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

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Secy. And Two Teachers, Burt, Resigning HURT - Madonna Vogel, who has served as Burt Community School secretary since her graduation from high school, has tendered her resignation from that position, effective immediately. Ill health has forced her to give up the position. Darrell Sparks, high school English teacher, and Miss Morse, home economics instructor, have also tendered their resignations effective the end of the school year. Burt Marine Completes Course CAMP PENDLETON.CALIF.- Marine Private David W. Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kohlhaas, Burt, completed two weeks of training under simulated combat conditions in the fundamentals of day and night patrol- ing, employment of infantry weapons, survival methods and assault tactics at this Marine Corps base. This individual combat training is given every Marine after his graduation from recruit training. While in the field he was taught how to use hand grenades, acorn- pass and the principles of map reading and land navigation. He learned how to detect and disarm mines and booby traps and, while being exposed to live machine gun fire, lie learned to advance safely from one point to another. From this course, he is scheduled to go on to more advanced training before being assigned to his permanent unit. -102- Mrs. Ella Brothers, Missouri Valley, celebrated her 102nd birthday there on March 6. Mrs. Brothers probably is the oldest resident of Harrison county. rt Hie Monitor Thursday, March 21, 1968 Mgona (Id.) Upp«r DM Mo!riM-7 Rock D*nni« Wdl*r, Idltor Daughters Tire Dads Out At Annual Burt Dinner BURT - The annual Girl Scout Dad - Daughter Date Night, planned and carried out by the Burt Cadet Troop, was termed a big success by both the girls and their Dads, and as one leader put it, "Came to an end when the girls had their dads worn-out." The gala event opened with a box supper at 6:30 p. m. in the school lunch room. The girls had really gone all out in decorating boxes to carry their dad's supper. Following supper, ( a program was held in the high school gym. Included in the program were games supervised by the Cadets, a skit "Why We Are Brownies" by the Brownie Troop, and a folk and square dance demonstration by the junior girls. Following demonstrations the girls invited their dads to join in the square dancing until it was time to go home. The girls in the junior Girl Scout troops were presented awards earned by the leaders, Vera Bradley and Darlene Herrick. Leaders who deserve congratulations and thanks for their unselfish work and time are Dorothy Becker and Mary Kahler, Cadet leaders; Vera Bradley and Darlene Herrick, junior Girl Scouts; and Bernadine Opheim and Barbara Pannkuk, Brownie leaders. Plans - o were made for the CARRY 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 FOR GRAVEL HAULING & EXCAVATING call REUTZEL'S GARAGE Phone 924-3315 Burt, la. SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY SHOP IN BURT! RCA T-Y Sales and Service NORTH CENTRAL ELECTRONICS Burt, Iowa BEAT THE SPRING RUSH... NOW! Plan ahead for a busy spring season with your tractor, Beat the annual jam up by having us tune up your tractor now, Reutzel's Garage 924*3315 Burt, la, Chapter School of Instruction at the March meeting of Kossuth Chapter O.E.S. on Tuesday night. Mrs. Clara Shilts, Algona, district instructor, will conduct the school Saturday, March 30. A luncheon will be held for officers and candidates at 11 a. m. In charge of. the luncheon are Jessie Miller, chairman, Trella Patterson, Gladys Hawcott, Mary Sarchet, Ruth Trunkhill and Barbara Bahling. A 6:30 supper for officers, members and guests will be held at Cunninghan's Tea Room. Reservations for the supper must be made with Mabeline Lovstad, chapter secretary, by March 23. Work will be exemplified in the evening. Darlene Herrick, formerly a member of Gilmore Chapter, Gilmore City, became a member of Kossuth Chapter Tuesday evening by affiliation. - o - PAST MATRONS Past Matrons Club held a 12:30 basket lunch at the home of Beth Miller Thursday. Erma Pratt was assisting hostess. Eleven members answered roll call with "an experience I had in a blizzard." Lefie McMullen was in charge of fellowship hour. The dish committee, Lillian Fredrickson and Mary Jean Andrews, reported that additional glass dishes had been purchased and stacked. , Gladys Hawcott presided at the meeting. - o - SCOUT SESSION Mrs. George Becker was hostess to a meeting of the Oak District Girl Scout neighborhood chairmen at her home Friday. Mrs. Marge Fuller, Clear Lake, of the north Iowa Girl Scout council, presided. 5 The group made;'plans for ; making out,of the year-end reports. These are to be filled out by the neighborhood troop leaders at their May neighborhood meetings. The group also discussed Girl Scout camps planned for the summer, such as Day Camps and established camps. Mrs. Fuller announced that no Girl Scout need be kept from attending a camp because of financial problems as there are "camperships" available through the north Iowa council. Mrs. Fuller also announced the two all-day training sessions scheduled to be held at Mason City; the first session will be held March 26 and the second session, April 30. - o - FOUND Two Yale keys on a gold key chain topped with a black mar- belized ball with rhinestones. Owner may contact Mrs. Al Hinckley, Burt. - o - PLAN TO CLEAN Members of the Kossuth Chapter O.E.S. will meet at the hall March 26 at 4 p. m. to give the chapter rooms their annual spring cleaning. A pot-luck supper will be enjoyed at 6:30 p. m. All members are asked to "join" in on the cleaning project and are reminded to come with cleaning rags, mops, etc, - o - Patricia Schwietert and James Zimmerman, Des Moines, spent the weekend with Patricia's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert. Mr. and Mrs, Tom Herrick and family and William Batt were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Betty Miller. Darlene observed her birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lovstad were Wednesday supper guests of their son John at Renwick. In the evening, they attended the spring vocal concert attheBoone Valley school, directed by John. The junior high and senior high school choruses performed, Also attending the concert were Mrs. Erna Grover, Linda and Janet Becker, Pat Sheirbon and Kathje Patterson. Mrs. Larry Hinckley, Cheryl and Barry, Marion, la., spent the past week at the Al Hinckley home. They were joined for the weekend by Larry. Members of the Fortnightly Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Jenny Whalen, Titonka, March 22. Lawrence Doege left March 10 for Iowa City where he entered University Hospital for a checkup and medical care. Mr. and Mrs. Don Thomsen, Michelle and Scott, Iowa City, spent Thursday at the parental Al Hinckley home. They were accompanied back to Iowa City by Mr. Hinckley who went for a check-up at University Hospital. Weekend guests at the parental Don Mitchell home were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Mitchell, Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mitchell and Rhonda, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Abbas, Quincy, HI., became parents of their second son March 16. The little lad, who arrived in a hospital at Enid, Okla., has been named Matthew Carl and has a brother Michael. Little Michael is staying at the home of his maternal grandparents at Enid and will be joined there by his "mother and brother on their release from the hospital. Melvin Abbas, Bode, is the paternal grandfather and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward are great-grandparents. Mrs. Magdalene Ortman and Bob took Sandra to Ames Friday where she was a guest of Iowa State University at Welch Hall for a "get acquainted" weekend. Bob visited friends at Sage Hall,' also. Mrs. Ortman and Bob returned to Ames Sunday to bring Sandra home. Lad All Tied Up TUESDAY, March 26 - Adult Instruction, 7 p. m. WEDNESDAY, March 27-Sunday School teachers' meeting, 2 p. m. Religion school and confirmation class, 6 p. m. Lenten Worship Services, 8 p. m. Choir Rehearsal, 8:45 p. m. BURT METHODIST Rev. Merlin C. Davies, Pastor THURSDAY, March 21 -Quarterly Conference, 7:30 p. in. SUNDAY, March 24 - Divine Worship Services, 9 a. m. Sermon "Adam and Eve." Sunday School, 10 a. m. MONDAY, March 25 - Town and County Commission atDows. WEDNESDAY, March 27 Fidelis Class, 2 p. m, BURT - Kerry Johnson, 16-month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson, Waterloo, is hospitalized in traction at a Waterloo hospital. Little Kerry fell down a flight of three steps, breaking his left hip. He has been in traction for two weeks and will be for some time. Kerry is the grandson of Mrs. Helen Johnson, Burt, and Mrs. Bill Voigt, Clear Lake. MONDAY, March 25 - Annual stockholder's meeting of the Burt Independent Telephone Co. at the bank meeting room, 2 p. m. TUESDAY, March 26 - Dale Doore program for entire school, 9:30 a.m. CHURCH CALENDAR BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev. John Reiners, Supply Pastor SUNDAY, March 24 - Divine Worship Services, 8:45 a. m. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Lenten Services, 7:30 p. m. Rev. Bullock, Lone Rock, in charge THURSDAY, March 21 - Fire- of services. men's meeting, 7:30 p.m. Spring TUESDAY, March 26 concert by the high school band Spiritual Life meeting, 7:30 p.m. under the direction of Paul Espe, WEDNESDAY, March 27 8 p. m. Open to the public. Choir Rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. COMMUNITY CAIENDAR SUNDAY, March 24 - Adult Bible Class begins. Sunday School and Bible Class, 8 a. m. Divine Worship Services, 9 a.m. Sunday School Association meeting at Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, 1:3Op. m. Walther League, Progressive Supper, 6:30 p. m. Cheryl and Becki Kruse in charge. FRIDAY, March 22 - End of third quarter school year. Rey S LECTRIC t MOTOR SERVICE T Expert service on oil rewinding and gene'-a! repair of electric mo'orj, RED'S MOTOR SHOP r- -*••*• -*• - BURT, IA. - PHONI 924-334.1 Need Money TO PAY YOUR INCOME TAX? Ttordens A COMPLETE LINE OF GRADE A DAIRY PRODUCTS »»»¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ HOUSE AT AUCTION The former Herman Neitzel, 7 room house in Burt will be offered for sale at public auction on Saturday, Mar. 23 Location, 1 block east and 2 blocks north of the Lappe D-X oil station in Burt. Time: 3 o'clock on the premises. Terms, 20/r down day of sale, balance due and payable as soon as abstract and clean title is furnished. Possession, immediate possession if so desired. Taxes, 1968 taxes will be pro-rated as to time if possession. Anyone desiring to inspect the house before sale day may contact Herman Rachut, Burt, Charley Quinn, Bancroft or Chuck Branson, Rake. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. CHUCK BRONSON Owner Clerk: Herman Rachut Auctioneer: Charley Quinn At income tax time, when ready cash is needed, do the sensible thing. Talk to us in confidence about a Personal Loan. Rely on our years of experience to give you prompt service. Reasonable rates. z , BURT {SAVINGS BANK [ MEMBER F.P.I.C 1 SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $15,000 ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ FOR SALE! II Electric Shop - BURT, IOWA - • WESTINGHOUSE • HOOVER • WEST BEND • OTHER APPLIANCES • PARTS • TOOLS • BUILDING Well-established business owned and operated profitably by Don Mitchell for 27 years. Ideal set-up for person wanting to start in business or for established business wishing to expand. Will sell all or part on terms. For health reasons, owner-operator must spend summers in different climate.

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