Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1967 · Page 13
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Livermore folks escape injury in ear crash planned by a LuVerne group TT 'el'- ; : v ^ ; I ribune Livermore — Mr. and Mrs. James Morey and baby daughter have rented one of th» •apartments over the bank am! will be moving into it soon. Mr. Morey has just recently received his discharge from the Navy and the family has ' been living in California. He is employed at the Mickey Ford garage in Humboldt anxl is the son of Mr. and Mrs Harvey Morey. His wife is th>; former Roberta Stoddiard, daughter of'the Archie Stort- dards, now of Humboldt. While on their way homo they were in an automobile accident in Dallas, Texas, whic'i demolished their car but they -luckily escaped with minor cuts and bruises. After being checked at a •hospital, they continued on their way by bus. QUINN REUNION A family reunion of the John Quinn family was held at the Harvey Morey homi on Sunday, July 23. Those present were Mrs. Morey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John LuVerne for many years. LuVerne — The women of the WSCS of the LuVerno Methodist Church are sponsoring a Smorgasbord at the church on September 28. Time- is to be announced at a later date in this paper. WORKSHOP HELD The LuVerne Yeazel. The day was spent in making decorations to be used at the banquet to be Livewircs held this fall at Mount Vern- girls 4-H club held a work- O n when the Women's Society shop at the Legion Hall last Friday evening. They aro preparing their articles in wood finishing for the Kossuth County Fair in Algona. IN NAVY EXERCISE Electronics Mate Second Class David M. Hobsoheidt, USN, son of Mir. and Mrs George Hobscheidt of Lu- Verne participated in an amphibious assault training ex- ericse along the coast of southern California, while serving •aboard the tank transport ship USS Henrico. The exercise, code-named "Golden Slipper" was conducted under simulated Vietnam conditions. It sharpened the ability of Marine Corps reserve air and ground units from all . parts of the country to quickly join forces with regular Navy and Marine units in conducting an amphibious assault. At the beginning of the Quinn of Emmetsbuirg and three brothers and three sis--, four-day exercise, the Henrico •tors and their families. It was'- helped to land the initial as- also in honor of Mr. Quinn's 75th birthday which was the day before. Towns represented were Lohrville, Emmets- sau.lt force of more than 700 marines and their equipment. vxv« »T v* * \* m-f^ft «i » ••iix*) a-*lll IIIV-HW \»\^PrirkE I E9 K\^ I V» burg. Spencer, Pairfield and David Mueller, 20, son of Mountain Lake, Minn. A.i the Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Muell- aunit and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. .er, LuVerne, has completed Louis Kneer of Keokuk was 'Army Reserve Officers Train- also present. ing Corps basic summer camp at Fort Beriming, Ga., on July MOREY REUNION 22. He received six weeks of A family reunion was held training, designed to'evaluate at the Harvey Morey home on his potential as a future Army Sunday, July 30 with forty officer. Successful completion people present. All the rrieni-. of the basic camp enables him bers of the family were present; his mother, Mrs. Hazel Morey of West Bend and his two brothers and two sisters and their families. Towns represented were Paton, Des Moines, Mallard and West Bend '••' to train towards a commission while in college under the new two-year R.O.T.C. program. Training is similar to that given -Army basic trainees, including rifle, hand-, toihand, and bayonet train- Wednetday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch were Mrs. Marie Sykcs of Santa Paula, California, and her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Wagner and daughter Mary of Webster City, aunt and cousins of Mrs. Goetsch. Wednesday overnight and Thursday guests in the William Goetsch home were cousins Wayne Lagc and wife am 1 sons, Dennis and Brian of Gibson City, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch were supper guests on Thursday in the home of Mrs. Phyllis Struthers and family of Algona, in honor of their niece, Felicia, who was ccls- brating her tenth birthday. Merlin Smith of Kansas City, Kansas, who was visiting her cousin, Mrs. Goetsch was also a guest. Mrs. Bert Thomas, who broke several ribs in a fall down a flight of steps at her sister-in-law's home in Stratford, 7 weeks ago is getting along nicely at home. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll have as visitors in their home itiheir daughters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McNeilly, Kathleen, Steven and Linda of Houston, Texas, and Mrs. Ronald Clark and son, Ryan of Enid, Oklahoma. On their way to Iowa Mr. and Mrs. (McNeilly and family stopped over in Enid, Ofela., and brought Mrs. Clark and Ryan with them. Mr. Clark was unable to ac- of Christian Service holds their jurisdiction meeting. Weekend visitors in the home of Mrs. Myrtle Eggelston were her daughters, the Miss Doris and Beulah Eggelston of Dos Moines. Early Saturday morning the Eggelstons went to Sioux Center whera they visited their granddaughter, niece and family, Mr. ami Mrs. Bill Kosters. On Sunday Mrs. Eggelston, Doris and Beulah were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard of Wesley. In the afternoon they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vornon Eggelston of Lu- Verne where they visited with their . granddaughter, niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gensen and children of Richardson, Texas, who are vacationing in the parental Vernon Eggeiston home. Mrs. Martin Miller accompanied her brother-in-law and wife, Dr. arid Mrs; .'Andrew Miller of Granville, to Des Moines Friday where they spent the day. Frank Cox .was • a medical patictat in^tRe Mercy inJPbrt Dodge a few days'^la'i week. Visitors in the Vernon Kramer home on • Tuesday .ing as well as leadership or- company them as he is a jot ientation:.-; > ^,, ' pilot in the United States Air —^— Force. Mrs. McNeilly and Mrs. Clark are the former, Denise and Rosemary Carroll. The ATTEND WEDDING Collyn DeNio leiPt . morning for Iowa City where McNeillys are also spending he attended the Wedding of a some time visiting Mr. Mc- college friend, John Breeden, Neilly's parents in Fort Dodge on "Saturday. Mr. Breeden and,his.,sister and,family, the Robert it.Qoppingers at- Barn•um'/and h other relatives and friends in the Fort Dodge area. Mrs. William Goetsch ac- Friday married a riw-saiiVg-student at the University of MOVE TO MICHIGAN Mr. and Mrs. Les Calkins were Sister Mary Phyllis, aunt, and family moved aSturday Kramer and of Mrs. Kramer and Sister Aldia, cousin of Mrs. Kramer, both of Dubuque. Tuesday^ evening Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kramer visited in the.home of his brother Andy Kramer where their daughter Sister Dorothy also of Dubuque was visiting. A baby "boy, weight 8 Ibs. 3 ozs. named Jerrod Vermor., was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rapp of Gilmore City at the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge on Thursday, August 3. This is the second child in the family and 4 year old Susan stayed in the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kramer, while her mother was in the hospital. Mrs. Norman Scott was. hostess to the United Presby ' terian Women at the church Wednesday afternoon. Devotions were given by the hostess and Mrs. Jessamine Miller conducted the business meeting and also gave the lesson. Mrs. Martin Miller was a supper guest in the Melvi'i Christiansen home in Algona Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hinti visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wille at LuV.ernc Thursday evening. Visitors In the Kate McKenna and Richard Dumphy homes last week was a nephew of the ladies, Mr. and Mrs. Don • McKenna and two children of Spokane, Washington. Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Larson and four children of Hutchinson, Kansas spent a few days last week in the parental Herman Larson home. They had been to Massachusetts to visit Mrs. Larson's folks before coming home. While here they were all dinner guests on Friday in the home of an uncle, the George Lajrson's at Wallingford. Mrs. Ruby Cottman and sons, Larry, Craig and Terry have gone to California to visit relatives. They traveled by bus and plan to be gone two weeks. Larry is a teacher in Sioux City. August Paulson of Brownsville, Texas, has been visiting former neighbors and friends the past week. Mrs. Otto Jatgels *nd Mrs. Fred Hintz were hostesses foi the Lutheran Ladies Aid In the Fellowship Hall of the church Thursday afternoon. to FruitpoH, Michigan where oompanied Mrs. Henry Hope Mr. Calkins, has employment. & Mrs. Wesley Grohenouer of - - • Humboldt to Jolly on Monday and were guests of their district president, Mrs. Leister Mr. Calkins was a barber in Mrs. Clarence Hauck presided at the business meeting and Mrs. Adolph Koester gave the lesson. Seventeen members were .present. . Mrs. Jewel N. Kinseth of Webster City has bought the Anna Murray residence in the north part of town and plans to move into it soon. Mrs. Kinseth is a sister of Lawrence McPherson. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Scott visited in the Gordon Scott home in Storm Lake Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johni and family returned home Saturday after enjoying a week vacation in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Studer and family were ' weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Studer. Robert is with the Iowa Highway Commission in Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Reed of Ames were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin (Bud) Kubly of LuVerne and Mr. Kubly's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ruberg of Fort Dodge attended the Brown family reunion held at Sac Ciity on Sunday. The Browns are relatives of the late Mrs. Emma Peterson Kubly. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Neal were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Genrich of Swea City, Mrs. Charles Hanselman and Mrs..Laura Linde'bak of LuVerne: Afternoon guests in the Neal home were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lindebak of Radcliffe and Mrs. Mabel Brinton and Mrs. Ella Lindebak of Ellsworth. Mrs. Eunice Meyer of Adel returned home after spending, several days visiting friends and relatives in Lu- Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Powell of Medalia, Minnesota spent several days visiting in the home of Mrs. Clara McClellan. Mrs. Powell Is the former Mary McClellan. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Bager have returned home from Colorado where they visited in the home of their son, Elmer and family. They made the acquaintance of their new granddaughter Regina Dee Bager. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delain Blumer and family were Mrs. Meta Gtfford and Gary Gifford of Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blumer, David and Jacki of Eagle Grove. Weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Block were Mr. and Mrs. Art W. Peck of Atlanta, Illinois. Mr. Peck is a brother of Mrs. Block. A Sunday gathering was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Block. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Art W. Pedk, Atlanta, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Al Kohl, Ames, Mi*, and Mrs. Adam Zeigler, Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds, Fort Dodge, and Mr. Smith has helped 2,010 families move Frank is an IPS service man. One of his jobs is making certain your IPS service is ready and waiting when you move. I PS men enjoy helping , Lewis V. Block, Phyllis, Danny and Douglas, LuVerne, Mrs. Kohl, Mrs. Zeigler, and Mrs. Reynolds are nieces of Mrs. Max Block. Mrt. William Goetich entertained in her home tho committee on finance of the Woman's Society of Christian Service on Wednesday afternoon. Plans were made for their Smorgasbord supper to be hold on September 28. Richard Hewitt, who broke his leg while working on the remodeling of the Jeffers home in LuVerne several weeks ago is now up and around. Friday dinner and cupper guesrts in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll were Mr. and Mrs. Don Clark of Bayard and their daughter and family, Mrs. Duane Bennink, Kathy and David of Ankeny. They came to visit with their daughter-in-law and their sister-in-law, Mrs. Ron Clark and new grandson and nephew, Ryan, from Enid, Okla., who arc spending two weeks in the parental Dennis Carroll home. WED IN 1895 — Mr. and Mrs. George (Andy) Woodford, former Gallemler residents now residing in Cow- rie, observed their 72nd wedding anniversary July 23. Me. Wood ford is 92 and Miv. Wood ford is 88 years of ago. CARD OF THANKS—We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to the wonderful friends, neighbors and relatives who were so thoughtful and kind to our wife and mother during her illness nnd passing at Britt Memorial hospital. A special "Thank You" to Rev. Mueller for all his spiritual visits and to Dr. Brainard for all his calls at the hospital. Everything was deeply appreciated. Ernest Meyers, Ellen and Barbara. CARD OF THANKS—Twish to ithank most simfcrC'ly all my neighbors, friends am! relatives for the cards, flow• ers, visits and kind deeds while I was a patient at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodgn and since returning home. Your kindness will never be forgotten. Ernest Meyer. Ruch 27,800 North Iowa Homos with Ono M! — IN THE — "PEACH" Reach MORE THAN THREE TIMES THE NUMBER OF HOMES IN THE PEACH THAN ANY OTHER PRINTED MEDIUM. The "Peach" appears in nine area newspapers — one ad covert all nine paper*. MANY PROVEN SUCCESS STORIES ALREADY WITH PEACH ADVERTIS ING. Try your next ad in the Peach — Exclusive in Advance and Bancroft Register in Koiiuth County- Call 295-2424 or bring your ad lo the ADVANCE! ANSWER. CALL DON'T FORGET THE KOSSUTH COUNTY As co-hosts -these Business and Professional folks from Lu',' .," ..':' ' ','.", .'ii/r_'.i: i.i.i . .t. -,.), ,..•.}-,,.•! 'Jill "J-'IVlf «'J Verne cordially invite their patrons from the LuVerne area to this big FREE Barbecue THURSDAY, AUG. 17th! WE ARE MOST HAPPY TO HELP SPONSOR THIS FINE KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR EVENT Bamboo Lounge Waller Ruger Patterson Bros. Shelling & Trucking Dennis and Jerry Patterson SERVICE Carroll Garage Trauger's Market Village Pump Corner Cash Grocery LuVerne Building Company Lowell's Shelly Service Huffs Cafe Lawson Hardware LuVerne Co-op, Elevator Zentner Livestock Patterson Electric LuVerne Clinic Sanford Plumbing I Heating LuVerne Insurance Agency Hardcopf Shelling and Truching Agard Poultry The Security State Bank Office Goeisch Shelling and Trucking Tom Carroll Harold Trauger Harrison Cord Jerry Stille James Meurer Lowell Thomas Alma Huff Harvey and Otto Lawson Elden Guess Dale Zentner Max Patterson Robert D, Brainerd, D,0, Wayne Sanford Ed Lindebak Junior Hardcopf Ray I. Agard Frtd GeHnl ' , f-- SERVICE IS SURNAMES i •ii

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