Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1967 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1967
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tx-Livermore druggist dies at Indianola Livermore — Funeral service's were held Saturday, Sept 16 at Indianola for William G. Slack, 82, who died Thursday at the Jefferson Nursing Home after a long illness. . Mr. Slack, a pharmacist, owned the local Drug store while they lived in Livermore, selling out to the late Joe Sanders. •While in Livermore they lived in the .present Daryl Baker home. Survivors are a son, a brother, 2 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. JUNIOR CONFERENCE * The 8th District Junior Auxiliary Conference was held Saturday, Sept. 9 at tho Sacred Heart School in Fort Dodge .with an all day meeting. One hundred and twenty- five registered with ten counties represented. The Processional started at 10 o'clock and the Livermore group led the singing of the National Anthem. Janice Thul, president of the Livermore Auxiliary and the 8th District Junior Chairman presided at the business meeting. A gavel and ball were presented to the Carroll group who had the largest increase in membership, this is a traveling trophy. New officers were elected as follows: Cindy Peterson of West Side, Chairman, iMary Zeimet of Livermore, Vice Chairman, Kathy Stengel of Carroll, Secretary, Cindy Logan of Pocahontas, Chaplain and Jackie McGov- orn of Cowrie, Sargeant-at- Arms. AUXILIARY MEETS The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall Monday evening with the President, Mrs. John Hosford, presiding at the business meeting. Sixteen members answered roll call. Mrs. Bob Gronbach was pianist for the singing and playing of taps. The minutes of the last meeting were read by the secretary, Mrs. E. J. Kollasch and the treasurer, Mrs. Clarence Werling gave the financial report. Several membership fees were paid. Lunch was served , by Mrs. Howard Barton, Mrs. Pete Malkmus and Mrs. Louis Carman. Cards were the evening's entertainment. TWO BABIES BAPTIZED Two babies were baptized Immanuel Lutheran Rev. Wm. Stock Livermore Thursday, Sept. 21 7:00 p.m. — Choir rehearsal. 8:00 p.m. — Joint meeting of the Walthcr League and the Married Couples' Club. Saturday, Sept. 23 9:00 a.m. — Bible School. Sunday, Sept, 24 9:00 a.m. — Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:00 a.m. — Divine Worship. 2:30 to 7:30 p.m. — Regional Youth Officers' Conference at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Fort Dodge. 7:30 p.m. — Bible Institute at West Bend. CARD OF THANKS—I wish to thank all my friends, neighbors, and relatives for the lovely cards and other good well wishes I received while I was a patient in the hospital. Also a special thanks to Rev. Hindman for his visits and prayers. May God Bless you all. Mrs. Mary Marty. 73* during church services" at the -*f<*byt6fi,itt church with ttev. Ralph Hindmah officiating fit the bai>f,ism. Those baptized were Charles Lee* son of M,-. and Mrs. Maurice Olson and Susan Aflene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Morey. Sponsors tot Susan were a great aunt and uncle, Mr. end Mrs. Howard Morey of Mallard. A family picnic dinner was held later at the Log Cabin Park in honor of Susan's baptism. *—A»*efl« (l*w«) Actone* THURSDAY, S6PT. 21,1M7 Birial km for UHLENBAKE SON A boy weighing 8 Ibs, 2 ozs., was born to Mr. and •Mrs. Roger Uhlenbake of Evansdale on Sept. 6. This makes four boys and four girls in the family. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Behounek. Mrs. Behounek went to Evansdale to stay with the family while the mother was in the hospital. Liver mere — Graveside rites were held at the Livermore Union cemetery Friday afternoon for L. B. Jones of Storm Lake, a former resident. Mr. Jones had been in ill health for some time and was hospitalized in Storm Lake at the time of his death. The family moved from Livermore sever- years ago. WSCS MEET The WSCS of the Methodist Church met at the church Wednesday afternoon with 16 members answering roll call. Mrs. Gene Benjamin, the President conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Margaret Howard gave the lesson and the Pledge Service followed. -Mrs. Edwin VerSteeg was hostess and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Seger of Las Vegas arrived last week to visit in the home of her -father, Ernest Logue and his folks, the John Segers of Humboldt and with other relatives. Mrs. Nelle Beigger, formerly of LuVerne, who has been a patient at the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge since May 13 is now staying at the Care Center in Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Zeimet •and family have moved into the former Ohet Crow farm place which they recently bought. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin (Shorty) Siegele of Aberdeen, S. D., visited in the home of his sister, the Karl Baessler's Last week. Mrs. Lloyd Miller of Clear Lake and her daughter Bonnie Miller, beauty operator of Lake Mills, were visitors in the home of Mrs. Corniel Smith Monday afternoon. Miss Judy Zeimet of Minneapolis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet, spent the •Labor Day weekend in the home of her parents. The following Thursday she left Minneapolis by plane for Santa Monica, Calif., to spend several days with her sister Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tedesco and family. Judy n employed at the University of Minnesota as an X-ray technician. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet •have returned home from Colorado Springs , Colo., where they spent Parents weekend over Labor Day with their son Richard, who is at the Air Force Academy near Colorado Springs. They report a very interesting weekend with receptions, open house of all the buildings and touring of the grounds. Richard also spent some time with his parents away from the academy. Before leaving Colorado Springs they also visited Mrs. Albert Weber and daughter Margie and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Pruitt and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whelton and family. After Labor Day they left for LeadviUe, Colo., Where they spent several days in the home of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Zeimet and family before returning home. POTATO — Believe it or not, a potato when dug from a patch on the Robert Widen farm north of Perry was found with a 30-30 shell imbedded in it. Apparently the shell was in the ground and the potato grew around it. Women's Bowling League W 11 10 8 7 6 6 L 1 2 4 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 8 10 Dasen Oil Co. -Livermore State Bank Livermore Co-op. . . .._ Bode Co-op. .. _. ______ Bdde Locker ... _____ ... Sawyer Super Valu . Livermore Ins. ___________ 5 Watkins ..... -- . ____ 5 Baker Truck Lines . 4 Imperial Cafe ...... ____ 4 M&M Feeds ..... ______ 4 Livermore Lanes .._..._ 2 High Team 3 Games •Livermore Co-op - - ________ 2049 Baker Truck Unes _______ 2017 Bode Locker _____ ..... ___ 2013 High Individual 3 Games Adelle Skillern ...... ______ 504 Anne Renquist _ _. ____ 499 Velma Fuhrmann ________ --_ 469 Team High Ind. Game Livermore Co-op - _______ 738 Watkins ____________________ 704 Bode Locker _____ ----- 703 Ind. High Single Game Anne Renquist _. ___________ 202 Mar veil Barton _______ 189 AdeHe Skillern __________ 186 Ex-LuVcrne resident dies in Wyoming LuVerne — Mrs."Alma Huff has received word of the death of her brother, Joseph G. (Si) Statiffacker,., formerly of LuVerrtc, at the Veterans Hospital in Cheyenne, Wyo., Sept. 6 after an illness of several months. Mr. Stauffacker was born and raised in the LuVerne community. He was a veteran of World War I. Mr. Stauffacker was united ' in marriage to Lucille Proctor at Mason City, May 24, 1961. They moved to Cheyenne, Wyo., about six years ago when he retired. She survives as does a son, Robert Stauffacher, a daughter, 'Helen Jean and his sister, Alma Huff. Funeral services,'with military riles, were held at the Fort McPherson National Cemetery near North Plattc, Neb. legal parents of, a year old daughter last week. Jackie Sue, who has been living "with the Blumer family since she was two months did has bee-i legally adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Blumer. Besides the new daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Blumer have two sons, Tim and David. . DATE SMORGASBORD The WSCS of the LuVerne Methodist Church will sponsor a Smorgasbord supper in the church parlors, September 28. Serving is to start at 5:00 and continue until all is served. The meats to be served include fried chicken, meat balls and ham. Price of the tickets are $1.50 for adults and 75c for children under 12. LuVerne Mr. and Mrs. Ben Speedling of Clarion were Sunday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Duren Watts and Duren Lynn. Sunday afternoon callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson were Mr. and Mrs. John Camelin of Corwith. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson were their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Davidson and Cathi of Adel, Iowa. On Sunday their son, Gordon Davidson and daughter, Luann of Burt, their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggelston and Delores of LuVetne, their granddaughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Gregerson and Jimmy of Rutland were visitors in their home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mitchell of Renwick on Friday. They also visited with Mr. Mitchells sister, Mrs, George Newberry who is a guest in the Mitchell home; Duane Neal entered the U. of Iowa Hospitals in Iowa City Monday morning where he will have surgery this week for a detached retina. He expects to be in the hospital for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs, Jay Pickett of Hawthorne, Calif., left Friday morning for their home after spending a week in the parental Earl Neal home and also visiting Mrs. Pickett's brother and family, the Duane Neals and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Pickett is the former Benona Neal. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Neal of Lu- Verne and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Pickett of Hawthorne, California were Tuesday evening din BUSINESS GRADUATE Connie Sanford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford of LuVerne graduated Sunday from Hamilton Business College in Mason City. The graduation exercise was held in the First Methodist Church in Mason City at 2 p.m. Attending were Connie's parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baumgartner of LuVerne. After the graduation, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford and Connie were guests in the home of Mr. and, Mrs. Von Escher in Mason City Connie is employed at the Interstate Power Company i:i Mason City. TO PL ANT TULIPS- The regular monthly meeting of the LuVerne Memorial Society was held Thursday afternoon, Sept. 14 in the City Hall. Emma Krause conducted the meeting in the absence of the President, Alice Hinjz. Sixteen members and 2 guests^ Mrs. Lucille Steil and Evelyn Marty were present. Emma Krause read a poem;, business discussed was to plant more tulips ini the cemetery. Bingo was played for entertainment. Hostesses were Luella and Violet Swiger and Molly Hedrick and Anna Neal. BROTHER DIES iMr. and Mrs. A. A. Schipujl. Mr. and - Mrs. Everett SchV pull and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barker attended the funeral of their brother and uncle, Carl Schipull at Goldfield 911 Saturday. Mr. Schipull, well- known retired farmer from the Goldfield area died Wednesday at Clarion. Funeral services were held at Goldfield with burial there. Also attending the services from the LuVerne area were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marty and Mrs. Emilie Kubly. GRADUATES SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Vern Daley attended the graduation of their daughter Linda from Hamilton Business College in Mason City on Sunday. The graduation was held at 2 p.m. at the First Methodist Church in Mason City with Robert W. Hamilton, President, and Eel- win D. Hrubes as featured speakers. A class of 123 received their diplomas. Linda is BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES "Completely App*int«d HWRM" •I • LUVIRNI « WIJLIY « TITQNKA • CQRWITH • MNWICK nor guests in the home of Mr. employed at Mutual Federal and Mrs, Russell Christensea Savings and Loan in Mason and family of Humboldt. Mrs, City. Christensen is the former Joyce Neal, daughter of the Du ane Neals. CHICKEN SUPPER The LuVerne Post of the SEEKS BOWLERS The LuVerne Ladies Bowling League is in need of women bowlers. Anyone wishing to bowl regular or substitute please call Marlys Stille as the League needs bowlers to fill the teams for the 1967-68 season. ,..-.... DATE BAKE SALE The LuVerne American Legion Auxiliary is sponsoring a bake sale Saturday, September 23 at the LuVerne Legion Hall. The selling of baked goods will start at 4:00 p.m. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Duren Watts and Duren Lynn were Mr.- Watt's aunt and. .uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Miller,,grandfather, Mr. W. L. Watts, all of Clarion and aunt, Miss Mabel Watts of Des Moines, Mrs. Bert Thomas of Lu- Verne and son, Dorrance of St. Paul, Minn., were Friday guests in the home of their niece and granddaughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Birnbaumer and children of Audubon. Dorrance Thomas of, St. Paul, Minn., is spending a •two week vacation yisit&mg his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas. , ; "... •.. ••} Mr. and Mrs. Jack Guy were hosts to a family gathering at their home on Sunday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Wilson, daughter-Gloria and friend, Steve Goldstein of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fisher of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Galen Heinkel of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith and friend of Algona, . Mr. Art Heinkel, brother of Charles Heinkel of Davenport, Mrs. Sula Frantz and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heinkel of Lu- Qramidi rites fer LuYtmt baby Sunday LuVerne -^ Graveside services for Todd A. Toohey, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Monte Toohey. were held Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Sacred Heart Cemetery in Livermore, with the Rev,«J. G. Skahill, pastor of the 'Sacred Heart Church bf-Livermbre officiating. The •Blake Funeral Home of Lu- Verne was in charge of'ar- rangements. The Toohey infant was born . Saturday at the Hancock County Memorhl Hospital at Britt. where he died later the same day. Survivors, are his parents: one sister, Theresa; a brother, Vernon; grandparents, Mrs. Helen Toohey, LuVerne; and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Neimeyer, Humboldt. , Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schipull for t the past several days have 'been Mr! Schipull's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schipull of Arlington, Virginia. 'The Schipulls left for their home in Virginia •Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Stewart have had as guests in their home the past week, Mr. end Mrs. R. A. Talbert of Springfield, Missouri and Mrs. Verna Bloom of Long Beach, California. Mrs. Talbert and Mrs. Bloom are sisters of Mr. Stewart, The visitors left for their respective homes on Monday. The LuVerne Homemakers Club will have a pot luck picnic, luncheon at the city park on Wednesday, September 27. '" '- .''.... \ Bob Blumer of Eagle Grove and formerly of LuVerne has returned home after being a surgical patient at Lutheran ^Hospital in, -Fort : ,Dodge ; .;f6r the past ten ;days. ; ;VK>;< Mr. and Mrs. Detain Blum. er and family of LuVerne .and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blumer and family, of; Eagle Grove were Sunday evening guests in the .parental Robert Blumer, Sr. home. "v" iMrrand MrsfEli Bagef have ; !'left fort in extended svisit to Colorado'Where they will visit in the home of their son 'and family, Mr.'and Mrs. Eli Ba'ger and Regina Dee. »»»«»««*»•»»«»»•»«•»«»» Irvington About 300 people attended. Dinner guests Sunday of the Clarence Slemers were Mrs. Siemer's sister, Mrs. Helen Hanig, Ackley, and Mrs. Hanig's daughter, the Harvie Kampman family, Dumont, and the Phil Arndorf- ers. St. Benedict. Mrs.'Marie Colwell, Algona, and Mrs, Florence Colwell. Irvington 1 . drov6 to Jackson, Minn., Sunday, where Mrs. Florence Colwell remained and will spend a week visiting relatives. Mrs. Durwood Walker and Kevin and Kirt, accompanied by Mrs. Walker's mother, Mrs. Charles Reaper, wero visitors Saturday at Dean Culbertson'c, Lone Rock, for the Culbcrtson son Danny's 7th birthday. A picnic for Mrs. Ray Funk visiting here from Ft. Bragg, Calif., was held in the Educational building at the Fairgrounds Sunday. Attending were the Clifford Beadles. Swea City, the Roscoe Mawcls- Icys, Jr. and the Duane Mawdsleys, Burt, Richard Schulz and children, De.s Moines, and Mrs. Dorothy Schulz, also, of Des Mpines,. who is visiting here, the' George McVays, Algona, Ronald Sabins, Harold Sabins, and Mrs. Hazel Sabin of this area. The Roger Nelsons, Moline, 111., and Melvin Nelson, Silvis, 111., visited last week at-Har- old'Sabin's, Roger is a cousin of Mrs. Sabin .and Melvin is her uncle. The Ray Metzcns and Dale Lynn and the William Robinsons were in Wisconsin, recently where they visited the Metzen's grandchildren, Tony and Tammy Metzeri.:\x ", Mrs. Lona Ziemet, Bancroft, is spending a week with her daughter, the Orville , Thills., -Harry Christensen, Humboldt,' is recovering at home after a week in the Lutheran hospital, ;Fort Dodge, where ; 'he was treated for an 'abscess dh'ristensens, 'formerly... lived in the Galbraitlf area. '.""'' The Clyde Dudleys' spent the weekend with the Corliss , Dudleys at Lohrville, and Mrs. Stella DeSart of Lake City. _ • _ ' . ^"lieith^Irayer, accornpanied byosomelyoung,people from the "Ottoseh and Irvington Presbyterian churches, attended a Youth Rally at Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon. Dubuque, who Stopped here to pick her up enroute. Mr?. Reavis is the former Diane Frankl. Mrs. Florence Larson sold her household furniture at a public sale Saturday and spent Sunday with the Cecil Jollif- fes, LuVerne. She returned here Monday, but will headquarter at the JolliffeS Until Thursday when she will go to West Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge, where she will reside temporarily. Mrs. Gerald Coleman and Mrs. Kenneth Roney t of the Irvington Presbyterian church the Rev/Ralph Hindman and Mrs. Myron Dudley, of the Livermore Presbyterian church attended Presbytery at Holland Tuesday. Mrs. Victor Applegate, Ames, and Mrs. -Clarence Gardner, Bpone, visited the Lawrence Millers here Friday. Saturday the Applegates left Ames for Greeley, Colo., for a week or ten days with the Daryl Swartzes. Rannona Mayer, Columbus, Ohio, left Thursday for her home after a week here visiting her parents, the Williani .Mayers, and other relatives and friends in the area. The Lawrence Millers were Clay county fair visitors last Sunday. , Guest night is planned by SUoeC.D.A. St ; Joe — Catholic Daughters of America met on Thursday for their first meeting of the fall season with Mrs. Marvin Reding, grand regent, presiding.. A ten dollar donation was sent to Father George at. St. Paul's Indian Mission in Muirc SnSrt Lnaiiman Court retreat will be held October 6 to 8 at the American Martyrs Retreat House at Cedar Falls .Reservations are to be made with the grand regent. The Court Ootober 1 at N. J. Weydert, regent has been appointed district deputy for meet Duane Greene has return- American Legion is sponsored home after spending the ing a barbequed chicken sup- past year in Viet Nam. Mrs. per Saturday evening, Septem- Greane, the former Darlene ber 23 at the Legion Hall. Goetsch, daughter of Mr. and Serving is to start at 5:30 un- Mrs. Fred Goetsch, and daugh- til 8:00 p.m. The price of the ter Angela have been living tickets is $1.25 for adults arid in LuVerne the past year with 75c for children under 12. the Goetsch's. Mr. Greene, This barbequed chicken is bie- who served with the U. S. ing prepared by professionals army in Viet Nam, made the who are adept to preparing acquaintance of his baby it in a very special way. daughter as she was born — while he was overseas, Mr. ADOPT DAUGHTER and Mrs. Greene and Angela Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blumer are now residing in Humboldt. of Eagle Grove became the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach attended a belated birthday dinner in honor of Mr. Gronbach's sister, Mrs. Amelia Hoffman at Livermore Sunday, also attending were Mrs. Freda Stuessy of Algona, Mrs. Dora Gronbach and Mrs. Lucille Gronbach of Livermore. Mrs. Nora Gronbach was hostess to her Canasta Club Thursday evening. Mrs. Fay Harmon won high with Anna Schneider winning low prize. Lunch was served by the hostess. . Mrs. Myrtle Eggelston, Lu- Verne and her daughter Miss Beulah Eggelston of West Des Moines were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chambers of Convith. Beulah Eggelston of West Des Moines is spending n weeks vacation visiting her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Eggelston in LuVerne and other relatives and friends. • Mrs, Myrtle Eggelston and daughters Beulah Eggelston of West Des Moines and Mrs. Opal Nygaard of Wesley left Thursday for Elmwopd, Wisconsin where they visited in the home of Mrs. Eggelstons sister, Mrs. Ora Clayton. They returned to LuVerne on Friday. The LuVerne Tuesday Club met Tuesday afternoon in tlhe home of Mrs. Ralph Davidson with seven members answering the roll call, Dora Marty had charge of the bus"'' iness meeting. Dues were collected and plans were made for the winter months. Lunch was served by the hostess. McLean »+»»•«»»»»»»»«»»+»»••»« Attending a Diocesan Counsel of Catholic Women's Day of Understanding at Garrigan high school .September 12 from this area were Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich, Mrs. Clarence Arndorfer, Mrs. Robert Mayer, Mrs. Dennis Lickteig, and Mrs. Robert Eischen. Others from the St. Benedict Parish who attended were Mrs. Gordon Hilbert, Mrs. Joa *Grandgenett, Mrs. Al . Kohl- haa.s, all of Convith, and Mrs. Roman Thill of Wesley, and Mrs. Vernon Plathe, LuVerne. Frankl went to Phoenix with : ^nt R^vwl i^ci i^Lf 6 ??' Mr. and:Mrs. Frank Rea,™ 27 ^ 6 oclock '» St- Joseph s ANSWER, CALL live MUSIC; Carl Peter's I SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23rd AT THE : BAMBOO LOUNGE 'LuVerne, Iowa SEE THE 1968 CHEVROLETS THURSDAY of Kossuth Motor Co., Algona—on display from 9 to 9

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