Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1967
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Stockholders of Livernore elevator meet Livermore — Hie annual dinner for the Stockholders of the Farmer's Ooop EleVa- tor was held in the Parian Wall of the Catholic Church Tuesday evening, Sept. 19 with 465 people being served. The dinner was prepared and served by members of the Catholic Guild. A business meeting was 'held later at the Legion Hall with Burton Bonde being elected as a new director replacing Henry Groh. Carl Swanson is President of the Board, Jerry Weydert, Vice President and Vernon Hobenberger, Secretary. Other directors arc Harold Roethler, Alvin Berte and Lloyd Larson. 'Robert Rowc is the manager of the elevator. EQUALITY CLUB The Calendar Committee of the Equality Club, Mrs. Louise Grortbach, Mrs. Lucy Conlley, Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus entertained the club members at a luncheon at Mrs. Christiansen's Tea Room in Humboldt for their first meeting of the year. Due to the absence of the President, Miss Margurite Wyman, Mrs. Richard Dunphy conducted .the business meeting. The lesson was given by Mrs. Pete Ziemet. Their oldest member, Mrs. Maude Wilson', 96, was also able to be present. WSCS MEET The 'WSCS met Wednesday at the church with Mrs. Dean Zeman, the Vice President, presiding. Devotions and lesson were given by Virginia Raney, assisted by Winnie Failb, Muriel VerSteeg and Phyllis DeBoom. Roll call was answered by 17 members telling how they spent their summer vacation. Genevieve Jarvis and Dorothy Vaughn were co-hostess. MERIT SEMIFINALIST One of the two hundred (twenty-six Iowa High School Seniors who have been named semi-finalist in the National Merit Scholarship program is Richard B. Scott of Storm .Lake, son of the -Gordon Scott's and grandson of Mr. and 'Mrs. Norman Scott. He 'attends the Storm Lake High school. HOME ON LEAVE Wayne Erdman, who is in the Air Force is spending a 30 day leave in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Erdman alter spending a year in Viet Nam. After his leave, he will report back to Luke Air Force Base in Phoenix. Hit* fiNftvietol Soft** Jean Ltfsefi .__ 467 Lydi* Frederick 474 Doris Gregory „___ 465 Hlffi TMNt Came Livermore Bank „. 747 Dasen Oil 724 Baker Truck Lines 723 Hlfh fern* Jean Larsen 205 iLydia Frederick 163 Betty Rongved _._ 177 Jayne Freis shower held at Livermore Livermore — A bridal shower was held Sunday afternoon Sept. 17 in the Parish Hall of the Sacred Heart Catholic church in honor of Miss Jayne Freis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Freis of Humboldt, fiancee of Gary Eisen- 'bartti, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eisenbarth. Corsages were presented to Miss Freis, her mother, the groom-to-be's mother and his grandmother, Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth of Algona. Miss Nancy Eisembarth was in charge of the guest book and Bingo was the entertainment. Jeanne and Janet Eisen- 'barth helped at the gift table. Decorations were carried out in colors of red and white. Mrs. Ray Neuroth of West Bend poured the coffee and Mrs. Jerome Eisembarth of Algona served the punch. Both are aunts of Mr. Eisenbarth. Those on the committee were: Mrs. Henry Zeimet, Mrs. Ronald Ziemet, Mrs; Jerome Eisenbarth, Mrs. Ronald Gerbdr, Mrs. William Pech, Mrs. John Barker, Mrs. Andy Gisch, 'Mrs. Harley Fisher, Mrs. Roy Brown, Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas, Mrs. Luella Collins and Mrs. Ray Neuroth. Shower for recent bride at Livermore Atoflc* TMU*SOAY,0€f,S,1W Tribune Vt V Legion bads great ground for new library Chett drive Livermore — A miscellaneous shower was held in honor of Mrs., Tommy, Frederickson Saturday, Sept. 23 in the Lutheran Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Frederickson was the former Marta Sue Johnsen of Humboldt. Mrs. Lawrence Frederickson was in charge of the guest book and Mrs. Daryl Frederick had charge of the program. The tea table and gift table were decorated in yellow and white. Becky Lily of Humboldt and drive on law enforcement LuVorne — County Commander Lewis V. Block, of the Legion has received a statement of "Law and Order" by the Iowa Department of the American Legion adopted by the 49th annual convention iteld at Davenport recently; It states. For nearly half a century the Legion has committed to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America; to the maintenance of law and order to combat the autocracy of both the classes and the masses; to make right the master of might; to promote peace and good will on earth. These and other noble principals are incorporated in the preamble to the constitution of the American Legion. Today we look back with horror and revulsion on a series of riots and burnings, of pillage and plunder by hoodlums, psychatics and criminals in cities large and small throughout this great and beautiful and bountiful land. Nothing like this succession of outbreaks, with their violent and utter and inhuman disregard of law and order has been, until now, known in this great country. The Legion Iowa Department, calls upon officials, state and federal, to deal with this monstrous tragedy. We beseech a non-partisan approach to a solution of the underlying causes. We offer full support to the Presidential Commission appointed to investigate the origin of the recent disorders in our cities. We strongly urge the adoption of measures to prevent such awful disasters in the future. We urge speedy trial and punishment of criminals convicted of participation in tiie F.B.I, and all other appropriate investigatory agencies be authorized and directed to investigate basic causes and to uncover anything of a conspiratorial nature involved. Finally, we urge that stern and realistic measures be taken now, with every means in the power of local, state and federal governments to abort future similar threats in their inc&piency. We suggest that such pre- HOSPITAL PATIENT iMrs. Jessamine Miller has been a patient at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge the past two weeks receiving therapy treatments for the shoulder she dislocated about six months ago when she fell and. broke her arm. Sharon and Connie Freder- paredness include adequate ickson assisted with opening training of required forces, of the gifts. Hostesses Tht D««I and Chat Bridge club met at the home of Mrs. James Lempke Thursday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards Mrs. Dick Schultz received high prize, Mrs. T. D. -Rossin-g second high and Mrs, Robert Wonderly low. Mrs. Wonderly was a guest. Lewrence Frederick it a patient at 'the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mr». Dick Schulti attended the 29th wedding anniversary of some friends, \Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swieger in Fort Dodge on Sunday. Mr. and Mr». Norman Scott returned home Thursday evening from Denver where they haid visited a week in the home of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Scott. They went by plane. Nick Altman hat been • patient at the Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge for the past two weeks following a stroke at his home. Women'* Bowling League W Livermore Co-op 15 Livermore Bank 14 Dasen Oil 14 Bodo Cpiop 13 Watkins 12 Imperial Cafe 10 M & M feeds 10 Livermore Ins. 9 Sawyer's 8 Bode 'Locker 8 Piker Truck Lines ___ 5 Livermore Lanes 2 High Teem Series I4yewnore Bank 2055 Imperial Cafe 1991 Sawyer's 1886 L 5 6 6 7 8 10 10 11 12 12 15 18 for the event were, Mrs. Ed Erdman, Mrs. Henry Groh, Mrs. Daryl Frederick, Mrs. Cledis Anderson, Mrs. Dick Coleman, Mrs. Peter Becker, Mrs. Maurine Myers and Mrs. Lawrence Frederickson. LuVerne pair home after a trip to Expo Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg, LuVerne, have returned from a trip to Expo .67, Montreal, Canada t . Enroute they stopped at Cedar Rapids, and Bay City, Mich., to visit friends and relatives. Visited were the Amana Colonies and Herbert Hoover Library in Iowa; model home,' in Michigan; Niagara Falls in Canada; Expo at Montreal; Parliament buildings at Ottawa, Canada; and Valparaiso university in Indiana. They spent three days at the fair. They encountered a bus strike there the last day and left two days before a bomb was discovered in one of the pavilions. However, they found accommodations only two miles from the islands in a French chalet, and were able to commute by car to a parking lot whence they were taken by autobus and Expresso tirain to Expo. There they walked and rode escalators for the rest of the d»y. As 80% of the popular 'ion in Quebec is French the language predominates—even •to the road signs. Interpreters *t all pavilions spoke in both English and French and all were very courteous and young people were very neat. police, national guard, and federal troops, with adequate equipment and adequate authority and we demand that such units be permitted and directed to use their power as field commanders must do against a foreign enemy. This can be the beginning of the restoration of law and order, of the peace and tranquility every loyal American desires and is entitled to enjoy. This article was written up at the convention so the American people could read how the Legion stood on all current happenings. This is to be published in all county newspapers according to County Commander Lewis V. Block. Henry Schnakenbarg, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Thees Sch- nakeniberg of LuVerne, land Mary Hanselman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanselman of LuVerne attended the Walther League Board meeting at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Garner on Sunday. Henry is Zone President of the League and Mary is vice president of the Livermore Walther League. Memb«r« of the LWML of the Zion Lutheran Church of LuVerne attended an all day meeting in Algona on Wednesday. Attending were Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Mueller, Mrs. John Hanson, Mrs. Martha Ramos, Mrs. Walter Bierstedt, Mrs Bertha SChipuU, Mrs. John Schnakenberg and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg. Cuottf it the Wiliam Goet. sen on Sunday in honor of Mrs. Qoetsch's birthday were the daughter, Mrs. Jon Putnam and son Paul, Mrs. Ctrl Goetsch, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley of Algona, Mr. and ¥irs. Donald Behnekendiorf and Larry and Jerry of Bancroft and Arlie Goetsch of In- Verne. A beautiful decorated coke was brought by Mrs. Putnam. Mrs. Goetech ed many gifts and cards. for LuYeree to start Tuesday LuVerne — The 1967 Lu- Verne Community Chest Drive will begin, on Tuesday, October 11, The Community Chest Committee met recently to'consider requests from various agencies and plan the 1967 campaign. This year's goal has been set at one thousand and one hundred dollars for the support of the following agencies: American Social Health, Iowa Association of Mental Health, Iowa Childrens Home Society, American Red Cross, Salvation Army, United Service Organization, Boy Scouts of America, Arthritis Foundation, Retarded Childrens School and Local Emergency. This united campaign eliminates the necessity of separ ate campaigns by these agen tiowafi, Mrs. Margaret Howard, Mrs. Earl Armstrong, Mrs. Ray Ftlb. Mrs. Hertert Raney and Rev, and Mrs. Roy Bieoemeyer. , < < ; , Mr, iiid Mrs, Max Klnf, Kurt, Kolleen* and Katiiy were Wednesday evEfcing guests in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln (iud) Kubly had as Sunday dinner guests, their son Larry and children, Carla and Kevin of Lake Oily, Minn., their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Meyer and children of Corwith, and Mrs. Kulbyte parents, Mr, and Mrs. i Frank Johnson of Humboldt; Lanry and his children returned tp their home in Minnesota Sttn« day evening. , : , Mr. and Mri. Earl Gronbach and family of Hayfield, Minn: and their houseguest, Miss Plynjai Kraithap of Bahpo; Thailand, were Saturday^ evening dinner guests in tlte parental Frank Gronbach home.'; Omitted from last wMks paper was the address of Duane Neal, who is a surgical patient at the University of Iowa Hospitals in Iowa City, His address is Duane u Neal » , GROUND BREAKING for the new LuVerne community library was held Saturday afternoon north of the town hall. The 32' x 64' structure will have a front of brick and sides of metal construction. Top photo shows the official ground-breaking. Left to right, Mrs. Ann McKinley, Mason City, area librarian; Jim Mallory, LuVerne mayor; Alice Hinz, LuVerne librarian; Stan Griffith, Fort Dodge architect; and Mrs. Lyle Shelton, president of the Lu- Verne library board. Photo below shows Mayor Mallory giving a few remarks to those who attended the event. The hew library will cost about $40,000. The Kinney-Lindstorm Foundation of Mason City pledged $10,000 to the building, and another $10,000 was raised by public subscription. The remainder of the funds will come from federal funds. Sande Construction Co. of Humboldt will handle the general contracting. Rev. R. T. Mueller °pf the Lutheran church opened with a prayer Mrs. Shelton was mistress of ceremonies! Mrs. McKinley of Mason City gave a short talk and Mayor Mallory told how the Kinney-Lindstrom Foundation of Mason City gave $10,000 towards the library. Mrs. William Goetsch, publicity chairman, told how the $8,800 was raised locally and Mrs. Harry Naffziger, secretary, read off the names of the members of the building committee and the organizations they represented. Rev. Roy Biesemeyer of the Methodist Church and Rev. Ralph Hindman of the EUB church gave short talks. Building will begin shortly. . Exclusive Advance Photos. ries saving time and expense. It's success requires the co- C-23, University of lov* Hos-i operation of everyone con- pNafe, Iowa City, Iowa.™' >- p cerned. - Mr; and Mrs. Harry Christ-J The solicitors and Commun- ensen of Muskogee, Oklahoma^ ity Chest Board will meet at who have been visiting in the/ home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes the past week left Sunday for their cottage af Clear Lake and will leave'; shortly for Muskogee. Mr. and, Mrs. Christensen have been) spending the summer at Clear' 1 Lake.. •/ : • M Eileen Moeding has roturn-& ed home after spending a fewg days ait the Lutheran Hospi-; ital in Fort Dodge as a medi-q cat patient. :•' —100— p Mrs. Hattie Fiscr, Ladora,f! oelebraited her 100th birthday^ at Ladora Methodist Chuirch|| of which she is a charter; member. Mrs. Fiser has livedsj| her entire life in Iowa counity,j$ having been born in a log cab-p in 2V 2 miles south of Ladorafl on Sept. 25, 1867. IIHIIIIIIIMIMMHIIMMIIIIIMIIIIimilMIIIIHIMinilllMIIMIMIMtlllllllillllMIMIHIIIIlHi Services for Mrs. Giddings on Saturday LuVerne — Funeral services were held Saturday at 3:00 p.m. at the Methodist Church in LuVerne for Mrs. Viva L. Giddings. The Rev. Roy Biesemeyer officiated at the services with the Blake Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Interment was in LuVerne cemetery. Eastern Star services were held at 8 p.m. Friday at the Blake Funeral Home. Mrs. Giddings, the former Viva Louise Ketzemberg, was born at Vergas, Minn., and was married to Guy Giddings in 1925 at Algona. The couple had resided in LuVerne since 1941 after living in Chicago, HI. and Tama, Iowa. Mrs, Giddings died at the age of 63, at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona following a long illness. Pallbearers were Jade Guy, Bert Ramus, Ed Undebak, Joe Sinnewell, Alien Darby and Stanley Genrich, Mrs. Giddings is survived by her husband, Guy, two daughters, Mrs. Verna Sanford of Palmdale, California, and Mrs. Harold Wolf of Lu- Verne and a son, Guy, m, of Algona. Also surviving are twelve grandchildren, three brothers, Ralph Ketzenberg, Chicago, Illinois, George Ketzenberg, PteinfieW, New Jersey and Howard Ketzenberg of Windam, Minnesota, and two sisters, Mrs. Paul Nybakken of Victorville, California, and .Mrs. Harold Arndt of Comfrey, Minnesota. Mrs. Giddings was a member of the LuVerne Methodist Church, the American Legion Auxiliary, , Kossuth County Rural Letter Carriers Auxiliary and the Order of the Eastern Star. SAILOR RETURNS Radarman Second Class David V. Roberts, USN, son of Mrs. Francis Roberts of 12 Eighth, S. E., in Mason City Iowa, and husband of the former Kathy A. Gilligan of LuVerne, has returned to Newport, Rhode Island aboard the destroyer USS Massey after a four month tour of duty in the Mediterranean, During the deployment the destroyer participated in Sixth Fleet exercises and provided antisubmarine support for an attack carrier striking force. The Massey is armed with 'anti-submarine torpedoes, dual purpose guns and a remote control antisubmarine helicopter. During the Middle East crisis, the Massey was among the first ships to render aid to the technical research ship Liberty after it had been mistakenly attacked. returned to her 'home on September 27. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Long, Kristi and Orville Roy, of Des Moines were Sunday guest' in the home of Mr. Long's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas. Mr. end Mrs. Daryl Six of Marshalltown became the parents of a baby boy on Tuesday, September 26 at a hospital in Marshalltown. Mr. Six is the son of Mrs. Llelvyn Six of Saint Paul, Minnesota and grandson, of Mr. akid Mrs. Bert Thomas of LuVerne. Ed Remus it a medical patient at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge. the City Hall at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday for a kick off breakfast and area assignments will be made at that time. The annual Smorgasbord at the Methodist Church last Thursday was well attended. Over 400 were served and a very nice profit was realized by the Women's Society of Christian Service. The Methodist Youth attending the Humboldt Sub-district Youth Rally, Sunday, Sept. 24, from LuVerne were Dennis and Mark Barbar, Danny Block, Douglas Nelson, Raejean Hewitt, Lee Schipull, and from Livermore were Jerry and Dennis DeBoom, Mariam Mackintosh, Jean Zeman, Cynthia Raney, Patricia Benjamin, and Rev, .and Mrs.. Roy Biesemeyer.' ~' ' The Churchmanship meeting that was held Sept. 25 W the First Methodist Church, Fort Dodge, to hear Bishop James Thomas of the Iowa Alrea of the Methodist Church, was attended by LuVerne people were Mrs. Luanda Stone, Mrs. LeRoy Weber, Mrs. Alvini Weber, Mrs. Raymond Nelson, and from Livermore Mr. and Mrs. Dean Zeman, Mr. and Mrs. Berdine Nygaard, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Mc- Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS—W« cannot adequately exp our gratitude to those who! expressed their sympathy and? helpfulness to us so beautiful-! ly at the time of recent jeor- 1 row. May God bless #ou v a41.!i The family of Mrs. Guy Gid- I dings. .. 77* « ANSWER, CALL 882-3304 Mrs. Olle Godfrey, who has been a medidal patient at Hancock County Memorial .Hospital in Britt was released on September 28, and is now a resident at a Humboldt Rest Home. Mr». Earl Manning, who wa$ a medical patient at the Britt Hospital for quite some tune I worn SALE MARTY 3 ROOM HOUSE] IN LUVIRNE BATH, FURNACE, 60OQ CONDITION — SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Seeley Realty Co. ^Problem Solver The microphone in an IPS dispatcher's office is actually a problem solver. IPS men are on duty 24 hours a day. every day. PH. PH. E95-3174 service is

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