The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1966 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1966
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6-Aleeno (lo.) Upper D«< Moin«* Thursday, October 6, 1966 Burt Women's Club Hosts Old Time Supper Members of the Burt Woman's Club held their annual buffet supper at the Burt Methodist church on Monday night. Guests of the club were the district president, Mrs. Leonard Elbert, Whittemore, the lady teachers and wives of the men of the Burt school faculty. The theme of the evening, "Yester-years" was carried out by the decorations and entertainment of the evening. On display for all to view were antiques of all kinds brought by the members. The entertainment committee appeared in clothes from "yester-year," The program of the evening Included the singing of old-time songs by the club quartet, Erna Grover, Virginia Fries, Helen Smith and Marlene Stenzel. Vera Bradley delighted the group with readings pertaining to "yester-year." Jean Lockwood, Genevieve Graham, Thecla Chrlstensen, Vera Bradley and Virginia Fries were in charge of the supper. This was the first meeting of the new club year and officers beginning their year's duties were: Ethel Dremmel, president; Vera Bradley, vice president; Lillian Fredrlckson, secretary; and Maybelllne Lovstad, treasurer. Committees named to serve during the new club year were: Program committee: Mary Jean Andrews, chairman; Lefle McMullen, Darlene Herrick, Maybelllne Lovstad and Ruth 0. Patterson. Entertainment committee: Rachelle Scott, chairman; Leona Lacy, Lavlna Hansen and Iva Jurgens. Three new members, Mrs. Bruce Calbreath, Mrs. Bruce Cranston and Mrs. Ron Jurgens, were welcomed Into the club. The president, Ethel Dremmel, reminded members of the fall district meeting to be held at the Methodist church, Webster City, on Friday, Oct. 7. She urged all members to attend. The next meeting will be a "pack and tote" cook-out at Call State Park, Algona, Monday, Oct. 10. This will be guest night. Burt Proudly Welcomes Its Queen Winner BURT - Congratulations are in store from Burt residents to Charlotte Lappe, who was crowned Queen at the Algona Band Festival on Saturday even- Ing. Charlotte, a senior at Burt High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lappe, and has a. busy schedule at school. She is football cheerleader, member of marching and concert band, girls' glee club, mixed chorus and small vocal groups, as well as serving as band officer. Following her graduation from high school she would like to go on to school and become a home economics teacher. Charlotte has a twin sister, Charlene, who, of course, was pretty proud of her twin. She also has three other sisters, Virginia, Mrs. Ronald Lauer, Waseca, Audrey, Olympla, Wash., and Cathy, at home; and two brothers, Tommy and Bobby. The proud grandfather, who was sure Charlotte would be Queen is Clyde Bristow. Queen Charlotte was met by a car caravan and escorted into town Saturday night. Lone Rock Girl Completes A Steno Course pltal, Algona, for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen and Brenda of Albert Lea, Minn., were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen Sunday. During the afternoon they called at the home of Mrs. Jensen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanna, also at the homes of other friends and relatives before returning to Albert Lea. GUEST DAY The Lone Rock Presbyterian church will have its U. P. W. meeting at 2 p. m, Thursday. This is the annual Guest Day. There will be a guest speaker, Mrs. Glen Stockdale of Aplington, who will speak and show slides on Appalachla. Mrs. Denis Priebe is in charge of the program entitled, "The Growing Mission." - o Mrs. Florence Macumber of Algona was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen from Tuesday until Thursday of last week. Mrs. Macumber, a former resident of Lone Rock, visited many friends during her stay. She and Mrs. Jensen were coffee guests at the home of Mrs. Frank Flaig Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps visited Johnny Cunningham at the Curtis Rest Home, Burt, Sunday, then drove to Irvington where they visited the Mervin Bristows. Burt Calendar COMMUNITY EVENTS THURSDAY, Ost. 6-Members of Masonic Lodge meet, 8:00p. m. of Masonic Lodge meet, 8:00 p. m. MONDAY, Oct. 10 - School Board meets, 7:30 p. m. TUESDAY, Oct. 11- Members of Eastern Star meet, 8:00 p. m, WEDNESDAY, Oct. 12-Annual Methodist Turkey Supper, 4:45 p. m. FRIDAY, Oct. 14 - Homecoming at Burt. LIBRARY NOTES Two new books have been presented to the Burt Public Library. One, "The Beloved Invader*' by Eugenia Price, was presented to the library by Mrs. Gladys Hawcott in memory of her friend, Cleo Weldon. The other, "Alone No Longer", by Stanley Stein, was presented by the American Legion Auxiliary. Boys and girls, 5th grade through 8th-If you are interested in assisting in setting up a window display for National Book Week, Oct. 30-Nov. 5, will yoa please leave your name with me in the library. Six boys and girls will be chosen to assist in the display. Eleanor Stenzel, Librarian Miss Margret Blerstedt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt, Lone Rock, recently graduated from Hamilton College, Mason City, Iowa, after having completed the stenographic review course. She is employed at the Wei- denhoff Corporation, Algona, in the Order Department, She is a 1965 graduate of the Sentral Community High School, Fenton, Iowa. Rev. and Mrs. Albert Bullock are visiting in Council- Bluffs at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Ludwig. .Their daughter are}(family have recently moved from Lincoln, Nebr. to Council Bluffs. . Mr. and Mrs. A, A. Krueger entertained Rev. and Mrs. Ben Meyer for dinner on Monday evening. The Meyer's home is in Minneapolis and he formerly was pastor of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. Mrs. Maude Blanchard has been hospitalized at St. Ann hos- RE-OPENED FOR BUSINESS WE NOW HAVE PLENTY OF RAIN- SOFT WATER. > WASH WHAT YOU WANT - WHEN YOU WANT. > WASH CYCLE 20 MINUTES. (Really!) J & D LAUNDROMAT Burt, Iowa Talk trucks to those square shootin' good guys! first! THE DODGE BOYS HAVE TOUGH TRUCKS AT GENTLE PRICES! When it's time to talk trucks, talk to the Dodge Boys first! From the famous Sweptline Pickup shown here to the hugest diesel, the Dodge Boys have a truck to fit your needs. And, best of all, they have the terrrib and prices to fit your budget best! PERCIVAL MOTORS, INC. 800 SO. PHILLIPS ST., ALGONA, IOWA > (You can tell they're good guys they all wear [*\ white hats) IYS Burt hit the jackpot last week! Band Queen, new sundry & drug, laundromat re-opened and low grocery prices. Now we're planning to bring Sentral and Algona high in with us. CHUCK ROAST 59* Ib. Delicious & Energizing HORMEL CHILI 15 oz. tin WILSON'S SLICED BACON LEAN 69* DINTY MORE BEEF STEW Large tin SPECIALS WEEK FROM MONARCH - ALWAYS TOP QUALITY I PEACHES FRUIT COCKTAIL NO. 21/2 cans No. 303 - MONARCH Mix or Match Corn *J cans ^ | < iW^^VV^^VA^^^^^ ,',... ;. 5 No. 303 size cans , r; MONARCH FLOUR 5Lb. bag 49* Shortening Potatoes MONARCH Mandarin Oranges 4 I 0 . 1 890 LARGE HEAD LETTUCE MONARCH Strawberry Preserves 2Lb.Jar MONARCH RED KIDNEY 3 BEANS * No Tins MONARCH APPLE SAUCE 4 * 0 ' Northern Bathroom Tissue 12 ROLLS COMPARE PRICES SO FREE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS WITH EVERY $5.00 ORDER - EVERYDAY I VOGEL'S Cardinal Store BURT. IOWA

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