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Burt School Board Talks New Reports 6URT - Members of the Burt board of education reviewed and studied the scores on the LT.E.D. examinations recently given to high school students. The board also discussed at some length the possibility of using a new and different type of report card in the school. In other action, the group voted to purchase nine new combination chairs for the.commercial room, heard and approved the secretary's financial report, and a report on the new system installed two weeks ago for treating hard water. Supt. Harvey Haven announced the annual Iowa Boards of Education Convention would be held at Des Moines Nov. 1&-17. The Burt board will be represented. - o WOMEN'S CLUB Members of the Burt Women's Club Monday night had Mrs. Victor Fagen, Perry, presentattheir meeting to show slides of many of the wild flowers found in Iowa and in other parts of the country. Mrs. Thecla Christensen presented an interesting review of the. article "Nature Provides." In it she explained how one could live on food provided only by nature. Erna Grover, program chairman, was in charge of Monday evening's program. The president, Vera Bradley, announced the district six convention would be held at Humboldt Oct. 16 and asked for a good representation from the local club. Hostesses were Leona Lacy and Erma Pratt. Thecla Christensen will entertain the Oct. 23 meeting at her home. - o SCHOOL NOTES Basketball practice got underway Monday with Waldo Kruse coaching both the boys and the girls jteams. Nine students are getting driving practice in a new Dodge driver's training car. The new car was delivered to Burt Monday. ,'... Meetings of faculty members were held after school Monday. Supt. Harry Haven met with elementary teltctiers and Principal Dean Jone||tne;fwith upper grade instructors* TSordens A COMPLETE LINE OF GRADE A DAIRY PRODUCTS J4ome Jueli ivtry .IURT- 924-3387 DON MIMIRS Burt ^^ Thursday, Oct. 19, 1967 A\gona (la.) Upp«f D« MdfflM-? mjjjgjjjjijm MM jg^n ^H| ^^ ^^^.^^^ The Monitor Lone Rock Hinckley, News Publlihtd By Th* Upptr DM M«lnw Publlthlnf Co., Algeria, Iowa Dennit Wdlftr, Editor $20,000 Damage As Barn Burns Saturday At Burt BURT - Fire of undetermined origin totally destroyed a large 50* x 60* barn and all its contents on the Ben Lampe farm 1/2 mile east and 2 miles north of Burt Saturday afternoon. The farm is tenanted by the Lampe's son Harold and family. Two sons, Mike, 8, and Phillip, 7, playing in the yard near the house, looked up, saw flames coming from the barn about 2:40 p.m. and ran into the house and told their sister, Pat, who called .the Burt fire department. Pat was home for the weekend from her work in Minneapolis. By the time the fire department got there, the entire barn was a mass of flames. In fact, Paul Arena, a close neighbor, who was the first on the scene, said it was just a matter of a few minutes before the whole barn was ablaze. The Burt department was assisted in their efforts at controlling the blaze and keeping it from spreading to nearby buildings by members of the Titonka fire department. A chicken house containing 500 laying hens was badly charred on the east end and only the efforts of the firemen who battled the immense heat and poured water on the building, kept it from going up in flames, also. Destroyed besides the barn were 3,500 bales of hay and over 500 bales of straw, 2 or 3 tons of feed, 55 young pigs about two months old, a trailer, and tools. Several pigs which managed to escape from the barn, were so badly burned they had to be destroyed. The heat from the burning hay and straw was so intense that paint on a garage and pump house 90 to 100 feet south of the barn was badly blistered and the faces of the firemen were a bright red. Neither Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampe were at home when the fire started. He was at work at the far end of the farm and she was at Estherville on business. The Ben Lampes, who own the farm, were in Burt when the fire whistle blew and when word came the fire was on their farm, they lost no time in getting to the farm. Mr. Lampe estimates their loss at about $20,000, which is party covered by insurance. The Burt firemen stayed at the scene well into the night. 5 Candidates Seek Council Posts At Burt BURT - City election here should draw a lot of voters and attention this year as there are five candidates for seats on the town council. The terms of George Becker and Ed Fredrickson are expiring. They have filed for re-election. Three new hats have been tossed into the ring by E. E. (Red) Pettis of Red's Electric Shop, Claire Reutzel, owner and operator of Reutzel's Garage, and Ray D'remmel, who has operated the Standard Oil tank wagon service in the Burt area for many years. - o - ARE HONORED Past Matrons and Patrons were honored at Tuesday evening's meeting of Kossuth Chapter Eastern Star. They were presented by the conductress and associate conductress and given a cordial welcome by Shirley Amesbury, Worthy Matron and honored with a skit by the Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron, Clark Miller. Thirteen Past Matrons and four Past Patrons were present. Doris Miller presented avocal solo. Hosts for the fellowship hour were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews, Mrs. Cleo Nelson and Mrs. Hazel Stott. - o - LOSES WATCH What started out as a happy day for Susan Becker turned out to be a rather sad one Sunday, when a watch she had recently received as a gift was lost as she was on her way to services at the Presbyterian church. Anyone finding it should contact her or her parents, the George Beckers. - o SLOW STARTS? out of it? We can, so for improved motor performance and the finest auto service Reutzers Garage NEW BOOKS Mrs. Ellwyn Stenzel, Burt librarian, wishes to announce that the library board has now subscribed to the National Geographic Magazine and the first two issues are now in for your use. She also wishes to announce the arrival of another 700 new books via'the traveling library that are ready to be checked out. J. L Millers Of Burt Are Wed 50 Years a BURT - Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller will be honored Sunday with an open house at their home from 2 to 5 p.m. The occasion marks their 50th anniversary. They'd like to share the day with their many friends and relatives. The sons, Clark and Lawrence, and families extend an invitation to relatives and friends to come and have coffee and visit with the honorees. The Millers request no gifts. Shower Honors Mary Harms Of Portland Twp. PORTLAND -Several Portland ladies attended the shower Saturday evening at the Burt Presbyterian Church in honor of Mary Harms, who will be married Saturday evening, Oct. 28, at 7:30 to Norman Carlson. Itwasalarge shower and Mary received many useful gifts. »-e Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Elsie Winter were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Clark, Rochelle, Jennifer and Collette, Spencer; and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockwood. The occasion honored the birthday of Mrs. Clark. Mrs. Elsie Winter entertained at dinner Tuesday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boettcher and Marion Chipman. Marion spent several days with Burt friends enroute from his summer work at Rapid City, to Punta Gorda, Fla., where he spends his winters. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell spent Saturday over night at the home of their son and family, the Norman Mitchells, Des Moines. Sunday, they all went to Iowa City where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Norland Boyd and Judy Mitchell. Joe Fries, student at Iowa State University, Ames, spent the weekend at the parental Jim Fries home to help his father observe his birthday. Madonna Vogel and Mrs. Betty Jean Miller attended the wedding of Marilyn Thilges and Danny Menke Saturday at St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Soderberg attended the fall meeting of the Northwestern District LCA held at Sioux City Sunday. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sill on the birth of their son, Richard John, who was born at St. Ann Hospital Oct. 8. He weighed 7 Ibs., 15 oz. He has four sisters and two brothers. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Paid Sill, Thompson; and Mrs. Robert Bunkofske. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dittmer on their new son, who arrived at St. Ann Hospital Oct. 14, weighing 6 Ibs., 12 oz. He has been named Todd Eric. He has a sister, Valarie, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arie Dittmer and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dremmel. Members of the Burt U.P.W. would appreciate it very much if any member of the congregation having a son or daughter in service would bring their name and address to any member before Nov. 1. They will be packing Christmas boxes for service people soon after. Mrs. Frank Becker, president of the Burt Band Mothers, wishes to announce that they still have available a few copies of the Zip Code books and reminds you if you haven't already purchased one to contact any Band Mother or her as you will need one when you address your Christmas mail. Mrs. Elsie Winter spent Thursday and Friday visiting relatives and friends at Spencer, Arnolds Park and Spirit Lake. Larry Hinckley came from Cedar Rapids Friday for the weekend at the parental Al Hinckley home. He was accompaniedhome Sunday by his wife and daughter, Cheryl Ann, who had spent the past two weeks at Burt. Mrs. Don Mitchell and Mrs. Frank Becker attended the Heart meeting at Clear Lake Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen left Friday for a week's vacation at St. Louis and other southern points of interest. They were accompanied as far as St. Louis by Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith, who will visit at the home of their son Richard and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McWhorter left by bus from Algona Saturday for Pikesville, Kentucky, where they will be guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Johns and family. Thursday, all attended the ordination of Dr. Johns as ( president of Pikesville Presby- ' terian College. Mrs. Johns is the former Barbara McWhorter, daughter of the RayMcWhorters. Diane Hoppus, student in nurses training at Iowa Methodist Hospital, Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hoppus. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer and boys were Sunday dinner guests at the home of his mother, Mrs. Ella Meyer. Jane Barslou, student at Mankato State College, spent the weekend with her mother, Helen Schwietert. Mrs. Walter Campney attended the Methodist North Central Jurisdictional W.S.C.S. Conference held at Cedar Rapids Oct. 11-15. Mrs. Campney was a delegate from the Spencer district. She was one of well over 800 ladies registered from nine states. • - o - HEART DRIVE Mrs. Bernard Meister is chairman of the Portland Heart Fund drive. Ladies will be calling at your door for a contribution to the Heart Fund. Solicitors are Mrs. J. P. Steven, Mrs. P. W. Marlow, Mrs. Dennis Meister, Mrs. Alvin Boeckholt, Mrs. Robert Lovstad, Mrs. Howard Sparks, Mrs. Art Bartlett, Mrs. Roger Scott, Mrs. Harold Becker and Mrs. Rolland Chaffee. COMMUNITY CALENDAR j» •— - _ THURSDAY, Oct. 19 - Band mothers meet in school band room - 7:30 p.m. Hostesses are Evelyn Mawdsley, Doris Rhunke and Alice Fraser. Burt firemen meet - 7:30 p.m. School dismissed - 2:30 p.m. FRIDAY, Oct. 20-No School, Teachers attendI.S.E.A, Convention in Des Moines. L-Rock Girl Weds, Omaha Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Long and Dur- \vin, Algona, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Anderson, Boone. Sunday dinner guests at the Martin Smiths, Algona, were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Marlow and David and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Robinson and family. LECTRIC & MOTOR SERVICE Expert service on oil rewinding and general re« po>r of electric motorj. RED'S MOTOR SHOP AT NEW LOCATION - BURT, IA. - PHONE 924-3341 —i The former Gloria Householder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Householder, Lone Rock, was married August 18 to Alvin Sparks at Omaha, Nebr. The newlyweds are making their home at Om alt a. MR. FARMER: WE CAN HELP! SUNDAY, Oct. 22-Openhouse at J. L. Miller home in honor of their golden wedding anniversary - 2 to 5:00 p.m. CHURCH NEWS BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies - Pastor FRIDAY, Oct. 20 - W.S.C.S. Guest Day - 2 p.m. MissMarian Warner, missionary to India will be guest speaker. SUNDAY, Oct. 22 - Divine worship service - 9 a.m. Sunday school - 10 a. m. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 25 - Extended sessions for boys and girls - 3:45 p.m. Fidelis Class meets at home of Lula Hawcott 2 p.m. Gladys Hawcott has program. Roll call - "Superstition" BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. John Rieners, Lakota Supply Pastor SUNDAY, Oct. 22 - Divine worship service - 8:45 a.m. Sunday school - 9:45 a.m. TUESDAY, Oct. 24-Spiritual life - 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 25-Choir practice - 7:30 p.m. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies- Pastor THURSDAY, Oct. 19-M.Y.F. meets - 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY, Oct. 20-Miss Marian Warner, missionary to India, speaks at Burt church - 2 p.m. Ladies invited. SUNDAY, Oct. 22 - Sunday school - 10 a.m. Divine worship service - 11 a.m. Open house at church fellowship hall honoring Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Elmore on their 50th wedding anniversary - 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Edwin Bishop - Pastor SUNDAY, Oct. 22 - Sunday school - 8 a.m. Divine worship service - 9 a.m. Walther League social - 7 p.m. TUESDAY, Oct. 24-Board of Trustees' meeting - 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 25 - Sunday school teacher's meeting 1:30 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LONE ROCK, IOWA Rev, Albert C. Bullock - Pastor SUNDAY, Oct. 22 - Morning worship - 10 a.m. Sunday church school - 11 a.m. Youth fellowship - 6 p.m. THURSDAY, Oct. 19 - Afternoon UPW Circle meetings as scheduled. SATURDAY, Oct. 21 - Communicants class - 9 a.m. TUESDAY, Oct. 24 - Adult Bible study - 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 25-Choir rehearsal - 7:30 p.m. WHERE?—If you read the Algona Upper Des Moines, YOU KNOW! 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. 934-3431 Hold Reception At Lone Rock For Band Queen LONE ROCK - Susan Blanchard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Blanchard, Lone Rock, was chosen Queen at the Estherville Band Festival Saturday. Susan is a senior at Sentral High School, is the band majorette and is active in basketball, softball and track. A reception in her honor was held Tuesday evening at the Sentral High School. - o The ladies Sunday school class of the Lone Rock Presbyterian Church will meet Oct. 30 to pack and wrap Christmas gifts for servicemen in the Lone Rock community. Anyone having the addresses of these servicemen should contact Mrs.Clair Bollinger. or Mrs. Delmar Fischer, Lone Rock. Mrs. Bill Shelton, Mrs. Delmar Fischer and Steve spent the weekend at Swisher visiting Larry Menz and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen and Cathie spent Friday at Ames. It was Parents Day at the University where their son Rodney is a student. Rodney accompanied them home for the weekend. Mrs. Esther Osborn was a dinner guest at the Milton Madison home Sunday. She is Mr. Madison's sister. Sunday evening they attended a farewell for Mrs. Osborn at the Bancroft Baptist Church. She is moving to Fairmont. David Radig, son of the Wilfred Radigs, left Sunday for Des Moines where he will attend United Electronics Institute. 5 SAVINGS INSURED UP TV $I3,U0U Don't let opportunity slip through your fingers. Let us help give you the financial assist you need, for any worthwhile purpose. Full loan services "from the ground up" . . . low interest rates! BURT SAVINGS BANK MEMBER F.DJ.C. SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $15,000 Apply Sinclair Anhydrous Ammonia Now! When you plow-down Sinclair Anhydrous Ammonia with crop residues this fall, you: • Eliminate wet spring weather problems. For Anhydrous Ammonia, Applicators and Application Service, visit or call your SINCLAIR FARM CENTER Speed decomposition of residues. Pro/ide nitrogen for spring crops. Improve structure- of heavy soil. 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