Jane Klein. Miss Klein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Klein, will be the bride of Joseph, Hyries of Bancroft on August 4 in St. Joseph's church here. r Vets' Mothers Club, Whittemore, Adds 3 Members .. Whiltemore— Three new members were installed in the Veterans' Mothers club, Thursday afternoon, .when Mrs. Peter Fuchsen and Mrs. C. E. Kollasch were co - hostesses at the Fuchsen home. Accepting membership were Mrs. Raymond Esser. Mrs. Simon Elbert Sr,, and Mrs. Cecelia Berger. The club also celebrated the birthdays of three members Mrs. George Gengler, Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and Mrs. John Kramer. The June meeting of Veterans' Mothers was held at the Casino in West Bend as an indoor picnic. Original plans were for an outdoor meeting at the Call park but rain' inlerferred. Mr. and Mrs. Nicji Thilges-and daughter, Mary,»spetjt Wedrfegday at Hartley, .la;/-'af' the fflla>e ! nce Smith home. ' •;'••*,$% Mrs. Watthew O'Conner and daughters of Parsons, ''K'aHS:;' arrived here Tuesday for a visit with relatives here and with her father Nick Bormann, and the relatives in Algona. A Nick Bormann • Sr. - family reunion was held Sunday at the K. L. Kohlhaas home here. Lucille Illg spent the week-end .at the parental Art Illg home. Lucille has been employed at the Frank Droessler home near Bancroft. Peril Reunion, Ringsted • Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Peril and daughter Margaret attended the Pertl reunion held at the Adolph Pert! home at Ringsted, Sunday. Carl Pertl, father of the family, is staying with the Perils at Ringsted. Including other members of the family were Mr. and Mrs. August Pijahn, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pijahn, Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sjogren, Algona, and Lt. Col. Martin Port], Houston, Tex., who flew by plane from Houston to Mason City. \ Feed The Felco Way Felco Chick Mash Peat Utter Rolled Oats and Pig Starter Fertilizer on Hand Q-2Q-0 Burt Co-Operative Elevator Phone 35 Mr. Dairy Farther Labor pavers today we have in stock 3 Jamesway Big Boy Litter Carriers and 50 of the good Jamesway stanchions. If yog want one don't wait! 'Buy it today—, • ;! \* •.'• i Headquarters fqr Wayne Feeds; Nealy Hardware f & Hatchery-Biirt Ht 1 !! Gat Along » ! ; AH Right- Becauie Hit WILK Is Coming From Burt CreomStatii Pheni 160 Eiseles on Visit Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eisele of Blue Earth, Minn., stopped 'for a short visit with Mr. Eisele's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Eisele, Monday. Honor Sergeant, Wife Mr. and Mrs. Car! srnest, entertained a group of relatives at their home on Sunday in honor of Mrs. Ernest's brother and family, Sgt. and Mrs. Martin Thilges and daughter. Sgt. Thilges enlisted in the army Sept. 15, 1942, and has been with the army of occupation in Germany. While he was there he was married to Ulrika Forg. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Thilges of Bode and after his 55-day furlough he will return to Fort Sill, Okla. He is also a brother of Mrs. Ernest. Others who were dinner guests with the Ernests were Mr and, William Thilgejs .arid, family, Mr. and Mrs." -Raphael IMges and son, Mr. and Mrs." Albert Thilges and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Bcrte and family, all of Bode; Mr. and Mrs Charles Thilges of Humboldt; Mr and Mrs. Arnold Kellner and son Livermore; and Mr. and Mrs Nick Huberty and'family, Cylinder. On a Week-end Visit Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Braatz and the , former's father, William Braate, and Mrs. John Kourt and daughter Shirley of Milwaukee Wis., and Mrs. ROB* 2abef, Weil Allis, Wis., arrived here Ia$t week Saturday aflerhoofi for a week-end visit at the home Ot Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz. William and Louis Braatz are brothers dnd Mrs. Zabel is a sister of the men. Being that Mr. Louis Braal7. had a birthday on the following day Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Sloffer and family of Minnesota Lake, Laura Braatz of Mason City, Jeane Burnette, West Al* Hs, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Gingerich, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith ar$ Fred Struecker were present for the occasion. The Wisconsin people left Mon* day afternoon for Wells, Maple- leton, Minnesota Lake and Dodge Center, Minn., where they will visit relatives. They will travel through northern Minnesota and far into the northern parts of Canada before they return on their two weeks vacation. . Mr. and Mrs. William Schmcl- ing and family of Windom, Minn., visited over the weekend here at M » h , ome of their son and fam- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schmel- |ng, and with their brother-in- h w ancl siste ? of Mrs - Schmeling. Mr. and Mrs. 1 William Lauck, and other relatives. Walter Koch of Mitchell, S. D., was a recent caller in Whitte• mo , r ,?u ! Walter grew to manhood m Whittemore, where his parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. John Koch. He is a brother fo Frank Koch of West Bend. Torn Conlon, brother of Mrs. Kate Cullen of Whittemore, is in a very critical condition in the' kmrnetsburg hospital, where he has been for some time. Sunday an embolism made his condition wojse- Nurses on the case are Mela Gade, Whittemore, artd Gertrude Farrcll, Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Fuchsen visited with old friends over the week-end: Mr. and Mrs: Henry. K £°" g &? r g and Mr - a "d Mrs. Chris Weber from Saturday until Monday at Wells, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wagner, newly-weds from Chicago, Ro- Take Your Wife Out of that Hot Kitchen Sunday. Treat the whole family to a Fried Spring Chicken Dinner at Ma Fischer's Cafe BURT. IOWA Harm Liability Automobile Trucks and Tractor? see - i NELSJ, NELSON ',PHONED':-; , v : : : . Byrt> Iowa For Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailers) NEW TIRES—BATTERIES GARAGE SERVICE! —See— CLIFF HOLDING Burt-Phone 165 BANK NOTES B stands for Burt where our bank is located in the geographical center of the largest county in Iowa. U y stands for Universal as our bank and its services are universally accepted in this community. R stands for Reserves of which this bank maintains sufficient and ample funds to take care of all needs. • ~ T stands for Thrift as this bank is the reservoir for the savings of thousands of our customers. •S stands for Savings and this bank holds *he „ savings of thousands of our customer*; A stands for Availability and the deposta of this bank are available to our customers at all limes, • . . V stands for variance and this >>»nfc"taM fmids dffi Rb ™ f9 ? f 1 * » typ ?.v 91 l<wp» Ip.wrtff.all sun. Qitions consistent with good bank? pfaciicef, or Insurance end.% few* i§ a, mam- 8 t- deposits tap stands for Note? ana rn:» tp meej every need, sfcmds for Guidance and this bank ready and w.Jhng jo offer U* su guidance' |P an Q| our nor up |o l5.offfl,QO, ha* ample always BURT SAVINGS BANK BURT, «, E. RBsbu| f PJW, H, R, I, MawdsJey. Vice- J>re*, V. J|nc3 Esscr, and Wayne Stevens', »cs Moines, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Esser. Ooraldine Rooney, R. N., ac- •opptpd a position at the Mercy hospital in Des Moines, beginning her duties Thursday, July 15, after having taken a trip to ?3eech, N. Dak., Powell, Wyo., and Yellowstone National Park. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richardson and daughter spent the week-end in Sioux Falls, S. Dak., with Mr. Richardson's mother, Mrs. A. M. Richardson. They returned home Monday evening. Roland Esser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Esser, graduated from the A. I. B. in Des Moim-s, Friday, July 16. Shortly before the final day he was interviewed for a position which he accepted in the Des Moines postoffice. He btgan his new duties immediately. Roland is in the United States Naval Reserve. Mrs. Augusta Banana. English. Minn., who was a former resident here 51 years ago, visited with Mrs. Anna Wchrspan, Fri- aay. Others who visited with Mrs. Bahana and Mrs. Wehrspan at the Wchrspan home Friday wore Mrs, ChHstcna Mantclman and Mrs. Margaret Hantelman and daughter Edna of Fenton. • McDowell On "U" Faculty John G. McDowell, former high school principal here, is serving as principal of the Madison, Wis., high school summer session this, year. Friends in Algona have been advised that there are 379 pupils enrolled. They come from 18 high and 7 junior high schools in Wisconsin and six other slates. The high school summer school fills a need for pupils who have work to make up, have .been ill, or are short credits for college entrance. Not many such schools are conducted for such age groups. Enrolled in the Madison school are 11 special adult students, and 26 pupils are taking correspondence courses. Besides Mr. McDowell there are 11 other faculty members. MU.-BAND Smith Depf. Store FARMERS! Let us feed your Harvest Crews Family Style if desired. Ma Fischer's Cafe Real Bargains! A new 9 cu. ft. Refrigerator—Two Home Freezers—Electric and Gas Ranges—Wash Machines—Hog Feeders—and Burt 70 gal. Waterers. We are in the mood for a little so-called HORSE TRADIN'. Come on in and dicker-but bring your check book with you for you're gbin' home with some merchandise. Headquarters for Wayne Feeds Neafy Hardware Hatchery Burt, towa Enjoy more delicious meals'now! Give your family more food variety! Amana Home Freezer owners have found fresh frozen foods wake up appetites, improve menus. And Amana Home Freezer keeps fresh frozen foods FRESH —because famous Amana "ZERO WALL" provides perfect food protection! Actually, you lower your food costs with Amana Home Freezer! You save in so many ways! Make food purchases in. larger quantities at reduced prices. Buy fruits and vege» tables in season at low prices and serve any time. Amana ' I'llQ's IQ big cubic foot storage capacity gives you offer* yo« txlra protection, t«»l .There's a fiver year 'free replacement warranty on seaje44n mechanism end five-year insurance policy against fpqd spoilage given With e^ery Amana flome OK RUBBER WELDERS 118 N, Thsrin 8 t9n fuwcfay, July 2?, W8 With An Air* Conditioning Unit InsfcdEed Mow By ALGONA REFRIGERATION "Keep Coo! Units for HOMES STORES OFFICES FACTORIES RESTAURANTS Why swelter and stew throughout a hot Iowa summer when we can give you CDC!, do^n air-conditioned comfort right in your'hsmc, office or store at moderate cost? Yes, we can—for here at Algona Refrigeration we are prepared to give you a low cost unit that, produces true air-conditioning in home, office or storeVtWhy not get in touch with us—let us tell you how.''we'Ve done it for others, and how v/e can "keep you cool ancl comfortable" at moderate cost. ', FOR COMMERCIAL INSTALLATION e me o AIR CONDITIONING *Air Stays So Cooll So, Clean! So Comfortablftl Employees and. Custom*?* Return the Modest Cost In Better Work—And Patronage!. •• .'.-. Less Weight— Easy Installation. Strong aluminum alloy 2-stage compressor helps save 460 Ibs. • ^ Less Water — Saves up'to 50 %. Operates where water is warm, scarce, or expensive. Less Noise— No Knocking or pounding. Gemco compresses refrigerant in two easy stages. Less Upkeep— Lasts longer. Motor cooled with refrigerant (a Gemco exclusive). LESS VIBRATION!—fry the 5(4 Balance a nickel on edge on a Gemco compressor. Start and stop the motor. The coin stands ... no vibration! Get 'estimate on Gemco Air Conditioning for your plant, shop or offices. »— No hot weather slumps. Gemco gives comfortable climate when it's sweltering out-of-doors! NOTEs This Is the Installing Seaion ....Come In pr Phone Now. For Home or Office Installation Room Air Conditions For Cool, Cool Comfort! NOW! ALL THE BENEFITS OF GENUINE AIR CONDITIONING FOR YOUR FAMILY AT HOME! Hot nights are here. Provide deliciously comjj o r t a b J e sleep fgr vour 'family with . Air Conditioning. Powerful hormetic^Hy-seaJed refrigeration system delivers 57fO cooling units per hour. dehumidifies, ventilates, Circulates; filters dust 'and pollen. Clean, rejreshjng air , restful sjeep, boosts appetites. Ideal for private offices, too. Fits easijy in an ALGONA t t J 1> ; « ^ ^ .„> .J , , r^^. '^&&&$ •-_.'.....'. v. .-.,..« .<'i"<\ . ik-Jt

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