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February 29, 1968

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

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Burl Women To Have World Day Of Prayer BURT - Ladies of Burt Presbyterian and Methodist churches will observe World Day of Prayer with services at the Presbyterian Church at 2 p.m. March 1. The theme of this year's Wo rid Day of Prayer service is "Bear One Another's Burdens, and So Fulfill the Law of Christ." In charge of services are Mrs. Ray McWhorter and Mrs. Harvey Larson, spiritual life chairmen of their women's societies. They will be assisted by ladies from both congregations. Ladies of St. John's Lutheran Church will join women from all Algona Circuit Lutheran churches in special services at Trinity Lutheran Church, Algona. Special collections taken at these services will go toward "National Literacy Program" in the U. S., the Christian Broadcasters Program in Africa, Christian Scholarship College in the Middle East and many other worthwhile projects. Lions Club At Burt Honors Boy Scouts BURT - In observance of National Boy Scout Week, Scoutmaster Bill Giddings and Assistant Master Joe Cunningham and a group of Scouts were guests of the Burt Lions at their February meeting Monday night. They presented an interesting demonstration on "Lashing" in which they showed the making of a wooden frame to raise a bonfire off the ground, making outdoor cooking easy and interesting. In business transacted, members voted to again sponsor the Boy Scout program in Burt. Fred Hilton, Michael Scott and Darrell Davis were appointed the nominating committee to secure officers for the coming clubjear. , Andrew Reising, Wesley^oun- ty supervisor, was present at Monday night's meeting and explained to the local Lions plans underway to make the dangerous Oakdale Corner near the Bob Woods farm a safer stretch of highway for motorists. The attendance drawing of the evening was won by Russell Patterson. iBB| Burt The Monitor thorsdoy, Feb. 29, 1*68 Algona (la.) Upper Dei MdfnM-7 Lone Rock Kvl.li.li.dty ft. Up,., ».. M.I. M MM* C.., *!„ ». Burt Couple Wed 25 Yrs. BURT - Approximately 100 relatives and friends called at the Methodist church Sunday to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schrader on their silver wedding anniversary. Registering the guests was Sandra Schrader, and the guests were greeted by Naomi Chipman, dining room hostess. A short program was presented at 2:30, with Mabeline Lovstad acting as M.C. The program opened and closed with prayer by Rev. Merlin Davies. Also included in the program was a vocal trio number by Janet and Linda Becker and Pat Shierbon; a vocal solo by Jim Ruhnke, and an original reading written by Janet Becker and given by Roberta Gifford. Patricia Schrader served punch and Mrs. Ed Loos presided at the coffee service. The beautifully-decorated 3-tier anniversary cake was cut and served by Donna Zwiefel and Mrs. Frank Loos. Kitchen hostesses were Shirley Lovstad, Char Habeger, Mabeline Lovstad, Helen Smith, Benita Mitchell and Phyllis Wiener. Sponsoring the gala occasion were the Schrader's children, Brian and Donna Zwiefel, Patricia, Sandra and Chuckie Schrader. Esther Loos and Charles Schrader exchanged marriage vows at Swea City Jan. 30, 1943. Their attendants, also present at the silver anniversary, were the bride's sister and brother-in-^law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stenzel, Swea City. The couple spent the ' eight months following their marriage at Corpus Christi, Texas, while the groom completed his military duties in the U. S. Navy. They then came to Burt where they have resided since. He is in the plumbing and heating business in Burt. Mrs. Schrader is a member of the school's hot lunch personnel. One memorable event making the 25th anniversary more special to the Schraders was the presence of four generations on her side of the family, Mrs. Joe Loos of Buffalo Center, Mrs. Schrader, her daughter, Mrs. Brian Zwiefel, and her daughter, Shawn Melany Zwiefel. Mrs. Ella Meyer entertained at .dinner Sunday, with.Mr.andMrs. Eugene Meyer and boys and Mr. and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer, Terry and Brenda as guests. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Steward, Madrid, were weekend guests in the parental Walter Steward home. Weekend guests at the J. L. Miller home were their son Law- Westinghouse STOP IN FOR GOOD USED ELECTRIC RANGES, FREEZERS AND REFRIGERATORS. Westinghouse Sales & Service DON MITCHELL Burt, la. 924-3413 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. 924.3491 BEAT THE SPRING RUSH... NOW! Plan ahead for a busy spring season with yoyr tractor. Beat the annwal jam up by having us tune up your tractor now, Reutzel's Garage 924*331$ Burt, la. rence, Tokyo, Japan, who is in the states on business and his daughter, Michelle Miller, stulfeht at St. Olafs College, Northfield, Minn. They were joined at supper Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson and on Sunday by the Clark Millers, Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bierstedt, Lakota, and Steven Bierstedt, Plattesville, Wise., were Saturday callers at the home of Ella Meyer. A neighborhood Girl Scout troop committee meeting will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 29 at the home of Mrs. Art Kahler. Mrs. Ella Meyer spent several days the past week with her daughter Evelyn and family, the Rev. Henry Friedrichs at Marcus. Members of St. John's Ladies Aid will meet at the church at 2 p.m. March 5, with Malinda Meyer, Patsy Elmers and Clara Reynolds, hostesses. Esther Miller will present devotions and Pastor Bishop will lead the discussion, "Lutherans in America." Mar- ketbasket surprises will be furnished by Nancy Kissner, Marietta Boderius and Isabel Sabin. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker will be hosts for the March 3 meeting of the Burt Mariners at the church fellowship hall. Devotions for the evening will be presented by Bernard and Jean Gifford. The program, "Contradictions in the Bible," will be presented by Leonard and Marlene Stenzel. Russell and Rutli Patterson will have the sur- prize number for the fellowship hour. Eight members answered roll call at the meeting of the V.F.W. Auxiliary held Tuesday night at the home of Marge Lavrenz. Mrs. Ella Lampe will be hostess for the March 18 meeting, which will be held at the home of Valita Griese. Joe Fries, student at Iowa State University, Ames, spent the week end at the parental Jim Fries home. Duane Hinckley, West Union, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .U Hinckley. Kim Troutmon was an overnight guest Friday of her classmate, Diane Skadburg. Diane Miller, a student at Estherville J. C., spent the weekend with her family. Because of World Day of Prayer services which will be held on Friday, March 1, members of the Fortnightly Club will not meet as previously scheduled, instead, they will meet at the home of Jenny Riebhoff on Friday, March 8. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER! Rose Westling Dies At Burt; Funeral Today BURT - Final rites for along- time Kossuth county resident, Mrs. Rose Westling, 79, will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 29 at Garry Funeral Chapel, Bancroft. Rev. \Villjam Noland of the Algona Methodist church will officiate. Burial will be at South Marion Cemetery near Stratford. Pallbearers are Valgene Westling, Donald Westling, VernShip- ler, Walter Ruger, Elmer Kubly and Ralph Stoll. Mrs. Westling died Monday at 6:15 at the home of Mrs. Helen Johnson of uremia poisoning. She was born Oct. 21, 1888 at Stratford, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.. C. O. Isaacson. She married Otto Westling Dec. 25, 1912 at Stratford. He died July 28, 1958. She and her husband farmed near LuVerne until 1944 when they retired to Algona. The past year she had made her home with Mrs. Helen Johnson, Burt. She is survived by one son, Raymond Westling, Burt; one brother, Arthur Isaacson, Stratford; one sister, Mrs. Justin Anderson, Lebanon, Mo.; four grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband; a son, Eldon; and a daughter, LaVerla. She was a member of the Algona Methodist Church and a long-time member of Eastern Star. - o - PLAN PARTY Plans were completed at the Saturday meeting of the Cadet Girl Scouts held at the home of Florence Long, for the Song Fest to be held at tile Burt school gyi^ from' 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. March 2^. The three Girl Scout troops will be taking part and the three Titonka troops will be guests. Refreshments will be served following the song session. Plans were also started for the annual Dad-Daughter Date Night, in observance of the 56th birthday of Girl Scouting on March 12. The party will be held in the school lunch room Saturday evening, March 16. Committees were appointed to plan for this event. They are: Nancy Herrick, Susan Angus and Margaret Devine Decorating; Barbara Batt, Cindy Sill anrl Kirsten Habeger - Table arrangements; Cindy Patterson and helpers - Cleanup; and Jayne Skarlburg, Sharon Patterson and Susan Becker - Entertainment. Florence Long was elected the ne\v president of the Cadets and Susan Becker was elected as the ne-.v scribe. The next meeting of the Cadets will be held at the home of Sharon Patterson March 9. - o - W.S.C.S. TO ELECT Members of the W.S.C.S. will hold a meeting at the church at 2 p.m. March 6, with Mildred Larson, Lorena Roark, Wanta- lee Hawcott, Louise McFarland, Edna Smith and Eva Leeper hostesses. There will be election of officers for the coming year. In charge of devotions and program will be Ivy Simmons and Lurena Soderburg. - o - WOMAN'S CLUB The Burt Woman's Club met Feb. 19 at the home of Mary Kahler with Ruth Patterson assistant hostess. Mary's mother, Mrs. Trunelle was a guest. President Vera Bradley reminded members to have their March 4 dinner reservation made with Iva Jurgens by Feb. 28. Program chairman Erna Grover introduced Rowena Ryerson, who gave a very interesting history of the three churches in Burt. Rochelle Scott received the book, "The Eighth Day." The next meeting will be a 7 o'clock buffet supper at the Methodist church March 4. - o - FIREMEN MEET The Kossuth county Firemen's Association met Thursday evening in the Lakota city hall. Walter Steward, Burt, president of the county organization, presided. -: At this meeting, the group voted to meet on the fourth Thursday evening of the month every three months. The Lone Rock department will host the next meeting May 24. - o - BLUEBIRDS MET Burt Bluebirds 4-H Club held their regular meeting Feb. 17 at the home of Arlene and Cheryl Coady. The roll call, "What I discovered about my food habits," was answered by all members. •*r^ LECTRIC t MOTOR SERVICE Expert service on all re- winding and generu! re- pair of electric motor*. RED'S MOTOR SHOP BURT, IA. - PHONE 924.3341 YOUR MONEY GROWS FAST! with SAVINGS that pay BIG DIVIDENDS Your savings earns much, much more when you invest it with u>! Why accept less 9 And it s readily available whenever you need it! Fully protected bv an instrument of the U.S. Government BURT SAVINGS BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C SAVINGS INSUR60TQ $15,000 Rochelle Sarchet led the pledges. Cindy Faber and Jean Lynch told about their experiences at winter camp. March 28 was set as the date for the supper for the parents. Committees were appointed. March 2 was set as the date for the Junior-Intermediate Bread- making Workshop. Cheryl Coady was elected as queen candidate for Fun Night. Talks were given by Becki Kruse, "Do You Understand O besity?"; Marcia Soderburg, "Planning My Diet Around the Guide to Good Eating,"; Sharon Tigges, "Energy Needs of a Girl My Age and How They Differ From Boys," and Arlene Coady, "Once Upon a Time." Marilyn Tigges gave a demonstration on "Tips with the Electric Mixer or at the Stove." Mrs. Coady gave a leader presentation on how to set a formal table. Lunch was served the the hostesses and their mother. - o - CHURCH CIRCLES Presbyterian church circles will meet on March 6: Circle A- at the home of Mrs. Jesse Harms. Mrs. Axel Carlson will give devotions and Mrs. Delmar Angus D»nni* Wdlw, Idrtof will lead Bible study. Circle B-atthe home of Janice Troutman, with Mrs. Joyce Keith presenting the devotions and Rose Karels the Bible study. Circle C - at the home of Sarah Stewart. Ethel Dremmel will present devotions and Evelyn Mawdsley the Bible study. - o The Burt Woman's Club will hold their Guest Night Buffet Supper at the Methodist church at 7 p.m. March 4. The supper, previously set for Feb. 19, was postponed because of a conflict with Girls' Sectional Basketball Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Zaugg, Ames, were overnight guests on Tuesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ulses. Wednesday morning, the Zauggs attended final rites at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Mallard. TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO DINNER! Enjoy the best eating in Kosuth County — at lower prices. Treat your family soon. Sunday dinners are a specialty. Stop in ! Cunningham's Cafe Burt, Iowa Co-op Tour: FRIDAY, MARCH 1 Leaves at 8 a.m. Returns 4 p.m. An educational and informative tour of the anhyrdous ammonia plant in Fort Dodge and the soybean processing plant in Eagle Grove. Stop in and sign up today - tour leaves tomorrow. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR YOUR SPRING CHEMICALS (HERBICIDES & INSECTICIDES) AT YOUR CO-OP. COMING: Cattle Feeder meeting. Details at your Burt Co-op. ELEVATOR Phone 924-3241 SINCLAIR DAV MARCH 2 Here it is. Brand now. And waiting to he looked over hy you! There will hi; free coffee and refreshments, a free ^ift for everyone who walks in tin,- door. and. you may win a valuable door prize. You have heard the claim "better service" so many times by now that it really doesn't mean much. We think it does. The new Sinclair Farm Center was planned to yive you service and results. The kind that you have a ri«ht to expect. Judyo for yourself! Come out . .. enjoy coffee and refreshments, look around, ask questions, find out about our Sinclair services, or just enjoy your coffee. Learn how Sinclair Profit Programming can help you attain year- after-year crop profits. Kxtra services like free soil testing keep you on target. This is your time to inspect and evaluate. See you at BURT SINCLAIR FARM CENTER

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