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Night School Style Show fbllowinf the «:3fl pafedt aMd" served, by tfte band Mathers, tff-fed Hilton ptesfhted the following program? cM'riet ftuartet, Gerald Hilton, Nbfrnan Carport, John Lovstad afld Eugene Miesier; several numbers by the Shanghai trio, Jay Hoppus, Dave Ra3mu3Sen and Norman Carlson, The three.' coaches, Ray Ihnen Lewis Finch',- ahd David Brown Were tecognlzed and .each..-st>pkr on his sport. Supt. Martin spoke briefly an the athletic The glit'St speaker of the evening was Robert (Bob) Otto, hear 1 football coach at Mankalo Sial( leucners' College. frame Officers . Election of officers was hold ni •the last meeting of the Burl Wo man's Club. Heading the grout Lor the coming year will be Jean Lockwood, president; 'Hoiei Smith, vice president: Etbf' bremmyl, secretary; and RuiTi Patterson, treasurer. Major Surgery George Patterson is a pati'em tit University hospital, Iowa City, where he submitted to major sUr : gery Wednesday. His address is room 210 West, University Hospital, lowa City. Mrs Patterson is in Iowa City with her husband,' who is gaining satisfactorily, yet remains in a serious condition. Algeria's Adult Evening School, for the most part, concluded with final, sessions Monday night. Mar. 20. Total enrollment for the sessions hit 291, .an increase of about 106 persons over previotts years, according to Don Kramer, director of the evening school. • . Forty-two of the total were women registered in the beginnirig and advanced sewing classes. There were 20 in beginning sewing and 22 in (the advanced division. Some of the class members are Shown here. • In the photo above, a group of mothers who made mother-daughter clothing-are shown with 'their offspring. They are left to right, mothers in back, daughters in front, Mrs. Wilfred Becker and Mary Jo, Mrs. Harvey Godden and Teresa, Mrs. Merle Pratt and Debbie, Mrs. John'Muehe and Mary and Virginia. '• . . Below is another group of ladies from the two classes. They are, front row, left to right, Kar.en Hammer, Mrs. Willis Etherington, Helen Harms -and Louise 'Engstrom: In back, left, to' right, Minnie Walker, Ruth Arend, Esther Barton, Amy Geering and Eldora Agena. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen was instructor of the advanced class. The two classes held a style show, then were joined by the knitting class for a coffee after the final session. ' .'.'." Other courses offered, with registrations, 'dur ing the Evening School, included oil. painting 16, beginning Spanish 12, primary aviation 14, modern dance 16, advanced aviation .15, beginning typing 18, knitting 40, upholstering 19, beginning bridge 19, advanced bridge 20, men',s recreation, 35 and small business management clinic. 25. -(UDM Flashfoitos-Engravings) Gary Ackerman Of Burt Weds Ft. Dodge Girl Burt — A wedding of interest lo Burt friends was performed (it the Blue Earth Methodist Church at 3 p.m., Saturday, Mar 18. Julie Kae Jackowell, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Jackowell, Fort Dodge, and Pv't, Gary Dean Ackerman, son of Mr and Mrs Hiram Ackerman, Burt, were wed. ' The bride was attired in a biege suit trimmed in fur and brown accessories. Attending tii'e couples were the groom's parents, the Hiram Ackermans. The bride is a graduate of Fort Dodge High School with tho class of I960 and is employed at the Gates store where she will continue to work. The groom was graduated from Burt High School in 1939 and recently completed specialized training in transportation at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The bride will make her homo for the present with her parents in Fort Dodge. Pv't Ackerman returned to Fort Leonard Wood. BUMPS Kindergarten Roundup. The annual kindergarten roundup was held at the Burl school Thursday evening, March 16. To date there arc i!ti youngsters enrolled to enter 'kindergarten next fall. They are: Cheryl Bait, Carol and Cheryl Bchrcnds, Patrick Bradley, Chur- h;ne Curtis, J;imes Doege, Stan- Icy Elmers, Gail Giddings, Patty Jo Grubb, Kathleen Hildman, Virgil Johnson, Lore-Id Keith, Linda Larson, John Lavrenz, Mary Jo Marlson, John Miller, Dale Person, Rocky Puffer, Russell llicmtTs, Gary Shierbon, Bucky Sue Simmons, Duane Spear, Ronald Stevens, Michelle Wagner, Karen Weber and Kathleen Wollz, 'A visitation schedule was sei up for these youngsters lo visit kindergarten. The visiting program will began Tuesday. Mr nnd Mrs Dclmar Angus ;ict- ed as receptionists for Thursday evening's roundup. Supt. Martin welcomed the parents and explained the fees and other details of administration. Joyce Ilaydcn county nurse, spoke and showed a film on the health program. Present 3 Plays The Burt High School sophomore speech class under the direction of Helen M. .Martin, presented, three one-act plays 'ai V:30 p.m. Friday, March 24, in the auditorium. The plays were "Buddy Answers an Ad", with Dennis Heerdt, Richard Presthus, Gwenyth Teeter, Duane Hinckley, Virginnia Loppc, Diana Gifford, Lana Cunningham, and "Terry Cook; "Leave it To Mother", with Mary McFarland, Patt Hoover, Jvlarcia Strange, William Hamilton, John LqvsUid, James .Smith, and Pat Sehwietert; and "Who's Afraid?" with Janice Dreyer, Ray Lichter, Judy Abbas, Duanq Hinckley, Terry Cook, Jerry Gifford, Jane Mitchell, Larry Johnson, Floyd Lavrenz, and Judy Mitchell. Honor Athletes The Burt Lion's Club was hosi Monday evening, to . about 80 high school athletes at the annual Athletic Banquet at tile school. Lion McMullen gave the vocation. Lion Becker led group singing. Bowlers Met The regular meeting of the Burt Bombers 4-H club was held at the home of Lynn Bierstedt Monday evening. Roll call was answered by 10 members. A demonstration was giyen by Paul Ulses and a film strip was shown by Patricia Lynch and Linda Lockwood. Lunch was served by Mrs Bierstedt. Named President Judy Hinckley, daughter of the Al Hinckleys, has been elected president of Mu Chapter Alpha Chi Omega Sorority at Indianpla. Miss Hinckley is .a junior at Simpson College majoring in lower elementary education. Rev. and Mr Fred Samek and Cheryl spent Saturday at the parental Clarence Swab home at Charles City. Lura Sewick, who teaches at Forest City, spent the weekend with relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs George Keostlei and family, Mr and Mrs Robert Lovstad, and Mr and Mrs Clifford Lovstad attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Carl Lovstad in Duluth Sunday. Herman Ruchut Sr., Wilfred Chaff ee and Charles -Scott .left Friday for a vacation in Florida. Mrs Merwyn Johnson and children, Swea City, and Mrs Cecil Godfredson, Humboldt, . spent. Monday'at the Cora ,Stbw hqvK> Mr and Mrs Robert Waldo and family of Jefferson were, overnight guests at the Ralph Johnston home Monday. They were enroute to Grand Meadow, Minn. for a visit. The members of Francis Circle 1 were hostesses at a noon luncheon at the church on Tuesday. A brief program following the luncheon included group sinfiint: and the showing of a film by Mrs Samek. The members voted at this meeting lo hold a Bake Snle at the May meeting of the W.S.- C.S. Eva May -Morris, wfto is" employed at the Maple Leatf RoSt Home, was taken to the hospital at Spirit Lake WedneMif evening. She underweni SWg&'y Thursday. Mr and Mrs Hiram Ackerman Linda and Rofofefta Slid Mrs Gary Dean Ackeinurhv took Private Gary Dean Aekermaft "to; Dfes Moines Sunday where hfe boardf- ed- a bus tor his return to- Foi»i Leonard Wood, Mo. after a weekend at home. From t)es Moines the Ackermans w£nt' to Mars* halltown for a visit al the homo of their daughter and'family. Mr and Mi's 0. H. McMullen spent Sunday with- their son Jack -ind family in ftbrthwood. x J(acft was recently hired as athletic director in the Northwood school. Mr and Mrs J. L, Miller were hosts at their homo for dirtner Sunday. Guests were Mr and Mi's R. A. Miller, Royal, la., Mr and' Mrs C. E. Miller, Eslhcryille, la. and Mr and Mrs D. C. Miller, Laurcns, la. Mrs F C. Soderberg was ho's- 'cSs to a Community coffee for Republican Women; 16 ladies were present and heard talks by Mrs Mae Riter and Mrs Eldora Agena,.both of Algona, Kossuth Chapter, O. E. S. will hold its annual School of Instruction in the chapter hall April 11. Mrs Janie Kirsten, Mason City, will be the instructor in charge. A luncheon for officers and guests will be held at 11:30. Mrs Clara Reynolds was the honored guest • at a -1 o'clock luncheon at her home with ••members' of the T.N.T. Club as guests. Hostesses Were Benita Mitchell and Beth Miller. Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller spent Sunday at the Owen Hopkins home at Fredericksburg. Mr Hopkins recently returned from the hospital following surgery. At a recent meeting .of St. John's Walther League mefnbers, a 1%-year old Japense boy was chosen by the group to be the recipient •• of-a special offering which will be taken at each meeting of the group as their missionary project of the year. Mrs Fred Samek and Cheryl Ann arid Mr "Al -Hinekley arid Duane attended the concert presented by the Mornintside' choir nt the Algona. Methodist churcn Sunday. • Rev. 'Fred Snmek, Gerald Hilton, Francis McDonald. Carole Wiener, and Pnt Sehwietert. attended a Sub-District M.Y.F. Council meeting at Emmetsb'urg Sunday. Members of the Senior M.Y.F. group voted Sunday evening to sponsor a public supper in the nenr future. Roger Steward, Fayette, spent the weekend at the parental, Walter Steward home. Mr and Mrs Gliff Holding arrived home Tuesday after a month's vacation •• which. Uioy srient at the homes of their sons Kaye and Bruce nnd families in California. Doth Kaye and Bruce nrn meinbcrs of the Los Angeles Police Force. They also visited at the home of Mrs Holdings sister and husband, the Elm'cr Kic- nilz al Richmond, Mo. They were accompanied home from Richmond by Mrs Pearl Daniels, who had visiled at the home of her daughter, Mrs Kienitz. Members of the Burt Woman's Club met Monday evening at the home of Mary Jean Andrews 'with Beth Miller and Esther Sor- — •* . •» •" enson assisting ftostessea. Aileen Sarnefc pfesentecf file f«rfer*tion News. , ..,. . Pinkandilue Shower Honors LuVerne Woman LuVeinS -- A tjihk ami blue shower honoi'ed Mrs Gerald ftn- mus Sunday ift the t'owiY hnll Hostesses were Mrs Allen Darby Mrs Fred Hintz, Mrs Edwin Jack- Son, Mrs Harold Burgess, Mrs ; Eileen Ernst and Mrs Arthur Ramus. A program of games, and contests was conducted by Mrs iftarby and Mrs Hints. Mts Burness assisted her daughter Mrs Ramus in opening the many gifts. Mr and Mrs Wayne Marty and children and Esther Merkle of ,e Mars visited Sunday nnd Monday in the Henry Marty and Fred r/erkle homes. Mrs Mathilda Stoddard was iionored Thursday on the occasion of her birthday with guests ler daughters' Mrs Albert Heftl, VIrs Lawrence O. Miller, Mrs John Stampka, her granddaughters Mrs Edward Elbert and Joel, Mrs Bill Wickett and Steven her sister Mrs Martha Schneider and neighbor Mrs William Hedrick. Her son Hcnvard Stoddard of Carthage, S. Dak., telephoned his congratulations. Cards were played, gifts opened nnd birthday refreshments served, Kft 1 •- * * • Thursday, March 30, 196T Algeria (la.) Upper Dai Mofnei-S ,^ •*--,-:-- ---*-- • , J-L--.-.- •--=-...ri|-*_'..f.•'-.... r * L^.T_ ._. -, .. ..n , .. .-... . ,':, •' • .. -C... .•«._--...._.• Mr and Mrs 3. E. Behrmnnn spent Friday nlglit at the Edward Dehnert home. They were en- rbute to Lemfnon, S. Dak., from White Plains, New York where they have been visiting their daughter. August Pergarido, his son Mr And Mrs Arnold Pergande and daughter were Mfindsy dinner guests Irt the John Knnfiing home in Churdan. Mrs Kannirtg is an tiunt of Arnold Pcfgando. They then went to OmaTia, Neb., where they were overnight visitors with their daughter and sister Mr and Mrs William Myef. Mr and Mrs Arnold Pergandd now leave for their home in Englc- wod, Calif., after a months visit here with his father and brother and the family of Mrs Pergande in Sheffield. Mr and Mrs Jack McClcllan honored the third birthday of their daughter Pamela, Mar. 16 with a dinner Sunday. Guests were her brother Craig, hoi- grandparents Mr and Mrs C. O. McClcllan, aunts Mr and Mrs Harold Meyer family, LuVcrne and Mr and Mrs Leonard Wilson and girls of Livennore. Mrs Elrfier Kubly and Mrs Alvin Weber attended a dinner in the Algona Hotel Saturday for TB Seal workers of I960. Mrs Kubly reported: $8ff {or LuVerne township; Mi's WCBSP reported $53.93 for Sherman township. Mrs WilliSm BigingS' chlairrmrtt for town of Luverhe repbrted 7.75. Dennis Carroll, Billy Hard- tlopf, Fred Hin*, 'Albert. 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