Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1967 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1967
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Ernest Loguc sells Livermore plant Livermore — A Livermorc business transaction was completed last week when Ernest l.ogue sold lids Texaco station bulk plant and warehouse to \V & II Petroleum Co., Badg- or. Mr. Logue retained own- orS'hip of his two stations In Algona. Mr. Logue founded the l.ivermore Oil Co. about 45 yoars ago when he and his brother Charles Logue now of Algona operated a Champlain gas station on Main Street. (In 1954 they built the present Texaco station and have been associated with the Texaco Co. for over 30 years. He has been assisted by his two sons, Don, now of Humbold! and Keith of Livermorc, in running the station. Keith's future plans are indefinite, His father will retire. Several ladies from Liver- morc attended the Republican meeting at the Veteran's Memorial Auditorium Wednesday evening. Mrs. Grace Anderson attended the $100 a plats dinner while the others were balcony spectators. Those going by chartered bus from Humboldt besides Mrs. Anderson were Mrs. John Olson, Mrs. Karl Baessler, Mrs. Jessamine Miller, Mrs. Hazel Sanders and Mrs. Marcia Barryhill. Among the teenagers Who attended was Tim Colweill, House Page. , Mrs. Jessamine Miller entertained the Delta Dek bridga club at the Luther Butlor home Friday afternoon. A 1:30 dessert luncheon, was served and at cards Mrs. C. M. Baker won high prize, Mrs. Harry Zigpang, second high and Mrs. Martin Miller the Bingo prize. Mrs. Biaker, Mrs. Norman Scott and Mrs, Azile Doldcr were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Arlan Me- Phjrson, who have been living in the Bernice Harris home in the south part of town have moved into t)he Tom McKenna house in the north part of town. Mr. McPherson works for the P & M 'Limeiitonc Co. at Bradgate and 'Mrs. McPherson works at Good Samaritan Home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Faith of Humboldt are moving to Mason City this weeend where Mr. Faith will work in a grocery store. He has been working for Haag Plumbing at Humboldt. Bob White has returned to the Veteran's Hospital in DCS Moines.for possible surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McPherson visited in the home of their daughter Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vollinik at Fort, Dodge one afternoon last week. The following ladies went to the home of Mrs. Etta Unr derberg at Bode Tuesday afternoon to help her celebrate her 76t)h birthday: Mrs. Ernie Logue, Mrs. Jacob Michelson, Mrs. Louise Grombach, Mrs. J. C. Kelly and Mrs, Herman Pooch of Outosen. 'Hie afternoon was spent playing Canasta and a pot luck lunch was served. Other guests for lunch were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Uaderberg of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Irwin (Frosty) Olson and Esther Opheim of Bode. Mrs. Underberg was presented with gifts and cards from her guests. Mrs. Velrna Patton of Al- goraa was an overnight guest in .the Martin Miller home one night last week. Evening guests in the Miller home vMbile she was there wore Mr. •and Mrs. Vern Momgle of Humboldt. They were all ac- quaintences while living at Cas's Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barnes of Pie-rre South Dakota were overnight guests in' the Bill Davis home during tlhe weekend. Mrs. Barnes is the sister of 'Mr. Davis and it has been several years since they have seen each other. Mrs. Jessamine Miller attended the SOtoh anniversary of the Fortnightly Club of Renwiek in' the Community Room of the Library at Renwick last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Miller a former Renwick resident, helped to form the Fortnightly auto fifty years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joiner went to Eddyville Friday morning and stayed until Sunday. They visited their son Larry, who is a teacher and band instructor. The Neighborhood Card Clwb met at the home of Mrs. Harold Roethler Tuesday afternoon. A 2 o'clock lumchr eon was served and at cards, prices were won by Mrs. Alvin JJerte and Mrs. Bill D&vis. Itfrs. Berte and, Anna Hanifan were guests. Rites Sunday for Livermore woman, 84 Livermore — Funera.l services for Mrs. John H6hen- bcrger, 84, were held Sunday ait the Immanuel Lutheran Ohtirdh at Livermore, with 'the Rev. William Stock officiating, with burial in Union Cemetery at Livermore. 'Mrs. Hohenberger died early Thursday morning at ihe'r 'home after being in fail- Ing health for some time. Surviving are her husband; a son, Vernon, Livermore; four daughters, Mrs. Arthur Vaudt and Mrs. Harry Rutz, both of Livormore; Mrs. Walter Sehlie, Hubbard; and Mrs. Henry Meyer, St. Charles, 111.; 19 grandchildren; 22 great 'grandchildren; three brothers, Chris Gronbadh, OLear Lake; Frank Gronbach, Lu- Verne; Lawrence Gronbach, Orange, Calif.; ami two sisters, Mrs. Freda Steussy, Algona; and Mrs. Amelia Hoffman, Livermore. Born in Kossuth County, the former Rosa Marie Gronbach, she was roared and educated there. In 1906 she married John Hohenberger in the Zion Lutheran Church at Lu- Verne. The couple farmed in Kossutlh County for two years, then moved to a farm north of Livermore where they lived until 1931, when they retired to Livermore. 'Mrs. Hohenberger was a member of the Immanuel Lutheran Church of Livermore, and a charter member •of Immamuel Lutheran Ladles Aid. Ex-Livermore woman dies on Thursday Livermore — Funeral services for Mrs. George Ramus, 57, Altoona, was hold Saturday at Sacred Heart Church, Livclrmore, with the Rev. J. G. Skatiill officiating. Burial was In Mou.nl Calvary Cemetery. •Mrs. Ramus died at her home early Thursday morn- 'inig, following two years of Ml health. Surviving are her husband; a daughter, Mrs. Albert Ghich- ion, Altoona; six grandchildren; tier mother, Mrs. Johanna Smith, Livermore; three brothers, Clyde Smith, Phoenix, Ariz.; Alfred Smith, Lu- Vdrire; The Rev. Don Smith, Ogdon; two sisters, Mrs. Frances Bordwell, Gilmore City; and Mrs. Milton Armstrong, iLivermore. 'Born at Corwitlh, the former Irene Smith, she received her education in Livermore, and married George Ramus of LuVerne. The couple recently moved from DCS Moines to Altoona. Mrs. Ruby. Holmes has returned home after spending a week in Die home of her daughter, the Ed Reimcrs at Fen ton. Mrs. Louis Wildin of Owatonna, Minn., spent several days last week in the home of his sister, .Mrs. Freddie Hintz while Mr. Hintz was in 6—Algona (Iowa) Advance THURSDAY, NOV. 1, 1967 T «L Tribune the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Genrieh of California are here visiting (relatives and Mends. 'Mrs. Genrich will be remembered as the former Genevieve Jones, daughter of tlhe Charley Jones. They have been staying at the Clarence Wills home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fred- crick have returned home after spending a week in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Reed White of Chicago. They went into Chicago by train from Fort Dodge but returned by bus. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stilti and four children, who have been living in Victorville, Oalif. have moved to Las Vegas where they have 'bought a home. The Stanley Segers also live in Las Vegas and the two ladies are sisters. Ex-LuVerne woman dies in Wisconsin LuVerne — Funeral serv- 'ices for M'rs. Doris Erickson, 58, of Valley, Wisconsin, were 'held Saturday, October 28 at 2 p.m. in the BUB Church in Valley. Mrs. Erickson, the former Doris Thompson, daughter of Mrs. Mabel Thompson of Lu- Vernu and the late William Thompson died October 25 in Valley, Wisconsin of a heart attack. Mrs. Erickson was born •and grew up to womanhood in LuVerne. She was a graduate of LuVerne High School. Following graduation Mrs. Erickson worked in 'Renwick 9 years as a telephone operator. After her marriage she and her husband operated a grocery store in Valley. They ihad retired from the grocery •business just prior to her death. 'Mrs. Erickson. is survived by her husband of Valley, : her mother, Mrs. Mabel Thompson of LuVerne,' and the fallowing sisters and brothers, Mrs. Eun'ice Parson, Waterloo, Wis., Mrs. Florence Burgardt Curlew, Mrs. Bet/ty Wolfe, Fort Dodge, Clarence, Seattle, Washington,, Lawrence, Humboldl. Earl, Mason City and Merle of Columbus, Wisconsin. She was preceded In death by a daughter who died several years- ago at tlhe 'age of 20 years of a heart attack, and her father, William Thompson. The meeting of the Lutheran Ladies Aid and the Walther League scheduled for tlhis week have been postponed for one week because of the funerals to be held at 'the church. The Ladies Aid will meet November 8 and the Walther League will hold their meeting on November 9. Mary Daley of Des Moines was a weekend guest in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Daley. Mrs. Martha Hintz was a Wednesday visitor in the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Lieb of Algona. Doug Holmes of Ames and several of his college friends were Saturday callers in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes. The Mary Bormann married Mary Catherine Bormann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald N. Bormann, LuVerne, was married Sept. 30 at St. Benedict Catholic church to Darryl E. Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Einer Jensen, Estherville. The double ring ceremony was performed by Father Nicholas Ruba. Carol Jensen, sister of the groom, was maid of honor and Mary McCutchen was the bridesmaid. Attending the groom were Gerald Bormann and John Anderson. Joe) Bormann and Curt Larson ushered and acolytes were Richard Eischen and Jerry Hobscheidt. Mrs. Robert Eischen, organist, accompanied Jane Arndorfer, soloist. The bride carried ,,her^ grandmother's mother - of - f pearl rosary, which her moth- er also carried when she was married. 165 guests attended the wedding dinner at the V. F. W. hall in Algona. In charge of the reception and guest book were Sharon Plathe, Jean Pleml, Mrs. Donald Frankl, Mrs. Robert Carter, Mrs. Gerald Frankl, Mrs. Curt Larson, Mrs. Mark Bernhard and Mrs. Marilyn Cink. Waitresses were Rachel Arndorfer, Connie Jensen, Jackie Carter, Barbara Reding, Annette Frankl and Ann Hobscheidt. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen are at home at Estherville where the groom, a graduate of Graettinger high school, is employed at Artsway Mfg. Co., Armstrong. Mrs. Jensen is a graduate of Garrigan high school, Algona, and attended Estherville Junior college. illlltllllllMIMMMIIMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMMIMIMIIIlnMIIHIMIIHIIIMMIIMIMMMMIIlnllllllllllMMIIIIIIIIItllHIIIIMIIIIlnilllllMMMMIIMIIIIMIHIIIIIHII Lu Verne doctor to go to Viet Nam soon Dr. Robert Brainerd, who was recalled into the Army early in October, was inducted into the Regular Army for an indefinite period of time on Oct. 16, he reports in a letter to the Advance this week. He said he received an appointment as Executive Officer of the Medical Field Service School Student Detachment and is now taking a number of courses preparatory to being sent to Viet Nam as a medical officer. Among courses he is taking is one on tropical diseases little known in the United States and surgery of high velocity projectile wounds. Dr. Brainerd will graduate from the Medical Field School on Nov. 17 and his present orders will not give him any leave time. "I WILL FLY to the West Coast on Nov. 17 immediately after graduation and a few days later, I will fly directly to Viet Nam aboard an Air Force transport," he writes. "I will assume my new duties as Brigade Surgeon and General Medical officer attached to an undisclosed infantry division somewhere in Viet Nam." He adds that these orders are subject to change. He reports that if he has a change of orders, he will write to the Advance with the details. Meanwhile, he reports his office in the LuVerne Clinic Building will be closed shortly. Mayor Mallory, LuVernc, gets civic honor LuVtrn* — Mayor James Mallory, LuVerne, has been named as one of the "Outstanding Civic Leaders of America." Annually, 500 people are, selected for this honor by a distinguished board of editors whose chairman is Doug Blankenship, past president of the U. S. Jaycees. This recognition is given to civic leaders who have given unselfishly of their time and effort for the betterment of their communities. It is rather unusual for a community the size of Lu- Verne to have some one receive this award. Last summer Mayor and Mrs. Mallory were a part of a Pcople-to-People tour group of civic leaders of communities in Iowa. Five mayors and three legislators, their respective wives visited with civic leaders in Russia, Poland, Hungary, West Berlin, France and England. The hope is that ordinary people through communication with their counterparts can create better relations and attitudes for peace. The idea for the program was originally sponsored by President Eisenhower. While visits are arranged with people in government and U. S. Embassies, each person pays his own expenses. Farmers, veterinarians ^and other groups have "made similar trips visiting with people in •their own particular interest area. Junior class play Friday at LuVerne LuVerne — The Junior Class of LuVerne high school will present "'A Hillbilly Wedding" Friday, at 8 p.m. in the school gymnasium. Tickets available at the door, are priced at 75c and 50c. The cast of characters ijnolude: Kris Meyers, Becky Watts, Connie Hefty, Barry Selby, Dennis Blumer, Kaithy Wittmeier, Dennis Barber, Barbara Hurlburt, Ronnie Wolfe, Mary HanSeiman, Erna Hinz, Teresa Gilligan, Russell Bristow, Don Bristow, Midhe>le Coyle, Paul qrnst, and Jack Stampka. Lunch will be served in the cafeteria following the play. Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnak* enberg hosts for the occasion. Pastor Mueller opened the meeting with an offering of Devotions. The President, Owen Curry, presided at the business meeting with election of officers being held. Officers for the coming year are: President, James Hefty; Vice president Vernon Han- seltnan; secretary, Delores Sahnakenberg; treasurer, Jolene Wilhelm, Following the business meeting, 500 was played at six tables for entertainment. Henry Schnakcnbtrg, Wai- ther League Zone President, <and Mary Hanselman attended a Walther League Zone Meeting at St. John's Lutheran Church in Garner on Sunday afternoon and evening. Henry presided at the business meeting. The evening was spent socially with a banquet being held and as entertainment the group enjoyed singing. Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Dimler were in Ames on Sunday where they visited in the home of their granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Childs and family. • ••••••••••MMtMMM Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS—I wish >to express my sincere 'thanks to all my friends, neighbors and relatives for theCr cards, letters, gifts and visits while I was hospitalized in Iowa City and since returning home. Duane Neal. IIMIIMHIIIHIIIIUIIIIIIIHIUIMMIIMIIIMIMII ...... IIMIIMIIMIUIIMIMIIIMIIIIIMIIMMMIIHMIIIIII men were goose hunting in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Max King, Kurt, Kathy, and Kolleen of Special Election — November 7, 1967 TOWN OF LUVERNE-POLLING PLACE, TOWN HALL Sample of Public Measure Ballot (Notice to Voters: For an affirmative vote upon any question submitted upon this ballot make a cross (x) mark or check O-*) mark in the square after the word "Yes", For a negative vote make a similar mark in the square following the word "No",) SHALL THE FOLLOWING PUBLIC MEASURE BE ADOPTED? Shall the Town of LuVerne, Iowa change the duration of the terms of it* Councilmen from two to four years, and stagger the terms thereof, so that one-half of the members of the Council are elected it each regular municipal election? YES NO f OFFICERS ELECTED The Lutheran Fellowlship club met Sunday evening in the church parlors with Mr. and Mrs. Owen Curry and SAMPLE BALLOT Town of LuVerne, Iowa REGULAR MUNICIPAL ELECTION November 7, 1967 FOR MAYOR VOTE FOR ONE JAMES MALLORY PAUL MAAS FOR TREASURER VOTE FOR ONE VERLAINE JOHNSON FOR COUNCILMAN VOTE FOR FIVE DENNIS PATTERSON D |—I DENNIS HOLMES MYRON HINZ OTTO LAWSON DALE ZENTNER | — I JOHN O. COX I — I LOWELL THOMAS 1 — I HAROLD (DICK) MILLER I — I HENRY LOERWALD D _________________________ ........ aim ~~ n .... n ___________________ zz: MUIIMIIIIIMIIIMIIMMdMIIIIIIIKIMIMMnilMMUII Algona were Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs. King's parents, Mr.. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes. Your IPS clcclric service cosls less today than ever before. Look at these facts.- Fact #1. The average home electric rate is 50% lower than a generation ago. Fact #2. The average cost of electric appliances has dropped 35% in the last 10 years. Fact jp3. The average cost of electric heat has dropped almost one-third since 1964. Fact #4. IPS has reduced residential electric rates 5 times in the last 6 years. Fact £5. IPS rate reductions (gas and electric) have saved customers nearly S3 million a year since 1961. Fact #6. If your electric bill seems higher, it's because you're using more of the over 166 available electric appliances in your home. Any IPS office will be happy to prove how electric service is one of Uie biggest bargains in today's budget. That's a fact. HUM PUBLIC mm SERVICE 19 I

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