The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1967 · Page 5
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Burt The Monitor fhurtday, Sept. 14, 1967 Algona (la.) Upp«r De« Mo«n«t-8 Lone Rock Mrs. Ruby Hinckley, News •wbllshtd |y tho Uppor Do« Mdlfttt EubUtMhg Co., AlfotMi, Iowa Dftnnit Waller, Editor 1 RUGS Mrs. Nellie Hageboch, Armstrong, has started making loom- woven rugs of a new material — cellophane wrappers. Mrs. Hageboch has woven hundreds of rugs of all materials as well as cellophane. Burt Man Is Honored For PasLJtecMii Toastmasters Club. He received the Scouter Training Award in 1962 and for the last four years has served the lowatha District as its leadership training chairman. He was the North Kossuth Cancer Chairman in 1964. The typical candidate for the C.L.U. designation enrolls in a special study class at a college or university and spends four to five years in the program. Persons who attain the Chartered Life Underwriter designation are privileged to use the term or its abbreviation (C.L.U.) after their names and to wear the C.L.U. key. They are also eligible to become members of the American Society of Chartered Life Underwriters, a professional body whose principal objective is to maintain high standards of insurance service to the public. DALE LOCKWOOD Dale W. Lockwood, Burt, C.L.U. special agent, was awarded the coveted Chartered Life Underwriter designation at national conferment exercises of the American College of Life Underwriter's in Chicago Sept. 8. The American College of Life Underwriters grants the C.L.U. designation to persons engaged in activities relating to the insuring of human life values and who pass a series of professional examinations and meet the stringent experience and ethical requirements of the college. This year 1,775 men and women will be awarded the designation, bringing to 17,391 the number of people who have received it since the college was founded in 1927. Mr. Lockwood entered the life insurance business with The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States in 1959. He has received the National Quality Award for six consecutive years, awarded by the National Association of Life .Underwriters. He is a past president of the Burt Lions Club and a member of the Algona Burt Calendar 9f COMMUNITY EVENTS FRIDAY, Sept. 15-Individual school pictures to be taken — forenoon at school. Burt plays Ringsted at Bancroft, 12:30 p.m. MONDAY, Sept. 18 - Lions Dinner and meeting, 7 p. m. School board organizational meeting, 8 p. m. THURSDAY, Sept. 21 - Band Mothers meeting, 7:30 p. m. CHURCH CALENDAR PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Lone Rock, Iowa Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor SUNDAY, Sept. 17 - Morning Worship, 10 a. m. Sunday Church School, 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship rally at Ft. Dodge, 2:30p.m. SATURDAY, Sept. 16 - Communicant's class, 9 a. m. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 20 - Lenore Circle, U.P.W., 2 p. m. Choir rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN .Rev. Edwin _Bishop, Pastor •:/ SUNDAY, Sept. 17 -^ Sunday "School, 8 a. m. Divine Worship 147-inches of tearing slashing impact! You get a full 147-inches of tearing, slashing impact! The Stan-Hoist Wildcat is the shredder designed for top performance in your tough, thick, heavy cornstalks. Tru-balanced machine means no vibration, easy hook-up. Dual rotors carry eight hinged blades. (4-suction blades.) Use Wildcat for government ground, hay chopping, stalk shredding and pasture clipping. Hitch a Wildcat behind your tractor . . . you'll soon agree that you bought a lot of machine for your money! Buy a Stan-Hoist Wildcat! Only with Wildcat can you guard against windrowing. The secret is in Wildcat's rear doors. Set the doors to your field conditions. Trash is broadcast the entire length of machine! There's a two-row Wildcat available, too! JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Visit our store todayl • Algona, la. 295-2421 Services, 9 a. m. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 20 - Religion class and confirmation class, 6 p. m. Choir rehearsal, 8 p. m. - o - BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. John Reiners, Supply Pastor SUNDAY, Sept. 17 - Divine Worship Services, 8:30 a. m. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 20-UPW monthly meeting, 2:15 p. m. Hostesses, Vera Ringsdorf, AUeda Harms, Elsie Junkermeier and Neoma Junkermeier. Dedication of "The Least Coin"Mrs. Duane Mawdsley in charge. - o - GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies, Pastor SUNDAY, Sept. 17 - Sunday School, 10 a. m. Divine Worship Services, 11 a. m. Sermon topic, "What God Does Not Promise". WEDNESDAY, Sept. 20-District Churchmanship Institute at Spencer, 7:30 p.m. Bishop James Thomas will preside. THURSDAY, Sept. 21 - M.Y.F. meets, 7:30 p. m. - o - BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies, Pastor THURSDAY, Sept. 14 - Sub- district pastor's meeting and dinner at Fenton. SUNDAY, Sept. 17 - Divine Worship Services, 9 a. m. Sermon topic, "What God Does Not Promise". WEDNESDAY, Sept. 20 - Ivy and Gladys circles meet, 2 p.m. Ivy Circle meets with Ethel Smith and Lorena Roark as hostesses. Gladys Circle meets with Mildred Larson and Alice Cole as hostesses. Janice Circle meets at the home of Florence Spear, 7:30 p. m. Churchman's Institute at Spencer, 7:30p.m. Bishop James Thomas, presideo. WEDNESDAY, Oct, 11-Annual Turkey Supper. Burt Couples if •« m« Visit Bit Center, D-M BURT - Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis attended the open house held Sunday at the Iowa Commission for the Blind in Des Moines. The building is the old Y.M. C.A. building that has been converted into a rehabilitation center and training school for blind adults. They were taken on a guided tour of the entire school and center. Afternoon lunch was prepared and served by the blind. The guides leading the tours were also blind. - o- Marine Lt. George Firehammer and Hy Firehammer, St. Joseph, Mich., spent Thursday and Friday at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Bishop and son. Lt. Firehammer, a brother of Mrs. Bishop, is enjoying a furlough from his duties with the U. S. Marines. Sept. 14, he will leave for duty in Vietnam where he will act as a government interpreter. The elder Firehammer is Mrs. Bishop's father. . A family dinner was enjoyed at the Wallace Hawcott home Sunday honoring the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. Hawcott and Kenneth. Guests included Mrs. Gladys Hawcott, Mrs. Etta •^^^^^^%^^^^^^^%^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^w^^^*^^^w^^^^ii^^^*> FOOTBALL ON-THE-AIR HEAR THE TAPED PLAY BY PLAY ALGONA VS. EMMETSBURG - SEPTEMBER 14 - 6:00 ALGONA VS. CLARION - SEPTEMBER 23 - 6:00 GARRIGAN VS. ST, EDMONDS - OCTOBER 8-1:30 GARRIGAN VS. EMMETS. CATHOLIC - OCTOBER 14 - 6:00 KLG A i BOO KG Holdren, Lulu Hawcott andSelina Clifton. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Steward, Madrid, were weekend guests at the parental Walter Steward home. The Al Hinckleys spent the weekend with the Bill Schatz, Larry Hinckley and Don Thornsen families at Cedar Rapids. They also made the acquaintance of the new grandson at the Schatz home. They were accompanied back to Cedar Rapids by Mrs. Larry Hinckley and Cheryl Ann, who had spent the past weekend at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Peterson, Janelle and Richard, Crystal Lake, were Sunday evening guests of her sister and family, Mrs. Ron Ortman, Robert and Sandra. The Ortmans spent Sunday at the Harvey Larson home, Lone Rock. Mrs. N. C. Rios, Jr., Tony and Nicky, left for their home in Ft. Worth, Tex. Sunday after spending ten days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hamilton. They accompanied her brother, Bill, back to Ft. Worth. Bill is beginning his senior year at Texas Wesleyan University. He had spent the past three weeks at his home here after serving as a counselor at a boy's camp at Rocky Mountain National Park at Estes Park, Colo. Burt Council Passes Special Resolution BURT -Town council members met Monday night and adopted a condemnation resolution, and as a result owners of two vacated old houses in Burt have been notified that said premises must be put in livable condition or removed. Wayne Keith, Kossuth Civil Defense chairman, presented to ; the council an outline worked out^, to care for county disasters -i-^/ natural or man-made. Keittfl is presenting this outline to alf' councils in the county. A satisfactory water analysis report from the State Hygienic Laboratories was given. In other action, routine bills were presented and allowed. - o - GOOD ATTENDANCE Approximately 35 members answered roll call at the September meeting of the W.S.C.S. Lefie McMullen and Genevieve Graham presented devotions and program. Goals for the circles for the year were set at $190 for each of the day circles and $150 for the evening circle. A letter from the district president asked that if possible each society in the district send at least one delegate to the W.S.C.S. jurisdictional annual conference meeting which will be held at St. Paul's Methodist church, Cedar Rapids, Oct. 1113. Mildred Larson gave a report on the school of missions she attended at Morningside College, Sioux City, in June. The annual turkey supper will be held at the church Oct. 11 and committees are busy making plans. Hostesses were Leona Lovstad, Gertie Ackerman, Bernadine Opheim, Jenny Riebhoff, Ethel Smith and VeraSchwietert. - o - LADIES AID Members of St. John's Ladies Aid met Thursday and had a special program commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Lutheran Home Finding Society Auxiliary. Elizabeth Radig gave a brief history of the Society and also led devotions. Members voted tentatively to change the day of their aid meeting from the first Thursday of the month to the first Tuesday afternoon of the month. A nominating committee was appointed to secure officers for the new year. Those named were Luella Schadendorf, Arlene Behnkendorf and Verona Schmidt. Appointed committee to prepare the aid year books were Bertha Willrett, chairman, and Esther Miller, IvaJurgens, Mary Lou Marlow and Florence Koestler. Hostesses for Thursday's meeting were Isabel Koepke, Marietta Boderius and Dorothy Marlow. Market basket goodies were brought by Ivadell Riggert, Elizabeth Radig and Lana Trunkhill. - o - SPECIAL SCHOOL President Mrs. Elva Boettcher conducted a school of instruction for American Legion Auxiliary members at their meeting Tuesday evening. She also announced the open house honoring the district president to be held at Lake Mills Sept. 17. The Junior Auxiliary conference will be held at Sacred Heart school in Ft. Dodge, Sept. 9, and the fall Auxiliary conference at Humboldt Sept. 24. Elsie Winters reported on the county meeting held recently at Titonka, which was attended by 68 members. The seven Girls Staters reported their experiences at this meeting. An impressive memorial service was conducted at this meeting honoring seven members who died during the year. Local members purchased, packed and sent $50 worth of needed clothing to their assigned child. Dues were sent to the State department for 32 senior and four junior members. A county committee, including Lillie Foth, Ruth Simonsmeier and Elva Boettcher, were assigned to revise county rules and regulations. They will report changes at the November meeting. Elsie Winters, Ruth Alice Patterson, Leona Lacy and Myrtle Zwiefel were appointed committee to prepare and serve the Lions Club dinner Sept. 18. Hostesses for Tuesday's meeting were Helen Wermers and Cecelia Scott. - o - TAKE TESTS Students from grades nine through 12 took the Iowa Tests of Development Thursday and F riday. According to Supt. Harry Haven, results of these tests will be back in about two weeks. The finding will be used by the faculty and counseling department. , -o- - .-.. A son, Dean James, arrived to make his home with Mr. and Mrs. James Droegemoeller, Fairmont. The little lad, who arrived at the Fairmont hospital Sept. 4, weighed 7 Ibs., 9 oz. He is the first child in the family. Grandparents ..are Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Droegemoeller, Fairmont, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener, Burt. Little Dean also has two great-grandmothers. The baby's mother is the former Carole Sue Wiener. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilton wer« Monday evening dinner guests at the home of their son and wifej Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hilton, Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrischilles, Fenton, spent Labor Day weekend enjoying some fishing at Villard, Minn. Weekend guests of Mrs. Helen Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Nelson were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Reed and family, Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson and family, Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gade and family, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener spent Tuesday evening with their daughter, Mrs. James Droege- moeller, at the Fairmont hospital. They also saw the new grandson, Dean James, born Monday. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers, Corwith. Sunday evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Mel Dacken and Mr. and Mrs. John Dacken, Des Moines. Burt Girl Will Wed West Bend Man, Oct. 14 MARJORffi MAE HAUPERT Mr. and Mrs. John Haupert, Burt, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Marjorie Mae, to Mr. Max Dahlhauser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dahlhauser, West Bend. An October 14th wedding is being planned. CENTENNIAL A centennial celebration was held July 16 at-the Rock Falls Methodist church in observance of their one hundred years of service in the same stone building. Included in the celebration was dedication of a new altar with a hand-hewn oak cross. PATRIOT Lloyd Shook, Cedar Rapids, brother of Mrs. Arthur Goldsbury of La Porte City, has flown the flag of his country at his home every day since 1960. In recognition of his spirit of patriotism, Pres. Johnson sent him a personal message of appreciation. LECTRIC & MOTOR SERVICE Expert service on all rewinding and general repair of electric motors. RED'S MOTOR SHOP AT NEW LOCATION - BURT, IA. - PHONE 924O341 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 GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 SUCCESSOR TO C. B. CHIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONI BURT, RES. 924-3431 HEADQUARTERS FALLPLOWDOWN! It can pay you to fertilize BEFORE plowing your soybean ground and cornstalk ground. 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