Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1967 · Page 8
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Burt school art displayed at university Burt—Art work of the Burt schools 7th and 8th grades will be displayed by Mrs. •Lawrence Ghipman this Saturday evening at Drake uni- realty in -Des Moines. The students' work will be viewed by members of a class preparing to teach elementary and junior high school art. Mrs. Chip man will be aided in explaining the exhibit by Cynthia, John and Linda Ohipman. Among the work samples included are oil and acrylic paintings, air dried clay sculptures, collages and mosaics; op art paintings and tempera color studies; encaustic (hot wax) pa.inting;chalk, charcoal and pencil drawings; and pho- tograms. . The students have aiso sent work to be displayed at the Blue Earth 'hospital and the university of Minnesota. A few of the students have also sold their works of art. Mrs. Wilson is is dettgted as her students at their success in the art field. MARINERS MEET Mariners club ihet Sunday with Mariene and Leonard Stenzel and Frank and Virginia Becker. Devotions were by Duanc and Marjorie Maw i dslcy. The program Bibles study was by Roscoe and Evelyn Mawdsley. Avis and Bill! Ohristcnson had the surprise ( number. Two letters were 1 read from their Korean orphan, a 12-year-old boy in Seoul, Korea. A special offering will be sent soon for Christmas over and above the monthly support. Last smmer a birthday box and gift of money was sent which he used to buy shoes and some food. The Harold Beckers will write the November letter to Korea. Plans were made for the Christmas party for members and families. She spend* her weekends at home and will takeover duties in Kossuth Dec. 1. BEGINS TRAINING Mrs. Russell Patterson, who was hired as extension assistant in youth activities by the county extension council in cooperation with Iowa State univcsity starts liar training Nov. 1. The first week is in Ames, and second week in Greenfield and Winterset, the third week at Anamosa, and the 'last week again in Ames. DAU'S LATE MODEL USED CARS 1966 OLDSMOBILE Delta Holiday Sedan, Hydramatie, radio, heater, power steering, power brakes, whitewall tires, factory air conditioning. Low mileage. 1966 OLDSMOBILE Delta 88, 4 door sedan, Hydrama- tic, radio, heater, power steering, power brakes, whitewall tires, factory air conditioning. 16,700 actual miles. 1965 FORD Galaxie 500, automatic transmission, power steering, radio, heater, whitewall tires, white with red interior. 1964 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88, 4 door sedan, Hydra- matic, power steering, power brakes, whitewall tires, turquoise and white. 1964 CHEVROLET Impala, 4 door sedan, automatic transmission, radio, heater, light green with white top. 1963 OLDSMOBILE Dynamic 88, 4 door sedan, Hydra- matic, radio, heater, power steering, power brakes, rear window defroster, medium blue. 1962 FORD Fairlane 500, 4 door sedan, straight stick, • radio, heater, beige color. 1961 OLDSMOBILE 88 Station Wagon, Hydramatie, radio, heater, power steering, power brake's, electric rear window. 1961 CHEVROLET, Bel Air, 4 door sedan, automatic transmission, heater, white with blue interior. CHEAPIES I960 Ford Galaxie 500, V-8, 4-door, auto, trans., radio, heater, whitewall tires . _ _. ... $295.00 1959 Ford V-8, Galaxie, 4 door sedan - $125.00 1960 Ford 6 cylinder, 2 door $100.00 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 door, auto, trans., radio, whitewall tires, heater $175.00 DAU'S OLDSMOBILE & RAMBLER SOUTH DODGE STREET ALGONA, IOWA NEW OPIMf TTE A the operetta, Olanithe, was well attended Friday at Uie Burt school and received much applause. The director, Mrs. Harold Orover, was presented a plaque by Mrs. RUs» ell Patterson as the Burt nominee for the rural teacher of the year of 1967 nominated by the U. P. W. and many Mends and pupils, also scrap book of letters received from pupils and friends was given her. YOUNG GIRL DIES 'The Jack Giffords, Fort Dodge, came Monday to get her mother, Mrs. Gertie Moore. They attended the funeral! of Christine Moore in Oskaloosa Monday. She was the 16-year-old daughter of the Robert Moores, and died Friday in Rochester of a rare blood disease. The 'Robert Moores are former Burt residents and he is the son of Mrs. Gertie Moore. Darryl Sparks, Thomas Herrick and Mrs. Ortman took the 12th grade English class to Estherville Nov. 3 to see the play " MacBeth" given by students from Drake university. Cadets met Saturday at !:• 30 p.m. at the home of Margaret Devine with nine members and two leaders, Mrs. George Becker and Mrs. Art Kahler present. The girls planned a party for the rest (homes sometime in the near future. They discussed earning challenge badges. A demonstration, Proper Finger Nail Care, was given by Mrs. Devine. The group will sell nuts and candy after school tlhis week. Lunch was served by Margaret. Scribe is Nancy Herrick. Girl Scouts are taking orders for mixed nuts, peanut crunch and dry roasted pea- nuits at $1 per box delivered. •If anyone has been missed call Mrs. Robert Angus, chairman. Vows repeated at Wesley Walter Campney took his mother, Mrs. 0. A. Campney to Minneapolis Tuesday. She was an over night guest oif a niece, Mrs. F. E. Montgomery, and left Wednesday by plane for a month at John Busciher's in Billings, Mont. Walter Campney attended a directors meeting of Hhe Midwest Breeders Assn. in Slhiawano, Mich., Wednesday and returned home Thursday. Ed Fredrickson has, been transferred to Algona as station agent and John Wesselink is acting agent in Burt. Lorena Roark, Helen Sfch- wietert and Vera Sc'hwieteri visited Merle Schwieitert at Lutheran hospital in Foil Dodge. Monday. Saturday visitors were Mrs. Merle Sehwie- •tert, Mrs. Paul Dana, the E. C. Schwieterts, Ada Hardgrove, Lester Schwietert and relatives from Titonka. Birthday Circle well meet Thursday with Mrs. Ella Sigsbee. The Raymond Lavrnezes, of Sl'ratford, were guests Sunday 01 her mother, Mrs. Helen Weiske. The Walter Stewards visited Sunday in Estherville at Ray Miller's. Mary Ellen will go to Iowa City soon for treatment for a back ailment. Wesley—Jane Eisenbacher, daughter of Vincent Eisenbacher and the late Dorothy Eisenbacher and Terry Krout son of Mr. and Mrs. Clell Krout, Ci.arokee,' Kan., were married at 10 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic church. The bride's uncle, Father Linus Eisenbacher, Odebolt, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was giv- in marriage by her father. Mrs. Glen Wagner, Pittsburg, Kan., sister, of the groom, was matron of honor, and Linda Eisenbacher, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Jim Eisenbaoher, brother of ,the bride, was best man. Dan Stevens, Bantles- ville, Okla., was groomsman. Ushers were Ed Brown, Pittsburg, Kan., and Larry Scott, Weir, Kan. Mass servers* were John Eisenbacher, brother of the bride, and Don Weber, both of Wesley. A dinner for 150 guests was served in the parish hall Waitresses were Margaret Lackteig, Lynn Studer, Karen Lappe, Renee Bauer, Jean Goetz and Cathy Stroutlh. The cake was cut by Mrs. William Huglin, Rockwell and Mrs. Oscar Monson. Judy Teresa Eisenbacher, sister of ithe bride, Janice Ricke, Wes- iley, and Ruth Lickteig, Cedar Rapids, opened tho gifts. Sue Nelson, Cedar .<Falls, and Becky Hilbert, Wesley, had the guest book. They are living at Bartles- vllle, Okla., where he is employed as a draftsman for the Phillips Petroleum Co. the Co-operative Service Co. of Waterloo and Milton Ponsar, member relations director of the Co-operative Service Co. of Waterloo. Guests introduced were Vernon Floy, manager, and Andy Anderson, assistant, of Falrmers Co-operative Gas & Oil Co., Mason City'; Clayton Garner, manager of Farm Service Co-operative, Charles City; 0. L. Skattum, manager of Members Mutual Oil CO. of Waterloo, Rudy Bader, former president of Iowa Institute of Cooperation;, LaPcite City; Elmer Olson, manager of Farmers Co-operative Oil Co. of Forest City. Entertainment was by the Gate Sisters of Independence, Mo., performers with Grand 01' Opr'y. Door prizes were awarded E. C. Bahnkendorf, Bancroft, Henry Stroebel, Burt; Mrs. Viola Studer, Wesley; Bahne Bahnson, Burt; Phillip Am- dorfer, Algona; Nick Arndorfer, Algon; Gerritt De L . Waard, Wesley; Mrs. Elmer Doug'hrn, Wesley; Mrs. A'rt Plathe, Corwith; Collette Kockler, Bancroft; Rollie Ht*rd, Wesley; Ben Krebs, Corwith; Mrs. Nick Weber, Wesley! Joseph Johnson, Swea City; Clare Dearch, Algona; Frank Bleich, Wesley; William Wiskus, Bancroft; Harm Huisin ga, Titonka. Lunch was served by the Corwith-Wes'ley Band Mothers. New business •pusher* October 30 Algeria's newest business, Production Credit Association, opened tor business on Monday, October 30, at 718 South Phillips St., with Dick Wardell as Field office manager. . The Production Credit Association has been serving Kossuth county farmers the past 34 years. This association, with the home office in Emmetsburg, serves Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Kossuth and Palo Alto counties. The new branch office in Algona will serve Kossuth and eastern Emmet county. Office hours will be Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nancy Blanchard, Field Office clerk, will be in the office each day: Dick Wardell will be iir Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. Mr. Wardell is a native of Blair, Neb. where he grew up on a farm. He graduated from high school at Kennard, Neb. and from the University of Nebraska in 1966 with majors in agricultural economics and agricultural education. He has been associated with this type of work since college, and has been in Emmetsburg since the first of this year. An open house is planned at the new Production .Credit Association office on Friday, November 10. For details see the advertising elsewhere in today's Advance. SON * A ,- Lifty fiftym taw* § ft to. 4 tit ton, fiu|«e Robert, born it Hifi^MtofiM* ill hospital Oet 81, &g& per*ntoir« the Don*W Brtck JIM* tfld Marie foW*™** fer, and Kenneth, 4, year old Soft MM? ill home. •' 4-H award night will be held at the Burt Legion hall Nw, 13. Eastern Star will meet in the hall Nov. 14.. tfoats are the Clarke MiUers, Mrs. R. Harris and Mrs. Marie Krftnt*. U & I circle, will meet Nov. 14 with Elsie and Neoma Jun* kermeir. Roll call is a modem appliance most thankful for. The program is an extension lesson. Fortnightly club will meet Friday at Mrs. Ben BaMing's. The .Legion Auxiliary sewing meeting will be held Nov. 8 at Mrs. Fred Howard's. The county meeting will be, held tit Mrs. Fred Howard's. The Nov. 14 at Wesley. Work of the T-B associations, local, state and national is financed by the Christmas Seal contributions. Each year Ohridtmas seals .are mailed to people living in every community. Ninety-three percent of the money is spent in 'the 'state in which it is raised. The Kent Ryersons and two sons, Des Moines, were over night guests Nov. 3 at F. L. Myerioti's. They cMie; to attend Mi 6fe««4 Fftotey and muted ft«n* jfcwnfcy. Mi*. NeU OptieiirL Sexton, end Buntodenc Opheim, fawn ard John, spetit the week end in Fairmont at Alfred OpheAm's. M». Paul Baft*, of Ames, spent the weekend with her hiothef, M». Mefle Schwietert and they visited Merle in the Port Dodge hospital. The Condit Bowies, Lake City, visited old friends and attended the operette Friday. He was superintendent here '1935 to 1940- Mrs. GroVef presented her first operette in 1938. The Daniel Zauggs, Ames, spent the weekend at Ervin Ulses home. All attended the wedding of Diane Vaske and Willis Bolling'er at 10:30 a, m. Saturday at St. John's Catholic church,' in Bancroft. Eastern -Star Past Matrons club will meet Thursday with Jessie Miller and Trella Patterson. Roll call is a favorite Thanksgiving dessert. The program is by Mary Georgia Hanson and Ellen Holmgren. -,"-'.' • "•• ' CENTENNIAL — St. Paul's Methodist church, Williamsburg, celebrated its 100th , year of founding Oct. 29. On the same date the golden anniversary of the present dhurdi building was also recognized. BOOK YOUR BEEF FEEBS »eee«ee»eeeeeee«»eee»+ Burt Mr*. G«org» Hawe«tt SAVE REAL FOLDING MONEY T » PEELS EASY FLINTKOTE i PEEL-STICK VINYL ASBESTOS FLOOR TILE Brand ntw and beautiful.., and to easy to put down. You can completely re-do an •' x 10' room in less time than it takts to clean and wax the old, worn one. All you do is peel off tht backing paper and stick the tile to the floor - for a sparkling, colorful new floor you can do, without me** orfu**. Annual meet ofK-Hheld at Wesley Wesley—The 37th annual meeting of the K & H Co-operative Oil Co. was held in the Weisiey school auditorium Oct. 24 with a large attendance of members and guests. Vice-Pres. C. F. Callies and Sec. Cliflord Carlson presided. Manager Edward L. Johnson reported sales of $1,424,527.43 and savings of $194,419.88. Howard Salisbury, of Burt, and William G. Erdman, Ranawha, were re-elected to the 'board of directors for 3- year terms. Over 135 new stockholders were added to the list of members during the year. Speaking briefly were William Demro, sales manager of WORKSHOP SUNDAY C.D.A. workshop will be iheld Sunday Nov. 12 from 1 to 4:30 p.m. in the parish hall. The state officers will be here to conduct it. There will also be a question 'box, and a light lunch will be served. On the kitchen committee are Vanda •Pfeffer, Marilyn Lickteig, Berniece Vitztihum, Imogene Stu'dor, Veronica Erdman, Helen Koppen, Rose Hauptly, Agnes Lachteig, . Marilyn Grandganett, Rita Youngwir- tlh, Joy Hanig, Margaret Becker, Clara Hauptman, Eileen Johnson and Judy Otis. On the .entertainment committee iare Margaret Root, Erma Kunz, Bernadine Hamilton, and 'Mary Oesterreidher. CLUB HAS PROGRAM The Woman's club met on Monday at Mary Smith's,, with Mary Jean Andrews assistant. President Vera Bradley appointed Mabeline Lovstad as KS-.> chairman. Epsilon Sigma Oinioron is an honorary reading sorority .lean Loekwood was appointed as scholarship chairman. Elva Boettcher, gerontology Chairman, reported her committee took seven children in costume to the Kossuth, County Home , Oct. 28. The group also took pumpkin pies to the home. Genevieve Graham announced the program. The saxaphone quartette, Linda Becker, Debbie Stenzel, Jeanie Chafee, Kaithy Patterson, played "Intermezzo" by Bizet. Janice Troutman gave a report on Head Start at the national and local level. Erna Grover showed the film strip, "Title I— Off and Running." Elsie Winter was a guest. The next meeting, will be Nov. 20 at Elva BoettcheT'si. FELLOWSHIP SUPPER Ivy Circle of the WSCS will sponsor a Fellowship Night 6:30 pot luck supper at the Burt Methodist church Nov. 19. Debbie Laws, foreign exchange student, will give a talk about (her trip to Switzerland. 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