The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1966 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 16, 1966
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Burt .^^^^ jjjjtj^ The Monitor Lone Rock Mr». Ruby HtncVley, N«w* Published By the Upper Dei Meinet Publithing Co., Algond, Iowa Denn!« Waller, Editor 10-Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Meinet Thursday, June 16, 1966 150 Pay Respects At Burt Golden BURT - Over 150 relatives and friends called at the Burt Legion hall on Sunday, June 5 to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. ("Mom and Pop") Woltz on their golden wedding anniversary. On hand to register the many guests were two granddaughters, Miss LaVonne Lovstad, Stewartsville, Minn., and Miss Kathie Woltz, Fenton. Mrs. Earl Ackerman and Miss Hilda Gross were in charge of the gift table. Hostesses were the couple's three children and spouses who sponsored the open house, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lovstad, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Woltz and Mr. and Mrs. James Woltz. SUMMER SPORTS WEAR of all types SHORTS BLOUSES SLACKS SHIRTS JACKETS SHOES SOCKS Shipl DRY GOODS AND VARIETY Burt, Iowa Presiding at the punch Table was Mrs. Vern Shipler. Mrs. Lee Pratt and Mrs. Richard Simpson poured. The decorated cake was*cut and served by Mrs. Esther Miller and Mrs. Ann Rietners. Serving the ice cream was Mrs. Howard Salisbury. Kitchen hostesses were Mesdames Bernard Miller, Raymond Westling and Raymond Lovstad. Relatives attending fromadis- tance Included Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lovstad and LaVonne and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lovstad and family, all of Stewartsville, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kauffman and three children, Omaha, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Godfredson and Lyle Godfredson, Spirit Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ditzler, Fairmont. Others came from Armstrong, Swea City, Algena, Titonka, Wesley, Fenton and George, la. Laura Godfredson and Elza Woltz were married at the home of her parents, the late Chris Godfredsons, the home known as the Geo. Wessel home that has now teen torn down and replaced with a new brick home. The single ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Trltt of the Methodist church. The young couple set up housekeeping in the Grandma Hulbert home, now the Henry Manus property. After several years they moved to the Henry Sewick farm north of Burt where they farmed nine years before purchasing the Jim Stow farm east of town. Here they made their home for 33 years. Mr. Woltz retired from active farming In 1950. However, they continued to live in the house and renting out the land until You can count on us for expert service for all car, truck and tractor repair work. Reutzel's Garage Phone 924-3315 Burt GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 or C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONE BURT, RES. 924-343! C. B. CHIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE WEEKEND OF JUNE 16, 17, 18 Brown or Powdered SPECIALS! SUGAR 2*J1c Hormel BACON 'N CORN SPAM ffc CHIPS «S Robin Hood FLOUR 5 Ib. 55c )O AUU ^^ ^± WHITE POTATOES . bag 39c Express SALMON . . . 49c Delsey TOILETTISSUE . . 2 te «c| Kleenex PAPER TOWELS 39c four years ago when they purchased their present home. Mrs. Woltz is a lady who Is never idle. She has a large yard and many, many Dowers that show immaculate care. She has many hobbies. "Pop" is still very much active, too, and his friendly face is looked for each day on the streets. The Woltzs are the parents of four children. One daughter is deceased. Living are Wilfred, Burt, James, a teacher at Sentral, and Mrs. (Pearl) Lester Lovstad, Stewartsville, Minn. There are 14 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Mrs. Woltz said golden weddings are a habit in her family - "I am the fifth one of thirteen children to celebrate a golden wedding." - o - A 3/C Allen Geilenfeld, who with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Geilenfeld, formerly lived a half mile west of Burt, was recently graduated from the Medical Service School, Gunther Air Force Base, Alabama. He now is serving as a medical laboratory specialist at Dayton, Ohio. Allen was graduated from Burt high school with the class of 1963 and attended Iowa State University, Ames, for a time before entering military service. His parents now reside near Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller joined four other brothers of the former and their wives at Estherville on Saturday and all went on to Baudette, Minn, where they will spend a week fishing in the Lake of the Woods. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen left early Saturday for a 2 weeks vacation with their son, Jerry, in Canada. Jerry will leave later this month for nine weeks in Africa working with a group of "Cross Readers". Nine members of the Past Matrons enjoyed a day's outing beginning with dinner at Treloar's Inn, Ft. Dodge and a visit to the new shopping center. Enjoying the day were Mesdames J. L. Miller, Gladys Hawcott, Trella Patterson, Irma Harvey, Wayne Dugan, E. P. Fredrickson, Ray Dremmel, G. H. McMullen and Miss Lulu Hawcott. J. L. Miller, accompanied by his son Clark and grandson Tim, Tltonka, enjoyed a day of fishing on Thursday. Lutheran Aid Hosts Silver Wedding Couple BURT - Mr. & Mrs Merwyn (Jodie) Cunningham were the guests of honor at a Familv- night sponsored by members of St. John's Ladles Aid. The occasion was in honor of the Cunningham's Silver Wedding anniversary. A program presented in their behalf included, group singing, meditations by Pastor Arnold Vehllng, a reading, "What is a Silver Wedding? 1 ' by Mrs. Henry Schroeder, "Thelife History of Jodie and VI" by Mrs. Lyle Marlow, and a humorous skit "A day in the Cunningham Cafe" by a group of ladies. Mrs. Lawrence Presthus, in behalf of die Ladies Aid, presented the Cunninghams with a gift of cash. Refreshments were served from a beautifully decorated tea table. Mrs. Eugene Meyer presided at the coffee service. The Cunninghams were married in Fairmont, June 1, 1941 Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal, Titonka, called at the parental Lawrence Doege home on Wednesday. Sunday visitors at the Kate Groen home were the John Groens, Algona, and the Lee Dixons. WATER SOFTENER FROZEN PEAS Flavor-Pac V Calgon ci " 3 te c c Wiener or Hamburger Miss Ulses Of Burt To Wed In September BURT - Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ulses, Burt, announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Rosemary Sue, and Daniel N. Zaugg, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Zaugg, Algona. A Sept. 10 wedding is planned. Miss Ulses is a graduate of St. John's High School and is employed at the Burt Savings Bank. Mr. Zaugg, a graduate of Garrigan High School, Algona, served in the Navy and is a student in the College of Engineering at Iowa State University, Ames. CHURCHES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LONE ROCK, IOWA Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor SUNDAY, June 19 - Morning Worship - 9:00 a. m. Sunday Church School - 10:00.a. m. The LAYMEN'S QUARTET, of Holland, la., will give a sacred concert in our church next Sunday, June 19, at 8:00 p. m. A free will offering will be received. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone. THURSDAY, June 16 - The U. E.W. '.Circles meet as follow.s: JbElla Circle meets with Virginia Wegener, with Remain Prlebe as lesson leader. Nancy Circle meets with Floy Marlow, with Nancy Blanchard as lesson leader. Dorothy Circle meets with Dorothy Kraft, with Colleen Marlow as lesson leader. BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies Pastor. Morning Worship - 9 a.m. Sunday School - 10 a.m. SUN. JUNE 19 - Reports by Mrs. Walter Campney on W.S. C.S. Convocation at Portland, Ore. And by Jane Barslou on Citizenship Seminar - New York. WED., JUNE 22 - Fidelis Class. GOOD HOPE METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Merlin C. Davies Pastor. Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. Worship Service - 10:30 a.m. THURS. JUNE 16-8 p.m. MYF. JUNE 22 - Algona ministerial Union Leaders will plan for a Religious Census next fall. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath Pastor. Morning Worship - 10:15 a.m. Sunday School 9 a.m. JUNE 19-2 p.m . Groundbreaking Ceremony. In case of rain - ceremony will be held at 8 p.m - June 20, JUNE 21-8 p.m. - Study and prayer session. ST JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Arnold Vehling - Pastor 8 a.m - Worship Services. 9 a.m. - Sunday School. JUNE 22 - 7:30 p.m. Ele- mentry Sunday School teacher's meeting. 8 p.m. - Sunday School teacher's meeting. JUNE 18 - 19 - Zone Mission Fair - Whittemore. WONDER BUNS . 2pk9for 49c | Bernie's Market j BURT I PHONE 924-3614 WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS WHEN PLANNING YOUR VACATION - DON'T FORGET INSURANCE • Travel • Boat • Car • Liability • Personal RACHUT - McMULLEN INSURANCE Burt Fellowship Night Attendance Is Good At Burt BURT - A good crowd attended the family Fellowship Night at the Burt Methodist church on Sunday night. The Shirley circle was in charge. A pot-luck supper was enjoyed at 6:30 with ten children and four adults presenting the "Mission in the Valley." A program that included several numbers by the Mission's children's choir, directed by Mrs. White, and slides on the Mission, followed the supper. The Mission In the Valley is being sponsored by the Methodist churches of north Iowa. The evening also honored the Rev. Davies family, who have so capably served the church the past year. They were presented a cash gift from the congregation. Odey Cherlands Silver Wedding BURT - Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland are holding an open house from 2 to 5 p. m. Sunday, June 19, at St. John's Lutheran church, Burt. The occasion will honor their silvea wedding anniversary. A short program will be presented at 2:30 p. m. No invitations are being mailed, but the Cherlands wish to extend a cordial invitation to their many relatives and friends to come and enjoy the day with them. Burt Auxiliary In Good Deeds BURT - Members of the Burt American Legion auxiliary Tuesday night voted tosend$2.00 to the Elizabeth Lainson Memorial Fund for the Child Welfare Foundation. The group also packed and sent 14 dozen cookies to the Woodward State Hospital. The president also announced that the, State Convention would be held at Hotel Fort DesMoines on July 21-22, and ask Members to think about the possibility of attending. The group voted to dispense with the usual monthly sewing meeting. Hostesses were Mrs Bert Wermers & Mrs. J. S. Clapsaddle. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hawcott and son Kenneth returned last Saturday from a two week vacation on the West Coast. The Hawcotts toured many states and Vancouver, Canada. Highlights of the tour included Knott's Berry Farm, Disneyland, Las Vegas, Hoover Dam, the Grand Canyon and many famous and scenic national parks. At Briggs, Calif., they visited Mrs. Hawcott's father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Runchy. The summer library hours will begin at 10 a. m. Thursday, June 16. Stories and games for all from 4 years through 1st grade. The Story Hour will be held each Thursday from 10 to 11 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton and Mike went to Wapello on Saturday where they attended a family gathering at the parental William Hamilton home. Pvt. Donald Reutzel, Belgrade, Minn., who is on leave from duties with the armed services in Maryland, spent Wednesday and Thursday with his brother and family, the Claire Reutzels. He was accompanied back to Belgrade by his nephew, Dana Reutzel, who will spend two weeks with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Reutzel. Fred Hilton left the last of the week for Bemidji, Minn., where he has enrolled for ten weeks of summer school, majoring in guidance counseling. Daniel Zaugge, Rockford, Illinois was a Sunday dinner guest at the Ervin Ulses home. Gene Ulses, who graduated Maxima Cum Laude from the University of Dubuque on June 5, was honored at a reception at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ulses on Sunday afternoon. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Qulnten Fangman, Alma, Iowa, Daniel Zaugg, Rockford, W., and relatives from Bancroft. Saturday evening supper guests at the Harley Troutman home were Mr. and Mrs. A. Kloppen & Michelle, and Mr. and Mrs. Rich- hard St rouse. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Alan and Jack spent Sunday at Marcus, Iowa where they attended the confirmation of their niece, Rebecca Erickson. They were dinner guests at the home of Rebecca's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Erickson. Mr. Erickson and Mrs. Meyer are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Mennett Trunk- hill, spent several days visiting relatives in Minnesota. On Thursday evening they attended Commencement excercises at a Minneapolis high school where the latter's niece was among the 278 graduates. They also visited at Hinckley, Minn, and tried their luck - (which they admitted was bad) at fishing. A CLASSIFIED'AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS • CLASSIFIED: : ADS : WANTED - Upholstery and furniture repair. RAY'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP, Bancroft, Iowa. CARD OF THANKS Our fondest thanks to everyone who in anyway helped make our Silver Wedding Anniversary a day we shall always remember and cherish. An extra thanks to our children, to St. John's Ladies Aid who made the event so special to us, and to all who assisted them. Again- "Thanks" everyone. Merwyn and Viola Cunningham. (46*) FOR RENT - 50' X 75' lot for mobile home - Burt, - large shade tree - and all facilities and lot - available July 1. Mrs. Louis Scott Phone 9243645 (46*) New Men's SPORT SHIRTS . New pure silk MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS reg. $2.98 Now $1.00 . only 98c — We also have a new line of gifts — • BATMAN T-SHIRTS • CANNON TOWELS • TRANSISTOR RADIOS •CLOCKS — all new — ••••••••••*••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Ladies, ask to see our NEW line of beautiful name brand summer slacks. 30 to 35% reductions USED ELECTRIC GUITAR AND AMPLIFIER, very reasonable, • ••••• •••••••••••t«4»*«f9**«t«»ttfttft*t Hours: 10-5 daily; Saturday 7 • 9. JO ANN'S USED CLOTHING Burt, Iowa Phone 924-3253 When you think of dining dot, think of CUNNINGHAM'S CAFE. Special Sunday Dinners • Choice of 4 meats • Large delicious salads • Varied tempting desserts Perfect for Father's Day - AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES 20 different types of sandwiches, including 7 hamburgers or cheesburgers for only $1.00 Bring the children with you, they are always welcome at Cunningham's. OPEN EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK INCLUDING SUNDAY EVENINGS CUNNINGHAM'S CAFE Burt/ Iowa Lending a helping hand to farmers is our specialty. We offer long term loans at lowest rates, with pay- ments to fit your income on any pur- chase of equipment you need. Come in or call today. Burt Savings Bank Member F.D.I.C. Baler Twine MLER TWINE Revolutionary New, Plastic EASTMAN BALE* TWINE The knotless twint that resists rot, insects, moisture and rodents. Now in sup. ply at your elevator. — also — MAPLE LEAF TWINE less expensive, strong and durable to suit your baling needs. For complete feeding needs and services, consult your friendly elevator, Your problems are our concern, ***«^*»«*^^ Burt Co-op Elevator . Purt Ronald Juraens, Mgr. 924-3241 *•«••••••••••••••••«.,.•.,.....,,

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