The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1967 · Page 5
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t- - -, (lo.) Upper DM Meinw Thwr«Jey. Way iS, Flag Ceremony At Burt Burt Calendar COMMUNITY EVENTS BURT — An impressive csremccy »'ss psrforrr.ei at the Burt school Monday morning. Members of the junior Girl Scouts, iirsctea ty Scout leader, Mrs. Russell Patterson, and assistants Mrs. Georce Becker and Mrs. Jirn.es Fries, dedicated and raised a new flag and held a turning ceremony for the old flag. While everyone in tie elementary grades stood at attention, taps were played by Cindy Cranston and the eld flag -a-as lowered and folded. Then while the new flag was raised to the top of the flagstaff, all joined in singing "America." Following the raising of the ?.=••*' flag, all proceeded to a bonfire where the old flag and several other worn flags were placed on the bonfire and burned. During the taming ceremony, Scout Nancy Herrick cave a reading "Ojr Country's Flag*' and Barbara Batt read tee poem, "Hats Off, The Flag Is" Passing By.''" The picture shows a group of Girl Scouts raising the new flag. Mrs. Wiskus Is Hostess To Portland Club PORTLAND - The Portland Progress Club met Thursday afternoon, May 18, in the home of Stella Wiskus with Ella Lampe assistant hostess. Roll call, "what my mother did that is outmoded now" was answered by 16 members: Marie Parsons, Thelma Meister, Mary Rasmussen, Flossie Bartlett, Edith Jandl, Vera Fitch, Arlene Wood, Viola Becker, Myrtle Zwiefel, ; Ella Umpe, Ethel Smith, Vivian Button, Grace Trenary, Eva Shipler, Elizabeth Kennedy and Stella Wiskus. Mrs. Ernst Behnkendorf, Mrs. Paul Sanftner and Ruth Trunkhill were guests. The program, "Crafts" was ., given by Nadine Shipler. Mrs. Shipler explained and showed many beautiful things she had made. Fun time by Mary Rasmussen, Stella Wiskus had the surprise number, and several •won prizes during the afternoon. Mary Rasmussen and Ethel Smith each received a birthday gift irom their secret sister. Ethel Smith and Arlens Wood have May birthdays. A birthday song was sung for them. A picnic was planned for June 15 to be held in the home of Hazel Steven, with Arlene Marlaw assistant hostess. The hostesses will furnish the dessert, coffee and Kool Ade, members •will bring a hot dish, salad and sandwiches and own table service. Roll call, "describe your wedding dress and the da}-". Fun time, Ella Lampe and Stella Wiskus. Ella Lampe will have the surprise number. - o - A family pot-luck picnic and get-together was held Sunday in the Henry Smith home in honor of Mrs. Phil Veneer and little daughter, visiting here from California. Mrs. Veneer is the former Edith Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith. Others attending the get-together were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Duncan and family of Fenton; Mr. and Tom Trenary, Kenneth Trenary, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Mr. and Mrs. DavidSmith, Ft. Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith, Hampton.' Afternoon and supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Engelby of Ledyard and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Krause and family of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms and family attended the baptismal services at St. John's Lutheran church at Burt Sunday for Randy Charles, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kline of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Harms were sponsors for the baby who was born May 2. A dinner was held at u& grandparents, Mr. ana Mrs. Rudolph - Peters, Burt. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kline ana family, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kline and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny ;• Harms and family. : Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Kzrn*:£ r and family attended the ifccea- * laureate services at toe Sun ." Higc Sciiool Sunday evening. '' A family gathering was neic evening in the Leroy Davis i& Baft to iisnoi or JKoru& Barms, wee graauaies this week MISS BURT — Band members of Burt Community High School have chosen Charlene Lappe to compete for the title of Miss North Iowa at the North !o\va Band Festival June 13. A senior, she has been active in band, girls glee club, mixed chorus, basketball, track and cheerleading. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lappe, Burt. She plans a career in medical technology. Her father owns a service station. Sheryll Gray Of Titonka To Wed June 24 At Camporee BURT - Thirteen members of Boy Scout troop 48 were among the SOO registered Boy Scouts attending a Spring Camporee at Petersons the past weekend. Theme of this year's Camporee was on conservation. Accompanying the Scouts were Scout master Bill Giddings, assistant, Jim Redemski and George Becker. Scouts attending were Craig Giddings, John Chipman, Jeff Miller, Dennis Miller, Chuckle Schrader, David McFarland, Stephen Becker, Michael Mawdsley, Bob and David Devine, Steven Schwieger, Allen Jurgens and David Hansen. - o - BLUE BIRDS MET Marilyn Person was hostess for the May meeting of the Burt Blue Birds at her home Saturday. Becky Cranston and Arlene Coady were elected to attend Junior 4-H Camp at Madrid in July. Chosen as alternate was Marilyn Person. July 26 was chosen as the date for the annual achievement show. The girls voted to hold a bake sale to help defray club expenses the night of the first band concert. The girls also voted to hold a family picnic at the Swea City Park at noon Sunday, July 9. Cynthia Soderberg gave an interesting picture study and 11- BURT COMMUNITY EVENTS THURSDAY, May 25 - Last day of school. FRIDAY, May 26 - Work Day for teachers. TUESDAY, May 30-Memorial Day services at American Legion Hail, 10 a. m. CHURCH CALENDAR BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Pastor SUNDAY, May 25 - Sunday School, 9 a. m. Divine Worship Service, 10:15 a. m. TUESDAY, May 30 - Memorial Day services, Legion Hall, 10 a. m. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor THURSDAY, May 25-Sunday School teacher's meetings at Lotts Creek, 7:30 and 8:15 p. m. SUNDAY, May 28 - Divine Worship services, 8 a. m. Sunday School, 9 a. m. BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies, Pastor FRIDAY, May 26 - Vacation Bible school teacher's meeting at Good hope, 2 p. m. SUNDAY, May 28-Divine Worship service, Sermon topic "This Nation Under God", 9 a. m. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies, Pastor THURSDAY, May 25 - Sunday School teacher's meeting, 2p.m. Confirmation class meets. FRIDAY, May 26 - Vacation Bible school teacher's meeting, 2 p. m. SUNDAY, May 28 - Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Divine Worship service, Sermon topic "This Nation Under God", 10:30 a. m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Lone Rock, la. Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor SUNDAY, May 28 - Morning Worship, 10 a. m. Sunday Church School, 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. MONDAY, May29-VACATION CHURCH SCHOOL begins, 9 a. m. All day sessions will be held Monday through Saturday, with the exception of Tuesday (Memorial Day). Adult Bible Study, 8 p. m. WEDNESDAY, May 31 - Choir Rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. lustrated talks were given by Arlene Coady and Marilyn Person. A demonstration was given by Marcia Soderberg. Mrs. Bernard Miller, Lone Rock, spoke to the girls and demonstrated flower arranging. She also showed a movie. Lunch was served by Marilyn and the mother. - o Boy Scout troop 48 will be presented its new charter at a special meeting at the Town Hall at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 25. Scoutmaster William Giddings wishes to extend an invitation SHERYLL LYNN GRAY Mr. and Mrs. Free Gray of Titonka announce the engagement and approachine marriage of their daughter, Sheryll Lynn, to Richard 5. Buiiineion, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Buffington, also of Titonka. A June 24 wedding is plannec at the Titonka Methodist church. from the Bun High School. Attending were Mr. arid Mis. Leroy Davis, Mr. and Mis. Gary Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Free; Davis, M:. and Mrs. Phil Carlson, Norman CarlsciL aad IS:, and M;-£. Jesse Harms and Mar;.. Mr. and Mrs. Jesst Harms attendee tne fellowship coiiee at the Hurt Presbyterian c:.u: e;., given i!: ijono: oi Mr. andM:s:. Arvin Eilaers aucS family v/ho art moving to Law C'it;. sometime iL tiit iiea: iutuii. Mis. Glen;. Uitv:. ,^ \: Ames Monia;. i:,o:-;u::r v. U^M- their caughte:, JaUct, home lo; her 'wotiifei Piiul'i. ;;.'i.aua'.io:., Monday evenitig. Mi. aii'j Mu. Joe LueUiW:, Joey ana tlary AJJI., !/::. ana Mrs. Alvii; Kl&tt, fci»rj Uoaarc and Aa LoetAcL e^ent fishing at Turtle Lak%. Mr. ana Mrt. Olex. and fajnily we:t dijuibr guesit it) the Monnie Lj <. weeh ag.o Hfc wiit. winpiaiut,, u*iialiy lot ^r ~^aj^r- •^^^r^^mr' ^^^^ ~^^^ ~^^^ ~^^*- -^^^ -^^ -^—- — ATTENTION [STOCKHOLDERS: Our fiscal year ends MAY 31 ALL ACCOUNTS MUST BE PAID NO LATER THAN MONDAY, MAY 29 ! - THANK YOU ».*.*-*-*-*.•*.*.*.*.••-*•*.*-*••»•*•••••»••••*-•••* ••••i NOTICE: We will be closed all day, Tuesday, May 30, Memorial Day. 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