Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 28, 1967 · Page 4
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II MITWI inwi w —v/*i^,ine • Deft; 11 meeting of the Order of . Eastern Star offICerV for 1668 were elected • at lolfdwKfc Wof' thy Matron, Viviafi , Friday; ' Worthy fcatrdn,Elfood Rum- mens; Associate Matron, Ardis Rockwood}, Awfoclite Patron, Herb Raney; secretary, Alice Ruriimens;, treasurer, Doris Olson; " conductress,, Northa ChandOirt; associate conductress, Lola Hippen. Installation will be held Thursday, Jan. 4. ANDERSEN* SELL HOUSE •Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Andersen, long time residents, have sold their home in Livermore to Mr. and Mrs. Allan Adams who have been living in the Presbyterian parsonage the past two years. The Ander- sens have bought the Lawrence Hauck residence in the south part of Humboldt and plan to move soon. The Haucks have moved into the new house that they built on their farm south Of town. Mr. Andersen and his brother Everett are co-owners Of the Andersen Motor company in ,„. Humboldt. i NEW WELL Work has started on the drilling of a new- well for the town, in the next block west of the present well. Mrs. Louis Behounek was a medical patient in 'the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge last " E2 Phillip Faith, who has been: stationed at Fort Dix, N. J., is spending the holidays in the John Olson home having flown home a week ago. He will report back to Fort Benning,.Ga., Jan. 4. Mrs. Robert Foley is office girl for the Klein Radio & TV Service. Jan Wilson who attends college .at Cedar Falls is spending her Christmas vacation in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wilson. Walter Harris who is stationed at Fort Benning^Ga., spent several days over Christmas in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.; Noble Har- ' ' . and 'Mrs. Donalds flew out to California to spend Christmas in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Donalds. Those spending Christmas day in the Tommy Kissinger home were her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank Baessler of Humboldt, their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mfs. Bob AUfe of Bode, Dehnis who at* tends,toliege it becotah ind Stefyl *t ham*. -' vV-A 'ijjiy&lii "»****-*' IM Aft* U** *" 5V M •JfPWMI yjHWv HI YIW nwr* Vey Motey home last week was Mfs. Henrietta Rainwater 84 of. Tacoma, Wash., who flew out to Iowa on her first plane ride to attend the wedding of her great-grandson, Gary Daniel Shaffer and Miss Joyce Morey, Gary was raised in the home of his great' grandmother. , TrOdte Rotting who attends college at Ames, is spending the Christmas vacation in the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. T. D. Rossing. Mr. and Mri. Merritt Neel and son Greg of Colorado Springs, Colo., drove out to spend Christmas with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Welts. They will spend a week here. Mrs. Tom Colwell went to Denver for Christmas where she will visit her folks and in the homes of her sisters. She went by train, leaving from Perry. Mr. and Mrs. John Hoiford, Tony and Mary, spent Christmas with Mrs. Hosford's mother, Mrs. Alice Smith in Des iMoines. They also visited in the home of her sister there. Roger Key, of Phoenix, Ariz., spent the Christmas holiday with his mother, Mrs. Miriam Kay and Douglas, who were home from Ames for the Christmas vacation. Roger is employed by the General Electric Co. at Phoenix and works in the computer department. Bridal shower at Livermore Livermore — A bridal shower was held Tuesday evening Dec. 19 at the Presbyterian church in honor of Joyce Morey, of Martinez, Calif., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morey, fiancee of Gary Shaffer of Tacoma, Wash. •Lovely corsages were presented to Miss Morey, her mother, grandmother, Mrs. Hazel Morey of West Bend and Mr. Shaffer's great- grandmother, Mrs. Henrietta Rainwater of Tacoma, Wash. Nancy Cran welcomed the guests and announced the program. Mrs. John Olson -gaX£. several short reading trancVcards were passed out for recipes/' ; and advice to the" bride. , Miss Morey was assisted in opening her gifts by Rhonda Barton and Mrs. Jim Moyer, her sister-in-law. The tea table and other decorations were carried out in her chosen colors of green and yellow with one of her childhood 4—AlfefMi (lew*) Attone* THURSDAY, DIC, M, dolls as a centerpiece. ,/ Mrs. Archie Stoddard of Humboldt potifed the coffee and Nancy Cran served the punch. Those on the committee were: Mrs Matlrine Myers, Mrs; Glen Hawkins, Mrs. Eddie Erdmann, Mrs. Azile Bolder,^ Mrs, Archie Stoddard, Dorothy,Haltn>9n, Mrs. Andy Cran, Mrs. John Olson, Mrs. Ivan Frederiksen and Mrs. Myron Dudley. Dirk Holmes of Minneapolis spent the weekend in the parental DeVerne Holmes home. Dirk is employed as a draftsman in a steel company in. Minneapolis. He received his discharge from the service in October. Wayne Seegren who it employed by Collins Radio in e- dar Rapids, spent the weekend with his folks, the Alvin Seagrens. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schulti drove to Iowa City last, week to take Denny for a checkup. Enroute to Iowa City they stayed overnight at the Gary Schultz home in Hudson. Mary Frideres, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Frideres, who has been in Burbank, Calif for the past two years, has returned home and is again employed at Globe Union in Fort Dodge, the same job she held before going to California. St. Joe Mrt. Sylvester Wagner New Year Greetings We can't ring bells, but we can say, simply and sincerely, "Happy New Year" and "Thank You" to our friends. MARCIA'S "THE FRIENDLY STORE" LIVERMORE Happy New Year The Orville Wagners are having as Christmas holiday guests their daughters, the Robert Andersons, Shawn, Amy and Mark, from Polk, Ohio, and the Lee Nepples and Michael, Iowa City. Also home is another daughter Mary, a student at Mt. Mercy college, Cedar Rapids. Another daughter Barbara, is a senior at Garrigan high school. « The Sylvester Wagners, Eileen and Thomas, are spending' the' Christmas holi- ;days with the Robert Kruses;:' Fort Wayne, Ind. Mrs. Kruse is the former Patricia Wagner, daughter of the Sylvester Wagners. The nig family met at Ed McGuire's Christmas Day. Guests were Roselyn Dig, the Francis nigs, of Whittemore, Ronald nigs, Storm Lake, Roger Andersons, Renwick, Norbert Kol- lasches, Britt, Harold nigs, Lucille, Ed and George, at home and Rosa Lee, student at Ames home for the holidays. The Richard Thuls, Janet, Lori and John left December 27 on a trip to the Ozarks and at the Bella Vista Village, Bentonville, Ark. They also plan to visit H. A. (Bill) Henderson, Beaver, Ark. Sister Marcine Kellner, Bancroft, daughter of the Cyrill Kellners is spending the Christmas holiday here. The Richard Thuls, Janet, Lori and John, were Christmas Eve guests at Mark Elbert's, Rodman. Mrs. Elbert is the former Georgia Thul, daughter -of the Richard Thuls. On Christmas they were at the Foth family gathering at Livermore. Sister Kay Ann Reding, Chicago, 111., daughter of John B, Reding, is spending the Christmas holiday here with her father and other family members. The Joe Ringsdorfs and Michael, Centerville, are spending the Christmas holidays with their parents, the Raymond Kohlhaases and the Wendell Ringsdorfs, Burt. They attended a family Christmas at the grandparents, the K. L. Kohlhaases for Mrs, Kohlhaas's birthday which is Dec. 23. Carol Erpelding, and a nurse friend, Denver, Colo., are spending the Christmas holiday with Miss Erpeidlng's parents, the Francis Erpeld- ings. Jim Erpelding, teacher in the Keeler, Wis. parochial school, and Ray Erpelding, student at Loras college, are also home. The Arthur Beckers, Iowa City, Allan Becker, Cedar Rapids, Maurice Becker, Estherville, and Charles Becker, junior at St. Benedicts college, Atchison, spent the Christmas holidays at' the parental Peter Becker's. The Dale Chicoines and Dale, Jefferson, are spending this week with Mrs. . Chi- coble's parents, the Harold Redings. The Milford Plathes had a Christmas dinner Monday evening with the Ted Hilberts as guests. • Students home from colleges at LuVeme LuVerne — College students from the LuVerne area are spending their annual Christmas vacation visiting in the homes of their parents and friends coming from the University of Iowa in Iowa City are: Paul Gilligan and Tom Steil; from Iowa State University in Ames, Mr. and Mrs. John Wickett, Gerald Bprmann, Doug Holmes, Dennis Awe, Rita Patterson, Daryl Trauger, Elaine and Clara Schnakenberg, Zelda Witzel, Gerald Sill and Richard Wolf; from Mankato State College, Mankato; Minnesota, Randy Gregory, Dean Trauger and Ronnie Trauger; trom West- mar College in LeMars, Connie Schnetzer, Susanne Dudley, and Dennis Marty; from Morningside College, Sioux City, Linda Nelson; from the University of Northern Iowa, Dawn Lindebak and David Naffziger; from Mason City Junior. College, Norma Hein" .Pale Washington, D. C., Denny Legler; and from Cottey College for Women, Nevada, Missouri, Gretchen Zentner. GUILD HAS PARTY 'Mrs. Melvin Kubly was hostess to the Missionary Guild meeting and Christmas party, Wednesday afternoon, December 13. Twelve members and one guest, Mrs. Bert Ramus, were present. The club voted to give cash donations to the "Tree of Lights", "Care" and the Christian Home of Council Bluffs. Silent sisters of the past year were revealed and a Christmas grab bag was held. The group enjoyed singing of Christmas carols and also remembered the ill and the ones in hospitals by sending them cards and well wishes. Lunch was served by Mrs, Kubly. TO BUY CLOCK Progressive club met at Audrey Weber's with Connie Brainard co-hostess for the Christmas party Monday evening. Fourteen members were present. It was decided to buy a clock for the new library. The program, by Lavon Mallory and Ruth Wolf, was the story of the "Praying Hands"; Denmark's Christmas plates and the meaning of ' 4 I Wish You a Merry Christmas." STUDENTS BOOKS The LuVerne Library will obtain any particular reference book (or books) for term papers within a short time if .they will contact Mrs. William Hardcopf or Mrs. Charles Hinz. This opportunity is open to anyone, students and adults alike if they have need for any reference ....- terial of any particular kind. This is an extra service from . our library to the patrons of the community. CLUB HAS DANCE The boys -of the Eager Beaver Boys 4-H Club were hosts at a dance held in the 'Legion hall Wednesday evening, Dec. 20. The guests were the girls of the LuVerne Livewires Girls 4-H Club. Lunch was served at the close of the evening by the chaperones and the boys club. Kathy King of Alfona Is spending several days of her Christmas vacation in the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes. Mr. and MM. Max Block had as Christmas Day dinner guests their son and family, Lewis and children. Due to the health of Mr. Block who is unable to be out of doors, Lewis and family came to his parents home to spend Christmas with them. Mr. and Mn. Ben Siepker and children of Council 'Bluffs were Christmas weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Siepker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Harmon. Mrs. Siepker is the former Gloria Harmon. . Mr. and M,rs. Fay Harmon, son Lowell and friend Janice Awe of LuVerne and the Harmon's houseguests, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Siepker and children of Council Bluffs and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Harmon of Humboldt were Christmas Eve. dinner guests in the home of their daughter and sister and family, respectfully, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Hefty and children of Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bager and Regina Dee, Grand Lake, Colorado, are visiting in the parental Eli Bager home! Mrs. Bager is a surgical patient at Mercy Hospital in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Myers, LuVerne and Mrs. Henry Langerman of Fenton attended the candlelight wedding and Lfreceptipn of Miss Kathy Knutspn^and^ Mr. Bert Bleckwehn' of Cylinder at the Methodist Church in Emmetsburg Saturday evening, December 23. Mr. Bleckwenn is a cousin of Mrs. Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith were Saturday afternoon guests in the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith and children of Clear Lake. Lisa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith is ill at her home with .chicken pox. Christmas Eve and dinner and luncheon guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith were their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith and children of Iowa Falls and their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs, Gary Ites also of Iowa Falls. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes on Christmas Eve were their their children and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Max King and children of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Holmes and sons of Ames, Mr, and Mrs. Burt DeNio and Holly of Lu- Verne and their granddaughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Duren Watts and Duren Lynn. Later in .the evening the family talked via telephone with Mr, and Mrs. Holmes son and family, Major and <Mrs. Lyell Holmes and children who reside in Yuma, Arizona, where the weather was a warm 78 degrees on Christmas Eve night. Mr, and Mrs. Doug Holmes, Jeff and Todd of Ames arrived at the home of Doug's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes on Saturday morning. They are spending the Christmas holidays in LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Burt DeNio and Holly were Christmas Day dinner guests in the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mtt, Duren Witts and Duren Lynn, Chrlitmai Day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Melvin'(Bud) Kubly were their children and their families, Mr, and Mrs. John Kubly of Zumbro Falls, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Meyer and children, Lu- Verne and Mr. and Mrs, 'Larry Kubly and children of Lake City, Minnesota, Mrs. Kubly's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson of Humboldt, Mrs. Kubly's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Merchant and children of Livermore and friends, Mr. ahd Mrs. Harold Klassi of Renwick. The Goodwill club met Thursday afternoon, December 21 in the home of Mrs. Alvin Weber with ten members answering the roll call. A Christmas gift exchange was enjoyed by those present. Edna Hanselman and Violet Goetsch had charge of entertainment with quiz games pertaining to the Christmas season being played. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes had as Saturday guests in their home, Mr. Holmes'tt nephew -and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Klaessy of Chetek, Wisconsin, who stopped to visit on their way to Davenport, where they were to spend Christmas with their sons, Dick and his wife of Clinton and Don and his wife of Davenport. Mr. Klaessy is a former resident of the Lu- Verne community. on By Mae McLean »eeee»»«eeeee»eeeeeeee The Robert Stephens fam- x ily, Iowa City, came Saturday for the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Stephen's parents, the John Webers. They returned to Iowa City Tuesday. The,r..Tony. Elberts, Irvington, were. Christmas guests; of Mrs.--filbert's sister, the . 'Ray Goodmans, 'Algona. ,In the afternoon the Elberts also visited Tony's mother, Mrs. Johanna Elbert, Algona. The annual Eischen Christmas dinner was held at Mrs. Alex Eischen's, St. Benedict, Dec. 25. The dinner was attended by the Marvin Eischens, Henry Pfeffers, Robert Eischens, David Ludwigs, Mrs. Anna Muller, all of this area, the Phil Eischens, Whittemore, Harold Eischens, Wesley, Ronald Rosenmeyers, Corwith, and Jack Friederes, Wilmington, 111. Evening dinner guest* Dec. 25 of their mother, Mrs. Evelyn Froehlich, were the Don Froehlichs, Sioux City, Don Beschses, James Rosenmey- ers, Corwith, Tom Arndorf- ers, Mallard, ahd the Oscar Froehlichs, Algona. ', Christmas guests at Clarence Arndorfer's were the Roger Hayungs, Wilton Junction, Wayne Arndorfers, Algona, Connie and Carol Am- dorfer, Milwaukee, Wis., Joyce Arndorfer, Mankato, Minn, and diaries Arndorfer, Mason City, Council *.- • Minutes TOWN'Or IUVIRNI LuVwM, !•*• NtttmbM 2>, W7 Council met in special session with Mayor Mollory presiding. Councilmen present: Zentner, Lawson and Gronbach. Couneilmen absent: Nielsen and Holmes. County ambulance contract . wot read. Motion by Gronbach and seconded by Lawson to accept the contract as set up by Kossuth Co. Motion carried. Motion to adjourn. H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk December 4, 1M7 Council met in regular session' with Mayor Mollory presiding. Couneilmen present: Gronbach, Zentner, Holmes, and Lawson. , Couneilmen absent: Nielsen. The following bills were allowed. I. P. S. Col .- .$ 214.69 Holland Wolline 316.13 Fr«d Goetsch 92.10 Harold Trauger ...I.. 111.50 N. W. Bell Telephone -. 35.82 Security State Bank 7.25 Thermogos Co. ... 27.03 Del Chemical Co. 68.94 Otto Lawson 63.00 Dennis Holmes 63.00 Richard Gronbach t 57.00 Clarence Nielsen 15.00 Dale Zentner — 70.00 James Mollory 125.00 Dr. R. D. Brainard 10.00 James Maltory . 22.80.: Bertie Ramus 5.00 Fqye Lichty _..; . 14.50 Margaret Lindebak 14.50 Marilyn Zentner 14.50 Thelmo Trauger 14.50 Carroll Garage 104 BO Buchanan • 8, McClure . 128.98 Nielsen's DX . 47.62 Sadie Wagner 5.00 Trauger's Mkt. 3.93 Curtis Chopin 37.00 Sanford Plbg. & Htg. 10.80 Bert Ramus 22.80 Advance Pub, Co. _• 39.96 Fred Goetsch . . 30.75 LuVerne Fire Dept. .,.*.*.* 733.00 Otll* Stblf ...JT-.»x M.50 la. State, Pflhtlng Board *.. 40.78 I, P. S. Co; **« *_. 219.70 A special canvass of the returns 6f tht special election he!J on the 7th doy of November, 1967 wds received, approved and placed on file. Sold canvass disclosed that the proposition submitted to change the terms of Couneilmen carried by the required majority. The warranty deeds which Martin and Avis Jensen conveyed to the town were accepted. The -taxes were forgiven on Lot I Block 9 In the Vernon addition of LuVeme. Motion to adjourn. ' . .< • H. G. Trauger, Town Clerk Receipts for November,-t 967. General »..: ......$ 466.88 Street . .^..^. ^. 625.09 Public Safety ^.^ 230.81 Sanitation 97.13 Mun. Ent. 145.70 Reereotion ... 84.07 Utilities 325.73 Rood Use Tox ± 214.31 TOTAL! ...I-. ;•',.- S2,1M.72 Published in the Algono Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, December 28, 1967. Happy New Year to our fine friends and customers, Thank you for your loyal patronage, UWSON'S OTTO. DARLENE, HARVEY, CHARLENE, HELEN Best wishes for continued success and happiness in the New Yeqr. *.- Best Wishes We speed the old year on its way and welcome in the new, with every wi|h for happiness and success to yovJ . NIELSEN'S 94 SERVICE CO-OP ELEVATOR Greetings Thanks to all you won- derfyl people, and may the New Year bring you much happiness. PATTERSON ELECTRIC Vf'08 , A "i| '/«,«£ Gladly, we welcome a joyous New Year. Sincerely, we wish for your happiness and prosperity. ; SANFORD'S PLUMBING & HEATING Good Luck •1968 bows inji and we send our greetings and good wishes for a pleasant and prosperous year. CARROLL OARAGE ft IMPLEMENT New Year We welcome in a brand New Year, full of the promise of success and joy for all our customers. LUVERNE INSURANCE AGENCY ED ft VERLAINE jiAPPY m NEW YEAR We say goodbye to '67 with some regret, for thanks to the support of OMr gpod friends we've had a wonderful year. And we welcome '69 with a warm expression of our appreciation and best wishes to you. LUVERNE WOP SERVICE RICH, iERT< 6fQRQE< HOWARD

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