»«') «Pf» tot Mtlnlt TI.UHJ.B,. Oamto, H, mi Burf Group Has Special Xtnas Presentation — The December meeting of the Burl ,WSCS wad held at th church Wednesday." Phyllis Wiener had 1 devotion;, and the. program "Christmas -Around T>e- World", >was given . by Bertita Mitchell/ She was assisted by Elsie Lockwood, Hazel • Teeter, Lorraine -Campney, How- •ena Ryerson, Ruby Hinckley, ,;Genevieve •Grshwn; Beth' Miller 'and Beulah Davis, , The Society voted to give $200 ;to the Young Couples Klub tow- .'ard their project of finishing off •-the furnace r6om 6f the 1 church sinto a recreation and Sunday jschool classrooms. ' ' The annual student dinner and •'party will;'be 1 held Friday eveV * , l Hostesses were Beth Miller, 'Mary'Jean i Andrews, Vera Sch- uwietert, and Marilyn Johnson. ;,>0ysler Staw. ,| The oyster stew held at the «Burt Legion 1 (hall Tuesday eve -ning wias enjoyed by about 60 'veterans arid wives'. ' "' The regular joint, meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary was held. The Auxiliary voted to givd $5 .to the Kossuth County Retarded ;and;$5 to^the TB Christmas Seal fund. : , , The hiembers also voted to 'assist other^iciyic (frgaflizdtions:; iri developirig^the 'Burt-* Park when' weather, permits. Lebha Lacy an _ a guest. An offering was taken-and will be sent to Rev. Richard Duersen. The group voted to purchase an electric miJter for the church kkchdh with its birthday money. Mrs. Earl Shipler read, an article and Mrs. Smfdtigavp Bible study. * OlflcfeM Nanwd Kossuth Lodge held its December meeting at the Masonic temple Thursday evening. Officers for th.e 1902 Lodge year were elected. Those elected were: " Mennet Trunkjiill, Worshipful Master sr.>-warden ( Robert Lang; jr.- warden, Al Hinckley; treasurer J. L. Miller; and secretary, " ' neth ^Richards. Christmas Hours Acting Postmaster Glee Bull oek wishes to announce that be 1 * Sinning Dec.. 11 and continuing hrough Dee'. 23, the post office ivijl remain.open,during the rioon lour. It will also remain open Saturday afternoons,. Dec. 16, and 3ec.' 23. Window hours are from a.m. until 5 p.m.' •'.'••-• with Ann Baumgard and Helen Schwielert in charge. Delaware has the lowest altitude and Colorado has the highest altitude of &\l- the t/riltfi'd States. ' v '' Silver Wedding, Ringsted Folks day'affernodn afr.St, JoKri'tf ifath- Nov. 2?'at. :}' Sonflfcksen',, -,™,.A,the Jae'k Cr* 8 of RTftgste'd for 2 ye£ the fonfflff- th t fa ^ *v bf Ki «« whdre they now 'live; ,- ------- .—* — "»,«=. Ate the', parents of one Daughter', charge. of i. Ted Chambers of gifts, Mf. •e f iowa. - 1 , -., n \.-Bonnicksen of , Arra-r ' the aM .— . c .--—-—..»•*.«••»* .i^uvj' nil C fl a S ,?P t 4%1f f ? re appqihted-com mitteef ! fift!(5Harge. ; f ' -•' f '• ' • > '.'.'' f- ' ••- * ' -I v , *Circles Met ' ' ; Circles of; the^ fUpW^helcL'theli December meetings Wednesday: . Circle A met at the church with Grace,. Bergerud arid Betty Mil- ;ler asi'hpstes^s. ;-Mrs. Mien'dert Chris(rhas Carols. were suiig" by the group. Mft Walter Sorerison gave: deyotiohs. . Mrs. Sorertson also gave ja feport ]on the .Ganado. MisSOns: 'in- Arteona.4 r Mrs. . Mavis Christensen; read an article; the group ,yoted to send a box. of /used* ,clothing i to • Rev Richard Deuersen,, all donations to be left .at Andersons' Hard ware. ' ' : _• A. better was read from Rev. Hichard Duerseh, acknowledging the Christmas gift sent' him. ' A candle light dedication and rededication of ^ife in Christian service was conducted V Evelyn Mawdsley.. Mrs.. Ray • Anderson gave-the closing prayer. • _ Circle-' B niet at 'th'e 'home ol Phoebe Thompson. ' Magdalyn Ortmah presented devotions, an article was presented by Dorothy Becker; Mrs. 'Russell Patterson wEls in .charge ; of' Bible study. J Circle. C met at the home of Mrs. C. M. Gross. Leona Lacy Mr; and' MrsV William Meyer were hosts in their home recently ,tq Mr. and Mrs. .Ernie Boner, Forest City, Mrs. Harry Meyer and Mrs. Dean Meyer, Garner.. Nelle Dremmel was honored by v .the telephone , office staff Tuesday afternoon. The occasion Was. a, joint, ibirthday. party observing Nelle's birthday and staff Christmas party. Attending were Ann Riemers, Gertrude Ackerman, Opal Waltman; Doretta Abbas, Jean Lockwood and Wanta- lee Hawdott.' Mr; and Mrs. Glenn Crouse, ,Lone Rock,,..entertained in honor of|thef birthday anniversaries of both her parents, "Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gross.' Attending besides the /hOribred guests Wfere' Duang Gross, Margaret MobreV'Mr. and Mrs; Paul Dremmel, Algona, Flossie Leason 1 and Robert Lea- Sori.j;. .' ' ' ; Burt Band Mothers will "meet at, the school Thursday evening, Dec. T4, ; ivith Doretta. Abbas, Myrtle' Zwiefel, Karen ••Holniseth, Esther. Schrader ; and' Thelma Meister acting as Hostesses.,Entertainment will , be provided APPRECIATION DAY THIS SAT., DEC. f6 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. ( :; •! ' - - >! - ,*v.-*>' .,.-., W6 earn* »e yauif iefihirtiunlfy ApHI 5 tsh> J -1961 at d ri^wmdi'. W* like It hers . ' - J J "' i- "- ' ' ,"'" ' ' ",'". ' ,"'.*.<" you folks have accepted us. So in appreciation of your patronage, we Invite you fo v!sft>lj% especially on '', SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16fh, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We will give $5.00 to the church >f yooi 1 dfl}fe»'w[j •', charity tot each $100 df merchandise bought and paid for, or B & L services, grain exdodecl/Yoo maV fafctf',;. delivery as needed. We have a lot In store for you so read what the folks below have U *•''*.' * ' l ' ' ,- ^ America's Most Talked about spreader > has lj a new Big Brother NEW IDEA now,offers a Flail Spreader-160 bushels big I • • As Advertised in Farm and Home Section Lincfe Impl. Swea City, Iowa SAM DAVIS We are the dealers for H & N CHICKS and we will have the experts ; • [ • here!!. VITAMINS WILL FORTIFY YOUR BODY AGAINST THE VIGORS OF COLD WINTER DAYS! Every person . . . boys, girls, men, women . . . needs vitamins for good health. You can better withstand the vigors of cold winter days and the coughs and colds so prevalent this time of year, providing your body is properly balanced with . vitamins. You will find a complete supply of all necessary vitamins made by nationally known manufacturers at Rusk Drug and Jewelry. Trials have shown that daily use of vitamins may help prevent colds, coughs, relieve symptoms of hay fever, and are favorable as a relief for allergic asthma. One or two tablets each day are often sufficient for added vitality the year-around RUSK DRUG and JEWELRY PRESCRIPTIQNS FIUED ACCURATEY 117 E. State <?y 4-2349 Algona Some items to consider would be Seed ris ' ' j .* »ur prices will be the best. HisVan liquid ' \ fertilizer and Bumpero bag fertilizer ar^'' top values. Take delivery when needed. COFFEE-REFRESHMENTS ^PRIZES! 50 H & N Pullets ,' ( . , ' = , y , ' 26 PC. Cutlery Set 5 Plump Turkeys • .'•" t. 2 Sets Tumblers Many Irtlier Gifts' and Favors!!! -J- - • - . •' . : , sr' - • • • ..i DRAWING HELD SAT. At 5 P.M. YOU NEED NOT BE HERE TO WIN ! $5.00 to any church or charity of your choice with each $100 purchase (except grain) or B & L service. 5 per cent of purchases! PAT DOERNING •Sam means Complete when he says we Handle a Complete line of Purina feeds. We have Mlhk feed. Game feed, 'Pigeon feed, cattle'feed,'Hog feed; Chicken feed and Sheep feed. ' ,••'.'.. *'. This Is Your Day - "Appreciation Day" - This Saturday, Dec. 16 LAHRV DREYER A lot of people ask me what B & L services are. Well, it means we come right out to your farm with our big portable machine and mix and grind feed to your formulas or our suggested formulas using youj own grain. We shell ycur corn .Grind and Blend Molessef, and Concentrates in one operation. It's convenient, fast and economical but 111 tell you mere if you ask me. GAIN BOOSTER Feeds for hogs, cattle, sheep and chickens is the name of our own feed manufactur- fd here in our plant We l ake great pride in the TuaUty control of this feed TOd the result* are excep- 'ional. Stop in and watch •s make pellets. Ve sure do handle a lot jf ingredients here. Soy Bean Meal, Linseed, Tank- age, Meat Scraps, Midds, Bran and so many other 'terns that it amazes me. I'm the guide to take you thni.our jflan'titp show you how feed U made, and the facilities' we have to offer.'if you have a church group, boy scout trcop or any group thai you would like to lake this free inspection trip, just call me a little in advance 99 that wd don't gang up. GERALD THILGES PEAN POODS PARLA ANPERSEN PENTECOST FARMER'S SERVICE CENTER, INC. CY 4-4621 ViWdWdWWWiWVAVbVi So. Phillips St.
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