Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1967 · Page 2
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"-'••-V ; -, Pool lifeguards 2—Algena (lew*) Advance THURSDAY, AUG. 3, 1967 Services held at LuVerne for Mrs. Meyer LuVorne — Funeral services for Mrs. Ernest Meyer, Jr., 65, who died Friday morning at the Britt hospital after a long illness, was held Monday, July 31, at 2 p.m. at Zdon Lutheran Church in LuVerne with the Rev. R. T. Mueller officiating. Burial was in the LuVerne cemetery with the Blake Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. The former Mary Hinz, she was a lifelong resident of the LuVerne community and married Ernest Meyer at LuVerne in 1923. Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Charles (Ellen) Brown of Sanborn, Iowa and Mrs. Jack (Barbara) Baker of Lamar, Colorado. Also surviving are 10 grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Lena Hinz, LuVerne, and Mrs. Elsie Klawitter, Bloomington, Illinois, and three brothers, Charles, Herman and William, all of LuVerne. Mrs. Meyer was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church. T «L _ Tribune New West Bend pool opens ABOVE IS THE new swimming pool which was dedicated Sunday in West Bend. It is an L-shaped structure which encompasses some 4500 square feet of swimming PICTURED ABOVE are the lifeguards and manager of the new swimming pool at West Bend which opened for the first time Sunday, July 30. From top they are, lifeguards Frank Johnson, Cathy Larson, Cinda Jones, Jane Mikes, and manager Lyle Dodd. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Mother from Germany visits in Livermore Livermore — Visitors .in the Roy Brown home last' week were their son, Mr. and 'Mrs. Jerry Brown of Kansas City, Missouri and her mother, Mrs. Elsa Volkenstein of Zwiebrucken, Germany. Before coming to Iowa, the Jerry Brown's had driven to New York to meet her mother who flew from Germany. On the way back they spent two days in Chicago where they visited (friends. They returned to their home in Kansas City on Friday where Mr. Brown works in the airport. Mrs. Volkenstein will remain in the states about«six week.s before flying home. While here they were all dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Dora Gronbach, grandmother of Jerry Brown. Graduates SHOWER IS GIVEN A pre-nuptial shower was held Friday evening, July 28, in the Methodist church parlors honoring Nancy Brink, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ailyn Brink, bride-elect of John Wickett, son of Mr. and Mis. Bryce Wickett of LuVerne. There were 66 in attendance. Miss Jane Hanselman gave a reading and Mrs. Rae .Ann Larson and Mrs. Ben Hefty, sisters of the bride-elect, slang two songs. Hostesses were Grace Dudley, Doris Johns, Donna Nelson, Alice Hanselman, Vera Thorn, Lavon Mai- lory, Elaine Walline, Rachel Sohnlakenberg, LucUle Ramus, Darlene Greene arid Thelma Trauger. Nancy and John will be married September 3 in the LuVerne Methodist church. Return from four years of Germany duty LyVerne — Word has been received here that Major and Mrs. Kenneth Wittcnburg and children are home from a four and a half year tour of duty in Germany. Major Whiittenburg, son of the late Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Witteniburg, and his wife, the* former Betty Wolf, are both former residents of LuVerne. They have been visiting in the home of Mrs. Wittenburgc; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf of Fort Dodge. The Wittenburg's have now gone to Fort Mommoutih, New Jersey, Major Whitteniburg's new assignment. Major Whitest Logue at their cabin in tenburg was chaplain of the Officers for Legion installed LuVerne — InsMJaition of the 1968 American Legion county officers was held Thursday evening, July 20 at the Legion Hall at LuVerne. Eighth District Commander Eldon McVay of Plover installed Lewis V. Block of Lu- Verne as County Commander and Owen P. Curry of Lu- Verne as County Adljuitanit. Bunt DeNio, Commander of the LuVerne American Legion welcomed the guests. Fol- and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joiner left Sunday to spend a week with Mr. and Mrs. Ern- LARSON REUNION Several members of the Herman Larson family were here last week for a family gathering. Esther, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Horst and 2 children of Toledo, Ohio; Gertrude, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wehking and 4 children of Silver Springs, Maryland; Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Loesoh and 3 children of Albert Lea, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson and two children of Newark, Calif.; Ivan who attends college at Ames and Virginia of Washington, D. C., who is making an indefinite stay. MOVE FROM FARM Mr. and Mrs. Ghet Crow are moving from their farm home where they have lived the past 35 years, to one of the Jensen Apartments in Humboldt on August 1. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Zeimet and family who have been farming the land for the past few years will move onto the farm. Mr. Crow is a retired jeweler and watch repairman and was located in Eagle Grove for many years. Livermore-f-Miss Rose Freilinger, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Walter Freilinger, Livermore, Was one of 32 students who graduated Sunday, July 23, from the Antonian School of Practical Nursing, Carroll. Graduation ceremonies wero held at Kuemper auditorium, with the Rev. James Fandel, pastor of St. .Mary's church, delivering the cbmmencement address. The Rev. Peter Sturm, chaplain of St. Anthony nursing home, gave the invocation. Miss Freilinger is a graduate of Garrigan high school After a vacation she will work at St. Ann hospital, Algona. -0— ing to a new teaching position in the next few weeks. Mrs. Harry Tedesco and small daughter Tina, who spent the past two and a half months in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet, left for Los Angeles, Calif, by plane on Friday Where she will join her husband who is attending a computer training school. He will complete the 4 month course in about a week and then they will return to their home in Sunnyville, Calif, where he is employed by a computer firm. Mrs. Harry Zigrang of Humboldt entertained the Delta Dek Bridge club at the Country Club Friday afternoon. A 2 o'clock lunch was served and at cards, Mrs. Ardis Hamm received high prize, Mrs. Martin Miller, second Minnesota. Mrs. Bill Smith and five children of Pacific, Calif who 'have spent the past month in the parental John Olson home, flew from Fort Dodge Friday morning for their home. Mrs. Ethel Johnson of Warren ton, Oregon has been a recent visitor in the homes of cousins, the Ross Clarks, Harry Clark, Guy Raney's, Ernia Raney's and other relatives here and at Humboldt and Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Zeman, Brian, Jean and Vernon are leaving on a vacation trip thru the Black Hills and on to California where they will visit their son Ronald and family. They plan to camp out along the way. Mrs. Robert Kluever and two boys of Madison, Wis. visited her aunts and uncles, the John Olsons, Guy Raneys and Carl Olsons, her sisters, the John Ellers of Algona U. S. Army hospital at Muech- weile-r, Germany. His wife is a registered nurse. They are the parents of 4 children Kathy, 18, Susan, 15, Duane, 13, and Kermit, 9.. The Wittenburgs also visitr ed a week in Phoenix, Arizona, with Betty's sister, Barbara and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Absher, and son Dean. The couples, together with their families went on a camping trip and visited the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon and Yellowstone National Park. Livermore man's §?. mother dies at Humboldt lunch was served by the Lu Verne Legion Auxiliary. Posts represented at the meeting were <Lakota, Swea City, Led- yiard, Algona and LuVerne. Group finishes swim course by Red Cross i ^ ! ; LuVerne — The following children have concluded the Red Cross summer swimming program held daily for line past two weeks at the Algona swimming pool. Steven Thomas, Terry Thomas, Charles Legler, Douglas Egel, Steven Gronbach, Tommy Blumer, Craig McClellan, Jeff Hanson, Vanessa Hanson, Rebecca Thomas, Becky Hefty, Demise Kiley, Debbie Wolf, and Mrs. Ralph Schumacher and family of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wagner of Humboldt, and Mrs, Mar- Ian Wagner, aunt of Ringsted. Mr. and Mrt. Francli Shorey, Zelda and Sharon visited with their son and brother Galen Witzel at Cedar Falls on Sunday. Galen has just returned from National Guard camp at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. He is employed at the John Deere Company at Waterloo. Mrt. Edna Leigh of Algona visited several days last week in the home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Daley. Miss Dorothy-.. Leigh, daughter of Mrs. Leigh •nd sister of Mrs. Daley is on a tour of Expo '67 and the Eastern United States. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Daley were their daughters, Mary of Des Moines, and Linda and friend, John Moore, both of Mason City. Mrs. Mary Daley, mother of Vern, was a Sunday dinner guest. Larry and Diane Hildman, children of the Irvin ffild- mans of Wesley spent from Wednesday until Sunday in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ramus. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber were their sons, Jerry Weber of Minneapolis, (Minnesota, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weber of Cedar Rapids. On Sunday their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Weber and children of Lu- Verne were dinner guests. Skip and Scott, sons of the Jerry Webers, who have been staying with their grandparents for the past three weeks returned home with their father. Their small daughter, Stacey, remained here with her grandparents. Florine Weigel of Ames, fiance of Collyn DeNio, was ~ a weekend guest in the home BIRTHDAY PICNIC of Mr. and Mrs. Burt DeNio. Mrs. Ed Ramus Was the Mr. and Mrs. Molvin (Bud) honored guest at a picnic Sun- Kubly spent several days vis- day at her home held in hon- ilting in the home of Mr. and first went to Canton, Mo., to or of her birthday. Attending M*s. John Thompson, forma Pencil Collectors Conven- -the event were her children er LuVerne .residents at and their families, Mr. and Farmers City, Illinois. i]^igg^aiym:"'lifanii«-;.fiiiirt^yteM'-:;r;'-''M^.: and- Mrt;v-Duron.•Wattt.- ~'Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ramus, and Duren Lynn attended a area. The crowd in the background is listening tp entertainment which followed the ribbon cutting ceremonies. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. At convention of collectors of lead pencils LuVorne — Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal, LuVerne, nad Mr. and Mrs. Genard Towne from Manson have returned home from their vacation. They [o., to miyen- tion. It was held in the main business meeting,:, iroom of rStackton College.* *>v»»i r r^fl \ v\«r M>IA ¥ .11_ ' • »MI '•''«"'•*• A * * • Chambers of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon EgigeMon of LuVerne, Delores Eggelston of Algona and Mrs. Myrtle Eggelston of LuVerne. The family received a phone call from Mrs. Myrtle Eggelstons daughter, Doris Eggelston in Miami, Florida and from Mrs. William Rosters who lives in Sioux Center. Livermore — Funeral ser- and Darryl Householders of vices were neld Wednesday Whittemore, her brothers a ft er noon, July 26 at the Luth- Phillip Faith and the Donald eran church in Humboldt for Faiths of Humboldt and other Guy Qjerstad, 78, moth- relatives last week.. Mrs. er of Harold G jerstad, who Kluever is. the former Mary died unexpectedly at her home in Dakota City Sunday afternoon. Other survivors Faith who was raised in th; Art Olson home in Madison. Mrs. Ardis Hamm has re turned home after spending children the past month in the home of her son and family at Yakima, Washington. Her grandson Jimmie returned home with her to spend the rest of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. "Bud" Smith and Jeff of Rockford, 111. are her husband and six other CARD OF THANKS-A sinr cere thank you ot all my friends and relatives for the cards, flowers, gifts, visits and John Hefty, David Marty, Michael Wolf, Pam McClellan, Barbara Marty, Pam Kiley, Denise Stille, Lynn May, Diane Hefty, Billy Ramus, Roger Hardcopf, Julie Hardcopf, Pam Nielsen, David Nielsen, Otto Lawson, Harriet Ernst, Karen Brainard, Kerry Jo Stripling, Kirk Nielsen, Julie Nielsen, Kim Nielsen, Sandra Nelson, Sharon Kaiser, Jeana Krause, Jim Krause, John Krause, Jeff Krause, Joseph Kaiser, Blaine Hefty, Palm Hefty, Linda Loftus, Robert Blake, Danny Block, Robbie Gronbach, Vicki Gronbach, Cynthia Kiley, Denise Kiley, Barbara Stille, Paula Sinai, Diane Stahl, Jo Ellen Johns, Beverly Nelson, Ricky Thomas, Donald Berryhdll, Johnnie Berryhill, David Coyle, Bruce Coyle, LeRoy Calkins and Beverly Calkins. Certificates will be given to the swimming good deeds Eftown us ^ _ . . while I was hospitalized and students' who have advanced ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gronbach 'and daughter Phyllis, of Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hinitz were among 'tie guests attending the By- ness-Samuels wedding and re' ception at the Lutheran Church in Humboldt Saturday evening, July 22. FAREWELL COFFEE 'Mrs. Hartley Mackintosh entertained sixteen ladies at a "coffee" Wednesday after- high and Mrs. Karl Baessler were weekend guests in the the bingo prize. Miss flor- home of his uncle, the Lester Smiths. Mrs. Lester Ruby Holmes, since returning home. Mrs. in the different dawes. They Harvey Will. enoe Alt man was a guest. Mrs. Steve Pirnet and two girls of Pierre, So. Dakota came Friday to spend ten days in the home of her parents, the Bill Da vis's. Carl Pirnet, Smith, Mrs. Mrs, Martha King, Mrs. Guy Raney and Mrs. Amelia Hoffman went to •the home of Mrs. Harold 14, who has spent the past Fredrick Wednesday afte*- |wo months with his grand- noon to help her celebrate her parents, will with them. Mrs. Hazel Sanders and her son and family of Fort Dodge return home birthday. They brought a birthday cake and a pot luck lunch was served. Larry Joiner, who will wen to cabin in teach at Eddyville next year CARD OF THANKS^-A sincere thank you to all my friends and relatives for the cards, flowers, gifts and kind deeds while I was hospitalized and since my return home. 'Betty Guy. CARD OF THANKS—I would like to express my appreciation to my friends, relatives and Minister Rev. Roy Biesemeyer- for their kindness will be awarded in two or three weeks as they are being sent to Doris Johns. They also ate their meals land spent their nights there. The convention lasted two days and collectors were from Pennsylvania, Nebraska, Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Kansas and Iowa. Counting the entire collection, there were 3,992 miles of pencils from one inch to four feet in length there. There were many articles of different design shown there, some very interesting ones were stars, birthday cake, house with yard, flags, etc They then went on to Illinois and visited Mr. Neal's two brothers and two sisters in Saybrook and Fisher where they had a reunion. They were surprised and pleased to have Mr. Neals brother, Ernest, from * Alameda, California to visit with as it has been about nine years since they 'had seen him. They then went to Mansfield to visit Mrs. Neal's three brothers and two sisters. ' The Bateman reunion was held on Sunday at the well-known Lake of the Woods near Champaign. There were 75 in attendance. They returned home by the way of Marion, Iowa and spent the night with their granddaughter, Beth and family and then left for LuVerne. PICNIC FOR VISITORS (Mrs. Myrtle Eggelston had as guests in her home on Tuesday, her granddaughter 'and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. DiPirro and sons of Buffalo, N. Y, on Wednesday evening _ a picnic was held at the Bob" Chambers home at Corwith in honor of the DiPirros. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Henry of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. James Block and son of Rolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil GLawe and children of Corwith, Mrs. Walter Schmeling and children of Webster City, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard and Chris of Wesley, Miss Beulah Eggelston of West Des Moines, Mrs. Bailie West of Lynwood, California, Mr. and Mrs. Bail Watts reunion at Clarion on Sunday. The picnic was held in honor of the 90th birthday of Duren's grandfather, W. C. Watts of Clarion. —0 radish was David and Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lewis, Kim, Sheri and Todd, all of Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hildman, Sharon, Diane, Bobby and Larry of Wesley. Mrs. Orville Ramus brought a beautifully decorated cake for afternoon coffee. ~~~~ ch, Indianola. The top radish Collyn DeNio returned was red and where the root home Saturday after spend- was ordinarily formed was a ing the past five months ait white Fort Gordon, Georgia. He attended radio school at Fort Gordon. He is attached to the Iowa City unit of the Iowa National Guard. A graduate of the U of I at Iowa City, he was employed prior to guard duty in Peoria, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holmes and Jeff of Ames were weekend visitors in the parental Clifford Holmes home. Jeff is remaining in LuVerne for a two week stay with his grandparents. Ed Loni hat returned home after spending some time at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge as a medical patient. Mrs. Anna Klawitter it a medical patient at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge, where she is under treatment. Mrt. Sadie Wagner wat a Sunday dinner guest in the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Wagner, and Johnnie of Humboldt. The dinner was held in honor of little Johnnie Wagner's first birthday. Other relatives attending the event were Mr. DIVIDEND NOTICE On July 24. 1M7, Directors ef Iowa Public Service Company declared a quarterly dividend of Sle per ihare en the Common Stock, payable September 1, 1167, to ttock- holden of record August 11, 1M7. The reiular quarterly dividends on the 3.75%, 3.M% and 4.M% Cumulative Preferred Stocks were declared payable September 1, 1M7. to stockholders ef record Aunut 11, 1N7. IOWA PUIUO SERVICE COMPANY E, M. BAUN CB4IBM4N Or TBC BOABD m to honoToTMrs. AnwW 'Mianesoto .last^turtey for will spend toe rest of the gown me> during my stay at m. w***the.a*oojpn* *x^-w**ter^ysSfiS** parent * 1 D9le M^G^Lteh** e d o ge * tipal ait Bode, who are mov- Notice to all LP Gas Distributors The West Bend Community School it accepting bids for IP Gat for the Rodman Center, Rodman, Iowa. All bid* should be in to the School Secretary, Mrs. Fran- cit Ewy, by noon, August 7. On* tank will have to be provided by the distributor. The Board of Education rtserves the right to reject any or all bids. West hm) Ooewnity Sebotl Innl of ftrl W. Steveni, Supt.

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