The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1966 · Page 9
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Burt The Monitor Thursday, July 14, 1966 Algona, (la.) Upper Det Moin«t-9 Lone Rock Mrs. Ruby Hinckfey, Newt Published By The Upper Dei Moines Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa Dennis Waller, Editor Annual Election Names One New Man; Tour Planned BURT - The annual Burt Cooperative Elevator stockholder's meeting was held at the Legion hall on Friday night with election of directors and annual reports given. Merlin Madsen was elected to fill the place of incumbent Dean Andrews who had served on the board for 12 years and chose not to be re-elected. Elwyn Stenzel, whose term also expired, was '.<i-elected. Other member* ^ the board are Glenn Teeter, Russell Patterson, Earl Shipler, Jesse Harms and Raymond Walker. Offices on the board will again be filled by those of last year: Elwyn Stenzel, president; Glenn Teeter, vice president; and Russell Patterson, secretary-treasurer. Duane Habeger was the winner of the $25.00 bond given away. Featured speaker of the evening was Ken Nielsen of the C. C. A. in Kansas City. Nielsen, who.has been with the C. C. A. for the. past 15 years, informed those in attendance of the operational activites of the association. Representatives from the Iowa Farmers Grain Dealers, and the Boone Valley Cooperative also attended. Winners of prizes given away at the meeting were: Don Weber, Don Strayer, Mrs. Bob Woods, Mrs. Walt Riedel, Mrs. Cliff Lovstad, and Howard Sigsbee; Mrs. Delmar Angus, Mrs. Wayne Mann, Ben Lampe, W. J.. Stewart, . ^rwin_.yises and Ervin Elmers; Tom Ulses, Alvin Andreasen, . Mrs. C. W. Heerdt, Howard Salisbury, Michael Scott and Mrs. Helen Vogel; Mrs. Edna Cruikshank, Mrs. Andy Beh- • rends, Mrs. Henry Smith and. Arie Dittmer. Ron Jurgens is manager of the • local Burt Coop. He is. assisted . by Dorene Pettit. Roger Chafee ' is manager of the lumber department, Larry Manus is assistant manager of the Elevator, and Mertle Huber is bookkeeper. A guided 3-day bus tour to the Consumer's Cooperative in Kansas City is being planned by the Burt Cooperative Elevator. Anyone wishing to go will have an opportunity to tour the C. C. A. facilities. One evening will be spent at either a major league ball game or the cinerama. Interested persons should con- . tact the personnel at the Elevator. Burt Auxiliary In Installation Elevator Meeting Held Of Officers BURT - Mrs. W. W. Boettcher was Installed as president of the Burt American Legion Auxiliary at their regular monthly meeting Tuesday night. Other officers installed were Mrs, Wallace Hawcott, vice president; Mrs. Thecla Christensen, secretary; Mrs.RayMc- Whorter, treasurer; Mrs. Celia Scott, chaplain; Mrs. Harlem Lacy, sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. Gladys Hawcott, historian. Mrs. J. 'L. Miller, Mrs. Bert Wermers and Mrs. H. Lacy are on the executive board. Installing officer was Mrs. J. L. Miller. Following installation standing committees for the year were announced. Members of the Auxiliary served lunch at the annual Elevator meeting Friday night. Appointed to prepare and serve the Lions Club dinner were Mesdames Ray McWhorter, Wallace Hawcott, Roger Scott and O. H. Graham. Hostesses for Tuesday's meeting were Marie Bahnson and Genaveve Spry. Burt Bluebird! Burt Blubirds 4-H club held their meeting at the home of Cindy Faber on July 9. Achievement day and our dress revue were planned, for July 26th at 1:30 p.m. The public is invited. Burt Go-Cart Racer Winners Four young Burt men who are rapidly gaining fame as the top go-cart racers in the area pose with their souped-up carts: (L to R) Max Shipler, Boyd Shipler, Claire Reutzel, and David Harms. These four have been bringing home trophies and cash prizes from the races regularly. July 4th proved to be a big day for them as they captured the major share of the holiday winnings. Go-cart races are held each Friday night at the County Fair Grounds in Blue Earth. Bears Post 9-5 Record <l The Burt Bears wound up a very successful 1966 baseball season, finishing with a 9-5 record after a 7-0 loss to Algona in the Sectional Tournament semi-finals at Algona Monday night. Seven seniors are on the squad - and all were starters for Coach Al Kloppen. They are shown in the front row above, left to right, Phil McFarland, Doc Cunningham, Doug Black, Joe Fries, Bob Lovstad, Jim Redemske, arid Robert Ortman, with Boyd Bristow, a junior at the right. In the back row, left to right, Coach Al Kloppen, Wayne Lavrenz, Brad Cranston, Harold Lavrenz, Howard Batt, Bob Ruhnke, Clint Patterson and Tom Lappe, manager. Three of the Bears' five losses were to the Bulldogs by scores of 19-0, 6-0 and 7-0. Congratulations to Coach Kloppen and the Bears for a fine year. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Britt, and Wm. Christenson spent July 3 at Sleepy Eye, Minn., where they met the Ronald Christenson family and had a picnic dinner together. Jean Christenson, Belgrade, Minn., returned home with the Lone Rockers for an extended visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. diet Alme, Ottosen, and grandchildren, Lauri and David Madsen, Sheffield, and Mr. and-Mrs. Gordon Blanchaid and family called on Mrs. Maude Blanchard Sunday. Kathy Patterson gave' a talk and Sharon Tigges and Cindy Patterson gave demonstrations. Diane Person and Cindy Faber reported on the district 4-H camp at Clear Lake which they attended. Marine From Lone Rock Has Visit At Home LONE ROCK - Frank Mueller, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Mueller, who has spent 4 mo. in boot and special training in San Diego, Cal. and Camp Pendelton, spent 3 weeks at home en route to Camp Lejuene, No. Car. , where he will receive more training in the Marines. __,_ Q Tr _ Mrs. Georga Marlow, who has purchased a home next to her daughter, the George Kissners, has moved in. The Roger Longs, who vacated the home, have purchased a home in Algona where he will be a custodian at Bryant school. Angus Cotton Jr. and son Angus Cotton 111, Bethesda, Md., were 4th of July guests at the home of the Angus Cottons. Jerry Newbrough, Oak Park, HI., came for a few days visit at the home of his parents, the L. Newbroughs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chestnut- wood and children left Friday after visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Art Priebe, for Denver, Colo. At Denver, they will visit Mrs. Chest- nutwood's sister, Mrs. Layton Behne. Rev. and Mrs. Bullock and Le Roy Bras attended Synodical at Ames Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger attended Wednesday. Dennis Rodgers returned to Cedar Falls after spending about 10 days at the A. A. Krueger home. Gary Rath is home after spending a week at Glendon, teaching in a Bible School. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rath and Cindy attended the Bible School program, Friday evening at Glendon. The A. A. Krueger, E. A. Lee, Melvin Meyer family Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Neswald, LIBRARY CORNER Mrs. Dean McHlravy, Librarian Here we are in the last month of our summer reading club and story hour. Five reading rockets are now in orbit, and one gal has her second rocket on its .way up. Kids, you can still be winners. Many prizes will be given at the end of the season. Will you get one ? STORY HOUR We have had 40 boys and girls each Thursday morning ready to listen when "Story Hour" rolls around. We are happy to welcome any visiting children each Thursday. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle has presented some most welcome and needed book shelves to the Burt Library. These are already in 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 place K'lieath the '• iiulov.s .uul .in- filled with K-oks for children fp>m kindergarten thn>u."h 2nd a.uie. Our thanks to you, Dr. Cl.ipsaddle. More nc'.\ books are arrivim: (•adi wec'k and now during hat weather - why not sit and relax with A good took ? •••••••••••••••a • CLASSIFIED; : ADS : •••••••••••••••I FOR SALE - 71 x 200 ft. lot in Burt. Water and sewer. H.H. PKTKK.nurt.(f>3-f.:.-"*) CHURCHES ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vchling, Pastor 8 A. M. - Morning Worship Services. 9 A. M. - Sunday School. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calhreath, Pastor FRIDAY, July in •- 8 p. rn., Presbytery, Ames, la. SUNDAY, July 17 - 9 a. m., Sunday School. 10:15 a. in., Morning Worship Services. WEDNESDAY, July 20 - 2:15 p. m. U. P. W. - Hostesses, Mesdames Hoy Kingsdorf, J. G. Clapsaddle, George Becker. BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin Davies, Pastor 9 A, M. - Morning Worship. 10:00 A. M. - Sunday School. WEDNESDAY, July 20- W. S. C. S. Circle Meetings. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Lone Rock, la. Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor SUNDAY, July 17 - Morning Worship - 9:00 a. m. Sunday Church School - 10:00 a. m. REPAIR SERVICE ON CARS - TRICKS TRACTORS Tune-lps, Automatic Transmission Repair Wheel Alignment Darrell. Davis-Owner i'hone UIM-3'IH BURTGARAGE and STANDARD SERVICE Burt Calendar OF . COMMUNITY EVENTS SUNDAY, July 17 - Annual lioosier Picnic - Legion Hall. WEDNESDAY, July 20 - Band Concert. SUMMER SPORTS WEAR of all types BLAST- JACKETS SHORTS BLOUSES SLACKS SHIRTS Shipler s JACKETS y DRY GOODS AND VARIETY Burt, Iowa You can count on us for expert service for all car, truck and tractor repair work. Reutzel's Garage Phone 924-3315 Burt THREE DAY BUS TOUR TO KANSAS CITY MONDAY - TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8, 9, 10 sponsored by the Burt Co-op Elevator and your Regional Co-op C.C.A. I comfortable transportation I delicious meals i top-hotel lodging i big entertainment ft very educational — $10 per person or $15 per couple COMPLETE DETAILS AT Burt Co-op Elevator Burl Ronald Jurgent, Mgr. 924-3241 CARD OF THANKS Words cannot adequately express 'our deep appreciation for the many kind and sympathetic acts that came to us during Lowell's hospital!zatlon and at the time of our recent bereavement. Mrs. Lowell Winter, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lockwood.andMr. and Mrs. Arnold Clark. (53*) BUT WE GIVE "OLD-FASHIONED" FffffNDir SERVICE IN BANKING Since its founding, (his bank has grown tremendously and will continue to provide a full range of services. Bank where your money is handled safely by friendly people. Burt Savings Bank Member F.D.I.C. V* Price Sale! ON ALL USED CLOTHING July 5 thru July 31 I NEW NAME BRAND DRESSES AND SLACKS I 35% to 40% OFF! HOURS: 10 • 5 daily, open Wednesday and Saturday Nites 7-9. JO ANN'S USED CLOTHING i Burt, Iowa Phone 924-3253 i Mil MM Ml Weekend of July 14, 15, 16 Armour SUMMER SAUSAGE Armour COOKED SALAMI CRESCENT BACON Del Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL . Tendersweet Early JUNE PEAS . . . Kraft's VELVEETA CHEESE Kraft, Squeeze bottle MUSTARD . . . Pillsbury ANGELFOOD CAKE MIX . . . Adams ORANGE JUICE . Swiftening SHORTENING . . Sandwich WONDER BREAD . . Ib. 69c . Ib. 69c . Ib. 49c 4 for 89c 3 for 49c 2 Ibs. 98t 2 for 39c . . 49e 5 for $1.00 3 Ibs. 79c 4 for $1.00 Bernie's Market PHONE 924-361 4 WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS 1 Ite IT''-

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