Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1967 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1967
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list survivor oflivemore finily dies — Word been received by friends of the death of Mrs. Janet His t*U, 77, of Durango, Colo., Sept; 12 with burial in ftu- rango, Mrs. ftistau is the last of the family of 5 of the late Mr. and Mrs. Amos A. Hewett, pioneers of the Livermore area. She is survived by a son, Louis E. French and wife of Kalamazoo, Mich., . two grandchildren and 3 great • grandchildren. Mrs. Ristau moved to Durango from Liv- more in 1950 and lived with her sister Mary who died two years ago. JUNIOR AUXILIARY MEET The Junior Auxiliary met ait the Legion Hall Saturday afternoon with sixteen members and one guest, Tammy 'MoKennia, present. The President, Janice Thul conducted the business meeting. Election of Officers was held with the following being elected: President, Denisc Logue, Vice-President, Denise Behounek; Secretary, Pamela Gronbach; Treasurer, Mary Renquist. They will be installed at .the October meeting. Mrs. Richard Thul will again be their leader. Denise and Patrice Logue were in Charge of entertainment and Susie Eisenbarth served lunch. Mr. and Mrt. Clifford Baker and Mr. and Mrs. John Bertc of Kanawha attended a Baker family picnic dinner at Gotch Park in Humboldt Sunday. Others present were Mr. and. Mrs. Richard Wiuff of Humboldt and members of their family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil fitter of ftnfneUtMff and member* of their family and art Mrs. Maurice Myere and ^^^^^^J^^U^A ' aa^E (MMA jljk^bAi^ • ' menmn or ner lanniy. M«. Aitla Ml* Mri *** favid wefi recent weekend guorta in thi Delmar McEnt- offer horn* at BrtU. Mr, and Mr*. Dtcfc Craft and son Scott accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Norman Scott Visited in the thiittfe SMthoff home in Humboldt one eve^ ning recently. Mf • anal Mrit Mai tin Milwr spent several days at Cass Lake, Minn, last week. They went up to put their boat in storage for the winter. Mrt. Ardts Hamm was hasten to the Delta Dek Bridge club on Friday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards prizes were won by Mrs. Hazel Sanders, Miss Florence Altman and Mrs. Karl Baesrter. Mrs. Culvert Johnson and Miss Altman were guests. John Hetferd who recently had major surgery at Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. MHIard Maaca of Aurora, 111. visited in the homes of Harry Clark and Mrs. Arile Dolder for a couple of days enroute to Belgrade, Montana, where they would visit Mr. Mecoe's sister, Mr..? Mark Anderson. Mr. Meece is an uncle of Mrs. Dolder and brother-in-law of Mr. Clark. Mrs. Haiti Scott of Storm Lake was a visitor in the Norman Scott home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Streit, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Capesius, Mr. and Mr:,. Clarence Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Capesius spent from Friday until Monday on a fishing trip to Lake Winnibi- goshish, Minn. Robert Whit*, who hat bt«n a patient at the Veteran's Hospital in Deis Moines for a few weeks has returned home. THURSDAY, Algona (l*wa) Advanc*—S flMHMMHHHH|H| MB *$•*'• ' " ' ?./ >. t* < : ^^T A I • • ' '- * x v^&$v:v Tribune Oar plows IHIV WHV^M Hwv ITS TIME FOR YOUR PRE-WINTER CHECK-UP Livarmora — A two-vehicle accident involving a Twin River High school bus and a car driven by a Bode youth a week ago Tuesday morning resulted in injuries to one of • the youths in the car. No one was hurt on the bus. The bus was traveling west on Highway 222 east of Bode and was stopping at a railroad crossing when the car, driven by Michael Zeimet, 16, struck it in the rear. Both Zeimet and his brother Stephen, 13, a passenger in the car, were taken to a physician's office in Humboldt. The older boy sustained no personal injuries, while his brother was treated for a slight contusion of the scalp. Monday aftarneon tha following ladies went to the home of Mrs. Ruby Holmes to help her celebrate her birthday: Mrs. Martha King, Mrs. Harold Frederick, Mrs. Guy Raney, Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann and Mrs. Lester Smith. They brought the lunch and a birthday cake & gifts. Friday evening Mrs. Holmes' was a guest at the home of a granddaughter, Jerry McCulloughs when her birthday, David Me- Collough's 4th birthday and Sal Odenbrett of Humboldt birthday was observed. Sunday members of Mrs. Holmes family spent the day with her in honor of her birthday. Chariot Howard hat-returned home from the Lutheran Hospital. Tuesday eveninq guattt at the Dale Joiner home were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thalacker and Mr. and Mrs. Nets Hansen of Ottose:i and Mrs. Tom Ohristensen of Humboldt. Nick Altman it a patiant in Mercy Hospital. Ray Gala*, Sr. it a patiant in the Belmond Hospital. He became ill while ^visiting his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ktbben of Alex- POLAR Permanent ANTI-FREEZE WITH RUST INHIBITOR — NONE BETTER — Tattad and Approved by Stata Buraau of Inspection and Licensing 50-50 Mix Protects to 34 Below Zero $ GALLON IN YOUR OWN CONTAINER SEE US FOR THE NEW United C. D, Motor Oil The ONE OIL FOR USE in cars, trucks, tractors, gasoline, L, P. and diesel engines. No finer motor oil made. • Exceeds can manufacturer's Test Sequence! • Exceedt MIL-2104B Specification* • Recommended for the most severe heavy duty, gasoline, L.P., and Dietel engine service. 'IHHMIMIMIIimiUHIimiUMIIIIIHimillMIMIIli WE HAVE ALL THE GRADES OF HYDRAULIC OILS FOR EVERY MAKE TRACTOR SEE US ABOUT YOUR FARM GREASE NEEDS! VIKING MMNI 2N4T4I To talk for now librari LuVerna — The ground breaking ceremony for the new LuVerne Community Library building will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday afternoon, September 30. Mrs. McKinley of Mason City, the North Central Field Representative of the Iowa State Traveling Library will be present. Representatives from the local organizations who promoted the building will be participating in the ceremony. The pub- He' is invited to attend this event. Services at LuVerne for Mrs. Barton LuVerne — Funeral services for Mrs. Georgia Barton, 64, were held at 2:00 p.m. Friday, September 22, at the Methodist Church in LuVerne, with the Rev. Roy Biesemeyer officiating. The McCullough Funeral home of Algona was in charge. Burial was in the LuVerne cemetery. Pallbearers were Charles .Luther, Berdine and Roy Nygiaard, Virgil Smith and Gordon Davidson. Born at Livermore January 26, 1903, Mrs. Barton was a George Burtis, Ex-LuVerne, dies at 73 Ex-LuVerne couple have 50th wedding LuVarne — Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler of Fort Dodge had their Golden Wedding with an open house at the Methodist Church in Lu- Verne, Sunday afternoon, September 17. Hosts for the occasion were their two sons and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Legler and sons of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Legler and children of Knoxville. The Rev. Bad-ley of Fort Dodge, Friendl-hip Haven gave the opening prayer. Lunch was served to 125 guests with Charles Legler at the guest book and John and Robert Legler at the gift table and opening of cards. Ruthann Legler poured tlhe punch with Mrs. Minnie King of Lexington, Neb. and Faye Legler of Fort Dodge serving the coffee. Mrs. Clayton Stoner of Fort Dodge and 'Mrs. Pearl Pederson, Walnut cut and served the cake. Guests registered were from Bakersfield, Calif, Nebraska, Panora, Cedar Falls, Knoxville, Walnut, Pocahontas, Mason City, Fort Dodge, Lone Rock Eagle Grove, ifiritt, Renwick, Corwith, Algona and LuVerne. AT GRADUATION Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Young- wirtih attended the graduation of their son, Gary, on Sunday from the American Institute of Business, with the exercises being held at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium 'Des Moines. Dr. Norman Kallaus, chairman of the de- gona, Earl of LuVerne and pairtment of office manage- William of Fort Dodge, .ment and business education, Also surviving are two sis- University of Iowa, Iowa City ters, Mrs. Naomi Jeffers of •gave the commencement ad- LuVerne-and Mrs. E. M, Ol- *,^. m ^ co»..~i«., ^,*. dress. Diplomas were present- son of Columbus, Nebraska, ™ **«• *»"» Saturday eve- ed by . Keith Fenton, school one brother Howard Hender- mn ?- Attending were Mrs. president:! A 1 -reception and sonj of Clear.iJLake and five open house'was* r held" v foliow- grelhdchildreH. ;She was pre- ing the graduation at the new ceded in death by her hus home of Marjorie Shetton Monday evening with 11 members present. The chair- ±U2i «£t 1 ffiS y *?Sj t3attv« who c«me to call on nr^^tr^oW^ahSS «-'«»-« <* <» r "^' and that construction would CARD OF TMANKS-W* .would like to expresB our appreciation to friends ihd begin soon. When the Com- Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Legler, 50th wedding anniversary. Iff'&iPHi ST^S Jft LW •iS y rememb2SoJ r ihBy §v4 tte 'uiuaf $lt *~~ ^ lved ' We •" m °* *«*» LuVarne — Funeral services were held Thursday morning at Bruces Memorial Chapel in Fort Dodge with Dr. Wayne Shoemaker, pastor of the First Methodist Church for George A. Burtis, 73, of Fort Dodge and a former LuVerne resident. Mr. Burtis passed away at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge early Wednesday morning following surgery Tuesday night. Born at LuVerne, Mr. Burtis attended schools here and farmed fcr sometimte near LuVerne. He also was employed in the elevator and later became a cattle buyer for Tobin Packing Co. in Fort Dodge. Mr. Burtis had resided Kn Fort Dodge since 1955. Survivors include two sisters, , Mrs. Gertrude Roseboro, Denver, Colorado, and Mrs. Cecil Lichty of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Burial was held in the LuVerne cemetery. Sunday guattt in tha home Of Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Hinz were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rosenberg, daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jim Rosenberg, Lisa and Shelley of Fairmont, Minnesota and Mrs. Viola Emery of Fort Dodge. In the afternoon ufelong"'resldent oTthe'Lu"- *£»• ™"? and f, 61 " ^^ • vis " _ _ *-* _ . •a^t^rl «av*eVl* UIH UI M rm •••1*A. if* i\ Lena Biesemeyer had the program and told by word and picture of their trip this summer to Expo 67 and the northern United States. Mr. and Mrt. Clifford Holmes were weekend guests in .the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holmes and Jeff of Ames. Sunday and Monday guatt* in the home of Mr. and Mrs.. Cliff Holmes were Will Holm bf • Ottawa, Illinois^ Wjesley Quinn of La Salle, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zentner of Fairmont, Minnesota. On Sunday evening they were all guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen of Clear Lake. —100— Mrs. Lena Hodgin of Cedar Rapids had a birthday celebration there, including a bridge party, which was attended by her two sisters from Maquoketa, Mrs. Mylie (Addie) Phillips and Mrs. Henry (Ida) Penrose. Mrs. Hodgin continued to work to age 85 and has been very active these past 15 years with her favorite hobby, bridge. that they had the opportunity to visit with so many old, friends and neighbors am* to share this happy anniversary with them. The Ray Legler family and Earl Legler family. HOW WILL YOU HANDLE ALL OF THOSE STALKS? Verne and Livermore community. She was married to Edwin Barton on March 23, 1923 at Livermore. Five children survive. They are Mrs. Eleanor Kruse of LuVerne, Alice Barton of Livermore, Mrs. Virginia Broesder of Al- ited with Mr. Hinz who is a medical patient at' Hancock County Memorial Hospital in Britt. Richard Wegner of Lu- Verne was also a caller in •the Hinz home on Sunday. Charlat Him was takan to Hancock County Memorial hospital in Britt on Tuesday after suffering a stroke at his home. Mr. and Mrt. Frank Gronbach were hosts to a supper Fred^ Stuessy, l Algona, Mrs. Amelia' Hoffman, Mrs.' Lucille Gronbach and Mrs. Dora 4 ROW CHOPPER The best way to handle the tangled mass of tough, heavy hybrid stalks is a Brady flail shredder. It shreds your stalks, makes plowing easier, faster, better , . . knocks out most of your corn borers, too. You can even pull a tandem disc behind a Brady and be ready for minimum tillage. It's a great labor-saver . . . and excellent for clipping pastures and idle acres. Two, three, and four-row available. See them today at CARROLL QARUE LuVarna, Iowa ander. ^ t^ r *,L* E u ni \, Lo9 ^!,' Mr *' Mrtn«T(S«^wtoo' I was"iwM* MrsT'Bernicc~Thompson and ai *J «""• .Rictard1 Gronbach Dick Sdiultz, Mrs. Dale Join- ™ \ ^™ in hi*h«r Ac-- a brother Ted Henderson. *"** *™*y of LuVerne, and 152 gir!""dornutory"^n" Des band, her parents, a sister, Gronbach of Livermore, 'Mr. er and Mrs. Tom Christensen of Humboldt visited the Floyd Nickel home in Mason City Friday. Sharon Joiner a student at Hamilton College returned home with them. LUCKY STRIKERS W L 4 4 5 6 7 8 8 9 9 Livermore Co-op _____ 12 Dascn Oil Co. ________ 12 Bode Co-op ___________ 11 Livermore Bank .-- ____ 10 Livermore Ins. _____ ____ 9 Imperial Cafe --.._-__'__ 8 Wattons ______________ 8 Bode Looker ..—.--— 7 M & M Feed _________ 7 Sawyer's Super Valu __ 6 10 Baker Truck Lines ___ 4 12 Livermore Lanes ___._.. 2 14 High Team 3 gamat Livermore State Bank ._ 2142 Livermore Co-op . ..-_..-- _ 2121 Bode Co-op _.. .... _•__ 2042 High Ind. 3 Ganrn Jean Larsen __. _.^ ______ : _ 542 Charlotte Bjornson .. . . 493 Bev, Ann Olson __________ 485 High Taam Gama • Livermore State Bank _- 742 Livermore Co-op ____ ..__ 739 Livermore Co-op _______ 737 High. Ind. Gama Jean Larson .. __________ 202 Beverly Smith - - _______ 194 Wanda Palmer ...... _____ _- 193 ed a diploma in higher Accounting and automation, graduated with a grade point of 3.8, thus making the Dean's list. He is a member of Phi Theta Pi Fraternity and is now employed by Look Magazine in the Accounting Department. Gary expects to enter the armed forces soon. a brother Ted Henderson. „ . .. „ . „ __ Mrs. Barton was a member ^ and , »*»• Marshall Torg- of the LuVerne Methodist ensonof Adel. Also attending was Mrs. Lucille Gronbachs houseguest, Lawrence Gronbach of Orange, California. Tha Prograuivo Club began the new season in the Church and the Legion Auxiliary. American ATTEND FUNERAL Mr. and Mrs. Ralph StoQl of LuVerne attended the funeral of Mrs. Stoll's niece, Mrs. Shirley Elstoerry, 30 years of age, at the Foster Funeral home in Webster City on Monday. Mrs. Blsberry died from a series of three strokes. She leaves to mourn her husband, who is a patient at the Veterans hospital in Des Moines, and two children, a girl, 7 years of age and a boy 6, and her parents, Also attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Haas and Mrs. Lorene Johnson, both of Algona. Mrs. Elsberry was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Norem of Iowa Falls ROY STOFFIL, Owner JUST NORTH OF MILWAUKEE STATION IN ALGONA I LuVerne ••••••••••MMMMMM Mrt, Earl Laglar of Knoxville and Mrs. Pearl Pederson of Walnut and Ruthann Legler of Cedar Falls were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Legler and family from Friday until Monday. Mrs. Earl Legler and Mrs. 'Pederson drove Rufhann to Cedar Falls on Monday where she attended college before returning to their respective homes. Eileen Moading wa$ taken to Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge on Saturday evening after becoming ill at her home. Porranca Thomat, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas left for his home in Saint P»ul, Minn, after spending the past two weeks visiting his parents and other relatives. Porranca Thomai 9* $*• Pawl and his parents, MJ- and I »irs, Bert Thomas, Lucerne were Tuesday guests in the Bill Rutter and Gerald Thornas fcN&e? m Fort Dodge. CHURCH GROUP TO MEET The general meeting of the VVSCS of the Methodist Church was held Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 20. Devotions were given by Eleanor Kubly with Eunice Blake having the lesson. A reception of the teachers of the LuVerne Community School was held after the meeting. Hostesses were Lucinda Stone, Thdma Trauger, Kay Hefty, Goldie Guess, Ella Weber, Ann Bjustrom, Dora Schipull, and Pat Ramv us. SUPPER A SUCCESS. The chicken supper that was sponsored by the American Legion, Saturday eve- ndng, September 23, was termed a success. The Legion served approximately 230 persons. The Legion wishes to thank everyone for attending and a special "thank you" to the women who helped in any way. SMORGASBORD A last minute reminder to everyone that the WSCS of •the Methodist Church are sponsoring a smorgasbord Thursday evening, September 38 in the church parlors. Meat to be served consists of Fried Chicken, Ham and Meat Balis. Serving will be from 5:00 until aJU is served. Services for Carl Goetseh at ftlgona LuVarna — Funeral services for Carl Henry Goetseh, 61, Algona, and a former Lu- Verne resident were held Monday afternoon, Sept. 25 at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Algona with the Rev. Paul Sohn officiating. Burial was in Riverside cemetery with McCullough Funeral Chapel in charge of arrangements. Mr. Goetseh died very suddenly at Lake Okoboji Thursday while he and his wife were fishing there, •Mr. Goetseh moved to Algona from LuVerne in 1951 and had been employed by the Chicago and Northwestern railroad for the past 25 years. He was born Feb. 16, 1906 at Bloomington, 111., son of the late Carl and Anna Goetseh. He was married to the former Lucille Howe in 1927 at Cedar Falls. Survivors include his wife, Lucille, one daughter, Mrs. Duane Riley of Algona, eleven brothers and sisters. He was preceded in death by a daughter, who died in infancy, his parents and one brother. Tha Good Will ClMb mat September 21 in the home of Miss Luella Blumer, with 12 members answering the roU call. Aileen Swanson had charge of entertainment with "Probe" being played. Lunch was served by the hostess. Raymond Laglar and ten*, John and Charles went to Bloomington, Minn, on Sunday to see the ball game between the Minnesota Twins and tlhe New York Yankees. Duana Naal if a »urgical patient at University Hospital, Iowa City. Mr. and Mrt. Dur.n Watt* and Duren Lynn were Thursday guests in the home of M!r. Watt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Watts of Clarion. ANSWER, CALL 882-3304 WE SALUTE the Lu Verne High School Band and its queen, Colleen Johns We know you'll represent Lu- Verne in the finest manner at the Kossuth County Band Festival Oct. 7. We're proud of you and wish queen "Colleen" the best of luck! COLLIEN JOHNS - THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED BY THESE PUiUC SPIRITED LUVERNE MERCHANTS CORNER HUFF'S CAFE L AWSON HARDWARE VERNE BUILDING CO, WJ VERNE CUNIC VERNE LANES VILLAGE PUMP LU VERNE CROP SERVICE ' SANFORl) Plumbing & HttUnf BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES LU VERNE OFFICE OF THE SECURITY STATE BANK LU VERNE CO-OP, ELEVATOR PATTERSON ELECTRIC TR AUGER'S JACK SPRAf ZENTNER LIVESTOCK 1

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