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S-Algono (la.) Upper Dei Molnei Thursday, Jan. 26, 1967 One of our school bus drivers had a hard time getting to a drivers training meeting in Algona. His wife trusts him, but says he's been driving since the steering wheel was invented. ... And that ain't all she said - Jody! U.S. CHOICE BEEF ROASTS U.S. CHOICE MINUTE STEAKS ALL KINDS CAMPBELL'S SOUPS reg. cans MONARCH T-V DINNERS EA. HEINZ CATSUP Large 26 oz. btl. MONARCH'S WESTERN DRESSING BORDEN'S COTTAGE CHEESE 2 Ibs. FRESH CALIFORNIA TOMATOES GREEN STALK CELERY ALL FLAVORS JELLO 5^ each GIANT LIQUID JOY 49* COMPARE PRICES 50 FREE GIFT HOUSI STAMPS WITH IVERY $5.00 ORDER - EVERYDAY I Cardinal Store BJ1J, IOWA Burt - Lone Rock | Mn. Ruby Hlnckky, Newi Published By The Upper Dei Molnei Publlihlng Co., Algona, Iowa i&Stttttt!:*:*:^ Girl Is Burt Man Is On Visit Back From Japan BURT - Lawrence Miller was weekend guest at the parental J. L. Miller. Lawrence, who Is with the American RCA Electron- cs Enterprises, In Toyko, Japan, has been in the United States on business for the company since the latter part of December. He will return to Toyko about mid- February. - o Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley spent Sunday at the homes of her sisters, Mrs. Edith Saucke and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bartelt, Wells, Minn. All joined other members of the family for a birthday dinner at the Bartelt home. The birthdays of Mrs. Sucke and Mrs. Bartelt were honored. Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Campney, Gilmore City, are proud parents of a new baby daughter. Little Martha Jane arrived at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge on Tuesday, Jan. 17, weighing In at 7 Ibs. 10 oz. She has a brother, Benjamin and a sister Rebecca to welcome her Into the family circle. Proud grandparents are Mr. and, Mrs. Walter Campney, Burt and Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Brown, Marshalltown, Mrs. 0. A. Campney, Burt and Grandma Eige, Marshalltown are proud great grandmothers. This year the annual Salvation Army Drive for unds in Burt will be headed by J. L. Miller, and will get underway within the next few weeks. Mrs. Deanna Campbell, Home EC, teacher In the Burt school t, was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital on Thursday for medical care. She was suffering from bronchial pneumonia. The Methodist Merry Mixers and Youth Fellowship groups are holding their annual Home Made Soup and Chilli supper tonight (Thursday, Jan. 26) at the Burt Methodist church. Serving will begin at 5 p.m. and continue until 7:30 p.m. On the menu is home made vegetable beef soup - 'chill- assorted pickles and relishes, and your choice of home-made pie all for 75? for adults and 50? for children 10 and under. Den 3 - Burt Cub Scouts met at the school after school on Monday. Kent Eilders was Denner of the day and Mike Cranston was assistant Denner. Our theme for the day was transportation such as trains, canoes, boats, airplanes. We also had reports on astronauts and bridges. Kenneth Richter, a sophomore in animal science at Iowa State University at Ames spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richter and boys were Sunday evening guests at the Emory Schroeder home, Britt. Engagad . will Mr. and Mrs. Ray V. Cunningham of Burt announce the engagement of their daughter, Janet L. Cunningham to Keith Brandt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Brandt of Titonka. The bride-to-be attends Mornlngside . College. Mr. Brandt attends Westmar College. A June 10 wedding is being planned. 100 Witness Burt O.E.S. Installation BURT - Approximately 100 members or guests attended the open installation services of Kossuth Chapter O.E.S. on Tuesday night. Proceeding the Installation, Worthy Matron Karen • Davles welcomed the guests and distinguished were presented and honored. She then lighted two short candles to signify that the light of a year of service of herself and Patron Harlan Blanchard was drawing to an end. In a fitting setting she presented a gift of two coffee servers and warmers to be used in the Chapter dining room and a gift of cash to be given in the name of the Chapter to ESTARL gifts from her and brother Harlan. To bring her year in the East to a memorable close, Sister Karen was taken on a trip through a floral garden, where she was presented a bouquet by the Star Points. Her gift to her 1966 officers were candles in hand made candle holders made of colored glass taken from old church windows. Past Matron's and Past Patron's Pins were presented to Sister Karen and Brother Harlan. Installed as Worthy Matron for the coming year was Shirley Amesbury. After taking the obligation and the vows of her office, her children, David, Danny and Shelly, presented her with a dozen long-stemmed red roses, a gft from her husband, William NUARY SALE ON RUBBER FOOTWEAR ON OTHER CLOTHING ITEMS ON MEN'S AND BOYS SPORT JACKETS SHOP NOW AND SAVE I DRY GOODS AND VARIETY Amesbury. Shewas escorted to the East by her husband. Installed as Worthy Patron was Clark Miller. He was escorted to his station by his son, Greg. Doris Miller honored her husband and the Worthy Matron with a vocal solo "The Golden Keys". She was accompanied by Mary Georgia Hansen. Other officers Installed were: Esther Hilton- associatemarton; Harlan Blanchard - associate patron; Karen Davles - conductress; Bertha Newbrough - associate conductress; Maybelllne Lovstad - secretary; Lefle McMullen - treasurer; Ethel Dremmel - chaplain; Betty J. Miller marshal ; Mary Jane Dugen organist; Frances Sarchet Adah; Lorraine Campney-Ruth; Doris Miller - Esther; Mary Jean Andrews - Martha; Beulah Davis - electa; Genevleve Graham - warder; William Amesbury - sentinel Mrs. Harold Krantz, SweaCity was the Installing Officer. She was assisted by Ruby Hinckley as marshal, Beth Miller, as chaplain, and Mary Georgia Hansen as organist. Following the Installation services, Sister Shirley read her committees for the year and she and the new Worthy Patron introduced members of their families In attendance and each spoke briefly. Then both were honored by officers of the chapter In very Impressive ceremonies. Refreshments were served from a beautifully decorated candle lit tea table with Karen and Davles presiding at the coffee service. Hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lostad, Esther Hilton and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hansen. -o Mr. and Mrs. Roger Steward / Madrid spent the weekend wltt his father, Walter Steward". They also visited his mother, Mrs. Steward at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Shakopee Girl Will Be Burt Youth's Bride PATRICIA THOMAS BURT - Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thomas of 934 South Lewis, Shakopee, Minnesota, announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Kay to Gerald Ray Hilton of Burt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Hilton, Burt. A summer wedding is planned. Son Of Burt Man Installed BURT - Mr. and Mrs. G.'H. McMullen, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Keith, Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Clark Miller, Titonka, were 7 o'clock dinner guests at the Jack McMullen home, Northwood on Saturday evening. Later all attended the open Installation services for the Northwood Masonic Lodge. '• Jack McMullen was installed as Worshipful Master at forth-'' wood. 1 "efficient" 1 p The dictionary defines EFFICIENT as ^ highly capable or productive; effective in b operation. s . 5 We're not much for formal definitions, S | but EFFICIENT is an important word to us. Like dependability, efficiency is a constant goal of ours. We strive to be EFFICIENT in every phase of our work so that you may benefit fully when doing business with us. I BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR ^ Ronald Jurgens, Mgr. & BURT, IA. Phone 924-3241 w Westinghouse Sales and Service DON MITCHELL : Phone 924-3413 Burt, la.