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Burt ^M0dH •• flBB tfb Thursday, June 15, 1967 Algeria (la.) Upper The Monitor Lone Rock Mr». Ruby HlnckUy, N*w» Published By The Upper Des Moinei Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa Dannit Waller, Editor Cleanup Of Junk Piles, Houses Slated At Burt BURT — A committee representing the local Lions Club met with the council Monday night to discuss the existing junk piles, old broken down cars and vacant houses existing in Burt. After much discussion, a decision was reached to enforce the nuisance ordinance now on town records. The town has the power to abate all nuisances that might be a hazard to good health. There are on file regulations that all junk piles must be licensed and enclosed within a 6-foot fence or within a building. It is hoped that all Burt citizens will abide with the regulations so that further action will not be necessary. In other action Monday night, members also discussed the prevention and treatment of Dutch Elm disease. Information regarding this has been received from Iowa State University, Ames, and local Lions members given material on it. Cigarette permits were ap- proved for Cunningham's Cafe, Don's Place, Vogel's Grocery, Lappe's DX and Hamilton's K & H Station. The treasurer's report was given and accepted and routine bills allowed. ON DEAN'S LIST Larry Holding, junior at Nebraska State Teachers College, Peru, Nebr., earned a place on the Dean's list at the college for maintaining a 3.5 average or higher during the spring quarter. - o - CLUB TOUR Nine members of the Past Matrons Club enjoyed an interesting and informative day Thursday. Leaving Burt at9:30a. m., they motored to Forest City where they were met by Mrs. Seaman. Under her supervision, they were taken on guided tours through the Stitchcraft Co. where fur- 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 :•"• MR. FARMER: IS YOUR CORN UP SO YOU CAN ROW IT? IF SO', STOP IN AT YOUR LOCAL CO-OP AND PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR - ANHYDROUS Put your name on the list for an applica- tor or have us apply it for you. Planning to take a vacation? Stop in and see us about handling your feeding needs while you're gone. ItnAAAAAn/VVVWWW'l'Vi'' • *" J IWWWIMMWWIMAX Burt Co-op Elevator Burt *•••• Ronald Jurgens, Mgr. fll H • H H • H niture, bedding, etc. is manufactured for travel trailers. Also toured were the Winnebago Trailer Mfg. plant, and a plant manufacturing all types of lamps, lamp shades, etc. Afternoon refreshments were a courtesy of the Forest City Chamber of Commerce. - o - READING CLUB A summer reading club will again be formed at the Burt Public Library, according to Mrs. Eleanor Stenzel, librarian. All boys and girls, grades three through sixth, interested in joining this summer reading club are asked to stop in at the library June 21 to sign up. If you cannot make it on Wednesday, come in the following Saturday. - o Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Clark, Spencer, called on her mother, Mrs. Elsie Winter, Monday. They came to attend funeral services for Maree Bahnson. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockwood spent Friday in Des Moines. Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson is hospitalized at the Park Memorial hospital, Mason City, where she underwent major surgery June 8. Jennifer Clark, Spencer, has been a guest at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Elsie Winters. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Johnson and daughter, Stephanie, Lincoln, Nebr., were weekend guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curtis. They came to attend funeral services for Mrs. Bahnson. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hopkins, Fredricksburg, spent several days the past week with her sister and husband, the J. L. Millers. Thomas James, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kissner, Algona, was baptized at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Sunday. Sponsors for Thomas were Mr. and Mrs. Art Kahler. Mr. and Mrs. Kissner entertained at dinner in their home and guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kahler and the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat McGuire. Thomas James was born May 11, at Britt Memorial hospital. He has a brother and sister. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Kissner, Algona. Mrs. Larry Holding received a B.S. degree in mathematics from Nebraska State Teachers College, Peru, Nebr., during commencement exercises May 29. Present at her graduation were her husband, Larry, her four children, Valarie, Brad, Brenda and Vaughn, and her mother, Mrs. Cliff Holding, San Francisco, Calif. Mrs. Holding, her four children and mother visited Burt relatives and friends recently. Guests at the parental Fred Gebken home the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Everts and family, Belle, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. DuWayne Gebken and Richard Gebken, Ames. Mrs. Everts is the former Marie Gebken, Helen Schwietert and Lorena Roark drove to Mankato Thursday to bring Jane Barslou home for a few day's vacation. Jane will return to Mankato to begin summer school at Mankato State June 12. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley spent the weekend at Cedar Rapids and Janet Cunningham, Burt, Bride At Titonka, June 10 ™ ™ ** ™ !••• Be Sure Your Tractor Is Giving You 100 c /o Make certain your tractor is operating at 100"o for the best results this year. Let us give it a once- over. Expert repair work done at minimal prices on any tractor, car or truck. You name it, we can do it! Reutzel's Garage Phone 924-3315 Burt A COMPLETE LINE OF GRADE A DAIRY PRODUCTS J4ome eyUeliverij • BURT Janet Luceil Cunningham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray V. Cunningham, Burt, Iowa, and Keith Arlen Brandt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Brandt, Titonka, Iowa, were united in marriage at the Titonka Methodist Church on June 10, at 8:00 p.m. Rev. Paul Hansen performed the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Matron of honor was Charlene Hazlett, Mason City, cousin of the bride; and her bridesmaids were Karen Brandt, sister of the groom, and Cheryl and Rachelle Cunningham, sisters of the bride. Kermitt Brandt, Winnebago, Minn., brother of the groom, served as best man, and his groomsmen were Lowell Nelson, V Buffalo Center, cousin of the •' groom, Phillip Asa, Wesley, cousin of the bride; and Kevin Brandt, brother of the groom. Ring bearer was Todd Asa. Ushers were Alan Asa, Algona; Jerry Hazlett, Mason City; Dennis Iverson, Waterloo, and Donovan Nelson, Buffalo Center. Personal attendant to the bride was Donna Sasse, Griswold; Judy Olson, Sidney, Mont., was the soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Leonard Leeck. The organist was Carolyn Engelbarts, Des Moines. In charge of the guest book was Jeri Steck, Sibley. A reception was held in Fellowship Hall following the ceremony with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boleneus, Wesley, serving as host and hostess. Jane Schreiner, Sioux Falls, S. D., served punch. Mrs. Kermit Iverson, Waterloo, and Mrs. Fred Asa, Algona, cut the cake, and Mrs. W. Stewart Watkins, Chicago, HI., poured coffee. Waitresses were Joan Cosgrove, Titonka; Julie Spurgeon, Des Moines; Julie Peterson, Clear Lake; and Valerie Vogt, Waterloo. In charge of the gifts were Marianne Higgins, Gilmore City; Paula Hilgenberg, Artesian, S. D.; Shirley Hutchison, Waterloo; Laraine Spurgeon, Des Moines, and Lu Ann Davidson. Following a short wedding trip the couple will be at home at 502 1/2 E. State St., Algona, Iowa, for the summer months. At present the groom is employed by Bituminous Materials & Supply Co., Algona. The bride and groom are both graduates of Titonka High School. The bride is a senior at Morningside College, Sioux City, majoring in English. The groom is a junior at Westmar College, LeMars, where he is majoring in mathematics. They will continue their education this fall. Iowa City where they visited the Larry Hinckleys, the Bill Schatzs and the Don Thomsens. Friday guests at the William Giddings home were Mr. and Mrs. Grover Giddings and family, Dallas, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hausour and family and Mrs. Louis Breshear, all of Lubbock, Tex., Mrs. Rodney Giddings, Spirit Lake, Mrs. Kenneth Zimmerman, Des Moines, Mrs. Gary Sleeker and family, Ames, Mrs. John Lenertz and family, Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carlson and daughter and Mrs. Guy Carlson, all of Wesley, and Mrs. John Van Hove, Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Giddings and family, Dallas Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hausour and family and Mrs. Louis Breshear, all of Lubbock Tex., spent the past ten days at the William Giddings home and with other relatives and friends. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Teeter were Gwenyth Teeter, Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson and family and Gene Will, LuVerne, Mrs. G. R. Cook and Henry Johannsen, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Dutton. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kent Ryerson and boys, Norwalk, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryersoi). Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Teeter were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Varner, Modesto, Calif. Burt Scouts Have Campout Near River BURT - Members of the Boy Scout troop and their families enjoyed a pot-luck picnic supper along the river on the former Elvidge farm. Following the supper a campfire fellowship was enjoyed and during an impressive ceremony, Scouts Dennis Miller, David Devine, Allan Jurgens, Joel Jentz and David Hanson were presented their Tenderfoot badges. Ten Scouts, Scoutmaster BUI Giddings, Neal Giddings and Greg Koepke spent the night in tents on the river bank and cooked breakfast in the morning. Joining them for breakfast were several of the fathers, George Becker, Ray Devine, Ron Jurgens, Harley Hansen and Bruce. Elva Boettcher Is President, Burt Auxiliary BURT - Mrs. Elva Boettcher was elected president of the Burt American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday evening. Other officers elected were Wantalee Hawcott, vice president; Jane Scott, secretary; Beth Miller, treasurer; Luella McWhorter, chaplain; Leona Lacy, sgt.-at~arms; Gladys Hawcott, historian; and Genevieve Graham, Grace Trenary and Luella McWhorter, members of the executive board. A report on the May county meeting was given by Elva Boettcher. Genevieve Graham, Poppy Day chairman, reported that $64 had been collected from the annual poppy sales. Assisting Auxiliary members selling poppies were ten girls of the Brownie and Girl Scout Troops. Announcement was made of the county Auxiliary meeting to be held at Titonka in August, at which time Sandra Ortman, Burt's delegate to Hawkeye Girls State, will speak of her experiences. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies, Pastor FRIDAY, June 16-Good Hope M.Y.F, paint church kitchen, 8 a. m. SUNDAY, June 18 - Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Divine Worship Services, 10:30 a. m. North Iowa Conference convenes at Davenport. Pastor and lay delegate from each church to attend. THURSDAY, June 22-M.Y.F. meets, 7:30 p. m. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor SUNDAY, June 18 - Divine Worship Services, 8a.m. Pastor Walter Friedrich in charge of services. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Pastor FRED AY, June 16-Pulpit committee meeting in Family Room, 8 p. m. SUNDAY, June 18 - Sunday School, 9 a. m. Divine Worship Services, 10:15 a. m. Special children and youth program with a special offering taken to supplement vacation Bible School program. Farewell get-together for Pastor Calbreath and family, 6:30 p. m. TUESDAY, June 20 - Men's Fellowship breakfast at Cunningham's Cafe, 6:30 a. m. WEDNESDAY, June 21 -U.P. W. meets, 2:15 p. m. Guest speaker; Mrs. Leonard Stenzel, devotions; Maxine Angus, Marjorie Mawdsley, Avis Christensen and Marlene Stenzel, hostesses. BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies, Pastor SUNDAY, June 18 - Divine Worship Services, 9 a. m. Sermon topic, "Christians On The Highway". Sunday School, 10 a. m. North Iowa Conference convenes at Davenport. WEDNESDAY, June 21-Gladys Circle meets at city park, 2p.m. Pot-luck lunch following. Gladys Hawcott and Blanche Long in charge of program. Ivy Circle meets with Leona Lovstad and Edith Chipman. Genevieve Graham and Helen Vogel in charge of program. Janice Circle- Picnic at Ruby Hinckleys, 6:30 p. m. Program by Barbara Harms and Marlene Davis. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Lone Rock, la. Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor SUNDAY, June 18 - Morning Worship, 9 a. m. Sunday Church School, 10 a. m. THURSDAY, June 15 - U. P. W. Circle meetings as scheduled, except that the Ruth circle will meet with Rose Kraft. MONDAY, June 19 - Adult Bible Study, 8 p. m. We shall complete our study of the Book of Hebrews. CHURCH NEWS Vacation Bible School at the Burt and Good Hope Methodist churches was held June 5-9. The themes of this year's sessions were: "FriendsAround Me" - kindergarten; "Our Family In The Community—1st and End grades; "Bible Land and Times"-3rdand4thgrades; "The Life and Work of Paul"- 5th and 6th grades. There was a large group registered and average attendance. A big "thank you" goes out to the following teachers: Sue Bjustrom, Blanche Long, Iva Simmons, Janice Schaeller, Barbara Dittmer, Frances Sarchet, and helpers Donna Fisher, Sue Dodds, Cindy and Linda Chipman and Barbara Hamilton. Thanks also goes to Rev. Davies and to those who furnished rides for the students. SOCIAL CALENDAR! COMMUNITY EVENTS FRIDAY, June 16-Open House shower for Mrs. Wendell Willrett at St. John's Lutheran church, 7:30 p. m. MONDAY, June 19-Lions Club dinner and meeting, 7 p. m. WEDNESDAY, June 21 - First Band Concert of the summer, 8 p. m. Go-Kart Races, 9 p. m.; warm-ups at 8:30 p. m. Ex-Lone Rock i: > Woman Passes In California LONE ROCK- Friends of this, community we re saddened to hear, of the death of Dorothy Macumber Gary the latter part of May.', She was the daughter of Mrs,'. Florence Macumber, Algona, and the late Mr. Frank Macumber,' She was raised in the Lone Rock community, having graduated in, the class of 1935 of Lone Rock High School. She went to Call-" fornia many years ago where she died in San Francisco. She is survived by her husband.! Dan Gary, her mother, Mrs.Flo-., rence Macumber, and brother Clarence Macumber, both of Al-', gona, and a sister Mrs. L.T."' Jackson (Lillian) of Baton Rouge,''. La. and nephews. ','. Trade at Home IFOR i ENTIRE Banking with us is a family affair. Your boy or girl will be interested in our £ savings account service. A little saving 1 will help develop thrifty habits for tomor- I row. If you have teen-agers earning their c own money, acquaint them with our check- I ing account. | It's an easy, safe way to carry money ( or pay bills. Parents will be interested in 0 the many other services offered by our I bank. Stop in today for free consultation ; on any financial problem. ! BURT (SAVINGS BANK j MEMBER F.D.I.C. 5 SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $15,000 WE'VE MOVED i We have moved our motor shop to a new and larger location in Burt at the west end of main street on the south side (formerly Vogel's Store). You're cordially invited to stop in and look over our new quarters. Red's Motor Shop NOTE: Our telephone number is now 924-3341

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