Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1967 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1967
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AIM Mint Llwrnwr* — Alan K Adam*, Liver more, has te cepted an appointment at the Uvermore State Bank effect ive Saturday, July 1. Beside! doing general bank work, he will be ah agent for Ameri <*n Mutual Life Insurance Company of Iowa. A '19011 graduate of Twin River*' high school at Bode, he served six months of active 'dirty with the National THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1967 Algon* (iowi) Advance—7 Tribune Engaged Livermore — Mr. and Mrs. Guard at Fort Leonard Wood, j oe Ehrhardt, Livermore, an Mo., and recently completed nounce the engagement of his six years of service obli- their daughter, Celeste Marie, gatiofl with the National to Daniel E. Clausen, son of Guard .battalion stationed at rj r . and Mrs, W. G. Clausen, Humboldt. He was discharged as a sergeant. The son of Mrs. Beulah Adams and the late Carroll Adams iof Ottosen, he attend- Manson. The wedding is planned for Sept. 2 at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Livermore. 1967 Miss Ehrhardt is a ed the Fort, Dodge Commun- graduate of Twin Rivers high ity College for one year and, school and is now employed for the past year and a half, a t Woolworth's in Fort has been a career underwriter for. Humboldt County Farm Bureau Insurance Services §t. Edmund high school in covering .seven' townships in Fort Dodge is attending the Dodge. Mr. Clausen, a graduate of the county. Fort Dodge Community Col- Priqr^to working with the i e g e and is presently employ Farm Bureau, Adams was em- e( j by the Will Construction ployed by the Agrico Chemi- Co. of Fort Dodge, cal Company Division of Con tinental Oil Company of Hum boldt.f He married the former Miss Mard^ll Hauck. daughter of Mr. aid Mrs. Lawrence Hauck of Humboldt, during August 1963, fat the Humboldt Methodist Church; The couple have one daughter, Virginia. They are -members of the Liven nore; Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doldor and 2 sons have returned home after spending the past two weeks with his mother due to the serious illness and death of his father, Harold Dolder. • Mrs. Harold Roothler entertained the Neighborhood Card club at her home Fri Sailor from LuVorm back from Vietnam LuVorno — Machinist Mate Third Class Roger A. Gregory, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gregory of route two, LuVerne, has returned to Long Beach, Cailf., as a crew member aboard the amphibious assault ship, USS Princeton after a five months tour of duty in the western Pacific. While in Southeast Asia the Princeton was flagship for the Seventh Fleets' Amphibious Ready Group, and spent the majority of her time in the coastal waters of Viet Nam. During this time the Princeton was engaged in four major amphibious assaults, including the highly successful campaigns at Hills 881-861, northwest of Khe Sanh, Viet Nam. Beginning with "Operation Beacon Hill" at Gio Link and concluding with "Operation Hickory" near the demilitarized zone, the Princeton has been in almost continuous action since departing Long Beach on January 30 of this year. To man LuVerne's ambulance Doug and Kelly, of Sanborn visited with Mrs. Meyer at the hospital and with her father at LuVerne on Wednesday On Thursday Mrs. Lillian Selby, Mrs. Lena Hinz, and Mrs. Elsie Klawitter accompanied Mrs. Charles Brown to the hospital to visit Mrs. Meyer. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Meyer were her hus- Oard «l Thank! CARD OF THANKS—We wish to extend our grateful ap- .... preciation to all friends and band, Ernest, Lester Hinz and neighbors who so thoughtful- 'Mrs. Charles Hinz. Mrs. Mey- i y remembered Emma with er, who has been in ill health cards, visits and gifts during for some time was taken to her illness and passing at the Britt hospital for medical Lutheran Hospital in Fort AT LEAST one Kossuth county town is doing something about the ambulance situation.^ At LuVerne, the above pictured men have completed their standard and advanced first aid courses and have been instructed in ambulance operating procedure and oxygen administration. Allen Blake was the instructor of the courses. The men'are pictured above, left to right front row Vernon Hanselman, Otto Lawson, William Wickett, Ben Hefty; back row, Jim Mailory, Myron Hinz, Everett Schipull, Dwight Savage, LeRoy Weber, Ed Elbert, Jerry Stille and Allen Blake. Seven men from Corwith also took the instructions with the LuVerne group. A telephone alert system is being worked out and should be completed by July 10. The Town of LuVerne has purchased an ambulance unit from the Blake Funeral Home and this ambulance and the men pictured will comprise an emergency rescue service. day afternoon. A dessert where" • they are counselors lunch was served at 2 o'clock . .ii, <i.L......„_. „„..,. „., and at Mrds MrSt Henry Groh received high prize, Mrs. Allan Foth low and Mrs. Don Kiley travel. The club for tl e Methodist Youth Pel- lowsh p ,pf .the church. NEW SON Mr! and Mrs. John Wickre of Hiimboldt became the parents 'offa boy, weight 5 IDS. 4 ozsl at .the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge Saturday, June 24. He <has been named Jarrod Paul and is their first child.! Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wickre of Livermore. NEW OWNERS The "Trade-in-Post" is now under the management of Mrs. Daryi ,•; Fredericks ;ani •Mrs. Virgi!:..Sjsith. jMrs. B; Aure of Bode: 'and' Mr^flti old ;Wplf"!of-LuVerne, foriri er partners with Mrs. Frederick were unable to continue in the business due to other interests. ... Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gronbach and Cindy and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson and 4 sons of Humboldt spent the weekend at the lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Miller have returned after spending a couple of weeks at Cass Lake, Minn. Mrs. Robert Algoe entertained the Deal and Chat Bridge club at the Keith Logue home 1 Thursday afternoon. A dessert lunch was served and atJ cards, Mrs. James BormariQ 1 ' won high prize decided hot to have their usual 4th of July picnic this year which always includes their husbands, because of field work. Paul Knopf, ExiuVerne, AT SHORT COURSE At Iowa State University, 166 school lunch employees from school districts throughout the state attended the recent annual School Lunch Short Course I. The short course is jointly sponsored and directed by the institution management department, headed by Dr. Marj&rie MoKinley, and the Iowa School Lunch sections of the Department of Public Health Instruction, Des Moines,'headed by E. E. Cowan. Lecture and laboratory topics dealing IIMIIIIUIIIMIIIHIIHMIMmilMHIMIIIIIMHIMimilHIHMtmttmNNIHMMM her trip by her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Wagner and Johnnie of Humboldt. CORRECTION A correction is in order from last weeks paper concerning the election of of^ ficers of the American Legion Ernest Merkle Post No. 664 on June 20. The following members were elected for the 1967-68 year. Commander, Bert DeNio; VieeJComdir., H(IMIl.l««IHl«BI«IIIIIHII.IMIIIIIIIlmlMlllllHlimlllMI«MHIIIMIH«IM»MllHll.nHHIM IIIIHUIII ImlllllMMM in the passed away at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge after a years illness with cancer. She was 53 years old. The Nelsons and Goetschs have been close friends for over 30 years. LEAVE FOR COLLEGE Denny Legler, son of the Ray Leglers left Monday by plane from Mason City for Moline, Illinois where he will meet a friend and from home of his sister, Mrs. Sadie Wagner. Alden Eggelston of Cedar Rapids was a Saturday guest, in the home of his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Eggelston. On Sunday Bob Chambers of Corwith was a visitor in the home of Mrs. Eggelston. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Legler and sons enjoyed an outing at Little Wall Lake at Jewell on Sunday. They were met there by Mr. and Mrs. Earl treatment. Mrs. Tillie Stoddard waf hostess to her -Five Hundred Card Club last week. Mrs. • Lucille Smith won high. Mrs. Anna Hanselman, low. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Nora Gronbach was hostess to her Canasta Club Monday afternoon. High was won by Clara McClellan, low by Fern Neal. Lund.h was served by Mrs. Gronbach. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Obcrhelman and son Ronald of Renwick were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Voss. Mrs. John Voss attended a 4-H leaders workshop held at the Extension Office in Algona on Friday. Dawn Lindebak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lindcbak of LuVcrnc has been named to the Dean's List at the University of Northern Iowa at Cedar Falls for the 2nd semester. Rita Patterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson and Dennis Awe, on of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Awe attended orientation meetings on the Iowa State University campus last week. Rita and Dennis are 1967 graduates of LuVerne Community School. Howard Curry of Bode formerly of LuVerne is a medical patient at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. Curry was taken to the hospital after complaining of severe chest pains Saturday morning. At this time he is allowed no visitors. Dodge. The family of Emma Marty. HOW WILL YOU HANDLE ALL OF THOSE STALKS? BRADY 4 ROW CHOPPER The best way to handle the tangled mass of tough, heavy hybrid stalks is a Brady flail shredder. It shreds your stalks, makes plowing easier, faster, better . . . knocks out most of your corn borers, too. You can even pull a tandem disc behind a Brady and be ready for minimum tillage. It's a great labor-saver . . . and excellent for clipping pastures, and idle acres. Two, three, and four-row available. See them today at CARROLL GARAGE LuVerne, Iowa LuVerne d — Funeral services were held for Paul Knopf, 70, of Dayton, Iowa, formerly of LuVerne at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Dayton at 1:30 p.m. Monday, July 3. Mr. Knopf passed away shortly after noon on Thursday, June 29 at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge following a long illness. Burial was in the Dayton cemetery with the Carlson Funeral Home in included pest control, personal health, sanitation, work methods, poultry products, salads, and fire safety. Cer- • tificaxes were awarded for satisfactory attendance and participation. Mrs. Bernadell Harmon of LuWerne, lunch room employee at LuVerne Community school attended the course at ISU. Dr. R. D. Brainard; Finance officer, Ed Lindebak; and Sgt-at-arms. Richard <Bristow. Installation of new officers will be July 18. Gall * udet is l , he for the deaf in the can Legion. Born in Germany, Mr. Knopf came with his parents to the Renwick-LuVerne area when he was five years old. In 1932 he married Thelma ,, „ . . Hewitt in LuVerne. In 1045, Mrs. AliLenertz second high they moved to the Dayton-Leand Mrs. Edwin Ver Steeg high area where they fanned. Four years ago they retired and moved into Dayton. During World War 1, he served with the U. S. Army. Surviving are his wife, his BACK FROM ILLINOIS Mrs. Sadie Wagner has returned home after visiting in Illinois with her daughters and families. In Woodbine, Illinois Mrs. Wagner visited with her daughter, Bernice, charge of arrangements, with and family, Mr. and Mrs. Del- military rites'by the Ameri- mer Fisher and son. From Woodbine she left for Rockford, Illinois to visit in the home of her daughter, Marjorie and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eastman. In Geneseo, Illinois, Mrs. Wagner was a guest of her daughter, COMPLETES COURSE Army private Dennis Sill, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Sill, route 1, Lu- Verne, completed a. vehicle mechanic course at Fort Leonard Mrs.' es spent the Fourth of weekend in Ames with their son and faimly, Mr. and Mrs., c Doug Holmes and Jeff. ' ; Supper guest* in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Duren Watts and Duren Lynn on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ben o..,. repair combustion engines and wheeled chasis components. Dodge, and aunt, Mrs. Mae Moore of California. Mrs. Ernest Meyer, medical ..patient at-the Hancock • Me-; mortal Hospital < at -Britt 1 has had many visitors the past week. On Wednesday Mr. and. Mrs. Ed Klawitter of Bloom- .ington, Illinois visited with .', Mrs. Meyer at the hospital. , Mrs. Klawitter, the former Elsie Hinz, is a sister of Mrs. Meyer. Mrs. Charles Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mjrs. Meyer and children, Lynn, . R. D. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Saturdays ANSWER, CALL L. J. Elberts. Mrs, Elbert is the aunt of Mrs. Goetsch. The low. Recent visitors in the home of Mrs. Jessamine Miller were her daughter, . Mrs. Harl Grimer of Renwick and Mrs. Grimer'$ sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank iGibbs of Honolulu, Hawaii. Dorothy and family, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Johns. Mrs. Wagner was accompanied on and transmission systems. His wife, Beverly, lives in Whittemore. ATTEND FUNERAL Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch attended the funeral of Mrs. Oscar Nelson at the Pocahontas Methodist church on Tuesday. Mrs. Nelson a three months tour of East Asia and the Holy Land. Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch spent the Fourth of July weekend at West Okoboji Lake with their daughter Sonja and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Putnam and Paul. Rhynoldt Ristau of Des Moines was a Monday guest parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Knopf, Algona; five daughters and three sons, Mrs. Ger- Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith aid Linn, Paton; Mrs. LeRoy and Rita,.left Monday for Peterson and Mrs. LeRoy of at 12:15a.m.IPS service man Frank Smith helped Mrs. Green change a flat tire Chicago, where they will attend thg .Lions International convention which is also cpmmeniorating the 50th anniversary of the Lions. ChirlM Howard and his housekeeper, Mrs. Goohen- Jobe of Fort Dodge; Mrs. Thomas Fortune, Lehigh; Miss Linda Knopf, Gene, Gary and Richard, all of Dayton; 13 grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Ella Crosby, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Henry Zwiefel, our have gone to Pine River, Algona; and Mrs. Anna Dimm- Minn. where they will spend ler, Kasson, Minn., and a brother, George of Clear Lake. Mr. Knopf was a member of Trinity Church and the Irvington iy MM McLe*n a few weeks in the Howard cabin, Mrs. Dick Schults accompanied by Mrs, Dale Joiner American Legion, took Dennis Schultz to Iowa City Monday where he had the splints removed from his nose thai had been operated oh the previous week. Edward Melavin and daughter, Mary, Bernard (Sain) Melavin: and Connie Christiansen of Chicago came on Friday and visited until. Tuesday, in the home of their sister, Mrs. Lucille Gronbach. Connie visited in her home, the Marvin Lamb home. Supper futsts in the Dili Joiner.home one evening last week were Mr. and Mrs. Don Christiansen and children of Humboldt, brother of Mfs. Joiner. Mr, «nd Mrs. Paul Bruce of Red Qjak visited from Monday Until Thursday in the Ernest kogue home. The two ladies are sisters. On Wednesday |hey all went to Mason City and spent the day in the Floyd Nickel home. Mr*. Dick Schult? accompanied them. The Alan Lages and Mrs, Blanche Lage drove to Waterloo Friday evening to visit the Ralph Nelsons. Sunday they and the Nelsons went boating on the Mississippi in the litter's boat. They report many were fishing, but were not having much luck because of the high water. The Lages returned home Sunday Dwight Sabin, who had been a patient at Veteran's hospital, Pes Moines, for sev- surgery, called Ms mother, Mrs. Hawl Sabin, to report that he is now at home. Dwight will be returning to the hospital periodically for examination and treatment. It was dark. Frank had been out on a service call and svas in a hurry. But Mr>. Green was in trouble. So he stopped. IPS people are like that. They like to help others. The fact is that day in and day out. their job is serving others. It becomes second nature, and a habit that's h.ird ui break. Regardless of the time of day or niuhl. Think about it next time you sec an II'S truck on the road. Those trucks, and the men that drive them, are one more rea-.cn we say: "Service is our name"'. SERVICE IS OUR THE FARM! PLAY IT COOL! CARELESSNESS CAUSES INJURY Keep your wits about you as you work! Finish each job, leaving no loose ends. And, keep farm equipment operating in top form. If equipment is outdated, consult us now for a low-cost Form Machinery Loan! FARM SAFETY FIRST. LAST. - THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED BY THESE LUVERNE CROP SERVICE PUBLIC SPIRITED LUVERNE MERCHANTS CORNER STORE HUFF'S CAFE LAWSON HARDWARE LU VERNE BUILDING CO, LU VERNE CLINIC LU VERNE LANES VILLAGE PUMP SANFORD Plumbing & Heating BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES LU VERNE OFFICE OF THE SECURITY STATE BANK LU VERNE CO-OP. ELEVATOR PATTERSON ELECTRIC TRAUGER'S JACK SPRAT ZENTNER LIVESTOCK LU VERNE INSURANCE Agenc

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