The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1966 · Page 9
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Burt The Monitor Lone Rock fhurtdtiy, May 19, 1966 Algona, (ta.) Upper DM Molne*-9 Poblithed By the Upper Dft« Mo!n*» Publishing Co., Algeria, Iowa Dtnnit Waller, Editor Lone Rock Grade Pupils Visit U-D-M Some 31 third and fourth grade students from the Lone Rock grade school of the Sentral Community School district enjoyed a tour of various places of interest in Algona, Monday. One of the places they visited was the plant of the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. where they saw the first-of-the-week edition of the newspaper being printed in the four-unit offset press. The above picture was taken in the plant while they were watching the press. Mrs. Merlin Madsen, third grade teacher, is in the'left rear, and Mrs. FlorenceBehne at the right rear of the picture. Roger Long drove the school bus. The group had a picnic lunch at noon at Call State Park. (Upper Des Moines Flashfoto). Welcome! With biis issue is presented The Burt-Lone Rock Monitor, pages devoted to the special interest of the Burt-Lone Rock area. The name "Monitor" revives a longtime newspaper nameplate. The former Burt Monitor ceased publication a number of years ago. News for these pages is welcome. The regular correspondents for this paper are Mrs. A. C. Hinckley of Burt and Mrs. A. A. Krueger of L&ne Rock. The supplemental news-drop box remains on the Laundromat building on Burt's Main street. With the acquisition of the Reminder, formerly published by Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockwood, the same area coverage continues, plus the advantages of the regular county-wide circulation of this newspaper. We trust you will like the new arrangement, and the publishers welcome your news, pictures and advertising. Cunninghams Observe 25 Years Wed Mr. andMrs.Merwyn Cunningham, Sr., will observe their silver wedding anniversary Sunday, May 29, with an open house at their home in Burt from 2:00 to 5:00 p. m. The open house is being sponsored by the Cunningham children and all friends and relatives are invited to attend. So invitations are being sent. Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham were married May 31, 1941, at Fairmont, Minn. Mrs. Cunningham is the former Viola Voigt daughter of Robert Voigt and the late Amanda Voigt. Merwyn is the son of Joseph and Helen' Cunningham, both deceased. The Cunninghams have three children: Joseph, Merwyn, Jr., and one daughter, Lana (Mrs. Richard Trunkhill) all of the Burt area, They also have three grandsons: Joseph Cunningham, Jr., Anthony and David Trunkhill. Burt W.S.C.S. Officers Are Installed BURT - Officers of the Burt Woman's Society Christian Service were installed during Sunday morning's worship services. Those installed by the Rev. Merlin Davies were : Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet, president; Mrs, Merlin Davies, honorary vice president; Mrs- Fred pavis, vice president ; Mrs. John Spear, recording secretary ; Mrs. Glenn Teeter, treasurer; Mrs., Walter Campney, secretary Christian social relations; Mrs, Jerry Wiener, local church acti* vities; Mrs. Merle Schwietert, campus ministry; Mrs. Robert Sarchet, literature and publications; Mrs. J. L. Miller, supplies; Mrs. S. R. Parsons, spiritual life; Mrs. Cecil Long, membership cultivation; Mrs. Al Hinckley, publicity; Mrs. Don Mitchell, Mrs. Ed Larson and •Mrs. Harvey Larson, nominating committee; Mrs. Robert Lovstad, Mrs. Delbert Schaller and Mrs. Gladys Hawcott, circle chairmen. Honorary life membership pins were presented to Mesdames Lowell Winter, .Mrs. Glenn Teeter,,, Frank Ryerson and Kenneth Sarchet. - - o - IN CONCERT Mrs. Viola McDonald spent the past weekend with herdaugh- ter, Frances Ann, Sioux City. Friday evening, they attended Dimmitt Hall Mother and Daughter banquet at Morningside College. Sunday night, Mrs. McDonald attended the production performance of the "Creation," presented by the Morningside choirs and Sioux City choral groups. Miss McDonald, music major at Morningside, was one of the soloists and performed with Albert Gammon, music director at the State University of Iowa, who was the guest soloist, The following quote by music critics appeared in Monday's edition of the Sioux City paper, "Miss McDonald has a flair for giving concerts, Her voice is a sumptuous instrument, warm and flexible." Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms and family were Sunday evening guests at the Eugene Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller spent Friday and Saturday at Pella attending the annual Tulip Festival. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell McFarland and David, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis, Lenny and Kim, were Sunday dinner guests at the Russell Fuller home, Ackley. The dinner was in honor of the Fuller's son, Rodney, a member of the Ackley graduating class. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley spent Saturday and Sunday at Wells, Minn, where they visited her sister, Mrs. Edith Saucke, and the William Brandts. Sunday, the .ladies,attended a pre-nuptial miscellaneous /^ower.^itor^a- niece, Karen Krohnberg, Owatonna, who will become the bride of Vernell Katzung, Owatonna, June 4. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer were Friday evening visitors at the Ron Jurgens home. Sgt. and Mrs. Jack Wallace, Homestead Air Base, Miami, Fla., were Saturday visitors at the Mrs. Gladys Hawcott and Wallace Hawcott homes. Sgt. Wallace, a nephew of Mrs. Gladys Hawcott, is enjoying a leave from his duties in the Air Force, prior to going overseas for further assignment. Mrs. Nell Opheim, Sexton, called on Mrs. Bernadine Opheim, Dawn and Johnny Saturday and took them to Sexton for the weekend. Thursday evening dinner guests at the Dean Andrews home were Lt. and Mrs. Lynn Druthers and Lisa, who just returned from a 1 1/2 year's tour of duty in the Aleutians; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers, Algona; and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scott and Armande. Miss Sharon Patterson celebrated her llth birthday with a slumber party last Friday evening. Her overnight guests were Susan Becker, Terri Tjaden, Susan Angus, Barbara Batt and Margaret Devine. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith entertained their bridge club last Friday evening in their home. Those enjoying the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Harlem Lacy, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bradley and Mr. and Mrs, Dale Lockwood. The last Cub Scout den meeting for the season was held Monday afternoon. The Cubs met at their respective meeting places and then went to the school playground for a ball game, The Cubs will resume their den meetings when school starts in the fall. A Cub Scout Pack meeting, will be held on Monday evening. May 23 at 7:30 p. m. in the Burt school gym. Awards will be presented, There will be games with competition between the dens : ADS : •••••••••••••••I WANTED - Upholstery.and furniture repair. RAY'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP, Bancroft, Iowa. NOTICE - From the custodian of the Burt twp. cemetery regarding Memorial Day: all flowers and artificial plants must be potted. No permanent plantings will be allowed. Anything left in the cemetery after June 3 will be destroyed. (39) NOTICE --See me.for quality Mason Shoes. JOHN J. BERGMAN, salesman, phone 924-3353. (39-41-43) CARD OF THANKS " I would like to thank our friends, relatives and neighbors for the cards and letter si received while in the hospital and since returning home. A very special thanks to Dr. Bahnson, Andrew Harms, Gordon Giffords, Alvinna Hasse, Cunningham's Cafe and Bernie's Market for the use of cars and helping to care for the children and the food sent to me and my family. Mrs. Earl Meier. (39) CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all of my friends in the community for the cards, gifts and money given to me at the time of the open house honoring- me upon my retirement. I also wish to thank friends and my former teacher associates who came from a distance, thus adding to the pleasure of the day. My special thanks to Rev. Bullock and all those having a part in the program. To the board members of the Sentral community schools for their thoughtfullness and the beautiful roses; to superintendent Keoppel for his kind remarks; to Mrs. Miller for the clever guest books; the Russell Kaufmans for the beautiful school replica cake and to the hostesses for the nice luggage and their share in making a happy day long to be remembered. Florence Yager, Lone Rock. (39) GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBUlANCi EQUIPPED WITH OXYGIN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 er C. B, CHIPMAN, PHONE BURT, RES. 994-3431 &, CHIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE Shipler $ DRY GOODS AND VARIETY Burt, Iowa AFTER 215 YEARS, WE'RE HAVING A •^ ^ ' ^r On our first anniversary, You take the cake! FREE JIFFY CAKE MIX AND FROSTING TOO! Wilson BACON NISSEN "Mild'N Wild' WIENERS Van Camp's 'ork & Beans 5 for $1.00 Dutch Loaf Cheese 2lb.box 49c Robin Hood FLOUR Borden's Cottage Cheese Ib. lie Monarch, Whole Sweet Pickles: qt.jar 39c Hiland POTATO Twin-Pak Monarch Large Purple Plums 2'/2 size tin 4 for$| Fresh California Golden Yellow Bananas Ib. bunch Monarch - 303 tin ^ ^^ SHOE STRING POTATOES 1O Butter Top DONUTS bag MONARCH - chunk, crushed, sliced Vi gal. First Lady Ice Cream 49 Giant Size DUZ Real Gold Orange Drink Sather COOKIES 4 PI* 1.00 Cardinal Store BURT, IOWA

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