The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 10, 1956 · Page 34
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 34

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, April 10, 1956
Page 34
Start Free Trial

.1 >.,. -Algorto (la.) Upper 0«i Maine* tuejday, Aprf! 10, 1956 .where h- -., a? employed some 20 i . . .— ! years as u ma>\ carrier. Mann and Waitf-t Howard. The! lie was married there to a; H, R. Kearns Burial April 3 Burt Cemetery BurJ — Graveside rite? were ' <'H Tui;Hrj«y af;r-rn< on, April 3. ,' !?•:•• f.'iir' t'.v/nfhir/ ff-metery ' ,-i H H Kep.-ns of Chirago, Ill Hrv H. A. S:r;idr. p.- is !r,r of (he P .•:.} J v!err i n Chij-c;-. v.-;^ in i:,,;L ri '>' ;' r rx'.r-'s :>'ir\ i.r.r Burt A-jierican Legion'h th<; Veter.<(!•• "f Foie;en War? Firing Squad ;.i;d ff.iior beai'ers t.'>ok par* in the r'lag presented to widow who had three small dau- V.'rri W. Roy Clark. O. H. Gra- >rge Hawcott, Wayne Mrs W, Garrnan bv J. L. Miller ghter.-. whom* he adopted and in behalf of th» United States j ra;Sftd a- his oitn. For most of i Gov^rnincni. denf; Safu; ii.iv .51. FtmVr t! : - c :\\on Monday f'>: farriily in Chif',0;?-: ,va; sent ?-•/ Rur' :'• Ke;»rns lot Ijy ;tr^,i Kis'e-r. M;- W::-, brothers. Dal'.: K« ••;•. -n.- and W. P. Keatns. He w»s a :- -n < .<f V.: and Mr? W D. Kearn?. ! n: ; - •imo Bur' rf-idents. <n<>'t.- 'U. « • <>d). His boyhood wa. B f p' r-,' In Tus town .'i nd at the ;igV ; of \v, ••. June 1917 ! 'h»- p'i 5 - '*rn years he v/a* a pat- | ; Ke;,rn". ". \ ien' ;>' 'he Ve-teran- ho-pital at j ' "••iic-(t"> :'-.-•;-'H:::ej-'. Ii};.'io:s. ;sr)(t at Wauke*ha. i •.•••:.:n^. M,M •..•!-. i \Vi-r ./r,:,in. v.'i»h r ause of death! <' w-re h"H | beifis; iube.-r.-uJ"siy-. J •;..• i;r ( ;neT:;j;r. • iff; v/'is pr--'.reded in death by / • i the i> :d'. ' his paren':-. one , < -;.~t'''r Beatrice •i h iri;<! jnthei'M-s Ro'or-rt !!»;.-ATI;-i). Chicago; j n^e••irrii of hi" j «n'i 'v/o br'jther?. .Mask Kearn.-} fi.'i. ri.'in. an<! !'/! Wyand'itte. M:;••. higan. and he eniist'.-d in the A.-j -md served wtlh Company C '>; the IfJHih Infantry better krr.iv.;, as tut famous Rainbow Division. He re- May 1919 and niost of th<- remain- in}; yeais were .spent, in Chicago. Eitif/n Kearns Des Moines. L<-ft tu mourn b:. ; parsing are his three daught'-r.*. R 'Mrs Geo. Bdlas: Lorramr' f.Mrs Gorjrge Tick.'iwa! arid Ahf- 'Mrs Henry; M:') ten gran.-ii hiklren i,ll of Chicaft-'j. A1--0 survsvsni; are t):ree brothers. Wilbur P., of Ringsted, Paul D.. and Dale of Dubuque and two .-isters. Mrs W. ff. Ena'ninet. Long Beach^ Calif., and Mi s Win. Gai man of Burt. Mr ;,n-l Mrs Wilbur P. Kearns CYM-AWAY SALE SAFETY ENGINEERED' . TO SUPPORT THE' MOST RUGGED ACTIVITY 7 f OPT. 2-INCH TUBIH6 TOP itifrto UW£AIHt»-)>fOOf | ENAMtl WflOft) I JUMOtTSl $27.95 VALUE I Compact, thinly gym bring* the group to I your beck yard where they can have fun land you can tupervliel Designed for I healthy phyilcal development . . ..guarded I with every, safety feature for protection! |(BSP20) * ""-. • I "•ockyord" Playground 8 PLAY GYM *1 DOWN 1 O 88 O «=-^ ^L~fiEEPED ^S ••PLAT OTM, 1-FOOT, ««. A . w Z 5WINDS 2.INCH LEGS. (BSP25) $27.95 • TRAPEZE BAR I* 10-PLAY GYM, WITH .-, _ 'ROCKET RIDER FOR 2 IftlCAMSlI SLIDE. (BSP35) $42.95 I ••*•»«• 1 2 TUMBLING BARS 2 SWINGS COAST-TO-COAST STORE ALGO|SIA, IOWA ED WOLF, Mgr. BALCONY APPAREL WARMS COATS.;.. Values to $20.00 Now $14.88 Values to $25.00 Now $19.88 Values to $30.00 Now $22.88 Values to $35.00 Now $24.88 SUITS.... Values to $17,00 Now $13.88 Values to $20.00 .. .. Now $16.88 Values to $25.00 Now $19.88 a a a Values 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 - $3 of Ringsted and Mr and Mrs Reams of Dubuque were at thfi home of Mr and Mr* Wm. CJaf man the first of the week and at-, tended last ritiSs fof Hpfesoft Kea/ns of Chicago. Mf and Mf4 Dale Kfarns returned home 6ft Wednesday. Legion-Auxiliary Meeting The joint Legion and Auxiliary rrsef-'ting was held Tuesday evening and hostesses were Luella Scht-nck. Mayrne Schrader and M;iry Rar-rnUbsen. The Unit vtot- «i to send S5 worth of Canteen cards to the Veterans Hospital at Iowa City and to give S3 to the Cancer drive. They will also sponsor a Poppy Poster Contest, and all students in the Burt Community High School are eligible. Ruth Clapsaddlc and Ruth Alice Patteison will do the judging and prizes of S4 and S2 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 presented ••Hillbilly Weddin' ", a comedy in three acts by L'e Roma Rose, on Tuesday evening, April 10, in the high school gym. Cast of characters, under the direction of Supl. Castor was ;is follows: Paw Belsnickle, Father, Wendell VVillrett; Maw Belsnickle, mother, Ellen Stewart; Ceclie Belsnickle, daughter, Joan Krull; Bonnie Mae Belsnifkle, daughter, Mary Carlson: Juney Lou Belsnickle, daughter, Beverly Christensen; Four Belsnickle, daughter, \Vilma Moore. Five Belsnickle, daughter, Chiudettc Seely; Six Belsnickle, laughter; Caryle Black; Obeey Jpschlager , neighbor, Larry Manus; Chiz Upschlager, Obeey's Brother, Arlen Johnson; Ronald Maxwell, medical student, Darrel Davis: Lucy Maxwell, Ronald's aunt, Ann Lichter; The Reverend, the Valley's minister, Harold Batt; Cousin Zeke, reta- ive of Belsnickle family, David Jhristensen; The Cousins, more •elatives, Max Baer, Larry Drey- cr, Darwin Koepke, and Vernal Koestler. wefe accompanied by Supt. and Mrs Castor and Mr and Mrs Geo. Hawcott. The seniors are Max Baer, Harold Batt, David Christenson, Darrell Davis, tarty tfrey- er, Arlen Johnson, V«rnel Koestler. Darwin Koepfce, Larry Manus and Wendell Willrett; and Caryle Black, Mary Black, Mary Carlson, Beverly Christensen, Joan Kruli, Ann Lichter, Wilma Moore, Ciatidette Seeley and Ellen Steward. The group left Burt Friday at 7:30 a.m. and returned Saturday afternoon. The Burt Woman's Ciub will meet April 16 with Ruth Hodgson with Elsie Lockwood assisting. Erna Baars will sing "Songs My Mother Taught Me." A report will be given on Spillville on the Turkey River and the reason it is noted in Iowa History. b> Esther Hodgson, followed by an illustrated talk by Joyce Hayden, county health nurse of Algona. Kaster weekend visitors at the Henry Meier home were Mr and Mrs " Clarence Bartling, Gloria and Larry and Mr and Mrs Gail West. Janett and Earl Dean of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Don Dremmel and children of Dubuque spent the Easter weekend with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Drern- mel and with Mrs Nelle Dremmel. Don Dremmel called on John W. Rash on Sunday. Mrs Bortha Stow plans to spend the .week with friends in Clear Lake and expects to be able to return to her home here soon., as her foot is improving. , The Annual Spring Music Re- citad was presented Sunday afternoon at the Burt Community School under the direction ol Miss £rna Baars. Instrumental, and vocal group numbers and solos were given. Joyce Hammer Of St. Joe To Wed April 1? St. Joe—Miss Joyce Harnrrter. daughter of Mrs Florence Hammer, of here, will be honored to a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph's Hall oh Sunday after- noofi, April 8, at 1:30 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 as a long distance operator at thft Fort Dodge Telephone Co. Mr Ripperger is a graduate of the Corwith High School and served in the United SlaleS Army. He is employed at the Marso and Rodenborn Manufacturing Company in Fort Dodge, where the couple will make their home. Donna Thul spent several days this week at the Albin Kayser home near Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Alvin Efpelding and family spent the weekend with Mrs Etpelding's parents and other relatives in Oklahoma. Ralph Bormann, son of Mnand Mrs Nick Bormann is suffering from dipthera and is quarntines in his home with the rest of the family. "John FYiders spent this week in AJgona-at the home <5f his son, Mr and Mrs Leo Friders and family Mr and Mrs Math Friders and daughter, Dorothy of Algona were Wednesday evening visitors in the Sylvesler Wagner home. Other visitors Mr arid Mrs M. T, McGuire, Mr and Mrs Norbert Friders and daughter Kay Ann and Mr and Mrs Willie Thilges. Karel and LuElla Bormann, son and daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Bormann returned to their work in Washington, D. C. after a week with home folks. Wallace Hawcott is an crutches due to an injured knee. Mrs Haw- colt took him to the Mason City iospilal Friday for x-ray and an operation will be necessary for complete recovery. Mr and Mrs jJuane Habeger hacf a family gathering at their lome Easter Sunday and attend- ng were Mr and Mrs Melfred Mitchell of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Richard Furst of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sarchett and children, Mr and Mrs Fred Habeger and Mr« Bertha Koestler. Fortnightly Club met Fridav 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 Tuesday afternoon the 3rd. Several women were present and rug *tn*g8~<wei'e sewn. . • The American Legion Auxiliary sewing meeting will be held Wednesday the llth with Luella Schenck. 'All members are urged to attend. Mrs Milfred Smith, Red Cross chairman for Burt, reports the drive netted §147.50 and was completed last week. Friend.-; 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 in setting up and operating large machines made by the company in Pennsylvania where Mr Thoreson is employed. These machines arc sold to foreign countries anc! it is thru the government that he is sent to give assistance. Ladendorf and Thoreson were operators of the cornei- garage tor several years. Mrs John Miller and children with Mrs Win. 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 Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ferden o! Wt.-st Bend were Tuesday evening visitors at the Fred Habeg.- home. LeNier Emerson of Swca City called on the Habeger.s during the Easter vacation. Mr Emcr.-ion is a .student at Town City. Skip Day for the Burt Community High School seniors rrm- .<h;tcd of a trip to Minneapolis Friday, which included ainiinv other events, a visit to the lee Follies. Some ]'•> class member.- DIAMOND'S WHITE OUTSIDE or RED BARN PAINT 29 Gallon 5-GALS. 10.88 Ask Your Neighbor — He Has Probably Used This Painl DIAMONDS SURPLUS Only GAS Dries Clothes So Fast ! "SUN-AIRE" GAS CLOTHES DRYER "You Mean All I've Been Paying Is Interest?" One good rule when borrowing money is, Know Your Lender. Another good rule: get it from your bank. You not only get Bank Loans at bank rates, but a paid-up Bank Loan is the finest credit reference you can have. Safe Confidential Accommodating IOWA S Algona Member FDIC Iowa SEE THE NEW MODELS NOW! NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. "YOUR GAS COMPANY" THE YEAR AHEAD CAR! New Revolutionary Brake System Cw "P' NO NO NO NO NO YES NO C«f "»• NO NO NO NO NO YES NO Yours for the price of a medium price car. , . or even a fully equipped "low price" car! *PowerStyle« * Opt i anal gt imall «»tra iier 9 CHr* still <to l*ot fr»WH Ml-tmie power ht*efing nnU_tho <jjrplg|_t»-type •ngtnu ... m*jar Mdv^ucvb winch Chr>*lut IMS had toi year*! BIGGEST BUY OF ALL FINE CARS! J & L Motors - 600 Diagonal - Phone 595

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free