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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 14, 1968
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Dad - Daughter Date Night Is Bill"! Set At Burl mjmm ._ . ^ me Monitor Thursday, March 14, 1968 Algona (la.) Uppftr Dt« Moln«t-9 BURT - Sharon Patterson was hostess to members of the Cadet Girl Scouts at. her home Saturday. Kirsten Habeger was elected vice president of the troop. A thank you note was read from the Titonka Girl Scouts for the pleasant time had at the song fest March 2. The girls decided that at the beginning of the next school year, they would meet each Monday after school instead of Saturday afternoons as they are now doing. Plans were completed for the Dad-Daughter Date Night being planned to celebrate the 56th anniversary of Girl Scouting. Dad-Daughter Night will be held at the school lunch room Saturday, March 16, beginning with a 6:30 box supper. The Brownie and Junior Girl Scouts will also attend with their dads and will have a part in the program. Mrs. Mary Kahler, co-leader, told of receiving a letter from the teacher of the Head Start School at Bancroft in which she asked if the Cadets would consider making cardboard toys for the children. The girls will do this, making it their Child Service Challenge. The Cadets wrote a thank you note to members of the Woman's Club for the funds they collected to carry on Girl Scouting in Burt. Songs Fill Air At Burt When Scouts Gather BURT - Songs really rang out in the Burt High School gym March 2 when the three Girl Scout troops entertained the three Girl Scout troops from Titonka at a song fest. The Burt Cadets were in charge of all arrangements. There were 72 Scouts and 15 adults registered at the event. The Burt Junior Scouts entertained with a square dance demonstration and the Cadets from Titonka presented a musical exercise. The entire group sang many songs. Refreshments closed a pleasant afternoon of singing and fellowship. Mrs. Ruby Hinckley, News Lone Rock Publithtd By Th* Upptr D»i Melnu Publishing Co., Algeria, Iowa MM^ . . : _,._^_ . . , Wife Of Former Burt Pastor Dies In Ohio BURT - Mrs. Jennie L. Aten, 82, Dayton, Ohio, wife of the pastor of Burt Presbyterian Church for 25 years, passed away recently there. Since Rev. Aten's retirement they had made their home in Dayton. Surviving in addition to her husband are two daughters, Mrs. Luther Larson of Spokane, Wash., and Mrs. Warren Hansen of Dayton, and two sons, Frank A. of Waukegan, HI., and John E. of Libertyville, HI. A brother, Robert Leach of Watertown,S. D. and a sister, Mrs. W. A. Barnes of St. Paul, Minn., also survive. Rev. Aten himself is not well and was expecting to have surgery soon. The body of Mrs. Aten was to be cremated and burial in Burt was expected sometime in the future. Both daughters were at their mother's bedside when she passed away. •• - o - SHOWER PLANNED Mrs. Terrill Brandow, nee Diane Johnson, will be honored at a post-nuptial shower at the Burt Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 19. Although a limited number of invitations have been sent to out of town relatives and friends, the hostesses wish to take this means of extending an invitation to all Diane's relatives and friends to attend. - o - ARE HOSPITALIZED Little Monica Jurgens, four- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Jurgens was rushed to Palo Alto Memorial Hospital, Emmetsburg, Thursday, where she is receiving medical care and tests. Hospitalized at St. Ann, Algona, for medical care, are two Burt' 1'eside'nts, 'Mrs. "Cecelia Scott and Bernard Gifford. Diane Johnson, Burt, Is Bride Of Algonan Diane Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnson, Burt, and Terril Brandow, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brandow, Algona, were married March 1 at the Burt Methodist church. Rev. Merlin Davies officiated at the double ring ceremony. Teacher Pay Scale Set By Burt Board, $6200 LIVE MUSIC Saturday Night, March 16 Bud & The Country Cousins DON'S PLACE Burt, Iowa BURT - Members of the Burt board of education met in special session Tuesday to set salary schedules for Burt teachers for the coming year. After much _ study and discussion, the board set the salary for all teachers with a B.A. or B.S. degree at $6200 with 10 equal increments, 4% of the base, $248 per year and supplementary pay for additional duties, etc. The salary schedule for teachers with less than a B.A. or B.S. degree but with 90 or more hours credit has been set at $4800, with ten equal increments of $100 each. Adjustments were also made for those having less than 90 hours credit. There are still minor details left to be made. A special meeting has been scheduled for March 18 at 8p.m. to work out these details. - o - IS ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnston announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their Apply Sinclair Dinofarm Premium Fertilizer now! Dino says: "You get more bushels per acre." For higher yield, start your crops right. On corn, for example, 200 Ibs. of Sinclair Dinolarm Premium 8-32-16 can produce a bonus of 2 bushels per acre over regular fertilizers. Sinclair's mono-ammonium phosphate makes the difference. Dinofarm Premium Fertilizer has greater water solubility. This means crops get more nutrients from the start for higher yields. For Sinclair Dinofarm Premium Fertilizer, visit or call your nearby Sinclair Farm Center today. Ask, too, about Sinclair's complete line of custom blends, anhydrous ammonia, and crop chemicals. Sinclair Farm Center BURT - WODEN - HANNA Sinclair Petrochemicals, Inc. daughter, Carol, to William: cherdt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Er^'j nest Borcherdt, Coalville. -'" The bride-to-be is a gradual of Burt High School and is at@ -tending a seeretarial-college in* Ft. Dodge. Her fiance-is an em^ ployee of the New Idea Co., Ftr Dodge. .„ f March 31 has been set'for the- wedding at the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Fort Dodge. - o - AUXILIARY NEWS Members of the Legion Auxiliary the past week baked and sent 13 dozen cookies to the Woodward State Hospital, packed and sent carpet rags to the Veteran's Hospital at Knoxville, and purchased and sent clothing to the unit's assigned child. President, Elva Boettcher reported on the county Auxiliary meeting at Whittemore. She also reminded members to fill in the 1968 Golden Mike ballots found in the March issue of National News. The group is collecting old glasses or lens and these will be sent to an Eye Bank in New Jersey. Membe rs are asked to bring them to the April meeting. The following ladies were appointed to prepare and serve the Lions Club dinner March 18: - : Frances Smith, Dorothy Becker, ' Jane Scott and Mary Nelson. Hostesses for Tuesday night's meeting were Elva Boettcher and Inez Bergman. - o - W.S.C.S. ELECTS Mrs. Kenneth Sarchet was re- . elected President of the W.S.C.S. . Wednesday. Other officers elected for the coming year were: . Blanche Long, vice president; Mary Jean Andrews, recording secretary; Beulah Davis, treasurer; Lorraine Campney, chr. Christian social relations; Florence Spear, chr, Christian missionary education; Mildred Larson, spiritual growth chr.; Phyllis Wiener, chr. local church re- • sponsibilities; Lefie McMulleu, * chr. membership committee; Ha- ' zel Larson, chr,, nominations committee; Mary Sarchet, chr. literature & publications; Beth Miller, supply chr.; Ruby Hinckley, publicity chr.; and Marlene Davis, Ivy Simmons and Hazel Teeter, circle chairmen. Members of the nominating committee were: Benita Mitchell, Shirley Lovstad and Hazel Larson. Members voted to send $4.50 to the district treasurer as an ; out-growth of the unit's mission f study on Japan. They also voted j to send $? to the School of Mis- ; sions, $3 to Church Women United * and pledged to send $4} per month to missions, Members also voted to again give life memberships to two deserving society members. Reports were given by the various officers and Ivy Simmons, circle chairman, announced that sixteen shut-in parishioners had been visited during the month. Mrs. Sarchet reminded members of the district W.S.C.S. con- ferencfe to be held at Emmetsburg April 2. Lorraine Campney, local member, will be installed as district president at this meeting. Devotions and program were given by Lurena Soderberg and Ivy Simmons. Hostesses were Mildred Larson, Lorena Roark, Wantalee Hawcott, Louise McFarland, Edna Smith and Eva Leeper. - o - Lee Phillips and son Lawrence of Mason, Mich., were guests the past week at the home of Art and Bert Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schatz, Kevin and Brian, Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley. Methodist Merry Mixers met at the home of Andy and Barbara Harms Sunday evening. Eight members answered roll call. Char Habeger was a guest. Darrell and Louise McFarland presented the program, "Who Do You Say He Is?" John and Florence Spear will be hosts for the April meeting and Darrell and Marlene Davis will present the program. Mrs. Don Riemers took her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Madson, Sr. to Alden, Minn. Wednesday where they visited at the home of Mrs. Chris Olteson. Mrs. Olteson and Mr. Madson are sister and brother. John Patterson, student at Booneville, Mo. Military Academy, is enjoying a week's va- cation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Patterson and with his grandparents, the George Pattersons. Harlan Blanchard, Lone Rock, called on Al Hinckley Saturday. Mr. and' Mrs. Lee Dixon attended final rites for Mrs. Art Bergum at Blakjer Lutheran Church, Seneca, Friday. Mrs. Bergum, a sister of Mr. Dixon, died suddenly of a heart attack at her home last Tuesday. Sunday dinner guests at the George Patterson home were the latter's sister, Mrs. I. A. Nelson of Lake Mills, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Patterson. Sunday guests at the parental William Madson, Sr. home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Madson, Jr. and family, George, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Madsen, Steve and Sandi; Mr. andMrs.DonReimers and family and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Shipler. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson have sold their home in Burt to Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith who are retiring from farming. Mr. D#nn!« Wdl»r, Editor Fredriekson is depot agent at Algona and he and his wife plan to move to Algona around the first of June. COMMUNITY CALENDAR THURSDAY, March 14-Girls Basketball Team goes to Des Moines to State Tournament. Post Matrons Basket Lunch at Beth Miller's - 12:30 p.m. MONDAY, March 18 - Lion's Club Dinner and Meeting - 6:30 p.m. THURSDAY, March 21 - Firemen's meeting - 7:30 p.m. Band Mothers meet - 7:30 p.m. Hostesses: Mary Carol Eraser, Magdaline Ortman, Arlene Chafee, Myrtle Jones. YOUR MONEY GROWS FAST! with SAVINGS that pay BIG DIVIDENDS Your savings earns much, much more when you invest it with usl Why accept less? And it's readily available whenever you need it! Fully protected by an instrument of the U.S. Government. BURT SAVINGS BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C. SAVINGS INSURED TO $15,000 DOUBLE SALE! FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MARCH 15 & 16 AT RED'S MOTOR SHOP IN BURT, 9 o.m. to 4 p.m. BOTH DAYS. ELECTRIC MOTOR CLEARANCE: Motors priced for quick sale before restocking. Big savings on all size motors: 1/6 HP to 5 HP single phase motors; 1 HP to 10 HP three phase motors - PLUS MANY OTHERS! ALSO ON SALE: WINDOW FANS, ELECTRIC FRY PANS, FAN BLADES, ETC. Huge Savings On All Motors - Buy Now! ^^'^^^^'^^^f^^^^^^'^^^^f^f^^^^^jt^^j^^f^f^f^^^j^f^f^f^f*^^^*^^*^*^^^*^*^*^*^*^*^*^^*,^^**^*^*^^^*^*^^. FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCE SALE: t Beed Hardware of Titonka is offering special prices on all Frigidaire Appliances on display at Red's in Burt. * FRIGIDAIRE 14' Automatic De- tt\t\f\ froster Refrig., reg. $319 NOW JbUv FRIGIDAIRE 30" Electriclean Range, reg. $344 ____ NOW FRIGIDAIRE Automatic 2-spd. washer, reg. $269.95 NOW 1 FRIGIDAIRE 4-heat automatic $1 CO dryer, reg. $219.95 NOW "^ 20% DISCOUNT ON ALL FRIDIGAIRE AIR CONDITONERS! BUY NOW AT TREMENDOUS SAVINGS! REGISTER FOR FREE DOOR PRIZES FREE COFFEE AND DONUTS RED'S MOTOR SHOP BURT, IOWA AND BEED HARDWARE OP TITONKA

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