The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1966 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1966
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Burl Man And Family To Live D 4 Years Japan D rt The Monitor Thursday, August 25, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper Oe» Moin6*-7 Lone Rock BURT - Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney left early Saturday morning for Denver, Colo., where they will attend the National Association of Animal Breeders annual convention. Mr. Campney Is attending as a delegate from the Consolidated Breeders Cooperation with headquarters at Anoka, Minn., where he serves as a member of the executive board. They will be gone a week. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Will Gardner, Moravia, la., and Mrs. Charles Gardner, Spokane, Wash., spent the weekend at the home of his Sister, Mrs. Etta Holdren and With the Wallace Hawcotts. Mrs. Holdren accompanied the trio to Moravia on Monday where she will spend a week visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Al Kloppen and Michelle, Jewell, la., called on Burt friends one day the past week. Bill Batt and Mrs. Betty Miller and family arrived home Sunday evening, after a week's visit with their sons and brothers, the Darrell Batts, Ft. Campbell, Ky., Robert John Batts, Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., and the Harold Batts at Dubuque, la. Rev. and Mrs. Bruce Calbreath and children arrived home Friday night from a three week's vacation spent at Cross Lake, Minn. Mrs. Ruby Htrickfoy, N«wt Published By the Upptr 0** Moincs Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa Otnnit WalUr, Editor Burt Faculty Of 22 Will Guide '66-'67 School Year BURT - School will begin at the Burt Community School on Monday, August 29 at 8:30 a. m. This will be a full day of school and hot lunch will be served at noon. Bus drivers will reverse their routes from last year and they will notify their patrons of the approximate time that the children will be picked up. Books will again be on a rental basis. Instead of charging 50? per month for the afternoon lunch, the school will charge $3.00 for the entire year. This will eliminate a count each day and minimize paper work. Low cost accident insurance policies will be available to all students on an optional basis. Students in grades 7 through 12 are requested to go directly to the gymnasium upon reporting to school on August 29. There is still a vacancy in the Science Department. However, Supt. Bruce Cranston has been assured that if the position is not filled by the time school COMPLETE APPLIANCE SERVICE -TO BETTER SERVE YOU- NOW TWO EXPERIENCED SERVICEMEN: DWIGHT GARRETT Over 20 years of appliance service with Beed Hardware. RAY HOPPUS, BURT Over 20 years of appliance service. We repair all brands refrigerators, freezers, ranges, washers, dryer, air conditioner and milk coolers. :.V. : -"•.. i-Vft*«:-f „ ' ' > . . ^.~.:.\2a*&i ><* V FRIGIDAIRE * MAYTAG - MONARCH APPLIANCES BEED HARDWARE lITONKA, IOWA Phone 928-2127 He can help you plan a secure future I If you're looking ahead to retirement ' call The Man from Equitable. He'll show you how an Equitable annuity can give you a regular income every month —without fail—for as long as you live. It's a safe, worry-free investment with a substantial portion of the income exempt from Federal Income Tax. Find out why more people have come to Equitable for annuities than to any other company. Call The Man from Equitable, Dale W. Loekwood Burt - Phone 924-3219 THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES Home Office; 1285 Avenue of the Americas, New York 19, N. Y AUTOREPAIRS MUFFLER SERVICE JJefpre q blow-out occurs, or the deadly leaking fumes get to you, visit us. Expert muffler repairs! Installation service is our specialty. Reutzel's Garage Phone 924-3315 Burt starts, a qualified teacher in this vicinity will accept the position. The faculty at the Burt Community for the 1966-67 year is as follows: Bruce Cranston, superintendent ; Dean James, high school principal, social studies; Fred Hilton, guidance director, social studies; Mrs. Deanna Campbell, home economics, chemistry; Mrs. Connie Espe, English, speech, dramatics; Mrs. Erna Grover, foreign language, vocal music; Paul Espe, instrumental music; Harley Hansen, math. Thomas Herrick, commercial; Larry Coney, industrial arts, physical education, girls' coach; Richard Strouse, junior high science, physical education, head coach; Waldo Kruse, junior high language, arts, assistant coach; Mrs. Charlene Brace, junior high math, junior high social studies; Miss Ellen Stock, remedial language arts; Mrs. Marie Wilson, art; Mrs. Janice Troutman, 6th grade; Mrs. Neoma Thompson, 5th grade; Mrs. Myrle Dutton, 4th grade; Mrs. Esther Hilton, 3rd grade; Mrs. Betty Eilders, 2nd grade; Mrs. Marlene Stenzel, 1st grade; and Mrs. Sybil Dangelser, kindergarten. Bus drivers are Vern Shipler, bus #1; Robert Hamilton, bus #5; John Smidt, bus #2; and Merwyn Cunningham, Sr., bus .#4. Custodians, same as last year, are Howard Batt, Sr., and Paul Hasse, In charge of the hot lunch program are Mrs. Mildred Mescher, head cook; Mrs. Esther Schrader, cook; and Mrs. Betty Jean Miller, cook. Secretary to the superintendent is Madonna Vogel and Mrs. 0. H, Graham is secretary to the school board/ Delegate To Breeder Co-Op BURT — Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller took their son, Lawrence, and family to Minneapolis, where they boarded the plane that took them to California, where they visited a short time, going then on to Hawaii for a few days vacation. They left Hawaii on Monday on the last leg of their trip that took them to their new home in Tokyo, Japan. The Millers will live in Tokyo for at least four years where he will be employed with the R. C. A. Co. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, Leland, la., were Friday afternoon callers at the home of her brother, the Walter Stewards. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schatz and Kevin, Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend at the parental Al Hinckley home. Descendants of the late John Krohnberg family held their annual reunion at the Faribault county fair grounds at Blue Earth on Sunday. Kossuth residents attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas and family, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. John Kettelson, Algona, Elda Baas, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. AlHlnckely, and Duane. Others attended from Cedar Rapids and Lakota, la., and Hutchinson, Owatonna, Kiester, Wells, Blue Earth and Guckeen, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Steward and family, Phoenix, Ariz., visited the past week at the parental Walter Steward home. The Stewards were enroute from Phoenix to Royal Oak, Mich, where they will make their home. Lester will teach science in the Royal Oak school system. His wife, an English major, will con- tinue her education at the college there on a scholarship grant. Joining the Lester Stewards on Sunday at the home of their parents were the Roger Stewards, Madrid, la., and the Ray Millers of Estherville. Amanda and Minnie Looft, Ft. Dodge, and Mrs. Emma Rasmussen, Renwick, spent Saturday and Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Anne Reimers. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis "Mick" Hammerstrom of Minneapolis, spent Sunday calling on Burt friends and attended the open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds. 175 Honor The Carl Reynolds, Wed 40 Years BURT - Approximately 175 relatives and friends joined Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds on their 40th anniversary open house and helped to make it a very memorable day for them. The centerpiece was presented to the couple by their sons, Gary of Los Angeles, and Carol and family, Hot Springs, Ark. A godson, Marlin Struecker, with the Marines in No. Carolina, wired a corsage and boutonniere to Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds. Greeting the guests were Gary Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hammerstrom, Minneapolis. Dining room hosts were the Odey Cherlands and the Werner Strueckers. A short program, with Mrs. R. H. Willrett in charge, was presented. Taking part in the program were Mrs. Willrett, Pastor Vehling, Mrs. Jack Tieman and Theresa, Mrs. Johnny Harms and daughters Dixie, Debbie and Deanne, and Mrs. Charles Kline. Dipping punch were Mrs. Terry Struecker, Rutland, and Mrs. . ,,Cje.orge, Bellinger, Madisonj ; Wiser v, presiding "at the coffee;? service was Mrs. Emil Bollingerf 1 Avoca, Wise. Kitchen hostesses were Mesdames Eu Claire Meyer, Larry Dreyer and Ervin Elmers. Mrs. Ves Robinson was in charge of trays. Congratulatory messages arrived by telephone and telegraph from Mr. and Mrs. Carol Reynolds, Hot Springs, Ark., and from the Raymond Bleichs, Libby, Mont., and sister Lillian Bollinger, Pasadena, Calif. Clara Bollinger and Carl Reynolds were married at St. John's Lutheran church, Burt, on Aug. 29, 1926. They set up housekeeping on a farm near Burt. They later moved to Corwith, returning to Burt in 1936 and have since resided here. Attendants of 40 years ago who were on hand at the 40th anniversary were Emil Bollinger, ^^^^^^^•"••^^M SALE continues with BIG SAYINGS Shipler's DRY GOODS AND VARIETY Burt, Iowa GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN J PHONE BANCROFT 5483 or C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONE BURT, RES. 924-3431 C. B. CHIPMAN FUNERAl SERVICE Avoca, Wise., Mr. and Mrs. Ves Robinson, Bancroft, and Mrs. Werner Struecker, Algona. The Reynolds are the parents of two sons, Carol, Hot Springs, Ark., and Gary, Los Angeles. Six grandchildren complete the family circle. Mrs. Art Cody, Cylinder, spent Monday and Tuesday with her daughter and family, the Ron Jurgens. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman, Jr., Kim, Laura, and Joe spent Sunday with the Dr. Joe Troutmans at Klemme. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller spent from Wednesday to Saturday with the Owen Hopkins at Fredricksburg, la. The ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Jurgens spent Tuesday at the Iowa State Fair. Visitors at the Fred Heyes home this past week were Mrs. Heyes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Graue, Rake, la., Connie and Dana Bilyeu, Oelwein, and Brenda Graue, Rake. Friday evening dinner guests at the Walter Campney home were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Crosby and four daughters, Citra, Fla., Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Campney, Benji and Becky, GilmoreCity, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Ryerson and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Campney. Mrs. Viola McDonald arrived homo Sunday from Okoboji, where she had been employed at the Boy Scout camp during the regular camping season. On Sept. 8 Mrs. McDonald will begin her duties as a house mother at one of the Mornlngside College sorority houses. Her daughter, Frances Ann, is a music major at Mornlngside. Burt Lions Lend A Hand, County Fair Barbecue BURT - Burt Lions again assisted at the Kossuth County Fair barbecue last Thursday night. Lion Lockwoocl reported on the district Lion's Golf Tournament held recently at Webster City. Representing the local club were Lions Dale Loekwood, Harlem Lacy and Floyd Sill. Guests attending Monday's meeting were W. J. Crosby, Citra, Fla., Kenneth Sweedler, Williams, la., Ronald Gardner, Algona and Ed Smith, Jr: The drawing was won by 0. H. Graham. The 7;30 dinner was prepared and served by American Legion Auxiliary members Mesdames Elva Boettcher, Maree Bahnson, Luella McWhorter and Gladys Hawcott. COMMUNITY EVENTS MONDAY, August 29 - 8:30 a. m., School begins. CHURCH CALENDAR BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin Davies, Pastor FRIDAY, August 26-District minister's picnic at Okoboji. SUNDAY, August 28 - 9 a. m., Morning Worship. Reception of new members. 10:00 a. m., Sunday School. WEDNESDAY, August 31 Goodwill Truck comes. Leave articles at the J. L. Miller home. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin Davies, Pastor SUNDAY, August 28 - 9:30 a. m., Sunday School. 10:30 a. m., Morning Worship. TUESDAY, August 30 - Algona Ministerial. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Pastor SUNDAY, August 28 - 9:00 a. m., Sunday School. 10:00 a. m., Morning Worship - Guest Pastor. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor SUNDAY, August 28 - 8:00 a. m., Divine Worship Services. 9:00 a. m., Sunday School. THURSDAY, Sept. 1 - 2:15 p. m., Ladles Aid. TSorden's •Irtaturinp A COMPLETE LINE OF GRADE A DAIRY PRODUCTS J4ome ivery •U*T. 924-3387 DON RDMUS HELP YOU WITH GRAIN BANK SERVICE SAVE TIME, ^ MONEY AND ^ BOTHER! Bring your grain in for storage. Then, at your convenience, call in for feed delivery. See your local Co-Op Elevator for ^ complete details. ff ^fe^fe^fe^fe^ -—• ^-- — — — — — ~-~ ^ ^ — ^^ A .^ -^ ^~ _^ ^, _, __. - ^ i SEE US FOR SELECTIVE FEED SERVICE WE NOW HAVE COMPLETE LINES OF WORMERS FOR POULTRY, HOGS AND CATTLE, Burl Co-op Elevator Merwyn Shipler, Milwaukee, Wise., came Sunday to spend several days with his uncle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler and Dennis. He also visited other relatives in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook left Tuesday for Newport Beach, Calif, where they will visit at the home of their son and family, the Milton McBrides. They also plan to visit an aunt of his and with the Kay and Cliff Holdings. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Miller, Jeff and Gregg were Sunday guests at the Harold Relmers home, Humboldt. Monday afternoon and supper guests at the Al Hinckley home were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hinckley and daughter, Donna, from Armour, So. Dak. The men are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Baumgard and Joyce spent from Saturday to Monday at the home of their daughter and family, SPECIALS! WEEKEND OF AUGUST 25, 26, 27 Buttertop SWEET ROLLS . . 2pkgs. 69c Gus Closer RING BOLOGNA . WHITE ONIONS . Del Monte each 69c 5bs. 59c PEACH HALVES Wagner's 3 cans 89c 2 bottles ORANGE or GRAPE DRINK 49c Van Camp's PORK AND BEANS 3 ":. n f 89c Kraft MACARONI DINNERS 2 for 39c Blue Bonnet MARGARINE . . 2 pkgs. 55c Cliff Char CHARCOAL 10 Ibs. 59c Clorox BLEACH . . 1 gal. 59c CRISCO can 89c TIDE box 79c IVORY LIQUID btl. 63c Bernie PHONE 924-3614 BURT WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS Ronald Jurgens, Mgr. 924-3241 For Convenience While Shopping For Back To School Bargains . . . PAY BY CHECK No need to carry large sums of money around while doing that Fall and Back- to -School shopping. Use one of our per- sonal Checking Accounts. Loss of your money is eliminated. Plus, you have a record of every dollar spent. Be budget- wise! Be safel Open a Bank Checking Account today. It's the convenient way to shop . . . without cash! Burt Savings Bank Member F.D.I.C. * not

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