The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1966 · Page 7
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Burt ••••M M| JM IB _ Thwnday, Nov. 3, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper Deft M The Monitor Lone Rock c Newt PublUhtd By The Upper Dti MeliiM *ubll*hlrt0 Co., Algeria, Iowa Dennfe WaWer, irfltet Burt Firemen Save Corn On Two Farms In Area Hear Talk On Birth Defects BURT - Jim Sellers, field consultant for the Iowa Society for Crippled Children and Adults, was guest speaker and showed slides at the Oct. 24 meeting of the Burt Woman's Club held at the home of Ruth O. l>atterson. Vera Bradley was assistant hostess. Joel Chlpman was also a guest and told of his experiences at Camp Sunny Side this past summer. Helen Smith gave an interesting article on the problems of birth defects. The next meeting of the club will be held on Monday, Nov. 7 at the home of Rochelle Scott. for your FALL CLOTHING MEN'S WOMEN'S BOYS' GIRLS' QtCW.INC, Just Arrived: new shipment of INSULATED SWEATSHIRTS Zipper fronts & hooded PRY-GOODS AND VARIETY Burt, Iowa BURT - Burt flremeft answered calls to two grass fires in as many days. On Wednesday afternoon they answered a call to the Richard* Campney farm, where sparks from an Incinerator set off a grass * fire that threatened the family garage and home, but thanks to fast action by firemen a scorched garage wall was the only damage done. On Thursday afternoon, the men were again called out, this time to a grass, tire along the railroad right-of-way near the Eugene Lovstad farm that threatened corn fields on the Lovstad and Walter Campney farms. This blaze was believed to have started from a spark from a train that had just passed through. - o- Pvt. Joseph H. Kahler, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Kahler, Burt, recently completed a hell- copter repair school at the Army Transportation School at Fort Eustis, Va. Pvt. Kahler was trained in the repair and maintenance of the Iroquois single- engine, single rotor troop and cargo helicopter. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Cook accompanied by Mrs. EvaMlttag, Algona, and Mrs. Alta Albright, Des Moines, spent last Sunday with .the former's, mother, Mrs. Lillian Cook, Mingb, la. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener were weekend guests of his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiener and Karla, Cedar Falls. Members of the Burt Blue Birds will meet one week earlier this month. They will meet at the usual time on Saturday, Nov. 5, instead of Saturday, Nov. 12. 4-H Award Night will be held at the Burt Legion hallonThurs- NOW AVAILABLE IN THIS AREA . . . MILK TRULY RICH MILK FOR "THE TASTE OF QUALITY." JJ om. •URT. 924-3387 DOM HOMOS Clarence Andreasen, Neosho, Mo., spent the past week visiting , at the home of his sister, Mrs, Celia Scott and with other area relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Patterson spent a recent weekend with their son, John, a student at Kemper Military School at Booneville, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Justin Anderson left this past week tor their home at Lebanon, Mo. after spending the past three weeks with their niece, Mrs. Ray Westling and with other relatives and friends in the area. George Patterson, Norman, Okla., spent .several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Patterson. George, who has been a flight instructor at the 'air school at Norman, leaves today, Thursday, for the Lackland.Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex., where he will serve with the National Air Guard. Mrs. Celia Scott arrived home the end of last week after visiting at the home of her daughter and family, the Dr. Eugene Lloyds at Shehandoah, la, Audrey Lappe arrived home the past week after spending the past two months in Washington where she was employed. She is now assisting at Thelma's Studio of Beauty in Burt. Rhonda and Tim Lindhorst spent Sunday night and Monday Mickey the Mechanic Sei: 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 cor in qood shape. , Reutzel's Garage 924.3315 Burt . forenoon with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Bjustrotn. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Llndhorst. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Steward, Madrid, spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday at the parental Walter Steward home. Students at the Burt Community School will have a day of vacation Monday, Nov. 7. The first session of parent-teacher conferences will be held. Thursday, Nov. 3, members of the Junior class will attend the annual Career Day at the Lakota school. The high school vocal department under the direction of Mrs. Erna Grover will present the operetta "Ruddigore" or "The Witches Curse" at the school at 8:15 p. m., Friday, Nov. 4. The first basketball game of the . season will find the West Bend girls against the Burt girls with starting time at 7:00 p. m. Attending the Christian Worker's School at the Emmetsburg Methodist church Sunday afternoon from the Burt and Good Hope Methodist churches were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley, Mrs. Delbert Schaeller, Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Bjustrom and Rev. Merlin Davies. Pat Schwietert, student nurse at Methodist hospital, Des Moines, was a weekend guest at the home of her parents, the Merle Schwieterts. Sunday dinner guests in honor of Pat's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mechler and family, Mrs. Louise Mechler and Mrs. Ortha Mechler, all of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Schwietert were Sunday evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Woltz spent the past week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Richard Simpson, Wesley, assisting in the care of the new son, Barry Craig, who arrived Oct. 22. Mrs. Bob Hamilton was in charge of the Burt Sundry Store during Mrs. Waltz's absence. Mr. and Mrs. Rich Strouse, Curt and Chris, spent the week- ^nd v with-"relatives' at 3 Cherokee and LeMars. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Holding, Valarie, Brad, Brenda and Vaughn, Peru, Nebr., spent from Thursday till Sunday afternoon visiting, Burt relatives and friends. The Holdings moved to Peru last June where both Mr. and Mrs. Holding enrolled in Peru State Teachers College. Burt Operetta Witches Curse Ready Nov. 4 BURT - Members of the Burt vocal music department, under the direction of Mrs. Erna Grover, will present the operetta, "The Witches Curse" by Gilbert and Sullivan, at the Burt High School gym at 8:15 p. m. Friday, Nov. 4, Playing some of the lead roles are Patty Shlerbon, Norma Harms, Linda Becker, Boyd Bristow, Howard Batt, Jr., John Fries, Clint Patterson and Jim Ruhnke. Several other students are playing minor roles, assisted by a chorus of forty voices. This is one of the outstanding school productions at the Burt school, so make plans now to attend. Burt Future Teachers Ass'n. Elects Officers BURT - Members of the Burt F, T. A. (Future Teacher's Association) elected senior Ron Presthus as president of the chapter for the year, Thursday night. Others elected to office were Linda Becker, vice president; Diane Miller, secretary; Janet Becker, treasurer; and Boyd Bristow, reporter. Mrs. Deanna Campbell, home economics and chemistry instructor, is the chapter sponsor. Officers of the local chapter will meet on Tuesday evening, Nov. 8, to map out plans for the year. Home Fireproof Vaults and Chests - protect your valuable records, papers, etc, at low cost$18,79 and up at THE UPPER DES MOINES, in iniHin niimitiflf niH PORTLAND By Mn. Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunk- hill and Mrs. Marie Dreyer of Fenton were Sunday dinner guests in the Jack Trunkhill home in honor of Susan Kay Trunkhill, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trunkhill, who was baptized In the Burt Lutheran church Oct. 30 at the age of two weeks and four days. Mary and Matt Sczerense of West Bend were visitors in the Tony Jandl home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Sengbusch and Darwin of Mllaca, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Diers, Pattie and Bonnie of Bancroft and Mrs. Hanford Brock of Woden were Sunday dinner guests in the Jandl home. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trunkhill and family of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunkhill, Tom and Cathy. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Trunkhill and boys were Sunday supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan of Fenton were dinner guests in the Tom Trenary home recently. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Carlson and family of Minneapolis were weekend guests in the Mennet Trunkhill home. Mrs. Carlson and Mrs. Trunkhill are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary and Kenneth and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker attended the wedding of Jeanette Wichtendahl and David Smith at the Lotts Creek Lutheran church, Oct. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Quinn of Woden and Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hovey of Lone Rock were Sunday dinner guests in the E. C. Schwietert home. Mrs. Robert Wood called on Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson of Rodman and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Keepers of Cylinder were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul Tienan recently. John Wood and his mother, Mrs. Lillian Bes- tenlehner of Algona, were afternoon visitors. Mrs. Edmund Larson and Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy attended the World of Prayer Services at the Good Hope Church Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister attended the Wichtendahl - Smith wedding Saturday night. Sunday, they accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister to Fort Dodge where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cox and Mrs. Eleanor Cox. Ackerman-Gifford Vows Spoken Oct. 22 At Burt In a beautiful candlelight setting at the' Burt Methodist church at 7 p. m., Oct. 22, Roberta Ackerman, daughter of Mrs. Muriel and the late Hiram Ackerman, Burt, became the bride of Donald Gifford, son of Mrs. Meta and the late John Gifford, Burt. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Merlin C. Davies. The bride, who was escorted to the altar by her brother, Gary Lee Ackerman, Ft. Dodge, looked Iqyely, in^her f^oor-lengthgown of white bridal taffeta, featuring lace medallion and sequin trim at neckline and skirt. A lonp train fell from the shoulders. Her shoulder-length veil of tulle was held in place by a crown of pearls. She wore a crystal necklace, a gift from the groom. Mrs. Eugene Larson, sister of the groom, was the bride's personal attendant. Attending the bride as matron of honor was Mrs. Roger Ulses, a close friend. Bridesmaids wero. Barbara Boeckholt and Mrs. Larry Bunkofske. Little Gloria Jean Klaas, and Kevin Ross, dressed as a miniature bride and groom, were flower girl and ring bearer. Attending the groom as best man and groomsmen were his brothers Gary and Jerry Gifford and a brother-in-law, Elvln Boeckholt. Ushers were Dennis Heerdt and Gordon Gifford. Appropriate music was furnished by Judy Kraft, organist, and Mary Harms, soloist. A 'reception immediately following the ceremony was held In the church Fellowship hall, with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener as hostesses. In charge of gifts were Mesdames Gary Gifford, Elvin Boeckholt and Delaine Blumer. Presiding at the guest book was Mrs. Gary Ackerman. The punch was dipped and served by Mrs. Lucille Behrends and Mrs. Neal Wubben and Mrs. Perry Gross and Mrs. James Klaas presided at the coffee service. The wedding cake was cut . and served by, Mrs. Bob Blumer 'and Mrs. Harley Boeckholt. •"" Waitresses, all friends, were Audrey, Charlene and Charlotte Lappe and Donna Zwiefel. Kitchen hostesses were Mesdames Charles Curtis, Melvln Haase, Kate Groen, H. 0. McFarland and Dave Lynch. Following a wedding trip to the Ozarks and to Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. where they visited his nephew, Mike Larson, the couple is at home in Burt. Both the bride and groom are graduates of Burt High School. The bride, also a graduate of the Mason City School of Cosmetology is an operator at Thelma's Studio of Beauty and COMMUNITY EVENTS THURSDAY, Nov. 3 - 8 p.m. Kossuth Masonic Lodge meets. FRIDAY, Nov. 4-8:15 p.m. H. S. Operetta. MONDAY, Nov. 7-No school- Parent - Teacher Conferences; 7:30 p.m., Town Council meets. TUESDAY, Nov. 8 - Election Day; 8 p.m. Kossuth Chapt O.E.S. meets. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor THURSDAY, Nov. 3-2p.m.- Ladies Aid meets. SUNDAY, Nov. 6-8 a.m. - Devlne Worship Services; 9 a.m. - Sunday School. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 9 - 6 to 8 p.m. - Religion class. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Pastor THURSDAY, Nov. 3-8 p.m. Sessions meeting. SUNDAY, Nov. 6-9 a.m. Sunday School; 10:15 a.m. Divine Worship Services; 7:30 p.m. Mariners meet - Program topic " What is happening to Sunday". TUESDAY, Nov. 8-8 p.m. Spiritual Life meeting. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 9 - 6:30 p.m. - Communicants Class 7:30 p.m. - Sr. Hi. Youth meets. BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davis, Pastor THURSDAY, Nov. 3 - Ladies Tour - Good Will Industries at Sioux City. ' SATURDAY, Nov. 5 - World Peace Seminar at Fort Dodge. SUNDAY, NOV. 6-9 a.m. Divine Worship Services - 10 a.m. - Sunday School. TUESDAY, Nov. 8 -3:45p.m.- Extended Mission Studies for Boys and Girls. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies, Pastor THURSDAY, Nov. 3-2 p.m. - W.S.C.S. Meeting and Spiritual Bazaar; 7:30 p.m. - Choir Practice; 7:30 p.m. - M.Y.F. & I.Y.F. meeting. SATURDAY, Nov. 5th -9:3011:00 a.m. - World Peace Seminar at Ft. Dodge. SUNDAY, Nov. 6-10 a.m. Sunday School; 11 a.m. Divine Worship Services. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LONE ROCK Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor SUNDAY, Nov. 6 - Morning Worship - 10:00 a.m; Sunday Church School - 11:00 a.m. Youth Fellowship - 6:00 p.m. THURSDAY, Nov. 3 - U.P.W. meeting - 2:00 p.m. ; Joint meeting of session and trustees - 8:00 p.m. SATURDAY, Nov. 5 - Communicants class - 9:30 a.m. MONDAY, Nov. 7- Adult Bible study - 8:00 p.m. will continue in her work. The groom is employed at Weiden- hoffs at Algona. Over 100 Burt Youngsters Enjoy Party BURT - The annual Lions children's Halloween party was well attended Monday night. Over 100 children, ranging in age to- well - adults, appearing in every Imaglneable garb possible. Prizes were awarded. Those winning prizes included : Pre-Schoolers - 1st, Sheila Wolfe; 2nd, Joel Smith; 3rd, Wade Graham and Monica Jurgens (a tie). Kindergartners - 1st, Lori Manusj 2nd, Cheryl Sill; 3rd, Larry Person. 1st and 2nd Gradero - 1st, Gregg Miller ; 2nd, Brenda Jurgens ; 3rd, Joel Stenzel. 3rd and 4th Graders - 1st, Sandra Madsen; 2nd, Norman Becker; 3rd, Cathy Sill. 5th and 6th Graders - Sharon Patterson; 2nd, Sidney Karel; 3rd, Jimmy Doege. Junior High - 1st, Siamese Tw^ns, Becky Cranston and Marilyn Person; 2nd, Stephen Becker; 3rd, David McFatland. Ruth Long received the prize in the high school category. Two adults winning prizes, Mrs. Jean Grubb and Joan Gifford, gave their winnings to the UNICEF Fund. Canvass Burt BURT - Approximately forty boys and girls willingly gave of their time to help boys and girls in other lands by going door-to-door in Burt collecting "Tricks or Treats for UNICEF." To date $34.49 has been turned in to Mrs. Russell Patterson for this worthy cause. HEADQUARTERS FALLPLOWDOWN! •CIASSIFIED: : ADS : •••••••••••••••I INFORMATION: For information on Blue Chip stock, new but promising or preferred stock at 6%, write HAROLD W. MARTIN, 436 Lbomis Ave., Ft. Dodge, la., or phone 576-1325. C80M-tfn) It can pay you to fertilize BEFORE plowing your cornstalk ground. Soil experts say that land can be made more productive by fertilizer right' after harvest — BEFORE plowing. Stop in and see your \ Co-op for details on preparing your land for an even better harvest next year. See us for complete fertilizer needs I BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR b RT, i Ronald Jurgent, Mgr. Phon. 924-3241 . WASH AND DRY 1-10 LOADS IN LESS THAN AN HOUR Always plenty of hot rainsoft water. 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