Tuesday, May 25, 1948 Diplomas Presented To 18 Burt Graduates Thursday and fhai-sdav. He Is tits chi Mrs. E. C, Schwi&terf Monday and Tuesday 1A Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schfader attended commencement at But* Jala Center Thufgday evening. Mrs. Schrader's sister, Norma Loos was one of the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Raton Farlow and children. Winterset, carhe Friday fpr a weekend visit At the Glee Bullock home. Mrs. Farlow is Mr. Bullock's sister. Capt. Clarence JJehradef has been sent to Long Island, ty. Y., where he is stationed for the present. Address Given By Bruce Gates of Ft. Dodge School Burt—A class of 18 members was graduated from the Burt high school on Thursday evening in the school auditorium. The program included the processional. "Village Chapel" by the band; invocation bv the Rev. W. S. Handy: tlute solo. "Csardas". by V. Monti, by Shirley Lockwood; presentation of citi/enship awards by Mrs. H. A. Holmgren, president of Legion Auxiliary, baritone Mixophoiic solo "Pride of America", by L. O. deWitt. bv Beverly Ditsworth: commencement address by Bruce Gates, president ol Gates Business college of Waterloo; presentation of the class bv Suot. W. B. Officer: awarding of diplomas by G. II. McMullen. president of the board of education; national anthem: and benediction by Rev. Rav K. Hill. This year's citizenship awards, which arc given on a basis of .'•chnlarship, leadership, participa- He'll Get Along All Right- Because His MILK Is Coming From Burt Cream Station Phone 160 GET YOUR ENTRY BLANK at the Americana Style Shop for Big Zotos-Lustron (Machineless)—(professional cold-wave) contest. $300 in Cash Prizes $150.00 lst-$ 100.00 2nd-$50.00 3rd. PLUS 100 other prizes of Marinella Cleansing Cream ( } /2 Ibs.) Night appointments too. $6-$7-$8.50-$10 Machineless $5.00 cold wave for girls under twenty. $8.50 cold wave for adults. AMERICANA STYLE SHOP Burt, la. Phone 54 tion in school activities, etc., were given to Shirley Lockwood and Marilyn Ditsworth. who tied for the honor among the girls, and to Jack McMullen. Mr. Gates gave an unusually fine address on the touic, "Making America Great'. He said it was not the size, wealth or natural resources of a country that made it great, but the citizens of a country and mentioned hard work, resourcefulness and religion as qualities which helped our forefathers to make America great. He stressed the necessity of returning to these virtues if America is to continue to be great. Members of the class are Betty Jean Eatt, Beverlv Ditsworth, Marilyn Ditsworth, ^ Kathleen Groen, Helen Gettman. Helen Graham, James Garman, Kaye Holding, Jane Keith. Leonard Lampc, Jean Lcepcr, Shirley Lockwood, G\vcnn Mann. Eugene MO.VM-. Jack McMullen. Harold Reimers. Joan Shipler, and Lester Steward. Visits At Bode Mrs. Paul Moore spent from Wednesday to Friday at the Leonard Schmidt home at Bode. She attended the graduating exercises, her granddaughter Roberta Schmidt being one of the graduates. Guests At Lockwoods The following relatives came lor commencement and were entertained afterwards at the W. J. Lock wood home: F. H. Lockwood. Cedar Falls, who staved until Friday; the Lester Bonnstetters and Shirley Fleming. Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hoffman and family. Remvitk: Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mack, Pearl Lockwood, and Mrs. Is'ina Rummels, Hardy. Attend Commencement Mrs. Will Hathawav, Eagle Grove, came to attend commencement and visited Thursday at the Clifford Holding home and Friday at the W. W. Boettcher home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kienitz, Lakota, also came for commencement and were guests at the Holding home afterwards. To Wed Soon Mary Ann Gettman, Mason City, is spending a couple of weeks with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gettman. On May 30 she and Charles M. Pearce are to be married here. The Fred Rasmusscns. Renwick attended commencement and were guosts at the Mrs. Anna Rcimers home for the night. Mr. and Mrs. Rcimers and Jerry and Mrs. Kate Men/., Fenton,' were also here for the evening. R. F. Hawcott went to Marshall. Minn.. Thursday to • spend a few clays with relatives. The Sewing Circle met Friday afternoon with Mrs. J. P. Trunk- hill. Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ollom spent a week ago Sunday at the Max Schmidt home at Eldora. Mrs. Schmidt is a daughter of the James Olloms. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, Mrs. G. H. McMullen and son Jerry, Mrs. Clifford Holding, Selina Clifton and Lulu Hawcott were Mason City visitors last Tuesday. Mrs. W. B. Shioler left Thursday for Omaha. Neb., to spend a lew days at the home of her daughter Mrs. Dean Gamble. Clifford Cooper. Huran, S. D., came Friday for a visit at the home of his sister Mrs. W. H. Vogel. Mrs. Earl Aekeiman is ill with the mumps. Mrs. R. F. Elvidye ,pent Friday at the home of her daughter Mrs. Ed Stewart at Swea City. The Donald Mitchells spent Feed The Felco Way Felco Chick Mash Peat Litter Rolled Oats and Pig Starter Fertilizer on Hand 2-12-6 0-20-0 4-12-4 Burt Co-Operative Elevator Phone 35 Friday evening at the Bill Wink home at Welcome. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steward and Sc- lina Clifton attended a dinner at the West Bend hotel last Wednesday evening. The dinner was given by the Fanners Elevator Service company. Mrs. Fred Habegcr, Mrs. C. S. Coffin, Mrs. J. P. Stow and Mrs. F. O. Stow spent last week Monday afternoon at the S. E. Straley home in Fenton heliiing Mrs. Straley's mother Mrs. W. E. Brace celebrate her 75th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott attended the funeral of an aunt Mrs. Jean Cowan at Paulina last Tuesday. Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, Mrs. R. F. Elvidge, Mrs. Tom Trenary and Mrs. W. B. Shipler were Fort Dodge visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Buum and family, Amos, spent the weekend of a week ago at the E. C. Schwietcrt home. ,Paul Olson attended a firemen's school at Ames Wednesday The Methodist Church; William S. Handy, Pastor. The Fidelis class meeting scheduled for the 26th will be held on Thursday, May 27, at 2:30: p. m. at the home of Mrs. Maud Coffin. Mrs. Olive, % Moor < e. i assistant hostess. , :~. The funeral of Richard , Batt will be held at • tha. Methodist church Wednesday, May 26 at 2:00 p. m. The choir meets at the church Wednesday at 8:00 p. m. Sunday, May 30 — Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. M. Y. F., 8 p. m. The June meeting of the W. S. C. S. .will be an all day meeting at the church Wednesday, June 2. Burl Presbyterian Church Ray K. Hill, Minister Sunday, May 30: • 10:00 a. m.—^Morrting worship, sermon. "Faith for You." 11:00 a. m. — Sunday school. Adult topic, ."Standing by One's Convictions". 7:30 P. m.—Westminster .Fellowship. Tuesday, June 1: ••* • ' 9:00 a. m.—Vacation Bible School Registration. All-boys and girls welcpme. • \ Attend Graduation Su*f — Thursday evening guests at Hie Jay D. Graham's and at commencement Included the John Emmerl, JOB and Keti* neth Graham families, Mason City, Mrs. Paul Bey, Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Graham and son and Mrs. Paul Wille, Algona; Mrs. Raymond Mitchell and two children, who Insurance farm Liability Automobile Pickups Trucks , and Trdctors see NELS J, NELSON ' PHONE 159 Burt, Iowa New Members .*• Last Sunday Mrs. Jess Dugan and Mrs. W. B. Shipler were received into the membership of the Burt Presbyterian church. For Livestock Trucking (2 semi-trailers) NEW TIRES—BATTERIES GARAGE SERVICE —See— CUFF HOLQING Burt—Phone 165 are vlsitiftg hew* ffdffl . -ftfid Leslie WTO .arti , attending school at e*dtF FalW iirttJ Melon City. Mf, and Mfs. J, G. Sewick "If* .new In design , , .new In convenience feature* . V. new In automatic operation. 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