Burt _^^__-^^^^ ^M^ me Monitor Thursday, June 29, 1967 Algono (la.) Upper Oe$ Moinei-3 Lone Rock Ruby Htftckfoy, N«w* Publiihed By Th* Upper D*j Moinet Publi»hin0 Co., Algeria, Iowa Dtnnii WdlUr, Editor Dedicate New Presbyterian Church, Burt Approximately 350 persons attended the dedication services and open house at the new Presbyterian Church in Burt on Sunday afternoon. Among those attending were Rev. and Mrs. Paul K. Figge, Newhall, Iowa. Rev. Figge was pastor at the Burt Presbyterian Church from April 1, i940 to April 1, 1945. Also in attendance at the event were two parishioners who have held continuous memberships in the church for 61 years, Mr. Ray S. McWhorter and Mrs. Bertha McDonald Elvidge. For the occasion, the church was decked with approximately 20 congratulatory or memorial floral bouquets. The day's activities began with a special communion service during the morning worship service. Dedication services were held at 2 p.m. with music directed by Mrs. Erna Grover with Mrs. Leonard Stenzel at the organ and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. on the piano. A vocal quartet, Norma Harms, Pat Shurban, Linda and Janet Becker also sang. Leading in the worship were the pastor, Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Rev. John Reiners, First Presbyterian Church, Lakota, and Rev. Fred J. Langenberg, General Presbyter of North Central and Northwest Presbyteries, Storm Lake, who delivered the dedication sermon. An open house followed the dedication services and guests were free to inspect the new ediface and facilities. It was in 1882, in the little prairie village of Burt, that a small group of Christians felt the need to establish a church where they might worship together and in June 1883, a church was organized. Services" were held in the school until 1888. It was then that the first Presbyterian church was built at a cost of $1500, and had two rooms connected by folding doors. In April 1901, a manse was built and an addition to the church was completed in 1915. In 1929 a- Dedicate New Church nother addition on the north provided Sunday School class rooms, a choir room and a new kitchen. By 1933 the membership had grown to 200 and in June of that year the church observed its Golden anniversary. On June i>-8, 1958, the Diamond or 75th anniversary of the church was observed. As time went on and membership increased it became evident that a new church was needed and in June of 1966 ground was broken for a 44' x 84' structure. The interior contains a 60* x 44' nave with a large illuminated cross above the altar, a large foyer, pastor's study and nursery on the main floor. The ceilings are white, with side walls of a pale blue accented with a trim of darker blue. It is carpeted throughout with red carpeting. The walls of the nursery, foyer and pastor's study are of pre- finished walnut paneling. A bal- cony 24' x 44' will seat at least 60 people. There is a full basement containing a modern fully- equipped kitchen and fellowship hall and 5 Sunday School class rooms. The entire cost including the planned landscaping of the grounds yet to be done was about $75,000. The congregation should be proud of and should be congratulated on this beautiful addition to Burt. Raymond Spry Of Burt To Phone Co. Job BURT - Raymond Spry left Monday for Hooper, Neb. where he began work with the Western Iowa Telephone Co. Raymond, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spry, has spent the past month at his home after completing three years of military training, 18 months of which were spent in Germany. - o - AT CONFERENCE Rev. Merlin Davies and Mrs. Elsie Winters arrived home Fri- LECTRIC & MOTOR SERVICE Expert service on all rewinding and general repair of electric motors. RED'S MOTOR SHOP AT NEW LOCATION - BURT, IA. - PHONE 924-3341 GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 SUCCESSOR TO C. B. CH|PMAN FUNERAL SERVICE C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONE BURT, RES. 924-3431 day after spending the past week at the North Iowa Methodist Conference at Davenport. Mrs. Winters attended as a lay delegate representing both the Burt and Good Hope churches. Rev. Davies was assigned to the Burt and Good Hope churches for another year. - o - AT OPEN HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney attended the open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Arthur N.Johnson, Havelock, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are former neighbors of the Campneys. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mitchell and Rhonda, Des Moines, spent the weekend at the parental Don Mitchell home. Little Rhonda remained to spend a week with her grandparents. Myrtle Schwietert of Des Moines visited from Thursday through Sunday with Helen Schwietert, Lorena Roark and Dillman Schwietert. She also spent some time with her brother, John at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mrs. Charles Spry and Raymond spent Monday and Tuesday at Jefferson where they were guests at the home of her uncle and family, the Cecil McAfees. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Roger Steward, Madrid, to Okoboji Thursday where they were supper and evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Steward. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal and family, Titonka, were Sunda}' guests at the parental Lawrence Doege home. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Clark, Jennifer and Collette, Spencer, Be Sure Your Tractor Is Giving You 100% Make certain your tractor is operating at 100^ 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 Ttordens A COMPLETE LINE OF GRADE A DAIRY PRODUCTS 3. ''Of i very visited at the home of her mother, Mrs. Elsie Winters, Sunday. Jennifer remained for a longer visit with her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney spent from Tuesday until Friday with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Thompson at Keokuk. Mrs. Julius Stecker and children, Cherokee, visited Friday and Saturday with her mother, ' Mrs. Helen Weiske. They wero,]> joined for dinner Saturday byfv Mrs. Folkert Stecker, Titonka, She accompanied her daughter- in-law back to Cherokee to help them move to a new home. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gifford and Amy, and Connie Me Farland, Ceylon, Minn, spent the weekend at the parental H.D. McFarland home. Mr. and Mrs. H.D. McFarland and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gifford and Amy, and Connie McFarland, Ceylon, Minn., spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. McFarland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.C. Bruhn, Emmetsburg. Gerald Ollam, Algona, called on his sister, Mrs. Helen Weiske, Friday. Benjamin and Rebecca Campney, Gilmore City, spent the past week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney, while their parents, Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Campney, attended the North Iowa Methodist Conference at Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook spent the week with their daughter and family, the Pete Olsons at Harlan. Mrs. Olson had just arrived home Saturday after being hospitalized the past 5 weeks at Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Koepke accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Miller, spent from Tuesday to Saturday vacationing and sight-seeing. They went from Burt to Duluth and around Lake Superior to Michigan, into Wisconsin and back home. Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Miller attended the open house honoring their son and wife, the Clark Millers, on their silver wedding anniversary. The occasion was sponsored by the Miller's sons, Greg and Tim, and their daughter, Val, and was held at their home. HOSPITAL NEWS John Schwietert was taken to Merc} hospital on Wednesday. He under.vent surgery on Thursday morning. .Mail can reach him addressed to Room 43G, St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital, Mason City, la. His sister, Helen Schwietert and Lorena Roark spend each day with him. Also hospitalized at Merc;, hospital is Mrs. Lou Hoover, who is under medical care. Slit, too, would be happy to hear from her many friends. Tom Trenary is under medical care at Park Memorial hospital. Tom suffered a slight heart attack at his farm home on Sunday, June 18. COMMUNITY CALENDAR MONDAY. Juh 3-Town Council ihi-.-ts, 8 p.m. V.'KDNKSDAY, Jul;. ' - Rind o-ncert, 8 p.m. Go-Kail Races 'Afst ed^e >>f Hurt, f» p.m. THURSDAY, Jul;. 0 _ B.ISI- Ktll at Bancroft, 8 ; .m. CHURCH NEWS BURT PRESBYTERIAN Kcv. Bruce Calhreath, Pastor SUNDAY, July 2 - Sunday School, 9 a.m. Divine worship service, 10:13 a.m. Mariners CIu!) meets- Rev. and Mrs.Cal- breath and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley-Hosts, 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY,' July 4 - Men's fellowship breakfast at Cunningham's, 0:30 a.m. WEDNESDAY, July 3 - Circle "A" meets with Viola Becker and Grace Trenary, 2:15 p.m. Circle "C" meets with Vera Fitch, 2:15 p.m. Circle "B" meets with Boulah Dundas and Hilda Gilford, 7:30 p.m. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor SUNDAY, July 2 - Divine worship and communion service, 8 a.m. Sunday school, 9 a.m. THURSDAY, July 6 - Ladies Aid meets. Pot luck dinner for members and their children. BURT METHODIST Rev, Merlin C. Davies, Pastor SUNDAY, Juh 2-Diviu,' -.>.,,i- shi|) services, 0 a.m. Sund.r. school, 10 a.m. JULY 2-8 - Pastor .liivcts Okoboji Freshm.in Camp GOOD HOPK METHODIST Kcv. Merlin C. D.ivies, Pastor SUNDAY. July 2 - SuiuKr, school, rnSO a.m. Divine-.vorsliip services, 10:30 a.m. JULY -1 - Tr.ulition.il Fourth of Juh picnic. PRESBYTERIAN CHURLH Lone Hock, Iowa Rev. Alltert C. Bullock, Pastor SUNDAY. July 2 - Morniiu: worship and communion - 9:00 a.m. Sunday Church Scl, >ol _ 10:00 a.m. WEDNESDAY, July :, - Session meeting - 8:00 p.m. PAINT PARSONAGE The Methodist parsonage took on a new look Saturday when 10 men of the parish and five M.Y.F.er's gathered with scrapers, hammers, nails and paint brushes, etc., made necessary repairs and spread 8 1/2 gallons of white paint. It made a great improvement in a short time. Saturday, July 8, members of the congregation will gather at the church and also give it a second coat of paint. Stop in at your elevator for TOP DRESSING ON HAYING GROUND Example of plant food needs for a high-yield hay crop: ALFALFA HAY - Acre Yield 4 Tons NITROGEN - 187 Ibs. PHOSPHORIC ACID - 43 Ibs. POTASH - 194 Ibs. 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