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Burt The Monitor Lone Rock Mrs. Ruby HlneVley, New» Published By fh* Upper DM Molnei Publishing Co., Algona, Iowa Dennis Waller, Editor Farewell At Lone Rock For Texas-Bound Folks LONE ROCK - The Hulburt family had a dinner on Sunday in honor of Merwyn Hulburt who is leaving on Saturday Sept. 10 for Grapevine, Texas, where he and his family will make their home. Mr. Hulburt, who will be working with an airline there, will leave ahead of his family who are staying on their farm north of Lone Rock until around Nov. 1. Mr. Hulburt who has lived all his life in Lone Rock is married and has 4 children. He has farmed in the Lone Rock area for approxiately 10 years. Those attending the family dinner held at the Legion hall were: Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Hulburt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Brace and family, Mr. Bill Rath, Mrs. Clara Rath of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rath and family, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weisbrod and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegner, of Swea City and family, Mr. Ralph Hulburt Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Heifner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Hulburt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schroeder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser, Mrs. Lawrence Rath, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long and Mary Hulburt of Minneapolis and Don Yager of Fenton. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hulburt entertained Sunday evening a be- lated fifth birthday party for their daughter Audrey. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mittag and family of Jefferson, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kinee and family of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harm s of Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf and family of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Newbrough of Oak Park, HI., visited at the home of Mr. Newbroughs parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough over last week-end. The Newbroughs will visit the Black Hills, S. D. and Minneapolis, Minn., before returning to Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hulburt of Fenton entertained Sunday evening in honor of Merwyn Hulburt several couples. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hulburt of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hulburt who is recently home from Germany, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maas. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behrends of Clifton, fll, were visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends last week Herman and John Behrends are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Behrends and boys of Forest City, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Behrends of Audubon, Iowa were supper guests Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends. The Lone Rock Presbyterian He can help you plan a secure future : 'i If you're looking ahead to retirement call The Man from Equitable. He'll show you how an Equitable annuity can :p give you a regular income every month — without fail —for as long as you live. ,JtVa-safe, worry-free investment with a /' ^flv sufetahtial portion of the "income ex-* : empt from Federal Income Tax. Find out why more people have come to Equitable for annuities than to any other company. Call The Man from Equitable. Dale W. Lock wood Burt - Phone 924-3219 THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES Home Office: 1285 Avenue of the Americas, New York 19, N. Y. SPECIALS! . can 79c Spkgs. $1 WEEKEND OF SEPT. 8, 9, 10 Lustre Creme HAIR SPRAY Flavor Kist COOKIES . . Tendersweet KIDNEY BEANS . Kraft's VELVEETA CHEESE Kraft's Salad or Horseradish MUSTARD . . QUAKER OATS . Nestles CHOCOLATE CHIPS 2 pkgs. 39c Delicious Chubs SUMMER SAUSAGE . Ib. 69c Hershey's CHOCOLATE SYRUP 2 cans 39c Swansdown Angelfood CAKE MIX . PUFF'S TISSUE Gooch's NOODLES . LETTUCE . . BANANAS . Butt'r Topp DONUTS . . Bernie's Market PHONE 924-361 4 BURT _ _ WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS . 1 Ib. 59c 2 — 15c 2 boxes 49c . . box 39c 3 boxes 69c . pkg. 29c . 2for25c . . Ib. 10c . doz. 32c church will hold its flrst meeting of their new communicants class on Saturday Sept. 17. The class this year will include those who are in the eight grade. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schroeder of Lone Rock entertained Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bellinger, Marilyn and Willis, and Diane Vaske of Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. Henery Schroeder last week for dinner in honor of Willis Bollinger who was home on leave from Massachusetts. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf and daughters Kathy and Janet of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hurlburt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf and family of Algona were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kinne of Lu- Verne this week to celebrate the second birthday of Julie Ann Kinne, a grandaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Schadendorf Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Weber of Lone Rock went to Mitchell, S. Dakota last weekend to the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. Weber's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weber, David Weber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Weber, left Sunday by plane from Minneapolis for Calif. He will be visiting Susan Less of Chowchilla, Calif. Miss Less and Mr. Weber are both medical students at the University of Iowa at Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rath of Lone Rock and family spent last weekend in Minneapolis. While there they visited St. Paul Bible College and the home of the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyer, former pastor of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. Sunday, the Rath family went to Blue Earth where they attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eichenberger. Mr. Eichenberger is an uncle of Mr. Rath. Mrs. Clinton LaBar of Austin, Minn, is spending a few days in Lone Rock with her sister, Mrs. Georgia Marlow. While in Lone Rock she is visiting other relatives and friends and Sunday will go to tfolliver to spend some time with her sisters there, Mrs. Vic Whalen and Mrs. Ed Stow. Mrs. A. A. Krueger entertained Tuesday afternoon at her home. Those present were Mrs.Clinton LaBar of Austin, Minn., Mrs. Georgia Marlow, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Maude Blanchard and Mrs. George Kissner. Dr. Hamstreet Of Burt A 50 Yr. Mason BURT - Dr. W. F. Hamstreet, Brownsville, Tex., former Burt resident, has attained the unique distinction of 50 years of membership in the Masonic fraternity and was an honored guest of Kossuth Lodge, Burt, on Thursday evening. Hamstreet became a member of the order at Clear Lake in December of 1915, and for the past five decades has continued to be a staunch supporter of the ideals and principles of Freemasonry. Dr. Hamstreet practiced medicine in Kossuth county for almost 45 years prior to his retiring and moving to Burt about sixteen years ago. He and his wife, Jaunita, moved to Brownsville about 12 years ago. Each summer they return to Burt and set up housekeeping in an apartment. He has a son, Watson, who lives at Grand Rapids, Mich., and a daughter, Twyla, Mrs. Robert A. Kerr, Tuxedo Park, New York. Dr. Hamstreet was presented a gold 50-year pin and a certificate from members of Kossuth Lodge at their September meeting on Thursday evening, Making the presentation was Worshipful Master Earl Stott. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS Burt Naval Officer Is Bridegroom Mrs. Margie McGovern, Brunswick, Georgia, announces the marriage of her daughter, Ginger, to Ensign Jay L. Hoppus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hoppus, Burt. The marriage ceremony was performed at the Lakeside Methodist church on Aug. 28. The Rev. Ralph S. Bailey, Jr. officiated. The bride is a graduate of the Darian, Ga. High School, Perry Business College and attended the University of Georgia. Ensign Hoppus is a graduate of Burt High School and Luther College, Decorah. He is presently serving in the U. S. Naval Air Force. He has been stationed at the N. A. S., Pensacola, Fla., andN. A.S.,Glynco, Georgia. Following a short visit with his parents, sister Diane and grandmother, Mrs. Cora 0- Keefe, the new bride and groom will be at home in Denver, Colo., where Ensign Hoppus will attend the Air Intelligence School at Lowry Air Base for the next eight months. - o - Forty-five relatives and friends attended a "get-acquainted" party for DeAnna Marie Furst at Char Habeger's home on Saturday afternoon and evening. DeAnna is the new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Furst of Humboldt. Fern Furst and Char Habeger were presented beautiful corsages. All enjoyed a nice program and De Anna received many beautiful and useful gifts. Lunch was served with Shirley Habeger serving punch and Char Habeger .coffee. Hostesses were Ma,ry Jean Carlson, Priscilla Peck, Lydia Manus and Shirley Habeger. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Stecker and two children, Eagle Grove, were Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs. Helen Weiske. Mrs. Kate Groen and Patt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Devine and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dixon, Tony and Sandy, and Jimmy Doege attended a Groen family reunion at the Swea City park on Sunday. Also among others attending were the John Groen family and the Jack Gettmans of Algona. Members of the Jolly Ten club enjoyed a corn roast at the home of Char Habeger on Monday. All members of the club were present with the exception of Mavis Johnson, who hasn't been feeling too well. Shirley and Lori Habeger were guests. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Cletus Zwiefel were Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Zwiefel and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Zwiefel and boys. The dinner was in honor of Robert Zwiefel's 14th birthday anniversary. Cletus Zwiefel, accompanied by Don Rhinehart, John Olson and Harold Ter Beck, all of Woden, enjoyed four days of fishing the past week at the Lake of the Woods, northern Minnesota. Mrs. Char Habeger and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Habeger and family of Lone Rock spent Sunday at the Richard Furst home at Humboidt. They went to becom e acquainted with the new 6 Ib. adopted daughter, De Anna Marie, who arrived on Aug. 26, from the Hillcrest Children's Services, Dubuque, to make her home with the Fursts. Mrs. Furst is the former Fern Habeger, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. AlHinckleywere Wednesday supper and evening guests at the Wm. Brandt home, Wells, Minn., where they joined friends to help Mr. Brandt observe his birthday anniversary. Mennett Trunkhill went to Minneapolis on Friday where he met his wife at the home of her sister. Mrs. Trunkhill had GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 or C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONE BURT, RES. 924-3431 C. B. CHIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE accompanied her sister and husband on a month's trip to California. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Mabel Campney and her aunt, Mrs. Alta Froh, spent the past ten days at the Jack Busche r home at Billings, Mont. The group also spent some time in !the Yellow- stones. Mrs. Campney remained at the home other daughter, Mrs. Buscher for an extended visit. Mrs. LeRoy Davis entertained a group of ladies at her home on Thursday evening. Mrs. Harlem Lacy arrived home on Saturday from the Dickinson County Memorial hospital, where she had been a patient for ten days following major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Reutzel, "Shorty" and Darwin, Belgrade, Minn., spent the weekend with their son and family, the Clair Reutzels. Otto remained for a week's visit with his son. Duane Willrett, who is employed with Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. at Rochester, Minn., spent the weekend with his parents, the Rudy Willretts. Burt Gridders Open In Home Game Friday BURT - The football season for the Burt Community School begins on Friday evening, Sept, 9, with a home game. The 1966 football schedule is as follows: Sept. 9 - Meservey-Thornton, here. Sept. 16 - Armstrong, there. Sept. 23 - Swea City, here. Sept. 30-Titonka, there. Oct. 7 - Lincoln-Central, there. Oct. 14 - Thompson, here. Oct. 21 - Woden-Crystal Lake, there. Oct. 28-.Sentral-Fenton, here. Richard.Strouse is head football coach and Waldo Kruse Is assistant. Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller were Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Hamstreet, Brownsville, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Carlson, Carol and Norman arrived home on Wednesday after a week's vacation in northern Minnesota. At Brainerd they visited at the Bob Carlson home. They also visited with the Ed Wolfs at Pine River. The Wolfs were former Burt residents. Mr. and Mrs. Ellwyn Stenzel, Debbie and Tammy and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus enjoyed a week of fishing at Rush Lake in northern Minnesota. Final rites were held at 2 p. m. on Monday at Storm Lake for Mrs. J. E. Clifton. Mrs. Clifton was the wife of the late Rev. J. E. Clifton who served the Burt Methodist church from 1929-1933. She had resided at the Methodist Home at Storm Lake. Gwenyth Teeter, R. N., who is employed at the Schotz Memorial hospital, Waterloo, spent the Labor Day weekend with her parents, the Glenn Teeters. Pat Schwietert, student nurse, taking her psychiatric training at the Independence State hospital, spent the weekend at the parental Merle Schwietert home. Mrs. Donald Hrycay, Milwaukee, Wise., spent from Tuesday to Saturday with her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Harlem Lacy. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Miller, Valarie and TImmy, Titonka, were Sunday dinner guests at the parental J. L. Miller home. Mrs. Viola McDonald was a Sunday dinner guest at Die M Hincklays. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Hieter spent Sunday afternoon with his sister, Mrs. Gertrude Moore. Perry Steward, Muscatine, and a friend, Shirley Ryan, Williamsburg, spent the Labor Day weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward. Patt Groen, who is employed at Friendship Haven, Ft. Dodge, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Kate Groen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilton spent the weekend with Gerald, who was hospitalized at Des Moines. Gerald had surgery for acute appendicitis on Thursday. They also visited their daughter and family, the James Traugers, Des Moines. Greg Bauer, Tacoma, left Tuesday morning for his home after spending the past ten days with his grandmother, Mrs. Helen Weiske. He will visit witli paternal relatives at Rapid City, S. D., enroute to Tacoma. Greg is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bauer, Tacoma. Mrs. Bauer is Thursday, September 8, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper DM MolnM-7 the former Luella Weiske. Mrs. Nettie Lavrenz anived home on Monday evening after spending a week with her son and family, the Raymond Lav- renzs at Stratford, la. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bunkofske and family, Titonka, were afternoon and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sill and his mother, Mrs. Bunkofske. LECTRIC & MOTOR SERVICE Expert service on oil re- winding and general re- pair of electric motors. RED'S MOTOR SHOP Burt, Iowa Phone 924-3413 i > * i j i j > > > i > i i ) ) > > i i ) j ) TREAT YOUR FAMILY SUNDAY DINNER totCW.INC. ' , > i i > i ) i j j i i i ) > ) i > ^CUNNINGHAM'S; CAFE BURT, IOWA Kossuth County's Friendliest Cafe ! Iliafflll SALE continues with BUTTERICK PATTERNS DRY GOODS AND VARIETY MR. FARMER: WE CAN HELP! Don't let opportun ity slip through your fingers. Let us help give you the financial assist you need, for any worthwhile purpose. Full loan services "from the ground up" . . . low interest rates! Burt Savings Bank Member F.D.I.C mo REPAIRS GET TIRE ALIGNMENT Enjoy easier driving; let us align the front- end by correcting caster, ramber ond toe-in; in fart, we'll check all t 1- e parts. Dilvo in today. Reutzel's Garage Phone 924-3315 Burt TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR INVESTMENT Put your new investment to use in the way of this big 1500 bushels* per-hour grain drier. Make arrangements for picking, shelling, drying and storing your crops. Check your Co-op Elevator for details. It is also to your advantage to position your beans with us un* der warehouse receipt. Act now on your bean storage. Make us your fall fertilizer headquarters. BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR Ronald Jurgens, Mgr, BURL IA. Phone 924*3241

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