The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 13, 1967 · Page 17
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After 40 years in one spot, we found some old relics while moving: for postmaster Hawcott, five old stamps; for Hiland's Don Higgs, some old potatoes; for Jesse James, a jug of corn liquor (and he and Billy Batt haven't been seen since ...)! WILSON'S BOILED HAM ib. WILSON'S CRISPRITE ACON DELICIOUS PORK LIVER Ib. HI-LAND TWIN PAC POTATO CHIPS SNO-BOY ORANGES - FREE KITE WITH EACH BAG - T lbs. GOLDEN YELLOW BANANA :RUSHED PINEAPPLE 8oz. tin HAMBURGER BUNS MANDARIN ORANGES cans HIPPING CREAM, COMPARE PRICES 50 FREE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS WITH EVERY $5.00 ORDER - EVERYDAY I VOGEL'S Cardinal Store BURT, IOWA 'T' A.. IK'S -> held it tli'"' Burt witli Rev. officiatin/. .vas 01 .-..mist ladies din, Burial Monday At Burt For An Ex-Resident BURT - Final rites foi , ( {>; mer Rurt resident, Nellis, 81, Waterloo Monday afternoon , Methodist chuivh, Merlin C. Davies Mrs. Merlin Davies • and accompanied a Mrs. Ray Hoppus, Mrs. Delbert Schaeller and Mrs. Darrell McFarland in two numbers. Burial was in the Butt TV,p. cemetery. Pallbeaiers were Haioll DeLapp, C.»rl DeLapp, Ro..er Wendt and Paul Killer, all of Waterloo, and J. L. Miller and Kenneth Sarchet, Burt. Mrs. Nellis passed away early Friday morning at the Allen Memorial hospital, Waterloo. Mrs. Nellis was Kirn March 19, 188G at Burt, the daughter of John and Margaret Murray. She received her education and grew to womanhocxl at Burt. On Dec. 24, 1902 she was united in marriage to William Nellis at Burt. They lived at Burt and Lone Rock until Mr. Nellis passed away in 1920. She then lived for awhile at Wells, Minn., moving from there to Eden, N. V., where she lived for a time. In 1958 siie changed her residency to Webster, S.D., where she resided until Dec. 19GG when she went to Waterloo to live with her sister, Mrs. DeLapp. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Roy Wendt, Webster, S. D.; Mrs. Woodroe Sturgeon, Minneapolis; and Mrs. James DuHaux, Kandiyohi, Minn.; also three sons, Woodroe, Glenn and John Nellis, all of Eden, N. Y.; one sister, Mrs. Mabel DeLapp, Waterloo; two brothers, Pete Murray, Waterloo, and Dave Murray, Alexandria, Mo.; 18 grandchildren and several great- grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, one son, one daughter, two sisters, one brother and one grandson. - o - Members of the Burt Woman's Club met Monday night and heard an interesting and inspiring talk on "My Jewish Faith" by Mrs. Phil Diamond, Algona. The meeting was held in the home of Mary Jean Andrews with Elva Boettcher assisting hostess. An elementary quartet, Cindy Cranston, Sharon Patterson, Nancy Herrick and David Hansen, accompanied by Erna Grove r, sang several Jewish numbers. Helen Smith gave a review of Marcus Bach's noted book "They Have Found a Faith." Lefie McMullen will host the April 24 meeting. AC3 George Patterson, a machinist in the U. S. Air Corps at Chanute Air Base, enjoyed a iew days visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Patterson. Roger Steward, Madrid, came Monday and took his mother, Mrs. Walt Steward to Mason City, where they spent the day with Mr. Stewurd, who is hospitalized at Mercy hospital where he has be en receiving oxygen for the past week. Walt Steward Has Bad Attack BURT - Walter Steward was rushed by ambulance to the Mercy hospital, Mason City, on Thursday afternoon. Mr. Steward, wl.a suffers from an asthmatic condition, was immediately placed under oxygen. Burt residents wish him a speedy recovery. - o Weekend guests at the parental Don Mitchell were Mr. and Mrs. Al Meyer, Racine, Wise., Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mitchell, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Nor man Mitchell and Rhonda, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Norlin Boyd and Judy Mitchell, Iowa City. Sunday all were joined at dinner by Mrs. L. C. Williams, Welcome, Minn,, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Willairns and daughter, Sally, Austin, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Williams and family, St. Charles, Minn. The 81st birthday of Mrs. L. C. Williams, mother of Mrs. Don Mitchell and Roy and Howard Williams, was celebrated. Ensign and Mrs. Jay Hoppus and Jamie, who are enjoying a 14-day leave at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoppus and Diane, were Monday evening dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. Merlin Davies and family. Burt American Legion Auxiliary received the name of their new adopted child, whom they will remember during the year with clothing, gifts, etc. She is a 9-year old girl Roberta C. Mrs. Rosa Harson, Lone Rock, county president, was a guest Thursday, April 13, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-3 MRS. MARIE LAM FRIGHT re- tniiied April 10 from Suitland, Md., where she spent two weeks visiting her son, T/'Sgt. Robt. Lamprlglit and family, also her niece and husband, Commander W. G. officer at Mount Airy, Mi. Mrs. Lampright flew by jet from Baltimore to Omaha where she visited het sister, Mrs. Helen Barton. ALBERT REID went to Luth- eian hospital, Ft. Dodge, last week. It is jKjsslble lie will have surgery. MR. AND MRS. Fred Geigel received word from Mrs. Norman Harris, nee Joanna Hackman, daughter of Mrs. George Hackm.m and the late Mr. Hackman, that she lias completed her internship at St. Thorns hospital, Nashville, Tenn., and now has her doctor's degree. Dr. Harris plans to rome here for a visit sometime during the slimmer. MR. AND MRS. Bill Eisenbacher had as guests last Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moffltt and Jerry, Jr., Donna, Pam and Roman, Jr. Eisenbacher of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Eisenbacher and family, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eisenbacher and boys,SweaCity. It was in honor their daughter, Jeanette's first birthday. Her older sister Debra also attended. MRS. NANCY MORRALL has been hospitalized at St. Ann the past several days, but it is expected she will be dismissed this week. Her son, Bernard, has !>een here frequently from Armstrong. MR. AND MRS. Herman Dreesman have returned from Long Beach, Calif, where they spent the winter. Enroute home they stopped at Phoenix, Ariz, to visit Mrs. Dreesman's sister, Mrs. Johanna Hayanca. MR. A.ND MRS. Kenneth Besch and family were supper guests Sunday of the laser's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schmidt, Ottosen. MR. AND MRS. Murl Potter and the latter's father, Tom Reid, spent Sunday at Spirit Lake look- Ing after their cottage and starting on work pertaining to opening it a little later In the season. MRS. CHESTER WILLEY was at Clara City, Minn, last week attending a managers meeting to receive further training in an Artex project she represents. Saturday, she was accompanied to Ft. Dodge by Norma Hellman, Hurt, and was joined by Mrs. Ruth Abels, Kanawha, for a unit meeting. MARVIN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth, has been home from St. John's College, Collegeville, Minn., on a brief vacation. MRS. DON SMITH, SR. has recovered sufficiently from her recent illness to be able to go for rides. She and Mr. Smith visited briefly at the August Slagles one day last week. Mrs. Smith is still not permitted to do any housework but is recovering normally. *********,*&******************* UNHEARD OF PRICES! BIG DAYS - THURS.-FRl.-SAT.,APRiLI3-15 Discontinued Color DALUXE ENAMEL 1 COAT VINYL !/2 PRICE Kenmore — White & Colors Gal *9 QQ LATEX WALL PAINT m MOO Farm & Ranch Red BARN PAINT 1's or 5's Gal <3.59 Master Paint-Flat HOUSE PAINT white only 1's or 5's Gal. '5.50 Masonry Asbestos — white or tinted SHINGLE PAINT Gal. '5.29 ANTIQUE SPRAY ANTIQUE GLAZE 16 01. M.59 89 C 4" BRUSH SPECIAL TERRIFIC BUY! WALLPAPER ALL ONE PRICE! CONTACT All Reg. 49c Yd. 43 C yd MASKING TAPE —- 69° Black Metal SERVING TRAYS Each 19 C Compote MILK WHITE GLASS Each 23 C PLASTIC GLASSES 19 &29 SALE PRICES LIMITED TO MERCHANDISE IN STOCK_ Saiter s Davis Paint Store Grumbacher Artists Supplies 3 E. STATE —:—Custom Picture Framing ALGONA

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