The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1948 · Page 8
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lieT fflolKST tuesifay; ftBruttry 3, 1948 Burt Athlete Now Starring On Colleie f ive Burl! This story of interest to the Burt community was taken from the ,U. I. U. program put out for the.game Saturday night, January 24. At the helm of Upper Iowa's Peacock scjuad tonight will be Ken Hutzel, "center," of Burt. Hutzel was a main stay on last year's squad, holding the center spot down with remarkable efficiency. He matched Slattery, the center for Loras, point for point in Upper Iowa's hard fought victory over the "Du- haclks" that year, 37-36. To Hutzel, tonight, will go the job of guarding Sauerby, the opposing center and high point man of the Wartburg five. Ken is a strong defensive man and good on rebound work, with his height providing a valuable advantage on tip-in-shots. His accurate passing and effective set shots make him a good bet for a regular assignment throughout the year, Hutzel is 6 ft. 3 in. tall, weighs 200 Ibs. and is a sophomore. Ken, a versatile athlete held down a regular berth at right tackle on "Doc's" power football team, which won the conference championship this past year. He is married to a young lady who attended classes at U. I/ U. last year. They now reside in one of the campus Quonset huts. Presbyterian Circles The members of the executive board of the Woman's Council. Presbyterian church, met Wednesday with Mrs. Oliver Graham, with Mrs. Delmar Angus, the president, presiding. The programs were made out for the year and it was decided to dissolve Circle D, thus leaving only three circles but each circle with more active members; therefore the circles will have charge of church activitiesfjtor four-months of each year , instead', 'of, ,. thrc?e months as in the 1 'pastf."Mi's""Wal- ter Kempley, Algona, will speak at council meeting February 4. She will talk on "Giving." A Geesman Daughter Mr. and Mrs.' Howard Geesman became the parents" of a daughter born at the home on Tuesday, Jan. 27. The young lady has been named Joan Marie, and Mrs. John Geesman is there caring for them while brother Nicky is staying with his other grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bpettcher. Mr. and Mrs. Fern Drone became the parents of a daughter, Barbara Anil,, born Wednesday, January 28, at home. Mrs. Frank Becker is caring for them. Mrs. R. K. Hill attended the executive board meeting of Fort Dodge Presbyterial at Fort Dodge, Monday, A Farm Bureau home project demonstration was held at the home of Mrs. Laurence Dittmer, Friday afternoon. A very interesting lesson on textile painting was given by Mrs. C. M. Gross. Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson and Mrs. Donald Patterson spent Friday in Des Moines on business. Mrs. H. O. Buell .entertained the members of her bridge foursome, Friday, at a dessert lunch- I 8 pz. SANFORIZED OVERALLS TAILORED TO FIT Body Length) Piqportioncd to Lee Length BUY YOUR CORRECT SIZE For Minimum Comlod, Longer ' BURT Insurance Farm Liability Automobile i Pickups Trucks and , 1 Tractors con. Mrs. ,G... J. ?, Vogql went tc iowa City last week, where she is spending some time with her daughter, Mrs. Hobe'rt 'Melville incl family. : ,... ,..,,., A group of. Masons attencted a listrit't sciiopi of instruction held it EstHerville Tinirsd'ay everting. Attending were O; H. Graham, Set FredricKsoni Clifford ' Holding, Al Hinckley and Bob Harvey. Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Lichter arid faniily were Sunday guests of Mrs. Lichter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howie, Eminetsburg; Monday morning Dr. and Mrs. Lictir ter, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ly.nch, Lone Rock, left, for a couple of weeks vacation in Houston and,Fort Worth, Tex. While there they will attend the rodeo. Al Hinckley 'and Children, Judy, Larry and Diian.e, went to Wells,. Wednesday evening, to see Mrs. Hihckley, who is now.,out of the hospital and convalescing ; at the home. , of her sister, Mrs. Henry Sauke. Dua'ne remained with his mother. Fortnightly club meets Friday, February 6, with Mrs. W. B. Officer. Mrs. Gertrude Ackerman moved into town Friday. She and Janet Sage are now living in the Lura Sevvick apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Will Stoutenberg. Swea City, called on friends in Burt Thursday afternoon. The U & I Circle entertained their husbands, at a card party Thursday evening in the Burt hotel. sernions during) that period. Watch for announcement. St. John's Lutheran Church Burt. Iowa Ferdinand Reith. Pastor Sunday, February 8: 9:45—Sunday school and Bible class. 10:30 Divine Service. 3:30—The Lutheran Hour over WCAL, Dr. . Walter Maicr speaker. The Ladies' Aid will meet on Thursday afternoon (2:00), Mrs. Herman Bussie and Mrs. Merwyn Cunningham serving. The Methodist Church ,. . ,. .Burt,,,. Iowa .-,.. William SX'Handy, Pastor ; The .-'W. 'S:' CV S. .will' meet at the church Wednesday, Feb. 4, at 2:15 p. m. ' : The choir will meet at the church Wednesday evening. Sunday, Feb. 8, 1948: ' Sunday sch,pol, 10:00 a. m. Talk, "Making a Choice," Harold Hbbson. Morning worship, 11:00 a. m. Sermon by the pastor, "The Law of Spiritual Growth." M. Y. F., 8:00 p. m. "Christ's Offer to Youth. 1 '' The sub-district ' ministers group will meet with the Handys on Monday, Feb. 9. Lent begins this year on Wednesday, Feb. 11. The pastor will preach a special series of 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, dpg collars. Shoes and Jackets Repaired. ^ ,. ; . t. Burt, Iowa SCHRADER'S HARDWARE BURT He'ir Get Along AIIRi!|ri^ Because His J Is Cor Cream Station Biirt Prestyierian Church Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, February 8: 10:00 a| m.—Morning worship. Sermon, "The Will of God." . 11:00 a. rii.—Sunday school; " Adult topic, "What We Know About Jesus". 6:30 p. m. Intermediate Westminster Fellowship. Leader: Harriet Long. 7:30 p. m.—Senior Westminster Fellowship. Leader: Joan McWhorter. brought ( in c&Jte' a'ihd CobkleS afid spsfif'tfie evening, " •* \ jCJle'c Bullock Went -to' SWl Dodge .Saturday, and. bfrfug'ht Mrs. Bullock and' the Hew helf home. „. " John Groen, son of Mr. * and Mrs. Harm ,(Sroeh, had aid emergency appendectomy' .Thursday morning at General hdsfrit&l in Algona\ He is getting alofig very well. Girls 7 Sectional % Opening At Burt Burl: Next in the line of athletics at Burt is the Girls' sectional tournament to be played February 4, 5, 6, 7. On Wednesday, February 4, Thompson will meet Whittemore at' 6:30, West Bend ..plays Woden at 8:00 and Buffalo ' township (Tyke) plays Crystal Lake at 9:30. Burt drew a bye the first round ttid consequently meets Hayfield at 9:30 on Thursday night. The winner of the Burt-Hay- fielcl game is slated to, play in the quarter finals on Friday night at 9:00. The winner of the sectional tournament will proceed to the district tournament to be played February 20 and 21 at places to be announced.later. Mrs. .Ray Westling, . and Mrs. Ed Larsen entertained at a pink and blue shower, Saturday afternoon, in hqnor of Mrs. Ronald Ortman at .the home of Mrs. Mrs. Westling. Mrs. Al Staehle went, to Minneapolis. Sunday, to spend a few days visiting ' relatives and friends. R. H. Ortman moved Thursday I into the house he bought recent-' ly from Gordon Giddings. Friday was his 75th birthday and that evening his son, , Mr. arid Mrs. Ronald Ortman and Mr. and Mrs. Ed .Larsen' , and Beverly Swea, City—The A, G". Jiggers' fdrni service store opened' Mo'n* day, Feb. 2, with dedrge Rbhliti as manager. The store is located" in the former Hundeby ' Mple- ment building. Swea Home Sold ' Paul' Beckers sold their Home here last week and are m'bving to Estherville where they, recently purchased a suburban, store. Walt Engstrom, the new pwner, has rented the house to v the Ed Beckers. The garage Which has been converted to a dwelling, will be occupied by the Alvin Ewings. New R. E. A. Lineman Kenneth Emoy who has beeri employed at the creamery will be a lineman on the ,R. E. A, after March 1. He will be an assistant to Fred Moellering. i } „ k ' Banns for the^ marriage of Regina Henry, Whittemore, and Dr. Ray Ryan, Garner, were published at St. Michael's church at Whittemore. Miss Henry.was a popular employe at the, post of- 'fice here at one time. The Rev. V. F. Feldrnan of:,the Stale Baptist cbhventioh.cbndtict- ed a round table from the .Baptist churches at Estherville,' riahcrofl and Swea City churches attending the meeting. . . , ' A Son, Thqrval Joseph, \vas\ born Jan. 14 to Mr. and 1 Mrs. Joseph Anderson at Webster,,.City. Mrs. Anderson was the former- Delia Anderson, daughter of ; Mrs. Hannah Anderson, Swea City. •-• Dr! R. F. Snyder reports a son, Marcial Bartolo, Jr., born to the Marcial-Bartolos, Jan. 23. Wifc, Mt'Sahda-y-iiJ V'isii.fiW 'teNan/,1 The tjnlol .„.._,. Friday,.after sch&oLat.t,he.MethOi dist church. A program' ty/as held and lifnch Was sbrved, f Hls'grduS , take* in y6{mg f61Us ffbtji 6 to 15, Ha'himer.'ftrtd 6&pTge HafU^rl;' a', • Trie regular* rfifeelirig SMBfe W, S, C. S', Will bd held a"Hhe churdh .parlors:-^Wcdnesday/.-..atterno'tffi t Feb. 4,,< Mrs. , John Gllles wllLbe iti cHrif-gfe, df de'v'btiSfte' afM Mi's", Mrs. Harold' Jo'ries' w'ill' jB^jlssbH' l6ddGr\ Hostesses &rG St^^c3^ni6^!' F>C'd Lodfl. W. s DrSKlp1dr>Ha?eld Harisori,' JbKH B6tt8«; C, S) Klilg- er, S. H. Hammer, Wallatfe SHSel- fer, A. H. SehulciY Gebfge Elliot, Giff of d '.Smith, ,,Fi-ed Rf fteilet-ifig; and R. G. JoriMofi; Friends,,arid relatives ^tftprlset}' Mr. a'hd Mfs. M. G:> Ke'ririe'iiy, Sunday night;'Jan. 25,-the" d&'c'a- •>.,*$•$ i^'Slte/^^-^v'^^iiS <ia^'' afid Mrs, Jbmes H Miha.»> Mr, atuLMift, JJ6, KenriedVaftd Mr 1 , and, Mrs, Ed Kennedy, Fairmont,- MinhV Mr. aM Mi i s.*|'fahcj6.|'6le> t JtrV and (MrsY J>, W\ fibllig MK Joe. CtftWlfey M&. Mf . L'lota'Brelde of SlHeCa: Supervisbr Myron Johnson and sister Affnd Larson • entertained ifollowing 'gltests at dinner -Sun-? day, Jan, is; Mr/and,Mrs,,dharle$ iLalidirie.Hh.^'Mfs, J&th Stfiff ' ' all of SherbUrn, Minn., confesfo'nanriie our shbpr doses;"'FebV'iicify 7 We give: the,,wave; you.'ve ; always dreamed of . . . iKe lect- rpni wave : . . .truly .soft and manageable, S10-S15-S20. Dandruff Ireafnienl and . shfw ------ $1.50 Reconditioning treatment arid. shfw. -_--_-_--<.__$l.§d Machine permanent^ $5-$S-$7 Machirieless permahenis_-$6-$7 Shampoo arid set: _' .95 Elaine Koppen & Rulh Meyer Phone 54 Burt, Idwa CLOSING Legion Ballroom IOFT Friday, Feb. 6 --- ' ' "WH^^^S CLEM BRAU His Trumpet and his : Ba.nd. The Band You've Been ( Asking for. Monday, Feb. 9» Closing Modern Dance. Tuesday, Feb. 10 Closing Dance LYNN KERNSi Annual St. Patrick's Dance Wednesday,,,, March v 17,^ K r///^/ss/////sxr^///M-.'#'///^^^ Right at this tim/o^tilV V$Wr' SW ftfefititS 1 are making their pIc/Hs for' th ( e v cornir^ dr ; 6p season" and are mokihb arrtiripm^ts (of the financing of their programi' THaf is'' vv'lie'}^ </$'& ' come tn and by coming directly fd tne poini^—we' would appreciate'haviri^ bu'r frienc)'dHcl'c'u'sfci- n mers come Into the banic to tcill< ove'V tlieir'firoB-' lems. _ " < •'*"• We have ample funds avaiiaiiie for the various loans:— '••• , PERSONAL Lt)ANS "" AUTOMOBILE LOANS .. LIFE INSURANCE LdXWs 1 CITY PROPEflfY LOANS FARM LOANS'* ' '•' - if We would appreciate an opportunity of discussing with you any loan problem which you may have. SrS-.^t^if i SAVINGS BANK BURT, IOWA " \'$ M. E.' Rac'hui. Pres. fl.,A. Thom^W' dashW R. I. Mawdsley. Vice-Pres'. V. L. Lovsia'd. Asst. Cash. 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