The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1967 · Page 10
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Burt - Lone Rock Monitor Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moirtes—11 Thursday, March 2, 1967 Kathy Trunkhill left via plane from Fort Dodge Friday for a two week visit with her sister and family, the Harold Drabs, Calif. Burt Lions To Sell Bulbs For Project Funds BURT - Burt Lions, Monday night, voted to sell "Light Bulb Packs" with proceeds to help defray expenses of the various projects sponsored by them during the year. Members also heard a report from the Boy Scout Committee, saying they are very much in need of a Boy Scout Master and unless some one volunteers to be a Scout Master, a rewarding and satisfying position, Burt will lose their Charter, and that would moan that there could be no Cub Scouts either so please - men - let's not let our boys down. It is nearing charter renewing time. Wont some one please volunteer? The Algona Lions Club, brought the "traveling gavel " to the club to Burt on Monday night. Algona Lions representing their club were pres. Dr. Kevin Nash, secretary, Floyd Bode and Lions Bob Henderson, Frank Sailer, and Erwln Wiltgen. Members discussed at some length, the sponsoring of a queen entry to the "Miss America" contest in Swea City. A committee was appointed to study the possibility and report back by next meeting. Frank Ryersonwonthe monthly drawing. The following Ldgion Auxiliary ladies prepared and served the 6:30 dinner, Frances Smith, Jane Scott, Thecla Christensen and Genevieve Graham. Pfc. Gury Black, who was called home because of the serious illness and death of his mother, Mrs. Stanley Black, returned to his duties at Adair /Mr Base, Corvallis, Oregon. Mrs, Pat McGuire is at Kansas City, Mo., to be with their son Joe, who has been hospitalized there for the past two weeks with a kidney infection. Burt Coed To Head U. of Iowa Sorority Cub Awards To Several Boys At Burt Banquet -'•'•Mr'."and Mrs. Melvln-Johnson and''Wallace Hawcott visited Mrs Hawcott at Park Hospital, Mason City, on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Lorena Roark is staying in Mason City to be near her brother, John Schwietert. Helen Schwietert is staying at Mrs. Roark's homo during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller spent Wednesday at the home of his brother and family, the R. A. Millers at Royal, Iowa. JUDITH MITCHELL Miss Judith Mitchell has been elected president of the Iota Chapter of Delta Zeta social sorority on the University of Iowa campus, Iowa City. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Mitchell, Burt, and is a junior majoring in elementary education. Burt Masons Hold Annual Guest Night BURT - The annual Masonic Dinner and Guest night were held at the Masonic Temple Friday evening. Thirty-two Masons and guests were served a ham dinner at 6:30 by officers of the Eastern Star Chapter. Featured guest speaker was Rev. Milo Dailey, Algona. Rev. Paul Hansen, Titonka, gave invocations. BURT - Forty-eight CubScouts their families and guests attended the annual Blue and Gold Banquet at the Burt school Friday night. A 6:30 pot luck supper was served. Prayer preceded the dinner by Florence Spear. An impressive candlelight ceremony was given while all sang, "The Birthday of Cubbing." Following supper, Dale Lockwood led the group in games. This was followed by a flag ceremony by Tonrny Agnus and Michael Cranston, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Cubs of Den 3 put on a skit, very much enjoyed by all. Mrs. Bill Giddings, Den mother then gave the following awards. Tommy Angus - Wolf badge, service star and perfect attendance pin. Bob Simmons - Bobcat and wolf badges and gold arrow. Darrell Spear - Gold arrow. Neal Giddings - Silver arrow. Scott Koepke - Bobcat badge. Gregg Koepke - Service star and perfect attendance pin. Mike Cranston - Gold arrow. Ronny Pannkuk - Gold arrow. Guests of the Cubs were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockwood and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell McFarland. Mr. Lockwood is a member of the plans and training committee of the District Prarie Gold Area Council and Mr. McFarland is the Lions Institutional Representative. Den Mothers in charge of the evening were Nlttie Giddings and Florence Spear and their assistants, Barbara Pannkuk and Ivy Simmons. • • The Cubs and Den Mothers wish to say "Special Thanks to Don and Janice Reimers, Borden's Distributors for furnishing the chocolate milk for the banquet and to the Burt Coop Elevator for place mats. John Lovstad THANK YOU.. We would like to thank the many, many friends who stopped in during our Appreciation Day last Monday. We hope you enjoyed the'ham sandwiches and hot coffee. Your hospitality was certainly appreciated. READY FOR SPRING? Let's get together for a prosperous spring. Your local co-op is ready to discuss your needs at any time whether they be feeds,fertilizers, buildings, and everything else necessary for a good year! Stop in soon. COOP: BURT ELEVATOR Burt Church Has Change Of Schedule BURT - Members of St. John's Lutheran church are reminded that beginning Sunday, March 5, there will be a change of time in church services. Worship services will be held at 8:30 a.m. and Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. This schedule will be in affect for the next several months. - o - Members of the Fortnightly club will meet at the home of Lydia Schwietert March 10, instead of March 3, as previously scheduled. Mrs. Anne Riemers arrived home Sunday after spending two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Emma Rasmussen, Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Coney attended the finals in District Girl's Basketball Saturday evening. The Corwith-ttosley girls played in the consolation game. The Coneys also visited with Al Kloppen, former Burt coach now at South Hamilton. Kenneth Richter and David Walker, students at Iowa State University, Ames, are among those enjoying a week's quarter break at the home of their parents. Kenneth is the son of the Robert Richters and David the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Walker, rural Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Barley Troutman Jr., Kim, Laura,, and Joe spent Sunday at the-Dr. Joe Troutman home at Klemme. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal and family, Titonka, spent Sunday at the parental Lawrence Doege home. Burt Man Is Hospitalized Of Burt Is In Recital BURT — John Lovstad, senior at Mankato State College, will present his Senior Recital Sunday, March 5. The recital, which is open to the public, will be presented at 3 p.m. and will be held in the Recital Hall in the Science and Arts Building on Mankato State's lower campus. There is no admission charge for the recital. John, a music major, will perform works by Handel, Purcell, Brahms, Mozart, and a song cycle by R. Voungahn Williams. Accompanying John on the piano will be Dennis Paulson, Huron, S. Dakota. John is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Schroeder, Britt, were Sunday guests at the Robert Richter home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley spent Sunday at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Brehm, Sioux City. BURT - Burt friends will be happy to learn that John Schwietert, who has been hospitalized for the past month, is resting comfortably at Mercy Hospital, Mason City. John underwent minor surgery recently and has received several pints of blood and is receiving oxygen most of the time and the doctors are preparing John for major surgery which he will have as soon as he is strong enough. Open House BURT -The children of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Jandl will hold an open house in honor of their parents' 55th wedding anniversary at the home east of Burt, Sunday, March 5 from 2 to 4. No invitations are being sent and all relatives and friends are invited to help them celebrate this happy occasion. No gifts are requested. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson spent Saturday at the home of their son and family, the James Fredricksons at Rockwell. WANTED - Mending to do in my home. MRS. ANNE RIEMERS Burt. (17*) ELECTRIC & MOTOR SERVICE Expert service on all re- winding and general repair of electric motors. RED'S MOTOR SHOP Burt, Iowa Phone 924-3413 Phone 924-3241 GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 SUCCESSOR TO C. B. CHIPAAAN FUNERAL SERVICE C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONE BURT, RES. 924-3431 Ox* ;; IP. Burt's Go Go Dancer was the best from Chicago to Lott's Creek. According to Jesse James, she's working her way through college. And she starts dancing where the others leave off... WILSON'S RAUNSCHWEIGER 491 ALL CUTS PORK CHOPS FULLY COOKED PICNIC HAMS C Ib. FIRST LADY % gal. 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