Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1966 · Page 10
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New officers Eastern Stars at Livermore Livermore — Installation of the new officers for Eastern Star was held Saturday evening, Jan. 8 at the local chapter room with Herb Raney as the installing officer. Richard Higgins of Rolfe was the installing marshal!, Mrs. Dorothy Denny of Klcmme, installing chaplain, and Mrs. Marjorie Shelton of LuVerne, installing organist. New officers that were in stalled were: Worthy Matron, Mardella Carlson; Worthy Patron, Clarence Carlson; Associate Matron, Lola Hippen; Associate Patron, Ellwood Rum- mens; secretary, Alice Rum- mens; treasurer, Doris Olson; conductress, Vivian Friday; associate conductress, Ardis Rockwood; chaplain, Jessamine Miller; marshall, Laurine Jergensen; organist, Winnie Falb; warden, Gertrude Qually and sentinel, Irwin Jergensen. Star Points are: Ada, Esther Armstrong; Ruth, Vera Wolf; Esther, Bernice Rolland; Mar tha, Ella Rossing and Electa Arlene Schultz. During the ceremonies, three small daughters of the Mr. and Mrs. Carlson, Debbie, Peggy and Terri presented a bouquet of flowers from the Chapter to the Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron, and sang Happy Star Year. Peggy pinned a corsage on her mother and Terri pinned the boutonniere on her father. A skit with the theme of Smiles, symbol of the year, was presented by the Star Points. A group of girls, Trudie Rossing, Roberta Rolland, Miriam Mackintosh, Sherryl Kissinger and Cinday Raney sang two songs, God Bless You and Keep You to the Worthy Matron and When You Wish Upon A Star to the Worthy Patron. A humorous skit was presented by several members at the outgoing ceremony for Mr. and Mrs. Jergensen and they were also presented with Eastern Star pins. Lunch was served from a tea table with Laurine Jergensen cutting and serving the cake and Vera Wolf poured. Those on the lunch committee were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Raney, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wolf. Charles Howard, Mrs. John Houck, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Jergensen and Mrs. T. D. Rossing. There were about 65 people present for the installation. New officers for »h* Ltdi«» Guild are Mrs. Ted Wag nef, president, Mrs. Robert Wilson, vice president, Mrs. Albert Bfette, Secretory and Mrs. John Reding, treasurer. Heads of the six circles *re Mrs. Vernon Kra^ mer, Mrs. Monte Toohey, Mrs. Richard McKenna, Mrs. James j Mrs, Alvitt Bert* and Mrs. tea BeJte. At their meeting Tuesday evening in the parish hall Father Fisch showed slides and gave a talk on La Apostolic work which is being done in Peru and Brazil. Mrs. Vernoh Kramer and Mrs. Robert Wonderley were hi charge of entertainment and lunch. Auxiliary at Livermore has an installation Livermore — About twenty- five members enjoyed the pot luck supper which was held at the Legion hall Monday night in honor of new members. The president, Mrs. Richard McKenna, presided at the business meeting following the supper. The secretary, Marvel Barton, read the minutes of the previous meeting with the treasurer, Joyce Foth giving the financial report. Patty Gronbach presided at the piano for the singing of the national anthem and taps in honor of the war dead. Joyce Foth was the installing officer for the only new member able to be present, Mrs. John Hosford. She was escorted to the front by the sergeant- at-arms, Patty Gronbach. The candle of justice was lit and its meaning given by Norene Erpelding, the candle of freedom was lit by Marvel Barton, the one for democracy by Ann Renquist and the candle of loyalty by Katherine McKenna. The meaning of the auxiliary badge and prayers were given by Leila Insko. The supper was under the supervision of Ann Renquist and Phyllis Bormann and several volunteers. Bingo was the evenings entertainment with Marie Wilson, Betty Gronbach and Mildred Werhling in charge. Mrs.' Rose Denny of Hartly, mother of Mrs. Clarence Carlson spent from Friday until Sunday in their home. Barbara Raney, who is a beauty operator at Forest City pent the weekend in the par- Ex-Livermore man is Loyola Dean Livermore — Former class* mates of Dr. F. Virgil Boyd, associate dean for administrative affairs and professor of ac* counting at the Northwestern university's school of business administration in Chicago, has been named dean of Loyola university's school of business administration. He has been a member of the Northwestern accounting faculty since 1946 and has held the post of associate dean since Sept. 1963. He has served as an accountant and management consultant for many business organiza tions, including American Telephone and Telegraph company, General Electric, Western Electric and the Illinois Bell Telephone Co. Dr. Boyd, 43, was born and raised in Livermore and is a graduate of the Livermore high school. At that time his father ran a grocery store at the for mer Boyd home in the house now occupied by Mrs. Mary Col well. Both parents are deceas ed. He has one older brother Melvin at Waterloo and one sis ter Zeta, Mrs. Welch in Califor nia. Dr. Boyd and his wife, Celeste, have two children and live at 3925 Lyons Ave. in Evanston, 111., a suburb of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Rich MeKtftna ftw nwvwt into - aft tt|MU UliCfit over the bank until their house can be repaired from the re< CBftt fire. Out BooMlii wtfit to Twwt* to, Canada last week where he visited in the home of a sister and with members of her fami> ly. He traveled by train. Mr, and MM. Cliff laker ac* companied Mr. and Mrs. ftick Wiuff of ttumboldt to Emmets, burg Tuesday where they visi» ted with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baker. Bode By Mrs, Roland M. Olson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Knowles, Forrest City, Ark., were guests Thursday at his sister, the Tor ental Herb Raney home. The Lutheran Ladies Aid met at the Fellowship Hall Thursday afternoon at the Lutheran church with Mrs. Keith Voss and Mrs. Elmer Wendt as hostesses. This was their missionary meeting and Mrs. Raymond Graaf presided. Mrs. Carl Hanselmann gave the lesson. Dur ing the business meeting they voted to buy new carpeting for the church. Mrs. Molly Groh was taken in as a new member. Lunch was served by the hostesses. The Junior Auxiliary girls met at the Legion Hall Saturday afternoon. Due to the absence of the president, the vice pres. ident Pam Gronbach conducted the business meeting. The calendars for this year were given out and plans for a Valentine party for their next meeting was discussed. Denise Behounek was in charge of entertain- kel Aures. New Years guests were the David Engels, Felix Gullixons, Vernie Faltinsons, and Don Aures. Guests at Arnold Larson's during the holidays were the Dick Opheims, Dows, and Gordon Johnsons, Cedar Rapids. The Johnsons returned last weekend from a trip to the Ozarks. The Ronald Olsons visited Saturday to Tuesday at Harry Currier's, Davenport. The Curriers had their 25th wedding Jan. 3. Bert Gardner, Cowrie, father of Mrs. Currier, and Mrs. )lson accompanied the Olsons to Davenport. The Guy Lansings returned Sunday from Gushing, Okla. after two weeks visiting the Wilbur Meyers. Mrs. Frank Meyer and Rudy, Titonka, are spending the winter in Cushing. The Meyers are former Bode residents. The Lansings visited the Paul Lansings, Des Moines, enroute. Guests at Royal Hanson's dur- Mont., visited last weekend at the parental Art Jensen's.' Pastor Jenson had attended convocation at Luther Seminary, St. Paul, last week and was en- route home to Montana where he is pastor of two churches. The John Lomans accompanied their daughter, the Paul Newsomes, Algona, to California before, Christmas. The New- somes have returned to Algona but the Lomans are visiting their daughter Alice, the Bailys, Satt Raphael, and the Karlin Lomans, southern California. The Arnold Larsons were Sunday guests of his sister, the Earl Macveys, Britt. Mrs. Syneva Dale had as guests during the holidays the Albert Helles, Humboldt, John Dale and Mrs. Tina Dale. The Ronald Olsons were Sunday guests of their daughter, the Arnold Wigans, Hardy. Karmen Wigans, three month old daughter of the Arnold Wigans, was baptized Sunday in the Hardy Methodist church. The Myron Clancys and A. M. Clancy ment. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Miller left Wednesday morning for Phoenix, Ariz, where they plan to spend the rest of the winter were also guests. ' . Mafim' TWfeWOrts, Hut* chinson, Minn., were weekend visitors in Bode arid with Mrs. Lucille Torgefsoft in Ft. Dodge Lutheran hospital. The Royal Hansons were at Union Whitten Sunday to see a basketball game. Their daughter Melody, who attends college at Cedar Falls, played on the team for Vigortone. Corwith Mrs. Harry L. Maw Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Ray Perkin were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Penning and family of Sexton, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Tabb. Mrs. Gertrude Thronbury, Alma Heise and Francis Moldenhauer attended the 50th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet at Burt Sunday. MONDAY, JAN. 17, 1966 AL60NA (fowaj ABVAMef-.fi .-.. ..'............. --„.,,.,,.„.,—,. ~/f i-f r f I'M in f HI ing the holidays were their daughters Mrs. Rollene Gibbs and daughter Tia, who came by plane from Washington, D.C., the Gary Embretsons, Decorah, and Melody, from-Cedar Falls college. The Hansons and guests were at Mrs. Bertha Pederson's for Christmas. Norman Pederson and Jens Jenson. were also guests. Jens Jenson returned from Lutheran hospital Thursday. Maurice Hauge, Tulsa, Okla., and the Chet Younkens, Great Bend, Kans., are now visiting the Jensons. The Archie Rollands had as guests New Years the Ralph Rollands, Eagle Grove, Norman Rollands and Roberta and Mary Lou Olson. Pastor and Mrs. James Jenson, Mathew and Jill, Wilsall, New officers for the Masonic order were installed Monday evening at the local lodge rooms with Herb Raney as the installing officer. Those installed were: Worshipful Master, Irwin (Bill) Jergensen, Senior Warden, Maurice Olson, Junior Warden, Floyd Raney, Senior Deacon, John Olson, Junior Deacon, Norman Scott, Senior Steward, Harold Wolf, Junior Steward, Bill Wilson, secretary, Guy Raney, treasurer, D. F. Schultz, tiler, Clarence Carlson, and oyster stew prepared by Jerry Foreman was served after the meeting. A birthday supper was held Wednesday evening at the Mike and Nick Altman home in honor of Nick's birthday complete with a birthday cake. Those pre sent were Mr. and Mrs. Connie Kohlhaas of Algona (his sister) Susie) his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Altman of Ir vington, Mr. and Mrs. "Dub" Melavin of Humboldt (his sister Justine) and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Baker (his sister Mary). He also had a birthday letter from his other sister Lizzie Cox of Cedar, Minn. Cards were played after the supper and lunch was served later in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bopec- cio of Chicago visited a few days last week in the home of Mrs. Molly Groh. 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STATE STREET • ALGONA • Tt£ 295-2487 IcSALE on LADIES DRESSES up to $ 1 50 value 1 at regular price 2nd one for only 1c !"• "Algona's Quality Dry Cleaners" •1 ALGONA CLEANERS ft LAUNDERERS I 5-3265 East of Courthouse" ,/ ALGONA CLOSING OUT FARM SALE As this farm has been sold, I will have a public auction at t he farm located 5 miles south of Alojona on highway 169, then 3Vi miles west; or 5 miles south of Hobarton Eleva tor and Vi mile west, on THURSDAY, JAN. 20 - 12:30 SHARP TRACTORS 1950 M Tractor, has power steering and fire craters in A-l condition 1955 300 International Tractor, A-l condition F-20 Tractor with H & M pump TRACTOR ft PICKER F-20 Tractor with 2M picker, mounted and ready to go PLOWS ft CULTIVATORS John Deere No. 55 ABH 3-14 in. plow with trip lift International 2-14 in. plow 448 International 4-row Cultivator with rubber press wheels PLANTER & MANURE LOADER 490 John Deere Planter with fertilizer attachments Stanhoist loader with manure and snow buckets COMBINE Allis-Chalmers 66 PTO Combine with pickup attachment, A-l condition WAGONS ft TRAILERS David Bradley running gear with flare box 6 Wagons with flare boxes Wooden wheel Wagon with flare box 7x^3 Implement Trailer OTHER EQUIPMENT / / Comfort Sprayer ; International Endgate Seeder f f I 8 ft. International Binder / 7 / 2-section Drag ?? / John Deere model E Manure Spreader / / t Hay Rack with steel running gear " / / 6 ft. International horse drawn mower / / 8 ft. Springtooth / f International Side Delivery Rake / . ? 3 — pairs Wheel Weights / / Tractor Chains f f ..f 300 gallon Gas Barrel and stand, complete ; > v ' 2 — John Deere Elevators /' A° Speed Jack / -' Tractor Radio, 1 year old Air compressor and Miscellaneous Items FEEDING & CHICKEN EQUIPMENT 14 ft. Walk-in Hog Feeder 1 — 70 gallon Hog Waterer 1 — 80 gallon Hog Waterer / 2 — 15-hole Chicken Nests ' / 4 _ 10-hole Chicken Nests / ' / Pride Of Farm Hog Feeder Gas Brooder Used Lumber Waterers and Chicken Feeders and equipment of all kinds. BUILDINGS 2 — 2-stall Hog Houses Small Brooder House Feed House, other Small Buildings DRAGS ft DISCS 2 — 12 ft. Culver Springtooth Drags Minneapolis 13-4 Tandem Disc with 18" blades, used 2 seasons 5-section International Drag 2 — 15 ft. John Deere Discs TRUCK HAY & STRAW 400 bales of Straw, some Hay FURNITURE 1951 Chevrolet 1-ton Truck, combination grain and stock rack, in A-l condition Coffee table; Blonde Step Table; 4 Beds, complete; 2 Dining Room Tables; Swivel Chair; 2 Rocking Chairs; Desk & Chair; Kitchen Chairs; Antique Chair; 15 x 15 Cloth Rug; 10 x 11 Cloth Rug; Other Items. TERMS — Cash or see your banker. No property removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. Wm. (Francis) Fitzgerald OWNER VIRGIL SPENCER, ALGONA, ERWIN MOSS, HUMBOLDT Auctioneers THE SECURITY STATE BANK, ALGONA Clerk

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