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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 14, 1968
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(la.) Uppttr DM Molntt Thursday, March 14, 1968 Burt Council Plans On Street Work For 1968 - Ai the March meeting of the cotsncll Monday night there was considerable discussion on street work to be done in Burt this summer. They voted to hold a special meeting March 18 at Which time uniform bids will be received and considered from the Rohlin Construction Co., Esther- vllle; Everds Bros. Const. Co., Algona; General Surfacers Co., Humboldt; and Mid-West Asphalt Co., Humboldt for street work. Work planned is replacing 1/2- block of road bed running north and southwest of the telephone office; double seal-coating of approximately three blocks of graveled streets, and seal-coating on a limited number of blocks of previously black-topped streets. Members also approved a plan for purchasing gasoline for city use. Gas will be purchased on alternate months from Larry's K & H Station and from Lappe's DX Station. The purchase price is 2? below market price day of purchase. An application from Paul Larson for a junk dealer's permit was approved. Treasurer's report was given and accepted and a satisfactory water analysis report was received from the State Hygienic Laboratories. Councilmen J. L. Miller, Don Patterson, Ray Hoppus, Claire Reutzel and Red Pettis were present as were Mayor Nels Nelson, Clerk G. H. McMullen and Engineer Ralph Johnston. Burt Woman Is Delegate, GOP District Fete BURT — Mrs. Dean Andrews was one of 13 Republican women representing Kossuth county at the Sixth District Spring Conference of Republican Women held at Lakeview March 11. Lois Reed, State Federation president, was guest speaker. Kossuth county won several awards given away during the day including the Traveling Trophy, an award for having the most delegates present, and an award for having the largest representation of any county attending. - o- BLUE BIRDS MET Members of the Burt Blue Birds met at the home of Jean Lynch March 9. All members were present and answered roll call with "My favorite menu when I eat out." Marilyn Tiggesledin the repeating of the pledges. Final plans were made for the annual Algona 4-H Day and an April breakfast. The breakfast will be held at the home of the leader, Mrs. Gerald Soderberg on April 13. Jean Lynch gave an illustrated talk on "Tips for Waitresses" and Rachel Kruse one on "Snack- time Hints." Interesting demonstrations were given by Arlene Coady on cheese dips and drinks for crackers and vegetables, and Cheryl Kruse gave one on how to prepare nutritious and attractive fruits and vegetables. Mrs. Florence Faber was guest mother. Following the meeting, lunch was served by the hostess and her mother. - o - CAUCUS HELD A large crowd attended the Republican caucus meeting Monday. J. L. Miller was acting chairman and Selena Clifton, acting secretary. Delegates chosen to attend the county meeting were J. L. and Beth Miller, Lefie McMullen, Lillian Fredrickson, Mary Jean Andrews, Selina Clifton and Frank Ryerson. Frank Ryerson was named committee chairman and Lillian Fredrickson, committee chairwoman. Various resolutions were presented, discussed and adopted. - o Mrs. E. C. Schwietert,whohas been seriously ill at her home for the past three weeks,' has shown a little improvement, but is still not up to par. CHURCH NEWS ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Edwin Bishop — Pastor SUNDAY, March 17 - Sunday school and Bible class - 8 a.m. Divine worship service - 9 a.m. Church Council meeting - 2 p.m. MONDAY, March 18-Circuit Pastoral Meeting - Lotts Creek Lutheran Church TUESDAY, March 19-Elder's meeting - 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY, March 20-Religion school and confirmation class - 6 p.m. Lenten worship service - 8 p.m. Choir rehearsal - 8:45 p.m. BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies - Pastor THURSDAY, March 14 - Sub- district Pastor's meeting - Titonka. SUNDAY, March 17- Worship service - 9 a.m. - To be conducted by a team of students of Wesley Foundation, I.S.U., Ames. Sunday School » 10 a.m. WEDNESDAY, March 20 Circles of W.S.C.S. meet as usual. THURSDAY, March 21-Quarterly Conference - 7:30 p.m. Rev. Roger E. Russell presiding. BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. John Reiners-Supply pastor SUNDAY, March 17 - Divine Worship service - 8:45 a.m. Sunday school - 9:45 a.m. Lenten worship service - 7:30p.m.- Rev. J. D. Engals, Britt, in charge of service WEDNESDAY, March 20-UPW meets - 2:15 p.m. An Easter film will be shown. Devotions by Mrs. Axel Carlson. Hostesses: Mrs. Ronald Ortman, Mrs. Victor Fitch, Mrs. Jesse Harms and Mrs. Harold Andreason. U.P.Y. - 7:30 p.m. FaithCom- mission - Gloria Heyes, Janet Stephen, Frank Becker and Lennice Waltman will present program, "The Nature of God." GOOD HOPE METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies- Pastor THURSDAY, March 14 - Sub- district Pastor's meeting - Titonka. SUNDAY, March 17 - Sunday school - 10 a.m. Worship service - 11 a.m. - to be conducted by a team of students from Wesley Foundation, I.S.U., Ames. Algona-Good Hope MYF - 5 p.m. at Good Hope. THURSDAY, March 21-Quarterly Conference - 2 p.m. - Rev. Roger Russell presiding. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LONE ROCK, IOWA Rev. Albert C. Bullock - Pastor SATURDAY, March 16-Communicants class - 9 a.m. SUNDAY, March 17 - Morning worship - 10 a.m. Sunday church school - 11 a.m. Evening Lenten service - 7:30p.m.-Rev. Janssen, pastor of Ramsey Reformed Church, will speak on the topic, "Pardon By the Cross." TUESDAY, March 19 - Adult Bible study - 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY, March 20 Choir rehearsal - 7:30 p.m. Plum Creek 4-H Picks Delegates The February meeting of the Plum Creek Boys was called to order by the president, Mark Mawdsley. The treasurer's report was read by Howard Eimers. Mark Mawdsley gave a talk on the Youth Winter Camp which he attended. Howard Eimers was elected king for 4-H Fun Night. Frank Becker and Steve Madsen are to be the representatives at Algona on 4-H Day. Frank Beck- er and Steve Madsen gave talks and a delicious lunch was served by Frank and Norman Becker. Paul Bernhard Housewarming At Bancroft LONE ROCK- Ahouse-warming party was held last week for the Paul Bernhards who moved from Lone Rock to their new home in Bancroft. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bierle, Ralph Bierstedt, Willard Thompson, Sam McCleish, Harlan Hutchinson, Mrs. Alice Bierle, Mark Bernhard, Robert Lynch, Wayne Lynch, Clarence Menz, Frank Myer, Robert Binzen, Gordon Burt, Bill Loss, Richard Bauer, Kenny, Gene and Donald Bolligs; the Donald and Jim Kennedys, Donald Cronk, Joe Madden, all of Armstrong; Jerry Bormann, Whittemore; Denny Guerdets, Swea City; Emery Preston, Ringsted; William Gosche, Maurice Bernhard, Phillip and William Bernhards, Raymond Wolf, all of Bancroft. 500 was played with prizes going to high and second-high — women, Mrs. Jim Kennedy and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt, men, Harlan Hutchinsonand Paul Bernhard and travel, Gene Bollig. A lovely wall clock was presented to the honored couple. .. o - Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt attended the Iowa State and Kansas State basketball game at Ames Monday. The Ralph Bier- stedts, Roxie and Mrs. Alice Bierle were weekend guests at the Roger Palmers at Cedar Falls. The Fenton Township Homemakers will meet this Friday, March 15, 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Amy Cherland with Mrs. Willis Cotton as co-hostess. Sunday night dinner guests at the Frank Dryer home were Rev. and Mrs. Rex Spicer and family of Fenton. Mrs. Delmar Fisher is home after spending twelve days with her daughter, the Larry Menz family. They have moved from Swisher to their new home in Spartanburg, So. Car. Guests last weekend at the Wallace McArthur home were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Halsted of Sioux Falls, So. Dak. Don't forget the Legion Auxiliary card party this evening* (Thursday) at 8 p.m. at the Lone Rock Legion hall. Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Roy Bierle home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lohse of Fairmont. Mrs. Ornie Behrends was moved from Iowa City to the rest home in Bancroft last Thursday. NOW! CHEVROLET GOLDEN ANNIVER TRUCK SALE! 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