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Burt The Monitor Lone Rock 6-Algonci (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, July 7, 1966 Published By The Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Algona, lowo D«nn!< Woll«r, Editor Burt Boy Hurt When Car And Bicycle Have Mishap nUHT - Roi;er Sardiet, 12- year old son of Mi. arid Mrs. Kenneth Sarrhet, rural Hurt, received aslk'lit concussion, larer- ations on a lei; and arm and a liadly bruised body when struck by a car driven b\Ifor-heHe;S'cntt. The new bicvrle U.'iiii; ridden t/y Hot;pr was li.idlv damaged and belonged to Uavid McFai-land. The accident uririirrf'd at the Bill Batt cornei about n \i. in. Wedriesdav. SUMMER SPORTS WEAR of all types BLAST- JACKETS SHORTS BLOUSES SLACKS SHIRTS JACKETS SHOES Shipler's DRY GOODS AND VARIETY Burl, Iowa ANNUAL MKKTI.Vi Tin; annual 1','irt ('.'••i\»-i ativ F.lev.ttui st'i'-klr Men, Mieetin •.'.ill In; held .it i! |i. in., 1- i id r. , July H, .it tlio Unit !.":'i'.;i li.ill. A drawin.'. '.vill '."• h"H .it o:U:. p. in. Mr. .Hi') Mis. Jen-. Wie,,,.; joined relative;, I"l .1 .I'll 1 . Itli weekend ')! fisliiii" .it V. 'iin.tii'., I, ike in north' 1 ] n Minii".<;»t.i. Mrs. Hieharl Kaschinettei , l/'Mars, sp"iit th<! past week it the Kichai 'I .Sti')'ise||,)inea.sMst- inr lu.'i daui'hter in 'MI in/ in!' tli> twins, Curt ,ui'l (,'hi istrii' 1 . Mrs. A. C. Hi'Tst'-'lt, I,.ik"l.i, spent I-'ri'l.iv with her Mstfi, Mrs. Kll.i M' 11 ,' i. !<i>.s"iii.ir. riv ;, li'ft i •'. pi. ni' .Jlllv 2 f')I K'K'klold, 111., '.'..."I'' .sh'' '.v;ts a .-U'-st -'I her llann , , .in'! his .lunt .ni'! TSordens Ueaturinij A COMPLETE LINE OF GRADE A DAIRY PRODUCTS 924-3387 DON REIMERS Koekfoid, nvei tli" l''"iiit!i 'it Juh weekend. Sh" i"tui in-'! (•> her wiik .it tli" Unit .viviii.-:- Itank Wednesd.r. . Mr. ami Mrs. Kav Mitchell and lour children l"lt I' ' their li'iiin at Greole\, Cnlo. th" first nf tin- work after a two-w.'ek visit v. itli her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Ja\ firali.un. Will Keepers and hisdamditci , Clara, Crescent City. Ore., Mr. ami Mrs. hob A^er, Ru.sobunc, Ore., Mr. ami Mrs. Alvin Keepers and daughter , Cylinder, were Tuesday dimi'-r ruests.it the Jay Cirahain home. Mr. ami Mrs. Hirhanl Strouso had their rnfant t'.vin babies baptized Sunday. Godparents for Curtis John v.ere F.vehu Black and Larry Kasdimittoi and Mike .;ind Carol Kasclimittoi wen: 1 baby Christine's godparents. Guests at the Stroiise home in honor of the occasion were tin? grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. REPAIR SERVICE ON CARS - TKliCkS TRACTORS Tune-lips, Au toma I ic Transmission Repair Wheol Alignment. Darrell Davis-Ownor Phone 912-1-341-1 BURTGARAGE and STANDARD SERVICE GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 or C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONE BURT, RES. 92-4-3431 C. B. CHIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE Have Mom & Dad their ;it, Burt Standard Service en; they arc FREE BATMAN DRINKING GLASS Ih each 10 gals, gas purchased BURT ^STANDARD GARAGE SERVICE Darrell Davis-Owner Mrs. Ki<"h- -f i>M <i- l >, Ml. and Ml s. R-ii'-i .n.d ;;.,ns wi.-re Tue.vl iv "vonin.- M' t;, at the Dull il'l K'idlj .home, I- ,11 <A f.'it-., -.'.her" the-, helped MJ . Ku-iij .i S'TV- his I lithd.r. i..!iiVel :, '1 -. . ]<]' I. 11 i, I.Hi ia all 1 lie. ina, I)en- vi i , f"''l'i., visited fi-om Sundav (hi ,'| h rhui sdav at the Robert 1,'lrhtel I, illl". T'lesd.i;,, the Hirhti'i:, and then /ue.sts spent the da-, and ei,j,i-,i. I a picnic at bud lies dur in/ W-irld War II. Mi . and Mrs. Paul Bey, Wash- in, t'.n, 1). C., spent over the F'.iirth '<[ Julv v.-"ekend with her parent;;, th'; J.iv Gi alianis. The l',e', ;, well, "HPiUte back to their hoiue after a stay in Colorado. Mr . and Mis. Charles Lappe and faniilv spi.-nt Sunday with their d.ML liter, Vir ; : mia Lam and lamih, Wasera, Minn'. Mi . and Mrs. Al Hinckley spent uver the .|th with their daiu'.hters and families, the Don Thomsons, Iowa Citv, and Bill Schatzs at Cedar Rapids. Thui silay supper quests at the Al ilincklev home wore James llmckle;., Vibun:;, So. D;ik., and Mr. and Mis. Gordon Happol, T'idd and S'lr/.amio, Ilumboldt. Rev. and Mrs. Henry Friedrich and familv, Marcus, spent from Tiiesd.r, throiuih Thursday at the parental Ella Mover and Rev. W. Friedrich home, Algona. Jniiiiii! 1 . the Friedricks for dinner at the homo of Mrs. Meyer Tlmrs- dav weri; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M"ver, Alan and Joel and Mr. and Mrs. En Claire Meyer, Terry and Itrenda. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Drab and children, California, arrived at the home of her' lather, Moimet Trunkhill lor a two-week visit. Mrs. Drab is the former Noreta Trunkhill. Mrs. Arlinda Hunt, Denver and Greeley, Colo., is unking an extended visit with her father, Joe Graham and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Graham. Her husband is serving with the U. S. Army. Burt Family Has Reunion Over Fourth HURT - A family gathering was held at the Jay Graham home July 3. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bey and family, Washington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. Christie Olson and family, Blooming Prairie, Minn., Mrs. Paul Limburg and baby, Missoula, Mont., Mr. and Mrs. John Emmert and family, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Graham and family, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Graham, Marshalltown, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Graham and Gary, Algona, Joe Graham, and Mrs. Arlinda Hunt, Denver, Colo. Shower Honors Bancroft Girl To Wed July 9 BANCROFT - A miscellaneous shower was held June 26 in St. John's hall for Maxine Meyer, bride-to-be of James Antoine. The afternoon was spent play- ins; 500, with Mrs. ArtDroessler winning first and Mrs. Arthur Kadow, second. Luncheon was served by hostesses: Mesdames Harold Wilhelmi, Roman Ricke, Lloyd Hutchinson, George Kissner, Delmar Fischer, Harlan Marlosv, Wa\ne Lvucli, Bob Binzen, Ernest Hutchinson, Vincent Ford, Bertha Elsbecker, Erwin Heldorfer, Lawrence Walsh, WilliamO'Don- nell, Russell Jensen, Mark Bernhard, Art Sousa, Phil Elsbecker, John Elsbecker, Harold Lampe, Bob Lynch, Paul Bernhard, Win. Bernhard, Dave Lynch, Walter Kt-nger, James Antoine, Gene Bollig, Tom Murphy, Don Sliil- lington, Jack Quinn, Bob Hutchinson, Gerald Erpelding, Jess Marlow, Leander Vaske, John McCarthy, Sam McCleish ajid Miss Joaiiita Mever. Sylvia Eden June 25 Bride TITONKA - Sylvia A. Eden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Eden, Titonka, and James M. Martin, son of Mrs. James F. Martin and the late Mr. Martin, Hock Island, Hi., were united in marriage on Saturday, June 25, at St. Pius Catholic church in Rock Island. Father George Woellener officiated at the double ring ceremony, assisted by Rev. Max Goldman, minister of the Methodist church at Forest City who gave the closing prayer and benediction. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Matron of honor was Kathy Eden, sister of the bride. Dr. Eldou Claymore of Bay City, Mich., served the groom as best man. Ushers were Gary and Greg Martin. Donald Moe, former professor of the groom, served as organist, and Murray Osborn, former voice teacher, was soloist. Following the ceremony a reception was held atTowersRest- aurant. Presiding at the guest book was Karen Eden, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Merville Grimes, Moline, 111., aunt of the groom, and Mrs. Lester Eden, Titonka, aunt of the br'.Je, cut the cake. Mrs. Rous Martin poured. Mrs. Ken Baughmm poured punch. In charge of the gift table were Mrs. Harvey Jeck and Mrs. Tirry Fouts, both of Amana, la. Guests from Titonka attending were Mr, and Mrs. Lester Eden, Brenda, Marlys and Rachael; Mr. and Mrs, Allen Eden, Karen and Larry. The couple are at home at Rock Island for the summer, and will move in the fall to Micomb, HI. The groom will be finishing college, as music major at Western Illinois University, and the bride will be teaching at Bowen, ni. Burt Calendar FRIDAY, July8-AnnualStock- holders Elevator Meeting at Legion Hall. SUNDAY, July 10 - Eastern Star - Masonic Family Picnic at Crystal Lake, 12:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY, July 13 - 8 p. m., Band Concert. 7 to 9 p. m., Library open to public. SUNDAY, July 17 - Annual Hoosier Picnic - Legion Hall at noon. CHURCHES ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor THURSDAY, July 7 - Ladies Aid Picnic - weiners, buns and drink will be furnished. Children invited. SUNDAY, July 10 - 8 a. m. Worship Services. 9 a. m. Sunday School. You can count on i>s for expert service for c!l car, truck and tracer repair work. Reutzel's Garage Phone 924-3315 Burt BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Pastor SUNDAY, July 10 - 9 a. m. Sunday School. 10:15 a. m. Worship Services. THURSDAY, July 7 - 8 p. m. Session's meeting. TUESDAY, July 12 - 8 p. m. Spiritual Life Meeting. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LONE ROCK, IA. Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor TUESDAY, July 5 - Trustees Meeting, 8:00 p. m. Adult Bible Study, 8:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY, July 6 -Session Meeting, 8:00 p. m. THURSDAY, July 7 - U. P.W. Meeting - 2:00 p. m., Program chairman - Mrs. Clarence Kraft; Topic - "Christian Witness and Service." SUNDAY - July 10 - Morning Worship, 9:00 a. m. Sunday Church School, 10:00 a. m. Be Bride Of Titonka Man In August TITONKA - Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gustafson, Sr., of Sebastopol, California, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Suezann, above, to Arlen Bilsborough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice BUsborough of Titonka. Miss Gustafson is a graduate of El MDlino High School. Mr. Bilsborough is a graduate of Titonka High School and an Engineering graduate from Iowa State University at Ames. He was recently discharged from the U. S. army and is employed by Lockheed at Sunnyvale, California. The couple plans to wed August 6th at the Sebastopol Methodist Church. HOSPITAL EWS June 25 - Dismissed: Mrs. Dennis Waller and baby, Mrs. John Golwitzer and baby, Algona; David Kollasch, Whittemore. June 26 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klepper, West Bend, girl, 5 Ibs., 9 oz.; admitted: Edward Blumer, Algona, medical. June 27 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Larry Evers, Whittemore, girl, 7 Ibs., 3 oz.; dismissed: Mrs. Merle Teeter and baby; Joy Meyer, Algona. June 28 - Dismissed: Mrs. Loren Nelson and baby; Mrs. Earl Parsons and baby; Edward Blumer, Algona; John Foreman, Bancroft; Henry Schultz, Whittemore; Nettie Fisher, Burt. June 29 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blocker, Bancroft, girl, 6 Ibs., 11 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Dewain DeRoos, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs., 3 oz.; admitted: William Liesner, Algona, medical; dismissed: AlbinSchneider, Bancroft. June 30 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McGuire, Bode, boy, 8 Ibs., 4 1/2 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Carol Adams, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Ralph Kleppert and baby, West Bend. July 1 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Doughan, Algona, girl, 8 Ibs.; admitted: Elmer Kelley, Harold Hutchins, Maribel Kain, Algona, medical; dismissed: Gerald Shea, Gulfport, Miss. July 2 - Admitted: Mrs. Margaret Fox, Mrs. Esther Diers, Bancroft, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Larry Evers and baby, Whittemore. July 3 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. David Doocy, Bancroft, boy, 7 Ibs., 9 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. David Bunkofske, Burt, girl, 7 Ibs., 8 1/2 oz.; dismissed: Mrs.Robt. Blocker and baby, Mrs. Esther Diers, Bancroft; Mrs. Dewain DeRoos and baby, Algona. July 4 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Steve Canaday, Burt, girl, 8 Ibs., 2 1/2 oz.; admitted: Darrell Becker, Bode, medical; Myron Alderson, Ralph Steinman, Algona, medical. Linde Implement Wins A-C Honor Don Shaw, Algona, Iowa (District Representative for Allis- Chalmers) announces that Linde Implement Co. from Swea City wins first place in the recent contest that just ended. Out of the eight categories in the contest Linde Implement won two—Highest volume dealer and highest increase in the Sioux City Division of Allis-Chalmers. This is quite an accomplishment over this large area which included parts of four states. NEED OFFICE SUPPLIES? We have them. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. $gfl**g«NNMK&a*^^ V-z Price Sale! ON ALL USED CLOTHING July 5 thru July 31 NEW NAME BRAND DRESSES AND SLACKS 35% to 40% OFF! HOURS: 10 - 5 daily, open Wednesday and Saturday Nites 7 • 9. JO ANN'S USED CLOTHING Burt, Iowa Phone 924-3253 ta*^X4^>^' X«K ^^ BUT WE GIVE "OLD-FASHIONED" DEPENDABLE SERVICES You can depend on us to give you well- planned financial advice. Our financial experts are always ready to give you the benefit of years of experience. Burt Savings Bank Member F.D.I.C. X I / "A R D CHECK US FOR ALL SCREENING Summertime is insect time. Buy new screens from our ready-to- hang selection ... or bring your custom sizes in. Either way . ..you'll savel BURT CO-OP LUMBER DEPT. SPECIALS! Weekend of JULY 7-8-9 ORANGE DRINK . . 3 for 89c Kobeys Shoestring Potatoes _ 2 for 35c Hershey's CHOC. SYRUP . . . 2for39c Kraft Strawberry PRESERVES . . . Jeno's PIZZA with Cheese CRISCO TIDE 12 oz. 29c . . . 39c 3 Ibs. 89c . . . 79c Tas»e-O-Sea FISH STICKS . . Butter Topp SWEET ROLLS . CHIPPED BEEF . Borden's COTTAGE CHEESE MINCED HAM . 3 for $1.00 .3 for $1.00 3 for $1.00 . ea. 20c . Ib. 49c Notice To Any Farmer Who Needs Help Walking Beans: We Have A List At The Store Of Boys And Girls Who Will Help You. Bernie's Market PHONE 924-3614 BURT ___ WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS

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