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Burt The Monitor THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1966 (]Q} Lone Rock Ruby Hinckky, N*wi Pub!i»h»d ly tt»» Upp*r DM M«in«< Publishing C«., Alaono. Iowa , Edfter for your FALL CLOTHING MEN'S WOMEN'S BOYS' GIRLS' Shipler's DRY GOODS AND VARIETY Burt, Iowa Burt Young Man Tells Of Trip To, Arrival In Italy BURT -The Ervin Ulses family received a very interesting letter from their son, Gene, from Rome, Italy, which they would like to share in part with Gene's rela* tives and friends. Gene sailed from New York for Rome on Sept. 23. After a one day stop-over in Lisbon, Portugal where they saw beautiful and modern parks, and then proceeded on a sight-seeing tour of the Rock of Gibraltar. From there the group visited the island of Majorca, off the Spanish coast, the City of Palms, and then on to Sardinia, an Italian island. The group, including 67 youths from the United-States who are studying in Rome, arrived at Naples on Oct. 3. "The sight as we arrived in (f Announcing The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States announces with pride that The National Association of Life Underwriters and The Life Insurance Agency Management Association have granted the NATIONAL QUALITY AWARD to Dale W. Lockwood Burt, Iowa For the Fifth consecutive I I L To qualify for this citation it is necessary each year to meet high standards of excellence jn the conscientious of clients and in continuing service to policyowners. MR. FARMER: WE CAN HELP! i Don't let opportunity slip through your fingers. Let us help give you the financial assist you need, for any worthwhile purpose. Full loan services "from the ground up" . • • low interest rates! BURT SAVINGS BANK Home is one 1 shall never forget," .said Gene. "St. Peter's Cathedral was ablaze with lights as they were observing the Feast of St. Francis of Asissi." Another "first" that will always hold a spot in Gene's memory is his attendance of the Papal Mass on Oct. 4. Following mass Pope Paul was carried on his throne, and the people that jammed the square went wild. "The population of Rome is now three million and traffic is really terrible," said Gene. "The streets are so narrow and there are so many cars. Traffic lights were introduced to Rome Just last year and policemen still direct traffic at the intersection." The college that Gene attends is a big building and very nice and relatively new, built in 1953. The rooms are about three times the size of the rooms in an American college, lots of storage space and lavatories in each room. There are about 280 students enrolled at North American College. They ^have a nice sports fjLeldior soccer K .;•-•'»• *.'*•/ i- ••-.. and soft ball, as well as hand ball and tennis courts. Gene's room overlooks the city and is but a ten minute's walk from St. Peter's Cathedral. Gene, a June graduate of the Dubuque Seminary, also attended St. John's, Bancroft, Trinity Prep at Sioux City, St. John's at Collegeville, Minn. He was granted an all-expense scholarship to study for the priesthood in Rome. Miss Ackerman Honor Guest At A Shower BURT -Roberta Ackerman was the guest of honor at a personal shower at the home of Mary Harms on Saturday night. Guests included Linda Bunkofske, Donna Zwiefel, Roseanne Ulses and Randy, Mary Harms, Charlene Lappe and Norma Harms. Games appropriate to the occasion were played, several winning prizes, after which the bride-to-be opened her gifts. A lunch, furnished by the girls, was served, with the remainder of the evening spent in visiting and wishing the bride-to-be much happiness and success in the milestone of her life. - o - Burt children will be "trick- or treating" after school Oct. 31 31 in an effort to obtain donations for UNICEF. All money taken in will be sent to this organization, which aids the sick and poverty stricken people of the world. Residents are asked to give what they can to the children who will be going house to house. Mrs. Ervin Ulses arrived home the end of the week from Miami, Fla., where she attended the, national convention of thei; -•National, i Council of Cath ' ' ''- ' 3 TOP VALUE BUYS: Kays Coronet VAPORIZER Q99 ^ « — Reg. $6.95 ^^ I 1 pint Reg. 69c 8 RUBBING QOC ALCOHOL OT Y '•••••••••••••••MB S fi 1 pint Reg. 69c 6 9 ** -IB MINERAL .__OJl__, STOP IN TODAY AT THE: Burt Sundry Store Phone 924-3409 Ivy Woltz, Mgr. WASH WHAT YOU WANT ...WHEN YOU WANT... at our licensed neighborhood \\festinghouse Women. Because of the activities of hurricane Inez, the plane was held up In Chicago for six hours. Their plane was the first to land in Miami when some of the viciousness of Inez had passed over and the passengers were hurried off to their hotel rooms. "Ineverwant to be in a wind like that again," said Mrs. Ulses. A group of members of the Burt and Good Hope Methodist churches attended the hymn festival at the Good Hope church on Sunday evening. Oilman, John and Helen Schwietert, Lorena Roark and Jane Barslou spent Sunday at the Leon Meyer home north of Ceylon, Minn. Mrs. Meyer Is a niece of the Schwleterts. Also present were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hunt of Dolliver, and their two sons, Marvin, who is home on a month's leave after spending a year in Viet Nam, and William, who is employed at the Monsanto Chemical Co. in St. Louis, also her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Mosloskl and Michelle of East Chain, Minn. Other guests were Margaret Schacherer of Walllngford, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Miller of Graettlnger. Mrs. Jessie Rash, Mrs. Esther Miller and Mrs. Be rule Miller attended a toy party at the home of Mrs. John Rash, Algona, on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Justin Anderson, Lebanon, Mo., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Westling and other relatives and friends In this vicinity. Mrs. Francis Elkins, Spencer, spent Wednesday evening with Mrs. Jessie Rash. The two ladles also visited with Mrs. Ella Slgsbee and Mrs. Lottie Isenberger at the home of the latter. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Abbas, Cross Lake, Minn., came Thursday night to visit their mother, Mrs. Walter Steward, a patient at a Mason City hospital and with his mother, Mrs. Florence Bagby, whq ; had the misfortune; of falling and breaking several ribs Pastor and Mrs. Arnold Vehling and thirty-three ladles from St. John's Lutheran church at Burt and LottsCreek Lutheran boarded a chartered bus at 7 a. m. on Thursday for a trip to Perry. There they toured and visited a candy factory, a hobby shop and the Lutheran Home for the Aged. After dinner at "The Rib" near Perry the group returned to Ft. Dodge for a visit at the shopping center and a tour of The Decorator's Work Shop. They arrived back in Burt about 6 p. m. Jean Mescher, a student at the Ft. Dodge Junior College, spent the weekend at the parental Walter Mescher home. Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Strouse, Curt and Christie were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Strouse and sister, Debbie, LeMars. Richard Burmeister and Richard Johnson, Fontanelle, spent the weekend with Burt friends and attended the Homecoming x activities. Mr. and Mrs. Mennet (Jack) Trunkhill became the proud parents of a baby daughter, their first. Little Susan Kay arrived at the Hancock Memorial hospital, Britt, Wednesday, Oct. 12, weighing 7 Ibs., 9 3/4 oz. Proud grandparents are Mennet Trunk- hill, Sr., Burt, and Mrs, Marie Dreyer, Fenton. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Jandl, Titonka, Mrs. Emma Dreyer, Algona, and John SchaUin, Burt. laundry store ALWAYS PLENTY OF HOT RAINSOFT WATER! 00 IT YOURSELF . . . SAVE 50% MEMBER F.D.I.C, WASH 2O< Per Mochinc DRY 1O< Fo> 10 (9 Ib.) lood ' COIN OPERATED • UNATTENDED OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK German School Compared To Sentral High LONE ROCK - Kathy Hurlburt, a new eleventh grade student at Sentral this year, came from Weisbaden High in Weis- baden, Germany. Kathy, who now lives in Fenton, recently wrote an article for the Sentral High School paper, the "Beep", in which she told some of Uie interesting differences in high school in Germany and Sentral. The Weisbaden school was much larger, had nine buildings and 1800 students in grades nine through 12. German teens are not much different from American teens, wrote Kathy, they wear the same style clothes, watch the same movies, read the same books and listen to the same records. If a record hits the number one place here in the States, it will usually hit the German top 10. Some songs are translated, usually those that stay in the number one place for awhile . Most records though are kept in English. There are 3 main differences between us. One is that very few German teens have cars. They usually walk, or take a bike to where they want to go. That also includes school. There are no school buses in Germany. The second difference is that when German teens work, they give their money to their parents. The parents feel that they have to feed, clothe and provide shelter for the child for 14, 15, or 16 years, so the children should help with the expenses. The third difference is the school. Everyone goes through the first eight grades, but then only the straight A students go on to high school. All others go to trade school. The students that do go on to ..high school take, the same subjects we do. They then go to college if they are straight A students. The government pays for their college training instead of the individual. - o - NEW MUSIC GROUP The Sentral High School choir, under the direction of Mr. Zwiefel, has started a madrigal this year. Madrigal has a very colorful background. It was started around the 16th century as a group singing mostly popular secular songs. In those days, they were comparable to our modern "swingers" such as the Beatles. But instead of staying in this line, the madrigal has become known as the predecessor of the opera. The plans at present for the first public performance will be entitled "O Beloved Shepherds" by Andrea Hammerschmidt. - o - Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer and boys of Oelwein were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and the Arno Juhls, Fenton. Sunday guests at the Frank Dreyer home were Mr. and Mrs. John Hovey. INFORMATION: For information on Blue Chip stock, new but promising or preferred stock at 6%, write HAROLD W.MAR- TIN, 436 Loomis Ave., Ft. Dodge, la., or phone 576-1325. (80M-tfn) LECTRIC ft MOTOR SERVICE Expert service on all rewinding and general repair of electric motors. RED'S MOTOR SHOP Burt/ Iowa Phone 924-3413 GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 SUCCESSOR TO C. B. CHIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONE 0URT, RES. 924-3431 Our big, new 1500 bushels per hour dri- er is now operoting in full swing. Take advantage of your investment and make arrangements to have your corn dried. We Invife you to take a look at this fait and efficient dri- er in operation. It is our goal to remain continually pro- gressive — so that we can provide you with ihe finest of service. BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR Ronald Jurgens, Mgr. BURT, [A. Phone 924-3241 Mickey the Mechanic Sex: 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. 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