The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1968 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 15, 1968
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Burt-Lone Rock Monitor ly Th* Upp»r D*s Mointi Publiihing Co., Algene, Iowa 10-Aleena la.) Upper DM Moinfts Thursday, Feb. IS, 1968 Honor Roll Of Semester Named, Burt r vwiivnv Past Matron Installation Held At Burt BURT — Mrs. Shirley Amesbury, junior Past Matron, Kossuth Chapter Eastern Star, was initiated as a member of the Past Matrons' Club at the home of Mabeline Lovstad Friday evening. In charge of the initiation ceremony were Karen Davies and her helpers. Twelve members answered roll call with "The best laugh Pve had lately." The group will hold a 12:30 basket luncheon at the home of Beth Miller March 14. Erma Pratt will be assistant hostess. Lefie McMullen and Ruby Hinckley will be in charge of the social hour. Lorraine Campney assisted Mabeline Lovstad as hostess at Friday evening's meeting. - o Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Schaeller on the birth of their son, Darrin Delbert, who arrived Feb. 8. Little Darrin weighed 8 Ibs., 7 1/2 oz. He has two sisters, Darcy and KatM to welcome him. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Willie Schaeller, Ringsted, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wentworth, Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dremmel, Aurora, m., were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dremmel from Friday to Monday. Also supper guests Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dremmel, Algona. The three men are brothers. The Ray Dremmels and their guests were Saturday evening dinner guests of the Paul Dremmels in Algona and Sunday they all attended the smorgasbord at Bode. Ornie Behrends spent several days with his wife, who is a patient in University Hospital, Iowa City. Jane Barslou, student at Mankato .State, spent the weekend with her mother, Helen Schwietert. Sunday dinner and afternoon guests at the home of Mrs. Esther Miller were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller, Greg and Jeff, and Mrs. Ronald Miller, Algona. Mrs. Anne Reimers is visiting at the home of her son and family, the Harold Reimers atHumboldt. Mrs. Alta Froh, Roland, came Sunday for an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Mabel Campney. Dr. Bahne K. Bahnson flew to Green Castle, Indiana Saturday morning, where he was a guest in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Jamison Jones. Saturday evening, he attended the opera "Carmen" presented at De Pauw University. Mrs. Jones is the former Bonnie'Schuldt, niece of Dr. Bahnson, who for 15 summers made her home with the Bahnsons in Burt. Her parents, the Rev. Arthur Schuldts are former Burt residents and her grandfather was a former pastor at Burt Methodist church many years ago. Dr. Bahnson returned to Burt Sunday. A belated birthday dinner for Mrs. Mabel Campney was held at her home Friday evening, with the self-invited guests bringing the dinner and birthday cake. Attending were Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Campney and three children, GUmore City; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scott and Armande spent Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Andrews, helping the latter observe her birthday anniversary. Mrs. Al Hinckley accompanied her son Larry to his home at Marion Friday evening. All spent Saturday and Sunday with Al, who is hospitalized at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell spent Friday evening in Mason City. Mrs. J, L. Miller and Mrs. Johnny Spear attended the Mother and Daughter Banquet at the Titouka Methodist Church Wednesday evening. Mrs. Miller was a guest o! her daughter-in- law! Mrs. Clark Miller, and Mrs. Spear was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Forrest WUUs. Mrs. Alfred Schenck was the speaker, showing color slides and telling Of her reoeot trip around the worid. Memterfi of the Fortnightly Club will meet at the home of MUler Feb, 16. Burt Youth Is Marine Recruit School Grad DAVID KOHLHAAS SAN DIEGO - Marine Private David W. Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kohlhaas, Burt, was graduated from eight weeks of recruit training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot here. He will undergo from two to four weeks of individual combat training and then, after leave at home, will report to his first Marine Corps assignment. The intensified Marine recruit training emphasizes rigid physical conditioning and survival techniques, both at sea and ashore, to develop self confidence and endurance. Marksmanship with the M-14 rifle and 45- caliber pistol are equally stressed and close order drill instills the traditions of Marine Corps teamwork. A thorough study of basic military subjects, hygiene, first aid and sanitation, and the customs, courtesies, history and mission of the Marine Corps serve to polish the new Marine's recruit education ' and prepare him to join the Marine c'bmbat forces. Quiz Given To Burf Auxiliary Recently BURT - Tuesday night the members of the American Legion Auxiliary were given the Blue Book Quiz conducted by Luella McWhorter. Members also voted to send homemade cookies to the State Hospital at Woodward during the last week in February. Elva Boettcher, Ruth Alice Patterson, Frances Smith, and Celia Scott were appointed to prepare and serve the Lion's dinner, Feb. 19. Elva Boettcher was hostess at the Feb. 14 sewing meeting at her home. Members were urged to attend the quarterly county Auxiliary meeting Jan. 13 at Whittemore. Hostesses at Tuesday's meeting were Thecla Christensen and Myrtle Zwiefel. - o - INSTALL OFFICERS Members of St. John's Ladies Aid Tuesday installed officers for 1968. June Bierstedt was installed as president. Others installed we re: Iva Jurgens, vice president; Patsy Eimers, secretary; Esther Miller, treasurer; Mary Lou Marlow, Christian growth chairman; Elizabeth Radig, pianist; Ann Reimers, market basket chairman; Thecla Christensen, book and card chrmn.; Geneva Rusher, year book chrmn.; Ella Meyer and Florence Schroeder, kitchen chairmen; Melinda Meyer and Verona Schmidt, funeral flower chrmn. Dorothy Marlow, Isabel Sabin, and Bertha Willrett, charity committee; Viola Cunningham and Roseann Gilford, membership committee; June Presthus, Isabelle Koepke, Viola Dacken, Florence Koestler, and Phyllis Hanna, altar guild; Bertha Willrett, Esther Miller, Iva Jurgens, Florence Koestler, and Mary Lou Marlow, year book committee. Devotions were given by Verona Schmidt and Pastor Bishop led the discussion on the topic, "How We Got Our Bible." Members set 2p.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, as the day for their baked goods and rummage sale. It will be held at Cunningham's Tea Room. The following ladies were appointed committee in charge of the sale: June Presthus, Tillie Madsen, Anne Reimers and Esther Miller. Members were reminded of the L.W.M.L. Day of Prayer, which will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church, Algona, March 1. Twenty-one members answered the roll call. There were three guests present. Hostesses were Elizabeth Radig, Luella Schadendorf-and Isabella Koepke. BURT - The semester Honor Roll for Burt High School and junior high as follows : 12TH GRADE - Linda Becker Deborah Kohlhaas, Sandra Ortman, Gloria Heyes, Deborah Stenzel. 11TH GRADE - Kathleen Patterson, Colleen Kruse, Donna Larsen, Howard Batt, Jr., Patricia Hildman, Jayne Larsen, Diane Person. 10TH GRADE - Becki Kruse, Jill Smith, Marilyn Cherland, Connie Sheirbon, Marcia Soderberg, Gayle Wermers. 9TH GRADE - Cynthia Patterson, Kevin Fraser, Marilyn Person. 8TH GRADE - Craig Giddings, Roger Sarchet, Carol Sill, Cynthia Soderberg, Robert Devine 7TH GRADE - Sharon Patterson, Pamela Soderberg, Kathy Eimers. Make Dean's List BURT-The following students from Burt are on the Dean's list at Estherville Junior College for the first semester 1967-68: Robert Lovstad, Nancy Becker, Douglas Ackerson and Diann Miller. We think maybe "Rocky" is going to go run for president after settling the garbage problem. That's an issue he could really sink his teeth info, GROUND BEEF 3 Ibs. 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