Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

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t-ALOONA «•*•) AOVANCI MONDAY, MAY 16, 1H4 school will be in session one ttudy defense v* * iort j— KoSsuth League of Municipalities met May 10 at Burt Town Hall with 25 area iften present. State director of civil defense Ray Stiles, DCS Moines, explained the civil de» tense program. Each county in title state should have an organized c»vil defense program and Kossuth is one of 20 counties tihat does not have such, a program. ^Before a county program can be organized the Sheriff, board of supervisors, and all town councils must pass a resolution to organize. After all resolutions are passed, a county.board consisting of one representative from each group will be established and they in 'turn will appoint a county civil defense director. Resolution blanks'.were distributed to, representatives at the meeting. The federal government matches 'each, .dollar raised locally to build fall out Shelters, purchase first aid vehicles and set up first aid tions and a central, supply center stocked, with all necessities. There are 12 or 13 fall out shelters in the county most of which 'are located in' Algona. OFFICERS ELECTED ,; Twelve members of the Eastern Star, Past Matrons dub and two guests attended a 9 a.m. breakfast May 12 at Beth Miller's.' Assisting, hostesses were Millie 'Klamp, Lorraine Campney and Gladys Hawcott. Fruit juice, rolls, fruit plate, cookies and coffee were served. There was a short business meeting. Plans were made for the next meeting, a dinner at Trelors in Fort Dodge. Cards were sent to four members who were ill. Officers for next year were elected.:;..Pres., Gladys Hawcott; vice, Millie Klamp; sec.-trees., Lefie McMullen; historian, Erma Pratt. $168 FOR CANCER , The Cancer* Drive has baen completed and the total collected is $168.75 in Burt. The chairman, Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff, thanks all who contributed and the Workers who are Mrs.' Dale Ijockwood, Mrs. Howard Batt, Mrs. Elwin Stenzel, Mrs. Viola McDonald, Mrs. Darwin Kolpke, Mrs. A. C. Hinckley and L. E. Riebhoff. DATE TEEN t There' ;will bo / a Te£n Time Get Together with music, film strip and lunch at Bui^t Town Hall, 7:30'p.nv< to 9:30< p;ni.,' fpr all Senior high 1 ji cpnimunity' Wednesday evening •May. 18 and Wednesdajr evening May 25. Boyd Bristow; and mu- •sic group and a film, on Values j for Teenagers-r-the Choice^ is *YOUTS". ;'; -.;.;•• /. • / '.',,..-': ,'-; '•'• TO SCHOOL- BOARD Ronald Jurgens, manager of Burt Co-op, elevator, was aip- ppiated to complete the unex pired term of Rev. Wm.' Soheer as school director of Burt schools. The other directors are Kenneth Sarchet, Ed Smith Jr. Dr. M. I. Ldchter, and Ronalc Gardner. Mrs. Betty Eilders, Stewartville, Minn, has been hired to teach second grade at Burt school. The high school music department directed by Mrs. Larry Coney wil give a 3-act musical ppmedy operetta, "Where's Charlie?", at the school gym 8 p.m. May 17. A birthday party for Lydia Manus was held Thursday a Beulah Dundas's, At 500 Martha Gifford won high and Gloria Presthus low prize. Linda, daughter of the Ever ett Lockharts, married Rich Robert, Bridgewater, Saturday a the Grace Methodist church in Oelwein. Mr. Lockiiart was bane instructor in the Burt school some years ago. Mr. and Mrs George Manus attended the wedding. Members of the Mariner plub at Burt attended a Marin ers "Get Together" at Algona Presbyterian church May 15 Speakers will talk on the pro posed confession of 1987. The Clarke Millers went Iowa City Thursday for a check up on the condition of his ears Tjie J. L. Millers stayed at the farm while they were gone. The Pre^yteriaji Vacation Bible sdiool will start May 3 f«d continue through tiie sec on4 week in. June, 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 «t.m. with § full da TiiunsiqUy. All who have n> other school to attend are wel kindergarten through ju elodist Va^atioa W , 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., June 6-10, classes kindergarten. to grad6 6, both for dood Hope and Burt, at Burt Methodist church. Lutheran church is not having Bible school this year, Members will meet at the Legion hall at 1 p.m. May 19 for the annual cleaning. Rosemary Ulses attended Vei- shea at Ames last week. May 20 there will be a Senior high dinner party of Presbyterian youth at the Johnson, House, Algona, for the Senior class and a farewell for Valerie Holding. At the Burt Methodist church May 15 W.S.C.S. officers will b& installed and life membership pins will be presented. In th6 afternoon an every member visitation will be conducted. Rosemary Ulses is on vacation from the Burt Savings bank, and Bculah Dundas is assisting at'the bank. U.P.W. will.meet May 18 with Hostesses Mrs. Hilda Gross, Mrs. Bernard Gifford, and Mrs. Miahael Long. Devotions are by Mrs. Roy, Ringsdorf and program by Mrs. W< W. Bosttcher and Mrs. Roland Chafee. Circles 'of W.S.C.S. will meet May 18: Shirley Circle at the church; Iftee Circle at Cunningham cafe; and Ether Circle at 12:30 for a pot luck ftt Ethel Smith's hottie. Swea Eagle Mrs, Kenneth •rortet April 18 Mrs. Dawel Bishop had guests for the 6th birthday of Carmen, including her Kindergarten class of little girls. Her teacher, the Wayne Jorgen- sens, were also guests. Mrs. Floyd Montgomery, Mrs. George Harner and Mrs. Wai- lacs Reynolds meet once a week at alternating homes for art classes. Mrs. Marie Wilson, Swea City, art teacher gives the lessons. They have shown paintings at Swea City Field and Pair days, at a recent showing ait the bank in Blmore, and also have some of their art work exhibited in an art gallery in Minneapolis. - -,. , The Everett RSp'pentrops wer* guests Sunday 6f their , son Dwayne, at Ringsted. Sunday guests at Dettmer Thompson's were Mrs; Adolph Anderson, Fort Dodge, Mrf. Ruth Carlson, the Gene,Thoit% sons, E. E. ThompiSnsV ; tod fhilip Voelkct, Petcrsbefg, N. I), Mr. Voelkef and IFratik L. Burns, also of Petefsberg, had Men Easter weekend guests at the Dettmer Thompsons. The Paul Wiechmanns tfc, tended the confirmation Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Pairmoiiit, of Anne and John Benks, children of the George Benks. The Julitis Tennysons became grandparents for the first time when a son was born recently to the John Tennysons in Call tornda. The baby was named Mark John. Mrs. Harold Carr returned home Wednesday after two we- aks at Rochester, Minn, where she had surgery at St. Mary's hospital. .,,' „ Recent callers at Harold Oarr's were Mrs. Don Koons and children and Mrs. Orville Budach and Paul, all of Estherville, Mrs. Linus Vaske and children, Rolfe, the John Blums, Armstrong, Walter Magnusens, Warren Bro.nesias, Andrew Bro- neses and Mrs. Bertha Burt. The Merle Lockwoods visited her parents,, the Emil Block- weiins, Fenton, Sunday. BURT HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS -Photos by GLENN'S STUDIO, Algona — Left to rifjht :-r-;Connie McFarland, Loreli Lavrenz, Jim Redemike, Joe Fries, Victoria Koesfhr', t%r;VCIaudine Cranston, Le Ann Duane. Peter, Dallas Curt! • Left to right — Robert Lovstad, Douglas Black, Merwyn Cunningham, Judy Spry, Jean Wood, Left to right — Linda Fairbanks, Nancy Becker, Donald Gifford, Robert Ortman, Jane Barslou. THESE PROGRESSIVE BURT MERCHANTS ARE PROUD TO SALUTE OUR GRADUATING SENIOR CLASS. Burt Co-op. Elevator J. L. MILLER, Mgr. Lumber • Grain • Coal • Feed • Seed Bernie' Market Groceries - Fresh Meats • Vegetables Phone 9^4-3614 BURT Cunningham's Cafe "GOOD FOOD ALWAYS" CHILDREN ALWAYS WELCOME Consolidated Co-op. CREAMERY Whittemore — Lone Rock — Swea City Burt Savings Bank FARM LQANS & INSURANCE Phone 924-3215 BURT BURT GARAGE AND STANDARD SERVICE ^ Automatic transmission service •) Front end alignment & wheel balancing WEST BEND Senior Class Left to right — Elaine Smith, James GreJnert, Joyce Yoch, Gerald Beieh, Mary Nessen, Patrick Montag, James Johns. Ltff to right — John BUutr, Edna BonniUttor, Linda G«rber, Dorothy Baas, Michael AAartl, Gloria M*tiger, Marsha Gratber. , . ,'>'-. .-,..:••' -.^ C: •' "••.' • : ""'"-• '" '• Ltrt to right — Eileen Harms, Susan Eiclielzer, Raymond; Brown, David Welter, Donald Wirtx, Karen Neliis, Dennis Fchr. Left to right —' Paul Munson, Wayne Hanseiman, Carol Higgms, Heggy Miller, Steven Simohson, Robert Thilgss, Susan Thilges. Left to right — Patricia Christensen, Steven Blair, Patricia Banwart, Bruce Balgaman, Wayne Banwart, Rachel Habeger, Ronald Barber. '^-j':"'., ,;,',;.• .'.'•,'•'-. ' '• Left to right — Linda Rasmussen, Timothy Dahlhauser, Glen Ludwig, Lynn Stuecker, Michael Miller, Beverly Mogler, Janet Schafer. . < ' Left to right -^Donald Wolfe, Janet Anderion, Steven Miller, Alyce Jon«», Elmer Frieden, Luann Henrikson, Richard Fuchsen. . •• •....• ••'^ '••••'• ' > . •.. -•••/•. • '. ; : ••••', WE ARE PROUD TO OFFER OUR BEST WISHES TO THESE GRADUATES —Photo, by Wolti Studio, Dest Moines Iowa State Bank West Bend West Bend Auto Co. West Bend THERESA'S CAFE West Bend West Bend Elevator Co. West Bend Knecht's Standard Service ''Rambler Sales 4 Service" BAUBLE STORE West Bend DONNA'S BEAUTY NOOK LEAN'S BAKERY - WEST BEND PORTER CLOTHING West Bend MIKES BROS, MEATS Weist |tn«T DR. J. F, JOHNS ft OR. J, f, UREN VfTi«INA(UAN$-. 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