The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1966 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 19, 1966
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Burt The Monitor tone Rock thurtday, May 19, 1966 8-Algdna (la.) Upper D*t MoihM Publith«d By th* Upp»r Oft* M«ln«* Publiihlng to., Algona, Iowa Ron Jurgens New Member Of Burt Board BURT - Ron Jurgens, manager of the BurtCooperative Elevator, has been appointed to complete the unexpired term on the Burt school board of Rev. William Scheer. Mr. Jurgens and his wife are parents of three children, with two school age. The Jurgeni came to Burt about a year ago, when Ron was hired manager of the elevator, following the resignation of the former manager, J. L. Miller. They are members of St. John's Lutheran church. Other members of the school board are Kenneth Sarchet, Ed Smith Jr., Dr. M. I. Uchter, and Ronald Gardner. - o - ELECT OFFICERS Mrs. Gladys Hawcott, was elected president of the Burt . Past Matrons club, Mrs. Walter Klamp was elected vice president, Mrs. G. H. McMullen, secretary-treasurer and Mrs. F.L. Pratt, historian. .The election of officers followed a May Day breakfast at the home of Mrs. J. L. Miller Thursday. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Gladys Hawcott and Mrs. Walter Klamp. Roll call was answered by 13 members giving a tribute to Mother. Guests were Joe Troutman and Armande Scott. The group will have an outing at Ft. Dodge for their June 9 meeting. Members attending Thursday's breakfast and meeting were Beth Miller, Gladys Hawcott, Trella Patterson, Mary Jane Dugan, Maybelline Lovstad, Lulu Hawcott, Ellen Holmgren,Lefie McMullen, Ethel Dremmel, Ruby Hinckley, Erma Pratt and Lillian Fredrickson. PLAN PICNIC Members of the Kossuth chapter 0. E. S. voted Tuesday night not to have monthly meetings during July and August. They also voted to hold the annual Eastern Star family picnic again this year and also have members of the Masonic Lodge and their families as guests. Clark Miller, Masonic-Eastern Star. Fraternal chairman was appointed chairman of the event. Members also .voted to have plastic floor covering installed in the dining room and kitchen. Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson and Mrs. Clark Miller are in charge of purchasing and having flooring laid, An invitation from Algona chapter to attend their "Friendship Night" June 23 was read. Hostesses for Tuesday's meeting were Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley and Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Bailey. - o - HIRE TEACHER Mrs. Betty Eilders, Stewartville, Minn., has signed a contract to teach second grade at the Burt Community schoolfor the 196&67 school year. Mrs. Eilder received her advanced education atDubuque University. Mrs. Eilder, her husband and family will move into the Robert Lovstad house until the Arie Dittmer home is vacated. - o - Woman's Club Honors Senior Girls Of 1966 Members of the Woman's club were hosts to the senior girls at a May morning breakfast at the home of Mrs. G. H. McMullen. In charge of the program "Spring Surprises" were Mesdames G. H. McMullen, Dale Lockwood, J. G . Clapsaddle, J. L. Miller, In charge of preparing and serving the breakfast were Mesdames Harold Grover, Harlem Lacy, K. J. Smith, B. K. Bahnson, W. W. Boettcher and E. P. Fredrickson. Senior girls attending were Jean Wood, Nancy Becker, Claudine Cranston, Judy Spry, Vickie Koestler, Connie McFarland, LeAnn Wermers and Linda Fairbanks. At the conclusion of the breakfast, the club held a business meeting and new officers were elected. Ethel Dremmel is the new president. New committees and their members are: refreshments, Jean Lockwood, TheclaChristen- sen, Virginia Fries, Genevieve Graham, Marlene Stenzel and Vera Bradley. Entertainment: Rochelle Scott, Leona Lacy, Lavina Hanson and Ivy Jurgens. Appointed to the budget committee were Ruth Alice Patterson, Erna Grover and Ruth Clapsaddle. On the project committee are Benita Mitchell, Beth Miller, and Barbara Calbreath. Erma Pratt will be in charge of Americanism and Helen Smith will head gerontology. Virginia Fries and Ruth Patterson are on the Girl Scout committee. Others named to positions in the club include Rowena Ryerson as historian, Mary Smith, towels, Phebe Thompson, safety, Lulu Hawcott, legislation and Meree Bahnson, mental health, Clara Reynolds will be in charge of membership, Erna Grover, music, Elva Boettcher, literature and Lillian Fredrickson, publicity. Other officers are Vera Bradley, vice president, Lillian Fredrickson, secretary and Mabellne Lovstad, treasurer. The new club year will start in the fall. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener were Wednesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Droegemueller, Fairmont. Mrs. Droegemueller is the former Carole Sue Wiener. Mr. and Mrs. George Becker called on his aunt, Mrs. Ethyl Hain, at St. Ann hospital Sunday. Alvina Hasse spent Sunday and Monday with her sister Ruth at University hospital, Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley and Duane spent Mother's Day weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schatz and Kevin, Cedar Rapids, and with theDanThomsen's.Iowa LIBRARY CORNER By Nancy McWravy Librarian A few more new books have arrived and are on the shelves ready to be borrowed. Plans are shaping up fast for the Summer Reading contest, which begins June 1. Watch for further details in the Burt Monitor next week. We have a lot of new magazines that have not been checked out. We realized this is a busy time of the year, but a magazine is easy to pick up, read and put down.' They may be kept for two weeks. We have a nice selection of children's magazines, too. The new application cards are now being put to use. If you have not filled out a new card yet, please check with us when you sto^in. BURT Presbyterian Church Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Pastor Friday, May 20 - Communicant Class at 3:45 p. m. Senior high dinner party at Algona leave church at 6:30 p» m.,- Building Committee meeting at", 7:30 p. m. Sunday, May 22 - Worship Service - 9:00 a. m. Sunday School - 10:15 to 11:15 a. m. Baccalaureate at Burt Community School. Tuesday, May 24-Commencement Exercises at 8:00 p. m. Wednesday, May 25 - Community Teen Time get-together at the town hall at 7:30 p. m. Music, film and refreshments. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Vehling, Pastor Sunday, May 22 - Worship Service at 8:00 a. in. Church School and Bible Class - 9:00 a. m. BURT METHODIST CHURCH Burt, Iowa Merlin C. Davies, Pastor Wednesday, May 18 - Circles of the W. S. C. S. meet at their regular times. Youth Meeting at Burt Town Hall, sponsored jointly by Burt Methodist and Burt Presbyterian churches at 7:30 p. m. Music and film, followed by discussion and food. Sunday, May 22 - Services as follows: 9:00 a. m. - Worship Service; sermon topic, "What Will You Do with Life?" Recognition of Seniors. 10:00 a. m. Sunday School. 8:00 p. m. - High School Baccalaureate. 2:30-4:30 p. m. - A meeting for Methodists at Grace Methodist church, Spencer, la., with Senator Jack Miller of Iowa speaking on issues contained in the Methodist Social Creed. Wednesday, May 25 - Fidelis Class at 2:15 p. m. Community Youth Meeting, Town Hall at 7:30 p. m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LONE ROCK, IOWA Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor Sunday, May 22 - Morning worship - 10:00 a. m. Sunday tChurch ischool - 11:00 a. !m. l -There will be no Youth Fellowship meeting this week, as we shall be participating in the baccalaureate service at Sentral school at 8:00 p. m. Thursday, May 19 - U.P.W. circles meet as scheduled, except that Nancy Circle meets with Harriet Bellinger, and Lucille Blanchard has the lesson. Saturday, May 21 - Communicants class - 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 24 - Adult Bible study - 8:00 p. m. Wednesday, May 25 - Choir rehearsal - 7:30 p. m, City. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller, Greg and Jeff moved this past week into the home of his parents, the Earl Millers, recently pur* chased from Mrs. VerdaKienitz. Mrs. Kienitz has left for Florida where she will make her home. Plans for this years vacation Bible School were made at a meeting held at the Methodist church Tuesday. The school will be cooperative with the Good Hope Methodist church. It will be held at the Burt church from 8:30 p. m. to 2:30 p. m. daily, June 6 through June 10. There will be classes for boys and girls who will start kindergarten this fall and through sixth grade. Transportation for Good Hope children to and from Burt will be arranged. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bierstedt called at the home of Mrs. Ella Meyer Thursday. Rosemary Ulses is enjoying a vacation from her duties at the Burt Savings Bank. Mrs. Beulah Dundas is assisting at the bank during her absence. Rosemary attended Vieshea activities at Ames the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lovstad spent Mother's Day weekend with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lichter at West Union. Rev. and Mrs. Merlin Davies attended a Sub - District minister's meeting at Emmetsburg Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell spent Mothers Day at the home of their son and family, the Norman Mitchells, Des Moines. They were joined by their daughters, Judy and Jane, Iowa City, and their son, Keith and wife Des Moines. Mrs. Helen Vogel left the past weekend from Mason City to spend several weeks at the home of her daughter and family, the Dr. Robert Melvilles at Garret Heights, Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. Arie Dittmer and Mrs. Ed Larson attended the Burt 5th Grade Class On Field Trip, S-Lake BURT - Members of the 5th grade class, their teacher, Mrs. Naomi Thompson, and mothers, Mrs. Russell Patterson and Mrs. Ervin Elmers, and Howard Batt, bus driver, enjoyed a field trip in the Spirit Lake area Friday. Included in the trip were visits to the State Fish Hatchery, Pepsi- Cola Bottling Co., and to Kurio Kastle Museum. They ate their lunch at Pike's Point Park. SPECIALS! FOR MAY 19 - 20 - 21 TENDER SWEET RED KIDNEY BEANS 2 for 2k HUNT'S CATSUP*. o,3forl»c ROBIN HOOD FLOUR,, 55c CLOROX BLEACH ,, 59c TURKEY, BEEF, CHICKEN Swanson's Pot Pies 2 for We WONDER BUN S NEW WHITE POTATOES 2 for ft GOOD HOPE METHODIST CHURCH Lone Rock, Iowa Merlin C. Davies, Pastor Thursday, May 19 - M. Y. F. at 8:00 p. m. Choir at 8:30p. m. Sunday, May 22 - Services as follows: 10:00 a. m, - Sunday School. 11:00 a. m. - Worship Service; sermon, "What Will You Do With Life." Recognition of Seniors. 2:30 to 4:30 p. m. - A meeting for Methodists at Spencer Grace Methodist church with Senator Jack Miller speaking on the issues contained in the Methodist Social Creed. Thursday, May 26 - Choir rehearsal at 8;30 p. m. NEW bag 69c Mild & Wild Franks Ib. 59c CHIP BEEF 3for$1.00 CHICKENS Ib. 35c TOMATOES Ib. 29c Bernie's Market Otnni* WdUr, Editor annual Tulip Festival at Mia. Fairfleld and in Illinois. They also visited relatives at Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener ............ ........,,.-.,:.:.-,:-,x.:-: /.v^^-v^w*^^ Congratulations Burt Senors 8 1 I •y PHONi 924-3614 WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMP? BURT : ; :> Top row, left to right - Robert Lovstad, Estherville J. C.; Connie Sue McFarland, work; Clyde Moore, service j Jane Emily Barslou, Mankato State. Second row, left to right - Nancy L. Becker, Estherville J. C.j Doug Black, S. C. L; Robert Lee Ortman, farming; Duane C. Peter, Estherville J. C. Third row, left to right - Claudeen Cranston, St. Teresa, Winona, nursing; Mer- •wyn Cunningham, Estherville J. C.; Dallas E. Curtis, Estherville J. C.j Linda Joan Fairbanks, Iowa State U., home economics. Fourth row, left to right - James H. Redemske, college; Dean Ann Wood, dental assistant; Judith Marie Spry, business school; Joe MacRae, Estherville J. C. Bottom row, left to right - Donald K. Gifford, trade school; Victoria Koestler, college j Loreli Lavrenz, cosmetology; Le Ann A, Wermers, work. Proudly presented by BURT CO-OP B m mm mm :ji; BilBBi If «T% 1 W.ll A N K | & LUMBER DEPT. Always A Bwrt Booster 3 Always A Burt Booster :*:*: : :*:*:^^ w »*»*• BI 1 BURT SAVINGS 1

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