The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1960 · Page 2
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AtBurfName jjcers t- Thk B>nd Mothers met -J? evening.. Election of omcers fdr the "coming year Was, held. Leading the groups activities next year will be: , Thelma, Miester, president. Eleanor: Gardner 1 , vice, president: Doretta' Ab'fcas, secretary; May. belline Lovstad, treasurer. Serving on th,e> executive board will be Ethel'Dremmel, Gloria Presthus and Iva Marie Woltfc. The group also voted to again purchase a $20() savings bond, also to \purchase' and present Gold Lyfe"'pin's" to the seven graduating, senior band members. Nor,man Carlson entertained the group with a trumpet solo and the ' clarinet quartet also .played. Blue Birds Met ' the Burt Blue Birds 4-S club held their April meeting at the home of Jo Ann Ackerman. Marilyn Hinckley was chosen by her club to represent them as their delegate, to the State 4-H convention at Ames this summer. Chosen to represent the Burt Blue Birds at 4-H camp were Rosemary Ulses and Evelyn Cherland. Talks' were given by Diane Hellman and Cheryl Lovstad. Athletic Banquet The Band Mothers prepared Coming to the 1 Algeria Theatre Sun. & Mon, Briglile Bardoi Slats in Raoul J. Levy'iT'p'ttauciion * r o£ "Babelie Goes fo Wa£" the Columbia com- edy'itt Clnehia,"Scope anw Eastman' Gplojrr Jacques Charrier to- ' "" ' and served the annual Lion's club ' Athletic ' Banquet at the school Monday evening. -There were abput 9Q in attendance. The guest speaker'of the evening was a former' high school coach, Andy Crawford of Algona. Coaphes Ray Ihnen, Dale White, arid Supt. Harold. Martin also spqke briefly. Master of ceremonies was- Board President Wayne Keiih, Honored Guests The honorary members of the ENDS TONITE (WED.) ^'SEVEN THIEVES" THMRSPAY THRU SATURDAY Qui of the pages of the best-seller A murderously funny story! CAY! ' "T GRIPPING! 'XH.QRIQUSI ' tf.P.W, w'ere Ihe hangred guests at a tea glvfen, for-them following the ttfcmt mej|tfng. . Mrs R. *H *J)pmptoa gave the devotions of the day. Mfs Goodwin Bergerud and Mrs Roscou Mawdsley Jr. gave a vocal duet. Mrs Max Goldman, Titonka, yoA guest speaker. The recognition of the honorary members was given by Naomi Junkermier. Those honored were the Mesdames, H. O. Buell, P, L.'Dr,emmer,. Charles Larson, Lewis Larsdn, A. H. Mienzer, Will Ringsdorf, J. P. Stow and M. A Polhemus. • Hostesses in charge of the tea Wdre Mrs Larry Holding, Mrs Leonard Stenzel, Mrs . Edgar Keith and Mrs Roy Anderson. Spring Concert • The Burt high achoql, band, will, present 'their, Spring concer,t m, the school auditotium at 8 p.m.j Tuesday, AprU*26( Suffers Stroke " Mrs Wm. Meyer is recovering satisfactorily at her home from a slight stroke suffered at the home of her son, Carroll, at Chester. The Meyers Had gone to Chester to spend the Easter week. She was brqught'to her home on Sunday where she is recovering from Slight paralysis of her right side, Four Baptized Anthony Keith, infant son of Mr and Mrs Lee Dixpn, Brett John Carlson, infant son of Mr and Mrs John Carlson and Cheryl Lynn, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Curtis, also Lee Dixon were baptized by Rev. Fred Samek during the Sunday Easter services. Received into church membership by Rev. Samek were "Mr and Mrs Lee Dixon, Mr and Mrs Fred Hilton, Viola and Gerald. Larry Hffi4li Dak, visited- mother, Mrs A his sisters aft|l< ^^.^...^ Mr and Mk EuQfeire —„ became the proud'parents Of daughter, born to th( 'little'Miss who Has beeA .._„_ Brenda Joyce has one'brothel Terry. The grandparents &* Mi* Ella Meyer and Mf ahd M Arie i?ettmer, all ofBur.^ , * ' Members of the] , Metric Youth Fellowship wera-npsts, aboUt 25 young peqme a^ the^a;, nual Easter Sunrise Service an., breakfast. Rev. H/A. Smidt gave the early morning Easte) message. The breakfast was prepared and served by Mothers of the M.Y.F. Mrs Ed Smith Jr. has u •substituting for, Mrs Mar; riecher ' as first' gradf dufirtg her illness. Supt. Harold-Martin anjk Brown attended an all day, ing at,the Sup^t. offlc^in''! Tuesday. ' •„»»'«: Mr AlvBell, noted travel? lecturer, 'presented *.i Wednesday at the Bv DJ. and M^ "*' f?'i' 1 arrived home this p; fro.m a 3 month sojourn in rida. ' *: 4 ! Mrs L. C. WiUiams.JWelRome Mitin. was the guest.of nonpf, ft 1 the home of her daughter, 'aijq, family, the Don. Mitchells, Sunjp day. The occasion was her^X"** birthday anniversary. ,' ,' ^ Mr and Mrs, William ^Hojms'ethj Susie and Sherry, spenli the Eas?ter vacation with her Vglks, Mi' and Mrs Rudolph" Thprstad a' Lake Crystal, Minn. • •Mr and Mrs Jerry Wdner, Bar Attend Convention Elsie Lockwood, Jean Lockwood, Phoebe Thompson and Benita Mitchell spent Monday at Ames where they attended the 34th convention of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs. Elsie Lockwood represented 'the Bur*. club in the Vogue Style Show. Mr and Mrs Wm. Brandt and Dorothy, Wells, Minii: were Thursday visitors at the Al Hinckley home. The Band Mothers served a 6:30 dinner for the Kossuth County Farm Bureau Women Monday evening, Apr. 25.1 ;*\ ' Little Sherry: Jo, infant-daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. Holmseth, was honored with a stork shpwe: by tHe Burg Bkhd Mtfth',ers;'T(iuri- day night. " Sherry Jo's father is the Burt band director, Easter 1 'guests'' St the Carrie- Meier home were- 'her children Mr and Mrs Lyle Meier. Algona Mr and Mrs John DeNall, St. James, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Earl Meier and family. ? Mr and Mrs Roy Anderson are visiting at the home of their -son, Robert and wife in Washington, D. C. Burl Ives — Maureen O'Hara — Ernie Kovacs Coward — Ralph Richardson — Alec Guinness Plus Color Cartoon - Also Sat. Mat. At 2:00 Thurs, In Sat. Mat, Man In ttavafla'V f) S.- bafa, Carol hostfff " ivirs/ )V/*-*»*i f *5*" r *»••»• •^"-i^"-T-»f i-i -T---, fherville and Mr and Mrs Gofdon Wcgene/ and family^ f Sioux City. Mr$' falter - £6*ckw6od ^as" hostess to! dihrie'r Efis,tt!r. ,Guests Were Mrs Evelyn Mack and Miss Pearl Lockwood 1 ,of Hardy,- and Mr arid Mrs Dale Lookwdod. , Rev. and f Mfs Ered Samek-and Cheryl Ann spent'-' 'Monday .through Friday visiting his.fath- iSftnlly, -.. - 7 -,-, 5'called ori A 1 n BC ttUmbef of tiurt resl- attended the .massed vocal Md "at -the-SWeia City i • Tuesday ^ eveftiftg.,' The Hlgh'seKool ehortfa paftiei* „,„ -• ift-' the -massed production M. did the Madrigal. " "" <A1 Hihckley, Mafilytt' and Cumie attended-thl Shower Honors Recent Bride >Bartelt of ,Waldor±y-Mihn, n Radke,;-N€w-Ricfi dorf Monday' afferiid |t ft. . • .* . . The Bullheads Biting v Walt'Pertl vyhsi a steamed Up sherhiatir last' Saturdk^"Morn- ing, Fenton. . It seems, that Walt late the preceding afternoon went t6 a sfnall late just north ol'the border In'Minnesota, and- sat there for an hour or so without much luck. Then all of a sudden he hauled in 45 bullheads weighing a total of 35 pounds. Saturday it required an anchor renion — «u = ", I-Vtiirj oi Armstrong (Lorraine Of tod wa^Konore* at a -*-"*'« f sho#eV Sundi$y a£ Sen0c4 schoolr TJ j^he ,..- r Charles Osborh. . Assisting Mrs Jacobs with her gifts were-Mrs Geerdes of Swea City and Mar)ys Bratrtid; . Hostesses. irtcludi|d^ Mrs, Bto*l tm^ii' Ww, ieo ,<0towley, Herman Gabel, Mrs Gordon JVLTS riUlUlelil \jow^-*t *'V" ™—•*# Garrison, Mi's 'Janet .Mftttr MM Cassie'itlocko, Mrf Carl w^Niei- iEenJ' Mrs Chris Lafsen,- Mrt John Johannesen, Mrs Fred Jqhanne- seni Mrs Lawrence Jbhantiesert, Mrs Cecil Baldwin,, Mrs* Lyle England, Mr,s Lester Osborh, Mrs Oie Pedersen,' Mrs'Charles n <" born* , ^ietta ,,lss. Lawmen! aniM Henry C '?. Allw >kA. 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