Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 23, 1967 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, October 23, 1967
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Books added to library at Burt recently Bort — Book week is being observed Oct. 29 to Nov. 4 at the Burt library. Come in, check out a book, and cel^ bfate Book Week. Many new permanent books have been added to the Burt library. These are brand ti3w copies of some old favorites including PenroJ, Tarkington; The Yearling, Rawlings; Harvest of Mope, Baldwin; The Old Fashioned Girl, AJcott; The Calling of Dan Matthews, Wright; Dragon Saad, Buck; The Robe, Douglas and Boulder Dam, Grey. Some favorites new to the Burl library are: Dr. Zhivago, Pasternak; World Aflame, B. Graham; Dear Papa, BjC'.-n; Cheaper by the Dozen, Gilbreth; Children in the White House, Sadler, Stranger at the Gates, Sugarman; Thirty Ssconds over Toyko, Lawspn; Ona Small Candle, Fleming; Madame Sarah, Skinner; and The Story of Israel, Levin. OFFICERS ELECTED U & I Circle met Oct. 17 with Vera Bradley, Ruth O. Patterson assistant. There were 12 members present and guests Mrs. Mike Clifford and son Mark. Roll call, The First Car 1 Remember, produced many interesting stories. The extension lesson, How to Conduct a Business Meeting, was given by Naoma Junkeirmeder with all members taking part. New officers elected are Pres., Magdalene Ortolan; vice, Maxine Angus; sec.-treas., Marion Westling. The Book committee and Flower committee are to be appointed. The next meeting Nov. 14 is with Elsie and Neoma Junkermeier. SCOUTS COOK OUT Cadet Scouts met at Town Hall Oct. 20 and went to the Keith timber for a cook out. Guests were the 7th grade boys and the 8th grade boy scouts. Wayne Keith was a special guest who gave some Indian History. The Cadets have enrolled ,in the 4-H program on KGLO TV for 14 weeks, every Saturday at 1:15 p.m. .to 1:45, p.m. ••> I"-"" i V"^S2l':—•—""" •--••--I".-CONTESTED ELECTION Town Council election will be Nov. 7 at Burt Town. Hall. There ate five candidates, ftay Dfetftmelr E. E. Pettis and Glaif-e KeuUel; ami George Becker and fid Ffed- ficksoft whose terms Expire, have filed fof re-election. SMftWift IS GIVEN A miscellaneous shower was held at Burt Presbyterian church last Saturday for Mary Harms who will marry Norman Ca'rlson at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Band Mothers club met Oct. 19 at the s<;hoolhouse. Hostesses were Evelyn Mawdsley, Doris Ruhnke and Alice Praser. 'Richard Gebken, Diianc Peter Jo Fries, and llnda Fairbanks came . Thursday from Ames for a short vacation from college classes. 'Kossuth Go. TB and Health Assn., will hold its fall luncheon at the Methodist church in Algona, Oct. 27 starting •the Christmas seal campaign. Burl Woman's Club will meet Oct. 23. Hostesses are Thecla Christensen and Lulu Hawcott and Helen Vogel. The program is on international affairs. Mrs. Robert Angus is Red Cross chairman for Burt. Workers will call soon for contributions. The Floyd Schultzes, Marshall, Minn., were guests Oct. 17 of their cousin, Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel. Ellen Stock, remedial language an darts teacher at Burt, has the mumps and Jean Lockwood (Mrs. Dale) .has the chicken pox. Guests Oct. 16 of Gertrude Ackerman were the William Frerich, Little FalV>, Minn. She is a cousin. They had also visited their son in Omaha, •and other relatives in this area. Tuesday Verle Schmidt, Titonka, called at the Ackerman home. He is also a cousin. Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff had a coffee Oct. 17 for Myrtle Dutton, Corrine Morse and Esther Hilton. Guests were nearby neighbors. The L. E. Riebhoffs and Helen Johnson visited Lillian Meiuzar at the Medical Cen- 'ter of Friendship Haven in Fort Dodge Oct. 16. The G. Hi McMullens are vacationing in the south. The K. J. Smiths accompanied them to St. Louis, Mo., for a visit at their son Richard's. VFW Auxiliary met Tuesday at Hattie Schrader's with •a good attendance. They voted to send school supplies to --.the children;,- in - Vietr- Nam~ • Members are! asked to bring! Christmas gifts to the next meeiing to be sent to Knox- vitle. The committee will audit the books before then as the superior will be present the NdV. 21 meeting will be at Maxine Bristow's. VPW ffiefnbefs meet in their hall the last Monday in the month. Circles of the WSCS conducted the Prayer and Self Denial services Oct. 18. A WSCS Workshop will be held at Forest City Oct. 24. Those who plan to attend, contact 'Mary Jean Andrews or Lorraine Campney. A tour to the Good Will Industries at Sioux City is planned for Oct. 26. Contact Beth Miller, the Supply Secretary. Members are to leave Betty Crocker coupons in the box at the church entrance. The Burt Fire Dept. was called Oct. 19 to a grass fire along the railroad tracks near Francis Erpelding farm. Grass and weeds are so dry a fire was quickly started by the train. Guests Oct. 22 for a birthday dinner for Mrs. Otto Westling and Julie, daughter Of the Val Gene Westlings, was held at Raymond Westling's. Guests present were Mrs. Otto Westling, the Val' Gene Westling family, Mrs. Emil Lovstad and family, Art Issacson, Stratford, and Helen Johnson. Music groups are practicing for operetta to be given Nov. 3. The Ray McWhorters are visiting in Pikesville, Ky., at Dr. Thomas John's. Mrs. John is the former Barbara McWhorter. Dr. John was ordained last Thursday as President of Pikesville Presbyterian college. The Larry Olsons, Owasso, Mich., visited friends and relatives in this area recenit- iy. m Marion Chipman visited Bulrt relatives and friends eftfoute to Piihta Corda* Fla., for the winter, in the summer he work* it Rapid City, S. D. To ckaperone student trip to Europe Sister Lucille Bresson, OSF, a teacher at Garrigan high school, Algona, was recently Selected to be a counselor- chaperone in Europe next summer with the Foreign Language League of Salt Lake City, Utah. Sister Lucille and her students, with approximately 6,000 other students and teachers from all over the U. S. and Canada, Will spend six weeks next summer on Foreign Language' League campuses throughout Europe. The Foreign Language League is the oldest and largest non-profit, tax-exempt, inter- taational high school in the world. As a part of its con- r THE FLAG IS FLYING IN MEMORY OF SP. 4 Roger D. Johnson Korean War — Army at OFFICE — 708 S. Phillips, Algona, Iowa , . - 9 — 5 Monday through Friday P -Sffirday V— 12 AM. . Sunday 1 — 5P.M. tifiuihg program, the League charters jets, leases dorms and school buildings, and schedules tours and classes. The students will spend the mornings in classrooms, while afternoons, evenings, and Weekends are filled with planned excursions, field trips, and tours. This year the League is offering students who enroll in the program the opportunity to return home on the S. S. Maasdam, a Holland- American ship, if they so desire. The curricula range from foreign languages, art history, comparative government, music history, Euglish drama and literature to ancient civilizations and Bible history. Lucille Bresson, OSF, has WATER SOFTENER PELLETS 50 Lb. Bag 99c WHITE BLOCK SALT 50 Lb. Block 69c AUREOMYCIN CRUMBLES $8.46 TON LOTS $8.75 20 BAG LOTS $8.95 10 BAG LOTS $9.15 50 Lb. Big ig Bear Hwy. 18 West ALGONA information on this foreign study program for the summer of 1968. All interested parties should contact her as soon as possible since all reservations ate made on a "first come, first served" basis. English cities are generally called boroughs. GSuttfft From a plant planted by J. C. Helms, Perry, there were two gourds weighing »% and ?-3/4 pounds eadv. The vine on which fjhey grew was over 100 feet long. Nobody ever gets tnythlng for nothing, but a lot of people keep trying. PLIDOM FRATERNITY Clhris Cd«fi; sBH of/Mfv;lfid Mfl CV W, Coflfi, 1 fi. 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