The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1967 · Page 13
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Burt M •• •• The Monitor Lone Rock Mn. Ruby Hfnckfoy, N«w» Publf»h«d By The Upptr D*t Moinii Pobliihlng Co., Algeria, Iowa Dtnnlt WcriUr, Editor 6-Alqona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Thundery, March 23, 1967 Vera Bradley Named Woman's Club Head, Burt BURT - Mrs. Pat Bradley, Monday night was elected president of the Burt Woman's Club for the 1967-68 club year, when the club met at the home of Marlene Stenzel on Monday evening. She has been an active member and officer of the club for a number of years. She and her husband are the parents of a daughter and three sons. Other officers elected at Monday's meeting were Mabeline Lovstad, vice president; Rochelle Scott, secretary; and Lovlna Hanson, treasurer. The program of the evening, carrying out the evening's theme "Challenge to Worship God," was introduced by Lefie Mc- Mullln. Included In the program were three vocal selections by Patricia Sheirbon, "Jesus Keep Me Near The Cross', "Calvary" and "Christ is Risen". She was accompanied by Marlene Stenzel. The book "Easter Garland' by Lord and Follcy was Interestingly reviewed by Virginia Fries. An Impressive Easter meditation "The Message of Easter" was given by Lillian Fredrlckson. The president, Ethel Dremmel, announced the County Federation of Woman's Clubs annual spring meeting to be held at Titonka on Friday, April 7. Reservations for the noon luncheon are to be made to Mrs. Dremmel no later than March 27. Assisting hostesses at Monday's meeting wer Barbara Calbreath, and Lillian Meinzer. The March 27th meeting will be held at the Presbyterian fellowship hall with Ruth Alice Patterson, Jean Lockwood and Virginia Fries as hostesses. 26 Enroll In Kindergarten In Fall Burt BURT - Twenty-six youngsters were registered by their parents to enter kindergarten in Burt tills fall, at the Kindergarten Round-up held at the school on Tuesday evening. Supt. Bruce Cranston welcomed the oai-Rnts and Introduced, Mrs. Sybil Dangelser, Kindergarten Teacher, Dr. L. Strohman D.D. Algona dentist, Joyce Hayden, County Health Nurse; Mrs. Margaret Pratt, Kossuth and Palo Alto County Home Economist, and Mrs. Fe- dilla Klllshohlm, who each spoke briefly. Registered to enter school this fall were: Matthew Calbreath, Renee Zwiefel, Mark Bradley, Larrv Gifforcl, Darwin Penning, Dale Foertscn Tamara Stenzel, Joseph Troutman, Shirley Lynch, Debra Fraser, Julie Scott, Patricia Karels. Douelas Fraser, SandraDixon, Michael Kadow, Julie Bonstetter, Kenneth Gifford, Joel Smith, Shari Angus, Del Reutzel, Belinda Nelson, Daniel Maims, Me- ladee Mawdsley, Randal Reimers, De Ann Harms, and Daniel Kruse. Fireman's Dance At Burt, Apr. 15 BURT - Burt Volunteer Firemen Thursday nieht made plans for holding the annual "Fireman's Dance". It will be held at the Burt Legion Hall on Saturday evening, April 15. Music will be furnished by the Vern Claussen Dance Band of Bradgate. Tickets may be purchased from any member of the Fire Department for $1.00 each. They will also be available at the door. Present at Thursday's meeting were Ciuei waiter Steward, assistant chief, Vern Shipler and volunteers Charles Spry, Larry Manus, George Manus, Ernie Lavrenz, Dick Lavrenz, Bernie Miller, Andy Harms, Ray Hoppus, Eugene Heerdt, Lawrence Chippman, E. E. (Red) Pettls, "Short" Fraser, and Howard (Swede) Batt. Burt Calendar COMMUNITY EVENTS COMMUNITY EVENTS FRIDAY, March 24 - Good Friday Services at churches. Attend a church of your choice. MONDAY, March 27 - School resumes, 8:20 a. m. CHURCH CALENDAR ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehllng, Pastor Friday, Mar. 24 - Good Friday Worship Services, 7:30 p. m. Sunday, Mar. 26-EasterWor- ship Services, 8:30 a. m. Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. - o - BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Pastor FRIDAY, Mar. 24-UnionGood Friday services at Methodist church. Music by combined choirs, directed by Erna Grover. SUNDAY, Mar. 26 - Sunrise Easter Services and breakfast for junior and senior high youth. Methodist youth guests. Sunday School, 9 a. m. Easter Worship Services, 10:15 a. m. TUESDAY, Mar. 28 - Spiritual Life study, 7:30 p. m. - o - BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin Davles, Pastor THURSDAY, Mar. 23-Maundy Thursday Communion Services, 7 p. m. FRIDAY, Mar. 24-McDonald- Alken wedding, 3 p. m. Union Good Friday services, 7:30 p. m. Music by combined Presbyterian and Methodist choirs directed by Erna Grover. SUNDAY, Mar. 26 - Sunrise Easter Services and breakfast for junior and senior youth at Presbyterian church, 6:30 a. m. Easter Worship Services, 9a.m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. - o - GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin Davles, Pastor THURSDAY, Mar. 23 -Maundj Thursday Communion Services, 8:15 p. m. FRIDAY, Mar. 24 - Algona Union Good Friday Services at St. Thomas Episcopal church, 12 to 3 p. m. SATURDAY, Mar. 25 - Choir Practice, 7:30 p. m. SUNDAY, Mar. 26 - Algona Youth Easter Sunrise Services at First Methodist church at Algona, 6 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Easter Worship Services, 11 a. m. - o - PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Lone Rock, Iowa Rev. Albert Bullock, Pastor EASTER SUNDAY, March 26- Sunrise Service in charge of the Youth Fellowship, 6:30 a. m. Everyone Invited. Breakfast for young people after the service. Morning Worship, 10 a. m. Sunday Church School, 11 a. m. THURSDAY, Mar. 23-Worshlp and Communion, 7:30 p. m. GOOD FRIDAY, Mar. 24 Worship Service, 7:30 p. m. SATURDAY, Mar. 25 - Communicant's Class, 9 a. m. • CLASSIFIED: •••••••••••••••I NOTICE J have a few blocks of FHS stock. Computer Service will close soon. HAROLD W. MARTIN, 436 LoomtsAve., Ft. Dodge, Ja - (19-25) CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my relatives and friends for the many cards and visits while I was a patient at Holy Family hospital and at home. These kindnesses will always be remembered. Ralph Hammerstrom. (23*) Owen Berhow Is John Frles Rates nL "I" I" Declam Phone state Contest Co. President LONE ROCK - The annual telephone coop, meeting held this past week gave prizes of a year's free extension to Art Person, and free long distance calls to Mrs. Art Zumach and Hershel Hartman. Officers for 1967 are Owen Berhow, president; Don Erlck- son, vice pres.; and Harlan Blanchard, secretary-treasurer. - o - EASTER SERVICES Sunrise service In charge of the Youth Fellowship will be conducted next Sunday morning at 6:30 with Kermlt Krueger as speaker. Breakfast for the young people will be served Immediately following the sunrise services. Regular Easter morn- Ing worship service as usual at 10 a.m. There will be church services this week at 7:30 each night Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights with Communion Thursday night. -0- Mrs. Jesse Blanchard went to Des Moines Wednesday to be with her mother when she had eye surgery again. Mrs. Blanchard returned home Friday. Mr. Roscoe Schultz, Milwaukee, spent from Monday to Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Larson and daughter, Bena, Minn., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen, Sunday. Other guests included Mr. Otto Jensen, Fenton, and Tena Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman, Ventura, were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flalg Sunday. , •-.-:*• Frank Mueller, son oI.Mr. and Mrs. Art Mueller arrived home Thursday on a 25 day leave. Burt Pitcher With Team On Southern Trip hugene Meister, son or Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Meister of Burt, student at Upper Iowa University, has been selected as one of the twenty out of forty players to go to Arkansas and Tennessee for a week of spring training. Eugene Is a member of the pitching staff. When not pitching he will play infield or outfield. While in the south, they will play Arkansas State and Bethel, Tenn,, and various other games. Friday, March 24, he will pitch against Arkansas State. They will play a total of six games while on the southern trip. - o Little Lori Llchter, 10 months, has been hospitalized at St. Ann's Hospital for the past week, where she is under medical care. Lori is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Llchter, rural Burt. Mrs. Lillian Meinzer, who makes her home with Mrs. Helen Johnson had the misfortune on Wednesday morning, to fall in her room, resulting in a fracture of the left wrist. Waldo Kruse, a faculty member of the Burt School, Monday night, was offered a contract for the summer recreation program for the Burt school. This includes baseball activities and swimming. In other transactions Monday night, the Burt board of education went on record of supporting the cost of the county special education rooms. The majority of the costs of the said rooms is taken care of by federal funds, Members of the "J-D' club will meet at Cunningham's tea room on Thursday evening, April 6, with Shirley Lovstad, the entertaining hostess. JOHN FRIES BURT - John Fries, one of two Burt High School entries in the state speech contest at Cherokee on Saturday, received a "I" rating on his dramatic declamation selection "The Cremation of Sam McGee" by Robert W. Service. Colleen Kruse, who also gave a dramatic declamation selection, received a "n" rating on her rendition. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Espe took John and Colleen to Cherokee. Mrs. Espe is speech Instructor at Burt High School. John Hennings, 65, Ex-Burl, Dies, Indiana BURT - John Hennings, 65, formerly of Burt, died suddenly following a heart attack at his home at Marcellus, Mich., early Friday, March 17. Final rites for Mr. Hennings were held at Mlshawoka, Ind., Monday. Survivors include his wife, the former Opal Steward of Burt, and two sons. Mrs. Harry Sankey, Bancroft, a sister, also survives. Relatives from this area attending funeral services in Indiana included Harold and Richard Steward, Swea City, Mrs. Arlene Scott, Leland, Mrs. Dorothy Meinzer, Dexter, and Mrs. Helena Steward, Garner. Mrs. Hennings is a sister of Walter Steward, Burt, and Harold Steward, Swea City, and Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Meinzer. Mr. Hennings was employed at the Kossuth County Home lor eight years, prior to moving to Indiana. He retired and moved to Michigan a year ago. - o - Burt residents are happy to welcome Mrs. Char .Habegar and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Soderberg to our little village. However, neither of the parties need introductions as all have been rural Burt residents for many, many years. The Soderbergs resided on their farm northwest of town for 52 years. The farm home vacated by the Soderbergs •,vill be occupied by the Gerald Soderberg family, and Duane Habegar has moved his family from a farm near Lone Rock to the "home" place. Mrs. Habegar and the Soderbergs each had new homes to move into in Burt. Mrs. Helen Vogel arrived home on Thursday after spending the past two months at the home of her daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Melville at Garret Heights, Md. Herman Rachut, Sr., Floyd Koepke and Wilfred Chafee arrived home Friday evening from a 2 weeks' sojourn In sunny Florida. Word arrived in Burt Thursday of the birth of a 7 lb., 9 oz. baby boy to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rachut, Jr., Boulder, Colo. The little lad, who arrived on March 15, Is the first child in the family. Herman Rachut, Sr., Burt, is the proud grandfather. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Campney spent Friday evening and Saturday with her parents, brothers and sisters In Minneapolis. Dean Andrews and Michael Scott went to Minneapolis where they met Pamela Andrews who arrived there via plane from Los Angeles. Pam will spend two weeks at the home of her parents and attend the wedding of her brother, J. D., and Mary Broesder. Mr. and Mrs. John Dlttmer and family, Fairmont, spent the weekend at the parental Leonard Dlttmer home. Union Good Friday worship services for the Presbyterian and Methodist congregations will be held at 7:30 p. m. Friday at the Methodist church with Rev. Davles and Rev. Calbreath In charge. Music will be furnished by the combined choirs directed by Erna Grover. The Presbyterian junior and senior high youth will be hostesses to the Methodist youth at the annual Easter sunrise services and breakfast at 6:30 a. m. Ten Burt High School boys, Supt. Bruce Cranston, Coach Richard Strouse, Assistant Coach , Waldo Kruse, and Paul Hasse, "; spent Saturday In Des Moines ( where they attended the consol- Ttorden's A COMPLETE LINE OF GRADE A DAIRY PRODUCTS *J4ome eJJeliverif -IURT 924-3387 DON RE1MIU GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 SUCCESSOR TO C. B. CHIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONE BURT, RES. 924-3431 TRACTOR REPAIRS! NOW is the time to bring your tractor in for repairs. Get it out of the way before the rush starts. Expert repair work done at minimal prices. You name it, we can do it! Reutzel's Garage Phone 924-3315 Burt • atlon and championship games of the Boys' Basketball Tournament. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson spent Saturday with their son Jim and family at Rockwell City. Sue Relmers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Relmers, former Burt residents; nowofHum- boldt, was a member of the Zlon Lutheran church confirmation class on Palm Sunday. Among those attending church and confirmation services and a dinner In Sue's honor In the church Fellowship Hall were her grandmothers Mrs. Anna Relmers and Mrs. Esther Miller; also Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Miller, Gregg and Jeffrey, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Batt, Howard, Jr., Barbara, Cheryl and David, Mr. and Mrs. Don Relmers and family, and Donna Miller, all of Burt. LECTRIC & MOTOR SERVICE Expert service on all rewinding and general repair of electric motors. RED'S MOTOR SHOP Burt, Iowa Phone 924-3413 Burt People Hospitalized ! MR. FARMER: WE CAN HELP! BURT - Several Burt residents are hospitalized at Mason City where they are receiving medical care. John Schwietert Is recuperating from his second major operation he has undergone in the past month. Mrs. Wayne Mann is also hospitalized In Mason City, as Is Mrs. Wallace Hawcott, both receiving medical care. Lori Lichter, 10-months old daughter of the Ray Lichters, was released from St. Ann hospital the end of the week. She had been hospitalized about a week with a virus infection. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" SALE OF WOMEN'S SLACKS DRY GOODS AND VARIETY ftyrt, Iowa Don't let opportun ity slip through your fingers. Let us help give you the financial assist you need, for any worthwhile purpose. Full loan .services "from the ground up" . .. low interest rates! 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