The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1966 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1966
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Burt VI •• *m The Monitor Lone Rock Algona (la.) Upper DM MotrtM-S Thursday, Jun» 30, 1966 twby HlncVUy, N«w* Publithtd By Th* Uppftr D«t Moinet Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa D«nnit WdUr, Editor Burt Father, Son To Summer School-Apart BURT - School, this year Isn't a 9 month's affair for the Fred Hiltons, Burt. Mr. Hilton is returning to college this summer, after being cut for about 10 years. He will attend Bemidji State Teacher's college, Bernidjl! Minn, for 10 weeks this summer where he will be taking courses in Guidance Counseling. Mr. Hilton, graduated from the State College of Iowa, the former Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, with a Bachelor's Degree in 1933. He started work toward his Mater's Degree at Drake University in 1937, receiving his masters in 1953. During the next three years he acquired additional hours of training. During these same years he served as Superintendent of Schools for 19 years, 17 years of those included work as Athletic Director and Coach. He has served as a high school principal for 12 years - 5 years of Burt High School. The past two years he has taught Social Studies in the Burt School - where he IB returning this fall and adding to Social Studies, Guidance Counseling. Also leaving to attend two sessions of summer school is the Hilton's son Gerald, v/ho is a 3rd quarter Junior at Mankato State, where he is majoring in Biological Science, German, and Rryfiical Education. Mrs. Hilton, who will begin her 20th year of teaching this fall, Is remaining in Burt, where she is beginning her 4th summer 'as a Elimentary Summer Remedial Instructor. The Hiltons are also the parents of a daughter, Viola May, Mrs. James Trager, who with her husband and daughter Tammy reside in Des Moines. HFs. Kenneth Cook joined her 1 Bister, Mrs. Ralph Bartlett, Charles 'City and sister-in-law Mrs. George Schraeder for a (toys outing in Mason City one day the past week. Mr. and Mrs Al Hickley and Duane spent the weekend at the Larry Hickley home, Atlantic, and became acquualnted with the new daughter who made her arrival on June 22. SPECIALS! Weekend of June 30, July 1 and 2 Crescent BACON . . Ib. 49c Campfire WIENERS 2 Ib. 98c Gus Glaser, Reg. 69c ALL MEAT WIENERS Ib. 49c , Sandwich bread WONDER BREAD 4 loaves $1 Wiener or Hamburger WONDER BUNS . 2 pkg. 49c Geisha Mandarin ORANGES . . . Scans 69c Geisha Crushed PINEAPPLE Scans $1 Van Camp's PORK N' BEANS 2 cans 49c Folger's COFFEE .... Hunt's ... 2 Ibs. 49c CATSUP . Moz.btl. 3for59c REYNOLDS WRAP . . . 33c Gulf Charcoal LIGHTER ... 2 cans 49c Pillsbury Instant POTATOES 16oz. pkg. 59c Sunkist LEMONADE lay Twin Pat POTATO CHIPS . can lOc . . . . 49c Bernie's Market PHONE 924-3614 BURT WE GIVE S.& H GREEN STAMPS 2 New Arrivals Make Burt Folks Grandparents BURT - A baby girl, Cheryl Ann arrived at the Atlantic, la. hosptlal on Wednesday, June 22, to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. Hlnckley. The little miss who weighed In at 6 Ibs - 13 oz. Is the first child for the Hinckleys. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Al. Hlnckley, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand King Jr. Winchester, Tennessee. Mrs. Ferdinand King Sr. proudly accepts Cheryl Ann as her great-granddaughter. A daughter, Sharon Kim arrived recently to make her home with Wm Madsens at George, Iowa. She has two brothers and five sisters to welcome her Into the family circle. The Wm Mad- sens Burt, ar the paternal grand parents. - o Mrs. Jerry Gilford and daughter, Amy spent Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. McFarland. Lois McFarland accompanied her sister back to Ceylon for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Klooster, Algona, were Wednesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook attended an Open House honoring Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnannsen on their golden wedding anniversary, held at the Algona Methodist church on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal, Tltonka and Mrs. Ornle Shlpler and 3 children, Algona were Thursday evening visitors at the Lawrence Duege home. Mrs. Jack Trunkhlll entertained a group of ladles at her home on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Charlotte Habeger attended the open house at the new Apostolic Christian church in West Bend on Sunday afternoon. Jerry Wiener has accepted the position as the custodian at the Lone Rock grade school. He began his duties there on Thursday. He has been employed by the Robinson Construction Co. Algona for the past 10 years or more. Delbert Schaeller, Lee Dixon, and Joseph Cunningham are among the many employees at the Universal Mfg. Co. Algona, enjoying vacation this week. Mrs. Ervin Olson and four children, Harlan, la. are spending this week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook and with her brother, Pfc. Jerry Joe, who is home on a 30 day leave of duty in Germany. AH-, ana Mrs. Graver Glddings and daughters, Dallas, Texas arrived in Burt on Friday evening. Mrs. Giddings and children will visit at the parental Wm Giddings and W. Etherington homes while Grover attends Reserve Training at Camp McCoy, Wis. for two weeks. Short-Time Burt Resident Dies Suddenly BURT - Final rites for Lowell Winter, 66, a short-time Burt resident, were held at the Harpole Funeral Chapel at Spirit Lake on Saturday afternoon. Rev. Merlin Davies officiated at the services, assisted by the Rev. Trevor BaskendJle of the Spirit Lake Methodist church and the Rev. Harold James of Spirit Lake. Following the services at Spirit Lake, the body was flown to Los Angeles for burial. Mrs. Winter and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockwood and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Clark flew to Los Angeles. Mr. Winter was married to the former Elsie Lockwood, Burt, at the Burt Methodist church on Jan. 23, 1966. The couple spent the winter in California and had returned to Burt only a few weeks when he was stricken with a coronary attack on June 13 and was taken to Dickinson County Memorial hospital, Spirit Lake where he passed away while eating breakfast on Friday, June 24. Relatives and friends attending services at Spirit Lake on Saturday included Mrs. Winter's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockwood, also Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Harlem Lacy, Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson, Mrs. Don Mitchell, Mrs. Ray Dremmel and Rev. and Mrs. Merlin Davies. Lone Rockl By Mrs. A. V KruftcjeT Daniel Cotton, 4 mo, old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cotton, Spencer, Is staying at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton, while the John Cottons with Deborah and David are in Colorado for 2 weeks. John is attending the American Society Farm Manager's Summer Conference at Colorado State University, Fort Collins. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer, Algona, were Tuesday supper guests at the Melvin Meyer home, Swea City, in honor of David Meyer's 5th blrthrjpv. Mr. and Mrs. Art Sprank, Wentzville, Mo., arrived at the Ed Goche home, Bancroft, on Thurs. to attend the wedding of Walter Goche's daughter Sat. They also spent some time at the Sylvester Brace home and visited friends here. They left Friday and stopped at the Veteran's hospital, Knoxville, to visit his brother Frank. Mrs. Sylvester Brace had a birthday party for her son Jason's llth birthday Sat. and for supper inviting some of his school classmates. Dennis Rodgers, Cedar Falls, carne Sat. to the A. A. Krueger home for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Long, Tracy and Tammy, Bettendorf, came Sat. to visit the George Kissners. Mr. returned home Sunday, taking his sister, Mrs. Jerry Wibben and family, with him to visit her parents, the George Longs. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Householder, Phoenix, Ariz., and daughter, Mrs. Ruth Janson and Lynn and Craig, Lancaster, Calif., arrived at the Woodrow Pettit home Wed. for a week's visit with relatives and friends. Sunday guests at the Pettit home for dinner were the Harlan Blanchards, the John Person family, the Butch Pettit family and James and Argile. Cynthia Blanchard left Sunday for a week at Presbyterian church camp at Okoboji. Former Burt Couple Are f Con| ' o{ Honored; Married 50 Yrs. BUKT - Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker, Algona, wore the guests of honor at an open house held at the Algona V.F.W. hall Sunday. The occasion honored their golden wedding anniversary and was hosted by the couple's five children and their families. The Thees Schnackenbergs, LuVerne, the Frank, George and Harold Becker families and the Roscoe Mawdsleys, Jr., all of Burt. Approximately 150 guests were registered by Mrs. George Becker. The honoree's 13 grandchildren carried and displayed the gifts and acted as waiters and waitresses. A short prog ram was presented at 3 o'clock: a vocal solo "My Mother's Wedding Gown" by Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr., accompanied by Nancy Becker. During the singing of the song, Janet Becker modeled the wedding gown worn by her grandmother 50 years ago; a history of Mr. and Mrs. Becker's 50 years of wedded life by Mrs. Schnackenberg; the 13 grandchildren, accompanied by Evelyn Mawdsley sang an original number. Rev. Calbreath gave a prayer. A table display "Through The Years" in pictures was set up by the children. Mrs. Harold Becker served punch and Mrs. Earl Miller, Algona, presided at the coffee service. The beautifully decorated anniversary cake was served by Evelyn Mawdsley. Mrs. Oran Hudson assisted at the tea table. Kitchen hostesses were Virginia Becker and Marjorie Mawdsley. Maybelle Dunlevy and Martin Becker were married at the farm home of the groom's brother in Cresco township June 27, 1916. They set up ^usekeeplng on a farm in Cresco township, later moving to a farm near Burt. In 1934, they moved to the Claude Samson farm east of Burt where they farmed until 1954 when they retired and purchased a home in Algona. We wish to express our sincere thanks to those folks who attended our mother, Lily Bunkofske. In her last Illness; those who offered their service at the chapel, friends and relatives who favored flowers: °pd all those who assisted with work and food at coffee time. Accept our deepest appreciation. The Children: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark, Grand Meadow, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Von WaJd, Mason City, la., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dunkofske, Glendale, Calif. (50*) SUMMER SPORTS WEAR of all types BLAST* JACKETS SHORTS BLOUSES SLACKS SHIRTS JACKETS SHOES Shiplers DRY GOODS AND VARIETY Burt, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Don Arns and David, Loveland, Colo., arrived Sat. at the Doll Marlow home. James Marlow and Dennis Prlebe are on a fishing trip at Pierre, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Dennis Rodgers, Cedar Falls, and David Gade, Whittemore, attended Aldrich Presbyterian church Sunday at Minneapolis were dinner guests at Pastor Benjamin Meyer. Kermlt Krueger and Bunny Thomas were also guests. Mr. and Mrs, Leon Marlow and family, Utica, Mich., are here visiting friends and relatives until Thurs. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Taller and family arrived Tuesday at the parental Eldin Marlow home for an extended visit. They are from Stocktaa, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Don Marlow Sr., Phoenix, Ariz., arrived Wed. to visit his mother, Mrs. Clara Marlow, who resides at the rest home it Bancroft. They called on many other relatives and left Monday. Capt. Dick Edwards and family, Amarillo, Texas, stopped overnight Friday at the Roy Jensen home en route to Pipestone Mian., to visit their parents. 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. 924-3431 C. B. CHIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE aUBW^ppii ,\m*<i..>>mttv>ii*w*<v7>l*Km*Kx Price Sale! ON ALL USED CLOTHING July 5 thru July 31 Come and see our wide selection of new gift items, HOURS. 10-5 daily, open Wednesday and Saturday Niles 7 - 9, JO ANN'S USED CLOTHING Burt, Iowa Phone 924-3253 They were all supper guests of the Roger Jensens Friday even- Ing. Bancroft Youth Charged After Monday Crash A Bancroft youth, John C. Stork, 17, was charged with driving at a speed greater than conditions would allow after the car he was driving crashed two miles north of Burt on highway 169 at 7:50 p.m. Monday. The charge was filed by Deputy Sheriff Larry Hudson who Investigated and stated the auto was demolished. , Stork was headed south, the vehicle ran into water standing on the traveled portion of the highway, lost control of the car which overturned in the west ditch. The top and left rear portion of the auto were badly damaged and $50 damage resulted to a fence. Stop in at your elevator for TOP DRESSING ON 'HAYING GROUND mwwti Example of plant food needs for a high-yield hay crop: ALFALFA HAY - Acre Yield 4 tons NITROGEN - 187 Ibs. PHOSPHORIC ACID - 43 Ibs. POTASH - 194 Ibs. (Legume takes Nitrogen from the air) t SEE US TODAY I tFOR YOUR TOP DRESSING NEEDS S •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••C Burl Co-op Elevator Burt Ronald Juraens. Mgr. 924-3241 Let Us Not Forget... OUR FREEDOM CAN BE LOST! yttewm^.''^ «.( *• "-I • .AC*- , • A INDEPENDENCE DAY Today, we enjoy many freedoms as a birthright ... to accumulate the things we want, to follow a career of our choice, and, with a background of savings, to own our homes. But we must remember that our independence can be lost. Let us renew our pledge to defend our democratic heritage. BURT SAVINGS BANK RACHUT - McMULlEN INSURANCE

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