The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1968 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 18, 1968
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Burf School Board Plans Measle Shots BURT - Members of the board Of education of the Burt Community School voted to sponsor a measles immunization program Ittr the children of the Burt community one year of age or older. Immunization vaccines will be administered at the school Friday forenoon, Jan. 26, by Dr. B.K. Bahnson and Joyce Hayden, county health nurse. It is hoped all parents will take advantage of this very worthwhile project and bring their children to the school. Members also filled out reimbursement of approval forms for aid in the Title F. A. or in Guidance Counseling. These were tent in to the state office. The self-evaluation report was also made to the State Department of Public Instruction. Madonna Vogel, school secretary, was granted a two-month have of absence from her duties at the school. The leave was granted because of ill health. Mrs. 0. H. Graham, assisted by Supt. Haven, will carry enduring her absence. - o - WOMEN'S CLUB The first meeting in 1968 of the Burt Women's Club was held at the home of Beth Miller Monday night, with Ruth Alice Patterson assisting hostess. Guests of the club were Mrs. Harry Haven and Mrs. Bernard Meister. Margaret Batt and Virginia Fries were appointed to head the annual Girl Scout fund drive. President Vera Bradley reported on the Girl Scout's Burning of the Greens here last Saturday evening. An interesting history of the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs was given by Mabeline Lovstad. Ethel Dremmel presented a filmstrip explaining the National Federation of Women's Clubs. The next meeting of the club will be held with Iva Jurgens and Darlene Herrick as hostesses. The theme of the Jan. 22 meeting will be public affairs. - o Beth Miller, supply chairman, WJS.C.S., received word that the Goodwill Industries truck would be in Burt Wednesday, Jan. 31. She also wishes to say she has plenty of empty bags that may be picked up to be filled and returned to her home before the day the truck is due. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Willrett were Sunday guests at the Herman Willretts, Britt. Burt The Monitor Thursday, Jon. 18, 1968 Algona, (la.) Upper 0«J MoJrtM-J Lone Rock Mrs. Ruby Hinckley, News Gets 50 Year Pin BURT - Mrs. Erma Pratt was honored at the Tuesday night meeting of the Eastern Star with a vocal solo by Doris Miller, accompanied by Mary Georgia Hansen, and then escorted to the East, where Shirley Amesbury, Worthy Matron, presented her with a 50-year certificate and 50-year Gold Star pin. Mrs. Pratt, a Past Matron of the local chapter, still enjoys attending the meetings. Installed At Burt BURT - Approximately 75 Sisters and Brothers and friends of Kossuth Chapter Eastern Star attended open house installation services at the chapter hall Saturday evening. Mrs. Esther Hilton was installed as the new Worthy Matron. After taking the vows of her office, she was honored with a vocal solo by John Lovstad, accompanied by Mary Georgia Hansen. She was escorted to her station in the East by her husband, Fred, who also presented her with a dozen long-stemmed sweetheart roses. Clark Miller, who was installed as Worthy Patron, was favored with a vocal solo by his wife, Doris, also accompanied by Mrs. Hansen. He was escorted to his station by his son, Tim, and presented a pink carnation boutonniere. Other officers installed were Doris Miller, associate matron; Mennet Trunkhill, assoc. patron; Lefie McMullen, treasurer; Karen Davies, conductress; BerthaNewbrough,assoc.conductress; Ethel Dremmel, chaplain; Shirley Amesbury, Ada; Frances Sarchet, Ruth; Lorraine Campney, Esther; Mary Jean Andrews, Martha; Beulah Davis, Electa; Genevieve Graham, Warder; and Laurence Newbrough, sentinel. In charge-of the installation were Past" Mafftttpi Mabeline Lovstad, installing officer; Ruby Hinckley, installing marshal; Beth Miller, installing chaplain; and Mary Georgia Hansen, installing organist. The out-going Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron, Shirley Amesbury and Clark Miller, were honored by their past corps of officers Mrs. Amesbury, left, Mrs. Hilton and Mr. Miller are pictured here. LECTRIC & MOTOR SERVICE Expert tervlc* on oil rt winding and g«nerul rt- pair of electric motors. RED'S MOTOR SHOP BURT, IA. - PHONE 924-334! CARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 SUCCESSOR TO C. B. CHIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONE BURL RES. 924-3431 DONT Fat Your Cm* in the Hands of Experts. . Reutzel's Garage •^a ^A. t & &. A «_ > ^^i^_ £hont 924*3315 Mariners At Burt Select New Officers BURT - Presbyterian Mariners members installed officers for the year Sunday evening, Jan. 7. Those installed were: Roscoe Jr. and Evelyn Mawdsley, skippers; Leonard and Marlene Stenzel, first mates; Avis and Bill Christensen, log keepers; Duane and Marjorie Mawdsley, pursers; Russell and Ruth Patterson, lookouts; and Bernard and Jean Gifford, Dr. and nurse. Officers were installed by last year's skippers, Robert and Maxine Angus. Devotions were presented by Roscoe and Evelyn Mawdsley. Harold and Viola Becker were in charge of the program. Hosts were Duane and Marjorie Mawdsley and Russell and Ruth Patterson. Burt Lions Set Pancake Day For Jan. 27 The Lions have set Saturday, Jan. 27, for the annual Pancake Day at the Legion hall. Serving will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and againfrom 5p.m. until everyone has been served. Tickets are now on sale from any Lions Ciub member or may be purchased at the door. Fred E, Hilton is chairman in charge and all profit from the annual event will go toward the many worthwhile projects of the club, such as the Eye Bank, civic improvement, parks and playgrounds, and activities of the youth. *o Mrs. Ellwyn Stenzel has been hired by the Burt board of education as a teacher's aid, working with the teachers, kindergarten through sixth grade, in the area of remedial language arts. Burt Church Installs Its New Officers BURT - The 1968 officers of St. John's Lutheran Church were installed during Sunday morning worship services by Rev. Edwin Bishop. Those installed and presented certificates of service were: Mrs. Wilfred Radig, organist; Colleen Kruse, assistant organist; Mrs. Jack Tieman, choir director; Mrs. Lawrence Presthus, altar guild chairman; Dale Schroeder and Donald Reimers, head ushers; Carl Reynolds, Martin Meyer, and Eugene Meyer, elders; Geo. Koestler, Merlin Madsen and EuClaire Meyer, trustees; Eugene Drager, church chairman; Ernest Lavrenz, vice president; Charles Kline, secretary; Albert Bleich, treasurer; Rudolph Peter, financial secretary; Robert Hanna, Ed Smith, Lyle Marlow, Fred Schmidt, Richard Lavrenz, Eugene Marlow, and Jack Trunkhill, finance committee; Howard Batt, Sr., Ervin Elmers, and Jerry Koestler, parish board of education. Waldo Kruse, Sunday school supt; Carl Reynolds, Sunday school secretary; Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Sunday school treasurer; Eugene Marlow, Walter Dacken, Darrell Schmidt, and Jerry Koestler, Christmas committee. Following installation of the church officials, the ladies of the Altar Guild were inducted. Those were Mrs. Lawrence Presthus, chairman; Mrs. Floyd Koepke, Mrs. Walter Dacken, Mrs. Robert Hanna and Mrs. George Koestler. A ALSO INSTALL The 1968 officers of the Presbyterian Church were installed during Sunday morning's worship services by Rev. John Reiners. Installed were: William Karels and Francis Sheirbon, elders; Robert Ortman, VernShipler.aad Harley Troutman, Jr., trustees; Roland Chafee, treasurer; Harlem Lacy, assistant treasurer; Erna Grover, Marlene Stenzel, and Evelyn Mawdsley, Jr., music committee; and Phil Carlson, Joe Fries, Stanley Larson, Harold Andreasen, Daniel Long, and Francis Sheirbon, ushers. - o - PLAN SUPPER Members of the Methodist Merry Makers met at the home of Darrell and Marlene Davis Sunday night. Barbara Harms gave meditations and led the program. Plans were made for the an- nual soup supper to be served Jan. 31 at the Methodist church with the assistance of the M.Y.F. groups. On the menu for the supper is all the homemade chili and vegetable soup you can eat along with crackers, a relish tray, your choice of pie and coffee. Serving will begin at 5 p.m. and continue until 7:30 p.m. - o - CADET SCOUTS Members of the Cadet Girl Scouts met at the home of Barbara Batt Saturday, Sharon Patterson was voted delegate to attend the Cadet Corps Council Meeting at Mason City Jan. 20. Cynthia Patterson was chosen as alternate delegate. The girls also began plans for the annual Girl Scout Dad and Daughter Date Night which will be held sometime in February. Refreshments were served by Barbara and her mother, Mrs. Howard Batt. - o Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal and family, Titonka, spent Sunday at the parental Lawrence Doege home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Aldrich, Belmond, and Mrs. Nellie Hinckley, Rowan were Sunday guests at the Al Hinckley home. Mr. and Mrs. Hy Firehammer of St. Joseph, Mich., arrived at the home of their daughter and family, Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Bishop and boys Tuesday. Mr. Firehammer left Wednesday but his wife remained for a two-week visit Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding, rural Burt* on the arrival of a new baby son at St. Ann Hospital Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hilton became parents for the first time when a son, Todd Eldon, arrived at Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge, Jan. 13. The little lad weighed 6 Ibs., 12 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilton, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thomas, Shakopee, Minn., are grandparents. Next meeting of the Burt Women's Club..will be held at the home of Darlene Herrick Jan. 22. Iva Jurgens and Bea Easier are assisting hostesses. '•Members of the Fortnightly Club will meet at the home of Ruth Garman, Algona, Jan. 19. Burt • friends were sorry to learn that Joe McGuire has been hospitalized in Kansas City, Mo. Joe underwent lung surgery there Jan. 15. His mother, Mrs. Rose McGuire, went to Kansas City to be with him. Alvina Hasse enjoyed a vacation from her duties at the local post office the past two weeks. Jean Lockwood substituted during her absence. UPPER DES MOINES WANT ADS WILL SELL ANYTHING 1 Dennis Woifer, Editor BEPORT OF CONDITION OF "BURT SAVINGS BANK" In the State of Iowa at the clos* of builnesc on December M, ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash Items in process of collection $ 136.293.99 i. United States Government obligations 978 157 93 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 1000000 7. Other loans and discounts 83202216 8. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises .. 122600 11. Other assets _ _ .'."..". 68.78 12. TOTAL ASSETS ..$1,957,768.86 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporatipns „ H. Time and savings deposits of individuals^ partnerships, and corporations ... . 15. Deposjts of United States Government 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions li). Certified and officers' checks, etc 20. TOTAL DEPOSITS (a) Total demand (bl Total time and savings deposits $ 781,164.37 24. Other liabilities (including S None mortgages and other liens on bank premises and other real estate) 25. TOTAL LIABILITIES $7 .. deposits ... ............. $ 997,663.89 888,903.72 716,164.37 9,720.82 160,659.35 3,380.00 5,992.84 784,821.10 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 26. (ci Common stock—total par value 5000000 No. shares authorized 500 v.wv.uv No. shares outstanding 500 >7. Surplus snnnnnn 28. Undivided profits ".".".""""""""I" 72,947:76 30. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 31. TOTAL LIABILITES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . 172,947.76 .$1.957,768.86 MEMORANDA ending wah'c'.M dSE"" ^ the W C8lendar day8 2 ' «d e inK ge « ; !f ht0 cSSl IO d a . n te f0r '^ ""^"•aVyi ' 3 -feirsr^r ^£^™:^::::;;;;;;;. ,. w , 67 Cashier l iv E th!? aC h Utl Preslden ' and 9 H. McMullen. Vice President and 01 condition is a b .° ve - n <!. rn « d ba »* d ° solemnly .wear that this report belief rue and colrect ' to <he best of our knowledge and H. E. Rachut. President G. H. McMullen. Vice President and Cashier o r ,. c ° rretft ~Attest: v J K Mawdsley , L. E. Linnan Ktrby J. Smithy Donald W. Patterson) Directors. State of loyva. County of Kossuth, w: Sworn to and subscribed before me this lUh day of J«»uary. 1968, and I hereby certify that I din not an officer or director of this bank. My commission expires July 4. I860. Joseph J. Straub. Notary Public. Grand Opening Saturday At Burt Station BURT - Larry's K & H Gill a new gas station in Bu^fcprts celebrating its grand opening this Saturday with an open house. Owner Larry Manus announced that the public is invited to attend the event between the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. A drawing for free door prizes will be held. Free refreshments will be offered in addition to special bargains on sale at the firm. The station is located on the west edge of Burt, in the former Standard gas station. Driving Award To Mel Johnson Ronald Jurgens, manager of the Burt Cooperative Elevator, Burt, announces that one of the drivers for that company have received special recognition for careful driving ability. The driver awarded a special lapel pin for having completed the year ending Dec. 31, 1967, without having been involved in an accident is Melvin L. Johnson, a two-year pin. These awards are available after each driver has qualified and has been properly recommended by the company manager. - o - PAST MATRONS Twelve members of the Past Matrons answered roll call Thursday by displaying or telling about "Fads of Yesterday." The group met at the home of Lulu Hawcott, with Gladys Hawcott assisting hostess. Members voted to purchase additional glass cups and small plates to bring the total number of each to 50. Mary Jean Andrews and Lillian Fredrickson were appointed to purchase the necessary pieces. Ethel Dremmel and Lillian Fredrickson were in charge of the social hour. Selina Clifton Amanda Scott were guests. Card Party LONE ROCK- Lone Rock Legion will hold its second card party Jan. 28 at 8 p.m. 500 will be played and a free will offering will be taken. Lunch will be served. I i OPE HOUSE! s s i Sat., Jan. 20,9 a.m. to 5 p.m. S 5 i EVERYBODY'S INVITED - FREE COFFEE I k AND COOKIES, REGISTER FOR FREE DOOR I I PRIZES, LOTS OF SPECIAL BARGAINS. SEE S I YOU THERE. i | Larry's K&H Oil j AT THE WEST EDGE OF BURT . II, ' ' '' '••'•' '•"• '•"••>-»'>:v»»w.v?-.--*V.W«MBBBWK». ,,•• |H f!WStU&Mt*rSff-ff''-Sf(f&'ff'f's'*'•*• -if''<**?? ' " f f/. Avo.d all the problems of feeding your livestock during bad weather by calling your co-op elevator for grain bank service - today ! DON'T FORGET THE FREE PROGRAM ON "PLANNING CROP PROFITS FOR 1968" - THURS., JAN. 25, 11:30 A.M. AT GARRIGAN H.S. IN ALGONA. PHONE 924-3241 Burt Co-op Elevator Ronald Jurgens, Mgr. If You Love Your Money... Save steadily . . . save here, where interest compounded regularly makes your money grow! It's simple to save at this full service bank. Here, you can take care of all your banking needs. Open a Savings Account soon! Savings Accounts Checking Accounts Personal Loans Home Loans Safe Deposit Banking by Mail MEMBER F.DJ.C, SAVINGS INSURED UP TQ $15,000 BURT SAVINGS BANK I I

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