The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1967 · Page 21
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4-Algona (la.) Upper 0«« Thursday, May 4, 196? Anna Vinaas, Former Burt Lady, Passes BURT - Word 'A-as received here of the death of a former long-time Burt resident, Mrs. Anna Vinaas, 80, -A-IIO died in a Des Monies hospital Saturday. Th f ; Vinaas' <r.vnr ; d and operated the Burt Hotel from 1900 until i:i-!7. Mr. Vina.is died In 13-14. FuneriU services for Mrs. Vinaas ••'.'ere held at the Burt Piesliyteri.in church at 2 p. m. \Vc-flnosdav. Survivors include tv/o sons, L(.-O Vinaas, I/is Angeles, a/id Lloyd, in a rf'St home in Des Moiiies; one sister, Mrs. Carrie Schr.'ider Dcbm-;, Des Moincs; and a In other, Sarn Olson, Indiana. Brother Of Burt Man Dies At Waterloo BUHT - Kerrnit Hamilton, 4'J, In-other of Uolx;rt Hamilton, died at Sclioit/ Memorial Hospital, Waterloo, Sunday evening. He had been hospitalized about a week following a stroke. Final rites were held at Waterloo Wednesday morning, with graveside rites and burial at 4 p. m. at Wapello, la. Survivors include his wife, his fattier, William Hamilton, Wapello, four brothers, including Robert of Burt, and two sisters. Campout Is Good Deed Reward To Burt Scouts BURT - Saturday was a busy, but rewarding day for boys of Scout Troop 48. In the morning the boys and their leaders, visited the homes in Burt, where they picked up filled Good Will bags, left at the homes last Saturday by the Cub Scouts. The filled bags were readied for the Good Will truck. Troop 48 would like to tlianJi all who helped hi this good deed, those by donating clothing, etc. & those who gave use of their trucks to pick. up the filled bags. The afternoon found the boys, their leader, Bill Giddings, ami assistant leaders Jim Redemskl and Joel Chipman, on their way to the Wayne Keith woods near Algona for an over-night camp- out. The boys were escorted tlirough the woods and given a great deal of imformation of Indian History which took place there many years ago, by Mr. Keith. The boys practiced up on their out-door cooking ability and as a result a good supper and breakfast were enjoyed. They were Joined around a large campfire in the evening by Mr. and Mrs. George Becker and Susan, Wayne Keith and 3 granddaughters, Darrell Mc- Farlaiul, Mrs. Betty Miller, and Lawrence Chipman. - o - Members of the Burt High School Band, director and Mrs. Paul Espe and several Band Mothers attended the Concert by the U. S. Navy Band at Garrigan High School on Tuesday. Wallace P. Hawcott, postmaster, attended a state postmaster's convention at Ft. Dodge from Sunday through Wednesday. Burt Hie Monitor Lone Rock Mr*. Ruby HlnekUy, N«w« Pwbli»htd By Tht Upptr DM Mo!n*t Publishing Co., Algono, Iowa Superintendent Is Hired For Burt School Harry Haven, Hawkeye, has signed a contract with the Burt Community School as superintendent for the 19G7-G8 school year. Mr. Haven has served as elementary principal of the West Union-Hawkeye school system for the past seven years and has also served as superintendent. He and his wife have a married son. Mr. Haven will assume his duties as superintendent here July 1. Cynthia Long, Corwith, who will graduate from Westmar College, LeMars, this spring, has been hired to teach third grade. - o Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman, Sr., and Vickie Haase were Thursday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman, Jr., in honor of Kirn's birthday anniversary. Vickie was an overnight guest of Kim's. Mrs. Elsie Junkermeier and Naomi and Alrna Junkermeier of Estherville were Sunday guests in the Herbert Brand home at Hollandale, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen joined ottier family members at the home of the former's brother, Neal McMullen at Newell. Mrs. LeRoy Davis entertained a group of ladies at her home Tuesday evening. George Patterson, who recently completed six months active duty in the Air Guard at Chanute Air Base, Rantoul, HI., left Wednesday for a week's visit with friends in Los Angeles after visiting his parents, the Donald Pattersons. George will go to Oklahoma City following his California visit where he will be employed. Mrs. Robert Collett stopped at the home of her parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker and family. Mrs. Collett was enroute to her home in Englewood, Colo, after undergoing surgery and medical care at Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hinckley and Cheryl, Mason City, spent the weekend at the Bill Schotz home, Cedar Rapids, and the Dan Thomsen home, Iowa City. Burt Youth Is Sworn In As C.A.R. Prexy BURT - Mr. and Mrs. Donald Patterson flew from Mason City Wednesday to Washington, D. C., where they attended the national convention of the C.A.R. Also attending was the Patterson's son, John, a student at Kemper Military School, Booneville, Mo. John was installed as the state president of Iowa C.A.R. in a ceremony held Sunday at Mt. Vernon. Michael Lee and Carol Jones of Lone Rock, also members of the Alqonquin chapter, Algona, attended, traveling to Washington on the Iowa Educational bus CONGRATULATIONS TO VOGEL'S STORE ON THEIR GRAND OPENING ! Burt Savings Bank BEST WISHES TO VOGEL'S STORE ON THEIR FINE NEW GROCERY ! Burf Co-op Elevator tour. Mrs. Patterson is the state finance C.A.R. president. Joining the Pattersons Sunday at Mt. Vernon were Mrs. James Appleyard and Carol Jean of North Springfield, Va. Mrs. Appleyard is the former Virginia Patterson, sister of Donald. BAND MOTHERS »2 BURT - Burt Band Mothers elected Virginia Becker as their president for the 1967-68 school year at their meeting Thursday night. Mrs. Becker has been a Band Mother for several years and has served in various offices. She and her husband, Frank, live on a farm east of Burt and are the parents of five children. Their eldest, Nancy, is a student at Estherville J.C. Three of the four in school In Burt are members of the high school band. Elected to serve with Mrs. Becker were Marjorie Person, vice president; Eleanor Stenzel, secretary; Pat Kohlhaas, treasurer; Evelyn Mawdsley, circle chairman; and DorothySheirbon, circle co-chairman. Members voted to purchase a conductor's suit to match the new band suits, and a straebel tuner for the band. Mr. Espe, band instructor, announced that a combined instrumental and vocal concert would be presented at the school auditorium May 12 by the junior band, directed by Mr. Espe, and the junior band under the direction of Mrs. Erna Grover. Band Mothers voted to serve coffee and cookies following the concert. Clarinet quartet who received a I rating at the small groups music contest held recently, entertained the group with their winning selection. Playing in the quartet were Norma Harms, Diann Miller, Jim Ruhnke and Kenneth Hawcott. - o - WOMAN'S CLUB w Members of the Woman's Club • heard a program "The Challenge to keep pace with Modern Culinary Art" at the home of Lefie McMullen Monday night. Contemporary foods prepared by Genevleve Graham, Betty Cranston and Vera Bradley were served later in the evening. Clara Reynolds gave an Interesting review of the book "I Hate To Cook Book." Ruth 0. Patterson reported on the annual spring county meeting held at Titonka April 14. The club made plans for their annual May Day Breakfast which will be held in the home of Erna Grover at 9 a. m., May 6. The 15 high school senior girls will be guests of the club at the breakfast. Entertainment for the meeting will be under the direction of the entertainment committee, Rochelle Scott, Leona Lacy, Iva Jurgens and Lavina Hanson. - o - MISS TORNADO Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson arrived home Friday evening after spending the past six weeks at the home of their son and family, the Bob Andersons at Forrest Heights, Md. While there a new son, Gordon Fraser, arrived. The little lad arrived April 8, weighed 7 Ibs., 5oz., and has two brothers, Andy and David. The Andersons, enroute home, barely missed the devastating tornado that hit Belvidere, fll. Only minutes before the storm hit Belivdere, the Andersons had passed through the city. - o - ZIP CODE BOOKS Burt Band Mothers wish to announce they still have on hand Zip Code books which sell for $1 each. If you haven't already purchased a book, contact Mrs. Betty Miller and she will see that one is delivered. - o Members of the Junior Girl Scouts made and delivered May Basket tray favors to residents in The Maple Leaf and Wilfair Rest Homes and Mrs. Helen Johnson's home. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen spent Sunday with their son and family, the Jack McMullens at Northwood. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Koepke attended a banquet of the Pioneer Co. held at Des Moines Friday evening. Students of the Burt junior high classes and their sponsors, Mrs. Sylvester Brace and Waldo Kruse, will travel to Des Moines Friday where they will visit the state capitol. Burt First Graders On Trip To A Dairy Farm BURT - Monday morning was a hub ol excitement In Mrs. Leonard Stenzel's first grade room - for at 8:15 a.m. - 18 excited boys and girls boarded a bus driven by Paul Hasse and headed for the Walter Campney farm, where they were guests in the Campneys new fully-automatic milking parlor. The boys and girls watched Mr. Campney throughly scrub the milking parlor floor before letting his pure-bred Holstein dairy cattle - 4 at a time- into their milking stalls, and saw the milk begin to flow through the glass pipe lines. The high light of the trip was a cup of cold milk taken from the vat. When asked by Mrs. Stenzel, if the milk was good, one little fellow piped up "Oh - it's a lot better than the milk you buy." (See photo). After getting their treat of milk, the youngster watched the milk being pumped from the stainless steel tank into a milk tank truck from the Estherville Dairy, which took the milk back to Estherville to be processed. Another big mement came when the youngsters were allowed to hold a "nursing bottle" & feel some baby claves. When the time came to return to the school it is needless to say they were reluctant to leave. The first graders, Dixie Harms, Dawn Opheim, Pamela Strange, Kim Eilders, Alan Seely, Randy Grubb, Freddie Lane, Dawn Reutzel, Debie Christensen, Joel Stenzel, Shelley Keith, Steven Karels, Russell Elmers, Gary Scott, Deanna Smidt, Gary Sheir- bon, Tony Dixon; Marlene Zwiefel, and Mrs. Stenzel wish to thank Mr. and Mrs. Campney for their hospitality and milk treat. Dennis Shipler Of Burt Wed Recently At Palmer BURT - In a 6 p. m. candlelight marriage ceremony performed at St. John's Lutheran church, Palmer, Mary Martens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martens, Palmer, became the bride of Dennis Shipler, son of the Vern Shiplers of Burt. Rev. Harold Heupel performed the double ring ceremony before a large group of relatives and friends. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, was attired in a floor-length gown of linen with Venice lace trim, designed with a scoop neckline, empire waist attached to an A-line skirt. Her elbow-length waterfall veil was attached to a linen pill box. She carried a bouquet of white lilies and pink roses. The bride's personal attendant was Elaine Clark; matron of honor, Mrs. Tom Herrick, Burt, the bride's sister. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Gerald Carman, also a sister, Carolyn Shinan, Des Moines, Mrs. Charles Martens, sister-in-law, and Joan Saathoff, a cousin. The groom's attendants were Boyd Shipler, Roger Shipler and Harris Harms, all of Burt; Charles Martens, Jr., and Richard Martens. Lynne Martens, niece of the bride, was flower girl. She carried a basket of pink rose petals. Tommy Herrick, Burt, nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. Appropriate nuptial music played on the chimes preceding the ceremony, and the traditional wedding march was provided by Mrs. Marvin Darnath, who also accompanied the soloist, Ralph Wright. Ushers and candlelighters were George Martens and Harold Batt. A reception was held in the church Fellowship Hall imm?di- ately following the ceremony with Mrs. Boyd Shipler, Burt, registering the 250 guests attending. Dining room hosts were Mr. and Mrs. John Saathoff and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Graaf. At the gift table were Sandra Davis, Nancy Peters, Mrs. Judy Egli and Mrs. Donna Thomas. Punch was served by Joyce Chipman and Jean Harris. Presiding at the coffee service were Mrs. Vernon Lovstad and Mrs. Gerd Martens. The wedding cake was baked and decorated by Mrs. Ted Truelson. She also cut the cake. Waitresses were Donna Haef- ing, Sarah Porath, Carol Martens, Barbara Boom and Diana Bonneckson. Kitchen hostesses were Mesdames John Haefing, Merrit Porath, Emerson Tjaden, LaVerne Habben, Gerhard Poppen, Paul Schroeder, George Suhrbier and Raymond Weber. The bride is a 1965 graduate of the Gilmore City-Bradgate Community School and Estherville Junior College of Practical Nursing. She is presently director of nurses at Sunset Hill Manor at Rolfe. The groom, a graduate of Burt High School, served two years with the U. S. Army. The couple are now at home on a farm near Pocahontas following a week's honeymoon. Bint Calendar COMMUNITY EVENTS THURSDAY, May 4 - Kossuth Lodge meets, 8 p. m. FRIDAY, MAY 5- Girls' District Track Meet at Titonka. Junior High trip to Des Moines. Fifth grade trip to Spirit Lake. SATURDAY, May 6 - Boys' District Track Meet at Clarion. MONDAY, May 8 - School Board meets, 7:30 p. m. SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, May 7-8-9- Annual Senior Skip Days to Minneapolis. TUESDAY, May 9 - Kossuth Chapter O.E.S. meets, 8 p. m. CHURCH CALENDAR BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Pastor THURSDAY, May 4-Sessions Meeting, 8 p. m. SUNDAY, May 7 - Sunday School, 9 a. m. Divine Worship Services, 10:15 a. m. Mariners meet, 7:30 p. m. MONDAY, May 8 - Congregational Meeting, 8 p. m. TUESDAY, May 9 - Spiritual Life Meeting, 7:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY, May 10-Senior High youth meet, 7:30 p. m. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor THURSDAY, May 4 - Ladies Aid meets, 2 p. m. SUNDAY, May 7-DivineWor- ship Services, 8 a. m. Sunday School, 9 a. m. Lutheran Laymen League Banquet and Rally at St. Paul's school auditorium, Whittemore, 6:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY, May 10 - Religion Class, 6 to 7:45 p. m. BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies, Pastor SUNDAY, May 7 - Worship Service, Sermon "The Victory of Christ", 9 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m., MONDAY, May 8 - Church World Service truck comes to Algona. WEDNESDAY, May 10 - Confirmation Class, 7:30 p. m. Jr. and Sr. MYF, 7:30 p. m. Official Board and Board of Trustees meeting, 8 p. m. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies, Pastor THURSDAY, May 4-W.S.C.S. Meeting, 2 p. m. Jr. and Sr. MYF meeting, 7:30 p. m. Confirmation class, 7:30 p. m. SUNDAY, May 7 - Sunday SALUTING vbwi's CARDINAL STORE on their Grand Opening this week. 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