Burt v^^^m -—I gg~* £| ^ ^ Thursday, September T, 1966 Algono (la.) Upper The Monitor Lone Rock 0«i Molni*-! Mr*. Ruby Htntktty, Published By th* Upper DM Melnet Publithlng Co., Algona, lowo Dennis Waller, tdltof Pre-Nuptial Showers For 2 Burt Girls BURT - Janet Black, bride of the near future, was the guest of honor at apre-nuptlal miscellaneous shower at the Methodist church on Thursday evening. Welcoming and registering the guests was Janet's sister, Carol Shackelford. Lovely corsages were presented to Janet and to her mother, Mrs. Glenn Black; to her fiance's mother, Mrs. Fred Gebken; and to her grandmother, Mrs. Ed Ditsworth. Making the presentation in behalf of the hostesses were Maybelline Lovstad and Beulah Dundas. Wantalee Hawcott acted as emcee for a short program presented. Included in the program was a vocal solo by Sandra Lovstad, a vocal trio by Sandie, Debbie and Mary Lou Allen; a reading by Cheryl Lichter; and a game with Mrs. Bertha Willrett in charge. Assisting Janet in opening her gifts were Susan Lovstad and Cheryl Lichter. Gift pages were Sandra Jean Kollasch, Sandie, Debbie and Mary Lou Allen. Lunch was served from a beautifully decorated tea table in the bride-to-be's chosen colors, gold and white. Glenda Kollasch, sister of Janet, poured. Hostesses were Muriel Ackerman, Evelyn Angus, Thelma Meister, Dorothy Bernau, Rose McGuire, Hilma Carlson, Esther Miller, Ella Mae Cherland, Emma Moore, Estella Dittmer, Ethel Dremmel, Benita Mitchell, Beulah Dundas, Ruth Alice Patterson, Leola Gardner, Marie Parsons, Wantalee Hawcott, Gloria Presthus, Toots Hoppus, Mary Rasmussen, Marge Lav: .ren^Fraticeg,Smith, Ruth Long, • Hazel' TStevensi Leona Lovstad, Ruth Trunkhill, Maybelline Lovstad, Marion Westling, Shirley Lovstad, Phyllis Wiener and Bertha Willrett. Janet will become the bride of DuWayne Gebken at the Burt Methodist church on Sunday, Sept. 4. - o Loreli Lavrenz, bride of last Saturday, was the honored guest at several showers. On Monday night a miscellaneous shower was held at St. John's Lutheran church. Mayme Lavrenz, a sister, registered the many guests present. Loreli Lavrenz Of Burt Bride James Redemske BURT - In a beautiful candlelight setting at St. John's Lutheran church, Burt, on Saturday evening, Aug. 20, Loreli Lavrenz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lavrenz, became the bride of James Redemske, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kademske, Algona. Pastor Arnold Vetoing officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride, attired in a floor length gown of white bridal satin with nylon overskirt, was escorted down the aisle by her father. Her shoulder length veil fell from a pearl tiara. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Catherine Trunk- hill. Diane Hoppus served as bridesmaid. Attending the groom was Donald Gifford as best man and Phillip McFarland, grooms- man. Ushers were brothers of the bride and groom, Floyd Lavrenz and Charles Redemske. A reception was held at the church Fellowship hall immediately following the ceremony with approximately 100 guests attending. Opening and displaying the gifts were Betty and Norm a Doubek. Mrs. Michael Woltz, sister of the groom, dipped punch. Mrs. T. H, Williamson, Ft.Dodge, aunt of the bride, presided at the coffee service. Both the bride and groom are 1966 graduates of Burt High School. The groom is employed at Weidenhoff s, Algona. Following a short wedding trip to the Wisconsin Dells, the new bride and groom are at home in Burt. #:*:#:::*:::*:*^^ Claudine Cranston assisted Loreli in opening her gifts. A lovely lunch was served by Vickie and her mother, Mrs. George Koestler. Classmates unable to be present were Linda Fairbanks, Nancy Becker and Connie McFarland. Corsages from the hostesses were presented to Loreli; her mother, M:-s. Roland Lavrenz; to the groom's mother, Mrs. Howard Redemske; and to the two grandmothers. A program was presented that included two contest games with Mrs. James Fries and Mrs. Bruce Cranston in charge. Also on the program were several vocal selections by Lori and Danny Manus, accompanied by Vickie Koestler, and a reading by Mrs. Richard Lavrenz. Assisting Loreli in opening her gifts were Cathy Trunkhill and Mrs. Michael Woltz. Carrying gifts were Mayme Lavrenz, Danny and Lori Manus. Lunch was served from a beautifully decorated tea table. Mrs. Richard Lavrenz presided at the coffee service. Hostesses were Arlene Manus, Lydia Manus, Halen Schwietert, Viola Cunningham, MinervaCur- tis, Virginia Fries, Florence Koestlejr;,. .Dorothy. McFarland,, Jva WO$B; Phyllis Milier>"Alvina Hasse, Valeta Griese, Beulah Dundas, Esther Schrader, Marion Westling, Virgina Becker, Ida Belle Black, Betty Cranston, Shirley Lovstad, Magdalene Ortman, Ida Peter, Helen Wermers, Arlene Wood, Genevieve Spry, Emma Moore and Meta Gifford. A personal shower was held at the home of Vickie Koestler honoring Loreli. Guests attending included her mother, Mrs. Roland Lavrenz, and classmates Jane Barslou, Judy Spry, Claudine Cranston, LeAnn Wermers, Jean Woods and Vickie Koestler. Games were played and HEADQUARTERS FERTILIZER NOW! Stop in at your friendly Co-op and ask about the right preplan! and starter program that would give you strong, early- emerging crops. The proper fertilizer can provide vigorous fall growth, strong root* to withstand winter kill and a stand-up start for a big crop next spring. ?»CW.INC. See us for complete fertilizer needs I ELEVATOR TREAT YOUR FAMILY SUNDAY DINNER Burt Calendar or COMMUNITY EVENTS Reynolds 40th Held At Burt BURT - Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds were hosts to 70 relatives and friends for supper following the open house at St. John's Lutheran church honoring their 40th wedding anniversary. Group singing of "Blest Be The Tie That BJjids" was part of a short program held during the supper hour. Kitchen hostesses for the supper were Dorothy Marlow, Ella Meyer, Bertha WiJlrett, Phyllis Miller, Phyllis, Sally and «LtodaHanna. Peter. *l * Waitresses' were 'Lura'Sewlck and Alvina Hasse. N Mr. and Mrs. Barley Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Karels and Mrs. Beverly Koepke were hosts at a wiener and marshmallow roast on Tuesday evening. Guests were the Cub Scouts and their parents, brothers and sisters. Approximately 50 attended. The Barley Troutman, Jrs. were Thursday evening guests at the parental Barley Troutman, Srs. where they helped Barley,Sr. observe his birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Presthus and Mrs. Eugene Marlow and sons, Rodney and Michael, arrived home on Sunday evening from a week's vacation in Minnesota and Wisconsin. In Minnesota they were guests at the home of the Frank Alborns, nee Sally Gifford, at Silver Bay. They also visited with Mr. Presthus' sister and family, the Roy Merchants at Green Bay, Wise. A visit through the Wisconsin Dells was also included in the vacation. CARD OF THANKS A humble "thank you" to all who helped in any way to make our 40th wedding anniversary such a memorable occasion. You made it possible for us to say with firm conviction and grateful hearts "This is the day that the Lord hath made. Let us rejoice and be glad in it." Thank You! The Reynolds - Clara and Carl. tf****************j COMMUNITY CALENDAR THURSDAY, Sept. 1 - Jr. Girl Scouts meet at Town Hall. TUESDAY, Sept. 6- American Legion and Auxiliary meet. CHURCH CALENDAR BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin Davies, Pastor THURSDAY, Sept. 1-8 p. m., District Sunday School teacher's workshop at Algona Methodist church. SUNDAY, Sept. 4 - 9 a. m., Morning Worship. 10 a. m., Sunday School. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 7-2p.m., W. S. C. S. meets. 8 p. m., official Board meets. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin Davies, Pastor THURSDAY, Sept. 1 - 2 p. m., W. S. C. S. meets. 8 p. m., District Sunday School teacher's workshop at Algona Methodist church. 8 p. m., M. Y. F. meets. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Pastor THURSDAY, Sept. 1 -Sessions meeting, 7:30 p. m. SUNDAY, Sept. 4 - 9 a. m., Sunday School. 10:15 a. m., Morning Worship. MONDAY, Sept. 5-5:30p.m., Mariner's Hobo Party at the Russell Patterson farm. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 7-U.P.W. Circles - Circle A, Mrs. Axel Carlson, hostess; Circle B, Mrs. Mike Long, hostess. 7:30 p. m., Circle C, Mrs. Russell Thompson, hostess. 7:30 p. m., Choir Practice. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor ... .THURSDAY^ Sept. 1-2 p. m., ladies; Aid.meets. Hostesses,! 1 Dorothy Marlow, Ella Meyer and' 1 Marietta Boderius. 7:30 and 8 p. m., Sunday School staff meetings. SUNDAY, Sept. 4 - 8 a. m., ( Morning Worship with Holy Communion. 9 a. m., Sunday School. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 7 - 6 to 8 p. m., Religion Class. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Lone Rock, Iowa Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor SUNDAY, Sept. 4 - Morning Worship, 10:00 a. m. Sunday School, 11:00 a. m. THURSDAY, Sept. 1-U.P.W. meeting at the church at 2:00 p. m. Topic: "Person to Person National Missions.' TUESDAY, Sept. 6 - Adult Bible Study, 8:00 p. m. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 7-Choir Rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. Session meeting, 8:30 p. m. Janet Ackerman and her roommate, Sharon Perkins of John Day, Ore., visited from Aug. 20 through Aug. 26 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ackerman and with other relatives in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Spear, Duane and Darrell spent several days the past week in southern Iowa. They were Friday guests of the Dean Mcfllravys at Norwalk. Friday evening the Spears and the Mcfllravys visited the Des Moines airport, the museum, Bishop's cafeteria and other places of interest in Des Moines. They were overnight guests of the McHlravys, who moved from Burt to Norwalk on Aug. 1. After attending the Iowa State Fair on Saturday the Spears returned to Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Don Dremmel and family, Dubuque, visited from Sunday through Wednesday at the parental Ray Dremmel home, and also visited other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Black and daughter, Linda of Lawton, Okla., spent the past ten days visiting at the Glenn and Stanley Black and Leonard Dittmer homes. The men are brothers and Mrs. Dittmer is a sister. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lavrenz, Milwaukee, spent several days at the parental Roland Lavrenz home. They came to attend the wedding of his sister Loreli to James Redemske. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Doege were hosts at dinner on Sunday honoring Dennis and Donna Rafdal on their birthday anniversary. Guests Included their parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal and son and Roger Wubben, Titonka; Mrs. Opal Rafdal and Steven and Mrs. Alma Bertelson, all of Albert Lea, Minn.; Mr. and M:-s. Walter Adams and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orle Shlpler and family, all of Algona; and Jlmmle Doege. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrischilles and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ulses and Randy, all of Fenton; and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms and family and Mr. and Mrs. Pat McGuire. Mr. and Mrs. Milfred Smith were Sunday evening visitors at the Lawrence Doege home. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hinckley and Cheryl Ann were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Manus and family. Mr. and Mrs. HarleyO.Hansen and family spent the weekend with his parents at Roland, la. Much time was spent with his father, who was critically 111 in the hospital. The Hansens arrived home late Sunday night and shortly afterward received word that the father had passed away. The Hansens returned to Roland on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scott and Armande, arrived home late Tuesday night after a three week's visit on the west coast. One evening was spent with the Clifford Holdings at their Travel Lodge near Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco. In Los Angeles, they were guests of the daughter, Pamela, for a week. i j Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hallstad,. Sr. and granddaughter, Emmetsburg, were Sunday guests of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Schrader. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley were guests on Thursday night at the Barley Troutman home for a barbecue picnic supper. Dale Hartwick, McGregor, la., spent the weekend at the F. C. Soderberg home. Mrs.Soderberg and Mr. Hartwick are cousins. Perry Steward spent several days the past week at the home of Ms parents, the Walter Stewards. Perry left on Wednesday for Muscatine where he will begin his second year as science instructor at the Muscatine High School. He had attended summer school for ten weeks at S. U. I., Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman, Jr. became the owners of the home they had been renting from the Clifford Schraders. Mr. Troutman is employed at Schultz Bros. Garage, Algona. Mrs. Troutman teaches sixth grade at the Burt school. There are three children. KKW.'INC. Ronald Jurgens, Mgr. Phone 924-3241 IDNNINGHAM'S CAFE BURT, IOWA Kowuth County's Friendliest Cafe ! rr Lone Rock Is Thrilled By "The Painting LONE ROCK - "Oh I liked it, was 1 surprised, couldn't believe my eyes, how come Lone Rock? Who did it, did you see him? how nice, looks Just like our town, gee, If they'd taken it the other way they'd have gotten my house in, did he paint it here, I didn't see him, I'm going to frame mine, Oh, I sent mine to Johnny." Comments like these on the painting by Frank Miller on the Picture magazine of the Des Moines Sunday paper of the town of Lone Rock made up lots of the conversation as Lone Rockers congregated around the new voting machine used for the first time by all who voted In town on the gas franchise. The other main topic of conversation was of course the new voting machine. As the Judges and clerks explained the simple to operate, yet extremely complicated shiny new instrument, some were curious, some were shy and some asked questions. All in all, the new gadget with Its 22,000 parts, caused a lot of comment and Interest. - o Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M.ller returned after a two week vacation in the east, including Washington, D. C. where they toured several of the government buildings. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Bollard and family of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson of Swea City were Wednesday evening guests at the Bernard Miller's. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Olson CARD OP THANKS of Humboldt were Tuesday I wish to thank my friends and evening guests at the Curtis 01- relatives for the cards, letters, son home. They were on their gifts, flowers and visit* while at way home after a few days va- St. Ann hospital and since re- cation in Miller, S. D. turning home. Wayne Mann. (67*) Mariners Meet BURT - Mr. and Mrs. Russell Patterson will host the Mariner's Hobo cook-out attheir farm home at 5:30 p. m., Monday, Sept. 5. Couples are asked to come dressed as hobos and bring their own meat and table service. All couples in 'the Presbyterian church are invited to attend. Our Apologies BURT - The name of Mrs. Bessie Bussie, Fairmont, sister of Mrs. Carl Reynolds, was inadvertently omitted in the account of the open house, honoring the Reynolds on their 40th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Bussie presided at the coffee service. Our apologies to Mrs. Bussie. ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Summey, PleasantYille, celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary July 23 at an open house given by their children there. GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 or C. I. CHIPMAN, PHONE BURT, RES, 924-3431 .C. B. CHIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE AUTO RE PAIRS "*>*<:. V ENGINE HEADQUARTERS Your cor if only at good at itt motor. No matter what your engine needi . . . from a complete tune-up lo an expert overhaul, depend on ui. Reutzel's Garage Phone 924.3315 Burt continues with BUTTERICK PATTERNS NOW IN STOCK I DRY GOODS AND VARIETY SPECIALS! pkg. lOc WEEKEND OF SEPTEMBER 1, 2, 3, Hoitttt CUPCAKES . . GUI Glaitr All Meat WIENERS . . . . Ib. 59c OlQQ* PEACHES . . 3""*— 79e Red Hawaiian PUNCH . . 3 «°< can. $1.00 T«nd«r*WMt Cut GREEN BEANS . 3»° °<» «•" 49c Heinz CATSUP . . 3 2oox.botti« 89c Whip & Chill JELIO . . . Imperial MARGARINE Sunkltt IEMONADE . la/i POTATO CHIPS Tokay GRAPES Ib. 19c Bernie's Market PHONE 924-3614 BURT WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS 2 boxes 39c . . Ib. 39c . . can lOc . box 49c Teachers To The Burt School System We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to our community and to our school system. As residents of Burt, we are proud of our town, our businesses and particularly our children. We strive to provide them with the fintst education and we are happy to have your guidance. 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