The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1967 · Page 7
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12-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moine* Thursday, Aug. 17, 1967 L-Rock Pair Wed 50 Yrs. LONE ROCK - The 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends was celebrated Sunday August 13th at the Methodist Church in Fenton sponsored by their children, Richard Behrends, Forest City; Leslie Behrends, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Leta Behrends, Topeka, Kansas; and Virginia Fritzler, Oklahoma City, Okla. Master of ceremonies was Ronald Behrends who opened the program with a prayer and gave a life history of his grandparents. "Speaking of Golden Anniversaries" was given by Lucille Seegebarth. "Put on Your Old Gray Bonnet" was sung by Virginia Fritzler. "Golden Memories" by Lucille Seegebarth, "In the Garden" and "How Great Thou Art" were sung by Dale Eldridge, accompanied by Mrs. Warren Jones. The program was closed with devotions by Rev. Eldridge. Ruth Ann Fritzler was in charge of the guest book, Marion and Ardis Behrends cut the cake, Joan and Gloria Fritzler served punch and Virginia Fritzler and Leta Behrends poured coffee. Ladies of the Methodist church helped with the serving. Good Neighbors Help Injured Lone Rock Man LONE ROCK - Friends and neighbors have been helping the Willie Kruse family with hay and straw baling also with farm chores while Willie is recuperating from a tractor accident. He and his son were involved in the mishap and both were patients at St. Ann Hospital in Algona. Leon was dismissed last Monday but Mr. Kruse, who is still a patient there, will be placed in a cast today. Those helping with the field work, farm chores and bringing in food were: Everett Lockwood, Don, Dave and Fred Erickson, Gary Erdman, Eddie and Allan Luedtke, Carl and Larry Peter, Duane, Darwyn and ConleyMetz- ger, Wilmer Witchendahl, BUI Champion, Duke Metzger, Wayne Bellinger, Joe King, Arden Hovey, Rodney Schmidt, Doug Kading, Raymond Baker, Harold Frye, Jerry Hanson, Gary Huber, Jim Dodds, Howard Krause, Ervin Harms, Orville Kressin, Duane Lieb, Jack Quinn, Charles and Walt Dacken, Robert Heffner, Maurine Hovey, Edna Witchen- dahl, Charlotte Lockwood, Caroline Luedtke, Tony Metzger and Mabel Champion. Dawn Schultz of Minneapolis spent the weekend with her grandmother Mrs. Fred Schultz. She also visited her grandfather Fred Schultz who is a patient at Holy Family Hospital, Estlierville. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Baxter and grandson Dennis Dammami returned home after a week's visit with relatives and friends in Missouri and Illinois. The Frank Dreyers and David Dreyers spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Minneapolis where they saw a ball game and visited the zoo. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stembreg, Elmore, spent Thursday morning at the A, A. Kreuger home visiting her mother, Mrs. Hulda Schultz. The Howard Bierstedts left last week for California to visit Mrs. Bierstedfs relatives. The Curt Olson family of Goldfield were Sunday evening supper guests at the Erich Seegebarths. Rev. and Mrs. Kingman, and Alice Marie, Oak Park, HI., made a brief stop in Lone Rock at the A. A. Krueger and P.M. Christenson homes. Tony Hutchlnson of Estherville has been staying the past two weeks with his grandparents, the Lloyd Hutchinsons. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Weisbrod, Cheryl and Terry and Mrs. Clara Rath, Algona, returned Sunday from a week's vacation. They spent Monday to Thursday at Bella Vista Resort, Arkansas, and met the Merwyn Hurlburts from Dallas, Texas while there. On their way home, they visited at the Gottleib Elchenbergers home in Sabetha, Kansas and with Doris Hoist and family, Cedar Rapids. Donna Kracht, Diane Dochmer, Riceville, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eilenfeldt, Lake Mills, Wise., spent a recent weekend with the Leo Schmidts. The Eilenfeldts spent several days visiting with the Ben and Bob Schmidts and the Martin Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hutchinson spent last weekend at Brookings, So. Dak. helping Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hutchinson and family move back to Estherville. Patsy McCleish and Shirley Marlow spent the weekend at the home of their parents, the Sam McCleish's and the Harlan Marlow's. Both girls will be working at Ames. Patsy will be secretary in one of the departments at ISU and Shirley at the office of Thorp Finance Co. Burt Student Is Visitor In Communist Country LECTRIC & MOTOR SERVICE Expert service on oil re- winding and general re- pair of electric motors. RED'S MOTOR SHOP AT NEW LOCATION - BURT, IA. - PHONE 924-3341 GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 SUCCESSOR TO C. B. CHIPAAAN FUNERAL SERVICE C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONE BURT, RES. 924-3X31 BURT - Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Ulses, rural Burt, received an interesting letter from their son, Gene, who had been attending school at the University at Vienna, Austria, during the month of June, where he was studying German. The weekend of July 22-23, he and three college friends went to Budapest, Hungary. Following are some interesting excerpts from Gene's letter home: "Hungary seems much like Iowa, as the land is fairly flat and there were a lot of large fields of wheat and barley. It was harvest time and they were threshing with large machines. "Budapest is very old and appears to be a poor city. The streets are very old and there are not nearly as many cars here as there are in Italy and other countries. The people themselves are quite different and are not v.ery friendly. Some o! them speak a little German, however I don't think it is taught in the schools as the government tries as much as possible to do away with Western influences. Their language is quite a barrier for tourists as it is so different. Hungary is a communist country and one must undergo a lot of checking at the borders. Passports and visas are checked very thoroughly and there are guards with machine guns all along the border where you enter Hungary. THE B. A. TAYLOR ESTATE will offer for sale at PUBLIC AUCTION acre farm For the purpose of settling the B. A. Taylor Estate REAL ESTATE DESCRIPTION: North Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 33, Township 97, North, Range 29, West of the 5th P.M., Kossuth County, Iowa. 'PLACE OF SALE: The sale will take place on the premises which is located -1 mile South of the Burt corner on highway 169, then 1 mile West, V 4 mile South, on the west side of the road; or, 7 miles North of the junction of highway 169 and 18 in Algona, Iowa, then 1 mile West, and Y 4 mile South. TIME OF SALE: Tuesday, August 22, 1967, at 1:30 P.M. TERMS OF SALE: 10% down on date of sale. Balance in cash on or about March . 1, 1968. Seller will pay the 1967 general taxes payable in 1968. Abstract showing clear title and Executor's Deed will be furnished to the purchasers. POSSESSION: March 1, 1968. For further information see Nina Kracht, Lone Rock, Iowa, or Linnan, Lynch & Straub, Algona, Iowa, attorneys for estate. B. A. TAYLOR ESTATE By Roger F. Taylor, Executor Charlie Quinn, Auctioneer, Bancroft, Iowa (61-62 63) "I don't think Hungarian people can get permission to leave the country. Young married couples are forbidden to leave. The priest here in Vienna said he couldn't go there if he wanted to, even though Hungary is 75% Catholic. Young people aren't allowed to go to church and we noticed when we attended mass Sunday, the church was filled with older people. The priest was a very old man. It is hard to say just how much the church is restricted by the communists. "Budapest is a sort of pretty city as the Danube River flows through it and we saw many pretty parks. Our meals in the hotel were very good. We met a young Yugoslavian youth 18 years of age on the bus, who now lives in Milan, Italy. He and his family got permission to leave Yugoslavia eight years ago, but said his father was imprisoned • many times before they left, as he was a chemical engineer -, and the communists wanted to convert him to communism and when he refused he was thrown into prison. "My roommate in Vienna was from Syria and he, too, was studying German. He plans on entering "med" school this fall, but finds he cannot enter a medical school there as they wouldn't accept his diploma alter 12 years of school in Syria, so he plans to attend school in East Germany. "I saw in the German papers today that they were having terrible riots in Detroit and New York. They had a picture of a National Guardsman standing guard with gun and bayonet and it sure doesn't look good for the United States, especially to the Europeans as they don't understand the racial situation in the States. I think the paper probably played the story up big to down-grade the United States." On Aug. 3, Gene and his three colleagues left to tour Germany, Belgium, Holland, Sweden and Denmark. They will return to their studies in Rome in the fall. Gene is studying for the priesthood in Rome and has been in Italy since last fall. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Langfitt, Algona, are parents of their first child, a son, Mitchell Lewis, Aug. 10. Mrs. Langfitt is the former Pat Groen. Thursday evening guests at the Lawrence Doege home were Mrs. Pearl Beukema, Edgerton, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. AdamEzar- ski and daughter, Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal and family, Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adams, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Doege and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Lillian Cook, Mingo, la. Sunday guests at the Dean Andrews home were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stevens, Shawn and Scott, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mertz, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Andrews, Mankato. Thursday evening dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews were Lt. and Mrs. Lynn Struthers, Lisa and Kendra, San Diego, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers and Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Struthers, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Struthers and family Doan. Mrs. Julius Stecker and children, Cherokee, spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Helen Weiske. K "©* We see in the paper where some of the Iboys pay $50 for a haircut in New York. (Out here, we get three innings of baseball, a shot of LSD (out here it's really B.S.) 'all for $1.25... whether you're a hippie or la baldie! MONARCH-TURKEY, BEEF, CHICKEN for... WILSON'S ALL MEAT WIENERS YOUNG, TENDER FRYERS each MONARCH WESTERN STYLE FRENCH DRESSING FRESH CRISP LETTUCE head MONARCH PEAS MONARCH APPLE SAUCE 4 large jars JIFFY SMOOTH OR CHUNK STYLE PEANUT BUTTER ALL FLAVORS JELL-O box MONARCH SALTINE Crackers lib. box VOGEL'S CARDINAL STORE WE GIVE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS BURT, IOWA WE GIVE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS

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