The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1961 · Page 10
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m • '*! -j/ : " <.;• At Burt Has Several Jobs * Burl — Members of the Bur Woman's Club met at the horn «f. Lillian Melnzer Monday eve »lng>-With< Lillian Fredrieksen 'Mid ElVa Moettcher assisting hos tesses. t An'invitation from the Titortka WUB to'attend their Christmas fair at the Good Hope Lutheran eflurch Dec. 7 was read. X The grotfp voted io again senci gifts to the StateJWlospital at Cherokee. The gffllAare to be left at the home of Glcfcrgia Holding or brought to theVclub meet- teg before Dec. 12. * The group also decided to assist In the Girl Scout fund drive if. January. Leona Lacy a'nd Ruth Hodgson will be in charge. Mr? G. H. McMullen, gerontology qhairtnan reported that gifts will be presented to the patients in Mie two Burt rest homes ai Thanksgiving. * Helen Vogel, program chairman, presented the following program; clarinet trio, Jane Black, Frances' McDonald an Cheryl Lovstad; a report on thre ftimous Libraries by Thecl yhristenson; a report on the Burt public library by Lulu Hawcott Helen Smith gave a humerou pook review. * Mrs Phoebe Thompson wil Kfpst f the next meeting on Nov ?7. There will be a homemade Ghristnijjs gift and decorations jBsplay by Elsie Lockwood, Ben- Ita Mitchell, and Clara Reynolds enrollefl ih tte Burt school. They -_* «._, it t j»i "W*. , i » ., . A > a , ii. f came fotiSwi fr6m .Lfekota. Mr •Heyes is employed at Weidenhoff 60. ih Algofla, felis Of Trip . Carolyn Plolt, Algons, was guest speaker and showed slides of her summer abroad, at the Family Fellowship Night held ai. the Methodist church Wednesday evening. A pot luck supper was served at 6:30 and a program followed,. In Charge of the program arrangements were Lorrainp Cahipney and Wnntalee Hawcott Included in the program was a clarinet solo by Kenneth Haw- c'ott,- vocal trio, Frances McDonald, Judy and Jane Mitchell, vocal duet, Frances McDonald and Gerald Hilton, also two humorous vocal skits by Wallace Hawcott and Dale Lockwood. Then followed the experiences of Miss Plott enjoyed in her summer spent in Germany under the Auspices of the American Field Service. Members of the Rebecca 'ircle were in charge of the Fel- owship. ily of Green Wete.Wgekiaa.Wt ors at th«s garanfei -ft-'B,' Qwsb man home. Sunday, the elder Qreesffians and their gtitett r fifii Mr and Mrs Pete ,Geel$&n ; family of Odin, Minn., were all dinner gueits, at the Larry Gisch', Jr. home. Mr and Mrs James Sansom, John Day, Oregorl, arrived at the parental E*.rl Ackorman's for a visit. Don Riebhoff and Larry Hinckley went to DesMoines Saturday. They were .accompanied home by Mrs Riebhoff, Who haa spent Friday and Saturday there. Mrs Larry Holding spent Thursday in Fort Dodge. Thursday evening guests of Mrs EuClaire Meyer , were Mrs Jim Sarisom, John Day, Oregon and Shirley Peter, Burt. The la • •• % "Vs? ;„*!"'$ *' .**•?'; >T&' .ys "Svjfc) . :,' ,.--«' r '' TJwo New Families «* The residents of Burt are happy to welcome into their midst two new families. *J The James Fries family moved Ulto the Mrs Emma Miller house. 9hey came from Bancroft where he is an employee of Welp's Hat- jjiery. -; The Heyes family moved into the downstairs apartment be- •tenging to Mrs Larry Gisch. They Tfre the parents of two children, a boy and a girl who are both Band Mothers Mel Band Mothers met at the band oom Thursday evening. Mi' ames Fries, and Mrs , Charles Lappe were welcomed into the roup as new members. A trumpet solo was given by Gerald Hilton, accompanied by Gwenyth Teeter. Mr Holmseth'spoke briefly ana announced the the band would present a fall concert; Nov. 30 Group 1 of the Band Mothers will serve cookies and coffee following the concert. The group voted to serve the Home Federal Loan Association dinner Feb. 8. Grace Ackerman and Marian Waltman were in charge of enter- ainment. Hostesses were Viola McDonald, Esther Hilton, Ann Baum- rard, Dorothy Bernau, and Helen Schwietert. Mr and Mrs.-Albert Volentino eft Saturday morning for Oma- a, Nebr. for a weekend visit with their son George and family. 'he Volentines will go to Kansas 'rom Omaha where they will ipend about three weeks at the ome of, their daughter, the Goron Whitmores. Mr and Mrs Ared White and dies spent the evening socially reliving their days as classmates, it Burt high school. Mrs Sansom s the former Janet Ackerman. Mr and Mrs Lance Riebhoff and Mr and Mrs F. C. Soderburg vere Tuesday evening guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Habeger. Joe McGuire and Jerry Peterson went to Minneapolis tms past week where they are seeking employment. Joe recently graduated from an Omaha, Nebr, airlines school. Mr and Mrs Lyle Marlow en tertained at dinner Wednesdaj evening in honor of Wendell Wil Irett, Who left Nov. 20. for the armed services. Guests Were Mi and Mrs Rudy Willrett, WendeL and Duane, Mr and Mrs Merwin WarloW and Kern, Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt, Lynn and Roxann and Georgia Marlow. Charlotte Habeger entertained a group of ladies from Bancroft at her home Monday, afternoon. Wendell Willrett, who entered military training Nov. 20, was ;uest of honor at a farewell par,y at the Merlin Madson home Tuesday evening. 500 furnished entertainment for the evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel, the Rudy Willretts, Mr and Mrs Lyle Marlow, Mr and Mrs Eugene Marlow, Mr and Mrs Glenn Black, Janet and Douglas, Mr and ' Mrs Howard Salisbury, Mr and Mrs Wm. Madson, Sn, Don and Roseann, and Duane Willrett. 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