Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1967 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1967
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New Livermore man takes over gas station L)vttrnMr* ••— Mr. and Mrs. Don Pcdefsen and three children of Dakota City have moved into the Lawrence Ruhnke house in the north part of town which was recently Vacated by the Jerry McCuUough family. Mr. Ped- eraen will manage the Texaco Oil station which was recently bought by the W & H Coop Co. A NEW SON Mr. and Mrs. Keith Smith of Humboldt are the parents of a boy bom Nov. 22. Me has been named Steven Keith and weighed 7 pounds 14 ozs. There is also a little girl in ithe family. Paternal grand-' parents are Mr. and Mrs. Dc- Verne Holmes. Gutitt in tht Paul Jams 'home for Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Beam arid family and Mr. and Mrs. Vyron Nelson and family of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Viva Weiss of Manson and their daughter, Mr. and 'Mrs. Mervin YOager and mother of Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Burling- CHRISTMAS IDEAS AT MARCIA'S Christmas Cards Christinas Decorations Lydia Darrah Candy ALL TYPES OF NOVELTY ITEMS FOR GIFT EXCHANGES iMARCIA'S "TJhe Friendly Store" LIVERMORE oi Miller Springs, Iowa were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Afdes Hamm. Mr. and Mrs. Nerman Scott returned home 'Friday evening after spending several days ittd Thanksgiving Day with their daughter and son- inytow. Major and Mrs. Robert D. Reavis at Montgomery, Alabama. On their flight down, their daughter met them at Atlanta, Georgia and they enjoyed a couple of days sightseeing on the way 'to Montgomery. One of the places of interest -they toured was the Little White House at Warm Springs, another was the George Washington Carver Museum at Tuskegee, Ala. Major Reavis is stationed at Maxwell Air Force Base at Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wicker entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bos worth, Jim and Bill and Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Bosworth of Algona, Elizabeth Wicker of St. Paul and John Wicker and Jarrod of Humboldt for Thanksgiving dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jung of Clarion were afternoon visitors. They also helped Mrs. Wicker celebrate her birthday. Guests in the DeVerne 'Holmes home for Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gales and Michael of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Sal Odenbrett of Dakota City, Mr. an'd Mrs. Kenneth Smith and Keith Smith of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry MoCul- lough and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bob White and John, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frederick and Mrs. Ruby Holmes were Thanksgiving dinner guests in the home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Ed Reimers at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Earl (Bud) Clipston and Louise went to the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Waite of Mason City to help their 'grandson Scott celebrate his 8th birthday, the Sunday before Thanksgiving. Mrs. Dora Gronbach, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gronbach and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Gronbach and family and Mr. and Mrs. Al Sinclair and family were all Thanksgiving guests at the Dick Cran home. Louise Clipston spent the 'holiday weekend from Wednesday to Sunday in the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kemna at Dolliver. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Scott of Denver, Colo., have been transferred by his company and have moved to Palo Alto, Calif. He is the son of the Norman Scotts. Those attending a family dinner Thanksgiving Day at the Lions Den were Mr. and 4—Algon* (Iowa) Advance THURSDAY, NOV. 30, If67 Mrs. Bob Johnson and Rachael and AJice Smith of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chaudoin and family of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. John Hosford and family and Mr and Mrs. Burrell Smith. Mrs. Hatel Sanders spent Thanksgiving Day at the ihome of her son and family, Joe Sanders of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Myers and family of Okabena, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Karsh- niak and family of Mountain Lake, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seagren of Fort Dodge and Wayne Seagren of Cedar Rapids were Thanksgiving guests at the Alvin Soagron home. Mrs. Myers and children remained until Sunday. Thanksgiving guests in the Jack Vaughn home were T Sgt. and Mrs. Don Barkley anfd family of Duluth, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Macken- 'tosh and family of LeMars and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Zeman arid son of Dakota City. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joiner and family were Thanksgiving guests at the John Warner home in Humboldt. Thanksgiving day guests in the Dick Schultz home were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sohultz and Jay of Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nickel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Nickel of •Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Schultz and family and Bill Sohultz of Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Logue. Larry Joiner, who teaches in Eddyville is spending Thanksgiving vacation at the home of bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joiner. LUCKY STRIKERS LEAGUE Dasen: Oil .. 35'/z 16V_ Livermore Bank __ 33 19 High Ind. Series Norma TerwilUger 513 Jean Larsen 487 Marie Wilson 486 High Ind. Game Marie Wilson 201 Kay Sawyer 181 Norma Terwilliger 178 High Teem Series liver more Bank _ _ _ _ _ 112205 Dasen Oil ^__i;___:___ '2072 Bode Co-op. _. 2017 High Team Score Livermore Bank 1 835 Dasen Oil 733 Bode Co-op _ LuVerne man, Gilmore City girl, married LuVerne — Wanda Lee Mus- setman, Gilmore City, became the bride of Russell Myers,of LuVerne, November 16 at the Hope Lutheran Church in Maryvillc, Mo. Pastor Charles Abbot officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Musselman of Gilmore City; the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Myers, LuVerne. Mr. Myers is a 1966 graduate of the Lu- Verne school and is employed at Jet-Co in Humboldt. EUROPEAN PROGRAM Three new members, Kay Hefty, Barbara Holmes and Sharon Savage, joined the LuVerne Progressive Club at the meeting in the home of Elaine Walline Monday evening. The program, given by Lavon Mallory, was about an artist from each of the countries she and her husband visited in Europe last summer. As part of her presentation she played a tape recording of a piano concert of Chopin's music taken at her .birthplace in Poland and a reading of Robert Burns poetry in Scotland. It was decided to give a cash gift from the treasury, to the school for Retarded Children at Algona, and have a $1 gift exchange among ourselves for Christmas. WED 25 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Collyn DeNio of Cedar Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Duren Watts and Holly DeNio of LuVerne were hosts 'to a belated twentyfifth anniversary dinner in honor of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burt DeNio, at Charlie's Supper Club in Algona Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Weigel of Boone also attended. AT GOLDEN WEDDING Mr."and Mrs. Fran! , bach attended the Golj Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Drusseli of West Bend on Sunday. Mr. Gronbach was best man at their wedding fifty years ago. thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Gerhard Myers were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Myers of Humboldt and Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Danzer and Michael of Mankato, Minnesota. ' Rtv. and Mrs, Roy Bie»e< meyer went to Glen Ellyn, Illinois on thanksgiving Day to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Biesemeyer until Saturday. Mr*. Lucinda Stone spent the weekend in Atlantic with her son, Ronald. Sunday Mrs. Stone and Ronald attended the Cinerama of "Gone With the Wind" in Omaha. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the home of Mr. dnd Mrs. Max Black were their son, Lewis and children, Phyllis, Danny and Doug. Mr. and Mr*. A. J. Pergande spent Sunday visiting in Humboldt arid Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Btrt Thomas returned home after spending two weeks in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota visiting in the homes of their children and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thomas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Arlene) Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill (Lorene) Shoen- rock and family, Mrs. Llelvyn Six and daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Stone and family, Gary Thomas, and Dorrance Thomas. Thanksgiving Day was spent in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson/ Gary drove his parents back to Lu- Verne on Saturday morning. . Holly DeNio, daughter of the Burt DeNio's spent Friday and Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Weigel at Boone. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Liu and daughter, Lirio of Wichita, Kansas arrived Thursday to spend the Thanksgiving weekend in the home of Mrs. Lui's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Jr. The Liu's left Sunday for their home in Wichita. Weekend guest* in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bierstedt were their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Bierstedt of Otho. Sunday .callers in th^vBierstedrt; home ! were:* Mrs; Bierstedt's sister and family. :.j$ ; iv. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Bern* i inghaus, Betty and Edward of Whittemore and the Bier• stedt's son and family, Mr. <and Mrs. Norbert Bierstedt of Algona. Guests in the home of Mr. -and Mrs. A. J. Pergande have been Mrs. Pergande's sister and husband, Mr. "and Mrs. Larseti of Des Moines. Mrs. Larsen came on Sunday and Mr. Larsen on Wednesday, They left for their home in Des Moines on Friday. ThanksfivifW Day dinner guests in the home of Ernest Meyer were his daughter" and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and children of Sanborn and Charles's parents f Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown of ' Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin (Bud) Kubly drove Mrs. Kubly's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson of Humboldt to Casey for Thanksgiving and a McDowell family reunion. . Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emery of Fort Dodge, Elead Wegner of Algona, and Richard .Wegner of LuVerne were Thanksgiving guests-in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinz. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinz were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rosenberg of Fairmont, Minnesota and Mrs. Virgil Jacobson and daughter, Debbie of Guch- een, Minnesota. The ladies are nieces of Mrs. Hinz. Guests in the home of Mrs. Myrtle Eggelston last Sunday were her granddaughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Block of Rolfe, Mrs. Block is the former Janet Henry. Mrs. Myrtle Eggelston accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard of Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Glawe of Corwith to Des Moines where they spent Thanksgiving Day in the home of the Miss Beulah and Doris Eggelston. Mrs. Myrtle Eggelston was a Sunday guest in the Jim Block home at Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Duren Watts and Duren Lynn were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the parental Ralph Watts home at Clarion. Mrs. Jack McClellan is confined to her home with the mumps. Wednesday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burt DeNio and Holly were Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holmes, Jeff and Todd of Ames. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the-home of Mr. and f" SBSS — WITH PURCHASE OF — NUTRENA FEEDS -ONE FREE TURKEY WITH— 2 tons of Concentrate OR 4 tons of Complete OFFER OOOD FROM FRIDAY, NOV. 17 TIL DEO, 24! RBMKMISER — ALL FEEDS ABE NOT ALIKE — SO ... WHY DON'T YOU FEED NUTRENA • • • • your neighbor does Cargill Incorporated were Mr.-and Mrs. Collyn Nio of Cedar Rapids. Mr. De- Nio is an accident investigator there and Mrs. DeNio is teaching in Cedar Rapids. far. and Mrs. Vern Daley and daughters, Mary of Des Moines, and Linda, of Mason City, were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Daley's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Leigh and children of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Smith TOWN OF LUVEMNE LuVerne, Iowa Oct. 23, 1967 Council met in special session with Holmes , Lowson, Gronbach, and Zentner present and Mayor Mallory presiding. • Bids for pumping equipment were opened. Thorpe Well Co. was awarded the contract. A four inch main line meter was also purchased, Motion to adjourn. H. G. Trouger, Town Clerk Oct. 26, 1967 Council met in special session with Lawson, Zentner, and Gronbach present, and Mayor Mallory presiding. The Council met with the Board of Supervisors to discuss a subsidy for ambulance service. No motion was taken. Motion to adjourn. H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk HMM TO-2741 Alf Ml, Nov. 6, 1967 Council met in regular session with Holmes, Gronbach, and Zentner present, and Mayor Mallory presiding. Minutes of the last meetings were approved. The following bills were allowed. I.P.S. Co. .% 209.23 I.P.S. Co. 1.02 I.P.E.R.S. 131.25 la. Emp. Sec. Comm. 171.48 Dir. of Int. Rev. 153.60 Rolland Walline .--, 316.13 Fred Goetsch 92.10 Harold Trauger 111.50 State Permit Board 3.00 Security State Bank ... 5.19 Treas. of State 28.37 Enterprise Cafe 1.44 LuVerne Ins. Agency '35.00 Sadie Wagner 5.00 Hooker Supply 19.00 State Hygenic Lab. 18.00 Ed Elbert 10.00 Curtis Chapin 21.22 N. W. Bell Telephone 47.91 James Mallory 50.00 Nielsen's DX 56.68 Advance Pub. Co 72.32 Sanford Plbg. 21.20 Frecl Goetsch 71.00 LuVerne Bldg. Co. 1.60 Lowell's Skeily 128.89 Lawson Hdwe. —. 440.79 Welp & McCarten 8.22 Bob's Body & Paint Shop 149.35 Matt Parrott & Sons .99 Corr«r Store 36.96 Humboldt Co. Treos. 9.00 Benson's Welding 46.90 Myron Hinz 7.50 A resolution was made to accept the 1968 Street budget as set up. A resolution wos made to spend more than 25% of the rood use tox funds on local streets in 1968. A resolution wos made naming the Security State Bank as depository for the town, not to exceed $15,000.00. A - resolution was made to enter into. C.iyil Defense warning system with Kossuth Co., naming Bertie Romus as director for LuVerne. Motion to adjourn. H. A. Trauger, Town Clerk Receipts for October, 1967. General JI325.34 !*£?' V-< 2485.72 Public Safety — 23968 Sanitation 535:90 **un. Ent 651.54 Recreation 352 14 Utilities " 256290 Road Use Tax 61536 Sewer 28373 „ "otql $9052.31 of Humboldt became the parents of • son, Steven, at Luth- enfii Hospital in Fort Dodfe, Wednesday. November 22, 1967. Mr. and Mrs. Smith are also the parents of a daughter. Mrs. Smith is the former Joyce Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyers of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs, Francis Shor* ey had as Thanksgiving weekend guests their children and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Witzel, Larry and Usa of Jefferson, Galen Witzel of Cedar Falls, Zelda Witzel of 1SU, Ames and Sharon Shorey at home. Guests of the Shoreys on Thanksgiving Day besides their children were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lacour, Fritz and Linda of Rockford. Thanksgiving dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Jr., were their houseguests, the Hex Lius and daughter Lirio of Wichita, Kansas, their sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. Del- mdr Voss and ohildlren of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Voss and children of LuVeme and Mr. Voss's mother, Mrs. John Voss-Sr., of Algona. On Friday Mr. Voss's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Fredrick, Jean and Joe of Arlington, were guests in the Voss home. On Friday evening Mrs. Voss's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray and Jean of Crown Point, Indiana were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Voss. Also visiting on Friday evening were the Keith and Delmer Voss families. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Voss, 'Mr. and Mrs. Rex Liu and Lirio visited Mrs. Voss's aunt, Miss Anna B. Murray in Livermore. Mrs. Ed Eischen, who firm near LuVerne, are remaining on their farm. Correction — In .last weeks paper it stated that Mr. and Mrs. Ed Elsohen had moved to LuVeme instead it was Mr. and iMrs. Howard Easchen who have moved into the town of LuVerne. Mr. and Irvington •y Mae McLean The Charles Reapers, Irvington, were guests Thanksgiving of their daughter, the Garel Leeks, Wesley. The Tim Longs, Wesley, were also guesls of Mrs. Long's parents, the Garel Leeks. Carol Leek who is taking nurses training ,at the Albert Lea hospital spent the Thanksgiving weekend with her parents, the Gdrel Leeks. A belated Thanksgiving dinner held at Charles Reaper's Sunday was attended by the Leonard Hansens, Durwood Walkers, Irvington, Albert Harms family and the Donlald Hansens, Algona, and the Dean Culbertsons, Lone Rock. llda Elliott, Iowa City, and Idela Patterson, Des Moines, were Thanksgiving weekend guests of their parents, the Jewell Pattersons. They were joined on Sunday by another sister, Wana Wade, Mt. Ayr. A party was' given by the Loren Bells Friday night for those who helped them move recently. Present were the Harold Sabins and David, Ronald Sabin and sons, Mrs. Elaine Kinseth, Susie and Tom, Charlotte and Mike Elbert, and the Chuck Sohliev- erts. The Charles C b 1 w e 11 s were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. ' Col well's parents, the Bernard Capesiuses. CARD OF THANKS — We wish to extend our thanks to our friends and neighbors for their help, cards and deeds of kindness during our son's stay in the hospital. The Bill! Fett Family. 93 isif , * BAKE SALE LUVERNE cmr ;HALL SATURDAY DECEMBER 2_d from 2 to 7:30 P.M. MENU Scalloped Chicken 35c • Barbecue Hamburgers 25e • Cole Slaw lOe • Pie 15c • Coffee lOc LUVERNE LUTHERAN LADIES AID SOCIETY ... IETTER YET - LET'S TALK TURKEY AND GAS APPLIANCES Fran New Until Jot. 1,1968 We Will Give A "^ «*^ FREE 10 TO 12 LI. WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY MAJOR GAS APPLIANCE STOP IN KOW-IET'S TAIK TURKEY AND GAS APPLIANCE! NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO ALGONA IQWA

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