The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 29, 1968 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 29, 1968
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6-Alfl«na (la.) Upptr DM MolnM Thursday, feb. 29, 1968 Step Right Up! Several of the many 4-H members present at the annual Fun Night at Burt Saturday are shown here having a little fun at a ring toss booth. Many varied booths were featured at the event, with Rosemary Fortney of the Seneca Stars and Terry Alt of the Union Boys crowned Queen and King early in the evening. The following were in charge of booths: Coat check- John Kiley, Burt; Duane Kunkel, Wesley; and Helen Skow, Wesley; bank - Karen Eden, Titonka, and Edna Frideres, Algona; refreshments, Sherri Bulten, Algona; jail Shirley Becker and Larry Kunkel, Wesley; candle dousing Bob Bernhard, Corwith, Marilyn Roethler and Linda Nitchals, Algona; bowling - Larry Rochleau, Algona, and Jean Lynch, Bancroft; fishing pond- Delores Heldorfer, Bancroft, and Cindy Faber, Burt. Soft-ball throw - Stephen Stork, Bancroft, and Jerry Martinek, Wesley; movie - Jerry Lynch and Nick Bormann, Bancroft; basketball shoot - Mark Mawdsley, Burt, and Marvin Carlson, Titonka; ping-pong throw - Norman Zaugg, West Bend, and Joe Detrick, Whittemore; hat throw - Linda Higgins, Titonka, and Kathy Skow, Wesley; ring toss - Bob Bernhard, Corwith, and Karl Kiley, Burt; fortune telling — Jane Walker, Burt, and Becky Teilebein, Algona. Mary Hurlburt Of Lone Rock Shower Honoree LONE ROCK - Mary Hurlburt was honored guest at a bridal shower Saturday evening at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church, with over 100 guests registering. . Mrs. Harriet Bellinger opened the program with scripture, followed by three piano solos by Susan Schroeder. Neva Shaser and Nancy Marlow gave a skit, "Bell Bottom Trousers", accompanied by Paula, Brenda and Danny Marlow, Randy, David, Audrey and Penny Hurlburt, Susan and Michael Schroeder, Cindy Rath, Rodney and Cheryl Uthof. Shirley Habeger closed the program with three readings. Helping ( Miss Hurlburt with her gifts were her sister, Rachel, Mrs. Wayne Preston and Donna McCurry. Audrey Hurlburt took care of the ribbons and Susan Schroeder was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Neva Shaser, aunt of the bride- elect, poured. Two other aunts, Mrs. Don Hurlburt and Mrs. Lawrence Rath, helped at the tea table. Hostesses were Mrs. Albert Shaser, Mrs. Ray Uthof, Mrs. Fritz Rath, Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod, Mrs. Dale Wegener, Mrs. Clinton Rath, Mrs. Bob Hiefner, -Mrs. Sylvester Brace, Mrs. Lawrence Rath, Mrs. Don Hurlburt, Mrs. Ornie Behrends, Mrs. Clair Bellinger, Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mrs. Rose Kraft, Mrs. Jim Long, Mrs. Clarence Kraft, Mrs. Duane Habeger, Mrs. Wayne Preston, Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf, Mrs. Milton Madison, Mrs. Lloyd Hutchinson, Mrs. Roy Kunkel, Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. Bob Marlow, Mrs. Donald Radig, Rachael Hurlburt, Mrs. Dale Schroeder, Mrs.Mer- vin Hurlburt and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt. Miss Hurlburt will be married at Honolulu, Hawaii March 17 to E.M. 2/C Ed Fairbanks, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Fairbanks, Decatur, Ala. - o - BIRTHDAY HONORS A dinner was held Saturday at the Johnson House in Algona to honor A. D. Newbrough on his 80th birthday and also for the birthday of his great-grandson, Pat Blanchard, Spencer. Attending were Mr. Newbrough's sister, Mrs. Julia Terwilliger and also Mrs. Anna Newbrough, Mrs. Beulah Miller, all from Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mueller, Don and Gary, Stanley, Wise., Gene Blanchard, Susan and Lori, Spencer, Mr. You're in JHOJAN country! WE ARE HAVING A TROJAN PICKUP DAY FEB. 29 AT THE STOEBER HARDWARE ANNEX, FENTON. FREE COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS Due to farmer acceptance of Trojan again this past year, we have a limited supply of Trojan Corn and would like to have you stop by and pick up your seed corn. THERE WILL BE $1 PER BUSHEL CASH DISCOUNT PN AU TX AND TXS VARIETIES. 95-98''' GERMINATION, EXTRA SEED ALSO AVAILABLE IN CHOICE VARIETIES. JERRY L. WIIBERG Phent 889-3709 DIALER Fenton, IQWQ 06*) and Mrs. L. A. \ewbrough and David, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blanchard and Steve Newbrough, all from Lone Rock. Afternoon callers at the Ed Blanchards for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Barry Henderson and Dickie, Karen Mueller, Marvel Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Smith, Kevin and Kurt, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Newbrough and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt and Jerry Wiener. - o - Guests Friday evening at the Sylvester Brace home in honor of Mrs. Brace's father's 75th birthday, Bill Rath, were Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schroeder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Rath and John, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegener and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alberts and family, Mrs. Myrtle Rutledge and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser. Mrs. Mary Genrich arrived home Wednesday after spending three months with her children, the Bernard Genrich's, Houston, Tex., and the MaynardGenrich's, Carthage, Miss. \ Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peterson were Thursday night supper guests" at the Merwin Marlow home. Th£_Marlows attended the wedding of Mrs. Marlow's niece, Dotty Thompson, Saturday at Ft. Dodge. She was married to Darrell Rusher, who farms near Badger. Mrs. P. W. Marlow and Lisa, Mrs. Laurence Presthus, Mrs. Jerry Kissner and family, Phyllis Gifford, Mrs. Eugene Marlow and Michael called Wednesday on Mrs. Marvin Marlow to help celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Eugene Marlow and Michael called at the Jerry Kissners in Burt Thursday for Timmy's birthday. The Eugene Marlows were Sunday callers at the Lyle Marlow home. The Ladies 500 Club met at the Legion hall Wednesday. Mrs. Allwin Lockwood, Mrs. Wayne Bollinger and Mrs. William Marlow were hostesses. High prize went to Mrs. BUI Champion, second high, Mrs. George Kissner, and door prize to Mrs. Everett Witham. Guests Sunday at the George Kissner home for dinner were Mary Hurlburt, Mrs. Larry Buscher, Mrs. Terry Juhl, Mrs. Wayne Preston, Louis Finnestad, Mrs. Darrell Long and family and Mrs. Georgia Marlo.w. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Froehlich were Sunday dinner guests at the Allwin Lockwood home. Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt was hostess to her birthday club Tuesday. Five hundred was played. High prize went to Mrs. Merwin Marlow, second high, Mrs. Ervin Wetzel, and low to Mrs. MUton Marlow. Roxanne Bierstedt, daughter of the Ralph Blerstedt's, had a slumber party at her home Friday evening for 20fifth-grade girls. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McCleish were hosts to their pinochle club Sunday evening. High couple were Mr. and Mrs. WUfred Radig. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Krueger spent Saturday and Sunday at the Ronald Christenson's at Belgrade. Saturday night supper guests at the Junior Hurlburt home were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rath, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rath, Jr. and son, Lonnie Bernigadorf, Mrs. Dale Newman, Mrs. Jean Wessell, Mrs. Wayne Dornam and famUy and Rachael Hurlburt. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bollinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger, Carol Tietz and Mike, Mrs. Ferdinand Mueller and Everett were Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Bell's, Whittemore. in honor of Mr. Bell's birthday. Last week guests at the Alfred oena $ i today ror our ALL NEW DESIGN COLLECTION 46 ALL NEW MODELS ALL NEW FLOOR PLANS ALL NEW STYLES ' ALL NEW INTERIORS DUBUQUE This is without question jthe most beautiful and the jmost magnificent home (planning catalog of any [company in the country. JFor your copy of this all- Icolor book of hundreds of Ihome building ideas [send $1 to U.S. HOMES, J5390 2nd Ave., Des Main- les, la., or call your local |Hpme Cpnsultarit: RONALD TAYLOR 1001 N. Minn. Algona, la. Phone 295-2217 (5-i Bells were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Elbert and family, Joyce Gabrielson and Gus and Ester Bierstedt. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger attended a neighborhood card party at the Art Baker home Friday evening. Saturday overnight guests at the Dale Schroeder's were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rath, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rath, Jr., and Rachael Hurlburt. Afternoon callers Sunday were Bill Rath, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Brace and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rath and John, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod and Terry, Mary Hurlburt and Donna McCurry. Ornie Behrends and Merwin Marlow drove to Omaha to pick up Mr. Behrends' daughter and family who were flying home from the Philippines where Mr. Pruitt has been stationed. Mr. Marlow brought the children home and the Pruitts accompanied Mr. Behrends to Iowa City to see Mrs. Behrends. Burt To Send Many Entries, Speech Contest BURT - The Burt High School speech class will be well represented at the District Speech Contest at Titonka High School March 1-2. Students who will enter the Humorous Declamation division are Marilyn Person, Becki Kruse and Lennice Waltman. Dramatic Declamation entries will be Cheryl Kruse and Dan Long. Interpretive Poetry numbers will be given by Donna Miller and Linda Becker. A one-act play, "An Over- praised Season," will also be given with Wayne Lavrenz, Kathleen Patterson, Ken Hawcott, John Fries, Warren Waltman, and Debbie Stenzel playing the character roles. Darrell Sparks, speech instructor, will accompany the contestants to Titonka. I I STOP While in Chicago last week, we couldn't get away from the stop signs fast enough. We took a couple of hookers to steady us. By 5 o'clock, we were so steady we couldn't move. You might say we got looped in the r COMMUNITY CALENDAR BURT COMMUNITY EVENTS THURSDAY, Feb. 29-Neighborhood Girl Scout troop committee meeting at Mary Kahlers- 2 p.m. FRIDAY & SATURDAY, March 1 & 2 - District Speech contest at Titonka High School. SATURDAY, March 2 - Open House at Sinclair Petrochemicals - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. MONDAY, March 4 - Town council meets - 8 p.m. TUESDAY, March 5 - American Legion and Auxiliary meetings - 8 p.m. THURSDAY, March 7- AlBell assembly program at the school. Masonic Lodge meets - 8 p.m. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. John Reiners—Supply pastor SUNDAY, March 3 - Divine worship service - 8:45a.m. Sunday school - 9:45 a.m. Lenten worship service - 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY, March 6-Circles "A" and "C" meet - 2p.m. Circle "B" meets - 7:30 p.m. U.P.Y. groups meet - 7:30 p.m. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Edwin Bishop - Pastor SUNDAY, March 3 - Sunday School and Bible class - 8 a.m. Divine worship and communion services - 9 a.m. Circuit Ladies Workshop at Trinity Lutheran, Algona - 2 p.m. TUESDAY, March 5 - Ladies Aid meets - 2 p.m. BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies— Pastor SUNDAY, March 3 - Divine worship service - 9 a.m. Sunday school - 10a.m. MONDAY, March 4- Woman's Club Buffet Supper - 7 p.m. GOOD HOPE METHODIST THURSDAY, Feb. 29-Mother- Dauditer Banquet - 6:30 p.m. SUNDAY, March 3 - Sunday school - 10a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Happy Scrappers meet- 7:30 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LONE ROCK, IOWA Rev. Albert C. Bullock- Pastor SUNDAY, March 3 - Morning worship- 10a.m. Sunday church school - 11 a.m. Evening service (first in a Lenten series) 7:30 p.m. Sinclair Open House The new Sinclair Petrochemicals plant and office in Burt is having an open house Saturday, March 2. The firm, located at the northwest edge of Burt, is managed by Oscar Lundell. 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