The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1966 · Page 9
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^JHBBMIfc ^ .^M^k. me Monitor thuitday, August 11, 1966 Algona, (la.) Upper D«t Mo!n**<-9 Lone Rock Publlthtd ly Tht Upper Dei Mointt Publi.hlng Co., Algona, Iowa Dcnnit WolUr, Editor Burt' See \\ MRS. MF-T Mrs. M':<:i. is UK; Kepni.ii. the off ],-...> . ! Rai.sc.'l on . Mrs. Hi'i •• i Woden Hivli '.. Hamilton j.i:i -,[ City. She was employed ntonka Savings Bank for is. She married Gerald .. i 'A'nrlrl War n veteran if.. Tlioy farmed for several h the Titonka area and liul'sr worked at the I invator and Bank. • '•'•'<'. the Hubers moved to i . uirfir Burt. Mr. Huber TVHV in 1963. A son, . is i junior at Burt High : Mrs. Huber is a mem- •.! the Methodist church and 'iipioyorj at the Burt Co-op Scout Fete Family caving Burt I"'KT -- Mr. and Mrs. Pat "'!•'V, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ui: and Supt. and Mrs. Bruce " f <m were hosts at a bar• supper at the Bradley home ill: Scouts and their parents '' us'i.iy evening. 1 n i'.tu."its are taking turns ;::, !.iiu summer to entertain '.-70 t^'nn, -^CPVH YOU- NOW TWO ?:M'.'.,;tf!--,'CED SERVICEMEN: FWHOPPUS, BURT Over 20 years of appli- j once service. • >•!> icic -rntors, freezers, ranges, ',!:!. •!:•;(-.!• ont j rnilk coolers. - MONARCH Over 20 y? m :, ' once service v .-in; Hardware We lOrinir Washer.', Jry I ARE) WARE : ;>. IOWA 'V ING <'y !Q understand ''• resrful future is •.' i, the time to 1 ! ••r:!-.!:icj connec- : -ojii.high bank Mi semi-annually. :• ' \-:} gs Bank v& f < r.D.i.c Burt Story Hour Party The summer Story Hour for children, ages 4 through first grade, held the past two months at the Burt Library, came to a fitting close with a party Thursday. An average of 40 children attended the Story Hour conducted by Mrs. Dean Mcfllravy, librarian, and assisted by Mrs. Ellwyn Stenzel. Forty-nine children were registered. Those attending the party Thursday are shown In these pictures. the Cub Scouts, thus relieving the Den Mothers for a short time. The gathering was also a farewell for the Dean Mclllravys, who are moving to Norwalk August 11. Mrs. Mclllravy was a Den Mother and her husband acted as a Den Father. A rug was presented to the Mc- lllravys with the following inscription: "Remember when you shake out the dirt, All the little "Cubs" you left at Burt. We wish you success and happiness, too, In your new home and in whatever you do." Burt Auxiliary Holds Memorial For Member BURT - The regular m onthly meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held at the hall Tuesday evening, Aug. 3, with Helen Wermers, Leona Lacy and Beth Miller as hostesses. A memorial service was presented in memory of Mrs. Nellie Clark, a former member who passed away during the past year. The membership committee, Elva Boettcher and Thecla Christensen, announced the names of the following new members: Betty Cranston, Florence Spear, Inez Bergman and Erna Grover. The unit has now met its quota of 37 members. Members voted to dispense with a sewing meeting during August. The county Auxiliary met Aug. 9 with the following new officers presiding: Mrs. Eugene Harson, Lone Rock, president; Mrs. Dwight Garrett, Titonka, vice president; and Mrs. Harold Holmgren, Lone Rock, secretary. - o - BACK TO COLLEGE Fred Hilton, who returned to college for the first time since receiving his master's degree 13 years ago, was named to the Dean's list for the first session of summer school at the Bemidji State Teachers College. Mr. Hilton, a member of the Burt school faculty, is taking courses in guidance counseling for ten weeks this summer. - o - FIREMAN'S PICNIC Members of the Burt Volunteer Fire Department enjoyed their annual family picnic at Fairmont Sunday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shlpler and their guests, Mrs. Doris Holtopp, Pomeroy, and Carl and Glenn Westling, Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton and family; Mrs. N. C. Rias and Tony, Fort Worth, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mclllravy and family and his mother, Mrs. Charles Mclllravy, Orient, la.; Mr. and Mrs. George Manus; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Manus and family; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spry and family; and Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Miller, Gregg and Jeff. - o - •(•• ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN (' Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor SUNDAY, Aug. 14 - 8 a. m., Morning Worship with Rev. James Vehling, guest pastor. 9 a. m., Sunday School. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Pastor SUNDAY, Aug. 14 - 9 a. m., Sunday School. 10:15 a. m., Morning Worship, Rev. Relners, Lakota, guest pastor. BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin Davies, Pastor SUNDAY, Aug. 14 - 9 a. m., Morning Worship. 10 a. m., Sunday School. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin Davies, Pastor SUNDAY, Aug. 14-9:30 a. m., Sunday School. 10:30 a. m., Morning Worship. MONDAY, Aug. 15 through Aug. 19 - W.S.C.S & M.Y.F. operate a food stand at the Kossuth County Fair. Patronize them. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Steward, Madrid, spent the weekend at his parents, the Walter Stewards. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen were called to California the past week because of the serious illness of her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Batt, Howard, Jr., Barbara, Cheryl and David spent from Monday to Thursday at Cedar Lake near Faribault, Minn. They were Thursday overnight and Friday guests of his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Batt at Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller and family, Runnemeade, N. J., spent Saturday at the James Fredrickson home at Rockwell. Mrs. Doris Holtapp, Pomeroy, and two nephews, Carl and Glenn Westling, Humboldt, are spending this week at the Vern Shipler home. The ladles are sisters. 'Mrs. Shirley Meyer and Mrs. Charles Spry entertained' at a -farewell toffee on Moiiaayhi'qirn- " ing ' for Mrsi Dean Mcfliravy. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mitchell and Rhonda, Des Moines, spent Saturday night and Sunday at the parental Don Mitchells. Mrs. Charles Mclllravy, Orient, la., is spending this week at the Dean Mclllravy home. She came to assist her son's family with the moving. Rev. Henry Friedrich and three children spent several days the past week at the home of Mrs. Ella Meyer while Mrs. Friedrich was attending the LWML Convention at Walther League Camp, Okoboji. Members of the band and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Espe enjoyed the bands' annual outing at Arnolds Park on Thursday./ Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton were her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Coffin and family and Joe Drinkwater, Milwaukee, Wise. Mrs. Trella Patterson spent Sunday with her son and family, the Russell Pattersons. Mrs. Alice Anderson, who made her home with Mrs. Helen Johnson for six years prior to entering the Good Samaritan Home in Algona several months ago, passed away early Saturday morning. Final rites for Mrs. Anderson, 91, were held at McCullough's Funeral Chapel at 2 p. m. on Monday with burial at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener spent from Thursday through Sunday at Vilard, Minn., where they enjoyed fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms and family were Sunday supper and evening guests at the James Droegemoeller home, Fairmont, In honor of Mr. Droegemoeller's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Eu Claire Meyer, Brenda and Terry were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ella Meyer. Terry and Brenda stayed with their grandmother while their parents attended the 3-day tour to Kansas City, sponsored by the Burt Cooperative Elevator. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Hamstreet, Texas, arrived in Burt the past week for an extended visit with friends. The Ham- streets are at home in an apartment in the Burt Hotel and would be happy to have their friends call. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Meier and family, Tacoma, Wash., spent the past week visiting relatives and friends in Burt and vicinity. Mr, and Mrs. Alvin Baumgard and Joyce attended a Kutzback family reunion at Worthington, Minn, on Sunday. There were about 30 attending from St. Paul, Minneapolis, Round Lake, Brewster and Reading, Minn., and Burt. Weekend guests at the home of Mrs. Char Habegar were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Crow and five children, Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Furst, Humboldt. They were joined in the evenings and on Sunday by the Duane Habegars of Lone Rock. Mrs. Edythe Saucke, Wells, Minn., and Mrs. Percy Bartelt, Waldorf, Minn., spent from Tuesday through Thursday with Uieir .. ' feister *Ha husband; 1 Mr. amf Mrs. <• "AYHinckley. On Wednesday,'the ladies, accompanied by Elda Baas, Whittemore, called on relatives at Algona, Whittemore and West Bend. Saturday and Sunday guests at the Al Hinckleys were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brandt, Wells, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman, Kim, Laura and Joe Sunday evening guests. Walter Steward arrived home on Wednesday, where he is recuperating, following five weeks of hospitalization and major surgery at Mason City. Mrs. Fred Hilton spent the past week at Rochester, where she entered the Mayo clinic for a check-up. Mrs. Dean Mclllravy war honored at a farewell coffee at the home of Mrs. Axel Carlson on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. John Geesman assisted Mrs. Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Westling, Barnum, spent the weekend at the Ray Westling and Vern Shlpler homes, Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Westliags were the Clarence Westllngs, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shlpler and Dennis Shlpler. Burt Calendar OF COMMUNITY EVENTS SATURDAY, Aug. 20-Aconv- plete close-out auction of equipment and supplies at Burt Garage and Standard Service at 7:30t>. m. 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 SPECIALS! WEEKEND OF AUGUST II, 12,13 POPSICLES .... 6forl9c Blue Rib OlEO Slbs. $1 . Ib. 49c . . 79c GVJ» Glaser MINCED HAMS 18-22 Ibi. WATERMELON . . Geisha Mandarin Oranges 4 cans 89c Real Gold Orange FRUIT JUICE BASE . 4 cans $1 Campbell's TOMATO SOUP . 4 cans 49c P'iiiib'u'ry .White Angelfood Cake Mix box 49c Hand/wrap CLING PAPER . . . roll 29c Kleenex PAPER TOWELS . . roll 39c HORMEL SPAM . . can 54c Bernie's Market PHONE 924-361 4 BURT WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS You can count on us for expert service for all car, truck and tractor repair work. Reutzel's Garage Phone 924-3315 Burt THANK YOU... I would like to take this opportunity to thank all my friends for six wonderful years as the owner of the Burt Garage & Standard Service. I have decided to accept a promising position with an equipment firm and am therefore selling my business. My wife and I would like to express our sincere gratitude for all the business, friendliness and hospitality Burt has shown us. We are happy to remain residents of Burt, so this is just a "thank you" - not a "good-bye," Darrell and Marlene Davii BURT GARAGE & STANDARD SERVICE SALE - 20% OFF - On all women's and children's sportswear, slacks, shorts, pedal pushers, ladies' and girls' gowns and pajamas, sleeveless blouses. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I - 25% OFF Men's and boys' short sleeve sport shirts, blast jackets and summer jackets. ••••••••••••••«••••••••••••••••••••* - '/z PRICI - All children's and girls' swirnsuits, L DRY GOODS & VARIETY BURT, IOWA

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