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Light vote Livermore town election Livermore — Si*ty>four votes were cast in the town Election last week with the following being voted in: For Mayor, George Donalds, 57 votes; Counselmen, Clarence Carlson, 63 votes, Dr. T. D. Rossing, 58 votes, Virgil Smith, 57 votes; these three Waving the most votes will serve 4 years; LeRoy Gron- ba'ch, 56 votes, Keith Logue, 54 votes; these two will serve for 2 years. Mrs. Fred Hintz received 61 votes for Town Treasurer. Others receiving votes were Robert Wilson, 2 votes for Councilman, 4 votes for Mayor, and the following each received one vote for councilman, Gus Boosalis, Dick Schultz and Maurice >McGee. Judges for tlhe election were Mrs. Robert Wonr derly, Mrs. Carl Olson and Florence Alt man. Clerks wore Mrs. Margaret Howard arid Mrs. Dick Schultz. CANADIAN VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. Loreston De Bolt of Peace River, Alberta, Canada, arc visiting in the home of their cousin, Mrs. Hazel Sanders. They flew to Fort Dodge last Thursday where Mrs. , Sanders met them. They will also visit with other cousins, Mrs. Hazel Morey of West Bend and the Harvey Moreys of Livermore. Mrs. Sanders and Mrs. Hazel Morey visited these cousins last summer when •they went to Canada on a month's trip. Mrs. Morey also visited in the Sanders (home on Friday. WSCS MEETING The WSCS met at the Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Hatrtley Mackintosh as 'hostess. Mrs. Dick Schultz gave the lesson assisted by Mrs. Bert Schwendeman, Mrs. Dale Joiner and iMrs. Mackintosh. Nineteen members answered roll call with "A Good Neighbor Deed" either received or given and there were two guests, Mrs. Marvin Lamb and Mrs. Ernest Logue. ELEVATOR ASSISTANT 'vA't a recent meeting oithe. board ; of directors of the Farmer's Co-op Elevator, it was decided, to hire an assistant manager for the elevator. Dick Schultz, who '•has been employed by the eilevator for the past year and a half has accepted the job with an increase in pay. Bob Rowe is the manager. NO DRAWING There was no cash drawing Saturday night as the stores were closed ait 6 o'clock due to Veteran's Day. Mrs. Viola Westel of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., is here visiting her mother, Mrs. Maude Wilson and 'her son Robert Taylor of New York, who has spent the past several months here. Mrs. LeU Heiter and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Donald Heiter of Spencer attended the wedding of a grand nephew, Willis BaJlinger and Diane Vaske at the Catholic Church in Bancroft on Saturday, Nov. 4. They also attended the dinner. • Mrs. Martha King was hostess to the 20t)h Century club iat the L. W. Butletr home Tuesday afternoon. The President, Mrs. Karl Baessler conducted the business meeting •and Mrs. John Olson gave the lesson. Lunch was served. , Mrs. Anna Bormann and 'Mrs. Ted Wagoner went to the ih'ome of Mrs. Frank Hilbert 'Monday afternoon to the Gay Shufflers Card club. Mr, and Mrs. John Olson, Mrs. Karl Baessler, Mrs. Nettie Beers, Anna Murray, Mrs. Hazel Sanders, Mrs. Jessamine Miller, Marguerite Wyman and Mrs. Marcia Ber- ryfull attended the meeting of the Historical Society in Huinboldt Monday evening. Mrs. Claude Long of Dakota City, daughter of Mrs. Beers, presented some of the autographs, letters and pictures of famous people that she •has collected, a hobby which 3he started in the 1920's. Among the famous people were senators, governors, act- ore and actresses, Queen ^Ms^w^R ftRSnW w Mrs. Anna Bormann was hostess to the Contract Bridge Clyb at the L. W. Butle? fc«me Saturday afternoon. ' Tfel Deal and Chat Bride* '(. met at the Japves Bor- H&g Tto*dj*y. A 1:30 luncheon was served a* cards, Mrs C. M. Bjfc- er won high, Mrs All hjgf aM Mrs. Logile, travel. Mrs. Ferris Hufidettfnirk «nd Mr*. Bob Wortdefly Were guetts. fan* Warnar ef MwmWI* stayed with his aunt and uncle, the Dale Joiners Friday and Saturday while his par* ents were in Ames. MM. SUnehe Wfiftwt ef Britt visited in Livefmore a Couple of days recently, Martuarlta Wyman was hostess to the Equality dub 'at the L. W. Butler home Thursday afternoon. The President, Miss Wyman con* ducted the business meeting and Mrs. Louise Gronbach gave the lesson. Lunch was served. Mrs. Margaret Howard has gone to St. Louis to visit in the home of her son, the Jim Howard's. She traveled by bus. Art Olson, 46 ex-Livermore resident, dies Livormoro — Funeral services were held Tuesday at Madison, Wis., for Art Olson, 46, who died unexpectedly Saturday forenoon of a heart attack while out in the woods. Mr. Olson was the youngest son of the late Oscar and Jessie Olson and was born 'and raised in Livermore. He received all'his schooling here and graduated from the Livermore high school where he was an outstanding basketball player. He served in the Navy during World War II. Aftefr his discharge from the service he was manager of the local Liquor store. On Dec. 29, 1946 he was married to Janet Ericksen of Minneapolis, a teacher in tlhe Livermore school, in the Lutheran Church at Bode. They lived in Livermore until moving to Madison, a coil- pie of years later where he was employed in a laboratory. At the time of his death ihe was a draftsman at the University of Madison. He is survived by his wife Janet, five children, three girls and two boys, ranging in age from 6 to 17, two brothers, John and Carl, 'both of Livermore, three sisters, Mrs. Guy Raney of Livermore, Mrs. Gene Sweeney of Britt artd Mrs. Wayne Graves of Redland, Calif. . ; Mr. and Mrs. John Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sweeney attended the funeral. 60th ANNIVERSARY A family dinner was held tat the Ted Wagner home Sunday, Nov. 12 in honor of the 60th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Wagner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Lenertz, the 38th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Boosalis, a daughter, and the 10th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Me- Guire, a granddaughter, of Burt. Those attending besides the honored couples were Mr. and* Mrs. Al Lenertz, a son, their children, Mr. and Mrs. Don Henry and small daughter Susie of Hoven, So. Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Koelher and Ronnie of Rudd, Mr. and Mrs.' Bob Lenertz and Teresa of Grinnell, the Me- Guire three children, Nancy, Norma and Mickey, Mrs. Agnes Genler of Comfrey, Minn., Florence Altman of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fisher and Ben Jr. of Springfield, Minn. The 10 a.m. mass was said for their intention at Sacred Heart Church where Mr. and Mrs. Lenertz were married Nov. 12, 1907. A largo crowd attended the funeral services of Jess Martin at the schoolhouse Sunday afternoon. A dinner was served for the family at the Legion Hall at noon and lunch at the Methodist church. Members of the family were pallbearers. Lucky Strikers league W L Dasen Oil Co. 29% J4V4 Bode Co-op 28 16 Livermore Bank __ 26 18 Livermore Co-op _ 25% 18V|} Bode Locker 24 20 Watkins 21 23 ImperiaicCafe 20 24 Sawyer's 20 24 High Team Game Livermore Bank 699 Dasen Oil 681 Livermore Lanes 657 High Team 3 Games Lj'vermore Bank 2005 Livermore Lanes 1992 Dasen Oil 1953 High Ind. Game Alice Rosenau 177 Betty Rongved 173 Battier Loos 470 y High Ind. 3 Games Jjesan SUrsen 4^7 Alice Rflsenau 461 Margaret Howard 449 4—Algeria (lew*) Irvington •y Mae McLean The Alvin Webers, Lu^ Verne, Henry Weber, Corwith, John Webers of this area, and Dr. Ralph Webers, Bancroft, spent the weekend at Pontiac, 111., for the 80th birthday of a sister, Mrs. Glenn Antrim. Enroute Sunday the group met the Charles Webers at Cedar Rapids, and had dinner at Homestead, near Amana. Charles •and his wife Nancy are teachers in the Cedar Rapids school. Mrs. Walter Barr spent last week in the hospital at Iowa pity, for a checkup. She returned home Saturday. The Mark Scearcys, Truman, Minn., were Sunday visitors at Clarence Canaday's. Guests at Gerald Schmitt's Sunday were the Clarence Arbogasts, Fen ton, and Mrs. Olga Huskamp, Algona. It was Mrs. Arbogast's birthday. The Francis Metzens, Mrs. Raymond Metzen and Dale Lynn drove to Des Moines Saturday night and Sunday morning met Floy Neal, Colorado Springs, who will visit 'relatives in the area for about three weeks. Mrs. Neal and Mrs. Ray Metzen are sisters. John Dubaski, Irvington, is reported recovering following surgery recently at Veteran's hospital, Des Moines. John had the right leg amputated below the knee some time ago, and in the latest surgery the leg was removed above the knee because of infection. Friday evening dinner guests at Clyde Dudley's were the Joe Tomlinsons, Manly, and Suzanne Dudley and Ralph Tomlinson, the latter two students at Westmar college, LeMars. " Herbert Rosenau, has received a letter from the late Wade .Ball's niece, Mrs. Vernon Kilburn, Chula, Mo., giving h3w flhe details of Mr. Ball's death ;sudden|y Nov. 3 of a heart attack at Meadviile, Mo. He had visited the Kilburns on Halloween and was feeling very well. His doctor reports that he was feeling better than usual as it was Mr. Ball's custom to see the doctor weekly. He was found dead in his home by a Mend who delivered his mail. The coroner believed he had died at two or three o'clock in the morning without realizing that he was very sick since ihe had promised to call neighbors if at any tune he felt ill. A cornpicker being operated by Gerald Schmitt on the Kenneth Roney farm last Saturday caught on fire and considerable damage was done before the blaze could be extinguished. Visitors at Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich's Thursday were •Mrs. Froehlich's aunt and uncle, the Carl Schimels of Blue Garth. The Clarence ArndOrfers drove to Oelwein Sunday and visited Mrs. Amdorfer's sister, the William Brpeldings. Joyce Arndorfet, daughter of the Clarence Amdorfers, visited her parents here Saturday, Joyce attends college in Mankato and was an at- tendent at the wedding of her roommate Carolyn Powers, Who was married in Fort Dodge Saturday. The Neil Colwells, Des Moines, were visitors Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Marie Colweil, Algona. The Col- wells also visited Neil's uncle, Claude Fowler in St. Ann 'hospital. Guests Sunday of Mrs. Florence Oolwell, Irvington, were the Merle Bakers, Des Moines, and Clement Fowlers, Clare. The Bakers and Fowlers also visited Mrs. Colwell's brother, Claude Fowler in St. Ann hospitajj where ihe has been since Nov. 1 with a 'broken hip from a fall at his home here. A son was born to the James Rosenmeyers, Corwith, Nov. 13 at St. Ann hospital, 7 Ibs, 12 ozs. Another son of the Rosenmeyers, Richie is spending a few days with his gjtMuimother, Mrs. Evelyn Froehiliah, while his mother is in the hospital. An early Thanksgiving was observed at Mrs.' Margaret Kent's Sunday. Suetfe were the Lewii Kents and Lewjf Jr., Wf*ington, p. C.; Sue Kent, Alewndna, Va.; ttxe ?m& CwreJlS and Pauj Jr., Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Larry Bells, Garner,* Dick McMahon, Waterioo, and 'Mary Lou McMahon, ' Clear Lake. Paul Curren was dig' charged recently from the navy at Quantico, Va., and the family then drove to Shel< by, Ohio., where they spent two weeks with Paul's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Curren, ST. They also stopped at Chatsworth, Hi., for a visit with the Mike Foxes. Mrs. Fox is the former Mabel Kent of Wesley. The Currens and the Lewis Kents and Sue Kent all arrived in Algona at noon Saturday. The Currens plan on making their home here. Sue Kent,- student at Strayer Junior college, Washington, D. C., flew back Tuesday, and the Lewis Kents plan to start the return trip Saturday. Margia Froehlich, daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich, drove to Mason City Saturday and attended a workshop at Newman high school. Margia 1 was accompanied by Marsha Hinken, Mary Kay Miller, both of Algona, and two Presentation Sisters of Ct. Cecilia's in Algona. > A family dinner Sunday, Nov. 12 at Leo Clark's, Britt, for brothers and sisters of Mr. Clark, was attended by Mrs. Ray Fitch, Algona, Mrs. Daisy Stevenson, Britt, Howard Clark, Grand Meadows, Minn., and the Don darks, Corwith. The family gathering is an annual affair each fall before the Leo darks leave for Phoenix, Ariz.; for the winter in their trailer. Breakfast at St. Joe to aid charity fund St. Joe — A bake sale and breakfast following the 8 and 10 o'clock masses Sunday will be held in" St. Joseph's school 'hall sponsored 1 by the Catholic Daughters of Amferica'. Half of the proce«b:are' x to 'be given to the Bishop's Char' ities. The public is invited-to attend with the committee in charge, Lucille Dig, Mrs: Leonard McGuire, Mrs. Frank Hilbert, Mrs. Dennis Holmes, Mrs. Herb Kayser, Mrs. Francis Erpelding, Mrs. Mark Thai- ges, Mrs. Milford Plattie, Mrs. E. J. Gales, Mrs. Irene Bor, mann, Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Mrs. Sylvester Wagnier, Mrs. Alfred Reding and Mrs. John Hilbert. The Lou Ryans, Noreeh, Perry, Shawn; Kelley and Jamie, Carroll, were weekend visitors with the Roger Thute. K. L. Kohlhaas came home Saturday from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where he had been a patient a week following a farm accident. Mrs. Mike Hofer was a medical patient last week in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. The Catholic Daughters of America, Wesley, Workshop held on Sunday afternoon was attended by the following St. Joseph members: Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mrs, Herb Kayser, Mrs. Maurice Reding, Mrs. Harold Reding, Mrs. Peter Reding, Mrs. Adeline Wagner, Mrs. N. J. Weydert, Mrs, Paul Erpelding, E. J. KoUasch and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner. The Dean Dodds have a son, Charles William, born Sunday in St. Ann 'hospital in Algona. He has two sisters, Debbie and Lori and a brother, Murl. Grandparents are the Raymond Kohlhaases, St. Joe, and William Doddses,' Algona. Great grandparents are Mrs. Minnie Winkel, Al- v gona, and the John Thuls and' K. L Kohlhaases, St. Joe. The Joe Ilingsdorfs and Mike left Sunday for Center- vpe after a visit here with relatives. Joe is a sophomore •at Centervme college and a member of the football team. WESLEY NEWS Bill Cruise is expected home this week from Vietnam, where he has served one year with the army. He is a son of the Vine Cruises, Mrs. Jo Meurer and Jim spent the weekend with the Don Vogefc at LohrvUle. The Joe E|senl3arthf,-Frai*- lin, Minn., were weekend guests in the Mrs. Sophia HiWmian home. They visited' •her brother, Ed Hjldunan, a ra®.ent at St. Algona Sunday. LuVerne dates holiday party fer Auxiliary LuVernt ~ The LuVerne American, Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall Monday, November 6 with 17 members answering the roll call. The president, Darlene Curry, presided at the business meeting The unit decided to send a girl to "Girls State" in 1968. A memorial in the amount of $25 was given to the auxiliary in memoriam of Mrs. Viva Giddings, a long time member of the American Legion Auxiliary. On November 14 a County meeting was held at Wesley. Dec. 4 the Auxiliary will have its annual Christmas Party with a 6:30 p.m. dinner followed by a social hour with a 50c gift exchange. Hostesses were Loretta Guy and Violet Dimler who presented guessing games flor entertainment. GROUP PLANS PARTY The LuVerne Memorial Society met at the City Hall Thursday afternoon, November 9 with the president, Alice Hinz presiding. The roll caiil was answered by 22 members. Two guests, 'Mrs. Martha Bierstedt and Mrs. Anna Hanselman were present. Emma Krause and Mrs. Wilma Baskerville gave two appropriate readings. Bingo was played for entertainment. Hostesses were Tillie Baumgartner, Margaret Gillespie and Ruby Godfrey. The December meeting will host the Christmas Party with a 75c gift exchange with .the persons name included on the gift. Hostesses for .the December meeting will be Flor- ' ence Stewart; Myrtle Bggel- ston and Eleanor Kubly. . AUCTIONS "DATED ;,The . j.r, j. aubmefo Friday * afternopn' iathe. honie;of Ann Bjustrpm witih thirteen members answering the roll caU. Gertie Hefti presented the lesson*, "Town History of Lu- Verne", wWch was greatly enjoyed by those present. Bingo " was played at the soda! hour with, prizes awarded. The December' meeting wil be held in the home of Jean Hbert with Florence Stewart co-ihostess. A 50c gift exchange will be given at the December meeting aSong with a "White Elephant" auction and "passing" auction. TO IOWA CITY 'Mrs. Edna Bowman, who was injured last week in an accident; which took the Me of Jess Martin, 54 years of age, of Livermore, was transferred from St. Ann hospital N in Algona to Iowa City. Mrs. Bowman, who was alone in 'her car suffered a crushed heel and cuts and abrasions. She is doing nicely at University of Iowa Hospitals in Iowa City. Mrs, Bowmans address is C-52, 5th floor, University of Iowa Hospitals, Iowa City. DATE FEATHER PARTY The LuVernie American Legion will sponsor a Feather Party November 17 at 8 p.m. The public is invited to attend. Mrs, Sadie Wagner accompanied Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rastau of Gilmore City to Algona where they had Sunday dinner at the Johnson House. In the afternoon they visited with the Arthur Rist- aus. Mr». Dorothy Pergande, chairman of Group one of the Music Mothers, 'has notified ^)e ladies in her group that the group has decided to contribute $3.75 to the fund, instead of having a project. AW money, is to be turned in by the 271* of November. The money can be given to Mrs. Pergande or Eunice Blake. 6vtf *• in the hen* * Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Holmes on the evening of Nov. 8 were Mr. and Mrs. Max King and gmjy of Algona, Mr. and Mil, f urt DeNio ana Holly, and Mrs. Dureo Watfc w* Dureii tfnn. Tto* oocaaon Urthdiy of Mrs. ' ' ' • i* Mrs. Pt* taiul I attended ttotnecofhtag Saturday evening, Mr. and Mr§, Jim Match ef Maryville, Mo., attended Homecoming in LuV«rne on Saturday evening, Mrs, Hitch, the former JuUe Faubtick, b living in Maryville while her husband ii stationed with . the Coast Guard in 'Michigan. Attending Hemeceming Saturday evening, Nov. 11 at the LuVerne school were many of the LuVerne School Alum* ni. Among those present were Mr. Howard Beardsley of Algona, from the graduating class of 1905 and Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Martin and Mr. and Mrs. J. Arnold Hjelle. Mr. Martin and Mr. Hjelle are former superintendents of the LuVerne School system. The small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meyer is a patient at the hospitals in Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer are former residents of Lu- Verne. They now reside in Ottop, Iowa. Mrs. Earl Johns accompanied Mrs. Lucille Steil and her son Tom Steil, who is a student at the University of Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bern'baumer to Iowa City Sunday where Mrs. Johns visited her sister, Mrs. Bdjna Bowman, patient at the University of Iowa Hospitals in Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Betnbaumer took their daughter on to Burlington Where she is enrolled in nurses training in Burlington. They all returned to LuVerne Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller of Mason City attended Homecoming in LuVerne on Saturday evening. Roger Heine, who ilives with them, is now home from the armed forces after spending sometime in Germany. Roger is planning to continue 'his college career. Dr. and Mrs. John Skogmo of Fort Dodge visited In LuVerne Saturday evening and attended the Homecoming festivities^ Dr. and Mrs. Skogmo are former residents of LuVerne where Mr. Skogmo practiced deritistry for a numiber of years, i ••• .:'.. " ";, ;, -.'-. r,Rita Patterton, Ames, student at Iowa State University was a weekend guest in the home of her parents, (Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson and sister Diane. Rita^ who was last years Homecoming Queen presented Howard Beardsley, of Algona, Class of 1905 as the oldest alumnus present at this years Homecoming. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Surby of Waterloo were guests in the home of Mrs. Surby's mother, Mrs. Minnie Henderson. They also attended Homecoming Saturday evening. Mrs. Surbys graduating class of , 1942 was honored at the festivities. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Johnson of Oelwein attended Homecoming Saturday evening. Mr. Johnson is the son of the Luther Johnsons of California, formerly of Lu- Verne- and Mrs. Johnson is the former Phyllis Surby, former LuVerne resident. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are alumui of the LuVerne school. Oar and tractor collidt Tmday A car and tractor collided one mile southeast of Lone Rock Tuesday morning but neither of the drivers was injured. A car driven by Goldie A. Behrends, 53, was traveling east as was a Farmall tractor pulling an applicator and a trailer with tank operated by Roger Cherland, also of Lone Rock. The Behrends car was trailing the tractor and when she pulled out to pass, clipped the left rear of the applicator! Both machines went into the south ditch and the car had 9350 in damage while the tractor and applicator had $100 damage. Deputy Sheriff Don Wood investigated, dies Sunday; rites at Bode Harold Nlchoii Hamen, 77 year old retired LuVerne area farmer, died Sunday at the Good Samaritan rest home where he was a resident. /'Funeral services were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the St. Olaf Lutheran church, at Bode, the Rev. Norman Johnson officiating. Burial was in Bastlawn Memorial Gardens, Algona, with the McCuUough funeral home in charge. Pallbearers were Duane Monson, Harold Bathke, Tho/ mias Bathke, Charles Wied- mah, Gary Kelley and Roger Hansen, all grandsons. Harold N. Hanson was born August 20, 1890 near Oslo, Norway. He was married to Dagmar Satree October 16, 1916, at Bode. They farmed in Nebraska 20 years and then moved to the LuVerne area and farmed until 1957. Mrs. Hansen died in 1965. Surviving are six daughters and two sons. Twila, Mrs. Clarence Bathke; Edith, Mrs. Edward Wiedman, both of Norfolk, Nebr. ; Ann, Mrs. Russell Kelley, Algona; Nina, Mrs. H. L. Watts, Buena Park, Calif.; Laura, Mrs. Gerald Haushild, Oraville, Calif.; Nordis, Mrs. Roger Mortinsbak, of dear Lake, S. D.; Harding, Lu- Verne ;and Clifford, Sioux Ci' ' . . LuVerne girls victory adds to LuVerne — The 15th annual LuVerne Homecoming ,was held —Saturday -Withr^a- large crowd attending the fe*- Carol WMl *f MftM At 5:20 p.m. Tuesday, Robert Bixler, Des Moines, driving west on the McGregor road, hit a deer that jumped out in front of his car. Mr. B.isJer drove to the police station to report the acci. djnt .p* tb« Algona ftppce investigated. The imwct broke both bacjj.jegs of the ' car, a hu*- Ford, evening was crowning of the 1967 homecoming queen, Mairy Hjelmeland, daughter .of Mr. and Mrs. Peder Hjelmeland by the reigning queen Rita Patterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson."- • .. • ';..•. •-.•'••;•':. v -.%.>v Attendants were Laurie Coyle, daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ooyle, and Ooleen Johns, daughter of Mr! and 'Mrs. Earl Johns. Escorts were Doug Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson, Duane Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Will, and Don Bristow. Crown bearer was Jeanna Krause, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Krause. The girls basketball team added to the success of the evening by posting a 70-59 victory over the Palmer Panthers. LUTHERAN AID MEETS Lutheran Ladies Aid held a regular monthly meeting Thursday in the church parlors with Mrs. Pat Gronbach 1 as the hostess! Pastor Mueller opened the meeting with a Scripture lesson. A report on the Christian Growth Workshop held at Storm Lake was given by Pastor and Mrs. Mueller • and Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg, also a report was given on, the Lutheran Homefinding Society meeting in Fort Dodge was given by Martha Bierstedt. Alice Hanselman, Vera Voss and Martha Ramus also attended this meeting. Election of officers was held with the following ladies nominated for the coming year: President, Mrs. Thees Schnakeftlberg; Vice-president, Dorothy Han- seiman; Secretary, Vera Voss; Treasurer, Harriet Schujz; Christian Growth chairman, Carmen Nielsen; L.W.M.L. secretary Mrs. John Hanson. The Christmas boxes for Cherokee are to be turned in by December 3. BROTHER IS DEAD Paul Blumer has received word of the death of his brother Henry Blumer 86 ydars of age at WoodvUle, Wisconsin on November 7th. Services were held on Monday, Nov. 10, m®\ interment m KJHPP, Wisconsin, where he resided until § few years fife. Mr. Blumer wtf born and grew to manhood ia (tie Vefiie at 30 tag moved to MfflnttUMiiifi in Iftltt. uitierA ^li^iru^i^^^ey «j§ ^e^u^ Vlfnn|9f»- fore moving to Wi*x»*n. Julius Knopfs observe 71st anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Julius Knopf observed their 71st wedding anniversary Saturday, Nov. 11, 'at the Good Samaritan Home I where they have been; residents the past few years. The Knopfs formerly lived at LuVerne where they farmed •many:years. /.,. ->; •:. : '^^ Arrangements for the pony were made by their daughter, Mrs Henry Zweifel, Algona:; Guests Saturday were Mes- dialmes Bierstedt, Hanson, Hesse and Ramus, all of the Lu- Verne Lutheran Ladiea Aid of Which Mrs. Knopf is an honorary member. They presented the honorees with a beautifully decorated cake baked by ; Mrs. Pergande. Hymns were •sung, Mrs. Zweifel read a poem written by the,Rev. Richard Zweifel, Denver, Colo., n 'and dedicated to. his grandparents. Local guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Buscher, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Zweifel, both grandchildren, Mrs; Lawrence Gillespie and Mrs. Grady Phillips. •• •-. -,:.. • . : ; ..'••;•;••' In further celebration a family gathering was held on Sunday. In attendance were Mrs. Thelma Knopf, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Knopf, Mr. and Mrs. 'Leroy Peterson, Dayton, Mr. and'Mrs. George Knopf, Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Wood, of Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Joss, Maude Knopf, 'Mason City. William Knopf, 91 year old brother of Mr. Knopf, was brought here by his son Paul of Sheffield. Swea City Juniors to give play The Swea City Junior class under direction of Mrs. Roy Hansen, will' give /their class ..play, -',:See,How, They Run,'! at; xnigbt; Ac Jacque Drew/Debbie Goracz- kowski, John Van Norman, Marlene Larson, Jeff Neytrlin. Jack Pingel, Keith Henrichsen, Tom Davidson, and Brian Slg Wood is cage hHermaR Sig Wood of Algona is one of seven letter men at Simpson college this winter as the basketball season opens- at Indianola. He is the tallest man on the squad at 6'6". Dick Starr is the new coach at Simpson and the team will open at William Jewell Dec. 1. ***•" ""'^^••^•^^^^•^•^^^•^•^^^^^^^^^^^ CARD OF THANKS -^ j wish to express my sincere thanks to the people of Lu- Verne for their confidence in me and their loyal support in re-electing me Mayor of Lu- Verne, Jim Mallory, ^ 31w89 THIS ONE GOBBLES HAY AND EAR CORN Just as Fast at Y«u Can Fit* it •> Feeders asked for a better grinder-miwsr, one to perform at high volume without spoon feeding." Brady built it-Built it like the customfeed rigs to take the toughest a- buw, day-in, day-out, that'* why the switch has been to Brady. **• Vf Auger swings IW . . . delivers into a silo up to SO* high, merely by adding pipe. Setitteeey* OMROLLBMME

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