i SEPT . . City, Wa*h., where she had been visiting since June 5 at her daughter, the Gordon Qiddiltgs, General meeting of the WSCS will be held Oct. 4 at Burt Methodist church. Host- eases are Marion Westling, Elsie Winter, ivy Simmons, Velma Cook and Esther Hilton. The program, The American Indian, was by Kbren Da vies and Blanche Long. The Junior class of Burt Helen Olnflty Hat Des 'Moines visiting with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nugent. Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs James Utt has enrolled at the Mankato, Minnr college. Mr. and Mr*. H. T, Bunkof. ske had as dinner guests Sun- school will have a bake Bale d Mr and Mrs ^rvbn HoV- At I • *Jfl t\ wn Vkdnt *f I ar * _ ,*. +— * * * . * at 1:30 p.m. Sept. 30 at Mitchell's shop. The Burt Lions club received their charter in 1951. At the September meeting charter members present L. Mill- George Manus and F. C. Soderberg. The Arnold Clarks and ey of 'Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Quinn of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Cutshall of Dunnell, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Swanson of Swea RufUs Olthoff of Lakota, rtrs. Ed Eich of Houston, Tex. -Mrs. Rich remained for a visit of a couple of days. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg had three daughters of Spencer as dinner gues t s Sunday'their were guests Sunday at Mrs. son . ln . law 6a nd daughter, Mr. Mrs. d Bob Elsie Winter. Regular joint • meeting of Qsage Mike Tony and Mary the Legion and Auxiliary will Ann and their son.in.iaw, be held in the Legion Hall, H gh B]ack Louise Jimmie Oct. 3. Hostesses are Elsis aru f. Ca rolyn. It was an observance of the birthdays of Tony Lucille Cade married Winter and Jane Scott. •Myrtle Schwietert returned to Des Moines after a ten day visit with relatives here guests the past week who also Jane Barslou sta'rted iher 6 •• and Louise. Mrs. Frank Butts has had Lucille Ann Gade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gade, Algona, and Allan James Bonde, son of Mr. Harry Bonde, Rutland, were married ?.* 2:30 in the afternoon on Sunday, Sept. 17, at the Trinity Lutheran church, Algona. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father, and the double ring ceremony was performed by the Pastors Paul Sohn, Algona, and Ralph Wiechmann, Springfield, Va. Esther Otto, Algona, served the bride as maid of honor and Daryl Hemerson, Independence, Mo., was best man. Flower girl was Pamela Pedersen, Ledyard, niece of the bride. Duane Lieb, Lone Rock, and Gerald Bonde, brother of the groom, Eagle Grove, ushered, Sheryl, Karen, and Marcia Lieb, Patty and Mark Pedersen, all nieces and nephew of the bride, carried gifts. A reception was held in the church parlors. Mrs. Darwin Leek, Algona, had the guest book, Linda Erickson and Janelle Patton served the punch. Mrs. Duane Lieb, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Milton Davis, sister of the groom, poured. Mrs. James Patton, the groom's sister, and Mrs. Nelda Steenhard cut the cake. The reception host and hostess were the Gerald Peder- sens. Mrs. Pedersen is a sister of the bride. Waitresses were Rachel Gade, Beverly Berkland, Cindy Long and Luana Leek. The gifts were opened by Mrs. Boyd Shipler, Sharon Eden and Mary West. Out of town guests attending were from Springfield, Va., Independence, Mo., Eagle Grove, Cowrie, Ledyard, Lone Rock, Whittemore, Humboldt, Livermore and Fenton. After a trip through the Black Hills and Yellowstone, Mr. and Mrs. Bonde are at home at 1512 Linden in Algona, where the bride is employed at Universal Mfg. Co. and her husband is manaj of the North Side Texaco. IimiMMI lUIMMIMMIHIIIIIIIMIIIMMMIMIIIIIItllMMMMIMMIIIIMIIMIMIItMIIIIIIIMIMIIIIMMMIIIMIMIIMMMMIIII plan Band Mothers at Burt for Festival The Band Mothers Club had their first meeting of tine year, Sept. 21 at the School band room. Hostesses were Pat Kohlhaas, Marjorie Person and Dorothy Sheirbon. Plans were made for the annual Band Festival at Algona Oct. 7. Linda Becker is the Burt Oueen. Band Director, Paul Espe showed how the band students can learn to tune their own instruments. The Band Club Officers for 1967 and 1968 are: Director, Paul Bspo, fires., Virgin;ia Bteck- er, vice, Marjorie Person, sec, Eleanor Stcnzel, treas., Pat Kohlhaas, exec, board, Evelyn Mawdsley and Dorothy Sheir- bon. The Market Basket is by Eunice .Meyer, Clara Reynolds, Barbara Pannkuk; and there tribute to the honorary members. NEW OPERATOR Wanda Marshall, Algona, will be the new operator at Marion's Beauty Shop starting Monday, working every day. DATE TURKEY SUPPER Plans are underway for the annual turkey supper to be served at Burt Methodist church Oct. 11. Six o'clock dinner guests of Mrs. James Ohristensen were the Clifford Krantzes and Linda, Dverg Krantzes, Clarion, Noel Krautzes, Titonka, Ann Schroeder, Mason City, John Wetzel, Fallbrook, Calif. John Wetzel, nephew of Mrs. Ohristensen, will attend the Palmer school of chiropractic at Davenport. 'Fortnightly club will meet Oat. 6 with Clara Reynolds. Mrs. Ada Sewick, Dunkerton and Mrs. Harold Nelson, were guests Friday spent some time with Mary Wirtjes and Mr. and Mirs: Nelson. They were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wirtjes and daughter Violet, of Sibley, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wirtjes, a nephew of Mrs. Butts and Miss Wirtjes of San Francisco, Calif., Edward Butts of Gary, Ind., brother of the late Frank Butts, Mr. and Mrs. William Wirtjes of Lakota, and Mrs. Rose Mack of Phoenix, Ariz., came Tuesday. She is a sister of the late Mr. Butts. Judy Bickert spe|F^ from September 18 till the 22 at the parental Robert Bickerts and is now at the university at Minneapolis, Minn., and is a senior. She vacationed at Boston, Mass., for la short time and during the summer has been attending classes. Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Frederick has completed her course in practical nursing and is now employed at Luther Hall, Ebenezar Nursing Home at Minneapolis, Minn. The graduates were given a tea Friday at which the mothers, friends and relatives were invited. Mrs. Frederick ,was in attendance. Linda will probably enter a school of nursing and having ranked high in her class* will be in line for a scholarship. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker have received word from their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg of LuVerne thait they have returned from their trip to Expo 67, Canada. They drove their car and came home via Niagara Falls and points in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips have had as visitors last weekend, Mr. .and Mrs. Ed Hoyt less Mrs Alien Dorenbush and ™* Inez Green of »t Cloud, iunio? Gallon dub Welcoming Minn. .Wherguests^ Monday Hos'tes, Violn HueUner All are welcome to attend. Flense refer to last weeks Register to prepare you entries. sophomore year at Mankato State college, Mankato, last W arren Tuesday. Garden Club Show dated October 3 Lakota: The Lakota Garden Club met Tuesday evening, at the home of Mrs. Alien Dorenbush. Ten members and four guests were present. Roll call was answered by naming their favorite flower. The final plans of the coming flower show were discussed and Mrs. Pearl Hcrtzkc gave a demonstration and talk on ribbons and wrapping Christmas gifts. . A delicious lunch was served by the hostess The Lakota Garden Club will hold their 8th Annual Flower Show on October 3 at the St. Paul's Lutheran Parish Hall from 2:00 to 8:00 p.m. Entries are open to the public from 8:00 a.m. and all must bo in place by 70:30 a.m. Comments and criticisms on artistic arrangements will start at 2:00 p.m/by Mrs. L. C. Kramer of Humboldt, Iowa. Lunch and coffer will be sold to help defray the cost of the show. Some arrangements and corsages will also be for sale. Mrs. Wince Vodraska is the 1967 chairman of the Flower Show with the following committees: Saging Chairman, Mrs. Alien' Dorenbush; Schedule Chairman, Mrs. Pearl Hertzke; Refreshment chairman, Mrs. Vera Blome; Publicity Chairman, Vena Hueltner; Senior Garden Club Welcoming Hos- MINOR ACCIDENT were Mrs. •Louelta Walsby of Flint, Mich., and Sarah Maude Phillips of Ionia, Mich. Melvin Johnson, son of Mrs. Hugh Carroll is in the Veterans hospital, Des Moines CIRCLES TO MEET Circles of the Presbyterian , church will meet Oct. 4. Bible , to Monday of Mrs. Art Leason. Study is Affluence and Pover- Harry Sewick, Ireton, was ally. Circle A - hostess, Mrs. so a gues t f rO in Friday to Sun- Delmar Angus, devotions, day a t t^e Leason home. Mrs. P. J. McGuire, Bible Lura Sewick, Forest City Study, Mrs. Earl Shipler. Cir- 9pent Saturday at the Leason ole 'B is hostess, Mrs. Leonard home. Stenzel, devotions, Mrs. Beu- Mrs. Nora Garner returned lah Dundas, Bible Study, Mrs. n ome last week from Benton Raymond Lovstad. Circle C, hostess, Mrs. Roscoe Stewart, devotions, Mrs. Henry Smith, Bible Study, Mrs. Jesse Harms. ATTEND REUNION The W. W. Boettchers spent Saturday and Sunday in Eagle Grove, guests at Orin Emerson's. They attended the 50th reunion of the class of 1917 at Memorial hall in Eagle Grove. Mrs. Boettcher was a graduate of the Normal training course in 1917. Class members had a banquet Saturday and breakfast and lunch on Sunday before returning to their homes. SCOUTS CAMP OUT Eight Boy Scouts and Bill Giddings and Jim ftedemski c»mped all night at the Huter farm Saturday. They practiced cooking to earn rank as Jst class Scout*. Joe Cunningham helped set up tents end Geojrge Becker was a guest for Sunday breakfast. A minor accident occurred where he nad surgery for a Saturday at the corner of ruptured appendix. He is re- South Jones and Kennedy covering well. Mrs. Hugh Carroll has been visited by her daughter, Mrs. David Richardson of Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt custodian of the Ambrose streets when cars driven by William C. Kuhn and Marcia Jean Sabin collided. A total of $90 in damages to the two cars was reported. The Algona police department invest! ed. gated and no charges were fil- Call State park were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sharp of Bedford on a Mr. and Mrs. Dick MeGin- vacation trip to North Dakota, nis, Suzanne and Mike, and Minnesota, Wyoming and Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Gerdis at- tana. At Leads, S. D., they tended the Twins - Yankee saw the largest gold mine in game in Minneapolis last Sun- the northern hemisphere. Mr. rocks and polishes them found many ifne specimens. They stopped at Hackenaack, Minn., to see Mr. Wyatt'g brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morell. MM. fthtl €«t**ll was at Barnum last week and visited with her sister, Mrs. Mabel Ruebel. She was also at Fort Dodge to visit.with her broth' er and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hill. Mrs, Hattie Burling am* and Irene Corle went to Mason City one day last week Mrs, Burlingame visited her cousin Vernie Thompson who is employed at the American Nursing Center. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle .Stack had as dinner guests Sunday, Mrs. Amy Hoskins of Sioux Rapids, Mr. and . Mrs. tvan Oleson of Mobile, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Uhl, of Storm Lake.. Dr. and Mrs. F. E, Sawyer, Fort Meyer, Fla. ,and former Atgonians, visited Thursday with the Alex Dermands Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hernon returned Sunday from 2Vfe weeks vacation. They visited friends in Butte, Montana and Ralston,. Neb., camped in Yellowstone, toured the Te- tons and visited with Mrs: Robert Hernon, sister-in-law, in Denver. Erma Lea Deim, residence director of the YWCA, Des Moines, was home this past weekend. Her children, Gretchen, Milwaukee, and Jon, recently discharged from Great Lakes Naval training center were also here. Mrs. H. V. Cook*, Emmetsburg, has been taking care of. her granddaughter Kim, daughter of the Walter Petersons the past two weeks. Kim has had the chicken pox. Mr. Cooke came to stay on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Cook went to Britt Tuesday to attend the funeral services for Pearly Haynes, brotiher-in-law of Mr. Cook. Mr. Haynes, 87, has been in poor health for some time and his wife is not well. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burns had as callers Sunday the former's brother Ed of Estherville and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Townsend of Clinton. Mrs. Burns and Mrs. Townsend taught school in Lakota at the same time a number of years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan spent from Thursday till Sunday at Denver, Colo, and the former translated some business. Re-elect ASC officers Saturday The present three officers of the ASCS were re ' elected to their posts at the annual election held Saturday morning at the government office here. Re-elected were Richard. I. Anderson, Ledyard, as chairman; Don Bollig, Fen- * ton, vice-chairman; and/ George Wolf. Algona, member. Also members of the . board are George Detmering, Wesley, first alternate and Marvin Simonsmeier, Swea City, second alternate. They will take office Oct. 1, same day as township committeemen. The only change in the officers was that the two alternate* switched posts from first to second and vice versa. 500 dub at LoMtakkis Sept. aeetiaj TMeid«y UKrttfKJC with friends and relatives in relative*. •t H. R; Pettit's itt Whitte- mcre were Mra. Woodrow Petttt, Mrs. Glen Household- eY, Mrs. Evelyn Earing, Mr*. Clarence MttChemtey, Mrs. Bernard Pettit, Mrs. John Person. It ww Hitchle's birth* liie Fall District Presbyter* •ial meeting will be held at Algona Tuesday, October 10. Those wishing reservations should get in touch with Mrs. Delmar Fisher by October 2. Kay Gietzenauer has started her third year of teaching at Alexander,-Cal .school in LatUmer. She is the daughter R«ek — The tidies 506 dub met at the Lone Rock Legion hall Wednesday after noon with 26 present, prizes went to Neva Thompson, high, Loretta Binzen, travel, Mrs. Marvin Marlow tnd Mrs. Jay Stevens of Burt shared low. Hostesses were Mrs. Me* Anther, Mrs. Dave Lynch, Mrs. Carl Peterson. Next month's hostesses are Phyllis Hanna, Rose Hansen., Rose Kracht. CLASS TIME CHANGE Communicants class of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church will meet Tuesday afternoon at 3:45 p.m. instead of Saturday morning. Some of the members will join the Sentral band traveling, to Ames Saturday where they •will participate in the mass band performance during half •time of the football game. Bach band is presented before 1 the game. AT BAND MEETING Mrs. Wilfred Radig attended a LWML district board 'meeting at Carroll last week. Accompanying Mrs. Radig whom she met at Algona, were Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Titonka; Mrs. Ed Kotz, Clear Lake; Mrs. R. Fitzner, Mrs. Edwin Hanselman, Fort Dodge; all are district board members. ATTEND WEDDING Mrs. 'Merwin Marlow attended the wedding of her niece Thola Salmon to. John Saltern Saturday evening at the Methodist church in Livermore. Sunday guests of the Merwin Marlows were the Keam Marlows, Humboldt, and Rodger Foxes, Algona. ATTEND FUNERAL Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Mrs. Wilfred Radig, Mrs. Clarence Schutjer, Titonka; attended the funeral of Mrs. Linda Richmond at Fairmont last week. She was the wife of a former pastor of St. John's Lutheran church at Burt. TO GUEST DAY Couples from Che Lone Rock Presbyterian church are invited to .attend the Burt Mariners meeting next Sun- Katherine Bierstedt daughter of the Howard Bierstedts left last week for. 'Mission, Kans., where she is employed in the office of the J. C. Penny Co., there. The Alf Kruegers, Melvin Meyers, Bryan and David were Sunday guests of the Arnold Meyers, Algonia. Mildred Golda, Estherville, took Mrs. P. M. Christenson to Galva last Friday to her daughter, Mrs. Andrew Peterson's. Sunday the Kuchen~ reuthers, Algona took Melvin Christenson, Will Christenson and Mrs. Lou Godden, Lorn- foe, Calif., to Galva, and all had Sunday dinner with, the Andrew Petersons. Mrs. P. M. Chriatensoiv returned home Itn church. Several of the children were promoted. Burt farmer to open new poultry unit An open house will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Harold Lampe farm located approximately 5 miles south of Bancroft, near Burt. this Friday. September 29th, on the completion of a 32 x 200 foot poultry unit constructed by the Floyd Sill Burt Builders. Refreshments will be served. The uniit will house 6.400 layers with office and egg cooler rooms built in. The feed will be handled automatically; lights and water arc controlled by time clocks. FAMILY REUNION A Phillips family reunion was held Sunday, September 17 in the McNeill hotel at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer 'Phillips were in attendance and the reunion was of forty cousins and second cousins coming from Washington, D.. C., Michigan, Nebraska, 'Minnesota and Iowa. AMERICAN LEGION BARBECUE STEAK FRY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7 SERVING FROM 5:30 TO 12 P.M. Club Rib Eye Salad Baked Potatoes Home made bread Coffee $2.00 Veterans Memorial Building , Algona Iowa day. Wyatt, who is a collector of Aid will meet Oct. 3 at St. Jqihri's J4jtti?ran church. Hostesses are YioJa Packen, Phyl- Verona Schmidt. All colors All heel heights sizes Si widths AAAA's including SHUTS BROWKW SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feet" Gleaming at ground level, a shoe of sculptured beauty in shimmering lustre Corfam® for lasting elegance and easy care. Co'fom (i DuPonl'i regiifered frgdemcufc /or lit man-made poromenc upper mo'en'of. You get that little "EXTRA" at Chrischilles'! . . .so says one of our customers from Wesley! Our customers write our best ads at "Home of Quality Since 1870"
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