The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1965 · Page 11
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t.Md«y, », „„.,„,,,,„ „,, „,,„,,, Fred Hilton New President Of Burt Lions BURT - Fred Hilton was installed as president of the Burt Lions club at it's Guest Night meeting June 21. Mr. Hilton, member of the high school faculty, has been very active in the club since coming to Burt in 1959. He has held various offices in the club. Other officers installed were Darrell Davies, 2nd vice president; Ken Sarchet, 3rd vice; Wallace Hawcott - secretary- treas.; Rev. Bruce Calbreath, Lion tamer; and F. L. Pratt, director. Elected, but not present for Installation were Rev. Wm. Scheer, 1st vice president; Floyd Sill, tail twister; and Michael Scott - Director. Russell Patterson, outgoing president, presided at the installation. In other business conducted, members voted to place a sign at the intersection of the blacktop going east of Burt and blacktop no. 226, directing people to Burt. The group also voted to send $50 to the Iowa Sight Conservation Fund. H. E. Rachut Sr. and O. H. Graham were appointed by President Patterson to audit the club's books, closing the year's activities. There were 40 members and guests present. Guests saw a film on highway safety, shown by Charles Spry. G. H. McMullen was in charge of the program. Auxiliary members preparing and serving dinner were Mesdames O. H. Graham, W. W. Boettcher, James Christensen and Celia Scott. They were assisted by LeAnn Wermers and Judy Spry. - o Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gramenz, Silvis, HI., are visiting at the Walter Steward and Howard Salisbury homes at Burt. Mr. Gramenz and Mrs. Steward are brother and sister and Mrs. Gramenz is a sister of Mr. Salisbury. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Soderberg arrived home Sunday from a 2- week vacation, which took them as far as Bridgeton, Conn. The Soderbergs drove to Colesburg, la. the first day where they visited relatives, going from there to Geneva, HI. where they visited the former's sister and family, Mrs. Lawrence Abrahamson and family. Leaving their car at Geneva they boarded a plane at Chicago for Philadelphia, where they were met by his nephew and family, the Jerome Sod- erbergs, and accompanied them to their home at Bridgeton, Conn. On their way home they visited relatives at McGregor and were guests of the Rev. Fred Sameks at Floyd Sunday. Mr. ana Mrs. Earl Young ana family, Baldwin Park, Cal. are spending two to three •weeks at the parental Russell Shipler home, Mrs. 'Shipler plans to accompany them back to California at the end of their visit and will visit at the home of her daughter and family, the Gary Naumans at Oakland. While there she will help, the Naumans move into a new home, Mr. and Mrs. Al Hlnckley will leave Wednesday for Winchester, Tenn, where they will attend the wedding of their son, Larry, and Barbara King. Also attending from here will be the Bill Batts and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Batt, also Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schatz, Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Dow Thomsen and MicheUe, Iowa City, and Duane Hinckley, Des Moiaes. Mrs. Lester Lovstad, Stewartville, Minn., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E, -R. Woltz and attended the Woltz-Crail wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Reimers and family returned to their home at Brigham City, Utah the end of the week after visiting the past two weeks with his mother, Mrs. Anne Reimers and with other relatives and friends. Mrs. Elk Meyer was pleasantly surprised when her 8th grade teacher, Mrs. Alice Denker, Lester, Iowa, dropped in for a surprise visit. The two had not seen each other for many years and needless to say, Mrs. Meyer did not recognize her former teacher, who at first pretended to be a magazine saleslady. Patricia Schwietert returned to her duties as a student nurse at Iowa Methodist hospital, Des- Moines, after a 2 week vacation with her parents, the Merle Sch- wieterts. Mrs. Viola McDonald and Jay Hoppus left the end of the week for the Boy Scout camp at Lake Okoboji where both will be employed during the summer. Many from here attended final rites for Mrs. Glaus Wibben at Ttionka Monday. Mrs. Wibben was the mother of Mrs. Rudy Willrett, Burt. Mrs. Lauretta Waltman arrived home Tuesday evening after visiting at the Glee Bullock home, Milton, la. While at Milton she helped her sister and husband observe their silver wedding anniversary. Fenton Forwards The Fenton Forwards met June 14 with Rita Luedtke. We decided to have a work shop July 12. The achievement show for the club will be July 28. Demonstrations were given by Diana Mills, Barbara Baxter, and Judy Wolter. Mrs. Kruse was visiting mother. Lunch was served by the hostess. GRAIN BIN HEADQUARTERS NEED MORE GRAIN STORAGE? 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