The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1948 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 27, 1948
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* ffi (" ' '" >r '' ' »f-, ,* ,*<VJJ '<7" > vV< J4&Al§dfia Uppgf Des M«tn**, fuesddyV January'2?, Burt Cafe Has New Owners Burls Lois and Richs Place will be known in the future as Ma Fisher's Cafe, ownership now being by Mrs. Fisher, her daughter, Nora Garner, and granddaughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Giddings. Mrs. Fisher is well acquainted with the culinary art, having been in the kitchen many years. She and Mr. Fisher started in the cafe business in the Violet Cafe in Emmetsburg in 1921. from there they went to Graettinger, where they operated a hotel and cafe, ,then to the Fisher cafe in Al: gflha, which is now the Meyer 'Cafe; while they were in Algona ,' they bought what is now the 1 Hammerstrom Cafe in Burt. They never operated this business but Mrs. Fisher still owns the building. In 1935 Mr. Fisher died and Ma sold everything. Later that year, however, she opened the Silver Gray Cafe and ran it for about a year. Since then she has spent some time in just about all the cafe kitchens in Algona. She welcomes all her friends, old \d new. assisting. -The program consisted of a piano sdlo by Shirley Lockvvood and a duet by Marlene Dremmel and Shirley. 'Lulu Hawcott reviewed the book "Color Blind", by Margaret Halsey; Mrs. Don Mitchell reviewed "Gentleman's Agreement", by Laura Z. Hobson. Undergoes Operation Mrs. Al Hlnckley was .operated on at Naeve hospital, Albert Lea, Minn., Saturday. While she is hospitalized the twins Marilyn and Carolyn are staying with an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Krohnberg, Alden, Minn. Larry, Judy and Duane are staying with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding. Circles in Election The 'Presbyterian Circ-res met Wednesday for reorganization with the following officers being elected; Circle A met with Mrs. Nels Nelson; Mrs. Vern Shipkv was elected chairman. Mrs. Ben Bahling, vice-chairman; Mrs. W. W. Boettcher. secretary. Circle B met with Ruth and Esther Hodgson; Mrs. Ray Dremmel was elected chairr>»n; Mrs. Bill Vogel, vice; Mrs. Henry Smith, secretary. Circle C met with Mrs. Al Staehle; Mrs. Earl Miller, chairman; Mrs. George Patterson, vice; Mrs. Ross Elvidge, secretary; Circle D met with Mrs. .Mike Polhemus; Mrs. Ray Mc•Whorter, chairman; Nell Drerrf- mel, vice; Mrs,. Frank Becker, secretary. Take Short Trip ^ r Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vogel, Lulu Hawcott, Selinii Clifton, and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson and s<jn Jim went to Mason City, Tuesday. Mrs. Fredrickson and Jim went on to Osage to visit her mother for a couple of days, the others' returned home Tuesday evening.. Care for Children Mrs. Kenneth Cook and Terry Jo spent from Thursday to Saturday at Melvin Rieken's, caring for the children, while Mrs. Rieken went to Iowa City to see her husband, who is in the hospital there, going through the clinic. . At 94th Birthday Nina Bierstedt, Lone Rock, took Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee and Mrs. Carrie Larsen to Algona, Tuesday afternoon, to visit their mother, Mrs. Kate Dittmer. who has celebrating her 79th birthday. Al Veterinary Meeting Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Lichter attended a Veterinarian convention in .Des Moines from Monday to Thursday. Janet Sage cared for the Lichter children. Farm Pep Club Members of the newly organized Pep club at the high school are Helen Gettman, • Kathleen Groen. -Beverlv Ditsworth, seniors; John McWhorter, Joyce Ryerson, Jeannette Hortsman, juniors; LaVonne Daniels, Marcella Madsen, sophomores; Doris Kickbush, Yvonne Ditsworth, Gary Reynolds, freshman; Larry Holding, Esther Hasse, Harriet Long, and Richard Campney, from junior high; Gail Carlsen, Caradene Koepke and Palma Joy Olson are the cheer leaders. Paul Bolie is the sponsor. Mrs. Staehle Hostess The Burt Woman's club met Monday evening with Mrs. Al Staehle, with Mrs. O. H. Graham 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 Has Braces Adjusted Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen has been in Rochester the past two weeks for treatment and to have her braces adjusted. Mrs. Al Staehle and E. H. Millen of Mitchell, S. D., were last week Friday dinner guests... of Mr. and. Mrs. K. J. Smith -and the following' Sunday they had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Dr. J; G. Clapsaddle returned to Park hospital Monday evening, this time he plans to stay long enough to completely recu- at 8 p. m., Sunday, 1V&, 1, tylll be in charge of the •yolirlg, Battle, fthe theme is "JeSUs; GHrist is Lord" ahd talks Will, by Gary Klenitfe, Rdbfe? son, Ma'rlehe bremel, Keith. i Jim Coadys Burt F-B Hosts Butt! the BUrt .Farm Bureau met Tuesday, January ,20. at the home of Mr, and! MfsV Drop In at MA FISHER'S CAFE and Get One of Her Good, Old-Fashioned MEALS in Burt BANK NOTES It is our hope that all of our customers and friends, when thly need financial assistance to think of our bank and that they drop in and talk over any matter calling for financial assistance and advice. ( We will do for you anything that a good bank ought to do. It is our hope that all of our customers,end friends, when they have surplus funds that they store them with us until such a time as they need them. A checking account is very much worth while. BURT SAVINGS BANK BURT, IOWA ff, 5, Btcbut, Pres, H. A, Thompsfln . V*ce-pjes. y. federal Deposit Insurance The FRIINPtY Isnk perative from the flu bug he has, and from there he plans to go south for a while. R. J. Nealy,, Al Hinckley, and i Art Groen attendeda stock-grow-i ers meeting and dinner in Algona, Wednesday evening. Mrs. Roy Edel. Sumner, has been visiting at the home of her daughter Mrs. Kenneth Hammerstrom and Mr. Hammers'trom, since Monday. Mrs. Nell peters moved into her new home the first part of the week and has been very busy getting settled. .-' ' The Methodist Church Burt, Iowa William S. Handy, Pastor The Fidelis class will meet Wednesday, Jan. 28, at 2:30 p. m. at the home Of Mrs. F. L. Pratt, with Mrs. Jake Smith assisting hostess. . The choir .will meet at the parsonage Wednesday evening. Sunday. Jan. 25, 1948: : Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. • Missionary Sunday. A real god will be on exhibit. Talk, "Gold, Gold, Gold", G. H. McMullen. Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m. Sermon by the pastor, "Secrets of Christian Growth". M. Y. F., 8 p. m. "Christ and Youth". St. John's Lutheran Church Ferdinand Reith, Pastor Burt, Iowa Sunday, February 1: 9:45—Sunday school and Bible class. 10:30—Divine service. '3:30—The Lutheran Hour over WCAL, Northfield. Burt Presbyterian Church Ray K. Hill Minister On Sunday, Feb. 1, 10 a. m. the pastor will continue his series of sermons on the Gospel of John with the subject, "Does God Condemn?" Over 200 gospels have been distributed in the Gospel of John Reading Campaign, which will close the last of March. The Praise andyPraycr service SCHRADER'S • --''i -*'.v-.,Jf ^.tviUj-'-Vt-tii'rtJV^j,*^-^''W^tW-*"^ ,-. u : ,»» r »V-*vJ4'^-'*«HP* 1 --««rt«»-**v^*^rt Vf****^-J.>**if**/" t *i HARDWARE BURT Coady. Group singing Wailed by Arnold Meyer, and an* article taken from the Nation's Agfic'uU tural Magaiihe" wag give'h by Art Phillips. A. L. Browtt showed some interesting pictures. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bleich, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland, Mr. and Mrs.' W. M.' Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Will Gifford. Fellowship Night At Burt Church Burt: Last Monday evening the Methodists of .Burt gathered at the church for an evening of fellowship. More than 75 members of the congregation were gathered In the sanctuary, when the program began shortly after 8 o'clock. Haymond-Nelson, the church lay leader, was master of ceremonies. .;He announced the program and 'ran the, projector for the pictures. The program was featured by three .picture presentations: J. L. Miller presented a series' of Kodachrome pictures "Such Wonderful. -Things" with explanatory talk. . 'Frank Ryerson brought "The Story of The English. Bible", illustrated by pictures of the translators and old Bibles. W. B. Officer interpreted a travelogue, "We Hear Thy Voice", showing the scenery ,of The Jackson Hole territory of the Rockies. Following the program the crowd moved into the social hall and were served refreshments by Insurance Farm Liability Automobile Pickups Trucks and Tractors see NELS J. NELSON PHONE 159 Burt, Iowa DR. SCHOLL'S \ Foot "Comfort Remedies For Every Foot Trouble.' "' SMITH STORE i Phone 4 * Burt, Iowa He'll Get Along All Right- Because His MILK Is Coming From Burt Cream Station Phone 160 People Will Eat Poultry & Eggs In 1948 1948-will be profitable-lf you buy good chicks; good ones from a reliable hatchery that follows through in helping you make your poultry pay, We will book a few more chick orders at our present low prices-lqter orders are likely to co$t you more as eggs ore sure to go up quite soon, I repeat GOOD CHICKS, not overcrowded, wfll eerecj for and fed Wilt MAKI YOU MQNIY. We appreciate your patronage and are glad to help with your, poultry problems ANY The first hatch off February 18, . . , . Nealy Hatchery PH9NI 58 er 77 BURT, IOWA Ote i ,Mf, -a G. O. McFarlandVMip; Allen HiflekleyV,' Mfx. Harvey.a«C »«•. ^ttfnfter, $&? * I Of lh& fellowship ls" r "inoiudla":;fft Clinton series 16, Glee Bullocks Parents of Son Sutti Mt. and Mts> 61ee fiui- lock bedame the tiafent's of their first baby. Saturday, January 24 a son weighing six pounds arid five ounces, born by caesarlatt section at Lutheran hospital . ift Fort Dodge. Mr, .Bullock and Mrs. Cliff Waltmati stayed In Port v Dodge through Sunday. , At Dealers' Convention Mr. and Mrs.- J. L. , Miller went to Ames,' Sunday, where they visited -Mr* and Mrs. Laurence Milelr, Monday,' going On to Des Moines, where they attended the FOR SALT - GRAIN YOU KNdW! FEED 7 COAL BURT CO-OP. ELEVATOR Mixers of Felco Feeds . Phone 35 ten . tefeftifttf aria tjie StrfMUgh gym* 'TMW!d is Invitee].,, v J ?} ( ,,./ -•*; i fn dfitlfliy'fdlilflef i On f e-dniidayV: . , the Suft bey's- 'Meet LuVefni lh their .first game's! thl;- ^StitH half play'&ff 6f the 'toys' county tournament at' LuVeffceV The gahie' Js blated to begin ,at But* Girls L&S& '" • frhV BUft 'girls Were beaten by Lu veene in the, s6uth half'play- 6ffs qf the glfla', "fcblmty,-basket- ball toufft'Ament at Wesley, The 1 game,' probably the most excit-* it)g of the tuornament, started slowly With each team scoring J Donald Mitchell BURT, IOWA We are in a position" to giyfe prompt service ort £leciric Motors. Re-winding or minor Repairs. Ah'y size. Headquarters For WAYNE FEED Poultry, Hog or Cattle Mealy Hardware-Hatchery BURT-PHONE 58-77 Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailers) NEW TIRES—BATTERIES^ GARAGE SERVICE —See— CLIFF HOLDING , Burt—Phone 165 i t * i t I "•!• Date and Time—Jan. 30—1 P.M. ( ' " j """ < ' »,' ' "' ' 5 < ' ' " ' j< Place—Figeurpq Ball .Room—Livermore; Iowa; ! TO ALL FARMERS AND THEIR FAMILIES lent Co If you don't have tickets or need mpre- s^ 3 Unions Block Labor Peace—Refuse Wage Boost Already Accepted by 1j other Railroad Unions! The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Brotherhood' of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen and the Switchmen's ' Union of 'North America, representing 125,000 railroad employes, have refused to accept the offer of the Railroads of ft wage increase of 15# cents an hour, / This is the same increase awarded 1,000,000 non-operating employes by an arbitration board in September, 1947. This is the same increase acceptecl by / 175,000 conductors, trainmen and switchmen by agreement 90 ^fovembep 14, }947, Agreements have been made with 1,175,000 employes, represented )>y nineteen unions, Put these three unions, rep» resenting only 125,000 men, a,re tr-yjpg Jo get more. They are demanding also many, . new working rules not embrace^ jn the settlement with the conductors and £ajn, The Unions having refused to arbitrate, the Railway Labor Act provides for the appointment of a fact-finding board by ' the President. The railroads feel it is due"shippers, passengers, employes, stpokholders, and the general public to know that thrpugh- out these negotiations and in mediation, they have not only exerted,every effprt to reach a fair and reasonable -settlement,' but they have ajso met eveVy'recJuirement of the. Bsilway 'Labor Act.resj ' ' ' employes, and those among the highest paid, • can, successfully maintain the threat of a par-' ajy?lng J5(riji9 ogninst the, interest of the en-' ti» coui»trir-and sgalnst 90 per cent of their fellow employes, • !• T^Hathreat of a strike c»nno( justify grant- tn< n>o>B favorable conditions to 125,000 em- ployes than have already been pu(in effect for 1,170,000, nor will it alter the opposition .of.the.rollw^s to wwsrrantea wage in™ creases or, to changes In working rwle« which SWfltJation.'mediation, labor disputes. ?ott the on of „ jjlanw »t the box shows wlmt employes, represented by Ihe Engineers and FlrenW !85*MM?,?[ e -_ 8 , m ?P« tne.Wghest paid |n*s Incidentally, the Switchmen's Union of North America represents only abpufc 7% or all railroad gwjtchmen, the qthw $8%, being represented by the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and covered by the settlement with that union. The leaders of these three uniom f pr»ad a strike bal|pt-wl}ile,-i|eaot«Jt}PBt WSff Jtili in progress. TilW WOW 8 lecrft VOW b»fe W taken by uwm leaden .W* ,^tf«, IKf pigned by the «»plpyp» p tto/prtyW of union representatives. ! • W Wbep IMFw^W-' leaders of these three joini the r^Uroadj w u^,.— Med«8t>oi» BQAr4 to Sttewpt t91 " •^birttto.Bowl"-- 1 -- Compare these wages with what you make! Jinacomparispnpf 'fWWW »n»w»}« !?«? p/ F««^i 1 % AS89 "•• - - ,\ ,^ •'T. • ..(•-, .>. T.. ".-.i,,-. '*"•, f*? *r*r, ^TP^gE? rS^?SK, • -» -rf^kfe^^P^"'nii«nr ' 8 v¥i¥£ •.ya^g-ffs &. ''S^Ts= , *.*^r^. - -- *V. •',-^'' «" r> , . . r* ,f ; < ** B 1 *^ **'* ^ all i > -;,^ •( « ( « M i 1 1 * i| » tl » >| '•I ;:i i;i 4 I f I t ••v I ,» ""« » : i ; I ? I i ^

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