The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1948 · Page 7
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^if-f^n^f^'-f ,-* ,?; "' *?5, H w,y \hn Longs, iH-Friday was Mfc aitd T»* «76Hn Lddnc^ £ 58xn wecl* anniversary. A' piece ,„ played in their hon<sr r slatioiiH W01 at Am-es t afternoon, Mr, Long is >oor health so no eelebra* was held, Mr, and Mrs, ig came to this vicinity ftwight, 111., two years their marriage and hare it the last 56 years oft the , —ie' farm, which is C now fftffrtied by ihei* son, Mike, '1»ho"w5th is family live wiih ,them. - > r. and 'Mrs. Ralph Bristow te a business trip to the Twin fes Friday. , v, . ••. port • SALT-GRAIN YOU KNOW! FEED-COAL URT CO-OP. ELEVATQR ixers of FelcO Feeds Phone 35 Annual Guest For Burt Women I' '4 41 tl Insurance Farm Liability Autonripbile Pickups Trucks and,- * Tractors see fNELS J. NELSON ' fiurt'-The Burt Woman's held its annual- guest day party Monday evening at the school hbu^e at which the husbands and othrers Wer-e guests, A planned dinner was served by the refreshment • committee. Community sihghig followed 'after,which twB mdvies .wer'e^sho'Wn. The first gave the , hjstory,, of the Swift Packing Co. ffotn its early beginning to''the i present>time. The secdrid, which is^ent out by« Ar- mouVs,:-. demonstrated various" quick ways^'6f'. preparing meats an'd dishes to accompany, the m^ats. Abbut^ fifty members arid' guests were iri attendance. i ' _v^ Easfern'lStar Work > -' ""* f 'About a dozen Eastern Stars spent Thursday working at the Eastern Star hall, where they, papered the,dining room'and cleaned; the rest of the rooms. AH&W of the members had gone to^he hall Wednesday evening and p 5 '^ pered the' ceilings of the dining room and kitchen. As theyfw'oi'Ki was not completed Thursday * " few of the number returned^jTra! an"dv, M Mrs.' Todd Rickard, was taken to' Estherville Friday to have an app'endectomy performed. School Election Scho'or'election'will be Monday, March 8., >' Directors to succeed 'G. H^McMullerrand Jim, Chriaj '••" • > He'll Get Along All Right- Because His / ^^....^rp—.-— r — — ,luavren2 enter • 4airie'dt,a v 'gr6up of relatives and frteri"ds£Tuesday t evenjng in honor 61'hen'hus.band's birthday.',"'' . ..The'.'Clarence Larsons, Water-' loo,'and,Mr.'and > Jflrs. S. M. Pel 'ersqrii.we're Ja week ago' Sunday 'supper gu$st6J'clt i the-H.:A'. Thomp son K'ome/ ' M ' ' ' ' ' x , f ,, _ • Mr. and "-Mrs. J. L. Miller'too! Mrs. .Miller's grandmother Mrs,-'£ H. Gill/to w !For;'ti' 1 D6dge Tuesday for a-' oheplc-ilp > at -the hospital Mrs. W. J: Lickwood accompanied them to Forf ftodge. ; -, • Nels'J. Nelson went to Roch'est er, 'Minn.,' Friday for 'a check-up at the Mayo'clinic. ''S-^h . Mr.-and,Mrs,' F, L. Ryerson art' daughter, Joyce.were Fprt Dodg visitors'* Tuesday: - • SEXTON Mrs, Fred -Jennings went Mills recently for md visiting with her sister ano* 'lusband, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. ,Mil* ier at that-place. Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings Visited Thursday evening at Burt at the home of her Mstef, the Merte Parsons family. Mr 1 , and Mrs. John Pink of Ti' Wfcfe 'callers at the Mrs. Wubben, Si, Rites, Buffalo ....-....-•—Funeral services for Mrs: John Wubben, 52, were held 23 at Buffalo'Center and I, was in Buffalo township ceRtetery one and one-half miles southwest of here. Mrs. Wubben was the former Aftna Schutjer, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Schut- was born on a farm day morning and finished ing the kitchen- and completed the cleaning. • N Horreymodners Home Mr. -and' Mrs. Glen Klocke re : turned a week ago Sunday front? a week's honeymoon spent iri .Illinois and'Des Moines. They are spending a few days with her parents Mr.\and( <Mrs.it Herman,, Soderberg before-going to theit,own, home. ^,,\ _ ' t %^ Has AdflfencteciomV-* , ., ; \w J^xpected back Friday^ Mrs. Olson ,Gary;-.vl.2: ye.ar old-son of Mr.- fjiad" been ' ' "' " Mr, and Mrs, Roland Chafee were Mason C,ity visitors Tuesday and Thursday, where Mrs. Chatee had'treatments, for ear trouble. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Millen fe turned Thursday from Minnfe apolis where they had spent i couple of days. They left Friday *fdr their horne at Mitchell, S. D Mr. and Mrs, d. J. F. Vogel Mrs, G. H. McMullen artd son Jack were Mason' City visitor Wednesday, R< W. 'Taylor, Dawson, Minn, spent from Wednesday to Friday at the Wm. Batt home. He is Mrs.- Bait's brother. Several Stanley teas were helc .last week. Wednesday afternoon on was held at the Fred Lavrenz 'home; Wednesday evening "one was held at tHe Wm. Batt home Thursday afternoon Mrs. Martin Giese ,vfas hostess at one. \ 'Lurena Wessel and Fridolf Soderberg left Thursday for Me- Gregor where they spent a few days at the 'T. Hartwick home, where they were to be married Tuesday. "*Mrs. Charles Lappe gave a demonstration of the American Lady products for which she is agent, at the Edmund Larson home Wednesday afternoon. Nine ladies were present. • Jo Ann, daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chipman, a university of Iowa student, underwent an appendctomy at /the university hospital a week ago Monday. tj Mrs. Hattie Schrader is helping ; at,the Ronald Ortman home. Mrs. 'Ortman and little son Robert Lee, born February 1 at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, returned •home a week ago Saturday. The Edmund 'Larspns and Mr, 'Ortman went down after them. „ Mrs. Charles Olson went to Iviadison, Wis,, Tuesday to see her nfew grandaughter and spend a couple of.weeks with her daughter Mrs. Bill Martinson. However, she -was taken ill Wednesday night and her husband was called f to come and get hef. He and Bert feodden left Thursday and were &±<r d MrS ' B ' K Sande ^inKn^iS tmVh^ in poor health for several weeks and had hesitated atiout making the trip. Mr.'and Mrs. Gordon Whitmore were Fort Dodge vsitors Tuesday. Si. John's Lutheran Church • Ferdinand Reith, Pastor On. Wednesday evening ^8:00) another Lenten •• service will be conducted. '• «;f'TC'!?'»*»^,, ^ The Jadies aid .'„ will /meet on Thursday afternoon (2:00).' „'•- Sunday, March 7—9:45, Sunday school. 10:30, divine service. ' Is Coming From Burt Cream Station Phone 160 ' ruckihg * ; ;; ;> {2 serii-tljailers) NEW" &3&jifa*&*^XX9* f ,.v7*^f-;5»^j ., ^?$i:& -'i^,f^yts^KiSm^ ^ "Thursday. Mrs. Dennis Goeders ahd Mrs. Robert Hutchison were in Fort Dodge Thursday, where they called on thte latter's husband, Robert Hutchison, who is & patient at the Lutheran hospital with pneumonia, but is improving now, A new garage building replaces/ the one burned in a fire a month ago and is nearly com* pletcd and will soon- be open for business by the owner, August Kirschbaum and son Leo. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings 'wer- 1 Thu.'sday visitors at the homo of her brothers near Titonka at t.io Graham Bros. Bi ly Goeders spent Thursday eveiii.ig and over-night .with his schoolmates, Alfred and Paul Opheim. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hinders, Britt, were Thursday evening visitors at -the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett of near Titonka visited Wednesday ,of last week at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew, •Hanson and Curtis. 1 Mrs. W. C. Taylor will be host-, ess to the Sexton W. S. C. S. at her home east of Algona, ;Wednesday-afternoon, March 3. Mrs. Drusie Noble, who sub- fitted to an operation for gall stones at the Lutheran> hospital in Fort Dodge ten'days ago, was at this time getti'ng along as good as could be expected. fiage* on Dec. 16, 1914, Wubben. to John Mr. and Mrs, Wubben during their married life lived on farms hlflf Wesley, Fentdh a«d hftrth hf '.Titonka. Last October they retired to a home in Buffalo Center. Mrs. Wubben became ill, on Wednesday aM died 1 * unexpectedly on Thursday., For the past tw6 yeafs she had been in precarious health. she suffered a Two years ago severe heart at- asfeisoh, reading off a tow edsi of here v , and Mrs. George iM dl Britt. Also surviving are Mf. Wubben a'tfd the sons John; Daemon, Fred ahd Martin. , *" tack while attending the funeral of a relative at Marshalltqwri. Sno. was hospitalized for some weeks but recovered enough to attend to her household duties and participate in some of her former activities. Brothers and sisters who survive are Jerry Schutjer,' implement dealer here. George, Ciar- «nce and Raymond, farmers in the community, Mrs. Sophus BELTS for HOME, FARM and SHOP MACHINES' When you buy frbm ua you get more than a famous Gates Belt—with it we offer you a • lat us give you.._ Hie exact belt to lit your machine Advice on pulley ratio and r.p.m. Help. In dmlgnlne reduction drives '£ f > '' Algona Electric ^,80; bodge Street The Methodist Church' Burt, Iowa William S. Handy, Pastor , Sunday, ' March ~ 7 — Sunday school, 10 a. m.; morning worship, ll a. m., sermon 'by the pastor,' "The Reality of the Cross," M.-Y.' F., 8 p. m. } ' The W. S. C. S. will meet at the church Wednesday, March'3 at 2:15 p. m. * The choir will meet at 7:30 ps m. Wednesday. 3 A joint meeting of the official board and i the church school board will b'e held at the chiirch 1 Wednesday, lyterch 3, at 8 p. m. . .. The Fidelis class met Wednesday, Feb. 25 at the home of Mrs., 5)W. S. Handy, Mrs. C. C. -Coffin "substituted as assisting hostess for Mrs. Fred Stow who was< ill.; r About twenty of the, class were present. Burt Presbyterian Church .; Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, March 7— 10 a, m,, morning worship. Ser- jnon, "Jesus- Interferes' 1 . - • - • • 11 a, m,, Sunday school. Adult topic, "You Are Witnesses',',, • ! 7 p, m., ^Westminster • fellowship, Bible baseball, seniors vs. intermediates. 8 p, m., praise and prayer service, Gospel song service, Ser mon, ,"The Shepherd's Vow," . , flural Teacher Dinner. \ 'The rural .teachers and direct-. 0rs banquet will b§ held-March 16 at St. Cecelia's academy. Iva Green of Des T Mome,s- will be speaker. Miss_ Green' is rural Schools supervisor for the state J —rtmept of public instruction ,„, yea? was the first time.JCos,-. suth/s rural teachers ?ntectajne<S '"-- ! - school directors and it was - decide4 to m^ke the sn annual event. - HOME FOR SALE Fine new story and Irnlf home. 5 rooms and bath, oak finish, insulated, - oil heat. Owner moving soon. Priced $12,500. See Joel M. Herbst CALL US ' pay or Might for Fast Removal of ALL DEAD STOCK PHONE US COLLECT WEST BEND—138 LONE ROCK—500 LESLEY—1500 LEDYARD—75 , vBUftT-^irS <• ' BANCROFT—4441 \ -, - LUVERNE—2051 tlVERMORE—2514 WWITTEMORE—1500 • or Schuwapheir's PX S n—2331 Ot CAUS Me.kers 9f, • • '- • ;J'< -. ji' .1^. •vV, ^ BANK NOTES This is the time of the year when fhe family budget usually experiences an.abnormal strain. This is the time when taxes of' almost every description are due and payable. This is the time when we wish you to think of our bank and if you need funds to meet some demand 'come in and talk it over with us. We have loans for almost, every purpose and need: ' It is our sincere desire to so handle your business that you will recommend us to your friends. Personal Loans Automobile Loans Life Insurance Loans Farm Loans Town Property Loans Commercial Loans G. I. Loans F. H. A. Loans BURT SAVINGS BANK BURT, IOWA H. E..Rachut, Pres. H. A. 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