The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 26, 1966
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IMB| . Burt The Monitor tone Rock Thursday, May 26, 1966 Algono (la.) Upper D«« Mointt-S Published ly tht Upp«r D*i MdtflM Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa Dtnnh WalUr, Editor Memorial Day « Program At 10 A.M., Burt BURT - Memorial Day set- vices will be held at the Burt American Legion Hall at 10 a.m. Monday, May 30. Included in the program will be the advancement of colors by The Color Guard. Music by the high school band under' the direction of Jearleen Coney and the high school vocal department directed by Erna Grover. The address of the morning as well as the invocation and benediction will be given by Rev, Bruce Calbreath. Following the program in the hall, there will be the annual parade to the cemetery for a brief program and decorating of Veteran's graves by the American Legion and V.F. W. Posts and their auxiliaries. Honor Teacher At A 'Going Away' Party Members of the Burt Community school were hostesses at a "Going-Away" party honoring their class advisor , Mr. Al Kloppen and his wife and Steve Schenck. Games were played and refreshments were served. Mr. Kloppen was presented a gold key chain engraved with "Best wishes from Burt eighth grade" Steven received an identification bracelet with similar engraving. The Kloppens were also presented a decorated cake. Mr. Kloppen has resigned as coach and class sponsor at the Burt school and following the summer recreation program which he will supervise he and his wife and daughter, Michelle, will move to Jewell, la. where he has signed for the 1966-67 school year. Steven will be entering Garrigan high school, Algona, this fall. - o - Rev. and Mrs. Merlin Davies, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney, Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna attended a meeting at the Grace Methodist church, Spencer , on Sunday afternoon. The meeting Susan Hoover Of Burt Will Wed This Fall Burt Senior Reports On Trip To Washington, U.N. SUSAN HOOVER Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Hoover, Burt, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Susan, to Michael Keintz, Benson, Minn. The wedding will be held Sept. 3 in the Titonka Methodist church. sponsored by the District Christian Social Concerns committee featured Iowa Senator, Jack Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson are enjoying a week of fishing in Minnesota and visiting relatives. Gerald Hilton of Mankato State College spent the weekend at his home and helped his parents, the Fred Hiltons move into the Jesse Harms home, recently vacated by the Don Tietz's. Patricia Zwiefel arrived home Friday from the Emmetsburg Community College and will spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel. Patricia Schwietert, a student nurse at Iowa Methodist hospital, Des Moines is enjoying' a months vacation from hey. the home of her parents, the Merle Schwieterts. At the conclusion of her vacation, Patricia will report to the State Mental Hospital, Independence, for three months of study. Show your pride in your nation and your Patriotism by displaying the American flag on Memorial Day and all holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hinckley, Atlantic, la. were weekend guests at the parental Al Hinckley home. Saturday afternoon guests were Dennis (Mick) Hammerstrom, Minneapolis and Dennis Shipler. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Klooster Algona, were Sunday guests of the Harley Troutman Jrs. Jane Barslou, Burt high school senior, is back at her studies after a busy, but wonderful two weeks in Washington, D. C., United Nations and other points o f interest in the east. Miss Barslou was one of 35 Methodist youth fellowshippers from the Spencer district to attend the United Nations Seminar. Also attending from this area were Ruth Beed, Titonka, and Kathleen Halvorson, Armstrong. Heading the group as chaperones were Rev. Arthur Campney, Arnolds Park, formerly of Burt and his wife. Following is Jane's resume of the trip: At 7:30 p. m. April 28, 35 M. Y. F. members and six adults from the Spencer district boarded a chartered bus at Humboldt for 10 days o f vast education and fun • to Washington D. C. and United Nations. The purpose of the trip was to better our understanding of government and the United Nations and to see how we, the youth, have a definite role in it. Enroute to Washington, we went through Chicago and toured the Gettysburg battlefield. Two and one half days were spent in Washington, D. C. where we attended a briefing session at the Methodist building, spoke with Senator Jack Miller and representative Stanley Griegg, visited Arlington National Cemetery, Smithsonian Institute, National Gallery of Art, Lincoln and Washington memorials and toured the White House and Capitol and F.B.L building. Our next 2 1/2 days were spent in New York City, with most of the time being spent at the United Nations. Other places visited were Rockefeller Center, Times Square, Chinatown, Greenwich ..Village, Wall street, and Harlem. "One of the-; highlights was at- 'tending an all-Negro church. We were very much impressed in the treatment and hospitality we were accorded them. On our return trip, our route * was changed many times with side trips to West Point, Niagara Falls and many other historical places. It is a trip I'm sure I shall never forget as Ihad experiences I can never forget." Dennis Hammerstrom, Minneapolis, former Burt resident, called on Burt friends on Saturday. He was an overnight guest of a classmate and family the Jerry Davis', Algona. Lions Club Sponsor Drive For Scout Equipment BURT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH BURT, IOWA Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Pastor Thursday evening, May 26- session meeting, 8 p. m.; Bible School Teachers and Helpers get together at 8 p. m. Friday, May 27-Nocommuni- cant Class; A farewell get together for the Larry Holding family beginning with a pot luck supper at 7 p. m. Program to follow. Sunday, May 29 - Worship Service - 9;00 a. m. Sunday School - 10:15 to 11:15 a. m. EJike hike for Junior Hi at 2 p.m. CTime change for 1st Sunday in June - Worship Service at lOiOO a. m., Sunday schoolat 11:15 a, m.) • Monday, May 30th - Memorial Day program will be at 10; 00 a. m. in the Burt. Legion Hall Address by Rev. Bruce Calbreath, music under the direction of Erna Grover and Mrs. Larry -Coney. -Vacation Bible school arrangement & preparation at 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 31 - Vacation Bible school begins at 8:30 a. m. Wednesday, June 1 - The circles will meet as follows; Circle A - hostess: Mrs. Ben Bahling; Devotions: Miss Neoma Junkerraeierj Bible study; Mrs. P. J. McGuirc Circle B hostess; Mrs. Honry Smith; Devotions, Mrs, Hilda Gross; Bible study, Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle. Circle C - Hostess, M rs. Wayne Dugan; Devotions: Mrs. Billy Christenson;.Bible study, Mrs. Robert Angus. Roll call, Bible verse from Jonah, Bible study Jonah in the Fish - Chapter 3 Choir practice at 7:30 p. m. Thursday , June 2 - Bible school will be held from 8:30 till 2:30 - children are reminded to bring a sack lunch for today. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH BURT, IOWA Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor Sunday, May 29 - worship service - 8:00 a, m. Church School & Bible class - 9:00 a.m. Thursday, June 2 - The ladies aid will meet at the church with hostesses, Phyllis Hanna, Roseann Gifford and Clara Reynolds. Devotions; Bible study of Amos. Topic: Psalm n Altar Flowers: Viola Cunningham, Isabella Koepke. Market basket, Patsy Elmers, Barbara Pannkuk. GOOD HOPE METHODIST CHURCH LONE ROCK, IOWA Rev, Merlin C. Davies, Pastor Thursday, May 26 - Choir rehearsal, 8:30 p. m. Sunday, May 29 - Services as follows: Sunday school f 10:00 a, m., Worship service 11;00 a. m. Sermon, "Watch Over One Another' . Dedication of Memorials and reception of members. Tuesday, May 31 - Algona Ministerial Union, 11:00 a. m. Wednesday, June 1 - District Conference at Spencer M ethodist church, 8:00 p. m. Thursday, June 2 - Good Hope W. S. C, S. meeting at 8:00 p.m. Good Hope MYF meeting at 8:00 parsonage, The older generation thought nothing of getting up at four or five a, m. - the younger generation doesn't think much of it either. BURT METHODIST CHURCH BURT, IOWA Rev. Merlin C. Davies, Pastor Sunday , May 29 - Services as follows: Worship service at 9:00 a. m. Sermon, "Watch Over One Another." Dedication of Memorials, Reception of new members. Sunday school -10:00 a.m. Tuesday , May 31 - Algona Ministerial Union, 11:00 a. m. Wednesday, June 1 -General meeting of W. S. C. S., at 2:15 pjn, Program - Genevieve Graham, Gladys Hawcott, Marian Westling. Special Dreams and Reality, Hazel Teeter. Hostesses - Hazel Larson, Ruby Hinckley, Rochelle Scott, Helen Steward, Lillian Heerdt, Grace Acker man. District Conference, Spencer M etho- dist church, 8;00 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LONE ROCK, IOWA Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor Sunday, May 29 - Morning worship - 10:00 a. m., Sunday Church school - 11:00 a. m. Youth Fellowship - 6:00 p. 'in. Friday, May 27, -Communicants class - 2:45 p. m. Tuesday, May 31 -Adult Bible Study - 8:00 p. m. Wednesday, June 1 - Choir Rehearsal - 7:30 p. m., Session meeting* 8;00p.m. VACATION CHURCH SCHOOL will te held at the Lone Rock School building, May 31 through June 4. Time: 9:00 a.m. 2:00 p. m. Classes for all ages Kindergarten through Junior High. The Burt Lions Monday night of last week voted to set up a fund to help the Boy Scout Troop purchase necessary supplies. The Lions Club is the Scouts sponsoring organization. The Lions are asking Burt residents to check their attics and garages and see If they might have some scouting equipment not being used and that they might donate or loan to the local troop. If so, they are asked to notify Scoutmaster Harley Troutman, Jr. The attendance drawing was won by Lion F. C. Soderburg. Merwin Marlow, Lone Rock furnished the program for the evening. He snowed movies he had taken of various hunting trips he had been on and also of several rodeos attended. Preparing and serving the 6:30 dinner were Legion Auxiliary members Mesdames J. L. Miller, Thecla Christensen, W. W. Boettcher, and Harlem Lacy. WHEN PLANNING YOUR VACATION - DON'T FORGET INSURANCE • Travel < • Liability McMULLEN - RACHUT INSURANCE Boat • Car • Personal Burt SPECIALS! JANE BARSLOU MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND Burt Scouts Hold Last Meeting Of Year The Cub Scout Pack meeting was held Monday evening, May 23, at 8 p. m. at the Burt school. Den 2 and Den Mother Ivy Jurgens had the opening ceremony with the Pledge of Allegiance and singing of the National Anthem. Announcements followed and Cubmaster Bernard Miller gave out numerous awards. Dale Lockwood presented the Cub Scout Charter to the representative of the sponsoring institution, the Burt Lions club. Den 1, with Den mother Mrs. McHravy, was responsible for the entertainment of the evening. This was spent in contest with all the Cubs participating. Den 3, with Den mother Mrs. Spea.jr, gave the closing, a fitting tribute to those Cubs who received their Wolf, Bear and Lion Badges. Refreshments for this last Pack meeting of the season were served by the Den mothers. f | Lay Potato Chips (Lettuce 2f 0r 29c i Hi-C Orange Drink . kJc | Pork and Beans «£* I * 39c I Kraft Miracle Whip » - We I Cake Mixes s : a : d AH K^s 3 fo J9c I Marshmallows. . 2 *, 33c Wizzard Charcoal Lighter 19c Frozen Pies'^7 3,0, $11 Starkist Tuna - *, 3«»$11 Wieners .. . . 2lbs. J9c KlinC Hamburger and Weiner I - o Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Happel, Todd and Suzanne, Humboldt, were Sunday supper and evening guests at the Al Hinckley Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Alan and Joel and Mrs. Ella Meyer attended baccalaureate services at the Lakotahigh school on Sunday evening. Steven Bierstedt, a nephew of Mrs. Ella Meyer is a member of the Lakota graduating class. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Angus and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Betty Miller and family. The first in a series of "Teen Times" sponsored by the Burt Methodist and Presbyterian churches was well attended at the Town hall on Wednesday night. 55 area youth attended. The evening started with music by the "Shy Men" , a group of Burt musicians. A film was shown and followed by group discussion. Refreshments were served by the Presbyterian young people . Heading the evening program were Rev. Merlin Davies and Rev. Bruce Calbreath. Miss Myrtle Schwietert, Des Moines, came Saturday for a few days visit with her brothers, John and Dellman and sisters Helen Schwietert and Lorena Roark. She came to attend Baccalaureate and graduation of her neice, Jane Barslou. Mr. and Mrs. George Becker and Susan and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller and Jeff drove to Peterson oh Sunday forenoon where they picked up some of the Boy Scouts who had attended the Scout Camporee held over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Lacy .spent last weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hrycay and family in Milwaukee, Wis. Mrs. Hrycay is -Mrs. Lacy's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spry have received word that their son Raymond has been promoted to SP4 Class. Raymond has spent 2 years with the army and is stationed near Kaiserslautern, Ger. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Winter arrived home this week after spending the winter in California. Red Potatoes (9c Bernie's Market Numberjlfln Service for all Car, Truck & Tractor Repair Work Reutzel's Garage Phone 924-3315 Burt PHONE 924-3614 WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS BURT A CLASSIFIEP AO WILL GET FAST RESULTS TIMES HAVE CHANGED, BUT... •* the old-fashioned qualities of depend* ability and thrift still guide us here. We're frankly conservative about investments, and protect our depositors' interest in every way ... in management, in long-range planning, with the most efficient, modern accounting. Your money is safe with us. Come in I trust your full-services Bank! Burt Savings Bank Member F.D.I.C. 32.27 MAY '66 Form 46 A R D CKW.INC. COMPLETE BUILDER'S NEEDS Nationally known brands in hardware, lumber, and an extensive garden shop all to help make your home improvements fun and easy. BURT CO-OP LUMBER DEPT. MR. FARMER: IS YOUR CORN UP SO YOU CAN ROW IT? IF SO, STOP IN AT YOUR LOCAL CO-OP AND PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR - ANHYDROUS Put your name on the list for an applica- tor or have us apply it for you. Fiscal period'ends May 31 for your elevator. Please stop in and make QEQn$*mQni* f foiy_9W9$wwh i Burt Co-op Elevator § Burt Ronald Jurgens, Mgr. 924-3241

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