The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1966 · Page 6
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—^-—— ——^^^^^P™« Burt - Lone Rock 6-Algona (la.) Upper Dei Maine* Thursday, September 8, 1966 THURSDAY, Sept. 8 - Sub- district Minister's meeting at Fenton. SUNDAY, Sept. 11-Members will return to winter hours. 10 a. m., Sunday School, lla.m., Morning Worship. Rosemary Ulses, Burt, Honored At 2 Showers BURT - On Sunday September 4th Miss Rosemary Ulses was honored with a misc. shower at St. John's Hall, Bancroft. Mrs. Homer Sabin gave a reading and 500 was played. Mrs. Floyd Yackle, Doliver, won high. Low was Mrs. Dave Lynch, Lone Rock. Lucky plate was won by Mrs. Mary Lieurance, Bancroft. Mrs. Beulah Dundas poured at the buffet table. A delicious lunch was served by the following hostesses: Mrs. Dennis Lynch, Mrs. Clarence Vaske , Mrs. Bertha Elsbecker, Mrs. Marvin Vaske, Mrs. Leander Vaske, Mrs. Walter Schiltz, Mrs. Harold Lampe, Mrs. Vincent Ford, Mrs. Bob Lynch, Mrs. John Haupert, Mrs. Maurice Froehle, Mrs. Roger Ulses, Mrs. LeRoy Schiltz, Mrs. Maurice Bernhard, Mrs. Gene Tigges, Mrs. Florien Hellman, Mrs. Leo Hellman, Mrs. Ed Uckteig, Mrs. C.E. Zaugg, Mrs. Ray Hogan, Mrs. Jim Zaugg, and Mrs. Robert Hogan. Mrs. Cathleen Phillips, Mrs. Kenneth Besch, Mrs. Sam Mc- Cleisch, Mrs. Joe Eich, Mrs. Leander Menke, Alice Lynch, JoAnne Hellman and Patti Erpelding. Miss Ulses will be married at St. John's on Saturday, September 10th to Daniel Zaugg, Algona. On August 20th Mrs. Leander Vaske, Rosemary's Godmother of Bancroft, was hostess at a personal shower, with several classmates of Rosemary's in at- tendence. Rosemary Ulses was also honored Friday evening at a misc. shower at the Methodist church hall. In charge of the program were Mrs. Russell Patterson, Mrs. Magdelene Ortman, Mrs. Homer Sabin. Decorating: Mrs. Ed Smith, Jr., Mrs. George Manus, Mrs. Char Habeger. Alice Lynch and Mrs. Roger Ulses assisted the bride in opening the gifts. Ruth Patterson introduced the program. Songs by Nancy, Linda & Janet Becker, accompanied by Mrs. Duane Madsley. A humorous skit by Vera Bradley, andahumorous reading by Mrs. Hormer Sabin were given. The skit presented by Magadelene Ortman, narrator, had taking part: Sandra Ortman, Ann Bradley, Alice Jean and Sandy Lynch, Kathy Sharon and Cindy Patterson, Vickie Westling, and Nancy McGuire. A lovely lunch was served by the following hostesses: Mrs. Martin Griese, Mrs. Beulah Dundas, Mrs. Homer Sa- bin, Mrs. Luke McGuire, Mrs. Roger Ulses, Mrs. Merle Schwietert, Mrs. Wayne Mann, Mrs. Pat Bradley, Mrs. Jerry Wiener, Mrs. Clara Reynolds, Mrs. Russell Patterson, Mrs. Duane Habeger, Mrs. Char Habeger, Mrs. Gertrude Ackerman, Mrs. Raymond Lovstad, and Mrs. Dean Andrews. Mrs. Willis Vogel, Mrs. Jody Cunningham, Mrs. Lydia Manus, Mrs. Ed Smith, Jr., Alvina Hasse, Mrs. Leonard Dittmer, Mrs. Gladys Hawcott, Mrs. Delmar Angus,Mrs. Elsie Junke- meier, Naomi Junkemeier, Mrs. Andy Harms, Mrs. Robert Angus, Mrs. Magdelene Ortman, Miss Alice Lynch and Mrs. Raymond Westling. Burt Calendar COMMUNITY EVENTS I COMMUNITY EVENTS THURSDAY, Sept. 8 - 2:15 p. m., Past Matrons meet with Beth Miller and Ruby Hlnckley. MONDAY, Sept. 12 - School Board meets. TUESDAY, Sept. 13-8 p. m., Eastern Star meets. CHURCH CALENDAR ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor SUNDAY, Sept. 11 - 8 a. m., Divine Worship Service. 9a.m., Sunday School. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 14 - 6 to 8 p. m., Religion class. 8 p. m., Walther League. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Pastor FRIDAY, Sept. 9-3:45 p. m., Communicants Class. SUNDAY, Sept. 11-9 a. m., Sunday School. 10:15 - Divine Worship Services. TUESDAY, Sept. 13-8 p.m., Spiritual Life meeting. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 14 - 7:30 p. m., Choir Practice. BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin Davies, Pastor THURSDAY, Sept. 8 - Sub- district Minister's meeting at Fenton. SUNDAY, Sept. 11 - 9 a. m., Morning Worship. 10 a. m., Sunday School. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin Davies, Pastor [FOOTBALL TRIP MINNESOTA VIKINGS vs BALTIMORE COLTS SUNDAY, SEPT. 18 SPONSORED BY HAGG-TURNER POST AMERICAN LEGION TICKETS $15 COUPLES INVITED FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 295-3257 OR 295-5253 UNITED PRESBYTERIAN Lone Rock, Iowa Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor SUNDAY, Sept. 11 -10 a. m., Morning Worship. 11 a. m., Sunday Church School. MONDAY, Sept. 12 - Adult Bible Study-8 p. m. TUESDAY, Sept. 13 - Fall meeting of Presbytery at Waterloo. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 14 - 7:30 p. m., Choir Rehearsal. THURSDAY, Sept. 15- U.P.W. Circle meetings as scheduled. Ex-Burt Youth Rodeo Champ BURT - Nathan Schultz, 17, Red Oak, was recently chosen the Iowa representative in the National Teen-age Safe Driving Auto Roadeo to be held in the near future in Washington, D.C. One teen-ager is chosen from each state in the union and from Washington, D.C. There were some 200,000 U. S. teen-agers competing for the state safe driver this year. Nathan is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Schultz, Red Oak. Rev. Schultz was a former pastor at St. John's Lutheran church at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Alan and Joel and Mrs. Ella Meyer were Sunday guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Henry Friedrich and family, Marcus. The birthdays of Joel and Barbara Friedrich, which fell on Saturday, were celebrated. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Geiszler, Stillwater, Okla., were Saturday night and Sunday visitors at the home of his sister and family, the Harley 0. Hansens. The Geiszlers had visited relatives in North Dakota and were enroute to Stillwater, where both are enrolled at the University of Oklahoma. Sunday afternoon and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Baumgard and Joyce, were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gubbel and Lisa, Indianola, Mrs. Carl Schipull and Harold, Mr. and Mrs. OttoJagel, all of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kirckhoff and family, Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Schroeder, Clear Lake. The Gubbels were weekend guests. Mrs. Gubbel is the former Marjorie Baumgard. Walter Steward arrived home on Saturday after being hospitalized for the past ten days at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mrs. Helen Weiske and grandson, Greg Bauer, Tacoma, Wash., were Saturday dinner guests at the Raymond Lavrenz home, Stratford. They were supper guests at the Julius Stecker home, Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wermers and little daughter moved the past weekend into the Robert Lovstad home recently vacated by the Eilders, who moved across the street into the Arie Dittmer home. Burt Blue Bird 4-H To Meet BURT - Members of the Burt Blue Birds 4-H Club will meet at the home of Sharon and Marilyn Tigges at 1:30 p. m. Saturday, Sept. 10. All record books are due and should be brought to the meeting. Any girl 10 years or age or who will become 10 soon, and is interested in 4-H work, is invited to come to this meeting. FOOTBALL GARRIGAN ESTHERVILLE DELAYED PlAY BY PLAY SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 6:00 A.M. LGA 1600 KG Promotion Day At 2 Churches BURT - Sunday School promotion day was observed at the Burt and Good Hope Methodist churches during Sunday morning's worship services. Recipients of Bibles at the Burt church were Darrell Spear, Cheryl Curtis, Sharla Sarchet, Neal Giddlngs and Bobby Simmons. At the Good Hope church Bibles were awarded to Cindy Alt, Beth Davies, Judy Walker, Scott Dodds and Eddie Richards. No Contest In School Voting BURT - There will be no competition at the annual school board election at Burt on Monday. Ronald Gardner and Ronald Jurgens, whose terms expire, have both filed for re-election. The term of H. E. Rachut, Sr., treasurer of the board, also expires. His name, too, has been entered for re-election. Polls will open at 12:00 noon at the city hall on Monday, Sept. 12, and will close at 7:00 p. m. LIBRARY NOTES BURT - Fifty new traveling library books have arrived at the Burt Public Library. The books are for all age groups - are waiting to be checked out. Want some back magazine copies ? If so just call at the library as we have a lot of back copies of many good magazines that are yours for the asking. We also have many current copies of noted magazines on the rack waiting to be read. The library is open each Wednesday and Saturday from 2:30 to 5;.00 p. m. Mrs. Ellwyn Stenzel Librarian Burt Class Officers Elected BURT - Norm* Harms has been elected president of the senior class at Burt Community School. Linda Meyer Is vice-president, with Diane Hlppen as secretary and Paulette Arendt as treasurer. Other Burt classes and the school band have also elected officers for the coming year. The top officers: JUNIORS - Linda Becker, president; Deborah Stenzel, vice - president; Sandra Ortman, secretary, and Deborah Kohlhaas, treasurer. SOPHOMORES - Howard Batt, Jr., president; Diane Person, vice - president; Janet Backer, secretary, and Patricia Shelrbon, treasurer. FRESHMEN — Mark Cranston, president; Jill Smith, vice-president; Marcla Soderberg, secretary, and Marilyn Cherland, treasurer. EIGHTH GRA DE — Franklin Becker, president; Marilyn Person, vice-president; Rebecca Cranston, secretary, and Vickie Westling, treasurer. SEVENTH - Robert Devlne, president; Roger Sarchet, vice- president; Carol Sill, secretary, and Craig Glddlnjrs, treasurer. BAND OFFICERS - Norma Harms, president; Charlotte Lappe, vice-president; Charlene Lappe, secretary, and Diane Miller, treasurer. Student council representatives include Joyce Baumgard, Nancy Ackerman, Harley Hansen, Deanna Campbell, Donna Larson, James Ruhnke, Danny Kohlnaas, Kevin Fraser, John Chlpman, Howard Elmers and Cynthia Soderberg. Ellen Bullock, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Albert Bullock, returned home Friday evening after a summer spent in Europe, working in a German hospital and touring nine countries. Miss Bullock, who teaches music at Corning, will return there Sunday for her second year of teaching. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Fischer and Steve returned home this week from a trip that took them through the Dakotas, Minnesota, parts of Canada and the Wisconsin Dells. Tney stopped in Swisher for a short stay at the home of their daughter, Margaret (Mrs. Larry Menz) and in Webster City at the home of their daughter Nancy (Mrs. Bill Shelton). Mr. and Mrs. Tony Accurso and family spent Sunday, Aug. 21 in Kensett, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hogan and daughter and enjoyed a picnic while there. Since Luther Miller's son went to Tokyo, L J. rides a Japanese* made bike down the wrong side of the street - no hands - in and around our store. If this keeps up we've got one last suggestion HARI-KARI! TENDER, 10-12 LBS, JAPAM TURKEY Ib. WILSON'S CRISPRITE BACON Ib. FRANCO-AMERICAN SPAGHETTI WITH GROUND BEEF No. 303 cans BOSTON BUTT PORK ROAST Ib. WILSON'S BRAUNSCHWEIGER Ib. 49* MONARCH FROZEN POT PIES CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY for MONARCH T-V DINNERS each SWANSDOWN ANGELFOOD 9-49C, CAKE MIX Kraft Sandwich Spread CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP T OMATO SOUP can Monarch PUMPKIN SKINNER ELBOW MACARONI TOKAY GRAPES r t ^ uL# Ib. 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