The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1967 · Page 24
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Burt - Lone Rock 10-Algorta, (la.) Upper Des Moinei Thursday, Worth 30, 1967 Weds Recently, Burt A Rlll't For Next Year; 7 Leaving Frances Ann McDonald, daughter of Mrs. H. Viola McDonald, Sioux City, formerly of Burt, and Paul Louis Akin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Akin, Carroll, were united In marriage at the Burt Methodist church March 24 at 3 p. m. Rev. Louis L. Akin performed the double ring ceremony, assisted by Rev. Merlin Davies, pastor of the Burt Methodist church. Soloists were Dr. James Wood and Karen Decker. Beverly Anderson provided nuptial music and also accompanied the soloists. Maid of honor was Margaret Ann McNamara and bridesmaids were Judy Olson, Linda Miller, Eloth Lefett and Ginny Roberts. Personal attendant to the bride was Roxanne Undrotli. Best man was Larry Akin, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were Rex Philips, Peter Dean, Doan Hoff and Gary Mc- Minimee. Ushers were Doug Grabinskl, James Rupert and Wendell Williams. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, Everett Hanna, Lone Rock, was attired in a floor-length empire gown of imported shantung with sprays of floral applique encrusting the square neckline and short doll sleeves. Sweeping from the waistline was the voluminous chapel train. Her bridal crown, encrusted with floral applique, holding high an eight-tiered veil of illusion, completed a lovely bridal silhouette. She carried a bouquet of carnations, sweetheart roses and daisies fashioned in an umbrella design. Mark Davies was ring bearer and Rhonda Lindhorst, flower girl. A reception followed in Fellow- ship Hall of the church with Pam Ericson and Peggy McNamara registering the guests and Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore acting as hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Galen DuBols were at the punch table, Mrs. Ray Dvorak poured coffee. Mrs. Dale Bixler and Mrs. Russell Parsons cut the cake. The gifts were in charge of Linda Robinson and Kim and Julie McNamara. Waitresses were Linda Lee, Chondra Wolle and Jean Soat. The bride and groom will be at home at Sioux City where both are students at Morningside College, the bride majoring in voice and the groom a religion philosophy major. (Glenn's Studio Photo) 'No Accident' Record Reward BURT - Melvin Johnson, mill operator and bulk load delivery man for the Burt Cooperative Elevator, was awarded a special lapel pin for completeing a full year of driving without an accident. Johnson, an employee at the elevator for the past 11 years, was presented with the pin by Ronald Jurgens, manager of the elevator. The award is given by the Farmers Elevator Mutual Insurance Company to drivers who qualify with careful driving ability. BL'RT - Contracts h.ivf; been slgne'l wJ returne'l to the- Hurt Community School Bo;tnl !•;. I!:P follo'.vinr; school facult;. members: Mrs. Sybil Dangelser - Kindergarten; Mrs. Marlen Stenzel - 1st grade; Mrs. M;.rlo Dutton - 4th i-rarle; Mrs. Esther Hilton - .1th grade; Mrs. Janice Troutman - Gth .;nide; Mrs. Sylvester Brace - Junior high math, and Soci;il Studies; U'al- tlo Kruse - Junior His;h Language Aits; Mrs. Erna Grover - Vocal music and German, Mrs. Marie Wilson - art, Miss Ellen Stack- Remedial Language Arts, Thomas Herrick - Commercial and Drivers Ed.; Paul Espo - Instrumental music; Fred Hilton Guidance Counseling and Social Studios; Dean James - H. S. Principal. Faculty members who tendered resignations to take positions elsewhere or personal reasons are Supt. Bruce Cranston, Mrs. Deanna Campbell - Home EC.; Larry Coney - Industrial Educations and Girl's Phy.Ed.; Harley Hanson- math.; Naomi Thompson - fifth grade; Mrs. Paul Espe - English. - o Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scott and Armande took their daughter, Pamela to Minneapolis where she boarded a plane for her return trip to Los Angeles. Pam had visited at the home of her parents for the past 10 days and was one of the attendents at the wedding of her brother J. D. and Mary rii-'esaer. Easter v/eekend guests at the jj.trental Al Hlnckley home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schatz and Kevin, Cedar Rapids, Mr, and Mrs. Thomson, Michelle and Scott, Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hinckle> and Cheryl and Uuane Hinckle;., Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller, Darrell and Joyce, Estherville to Minneapolis where they spent the weekend with their son and brother and family, the Eugene Stewards. Gwenyth Teeter R. N' v Waterloo enjoyed a week's vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Teeter. Gwenyth is employed at the Schoitz Memorial hospital, Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bonstetter and daughter were Easter guests at the home of Mrs. Velda Humphreys, Waterloo. Mrs. Gus Krause, Fentonspent Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Ella Meyer. Easter guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleichwere Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sorenson, Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland, Lone Rock. Mrs. Ella Meyer observed a birthday this past week and in honor of the occasion members of the Friendly Birthday club gathered at her home Thursday afternoon. Attending were Mrs. Eugene Meyer and Rodney, Mrs. Ron Jurgens and Brenda and Theresa Tieman. Eveningguests were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Allen, Joel and Rodney, Mr. and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer, Terry and Brenda, Fred and 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 Westinghouse Sales and Service DON MITCHELL Phone 924-3413 Burt, la. [eiASSIFIED: 8 ADS ' ••••••••••••••Ml WANTED - Gardens to till. Contact BERNIE MILLER, Ph. 924-3397, Burt. (25M) NOTICE I have a few blocks of FHS stock. Computer Service will close soon. HAROLD W. MARTIN, 436 LoomtsAve., Ft. Dodge, la. (19-25) handy nail . V nf-180 JUST RECEIVED! famous RED BALL girls' and women's summer shoes — casuals, flats, sandles — many styles and sizes. Shipl er's PRY GOODS AND VARIETY Burt, Iowa HESS & CLARK to treat the sow to protect the pigs nf-180 Sow Tops is the new idea from Hess & Clark that protects your baby pigs from costly scours. Simply top dress your regular farrowing ration with these goiden. medicated nuggets fort.fied with three essential vitamins. Baby p'gs get off to a faster, stronger start because you reduce the cnance that they'll be exposed to scc^rs ca-s.ng organisms. Begin one week Lie':-e and feed until Uo weeks after far- rc-Ai'ig One oag treats five sows, protects «>\e Mtters Try a bag of nf-180 Sou Tops. See MCA easy it reaHy is to treat the sow to protect tne pigs. BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR Burt, Iowa Education is getting higher and higher. Today it's $1500 tuition and $500 in Ft. Lauderdaie. We know guys who hit Interlaken for $3.00 and learn about the same things. The B.S. degree hasn't changed much. U.S. CHOICE CHUCK STEAK PORK CUTLETS PORK LIVER HORMEL'S - BEEF CHILI CON CARNE ALL FLAVORS - FIRST LADY ICE CREAM Knl. HERSHEY'S Chocolate SYRUP WILDERNESS CHERRY, PEACH, APPLE PIE MIX 3 MONARCH FROZEN ORANGE JUICE DELICIOUS Chocolate MILK SPRATT OLEO5 for COMPARE PRICES 50 FREE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS WITH EVERY »S.OO ORDER - EVERYDAY I; Cardinal Store BURT. IOWA

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