Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1967 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1967
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Bridal shower for Livermore girl Aug. 6 Liv«rmor« — A bridal shower was held at the Sacred Heart Catholic church Sunday afternoon. August 0 in honor of Miss Celete Ehrhardt. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ehrhardt and fiancee of Dan Clawson of Manson. The two mothers and Miss Ehrhardt were presented with corsages and over forty guest "signed the guest book which was in charge of Annette Ehrhardt. Decorations were carried out in the bride-to-be chosen colors of different shades of green and white. Traveling Bingo was played and Mrs. Danny Collins of Manson and Miss Jane Dickey of Humboldt helped at the gift table. Lunch was served. Those on the committee; were: Mrs. Douglas Mosely, Mrs. Wayne Vaudt. Mrs. Ralph Ehrhardt, Mrs. Richard Ehrhardt. Mrs. Willis Hcllick- son and Mrs. Jerry Witbam. A September 2 wedding is planned and will be held at the Sacred Heart church in Livermore. Mr. Clawson is the son of Dr. and Mrs. W. G. Clawson of Manson. BREAKS HIP Mr. : Sylvester Ftihrmann was taken to Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge by ambulance last Wednesday following a fall at his home, which broke his bip. FIDERLICK REUNION The Vernon Fidcrlick family have moved to Lakota where Mr. Fiderlick is manager of the Co-op elevator. Mrs. Ray Zeimet, who had brain surgery at Iowa City o couple of weeks ago, has returned home. Mrs. Phyllis Zeimet and children of Boone spent one day last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Zeimet. Mrs. Allan Sinclair and two daughters, Debbie and Christine, accompanied her mother-in-law, Mrs. Ed Welter of Ionia to Canada where Ihey visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gronbach and family returned after a vacation trip to Roscoe, 111. wherelthey, visited the Donny Insko family am\ at Madison, Wis., where they visited in the home of Mrs. Gronbach's sister. Mrs. Merwyn Yaeger and son Mathew of Rockwell City are staying at the parental Paul Jarvis home while Mrs. Yeager recuperates from major surgery whidh was at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Cameron of Minot, N. D., who camo 'to visit her mother, Mrs. Cl\- tde Roepkc at the Good Samaritan Home in AJgona and to attend a Cameron family reunion in Goldfickl, also visited friends in Uvcrmore, spending one evening at the Ray Falb borne. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Davis of Kenncwick, Wash, .visited last week in the parental Bill Davis home. Father Peter McPortland of Silver Creek, N. Y., a former parish priest at Livermore, visited a few days in the Richard Dunphy home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz went to Owatonna, Minn Thursday where they visited in the home of her sister, the Louis Wildin home, until Monday. Mf. and Mrs. Hifdld Ofdn- bach and Cindy spent the weekend in Minneaolis with their daughter Carol and husband, the Leroy Sharps. Mf. and Mr*. Don Cellini and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cran and Scott spent the weekend in the Twin Cities, going up Friday morning and return- Ing Sunday evening. While there they attended a couple of ball games. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joiner and Sharon and Mrs. Tom Christiansen of Humboldt at- wedding and reception at tho Methodist Church in Grinnell on Saturday. Larry Joiner was. best man at the wedding. He had been a college classmate of Mr. Long while they attended William Penn College ut Oskaloosa. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carlson and 3 girls have returned home after spending two weeks on a camping trip. They toured the Tetons, Yellowstone National Park, Salt Lake City, and Eates Park in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Harold King and Marc of West St. Paul visited his mother, Mrs. Martha King for several days last week. Visitors in the Richard Thul home one afternoon last week were State Representative and Mrs. Harold Fishrr and two daughters, Nancy and Mary of Wellsburg, losva. Mr. Thul and Mr. Fisher had been college classmates while attending A.I.B. at DCS Moines and it had been 25 years since they had last seen each other. Mr. and Mrs. John McKenna and family of Illinois and Marilyn McKcnna of Fort Dodge visited aunts; Kate Mc- Konna and the Richard Dunphy and other relatives on Sunday cnroutc to Pine River, Minn, where they will visit his sister, the Roy Peter- sens for several days. Mrs. Molly Foth visited in the home of her daughter, the Leroy Meighan home in Waukon last week. Recent visitors in the Richard Dunphy home were Miss Virginia Miles of Albuquerque, N. M., and Miss Marjoric Miles of San Francisco, Calif, They had been visiting their brother Mike, and wife at Iowa City. Virginia is a teacher and will teach 3rd grade this coming year and Marjorie is a Public Health nurse for the city of San Francisco. .Both girls were ,, born ^ and Praised in Livermore! "• Mrs. Bill Wilson was hostess to the Neighborhood Card club at her home Tuesday afternoon. A dessert and coffee were served at 2 o'clock and 'at cards, prizes were won by iMrs. Allan Fotli, high, Mrs. Earl Armstrong, low and Mr.v Julius Becker, travel. Mrs. Armstrong, who is a former member of the club, was a guest. Lu Verne Mrs. Cliff Holmes accompanied her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Max King, Kurt, Kolleen and Katliy of Algona to the State Fair in Des Moines on Friday where Kurt had entered some of his Registered Black Angus. Enroute home they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holmes and Jeff in Ames. <£?. .on-the-Farm Service. Prompt Repairs Add Life To Your Tiros SEE US OR CALL US for fast dependable tiro service FLATS MPAIRED PROMPTLY TRACTOR TIRES RELUGCED TUB! VALVES REPLACED LIQUID FILLING DRAINED AND REPLACED •hon* in fer "QN'THf-FARM" ,.rvlc» r-iiOOl HILTON'S SINGUM KRVWE 6—Alien* (lew*) Advene* THURSDAY, AUG. 24, 1967 line Livewires at LuVerne are Fair winners LuVerne — Twenty-three first place, ten second place, and one third place, awards were given the LuVerne Live- wires girls 4-H club exhibits at the Kossuth County Fair in Algona. The following items and the girls exhibiting them won blue ribbons: Stools, Linda Loftus, Barbara Marty, Holly DeNio, Dafawn Kinne. Peggy Shaw and Heather Brainerd; bowls, Sharon Shorey, Diane Curry and Zelda Witzel; Pictures, Barbara Marty, Dafawn Kinne and Becky Smith; Creative Stitchery, Lari- da Loftus; Wall decorations, Cindy Smith, Becky Smith and Diane Curry; Lapback Pillow, Cynthia Kiley, and Sharon Shorey; Place Mats, Holly DeNio; Accessory Grouping, Cynthia Kiley; Waste Basket, Barbara Marty; Portfolio, Peggy Shaw; Clothing, Zelda Witzel. Red ribbons; Terrarium, Sharon Shorey and Holly DeNio: bowls, Cindy Smith, Becky Smith and Cynthia Kiley. Wastebaskets, Cindy Smith, Linda Loftus and Dafawn Kinne. Pictures, Diane Curry and Zelda Witzel. White ribbon. Waste Basket, Peggy Shaw. Blue ribbon on rabbits, Holly DeNio. MURRAY REUNION Sixty-six members of the family of the late William Murray, grandfather of Mrs. John Voss, Jr. of LuVerne, gathered together at the Holiday Inn in Fort Dodge for a buffet dinner and reunion. The plans for the event were made by Lawrence Murray of Fort Dodge. The dinner was held in honor of the two surviving aunts, Miss Anna B. 'Murray and Mrs. Jessamine 'Murray Miller of Lavermorc. The afternoon was spent socially with some of the guests enjoying swimming at Che Holiday Inn pool and horseback riding. Attending the reunion were all the surviving cousins, but one who resides in Washington state and was unable to attend. States represented were Minnesota, Indiana, Wisconsin, Kansas and Iowa. Attending from LuVerne were Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Jr. and granddaughter, Lirio, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Voss and children and from Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Voss and family. STRIPLING REUNION A family reunion was held Saturday at the home of Mrs. Jesse Stripling with a picnic dinner. Attending were Mrs. Stripling's children and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Stripling and children of Manning, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Stripling and family of Montezuma, Iowa, Miss Sandra Stripling of Des Moines, Mr. and, Mrs. Jack (Norma) Kassel and family, Grand Meadow, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Sheman (Marcia) Arends and children, Mr. and Mrs. Clem.Stripling and family of LuVerne, and Mike at home. This is the first time in eight years the children of Mrs. Jesse and the late Mike Stripling have been together, Another daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Dwaync (Becky) Tobey and children of Readlyn were unable to attend. HOSTS TO STUDENT 'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gronbach and family, Hay field, Minn whose parents, the Frank Gronbachs and Herman Sch- ulzes, reside in LuVerne will be hosts for the 1967-68 school year to Miss Plynjai Kraithape of Banpo, Thailand. Miss Kraithape comes from a family of nine, her father being a gardner and her mother a merchant. Her plans are a career in teaching or Foreign Service. Her chief aims while in the U. S. are to study American ways of living and to help increase understanding among the nations of the world. Miss Kraithape a very petite and gracious person will be a senior in the Kayfield School this fell. COMPLETES COURSE Army Private Edward L. Bristow, 19, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow, Lu- Verne, Iowa completed an eight week course at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, August 4. He was trained in main- taining stock records for the receipt and issue of supplies and materials. Me also learn* ed typing and general admin* ytration procedures and storing of various army supplies. THAILAND VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gronbach and children of Hayfieid, Minn, and their guest .Miss Plynjai Kraithape, Banpo, Thailand, were Sunday guests in the parental Frank Gronbach and Herman Schulz homes. Miss Kraithape a foreign student will be making her home with the Gronbach family a't Hayfieid for the 196768 school year. SCHOOL ELECTION The annual school board election will be held on Monday, Sept. 11 at the town hall in LuVerne from 12:00 noon until 7:00 p.m. Board members Howard Swanson and Henry A. Hefty, whose ternw expire, will seek re-election for a three year term. Deadlines for filing nomination papers is Friday noon, Sept. Mr*. Je><« Stripling hat had as a guest in her home for the past three weeks, her cousin, Mrs. Bess Connelly of Bancroft. Gutitt in the hem* of Mrs. Jesse Stripling last week were her four grandchildren, children of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kassel of Grand Meadow, Minnesota. Mrs. Kassel is the former Norma Stripling. They also visited with their aunt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Arends and children while in LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Demi- ler of Albany, New York have returned' home after spending a week in the parental Ralph Demiler home. Gordon who attended school in Lu- Verne was an army career man and has since retired, from the service. A family gathering was hold at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Guy in honor of Homer Curran, who was visiting here from Sunnyville, California on Sunday with forty in attendance. Towns represented were Minneapolis. Minn., Britt, Ames, Mason City, Fort Dodge, Hu'mboldt and LuVerne, Iowa. Mrs. Bill Btrryhill and sons left Saturday for their home in Saudia, Arabia after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr? Frank Gronbach and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Berryhill is the former Ellen Gronbach. Weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Henry Kubly were her niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Duerst of Whitewater, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly returned Monday after visit ing in New Glarus and Monticello, Wisconsin and with their son, Dale Kubly in Oak Park, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Kubly also visited in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kubly and. children in Western Springs, Illinois and made the acquaintance of their new granddaughter, Heidi. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly attended the Bergland-Anderson reunion in Stratford on Sunday. Tho name of Mrs. Kathryn Sohade sixth grade teacher in the LuVerne School system was omitted from last week's paper. Mrs. Sohade will teach in LuVerne during the 196768 school year. Mr. and Mrs. Vorn Daley and Mrs. Daley's mother, Mrs. Edna Leigh and sister, Miss Dorothy Leigh of Algona spent Sunday in Winnebago, Minnesota visiting Mrs. Daleys aunt, Mrs. Letitia Gray, uncle, William Leigh, and cousins in the Winnebago area. Dorrance Thcmas of St. Paul, Minn, was a weekend guest in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas. On Sunday guests in the Bert Thomas home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rutter of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heggen and Mark of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Jr. and granddaughter Lerio Liu of Wichita, Kansas, who is spending the summer with her grandparents, were Saturday evening guests in the home of Mrs. John Voss, ST. in Algona. Mrs. Alia Godfrey long time resident of LuVerne entered Hancock County Memorial Hospital in Britt on Monday, August 14, as a medical patient. Charles Him if a medical patient at Hancock Memorial Hospital in Britt. He was admitted to the hospital on Thursday, August 17. Blue ribbon lamb tor many years. Tony Elbert .'fits employed by Dkk Rising for over 1* year. The Elbe*" Ifft Littleton on the 18th and drove to Omaha and visited until Sunday with Mrs. El- bertv brother, the Lawrence Leineni aner which they returned to Irvington. Tony is aseHtant manager at the Irv- /hwton Coop elevator. .. 'Mrs. Margaret Kent and son Dick, AJgona, visited in Dduds **P[ «i«Tloy OmtAys Augu*t ^8 to 18 jtoy and .Clarence .are " ' i ..••. • . . Mrt. Pern Camday and Mrs.- feorge Kuniman and child- rtn, George Jr. and Bobby, Doudi. visited Mr«. Ctnaday's •on, the. Clarence Canad»y> here Auguft 14 to i?. MM. Kuniman U a lister of ctar- ^—__ ^» --- *- ; i. eitCe UBMraay. »-.; Mrs. Violet Walker, mother of Durwood. walker/ sttte fair in Des Moines Sunday with friends. Council Minutes TOWN Of LUVIRNf August 7, 1967 Council met in regular session with Mayor Pro tern Gronbach presiding. Couneilmeri present: Holmes, Zentner. Lowson. Councilmen absent: Nielsen. • Minutes of the last meeting were rcoo ond opproved. Motion by Zentner and seconded by Lowton to allow the following bills. '.'« <*•'«" 9210 Bitminu,Matco ::::::: : & red j.'T"^^ ..... "-- !9-2° League of la. Mun.. ------ 37.00 Stote Hygienic Lob. ....... 18.00 PICTURED ABOVE is Steve Fett, Corwith, who won the first place ribbon in the fat lamb competiton at the Kossuth County Fair - Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. l ** m '' >n >l tt ltlHIHI1MIHI||MllllllliMlltlUltMIIMMMIMMIIIII1IIMIItlMltlHI1HIIIIMIItlMHMtltniNnHmiMIIMHmitMI« 1952 class at LuVerne holds 15th reunion Ditsworths. Mrs. Marie Colwell and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Florence Colwell, Irvington, went to Mason City, August 20 for (he wedding of Judy Snell, daughter of the William Snells, Mason City, and Donald Deinet, at Trinity Lutheran church Sunday afternoon. A reception following the ceremony was son Thursday for observation. Mrs. Walker is reported improving, but is still in the hospital. .• . .Visiting the Charles Reapers several'-day*.are Mrs. Reaper's brother, the Vee Mulling, pass Lake, Minn. : The Dean Hoffihans, Pain, Defer* and Bruce stopped at Mrs. Hoffman's parents, Che Bernard Gspesiuses last week enroute home to Bozeman, Mont., After a year an Florida, where Mr. Hoffman took his Ph. degree at .the University <rf Florida at Tallahassee. Mrs. Hoffman is the former Shirley Capeaius. : ' Tlie Tony Sorensens and their son, the Stanley Sorensens, AJgona, drove to Blue Earth Sunday for a family picnic dinner for the. IreHal Tonises, Linden, N, J., at the tat the LuVerne Legion Hall with a pot luck dinner. Attending were the following graduates and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Braynard (Patty Hansen) Collin and Scott of Madrid, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rost (Lois Hedrick) Mike and Susan of Fort Dodge, Iowa; Lois J. Stewart (Lois Schipull) Lorie, Craig, lany and Steven of Rockford, 01., Mr. and Mrs. .Richard Gronbach, Vicki, Steven: anUi Mrs. Margaret Kent, Algona, returned August 17 from Greely, Colo., where they visited the Darryl Swartzes. They also visited other places of interest in Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri. Enroute home they visited Lawrence Miller's sister, the Danny Kuhns, Red to visit Mrs. Torris's mother, Mrs. Bernice Curran, Blue Earth. Mn. Bernice: Curran is the former Bernice Butterfield. The families returned home Sunday evening. • David Sabin, son. of the Harold Sabins attended the .. , ..,-._,_. .'ub. Co.' ..__ Sonford Plbg. & Htg. 12.80 • Pottcrion Electric 5.50 Carroll Garage 46.95 Nielsen's D-X 61.70 LuVerne Ins. Agency 484.00 Dennis Blumer 2.09 Curtis Chopin 19,02 "Ft. Dodge Asphalt Co. 42.00 Everett Schipull _ 10.00 Sherman Arends 7.50 B«n Hefty 23.98 Ed Elbert 31.73 Motion by Zentner and seconded by Holmes to glye Naomi Jeffcrs a Build- Ing permit to build a 22' x 24' addition to her house. Motion carried. Motion by Holmes and seconded by Lawson to advertise for bids to paint the City Hall. Motion carried. Motion by Zentner and seconded by Lawson to raise the Mayor's salay to $250.00 per year beginning in 1968 Motion carried. Motion by Lawson and seconded by Holmes to pay the Rescue Unit driver »10.00 per trip and the attendant $7.50 per trip of 50 miles or less. Motion carried. Motion to adjourn. " H. G. Traugcr Town Clerk Receipts for July, 1967 General $ 300.00 Mun. Ent .^ 15.00 Utilities U37.95 Road Use Tox 837.29 Swrer 250.52 Total $ 2840.76 August 8, 1967 Council met in special session with Mayor Pro tern Gronbach presiding. Councilmen present: Lawson, Zentner and Holmes. Councilmen absent: Nielsen. Motion was mode by Zentner and seconded by Holmes to purchase a tract of land—200' x 131.6'—cast of our present well site from Martin Jensen for the sum of $500.00. Motion carried. Motion to adjourn. Thelma Trouger Clerk Pro tern Kay and Paul Mr. and Mr Pat, Joey, 1, of Route 1, Algona, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Grandgenett and Denise of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Palsic (Lois Hinz), Kelvin, Linda and Karen, Osage, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Helni- ers (Ethel Byson), David, Ricky, Audrey and Brian oi' Duncombe, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielsen, Jr., (Carmen Kollmann), Kimberly, Kirk, Julie and Karyn Kay of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nielsen (Joan Phillips), Bobby, Jody, and Jeff of Wesley, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hunt, Brian, Terri and Scott, Corwith, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. John Elbert, Michael, Julie. Lynn, Janette and Kyle of Spencer, 'Iowa, Mrs. Ralph Morey (Patsy Rosenmeyer) and JoAnn of Wood Dale, Illinois and Mr. and Mrs. Chartes Loerwald, Chris, Cathy and Charles II of Marshalltown, Iowa. Correspondence was sent from the following who were unable to attend, Mr. and 'Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jessip (Geneva Thompson), Susan, Lee Ann and Tommy of Chariton, Mr. and Mrs. 'Larry Sutton (Jarine Schneider) and Kirsten of Los Angeles, Calif. and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schiltz (Rose Marie Kunkel) and eight children. The Tony filberts, Irving* ton left hereVat' '3 'p.m. August 12 for Littleton, Colo.i -ii suburb of Denver, where they spent from the 12 to the 16 visiting Mrs. filbert's sister, the Phil Kenneys. The Elberts drove to Canyon City, Colo., and visited Mrs. Cora Rising,. The Risings are former residents of Algona and operated the Rasing elevator in Algona ANSWER. CALL Irvington •y Mao McLean •••••aaaaaeaeeaeaMaaa The annual picnic of tho Alex Eischcn family was held August 15 at Mrs. Alex Eischen's, St. Benedict. Attending were the Rev. Nicholas Ruba, St. Benedict, the Marvin Eischens, Henry Pfeffers, Robert Eischens, David Ludwigs, Mrs. Anna Muller, David Seiler and Charles Emmanuel, all of Algona, the Phil Eischens, Whittemore, Harold Eischens, Wesley, and Ronald Rosen- meyers, Corwith. Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich and daughters, Margie, Robyn and Jayne, spent Saturday and Sunday in Sioux City with Mrs. Froehlich's son, the Don Froehlichs. The Frank Harnesses, Wai- worth, Wis., are visiting the Ed Ditsworihs. The Harnesses and the Ditsworths drove to Brainard, Minn., August 16 to 18 and visited the Frank Starts WE ARE HAPPY TO HAVE YOU AS PART OF OUR COMMUNITY! This mt$**|i LUVERNE CROP SERVICE CORNER STORE HUFF'S CAFE LAWSON HARDWARE LU VERNE BUILDING CO. LU VERNE CLWIC LU VERNE LANES VILLAGE PUMP bftbtM pblic.spiritid firms: SANFORD Plumbing & Heating BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES LU VERNE OFFICE OF THE SECURITY STATE BANK LU VERNE CO-OP, ELEVATOR PATTERSON ELECTRIC TRAILER'S JACK SPRAT ZENTNER LIVESTOCK LU VERNE INSURANCE Agency

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