The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1950 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 7, 1950
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4-Algona Upper Des Moines Tu««fery, February 7, 1950 Name The Band Contest At Burt To End Feb. 9th Burl — A "Name the Band contest is underway here, sponsored by the Band Mothers, to supply a name for "The Little German Band," a name suitable for modern and old time music, having at least two of these qualities, short and romantic; and may have the name Manus in the title. Boxes have been put out around town for your entry. Contest closes Feb. 9, with awards being made at the Benefit program Saturday evening, Feb. 11. This band is composed of George Manus, Dale Lockwood on the trumpet, Duane Habegar with clarinet, Melvin Graham, bass; Raymond Lavrenz, drums: Wallace Hawcott, trombone, and Fern Habeger on the piano. Weds Al Clear Lake Friends received announcements of the marriage of a former Burt girl, Evelyn Mae Daniels, at her parents' home at Clear Lpke, Jan. 27. Evelyn Daniels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claus Daniels, and Donald Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Humburg, all of Clear Lake, were married at a candlelight service with the Rev. E. H. Buschman, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Lakota, officiating. The bride wore a green suit and nad a corsage of talisman roses. Her sister, J'uby Daniels, was her maid of honor and the bridegroom was attended by his brother, Kenneth. A lunch was served to the guests, following the ceremony, by the bride's sister, Layonne Daniels, and the grooms sisters, Shirley and Irene Humburg. Mr. and Mrs. Humburg will live in Clear Lake where the groom is employed. Return From Honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garman, Jr. returned the first of the week from their honeymoon which was spent at Kansas City. They also spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hutzel at Lineville. The new Mrs. Garman is a sister of Paul Olson and is from Redfield, S. D. The groom, a former G.I., works for the Upper Des Moines, Algona, where they will make their home. A shower is being given on Sunday for the bride. The Methodist Church William S. Handy, pastor Sunday, Feb. 12, 1950 Sunday School 9:50 a. m. Picture, "Flight Into Time.'.' Morning Worship 11:00-a. m. Sermon by the pastor, "What is your Life," second of series. M.Y.F. 7:30 p. m. Devotions and Fellowship. The choir will meet at the par- sonage Thursday, Feb. 9, 7:30 p.m. The Adult Fellowship evening on Tuesday, Jan. 31, was very successful. The Country Group will reciprocate by entertaining the Town Group on Feb. 23. Fortnightly club met with Mrs. James Christensen Friday of last week, with three former members as guests, Mrs. Verna Boeltcher of Button willow, Cal.; Pearl Chipman of Dolliver, and Jennie Whalen of Titonka. The T. N. T. club observed Mrs. McMullen's birthday by meeting at her home Monday evening of this week. Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. Fredrickson were hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Friedolf Soderberg were guests at dinner Thursday evening at the Quinton Sang- man home near Bancroft. They also were in on the surprise farewell party given the Sangmans by their neighbors that same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Greiner of Hector, Minn., spent from Thursday till Sunday with the Ott McFarlands. Mrs. Greiner is a sister of Mr. McFarland. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle McFarland and children visited the Ott McFarlands on Friday. Doyles have lived near Cylinder, but recently had a sale and will move soon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith of Storm Lake visited recently with the James Christensens. Mrs. Pearl Chipman of Dolliver spent from Thursday till Sunday with friends here. Marion Chipman came after his wife on Sunday and they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher. Shirley Harvey, Burf, Heads Univ. Workshop Burf — Shirley Harvey, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. R. A. Harvey, has been named general chairman of the 1950 Panhellinic Workshop to be . held Saturday' March 4, at the University or Iowa, where she is a student. This workshop is being conducted by the Women's Panhel- lenic Association of the university. Panhellenic representatives and advisers from the other five campuses in the state which have national groups — Coe, Drake, Iowa State, Simpson and Iowa Wesleyan — are invited. Shirley is a member of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority. Surprise Birthday Parly Alice Louise Thompson was pleasantly surprised Tuesday of last week when she was asked to the Hill home after school and found many of her school mates already there. The occasion was Alice's 10th birthday. The girls spent the time from 3 to 5:30 in games and opening the gifts Alice received. Mrs. Hill had decorations of red and white and a birthday cake, the centerpiece, was also red and white trimmed, with cup cakes, the same at each place. The following girls were invited: Marlene and Mury Helen Black, Karen Bernau, Barbara Dremmel, Mary Keith. Karol Kern, Beverly Larson, Ann and Lois Lichter, Edith Smith, Ellen Steward, Noretta TrunkhilJ, and Judy Woltz. Buil Women's Club Meetings The Burt Women's club will have guest night, Monday evening, Feb. 13. A 7 o'clock dinner will be served. This meeting will be at the school house. The last meeting was held Jan. 30, with Mrs. Hulda Handy, with Ethel Dremmel and Rena Buell assisting hostesses. The program consisted of comet solo by Jerry McMuIlen and John Hasse, "The Big Secret" was reviewed by rMary Smith, and Oenevifeve Grfaham spoke oh "What G6od is Atomic Energy," as taken from the magazines. The hostesses served lunch. = • Adult Fellowship Meeting The Adult Fellowship meeting, held at the Methodist chirrch Tuesday, was well attended. The town members entertained the country members at a 7:00 o'clock dinner, with the program following: Community singing; reading by Hulda Handy; music by the little German band, and a town and country quiz. Erma Pratt, W. B. Officer, tselina Clifton, and Al Hinckley were the' town team, and'Donna Jean Nelson, Harold Fischer, Dean Andrews, and Mrs. Walter Campney made up the country team. About 90 were in attendance. Burt Presbyterian Church Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, Feb. 12 Vacation Sunday No services. Services will be resumed on Sunday, Feb. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lockwood were in Ft. Dodge Thursday to visit Mr. Lockwood's sister, Mrs. C. L. Mack, of Hardy, who is a patient in a hospital there. They also visited Mrs. Sanders, a cousin of Mrs. Lockwood, who is a nurse there. Mr. and Mrs. Art Webster of Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. Don Webster and children of Lakota spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Carrie Koestler. Mr. and Mrs. Roland" Lavrenz and family spent Sunday of last week with the T. H. Williamsons in Mason City. .Mrs. Lavrenz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Otto, of Mallard were also visitors at the Williamson's. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Steward spent a few days last week with the Clifford Abbas family at Elmore. The Abbases are moving to a different farm. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rachut attended the funeral of Mr. Ubbe Doden at Woden Tuesday afternoon of last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rachut and Mr. and Mrs. James Christensen attended the funeral of Mrs. Karri us Hansen at Titonka on Thursday. Mrs. Hansen was the mother of Elmer Hansen, a one-time owner of the store now belonging to G. H. McMuIlen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richards returned froirt their' hdneyrtiobri trip to Arkansas and 'were calling on friends in town the last of the 0eek. Mi's, frank Bahling has not been so weir this pSst week, but is better at this writing. The Ronald Ortmans of Burt sold their property Saturday morning to Miltord J. Smith of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson and Beverly spent Sunday ot last week at the Quinten Bius- troms. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ha'r- lan and Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Harlan and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Arie Ditt- Bier and family, with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchett and Dick, were also guests. The occasion was in honor of the 30th wedding anniversary of the Otto Harlans. The Lutheran Ladies Aid met at the church Friday afternoon with Mrs. H. E. Rachut and Mrs. Ernest Meyers as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ortman entertained friends at a card party at their home Thursday evening. Guests were as follows, and "500" was played; Mr. and Mrs. Slyvester Arndorfer, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hawcott, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sabin, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Westling. Wallace Hawcott won high for men, Mr. Larson, low. Mrs. Arndorfer got high women, and Mrs. Larson, low score. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulstick and family, with the Lewis Frasers and the Arthur Leeks of Algona, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laabs at Granada, Minn. The James Bakers of Minneapolis were to be there, as well as other relatives, as Sunday was the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Laabs. Mrs. Laabs is a sister of Mrs. Faulstick and lived near Lone Rock some years ago. »Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham spent Monday in Mason City where Mr. Graham attended a service school meeting on automatic transmission, put on by Standard Oil Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peters moved their household goods to their new home at Turtle Lake, Wis., on Monday last week. They returned here that evening as Karen stayed for the day at school. They left Tuesday with the last of the goods. . Mrs. Gertrude Ackerman moved tire first of the week into her home she recently, purchased from J. D. Peters. She has been living in the SewicK anartment^ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovstau spent Wednesday evening with Mrs. Lovstad's mother, Mrs. Crilly, Algona. Herman Rachut Jr., student at Drakfe, spent between semesters with Ws patents here; He return- 1 ed to Des Moines Monday. . For the BEST in Cooked Meals Enjoy a Sunday Dinner at Ma Fisher's Cigarettes - Candy Ice Cream Beer — Lunches Mr. and Mrs. LcBey EkWttcher w6re difinef guefts JM &* Ervin Schwleterts fan; Wednesday arid of the O. H. Gjahalfis on Thursday. The Boettch^rs lefj; on. Friday for their home at ButtonWillow,- Cal. MID-WINTER CLEARANCE Complete Stock Winter Dresses Reduced GABARDINES CREPIS TAFFETAS CORDUROYS MOIRETS' GARMAN'S DRESS SHOP Burt, Iowa Choose Her j VALENTINE GIFTS AT | BONNEY'S JEWELRY | BURT, IOWA I WATCHES - DIAMONDS - SILVERWARE | I SOFT-ROLLED MOLASSES PELLETS • Pours Like Shelled Corn • No Coking in the Bog • No Stickiness • Coated With Cottonseed Meal <""*r •-*'/> tm mn IT'S RICH! IT'S SWEET! 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