The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1948 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 24, 1948
Page 13
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,u r Ladies Lecture And: 7%# Mi fiurf Burl—About 100 ladies attended 'the 1 Methbdisl W.S.C.S'. guest dSy tea, Thursday afternoon at /Which the Rev. John Clinton, who •was- holding a series of 'special rnee'tings at the Methodist church, was speaker. A short devotional se^vicS* was conducted by Mrs. Walter Campney, president, Mrs. C;,B/ Ghlphian, and Mrs. W. S. Hatlfly., Bfli Cljhton spoke on the topic: "We S£t'.Candles Burning" illustrating his talk with many color. ed pjciures. He suggested marty service projects that Women's Societies could .undertake. His ad- drJMS' was entertaining and inspir- atiofial. After * the meeting the crowd gathered in the church parlors, "where>a tea Was served. Mrs. Walter Campney and Mrs. G. H. McMullen poured at the prettily decorated tea table. ! Ladies were 'present from Fenton, Ledyard, Lakota, Titonka. Whittemore, Good Hope and Doan churches, also from the'lo- cal Presbyterian and Lutheran churches. School Notes ' ' ' Tuesday afternoon the Student Council is sponsoring its 5th assembly 'program of the year. The program lealures "Barbarita," famous ; Spanish dancer, who presents the "Dance of Mexico" with its,, Spanish background. "In her performance, which is given in gorgeous costume, Barbarita includes many of the most famous Mexican and Spanish- dances. A- lon'g with the dances Barbarita tells the fascinating story and background of the music and dance of these people, tracing their history from the time of the Greeks, Moors and. Africans,, she tells of the coming of the Spanish into Mexico under Cortez, of the ritual dances of the Aztecs accompanied by, strange Indian in- stru r ments, and finally' of the merging of the Spanish and In- 1 dian influences in Mexico.' Special emphasis is given the \Fiestas, anS important part of Mexican life. ' ' Honor Roll Posted ,The semester iionor roll has been posted. All those having a * B-average'or above for the first ^sfftSSSteBSaTSfihc'ruded.' Those list' ed^'fifthe Toll include:'seniors— Beye'rly. -DitSwortli, 'Marilyn Ditsworth, Jim 'Garman, Helen Grahan—and Jane Keith. Juniors —Marlene Dremmel, Joan, ;Mc- Whprter, Joyce Ryerson,'Leonard ' Ste'hzel. Sophomores — LaVonne Bleich, Caradene Koepke, Harriet Greise, Ethel, Lampke 1 , Lay- toil,,. 'Rash, Richard /rhotnpson, Freshmen — Yvonne Ditsworth, Palma Joy Olson, Jo Ann Schneid- er, Velma Weiske, Marie Young. Junior hi: 8th grade—Eu Claire Meyers. Seventh grade—Rochelle 1 * Andrews,- Esther Hasse, Harriet Lpng, Mary Officer, Maxine Rieb- hofff Phillip Soderberg, Madonna Vdgel, Myrna Weiske. Presbyterian Meeting Officers ana members of the v i Presbyterian' church met Thursday,, Feb. 19 t ' for a covered dish dinnen Following the dinner calling teams, were organized and the balance of the evening was spent in' .' making, calls in the hpmes in Burt cornmunity, Callers, stressed'" Christian decision, church membership, and participation in the Gpspel, of John Reading Campaign, , Have HambOrger ', Fry - v The Intermediate Westminster Fellowship met at the Presbyterian", church on Wednesday even- ing, Feb. 18, for a hahv4 followed by Valefitine ar Washington games. ?,M| sistfttg' with the me.arv F ger fry IGeorge Ws" Ray Drem,mel and Mrs. Ivan Long, who were presented with handkerchiefs.'' Prizes Were won by' Delores Trunkhilj, Rftl?0rt Angus, Donald 'Straycfjf? Michael Scott, arfd" Harriet Laife&! Those present Were Robert Arfgus, Charlotte Drerrimel, JeanjfS.cjritt, Delores Trunkhill, P4lm| 'JoTOison, Dfelor'es Strayer, "Harriet Long. Donald Strayer, Michael Scott, Lar'r'y Strayer, Rev. arid Mrs. Ray Hill. 25th Anniversary,' Last- Tuesday was Mr. and Mrs. W. W. BoettcHet's 25th wedding anniversary. That afternoon Mrs. Boettcher entertained -a 1 , few neighbor ladies, and'in'the even-' ing they were dinner" guests at the C. C. Srnith hprbe in honor* of the occasion—Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dilgan, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert, ^Mf.-and Mrs. Charles, Scott, Mr 1 , and Mrs. Fern Drone, Mr, and M^s. O. H. Graham, arid Mr. artd Mi's. Wayne Jones, Bancroft 1 , gathered at the Boettcher home for a celebration. SALT - GRAIN YOU KNOW! FJEED-COAL BURJ CO-OP, EJLEVATOR s pf Fejeo Feeds Phpnt' 3$ Mrs. Staehle. Courtesies Mrs. Albert, Staehle was honor guest at her Circle meeting, which was held at the Tdm Trenary ho'me' Wednesday afternoon. She;was presented with a farewell gift. The same evening about a dozen ladies gathered at her-home as-a farewell courtesy to her. This group also presented her with a gift. Lichler Dinner Guests ' Eiirtday dinner guests at the Dr. M. I. Lichter home included Mr. and'Mrs. W. D. Howiej, r Emmets r burg, and Henry LichteP'cftid son, George, Algona. The^linjner was' in honor of the birtK|J,ayff' of Mr, Howie, Henyy Lich^er' and the Lichte'r's son, Ray. Are Guests At Scotts The Charles'Scotts, had the following as dinner guests last Tuesday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan, Mr. arid MrsV'C fi. Sigsbee, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf/ and Mr. and^Mrs. R. F. Elvidge. ? Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Cunnihg- hampEJmore, ,Minn., visitfld Wednesday" at" the' J. P. Cunningham home. They also called atifthe F. O. Stow*and L. R. Doniels homes. Mr. and Mrs. JR. JyjNealy attended' a dinner and Salsbury educational meeting * at' 1 Spencer- Wednesday evening. , . ,, Dr. Bahne K, Bahnson 1 returned the first- of the -week from Rochester, Minn., where he°had been with his father, who, underwent arid -operation, there. '' Wm, Hoffman and son, Herbert, Eagle Grove, and Mrs/ .Lester Bonstetter, Corwith spent Tue's- day at-the W.'J. Lockwood ihome. Mr. Hoffman is Mrs. 'Lockwood's father, and Mrs. Boftstetfer her! sister. , ^ . .,, Merwyn Paine, son'of'Mr. and' Mrs. E. E, Paine, who has been located- in- Des Moines, is being transferred to Detroit, Mich, Mrs. Ajcel Anderson is confined to her, home with tonsilitis. Roy Ollom returned hon\6jMon- day from Des Moines, v \ppire he had expected to enter th$$v'ete,r- an's hospital, He was taKep seriously» illy about an hwv alfpr vf e- turning' home. He suffers with ulcers of the,',stomach, • "* Mrs, Nora Garner and Ernestine. Leeck took M,rs, Nettie Fisher*to PottSdam, Miftn., a week agb Sunday, where she spent a week with relatives. On the way home the car skidded on ice and hit a railing ove'r a viaduct near Austin, Minn; The caT was damaged considerably, but the lad\es were not hurt! • . Mrs. H. L. Sauerman, Sparta t Wis., came last Monday to 1 spend a week with her mother,, Mrs, AU bert Staehle. E; H. Millen, Mitchell, S. D., arrived Friday. Lorena and John Riebhoff surprised their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.-E. Riebhoff,' by arriving home Thursday evening for a weekend, visit and to help their mother celebrate her.birthddy on Friday. They returned about a week ago from a two week^ tour with the Moi'ningside College choir. They sang ih seven different states, going ag far south as Dallas, Texas. The Emil Hasses were at Ayrshire a week ago Friday evening helping Mrs, Will Maroscheck celebrate her birthday. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Olson have a new grandchild, a daughter born Tuesday, February 17, to Mr, and Mrs. Bill Martinson, Madison, Wis. • Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Lichter returned last week Monday from a two week's trip on which they attended rodeos, at Fort Worth and Houston, Texas, also to points n Louisiana; Tennessee, Mississippi and Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynch, Lone Rock and Dr. H. R. Gibson, Algona, made the trip with them. ' Mrs. Frank Hoiius has b.een confined to her home for the past six weeks suffering from a throat and gland ailme'nt, Norma Bailey spent Wednesday with Mrs. Frank Hofius who has been ill for sometime. Mrs. Harry Curtiss is up; and around after being confined to her bed for a month with flu and complications. '* Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle came home Friday from Excelsior Springs, Mo., -where they had been, having a few weeks vacation while Dr. Clapsaddle was convalescing. -Walter Campney was quite sicl*. with the flu several days, last week. Mrs. K. J. Smith and Mrs. Wallace Hawcott also have been ill with the flu; A/ew ButfClub 'Leader* Hugh McDonald,,lefi, is file recently elected president 6f ihe Burl Communify>eitibVafl<i he is showtt in the above, 016- ture with George Marius, who was named as secretary of ihe organization. , „ McDonald says thai nb.specific program for the coming yea* has-as yet b4eii worked out, but one is fprthcorhing sWily. The club' meeiS)6n'ce a month and has 38 members. Jdhn Scott is.vice president, - The sub-district M.Y.F. will hold a Rally at the Tike Skating L ik' Tuesday, March 2. St, John's ^Lutheran Church Ferdinand Re'ith, Pdstor Burt, Iowa .. The third in a series of Lenten services will be held on Wednesday evening, beginning at 8:00 Sunday, February 29: 9.45 Sunday school and Bible, class. 10:30 Divine service. 3:30 The Lutheran Hour over WCAL. The Methodist Church Burt, Iowa William S. Handy, Pastor The Fideies Class,meets ,a,t the, home of Mrs. W. S. Handy on Wednesday, Feb. 25 at 2:30 P.M. Sunday, February 29 Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Sermon by' the Pastor "The Necessity, of The Cross". M.Y.Ff 8:00 a.m.* , The W.S.C.S. will meet at the church Wednesday, March 3 at 2:15 p.m. Burt Presbyterian Church Ray K.'Hill, Minister. Sunday, February 29, will be Men's Day at the Burt Presbyterian church. All men are urg- 8 px. OVERALLS TAILORED TO FIT Body Lengths Proportioned to Leg Length BUY YOUR CORRECT SIZE For Maximum Comfort, Longer ^-''Service, Better Appearance Smith Dept. Store . BURT Drop In At, Ma Fisher's Place for a good home-cooked meal. Open from 6 a. m. to 12 p. m. MOOD i*s a tf RAISERS Wbetrier you're in t)ie mood or not/ it is tirtie and will prove to be good business to order yducchteks—;sQon~-iwhether you want thfm jri Mafch ofjJ^el Help ypur batcberyma.n ? to do a betterjob?*lor your It will f pay« e ^ If'yof^ant STRON©, HUSKY CHICKS BRiD ^ rq do fa big job f§r yeU r wltH"the strongest |jv- abillti guarantVo'yAu have ever been; off ^ sd-tlien we woy!4 like'to do bMsiness with Insurance 'Farm.Liability i. Automobile Pickups Trucks . arid Tractors*. 5 see NELS J. NELSON IJIIPJVE M 159 Burt, Iowa eel to be present anC! sit in a reserved section'or the church .auditorium at the morning worship service at 10:00 a.m. The sermon title will be "Religious' Rationing." The Westminster Fellowship will meet at the church at 7:00 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 29, to go to Algona for the address of Dr Grobie of Buena Vista College, Department of Bible. SCHRADER'S HARDWARE BURT We have the new exciting shades of Revlon Polish. Mary Lowell Easter basket 60c & 35c plus tax, Sofskin 35c plus tax Vita Fluff Cream Shampoo $1.00 plus tax Hair Brushes $2.98 plus tax Cold Waves for me Reconditioning* paif ' treatment and'sham- ,.,. ( poo $1.5.6 Dandruff treatment and sriampoo $1.5Q AMERICAN STYLE SHOP Elaine Koppen'and Ruth Meyer -PHONE 54 BURT, IOWA For Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailers) NEW TIRES—BATTERIES GARAGE SERVICE CLIFF HOLDING Burt—Phone 165 , wt iWs^helF r %. fe -, "I- * . t$$ T?'lQWAr'^ • 5" - m^:;H BANK NOTES - Indjspensable to the. 'profitable operation of a farm or business; to the proper mainten- qpce of re,{or<|sj to thf general welfare of your family is an aceowht in a good bank, ,Qn the b«s> s °^ »wr past record and our willingness to serve all of the legitimate credit riquirernerits of this community we respe«t» fully' soM your: business, * (t shallbe our corjstpr[t desift to so sen* r business that tam systerners. will re» ), «j»« v i-, ?-•* $ this bank ta fhejf friends. - * "* Wi if ,®f| I? 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