Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1967 · Page 4
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Firemiit Liveraore sell f ' l ; £" "* ' Christmas trees Livermort — The Livermore fire depaftment will cut Chttstmas trees atty Sunday afternoon from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. for anyone wishing to pick out. tJheir own tree from their plot of evergreen trees on the west edge of Livermore. Ready cut trees are now available at several business places. . <ha* b*e« ifi toe fwspitiU Odtttef 20. DIES IN CAL. Word has been received by friends of the death of Glen Simons, ,68, of Ojoi, Calif., husband of the former Mildred Taylor. He had been in ill health for some time but they had visited hefre last year. He had been an employee of the Rosedale Creamery of Fort Dodge, running a truck route, for many years before they moved to California. •He is survived by his wife, Mildred, one son, Robert and a daughter, Mrs. Don Follver, both of Ojoi, and six grandchildren. Funeral services were held at Ojoi. WSCS MEET The WSCS met at the Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Margaret Howard as hostess. Mrs. Gene Benjamin conducted the business meeting and Mrs. Bert Schwendemann gave the de-, votions and lesson assisted by Mrs. Dick Schultz and Mrs. Ray Falb. For roll call each member brought an item to be put in a box whidi was to be sent to Vietnam to members of the armed services. Several boxes were packed during the afternoon. Lunch was served by the hostess. CHRISTMAS PARTY The annual Christmas Party for the Legion Auxiliary and Junior members will be held next Monday night, Dec. 11 at the Legion Hall. After the business meeting there will be a program and Christmas tree with a 50 cent gift exchange. Refreshments will also be served. SURGICAL PATIENT Mrs, ,,Fritz Anderson has been a surgical, patient at the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge for the past two weeks. Their daughter, Mrs. Royal Westberg and baby of Humboldt have been staying at their home with Todd while Mrs. Anderson is in the hospital. BREAKS WRIST Mrs. Martin Miller fell in iher home, breaking a bone in 'her left wrist. She now has the arm in a cast. Tha Daal and Chat Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Edwin Ver Steeg Thursday afternoon. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon was served and at cards, Mrs. James Lempke won high prize, Mrs. T. D. Rossing 2nd high and Mrs. C, M. Baker travel. Bill Nunnamakar entered the Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines laist week as a medical patient. The Delta Dek Bridge Club met ait the home of Mrs. Martin Miller Friday afternoon. A 1:30 dessert luncheon was served and at cards, Mrs. Lucille Gran bach received high 'prize, Mrs. Anna Bormann second high and Mrs. Bob Won- dedy travel. Mrs. Wonderly was a guest. Mr«. Marcia Berryhill just received word recently that her sister, Mrs. Marion Jac- obp had fallen and cracked her hip. She had been visiting 'her son Franklin and family at Idaho Falls and was at the airport leaving to go back to California when she fell. She . . led by Mrs. Ifike Kiach attended funeral service* of a forme* neighbor and ffiefid, Mrs. Henrietta Mesdter at Bancroft last week. Mn, Mike Ki»ch wa« h«4t* e* to the 500 Card dub Tuesday afternoon at the Luther Butler home. Mrs. Henry Monson received high prize, Mrs. Dorothy Malkmus 2nd high and Mrs. Jacob Michelson low. Lunch was served after cards. Mr. and Mr«. Edwin Ver Steeg and son Dick, went to Des Moines Sunday to hear' the All-State Chorus Sunday evening and attended the Ice Follies in the afternoon. Mrs. Miriam Kay and sen Douglas returned to Ames on Tuesday after spending the Thanksgiving weekend and quarter break at their home in Livermore. Mrs. Kay is a house mother at one of the fraternity houses and Douglas is a second year college student at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Intko of Beloit, 111 who came to attend the funeral services of Edward Berte, who was killed in a train-car accident, were overnight guests in the Bob Gronbach home. Mrs. Judy Zeimet of Minneapolis and her brother Mike, Twin Rivers high school student, flew to Colorado Springs, Colo., to spend Thanksgiving with their brother Richard, who is a Cadet at the Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs. On Thanksgiving day the three of them were dinner guests in the • home of friends, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Welton there during their stay they were house guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Pruitt of Colorado Springs and Judy visited former classmates at Penrose Hospital at the Medical Center where she worked before going to Minneapolis. She is an X J ray technician. They returned home Sunday evening. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet. Mrs. Floyd Nichel and two children of Mason City spent the weekend, from Friday to Monday, visiting in the home of her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Logue and with her sister, Mrs. Dick Schultz. Dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Joiner on Sunday were his mother, Mrs. Ethel Joiner, his brother, Mr. and Mrs. 'Lloyd Joiner •arid two girls of rural Hunt- boldt, their daughter Sharon who is attending college at •Mason City, their son Larry who teaches at Eddyville and Richard Berte. Lucky Strikers W L Dasen Oil Co. ____ 36Vfe Bode Co-op ______ 36 20 Livermore Bank __ 35 21 Livermore Co-op _ 34V Bode Locker _____ 29 27 Watkins _________ 27 29 Sawyers __________ 26 30 M & M Feed _____ 25 31 Imperial Cafe ____ 24 32 Livermore Ins. ___ 22 34 Livermore Lanes _ 21 35 Baker Truck Lines 20 36 High Team Series Livermore Bank _______ 2105 Livermore Co-op _______ 2056 Bode Co-op ___________ 2039 High Team Game Livermore Bank ________ 786 Livermore Co-op _______ 726 Dasen Oil Co. __________ 710 High Ind. 3 Games Jean Larsen ____________ 545 Kay Sawyer ___________ 493 Marge Wilson __________ 478 High Single Game Jean Lairsen ___________ 206 Kay Sawyer ___________ 205 Marge Wilson __________ 201 SUNFLOWER — Terry Gaede, 12, of Sumner specializes in raising sun flowers and his main interest was in trying to grow one bigger than those of his neighbors. Terry is more than five feet tall and the sun flower looms another seven feet above him. The huge head of the plant resembles a "giant's shower head." GIFTS FOR HER • House Coats (Quilted nylon in plain colors and • prints) • Gowns (Flannel and Dacron, in both shortie and long lengths) • Scarfs f> Purses . f) Gloves GIFTS FOR HIM shirts (both dress and sport) Ties of all kinds • Tie Bars and Tacks • Socks • Press Gloves MMCIA'S h? Friendly Store" Uvarmora, low« (Iowa) Advance THURSDAY, OtC. 7, 1H7 Music events scheduled at Twin Rivers Bode — Twin Rivers music department will give Christmas programs at the High School in Bode. The elementary Christmas music program will be given at the high school Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m. The title is "The Joys of Christmas." Wednesday evening, Dec. 20 the high school Christmas music program will be given in the high school gym at 8 p.m. The Twin Rivers high school dhortis will give a program of Christmas music over station KVFD 'Fort Dodge at 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 16. The Jerry Ostrums and Sharon, Dubuque, spent several days last week at the parental Melvin Bratiand's. The Jim Collins, Fort Dodge, spent Thanksgiving with other relatives at the parental Don Bakken's. Mrs. Hilda Engcr had & guests for Thanksgiving, the Henry Engers, Mallard, Ralph Larsons, Plover, Barry Len- nlngs and Brenda, Humboldt, Walter Bakkens, Ted Kin- seths, Maurice Larsons and Mary, and Mrs. Lucille Torgerson, Bode. Nov. 24 was Mrs. Enger's birthday and a number of friends and relatives called. Out of town guests were Mrs. Larry Lenning and Brenda, Mrs, James Lenning and Mrs. TUlie Len- rang, Humboldt, and Mrs. Ralph Larson, Plover. Mrs. Enger received a phone call and plant from her grandson, Randall Larson, Cedar Rapids, and a floral piece frtxm her niece Maxine and family in Oregon. Volunteer Worker Mrs. Olaf Olson reports a total of $78 collected in Bode in the recent drive for the Iowa Ghil- drens Home. ,. : ^ •Mrs: R W. Fisher; Red Oak, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Nora Quill. Other guests of Mrs. Quill were the Steven Quills, Cynthia Fisher and Dan Ofdahl, all students at Luther college, Decorah, who visited Friday to Sunday. Irvington man returns home from Vietnam Irvington — S/5 Jerry Bristow, son of the Mervin Bris- 'tows, arrived home Nov. 24 after 'a year with the Army in Viet Nam. After January 1, he will report to Ft. Hood, Texas, He has one year of service left. Rex Bristow, also a son of the Melvin Bristow's, left 'last week Tuesday after enlisting in the army. He will be stationed first at Ft. Bliss, Texas. The oldest son, Bob BriStow, who served two years in Viet Nam, having gone over with the First Cavalry division, is now attending an aeronautic school at Tulsa, Okla. Bob returned from Viet Nam in September, 1966. SURPRISE PARTY A surprise party was held (recently at Ronald Sabiiit, for the 18th birthday of their daughter Marsha. Guests were Susan Smith, Judy Sigsbee, Man McCullough, Linda Hunt, Vickie Rochleau, Betty Walker, Yvonne Crowley and Debbie Sabin, The Charles Reapers, Irv- ington, became great grandparents Sunday tot the first •time when the Tim Longs had a girl bom Sunday it St. Ann hospiUL Th« baiby was named Kimberley Jean and weighed 9 Ibs. Mrs. Long is the daughter of the Garel Leeks, Wesley. The Charles Reapers drove , to Roland Sunday and visited a sister-in-law, Mrs. -MarjK Larsen, and Mrs. Larsen's brother Maririeus Hansen, who is from this area and formerly lived at Irvington with the Reapers. In the afternoon Mrs. Reaper accompanied a daughter of Mrs. Larsen's, the Willie Wicks to Ames, where they visited Mrs. Larsen in the hospital there. Mrs. Larsen had exploratory surgery Monday. The Dennis CarroBs, Lu- Verne, and Mrs. Bernard Capesius were guests at Clarence Sfemer's Sunday. Mr. Capesius was unable to attend as he was deer hunting with a group of other men from the neighborhood. Mrs. Florence Colwell, IT- vington, went,to Britt Nov 27 where she is spending several days visiting the Lyle Pearces. Mrs. Violet Walker, Algona, was a guest at her son, the ., Durwood Walker's. Irvineftnn Clarence Canaday and his housekeeper, Mrs. Vernon Witcher, visited the former's • sister and family at Cedar Rapids, and also his mother, Mrs. Fern Canaday, Douds, fdr a few days. They returned Monday. The John Jennings, Sexton, stayed at the Canaday farm in their absence. The Russell Canadays have a 7 Ib. 4% oz. son, Troy Michael, born Saturday at St. Ann hospital, Algona. •Friends at 'the Lawrence Miller home Saturday evening for Mrs. Miller's birthday were the Don Larsons, Mrs. Harold Sabin, Mrs. Verl Patterson and Jean, the Paul Ourrens and Margaret Kent. 'BiH Boldridge, student at Cedar Falls, and Mary Boldridge, Minneapolis, spent Thanksgiving weekend with;, their , oarents, the , William Boldridges, Algona.'"KlT ' is now on the freshman basketball squad at the university. The LeRoy Christiansens, Who moved from here to Deloit, last August have now moved to Denison, where LeRoy plans to open a machine dhop after the first of the year. Since leaving here LeRoy has been in construction work. The Christiansens were in this area recently visiting the Gerald Schmitts and the Roger Longs, Algona. Ray Metzen and son Francis took the former's brother, Wilbur Metzen, to Veteran's hospital, Des Moines, last week Wednesday. Wilbur, Who has been living east of Irvington for several years, has a heart condition. The Raymond Metzens and Dalle Lynn and Floy Neal, Colorado Springs, Colo., were recently at Ripon^ Wis., where they visited Joe Metzen and Tony and Tammy and the WU- ford WUeys. Mrs. Wiley, Mrs. 'Metzen and Floy Neal are 'sisters. The Francis McConneils, Algona, took Floy Neal, Colorado Springs, Colo., who had been visiting here for three weeks to Des Moines Saturday and sine went by bus to 'her home. The Friendly club will hold the annual Christmas banquet this year a smorgasbord at the Johnson House at 6:30 p.m. this Friday. There will be an exchange of gifts. The diaries' Webers, Cedar Rapids, have a boy born Nov. 25. The baby was named Mark Allen and weighed 8 )bs. 6 ozs. Maternal grandparents are the Earl Chambers, Oorwiith, and the paternal grandparents are the Alvin Webers, LuVeme. Mark Allen is the first child of the Charles Webers. Teacher it LuVerne te be honored §> LuVerne —• Myrtle Jordan will 'be honored in the Lu* Verne Methodist Church, Sunday, December 10, for having been an active member of the church for 70 years. Plans for the day include recognition during the 11 o'clock service, a carry-in luncheon at noon with out-of- town friends as guests of the church, an informal program at two o'clock, to be followed by a fellowship hour over coffee and cookies. Miss Jordan has served her church in many ways, but her special interest in Christian education is evident by the fact that she has taught in Sunday school for more than 40 years, served as Sunday school Supt., for four years and is at present secretary of the church school and office she has held since 1956. Since 1954 Myrtle has edited and published an annual year book of the church which is sent to members and friends. She was a teacher for 33 years at Irvington, Sexton, Lakota and Vernon Consolidated, as well as rural schools in Sherman and Lu- Verne Townships. Relatives, friends (including teaching associates and former pupils in public or church school) and former ministers are invited to share in all or any part of the activities of the day. IN AN EARTHQUAKE Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch returned home late Monday night after a six day visit in the home of their daughter and husband, Mir. and Mrs. Michael White of Denver, Colo;While there the second largest earthquake occured Sunday evening as the Goet-; sons and Whites were dining at fieeces Restaurant tnt 'large quake was followed by two smaller ones. No great damage occurred but windows were broken with merchandise in liquor stores and •grocery stores were tossed about. The 'only damage in the home of Mr. and Mrs. White was the cupboard doors being opened with dishes moved about and refrigerator items knocked down. CLUB HAS PARTY The Good Will dub held their Christmas party at Johnnie's Steak Harbor in Humboldt with a 7:00 p.m. dinner. Guests were the husbands of the members. Twenty people shared the courtesy with Court Whist played for entertainment. Raymond-Nelson won the chair prize with Elna Hanselman winning high prize and William Goetsch tow prize. Mrs. Marvin Reding was presented a Christmas corsage as a birthday gift to her. Duren Watts and Gerhard Hjemeiand attended the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings football game <at Bloomington, Minn. Sun-* day. Mr. and Mr*. Dennis Carroll were Sunday dinner and afternoon guests in the home of Mir. and Mrs. Clarence Seimer. Mrs. Carroll and Mrs. Seimer are cousins. Mr, and Mrs. Dale Zentner were weekend guests of their daughter, Gretchen, student at Cottey College in Nevada, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Zentner attended the production of "Murder in the Cathedera!" by T. S. Sliot held in Rosemary Hall on Saturday evening. Gretchen was a member of the cast of the perform —--- •-•-—•, w* Maged in M«ieval England. Actress- «J»rtpayed Canterbury ladies. MMJteataer it a fresh* "*•*>, at Cottey College for Women .at Nevada. Mr. and M«. Zentner returned to LU- Verne Sunday evening.' 2f c %!*^^^Nevada! Mo., wftn their niece, Gretchen Zentnef, Saturday evening and Sunday; B Mr. and Mrs. William GMt- sch were supper guests Tuesday evening in the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jon Putnam and Paul of Algona. Late evening guests for Mrs. Putnam's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley and David and Mrs. Carl Goetsch of Algona and Daryl Ristau of LuVerne. Paul Putnam, son of the Jon Putnams, Algona, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch of LuVerne, is confined to his home with chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. William Goat- sch, 'LuVerne', and Mrs. John Sykes of Livermore were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Elberts at Po cahontas. Mrs. Elbert is an aunt of Mrs. Goetsch. Mrs. WilKam Goettch and Mrs. 'Roy Biesemeyer attended the Fort Dodge District WSCS Officers Christmas party luncheon at the home of Mrs. Anna Hope in Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Elmar Kubly haid as weekend guests in •their 'home, their son Dale of Oak Park, Illinois, and Miss Donna Neighbors of Naperville, Illinois. Mr. and 'Mrs. Ralph Stoll were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kubly. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Waber of Cedar Rapids becatae the parents of an 8 Ib. 5 l & oz. son, Mark Alan, November 27. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weber and three children of Minneapolis, Minn., were Thanksgiving and weekend guests in the parental Alvin Weber home. t .,.;,;„,.; .. . •'.. ,. ,••.•>Mrs. Lucinda Stone was., a Thanksgiving^ i Day dinner guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ferden of West Bertd. -• •.' Thanksgiving Day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mire. Ralph Davidson were their children and their fain- lilies, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Davidson and Cathi of Adel, Gordon Davidson and Luann of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon (Marvel) Eggelston and Delores of LuVerne and granddaughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Gregerson and Jimmy of Rutland. On Friday vthe Davidsons and their son Vernon family were guests of Gordon Davidson and Luann 'at their home near Burt. Iowa State University's 12th annual Christmas Festival of Music will be presented at 3 and 8 p^m., Sunday, December 10 in the Armory. No admission will be charged, but reserved seat tickets are available at the Hub ticket office for 50c for chairs and 25c for bleachers. Participat- iimg in the Festival will 'be the Iowa State Singers, Oratorio Chorus, Men's Glee Club and the Festival Chorus. .Students from LuVerne who are participating in the Festival are Rita Patterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson; freshman chorus; and David Riuhnke, Oratorio chorus. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes arrived home Wednesday afternoon after 10 days in the home of their son and family, Major and Mrs. LyeH Holmes tiid three children of Yuma, Arixona. Mr. and Mrs. ftettrt Hardcopf spent Thanksgiving Day in the, home of their ton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardeopf and children of Owatonna, Minnesota. Also attending were their, daughter and family; Mrs. Barbara Tbmptiii; Mike and Jim of 'Minneapolis, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Stewart of LuVerne accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Hardeopf to Owatonna. Mr, and Mrs. William Hard* copf arid" children spent Thanksgiving in the home of Mrs. Hardeopf's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Werner of Shakopee, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fisher left Thursday for Illinois where they are visiting for a few days in the home of Mr. Fisher's sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Millar •and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes were Sunday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emit Leistikow. The occasion being the birthday of Mr. Leistikow. Mr. and Mrs. Max King and family of Algona were Thurs-' day evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes. »•«•»•••»•»•••••••••»»» Irvington By Mae McLean >••••••••»••••»•••••••• SEES JETS GAME Lee Froehlich, son of Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich, accompanied Mrs: Elizabeth Seller and her two sons, Duane and David, to New York City to visit another son of Mrs. Seiler, Paul Seiler, who plays with the New York Jets. They plan to attend a game while there and will be gone two weeks. George Gade, 37, Algona, son of the Edwin Gades, Whittemore, was electrocuted Monday morning while on the job. Mr. Gade, who was employed by Jhe Merryman Construction working near, came in eon* to* with the high line* hear Corwith. The Gades are form* er residents of this area and •lived on the Louis Scheppman farm northeast of Irvington 'before moving to Algona. George is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman, Algona. He is survived by ihis wife Gladys and three children. • • . The official address of Pvt, Terry Chamberlain as recetv ed by his parents, the Merle Chamberlains, Algona this week Monday is; Pvt. Terry Chamberlain, R A. 16923460, 9th Div. (Bearcat) Viet Nam, Company B. 9th S & I, APO San Francisco 96307. Terry wrote that at the present his division is located near Bien Hoa. 4-H CLUBS PRAIRIE FUTURE FARMERS The regular meeting of the Prairie Future Farmers 4-H club was brought to order by President Robert Bernard at the Corwith Lutheran church. Mike and Mark Fett were hosts for this November 20th meeting. Twenty-one out of 24 members were present. Mike Fett gave a talk on "How a carburetor works." Mark Fett gave a talk on "How a generator works." . Congratulations go to Colleen Niedzielski who had the top senior record book in the county. .Robert Bernard made motion to adjourn the meeting. Mark Studer, reporter. WORKSHOP - Bert Me- Kenney of rural Rock Valley, though alone at age 88, finds compensation in his basement workship. There he turns out among other woodworking articles large-scale farm feedlots. From pieces of pinewood he makes the toys that thrill his grand and great-grandchildren who number many. 40 YEARS — Miss Rena Heidebrink was the guest of honor at a dinner recently her for her 40 years :e^with-" Aj "" A ~ "''•"" Monday when a crane he was Winter Tires Whitcwalls or Blackwalls. tutjL-less or tube type ANY SIZE LISTED tapir I efytwur HtlfM 7.7UM(7.IOiM) ?.ISitS(l.70ilS) T.OOrtJ IARCEI n « 7.31114(7.00114) 7.J5it5(«.M.15) 6.50,11 ^".""OfOlt MUU(MOll4) 9MM •,00>1) SIZES...**"" GOODYEAR NEW TREADS (ratraads en sound tire bodiat) You get the sane famous winter-traction tread design that comes on our new "Suburbanite" winter tires. ••* NOWIC0 mm Applications are now being taken by the town of LuVerne for the position of town clerk as of January 1, 1968. Application forms may be obtained from the Mayor or the town clerk and must be returned on or before December 20th. UVtrii Towi Cmcil 95 & 97 As the I 1'jmile BUY HOW on our Easy Pay Han I AUCTI 2 miles eqst WEDNESDAY, DEC 13 SALES STARTS AT 12:30 P.M. JOHN Off If MOOIL A TIACf Ol NIAtlY NIW HAYING f QUIPMfNT New Motor, New Tires, Cost Wheels and Chains MACHINERY « C ..... -row CULTIVATOR; • T T i ~"i?.v—*™ ? ;i »^"*" "»*•* fflvuvJ L MANURE SPREADER with ,. SILC K w,,n r,a, Kack; IHC ENDGATE SEEDER. Koyher COM SAV^f l^s"'"^ IftSl R ' ?? d fl< "<. b "" &*•'» Ver,, few Tools o, Small | IMI( .. So be here p. 12:30 pT » £?-- 1 «T,4!^ CREAM.SEPARATOR; Steel HOC RINGING GUERNSEY HEIFER, bred August 24 - Also GUERNSEY HEIFER, 6 mo. old. 400 lalti Straw in torn 1948 Chtvy H T, Pickup 6x7 ft. Good Cio.jp * Slock Rack. Coed Tires, R grl$ Q w d TERMS: Cosb- No p,op e ,t r lo be ^mmi until *itltd for. _,... „,». .,„ H , 8( , en/ , Q oe rwwye|J un|i| ^ )(W fof N<)| WW9MJb|e (at 0 ,. cidM|5 Al !!i. FRIIUN «W' OWNIR VB#m.CT QUJMN. Auctioneer tlVERMORE STATE BANK. ClerJ,

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