The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1966 · Page 13
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.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^gg^^^^^-g^^g^gj^p^gp^^gigji^j^i^^^^g^^gi Burt - Lone Rock commencement on Thursday. exercises at Titonka and were at the Lester Eden home in honor Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richter reception guests at the Clarence their daughter, Brenda. boys attended graduation Isebrand home for Diana, and vou tftuttdey, June J, Algona, (la.) Upp«r DM Moln«-t3 Progress Club At Portland ^ Monitor Sees Pictures Golden Wedding, June 5 PORTLAND - Portland Progress Club met May Id in the home of Ella Lamps, with Stella Wiskus assistant hostess. Roll call was answered by 14 members. Mrs. Mennett Trunkhill and Mrs. Everett Hanna were guests. Chairman Marie Parsons opened the meeting with two,, poems. After all old business was taken care of, it was decided that the club give $5 toward sending Joe Chipman to the Sunny Slope vacation camp and a picnic was planned for June 16. Flossie Bartlett and Sarah Stewart will make the coffee and furnish the dessert, the rest to bring a- hot dish, salad, sandwiches and own dishes. The dinner will be served at one o'clock. Mrs. Everett Hanna showed very beautiful and interesting pictures taken by her husband on his tour in South Anvjrica, after which lunch was sewed by the hostesses. Ethel Smith and Arlene Wood each received a gift from their secret sisters. - o Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy went to Ft. Dodge Wednesday to see her grandson, Dickie Samuelson, off to the Army. He left for Missouri where he will be stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks visited Mrs. Ruth Sparks and Dean Sunday. Mrs. Ruth Sparks has not been feeling so well. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker, Mr. and Mrs. George Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker attended baccalaureate exercises and reception at Lu- Verne for Elaine Schnakenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker arrived in time for the reception. Mr. and.Mjs.. .Ro.scpe.,Mawd-. sley, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker * spent Sunday in the Martin Becker home to help Mrs. Becker celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Zwiefel attended graduation exercises and reception in honor of Van Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Valley of Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy were Saturday evening visitors in the Harold Andreasen home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark of Britt were Sunday visitors in the Ray Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Bret were Sunday dinner guests in the P. W. Marlowhome, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy, Ben Leeck and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Grosser were Sunday supper guests in the Richard Grosser home, West Bend. Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and Mrs. Ray Fitch called at the Arnold Danielson home Friday. Mrs. Danielson was home for the day, but was going back Saturday to Rochester to be with her husband who is fighting a hard battle against an acute case ot tetanus. It was thought he was some better when it was discovered pneumonia had set in. "The seed we sow today will determine the harvest we reap tomorrow." Mrs. Holding A Junior College Grad, Em'burg BURT - Mrs. Larry Holding, Burt, was a member of the 1966 class of 25 members graduating with a two year degree from the Emmestburg Community College on Friday evening. Mrs. Holding was given the Iowa Junior College Honor Society Scholarship award, receiving a gold pin and a certificate . There is only one just award given each year. She also received the Wall Street Journal award for outstanding work in Economics. For this she received a silver medal inscribed with her name, a certificate of award and a year's subscription to the Wall Street Journal. Attending commencement exercises on Friday evening were Mr. Holding, Brenda and Vaughn and Mrs. Erich Seegebarth, Lone Rock. Sunday evening guests at the J. L. Miller home were Mr. BURT - Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Woltz, Burt, will be honored with an open house at the Burt American Legion hall from 2 to 5 p. m., Sunday, June 5, in honor of their golden wedding anniversary, sponsored by their children and spouses, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lovstad, Stewartville, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Woltz, Burt; and Mr. and Mrs. James Woltz, Fenton. No written invitations are being mailed, but the children wish to use this means of extending an invitation to all relatives and friends to call. and Mrs. D. C. Miller, Laurens, and Mr. ?jid Mrs. Clark Miller and family, Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller attended award night and Eighth grade promotion at the Titonka school. Their grandson, Tim is a member of the 8th grade class who were promoted and he and his sister Valarie were recipients of several awards. Mr. and Mrs. Harlem Lacy .^WSPWtfi^Milsauke &, fEj, ..Friday., morning where they spent "the "we'eTcend' with" their "daughter and family, the Donald Hrycays. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson, Redfield, S. Dak. visited several days with the Larry Holdings. Mrs. Holding is his daughter. LIBRARY CORNER Hurrah I 50 books new to our library from the State Traveling Library will be available this year to the summer reading club. Don't forget that Wednesday, June 1st, 2nd through 6th grade pupils may come in and get started on their reading booklets. You will also want to pick out books so you can report on them and start your way into space. You need not start on' Wednesday, but any library day you may come in to report or start your space booklet. Remember, each report must be written in your booklet before you are given credit. Sixty have signed up during National Library Week and I'm looking forward to seeing all of you sometime soon. Anyone who did not sign up or lives outside the community is very welcome to Join us also. As you adult readers get busy with summer work I certainly notice it in our circulation. We hope it won't be long before you again find time to come 'Ji. Just recently I read two interesting books that may be found in the library. "My Shadow Ran Fast" by Bill Sands was very interesting. It is the story about a man who, as a teenager, was violent, lawbreaking and a young thug. He admits this fact. After being committed to San Quenton, he reforms with the help of former warden, Clinton Duffy. The second book "Keep Calm If You Can," by Louise Hillary, is a story about a mother and father, their children, and of their 60-day journey traveling over the United States, Canada, Alaska and back to their native home of New Zealand. The entire book is filled with amusing adventures. Bluebirds Meet The regular meeting of the Burt Bluebirds 4-H club was held May J4 at the home of Becky Cranston. The upcoming achievements show was dis* cussed along with the dress review. A committee was ap» pointed for the Mother's Tea. Becky Cranston gave a dem- onstration on how to put on a collar. Marilyn Tigges demonstrated the proper.procedure to put on a button. Jean Lynch gave a talk of money manage- ement. A demonstration on brushing and hanging up clothes was given by Pamela and Cindy Soderberg. Lennice Waltman and Cheryl Coady led in games. - o- T$|*Goodwill truck will be in BuJBflune 8. This would be a good opportunity to go through closets and box up any good used clothing you no longer can use or wear and at the same time give the handicapped workers work. Empty bags may be obtained at the J. L. Miller home and filled bags returned there by June 7. Members of the junior Girl Scouts will meet at the city park immediately following Bible school on Thursday, where they will work clearing flower beds, etc. "Buddy Poppies" were sold on Friday and Saturday in Burt. Mrs. Marie Bahnson was chairman in charge, assisted by Ann Lavrenz, Susan Becker, Carol and Cindy Sill, Cindy Cranston, Margaret Devine, Barbara Batt and Charlene Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Winter arrived in Burt the first of the week after spending the past several months in California. Mrs. Winter is the former Elsie Lock wood. Audrey Lappe, a student at a Mason City School of Beauty spent Wednesday night at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lappe. Sunday evening guests at the Merwyn Cunningham home following baccalaureate services were David Brown, Gruver, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Herrick and Mrs. Betty Miller. The Burt Town Hall was the scene of a Brownie Girl Scout "Fly-up" Thursday after school. Mothers of the Brownies and junior Girl Scouts were special guests. Brownies to "Fly-up" to junior Girl Scouts were Vicky Gifford, Vickie Haase, Kim Troutman, Cathy Sill, Helen Meyer and Brenda Holding. A program was presented which included presentation of the colors by Sharon Patterson, Cathy Sill, Cindy Sill and Kim Troutman; presenting of original skits to earn health aid badges by the three junior Scout patrols, a game and song routine by the Brownies and the display of their hobbies which earned collector's badges for Carol Sill and Cindy Patterson, and the awarding of badges by Scout leader, Mrs. Russell Patterson. Mrs. Loretta Waltman spent the past week at the home of her sister and family, the Glee Bullocks at Milton. While there she attended baccalaureate and commencement services at the Milton high school.' Roger Bullock was a member of the graduating class. Max Shipler and David Harms spent from Thursday to Sunday with the Bullocks and attended SUMMER SPORTS WEAR of all types SHORTS BLOUSES SLACKS SHIRTS JACKETS SHOES SOCKS Shipler's DRY GOODS AND VARIETY Burt, Iowa 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, Planning to take a vacation? Stop in and see us about handling your feeding needs while you're gone, Burt Co-op Elevator Burt Ronald Juraens, Mgr. 924-3241 Choice Beef Sale? Whichever side you get ... if II be choice! Top Quality Cardinal Choice Beef STEAK Lb. Delicious Cardinal Delicious Cardinal ^^^ JL MINUTE STEAK "69* Cardinal's Finest CLUB STEAK U 69* Swandown Cake Mixes Your Choice each 19* Brown or Powdered SUGAR box Monarch chunk style TUNA 29* HAMBURGER DILLS . qt. 39c Mandalay crushed. PINEAPPLE Charmin Luncheon NAPKINS Soz.tin IDc . 60 ct. IDc Real Gold ORANGE DRINK 6 oz. tin IDc Monarch's finest PEAS. . .303tin 5for$t Pillsbury Buttermilk Biscuits pkg. SARDINES Philadelphia Cream Cheese 1 ;; 10 Monarch Frozen Strawberries 2Pkg. Monarch Vets PJf Dog Food - Pork & Beans Book Matches 50 pocks ^^^w ^^B^^ ^WBHI^^

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