The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1948 · Page 10
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UAifl6rt8 Upper Pa* Moines Tuesday, February 10,t$48 75 Attend Burt Shower Honoring Mary Lee Wolf Burt: About 75 ladies attended th« shower given at the Burl hotel, Thursday afternoon, in honor of Mary Lee Wolf. Mis Erna Baars sang a solo, and the Burt high school sextette, consisting of Shirley Lockwood, Marilyn Ditsworth, Helen Gettman, Mary Lou Shipler, Jane Keith and Jeannette Horstman sang three numbers. Evelyn Becker played for the musical quiz that was conducted, in which Mrs. Calvin won the prize. Miss Wolf was being married Monday, February 9. at Carroll to Louis Lauritzen of Audubon. Attend Band Clinic The members of the Burt high school band and Mrs. J. D. Peters will attend a band clinic in Forest City Wednesday. February 11. ' Beverly Ditsworth, Marilyn Ditsworth and Shirley Lockwood are playing in the massed band, and the students who will have solos in' music contest are playing for criticism. Is a Bridesmaid Carolyn Haase, who teaches in Allison, spent the weekend over February 1 at home so that she could serve as her cousin's bridesmaid. Her brother Emil Jr. acted as an usher. Mr. Haase and other members of the family also attended the wedding tha't was held in Emmetsburg. Entertain at Dinner Hal -Sailor entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner at the Burt -hotel Tuesday evening in honor of the girls', and boys' basketball teams. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Officer. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Anderson and Paul Bolie were also guests. Goes to Alaska Dorothy McDonald left last week for Anchorage, Alaska, where she expects to remain and go to work. At present she is visiting in Tacoma and Seattle. Wash., and will fly to Anchorage soon from Seattle. So. Dakota Visitor E. H. Millen, Mitchell. S. Dak., came Friday to spend the weekend visiting Mrs. Al Staehle. Alviha Haase was greatly surprised on her birthday February 2. when In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Fred Habegar and family and Mr. and-'Mrs. Wm. Madsen and family arrived with a huge birthday cake and -all the trimmings and spent the* evening. The Burt Woman's club met Mondav evening at the home of Lulu Hawcott with Mrs. F. L. Pratt assisting. Mrs. H. Fl. Rachut conducted the meeting on The Economics of Today's Buving, by Brand Names Foundation. Inc. An article on "The American Woman and Foreign Trade"/ bv Paul Hoffman was rend by Nelle Dremmel. Mrs; Tom Trenary entertained Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill. Mrs. Jess McDonald and Mrs. Ross Elvidge at bridge Friday afternoon. Eastern Star meets Tuesday evening, February 10. for the Ceremony of Initiation. J. L. Miller will receive the degrees. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Baer have named their new son James David. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nestor of Worthington, Minn., were weekend guests of Mrs. Nestor's parents, the F. L. Pratts. Sundav evening Mr. • and Mrs. C. C. Smith were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pratt. Betty Hutzell entertained the members of the Bide of Bye- Bridge club at her home Thursday evening. Mrs. Jess McDonald and Mrs. Claude Sigsbee were guests. Mrs. George Manns won high score and Mrs. Glen Hutzell. low. Dorothy Lewis' many Burt friends will be sorry to len'-n that, she is down again with rheumatic fever. She lives in Algruia but spends a great deal of her time in Burt visiting her brother Bob Lewis and family and -has been working in, the cream station on Saturdays for many weeks now. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dundas and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Griese were Thursday evening guests of the Dr. R. J. Dundas's in Armstrong. Mr., and Mrs. G. O. McFarlanfl were Thursday guests of their daughter Mrs. Cecil Long and family of near Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Johnson and family of Bancroft will be movuig to Burt directly as they have rented the house formerly occupied by Mrs. Dora Armstrong. Mrs. Wayne Mann spent the weekend in Des Moines, where she Visited Myrtle Dahl and also attended the capping services of the purses class of which the Mann daughter Joan, is a mem- beV. She is in training in Iowa Lutheran Hospital in Des Moines. The Burt Independents won by 8 score of 53 to £7 in their game With the Lone Rock Independents,* Monday evening at Lone Hfefman flachut and Nels Nelson etfe'nded the Fire Mutual and fprnsdo. Insurance .Co convention thst was held m Cedar st week. , WWtehiP fe Who at* spent the weekend with his wife. I Jim Woltz, Holland Christensen and Leslie Graham, all students at Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with their respective parents. Al Hincldey, Judy and Larry and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Holding, Larry and Bruce went to Wells Sunday to sec Mrs. Hinckley.who is convalescing from an operation at the home of her sister, Mrs. Henry Sauke. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Shipler of Ledyard were Sunday guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf. Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bussie. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich, and Mr. and Mrs. Odcy Cherland. Mrs. R. J. Nealy entertained a group of girls at dinner Tuesday evening in honor of her niece Jeannette's 16th birthdav. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gettman and family were visitors in Mason City Sunday. About 25 friends charivaried the newlyweds. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sorenson, Thursday evening. The Methodist Church Burt., Iowa William S. Handy. Pastor The World Day of Prayer will be observed by the Burt W. S. C. S. at a special meeting to be held at the parsonage on Friday. February 13. 1948. The program which is being used by the women of many denominations and many countries is "The World at Prayer." It has been prepared by three American women of The World Day of Prayer committee of the United Council of Church Women. The choir will meet at the parsonage Wednesday evening. Sunday, Feb. 15, 1948: Sunday school. 10 a. m. Special topic, "Giving Life". Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sermon by the pastor. •M. Y. F. hour, 8:00 p. m. W. S. C. S. Prayer and Mission Circle Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2:30 p. m. at the home .of Miss Lulu Hawcott. St. John's Lutheran Church Wednesday ; evening Lenten services will be conducted, beginning at'8 p. m. The general theme of the sermons will be, "Scenes From the Passion Story." The first service will bo on Ash Wednesday, February 11. The Walther Leaguers " will meet on Thursday evening. 8:00. Sunday, February 15: / 9:45—Sunday school and Bible class. 10:30—Divine service. Burt Presbyterian Church Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, February 15 10:00 a. m. Morning worship. g Sermon, "Gleaning or Harvesting"? 11:00 a. m. Sunday school. Adult topic, "Power Through the Holy Spirit. 6:30 p. m. Intermediate Westminster Fellowship. Leader, Palma Joy Olson. 7:30 p. m. Senior Westminster Fellowship. Leader, Jane Kieth. The Gospel of John campaign will continue for five weeks 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 SCHRADER'S HARDWARE BURT FOR SALT - GRAIN YOU KNOW! BMRT CO-OP, ILIVATOR MUers of Felco Feeds Phone 35 Amvet Ladies At Ledyard Convene LEDYAHD—The Amvet Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Carl Burrows Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 3, with Mrs. Paul Gelhaus and Mrs. Glenn Burrows as assisting hostesses. A good crowd attended and plans were made to do some hospital sewing, stuff toys, and sew carpet rags. A boJf f§ &e* ing made ready fora naet^QMSSk- family in Athens. A J hlefe Itifich was served by the hostesses. Eager Beavers, LuVerne, Meet. Ltf VERME—The LuVerne fidget- Beavers mel In the 1 home-of the Clarkcn brothers. The regular business meeting was held. Foiest Ives, ot Algoha was present and furnished them with-papers ne'd- cssary for their record <b'ooks7 \ A talk was giyen by Gary. Black. After the meeting adjotorn-i ed a lunch was served." 8 pz, SANFORIZED OVERALLS:TAILORED TO FIT Botly Lengths Proportioned to Leg Length DUY YOUR CORRECT SIZE For Maximum Comfort* Longer Service, Better Appearance BURT Mrs. Charles Stratton,'Burlington, is at the home 'Of, her moth-i ( Drop In at I\»»FISHER'S CAFE v and : Get One of Her Good, ; Old-Fashioned ' '.' MEALS « in Burt' VislWfl'on a {with * ffioir .e^-'^S.-^l'Wi^Wnl^n'l 'i^heiplnf'tfete foJMtgf fthut-'ttftr Drlfs'ife • Nofah& who • Has^beMn ? 11 •ing" 'the ^^ie'n^'fiM'tha'td'e'itriby'eS hTs 'garage,' ' •> < ,', MrSjjMHrlift' Mlft'ders, <M£ artd ; Mi's'. 'feftiMd • LeDftfc." fend ' baby dairghteY^Bafbaffr Ann,- - all. ol 'Britt, were recent visitors' With |thelr -fttother, "grandmother • and •great^grandmother,,- Mfs. firusie •Noble. i Mr;'and-Mrs. -Elfeo ' LeWefkS and children of Ottosen, 'MV. a"hd Farm Lidbility Automobile. Piddrps trucks . H- and / ffditors > i » see NELSJ. NELSON , PHONE 159 Burt, Iowa For Livestock Trucking , (2 semi-trailers) NEW TIRES— BATTERIES GARAGE SERVICE —See— CLIFF Burt Phone 165: Right at this time of the year our friends are making their plans for the coming crop season and are, making arrangements for^tbe ' come .in and by. coming directly to the point— we would appreciate having our friend and customers come into the bank to talk over their problems. We have ample funds available for the various loans:— PERSONAL LOANS AUTOMOBILE LOANS LIFE INSURANCE LOANS CITY PROPERTY LOANS FARM LOANS We would appreciate an opportunity of discussing with you any loan problem which you may have. 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