The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1950 · Page 2
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2-Algena Upper Dei Molne* Tuesday, January 31, 1950 Last Rites At Burt, Jan. 25th, Mrs. Ringsdorf Burt — Funeral services for Tressie Ringsdorf were held al the Presbyterian church last Wednesday afternoon, with Rev. R. K. Hill in charge. A quartette, 3. B. Chipman. K. J. Smith, Evelyn Mawdsley and Jeanette Horstman sang, "When the Roll is Called up Yonder" and "In the Garden," accompanied by Ruth Hodgson. The following were pallbearers: Sylvester Brace, Harold Bates, Leo Immerfall, Gordon Giddings, Guy Giddings and Roy Ringsdorf. Burial waf. in the Burt cemetery. The followihg from out of town were here: Mr. and Mrs. Guy Giddings, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Brace of LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Immerfall, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan of Fenton. Tressie Giddings Ringsdorf was the mother of eight children, all of whom survive, and who were here at the time of her burial, as were the son- in-laws and the daughter-in-laws. She also leaves 19 grandchildren gr Fl She was preceded in death by her husband in 1934, and two randchildren. One grandson oyd Stott, was killed in service Methodist Church William S. Handy, Pastor The Adult Fellowship will have supper Tuesday, Jan. 31 6:30 p. m. The W.S.C.S. meets at the church, Wednesday, Feb. 1, at 2:15. Mrs. Jessie Chafee will have dharge of the devotions, Mrs Elva Simpson the program, anc the lunch committee is Mrs. C. B Chipman. Chatrles Davist V*l*£SlllOJIlj ATJ»l O^ V^IlCHt (CO J-*« V l» Mrs. R. Ilifi, Mrs. Donald Mitchell, and Mrs. Claude Sigsbee. The choir will meet at the church Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. .Sunday, Feb. 5. 1950 Sunday school 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. Sermon by Dr. Fred Ortmeyer of Algona. MYF Hour 7:30 p. m. Burt Presbyterian Church Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, Feb. 5 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship Sermon, "Not Enough" 11:00 a. m. Sunday school 7:00 p. m. Westminster Fellowship. Mrs. Hawcoft Hostess Mrs. George Hawcott entertained at a 6:30 dinner Thursday n observance of ner husbands birthday. The guests were Mr Haweott's father, Dick Hawcott; his son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hawcott, and Sheila; his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steward, Richard and June; and Mrs. Bertha Wallace. The evening was spent playing cards and visiting. Changes Ownership G. J. Geesman has purchased the building on Main street, formerly occupied by W. J. Davison, from Walter Sorenson. Gerald Geeman will have an office in part of the front as he has the dealership for Najjh cars. Hjis mother, Mrs. John Geesman, will start a shop in the rest of the building featuring sandwiches and home baking. Presbyterian Council Woman's council of the Presbyterian church will meet at the church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Harold Becker has devotions and a paper, "Membership." will be given by Mrs. Earl Miller. Mrs. Chas. Scott, Mrs. O. H. Graham, Mrs. Joe Zanke, and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill are hostesses. FOR THE Hearing LEARN what the U.S. Government did to bring the greatest possible aid to you and what it discovered regarding your particular kind of hearing loss. ACOUSJ'COH ™ ist the new Acousti- /nf.rnaH«M» con International Series designed to achieve the objective of the U. S. Govt Survey on Deaf ness— the smallest; lightest, most beautiful hearing aids hi Acousticon history. ' H EAR for the first time, with an instrument honestly designed for your hearing loss— an instrument that really fits your particular needs. Algona Hotel, Wed., Feb. 8-2 to 8 P.M. WARREN BERRY Acousticon of Fort Dodge 430 Carver Bldg. Fort Dodge, Iowa Mrs. C. M. Gross entertained the Busy Bee club at her home Friday afternoon. Some 30 members were present. The time was spent in games and visiting and lunch was served. Mrs. Art Leason was a guest. The next meet- ng will be with Mrs. Hazel Teeters, Friday, Jan. 27. This will be m evening meeting and husbands will be guests. Mrs. Walter Rentz had the following friends at her home Friday afternoon in observance of her birthday: Mrs. Guy Giddings, Mrs. Wm. Giddings, Mrs. Jake Gifford and Martha, Mrs. Henry Meier, Mrs. Roland Lavernz, Hazel West, Mrs. W. Steward, and Mrs. Hiram Ward, Bemidji, Minn., and Mrs. Chas. Grubb of Waterloo, Neb. Friends have word from Mrs. Richard Lavernz that her mother, Mrs. Ole Bredeson, is improving, following a stroke, recently. Mrs. Lavernz has been with her mother Lake Mills, for some time. Missionary Maidens met with Mrs. W. B. Officer on Saturday, Jan. 21, instead of the fourth Saturday in the month. Elza Woltz had a farm auction, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Woltz will live on their farm, but Kenneth x>k will work the land. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. John of Mandan, N. D., were guests of the Ervin Schwieterts Tuesday evening. The Johns were on their way to Texas and points south. Word was received of the death of J. A. Trainer at Cannelton, "nd,, on Jan. 15. Friends had re- :eived cards at Christmas saying IB expected to go to California. Mrs. Ed Trainer in Kanawha received the word of his death. Arnold lived in Burt several rears ago and was a brother of .he late Tom Trainer. Jay Hoppus, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hoppus, is getting about on crutches. He was limping and the doctor advised keeping off the leg. Another x-ray will be taken soon to determine the cause of the lameness. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McDonald and Francie Ann were Mason City callers Tuesday. They also stopped at Swaledale, where they visited the Axel Andersons. The Claus Daniels of Clear Lake were recent callers at th* George Hawcotts. The Birthday circle met With Mrs. J. H. Zanke Thursday a# ternoon, with Mrs. Lois Think* hill and Romona Smith as guests. The following are members: Anna Bierstedt, Margaret Bernhard, Louisa Bleich, Ruby CogdilL Ruby Davis, Stella Geesmau, Lizzie Giddings, Lottie Isenberger, Carrie Larson, Nettie Lavrenz. Emma Manus, Bertha Stow, Bertha Wallace, Caroline Weiner, and Anna Zanke. Mia. Art Davis, also a member, lives in Laurens. and Mrs. Hilda Gross joined Thursday. This meeting was to have been with Mrs. Wallace, but she is ill. The T. N. T. club members went to the home of Clara Reynolds Friday evening in hohor of her birthday which was Thursday. The evening was spent visiting and lunch was served. < Mrs. Earl Ringsdorf of Eugene, Ore., spent a few days with her sister, Mrs. Carjie Larson. Francie Ann' McDonald was four years old Thursday and ift honor of the event her mother. Mrs. Hugh McDonald, invited Mrs. Robert Lovstad with • Susan and Bobby for the afternoon. Francie Ann's grandmother. Mrs. J. G. McDonald, was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Schwietert spent Saturday at the iW. F. Baums in Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp, Algona, were supper guests at Mrs. Lottie Isenberger's home Sunday, last week. Mrs. Glee Bullock entertained the following at her home Tuesday afternoon in honor of her in, Roger's, second birthday: rs. E. P. Ffettriekson, Mrs. :oward McMullen, Mrs. R. 3. ealy and Mrs. Carrie Larson. Rofer Bullock had spent a day OT two with each of these women due to illness of his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Waltman were Sunday guests of the Bullocks, and Rosella Voigt, Algona, spent the weekend there. Wayne Schichtl and Carol Reynolds, Fayette, spent over "night with relatives here recently. They •are students at Upper Iowa. Announcements of the arrival of a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Trainer have been received by friends here. The baby was born Jan. 17, weighing just over 7 pounds, and has been named Genevieve Elizabeth. The Trainers, who have two other daughters, Patty who is in college, and Mary Joe, 14, live at Grand Rapids, Minn. Hollis anc* Mina will be remembered by many as they lived here until ten years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Groen, Mrs. Fred Lavrenz and Dorothy Meier, her two children, were in Des Moines Saturday a week ago to see Annie Ambrose who has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Richards gave a surprise birthday party for their son, Ralph, at the Methodist church Thursday evening. Members of his Sunday school class were guests, as follows: Betty and Velma Groen, Collene McGuire. Shirley Meier, Betty Lu Mitchell, Aria Moore, Linda Ann Rash, Jimmy Giddings, Jerry Davis, Micky Hammerstrom, Jerry McMullen, Bruce Holding, Larry Hirickley and Ralph Richards. H«V. and Mrs. Handy and Carl wefe also guests. The «v«- hing,rwa4 spMt in games. The parents served lunch. Mr. Handy and Carl wen* ft. podge business visitors Saturday. Bid or Bye will meet with Mrs. Kienltz Tnursaay evening. The V.F.W. sewing group will meet with Betty Hutzel on Tues- lav. rew. n jkii;.'> ' The MiSsioft Study•"•••-v"*' "IK. postponed -from autesday- till Monday ifterfteon. They met with Lulu Hawcott. Mrs. Mc- Mulleh received the rest of the book, "Women of the Scripture." Mrs. Ralph Bonney entertained members of her Canasta club Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bahling, Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien, Judy and Maureen, with Mrs. Olga Visiting around Iowa " " by Joe Our Blind Spots Jim nearly had an accident last week. The streets were slippery, but that wasn't the trouble. Ed swung right out in front of Jim in a line of traffic, and then was nearly a crash. Now Ed isn't a reckless driver. Be just happened to be thinking cf something else. And when he gets day-dreaming, he sort of gete a "blind spat" to what's going on wound him. Lota of n* hare "Hind spots" Uke that, without realising it And It's mighty Important U» b* on guard against them. We've got to be sure we're respecting the right* of the other fellow ... or some day he may forget to respect ours. If Jim likes classical music, while Ed likes the movies, that's their right of choice. 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