The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1960 · Page 4
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Tuesday, April 19, 1960
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Upper Dft> Mo»ne» Tucsdoy, April 19, 1960 *$ Burt Seniors Have Three Day Skip Vacation Burt — The members of the senior class, chaperones, Supt. and Mrs Martin and bus driver Vern Shipler, enjoyed a ."Skip" vacation at Minneapolis Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday A sum of $214 was netted at the Senior Slave Auction between games at the benefit basketball game Saturday evening. The highest bid on any Senior was $3.00 per hour. The average price bid was $2.00 per hour. Each senior will work out a 4 hour bondage for their purchaser. The proceeds helped to finance their Skip day trip to Minneapolis. Who Won? A large crowd enjoyed an evening of entertainment Saturday at the benefit basketball games sponsored by the Burt Lions. The first game was between the Burt high school team and the Burt town team. In the second game, played between the Burt business men and the school personnel, it was hard to tell who came out thf victor. One thing was sure, all- rules of basketball were put to shame. A tidy sum was netted to finance the annual Lion's Club Athletic Banquet. Engagement Announced Mr and Mrs Edmund Larson Burt,- announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Beverly, to John F. Thompson, son of Mr and Mrs John R. Thompson, Burt. The bride-elect is employed a! the Security State Bank, Algona Mr Thompson is employed by Everds Brothers Construction. The yung couple have set the date of their marriage for June 26. land, Mich. They were accompanied home by 'their daughter. Judy Wubben who will visit with her family and friends for some time. Mrs Fred Habcgar entertained a group of ladies at coffee Wednesday afternoon. The Hurt Band Mothers will meet Thursday evening, April 21. The annual Lion's Club Athletic banquet was held at the school Monday evening, the Band Mothers doing the serving. Lulu Hawcott and Selina Clifton were hostesses at dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr and and Mrs George Hawcott. Mr anc! Mrs Wallace HavveoU and Kenneth and Mrs Bertha Wallace. John and Helen Schwielert were hosts at dinner Sunday ir, honor of the confirmation of Jane Barslou. Guests were Myrtle Schwietert. Des Moines, Mrs Harold Roark, Clear Lake, Mrs John Hardgrove, Phyllis and John of Algona, Mr and Mrs Melvin Hunt and Bill ot Dolliver, Mr'and Mr? Leon Meyer. Susan ' and Cindy Welcome, Minn., Miss Helen Hunt, Fairmont, and Marlin Mos- ioski. East Chain. Members of the M.Y.F. wen hosts Easter morning to the members of the I.Y.F. and thr W. F. at the annual Easter sunrise service and breakfast. Mothers of the M.Y.F. members prepared and served the breakfast. Circle Meetings The U.P.W. Circles met on Apr 6 as follows: Circle A — At the home of Mrs Walter Sorenson. 'Devotions by Mrs Angus; Mrs Roy Ander- i'on in charge of Bible study. Circle B — At the home of Mrs A. L. Rasmussen. Mrs Ben Bahling had devotions and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf had Bible study Circle C — With Mrs Donald Patterson.. Mrs R. H. Thompson gave devotions and Mrs Ton-. Trenary gave Bible study. Eighi Confirmed Confirmation services for ? class of six young people and the adults were held Palm Sunday at St. John's Lutheran church. Confirmed by Pastor Arthur Schultz were Nancy Presthus, Lois McFarland, Phyllis Weigand, Marjqrie Baumgard, Roseann Madson and Floyd Lavrenz and adults, Billy Gifford and Kleiber. Mrs Ben Bahling was hostess Tuesday to members of the T rind C. Bridge club. Guests besides the members were Lefie McMullen, Elva Boettcher, Tressie Baum, Jennie Wahlen and Verna Boettcher of California. Mrs Walter Lockwood visited Wednesday at the home of hei sister-in-law, Pearl' Lockwood at Hardy. J. D. Andrews, Judy Hinckley .and Donna Teeter, all students at Simpson College, Indianola. arrived home Tuesday evening for a week's spring vacations at their homes. The U.P.W. will meet at the church Apr. 20. A tea honoring honorary members will be held. Mrs R. H. Thompson will give devotions and Mrs Max Goldman Titonka, will be the guest speaker Mr and Mrs Clifford Parrish, Louisville, Ky., visited the past week at the home of her mother, Cora Stow and with other relatives. Mrs Cora Stow visited recently at the home of her son and family, the W. E. Stows, Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Glenn Teeter were Friday guests at the Clarence Donovan home at Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs F. C. Soderbcrg were Tuesday evening callers at the Fred Habegar home. The members of the Past Matron's club held their regular meeting at the home of Millie JCIamp in Algona Thursday afternoon. Lorena Riebhoff arrived a1 , the home of her parents Thursday to spend her Easter vacation •Mr and Mrs Jim Marlow and f aniiJy of Lone Rock visited her parents, Mr and Mrs P. J. Me- Cruire recently. Mr and Mrs Roy McGuire, Bancroft,, were supper guests and visitors at the Fred Jtfprma Early, Mason City „.,,.. 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