The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1950 · Page 19
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f.S.C.S. At Burt ifects Officers : or New Year 3 i, o, 30 members of the W.S.C.S attended the regular eeling at the Methodist rhurch ,/ednesday afternoon with the (pllowing as hostesses: Maud Cof- 'in, Mrs. Dutton, Carrie Meier lary Sarchet, and Mrs. Volen- Bne. Edith Chipman had devo- ions, and Elsie Lockwood, the -ogram. She gave a review of irt . °f, &f bootk> "Japan Begins igain." The rest of the book will i given later. Election of officers for the com- T year was held, with the re- Its as follows: President, Lor- Soderberg; vice president, emtta Mitchell; recording secre- ry, Jennie Riebhoff; promotion- 11 secretary, Stella Geesman; easurer, Ada McFarland. The cretaries for the different de- rtments are, local church ac- ivity, Elv» Simpson; missionary ducation, Ruby Davis; spiritual lfe> , I 5, rr . ain . e Campney; youth rork, Elsie Lockwood; children's rork, Ethelyn Officer; student .rork, Hazel Teeter: status of wo- ian, Georgia Holding: These of- •cers will take over June 1. The ew circle members are to meet nd organize for the year soon. Eueiii Of Lovsiads Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad htertained the following friends the neighborhood card party hursday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Irendorfer, Mr. and Mrs. Dale lundas, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace fawcott. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Larson, Mr f "5 Mrs ' * Ronald n n Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sabin. Prizes !£JV 1V «» to Wallace Hawcott ann R ° n , a l d Ortman, Mrs. Sabin and, Beulah Dundas. Methodist Church Q,,,wi h . am . S - Handy. Pastor Sunday, April 16 Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. . .gf™ on by the pastor MYF Hour 7:30 p m. Presbyterian Church r V, L ' Kin ema, pastor of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church, will conduct services in the Burt church until further notice. Sunday school is at 10 a. m. and church service at 11:15 a. m. Presbyterian Women Woman's Council meeting was held at the Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon with the following hostesses: Mrs. R. McWhorter, Mrs. Wm. Ringsdorf, Mrs. Don Ringsdorf, and Mrs. V. Fitch. Mrs. D. Angus, president, had devotions in the absence of Mrs. W. Peters and Mrs. W. Vogel had "Where do Missions Begin." The circles will meet April 19 as follows: A, Mrs. J. P. Trunk- hill and Mrs. Joe Zankey; B, Mrs. Delmar Angus; C, Mrs. P. L. Dremmel and Mrs. E. E. Paine. Several plan to attend the Pres- byterial rally to be held at Ft. Dodge, April 13 and 14. The meeting will be held in the new church there. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham and Melvin spent Saturday and Sunday at the Christy Olsons near Blooming Prairie, Minn., a week ago. Mrs. Olson is the former Hellen Graham. Edna Batt, St. Benedict, and Mrs. Wm. Batt were dinner guests at the R. F. Lewis home Sunday of last week. The Richard Potters and the above-mentioned HIGH QUALITY CHICKS We have some surplus chicks to choose from and a few hatching soon. Nealy Hatchery BURT spent Sunday afternoon with the Dwight Potters near Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Illif and Mrs. Lottie Graham visited relatives in Webster City the week end, a week ago. Mrs. Illif and Mrs. Graham are sisters. Mrs. Nels Godfredson of near Bancroft spent Sunday, a week ago, with Lottie Isenberger. Mrs. Walter Lockwood spent Tuesday and Thursday in Mason City. Her sister , Mrs. Leonard Christensen of St. Ansgar, underwent a major operation at Mason City oh Tuesday. George Steinman was taken to" Iowa City, Wednesday, where he is expected to be operated upon. Mrs. Harry Curtis, his sister, accompanied him to Iowa City. Cheryl and John Lovstad are spending a few days with the Homer Dodds near Algona. Hiram Ackerman and family moved the first of the week to a farm near Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roba of Swea City called on Leonard Daniels Sunday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps of Titonka also called at the Daniels' home. The Birthday circle met with Mrs. Cogdil Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Trunkhill, Romona Smith and Mrs. Lawrence Doege were guests. Mrs. Doege joined.' Each meeting one member will bring an article to be sold at auction during the afternoon, to raise money for circle needs. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Holding and Mrs. Leonard Daniels spent Sunday in Nora Springs with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meaney, the occasion being the birthday of Mrs. Meaney. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Moore, daughter, Kathlene, of Iowa City spent the Easter weekend with his parents, the Paul Moores. Fred Lavrenz has been on the sick list the past week, and Betsy Groen, a granddaughter, has had the measles. . Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mathson and Melvin of West Bend spent Tuesday evening with the F. C. Soderbergs. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller and Mrs. Mattie McWhorter of Algona spent Sunday in Havelock. They visited Mrs. S. H. Gill, grandmother of Mrs. Miller, and Mrs. J. C. Barth, a cousin. , Mrs. Carrie Koestler, Mrs. Don Webster and two children of LaKoia. Mrs. Rose Hansen of Sexton visited relatives at Gordon, Neb., for 10 days, recently. Mrs. Andy Prank, a sister of Mrs. Hansen and Mrs. Koestler, is ill, having been in the hospital for the past two months. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dugan spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad. Mr. and Mrs. .Harold Smith with two sons David and Michael, called, on, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith, Friday afternoon, on their way to Iowa City. 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Buy on PROOF/ Munger Implement Co. So. Phillips Algona, Iowa PHONE 1025-W COmUOH* JM. OUMORM MOTOU COWOMT1CW 1 m ASK FOR A FREE DEMONSTRATION Smiths live at Luverne, Minn. Mr. Smith, a nephew of C. C. Smith, is a son of Charles Smith. Mrs. Joe Bestehlehner, Algona, Mrs. George Peterson of Titonka, and Mrs. Wm*. Batt spent Thursday with Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy. The Kennedys recently purchased the farm formerly occupied by the Wayne Drones, east of town. These four women belonged to a Birthday group at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hutzel and Betty Hutzel spent from Friday till Sunday with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hutzel at Lineville. Kenneth is an instructor in the Lineville school. '•• • Mary Peters, who teaches In Elgin, 111., spent the Easter vacation with her mother, Mrs. Nell Peters, and other Relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Gifford, Mr. and Mrs. Dale' Dundas, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alborn were in LuVerne on a recent Sunday where they attended the 50th wedding anniversary dinner in honor' of Mr. and Mrs. William Ramus. Mrs. Ramus is a sister of Jacob Gifford. Mrs. W. B. Officer and Mrs. James Christensen went to Eldora, Wednesday, to Iget Margaret Officer who is a teacher there. Miss Officer, as well as Charles Officer, Iowa City, spent the Easter holidays With their parents, Supt. and Mrs. W. B. Officer. Kathleen Groen, student at Cedar Falls, came Friday night for the Easter weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Groen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller of Algona are the parents of a son born Thursday at St. Ann hospital. The baby weighed over six pounds. Mrs. Ray Miller is the former Mary Ellen Steward, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward art the grandparents. Cpl. Darrel Batt, who has been stationed at Camp Campbell, Ky., came Monday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Batt, and other relatives here and in Algona. Cpl. Batt has just finished his three-year re-enlistment in the army. Bobby Lovstad, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovstad, has been having the measles, and Frances Ann McDonald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McDonald, is also having the measles this week. There have been many cases among the pupils in school. Elmer Chipman spent Thursday in Dolliver with his son, Marion Chipman. Mrs. Marion Chipman has been in the hospital at Armstrong the past week. The streets in town have been graveled this past week. Earl-Meier moved his house in the north part of town to the lot where their house burned last winter. The Lavrenz crew moved it Friday. The teachers from school attended teachers meeting at Mason City last week Friday. Gerald Riedel, Cedar Rapids, came Friday for the Easter weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kiedel. Grant Seniors To Offer Class Play April 21 Swea & Eagle — The Grant High seniors will present their annual class play, "Room No. 13," Friday night, April 21, at the Grant school. The play is a three act mystery comedy, with special numbers between acts. Eagle Aid Meets The Eagle Ladies Aid will meet Tuesday, April 11, at the home of Mrs. Sam Butcher. Miss Anna Erickson is assisting hostess. Wed 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tokheim observed their 25th wedding anniversary Tuesday, March 28, with an open house at their home in the atternoon and evening. Many guests attended, including board members and their families of the Farmers Co-operative elevator and creamery. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Peterson visited the Willard Harrison family at St. James, Minn., last Wednesday. Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Harrison are sisters. Mrs. Mable Mino accompanied ler nephew, Elmer Koermer, of Jackson, Minn., on a trip to Cal- fornia to visit Elmer's mother, Mrs. Ruth Koermer, who is a sister of Mrs. Mino. Vera Entwistle of Bellevidere, [11., who accompanied Mr. and Mrs, E. E. Thompson home last week Friday for a visit here, returned home to Illinois last Tues- iay. He is a brother of Mrs. Thompson. The Ralph Holbert family of near Burt moved their trailer home to the Paul Larson farm where they will live. Mr. Holbert does trucking. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jenson had as Tuesday evening guests, Dettmar Thompsons, Mrs. Hulda Mo- inder and daughters, Edith and Myrtle, O. A. Jenson, and Emil Larson. Titonka Business Men Enjoy Sporting Movies Titonka — The Titonka Chamber of Commerce met Monday evening, April 10, at the skating rink. Movies of the 1949 World Series and the 1949 Memorial day 500-mile auto races at Indianapo- lis.were shown. Lunch was served by Herman Fritz, Frank Fisher, and Lester Callies, lunch' committee. Soloist Wins First Joan Johnson won a first in the high soprano solo division in the sub-district music contest held at Britt last Friday and Saturday. She. sang "The Swallow." The sextette composed of Mary Ann Nordman, Joan Johnson, Nanryl Nelson, Sharon Callies, Wanda Folkerts, and Shirley Callies, placed second. The trio also received a second rating. The trio is composed of Shirley and Sharon Callies and Joan Johnson. All musical groups were accompanied by Miss Muriel Hanselman. Return From Vacation Mr. and Mrs. Jay Budlong have returned from a 3-month vacation in St. Petersburg, Fla., and Hermosa Beach, Cal. In Hermosa Beach, they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bissell. Mrs. Bissell is the former Edith Mae Budlong. They also visited Mrs. Ole Dahl, Mrs. Pendergast, Mrs. Cogswell, Mrs. John Fisher, and the Kenneth Fisher family, all former Titonka residents. Move To New Mexico Mrs. M. F. Calhoun and three children left the first of the week for their new home in Springer, New Mexico, where Dr. Calhoun has been located for some time. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Callies accompanied Mrs. Calhoun to assist with the driving. They will return by plane after a week's visit. Mrs. Krantz Hostess Mrs. R. L. Krantz was hostess to the Titonka Women's club Thursday evening. Mrs. George Bonacker reviewed the book, "1984," by George Orwell. The roll call was "The Freedom I Cherish Most." Announcement was made of the completed plans for a high school and alumni party and dance to be held in the school gymnasium the night of the Junior-Senior banquet, April 20. This is a community project which is Sponsored each year by the Woman's club. Mrs. C. H. Downs, Mrs. R. L. Krantz, and Mrs. H. J. Orthel are in charge of the party arrangements. Mrs. Wally Lichtenberger and three sons of Mason City are spending several days with her mother, Mrs. Minnie Oesterreicher. Vicky Rakow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Rakow has returned home from Park hospital, Mason City, where she was confined for three weeks by illness. Mrs. Ralph Tjaden, assisted by WE DO DUCK TURKEY CHICKEN CUSTOM HATCHING NEALY'S Hatchery BURT, IOWA Tuesday, April 11, 1950 Algona Upper Dei Molne*-5 Mrs. Axel Carlson, will be hostess to the Band Mothers on Monday evening, April 10. * Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boyken spent several days last week visiting with their daughter, Mrs. David Ryder and family, in Kansas City. THE DURABILT SHREDDER HELPS STOP CORN BORER, HERE'S WHY THE Durabilt Corn Shredder IS WANTED BY MORE FARMERS: helps control corn borer gives cleaner plowing an aid in erosion control improves soil tilth and fertility eliminates disking ahead of the plow The DURABILT STALK SHREDDER'S hammermiU action delivers 144,000 cutting blows per minute with 72 staggered, swinging hammers. Shreds stalks into fine mulch. Quick-change, reversible hammers. No knives io sharpen, no rigid blades to break. Free floating. Adjustable ground clearance. Two-row cutting width—designed for sharp turns. And many more reasons. 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