Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1967 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1967
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Homecoming at LuVerne dated November 11 , LuVerne — Hie LuVerne Community School invites all alumni (1894-1967), past and present faculty and school•board members, and the general public to the Fifteenth 'annual homecoming Saturday evening," November 11. This,year the Class of 1942 Will hold its 25th class reunion. Arrangements for •bringing the members of the Class of '42 together aire ba>- •ing given the classes of 1952 and 1962. This will be the 15th reunion of the class of '52. AH members are invited to 'attend the dinner in a group, and a room will be set aside for visiting during the evening. Anyone wishing to send correspondence for this reunion should' address it to Malrion Larson, Hardy, Iowa. The Senior Class will serve a chili-oyster supper with pie, serving to start at 5:30, tickets are $1 for adults and 50c for children. These tickets may be purchased in advance or on the eveing of the supper. Mrs. Wayne Warmbier (Zentner), class of '46, Mrs. James Hefty (Wittmeier), class of '60, and Mrs. Eugene Hefty (Meyer), class of '66, will be in charge of registration. Register in the lobby so a record of all alumni who attend this year's homecoming may be kept.. A section, of Mrt. Victor Fifth *« *i * : • 'vvvwvvvvvmvvvvvvwvwwvm ^ M m ,., SSL'S.. Pancakes for "Santa House ' Portland Rev, Evenst guest speaker here Sunday Alga** (Iowa) Advance— 7 to Rotary attb Jama* Mallory, mayor of UVerne, told the Alfofit Rotary club Monday noon i few of hit experience* in a trip to Europ* that ha and hit wife'took recently, H* ftiipptemented hit remark* with slides taken on the visit, He was a member of the People to People inter-go** ernmcntal study group, who with four other mayors and three state legislators, were invited to visit city officials in Europe to exchange ideas and information regarding operation of their governmental units. The Mallorys were gone during July and August and each couple paid their own expenses. His talk to the Rotarians was mainly concerned with Russia and France. "»">" "MINIUM I Hm.MllmimiMNMHHmmlHIlmil the bleachers will be reserved until 7:30 for registered alumni and families. The evening program will begin .ait 7:45 with reception of alumini, then a band demonstration, the crowning of the homecoming queen, followed by one girl's basketball 'game with Palmer. Correspondence should be addressed to L. B. Slheilton, Superintendent, (LuVerne Community School, LuVerne, Iowa, 50560. Mr. and. Mrs. Harold Leudke of Brian, Minnesota, formerly of near Fenton, and old neighbors of the Bernard Meisters, when they lived at Dexter, Minnesota, Visited in The Reverend Burton, fiv- THIS IS THE sign that will go on the new Santa Claus House the Algona Salesmen's Bureau is sponsoring. They are having a Pancake day Saturday at the Legion Memorial building. Serving is from 7 to 9 a.m. and 11 to 1:30 p.m. The proceeds will pay for the Santa House. A few of the committee pictured from left to right are Donald Jones, Paul Haverlp, R ayGilbert, Bill Steele, Kirk Struthers, Bob Riedel, and Roger Rohlck, project chairman. Mrs. Nora Gronbach was hostess to her 500 card club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Alvina Badger won high with iHwH«ii>imiimmmiinntMHiiiimHitiniHHH<«HtniiHn«iHiii Jane Kubly winning low prize. Guests were Mrs. Tillie Stoddard and Mrs. Dora Sohi- pull. Mrs. Laura Lindebak is a medical patient at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Griffitt of Charleston, Indiana, visited LuVerne friends one day last week. They came to see Mrs. Griffitt's mother, Mrs. Clara Rogers, who is a patient in the Rotary Ann Home in Eagle Grove. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewar- IIMIMIMIMHHMMtlMMMMMMIMMIIIMIIMMIIMIMMMttnmMIMIHMHMHMMMIMMMMC THANK YOU to the wonderful people of the LuVerne area I would like to take this opportunity to thank my many friends and patients in the LuVerne area during these past years who have placed their; confidence"withame^and dn my judgment. A sincere thank you to each one or you and best wishes for the future. Laura Zweifel will close my LuVerne Clinic office in the near future on a date to be announced later. At this time, the books will be under the supervision of the Security State Bank at LuVerne. Mr. Ed ward'Lindebak will have charge of them and be assisted by Rose Patterson. Dr. Robert Brainerd ,LuVerne Clinic Public Auction For the purpose of settling with the Amelia Berninghaus Heirs will offer for sale to the highest bidder on November 17, 1967, at 1:30 o'clock P.M. at the Court Room in the Court House, Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real estate, to-wit: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: TRACT #1. The North Half (N'/a) of the Northeast Quarter (NE'/ 4 ) of Section Twenty (20), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, 80 acres more or less. TRACT >2. the Northwest Quarter (NW'/i) of Section Twenty-one (21), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, 160 acres more or less. LOCATION: Four miles North of Whittemore on Highway #44 and one mile East. SOIL: Tract #1 —Clarion. Tract #2 — Clarion — Webster —. Lamoure. Good Drainage — Good state of cultivation. IMPROVEMENTS: Tract # 1 — House, good shape; Barn 28' x 32'; Granary, 800 bushels; Corn crib, 800 bushels; Poultry house, 10' x 24'; Machine shed 20' x 4tf • (metal). Tract #2 — House 20' x W x 16' with 16' x 16' x 16' addition; Garage- Crib and granary 28' x 22' x 9'; Brooder house 12' x 16'; Hog house 24' x 40' x 6'; Feed house 10' x 8'; Poultry house 16' x 68' with 16' x 2V addition; Pump house 4' x 6' x 4'; Sheep barn 12' x 14'; Silo 12 x 20' x 20'. POSSESSION: March 1, 1968. TERMS: Ten per cent of purchase price upon execution of customary contract on date of sale. Balance on March 1, 1968, upon delivery of deed and abstract showing merchantable title. For further particulars see: A. J, RICKUEFS, Referee WINKEL & WINKEL or McMAHON and CASSEL, Attorneys for Referet 85-87 nc of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Griffitt and Mrs. Lewarne are sisters. Former Wesley woman dies at Davenport Funeral services were held Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Hill-Frederiks Funeral Home, Davenport, for Mrs. Wayne (Hope) Swinton, 64, former Wesley resident. Mrs. Switi- ton died Monday morning at St. Lukes .hospital aider an extended illness. Burial was in 'the DavenpoM. Memorial Park cemetery. Hope Giddings was born Sept. 11, 1903 at Wesley. She was married August 26, 1927 to Wayne Swintoa'SIhe taugjit in Kossuth County for several years, and for nine years at the. Annie Wittemmieyer Home an Davenport. •Mrs. Swinton is survived by 'her husband; one daughter, Mrs. William Ingrain, Keokuk, and two sons, Stanley, Cedar Rapids and itlhe Rev. Jerrold Swiaton, Millers-" burg. One sister and three brothers also survive. Gordon Giddings, Wesley; Mrs. Carl Atfcin, Lindsay, Calif.; Gleinn, Laguna Hills, Calif.; and Milton, Fresno, Calif. Servicemen Ft. Campbell. Ky. (AIITNC) —Army Private James E. Sun- dc, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd S. Sundc, Fcnton, Iowa, fired expert with a M-14 rifle near the completion of basic Combat training, at Ft. Campbell, Ky., Oct. 10. The expert rating is the highest mark a soldier can achieve on his weapons qualification test. IMIMHMIIMIIIIMIIIHMMHIMUMHHIIHIMIMIMUIIUIIIIIIIIIIMHMIIIIHII Franzenburg speaker for Almanac- demorally (Continued from Page 1) i'dl Gaibton, Algona; Michael Kollascb, • Bancroft; Danny Danielson, Algona; John Ruger, 'Fenton; Lance Johnson, Algona.. Navy — Thomas Fitzpatr rick, Algona; Dean Meyer, Whittemore. Marines — Frank J. Scheim- mel, Bancroft. NEW VEHICLES Check-R-Board, Bancroft, Ford Trk.; Joe Bradley Equip., Algona, CMC; Dick John Harringa, Titonka, Chev. p/u; Richard Neal Burt, Algona, Ford p/u; Garrigan High School, Algona, Chev.; Milton Elbert McVeigh, Algona, Ply,; Wm. Jay or Evelyn M. Clark, Swea City, Ford; Universal Mfg. Co., Algona, Ford; Edward Leland Bristow, Lu- Verne, Plym.; Wayne Dennis Tietz, Algona, Dodge; Fritz J. or Shirley Ann Nielsen, Algona, Plym.; David Clarence Sandell, Algona, Chev.; Albert L. or Ant Freda Metzger, Lone Rock, Chev.; Alfred Jos or Eliz M. Grill, Algona, Rambler; Duane Otto Schmicking, Swea City, Chev.; Virginia Mae Klein, Sexton, Chev.; Wayne or Hazel Mann, Burt, Dodge; John Peter Bormann, Bode, Dodge; Norine Arnold Danielson, Swea City, Chev.; Lyle Edward Hirner, Wesley, Buick. THE APVANCf SENDS YOUR WANT AD TO 5,000 KOSSUTH HOMES State Treasurer Paul Franzenburg will be the main speaker at the Kossuth County Democratic dinner at the Veterans Community Center (old post office) in Algona Saturday, Nov. 18, at 7 p.m. There will also be a reception for Mr. Franzenburg from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m., immediately before the dinner. The reception is open to all dinner guests and will also be at the Veterans Community Center. Mr. Franzenburg is serving his second term as state treasurer. He and Governor Harold Hughes, are among the {elatively few Iowa Democrats to survive the Republican landslide at the last election. Mr. Franzenburg is considered to be the logical Democratic candidate for governor .in the event Governor Hughes decides to run for the U. S, Senate. Before election as State Treasurer he spent several years as a member of the Iowa Development Commission. He was vice-president of the commission at the time of his election to public office in 1964. He was the main speaker at a similar Democratic dinner two years ago. Tickets are $5 per person and are available from precinct committeemen and women throughout the county. They are also being sold by County Chairman Joe Straub in Algona and the vice-chairman, Ruth Hurlburt, in Swea City. • FUNERAL HOMES "Completely Appointed Homes f LMViiNi 9 WiHiY • TITONKA * CORW1TH • RENWICK , , 4 . . ^. ,,, . , the Meister home Friday •!• f st ; Deitro , ;t ' M , lch ", uwlll0 ternoon. The Luedkes sW ' g T^ Sp r ker for l ' h . c 8:0 ° a few days here visiting ^ .. 10:3 °. a -m. serv !ces at friends and relatives at Fen^ J™"! 1 * Lirtfliemn Church, •on also Sunday, Nov. 5. Mrs. ' Lawrence Govern He . 'f. Pastor of Gethsenia- spent last Friday in Des nc Lutheran Church which Moines visiting her brother has a membership of 474 and Frank and family and other f P ar ° ch . ial ., sc ho<>l in down- relatives wn Detr ° l1 - lt 1S an inter- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach, ^ intregated congregation Jr. and family were Sunday oca . ted . in the . area of Me De- dinner guests in the Joe Loe- lroit '' lol . s of "« P ast f» m " bach Sr home mol>) dunn 8 wlv1011 tim c Past- Mr. and Mrs. George Don- °. r Everist wa f "l?™ to akl avon and family of Rochest- ***<** in . ncocl - H « sermon er, Eugene Meister of Upper *' be on , hls experiences and Iowa College and Mary Ann th . e Problems of any inter- Goetz of Oelwein were week- Clly omjrcn - Meister home. Mr. and Mrs. AltOIld COflVBIltiOII Dennis Meister and Brett were Sunday afternoon visitors and Sunday evening supper guests. A record 5300 Iowa bankers Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven and their wives, including ten were Sunday dinner guests from the Iowa State Bank Alin the Milton Steven home at gona, attended the Iowa Bank- Ruthven. ers Assn. eighty-first annual Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence convention in Des Moines last Govern were Monday evening week. callers in the Victor Fitch Participating in the conven- ceived by Mrs. Rosalia Mrs, Peter KifftefT and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner. Mrs. Ed Bormann has lite club November 30. The Cfespef Kfeysen ahd Gene McGuire's, Waseca, Minn., were Visitors here Wednesday with relatives of the Kayset's. They abb Visit' ed the Grotto at West Bend. SERV1C home. tion sessions from Iowa State Sister Lucina and Sister Ju- Bank were Al Agena pres ha of the St. John parish of R 0 y McMahon, v. p ' Royal Bancroft, visited in the Law- Mold, v. p., E. J Gilmore rence and Vincent Govern cashier, and H. L. Gilmore' ihome Sunday. board chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Tieman of Mason City were Sunday DIVORCE GRANTED dinner guests in the home of A divorce was granted to ***?*? « nd George Larson from Rosella Larson by Judge Stillman last Mrs. Paul Tieman. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher of Titonka Mr weck Thoy Wl , rc marTied May 6. 1946, and separated in 19- and Mrs. Earl Miller of Al gona and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff (J2 Schroder of Bunt were Sunday afternoon callers. Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy and Flossie Bartlett attended a party in the home of Mrs. Ben Lampe at Bancroft Tuesday afternoon. Several Portland folks attended the funeral Thursday s»> Joe Trojans 4-H Club of Mrs. Amelia Polhemus at m et Thursday evening at the Burt Presbyterian Francis Erpelding's with St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner Church. election of officers the main Mrs. Johnny Spear, one of business of the meeting. The the Den Mothers of Burt, was meeting opened with the one of the drivers to take the pledge to the flag led by Al- Burt Cub Scouts to the Kos- i en Kohlhaas. Officers elect- suth County Historical 'Mu- e d for the coming year are seum at Algona which is open Marvin Kohlhaas, president; every Friday.afternoon from Tom McGuire, .vice; Allan 3 to 5 during the month of Kohlhaas, sec.; Don Erpeld- October. • m g > treas.; Janice Erpeldin'g, Mrs. Forest Willis, mother historian; Bobby Plathe, re- of Mrs. Johnny Spear went porter. The meeting closed to California for the wed- w ith the 4-H pledge led by ding of her daughter Cathy, Bobby Plathe. which was September 30. She is also visiting a son Wilbur guest and family at Fre>sno, Call- when fornia. Mrs. Richard Kohlhaas was Wednesday evening the Farmerette 500 club met at Mrs. Milford Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Spear Plathe's. Receiving prizes and family were Sunday eve- were Mrs. John Capesius, nlng supper guests in the Mrs. Wilford Kohlhaas and Robert Spear home of Titon- Mrs. Marvin Reding. Mrs. k a - Raphael Faber has tihe club "It's a wise man who knows j n November, his own business and a w.iser Mrs. Ralph Reding had the man who thoroughly tends R_N U 500 club with prizes re- to it." Immanuel Lutheran Rev. A. E. Vehling. Pastor Lettl Creek Thursday, Nov. 2 Sunday School staff meets. 7:30 p.m. — Lower Grade Teachers. 8:00 p.m. — Upper Grade Teachers. Saturday, Nov. 4 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. — Religion Classes. Sunday, Nov. 5 10:00 a.m. — Divine Services. 9:00 a.m. — Sunday School and Bible Classes. Monday, Nov. 6 8:00 p.m. — Lutheran Laymen's League. Tuesday, Nov. 7 Corn Festival. Wednesday, Nov. 8 7:30 p.m. — Choir rehearsal. Friday, Nov. 10 1:30 p.m. — Ladies Aid. 1:00 p.m. — Ladies Aid Executive Board. First Baptist Mack Carlson, Pastor Algona Thursday, Nov. 2 7:30 p.m. — The Women's Missionary Fellowship will present a program to the congregation of the church. Program and devotions will be by The<a Sparks. The Junior Choir will be singing. A special Christmas offering will be taken which will be given to our missionaries. Saturday, Nov. 4 5:00 p.m. — The young people leave for a "Hay Ride", Which will be sponsored by fihe young people from the First Baptist church of Spencer, Iowa. Sunday, Nov. 5 9:30 a.m. — Sunday School. Mr. Ron Bitz, Sup't. 10:45 a.m. — Morning Worship. > , ' ., 6:00 p.m. — Junior Ohoir practice. 6:30 p.m. — Cherubs. 6:30 p.m. — Jet Cadets. 6:30 p.m. — Junior High and Senior High Young People. 7:30 p.m. — Evening Serv-' ice. ', Seni'or Choir practice to follow the evening service. Tuesday, Nov. 7 7:30 p.m. — Sunday School Teachers and Staff meeting at the home of Ronald Bitz. We welcome you to worship and serve with us at the First Baptist Church. DIAMOND'S SAVE MORE SPECIALS BOY'S CROMPTON SAVE! CORDUROY PARKA ZIP OFF HOOD-WASHABLE TOO 1 4 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM Sizes 6 to 16. Compare at $12 95 MEN'S ALL WEATHER >~u- COATS ff*< ' *i™, ZIP ° UT PILE LINING i 1 / V - ..CHECKS-PLAIDS-SOLIDS *•' \ ' VALUES TO $25 00 PRICED AS LOW AS Sizes 36-50 X "\ It/. MEN S AND YOUNG MEN S CORDUROY DRESS COATS MANY WITH PLUSH ORLON PILE LININGS 1 Sizes 6 to 54 1 PRICES AS LOW AS "SERVIS" BRAND 1 HI CHORE STYLE 2 BUCKLE RUBBER OVERSHOES Reg. $5.95 SALE PRICE Also in Extra Longs 2 PC WATERPROOF Sizes e-U's.^ RAIN SUIT ^ FULL ZIPPER FRONT PRICED AS LOW' AS $4.99 Camouflage style as pictured SAVE! Sizes S-M-L-XL DIAMONDS Jocktt Htodquorttrs of Nortbwtit lowo

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