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Livermore man escapes when truck tips . Livermoro — Richard Bertie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Berte escaped injury when the brakes foiled on the truck he was driving when he attempted to turn north from Highway 3, east of Humboklt Tuesday Afternoon. The load of sacked feed shifted as he turned and the truck rolled. Richard is employed by the Farmers Coop elevator and he was driving one of their trucks. HOAG REUNION The Log Cabin pary in Lav- crmore was the setting for n recent reunion of the Hoag family. The 58 people who attended were Mrs. C. C. Knoll of Balttilecreek, Iowa, Sterling Knoll of Laurens, Mrs. Roy Adams of Algona and guest, Mrs. Leola "Wallace from Bradgate, Leroy Adams and fatn- ily <df Cedar Rapids who later in the afternoon went to Algonia to visit his father in the Good Samaritan Home there; Ganrian Adams and family of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brue and Maridee, Mr. and Mrs. William Lyons and Joneen of Cedar Falls accompanied by Mrs. Lyon's mother, Mrs. Efchol Hoag of Omaha, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hoag of Bradgiate, Mr. and 'Mrs. Ron Hoag of Humboldt, the Dean Hoag family of Manson; Mrs. Norman Beck and children of Detroit, Michigan, who came with her parentts, Mr. and Mrs. Everei, DeSmidt's of Waterloo. Those coming the greatest distance were Mrs. Bill Smith, Jim, Jeff and Jody and Jill and Jackie from Patiifiria, Calif., who ihad spent a month visiting iher parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Olson of Livermore. Others from Livermore wore Philip Faith, the Maurice Olson family, the "Kelly" Gronbach family and Mr. and Mra. Don Christiansen of Bode. Especially enjoying' the reunion was Mrs. Lou Knoll who •had been a teacher in, the Valley No. 1 Avery Townslhiip school in 1907, and one of her pupils Leola Wallace of Bradgate. HEWITT REUNION The annual Hewitt reunion was held at the Shelter House at the Log Cabin .park last Sunday with a pot luck dinner ait noon. Towns represented were Dayton, Gilmore City, Bradgate, West Bend, fort Uoxlge, Dakota City, and Eimore, Minn. Those attend ing from Liver mofe wete Mi-. and Mil. RDM Clark, Mr and Mrs. Don Chirk, Mr* Martha King and Mm Aatle DoMer and David, Mr. Hiram Hew itt, who has been lining at Friendship Haven ih< Fort Dodge the past jfeaf is again living in the home of hia daughter, the Ernest FBcWn- gets near Port Dodge. Mir. and Mrs. Cecil Hewitt of Dakota City were elected a* chairmen in charge or arrangements of next year's meeting. CONDUCT TOUR Among those going on the tour sponsored by the Farmers Coop elevator last week were, Mr. and Mrs. BUI Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Fred- erickscn, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Graaf, Mr. and Mrs. John Gales and Julius Becker from the Livermore area, There were 10 women and 18 men in the group. Stops were made at the Nitrogen Plant at Lawrence, Kansas, Farmers Chemical Co. at Joplin, Mo., a Refinery at Coffeeville, Kan., and at Trimble, Mo. and Denison. HOME FROM EUROPE The three Livermore girls, Trudy Rosting, Cheri Wood- erly and Jane Wilson, who spent the past six weeks in Europe and attended a French school, Vichy, France for four weeks have returned home. Their parents, Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Rossing, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wonderly and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson met them in Omaha on their flight home. NEW DAUGHTER A girl, weight 8 IDS., was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Swanson of Sioux City at St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital in Sioux City on Wednesday, August 9. This is the first child in the family and the grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herb Raney of Bode. Mrs. Swanson is the former Judy Raney. HIRE COOK 'Mrs. Robert White has been hfred as the new cook for the lunch program at the liver- more school, replacing Mrs. Beth Olson, who resigned. Mrs. Margaret Vaudt is the other cook. Mrs. Clifford Baker we, hostess to the Deal and Chat Bridge club at her home Thursday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert .lunch was serv- ed.and.at cards,.Mrs,. ,A1 Len' v ertz won high prizei "Miss- Florence Altman second high and Mrs. Bob Wonderly travel. Guests were Mrs. Anna Bormamn, Mrs. Ardis Hamm, THURSDAY, AUO. 17, tftf 2—Alforta (Iowa) Advent* T «L ^ Iribune ORDER FUEL OIL NOW FILL UP BEFORE THE FALL RUSH! You get the finest quality fuel oil for less money at Viking. Avoid the fall rush for fuel and call in your order now — COUNT ON FUEL OIL • DEPENDABLE • ECONOMICAL • CLEAN Bulk Wagon Delivery To Any Point In Town or Country. ORDER FUEL NOW I 295-3749 VIKING OIL CO tOY STOf Pm Owiior WIT HO*TH QP MI^WAUKf | |f ATIQN IN AI.90M4 iMrs. Margirei Howwd, Mrs. Bob Wonderly and MM Florence Altmtn: Mn. loth OlMn It •Mitting her daughter with tfit cooking in Donna's CWe in Badgfer wliich was recenlUy •taken over by her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Lenz. She* spends the weekends in her home in liv- ermore, from SMurday until 'Monday evening. Mrs. Olson was one of the cooks for the • lunch program at the liver- more school hut yea*. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Cox have gone to the Home Care Center at Humboldt for an indefinite stay. Mr. and Mr,. C. W. Camor- on and son of Portland, Oregon came last week for a visit in the home of her mother, Mrs. <Martha King. Mr,. ROM Cran of Humboldt spent a few days last week in the home of her son, the Richard Grans. Jan Borto, 9, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Berte of Kanlawha spent several days last week in the home of hei grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Baker. Tho Good Will truck will bo in Livermore .next Monday, August 21. For further information call Mrs. Dick Schuttz. Mr. and Mr,. Goorgo Rood; of Tucson, Arizona, visited 'Mrs. Reed's sisters, Mrs. John Olson in Livermore and Mrs. Roy Adams of Algona on. Friday and Saturday. Tharo wa, a family gathering at the DeVerve Holmes home Sunday, August 6 in honor of. his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Holmes and son of St. Louis, Missouri. Those present were their mother, Mrs. Ruby Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reamers and Mfr. and Mrs. Jerry Reamers and family of Feniton, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. Bob White and John, Mr. and Mrs. Sal Odenbratt of Dakota City, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gales and son of 'Fort Dodge, Mr. and M!rs. Jerry McCullough and family, Mr. and 'Mrs. Keith Smith and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith, both Of Hum-. bpldt. There was a pot luck dinner, at noon. ' . * Tha family of Mr,. Mojly . Fpth ;held a family gathering ait the Shelter House in the Log Cabin park at Livermore on Sunday, August 6. There was a pot luck dinner at noon. Those present were Mr. and 'Mrs. L. B. Meighan and Anita of Waukon, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Vail, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mueggeniburg and family of Kennebeck and family of Breda, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Foth and family of Oorwiltih, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thul and flamily of St. Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wolf of Bancroft and M'rs. Thomas Craib- ou and family of Livermorc>. The Allan Foth and Richard Foth families were unable to be present. Mr. and Mr,. Lorimor Borg of Dayton were Sundiay aflter- noon visitors in the Fred Hintz home. Janot Forttl, 3 yaar old daughter of the Jerry FerstLs of Wesley spent last week with her grandparents, the Richard Ferstls while her parents went to Durangp, Colorado to visit friends. Mr. and Mr,. Harb Holme, and son Gary Of St. Louis, Mo., spent last week with his mother, Mrs. Ruby Holmes and also visited other relatives here. funeral for exlivermore woman Aug. 12 Livermore — Funeral seiv ices for Mrs. L|oyd Hood, 78, of Fort Dodge were held Saturday morning, August 12 at Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Fort Dodge with burial in the Corpus Christ* cemetery. Mrs. Hood died at the Mercy Hospital Wednesday afternoon where she had been a patient since June 14 following a stroke. The former Martha Coleman of dare, she married Lloyd Hood in 1912. In 1919 they moved to a farm near Livermore, now owned by Allan Foth, where they lived until 1&36 when they moved to a farm near Si. Benedict. They retired and moved to Mrs. Albert LieMer of West Des Moines, several grand died in June 1966. Survivors include three sons, Gene of Aigam, je^ ifctherwUe, Fabor of Carroll, vwo daughters, Mrs, Vincent Brenjian, Emmetsburg and Achievement show hold by tho Livewires LuVerne — The LuVerne Livewires girls *H club heild their Achievement Nig* at the Legion building on Thursday evening, August 10. Mrs. Gerber, Algona, judged the exhibits to be entered at the Hoamith County Fair. Leaden Mrs. John Vons, Jr., and Mrs. Owen Curry were present for the event Articles being exhibited at the fair will be the following articles and the name of the girl taking (them; Temaniim, Sharon Shorey and Holly De- Nio; Picture Mounted on Wood, Barbara Marty; Creative Stitchery, Linda Ltoftus; Pictures Mounted on Wood, Dafawn Kinnc. Wail decoration, Cindy Smith; Wall decoration, Becky Smith; Lapback Pillow, Cynthia Kiley and Sharon Shorey f Place Mat, Holly DeNio; Acceasory grouping, Cynthia! Kiley; Natural finished articles; bowls; Cindy Smith, Cynthia Kiley, Becky SmUih, and Sharon Shorey; Stools,, Linda Loftus, Barbara Marty, Holly DeNio, Defawn Kinne, and Peggy Shaw. Wtastebaskets, Cindy Smitii. Portfolio, Peggy Shaw; Wastebasket, Barbara Martyr Linda Loftus and Dafawn Kinne; Rabbits, Holly DeNio; Intermediate class: Wall decoration, Diane Curry; Picture, Diane Curry; Natural Finished Article, bowl, Diane Curry; stool, Heather Brainard, Senior division': Picture, Natural finished bowl, dress, and sJeepwear, Zelda Witzel. Mr. and Mr*. Wetter Rek- ward, Susie and Paul of Davenport are, spending several days with -Mrs., Rekward's „ mother, Mrs. Mrs. Lydia Lund and sisters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Zeigler of Algona arid .Mr. and Mrs. Tjeran Nerem and Kristi of Corwith. Mrs. Lund accompanied .the Rek- Wards home to Davenport on Friday where she will visit for several weeks. While in Davenport, Mrs. Lund will also visit her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Lund and children. Mr,. Lena Him, Hubert and Frances attended the Woods reunion at the Harold Von 'Bank farm home on Sunday. Refreshments were served and music was played for entertainment. Mr,. Bert Thome,, LuVerne and daughter, Mrs. William Schoenrock, and granddaughters, Debbie Sbhoenroek of St. Paul, Minn, and Becky Thomas of LuVerne, attended the Long family reunion at Oak Park in Dayton, Iowa, on Sunday. There were 70 members in attendance. A pot luck dinner was served. Thursday vicitor, in the home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Smith of Dayton, lowia. Mr. and Mr,. William Schoenirock, Debbie and Bill of St. Paul, Minn, larrivtid Sunday for a weeks visit in the home of Mrs. Schoenrock's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas. Mrs. Sehoen- rock is the former Loreno Thomas. Mr, and Mr,, Owen Curry attended the Alumni Iowa State banquet at Van's cafo in Algona on Monday. Mr. Curry is on the board of directors of the Cyclone Club. Mr,. Owen Curry drove to Fremont, Neb., on Friday with her mother-in-law, Mrs, Esther Curry and brought back •Mrs. Phyllis Daniels and four children, who are spending two weeks with her mother at Bradgate. Mr. and Mr,. Clifford Holmes and grandson, Jeff were Friday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kindall at Badger, in honor of the birthday of Cora Holmes. Mrs. Kendall and Cora Holmes are sisters of Mrs. Clifford Holmes. Mr. and Mr,. Allan Bl«k« were hosts to a family gathering on Sunday, August 6, honoring the first birthday of *hejr grandson, Juan Blake; in addition to the hosts and •their son, Robert, those attending were: Mr. and, Mrs. Richard Blake and Juan, Waltr hill, Nebraska, Mr. and , Bud Langbehn, Green Mottii* tain, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. John Langbehn and family, Glad* brook, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Langbehn and Mark, Dysart, Iowa, Mr. and Mr?. Deibert Fields and family, Melbourne, Iowa, and Sp/5 and Mrs, Jim Lenz of Lu- Verne. Tho five children of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Wolf of Fort Dodge were weekend guests in the home of their grand* mother, Mrs. Mabel Thompson while their parents at* tended the Twins baseball game in Bloomington, Minn. Mr,. Mabel Thompson and her five grandchildren from Fort Dodge, who are visiting in her home, were guests on Sunday in the home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bode Burgardt at Curlew for a picnic honoring the Burgardt's daughters who arc visiting their parents from Chicago, 111. and Rochester,' Minn. , Mr. and Mr,. Tjeran Nor. em and daughter, Kristi, of Corwith, were Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. Nerem's mother, Mrs. Lydia Lund. Mr. and Mr,. Milo Renti of Algona were Tuesday overnight guests in the home of Mr. Rentz's sister, Mrs. Lydia Lund. They came to attend ithe funeral of Mrs. Qlga iRug- er. Mr. and Mr,. Bryan Stewart were hosts to a pot luck supper Friday, August 11 in honor of the birthday of Dorothy Jergensen. Attending were the honored guest and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jergensen, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Brink, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schipull and Mr. and Mrs. CM Bjustrom and Jerry. Guests in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon EggeLston on August 6 were their daughters and families, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Genisen, Rusty, Layhe & Tracey of Richardison, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thu, Pam, Greg and Marsha of Graettinger, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gregerson and Jimmy of Rutland and Delores Eggelston of Algona. Afternoon callers in the Eggelston home were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Day- ; idson and Mrs. Myrtle Eglgel- ston, LuVerne, Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Nygaard, Wesley, and Miss Doris and Beulah Eggelston of Des 'Moines. Mr. and Mr,. Vernon Eggelston daughters, Mrs. Jack Genisen & Tracey fo Richardson, Texas and Mrs. Martin Gregerson' of Rutland visited Tuesday with Dr. and Mrs. William Bradley at Friendship Haven in Fort Dodge. Dr. and Mrs. Bradley are well known to 'LuVerne residents as he was the Methodist minister in LuVerne from 1931-1934. Mr. and Mr,. Jack Gensen of Richardson, Texas, who have been visiting in the parental Vernon Eggelston home spent Wednesday visiting Mr. Gensen's mother in Spencer, and returned to their home this past weekend. Mr,. Myrtle Eggelston, Lu- Verne, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard and their grandchildren, Debbie and Tim of Wesley and Mrs. Betty West of Lynwood, California were weekend guests of Mrs. Eggelston's sister, Mrs. Ora Clayton in Elmwood, Wisconsin. Returning home on Sunday they came via the Great River Road, crossing the Mississippi at Prairie Du Chein, Wisconsin and into Iowa. Mr. and Mr,. Frank Gronbach attended the baptism of their grandson, James Robert, inlfant son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brayton of Sheffield on Sunday. The baby's sponsors were cousin's, Mary and Clara Blair, daughters of Mr, and Mrs. Willie Blair of Superior, Wisconsin. Mrs. Brayton and Mrs. Blair are the former Ruthann and Doris Gronbach. Guett, in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach are their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Blair and children of Superior, Wisconsin and their grandchildren, Diane and Patty Brayton of Sheffield, Iowa. Burt DeNio and Holly, and Mr. and Mrs. Duren Watts and Duren Lynn were in Des Moines Saturday on business Erapoute home they were supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Les Wejgel of Ames. •*^«"H!«!lli«i».l,:U! _j 1. | L , j TOWN OF LUVIHNf LUVIHNf. IOWA COUNCIL MINUTIS July 24, 1967 il met In special session with Pnp-t*m Gronbach presiding, ilmen present: Holmes, Zent- nfr, and Lawson. Councilmen absent: Nielsen. Martina was called to hear any objections to the budget. Since no objectors appeared, motion was made by Zyutnpr and seconded by Lawson to wfcpt the budget as advertised, (yj^tion carried. Motion to oOiourn. H. C. Trauger, Town Clerk School opens attuVerae 01 August 28 LuVerne — The office of the Lu Verne Community School will be open Monday through Friday, August 18 to 26, from 0 to 12, and 1 to 3 o'clock tor the payment of school fees, including entry fees and school lunch. Inwr- arice fees will be collected after the opening of school at which time an enrollment envelope will be given each ' The kindergarten will not meet as a group on Tuesday and Wednesday but each will dome in at a scheduled time with their mother for a meeting with our kindergarten teacher. Letters are being sent out to the parentts of all kindergarten children which will give the time to bring your child to school. There will be a meeting of the faculty August 25. Monday, August 28, the busses will pick up the children at the usual time and dismissal will be so that the children may be home in time for lunch. .Tuesday, August 29, there will be a full day of classes and lunch will be served on that day. Barring last minute preparations, the school buildings are now ready for school to begin. The staff of the Lu- Veme Community School follows: {Superintendent, L B. Shel ton; Kindergarten', Mrs. Vivian Erickson, Humboldt; Grade 1, Mr®. Emma Wise, Corwith; Grade 2, Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer, Wesley; Grade 3, Mrs. Helen Daley, Lu Verne; Grade 4, Mrs. Virginia Rogert, Bode; Grade 5, Mrs. Nadine Selvig, Bode; Grade 6, Mrs. Beulah. Hindman, LuVerne. Grade 7 and 9th EnjgUsn, Mrs. Laivon Mallory, LuVerne; Grade 8, Mrs. Margaret Strip> lmg, : LuVerne; homemaMng, instrumental musk, John (lick) Rembold, Lt) Verne: vocal musk, Mrs. Sue Heathman, Humboldt; physical ed. land science, Sherman Arends, LuVerne; coach and ind. arto, Bryce A. Wickett, LuVerne; guidance, Phillip A. Iverson 1 Hardy; remedial reading, MIT. Carman Nielsen, LuVerne and Mrs. Donna Nelson, LuVerne. MEMORIAL SOCIETY The LuVerne Memorial Society held their regular meeting Thursday afternoon, August 10 at the City Hall with 21 members answering the roll call "My Favorite Past- time". Alice Hinz, president conducted the business meeting. Wilma Baskerville gave a reading "Lest We Forget". The % Society voted to send cards to members of the society who are shut-ins. Bingo was played for entertainment. Hostesses were Jesse Stripling, Sadie Wagner and Clara 'Mcdellan. Next month host esses will be Violet and Luella Swiger, Anna Neal and Molly Hedrick. AUXILIARY MEETS The 'Ladies Auxiliary of the Ernest Merkle Post of the Lu- Verne American Legion held their monthly meeting on Monday evening, August 7 at the Legion Hall witn fifteen members in-attendance. Mrs Allen Blake conducted the meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. Owen Curry The minutes of the last meet ing were approved as read Bingo was played for entertainment, with Marie Jadeson in charge. Hostesses were Doris Johns and Audrey De- Nio, ' • , • • BOWLERS MEET The LuVerne .Ladies Bowling League held a meeting at the LuVerne Lanes oft Tuesday evening. Marlys Stille, League president, conducted the meeting. TOWN OF LUVIRNI COUNCIL MINUTIS LUVIRNI, IOWA August 1, 1967 Council met In special union witli Mayor Pro-tern Gronbach prMiding. Councilmen present: Lowsen, Holmes and Zentner, Councilmen absent: Nielsen, Meeting was called to pick out o well site. A site was picked pending purchase of property. Motion by Zentner and seconded by Lawson to add a shoulder on the road running east from McClellons. Motion carried. Motion to adjourn. H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk Published In the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona. lolwa August 17, 1967 LUVERNE CLINIC Saturdays 8.30 to 12:00 Wednesday ANSWER, CALL 882-3304 . Bend; English . and art, ? Mrs. Anita Walters, Humboldt; business education, Charles Bloom, Algona; social studies and language, Dennis '£. Holmes, LuVerne. Principal and math, Howard H. Smith, LuVerne; science, Geaevieve Martin, Renwick; BIDS WANTED Bids wanted to paint the Town Hall two coats. Bids to include water base paint and the application. The Town reserves the. right to reject any or all bids. Bids to be in the Clerk's office before Sept. 2, 1967. TOWN OF LU VERNE A SPECIAL OFFER" For College Students! It won t b. Ion- now bafor. Col..,, Door, will be 9ptnin9 f , r .„„„„ Prepare now to ,t*y in ,o«ch with th. many thin,, Hurt .re h,pp.n jni Meh * y jn your horn, town by including Th, Adv.nc. in y O g r B.ck To Coll, f . p |. n ,. Tak . advantage of the W7 College Student Special btlow: I ' " ^* ^" ™ $^•50 $ub,cription to The Ke«*uth County Advenco 3 9 Month (Regular price would be $5.25) Pl.i W Mod Tht K, W Mth Covnty Adv.n* to th, Cell.,. Stud in , li|t .d ,t«rting on tho daU indic«t«d. in«l«Md i, my chock for W-50. Name of Student College Address . City. .._...___.,___„.. _ StotTZT Stari Sending Tbe Advance Ou

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