The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1948 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 20, 1948
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\ Upper 6§i Maine* '--• ——---'-- fuejddy, January 26, ,194ft Community Club At Burt Elected Officers Jan. 14 Burt — The Burt Community club'met Wednesday evening at the Burt hotel for a seven o'clock dinner; there were twenty-four. pUesent. Election of ofifcers was httld with the following officers elected: Hugh McDonald, presi- d%nt; John Scott, vice president; and George Manus, secretary. flfi. Neighborly Act Several neighbors gathered at the Delmar Angus farm Saturday to-lend a helping hand. They cleaned the barns, hauled straw and did odd jobs that soon pile up, when the man of the house i&'down. Delmar has been ill since; December 26, first having an appendectomy, then pneumonia and last a kidney infection. Thursday it'was thought he was on the road to recovery. Those who helped were Gerald, Harold and Bob Angus, Leonard and Laurence Dittmer, Laurence Newbrough, Ed Blanchard. Joe Vollmar, Albert Shaser. Vern Shipler and Don Mitchell. Annual Bank Meeting The Burt Savings Bank held itc annual meeting Tuesday, Jan. 13, at the bank. All the officers and directors were re-elected. The usual dividend was declared and the books were closed on a very successful year. Barents Of A Son Mr. and Mrs. Nike Baer became the parents of a nine pound baby boy Tuesday evening at their home. Mrs. Ernest Paine is there caring for the mother and babe. T. N. T. club met Thursday evening with Elsie Lockwood in honor of her birthday. It was also the installation of the new president, Loretla Liohter Mrs. George Koestlcr Sr. entered 1 the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Patterson spent Wednesday and Thursday in Des Moines where Don attended a meeting on weed control. E. H. Millen, Mitchell, S. D. came Thursday and • spent the weekend visiting at the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Al. Staehle. Fortnightly club meets Friday. Jan. 23, with Mrs. J. L. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson and Mr. and Mi's. Oliver Graham attended the Winnebago county meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary held tit Buffalo Center, Tuesday evening. The Friendly Four club entertained their husbands at a card party at the Burt hotel Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lovstad and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Woltx were hosts. Melvin Rieken is in Iowa City where, he went last week for a physical check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Graham *ad son Michael returned Wednesday from spending the holidays in Tuscon, Ariz., where they visited Mrs. Graham's family. The Baby stayed with his aunts Ruth Bird Lottie Graham near Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Miller and ^son left Thursday afternoon for Ames where they were going to stay the night with Clark's brother Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Miller, from there they were returning to their home in Los Angeles. Dorothy Lewis, Algona, spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lcepcr, Al- bert Lea, Minn., were • weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Leeper. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Erickson, Albert Lea, were Sunday afternoon callers. Mr.'and Mrs. Al Hinckley and the twins were Wednesday evening visitors of Mrs. Hinckley's sister Mrs. Henry Sauke and family, Wells. Mrs. Meinzer returned home from Rochester, Minn., Monday evening. Work has now been completed by the REA and the Vern Ship- lers and Delmar Angus now have electricity. , The girls basketball team meets LuVerne in the south half of the county tournament at Wesley Wednesday evening. Saturday night the cbunty playoffs of the girls tournament will be held here with two games scheduled for that night. The first game will be between the runner-ups of the south half and the north half. The second game will be between the winners for the county championship. These games might give some indication uf who will proceed from this county into the sectional, district, and eventually the state tournament this year. The Burt Independents played Algona, there, Thursday night: they dropped their game by a score of 31 to 22. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Nealy and Jeannette spent the weekend in Lincoln, Neb., where they visited relatives and friends. The circles of the Presbyterian church will meet for re-organization at the following places Wednesday, Jan. 21: Circle A with Mrs. Nels Melson; Circle B with Ruth and Esther Hodgson; Circle C with Mrs. Al Staehle; and Circle D will be notified as to where they will meet. Harry McChane went to Rochester, Wednesday, and brought Gus Meinzer home. He is still very weak. Mrs. Erwin Schwietert was operated on Tuesday. She is in the Worrell hospital in Rochester, Minn. SCHRADER'S HARDWARE BURT Burl Presbyterian Church Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, January 25— 10 a. m., morning worship. Sermon, "The New Birth". 11 a. m.. Sunday school. Adult topic, "God's Fellow Workers". 6:30 p. in., intermediate Westminster Fellowship. 7:30 p. m., senior Westminster Fellowship. The Methodist Church Burt, Iowa The Fidelcs class first meeting of the year will be on Wednesday, January 28. The choir will meet at the parsonage Wednesday at 8 p. m. Sunday, January 26— Sunday school, 10 a. m. Missionary Sunday. Talk, "Gold, Gold, Golcl," Howard McMullen. . Morning worship, 11 a. m. Ser. mon by the pastor. M. Y. F., 8 p. m., Youth." "Christ and Year Old Boy Dies, Wesley; Rites Jan. 16 Wesley:. Thomas Weig, the year-old son of Mr. and-Mrs. .Joe Weig, died at his home Wednesday night. He had not been well since birth. He is survived by his parents and one brother Mike, who is two. Mrs. Weig is the former Mary O'Neill. - Burial of the infant was Friday afternoon. He was one year old on Thursday. (Jathollc church Ooiige, daughter 1 Mi-s. Lbtt Goolge, tiedket, sort Of Mi', t&n Becker df Si. i — be" married Tuesday* Banns were also- $ Jane Eiscnbaeher, daughter J Mr. and Mrs. Ign. -**'--""'-•*• Mr. ana Mrs. ign. ^isenoacner Ihe-hdffiC of her s4§ter e Mfrs.- and Beji Farrot, both/d! LAi'A^ nest Hutching, jTUtti^tf , geles. They will be married' January 26. They will liVe ih Los Angeles, - . t Study Club Meets The Study dub met With L. L. Pfeffer, Thursday aftir*' noon. Mrs. Alfred/Erdrtian g'aVe a book review of "TaMng Thfii My Hats." Mrs. Vincent DaUghn To Wed January 26 Jane Eisenbacher and her fiancee Ben Farrot of Los Angeles, Calif., came Sunday for two weeks at her parental Ign. Eisenbacher home. They will be married here on Monday, January 26. She has been employed at the Bank 01 America at Los Angeles, the past four years. He is taking an engineering course under the G. I. bill. Gouge-Becker Banns Banns of marriage were published Sunday in St. Joseph's ,(.<* T ° ** Sn Us Today at •WAYNE 3-U«SIGN- NEALY HARDWARE AND HATCHERY' , BURT, IOWA will entertain the club day, January 29. t '. ^ ' i LuVerne Scouts Witi , • • ' , ' The LuVerne Boy ScbUts basketball team defeated the, l6£al boys here ThiifMay evening. Following that"ganfe' the 0 -Wesley Independents lost "tor th'e< Seneca plavers. • , The high school girls defeated the Woden pla.Vers in a game played there Monday evening. The Wesley boys were defeated. Bowling Team Dinner The losing Ladies' • Bowling team treated the winning team to a 6:30 dinner at Van's Gafe in Algona followed by a theater party Wednesday night. The losing tearh consists of Mrs. L. T. Root, captain, Mrs. J. M.,,Kunz, Mrs. H. H. Raney, ,»Mrg." ; Don Kraus, and Mrs.'-Dielt Gfifhbrst, Winners are Mr.s.y Frank fileich: captain, Mrs. Francis. Hauptmanj Mrs. Everett Barr, 'Mrs. ; Jini Walker and Mrs. Charles Mullin: Farm Sale 27th - "' Roman Wilhelmi will hold a farm sale on Tuesday, Jan. '27., He and his brother' F.rancis* have purchased the K. '& H.'Oil Station at Bancroft and .took posse- sion January '!.' "Francis had been employed at the Kent garage at Algona. The Wesley family have bought a home in Bancroft. They lived on the A. A. Studer estate farm five ,,:y,ears. The farm was sold last, year to Mr. and Mrs. Fred' Bohn of Berkeley, Calif. Mr. Bohn, whose Foot Comfort Remedies For Every Foot Trouble. Phone 4 Burt, Iowa BRING YOUR HARNESS TO Daniels Harness and Shoe Shop For Repairing and Oiling We carry a full line of harness goods, men's shoes, overshoes, mittens, gloves, dog collars. Shoes and Jackets Repaired. Burt, Iowa Nice Merchandise DELUXE TAPPAN GAS RANGE 7 cubic foot NORGE REFRIGERATOR NEALY HARDWARE Burt Phone 58 For Livestock Trucksng , ; (2 semi-trailers) -See- CLIFF HOLDING Burt—Phone 165 POULTRY RAISERS We are ready to help you decide about your 1948 chicken program. We offer you high quality chicks from good stock. We assure you of good chicks by guaranteeing 95% livability at three weeks of age. 4,557 pullets are tested ready for our hatche?y flocks and we have not found a single reactor. This is an accomplishment we are proud of. 95% accuracy guaranteed on sexed chisks." FOUR GOOD BREEDS TO CHOOSE FROM: Big White Leghorns, White Rocks, New Hamp., and our popular Hamp. Leghorn Cross. Yeor 'Round Poultry Service. Wayne Feed. NEALY HATCHERY BURT PHONE 58 OR 77 •VI. >V A' Srfx X R •x I\ \ v. How many party lines in this picture? These residence telephone lines look alike and are alike, except that three oiTFpf : four- have been "stretched" to serve rrj"p]-|»;'tha.n. one customer, We call these par^y"lines. Because lines have been shared itfe" have been able to bring telephone service to thousands more than-would be possible With only individual lines. - •„ We are working hard toward $p day when individual lines wUl be avail|fc&Jfy for ^all who want them. Until we reach this goal, you can help make your service better by continuing to practice the party line Golden Rule: "Use your share of the parly line as you would have your neighbor use his." Thinks, neighbor. NORTHWESTERN BEU TEMPHONE COMPANY Ct , iftf.of last Week. MfS.Ed JD ft |ue§t,-Jf'MlPs/ OliVef YbUft afid Mrs. Ed Mildmah WM high a'hd n(jw s'C^e J5fi2gs/ Mrs. 'Til- He Lofeblf firltertaln'ed the dlub ladies ^idaj 1 ' aftef fiOOtt. \ Laf-A'Ut Club ' Mfs/'TiUle Loebig eftteflaifled her taf»a-Lot 600 dub Thursday afternooh, . Mrs. Will Ryah and Mfs. Ed Hildman . W6re , guests. Mrs.-Jfoe Studer and Mrs. Viola Stu'der' won high -and low score prizes . respectively^ ' Mrs. "Lori GoUee got chair prize, Mrs. Alf Studer will entertain the ladies 6n Wedhes'day'' 'aftfernoon, January 21. •.," Mrs. Ign. Eisenbacher came home Tuesday from Reading, Minn., where she had- been- at the home of her daughter Mrs. Jake StroUth . several Weeks re cuperatlng from 'a 'surgical oper ation. Mrs. -StroUth, ' R. N., is here with her mother for a while. ' Mrs. Tillie Loebig entertained her Tsenfiy Weeny 500 club Friday afternoon. Mrs. Reese -Martin, Mrs',' V.L. Pfeffer and Mrs. J.<awferice t A^|ngert were guests. Mrs. Will jMartinck' and Mrs. Albert JNeUEoth^won high and low _ lairt, her "b«Tdg¥"cl Jah. 82. v ... , : FOR, SALT - GRAIN YOU KNOW! BURT CO-OP. ELEVATOR Mixers of Felco Feeds Phone 35 Insurance Farm Liability Automobile , Pickups Trucks „ and Tractors see NELS J. NEfcSON PUONE 159 Burt", Iowa her bridg^ club Jan.' hniial-Fiferhan^ UAll' be : Wednesday • eVeftihg). JS , ^' Merger will Hbld a farm sale ThUrSday f Jtffi. %K She will hiove to' she purdh^^d a Delons Angle Of Swea City Weds ' '' SJW'tfOH t *££. 6 1 1.1 .. J. . ol i.i± .X. »!-«.: OUDie ,, were * ivix,,, wziu wSmmMMm SM|teithi3f-ifi4w'^fr the feff&V^'V'-.!:, ',' v f -¥iaVwbfe"a-!iii!ip suit •*,aece^bdes. -mf at" aM^ed'/roie^^-iTttier ,*• th^pstb^wr/tej^ Vlft»«b*fWrlflte*«ft. t -' . ^i^^^^i&aCTfal X . ./:, V .jw.;^.... .^. ^-.^..JU^aM?^^ ¥^ii^ir^>^« r " , • j,.. . f ,L r^. L::> ...j.'^^C^it:W m* "•'§*! h '' BANK fi 'elor'is Angle, daughter of 'Mr. attd SWea\ Aftglc, Swea City, and Robert' Holm, son of Mr. arid MrS. 9e? vert Holm of Swea City 'Were They'llGet Along All Right- Because Their ' , MILK Is Coming From Burt Cream Station Phone'160 !&> y" • ' , ' v ' ' r"s 'At lh!s iittie <5f\hV yew a SJreai many, Of 6Ur" J'.'*")s86i»le are frittkirttf, ihe neCessary afiartSerflerlis tot |M'r'e s finahchl& iheir ftufrh l6ahs, ' We wish io call < h &e aiie'riildn" ef 'ihefie folks io iite mapy advatii*', I ages of-havins yeu* farm loati with yeur lodal home - j" ^baflk, Were are Softie of ihe many advantages! ',;;,«[ I, Yeur loan is with home people who know i\;L V*iir problems and have a friendly inter*< HI esl In 'them. > " ' 2. All of the papers are kept here and may be inspected at any time. • 3. Low interest rates. /i 4. Very liberal'payment option^. , ' ' 5. No extras to pay for, ^ ' / '' " ' . Come in'and ialk ii ovet wilh one' of our offl- \"eets. 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