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4-AlfioKG (le.) Upper De* Molntt Thimtitiy, Jun« 18, t959 Summer Program Of Athletics ins At Burt Butt — The Burt Community SthoOl summer program began Monday with a full round of activities slated each Monday through Friday, morning and afternoon. Activities will include pec wee and midget baseball, swimming, recreation at the school and high school baseball Opening baseball practices were held last week. The high school has a 12 game schedule of games and the Pet; Wees and midgets have 14 games slated. Wed 25 Yeats About 135 friends and relatives attended "the open house in honor of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Dean Andrews at their home, June 7. Their children, Rochelle, J. P. and Pamela were hosts. They were assisted by Mrs Henry Mertz, Mrs Dale Slruthers, Mrs L. S. Young, Mrs D. S. Simmons, Mrs Harry Sceley, Mrs Earl Stevens, Mrs Ross Struthers and Mrs Melvin Olson. The attendants at their wedding-were present. They were Mrs Gordon Larson, bridesmaid; Lu Hoover, bestman. Mrs James Ry- 1 urn, flower girl, and Mrs Ross Slruthcrs, ring bearer. That evening seventy relatives of the Andrews were guests at a buffet super. Become''Parents ,Mr and Mrs Harley Hanson are proud parents of a baby girl born June 14 at St. Ann hospital. The little miss weighed 9 Ibs. 4 pz. She has been named June Marie. M>-S Ringsdorf, 80 Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf was Iwnor- ed on her 80th birthday with a surprise birthday party at her home June 6. Those attending were: Mrs Albert Shannon of Irvington, Calif., Mrs W. B. Shipler of Swea City, Mrs Donald Ringsdorf and Barbara and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf of Burt. Mrs Ira Henkel, Mrs Violette Callispn from Elmo!*, Minn., Mrs Myrtle Ringsdorf and Mrs Robert Rings- dofi of Woden, Mrs Merta Wallace, Marie Grover and Mrs Leo Immerfail alt of Algona, Mrs Dean Gamble and Linda of Des Moines and Mrs Bertha Mansmith, Burl. Surprise Party The neighbors had a surprise oirtnday party at the home of Mrs Bertha Mansmith, for Mrs Etta Holdren June 9. Those attending were Mrs Holdren's granddaughter and great-granddaughter and' great grandson Wantalee Hawcott and Shela and Kenneth of Burl, and Gladys Hawcott, Bertha Wallace, Mrs A. G. Volen- Une, Mrs Cora Stow, Mrs Bob Hamilton, Mrs Lawrence Doege, Mrs Alvin Baumbuard, Mrs George Manus and Mrs Clifford vValtman. Mr and Mrs Albert Shannon of Irvington, California visited at .he home of Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf iiom June 8 till June 15. Wednesday, June 10, 14 of the l>asi matrons of the O.E.S. went ,o Boone where they spent the day. They had lunch at Rev. dandy's and toured the new First Methodist church. Rev. Handy is a former Burt Methodist pastor. Jerry Joe McMullen left June 15 for Drake University where he is to attend a two week course. Mrs Hay Miller and two children are spending a few days at Jie Bill Miller nome in Buffalo Center. Sunday evening guests at a birthday barbecue for Mrs Clifford Holding were Mr and Mj-s E. E. Lockhart and children; Mf and Mrs Glee Bullock and children; Mr and Mrs Bob Hamilton and children, Mr and Mrs George Manus and Arlene Ludwig and Larry Manus. Mrs Bill Batt returned from the hospital, at Iowa City.. June 11 after having heart surgery. Mrs John Miller and Howard Batt went to Camp Campbell, Ky. last,week and. brought Mrs Daryl Batt home with them for a three month stay at the Bill Batt home. The Lutheran Bible SchooLwas closed yesterday with a picnic dinner at noon and a short program in the afternoon. Mrs Clifford'Holding entertained 50 people on June 10 at her home-in honor of her birthday. The Methodist Bible school had its closing program June-13 with a short program followed by a Wed Recently,,At flofcero/f * "-* ^ S* J-.',-£. *it> '" ' Mr and Mrs Dwayne Arnold Nelson are shown after their wedding Sunday, May 31, in Emanuel Lutheran church at Bancroft. The bride is the former Arlyce Johnson. The complete wedding story appeared in last week's U. D. M. (photo, Al Missal, UDM. engraving.) , picnic dinner at noon. Mrs Ervin Olsen of Des Moines and .children visited at the Kenneth Cook home the past week. The class of 1940 are planning lo have a reunion at the Burt Legion hall June 26. Mr and Mrs Dean Meier and family of Tacoma, Wash., came June 12 and are going lo spend a couple of weeks at the Mrs Carrie Meier home in Burt. The Meier families are planning to have a family reunion June 21 in the Burt Legion hall. Mrs Dorothy Fox and son of Lansing, Mich, are spending a few days at the parental E. L. Dickmeyer home. Ordel Dickmeyer and family and Norman Sanderson and family and Mike Sanderson of Seattle, Washington are expected Monday evening for a few days visit at the Dickmeyer .and Mrs Nettie Lavrenz homes. Mr and Mrs Jack Gifford of Lu Verne are the proud parents of a son born June 15. He has one brother to welcome his arrival. Mrs Gifford is the former Aria Moore of Burt. 4 Complete IP Gas Short Course Dale Briggs, Vernon 'Higgins, Jim Arend and Ray Meyers of Thermogas Co. of Algona were recently graduated from a professional driving school for LP- Gas servicemen, at a short course held at Iowa State College. Safe driving and service procedures were stressed at the school. You can't consider experienc a good investment /until after i has paid dividends. — Mining Equipment News. • * Class 01«H Has Reunion AlLedyard Ledyatd — On Sunday afternoon the Class of 1964 of Ledyard high school held & reunion at the school. Those attending were; Mr and Mrs Roger Goetz and Roger and Caron, Mr and Mrs Eldon Jutting of Forest City, Mr and Mrs Leroy Wesselman, Debbie and Dale of Webster City, Mr and Mrs Vernon Burl and son Verliri, Mr and Mrs John Looft; Eldon Junkermeier, Mrs Devlin Wilqox and Melodee from Iowa City, Mr and Mrs Adolph Kueker of St. James, Minnesota, and Mr and Mrs Neal Warren of Des Moines. Letters were read from Don Knoner of San Diego, California from Mrs Earl Corwin of California, and fronVMrs Don Enrich of Mason City. A picnic supper was enjoyed. Baby For Vriesens Rev, and Mrs Victor Vriesen are the parents of a baby' girl I born May 29. She has been named ; Beth Mafie. Following the 'birth of the baby. Mrs Vriesen under\vent surgery. She and the baby I re at home now. Suffers Heart Attack Mrs Max Nitz suffered a heart attack last week and Mr Nitz ook her to Ames where she is n the Mary Greely hospital. Mr and Mrs Harold Warner, Sandra and Becky, and Mrs Lena Warner left on Sunday- for Ar'ma, Kansas where they will visit at the home of Mrs Lena Warner's i.ster and husband. Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade of Whittemore, and Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder and Russell, and Delmar Kramersmeier were Sunday evening guests at the home of Mrs Martha Schroeder and daughters. Mrs Dewain Wilcox and daughter Melodee visited from Thursday to Sunday at the hpme of her parents Mr and Mrs Glen Burrow. The Good Will truck from Sioux City will call in Ledyard Mr and Mrs {leal Warreft of 3es Moines came Saturday ftttd afte* a two and a half Week vacation trip. Mrs EL A. Carpenter, Ami and John went lo Cedar Rattids last week, and on Thursday John left with the R.O.T.C* Air Forcg Cad* et Training Corps for a four weeks encampment at Big Springs, Texas. , , The Sacred Heart Rosary Sd 4 ciety met -June 10 with 19 members -present and Mrs Paulie Kocklen Lakota, and Mrs Pratt-* cis Schiitz, Bancroft, as guests: » Mr and Mrs Kenneth Poppfi and son of Blue Earth visited., Saturday evening at the home-of Mrs Regina Poppe. , Mr and Mrs Eldon Dontje and family and Mrs Henrietta Dontje visited at the Douglas Mc_h« ler home in Titonka Sunday. , The State ' R.D.C.A. and their Auxiliary Convention was held this week at Mason City. Mi; and Mrs George Thompson attended, Thdftkpsofl being Kosstith PfesMefti 6f the 6fid '• Mrs Raytnofli <_' fafl-tttd Dawn, Mr and Mrs Chris G#fiir<ifsY; Jack ' Lynch ;aM hiS mother Mrs H, Lyttth arid Charles Hilferty went to Spen_er m Friday- to attend the funeral of Joe •Wffeh, who was killed M aft ite- Mr &hd Mrs Albert Collitjs, Rock Island, 111. and their family visited at the home of Mrs* William Green find Ellwood, the Aubrey Waterhouse family, the Ted Orfeen family and the John Ros- enbergs. Mr and Mrs George ^Thompson attended the Thompson family reunion at the Earl Thompson farm home at Corwith. r Joe Heaney called on friends here last Saturday. Mrs Hazel Carpenter returned Tuesday from a Visit at the home of her sister in Minneapolis and at the home of her daughter and family, the Carl Noyes at Grand Maries, Mifitt, Met sister, Mr* ^artfftg 6f ,Ml||t^f6Hs re! turned hottie With fee? for a shott visit. . ' " •• . 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