Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1966 · Page 10
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Contract for new church is let at Burl BUM — Burt Presbyterians have completed plan's" for- a tt,ew $65,000 church Shd have, let the general contract to Da ye Bartel of Frost. • '" Work is expected to begin this month, aftei; months of planning by the .Rev, Bruce ..Galb'feaUl and a building committee made up of, Mrs., Hilda Grass, Mrs!' Betty Millar, Roscoe- Maw,dsl$y Jr., Floyd Sill, Roland Chafee, Robart Angus) kichard Thompson, Russell. Patterson, Harold' Becker, Stanley Larson, William ChrMenseri, Duane MaWdsley and Harold Anderson. Plans are to construct the new church on the property, just west' of, the present building. Dimensions will ba 44x84 feet with entrance to .the south and, the exterior will be 6?> Norman brick ^wilth, a light,,cojp^ed;.as- phalt sh'ingled roof. The first 'floor will include a pastor's study, a ser,yice room for nursery care. ' arid small, group meetings, naye, and a baJ,- cony area to provide, for overflow attendance. . A full basement will hold Sunday school rooms, a' Fellowship Hall, a fully-equipped kitchen and rest rooms. . • The floor wjll, be of pre- stressed concrete, which w;ill provide clear span in the base-, ment, which quau'fys for a.; Civil Defense air raid shelter. Electrical, pliunbirig and heating contracts will be let indiyir 'dually by thie building commit- . If »•» < 2-AUONA (Iowa) ADVANCF THURSDAY, JUNfe 9, 1966, tee. the building is expected to bs cofnpl&ted by the first of next, year, ,_..,OIVSS CONCERT There was a good attendance at Butt Methodist 'church June 5 for th* fellowship pot luck suppar sponsored b^Shirley Circle, The, program at 7;30 included pictures of, this Mission in the Valley at; fo|i Dodge and a concept of familiar hymns by the children's choir, There were four adult^i, Mr£, Ver/ripn White, Mr-s. Jdhnsoii, Mrst. Dick and Mrs. Thomas, and ten children in tne choir, present from Fort Dpdge. Mary Jean Andrews gave the Welcome, Mildred, Larson read) a pqam. F. L. Ryerspn pre- sen%d a gift to the Davies family before tijey go to conferenca, rhis corning week; Golden wedding observed by ER, Woltzes in the Newest and Finest Formal Wear — Open House, was held< Sunday, June 5 at the Burt Ls- gion Halb for the E. R. Woltzes .G.olden Wedding. There were 150 present, and many well wishes were, received from relatiyes and, friends who could not attend. It was sponsored; by their children, th$ Lester Loystads, Wilfred' Woltzes, and the James Woltzes. . . Mrs. Lee Pr,att and MJ*S. Richard Simpson', Wesley, poured. Mrs. Esther Miller and Mrs. Ann Reimefs cut and served] the cake. Mrs. Howard Salisbury s,er,v- ied, ic& cream, Mrs. Earl Ackerman and Mrs. Hilda Gross were it "the guest table. Lavonne Lov- sitad, Stewartyille, and; Kathy Woltz, Fenton, had the guest book. Mrs; Vern Shipler served nunch. 'Kitchen help was Mrs. Bernard Miller, Mrs. Ray Westling and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad. Elza Woltz and Laura Godfredson were married June 6, 1916; at the Chris Godfredson home.where the F. C. Soder- bergs novy live. Rev. Tritt of the Methodist church performed, the cerempnjf. They lived in Burt four years then moved to th? Henry Sewick farm, north of town where they lived t9 years. They boughi-the^Jim'Stow^farn^ south, of Burt a jid lived there 33 years and the,'last'four years have lived;in,Burt. IS NURSE GRADUATE Gwyneth, daughter of the Glenn Teeters, completed nurses training, graduajting- June 4 at Newman high" school in Mason City. A reception was held at .the Green Lantern and guests included the Raymond Nelsons, Henry Johannsens, Russell Cooks, M. L. Duttons, Gary Schichtlg, Wayne Schichtls, Ben Bahlings and Mrs. Gary Elbert and Mrs. Janice Triinkhill. The Rev.' and Mrs, Dayies and the Glenn Teeters attended the Baccalaureate at 10 a.m. Gwynr eth and' three classmates started work Monday at the Schoitz Memorial hospital in Waterloo. TO ALL NEW BRIDES You took After Your ttusbiwl and- Let Us Look After Your Dry Clewing FOR HER . . . cleaning of dresses, 8r r ^ FOR HIM . . . quality dry clwning of suits/ sport coats, and sweaters. FOR THi NQMUI . • . drapes, cutajn*, «lip-coy«rs, cleaned If your clothes are nqt becoming to. you , . , THEY SHQUiP. §i COMING TO US! - Willy Hill, QWMT - DRY CLEANERS / low« Merle Soh.wietert's, Mrs. ? Emma Grooms, Cedar Rapidsy visited Mrs. Louis Scott, Mrs, Chfts, Scott and other relatives last week. Summer story hour at Burt public library will start June 16 from 10 to 11 a,m. Stories and games are for 4 year olds throUglj dst grade. The James Woltzes are moving this week to Wayefly where he will bie science teacher and assistant'coach, He will attend summer * school at Cedar Falls to receive M.A. degree. He tail* ght at Sentral school, the past seven years. >'•"'• '' '• ,.' •'" Supt. 'and Mrs/ Bruce Crart- stpii Wect to Storm Lake Saturday to Buena Vista college where he./ is a membsr, of the alumni board and attended a noon luncheon, there In the af- tei;npon he attended a, meeting of the board of directors, in the evening the Cranstons were guests at the President's dinner for faculty members, alumni, board of trustees, board of directors, baccalaureate and com mencement speakers, ami theif wives. - ' Junior Oifl Scoiife Howers a v , park and will take oale of them this summei-. ; The J> t. Millers and Owen ttopkinses attended the funeral of Mrs, Carl Barth at the« Methodist church at Havfelock Jurtfee. Mrs. Lulu. Ringsdorf had a coffee at her home Saturday for Mrs. Verda Kieflite Vpihd was visiting Burt frieilds, The Leon Laytons ; and . Jim Laytons, West Union, Were guests June 5 at Roy Ringsdorf's. Jim Layton will leave J^une 17 for Germany and 3-year service. Patricia Zwiefel and, Donald Mugan, Emmeitsburg, visited Saturday at Mrs... Myrtle, Zwie? fel's. Mrs, Olaf Olson, Lake Mill?* spent June. 5 with v Lulu Hawcott and Selina Chiton. The Kent Ryersons, Moines, were weekend guests at Frank Ryerson's. -." At CLARION The Fted H. firidksOfiS attended tWft weddiftg of - theife niece, tb RbirialdiClaude in n Ml OHUUua.y*; nr»j, «..^.» wenu to Dubuque.Wh*fe,ott;Sun* day they.attended mass at St. Raphael's Catlfedral and gradua; tton of iheif Nephew, Harold WJnfc,s«ft of : the B. G. Brinks, Bancroft^ from, Loras college on Sunday afternoon. They heard Dr. Sargent Shr.iver give the .address, whose brbther-ih*law John F. Ketiiiedy had given the ad- cress ten years before. SQUARE DANCE , The Algona Promenaders will b4 holding their first outdoor square dance of the season, Saturday, June 11, at the Call street parking lot, Algona. The dance begins at 8:30 p.m. Bob and. Nona Griffith of Des Moines wr' 11 ba callers. In case of rain, the dance will be held at the YF-W hall; All dancers and spectators aije welcome. CLIFF CARLSON, well-known art instructor in sculpture, is shown with one of his models who will be posing for him, for full figure work on the sidewalk of downtown Algona on Friday, June 10, the annual Sidewalk Art Show Day. Mr. Carlson has been an instructor in sculp ture in various cities in northern Iowa, and southern Minnesota, such as the Albert Lea Art Center, Waldorf College, and Mason City Art Center. The above 1 picture was taken in the sculpture workshop of the Mason City Art? Center* The mqdel is Betty Parks of Mason City. She has been modeling for advanced glasses doing full-figure sculpture. From the entries being received, this year promises to be a very fine show. Entry blanks may be obtained at the Chamber of Commerce office. Services for Harley Hoeck Seneca, June 1 Seneca — Funeral services were held June 1 at Armstrong for Harley Hoeck, 65, who died Monday at the hospital at Esther vi lie where he had been, a patient two weeks. Death was from cancer. Mr. Hoeck was born March 30, 1901, son of the Henry Hoecks, and lived in the north/Seneca area for many years. Her was married to Mary Hawbaker, Elmore, in 1920. He retired from farming approximately 18 years ago and moved to Armstrong. Survivors include a son, Harley Jr., Los Angeles, Call/.; a daughter/Mrs, Dorothy Wilson, Modesto, Calif.; two brothers, Henry, Swea City, and Elmer, LoMarsj three sisters, Mrs. Art Paulson, Lone Rock, Mrs. Henrietta G,off, in Illinois, and Mrs. Carl Schrader, Merryfield, Minn. NURSERY PARTY Blakjer Lutheran Church Women held an annual Birtlviay and Nursery Roll party at tfre church Thursday. Mrs. Raymond Bergum presided. Devotions were by Mrs. Art Bergum and readings by Mr^ixl're^v^hannesej].; Cathy. Bergum played a; piano selection and, Mrs. John Johannesen, read a poem. Jill Jensen's Bible class .of ; beginners sang songs. Mrs. Ray Bergum gave a reading. Audrey Bergum sang a solo. Nursery roll children are. Jam's Bergum, Starr Larsen, Brian and Scottie Looft, Laurie and Brian Lium, and Terry, Tammy and Lisa Wilberg. Other guests were Mrs. Harold Anderson and Ruth Ann, Ringsted, and Karol Jensen. Hostesses were Mrs. Kenneth Halverson, Mrs. Marlin Lium, Mrs. Melvin Bratrud and Mrs. Gaylord 01- sen. OSBORN REUNION The Osborn reunion was held at the Swea City Park May 29 with 75 in attendance. Present were the Bob Jessens, Armstrong; Lloyd Osborns, Aurora, Minn.; Earl Osborns, Cylinder; Neil Osborns, Charles City; Jim Osborns, Minneapolis; Bob Pe- tersens, Mason City; Mrs. Mabal Osborn, Stewartville; Minn.; Clarence Osborns and their guests, the Arnold Kueckers, Minneapolis; Bill Richmonds, John K?Uys, Wilfred Browns, Jack Richmonds, Melvin Browns, Armstrong; Bill Browns, Ellis Saxtpns, Fairmont; Otto Kellys, Ledyard; Mrs. Esther Osborn and Marion Osborn, Algona, and the Warren Grussings, Ames. .,-!.'.-The -Harold -GrunhovdS{«Man- kato, and Richard Pannell, Fen- 'tori, were Sunday callers at Ted Jensen's. The Grunhovds, who have spent the past year at Mankato, will move to Clear Lake. He will continue working with the Farm Bureau Insurance as a hail adjuster. Mrs. Clarence (Leah) Olsen, Desert Hot Springs, Calif., spent last week visiting her sister, the Curtis Olsons. The Everett Withams attended the funeral of Art Schults, Whittemore, at Algona. Burial was at the Lutheran cemetery, Whittemore. Burt Mrs, Gtorgt Hawcett The Odey Cherlands will have their silver wedding with open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 19 at St. John's Lutheran church in Burt. All relatives and friends are invited. The Ed Fredricksons visited Sunday in Waterloo at a neph ew Leon Olson's, Mrs. Lawrence Olson, Hesperia, Calif., was also a guest at the family gathering. The Paul Danas, Ames, were weekend guests at the parental TWO m NWNTS OF ENTERTAINMENT! JAMES BOND ANP THE AGENTS FRIDAY, JUNE 10 - SATURDAY, JUNE 11 warn mm n IM P.M.I THE PINE ROOM HOTEL ALGONA ...BUT LONG DISTANCE RATES ARE LOWER! Thirty years ago a Long Distance caH was a big event for the average family. Putting the call through often took several minutes, and.the cost could put quite a dent in the family budget. Today you can calianywhere in.the nation in a matter of seconds. Your voice is carried across the miles as clearly as if you were phoning a neighbor. And as for cost—just look at these comparisons: . , , 3 MINUTE STATION-TO-STATION RATES DAY MATES . 196C Des Molnes to Seattle Sioux City to Miami Council Bluffs to New York Mason City to New Orleans 193t $5.25 5.00 4.25 4.25 3.50 $1.70 i 1.70 1.55 1.55 1.45 NIGHT ft SUNOAV »ATIS-M6f ; $.90 . .90 .80? .80 .75 '•Lowest rates tn history are In •f/ectafter 8,P.M. daily and anytime on Sunday. During thosa • periods you can make a 3-minute station call to .anywhere In tha U.?., except Hav/aii and Alaska, for Jl.OO.or less. ^^ Northwestern BeH(S) j Dad's Day Short Sleeve 1ft Shirt Speplal Most All of our Men's Regular 2,98 Short Sleeve Snort and Dress Shirts Shirts for Dads of every description to wear with pride and lots of comfort, long and short sleeve dress shirts, popular j«c shirt* . . . sport s)iirt« in every style and color Pads want. Hurry for this is

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