The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 23, 1967 · Page 24
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 24

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 23, 1967
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Burt - Lone Rock Monitor Raise Teacher Base Pay At Burt, J 5100 To'5600 BURT - In a special meeting Thursday, Feb. 16, the Burt Community Board of Education approved a teacher salary of $5,600 B. A. base, with $200 yearly increments. This is a substantial Increase as the former base was $5,100 with $150 yearly increment. This new salary base Is now very much in line with other area school districts. There is an eight-year experience allowed the B. A. schedule with a maximum of 12 years. Elementary teachers will be restricted to a maximum of five years experience for 60-hour teachers and to 8 years experience for 105-hour teachers. They are allowed $150 yearly Increment. The average salary paid in the Burt Community School will Increase approximately $700. Band Mothers At Burt To Buy Uniform Cases BURT - Burt Band Mothers voted Thursday night to purchase plastic zippered uniform cases for all new band uniforms. In other business, the group heard a very favorable report on the annual Land Bank dinner they served recently. The group cleared approximately $300 on the dinner which the group will use for the many things they do for the band each year. A saxophone quartet of Linda Becker, Debbie Stenzel, Kathy Patterson and Jeanlne Chafee entertained the group by playing the selection they are preparing 'to play at the music contest to be held later. Hostesses at Thursday's meeting were Evelyn Mawdsley, Allida Harms, Lavina Hansen and Darlene Her rick. Burt Band Mothers who have any Zip Code books they have been unable to sell are asked to take these books to the Burt Telephone office, where they will be picked up by the president, Mrs. Betty J. Miller. Severe Attack Of Asthma BURT - Mrs. Wallace Hawcott, wife of Postmaster Wallace Hawcott, Burt, was rushed to the Park Hospital Mason City early Thursday morning ,where she was Immediately placed under oxygen. Mrs. Hawcott who suffers from Bronchial Asthma suffered a severe Asthma attack during the night. The Burt Firemen were called and Howard Batt and Charles Spry answered the call and administered oxygen until she was rushed to the Hospital. Mrs. Viola McDonald and daughter, Frances Ann, Sioux City, spent the weekend with Burt and Lone Rock friends and relatives. Mrs. McDonald is a house mother at Morningside College and Frances Ann a voice major at the college. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Cook were Sun/lay guests at the Ralph Bartlett home, Charles City. The birthday of Mrs. Cook was observed. The ladies are sisters. NEED CLOTHES FOR WORK? PLAY? DRESS? we have them ... JACKETS REDUCEDI1 Shiplers DRY GOODS AND VARIETY Burt, Iowa School Supf. At Burt Resigns BURT - Thursday, Feb. 16 the board of education received and accepted the resignation of Bruce Cranston as superintendent of the Burt Community School. Supt. Cranston resigned to accept a position as superintendent at the Paton-Churdan School. In reporting his resignation, Supt. Cranston stated that he and his family had enjoyed the past two years at Burt and would miss the friendships made, but felt the opportunity offered was too good to refuse. The Paton-Churdan School is a fairly new school and has an approximate enrollment of 600 students. The board also received and accepted the resignation of Mrs. J. R. Thompson, 5th grade teacher. After 12 successful years In the Burt Community School system, Mrs. Thompson is retiring at the end of the school year. Mr. Thompson Is now in Florida preparing a building site on which they plan to construct a winter home. Mrs. Christensen Hostess, Burt Woman's Club BURT - Members oi the Burt Women's Club met at the home of Thecla Christensen on Monday evening, Feb. 13, with Phoebe Thompson and Iva Jurgens assisting hostesses. The theme of the evening's meeting was "The Challenge To Benefit From the Past." Mary Jean Andrews presented an article on "Know Your Federation." A skit "Women Who Knew Lincoln" was presented with Lillian Fredrickson narrating. Taking part in the skit were Virginia Fries, Barbara Calbreath, Erma Pratt, Clara Reynolds and Mabelline Lovstad. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryerson took the group over a "Leaf Through History" via film. In a brief business meeting, Jean Lockwood, Beth Miller and Marlene Stenzel were appointed as the nominating committee to serve officers for the next club year. The group also voted a cash donation to the Salvation Army Fund drive. W. D. MacDonald, Algona attorney will be the guest speaker at the Feb. 27 meeting of the club, which will be held at the home of Genevleve Graham with Maree Bahnson as assisting hostess. Mr. MacDonald will speak on "Our Legal Affairs." Eldon Sabin, 92, Services, Held Feb. II! BURT - Final rites for a lifetime Kossutli county resident Eldon Sabin, 92, were held at 2 p.m., Saturday at Garry's Funeral Chapel, Bancroft. Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor of St. Johns Lutheran church, officiated. Burial was in the Riverside Cemetery, Algona, with Garry's Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Pall-bearers were Wilbur Boeckholt, Duane Metzger, Albert Metzger, Eugene Drager, Merle Schwietert, and Wayne Mann. Mr. Sabin passed away early Thursday, morning, Feb. 16 at the Maple Leaf Rest Home, Burt where he had been a resident for the past several months. Cause of death was due to imfi rail ties of age. He was born Dec. 31, 1874, at Algona, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin. He received his education in the Algona schools. On January 11, 1900 he was united in marriage to Miss Jenny Long at Algona. She preceded 10-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moinei Thimday, P«b. 23, 1967 him in death on June 14, 1949. Mr. Sabin farmed in Kossuth county for many years but prior to his retirement, he was engaged In the trucking business. His retirement came in 1947 and he and his wife moved to the home of their son, Homer where he continued to live until he went to Maple Leaf several months ago. Surviving are two sons, Kenneth of Kanawha and Homer, Burt, and one daughter, Mrs. Leman (Helen) Lloyd, Crystal Lake. Three grandchildren and three great grandchildren also survive. His parents, wife and two sisters preceded him in death. - o - PINK & BLUE SHOWER Mrs. Andrew Harms and Mrs. David Bunkofski entertained at a "Pink & Blue" shower for Mrs. Roger Ulses, Fenton at the home of Mrs. Harms on Monday night. Guests Included Mrs. Jim Droegemoeller, Fairmont, Mrs. Gordon Wegener and Mrs. Cecil Meyers, Algona and Mrs. Adella Ulses, Mrs. Phyllis Wiener, Char Habegar and Roberta Gifford all of Burt. - o - HOSPITALIZED AT DENISON Burt relatives received word this week that Mrs. Bob Lewis, a former Burt and Algona resident, is hospitalized at Denison, Iowa. Mrs. Lewis underwent spinal surgery on Monday to correct an injury suffered in a fall on the ice at her home in Westside, Iowa the past week. Mrs. Lewis is a sister of Wm. Batt, Sr., and a sister-in-law of Mrs. Jerry Wiener, Burt residents. - o - MERRY MIXERS MET The Methodist Merry Mixers met at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Davis on Sunday evening. Florence Spear led the group in devotions and was also in charge of the program "Lent 1967" A report was heard on the success of the annual Soup and chili supper held at the church LECTRIC & MOTOR SERVICE Expert service on all rewinding and general repair of electric motors. RED'S MOTOR SHOP Burt/ Iowa Phone 924-3413 YOUR CO-OP INVITES YOU TO ATTEND APPRECIATION MONDAY, FEB. 27 -9 AM to 4 PM Delicious Ham Sandwiches and Hot Coffee. Be Sure To Stop In... SPECIAL BONUS: If you book your supplement on the day of Feb. 27 — or within 30 days thereafter — you will receive FREE- a 5 Ib. ham for every ton to supplement booked. Plan ahead and win yourself tome delicious ham I • inooooooogflfloopfla ai IBBBBBBBBaBflflfla BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR Burt, Iowa Some nut in Des Moines wants everyone over 45 to take a driver's test every 4 years. After 45, it's Geritol, Serutan and Sominex. We think he should have taken an I.Q. test and a shot of flavored M.O. before he went to the Capitol... BREADED MINUTE STEAKS 6 large ones WILSON'S PORK CHOPS FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER FIRST LADY ICE CREAM gal. 59 WILDERNESS CHERRY PIE MIX No. 2 can ea. SCHULTZ & BURCH SALTINES lib. box HILAND TWIN PAC POTATO CHIPS FRESH CARROTS pkg. BIG TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT 10 HALF & HALF full pint COMPARE PRICES 50 FREE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS WITH EVERY $S,00 ORDER - EVERYDAY I • tfjfff^mjjjmmmHjfjf^^^mmf^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ VOGEl'S Cardinal Store BURT, IOWA

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