The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1948 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 17, 1948
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\J\ r *i tW A * V >?f:;fr/^ *»v > * ' •"-, •' f > 'i -'• > wf 'fw;*™ • "< j, 'v*p '/- .•"'*;,^ 4 -*j?^ -' " ','•>'' '"* ~ -'%^ »'" .. t S Ikorraine Sodefoerg Bridd ' ~'Klccke On — LorVai'tie-' Elsie, daughter F;,p£ Mr. -and Mrs." Herman -Socler- I'- & el \ f -? om nol ' th of Bul % became I, the bride- of Glert 6: Klocke. son I;.- of Mr. and tytrs. A. G. Klocke of K> Lakofa, in a ceremony performed I; Saturday, Feb. 14, at 8 p, m. at Ivthe Immanuel Lutheran church at Bancroft. .Rev. A. M. Young'- quisl performed the i# ^- . fir liS?- V '!W periormeo, ine S weddfeig dsfemohy, 'with about 70 j.gupsts m ap&Jdance. >• "" I Th&brldd is a graduate of Burt 'high in the class of ,1942, and'the i.'groonvis/a 1940 graduate from .akota high. He also attended ifartburg college at Waverly. Mrs.jSlarence Schwartz, sister '"--'- from Blue Earth, .bride's ^.attendant. |c ffie .SSrfdEPatlendqd' th£°groom. II The double ring ceremony was reused. ' •• " Marvin Klocke and Jerome Soderberg were ushers. ' Miss'-Marjorie Nelson sang' be- 'f fnl y the ceremony, and Miss K Florence' Schutter sang at the close of the ritual. A, reception was held at the Burt Hotel after the ceremony. Following a week's honey- t moon, the couple will farm" north |> of'Ledyard,' starting after'March *• ., ^ i. i, Arrives in Alaska-^:' Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDonald ; received a telegram 'Wednesday . saying that their daughter Doro, thv had arrived at Anchorage, , Alaska. She flew from Tacoma. Wash., to Anchorage, where she pxpects to find employment, f While at Tacoma she visited the "following former Burt friends. Mrs. Sara- Schroeder Priest, Mrs. L&ta Olson Meyer, and Mrs. Luella Weiske- Bauer. / ne "by. Tom Godden Home— Tom Godden, arrived, 1 - he ambulance ^Wefinesd'ay $ Iowa City, where; h£ had ' ucc ,. a patient at the- University hospital for some weeks;'' Before that; he" was a patient at the Park hos- "•pitaHn'Mason'City. He is much improved in health. *y.'F.""wr Auxiliary— ' Th^ Auxiliary of the- V. F. . -. .. entertained, the members of the \vent to Estherville Wednesday .to see their daughter • Mrs.-vEd. Stewart of Swea City and . the new grandson, Charles Williams, who was born at the Holy-Family hospital there Monday evening. The other grandg«m*-,Mich- ael is staying With theSElVidges, while his mother is fh tfie' hospital. » ! C> JThe V. E.'W. Auxiftary-nieels Tuesday evening, Feb. 17. Mrs. Fred LaVrenz and Mrs,,Paul Olson are the hostesses. " ' Burt friends learned last week that Mrs. M. M. ChipmahMf Dolliver had entered the HoW* Family hospital at Esthervillp Tuesday, .suffering - from hcaJLfrou- ble. She recently, returner from Mafshalltqwn, where she had been helping care for her mother,- who is. very ill. \ Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lockwood visited Mr,' Lockwood's mother, Mrs. Emma Lockwood, at Hardy, Thursday.- She is confined to her bed by illness. . •,,..«„, Mrs. C. H. Schrader entertained, the Legion Auxiliaryfe't* the monthly sewing meeting last Wednesday afternoon. x Mrs. Arie Dittmer and -Mrs. Harold Holmgren attended a Farm Bureau project meeting at Seneca last Wednesday."" 1 . Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McWhorter left Wednesday with their .trailer for^an extended trip id Arizona and other points. The Friendly Foun. club 'met Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Kenneth Strayer's. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Long are parents of a daughter, born Tuesday. Feb. 10. This -.makes four girls for the Longs. Mrs. Jay D. Graham' went lo Mason City Wednesday -aftd on -Thursday left from Jhere for Minneapolis, to spend a cotiple of weeks at the home of h ' was baptized in church.. Burt Presbyterian Church Ray K, Hill, Minister Sunday, February 22:10:00 a, m. -Morning worship. Sermon: "He fhat HearethT" 11:00 a. m, Sunday school. Adult topic, "All One in Christ." 6:30 p. m. Intermediate Westminster Fellowship. Leader, Deloris Trunkhlll. 7:30 p. m. Senior .Westminster Fellowship. Thompson, Leader, Richard ter,-Mrs/Paul Bey, and , lugh- ifte the iftV , —^— T _ „„.* ^.r^jjj M 4» w tipaxjftf njc acquaintance of a new gjaftSson. John Groen was able/to *rolurn to school'fWednesday after being absent following a recent? appendectomy. Mrs. E^ C. Schwietert" returned from Rochester, Minn., Wedncs- 'day, where she had been";a"' -patient for several weeks following an operationr £*; "^r^lli. and-^Circle mg *" '" """' """'' la; 1 ' On February 12, 65 members and friends were reported as having 1 finished their reading of the Gospel of John. . The Methodist Church Burt, Iowa William S. Handy, Pastor Visits Burt. la., Feb. 18-22, 1948 high school assembly: Wednesday, Feb. 18: 1:45 p, -m., high school assembly: "Three Gears for The Red White and Blue," , ' - '• 730 p. m., at Methodist church: "Right This Way Everybody." Inspirational address with pictures. All the church welcome. Thursday, Feb. 19: 2:30 p. m., W. S. C. S. Guest day. The Woman's Societies invited. "We Set Candles Shining." 7:30 p. m. Youth Night, age limit 9 to 100 years. "The Whole Armor." Youth Jrusaders in action. Members ol Youth Societies' invited. Friday: Feb.' 20: / 7:30 p. m. MenV Night (ladie expected too. "A Visual Quiz. No refrigerators given away, "A Rhapsody in Iowa." Iowa skylines from river to river woven together in an introduction to Iowa's second century. Sunday, Feb. 22: 10:00 a. m., Sunday school. 11:00 a. m., 'Morning Worship. . ., "A Key to the Situation." First Convalesces^ . Mr. ''' ' -'• . der, spent 'a- week ago S \ the parental G. O. M Mr. and Mrs. 8:00 p. m., grand finale, in Peace." , The Mission, Study group .of the W. S. C. S. will meet at the home 'of Miss Lulu Hawcott Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2:15 p. m. Burt Firemen Eat Oyster Stew ' Burl—The Burt - Firemen met Wed., Feb. 11, for an oyster stew. Guests were'.Mayor-Graham, and the "city countjil. -Di*. R'.,'H. Thomp\*. ftbrihtlHrtFibiailVf-Uhif' v PU£^Rhhx!i^u& — r, r^t'i. —- ; ft— ' -• i "IB P> -, -.j Mrs'.,;;I: L, Milieu went home. „«. aii u IYUS. «n,Bi'oen ™ Fo £rDod{?e4Wednesda;jr; to see Leeck also'spent Sunday-Mehing Mrs. Millers grandmother 1 . Mrs, there. ' , ' **$ ' 6 ill f\f ' TJTrt *ir\1 r\r\]r ...!-. ** 1 ._ 11 —_ '"IV/T-Mn TOJ — .. 1 T _ .. . "V ?« * T ^ _• Gill of' Havelock, who / Underwent an/-operation at the'Mercy hospital- 1 '^ Fort 'Dodge..recently. The MdlJer^Xv^ere, to . luring her here "Saturday to " convalesce at their' World, Prayer Meeting— A "fair crowd attended the ser- vice.for the World Day of Prayer " ^Friday,' which was'held at the Methodist parsonage. It was in ' charge -of- the.-Spiritual Life com- mitte^o'^.W-, S. C: S. VariCQse,-yejn; Operation—, Mi%7, Robert 'Harvey went to Fort|.jDodge- Wednesday, where she was', k 0per^ted' upon for,-varicose -'veins "orr- Thursday. Mr t Harvey went down for the operation.' Walther League -Meets— jj# The Lutheran Walther League; 5? met Thursday • 'evening with if Pods Kickbush .-and'- Gale Carl• son as hostesses/' -,: Oil Dealer Meet— 'The 1 Standard Oil dealers pf this district had a meeting and supper at ,the Burt hotel Friday 'Mrs. Edmund Larson aSa^Mrs. Franz Teeter were gues«jHrthc Doan church W. S. C. S.,''---"' — Thursday afternoon, wh' „-„„„ held at the Harvey Larson home. „ Circle. B of the Pxesbytei-ian Woman's Circle -will meet Wednesday afternoon with- MI;S; R. J. Nealy instead of Mrs, H.'O. *Buell as Mrs/Buell is ill. ,,,,-. Mrs. John, Sdott accompanied Swea City friends to Mason City Friday. •«-,.' jl St. John's/ Lutheran Church Ferdinand Keith, Pastor / Burt, Iowa , ' • , The second ,in a series of Lenten services will j be - held- on Wednesday evening, Feb.|vl8. beginning at 8:00,* • *£* Sunday,, February 22:' 9^45—Sunday school :'agdt Bible class. 10:307—Divine s<?r.v4ce, ' 3:30—The., Hour •(WCAL-).'?'''- , i ^ On February g Duane Carl, son ! Mr. and- Mrs. Rudolph Peter, L * v % i ' ;" t • .^ »> l ' ,. , —_,„,—hut*entertainecl 15 '-.gfrls and,'-Miss Vefna, Lat-sen 'last Ftiday-afternoon in Honor of her daughter Sheila'sV eleventh bii;thday. '. - - ;- •'-,' , \Mr. and Mrs. Ed.--Sjtewart, Swea City, became the parents of their second son 'Monday/ Feb. 9 at Estherville. - He .weighed 10 pounds and , has been namecL Charles William. ^Michael is stay-, ing in Burt with his grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Ross Elvidge. Mrs. Laura Chubb, Algona, is spending Thursday with Mrs, Donald Patterson and Mrs, Bert Palmer is ' visiting^ Mrs. Kirby Smith. . ^ Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf and Barbara spent the weekend' in Ring^ steel, visiting her sister, -Mrs. Roy Peterson and family, Mr, Rings-, dorf and son Gene went for his. family on Sunday, ' "'' , — - . H , <f Polio Contributions Wesley—Fifty-six dollars a'm sixty cents were 'contributed t the polio fund in Wesley through the jnilk bottle fund and contri buttons from various organiza ';ions, .Whittemore — Mfi t and Mfg. Aethur Zinnell, o/ West ' fflsnd f wete pleasantly surprised ThlfM- day evening at the home of tfeie son-in-law and daughter,'Mr. and, Mfs. Victor pau, w,heri the DaUs' invited about 55. guests foi? a."sev* ett. ofclodk dinner in honor of the, Zinnells' 4ffth wedding. annlver* satyr and the D'aus' I4th Weddlrti date. A thi?ee«tiered wedding cake centered th£ table of'the two honored couples, teinimed itt ri^by and white, Present were Mr. and Mfs. August Schaefer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 'Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry 1 21n- Jlell, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ziii- hell, all of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. John BanWart and family, Rodman; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnell, Mr. and Mrs*, -Edwin Berninghaus and family, Ottosen; Mr, and Mrs. Louis Zinnell and family, Cylinder; Mr, and Mrs. Orville Banwart and family, and Miss Irene Van Horn, Emmetsburg: Mr. and Mrs. John Zinnell, Worthington, Minn.; and Mrs. Anna Dau, Whittemore. 1. ; evening was spent playing -ards which was followed later itf a lun.h. Tar. and Mrs. Alvin Zinnell • otn Wilmington, • 111., called by telephone later the same evening and congratulated their parents, as they could not be present. Both couple were presented with a purse, and "many presents. 1 Years '!'£ , /„ '' Proyitfg that^some times^superstition is 1 oYe#-d6he,-'members' of ; We-',13 club,";at Leon celebrated Jhe 50th anniversary of-that organization .there recently. I Mfs. Sam Darrah"; wife,of Le6ri's former superintendent of schools, is :he only surviving charter member of the group. She now p lives in nirlaKnmo ' '•' " in Quarter Million State Gas Tax hid By County State gasoline tax collections, also refunds for non-highway pur- Pjses set a record high mark in 1947 for the state in general. In Kossuth county collections for 1947 wei-e. $65,277 more than the previous'year when they totaled $118,378.12. To that amount was added $'69,736,22 which was FOR SALT - GRAIN YOU KNOW! FEED-COAL BURT CO-OP. ELEVATOR Mixers of Felco Feeds Phone 35 Fiery'Cistern •Fire trucks seldom are calle'd to put out a fire in a cistern, 'fiu't it happened near Breda, last week. While thawing out ' the pump. A few hours later the building housing the cistern caught fire. Tree Fell, Lyle IvrcCuJley of Albia suffered injuries recently when a tree fell on him during a logging operation near Indianola. McCulley had climbed into a walnut tree that had lodged in falling and was trying to. loosen it, when it gave way suddenly. SANFORIZED OVERALLS IORED TQ FIT Proportioned to Let LenrtK SCHRADER'S HARDWARE BURT and premitted in a lump sum to the treasurer's office on Jan. 1, ,1947. ! For 1J)47 ealleciiong irt, tk* 1 county amounted to $283,i 391.34. Figures for fefuttdS : were not available for they \ are not on file locally. For Algona collections for 1947 were $6,110.91 ai'.d .frorh July ,.1945 through Nov. 1946 they were $8,537.14. Gas tax collections in Iowa started in 1925 at 2c a gallon. In 1927 it increased to 3c and in 1945 it went up lo 4c. WANT ADS BRING RESU^tS. BRING YOUH 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, Fowa Is Guest I County Supt. Lauriyehvleft this [Thursday hioBtting for towa. State college, Am«s»> where he is 'on 'the annual Farm and Home week program for an address on school problems. Insurance Farm Liability Automobile Pickups Trucks and fractal's see NELS j. NELSON PHONE; 1&9 Burr, Iowa 'He'll Get Along All Right- 'Because His ^JWULj f l&*Gtim?ng!*FfQm' \£>,i Cream Station For Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trpilers) NEW. f IRES—BAttERIES ' GARAGE SERVICE -See— CLIFF HOLDINC5 Burt—Phone 165 AUvcrttsampflt Rom where I sit ... 0 £ Marsh Free Ride For on the Freedom Train J We had a rea.1 thrill in Our T&wn just the other day—when the Freedom Train stopped by! You've heard about it, of course —an actual train that's touring , the .country to remind us again * Vhat true ,.DeirfacrMy xl means. It carries such Americana as the ..Declaration of Independence, the .3511 of Rights, and other immortal documents that guarantee every citizen his liberty, s A great idea! And front where I sit, we're all riding along with that Freedom Train—right now—by liv- :.'* '• ' "•''- '" ,- ing in a country that protects our individual liberties—whether they apijly. to our right to vot^, to choose our church, to speak our minds, or enjoy a glass of beer with friends. Only thing is—we've got to prove ourselves worthy, of the ride ... by guarding zealously against whatever forces of intolerance encroach upon our American concepts of live-and-let-live, in a free and strong Democracy T Copyright, ifltfffnliti'S&tgl-Bfewers Foundation' DEMONSTRATJ IN 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on FRIDAY, For The First Time A Hearing Aid. That Is Also A Tiny Wedf- able Radio Set'In One^Arhek* ing Combindtloh! Onbeljevi ablelSee it! Hear Iff, " ' ', i Mr, Joseph Harlow,,A Gfadu-" ale Acoustician, sneetel'fv 'ftis's*' lecied and trained con, world's fitst' manufacturer "6f 4 . . hearing aids, wiiljBe-itt|jllgdrtii on Friday, Feb. 2d;'18'o'¥0r freS examinations and demonstrations of Acbusiieori's'ri&U?y i in*; vention to the hard of hearing from 9 A.M, lo' 1 P.M., at lh«- Algona, Hotel. ' •> The new Hearing Aid and Radio combination presents' many of the things the. hard; 6f hearing have been seeking. It is a very smalj instrument wilft batteries 'enclosed? '.makihg- it convenient'and lighl lo cartjt* II is light, slim, and beautiful, making it attractive ,to, wear, It offers an etehedVclariiy of 'tone thai is hard, ip imagine because • it picks up evert a whisper yet fades background noises as if smothered by' a. blanket of velvet. , .;. The makers of ihisi'new da.--' Velopmenl'say 1 this n«w heat*, ing aid and radio combination, has been regarded as a miracle wherever Jshown .and ..many people with normal hearing are wearing Ihem as well as those who need a hearing correction. The Hard of > Hearing empha-' size the clear hearing they Have, adquired with the new marvels All of the hard of hearing are urged to attend the free- demonstration on Friday, Feb".: 20 at the Algona Hotel and try the, new Acousticon Miracle Hearing Aid -and Radio 1 for^ themselves wilhoul cost or ob-,1 ligaiion. A 'few- private" appointments in' homes will be arranged for those who "cannot attend in, person. Send for.'free book. ~ ',\ ACOUSTICON Qf '* DES MOINES ] 517 Fifih; Avenue / "» Des Moines, Iowa " 3 —Adv. I WANT ADS 'BHINGfftBESUI/] IF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT IT _ Gets Broken Leg Mr," and Mrs, G, H, MfcMullen went to Paton Thursday to visit Mr. McMullen's mother, who, recently suffered a - broken" leg, They returned Friday, Bjrlhd^v C}ufc Hpstegs^- ' Mrs, R, A.-Bleieh'ente>t3inj?4 the Bjrthday, Circle Thursday a f- J. P.. Quningham ,- was - peripusly ill on Thursday plub met with, Mrs- IN THE MOOD Pf|!LfRY RAISERS 9.u f i^ in. the moocl or npt, it is time Vf ><g»lbe ^«ocl business to.order so^n^wh§ther yovwant them in ' H? Ip.yqwr Kflt«herymqn to do ^w; tt will pqy ..... If, y^w w«nr w S|KPHQ/ HUSK? CHICKS BRID tq d^ci Mg j,o(? fg|yow with thf strongest liv^ Ability' pwantfi yew h«y§ ever been offered^then we would Jike to do business with ' ' ! '' are well equipped to start yoMr chieks -••' * ' '"V <- ***•» ^7,1-1 * ^i^v"^ AtiST q^*-n . l j . BURT SAVINGS BANK • •""'-' ^ ^^- r- ' ' ?• Frtlen Water Pipes 1 ; •",'•"'' r ' ' ' * Thawed 'jllndergrou^e} Electrically ( Westinghouse Appliances MITCHELL of BANK NOTES ' ' ' ' Indispensable to the profitable operation ctfmvojr business; to.the. proper maintenp 'ef r«cor^s? t9 the general welfare «f in a £food bt»nk, . i •<*-' ef this Artificial insemination Service Offers You These Opportunities: l.Thfrcost of breeding yoyr herd maybe reduced very materially. At, presenr'jir.ices of $ grain and hay it.eosts $175 per, ys^air fq^ feed.and labor to keep ( 'a b'up Iri addition*^ to thts, you musf have an.,ini«sfrri,(e,nl: o| at leagf $?00 in,a;by|l a,t prese'|t beef prices^ f Disregarding the irtyestnjenfeost, yoa.stilr- have- a cost of $17.5a per eq^v'in a 10-cow- ^ herd. The same" herd ca^i be bred artificially for, $70, or $7 per cow. „/ - '.. *'' '> 2. .The danger of. keeping, 0 dairy, bull op. the far.m is eljminate4,sinee no Bull is needed, $} Many men. are, gored to;death each year by dairy bulls. Wjth artificial-insemination ^ this can't; happen to. you. . ", ' ' . _ \ v\ ( "'«. -i $;>-';*. '»'• : * 3. \fou may, improve the: producing, ability of .your dairy herd by using the'superior. ?J sires available frqriyow bull 'stud. In NeW-.Jerse^ the firs! 120 artificial f daughters 4'1 tested produced 42.2 funds' of butter fat more than, their, dams, The daugrfterVpro- & >• duced 329.9 pounds of butterfat, the darns 287.7 pounds butterfat. '"*, '. ; <f| Fr> another state the firs* 117 artificial 'd aughters produced 29,1 pounds .of bilferfaf f mqre thqn tfteir djgm*. ; lhe dayghters; produced, 29.1 pounds of butterfat mpretthan " their darns. The daughter? produced 442.1 pounds of butterfat and the-darns pro. dweed 413 pounds bytterfat: -> ; . • . . .' ; >V ; : •<, ,4. It is a means of avoiding crossbreeding^ if you have rnere than one breed it»-y<jur, herd. 1. Mjocqting, «owa thqf heat>and calling the technician before .10(00 a.m. 'if'they are^be^tedtbqtd^y;- ' » 4 2. Paying tte t»<;hn«i(!i> promptly for his vyor.lj/ . * »* I'',/", m

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