Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 4
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DebMe £haudo»n «f Humboldt sf>errt Us* week ifl the home of her grandparents, the Buffell Smiths. Mrs. Julio* t*ck*t ***** tained her card club Tuesday afternoon at her home. . . A 2 o'clock dessert lunch Llvermore — Bill Malkmus, was served and at cards, Mrs. Bill Malknis, 84, ex-Li vermore man, pisses 84, died recently at Tipton. Funeral services were held July 3 with burial at Tipton. While a Uvermore resident, he operated a Ford garage. He later moved to Tipton and became a truck driver. Survivors include two children, Edwin and Mary, both of Puyallup, Wash.; and a brother, Ed, of Uvermore. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Bonnie. NEW SON A son, weight 8 Ibs. 8'/i> ozs. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Zeman, of Humboldt at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge on Friday, July .21. This is the first child in the family and he has been named Michael Alan. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vaughn. Mrs. Zeman is * u former Sharon Vaughn. the FOURTH SON A son, weight 8 Ibs. 5te ozs. was born to Mr. and Mr*. Dean James of Hardy at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge Monday, July 17. This makes four boys and one girl ing the family. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Karl Baess- lor. Mr. James is a teacher in the Burl school. Bill Davis won high, Mrs. Raymond Gfaaf low and Mfs. Bill Wilson travel. Several Udlet went *• Hi* Richard Ferstl home Wedne*' day afternoon to help Mrs. Ferstl and Mrs. Bill Wilson celebrate their bUrthdpys. Cards were played during the afternoon and lunch was served. Bus trip to Twins games is a success LuVerne — The American Legion sponsored bus trip to the Met Stadium at Bloomington, Minnesota last Sunday was a successful affair with 38 taking the trip, Commander Lewis Block reported. The attendants saw two very good games between the Minnesota Twins and the California Angels. Towns represented were Corwith, Ren. wick and LuVerne. 4—AlfMia (!•*•) Advene* ' "W* *l : • Tribune BRAIN SURGERY Relatives have received word that Larry Stiltz underwent brain surgery at the Veteran's Hospital In Los Angeles, Calif, last week and is progressing satisfactorily. They live in Victorville, Calif, and Mrs. Stiltz is the former Joan Logue. ENTERS SERVICE Norman Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith has entered the service and is stationed at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, where he will take his basic training. Mr. Smith is a recent graduate of the C. E. School of Commerce at Omaha. Mrs. Ed Taylor it a medical patient at the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. Visitors in the Jack Vaughn home last week were T/Sgt. and Mrs. Donald Barkley and family of Duluth, Minn, and Mrs. Hugh Mack- entosh and children of Le- Mars, who also visited in the parental Hartley MackenitosJi home. T/Sgt. Barkley returned to the Air Force Base at Duluth but the family remained for a longer visit, Mrs. Mackintosh and children came on Sunday and returned home on Thursday. Robert C. Roethler, son of Mr. and M!rs. Harold Roethler, was one of two Humboldt county students named on the 3rd quarter of the Dean's list at Iowa State University. Mr. and Mrs: Richard Ferstl were supper guests Sunday evening in the home of their son and family, the Jerry Ferstls at St. Benedict in honor of Mrs. Ferstl's birthday. There was also a birthday cake. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Klein and family of Memphis, Tennessee are visiting in the Raymond Berte home. Mrs. Johanna Smith return- . ed home last week from the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge where she was a surgical patient. Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Beardsley of Des Moines have spent the past two weeks in Liver- niore while their daughter Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cayou and five girls of Boulder City, Nev. are here visiting them and his parents, the 0. J. Gayou's who are visiting here at his sister's, the Richard Sawyers. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Logye are vacationing at their cabin in Minnesota. Miss Margaret Weyer, Miss Anna Pfeffer and James McBreen were among those leaving on a bus tour for, Canada last week to attend the World's Fair at Montreal. Mrs. Dick Schultz spent last week in the home of their CHURCH GROUP MEETS The general meeting of the WSCS of the Methodist church met in the church parlors Wednesday afternoon, July 19. Laurine Jergensen, President presided at the business meeting. Eleanor Kuibly was Secretary pro-tern during the absence of Vera Thorn. Sixteen members were present. Hostesses were Lena Biesemeyer, Luanda Stone, Ruth Smith, Myrtle Jordon, and Martha Wolf. PASTOR RETURNED Members of the Methodist Church and their families enjoyed a pot luck picnic at the LuVerne City Park Thursday evening. Honored guests were Rev. and Mrs. Roy Beisemey- er. Rev. Beisemeyer, who has been pastor at the LuVerne and Livermore Methodist Churches for the past several years has been appointed to serve the parishes for the next year. Mary, ia • medieU patient at Hancock County Memorial Hospital at Britt, where the has been for several weeks. Mr, and Mrs. Let Calkin* and family have returned home after spending a week vacation a* Fruitport, Michigan with Mr. Calkin's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Calkins and children. Mrs. Martha Hlnti returned home Tuesday from Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge where she was a medical patient for several days. David Huff, LuVerne farmer, entered Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge Friday afternoon as a medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Ludwlf and children of Warremville, 111., arrived Friday for an extended visit with Mrs. Ladwig's parents, the Bob Hardcopf's and Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwig, Algona, parents of Mr. Ludwig. Daryl, who has been employed in Illinois, started work last Monday at the John Deere Company in Waterloo. The Goodwill club met Thursday afternoon, July 20 at the City Park with 8 members in attendance for a pot luck luncheon, Ella Weber had charge of the business in the absence of the president, Violet Qoetsch. Jean Stripling had charge of entertainment. Boy tamtd in ffrt In chair LuVerne —The LuVerne fire department was called at noon Friday, July 21 to the Forrest Fett home northeast 'of LuVerne to extinguish a fire in a chaif In their Home, their son, Brad, was burned and was taken to Hancock County Memorial Hospital in Britt, where he remained for a day. Mrs. Oscar Ritland, Story City, had four members of her family visit her, each representing a different generation. Mrs. Ritland's mother, Mrs. Emma. Johnson, Story City; her daughter, Mrs. Robert Wright, Moberly, Mo.; granddaughter, Mrs. Larry Bradley and great-grandson, Jeff both of Aurora, Mo. made up the five generations. Centennial A centennial celebration was held July 16 at the Rock Falls Methodist church in observance of their one huti' dred years of service in the same stone building. Included in the celebration was dedication of a new altar with a hand hewn oak cross. Delphinium Percy Lynch, Independence, is a gardner and flower grower extraordinary. Last month he needed a step-ladder to view some of his delphinium plants. One blue spike grew over nine and one-half feet high. Oard CARD OF THANKS—I would like to express my thanks to everyone for their cards and kind deeds while I was a patient at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge. Your thoughtfulness will never be forgotten. Mrs. Martha Hintz. 58 LUVERNE ANSWER, CALL Meyers-Hefty wedding ON DEAN'S LIST Sheri Ramus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rdmus has been named to the dean's list at Iowa State University at Ames for the third quarter. Students must maintain a 3.5 grade point average or better to be named to the deans list at ISU. WINS A RADIO Mrs, Emil Leistikow was notified Monday morning that she was the winner of a Mag- novox Transistor Radio in the KVFD Sweepstakes in Fart Dodge. Mirs. Leisikow will be presented the radio on KVFD Tuesday evening. Mrs. Tjeran Nerem and daughter Cristi of Cokwitii were Thursday visitors in the home of M!rs. Nerem's mother, Mrs. Lydia Lund> Mrs. Lydia Lund md Mr. and 'Mrs. Tjeran Neretn and Christi of Corwith spent Saturday and Sunday in Davenport visiting their daughter and sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rekward, Susie and Paul. Mrs. Rekward is the former Delores Lund. They also visited with their son and brother and family in Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Die Lund and children. Mrs. Dorothy Zeigler of Algona spent a day last week with her mother, Mrs. Lydia Lund. Francis Zeigler, who attends AlB College in Dee Moines came as far as Lu- Verne with Gary Youngwirth who also attends AlB, and visited with her grandmother, Mrs. Lund. Laura and Chris Leigh, small children of the Marvin Leigh's of Algona. were week end guests in the home of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Daley, while their Virginia Meyers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyers, Hardy, and Eugene H. Hefty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Hefty, Lu- Verne, were m'arried July 1 at Immanuel Lutheran church at Livermore, with Pastor William Stock performing the ceremony. iLinda Daley, LuVerne, was maid of honor, and Maureen Meyer, Humboldt, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid. The groom's attendants were John Wickett, LuVerne, best man, and groomsman Doug Nelson, LuVerne. Candlelighters were Dennis Heflty, Renwick, cousin of the groom, and Gary Meyers, Hardy, brother of the bride. Randy Meyer, Humboldt, cousin of the bride, sang accompanied by Margaret Hauck, Humboldt. A reception in fellowship hall followed the ceremony. Host and. hostess were Mr. and Mrs'. Ben Hefty, Lu- Verne. Mrs. Malcom Helviok, Bradgate, cut the cake, and Mrs. Elvtn Meyer, Humboldt, served punch. Pouring coffee was Mrs. J. C. Hefty, Lu- Verne. Connie Hefty, LuVerne, sister of the groom, had charge of the guest book. Connie Sanford, LuVerne and Marlys Lupke, Algona, opened gifts. Guests attending the wedding were from Liverniore, Humboldt, Hardy, Renwick, Algona, Gilmore City, Wallingford, Eagle Grove, Osage, Ottosen, Bradgate, and Kansas City, Missouri. After a wedding ., trip through Texas, the couple will be farming at LuVerne. iiHim mil MMmiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiHiiii LuVerne pair take plane te tour Europe LuVerne — Mr. and Mrs. James Mallory left Des Moines by United Air Lines, Tuesday for a three weeks tour of Europe. Their itinerary includes France, Poland, Hun gary, Germany, England and the Soviet Union. This trip is sponsored by Maupintour Associates of Lawrence, Kan. They will arrive in Brussels, Belgium and from there visit Paris. From Paris, via Helsinki, Finland, they will visit Leningrad and Moscow in the Soviet Union. Other points of interest will be Warsaw, Poland, Budapest. Hungary, Berlin, Germany, and London, England. This government leaders goodwill people-to-people tour of sixteen persons will view local government operations and meet with American Embassy members. Three of the men on the tour are representatives in the state legislature and others are mayors of Iowa communities. Mr. Mallory is mayor of LuVerne. the vacati Mrs been hi Clerk, rej were gone on a son Gary at Hudson to take parents were on several days care($v their son Jay while vacation. David Henderson, small sen of the Larry Hendersons of LuVerne, who had major surgery at the University of Iowa hospitals in Iowa City last week is getting along nicely at the hospital. • Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Fisher of Woodbine, Illinois, have concluded a visit with Mrs. Fisher's mother, Mrs. Sadie Wagner. Mrs. Fisher is the former Bernice Wagner. While visiting here, the Fishers and Mrs. Wagner visited in Humboldt with the Dick Boyd, Leroy and Harlan Wagner families, sister and brothers of Mrs. Fisher and in Gilmore City with the H. Rtetaus and in Algona with the Art Ristaus, brother of Mrs. Wagner and uncles of Mre. Fisher. irt Wonderly has as the new Town ing Miss Florence AltmW^who has held the job the past two years and is now retiring. Margaret *nd Barbara Scott, daughters of the Gordon Seotts of Storm Lake spent a few days last week with their grandparents, the Normand Seotts. Mr. tnd Mrs. Byrrell Smith spent a few days with her folks, <Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beckhom of Knoxyille, who returned home with them for a visit. Mr. end Mrs. Q. J. C«yw of Tucson, Ariz, aje vLsjung in the home of their daughter, the Richard Sawyers. Sunday morning callers in the home of Mrs. Myrtle Eggelston were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chambers of Colrwith. On Sunday afternoon Mrs. Eggteston accompanied her daughter and husband, the Charles Nygaards of Wesley to Webster City where they visited in the homes of Albert Ruppel, brother-in-law of Mrs. Eggelston, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Meyer's, cousin of Mr. and Mrs. Nygaard. On their way home they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Henry in Eagle Grove. Mrs. Henry is the former Neola Eggelston, daughter of Mrs. Myrtle Eggelston and sister of Mrs. Nygaard. Richard Blake ef Walthill, Neb. was a weekend visitor in the Allen Blake home. Mrs. Richdrd Blake and small son, Juan, are spending 9 month vacation with Mrs. Blake's family in Panama City, Pan- ama. Mrs. Allen Blake and Robert spent two days in the Rev. Worthy Usher home at Ida Grove last week. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake and Robert are spending a few days vacation at the Holiday Inn at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. William Goet- sen entertained guests on Tuesday in honor of their daughter and husband, the Michael White's of Denver, Colorado. Those attending were the L. J. Elbelrts of Po- oahontas, Mrs. John Sykes oi Livermore and Mrs. Phyllis Struthers and the Jon Put- nams and Paul of Algona. Wednesday visitors were Mrs. LeRoy Weber and Jess and Steven of LuVerne. Paul Putnam of Algona spent the week with his grandparents, the William Goetsch's at LuVerne. Paul was ill with ear infection and the measles. Mrs. Putnam is teaching school this summer. Mr. and Mrs. William Goet- sen and the latter's mother, Mrs. John Sykes of Livermore attended a Sykes family reunion at Oleson Park in Fort Dodge on Sunday. Honored guests were Mrs. Marie Sykes and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Behrens of Santa Paula, California. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes spent Sunday at Clear Lake with Mr. Holmes's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christeasen of Muskogee, Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Christensen are spending the summer at Clear Lake. Kathy King, daughter of the Max King's of Algona spent the week with her grandparents, the Clifford > Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brayton of Sheffield became the parents of a 9 Ib. 9 oz. baby boy, James Robert, on July 18. Mrs. Brayton is the former Ruth Ann Gronbach, daughter of Mr- and Mrs. Frank Gronbach of LuVerne. This makes a family of seven children in the Brayton family. Mr. and Mrs. Esthel Rent* of Crystal River, Florida, have concluded a visit with Mr. Rente's sister, Mrs. Lydia Lund. Ernest Mayer entered Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge last week as a medical patient, where he will undergo tests and observation. His wife, Furniture You'll BLAST OUT! ALL ITEMS WILL BE ON OURj .PARKING LOT IN FRONT OF, STORE OR IN WAREHOUSE AT < '210 NORTH PHILLIPS. 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