The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1966 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1966
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Burt the Monitor Lone Rock M*. toby Htfltktoy, N«wt Published |y Th« Upp*r DM Mdln.i Publishing Co., Algono, Iowa fainte Walter, EdHot Shirley Amesbury Named Head Burt Eastern Star BURT - Past and present "Marshals and Sentenils" were presented and honored at the December meeting of Kossuth Chapter, O.E.S. on Tuesday night. Each was presented a memento of the evening by the Worthy Matron, Mrs, Karen Davles. In business transacted members 'Voted a raise in dues effective Jan. 1, 1968. Dues will be raised from $4.00 to $5.00 per member. The raise was voted because of a raise in Grand Chapter dues. Shirley Amesbury'was elected Worthy Matron of the Chapter for 1967. Assisting her as Worthy Patron will be Clark Miller. Other officers elected were Esther Hilton, ~ associate matron; Harlan Blanchard - associate patron; Mabelllne Lovstad secretary; Lefie McMullen treasurer; Karen Davies conductress; Bertha Newbrough - associate conductress. All other officers will be filled by appointment by the Worthy Matron elect. Following the meeting the group enjoyed a Christmas party, highlighted with gift exchange . Hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dugan and Mrs. Betty Miller. - o - Mrs. Harlem Lacy entertained . her afternoon Bridge club at her home on Tuesday afternoon. The Evening Bridge-club was entertained at the Lacys on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kollasch left on Thursday from Los Angeles on the first leg of their flight from New York City to Haarlem, Holland in the Netherlands where he has been assigned government work for some time. Haarlem is on the coast of the North Sea. The Kollas- ches plan to meet their nephew Terry Joe Cook, in the Army In Germany, shortly after the first of the year. Mrs. Kollasch is the former Ruth Schroeder and sister of Mrs. Kenny Cook, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Black entertained the children and families at a pre-Christmas gathering on Saturday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Perry St. John & family, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Franzen and family Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wolf & family, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs Gene Pettersen and Gina, Humboldt and Esther Otto, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mertz spent Thursday in Minneapolis.Thurs- day night they met the Andrews' daughter, Pamela. Pam who is employed in Los Angeles will spend two weeks at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Johnson and daughter Stephanie, Lincoln, Nebr., arrived at the parental Charles Curtis home to visit over the Holidays. Mrs. Johnson is the former Audrey Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith went to Minneapolis, Thursday where they will visit at the home of their daughter and family, the Robert Jensons, until after the holidays. Mrs. Louis Scott entertained at a pre-Chrlstmas dinner at Cunninghams Cafe on Sunday. Season's Greetings May the beauty of the Holiday Season •Alt • **' I • •.,****& ' J-"i* '• '• *' rt V ' i *'W : " All its happiness and Cheer Bring you Countless joys and blessings Throughout the coming year. are the sincere wishes of Marion and Betty of Marion's Beauty. Salon - Burt Reutzel's ] /' THE BEST OF EVERYTHING TO YOU I DRY GOODS AND VARIETY Guests included Mr. And Mrs. Bernard Gifford, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scott and Armande, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Allen, Chicago and Mrs. Cella Scott. The afternoon was spent at the home c? Mrs. Scott. A pre-Chrlstmas family gathering was held at the parental August SchipuU home on Sunday. Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. L. Schlpull and family, Rlng- sted, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schl- pull and family, LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sabln, Algona, the Clarion Longs, Armstrong, and the Leonard Schlpulls, Fort Dodge. Burt Calendar tr COMMUNITY EVENTS CALENDAR COMMUNITY EVENTS THURSDAY, Dec. 22 - School dismisses for Christmas vacation, 2:30 p. m. CHURCH CALENDAR ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor FRIDAY, DEC. 23-Children's Christmas services, 7 p. m. SUNDAY, Dec. 25-Christmas Worship Services, 8a.m. Sunday School, 9 a. m. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Pastor THURSDAY, Dec. 22 - Children's Christmas program, 7:30 p. m. SATURDAY, Dec. 24 - Union Candlelight Services with emphasis on music, 7 p. m. SUNDAY, Dec. 25 - Sunday School, 9 a. m. Christmas Worship Services, 10:15 a. m. BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davles, Pastor SATURDAY, Dec. 24 - Union Candlelight Services at Pres- byterlari church, .7- p, A m. '•, 'SUNrM^Dec-^25"- Family Christmas Worship Services, 9 a. m. No Sunday School. WEDNESDAY, Dec. 28 - Jr. High M.Y.F. Holiday Party, 7 p. m. GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davles, Pastor THURSDAY, Dec. 22-Christmas program practice, 2 p. m. Sunday School Christmas program, 7:30 p. m. SATURDAY, Dec. 24-Christmas Eve Family Worship Services, 8 p. m. i UNITED PRESBYTERIAN Lone Rock, la. Rev. Albert C. Bullock, Pastor CHRISTMAS Sunday, Dec. 25- Mornlng Worship, 9:30 a. m. Sunday Church School, 10:15 a.m. (Note change of time for this Sunday only). THURSDAY, Dec. 22 - The young people meet at the church at 7:00 p. m. to go caroling, and return to the church for a social hour afterwards. SATURDAY, Dec. 24 - Communicant's Class, 9:30 a. m. Woman's Club At Burt Has Xmas Program BURT- Christmas was very much in evidence when members of the Burt Womans Club met at the beautifully decorated home of Leona Lacy on Monday night. Assisting hostesses were Beth Miller, Clara Reynolds and Erroa Pratt; 26 members answered roll call with a "Christmas Idea". Mrs. Elva Boettcher presented an impressive candlelight meditation with all joining in the singing of Christmas Carols. "Christmas From The Ryersons" presented by Mrs. Ryerson, very much displayed the artistic ability, creating of Christmas cards of Mrs. Ryerson and her husband. These cards are shared each year with their many friends near and far. Christmas gifts were brought by each member to this Christmas meeting. These were packed to be sent or taken to the State Hospital at Cherokee. Refreshments of Christmas cookies and candles were served by the hostesses, Smith-Corona portable Typewriters, Victor Adding Machines, at THE UPPER DBS MOJNES PUB. CO. in Algona- competitive catalog prices. Net $61.65 In L-Rock Red Cross Drive LONE ROCK - Mrs. Henry Schroeder, who was chairman of the 1966 Red Cross drive for the town of Lone Rock, reported that there was a total collection in town of $61.65. Women who helped with this drive were Gael Olson, Neva Thompson, Sandy Hutchlnson, Lucille Blanchard, Patsy Priebe, Eda Long and Mrs. Florence Schroeder. - o - Mrs. Ed (Sally) Tabako of Garden Grove, Calif., has returned to her home after a month's visit with her sister, Mrs. Gerald Angus, Mrs. Harold Angus and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Whitehill, Algona. There will be a reunion of the class of 1963 from Sentral High School Dec. 23 at the Sirloin House restaurant in Fairmont. Mrs. Mary Genrich attended the annual D.A.R. Christmas party held at the home of Mrs. Mary Lytle, Algona. There were 18 members present and a gift exchange was held. The Happy Homemakers Club met at the home of Mrs. Clalr Bellinger Dec. 14. There were nine members present and they had a gift exchange and revealed sisters for the year. The choir of the Presbyterian church was entertained at the home of the Milton Madisons Wednesday evening. Mrs. Madison, who is choir director, entertains the choir each year with a Christmas party. Fenton Township Homemakers Qlub met at the home of Mrs. Roy Jensen Friday. There were 15 members present for the .Christmas gift exchange and the club packed plates of fruit to be given to friends In the community. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith and family of Swea City were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bras. Burt Drive For Scouts Raises $304 Total BURT - Harley Hanson, who was Lion in charge of the annual Boy Scout Fund Drive, announced Saturday that the drive had been completed, but fell short of Burl's Fair Share in the Prairie Gold area council. A total of $304.26 was collected by members of the Lions Club, Burt's "Fair Share" was $319.00 Mr. Hansen wishes to announce that should any resident who would like to contribute to this worthwhile cause and was not at home when the solicitor called, should call him at his home or School. Several Cub and Boy Scouts assisted Lion's club members in sacking treats for Santa Claus to deliver to area youngsters when he made his annual visit on Saturday. The boys who will receive credit toward earning an award were: Douglas & Russell Reimers, Kent Eilders, Pat Brad- ledy, David Devlne, David & Bruce Hanson and Allen Jurgens. Thursday, Dee. 22, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper Det Molntt-5 Mr. and Mrs. Jay Allen, Chicago, who have been visiting relatives in the Burt area, this week moved Into the late Ullie Bunk- ofkse house. Mrs. Allen Is the former Peggy Gifford daughter of Mrs. Jake and the late Jake Gifford. ''* "'tlARDtiF THANKS* f I'd like to express my gratitude to all the friends and relatives for the cards and acts of kindness during my recent stay in the hospital. Jo Ann Schweiger. (97-B*) ... to you, our friends and customers. We hope your holiday, is filled with happy times. Let us serve you soon! DON REIMERS Serving you with BORDEN'S RINGING IN BEST WISHES! RED'S MOTOR SHOP Happy Holidays to All! MITCHELLS DON MITCHELL Burt, la. Christmas Joys We are happy to pause at this holiday time to wish you the best! CUNNINGHAM'S CAFE Burt, la. "Angels we have Heard on High" GARRY FUNERAL HOME May the true meaning 1 of this season be an inspiration to you and yours ... 1966 WE WILL CLOSE AT 3 P.M. DEC. 24 AND REMAIN CLOSED THRU MON., DEC. 26 FOR THE HOLIDAYS. Burt Co-op Elevator RONALD JURGENS Merry ristmas Happy New Year Christmas Present Wash Friday Laundromat •••* X To all our wonderful friends .. . Joy is our wish for you... Open all day Sat, Dec. 24, closed Man., Dec. 26. BURT SAVINGS BANK #*' * •

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