SPECIALS! WEEKEND OF SEPT. 29, 30, OCT. 1 "When the weather is cool we've got the meat for the stew !" Ib. 35c ring 69c Select BEEF LIVER . Gut Closer BOLOGNA . Crlsprite BACON Ib. 69c Wonder SANDWICH BREAD 4 loaves $1 Kraft SANDWICH SPREAD . . . 39c LETTUCE . . . 2heads 29c NEW Flynn COTTAGE CHEESE . . box 20c Heinz KETCHUP . . 3 £&*r69c BUTTERNUT COFFEE . Ib. 79c Del Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL . 3 cans 69c Del Monte PUMPKIN . . Adamt ORANGE JUICE . BANANAS . . TOKAY GRAPES 2 Ibs. 25c Cal Ray SEEDLESS RAISINS . 2 Ibs. 49c lay POTATO CHIPS . . box 59c AND DOUBLE S&H GREEN STAMPS 1 Bernie's Marhet 924.3614 BURT WE.GIVES-&H GREEN STAMPS 2 cans 29c 2 for 39c Ib. lOc OPENING SATURDAY! A hew sundry, drug and gift store in Burt. OPENING SPECIALS*" 100-5 grain ASPIRIN .. btl. tic Lydia Grey FACIAL TISSUE 5 Reg. 32c value Full Line of HALLMARK CARDS Burt Sundry Store IVY WOLTZ, MGR. Winterize Your Car Now AtReufzels! ANTI- FREEZE GALLON $ 2.00 INSTALLED OAUON * I m Q § CARRY OUT (bring your own container) Reutzel's Garage Phone 924.3315 Burt, Burt - Lone Rock Monitor Opening Of New Store In Burt, Oct. I BURT - Mr. and Mrs. Ben Anderson, Kanawha, are opening a new drug, gift and sundry store In Burt. The store, which will be managed by Mrs. Ivy Woltz, will be open for business on Saturday, Oct. 1. Mrs. Woltz, who has had a great deal of experience In store work will be happy to serve any and all customers. She will be assisted In the store by Mary Beth Hamilton. Mr. Anderson, a pharmacist, also has a drug business in Kanawha. The residents of Burt welcome the new place of business to Burt and wish Mrs. Woltz much success In this new venture. - o- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Westling entertained at dinner on Sunday in honor of the baptism of their grandchildren, Craig Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Westling, and Nancy Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Valgene Westling. Guests included the babies and their parents, Mrs. Sella Hill, Sioux Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lovstad, Algona. Mrs. Esther DeCamp, mother of Mrs. John Bergman, rural Burt is now at home at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Servan, San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Westling and Vickie visited with his mother and sister, Mrs. Rose Westling and LaVerla, who are now making their home with Mrs. John Grotte, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wanner, Green Bay, Wise., his mother, Mrs. Wahner, Milwaukee, Wise., joined other relatives at the home of Mrs. Mitchell's mother, Mrs. L. C. Williams at Welcome on Sunday. <;•--•: Janei-Barslou> : Mankato, spent: the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Helen Schwietert. : Sunday evening supper guests at the Al Hinckley home were Oscar Pflefer and Mrs. McCoy, Sioux Falls, S. D., James Hinckley, Veborg, S.D., Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Krohnberg, Owatonna, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. George Madden and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brandt and Dorothy, Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Al Fliescher, St. Cloud, Minn., Madeline Haas, St. Ansgar, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schatz and Kevin, Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Don Thomsen, Michelle and Scott, Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brehm, Sioux City and Duane Hinckley, Pocahontas. Clifford Holding, San Francisco, and Larry Holding, Peru, Nebr., called on Burt friends on Monday. They had come to Algona to attend final rites for their brother-in-law and uncle, Ivan Long, held Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Glee Bullock, Milton, la., visited from Sunday night to Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Loretta Waltman. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Tietz spent Sunday with his brother and family, the Frank Tietz family at Walker, la. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schweiger and son, accompanied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schweiger, Armstrong, were Sunday dinner guests of the Frank Griffins, Ft. Dodge. Kenneth Rlchter, a sophomore in animal science at Iowa State University, Ames, spent the weekend at the parental Robert Richter home. David Christensen, who has been with the Marines in Viet Nam, arrived home to spend a 30-day leave with his mother, Mrs. Thecla Christensen. Ha will report to Yuma, Ariz, at the end of his leave for further military duty. Burt Youth Off To Study, Rome BURT - Gene Ulses, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ulses of Burt, left Thursday from Des Moines to fly to New York City where he sailed Friday on the S. S. Constitution for Rome, Italy. Gene will begin four years of seminary studies on Oct. 15 at the North American College, He will arrive at Naples, Italy on Oct. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Ulses took their son to Des Moines where they bid him farewell for four years. Boy Scout Fund Drive This Friday, Burt Burt - The annual Prairie Gold Area Council Boy Scout fund drive here has been scheduled for Friday, Sept. 30. Sponsoring Lions Club members will gather for a kick-off breakfast at Cunningham's Cafe at 7 a.m. Instructions for the drive will be given and contributor's cards handed out. The drive, as much as possible, will be made on the one day, with workers to report to Chairman Harley Hanson at 8 p.m. The goal this year for Burt is $332. 175 Honor Burt Couple Wed 35 Yrs. BURT - Approximately 175 relatives and friends attended the open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley on their 30th wedding anniversary last Sunday. Hosts for this special day were the honoree's five children and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hinckley and Cheryl, Oelwein; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schatz and Kevin, Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Don Thomsen, Michelle and Scott, Iowa City; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brehm, Sioux City; and Duane Hinckley. Attending the guest book was Mrs. Fritz Krohnberg, Owatonna, Minn. Mrs. Henry Prange, Wells, served punch, while Mrs. Edythe Saucke, Wells, presided at the coffee service. The tiered anniversary cake decorated in fall colors was cut and served by Mrs. Percy Bartelt, Waldorf, Minn., and Mrs. Marvin Niebuhr, Alden, Minn. Mrs. Prange, Mrs. Saucke and Mrs. Bartelt are sisters o! Mrs.' Hinckley, Mrs. Niebuhr, a niece. , .Ladies assisting in the, kitchen jrere janleie «Sfihaell£ri!' Esthe'r Hilton, Louise McFarland, Marlene Davis, Minerva Curtis, Gertrude Ackerman and Barbara Harms. Ruby Hinckley and Allen Hinckley were married at a ring ceremony perform ed by the late Rev. Wm. Ganschow at Wells, Minn., on Sept. 23, 1936. They set up housekeeping at Wells, moving to Burt in 1943. He is a carpentry contractor. They are the parents of five children and there are four grandchildren. Their attendants, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Hinckley, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Krohnberg, Owatonna, Minn., were present at the special occasion. . -o -' OFF TO SCHOOL Lone Rock 1966 graduates of Sentral high school are off to college. Mark Geitzenauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Geitzenauer, is attending Ft. Dodge Jr. College; Judy Kraft, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Clarence Kraft, S.C.L at Cedar Falls; Janet Hammerstrom Estherville Jr. College; Mollie Blanchard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Blanchard, American Institute ~of Business; Linda Knpll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Knoll, La James College of Halrstyling, Mason City; Alan Marlow son of Mr. and Mrs. William Marlow, Mankato Business College; Phyllis Cher land, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. AmyCherland, Waldorf college at Forest City. Cheryl Krause, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krause, Mankato State College; Sjwren Harson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Harson, Ft. Dodge School of Cos- methology; Rodney Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen, -will be starting the winter quarter at the Iowa State University at Ames; and Rachael Hulburt is attending the St. Barnabas School of Nursing at St. Barnabas hospital in Minneapolis, Burt Presbyterian Ladies Elect A/ew Circle Officers Mr*. Ruby HlnckUy, New* B*M»fr Wdte, Edftet Published By The Upper Oet Maine* Publishing Co* Algona, Iowa Aldepo (la.) BURT - Presbyterian women met Sept. 21 at the Burt Presbyterian church. Hostesses were Mrs. Frank Becker, Mrs. Henry Smith and Mrs. Harold Andreasen. Devotions were led by Dorothy Becker. Marjorle Mawdsley had charge of dedication of fellowship of "The Least Coin." Officers were elected: president, Mrs. Russell Patterson; secretary, Naomi Junkermeier; treasurer, Mrs. Robert Angus; fellowship, 1st vice president, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr.; membership, Mrs. Duane Mawdsley; youth work, Mrs. Beulah Dundas; program, 2nd vice president, Mrs. Delmar Angus; program committee, Mrs. Frank Becker; literature, Mrs. Harold Becker; stewardship and spiritual life, Mrs. Ray McWhorter; social education and action, Mrs. Ray McWhorter; world service, Mrs. Bruce Calbreath; Christian education, Mrs. W. W. Boettcher j music, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr.; nominating, Mrs. Leonard Stenzel - 1967, Mrs. Harlem Lacy - 1968, Mrs. Roland Chafee-1969. Circle chairmen are Mrs. Harold Andreasen, Mrs. Wm. Christensen, Mrs. Hilda Gross. Nominated for an honorary membership are Mrs. Hilda Gross, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr., Mrs. Harold Becker, Mrs. Bertha Elvidge. The program, music in the church, was by Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. Fred Hilton Will Head Burt Lions Pancake Event BURT-December 3 Is the date tentatively set for the annual pancake day, sponsored by the Burt Lions Club. The date was set at the September meeting of the club. Lion Fred Hilton was appointed chairman of the event. He was j'Valso appointed In charge of the .Lions "Search for Peace" essay Contest. Harley Hanson was elected chalfnian of "the'' Lions Boy Scout fund drive and Darrell McFarland was appointed insti- ., tutlonal representative for the Lions Club to the the Boy Scouts. Guests of the club at the 7:30 dinner were Ray Dremmel, Larry Manus, Waldo Kruse, Richard CARD OF THANKS Thank you - our many friends and relatives for sharing our anniversary with us, by cards, gifts, and your warm handclasp and kind wishes. A special thanks to our wonderful family for making this day so special for us. We will always remember it with fond memories. Also ladles who helped in the kitchen- thank you. Ruby and Al Hinckley. (74B*) NOW AVAILABLE IN THIS AREA . . . MILK TRULY RICH MILK FOR "THE TASTE OF QUALITY." •IURT< 924-3387 DON LECTRIC I MOTOR SERVICE Expert service on all rewinding and general repair of electric motors. RED'S MOTOR SHOP Burt/ Iowa Phone 924*3413 Strouse, LeRoyDavis, PaulEspe, David Harms. The attendance drawing was won by Harlem Lacy. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Lone Rock, Iowa Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor SUNDAY, Oct. 2 - World Wide Communion Sunday. Morning Worship and Communion, 10:00 'a., m. Sunday Church School, 11:00 a. m. TUESDAY, Oct. 4-Adult Bible Study, 8:00 p. m. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 5 - Choir Rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. FRIDAY, Sept. 30-Communicants Class, 3:45 p. m. CATTLEMEN: Want to eliminate a big risk? TREAT YOUR FAMILY SUNDAY DINNER AT... CUNNINGHAM'S CAFE BURT, IOWA Kossuth County's Friendliest Cafe ! for your FALL CLOTHING MEN'S WOMEN'S BOYS' GIRLS' Itecw.iNC. Just Arrived: new shipment of SWEATERS , Latest styles in new fall colors. See Us ... DRY GOODS AND VARIETY Burt, Iowa SIGN UP NOW IN YOUR CO-OP'S CATTLE FEED BOOKING PROGRAM You can protect yourself against price increase or decrease of cattle feed by signing up now at the Burt Co-Op Elevator for the 1966-67 FALL, WINTER, SPRING AND SUMMER CATTLE FEED BOOKING PROGRAM. By participating in this program, you are protected from an unexpected rise in feed prices. If the prices should go below the booked price, then the lowest price will be in effect and charged the day of the shipment. All feed is top quality co-op dairy and beef concentrates — with the necessary vitamin content. Take advantage of this opportunity to eliminate risk. See you local co-op for complete details ! BURT ELEVATOR Ronald Jurgens, Mgr. Phone 924-3241 GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 SUCCESSOR TO C. B. CHIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONE BURT, RES. 924-3431 NEW CAR LOANS Got your eye set on one of the oustanding new 1967 cars? Stop in at the Burt Savings Bank and make that dream become reality with a new car loan - at low, low bank rates. So go ahead, look over the new cars. Then come and see us for easy financing, Burt Savings Bank Member F.D.I.C.
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