The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1956 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 10, 1956
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**" i$£''«t&tafii (fa.) U(Sj»er D« Mdiriei fuesday, April 10, 1$56 HfR.Kearns Burial Aprin Burt Cemetery 6uri —, Graveside rites were held Tuesday .afternoon, April 3, at the B'urt township ceme'tery for H, R. Kearns of Chicago, 111. Rev. H. A. Smidt, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, was in charge of services and the Burt American Legion with Ihe Veterans of Foreign Wars Firing Squad and color bearers took part in' the graveside rites. Pallbearers were Wm. Vf, Boettcher, Roy Clark, O. H. Gra* ham, George Hawcott, Wfiyne Martfl ahd WlftHer Steward. The American J1a| was presented to Mrs ! W.:j3arman by J. L. Milter ih beHal? of the 1 United States Government. Hobson Richard Keara?. ST.. passedjaway at his Chicago residence Saturday even ing. 'Marcta 31. Funeral services were 1wl«S on Monday for She iraHw<&ii$ii<r< family in Chicago and the b was sent, to Burl for burial in Kearns Ibt by arrangement «| sister, Mrs Wm, Gorman. brothers. Dale Reams and \V. P, Kearns. He Was a son of Mr and Mr? W. D. Kearns, long time Bu«t residents, (now deceased). Mis boyhood was spent in this towns and at_ the age of 18 in June 19J7 he enlisted in the Army and served with Company C of the ISSth Infantry better known as the famous Rainbo\v Division. He received his honorable discharge May 1919 and most of the remaining years were spent in Chicago. where he was eniptdycd sortie 20 years as a mail Carrier. • He Was married there to a widow who had three, small dau* wh<Mh he adopted and as hi& own. For most of 8*n years he was a pat- Veterans hospital at and at Waukesha, with cause of death Hiiro*?;, <aff Bte -WAS swfwied in death by Jj? | Ms pflMWRfcfc, one sister Beatrice {(M.TS feftffrt Hayward), Chicago; irawi ttwN>>fe&rs, Mark Kearns Michigan, and of Des MoineS. iswjisra hss passing are his Rose (Mrs Geo. Atraane (Mrs George awd Alice (Mrs Henry AEii<Hf:«w>!M «uvd ten grandchildren all «.f CSwk-ago. AEs'ji .surviving are three brother*. , Wilbur P., of Ringsted, Paiii D., of Chicago and Dale of Dabuque and two sisters, Mrs W. H. Enabinot, Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs Wm. GarmaH of Burt. Mr and Mrs Wilbur P. Kearns GYM-AWAY SALE SAFETY ENGINEERED" TO SUPPORT THE! MOST RUGGED ACTIVITY 7 f OPT. 2-INCH TUBING TOP lOROUNDl I STAKES Complete "Backyard" Playground -,••£$ 8 PLAY GYM $27.95 3 VALUH ^ Compact, sturdy gym brings the group to / I your bock yard where they can have fun ' land you can lupervltel Deilgned for I healthy phyilcal.development. .. guarded !^c»rf«, ver y * qfe ?y f« 0 »<"» ^ protectlonl I (B5P20) . ' DOWN HOLDS YOUR] GYM TILL CEDED> [• 8-PLAY GYM, 8-FOOT, „«. A _ 2-INCH LEGS. (BSP25) $27,95 10-PLAY OYM, WITH M «M' JUDE. (BSP35) 542.95 • 2 TUMBLING BARS •2 SWINGS r. • TRAPEZE BAR •ROCKET RIDER FOR 2 • FLYING RINGS COAST-TO-COAST STORE ALGONA, IOWA ED WOLF, Mgr. BAICONY APPAREL \\ Values to $20.00 Now $14. Values to $25.00 Now $19. Values to $30.00 Now $22, Values to $35.00 Now $24, S I IITQ Ul I O . Values to $17.00 .,.. Now $13. Values to $20,00 ... Now $16. Values to $25,00 .Now $19. H a » B m Volues to $8.00 „ Now $ 4.99 Values to $11.00 ... _. Now $ 6.99 Values to $15.00 Now $ 8.99 Special Group For Early-Bird Shoppers! Dresses - Values up to $15 .. _ $2 - bf Ringsted and Mr and MrB fialf Kearns of Dubuque were st the H6W6 of'-Mr Ind M¥3 Wm, Qw man Ihe'llftt t>f the w.elsk aifiid at* tendid laiSt ; rites :;M M6bson Kearns of ehlcafb. Mf , ana MrS ' 6M: .KearhV returned' home, Wednesday. ,; , Legion*Auxiliary Meeting , The joint Legjion and Auxiliary;, nieeting was held Tuesday^ eve«; ning and hostesses were Luella Schenck, Mayme Schrader and Mary Rasmussen. The Unit Vdt- ed to send $5 worth of Canteen cards to the Veterans Hqspital at Iowa City ahd t6 give $3 to the Cancer .drive, They will also, sponsor a Poppy ; Poster Contest, and all students in the Burt CcJftt-j munity High School are eligible., Ruth Clapsaddle and Ruth Alice Patterson will ^ do' the judgin'g and prizes of $3 and $2 will be given. They also voted to send' a girl to girls state again if-this unit is eligible. -Senior Play Presented The Senior Class of Burt pre* sented '"Hillbilly Weddin' ", a comedy in three acts by Le Roma Rose, on Tuesday evening, April 10, in the .high school gym. ,Cast of characters, under the direction of Supt. Castor was as follows: Paw Belsnickle. Father, Wendell Willrett; Maw Belsnickle, mother, Ellen Stewart; Ceclie Belsnickle, daughter, Joan Krull; Bonnie Mae Belsnickle, daughter, Mary Carlson; Juney Lou Belsnickle, daughter, Beverly Christensen; Four Belsnickle, daughter, Wil-r ma Moore. Five ; Belsnickle, 'daughter, Claudette Seely; Six Belsnickle, daughter, Caryle Black; Obeey, Upschlager , neighbor, Larry. Manus; Chiz Upschlager, Obeey's. brother, Arlen Johnson,; Ronald Maxwell, medical student, Darrel Davis;' Lucy Maxwell, Ron-?.' aid's - aunt, Ann Lichter; The Reverend, the Valley's minister,Harold Batt;. Cousin 'Zeke, relative of Belsnickle family,'David Christensen; The Cousins, more relative's, Max Baer, Larry Drey-, er, Darwin Koepke, and Vernal Koestler. , -i Wallace Hawcott is an cr.utches due to an.injured knee. Mrs.Haw-' cott took him. to the Mason City hospital Friday for x-ray and ah operation Will be necessary for,, complete recovery. Mr and Mrs iJuane Habeger had a family gathering at their home Easter Sunday and attending were Mr and Mrs Melfred Mitchell Of Lone Rock, Mr and. Mrs Richard' Furst of Humboldtf Mr and Mrs .Kenneth Sarchett, and children, Mr and Mrs Fred Habeger and Mrs Bertha Koestler. • ' Fortnightly Club met Friday afternoon with Mrs Ben Bahling. Several members were unable to •attend and Celia Scott was a guest. The V.F.W. Sewing meeting; was held with Ella Sigsbee'Tues-. _day. afternoon the 3rd., Several^women >'were present- and- rug Tags"were' sewn. — ' - • >-v TV.; The American Legion Auxiliary sowing meeting will be heW Wednesday the llth with LueJla Schenck. All members ar.e urged to attend. Mrs Milfred Smith, Red Cross chairman for Burt, reports the drive netted $147.50 and was completed last week. Friends of Mr and Mrs Jess Thoreson, former Burt residents, will be interested to know that he' is in Japan for some three months where he instructs men setting up and operating large machines made by the company in Pennsylvania where Mr Thor- uson is employed. These machines are sold to foreign countries anct t is thru the government that lie is sent to give assistance. Ladendorf and Thoreson ,were operators of the corner garage tor several years. Mrs John Miller and children with Mrs Wm. F. Batt attended the April 4th meeting of the woman's group of the R. L. D. S. Church. Meeting was with Mrs Robert Thiel near Emmctsburg. Mi' and Mrs Elmer Ferden of West Bend were Tuesday evening visitors at the Fred Habege; home. LeNier Emerson of Swea City called on the Habegers during the Easter vacation. Mr Emerson is a student at Iowa City. Skip Day for the Burt Community High School seniors consisted of a trip to Minneapolis, Friday, which included amons other events, a visit to the Ice Follies. Some 19 class niombers ficCOMpanted by SUpt. Mrs ftuftw and Mr arid Mt A Qso. Htwcott, TM ,§enU>rt BM6*, Hsfold fiatt, Q|v IhSah,: DafreJL 6iV Arfen :i6f, Darwin iShd W^Mell Wiilrett; and. Caryle filackj .Mafy Black, Mary Carlsbh t Beverly- Ghri£tefisen r Joan Kruii r Ann, Lichter, .Wilma",Mbot v e, .Glauddtte Seeley and Ellen Ste* W;ard. The groupi left Burt Fr^ flay at 7:30 a.m. and returned Saturday afternoon. .The Burt Woman's Club will tteet April 16 with Ruth Hodgson With Elsie Lockwqbd assisting, fifna Baai-s will sing "SBngs,<My Mother Talight Me," A report w/ill be given oh Splllville oh the fturkey River and the reason it is noted, in Iowa History, by Esther Hodgson, followed by an Illustrated talk- by Joyce Hayden, jjibunty 'health nurse of Algona. v Easter weekend visitors at the Henry Meier home Were Mr and 'Mrs Clarence Bartling, Gloria and Lan'y and Mr and Mrs Gail West, Janett and. Earl Dean of Des Moines. i • • Mr and MW Don Dremmeland cmldren of Dubuque spent the Easter weekend with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Dremmel and with Mrs Nelle Dremmel. Don Dremmel called on John W. Rash on Sunday. ,j Mrs Bertha Stow plans to spend the 'Week with friends in jUlear Lake and expects to be able to return to her home here as her feet Is Improving. l*he ABnual Spriftg Music Re- Wai 'pTtSlfentea Sunday after- at tfte Surt^ Community ?flftd6!P me difebtion of Misr JBfta iBprs.i' Instrumentdl: 8ftlE;-V«ii :i|rSu|r numbers a.nti' were Joyce Hammer Of St Joe to Wed April 17 St. Joe—Miss Joyce 'Hammer daughter of Mrs Florence Hanv mer, bf here, will be honored to a pre-nuptial shower in *St Joseph's Hall on Sunday afternoon, April 8,, at J :30 o'clock. Miss Hammer will, be the bride of Charles Ripperger, son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Ripperger of Badger, at 'a 9 o'clock Nuptial" Mass Tuesday morning, April 17th, in St. Joseph's Catholic Church here with Rev. Leo. C. Schumacher officiating. The bride-elect is a 1954 graduate of • St. Joseph's high'school and is employed a£ a long distance operator at the Fort Dodge Telephone Co. ' Mr .Ripperger is a graduate of the Corwith High School and served Army. in He th« is.employet States ;at .the Marso and Rodenborn Majiuf&c tflf'ifig Company dn Fort Dodge, wheffe the couple will maite their hoinei' *'.± '..-. •'!,;.'..>; •'••':;.,:.., j 5 -;;' i \Dorina thul spent sever|l d^4yS' this week at the Albih KaJ^sef. home near Bancroft. ^ . i: i, ' Mr' and Mrs AlVin Efpelding and family spent the weekfend with .Mrs Erpelding's par^ntf ano other relatives in Oklahortid. f •. Ralph Bormann, son of Mf and. Mrs Nick Bormann is sufMlflg fi'om:"dipthera. and .,- ^ . ,in his home'With the rest; of. the ./.,.;-.-., Shn . in Alg6nafiaUh6to«e 8f Mr ahd Mrs ^e,|¥lders and find and dddghlir, DdrcHh^ef -f -!Algbna wef e Wednesday! evening visitors lh the Sylvester" Wagner horni. Other 'Vlsit&fs. Mr aM Mr| 'M, f. 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