Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1967 · Page 4
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tMMMMMMi AUXILIARY VOTIS dim filie Legion Auxiiiawr dftet at the Legion Hal! Monday evening with Id members answering roil cull. The President, Airs. John Hosford, conducted the business meet' ing. It was voted to send $2 .for Christmas Seals, $10 to Woodward; gifts and $2 to the Veteran's Hospital Mrs. Bob Gronbaoh was in charge of entertainment and 500 was played at four tables. High prize was won by Mrs. Ray Zeimet, 2nd high by Mrs. Lucille Gronbaoh and low by Mrs. Richard McKentia. Lunch was served by Mrs. Dick Gran and her mother, Mrs. Dora Gronbach. Mr. and Mrt, George B. Smith of Alden were visitors in the home of their niece, ithe Norman Scott 'home Wed)- nesday afternoon. Mrs. Ruth Necker spent a few days in the home of her brother at West Bend last week. •• Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Miller of Granville were Tuesday afternoon visitors in the home of his brother, the Martin Millers. Dr. Miller, a veternar- ian, is a meat inspector. CHRISTMAS IDEAS AT MARCIA'S Christmas Cards Christmas Decorations Lydia Darrah Candy ALL TYPES OF NOVELTY ITEMS FOR GIFT EXCHANGES MARCIA'S "The Frieiidly Store" \ LIVERMORE Mf, iiiil Mr*. L«6fl*fd KCNM ana ,>tttre^0< .btiyif have moved into Uie ; S«iltt hoxtfe iff the north part of town. For the put yew and i twlf they have been caring for a targe flock of , chicheh* for.' the Boon* Cd^dp elevatot on • farm near Hardy where they hved in their trailer houM. Mr. Rosentu (Rosey) te man. ager of the local bowBng «]. toy. • • ' Mr. and Mr*. LeR«y Oron« bach, Maurice Olson, Floyd' Raney, Mrs. Don ChrisUanr sen of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Lottie Householder of Whit* temore, Mr. and Mrs. John filler of Algona, Johnny Faith of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Max Grover of Rowley and Mr. and Mrs. Al Olson of Crawfordville ail attended the funeral, of their uncle, Art Olson at Madison, Wis., on Tuesday. While there Mrs. Householder, Mrs. filler and Johnny Faith visited a few hours in the home of their sister Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kluever of near by Stoughton. They all returned home Tuesday night. Mr». Bill Nunnemeker U working alt the Larson Drugstore in Humboldt. Mr. end Mrt. Keith Logue spent a recent weekend 'in Grand Island, Neb. in ithe 'home of Mrs. Arlene Logue. Mr. and Mrt. Gordon Scott and family of Storm Lake were Sunday visitors in the parental Norman Scott home. Mrt. Jerry Foremen it the helper at the local Bowling Lanes. The 500 Club met et the 'home .of Mrs. Paul JarVis Tuesday afternoon. Ait cards Mrs. Marvin Lamb won high, Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus second 'high and Mrs. Henry Monson low. Lunch was served after cards. Mrs. Lamb was a guest. Mrt. Molly Feth tpent e few days last week in the home of her son, the Gordon tlhs at Corwitih. Mildred Reney, Lucille Lenertz, Marie Miller, Flor- erice Altman, Nellie Duniphy, Florence Rutz and Hilda Wilson were Friday coffee guests at the home of Mrs. Marie Kelly in Humiboldt. Charlet Seegren of Fort Dodge spent Thursday visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Seagren. The Delte Dek Bridge Club met alt the Butler Tea Room with <Mrs. Karl Baessilejr as ihostess. Mrs. Larston Debolt of Peace River, Alberta, Canada Was a gu^st.^Mcs. Jessamine Miller* won ^gh, Mrs. Debolt second Sigro and' Mrs. Lucille Gtrombaoh travel. Mr. end Mrt. Dele Joiner *!td Mrt, bftk Sohuta spent Frktoy in DM Moil**. Sunday dinner fyt*f »t the Alvin Seegfeti home were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Route, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Rouse and Mr. and Mrs. Welcome Jone*, all of Ayrshire. Mrs, Bob Taylor HM returned home from the hospital in Iowa City. . Services for ErwiR Ramus at LuVerne LuVerne — Funeral services for firwin E. Ramus, 57, diest driv is completed forLuVene LuVerne ~- The 1967 LU- Verne Community Chest Drive has been competed, with total receipts of $1,049.50. The committee met on November 13 and completed allocations of the oontrilju- 'lions as follows: • >^American Social Health, $25.00; Iowa Assn. for Mental Health, $90.00; Iowa Odld- tens Home Society, $70.00; American Red Cross, $175.00; LuVerne queens ,' __ i f yi A ti. ^, ' , V . • t ' urday, Nov. 18, at the Zion Lutheran^ Church, in Lu- Verne with Reverend Paul Hrckman, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Fort Dodge officiating, .The Blake Funeral" Home of LuVerne had charge of arrangements wilth burial in the LuVerne cemetery. Mr. Ramus, son of Mrs. Martha Lou Ramus: arid the late Edward Ramus was born September 7, 1910, and died Nov. 15 in Fort Dodge, after ffMMKTi V/i —«-•»»» «•••••.. **vw ^r*. wwf ^A * w*VWy years of age were held Sat- Salvation lAfihy, $125.00; Boy Scouts, Prairie Gold Area, $200:00; United Servica Organization, $100.00; Iowa $57.00; Retarded Children's Sdhool, Algona, $100.00; Local Emergency Fund, $103.50 for a total of $1045.50. Operating Fund, Balance last report, $30.81; Contoibu- 5J«I» ty sponsoring Orgwiiza- *"*" 5 ' 165.00; 1967 Campaign ..... expense, $47.11; Batance• $38.70. «••«; '•'-' 'Local Emergency Savings MARY HJELMELAND, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peder Hjelmeland of LuVerne, was chosen Homecoming Queen at the LuVerne high school a week ago Saturday night. Other candidates were left; Coleen Johns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johns, and right, LaUrie Coyle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Coyle. She was crowned by last year's queen, Rita Patterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson. The girl's team climaxed the night with a 70-59 win over Palmer. suffering a fatal heart attack Account, Balance, 1966 re- just after noon on a Street in P° rt ' $502.36; Interest, $19.60; Fort Dodge. Mr. Ramus was 1967. Allocation, $103.50, for born and grew to manhood.. • Balance of $625.46. The committee is graceful to aH those who have assisted current campaign with LuVerne have award night ; LuVerne — Award Night for 4-H was held Saturday in the LuVerne area. He attended school at LuVerne. In 1949 'll£ ADO lllS fiHTU'iy^ IftOV* """ '",""* •"••»«••"**•••• ***mmmfrv*H^pm TTWMIft -•*«. * «• >* w •••%•••«• v^r+^yvmirvi+Hj ed to Fort Dodge where^ he .',* ^ speraal "thank-y;oti";.!l)f>i<^^^nitig at the'IuVeniB town was a self-employed printer. ' ! *flMil!PW,\who'--gav^ t -»/jjjiBtif; > ' lI "~' 1 " Surviving are his wife, Bet- 'eroii^---df v -tti^: ; ttBM;;iin«l 1 ,iiiits ty; two daughters, Mis. ™ rt Solicitors included, Bert Becky VerneU Hedeen, Cherokee; Vicki, at home; two grandohiildren; his mother, Mrs. Martha Ramus, Lu- Verne; a brother, Orval, Fort Dodge; two sisters, Mrs. Irwin Hildman, Wesley; end Miss Elizabeth Ramus, Lu- Verne. : ; ,'•., .; , '.. .; U4 ;. ' ••• . Casket bearers were Carl Hansetmant Harold Meyer, Nicholas Wolfe, Ernest Meyer, Harold Wolf and Myron Hinz. Mri.\Gl • pateewt Wt Ramus, R. C. WaUine, Fred Goetsdh, Lester Hinz, Billy Hardcopf, Ralph Davidson, Mrs. Paye Lidity, Mrs. Jess Jergensen, Mrs. Cliff Holmes, Mrs. Emdl Leistikow, Mrs. Otto Lawson, Mrs. Jerry SoU- 1e, Emma Krause, Jennie Mason and Myron Hinz. School solicitors were, Mrs. Vernion Daley, Mrs. Maurice Martin, Mrs. James Malory and^Sherman Arends. The LuVerne Livewires ginls 4-H club received the following awards. Al members of the club received a gold seal for the completion of their record books. Sharon Shorey, 4-H pen for top junior record book, Diane Curry, pen, top intermediate record book and Zelda Witzel, book award and ailso a, gold 8 year seal on record 1 book. 'Holly DeNio, cash award on blue iribbon winner of rabbits at'the County Fair, and Mrs. •County Extension Officer of Pah> Alto and Kossuth Counties. Lunch was served to the guests. Mrs. John Voss attended am all day 4-H workshop on food and nutrition in Algona on Wednesday. AT LIBRARY MEETING The North Iowa Library Extension (NILE) hosted 103 public librarians and library trustees last week for a work- 'Shop at Mason City Public library. The visitors represented 33 of the 51 member libraries im the 13 county area. Mrs. William Hardcopf attended the workshop as the 'representative of the Lu- Verne Public Library. Mrs. Edythe Cawthome and Terri Bailey for the Iowa State Travelling Library, Vern West, direcDor of the Ottumwa Pub- fic Mbrary and 'Maurice Trav- iliian, MlarsTialltown Public library director were speak- -.4. . ^_IT »»^"r^ —„ >». wppunnjr, «nwnnan anu mxs. »~«"*>»p"»i')w«i*»»'" «v wro ^«R R'V*»ip«i»». f9f ~ -T TT ,*.''as»v^ Pjtal in Fort Dodge where Max Patterson, Secretary operative > Extension Serviced usesfZerox forl cateiftifcard she wil ;be hospitaOizied for Treasurer. '- ** xmmy 1Q f fithk U; & Departmenlt of- reproduction and is changing snmp Ilium* - ' ••' ". ' ': " ''•••• '"" ii'A:^-!™.,**..—^ - ' ,fpam tfiho .otaniHa.Tvl mill <lim><u. veyor will contain a listing at «U the books in all member hbrarie*. NILE now main- i*inB A central collection of over 100,000 Volumes, both adult and juvenile. These books rotate.to member II' brartcs, each receiving a different group of books every three months. OFFICERS INSTALLED The LuVerne Livewives 4-H club held installation, of officers for the coming year and regular monthly meeting, November 18 in the home of their leader, Mrs. John Voss, Jr, Officers elected for the coming year are: President, Sharon Shorey; vice, Peggy Shaw; sec., Barbara Marty, treas., Dafawn Kinne; 'historian, Becky Smith; reporter, Holly DeNio. Talks wore given by the following girls, Cindy Smith "Blinds for the Home"; Dafawn Kinne, '•Drapes for the Home", Becky Smith, Sharon Shorey and Holly DeNio "Values of Doing Things for Others". 'Mrs. Voss gave a demonstration on "Individual Favors" arid "Making a Centerpiece from Grapes.", Diane. Curry, outgoing president, presided over the installation of the new officers. One mother, Mrs. Al Smith, and the a* aistant leader, Mrs- Owen Curry were present. The lunch was served from a decorated tea table by Mrs. Voss: Plans were made for Award Night Ho be held that evening ^at the LuVerne Town Hall. OFFICERS ELECTED The Goodwill dub held a regular meeting Nov. 13th in the home of Mrs. Raymond Nelson. Thirteen members answered the roll caH. Elec- tion of officers for tffe com> ing year ww held wtth the following nominated. President, Cerletie Naff tiger; vice/ president, Violet (toeutihj secretary, Edna Hanseimafl; and treasurer, Thelma rturtburt. The club elected to Bend $10 to the Iowa Children* Home in Des Moines, The dub made plans for their Christmas party at which they will entertain their husbands. SURPRISE COFFEE Mrs. Melvin Kubly was surprised Saturday aitemoon by a group of her neighbors to honor her with a birthday afiternoon coffee. Attending were Mrs. Alice Coyle, Mrs. Lydia Maas, Mrs. Bernice Carroll and children and Mrs. Audrey DeNio, Mrs. Carroll baked the cake for *he event, The, afternoon was spent socially! ' Mrt. Frank Orenbaeh was 'hostess to her Canasta \Club Monday afternoon. Dorothy Jergensen won high, with Dora Schipull winning tow prize. Jane Kubly was a guest..Lunch was served by the hostess. , r • ; V The Duren Watts end Ouren Lynn were Wednesday guests in the home of his aunt and uncle, the Alvin Millers, Clarion, and the parental Ralph Watts home, also of Clarion. ; . "•-;'': ', •-. Card of Thanks CARD ^OF THANks^-Many (thanks to my friends for itheir cards, Tetters, flowers and visits while I was in the hospital. Howard H. Smith. |l|-?The awards were presented Aby Mrs. Praitt of Bmmetsburgj £rom ®& standard pull drawer catalog to a card veyor machine; Eventually the card LUNCH AND BAKE SALE LUVERNE CITY HALL SATURDAY DECEMBER 2nd MENU Scalloped jChicken 3Sc • Barbecue Hamburgers 25c • ' • Cole Slew lOc 15c ,.,. \ \ LUVERNE LUTHERAN LADIES AID SOCIETY M&GREGOR STREET ^HIGHWAY 169 ALGONA, IOWA MAHEL FRIGHT FACTORY '8.99 TONKA MIGHTY CRANE 8.99 HtdlundSLED . . ,' ' • • < weather' Hollcw >*4 d«tk with [r«iiitonl finish. , ground it««l runntn. leiy H.M VA1UI LUCKY LOCKET KIDDLE '1.44 PEE WEE DOLL EDIBLES '8.99 •QHQHHHQMPHl TONKA MWHTY DUMP — WITH PURCHASE OF — ROAD RACE '9.98 s 77 QUUA BOARD 2.29 HKIKVMMMKiMOMMWi 9TRAN«STO« WALKIE TAUK '39.98 '9.88 fix FOOT RMWM fLKTHIC NUTRENA FEEDS -ONE FREE TURKEY WITH- 2 tons of Concentrate OR 4 tons of Complete OFFER 0000 FROM FRIDAY, NOV, 17 TN. 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