The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 9, 1967 · Page 24
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 9, 1967
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Burt The Monitor Thursday, Fab. 9, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Meintt-7 D Mr*. Ruby Hlnckby, tows Burt Accepts New Iowa L & P. Contract For Town f C ° Uncil met Monday nl & ht a* acce P {ed a new contract with Iowa Electric Light and Power for the wholesale purchase of electricity for the town in the com'ng year. Several changes were made in the agreement, but the raff, is approximately the same. The council also heard and accepted the annual financial state? ie ? n « r !f! etown ' The street financial statement was also accepted. £ III ' * 13 Was Spent for street P ur P°ses. Of this amount, $5,586 came from state road use taxes. In other transactions, the council approved participation of the Burt library in the state traveling library program. A beer perm was issued to Don's Place and routine bills were presented and allowed. Present at the meeting were Nels Nelson, mayor; G. H. Ma- Mullen, clerk; Ralph Johnston, city engineer; and J. L. Miller, E. P. Fredrickson, Ray Hoppus and George Becker, councilmen. Burt Man Has Surgery After A Fall On The Ice BURT - Ray A. Walker is hospitalized at St. Ann hospital, a victim of the Ice. Mr. Walker had been up town Friday and purchased groceries and when walking up to the his house, slipped on the ice and fell. He received a badly fractured knee cap. Surgery was performed Saturday morning and steel pins put in. - o - NAMED NIGHT MARSHAL Paul Schwleger has been hired as night marshal for Burt. Sch- wleger was formerly day marshal. His wife, the former Jo Ann Shipler, operates Jo Ann's Used Clothing in Burt. They have one son. - o- HOME FROM VACATION Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds returned Wednesday from a month's vacation spent with their son, Carol and family, at their Lakeside home, Hot Springs, Ark. Enjfpute. r tQ. Arkansas the Rey-r nolds visited the Edwin Wards, Houghton, la., and with Mr. and Mrs. John Fowler and Eunice Burger, Montrose, la. Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland spent last weekend with the Reynolds at Hot Springs. - D - Members of the Brownie, Jr. and Cadet Girl Scouts are having their annual Dad-Daughter Date Night at the school lunch room Saturday evening. A planned pot-luck supper will be served at 6:30 p. m., followed by an Interesting program and an even- Ing of fellowship for the girls and their dads. Nels Nelson and Roland Chafee arrived home Friday from a week spent purchasing cattle in South Dakota and Montana. Weekend visitors at the Walter Steward home were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller, Darrell and Joyce, Estherville; Roger Steward, Madrid; M.\ and M-s. Eugene Steward and boys, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bringman, and Timmy, Kalona; Parry Steward, Montezuma; and Shirley Ryan, Williamsburg. The guests came to help their parents observe their 46th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller attended final rites for a longtime friend, Mrs. Vern Waters at Havelock, Thursday afternoon. Mr. Miller served as one of the pallbearers at the services. Judy Mitchell, junior at S.U.I., Iowa City, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell. She returned to Iowa City with friends from Algona Sunday afternoon. Pat Schwietert, a senior at Iowa Methodist School of Nursing, Des Moines, was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller, ' Estherville,"' 'were*'""Saturday guests of his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Alan and Joel, and Mr. and Mrs. Eu Claire Muyer, Terry and Brenda, were Sunday guests of their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Ella Meyer. Members of the Past Matrons Club will meet at a pot-luck luncheon at the home of Lefie McMullen at 12:30 p. m., Thursday, Feb. 9. Dishes will be furnished. Roll call will be "Sundays of Long Ago." This will be the annual initiation program. In charge will be Mabeline Lovstad and her committee. Sunday guests at the Dean Andrews home were Mr. and MTS. Henry Murtz, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. M'.chael Scott and Armande. LECTRIC & MOTOR SERVICE Expert service on all rewinding and general repair of electric motors. RED'S MOTOR SHOP Burt, Iowa Phone 924-3413 Lone Rock TRACTOR REPAIRS! NOW is the time to bring your tractor in for repairs, Get it out of the way before the rush starts. Expert repair work done at minimal prices. You name it, we can do it! Reutzel's Garage Phone 924-3315 Burt Publlthtd By Th« Upper D*< Moln.i Publi.hlng Co., Algona, Iowa Albert Bullock, Lone Rock, Is Bridegroom LONE ROCK - On Saturday, Jan. 28, 1967, at 4:30 p. m., at the Dexter First United Presbyterian church, Sandra Jeanne Grant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville J. Grant, became the bride of Lester E. Bullock, son of Rev. and Mrs. Albert C. Bullock of Lone Rock. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Albert C. Bullock, father of the groom, and the Rev. ,, Charles,,T. White, pastor, of the Dexter First United Presbyterian church. Preceding the service, candles in the windows, along the bride's aisle, and the candelabrum at the altar were lit by Denise and Dennis Cline, twin cousins of the bride. William Gast, college roommate of the groom, sang "O Perfect Love." Rosalyn Click, former college roommate of the bride read "Velvet Words", a poem written by the bride in twelfth grade English class. Miss Grant, given in nujriage by her father, wore a gown of white velvet. It was empire styled with white satin appliqued roses at the bodice. Her sleeves were elbow length, and she wore white wrist gloves. Her detachable chapel-length train was secured by two small bows. Her veil of silk illusion fell from a crown of pearls and rhinestones. She carried a single long- stemmed red rose. M;:s. David Ludwig was matron of honor, and Ellen Bullock, maid of honor, both sisters of the groom. Little Miss Mellnda Ludwig, niece of the groom, was flower girl, and scattered rose petals along the candlelit bride's aisle. Brothers of the bride, Warren Grant, served as best man, and Paul Grant, served as groomsman. Guests were seated by David Ludwig, brother-in-law of the groom, Richard Brenzo, friend of the groom, and Darrell Cllne, cousin of the bride. Wedding music was presented by Mrs. John Shepherd at the organ. Music during the prelude included "Ich Liebe Dich", "Candlelight", "Winter Scene", and "The Lord Is MyShepherd." She played the "Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin by Wagner, as the bride entered the sanctuary on the arm of her father. Following the wedding ceremony, a reception for 200 guests was held in the church parlors, with Mr. and Mrs. Don Hurst, reception host and hostess. Miss Grant's six former college roommates served as honorary bridesmaids. Wilnu Jobst was Miss Grant's personal attendant; Vicki Sorenson had charge of the guest book; Rosalyn Click read "Velvet Words"; Mrs. Thomas Martin poured the punch; Julie Hedln poured the coffee; and Alice Klevjer helped with the gifts. Mrs. LeRoy Cllne and Mrs. Harold Tnulin, aunts of the bride, served the cake. Cindy Thulin, and Denise Cline, cousins of the bride, assisted with the serving during the reception. Preparing and serving the reception were Mrs. Clayton Scott, Mrs. Warren Neal, Mrs. Harvey Beaman and Mrs. Gaylord Herring. Mr. and Mrs. Bullock are making their homo in Muscatlne. Mr. Bullock, who received his B. A. Degree from Buena Vista College at Storm Lake on Jan. 29, is teaching mathematics in the Muscatine High School. Mrs. Bullock will continue her college work at the University of Iowa at Iowa City, transferring there from the State College of low.i at Cedar Falls, where she has been a student the past two years. Get Long Distance Call From Son In Germany BURT- Mr. and Mrs. KenCook were happy to receive a long distance telephone call from their son, E5 Terry Joe Cook, who is serving with the armed forces at Darmstedt, Germany. Terry told his parents he had just returned from a week's visit with his aunt and uncle, M.-. and Mrs. Calvin Kollasch at their temporary home at Haarlem, Holland. ML*. Kollasch, a pipe line engineer for Fluer Neder- ham, is on loan to the U. S. government doing work in Holland. Mrs. Kollasch is the former Ruth Schraeder, sister of Mrs. Cook, Burt Singer In Mankato Group BURT - The Pro Musica Antiqua and the Madrigal Singers of Mankato State College will present a concert at Bethel Col- lege in St. Paul on Friday, and at Mankato State at 8 p. m. Tuesday, Feb. 14. Members of the group include two Kossuth county students, John Lovstad, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovstad, Burt, and Linda Plngel Sook, Ledyard. World Prayer Day On Friday BURT - Ladies of Burt Presbyterian and Methodist churches will hold World Day of Prayer services at 2 p. m., Friday, Feb. 10, at the Methodist church. The theme of this year's World Day of Prayer over all the world is "Of His Care Tnere Shall Be No End.' Conducting the services at Burt will ba Mrs. Mary Jean Andrews and Mrs. Luella M:Whorter. They will be assisted by Blanche Long, Viola Becker, Genevieve Graham, Phyllis Wiener and Lefie MiMillen. Appropriate music will be furnished by Evelyn Mawdsley at the organ and soloists Norma Harms and Karen Davies. All area ladles are welcoms and invited to attend. Honor Society Of Burt High Names Officers Mrs. Paul Espe hosted a meeting of the Burt High School Honor Society at her home Thursday evening. Newly elected officers took over duties for the year. They are Clint Patterson, president; Diane M.'ller, vice president; Norma Harms, secretary; and Nancy Ackerman, treasurer. Mrs. Espe is the society counselor. During the general business moeting members discussed various means of raising money for the society to be used in purchasing a plaque with members' names engraved on it to present to the school. There are eleven members in the Honor Society this year. They are Clint Patterson, Diane Miller, Norm a Harms, Nancy Ackerman, Linda Meyer, Paulette Arend, Diane Hoppus, Joyce Baumuard, Linda Becker, Sandra Ortman and Deborah Kohlhaas. Burt Adopts A Part In Library Traveling Plan The Burt Public Library Board met Monday with Mrs. Ann McKinley of Muson City, a representative of the area extension co-op reading program ; and voted to participate in the traveling library. By joining the program, Burt will have 730 new books on loan every three months via the traveling library. The board also voted to open the library to the public at least 10 hours a week. An announcement will be made at a later date as to the exact days and hours. Also approved was the pur- ...»chase of a series of child c,raft ">books. ' - •" • 23 At Burt W.S.C.S. Meeting BURT - Members of the Burt W.S.C.S. met Wednesday and the program and devotions were presented by Mildred Larsen, Ivy Simmons, Beulah Davis and Shirley Lovstad. Members were reminded to bring their World Banks to the February circle meeting. Members also voted to present two members with life memberships. These will also be voted on at the circle meetings. Plans were made for the Union World Day of Prayer services by women of the Presbyterian and Methodist churches, which will be held Friday, Feb. 10, at 2 p. m. at the Methodist church. Hostesses Wednesday were Lorraine Campney, Benita Mitchell, Karen Davies, Rowena Ryerson and Dorothy Johnston. Members will hold a sacrificial breakfast and spiritual bazaar at 9:30 a. m,., Wednesday, March 1. Hostesses for the breakfast will be Lefie M::MuUen, Leone Salisbury, Gertie Moore, Hilen Vogel and Alice Cole. Book Study Is Club's Program BURT - Members of the Burt Women's Club braved the icy conditions on Monday night to attend a meeting at the homo of Mrs. Ed Smith, Jr. Mrs. K. J. Smith was assisting hostess. The them? of Monday evening's program was "The Challenge of Good Books." Interesting book reviews were given by Mrs. Don Patterson, Mrs. Michael Scott and Mrs. Dale Lockwood. Mrs. Patterson reviewed the book "The Climate Is Hope" by Walter S. Ross. "Give Me My Liberty", by Noel B. Gerson, was reviewed by Mrs. Scott, and "Our Past Of Freedom", by Capt. Roger B. Donlon, was interestingly given by Mrs. Lockwood. Mrs. Thecla Christensen will host the next meeting of the club at her home Monday, Feb. 13. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. R. H. Thompson and Mrs. Ron Jurgens. - o Mr. and M - s. Jerry Wiener entertained at dinner Sunday honoring the birthday anniversary of Roger Ulses. Guests included Mr. and M-s. Roger Ulses and Randy, Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms, Brenda, Kirk and Kent. Mi-, and Mrs. G. H. McMullen spent Saturday evening with his brother, Neal MoMnllen, who is hospitalized at Ft. Dodge. They were accompanied as far as Humboldt by Mrs. Esther Miller, who visited her daughter, Mrs. Aaron Klleber at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parsons and two children moved this past weekend from the former Joe Zanke farm,, which they have tenanted for the past several years, to the Dr. Bourne farm in Union twp. Burt Woman's Club BURT - Members of the Burt Woman's Club will meet at the home of Thecla Christensen on Monday evening, Feb. 13. Assisting hostesses will be Iva Jurgens and Phoebe Thompson. Program theme for the evening will be "The Challenge to Benefit from the Past." A skit, "Wamen Who Bolieved in Lincoln", will be given by Lillian Fredrickson, Barbara Calbreath, Erma Pratt, Clara Reynolds and Ruth Clapsaddle. A CLASSIFIED AD ' W|LL GET FAST RESULTS' • CLASSIFIED: : ADS : •••••••••••••••I Sale of Farmers Hybrid Stock will close Feb. 20. For further Information, write HAROLD W. MART3N, Agent, 436 T Lobmls Ave., Ft. Dodge, Iowa. Ai-tl-13) TREAT YOUR FAMILY SUNDAY DINNER UNNINGHAM'S CAFE BURT, IOWA Kossuth County's Friendliest Cafe ! NEED CLOTHES FOR WORK? PLAY? DRESS? we have them . .. Shiplers DRY GOODS AND VARIETY Burt, Iowa GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 SUCCESSOR TO C. B. CHIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONE BURT, RES. 924-3431 Dmnte Wafbr, WHor DO YO HAVE ANY NEWS? Coll Ruby Hinckley at 924-3222 or drop your news item off at (he Burt Sundry Store for publication in the Burt Monitor. YOUR KEY TO SUCCESS: PLANNING Better prepare yourself for the coming year by establishing a plan of action. Come in and sit down and discuss your goals and needs with your local co-op. Feeds and fertilizers will be at the top of your list. Perhaps we have some ideas on how you might get better results with your crops and livestock this year. If you need to build, revamp or remodel, ask our lumber department for their ideas. We would like to help in any way we can. Stop in — let's plan for a bigger and better WATCH FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS ON OUR DOLLAR DAYS AND FEED BOOKING PROGRAM FOR THIS YEAR . . . BURKS® ELEVATOR Phone 924-3241 something we can offer you.... and convenience is our business! A checking account at the Burt Savings Bank can save you time, energy, footwork and headaches. Pay bills by check to keep your records exact and accurate. The cost is minimal and the effort you save is great, Play it smart and safe with a convenient checking account with us ... BURT SAVINGS BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C, SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $15,000

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