Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1967 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1967
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Old Settlers' Kale dated at Liveriiore Llvermore — The Annual Old Settler's Picnic will bo held at tha Log Cabin Park Saturday, Sapt. 2. A pot luck dinner will be 'held at noon and free ico cream and coffee will be furn* tehed. The business meeting Will be held shortly afterwards, followed by a program at 2 o'clock. The guest speaker will bo Senator David Stanley of Muscatine. Tim Colwell will also be on the program and tell of his recent experiences as a Page boy in the House or Representatives at Des Moines. .'-•••'. All old settlers of the area and the public are cordially invited to attend. LABOR DAY DANCE There will be a dance at the Legion Hall in Livermore Monday night Sept. 4, Labor Day. Malek's Accordian Band will-furnish the music. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Frederick and grandson Randy Goerndt of Des Moinies and Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Frederick and family spent Wednesday evening in the Harold Fred- cricks to help Mr. Frederick celebrate his birthday. Oil Thursday evening guests were Mrs. Robert White and John, Mr. and Mrs DoVcrna Holmes anxl Randy, Mrs. Ruby Holmes, Mr. and Mrs, SaY Odenbrebt of Dakota City, Mr and Mrs. Jerry McCullough and family, Mrs. Ona Beers. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doldor 'and family of Oxford came after his mother,. Mrs. Azile Dolder and David a week ago and they spent the week at Oxford. Mrs. Lawrence Ruhnke, David, who just received his discharge from the service and Patricia, Dale and Wayne of Miller, So. Dakota spent last week visiting friends and relatives in Livermore and Humboldt. They returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. DeVerne Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith of Humboldt have returned home after spend ing a week on a vacation trip to the Black Hills, Mr. and Mrs. Sylv«.t«r FttrfiWann are now,.stayT!?g 'aF the Home^^Oire Ceniteir at Humboldt; Mr. Fuhrmamn recently broke his hip. Major and Mrs. Robert Reavis of Montgomery, Ala., and .Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Scott of Denver, Colorado were visitors in the parental Norman Scott home last week. They were all dinner guests in the Gordon Scott home in Storm Lake on Thursday. On Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ruhnke and family of Miller, So. Dakota were also visitors in the Norman Scott home. Robert White is a medical patient at the Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines. . Mrs. Lucille Gronbach flew to Chicago last Friday from Fort Dodge and will return home with her brother, Edward Melavin arid daughter Mary, who has been working in Chicago this summer. Mary will attend college at Mankato, Connie Christiansen who also was employed in Chicago came 'home with her brother Mike a couple of weeks ago. Mike spent a couple of weeks of vacation in Chicago. They traveled by train. Mrs. John Olson and Mr*. Donald. Faith of Humboldt spent one day last week in the John Ellers home in Algona. Mrs. Olson also visited her sister, Mrs, Roy Adams. Kit* McKtftftft •flttrfiifMHi the following ladHtf at i "cof- Ji^^ff ^4 ^^'-» •Jje^u^ ttf^klMAd^J&i. we ai nor norne, weuitesnay sfierftuofl: Mrs, uBHter fifratti, Mrs Lels H«lt*f, MaraWtt MCBPBHI IM Margaret W^y* er. Mrs. Martin MlHcr, was « guest Thurs<Uy irtlWikioh. Mri. Wek Ithwltt and her mother. Mrs. Ernest Loguo spent Mondty and Ttie&fey at the summer home of Mrs Logue'4 sister, rMrs; Leonard Nelson and sod at Spirit Like. The Netedn'j came to .Livermore with them and on Thursday thay alt spent the day in .the Floyd Nickel home in, Mason ,City., the Nations left tor their home in Red Oak on Friday. ; v ' Marge Richeel of ...Lang Beach, Cillf., is visiting Her grandmother, Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann,and other relatives. Mra, lethall of Eagle Ofev* was a house guest in the Martin Miller home a couple of •days last:,week. •'-.. •"• : w ,V' ; ••••• ••;• Mr. and Mrs. Duane Seat- hoflf of Humboldt were supper 'guests in the Richard Gran home ona evening last week.' :;•_''•'•••< .,':'•> " "•-,//'•:'«.• Mrs. Miriam Kay and -Douglas will bs?leaving for? Ami* next week., .Mrs Kiy will be the House Mother: for the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity Housu and Douglas will ba taking his second year of college. Recent visitors in the Paul Jarvis home were Mr. and Mrs. C. W< Beam of North Platte, Nebr., brother of Mrs. Jarvis and Her sister, Mrs. Vivian Wise of Man/son. Phillip faith; who has entered the service is stationed at Fort Campbell, Ksn'tuckv. Dr. and Mrs. R. W.Beard sley of Des Moinea spent the weekend in their home in Livermore. Mrs. Jeaik- mime Miller returned hoime with them to spend the week. Names called for the cash drawing Saturday night were Burrell Smith, *50, Mrs. Lai- 'ry Johnson (Alice StihraJder) $50. Mrs. Johnson wis present for the drawing; ;••'••; ,'^ •''•-: Jonn, rios'oro 'tnfftf^Q ttM Veterans Hospital at D«* Moines Sunday as a medical patient. -'..-V..; '•' -,• .,-.•• •;< Mr. and Mrs^ Ralph Murray of Twin Lakes, Wis. and Mrs. Marjorie Kemp of Moorhead, Minn., who came to ait- tend -the 'Murray reunion, spent a few days with their aunts, Miss Anna Murray & iMrs. Jessamine Miller before returning to their respective homes. ,:;\;.; -;'' '-,-.' '\ •> •• Lawrence Murray and Mrs. Esther MeLeei^^Fort ~ •A? 'home Sunday aftierhoon and showed slides taken at the Murray reunion which was held recently at the Holiday Inn aJt Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs..Dick Schulta went to Hudson Saturday evening to get their son Dennis who has been employed there thru the summer. They stopped at the Gary SehuWz ihome and returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Joiner and family .of Sacramento, Calif., were dinner gueals Sunday in the home of his brother .Date Joiner. ••aaeeeeeee«eaaeeeae'e> r. at the "^ 1200 ROOM HOTEL 1 HIW YORK CITY y<mr Wtal htaeViarttn -C!«M to MlfACtftOHO OlROiMillMi tisdllaMlMMi VIA* vetnw awnmiNo rooi, nil TO o aeeaeeeeeaaaeaeaaaeeeej Mrs. Barbara Templin and sons who have been: visiting in the home of her pftrente, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf, left Friday fdr their home in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs, Hardcopf drove their daughter and grandson as far as Owattona, Minneaota where they visited in ttie home of their son arid brother, the Robert Hard- copfs, Jr., and family, Mr. 3nd Mrs, Robert Hardcof*, Jr., then accompanied Mi'jf. Templin and sons on to Minneapolis. •'•• ' ''•,"••" Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Hoimes were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Holmes brother and family, Mr, and Mra. Clarence Holmes and family of Rockwell, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen of Mu^Kogee, OUaao- ma were visitors in the home of Mrs. Christensen's broth* er snd wife, Mr, and Mrs, Cliff Holme* for several days last week. ' - • Sunday (vests in the heme of Mrs. Myrtte E&eteUm were her daughters and their husbands, Mr, and Mr*. AT: thur Henry of Eagie Qrove and Mr and Mrs, Charlee Nygaard of We&ley. Mrs- Myrtle IfteMen ef LuVerne, Mr WMl Mr*Charles Nygaard of Weffey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cfcjjnb- eirs, CorwiU), and Mr* Betty West of LyirwooxJ, OftWornii »ttend«d the State Fair in Des Moines and a*w the the Tennessee Ernie Ford Show on Tyesdmy. Mrs. Mabel Tho*n»*efl and her son Clarence Thompson of Seattle, Washington were guests in the Ralph Anderson home m Briu. White in W& they also attend** Hobfl Pay. , AUG. 31, 1H7 Alfotte (l»wa) Advance—7 Trib une Brotfcer of LuVerne MII * i i dies suddenly •*' .; - • , •- • LuVerne — Richard Miller, of Clear Lake, died Mad- August 21 In eta-tea City. He hid been working there with a construction firm, and was rushed immediately to the hospital where he was given emergency treatment. The cause of death was dia&ior,- ed as a heart attack. RMhard Miifer was born and raised in the LuVerne community. He graduated from the LuVerne High School with the class of 1939. He; was preceded in death by his parents and several brothers. Survivors include his wife, tour sons and one daughter, five sisters, Mrs. Gene Wolf and Mrs.' Lulu Quinn of Bancroft, Mrs. Eppo Johnson of Buffalo Center, Mrs. Ed Hendrtckaon of Mason Cfety and Mrs. Sherl May of Corwith and one brother, Harold Mister of LuVerne. Funeral services were held on Thursday, August 24 at the Lutheran Church in Clear '52 class reunion LuVerne — Pictured are members of the 1952 Lu- Verne high school class at the reunion there recently. They are: Back row, left to right, Jerry.Nielsen, Marion Larson, , Dale Braynard, John Elbert, Charles Locrwald, Harold Nielson, Jr., Edwin Hunt, Joe Rahm. Front row, left to right, Ethel Byson, Lois Hinz, Joann Phillips, Patsy Rosenmeyer, Lois Schipull, Lois Hedrick, Carmen Kollmann, Richard Grandgenette, and Richard Gronbach. RIRtHDAY DINNER '•• - Mrs. Mabel Thompson was honored at a pre-birtiiduy dinner and family gathering at the dty haH on Sunday. Amending were her children, grandchildren and their families and other relatives and friends: Mr. Clarence Thomp- Miss Doris Thompson, Valley, Wisconsin; Mr. and Mrs. (Euntee) Parson*, Waterloo, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thompson and family, Rutland, Iowa;: Mrs. Florence Burgardt, Curlew, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Nick (Beftte) Wolfe and family, Fort Dodge, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs- Merle Thompson, Columbus, ; WisconiSin; Mr. and Mrs. . Earl Thoinp- son;"" '"" " LuVerne — These are children of the class of 1952 graduating class of the LuVerne high school. They are pictured as the class held a reunion at LuVerne recently. families, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Surby of Waterloo, Iowa and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hug' gans and family of Pamona, California, Larry's mother, Mrs. Minnie Henderson, Lu Verne, his brother and family, the Maynard Hendersons of Cedar Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch of Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Don Huogan* and family of Pamona Beach, California have been guests for a week in the home of Mrs. Huggans mother, Mrs. Minnie Henderson, and her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Henderson and children Mr. and Mrs. Michael Baker of Mason City became the parents of their first child, a son, Andrew Michael, July 27. He weighed 9 IDS. 14 ozs at birth. Mrs. Baker is the former Sally Prior, daughter of Bill Prior of Ida Grove and the late "Peg" Prior. Michael is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baker of Bmmets- burg, formerly of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Stew- , art were hosts Wednesday | night to a dinner honoring ' their niece and family, Mrc. Barbara Templin, sons, Mike and Jim of Minneapolis, Minn, who are vacationing in the parental Robert Hardcopf home. Also attending the dinner were Mrs. Rosic Hardoopf and the Robert Hardcopfs. six cnUdren of Gnitidy Center were Thursday guests in *he home of 'Mrs. Harper's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf. Mlrs. Htorper will enter the University of Northern Iowa on September 6, with mathematics as iher major. CARD OF THANKS — I wish to send a special "thank you" to all my friends and relatives for the cards and gifts sent to me while I was a patient at the University of Iowa Hospitals in Iowa City. David Henderson, 68 STRAYED FROM MY FARM 5 miles northwest of Lu- Verne. Hereford heifer —500 Ibs. Phone 882-3484, Lu- Verne. 68-69* iiiniiimiHiiH>iiiiiiiiimiiHiiiHimiiHiHniiiMMiii«iiiiii minim , HIIIIHM MIIIIIHMIIHHI Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marty attended the State Fair tenger, the daughter of Mr Robert Mueller amd ilamily in *** Moines on Saturday •and Mrs. Lyle Schlenger of of Cedar Rapids, Iowa and and Sunday. DeEtta Lee Stoll, 7 month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs - Dennis Stoll was a 8 uest l " the home of hcr Marcus. The groom is in the Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Blank- service and stationed at enihagen of Fort Dodge. Sioux City, la. His mother is Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner the niece of Mr. Gronbach and daughter Vicki have rc- and Mrs. Stuessy, and the 'turned home after spending grandparents, Mr. and Mr.<. daughter o* Mirs. Amelia a week visiting their daugh- R^'P" sto11 Friday and Sat- Hoffman of Livermore, 'ters and sister in Grand - Riapids, Michigan and Oii- COMPLETES COURSE cago, Illinois. In Grand Rap- Army Private William L. ids, the y visited Mr. and Miller, 20, Whose parents, Mi. Mrs. Larry (Nancy) Hedbei-g and Mrs. Lawrence O. Mill- and family. Flying from . er and wife Phyllis, live in ; Grand Rapids, they viisilted Dennis Stoll of Eagle Grovo LuVerne completed a cook- In Chicago with Miss Lin- were Dennis s parents, Mr. ing course at Fort Leonard ; da and Cindy Rugg. While in and Mrs. Ralph urday while her parents attended the State Fair. Her grandparents took her home on Sunday. Sunday afternoon guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. of Lu- 1 —U ^ir^m*r*r WW A V* V • r\l~l PI. ill'l 11 —— *._». v .._»^ .WMQQI !»•.«•-•«. m-m, . ,. Wood, .Missouri, August 18. 'Chicago, they attended Uis Verne, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim i';'Masoh CJabrji'Iowia; IK.' 'During the- 'course,^ he was^Sound of. Music" and also McCoy and two children of PV^t^-^iitSKni"^^^!^ in'cake aifd -p1^'- !jl visited the zoos there. ,- ,.Des Movries v :,Mrs.;McCoy is fittl r :Ioii«: : 'Mr: ft i^-^»f« ;J '''ltaild^; : - t 'me^ «ifiK»ito onH '"^ Word has been received fhe former Eleanor Peterson, -'Mr/ Vote, Cowrie, Iowa; Mr. and : Mrs. Dale Anderson, Lake Milk, Iowa; Mr. and Mra. Milo Blanshan, Forest dty, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Everling and children, TUtonka, Iowa; Mrs. Marylin Claas, Watertown, Wisconsin; Mr. and Mrs. Feas, Albert Lea, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Anderson, Britt, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Olson, Minnea- polif,; Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Anderson, Britt, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Lyell Dillon, Mason City, la • Mrs. Percy Loomer, Britt, Iowa; Mrs: fit- ta Dang, Rockwell, Iowa; Mrs. Edith Peterson, Albert Lea, Minnesota, .and Mrs. Beulah Arnold, Lake Mills, Iowa, ATTEND SHOWER Mrs. Bert DeNio and Mrs. Diiren Watts attended a pre- nupUal miscellaneous show- err ait St., Peter and Paul's Oatholic church at Boone, Sunday in honor of Miss Florine Weigel, bride elect of Ooliyii DeNio. There ' were 48 guests in attendance. The decorating there was carried out in the bride-elect's chosen colors of blue and while. Miss Jeannette and Jeanine Weigd, twin sisters of tlie bride elect had charge of entertainment. The mother* of Miss Weigel and Mr. De- Nio were presented blue mum corsages, with the bride elect wearing a white carnation corsage. Mr. DeNio and Miss Weigel will be married at a 10:00 am nuptial High Mass on Monday, September 4 at St. 'Pete? and Fjaui's Church in Boone. ATTINO WiDDING 'Mr/ and Mrs. Frank Gronbach of LuVerne and Mrs. Fr*d» Stuessy of Algona attended the wedding of Rob- tit Richaei, H, and Cheryl '^^^•^^vP^^^I WTJ* •'^•H a^lij^ai i*f^rW <l «l JSunday; Mr. Richaei, «, U the aon of Mr and MN. Robert Rwhael of Long California. Miss Sch- ibaikihg, meat cutting and learned to prepare and serve food in Army mess halls and in the field. AUXILIARY TO MEET The LuVerne American Legion Auxiliary w|iill have its regular monthly meeting Monday evening, September 4 as planned. Hostesses will be Florence Stewart and Ann Bjustrom. A notice to all members that dues must bo paid, so as to get credit at the conference. Thursday guests of Mrs. Myrtle Eggeltson wiere her sister in law, Mrs. Ada Reas oner of Albany, Oregon and her daughter, Mrs. Delbert Lang of Cylinder, Iowa. Mrs. Robert Chambers of Corwith was a Friday morning guest in the home of Mrs, Myrtle Eggelston. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schneider of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. BUI Garrison of Humboldt attended tlin Mercury Automobile Show in Minneapolis on Friday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dettman of Elgin, Illinois visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Albert Schneider for several days last week. Guests in the Albert Schneider home have been their daughters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford (Jeanette) Reed, Sanford Jon, and Sarah of West Covina, Oalif.. and Mr. and Mrs. Jon (Janelle) Gardner, Kelly, and Johnnie of Northridge, Calif., The Gardners left Thursday lor their home, while tlio Reed family, who is spending some time at the Lakes, will return to spend a few days in the parental Albert Schneider home before departing for California. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Richardson of Slater were also guests ui 'the Schneider home last week- Mr, and Mr». Adolph Kooster have had as guests in their home, Mr. and Mis. LuVern Word has been received Here of the birth of a 8 Ib. teacher in the 2 oz. son, Brian Joseph to School system several years Major and Mrs. Lyell Holm- a g°- Mr - M^y is a teacher es of Yuma, Arizona at a Yuma Hospital Saturday, August 26. Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Raihm, R. R., Algona, Iowa are the grandparents and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes, LuVerne are the paternal grandparents. Major and Mrs. Holmes have two in the Des Moines Schools. Oarrel and Darin Stoll returned to their home in Eagle Grove after spend- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll. Darrel and Darin are the sons of Mr. and Mlrs. Dennis Stoll. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll at Whose home the dinner was held and Mrs. James Walker of Algona. Mrs. Patricia Harper and older daughters, Julie and attended a^dinner^in Jackie. "* """ ' Mr. and Mrs.' Melvin (Bud) Kubly accompanied their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Meyer and ohil dren to Minnesota where they visited over the weekend with their sons and brothers and their families, Mr. and Mrs. John Kubly at Zunv bro Falls and Mr. and Mrs, Larry Kubly and children at Lake City. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hendlerson and flam- ily were his sisters and their SEE BACK PAGE OF TODAY'S PEACH FOR BIG USED CAR SALE TAYLOR MOTOR CO. Algona fires rolling GOOD/YEAR .on-the<Farm S*rvlct. Prompt Repairs Add llfo To Your Tlrt* SEE US OR CALL US for fait, dopondablo tiro forvlce HATS RfPAIRID PROMPTLY TRACTOR TIRIS RILUOOID TUN VAlVIf RIPLACIO LIQUID FILLING DRAINID AND RIPLACID •hon. M f fur service NILTOIT8 SHNLMR SEIVNf FREE Parktr 186-Bi. Gravity Box ... With each Brady 144 4-row Stalk Cutter purchased or ordered in September. Carroll Garago and Impitmenl LuVerne USE THE "PEACH' TO REACH 27,000 HOMESI 194.26 ACRE FARM, VERNON TOWNSHIP, HUMBOLDT COUNTY, IOWA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1967 AT 1:30 P.M. The executor of the Hattic B. Baker Estate will offer at public auction the following real estate located in Vernon Township, Humboldt County, Iowa: The West Fractional Half of the Northwest Quarter (75.65 acres), and the Northwest Fractional Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (38.61 acres), and the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, and the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter, all in Section 7, in Township 93 North, Range 27, West of the 5th P.M., in Humboldt County, Iowa. located 2 miles south of LuVerne, Iowa. The Fractional 80 in the West Half of the Northwest Quarter will first be offered separately, followed by the offering of the balance of 118.61 acres. The entire farm will then be offered as a whole, and if the total bid price on the separate tracts is less than the bid price for the entire farm, sale will be made to the buyer bidding the highest price on the full 194.26 acres. There is located on the fractional 120 acres, a cattle barn with hay shed in center, approximately 44 x 44; hay shed, 30 x 20; corrugated steel machine shed 30 x 20; corn crib 30 x 28; steel grain bin; well house; barn; and concrete feed floors. The fractional 80 acres is unimproved. TERMS 10% down day of sale; balance March 1, 1968, when merchantable title and possession will be delivered. The 1967 taxes, due in 1968, to be paid by seller. HOUSE Following the sale of the farm real estate there will be offered in LuVerne, Iowa, the following house described as: ; ,/r. Commencing at a point 50 feet west of the southeast qorner of Block 9, of the 'Original plat of LuVerne, Kossuth County, Iowa, thence north 75 feet; thence ' west 96 feet; thence south 75 feet; thence east 96 feet to the point of beginning. TERMS Sale is made subject to lease to March 1, 1968. Will assign lease and rental due October 1, 1967. Seller will pay 1967 taxes due in 1968. 10% down day of sale. Settlement and possession October 1, 1967. Three bedrooms upstairs with bath; 3 rooms downstairs; full basement. HATTIE B. BAKER ESTATE C. M. BAKER, EXECUTOR Baker Miller A Baker, Attorneys HOUSE THIKMT, SETT. 71k 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. HUMBOLDT, IOWA MR. AND MRS, GUY KNIGHT HOME DIRECTIONS: 1 mile South and Ms mile West of Humboldt, Iowa. Just follow the OPEN HOUSE signs! NORDAAS AMERICAN HOMES THIS NEW NORDAAS AMERICAN HOME OPEN FOR YOU TO SEE! Includes Plumbing, Wiring, Birch Cabinets. Built on Owner's Foundation. PRICES FROM $5484 W For 2-itdroom Homes $6994°° For 3-8«dfoom Homtf Inclycjing 70% of ^Carpentry Wprk Done UPIN MUUSl UISIUUNI Frst NO OBLIOiATIQN UPlhi HUU^> UlbLUUNI NORDAAS AJJKMCAN MINNEWTA LAKE, yiNNE»QTA Qnf of tmtrtti't (rtftll Hou»t *od Moi»l fuii<ttr», fi

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