Burt The Monitor Lone Rock Sumner Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. George [seeker took Carol Sill and Cindy Patterson to the Presliyteri.tn church camp, Okoboji, Sunday. They then took their son Steve to the Prairie Gold council Boy Scout camp, where he joined other Burt Scouts for a week of camping. Dennis Waller, Editor *ubliih«d By tht Uppftr D*» Moirm Publithinfl Co., Alflona, Iowa Thursday, August 3, 1967 Algeria (la.) Upper Dei Moinet—7 Honor Two 50'Year Masons During Burt Ceremonies Burl Principal Has Good Marks In College BURT-J.L. Miller and Frank Ryerson were the guests of honor at a 6:30dinner at the Burt Legion Hall* Also attending were grand lodge officers and their wives, past grand lodge officers and their wives, and Masons and wives from Burt and several area towns. Approximately 125 attended the dinner. The occasion marked the 50th year as Masonic Brothers for Miller and Ryerson. Following the dinner, the Masons retired to the Lodge Temple for formal presentation of the grand lodge officers. The ladies remained at the Legion Hall and were entertained by Mrs. Enid Robinson of Hampton. Miller and Ryerson were presented gold 50 year pins and certificates, also life memberships. Making the presentation was Most Worthy William W. Brubaker, Grand Master of Masons in Iowa. Featured speaker of the evening was Hoyt Woody, Reasoner, la., past grand master. J.L. Miller became a member of the Masonic Lodge at Plover July 18, 1917 and held continuous membership there until he moved to Burt in 1942, when he affiliated with Kossuth Lodge at Burt. F.L. Ryerson joined the Masonic Lodge at Morrison, ni. July 19, 1917. His family came to Burt in 1918 and hetransfered his membership to Kossuth Lodge the same year. Both have been active members here. Miller has served and is still treasurer of the Kossuth Lodge, as well as most of the other offices. Among those attending Thursday evening's special event were Mr. Miller's brothers, C.E. Miller of Estherville and R.A. Miller of Royal, both of whom are also 50 year Masons, and another brother, also a Mason, D.C. Miller, Laurens. Presiding at Thursday's event- and one of the first to congratulate Mr. Miller, was Kossuth Lodge Master, a son, Clark Miller. - o Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hopkins, Fredricksburg, were Thursday evening and overnight guests at the J.L. Miller home. Mrs. Elsie Winters spent Sunday attending sessions of the annual Methodist Bible Conference at the Methodist camp on Lake Okoboji. Patsy Zwiefel, who is attending summer school at the Wayne State Teacher's College, Wayne, Nebr., spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Myrtle ZwiefeL Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley were Sunday supper and evening guests of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Krohnberg, Kiester, Minn. ized at Trimont. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley attended the annual Wells Sportsman's Picnic held at Wells Sunday. They also visited her sister, Mrs. Edith Saucke and Don. Tracy Kissner celebrated her first birthday Sunday and in honor of the occasion, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kissner, were hosts at a dinner. Guests included Tracy's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kissner, Algona; and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Presthus. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Anderson, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Marlow and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Glfford and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilton spent several days the past week with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Trager and Tammy, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. DelbertSchaeller attended final rites for Rebecca Lynn Kessel at Lakota Wednesday. Rebecca, 7, was a cousin of Mrs. Schaeller. FRED HILTON Fred Hilton, who has been in attendance at the first session of summer school in Bemidji State College, Bemidji, Minn., returned home Thursday. While in attendance this summer he worked out three courses in guidance. Fred said, "It was pretty rough going as usual, but very enjoyable." His grades were satisfying also; having gotten one "B"andtwo"A's"for the three courses...3.66 grade point average for nine hours, 4.00 being perfect. Fred is guidance director and teaches history in the Burt Community School. Mr. Hilton returned to college last summer after an absence of 10 years. He received his bach- Dior's, degree in 1934 and his ^''master's degree in 1954. Working now toward a degree in He is working now toward a degree in "guidance counseling." He has been a member of the Burt High School faculty for the past eight years, serving as High School principal for five years. His past teaching experiences also included 19 years as superintendent at various schools. Mr. Hilton and his wife Esther are members of the Burt Methodist Church. He is also very active in the Lion's Club. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Norland Boyd, Iowa City, a.iri Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mitchell, and Rhonda, Des Moines, were weekend guests at the parental Don Mitchell's. Sunday, they all visited with their mother and grandmother, Mrs. L.C. Williams, who is hospital- Protect Your Family's Future SAVE FOR A RAINY DAY! It's such a comfort to have that "money-in-the-bank" feeling . . safe ... to know it's there when you need it: Watch that automatic interest make your Savings Account grow! If you wish, we'll transfer any amount you specify from your checking account to your savings each month! BURT SAVINGS BANK Will Honor Ex-Supt. Of Burl School BURT - An open house coffee will be held at the Burt Methodist fellowship hall from 2 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 8, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Brown of Metairie, La. The Browns will be in the Burt area and would like very much to see and visit any and all who attended school at Burt while he served as superintendent hereabout 50 years ago. - o - OBSERVE BIRTHDAYS Weekend guests at the parental Walter Steward home were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Steward, Rita and Ralph, Hazelcrest, HI., Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Steward and four boys, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bringman and Tammy, Kalona; and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Steward, Madrid. Coming for dinner Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Perry Steward, Okoboji; and Mr. and. Mrs. Ray Miller, Darrell and Joyce, Estherville. The birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward and the 6th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Steward were celebrated. - o - Mrs. Edna Hallstrom, Paullina; Mrs. Alice Prince, DeSmet, So. Dak.; and Mrs. Carrie King, Algona, were Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. Gertrude Ackerman. The ladies are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms, Brenda and Kirk, and Carla Wiener, Cedar Falls, spent from Friday to Monday enjoying fishing at Pine River, Minn. Kent Harms stayed with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Reed and family, Mankato, and Mr. and Mrs. Ruin Hinckley, News Mrs. Richard Johnson and family, Waterloo, were weekend guests at the home of their mother, Mrs. Helen Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. F.C. Soderben: and Gertrude Ackerman attended Methodist Bible Conference and heard Bishop Thomas speak at the Methodist camp grounds on Lake Okoboji Sunday. Mrs. Larry Hinckley and Cheryl Ann, North Liberty, came Monday for a two-week visit at the Al Hinckley homo. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Graham, Clarinda, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O.H. Graham from Thursday to Sunday. The men are brothers. Jennifer Clark, daughter of the Arnold Clarks, Spencer, spent the past week with her grandmother, Mrs. Elsie Winters. 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