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l%-A»cr»no, (jo.) Upp»r DM Molrm Thuridoy, June 10, 196S Host Of Awards Made At LuVerne School Close LuVerne students were honored at a recognition assembly held just before the close of the school year. Patti Erpelding and Ron Trauger received awards for achievement in business courses, and Rita Patterson was the recipient of the beginning typing award. .Baseball letters for the 196465 season went to John Wickett, Bob Maass, Butch Hefty, Tom Erpeldlng, Denny Hanselman, Bart Selby, Dale Schipull, Daryl Trauger, Roger Hanson and Doug Nelson. Track awards went to Jerry Bristow, Ronnie Trauger, John Wickett, Dennis Awe and Rex Bristow. BAND AWARDS First-year letters and pins went to Jean Casey, Mary Cronk, LeRoy Hanson, Coleen Johns, Doug Nelson, Michael Pergande, Henry Schnakenberg, DuaneWill, Joel Mueller, Zelda Witzell, Bill Wolf and Kris Hanselman. Second-year bars went to Beverly Bristow, Luana Leek, Dennis Marty and Daryl Trauger. Third-year bars were awarded to Norma Heinen, Dawn Lindebak, Connie Sanford, Elaine Schnakenberg, Connie Schnetzer, Earl Will and Larry Day. Fourth-year bars went to Suzanne Blake, Patti Erpeldlng, Monnie Hanson, David Naffziger, Linda Nelson and Clara Schnakenberg. Senior music pins from the' Music Mothers were awarded to Suzanne Blake, Patti Erpeld- lng, Monnie Hanson, David Naffziger, Linda Nelson and Clara Schnakenberg. I (Superior) rating at solo and ensemble contest: Earl Will, Clara Schnakenberg, Monnie Hanson and Luana Leek; clarinet quartet: Earl Will, Elaine Schnakenberg, Luana Leek and Linda Nelson. SPEECH AWARDS Speech participation pins were presented to all students representing LuVerne at District Speech Contest fo¥ tlftir 1 first'' time. These students were? Mary Cronk and Leonard Johns Dramatic declamation; Connie Schnetzer - Interpretive Read- Ing Poetry; Coleen Johns Oratorical Declamation; Nancy Brink and Linda Daley - Interpretive Reading Prose; David Naffziger - Radio Speaking; Dawn Lindebak - Public Address; Cindl Rugg, Gerald Sill, Bart Selby and Joel Mueller - Play Reading. Those students who participated a second year or more received chain guard awards for pins which they had received: Delores Eggleston and Elaine Schnakenberg - Interpretive Reading-Poetry; Zelda Wltzel Dramatic Declaration; Mario Stampka and Linda Nelson Original Oratory; Clara Schnakenberg -Oratorical Declamation; Earl Will - Interpretive Reading; Prose; Daryl Trauger and John Wlckett - Radio Speaking; Luana Leek and Suzanne Dudley - Public Address; Gretchen Zentner and Rita Patterson - Play Reading. Certificates of merit and gold pin awards for Division I ratings at State Contest went to Earl Will, Nancy Brink, Dawn Lindebak, Luana Leek, Daryl Trauger, John Wickett, Linda Nelson, Jane Hanselman, Linda Rugg, Clara Schnakenberg and Leonard Johns. Certificates of merit for Division II ratings at State Speech Contest went to Beverly Bristow, Mary Cronk and Coleen Johns. Recognition speech service pins to Assistant Student Directors, Jane Hanselman, Linda Nelson and Elaine Schnakenberg were also made. Trio Of Girls Plans To Cover 4-H Fair Events Undertaking the job of covering the 4-H activities of the Kossuth County Fair of 1965 as part of their Junior Leadership Project will be Sandy O'Brien, Bode, Sue Bode, Algona, and Petrea Thoreson, Swea City. These girls hope to present toe new projects being taken by 4-H members In Kossuth County which will be exhibited for the first time at the Fair, Such projects as rabbits, dogs, small motors, electricity, entomology, arts and crafts, plus toe regular 4-H projects will be displayed. A series of articles explaining the new projects will appear la this paper, , Lakota Couple Observing 40th Anniversary Soon . *•' Mr. and Mrs. Art Bierstedt of Lakota, pictured above, will observe their 40th wedding anniversary, Sunday, June 13, with an open house at St. John's Lutheran church in Lakota, from 2 to 5 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Bierstedt were married June 3, 1925, at Fenton. She is the former Emma Nemitz. The couple have six children, all of whom expect to be present for the anniversary occasion. They arc Paul, now serving with the U. S. Marines, at Albany, Ga.; Max of Denver, Colorado; Gerald of Plattville, Wise.; St. Paul Park, Minn.; and StevSh p. " -(Glenn Studio Photo) A i -' v Mrs. Graham New President, Burt Auxiliary BURT - Mrs. 0. H. Graham Tuesday night was Elected president of the Burt American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Graham, who has been a very active member of the Auxiliary, has held this position before. She has also been secretary of . the Burt Community School board for many years. Elected to serve with Mrs, Graham during toe year were: Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, vice president; Mrs. James Christensen, secretary; Mrs. Ray S. McWhorter, treasurer; Mrs. Celia Scott, chaplain; Mrs. Harlam Lacy, sgt. at arms; Mrs. Gladys Hawcott, historian; Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mrs. Cella Scott and Mrs. Tom Trenary, executive Board. In other business transacted, the group voted to serve toe Lion's Guest night dinner June 21 and also to serve lunch at toe annual Burt Coop. Elevator stockholder's meeting July 9. The group also voted to send food to Veterans hospital at Knoxville,for toe hospital picnic June 14. Report on toe county auxiliary meeting at Algona was given by Mrs, Boettcher, A report was also given on toe poppy sale, Hostesses at Tuesday evenings meeting were Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle and Bruce Graham. - o - SHOWER HONOREE Mrs. Clinten Eden, (nee Cher- ann Bernau) was honored at a post - nuptial miscellaneous shower at toe Burt Methodist church Saturday evening, Sandra Ortman registered toe guests attending. Cherann, her mother, Mrs, August Bernau and her husband's mother, Mrs. Ben Eden, Wesley, were presented corsages by Mrs. Dale Dundas. Mrs. Roseoe MawdsleyJr. was emcee for a program that included a vocal duet by Norma and Mary Harms, accompanied by Nancy Becker, piano solo by Becky Brandow and a skit, 'The , Kitchen Courtship.' Cherann was assisted in opening her many gifts by her sister, Mrs. Roger BoykenandMrs. Robert Sloan. Mrs. Harvey Larson presided at the coffee service. Friends and relatives were hostesses. - o - APPRECIATION NIGHT Rov. and Mrs. Merlin Davies, Beth, owen and Mark, were guests of honor at an appreciation family night at the Burt Methodist church Wednesday evening. Members of the Inez and Mildred circles were in charge of a 6:30 pot luck supper and program that followed. Mrs. G. H. McMullen was program chairman and emceed. She was assisted by Mrs. John Spear, Mrs. Al Hinckley, and Lulu Hawcott. The program Included group singing led by Gwenyth Teeter, readings by Roberta Ackerman, Jane Barslou and Mrs. Dean Andrews; vocal solo by Linda Chipman, accompanied by Judy Spry; a piano solo by Joyce Spry, and a skit "You are, Or you Aren't" with about 12 children taking part. The Davies family was presented a cash gift, - o - WED RECENTLY A wedding of interest to many Burt residents was that of Miss Denlse Reutzel, Belgrade, Minn., to Charles Laage, Brooten, Minn. The Rev. Calvin Daniels performed the double ring ceremony at Belgrade May 10. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Reutzel, Belgrade, former Burt residents, is a graduate of the Belgrade High School and since graduation in 1964 has been employed in a Minneapolis Hospital, The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Laage, Brooten. The couple is at home in Brooten following a wedding trip, Area residents attending the wedding were the bride's brother and family and the Claire Reu- tzels, Burt, - o - MILK ROUTE SOLD Don Reimers has purchased the Borden milk route, owned and operated by Larry Holding for the past several years. Don took possession June 1. Don is well-known here having lived his entire life in Burt. His wife is the former Janice Madsen and they are the parents of five children. The Holdings will leave for Mankato within the next week, where both Mr. and Mrs. Holding will attend summer school at Mankato State. - o - Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Davis, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Garry Davis, Algona, spent Memorial Day weekend at the Lawrence Breckner home, Columbia, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wienerbe- came grandparents for the third time when a son, Randy James, arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ulses, Fenton, Randy arrived at the Estherville hospital May 31 weighing 6 Ibs., 11 oz. Fred Hilton, Howard Batt, Harley Hansen, Richard Burmeister, Paul Hasse and Howard Batt, Jr. spent several days this past week enjoying some fishing at Pine Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds were hosts to relatives at their home Sunday. Guests included Mrs. George Ackert, St. Paul, Minn., Mr. and Mrs, Herman Bussie, Fairmont, the August Rosenthals, Fairmont, the Wallace Godden family, Osage, the Werner Struecker family, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Robinson, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. JimFredrlckson and family, Rockwell, spent the Memorial weekend at the parental E. P. Fredrickson and Louis Riedel homes. Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf left Friday by plane from Omaha, Nebr. for a month's visit with her daughter and family, Mrs. Clara Shannon, San Francisco, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Officer, Pleasantvllle, spent Memorial Day weekend at the James Christensen home and with other Burt friends. Mr. Officer was superintendent at Burt for many years. SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones Mancil and Tom Hurlburt spent Saturday and Sunday at Lake Mille Lac, Minn. Mr. and Mrs.Harold Carr were Sunday guests at the Don Koons home at Estherville for the 4th birthday of their grandson, David. The other grandparents, the O.B. Koons of Lakota were guests also. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goracz- kowski and children of Omaha, Neb., Mrs. Victoria Goracz- kowski, Armstrong, and Sylvester Goraczkowski were Sunday supper guests at the Walter Gor- aczkowski home. Jim and family were weekend guests of the men's mother, Mrs. Victoria Goraczkowski. Mr. and Mrs. MaynardGreg- orson and family spent Sunday evening with her father, Fred L. McFarland at Humbolt. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr attended commencement at Ledyard Tuesday evening for her niece, Delores Krebsbach, and were coffee guests at the home of the Jack Krebsbachs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carr attended commencement at Estherville Thursday evening of last week for his nephew, Tom Carr, and were coffee guests at the home of the George Carrs. Sunday at the Maynard Jensen home were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Preston and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Soever and family of Estherville, Mrs. Joe Preston and Mrs. Nina Traub. Sunday at the William Wiskus home were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sanftner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer and family, Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Luvern Wiskus and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wiskus and family of Iowa Falls and Bill Wiskus of Chicago. Burdette Carlson of Ottawa, 111. was a guest at the home of the Dettmer Thompsons Sunday and Monday. His wife is a cousin of Dettmer. For Marjorie Lee Tobin at the home of her parents Monday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Russel Strayer and family, Ceylon, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Wilkens, Mrs, Richard Snyder, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Bahr and Marlys, Blue Earth, Minn., Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Smith and David, and Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Brones. Receptions following commencement were held at the L/ Social Hall of the Immanuel Lutheran Church for Petrea There- son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Thoreson, Paul Thoreson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thoreson, Vivian Thorson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thorson, Joyce Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Larson, John Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Martin, Danny Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson, Bonnie, 0* Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter O'Green, and John O'Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard O'Green. Mrs. Lillian Gabel spent a week with her brother and sister-in-law, the Emil Christo- phersons at Heron Lake, Minn., and her sister and brother-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Burton Stanley, Pequot Lakes, and near Duluth with the Christopher son's daughter, Mrs. Pete Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. Mervln Johnson and family attended commencement exercises at Humboldt Wednesday evening for her cousin, Pam Stow, daughter of the William Stow's. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett of Tltonka were Sunday visitors at the August Robison home, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roalson and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schueler and family were evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. August Robison visited at the Ronald Sabln home Thursday at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ennen of Buffalo Center were Sunday guests of the Walter Hans. Sunday evening at the Walter Hans home was her sister, Mrs. Mary Zoller of Lakota. At the Farland home for Reid after commencement Monday evening, guests included Mr. and Mrs. William Schmidt, Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Swlnk, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Nassen, all of Ceylon, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. LesterSch- midt and David, Sherburn, Minn., Mr, and Mrs. Paul Wiechmann and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ditsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Don Butterbaugh and Charles Madsen. At the Chris Feddersen home for Cathy Monday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Clausen, Virtus Feddersen, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Feddersen, all of Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Rankin, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. John Feddersen and Adrian Ber- brugge, all of Armstrong, Mrs. A. J. Kramersmeier and Jerry; Mr. and Mrs. Asgar Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tordoff, Estherville; Mr, and Mrs. Henry Fedderson, Dolllver; Beverly Berkland, Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Joe McConnell, Armstrong, Dick Johnson, Swea City, and an aunt, Mrs. Etta Hagge of Blooming Prairie, Minn., who Is spending a few days at the Feddersen home. She came for Cathy's graduation. Music Awards At Iowa State To Area Youths Music awards have been given to nine area students at Iowa State University for their participation In vocal and instrumental groups during the 196465 school year, Donald John Beck of Cylinder was one of 19 seniors receiving cardinal and gold blankets for their contribution to music at ISU. Bronze Vocal Award: Philip D. Egel, Ann Seger, and Vlcki Steil, Algona. Louise Sorenson, Rlngsted, Sidney C. Banwart, West Bend. Silver Vocal Award: Vernell Ludwig, Algona. Gold Vocal Award: Carmen Cook, Lakota, Bronze Instrumental Award: Trudy Huskamp, Ringsted. Social Club In Portland Holds Picnic PORTLAND - The Four Corner Social club held their annual family picnic June 6 In the Portland Community Hall. Twelve families attended: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs, Herman Harms and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bartlett, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Larsen and family, Levant Moore and girls and Leona Haase, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs, Merlin Van Hove and boys, Hazel Carroll, Mr' and Mrs. Rollo Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy and Mr. and Mrs, Verle Nelson and family, The next meeting will be July 6 In the home of Marian Spear. ITEM: If you are planning to buy potted petunias for transplanting, choose small rather than large plants. The larger plants will not be able to stand the shock of transplanting as well fts (he smaller plants. 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