Burt-Lone Rock Monitor Mrt. toby HlncVley, Newt tonnit Wollftr, Editor Burt High Homecoming Friday - Parade & Dance fe BURT - Plans are completed students are spending every lipare moment in preparation for f Homecoming activities to beheld ^Friday, Oct. 14. I 1 ' Activities will begin with the ; usual snake dance through Main IJBtreet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday lilght, following by the pep rally fftt the Athletic Field. '•£ Friday at 2:30 p. m. every $lass in the school will be rep- t^fesentecl in the Homecoming parade with a float or other ^activity. I. The, game at 8 p. m. ftinds Burt meeting Thompson. ^ Highlight of the evening will :5£e the crowning of the Home-coming Queen during halftime "activities. ,' Queen candidates chosen by vihe student council, all senior gjirls; are" Charlene Lappe, Nancy •-VAckerman, .Norma Harms and ijLinda Meyert' The one chosen •vtyill be crowned by last year's ? Queen, Nancy Becker, now a ^student at Estherville J. C. .< •'," Queen Charlotte Lappe, Al- v.gona Band Festival Queen, will •J appear in the parade. '";; A dance at the high school |Vjgym with, the "Shy Men", a •^musical combo from Burt, fur, ff nishing dtthcing music, will bring : i.homecoming activities to a close. St. John's Aid Of Burt To Moke A Bus Trip r ' ! BURT-Members of St. John's Ladies Aid paid special tribute Thursday to their honorary members LillieBleich, Esther Miller, Nettie J Lavrenz, Rosa Wiese, ; :Anne Reimers and Helen Weiske. ; .VA .special prayer was offered Pn,the,ir behalf and each was pre- sented a gift from the society. In business, members made final plans for a chartered bus trip to Perry on Oct. 13. They will visit the Lutheran Home for the Aged at Perry. Elizabeth Radig and Mary Lou Marlowwere appointed delegates from the Aid to the annual meeting of the Lutheran Home Finding Society at Ft. Dodge on Oct. 18. The president, June Presthus, will also attend. Hostesses wereViolaCunning- ham, Pat Elmers and Esther Miller. Burt Girl Is Honored At Bridal Shower BURT - Roberta Ackerman, bride-to-be of the near future was honored with a pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower at the Burt Methodist church on Thursday evening. Registering the many guests attending was Mary Harms, a friend and classmate. Roberta, her mother, Mrs. Muriel Ackerman, her fiance's mother, Mrs. Meta Gifford, and her grandmother, Mrs. Ruth Krueger, were presented beautiful mum corsages from the hostesses. A short, appropriate program was presented with Virginia Fries acting as emcee. Included in the program was a piano solo by Judy Spry, a humorous reading by Roseanne Ulses, and an appropriate game with Thelma Lappe leading. Roberta then opened her many beautiful and useful gifts. She was assisted by Sandra Canaday -% ,-(**•' Put your car in our hands. Let us ready it for smooth, top performance during cold-weather days ahead. From adding anti-freeze to new battery installation, we'll put your car in *.qood shape. Reutzel's Garage Phone 924-3315 Burt Camera Special! Good for Thurs,, Fri., Sat. - Oct. 13, 14, 15 ; : to acquaint you with our Photo Dept., we offer you this fantastic bargain — all for only $19.95! * (nstamatic Camera reg. $16.65 .,? 126 Color Film reg. $1.40 ,"* Flash Cubes (1 sleeve reg.. $1.95 '••* prpfessional Care Book (adventures . in picture taking) reg. * Long-life batteries reg. ,;?..*. Pictures Folio reg, * Certificate for free film development worth $3.90 50c $1.00 50c Regular $28.15 Value NOW ONLY 19 Burt Sundry Store and Roseanne Ulses with Cheryl and Carol Behrends, Vickie Gifford and Angela Boeckholt acting as gift pages. Donna Zwiefel poured at a table decorated In fall colors. The hostesses were Phyllis Wiener, Alleeda Harms, Ella Mae Cherland, Ivy Woltz, Mildred Mescher, Myrtle Zwiefel, Dorothy Peterson, Esther Schrader, Doris Larson, Nettie Giddings, Mary Gebken, Genaveve Virginia Becker, Helen Schwietert, Dorothy McFarland, Margie Lavrenz, Ruth Trunkhill, Helen Wermers, Shirley Lovstad, Magdalene Oilman, Virginia Fries, Ida Belle Black, Arlene Woods, Naomi Chlpman, Donna Haase, Kate Groen, Thelma Lappe, Barbara Harms, Minerva Curtis, Phyllis Wiener, Beverly Curtis, Pat Kohlhaas and Viola Cunningham. Roberta will become the bride of Don Gifford at the Burt Methodist church Saturday, Oct. 22. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Houck and Mrs. Ida Mae Johnson, Hector, Minn., spent several days at the Kenneth Cook home and with relatives at Lone Rock and Fenton. Mrs. Houck is a sister of the late Herman Schrader. Mrs. Ralph Bartlett, Charles City, spent Wednesday at the Kenneth Cooks. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Shippey, St. Louis, Mo., were Tuesday dinner guests of Mrs. Elsie Junkermeier and Naomi. Mrs. George Becker attended a district Beauty Counselors meeting held at the Johnson House, Algona, on Wednesday forenoon. A noon luncheon followed the meeting. This was a "pre-Christmas" introductory meeting and the area manager, Prue Smith, Omaha, Nebr., was the guest speaker. Richard Gebken, a sophom ore zoology major at Iowa State University, Ames, has been nominated secretary-treasurer of Vance House, Knapp Hall. Richard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gebken, Burt. Mr. andMrs.QuentinBjustrom attended an open house Sunday afternoon honoring Henry Kubly on hi^Oth;Wtthd^yanjj|yeXsary. Pat Schwietert, a senior < student nurse at Iowa Methodist Hospital, Des Moines, spent the weekend at the parental Merle Schwietert home. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal and family, Titonka, were Sunday dinner and afternoon guests at the Lawrence Doege home. Mrs. Dale Penfield, California, is a guest at the home of her sister-in-law and husband, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen. Weekend guests besides Mrs. Penfield were Mr. and Mrs. Jack McMullen, Cheryl and Ronnie, and a friend. Layman's Sunday was observed at the Burt Methodist church on Sunday morning. Services were conducted by Lay Leader, J. L. Miller. Addresses were given by Layman Frank Ryerson who spoke on "The Servant Me" and by Layman Fred Hilton Phone 924-3409 Ivy Wpltz, Mgr. NOW AVAILABLE IN THIS AREA . . . MILK TRULY RICH MILK FOR "THE TASTE OF QUALITY." JJome Juelivtry i •' .' i • 9VH1 —— 924-3387 PON KIIMIIS •»— •'••••••••••••••MWl^MMM Burt P. M. r Wife Takes In Nat'l Convention BURT - Postmaster and Mrs. Wallace Hawcott arrived home late Wednesday from Louisville, Ky., where they attended the national convention of the National Association of Postmasters Sept. 25 through 29. Highlight of the convention was an address by Postmaster General O'Brien, who spoke at the closing banquet on Thursday evening. Enroute to and from Louisville, the Hawcotts visited relatives and took side trips. At St. Louis, Mo. they visited the post office department and the postal data center. At New London, Mo. they were guests of former Burt residents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Noland. The Noland's son, Gerald, left on Sept. 28 to enter military service. At Ypsilanti, Mich, they visited Mrs. Hawcott's sister and family. They also visited friends at Wooster and Norwalk, Ohio, and at Joliet, ni. - o WE'RE SORRY! The name of Mrs. Axel Carlson was Inadvertently omitted from the list of U.P.W. officers in last week's issue of the Monitor. Our apologies, Mrs. Carlson. - o Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Steward and sons, Minneapolis, spent the weekend with his father, Walter Steward and with his mother, Mrs, Steward, a patient at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Mason City. They were Saturday night guests at the home of Mrs. Steward's parents at Madrid. Mrs. Delbert Schaeller, Darcy and Kathy attended a miscellaneous shower honoring her sister, Roberta Wentworth at the' Ledyard Methodist church Friday night. On Sunday afternoon Mrs} Schaeller also attended a linen shower in honor of her'sister at the Olga Johnson home, Fairmont. Miss Wentworth will become the bride of Michael Koons Oct. 22 at the Swea City Baptist church. Auxiliary Plans Veterans Day Dinner, Burt BURT - Members of the Burt American Legion Auxiliary voted Tuesday night to again sponsor a junior girl to Hawkeye Girls State to be held at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, June 15 through 11. They also made plans to hold a pot-luck supper for Legion and Auxiliary members and their families on Veteran's Day, Nov. 11. Members made and filled seven "ditty bags" which will be sent to men in service for Christmas. The junior Auxiliary girls also made 30 tray favors to send to the State Hospital, Woodward. Due to conflicting events on regular sewing day, members voted to dispense with the October sewing meeting. Mary Nelson and Elva Boettcher were hostesses for Tuesday night's meeting. Mrs. Hazel Tenney, Granada, Minn., was a Sunday guest of Mrs. Jessie Rash. Mrs. Tenney taught the special education class at Burt school two years ago. Saturday guests of Mrs. Rash were Mr. and Mrs. John Rash and family and Mrs. Betty Webb, Algona. Thursday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller were Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Miller, Royal, la., and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Norland, Spencer. Well done is better than well • said. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1966 Algeria, (la.) Upper DM MelnM-9 Burt Marshal To Attend A Police School BURT - Town council members Monday night voted to allow necessary expenses for Marshal Paul Schwieger to attend an all- day law enforcement council held Tuesday in Des Moines. They also voted to extend a cigarette permit to the Burt Sundry Store that opened for business on Saturday. Fire Chief Walter Steward was present and presented the need of the local department for masks and other necessary equipment needed to fight fires where ammonia fumes are present. After considerable discussion pro and con to the purchasing of such equipment, it was tabled for further study. To conclude business, the treasurer's report was presented and placed on file and routine bills were allowed. Mrs. Walter Steward is a patient at the Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she is receiving medical care. She entered the hospital Oct. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Cunningham and the Robert Voigt, Srs., received word of the death of their grandson and nephew, Reed Voigt of Layton, Utah. Reed, who was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voigt, Jr. of Layton, was fatally injured in an auto accident Wednesday night. Mrs. Cunningham and daughter, Mrs. Richard Trunkhill went to Layton on Saturday to attend final rites for Reed. LECTRIC & MOTOR Expert service on all re- wi'^ding and general repair of electric motors. RED'S MOTOR SHOP Burt, Iowa Phone 924 3413 Mr. and Mrs. Harley O. Hansen, David and Bruce went to Iowa City Thursday night. On Friday David and Bruce went through the clinic for tests and examinations. HEY! The J A D Laundromat it open again in Burt! > j j j > TREAT YOUR FAMILY SUNDAY DINNER AT... ICUNNINGHAM'S * CAFE BURT, IOWA Kossuth County's Friendliest Cafe ! jMMMM* ¥•¥¥¥»¥¥¥¥¥¥ > i ) > ) > j • ) i i ) ) J I SPECIALS! "We'll furnish the matches for a BERNIE-ing Homecoming victory!" WEEKEND OF OCTOBER 13, 14, 15 OSAGE PEACHES 2 cans 55c Tendersweet GREEN BEANS 4 tins 69c Small size TIDE. box 33c Hostess CUPCAKES 3pkgs. 29c BANANAS Ib. lOc Gus Closer Pickle & Pimento Meat. Ib. 59c CARROTS Ib. lOc Spoon size SHREDDED WHEAT .. box 29c Flavor-pack PLUMS .-..2-2y2cans 69c Kraft FRENCH DRESSING ... jar 29c WAX PAPER roll 23c j NESTEA -jar 80c HALO SHAMPOO....btl. 88c Lustre Creme HAIR SPRAY can 79c Duncan Mines SPICE CAKE MIX.... box 39c Pillsbury ANGEL FOOD MIX... box 53c Tin foil 4 PIE PLATES pkg. 19c Armour DRIED BEEF jar 49c Snowboy DATES --pkg. 35c NesHe's CHOCOLATE QUIK ... box 39c Flynn'* COTTAGE CHEESE.. 2 Ibs. 49c Bcrnie's Market PHONE 924-3/ 14 WE GIV. £&h GREEN BURT CATTLE MEN: Want to eliminate a big risk? \ 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 sign* ing 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. GOOD LUCK BURT BEARS IN YOUR HOMECOMING THIS FRIDAY! BURT@P p 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 i CONSOLIDATE YOUR BILLS! You can put all of your unpaid bills into one easy-to-pay lump sum. Then, pay them off with one convenient loan . . . repayable in monthly amounts to fit your budget. Come in today! Your loan can be processed in just one day. .V.V.V.V.V.V. GOOD LUCK, BEARS! BEAT THOMPSON BURT SAVINGS MEMBER-F.-D.I.C' >..,',••' - *> *?,.
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