The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1967 · Page 6
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New Lutheran Pastor, Burl, Due In Awns! y.-.v^,. A j.-i*;ll ': .-. !>-. X;.< A .v:\viv rail c.Ul •.: the Burt M;.r. day evenly. Rev. ar.d M s C1-. :r. y_ seated the dev ti.-r.s c: C.r f.-f-- ing. Bill and AvisChris:er.s£r. •.••ere in charge oi' the prograr/:, • r.i:^. included a film ''Miracle* ir. Science." The fellowship hour vis under the direction o: Rev. ir.d Mrs. Calbreath. Hosts and hostesses for the evening were Russell ana Kuth Patterson and Marlene and Leonard Stenzel. READING COURSES Summer remedial classes at the Burt school will begin on Wednesday, June 14. Classes will be offered in English, math, and reading for students in grades 1 through 6. Mrs. Fred Hilton will teach all classes. 'Mrs. Hilton will meet with the mothers of students planning to attend at 9 o'clock Monday, June 12 to set up the schedule of classes. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Godden and family, Algona, were Sunday Burt Calendar MONDAY June 12 - School board meeting, 5 p.m. TUESDAY June 13 - Eastern Star Friendship Nigh:, 8 p.m. THURSDAY June 15 - Hurt fireman's meeting, 7:30 p.m. 'CHURCHES mtn Interest Rates Go Down... Will You Be Left Up IntheAlr? What interest rate v.':!! ', be paying ;n 1970- With a Federal Lar.d Bank Loar it could be less. Ir.'.ert: rate;, or. existing loan-i hav been voluntarily reduce- four times in '.he past v.'he economic conditions pc! mitted. This ii one of man advantages o'. -^ Land Ear. Loan. For a long-term, lov. cost loan on your lane pay debts, buy lane, mar:* improvements or for otht farm and famnv needs, see us today. LAND BANK LOANS (South of Peuneys in — preferably Mondays ond Wednesdays — Eugene H. Hulchins, Manager Helen Haas Burt News ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor SUNDAY June II - Divine Worship and Confirmation Services, 8 A.M. Sunday School, 9 A.M. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Pastor SUNDAY June 11 — Sunday School, 9 a.m. Divine Worship Sen-ices, 10:15 a.m. TUESDAY June 13 - Spiritual Life Meeting, 7;30 p.m. WEDNESDAY June 14 - Choir Practice, 7:30 p.m. BURT METHODIST Merlin C. Davies, Pastor June 5-9 — Vacation Church School at Good Hope Methodist Church. Mothers invited to visit on Friday beginning at 1:00 THURSDAY June 8 - District Conference, Spencer, 8 p.m. SUNDAY June 11 - Worship Service, 9 A.M. - Sermon "We Believe in Free Will" Sunday School, 10 A.M. WEDNESDAY June 14 - M.Y.F., 7:30 p.m. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Merlin C. Davies, Pastor WEDNESDAY June 7-C-ood- v.lU tr-ci: c:.~es THURSDAY June c - District L -.!:- = ; T.;Cr, bpT..': = r, 0 p.m. Fasn;. Dirj.e: jV/.-l^-ji:}, LJO::. PpES5VT£r:l^:c CHURCH Rev. Albeit C. li'^i-j.i-.. Pastor pupils- ::. i i%';:t.il •..: ::.-. -.^'-:. '<-'. i '. '.:.. \.:, .-.:. V.rs. v..C:e: Mfschfr Ths y.c-sr.her'* d: not know to »--:^~ -j-es-; bluets beicmc ind vouJd like vf- much to cetthern v.-h.- rould help them return the M.vifts. If Aey are yours— ''"'O'^ld vou c-^li them7 ATiiong the relatives and :r:~r>ds irtendiag the wedding of Shirley Kyar. ana Perry Steward a: the Monte zuma Methodist Church on Saturday, June 3 were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller, Darrell and Joyce, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Steward and David of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Steward, Madrid, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Steward and family, Hazelcrest, ni., Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rauch and Larry, Blue Island, ni., Mrs. Henry Gramenz, Riverdale, HI., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gramenz and Mrs. Anna Pannek, Silvis, HI., and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bringman and Timmy, Kalona, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle McFarland and family were Friday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gilford, Ceylon. The occasion honored the End birthday of Amy Gilford. Diane Hoppus left on Tuesday for an extended visit at the home of her brother and family, Lt. j.g. and Mrs. Jay Hoppus and Jamie at San Diego, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gilford and Amy, Ceylon, were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Doyle McFarland home. Members of the "Fortnightly Club" will go to Spencer for their June meeting. The will dine at noon at Stubtfs Ranch House. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. McFarland and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell McFarland and David attended commencement exercises at Algona High School on Thursday evening. All were guests at a reception following the exercises honoring Miss Betty Riedelatthe home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Riedel. !IUIi;i!IIUI T I I I ^•^~*~*-*"*-*^*-*~*-*~*-*-».*-*-*-*-*'*-*"*I WIN I GIFT HOUSE | STAMPS I The "Graduation Roll" After the riot and break-in at Clear Lake, the Butt'r Top Bakery came up with a new sweet roll. It's filled with glass and a beer taste - called the "graduation roll" . . . ANYBODY CAN WIN ! ! STOP IN AT OUR STORE FOR DETAILS. F o R F R E E Gift Xouse s TAMPS It's as easy as A.B.C. CARD A is your master card which is punched - Keep ( this card at all times, do not throw away. j CARD B you receive each visit to your merchant whose , name appears on the reverse side. ' C. Place card A over card B with all four edges flush and , read your winning letter. Redeem your winning card at > the merchant whose name appears on the reverse side ( of card B. i A = 1O,OOO STAMPS D=100 STAMPS B=1,OOO STAMPS E=50 STAMPS C = 500 STAMPS F=25 STAMPS -•••*• LEAN, MEATY ! GROUND BEEF r WILSON'S GRADE A MINCED HAM Ib. WILSON'S CRISPRITE BACON VELVEETA CHEESE 2 Ib. box BV4fe/» MONARCH PINK ffi 4fe 79* SALMON r 69 MR. G PORTLAND I By Mrs. Victor Fitch I I FRENCH FRIES Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy attended a reception in honor of Dannie Danielson in the home of his mother, Mrs. Arnold Daiiifelsen. Dannie was a member of the 1967 Algona High School graduating class. About 40 other relatives and friends siihered for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Carlson, 3L f :i.:ri:i aid Larry of Minneapolis, ci_ - :.e dov,7i Friday evening to ^Ah-i the weekend with the y.t.v.ct TrurJthills. Mrs. Carl- v.>:. i-YJ Mrs. Trunl-hill are !/::. -^iT. Mrs. Mfciiiiet Trunk:_L ; 1.':. fc.Y.i Mrs. Vernon Carl- v>\;, Z.-^'j:. ciA Larry, Mr. and !.':E. L.'': Onn:f:i ol 'AUtteinore ^ ],'.:. i-K Mis., rliivi Scobba ; 'fji-^-f.:.'.. it.;:.Ll. M;E. JU:..L V;::i;t i l-JnTt-: S:a.j'j:. Cfc.::-,l: •.•^••^' •/•/.. iw !."it. Jerry L r . i.'jiivr oi tiAir little box BORDEN'S HALF'N HALF pint 29 JACKSPRATT OLE05 NEW, WHITE IQIbs. (POTATOES 49 I started at $335 per month thanks to Automation Training. You, too, can be part of this ra^aiy expanding cartfer field if you bcs t.o.v! Men and ^ornen are both eiigit/le for training in the operation of IBM oats pr machines. Send your name, address., age, e';occupation and telephone number today. Write: Director of Automation Development box 535, Upper DCS Moinfei Algona, iewa 505 1 1 ',at.or.-. NORTHERN PAPER TOWELS roils BUTTERTOP COFFEE CAKES each »^» •»»»»»»»»»»•»»»»»»»»»»».« SOLID HEAD each CABBAGE I 1 39 15 ; Wi'.om^iiuifed Lt J Wit. i-it-o' bis.ua, £, C. itt fe u*fe Cfcri Uww; VOGEL'S V* CARDINAL FOOD STORE BURT, IOWA l>ay. J

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