Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1967 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1967
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Six injured in crash west of Livermore Livermore — Six persons were injured in a two-car crash at the -intersection of highways 222 and 169 just south of St. Joe about 4 p.m. last Tuesday. The accident occured when Larry Smith, 18, of Maillard, was driving north on 169 ami ^attempting to turn onto 222 as Mrs. Eunice J, Strait, 34, of Bode, was going south on 169. Smith and.his father ware troated for lacerations and contusions at a Humboldt doctor's office. Mrs. Strait, daughter, Kay 8, were taken to St. Ann hospital for treatment of cuts and bruises. Mrs. Strait was returning from St. Joe where she had picked up a load of school children. Among those injured were Susan Berte, 10 and Sheryl Baric, 7, children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berte. They were treated at Humboldt for minor injuries. Patrolman Charles Bird ami the Humboldt's sheriff's office investigated and charges for an improper left turn were filed against Smith. Both cars had heavy damage. UPW MEET The United Presbyterian Women met at the farm home of Mrs. Blwood Rummens Wednesday afternoon. The hostess gave the devotions and twelve members answered roll call. The President Mrs. Jessamine Miller conducted the business meeting and the chairman of the nominating committee', Mrs. Norman Scott, reported that the following officers had been nominated for next year, Mrs. Jessamine Miller, President, Mrs. John Olson, Vice- President, Mrs. Guy Ramey, secretary and Mrs. Lawrence Frederick, treasurer. Mrs. Azile Dolder gave the lesson and lunch was served by the hostess. at Pueblo this fail Mr*. Henry Gfdh *•» th« wininier of the years supply of Coco-Cola at the drawing at 'Sawyer's Super Valu, MM. Wiyllii Zelmet and children of Boone spent the weekend in the John Zeimet home. Sunday visitors in. the Zeimet home were Mr. and Mrs. George Diers and family and Mrs. H. W. Zeimet of Bancroft. MM. Norman Seott accompanied Mrs. Dale Joiner and daughter Sharon to Mason City on Tuesday where Sharon entered Hamilton College. She wiH take a course on Computers and business. Mrs. Martha King and Clifton went to St. Paul over the' Labor Day weekend and visited in the Harold King home where other members of the King family living in St. Paul and Dwight King, wife and two girls of Santa Clara, California met for a family reunion on Sunday. The Dwight King family flew from Calif ornia. Lois (Becky) Serebrin, a 1967 Twin Rivers graduate, is attending Junior college at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Frederick, who accompanied her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ncal of Mason City, left last Wednesday for Livingston, Montana where they will visit in the home of their sister, Mrs. Royal Dressbach and will also visit in the homes of several nieces and nephews in the area before returning home. A large crowd attended the Old Settlers Picnic at the Log Cabin Park on Saturday with ideal weather prevailing. Women's Bowling League L 0 1 1 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 Mr. and Mrs. Dick Coleman of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ankenbauer of Duncombe and Mr. and Mrs. Don Wolf of Pooahontas spent the weekend in Minneapolis. They •also attended the ball game. Diane and Richard, children of the Dick Cole man's stayed at the Don Nelson home in Humboldt, while their pair- emts were gone. Mrs. Nick Klein and Leverna and Mrs. Dick Coleman of Livermore and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Albus of Humboldt spent Thursday visiting at the James Albus home in Waterloo. Leverna Klein remained •at the Albus home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Coleman, Diane and Richard of Livermore have returned from a weeks vacation where they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Albus of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs, Ard Coleman of Lyle, Minnesota and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kellner in Stewart- man is employed at the Neilsen DX station at LuVerne. Charles Howard entered Lutheran Hospital at Fort Dodge last week as a medical patient. John Hosford who has been a medical patient at the Veterans Hospital in DCS Moines for a couple of weeks, underwent major surgery last Thursday. Mrs. Hosford spent several days in Des Moines and stayed with her mother, Mrs. Alice Smith. He is progressing satisfactorily. The following ladies went to the home of Mrs. Martin Miller Thursday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday: Miss Florence Altman, Mrs. J. C. Kelly, Mrs. Dora Gronbach, Mrs. Jacob Mioh- elson, Mrs. Corniel Smith and Mrs. Hattie Miller. They brought the lunch and birthday cake. Canasta way played during the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson and Ruth drove to McGregor on Saturday where they met their brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Olson and five children of Madison, Wis., and spent the holiday weekend camping out. They all returned home Monday evening. Mrs. Robert White and son John accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. DeVerne Holmes drove to Des Moines on Sunday where they visited Mr. White, who is a patient at the Veteran's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Walls have returned home after driving out to Colorado Springs, where they visited in the home of their daughter 'and son in law, the Merritt Neals. Their grandson Greg will be entering his second year at the State College W Livermore Bank ________ 8 Dasen Oil Co. __________ 7 Bode Co-op ...... __________ 7 Livermore Co-op _______ 5 3 Imperial Cafe ____________ 4 4 Baker Truck Lines _____ 3 M&M Feeds _____________ 3 Watkins _____ , __________ 3 Sawyer Super Valu ____ 2 Bode Locker _____________ 2 Livermore Ins. _______ 2 Livermore Lanes _______ 2 High Team 3 Games Livermore State Bank _. 2216 Bode Co-op ___________ 2061 Dasen Oil Co. __________ 2004 High Team Game Livermore State Bank ___ 777 Livermore State Bank __ 767 Bode Co-op _____________ 728 High Ind. 3 Games Jean Larsen ____________ 541 Mary Hansen . _________ 475 Marilyn 'Lane ___________ 468 High Ind. Game Jean Larsen, ___________ 203 Mary Hansen ---------- 179 Marge Wilson __________ 178 Lu Verne Sp/5 and Mrs. Jim Lenz are living at Windy Hill Village, Williamsburg, Virginia, while Jim is stationed at Fort Eustis, Virginia. Sp/5 Lenz returned from one year of duty in Vietnam, on August 1, after which he spent a 30 day furlough in the homes of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lenz and family, and his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake and Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake and Robert spent last Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blake and Juan, in Walthill, Nebraska. Circle II* met in the home of Mrs. Carl Swanson, Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 6, with 9 members present. Mrs. Lyle Shelton led the devotions and iMrs. Bill Jergensen had the lesson. Mrs. Jess Jergensen, Chairman, presided over the business meeting. Roll call was answered with "My Vacation". Plans for the Smorgasbord were discussed, $10.15 was realized from the Auction. Mr. and Mrs. George Eason of Canyon, Texas, have returned to their home after spending some time visiting Mrs. Eason's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Daley and daughters, Mary and Linda and with relatives in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Daley were hosts to a family picnic at their home on Sunday, September 3. Mr. Eason is a Professor of Music at West Texas State University at Canyon. Mary Daley has returned to Des Moines after spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Daley and sister Linda. Mary, who attended A.l.B. College in Des Moines will be employed, starting Monday, in the Actuarial Department of the Central Life Assurance Company in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake were in Springfield, Illinois, last week where they attended the Regional Conference of the Order of the Golden Rule. The Order of the Golden Rule is an organization of 1300 carefully selected Funeral Homes in the United States. 6-^-Alfena (Iowa) Advane* THURSDAY, SEPT. 14,1947 Tribune Richard Steil, Karen Cooke, are married LuVerne — Karen Sue Cooke of Lime Springs, Iowa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooke was united in marriage to Richard W. Steil, son of Mrs. Lucille Steil and the late William Steil of Lu> Verne, on August 26, at the Sacred Heart Church in Livermore at 10:00 a.m. with Father J. G. Skahlll officiating in the double ring ceremony. Dennis and Bill Steil served as altar boys. Mrs. Larry Kraft, sister of the bride, of Renwick was matron of honor. Judy Cooke of Emmetsburg and Norma Heinen of Lu- Verne were bridesmaids and wore gowns matching the matron of honor. Kristie Jo Clark of Des Moines was the little flower girl. .Ed Steil, brother of the groom served as best man, with Larry Cooke of Lime Springs, brother of the biido and Tom Steil, brother oif the groom, as groomsmen. Derrick Clark of Des Moines was ring bearer. Ushers warn Duane Heinen, Dale Clark, Larry Kraft and Bob Joens. The bride was given away by her father before an altar decorated with two lavender flower arrangements. The pews were tied with lavender and white bows. Mrs. Frances Collins of Livermore was the organist with Mr. and Mrs. Peterson of Coul ter, Nebraska and Mrs. Ray Welter of Bode as the choir. A reception dinner was held in the church basement with Joyce Steil and Bill Wolf as dining room host and hostess. The dinner made by Mi', anid 'Mrs. Jerry Newton of Humboldt was served to 225 guests. Mrs. Dick Wetzel, aunt of the bride and Mrs. Veiva Birnibaumer, aunt of tha groom served the wedding cake. Lavender flowers decorated the tables. The wedding cake was made by Mrs. Velva Birnbaumer. The bridal couple left on a honeymoon to various parts of Minnesota. They will live on a farm near LuVerne, farming in partnership with his mother. The bride is a graduate of Crestwood High School at Cresco with the class of 1966 and has bee.i working as a Nurse Aid at St. Mary's in Rochester, Minn. The bridegroom graduated from Boone Valley High School at 'Renwick in 1959. Towns represented at the wedding were Wayzata, St. Paul, . Eden Valley, Minneapolis, Rochester, Minnesota, Spencer, Lime Spririgs, Chester, Fort Dodge, Emmetsburg, Renwick, Hardy, Livermore, Olarioni, Humboldt, Eagle Grove, Algona, Reinbeck, Charles City, Greene, and LuVerne, and Coulter, Nebraska. 'Mrs. Lucille Steil was hostess to a wedding rehearsal dinner at a cafe in Bode the evening before the wedding. The bridal party included 25 guests, Wednesday afternoon^ Sept 8. Seven members answered the roll call with "My FaVof« He Hymn" Lucinda Stone gave devotions and ftbo had the lesson. Pern Neal had Mr. and Mrs. Albtfrt Fish of Oorwith. George Storey of LU- Verne attended tile meeting for one day. Mr*. Florence Burgardt of Holl of th* Town of LuVef ne on the 30fh ddy of Auguit, 1967. thf.fn*^- Ino wo* eolied to ofdef ot 7:30 P.M. by the Mayof, Jdrnw L. Moltofy, wtw presided. Upon o call of the roll of the Council, prtient were Main**, Gfonboth, Zehtnef and Lbwion. Absent was Nielsen. ..,._. A resolution was Introduced and adopted authorising the charge of the business meet Q^^i^ ."SrRk^ HTiT 1 ? 7 portiST w of"^S»d'LvS; Ol ixiverne street to The Borden Compony for $10.00 and approving deed to the pre- Tho Mayor was authorized to Sunday. Chariot Hint who hat boon a medical patient at Hancock County (Memorial Hospital returned to his home on' Friday, September 8. >• 1EGAL NOTICES Brink-Wickett wedding ing. Lunch was served by the g^g,,^ t j,e The J J Club mot Fridav anniversary,, Of Mif, and Mrs. defit'er sold deeeTafter publication of tftlSoon With a M iSJ Lyle IHUon:ofT«a«>nC«y On notice and cordon,, with Section luncheon at the LuVerne town park with ten members answering the roll call. Officers for the 1967-68 year are as follows. President, Jean Elbert; Vice-president, Faye Lichty; Secretary, Harriet Schulz; and Treasurer, Florence Stewart. . Mr. and Mrs. Harding Hanson became the parents of a 'baby girl, Saturday, September 9 at the Hancock County Memorial Hospital in Britt. This makes a family of five children, 3 daughters, 2 sons, for the Hansons. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Thomas of Minneapolis, Minnesota, were weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Thomas's mother, Mrs. Gustie Patterson, and brothers, Jerry and Denny. Attending the elevator directors meeting at Spirit Lake from Tuesday until Thursday were 'Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schipull, Tommy Miller, Edwin Hanselman, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Legler of LuVerne and LuVerne — Nancy Brink became- the bride of John Wickett, Saturday, Sept. 2 in a 7:30 p.m. double ring ceremony at the LuVerne Methodist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allyn Brink of LuVerne. Mr. WickeWs parents are Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Wiokett also of Lu- Verne. The Rev. Roy Biesemeyer .officiated at the double ring ceremony. Serving as the bride's attendants were her sisters, Mrs. Ben Hefty, LuVerne as Card of Thanks bride in Elementary Education and the groom in Physical Education. The groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Wickett were hosts to a rehearsal dinner for the bridal party at Tre- loars Inn in Fort Dodge on Friday evening. Circle II of the WSCS met Wednesday afternoon alt the home of Melinda Swanson with 9 members present. The roll call was answered by "My Vacation." Devotions were given by Marjorie Shelton. Laurine Jergensen had the Denny Legler, ton of the Ray Leglers left Monday from Fort Dodge by bus to Moline, 111., where he boarded a plane for Washington, D, C. Denny is a student at. Gaulladet College for the Deaf in Washington, D. C. During his two weeks visit with his parents and brothers here, he also visited from Tuesday until Thursday with friends in Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pergande attended the funeral for Mrs. iMrs. Dan Lothe at Thor on Tuesday. Dr. and Mr$. Kermit Larsen and daughter of Austin, Texas were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pergande last week. Mr. Larsen who is a nephew of Mrs. Pergande is an instructor at the U. of Texas in Austin. Mr. and Mr*. Doug Holmes and Jeff of Ames were weekend guests in the parental Clifford Holmes home. Circle III of the WSCS of the Methodist Church held their regular monthly meeting, Wednesday afternoon, September 6 at the home of Anna Jensen with nine members in attendance. Roll call was answered with a verse from Mathews. Maude Brink gave devotions and Ann Bjustrom had the lesson. Matron of Honor, Mrs. Rob- lesson.. Lunch was served by ert Larsen, Story City, as tne hostess, bridesmaid and her sorority Cire l e one °* * ne WSCS of sister, Marcia Brix, Atlanltic, tne Methodist Church melt at as bridesmaid. 'the home of Eleanor Kubly, William Wickett, LuVerne, brother of the groom was best man. Groomsmen were Daryl Trauger, LuVerne and Willie Williams, New Providence, la. both friends of the groom. Flower girl was Jeanna Krause, LuVerne, and ring bearer was Brent Hefty, Lu- Verne, nephew of the bride. Ushers were Ben Hefty, Lu- Verne, Robert Larsen, Sltory City, Larry Hested, Lohrville. Candlelighters were Ben Hefty and Robert Larsen. Gift Pages were Steven Wickett, LuVerne and Christopher Hansen, Bloomington, Minnesota. Organist was Mrs. Dale Braynard, Madrid, Iowa, aunt of the bride. The soloist was Dennis Hoohr of Newell, Iowa A reception was held in the Methodist Church parlors with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dudley, LuVerne as host and hostess. Mrs. Curt Nicholson, Colorado Springs, Colorado had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Joe Thorn, LuVerne, served the punch. Elaine Schnakenberg, LuVerne, and Stacie Hansen, Bloomington, Minn, poured the coffee. Mrs. William Wickett and Suzanne Dudley cut the cake. Waitresses were Clara Schnakenberg, Sheri Hesse, Thea Heide, and Colleen Johns. Jane Hantelman, Mrs. Eugene Hefty and Mrs. Duane Greene opened the gifts. The following towns were represented: Eaton, Colorado, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Morris, Minn., Bloomington, Minn., Peoria, 111., Galva, 111., Milo, Norwalk, Des Moines, Lohrville, Hudson, Newell, Spirit Lake, Woodward, Elkhorn, Osage, Colo., Bondurant, and LuVerne, plus many other Iowa towns. The bridal couple left for their honeymoon to northern Minnesota, where they will spend some time at the Wickett cabin on Lake McKeown. They will be at home at Madrid, Iowa. They will cont'.nue their studies at Iowa Sta'13 University in Ames where they are both juniors, the CARD OF THANKS—I would . like to thank all my friends; neighbors and relatives for their cards and visits while I was a patient at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge, also a special "thank you" to Pastor Mueller for his prayers. Anna KJawitter 71 CARD OF THANKS—I would like to express my most sincere thanks to all my friends, neighbors, and relatives for their cards, gifts, and visits while I was a patient at the Britt Hospital and since returning home. These kind deeds will never be forgotten. Charles Hinz. 71 LIOAL NOTICI Notice Is hereby given that the Town of LuVerne, Iowa, proposes to convey to The Borden Company a portion of Linn Street in the Town of LuVerne, Kossuth County, Iowa, described as follows: Commencing ot the northwest corner of Out Lot B of Western Town Lot Company's 4th Addition to the Town of Whitman, now LuVeme, thence easterly on the north line of said Out Lot B a distance of 273.25 feet, thence northerly at right angles a distance of eight (8) feet, thence westerly along a line parallel to the north line of said Out Lot B to the right-of-way of the Chicago & North Western Railway Company, thence southeasterly along the east line of said roilroojd right-of-way to the point of beginning, for the sum of Ten Dollars ($10.00). Said proposal will be acted upon by the Town Council at the council meeting to be held on the 2nd day of October, 1967 in the Town Hall in LuVerne, Iowa. This notice is given by authority of the Town Council and pursuant to Section 368.39 of the Code of Iowa. Doted at LuVerne, Iowa this 30th day of August, 1967. /S/ HAROLD TRAUGER Harold Trauger Town Clerk Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algono, Iowa, Sept. 7 ond 14, 1967. SUMMARY OF MINUTES OF PROCEEDINGS OF TOWN OF LUVERNE The Town Council of LuVerne, Iowa met in special session in the Town 368.9 of the Code of Iowa. Meeting was duly adjourned at 10:30 b M. /S/ Harold G. Traugef Harold G. Trauger - Town Clerk APPROVED: /$/ James L. Mollory . James L, Mai lory - Mayor Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algono, Iowa, Sept. 14, 1967. TOWN OF LUVERNt COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Sept. I, IM7 Council met In -regular session with Mayor Mallory presiding. CounCilmen present: Holmes, Lowson, and Gronbach. Councilmen absent: Nielsen and Zentner. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The following bills were read by the Clerk. I. P. S. Co ............... * Rollond C. Walline ...... Fred W. Goetsch ........ Harold Trauger ---,. ...... N. W. Bell Telephone ____ Advance Pub. Co, ------Nielsen's DX ........... Fred Goetsch ............ LuVerne Bldg. Co ......... Sadie Wagner ............ Lowell's Skelly .......... Tuloma Gas Co ..... ----Curtis Chapin ........... Clarence Him ........... Ed Elbert ............... Myron Him ............. Bertie Ramus ____________ Motion by Gronbach and seconded by Lawson to allow the bills as read. Motion carried. Motion by Holmes and seconded by Lawson to set the Ambulance rates at a $30.00 minimum plus lOc per mile round trip. Oxygen, etc.' to be charged extra. Motion carried. Motion to adjourn. H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk ' Receipts for Auguit, W7 209.73 316.13 92.10 111.50 29.81 28.06 61.91 165.00 17.71 4.00 22.05 875.00 30.11 10.00 10.00 7.50 5.00 Street .Public Safety Mun. Ent. ' Utilities Road Use Tax Liquor Profit Total ---. $ 30.00 45.00 - .. 10.00 65.67 222.81 316.86 51.67 S 741.01 Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 14, 1967. LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. D. BRAINERD V OFFICE HOURS Wotk D«y» Saturdays 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5.00 8.30 to 12:00 l:00t«:00 CloMd all day Wednesday LuVetfie, Iowa Phone M2422I IF NO ANSWER, CALL 882-3304 Plans were completed for the smorgasbord to be held in the church on the evening of September 28. Evening Stir Circle of the WSCS met Thursday evening, September 7 at the home of Doris Barber with 12 'members present. Marvel Eggel- stoh gave devotions Lucille Ramus had the lesson. Flans were made for the sraorgas- 'bord at the church Sept. 28. Lunch was served by the hostess. Welch 1*1 lei) Mop« i*ew ond Ml foolball on NIC-TV. Chiyllir 300 Cof •««*!• The 1968 Chryslers are here. The 1968 Chryslers ore all new. 5 series wide, 15 models deep. With no small versions. New Yorker—our most luxurious Chrysler. 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