The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1945 · Page 3
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The Algftna tTppcif Des Maine*, Algous* town, Mfidfdt 22; 1048 IETY Alffona Towhscnd Club Meets— . Members and friends of the Al- Sona Town-send Club No. 1 met with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bisbor- cugh on Tuesday evening, March 20, for their regular business mooting followed by a round table discussion. The club agreed to sponsor a membership contest, the man against the women, starting April 1 and continuing for three months. The losers «re to entertain the winners at a wiener roast. An invitation was extended the club from J. C. Schroeder, president of the Emmetsburg Townsend Club No. 1, to attend a meeting at the Emmetsburg court house on Thursday evening, March 22, to hear an address on the gross income tax. The speaker will be Miss Roberta Schmale of Garden City, Kansas. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MARCH 22-23-24 Fun for the Family Saturday. Night SUNDAY. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY MARCH 25-26-27-28 50 GREAT STARS IN THE BIGGEST HIT EVER! •f* ' Faye EMERSON lotin GARFIELO Sydney GREENSTREET Paul HENREIQ Joan LESLIE Plans were made for a special meeting at ithe Burt Legion hair on Thursday evening* April 5. The Women's Auxiliary group has requested all members to contribute baked goods for the Saturday spring sale at the Allen Motor Co. shoW room on Match 23-24. This group will sponsor its regular meeting on Monday afternoon, March 26, at Mrs, Lena Magonegil's, 315 S. Wooster St At a late hour a pot luck lunch was served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Grace Carney, Agnes Bilsborough and Ida Bilsborough Plum Creek Woman's Club— The Plum Creek Woman's club met March 14 at the community room with Regina Baas, Florence Cal'houn and Doris Keith as hostesses. Twenty-five members and two guests were present. The •hpstesses opened >the meeting with n quiz. Eleanor Gardner, Madelyn Priebe nad Gladys Priebe were appointed on the nominating committee. I twas voted to give $5 to the American Red Cross and $5 to the Blood Plasma. Lela Gardner read an article on "When He Comes Home." Jeannette Weaver played two violin selections, "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" and "I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen." Mother's day luncheon will be at the Congregational church May 0. The next meeting will be at Mrs. W. K. Ferguson's April 11. Nellie McWhorter, Clara Keith ;ind Hazel Seely will be hostesses. There will be the annual election of officers. U. S. W. A. Elects Officers— The United Service Women of America, Inc., held their regular meeting Monday evening in the liigh school auditorium. The program was opened by musical selections. Mrs. Ronald Jenkins sang a solo accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Robert Black. Two piano solos were played by Patricia McEnroe. An election of officers was held with the following chosen: Mrs. W. G. Curtis, president; Mrs. A. W. Amunsor., first vice president; Mrs. B. D. Sandberg, second vice president; Mrs. H. J. Sherman, secretary; Mrs. Tobitha Wilson, treasurer, and Mrs. Thomas Hnlpin, historian. Five new members were ;ilso taken into the club. They are 'Mrs. Grace Humphrey, Kalh- ryn Spies, Mrs. Pearl Asa, Mrs. Walter Faulstich and Mrs. Albert Granzow. Refreshments were served. Informal Shindig; at USO— An informal party with jukebox music and refreshments will be held Friday evening at 8:00 at the USO Center. The evening will center around an'Easter Hat Parade. All enlisted men, their wives and friends are cordially invited. Those in charge of the arrangements are Mrs. D. D. Ait, program chairman; Mrs. W. P. French, hostess chairman; Jeanne Guderian, Marie Voelker and Agnes Pelisek, junior hostesses; S-Sgt. and Mrs. George Oakes, S-Sgt. Edward G. Peitte, T-4 Sgt. Stanley W. Posedy, T-4 Sgt. Julius Degreave, Jr., and Sgt. Melvin L. Kemmerling. S-Sgt. Russell E. Halsrud, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halsrud, Irvington, was married Feb. 23 to Betty Lee of Waycross, Ga., in a double ring ceremony performed nt the Methodist parsonage at Waycross. The bride wore a blue suit with white accessories and an orchid corsage. The couple expects to visit the Irvington and Algona vicinities soon. S-Sgt. Halsrud is stationed at Cherry Point in the marine corps. Weslcyan Service Guild: The Wesleyan Service Guild met in the recreation room of the THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MARCH 29-30-31 tracer bullets cutting orange-yellow streaks straight down to the frantically zig-zagging Jap fleet . . flak leaping up at you like balls of fire! IADY Ah . . Here's Homey Happiness A Lonely Soldier . . an Eager Cirl . . and Her Family!!! Charles fmer • How taut • Cowe Marshall Methodist church Monday ning. Devotions were led by Lylft Olson. Lola Kowalks presented an interesting lesson on "*th3 American Indian." A delicious meal was servedxby Circle No. 8 with Mrs. Charles Clement in charge. , Naomi Circle to Meet— The Naomi Circle will meet Friday afternoon .at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. WilliaM fleering with Mrs. Louis Lynk, MM. John Lee Stephens and Mrs. Vid Heis- rodt assisting. There .will be a white elephant sale among the members. P. E. O. Chapter Chapter BW of .the P. E. O. mat Wednesday evening at the home ol Miss Ella Thompson, News Items of Burt Vicinity Mrs. Wm. Batt, Jr., of Irvington was a Sunday caller at the Wm. Batt home. Miss Mattie Warner who has been ill the past ten days, was taken to the Algona hospital Monday. Mrs. Erwin Schweitert and Mrs. Wm. Garman spent an afternoon last week at the F. W. Baum home at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hinckley and children spent Sunday 'with friends, the Wm. Brandts, at Wells, Minn. Miss Ilo Dillon of Algona spent the week-end here with Betty Jean Batt and visited school With her on Friday. Elmer Chipman, Mrs. Sheldon and Joan Chipman spent the week-end at the Glenn Graham home in Mason City. ' Members of the Auxiliary had a sale of baked goods at Smith's store Saturday afternoon and evening. They took in $24. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lucas and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Erickson of Estherville were Saturday callers at the Wm. Batt home. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Miller took Mrs. Miller's grandmother, Mrs. S. H. Gill, to her home in Havelock Sunday. Mrs. Gill had spent part of ithe winter at the Miller's. Pvt. Cecil Steward who entered the army Dec. 6 last year and is stationed at Oamp Hood, Texas, writes his parents, the Walter Stewards, that they are now out on maneuvers. Marion Chipman who left last month for Alaska writes that it was three weeks from the day ht; left home until he landed at the Gelena army air base there. This is his third season in Alaska. Sgt. Faye Bolie has written his parents that he recently arrived in France. He had been on the west coast since September. Sgt. Bolie is with the medical divir sion. Cpl. Kenneth Bolie is in Belgium. A new kitchen is being built in the school basement in the room formerly used for the storage of musical instruments. It is planned when completed to use this kitchen for preparing and serving hot lunches. •Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Potter, Mrs. Robert Lewis and Jerry Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Batt attended the funeral of an uncle, Wm. G. Hardie, at Boone Friday. They also visited with numerous other relatives while they were in Boone. Walter Lockwoods recently purchased the property where they live and the Jay Grahams have bought the Hansen 'estate place where they live. Guy Giddings have bought the few lots south of their place 'belonging to Mrs. Fail-banks. Pfc. Wm. Garman, Jr., called his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ~ arman, from the east coast stating that he is in the states for hospitalization. Bill was wounded in France in November after being at the front 21 days. His wounds are in his legs. Walter Stewards received word the last of the week of the death of Wayne Jacobs of Kanawha. He was killed in action on the western front. Mrs. Jacobs is a niece of Walter, Harold and Ralph Steward. Mrs. Mary Steward is lier grandmother. Mrs. Dora Armstrong returned from Spencer Tuesday of last week. She had spent the past 3 months with her daughter, Mrs. Merle Neilsen. Her son, Charlie Armstrong, his wife and his son Milton of Livermore went to Spencer to get her. Friends hearing from the Fred Carters recently have learned that John Carter is with MacArthur's troops in the Philippines. Joel 'arter is with the marines on Iwo Jima and Stanley Shipler, also a marine, had spent a leave recently with his family. Pfc. Edward Paine arrived from Fort Monmouth, N. J., for a visit with his parents, Mr. nad Mrs. E. E. Paine. Pfc. Paine has been in the service three years and has recently finished a course in radar. He leaves Sunday for assignment in Indiana. Mary Officer was ten years old Sunday and in honor of the event her mother entertained the girls of the third and fourth grades at their home after school Monday. Games and opening of gifts filled the hour until lunch was served. Miss Milbrandt was also a guest. Sgt. George Becker, his wife and his mother, Mrs. Martin Becker, spent Tuesday evening of last week at the Harm Groen home. Richard Groen has been stationed at Haringen, Texas, with Sgt. Becker. Sgt. and Mrs. Becker were -to leave for Florida Wednesday. Supt. W. B. Officer and K. J. Smith, the latter a member of the county board of education, attended a meeting of county superintendents at Algona Thursday evening. A dinner for the group was served at 6:30 at Cook's cafe. The meeting was held at the high school building. The Double N bridge club met with Mrs. Glee Bullock for their recent meeting. Members are Mrs. Karl Anderson., Mrs. W. W, Boettcher, Mrs. Marion Chipman, Mrs. Ed Frederickson, Mrs. O, Graham, Mrs. Don Mitchell, Mrs Bob Nealy, Mrs. Carl Reynolds and Mrs. Bullock. . Pvt. Gerald Eimers and Pvt Kenneth Trenary arrived here Monday noon from Camp Hood Texas. The boys entered the service in November »nd have been together at Camp Hood for their training. They are spending their furloughs with their parents, the Emil Eimers and Tom Trenarys Due to a conflict of dates the music concent at the. high school will be changed to Tuesday evening, April 3- The recital givea by Miss Baars wUl b s Sunday afternoon in the auditorium. The music contest at Svvea City April 6 and 7 will ,have entries from Burt. The full program will be given later. First and Second Grades We enjoyed our movies this week. They were "Eskimo Children", "Land of Liberty" and "The Congo." In music we learned Dutch songs, "The Windmill" and "The Mill Wheel." In our art class today we made tulips which stand in little flower pots of nut cups. Third Grade We -have been learning to divide .by twos and threes. We think it is fun to work longer problems. We also enjoyed the three movies this week. We have a spring flower a jonquil in our room. It has had two blossoms. In art class we drew free hand Dutch boys and girls. Some of us did very well. Fifth and Sixth Grades ' Richard Campney brought some pussy willows Friday. We made Easter pictures for art on Friday. Our stamp sales this week amounted to $7.25. , The fifth grade has been writing ibusiness letters in language class. We have had nearly perfect at- tendancg this Week, fietdrii) Oif ford was wbSeht half a day. St. John's Lutheran Chufrdh Good fHday seirVlee at 10:30 With celebration of Holy Com' munion. Easter Suhdayi d:45, Sunday school. 10:30, Easter service, At 1:00 p. m. the Lutheran Hour over WCAL, Northfleld A Presbyterian Cliurdh Palm Sunday will be observed by the reception of new members and the administration of Hie Sacrament of Baptism. The Mariners club of young married people will meet at the church on Wednesday, March 2-t, for their regular meeting. A very impressive service of Communion by candle light is being arranged for Thursday Ma/. 29 at 8 p. m. in the church. This service, held on the traditional night of the Lord's Supper, has become an annual service ini tin; Presbyterian church eVery Holy. Week. On Friday the Methodist and Presbyterian churches will unite in <a Good Friday service at 10:30 a. hi. in the Methodist church. The ministers of both churches conduct this service. Easter Sunday will be observed :n the Presbyterian* 1 'church with a Sunrise service at 6:45 a. m. and the regular church service at 10:30 a. m. Easter Sunday will' be the last Sunday for Rev. Figge as pastor of the Burt Presbyterian church. All members a nd friends of the church are cordially invited to these services. ew&Mf, th-e-SSlh, we will haV6 a tfommUftldn and ean« die lighting sfervlee for ali'df our boys ami girls in tta service, If you have someone ift ,the service please be there to light a candle for them. Regular Eaeter services Easter Sunday. The young people will have a Sunrise service at 6 a. m. Sunday school and worship service with special music by choir. At 8\#:,«k* f delis ela& Bawdott.' uuu WIIA H MU **" ^ v "~ "rz—«, you can help In any way ,£---• let the pastor of committee khaw. Fred Lavrenz will put the-fietling oft, Easter Bonnets Methodist Church Mission study met with Mrs. McMullen Wednesday afternoon. Next Sunday, Palm Sunday, there will toe people uniting with the church as - well as baptisms. The Presbyterian and' Methodist congregations will hold a union Good Friday service at 10:30 a. m., in this church. 17- Gloriously feminine hats star for the Easter parade! 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