The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1966 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1966
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Burt The Monitor Thurtday, October 6, 1966 'Algeria (la.) Upper D*ft Mo!nM-7 Lone Rock Rwby HHtdttey, Newt Pwblithed By tlie Upper DM Moln.i »ubli*hln 0 Co., Algeria, Iowa WoOer, EdHet Burt Group Made Kansas City Tour ®*m IBURT - A big delegation of people from the Burt and adjacent area were guests August 10 on a bus trip and tour of the CCA facilities in Kansas City. They ^were guests of the Burt Cooperative Elevator. •.The group making the trip is pictured above. First row, left to right: Glen Teeter, Burt; Henry Dearchs, Algona; Ed Goche, Bancroft; Earl Angle, Burt; Eu Claire E. Meyer, Burt; A. J. Dittmer, Burt; Jim Lindhorst, Algona; E. J. Cherland, Burt. Second row, left to right: Robert G. Degen, Burt; Donald Strayer, Burt; Gerald Soderberg, Bancroft; Victor Fitch, Titonka; Walter Goche, Bancroft; LeRoy Schiitz, Bancroft; Larry Dreyer, Butt; Kenneth Sarchet, Burt; D. L. Me Arthur, Algona. Third row, left to right: Milton Marlow, Lone Rock;Harold Andreasen, Burt; Dale Lockwood, Buqt; Dr. Bahne K. Bahnson, Burt; BruceT Cranston-^ Burt ;f• Ernie Sansgard, Kanawha; Ron- ald Jurgens, Burt; Ed Ver Steeg and Royal Dresback, Ft. Dodge. Fourth row, left to right: Mrs. Earl Angle, Burt; Mrs. Ruth Dreyer, Burt; Mrs. Henry Dearchs, Algona; Mrs. Harold Andreasen, Burt; Mrs. Milton Marlow, Lone Rock; Mrs. Gerald Soderberg, Bancroft; Mrs. Ron Jurgens, Burt; Mrs. D. L. Me Arthur, Algona; Mrs. Bruce Cranston, Burt; Jean Lockwood, Burt; Maree Bahnson, Burt. Fifth row, left to right .-Camilla Degen, Burt; Mrs. Inge Strayer, Burt; Janice Lindhorst, Algona; Mrs. Louise Goche, Bancroft; Hazel Teeter, Burt jMaxlne Dittmer, Burt; Mrs. Gertrude Schiitz, Bancroft; Mrs. Ed Goche, Bancroft; Mrs. Victor Fitch, Titonka, Mrs. Eu Claire E. Meyer, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman, Jr. and family w§re Wed 7 nesday evening 'guests of his brother ( ,and fami]^. the Dr. Joe Troutfhans, Henime. „ Top Value Buys Thurs., Fri., Sat. — Oct. 6, 7, 8 l^HAIR SPRAY ..We By Sudden Beauty. Try it - you'll like it. Giant 13 oz. can ifr Bubble Bath Oil Me Pine or floral. lir VITAMINS ., 100 Para-daily vitamins Full Line of HALLMARK CARDS Burt Sundry Store IVY WOLTZ, MGR. Mickey the Mechanic Sex: Prevent costly car troubles before they start. Our lubrication experts will quickly lubricate all vital car pqrts to reduce friction and wear. Visit us today or tonight, in fact anytime. We're open 'round the clockl Reutzel's Garage Phone 924*3315 Bvrt Church Turkey SupperSet For October 12 BURT - Members of the Burt Methodist church will hold their annual turkey supper at the church on Wednesday, Oct. 12. Serving will begin at 4:45 p. m. and continue until all are served. On the menu will be Roast Blue Mound Turkey and all the trimmings plus homemade rolls and your choice of pie. Mark the date on your calendar and enjoy a meal out. - o Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kirk of Washington, D. C., and Oscar Miller, Titonka, were Tuesday dinner and afternoon guests at the J. L. Miller home. Pat Groen, Ft. Dodge, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Kate Groen. Don't forget the annual Methodist turkey supper, served family style, Wednesday, Oct. 12, beginning at 4:45 p. m. ' A traveling "Space Mobile" will be at the Burt school at 1 p. m., Friday, Oct. 7. This traveling space science demonstrating unit consists of a compact and specially designed bus which carries equipment for space science experiments. The public as well as students from 4th through 12th grades are invited to visit this unique, yet educational unit. Saturday evening supper and evening guests at the Martin Griese home were Mrs. S. A. Lindbloom, Fairmont, Mrs. E. R. Andrews and Mrs. Joe Schwab, Rochester, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jaskulke, Granada, Minn., and' Mrs. Beulah Dundas. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Willrett and Louis Riedel arrived home late Monday after visiting several days at the home of the latter's son and family, the Gerald Riedels at Escanaba, Mich. Enroute home on Monday the trio were luncheon guests and visited at the home of Rev. and Mrs. William Scheer and family at Wisconsin Dells, Wise. A 7 lb., 15 oz. baby girl named Anne Frances, arrived •on Friday, Sept. 30 to make her home with the Rev. and Mrs. Merlin C. Davies. The TREAT } YOUR FAMILY i > j i j j SUNDAY DINNER AT... ;UNNINGHAM'S CAFE BURT, IOWA Kossuth County's Friendliest Cafe ! ***** I J J 1 J 1 • > 3 1 1 I little miss, who made her debut at St. Ann hospital, has a sister, Beth, and brothers Owen and Mark to welcome her into the family circle. Rev. and Mrs. Henry Friedrich, Marcus, are the proud parents of a new baby daughter, who arrived on Monday, Sept. 26, weighing in at 7 Ibs., 1 oz. Baby Linda Diane has a sister and two brothers to welcome her. Proud grandparents are Rev. and Mrs. Walter Friedrich, Algona, and Mrs. Ella Meyer, Burt. Mrs. Friedrich. is the former Evelyn Meyer." Mrs. S. A. Lindbloom, Fairmont, spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Griese. Mrs. Ella Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Alan and Joel, and Mr. and Mrs. Eu Claire Meyer, Terry and Brenda, attended the 7 p. m. wedding of James Bierstedt -and Barbara Darnell held at Trinity Lutheran^ .church at Blue Earth Saturday/ evening. The groom-is the'soir of the A. C. Bierstedts, Lakota, and a nephew of Mrs. Ella Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adams, Algona, called at the parental Lawrence Doege home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman, Jr., Kim, Laura and Joe were Monday evening supper guests at the Al Hinckley home. The birthday of Mrs. Troutman was observed. • The annual drive for funds for the Boy Scout program in Burt .got underway on Friday. It was hoped that the drive could be completed in one day, but be- cause of various conflicts only about one-third of the drive has been completed. Harley Hansen, chairm an in charge of the drive, wishes to urge all Lion members who have not contacted their list of names, to do so and turn in the funds as soon as possible. Burt's fair share in this year's Scouting program is $332.00. Mrs. E. R. Andrews and Mrs. Joe Schwab of Rochester, Minn., spent the weekend with the former's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Griese and with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Beulah Dundas. Members of the U and I circle will meet at Cunningham's Tea Room on Monday, Oct. 17, and not on Tuesday, Oct. 11, as previously announced. Hostesses are Mrs. Elsie Junkermeier and Naomi. Mrs. Ella Meyer spent ths past two weeks at the of her daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Henry Friedrich, Marcus, where sh*e assisted in the care of her daughter and new baby granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. George Becker, Steve and Susie, spent Sunday at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Westling, Don and Vickie, attended final rites for his sister La Verla, held Saturday at McCulloughs Funeral Chapel. Burial wag in the South Marlon cemetery at Stratford, la. Relatives and friends who gathered at the Martin Becker home for a pot-luck dinner following the band parade on SPECIALS! WEEKEND OF OCTOBER 6, 7, 8 Congratulations Queen Charlotte! SUMMER SAUSAGE ... lb. 69c BRAUNSCHWEIGER.... lb. 49c BEEF LIVER lb. 39c SARDINES......2tins 25c CHIPPED BEEF 3pkgs. $1 BEEF GRAVY....2fer 35c ONIONS.. 2 Ibs. 19c POTATOES bag 39c TOMATO SOUP...can lOc SWEET ROLLS..2pkgs. 69c PILLSBURY PIE CRUST 39c (buy one and get one free) GREEN BEANS....N.303<«25c CHARCOAL 10Ibs. 59c WHITE GRAPES, .lb. 21c Bernie's Market PHONE 924-3614 WE GIVE S& H OREEN STAMPS Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Becker and family, Mrs. Harold Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. and boys, and Mrs. Duane Mawdsley and family. Fire Call Made At McWhorter Farm, Sunday BURT - Members of the Burt volunteer fire department answered a call to the Ray McWhorter farm about 4 p. m. Sunday. Jack Trunkhlll was working on a tractor when an acetylene torch he was using to weld a pipe exploded setting fire to the dry grass and weeds. The tires on the tractor were also partly burned. Quick work by friends and the fire department had the fire extinguished before too much damage was done. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz and Dawn were guests at the home of a nephew, Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Schultz of Little Rock, la. They spent Saturday and Sunday in Little Rock. Dawn Schultz of Minneapolis has been home on a two week vacation. CARD OF THANKS A sincere "thank you" to you my friends, who remembered me with memorials, letters and cards during the recent loss of my brother. Your thoughtfulness will be always be treasured. Lefle McMullen. (75*) HEADQUARTERS FERTILIZER NOW I Atturc youritlf of^more time ntxt iprlng to gat your crop planted early. Fall facilitation will reduce your toll compaction, too. Fertlllxe now when the fleldi are dry and firm. Winter freezing and thaw- Ing will correct damaging compaction. Proper fall fertlllzeri available at your co-op will ipeed up the decom- poiltlon of crop reilde — forming rich humui more rapidly. Stop In at your co-op and take advantdge of the low fall ratei on fertilizer* and Improve your crept — all In one big itep. See us for complete fertilizer needs I BURT® ELEVATOR for your FALL CLOTHING MEN'S WOMEN'S .BOYS' GIRLS' Just Arrived: new shipment of SWEATERS Latest styles in new fall colqrs. See U$ ... Shipler's DRY GOODS AND VARIETY Burt, Iowa Ronald Jurgens, Mgr. Phone 924-3241 GARRY FUNERAL HOME and . AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN; iI'1 PHONE BANCROFT 5483 SUCCESSOR TO C. B. CHIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONE BURT, RES. 924-3431 LECTRIC ft MOTOR SERVICE Expert service on all rewinding and general re- pair of electric motors. RED'S MOTOR SHOP Burt, Iowa Phone 924-3413 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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