The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1967 · Page 4
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Thursday, July 13, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper DCS Moines-7 Burt __ _ .^^^^^ ^^^^ i 11 u i 311 u y , .1 u i y < " r ' ' w i » < i y v . • v* \ • » me Monitor Lone Rock Burt Budget Being Planned By Council The Burt water tower will lie maintained under a 10-yuar contract, Burt town council decided Thursday. A contract was entered into with Watertower Paint and Repair Co, of Clear Lake at $210 per year for 10 years. The company will clean and treat the water supply tank and make necessary repairs once a year, and paint the interior two or three times during the 10- year period. The council spent most of the evening meeting discussing budget for the coming fiscal year. A special meeting was set for Monday night to complete the work and adopt a budget. The council received estimates for several contractors for installation of new sidewalk on the west side of City Park. No estimate was accepted due to lack of money in the street fund account. Councilmen say the lack of funds is due to unexpected costs of repairing the railroad crossing and the purchase of a new truck. The sidewalk will be installed as soon as funds are available. Delegates from the library board discussed their budget for next year with the council. Hugh Williams was granted permission to build an addition on his house. Plan Special Fete For Girl Scouts At Burt BURT - Members of the junior Girl Scouts and Cadet Scouts and the new Fly-ups will enjoy an afternoon of swimming at the Bancroft pool Friday followed by a watermelon feed. The girls are asked to be at the town hall no later than 1:45 p. m. They will be back at the hall at 5 p. m. to be picked up. - o - ANNUAL PICNIC Approximately 55 EasternStar members and their families enjoyed the annual O.E.S.-Masonic family picnic Sunday at Crystal Lake. A bountiful picnic meal was enjoyed at noon, followed by swimming, cards and visiting. - o - Several junior Cadet Girl Scouts spent an enjoyable afternoon at the home of their leader, Mrs. Russell Patterson, Thursday. The girls enjoyed horseback riding and a cook-out. Mrs. 0, A. Campney, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis and Mr. ana Mrs, Garry Lee Davis and Todd, Algona, were guests Sunday at the Harold Campney home at Arnolds Park. The Harold Camp- neys, former Burt residents, wore observing their silver wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. George Becker, Steve and Susan left Friday noon for a weekend of camping and sight-seeing in eastern Iowa. Among places of interest visited were Little Brow Church, Billy Bros, clock museum at Spillville, Pike's Peak State Park, McGregor, Effigy Mounds National Museum, Moody's Museum at McGregor, and the Norwegian Museum at Decorah. Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Campney and family, Gilmore City, were Sunday evening guests at the parental Walter Campney home. Mrs. Evelyn Richardson and Henry Johnson, Capron, HI., visited several days the past week at the Glenn Black home. Mrs. Richardson is Mrs. Black's aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman, Kim, Laura and Joe were Sunday guests at the Darrell Mitchell home, Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voigt, Jr. and family, Lawton, Utah, visited the past week at the parental Robert Voigt, Sr. home, and with his sister and family, the Merwyn Cunninghams. Michelle and Scott Thomsen, Iowa City, are spending two weeks with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bierstedt, Lakota, called on her sister, Mrs. Ella Meyer, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen joined about 40 former neighbors and friends for dinner at the William Borenson home, May City, Wednesday evening. The gathering of former neighbors honored A, W. Kruckenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Austin, Loveland, Calif., also former Mav Citians, visiting here. Joel Smith observed his fifth birthday July 6 and in honor of the occasion his mother, Mrs. Ed Smith, Jr., entertained a group of his friends at an afternoon party. Guests included his sister, Jill, Nancy and Butch Dugan, Sandra Lovstad, Timmy and Tammy Kissner, Lenny and Kim Davis, Joe Troutman, Lori and Danny Maiuis, Randy Reimers, Danny Kruse and Patty Karels. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Reed and family, Mankato, spent the past week with her mother, Mrs. Helen Johnson. 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 _ LECTRIC & MOTOR SERVICE Expert service on all rewinding and general repair of electric motors, RED'S MOTOR SHOP AT NEW LOCATION - BURT, .A. -PHONE_924-33^ ^ez~i~ &&* WHEN PLANNING YOUR VACATION - DON'T FORGET INSURANCE • Travel • Boat • Car' • Liability • Personal RACHUT - McMULLEN INSURANCE Published By Th« Upper D«t Moln»i Publiihing Co., Algona, Iowa Dennit Walter, EdHor Improve RR Crossing. Burt ~£^£^^:$j$gljj>%g^;^ ; t$l^ x iify ii£/ "-V. V V ' * Vo.---.BURT - Work Is well underway on repairing the railroad crossing at the east end of Bull's main street. The grade Is being raised 6-8", crushed rock placed on it and new ties and rails laid by Northwestern R. R. Co. This is being done preparatory to blacktopping the street. The expense of repairing and raising the crossing will be paid by the R. R. Co., and county and by the town of Burt. Traffic over the crossing is being re-routed around the depot and elevator while the work is being done. Install New Officers For Burt Auxiliary BURT - Mrs. W. W. Boettcher was installed as president of the Legion Auxiliary at the July meeting Wednesday night. Other officers Installed were Wantalee Hawcott, vice president; Jane Scott, secretary; Beth Miller, treasurer; Luella McWhorter, chaplain; Leona Lacy, sgt.-at-armsj Gladys Hawcott, historian; Genevieve Graham, Grace Trenary and Luella McWhorter, executive board. Installing officers were Thecla Christinsen and Mary Nelson. In other business, members voted to send $5 to the National Child Welfare Foundation. Members also voted to serve lunch at the Annual Coop Elevator Stockholder's Meeting Friday evening, July 14. Members were reminded of the county meeting to be held at Titonka, Tuesday, Aug. 8. Sandra Ortman, Burt representative to Hawkeye Girl's State, will report on her experiences. Virginia Fries, Florence Spear, Dorothy Becker, and Gladys Hawcott were appointed to serve the July. Lion's dinner. Hostesses Wednesday evening were Leona Lacy and Helen Wermers. 2, when relatives gathered at the Martin Becker home, Algona, to help them observe their 20th wedding anniversary. A short program was presented in the afternoon by their children, Nancy, Janet, Linda, Franklin and Norman, including a novelty song honoring the parents and a vocal trio. Guests present were the honorees, their children, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter, Mr. and Mrs. George Becker, Steve and Susan, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr., and family, all of Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg and family and Daryl Trauger, LuVerne, and Mrs. Ethyl Hain, Algona. - o - According to Mrs. EllwynSten- zel, librarian, a new exchange of books has arrived at the Burt Library and are ready to be checked out. There are books for all ages and In all categories. The library is open Wednesday and Saturday afternoons and Wednesday evenings during the band concert season. A son, William Edward, was born July 2 to Mr. and Mrs. James Brehm, Sioux City. The little lad, who arrived at St. Luke's Hospital, Sioux City, weighed 1 Ibs., 4 oz. He Is the first child in the family. Grandparents are Mrs. William Brehm, Sioux City, and Mr. and Mrs, Al Hinckley, Burt. Mrs. Brehm is the former Carilyn Hinckley, BURT METHODIST SUNDAY, July 10 - Divine Worship Services, 8:30 a, m. Sunday School, '.Vl") ,1. m, MONDAY, July 17 - Consre- ^ation.il meetm b , 8 p. m. WEDNESDAY", July i9-uinv meets, 2:1." p. m. Hostesses, Mrs. Raymond Lovstad, Mrs. James Fries and Arvin Eilders. Devotions will be by Dorothy Becker and Marlene Stenzel will be in charge of the program. Auxiliary At Lone Rock Has New Officers LONE ROCK-The Lone Rock American Legion and Auxiliary met Wednesday evening. Mary Ellen Ditsworth gave an interesting talk on her visit to Girls State. Installation of officers took place, with Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom succeeding Mrs. Dale Schroeder as president. Mrs. Wm. Marlow was re-elected vice president; Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod was re-elected secretary; Mrs. Gerald Radig took over Mrs. Arlo Banner's position as treasurer; Mrs. Erich Seegebarth, sgt.-at-arms, replacing Mrs. Dale Wegener. Hostesses were Mrs. E.A. Lee, Mrs. Robert Hanna, Mrs. Marian Marlow and Mrs. Wm. Marlow. It was voted at the meeting to send one old and new president to the state convention at Des Moines with the county president, Mrs. Gene Harson. lienn Kueck, Algona, Neva Thompson, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thompson and family, Swea City, were July -1 dinner guests at the home of Adela Thompson and afternoon callers were Bill Dvayton and daughters, AUona, ,md Mrs. Marjorie Howard, Washington, D. C. CARD OF THANKS My sincerest Thanks to everyone who remembered me in any way during my stay at Memorial Hospital, Mason City, and for the many kindnesses extended me since my return home. Mrs. Ed Fredrickson. (53*) WED 20 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker were guests of honor Sunday, July A COMPLETE LINE OF GRADE A DAIRY PRODUCTS JJ ome • BURT COMMUNITY CALENDAR Rev. Merlin C. Davies, Pastor THURSDAY, July 13-Meeting of commission on education and Sunday School teachers, 2 p. m. SUNDAY, July 1G - Divine Worship Service, 9 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. WEDNESDAY, July 19-Gladys and Ivy circles meet, 2 p. m. Janice circle meets at Cunningham's Cafe, 7:30 p. m. Sunday, July 23 and Sunday, July 30 are vacation Sundays. There will be no church or Sunday School. Visit another church. Circles of the Methodist church will meet on Wednesday, July 19. Gladys Circle members will meet with Lurena Soderberg and Myrtle Zwlefel as hostesses. In charge of the program are Bernadine Opheim and Irma Doege. Ivy Circle members meet with Lorraine Campney and Ella Sigsbee as hostesses. Jessie Rash and Edith Chipman will be in charge of the program. Janice Circle members will meet at Cunningham's Cafe at 7:30 p. m. with Dorothy Johnston as hostess. Ruby Hinckley and Genaveve Spry are in charge of the program. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies, Pastor THURSDAY, July 13-Meeting of commission on education and Sunday School teachers, 10 a, m. SUNDAY, July 16 - Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Divine Worship Services, 10:30 a, m. Sunday, July 23 and Sunday, July 30 are vacation Sundays, There will be no church or Sunday School. BUHT PRESBYTERIAN Uev. John Reiners, Supply Pastor SHOWER HONOREE A shower was given Beverly Nerby, Forest City, bride-to-be of Michael Gross. Hostesses who sponsored the shower, which was held at the home of Mrs. Wilfred Radig were Mrs. Radig, Mrs. Donald Radig, Mrs. Wayne Gross, Mrs. Evelyn Sage, Mrs. Laura Henrickson, Armstrong, Mrs. Verona Berntson, Paullina, and Mrs. Ben Schmidt. The program consisted of devotions by Mrs. Wilfred Radig, two piano selections by Kathy Berntson, a humorous reading by Mrs. Laura Henrickson, Armstrong, a duet by Janet Laabs and Douglas Radig, and a reading by Mrs. Verona Berntson, also a couple of quizzes. A prize went to Mrs. Clarence Zumach, Fenton, for a bride contest. Mrs. Berntson poured. - o - IS HONORED Margaret Bierstedt was an honored guest at a bridal shower in the home of Pamela Henderson Thursday evening, July G. Mrs. Helen Ringsdoii, Mary West and Pamela Henderson were hostesses. There were sixteen guests present. Jonathan Bhuichunl and Jason Brace are attending Presbyterian church camp at Okobojl this week. Mrs, Maude Blaiichard spent Saturday at the Alfred Sclmltz home, Whittemore, Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sclwltz and Cozotte. Mr, and Mrs, diet Alum, Ottosen, called ijn her mother, Mrs. Maude BUmchaid, Sunday. FRIDAY, July 14-Junior and Cadet Girl Scouts meet at the town hall for swimming party, Ii45 p. m. Annual stockholder's meeting of the Burt Co-op Elevator at Legion hall, 8 p. m. MONDAY, July 17 - Lions Club dinner and meeting, 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY, July 19 - Band Concert, 8 p. m, Go-Kart races at track, 9 p. m. Time trials at 8:30 p. m. CHURCH NEWS , if PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Lone Rock, Iowa Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor SUNDAY, July 16 - Morning worship- 9 a.m. Sunday Church School - 10 a.m. Our Youth Fellowship will be guests of the M.Y.F. at the Fenton Methodist Church- 7:30p.m. SATURDAY, July 15 - Open house at the church in honor of the Leroy Bras family - 8 p.m. Everyone is invited to come. 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 minima! prices on any , w tractor, car or ' r >JCK. You i •, i name it, we can do M l Reutzel's Garage Phone 924-3315 Burt FRIDAY, JULY 14 8 p.m., Burt Legion Hall IMPORTANT STOCKHOLDERS All stockholders In the Burt lo-operaf/ve Elevator are cordiall) invited to attend this important meeting - July 141 ® Election of officers • Business report ® Entertainment © Delicious lunch BURT@ OP ELEVATOR PHONE 924-3241 BURT, IOWA q^p~^w^^«nv ^ mt " — — something we can offer you.... and convenience is our business! 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

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