The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1966 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1966
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fi-Algona (la.) Upper DM MotaM Thursday, Dx. 8, 196* __^^^^^^^^^^^aMMMa^a^^^^^^""*""^"""*"***" 00 YO HAVE ANY NEWS? Cdl Ruby Hintkley at 9244222 or drop your news Item of* at the 8urt Sundry Store for publication In the fturt Monitor. Monitor — .^^^^•.•••••••••^^^^^^•••^^•l •••••••••^ Lone Rock Burt Ceramic Show Is Viewed By 200 Visitors BURT - Over 200 Burt and area residents visited the two day Ceramic Show sponsored by the 40 some members of the "Town and Country" Ceramic club, and registered for the many beautiful gifts given away hourly on Saturday and every hall hour on Sunday. The windows In the store formerly occupied by Bernie's Market were beautifully decorated in the Christmas atmosphere. In one window a beautiful ceramic nativity scene made by Lydia and Arlene Manus captured every one's eyes. The other held large ceramic statuettes of Mary, Joseph and the baby Jesus, beautifully done by the class instructor, Mrs. Nadlne Shipler. Throughout the store were examples of beautiful hand work done by the members. The class meets three days a week at. the home of Mrs. Shipler. Winners of the drawings were Viola Becker, Mrs. N. B. Shipler, Swea City, Loretta Waltman, Edna Smith, Elva Boettcher, Ray Lichter, Mrs. Frank Lichltter, Bancroft, Ruth Alice Patterson, Char. Habegar, Helen Vogel, David Harms, Mrs. Art Person, Mrs. 0. H. Graham, Jean Mescher, Erna Grover, Willis Vogel and Thecla Christensen. Members of the club wish to express their sincere thanks to everyone who in anyway helped make their show such a success. A special thanks goes out to Mrs. Helen Vogel, for use of her building, to Willis Vogel and to Char Habegar for their donations. Coffee and cookies were served throughout both days the display was open. - o - The Past Matrons, weather permitting, will meet at the home of Mary Jane Dugan, on Thursday, Dec. 8. for their annual Christmas party. If weather and roads are bad the meeting will be held at the home of Ethel Dremmel. Entertainment will be provided by Gladys Hawcott and Lorraine Campney. A 50? home-made gift exchange will climax the afternoon's pro- 'gram. Members of the "U and I" circle will meet at the home of Maxine Angus for a 12:30 p.m. pot luck Christmas luncheon Tuesday, Dec. 13. Members are asked to bring their own table service. Roll call will be answered with a cookie or candy exchange. High lights of afternoon's enter- trainment will be a 50? gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Blerstedt, Lakota, called at the home of Ella Meyer on Saturday afternoon. Patt Long, Algona and Mrs. Michael Lang were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mrs. Louis Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson were In Iowa City on Tuesday where the latter entered the clinic for various tests. Members of the Eastern Star will meet at the hall at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 13. There will be election of officers. Following the meeting there will be a Christmas party with a 50? gift exchange. Mrs. Al Hinckley entertained a group of ladies at her home on Thursday evening. Members of the "A ft B" club met at the home of Beth Miller for a one o'clock luncheon on Saturday. The birthday of Mrs. Miller was observed. Mr, and Mrs. Dean Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. Walter Campney and Selina Clifton spent Sunday afternoon at the Kossuth County Home where they conducted a worship service for the residents of the home. Members of the Fidelis class, Methodist Church will meet on Tuesday, Dec. 13, Instead of on their regular meeting day. The Merry Misers, Methodist church young adults, will meet at the church on Saturday evening to put up the Christmas tree and decorate for Christmas. Sunday School program practice will be held at the church at 3 p.m. Sunday. The Christmas program will be presented at 7;30 p.m. Wed. Dec. 21. Richard Gebken and Ashwin Shah, Bombay, India returned to their classes at Iowa State University , Ames, on Sunday after visiting at the home of Richard's parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gebken over the quarter break. Both are sophomores at I.S.U. Jane Barslou and Jean Wood, students at Mankato State spent the weekend at their homes here. The Band Mothers wish to announce that they still have plenty of "Zip Code" books left. Anyone who does not as yet have one, should contact any of the Band Mothers and they will be happy to see that you get one. Cost is just $1.00 Alvina Hasse spent Sunday and Monday with her sister Ruth who Is seriously ill in the University Hospital, Iowa City. Members of the J. D.Clubheld their annual Christmas party on Thursday evening. Husbands were special guests at the 7 p.m. dinner held at Charlie's Supper Club, Algona. Highlight of the evening was a gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad attended the Sentral School faculty Christmas party atStubbs Ranch House, Spencer on Saturday evening. Members of the Junior Girl Scouts and their leaders, Mrs. Russell Patterson and Mrs. George Becker, are planning a Christmas Tea at which their mothers and the Brownie Scout Girls will be special guests. The tea will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8 at the Elementry School Library. On the program will be a court of awards during which Jr. Girls will be awarded badges they have earned this fall. Clark Miller Elected Head Burt Masons Mr. and Mrs. Bill Christensen. Included in the program was a film strip. Entertainment for the evening Included games for various age groups with prizes being awarded. Highlight of the even- Ing's entertainment was the breaking of the huge Plnata. Refreshments were served by members of the executive board. HURT - Members of St. John's Ladies Aid held their annual Christmas party and guest day at the church on Thursday, Dec. 1. Meditations were given by Pastor Arnold Vehling. An Advent worship service was presented by Elizabeth Radig, Dorothy Marlow, Phyllis Hanna, Eunice Meyer and Bertha Willrett. Viola Dackenand Phyllis Hanna were appointed to audit the secretary's books. Highlight of the afternoon's entertainment was a 50? gift exchange and a 50<? cash donation taken to be given to Susan Hantelman, Fenton, who is a missionary In Nigeria. The fund is to be used to purchased measle vaccine and the balance to be used at her discretion. Refreshments were served by the committee In charge. BURT METHODIST Rev. M. C. Davies, Pastor THURSDAY, Dec. 8 - Sub- district Pastor's meeting at Good Hope. SUNDAY, Dec. 11 - 9 a, m. f Divine Worship with Dr. Ralph Kitterman, Spencer, preaching. 10 a. m., Sunday School. 2 p. m., Christmas program practice. 6:30 p. m., Merry Mixers Christmas party. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Pastor FRIDAY, Dec. 9 - 4 p. m., Communicants Class. SATURDAY, Dec. 10 - 1:30 to 3 p. m., Christmas program practice. SUNDAY, Dec. 11-9 a. m., Sunday School. 10:15 a. m., Divine Worship. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor THURSDAY, Dec. 8 - 7:30 p. m., Choir practice. SUNDAY, Dec. 11 - 8 a. m., Divine Worship Services. 9a.m., Sunday School. WEDNESDAY, Dec. 14-6:00to 7:45 p. m., Religion Class and Christmas program practice. Retired Luther Miller has never worked so hard in his life. He is now the official collector for goodwill. He accepts anything old and if he can't mail it, he'll drink it! WILSON'S FINEST PICNIC ••••^ HAMS Burt Calendar OF COMMUNITY EVENTS THURSDAY, Dec. 8 - 7:30 p. m. - Meeting of Boy Scout committee members and Boy Scout fathers at Cunningham's Cafe. FRIDAY, Dec. 9 - 7 p. m., Basketball - 2 games with Ledyard, here. MONDAY, Dec. 12-7:30p. m.- School Board meets. THURSDAY, Dec. 15 - 7:30 p. m. - School Christmas program. 7:30 p. m. - Firemen meet. CHRISTMAS SHOPPING ? tee ut for gift* for every member of the family. WILSON'S ALL MEAT MINCED HAM Shipler's DRY GOODS AND VARIETY CAMPBELL'S Chicken Noodle SOUP WILSON'S Link Sausage * Ib. ••••Mi PILLSBURY BUTTERMILK BISCUITS BURT - Clark Miller was elected Worshipful Master ot Kossuth Lodge at their December meeting on Thursday night. Other officers elected Included Arnold Hansen, senior warden; Curtis Olson, junior warden; J. L. Miller, treasurer; and 0. H. Graham, secretary. All other officers are appointed and will be appointed in the near future by Master Miller. Following Thursday's meeting the group enjoyed an oyster stew and an hour of fellowship. Pancake Day, Burt Lions, Real Success BURT - The annual Burt Lions Pancake Day on Saturday was termed a big success, with stacks and stacks of cakes served throughout the day. Proceeds of the day will go toward defraying expenses for the many community activities sponsored by the club. Members of the club say "a big Thanks to everyone who helped make this a success." Visits Burt After 5 Weeks Overseas BURT - Mr. and Mr.-,. Bob Anderson and two sons, And; and David, Washington, D.C.,are visiting at the homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson. Bob just recently returned from a five-week business trip Li Australia. Thuy wore all joined on Thanksgiving Day by Mr. and M "8. Wesley Anderson, Minneapolis. Wesley is Roy's brother. Mariners Xmas Party At Burt BURT - The Burt Mariners held their annual family Christmas party at the church on Sunday evening. The Fellowship Hall was festivally decorated for the occasion by the Puane Mawdsleys and the Frank Beckers. The Arvin Eilders and Bill Karels were special guests of the group. Devotions for the evening were given by members of the senior high group. 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