The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1967 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1967
Page 28
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Burt Legion Memorial Day Plans Complete BURT - Hans for the annual Memorial Day observances at Burt have been completed with the Carter - Stott Post V.F.W. in charge of arrangements. The post will be assisted by the V.F. W. Auxiliary and the Knoll post American Legion and Auxiliary. Memorial Day services will be held at 10 a.m. at the American Legion Hall. On the program will be music by the high school band directed by Paul Espe and vocal music directed by Erna Grover. James Fries, well known Burt man, will deliver the Memorial Day address, The invocation and closing prayer will be given by Chaplain Raymond Lavrenz. Roland Lavrenz is in charge of program arrangement. Following services at the hall, there will be the annual march to the cemetery where graves of veterans will be decorated and a salute to veterans . given by the post firing squad. Taps will be played at the conclusion of the services and again at 10 p.m. - o - IS RECOVERING Earl (Muggs) Ackerman, Burt farmer, continues to recover in the Buffalo Center hospital from second and third degree burns suffered at his home several weeks ago. He underwent some skin grafting the past week and It is hoped he will be able to return home within a week or two. In the meantime, he will greatly appreciate seeing or hearing from his many friends at the hospital. - o- Mr. and Mrs. Julius Stecker and family, Eagle Grove, and Mr. Stecker's mother, Titonka, were Wednesday evening guests of her mother, Mrs. Helen Weiske Mrs. Stecker accompanied her son & family back to Eagle Grove for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hinckley and Cheryl Ann, Mason City, called at the parental Al Hinckley's Friday enroute on a vacation to the Black Hills. Recent guests at the Lawrence Presthus home were Mrs. E. E. Marlow and boys and Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Kissner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Scharn, Lytton, spent Sunday with her mother and sister, Mrs. Earl FOR MEMORIAL DAY * * * ARTIFICIAL SPRAYS & WREATHS 69c to $2.98 A large variety.*? flowers & colors now on display — make your own arrangements-. Ship! er's DRY GOODS AND VARIETY Burt, Iowa A COMPLETE LINE OF GRAPE A DAIRY PRODUCTS •IURT Burt Ihe Monitor Lone Rock Mn. Ruby Hlrtdtky, N«wi Publ!»h«d By Th* Upp«r D«t Main** Publithing Co., Algona, Iowa Ackerman and Nancy. They also all visited with their husband and father, Earl, at Buffalo Center hospital. The birthday anniversary of Ethel Dremmel was observed at her home Tuesday. Hostesses for the one o'clock luncheon were Clara Reynolds and Esther Sorenson. Mrs. Celia Scott is a patient at St. Ann hospital where she has been receiving medical care. Mr. and Mrs. J. L Miller attended class award night at Titonka High School Tuesday evening. Their'granddaughter, Valarie Miller, received several awards, among them a scholarship from Upper Iowa University at Fayette for $850 a year for four years. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mitchell, Chicago, spent Thursday and Friday with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Don Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sabln, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Metzger and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Metzger attended confirmation services at the Lutheran church at Miller, la., Sunday. Diane Boeckholt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Boeckholt, Garner, was a member of the Class. All were dinner guests at the Boeckholt home. Members of the religion class of St. John's Lutheran church and their teacher, Pastor Arnold Vehllng, Ernest Lavrenz, Mrs. Don Behnkendorf, Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs. Russell Parsons and Mrs. Homer Sabln, Mrs. Robert Hanna, mothers, Mrs. Wendel Christensen and Mrs. Erwin Elmers, enjoyed a picnic at Call Park, Algona, Wed. evening. Members of the Burt Community school board and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Graham, and Supt. and Mrs. Bruce Cranston heldanend-of-the-year get-together at Spencer Wednesday evening. The pupils of the second grade, accompanied by their teacher, Mrs. Eilders, and mothers, Mrs. Howard Batt, Mrs. Don Reimers and Mrs. Harley 0. Hansen, enjoyed a field trip to Algona, Wed. While there they visited the fire department, KLGA, Graham's, the telephone office and the Upper Des Molnes Publishing Co. They enjoyed a picnic dinner at Call Park. Paul Hasse drove the bus. Mr. and Mrs. George Becker, Steve and Susan, and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. and Merrill, helped Mrs. Martin Becker observe her birthday Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller attended commencement exercises at Titonka High School Monday evening. Their granddaughter, Val Miller, delivered the valedictory address of the evening. Pre-registration for classes for the 1967-68 school year were held at the school Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Betty Miller entertained in honor of her daughter Diane, following baccalaureate services Sunday night. Guests Included Diane's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, Algona and Willian Batt, Sr. Also guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Angus and Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Eilders. Mrs. Harold Becker and Mrs. George Becker went to Spencer Tuesday, where they met Mrs. Helen Young of Long Beach Cal. Mrs. Young will visit at the home of her daughter, Dorothy and family, the George Beckers for about three weeks. .Members of the Cub Scout dens held their last meetings of the season at Call Park, Mon. after school and enjoyed treats at the A & W Root Beer stand later on, There will be no weekly den meetings during the summer. A monthly pack meeting will be held, however, with Cub parents in charge of each. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Robaand Marlys, Elmore, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Soderberg. Mr. and Mrs. Lament Wellendorf and family, Algona, were Sunday guests at the Harley Troutman Jr. home. Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the J. L. Miller home were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller, Estherville, and Mr, and Mrs. D. C. Miller of Laurens. At night, all attended baccalaureate services at the Titonka school and were guests at a reception following in honor of Val Miller at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Miller. Mrs. 0. H. Graham will entertain members of the Fortnightly Club at her home D«nni* Wbtfor, Editor Jl ' -"•*^^"HBB^>"-a=»°!»l Burt Grade Students Tour Firms The second grade class from the Burt Public School paid a visit to Algona, last Wednesday, and visited a number of local places of interest, among them the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. plant, and radio station KLGA. They are pictured above with their adult supervisors, and holding a fresh copy of The Algona Upper Des Moines. Mrs. Betty Eilders is the class teacher, and mothers with the group were Mrs. Donald Reimers, Mrs. Howard Batt and Mrs. Harley Hanson. Paul Hasse, at the left rear, was the bus driver. ston, Jerry McFarland and Jim Curtis. Track awards went to Harold Lavrenz, Tom Llchter, Warren Waltman, John Fries, Howard Batt, JimRuhnke, Brad Cranston, Wayne Lavrenz, Kenneth Hawcott, Frances Arend, Mark Cranston and Eddie Parcell. Many Awards Presented During Assembly, Burt BURT - The annual Awards Assembly was held at the high school at 2:30 p.m. Friday. Speech awards were presented to John Fries, who received a I at State Contest and to Colleen Kruse who received a n at State Contest. Receiving gold pin awards from the band mothers were the following senior band members: Nancy Ackerman, Dianne Miller, Norma Harms, Charlene Lappe and Charlotte Lappe. Girls track and basketball awards .were presented to Charleen Lappe, Charlotte tappe,' Nancy Ackerman, Janet Becker, Gloria Heyes, Linda Becker, Kathi Lappe, Sandra Ortman, Diane Person, Pat Schrader, Jill Smith, Jayne Larsen, Kathleen Patterson, Colleen Kruse, Sandra Graham, Cindy Chipman, Gayle Wermers and Donna Schrader. Paulette Arend and Diane Hoppus received manager awards for track and basketball. Music awards - vocal and or instrumental awards were to: Nancy Ackerman, Paulette Arend, Boyd Bristow, Norma Harms, Diane Hoppus, Dianne Miller, Charlotte Lappe, Charlene Lappe, Linda Meyer and Clint Patterson. Linda Becker, John Fries, Gloria Heyes, Gary Huber, Sandra Ortman, Deborah Kohlhaas, Deborah Stenzel, Warren Waltman, Howard Batt and Janet Becker. Jeanlne Chafee, Kenneth Haw- coth, Colleen Kruse, Kathi Lappe, Mark Mawdsley, Alan Mescher, Kathleen Patterson, Diane Person, Jim Ruhnke and Pat Shelr- bon. Gayle Wermers, Lennlce Waltman, Joyce Spry, Marcia Soderberg, Jill Smith, Connie Sheirbon, Donna Miller, Ruth Long, Becky Kruse, Barbara Hamilton, Cynthia Chipman and Marilyn Cherland. '3 Cheerleader awards went ;-tp Charlene Lappe, Charlotte Lap^- pe, Patricia Schrader, Sandra Schrader, Marilyn Cherland, Deborah Stenzel and Jill Smith. Football awards were earned by Jim Boer, Clint Patterson, Harold Lavrenz, Bob Ruhnke, John Fries, Tom Lichter, Mike Hamilton, JimRuhnke, Alan Mescher, Wayne Lavrenz, Brad Cranston, Howard Batt, Frances Arend, Mark Cranston, Jim Curtis and Eddie Parcell. Basketball awards went to: Phil McFarland, Boyd Bristow, Clint Patterson, Harold Lavrenz, Tom Lichter, Don Westling, Warren Waltman, John Fries^Howard Batt Wayne Lavrenz, Brad Cranston, Jim Ruhnke, Mark Mawdsley, Kenneth Hawcott, Mark Cran- "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" Ambulance For Bur! Studied Monday Night BURT - A small crowd attended a community meeting here Monday night for discussion of the possibility of an ambulance set-up. Mayor N'els Nelson was appointed chairman of the group. A committee was appointed to study the problem further, svith Don Patterson, Al Hinckley, Vern Shipler, Dr. B. K. Bahnson and Charles Spry named. The committee will meet with the county board of supervisors to find out what is being done elsewhere in the county, then another community meeting will be held for further discussion of the proposal. It Is hoped a community ambulance service, under the supervision of the fire department, can be set up in the near future. A Chevrolet Sports Van from Kossuth Motor Co., Algeria, was on display at the meeting. CARD OF THANKS Our recent sad loss leaves us with grateful hearts to our many friends who assisted at the scent? of the fatal accident and for the many comforting expressions of sympathy and following our father's and grandfather's death. Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Meschor and family. (41) Thursday, May 25, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines—9 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^I^^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^d M^^^B^^^I^^^^^^^^^^^^I^^^I^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^' something we can offer you.... and convenience is our business! ELECTRIC & MOTOR SERVICE Expert service on all re- winding and general repair of electric motors. RED'S MOTOR SHOP Burt, Iowa Phone 924-3413 A checking account at the Burt Savings Bank can save you time, energy, footwork and headaches. Pay bills by check to keep your records exact and accurate. The cost is minimal and the effort you save is great. Play it smart and safe with a convenient checking account with us ... BURT SAVINGS BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C. SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $15,000 RESIDENTS OF FENTON - LONE ROCK WESLEY - RINGSTED DON'T WAIT! CARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 SUCCESSOR TO C. B. CHIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE c. B. 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