Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1965 · Page 22
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Auxiliary at Burt selects for Girls State Burl — The Legion and Auxiliary met at the Legion hall April 6. Hostesses were Luella MeWhorter and Maree tiahn- sGfi. Jane BarSlOU Was selected as delegate to Hawkeye Girts state at Cedar falls June 13-19. Victoria Koestlcr was selected as alternate. Members voted to give $3 to Radio Free Europe. The Auxiliary Spring Cdnfer- ence will lie April 25 at Carroll. The sewing meeting was April 14 at. Etta Howard's. HAS SURGERY Mrs. Helen Vogcl, Robert Mel- I-ALOONA (lowi) ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL IS, 1W5 vllle and Richard Uebken went to Iowa City last week. Thursday Robert Melville had minor surgery on his knee at l/niver- sity hospital. He had injured his knee several years ago ana it had become paihiul. His brother John Melville, came from Garrelt Park, Md., and stayed with him. Monday they both went to Maryland. Robert is a Burt senior and will return next week to complete his school work here. HONOR ATHLETES Burt Lions club activities banquet will be held at the gym April 19. The public is invited to attend the pot luck dinner, speaker will be George Meyers, DCS Moines, Insurance Consultant lor Swtit & Co., and an ordained baptist minister and traveled speaKcr. A ventriloquist irom Sac City will also be on the program, 'leachers of activities at liurt school will give reports. This banquet honors the athletic students 01 Burt school. CONTEST RATINGS At the contest at Armstrong April 10 Burt school received the following ratings: solos, Victoria Koestler 1; Mary Harms I; piano, Linda Becker I; Nancy Becker II; Girls trio, Mary Harms, Linda Fairbanks, Jane Barslou, II; Girls Sextette, Roy- alec Sankey, Nancy Ackerman, Charlotte Lappe, Linda Becker, Charlene Lappe, Nancy Becker. WED IN MARYLAND Margaret Ann, daughter of the James F. Herrings, Forrest swilcti lo modern ELECTRIC'domes flpyiiio! ' ' • : I - • * Elictric clothes drying means you can dry clothes inside your home, night or day, rain or shine. See your dealer. Algona Municipal Utilities Heights, Mtl., and Richard Allen Baker, Lancaster, CftUfi, were married March 8 in the Halifax Methodist church, H*U> fax, N. C. Mf. Baker is in the Navy. They will live in Washing, ton, D. c. Mrs. Herring is the tormer Nornia Jean Hash. Margaret Anne is well known in Hurt and Algona as she spent the summer months with her grandmother, Mrs. Jessie Hash., NEW TEACHERS Mrs. Esther Hilton and Mrs. Marlene Stenzel have accepted teaching contracts lor the 1«651966 scnool year in tne Burt school. Mrs. Esther Hilton will replace Mrs. bhirley Tietz in third grade and Mrs. Marlene otenzei will replace Mrs. Mary ucsterreicticr in nrst grade. At present, Mrs. Esther Hilton is in the Sentral system and Mrs. Marlene Mcny.ol is hall-day instructor in the Burt school. BLUE BIRDS MEET Burt blue Birds met March 13 with Judy, Janet and Marilyn Cherlanci. The 4-H day at Algona ws discussed and the oooth committee appointed. Easter lilies were sold April 10. Talks were given by Jean i^ynch and Janet Cherland. Tne leader Mrs. Coady gave a presentation, Lunch was served by the .lostesses. Marilyn Cherlana is reporter. SELL EASTER LILIES The annual Easter Lily Day in Burt was April 9-10 wheh Junior Girl Scouts and the Burt Blue Birds 4-H club sold paper Easter Lilies made by the. physically landicapped. The money is used to help crippled children and adults in Iowa. "BRICK is our business" • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL "General Construction and Plastering" — For Free Estimates Call — 5-3721 Prothman and Sons ALGONA, IOWA GOOD WILL BAGS Scouts distributed Good Will bags April 10 and will collect the filled bags April 17. The Good Will Industries need repairable shoes and clothing, and small appliances to provide employment for the handicapped. GUEST NIGHT Eastern Star met April 13 at the hall for a program honoring the station of Martha. The neighboring chapters of Algona, Buffalo Center, Armstrong and Swea City were guests. DATE OPERETTA « ».<;• Elementary grades will give the operetta, It Happened in Holland, at 8 p.m. April 23 in the gym under the direction of Mrs. Erna Grover. J BOBBERS MEET V Burt Bombers met with Patricia and David Lynch. A demonstration was given by Patricia Lynch. Reporter is John Patterson, i'. The Dr. J. G. Clapsaddles returned April 7 after a winter GIVE YOUR HOME Spring time is "Spruce Up" time and Home Federal is the place to get the funds to do this jpb. Stop in and visit with us about a loan to add a room or two to your home—remodel your present home — and landscape and improve your home. Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn, All Account! Fully Insured to $lQ,()Qg Save From The Tenth — Earn From The First SINCE 1917 — AUSQNA, IQWA New manager Myron (Mike) Smith is the new igency manager for Farm,Bur : ' jau Insurance in Kossuth'Coun- ty. His office is located in Algb/ ' ' ' '"'• >>;',' :: Mr. Smith, 39, formerly ser.vi<> ad Franklin-Wright counties 1 for Farm Bureau Insurance and was the third highest, in insurance production in his division '.;''- . - j ] Prior to his insurance • work', he farmed near Dows, Iowa 'for 13 years and won an area yield championship in 1958. ; Mike and his wife, Beth, will move to Algona sometime V. in May or June. They have two children, Dennis, a freshman'at Iowa University, and Kareiv a freshman in high school. - -^ vacation in McAllen, Texas.* ', > Pat Hoover has been accepted as a member of Alpha Lambda Chapter of Gamma Sigma at Mankato State. , ; Birthday Circle will meet this Thursday at the Cunningham Tea Room with Mrs. Fred Lavrenz hostess. ' •">',! The Harlem Lacys are spending several weeks in Columbus, Ga., and will meet the new granddaughter born March 9 at the John Gromache home. Mrs. Loretta Waltman is staying with Mrs. H. O. Buell. '. - »- : The 0. H. Grahams visite'd in Osage at H, S. Young's. The R. J, DeLa Hunts, Haverstown, Md., were also guests. The DeLa Hunts were guests several days of the Grahams, Burt, returning Thursday. Mrs. Young, Mrs. Graham and Mrs. DeLa Hunt are sisters. •>; ^Supper club met April 8.at George Manus's. . • Mrs. Lee Cole has been ill at home with the mumps. Sunday school teachers of, St. John's Lutheran church who attended the institute at Our Saviors Lutheran church in Swea City were Raymond Lavrenz, Mrs. R. Bierstedt, Mrs. Ella Meyer, Mrs, Howard Batt, Mrs. R. Willrett and Rev. Wm. Scheer. ; ; • The Cantata, Cup, Cross and Crown, was given by the combined choirs at 9 a.m. April 11 at St. John's Lutheran church in Burt and at 11 a.m. at Our Saviors Lutheran church in Swea City, The Young Adult club of Methodist church met at Andrew Harms' in Pocahontas Apr. 11. Mrs. Jessie Rash spent the weekend in Algona at John Rash's and with Mrs. C, O. Webb. The Jim • Christensens left April 10 to visit their daughter Betty Bee in Tulsa, Okla. En- route they visited the W. B. Officers at Pleasantville. ; The Larry Westlings and Val- Gene Westlings became members of Burt Methodist church April 11. The Delbert Schael- lers transferred from Ringsted and Ledyard respectively. Mrs. LeRoy Davis transferred membership from the Presbyterian church. Maundy Thursday Communion service will be at 7 p.m. April THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL FENTQN Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors RELIABLE 24 HOUR AM&UUNCE 5ERVIC6 Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phons 23 - FENTON RINQSTEP PHONES: 15 Hi Burt Methodist church and It Si 15 p.m. It Good Hope Mcth- odlst church. tfiiidn dddd Friday service with the Presbyterian church will be held at 7:30 p.m. in Burt Methodist church. The Joint choirs will sing. The M.Y.F. Easter sunrise Ser- Vice Will be it 6:30 a.m. Easter Sunday at the Burt Presbyterian church. The new kindergarten class for next year attended school from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Friday, They returned home after the noon hot lunch. Judith and Janet Mitchell are home from Iowa City for Easter vacation, Sunday the Don Mitchells visited at Welcome, Minn., with Mrs. L. C. Williams for her 79th birthday. The Norman Mitchells returned from Hollywood, Fla., where they attended the Mutual Insurance Co. convention. Their daughter Ronda, who spent three weeks With their grandparents, the Don Mitchells, returned home with them. Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel and Patsy attended the shower for Mrs. Jerry Hazlitt at the Titonka Methodist church Friday. . Weekend guests at Walter Steward's were the Ray Millers, Estherville, and Perry, Karen and, Timothy, Iowa City. Perry Steward*will,.complete his work at Iowa iCity June 4. He has been doing student teaching at S. E. Junior high in Iowa City and is lome now for Easter vacation. Burt Woman's club met April 12 at Burt Presbyterian church. [lostesses were Marlene Stenzel, Palma . Joy. Holding and Helen Vogel. Easter meditation was by Ruth Hodgson. An organ iwd pUand Ihe F, L, * . J W . . . * A3 , t 5f * Jt , «,..*_, : - '_ ' ano duet was by Ruth Hodgson and Nancy Becker. Helen Smith talked en Easter. Mrs, H. 0. Buell was hostess at the Cunningham Tea Room April 11 for Mrs. Loretta Wa& man, Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf, Mrs. Amelia Polhemus, Mrs. A. H. Meinzer, Miss Ruth Hodgson, Mrs, C. M» Gross, Marie Grover, Mrs, Doris Larson, Mrs. Chas. Patterson, Mrs, Helen Johnson, TTic Lance Ricbhoffs spent April 4 with their s^ift «fdhfi ijl Sanborfi. Mrs. Riebhoff remlin- ed for & week ahd returned Still' day, AMARYLLIS — For 3? since Mrs. Mary Beck of Ma* quoketa owned her amaryllis, it has bloomed each year. It his produced three or four orange lily-like flowers each year. MUSCULAR AQHES-PAINS Take PRUVO tablets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and pains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these din- comforts .or your money back. At all drug* counters. HONSBRUCH DRUG .. 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