Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1966 · Page 13
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Officers robes approved by SUoeC.D.A. St. Joe — C D of A met January 12 at 7:30 p.m. Following the Rosary, the purchase of 10 robes for the officers of the court worn at the installation of officers and at the reception of new members was approved by the members. Lunch was followed by a social hour with Mrs. Donald Reding and Mrs Adeline Wagner receiving higli and second high in 500. Mrs Frank Hilbert received the plate prize. The next regular monthly meeting will be helc Feb. 9 at 7:30 with Mrs. Man rice Reding, Mrs. Wilfred Kohl haas, Mrs. E. J. Gales, Mrs Clarence Bormann, Mrs. Fran cis Erpelding and Mrs. Milford Plathe in charge. 4th. Mrs. Milbert and Shanley are sisters. Mrs. HOLD GUEST NIGHT The annual C.D.A. Guest night was held Sunday with a 6:30 dinner. The evening was spent playing 500 with Mrs. N. J. Weydert, Mrs, Mark Thilges, Raymond Kohthaas and Clarence Bormann receiving and second high prizes. high WED 24 YEARS The Frank Huberts and the George Shanleys, Webster City, and their daughter Mary Kay Shanley, Des Moines, met at the Holiday Inn, Fort Dodge Sunday for dinner for the 24th wedding anniversary of the Shanleys, which was on January Barbara, daughter of the John Geischeckers, had a tonsillectomy in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Tuesday. Mary Illg, daughter of the Herman lllgs, sophomore at Clinton college, returned to Clinton Sunday by bus after the holiday and mid-semester vaca tion. She assisted at the Garri gan high school office during the absence of Patti Reding Miss Reding, daughter of the Ralph Redings, had accompan ied the Jim Harms, West Bend and Barbara Weydert, to Call fornia on a two weeks vacation Mrs. Harms and Barbara are daughters of the Tony Wey derts. Barbara is employed a the Algona Directory. Mrs. Edward Thilges had sur gery in St. Ann hospital in Al gona Monday, having entered on Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Joel Bormann, Chicago, have a son born January 16. The Bormann's have another son, Mark. Grandpar- Tribune ,•> THURSDAY. JAN. 20, 1966 PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—5 ents are the G. Patrick Hughs, Oak Park, 111., and Henry Bor- matins, St. Joe. Dr. Bormann is a doctor of veterinary medicine. The Matt Kallestads, Marshalltown, and Mrs. Bertha Kallestad, Rodman, were Monday guests of the Edwin ThiJ- ges family for the 13th birthday of Ruth, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thilges. The K. L. Kohlhaases, Nick Bertes, Ernest Bormanns, Raymond Kohlhaases and E. M. Galeses were guests Sunday at Edmond Berte's for the birthdays of Mr. Kohlhaas, Mrs. Edmond Berte and Stephen Gales. The E. J. Gales spent the weekend visiting relatives in Watkins, Minn. SINUS Sufferers Here's good news for you! 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The Legion presented Mr. Erpelding with a piece of luggage and the Auxiliary gave Mrs. Erpelding a gift of money. Both have been active members in the Legion and Auxiliary; Mrs. Erpelding having served for ,wo years as Auxiliary presi- ent. High Individual Series Ervin Mertz 604 Bob Bormann •___ 544 Orville Wagner 526 Farewell party Saturday for LuVerne pair LuVerne — A farewell party was held at the Town Hall Saturday for the William Erpeld- ings. Attending were the Otto Jagels, Robert Frickes, Marrein Redings, Joel Redings, Clem Striplings, John Pergandes, Joe Putzstucks, Wm. Goetsches, Harold Nielsens, Sr., Alvin Webers, LeRoy Webers, Orville Hurlburts and the Ted Wagners, Liver more. At 500 high went CALL... 5-3234 FOR EXPERT AND EFFICIENT Plumbing & Heating Fast Service Competitive Rates • Dependable ! FUNK Plumbing & Heating ; South Dodge Algona A2C and Mrs. Larry Knudson and children, Laura and Scott Allen, are expected in Bode this week for a visit at the parental Jake Knudson's. He has been stationed at Kingsville, Texas, as an instructor in landing planes. He will be leaving soon for a three weeks schooling in Georgia and then expects to be assigned to sea duty. Mrs. Cnudson and children will remain for a time at Jake Knud son's. Visitors at Torger Johnson's Friday to Monday were their son, the Edward Johnsons Sioux City. The Maurice Aasheims re turned last week after severa weeks in Beeville, Texas, with Mr. Aasheim's parents, the An dy Aasheims. The Carl Hansons, Carlene had as guests Sunday for Free Hanson's birthday, the Fred Hansons, Humboldt, Dale Jen nings family, Pioneer, Ervin Fe voids, Badger, Vicky Fevold Des Moines, and Phil Nelson Goldfield. The Bill Mayhews, Rochester and Ginny TompkinsrMinneapo Us, were weekend guests at th m*^J****9 jg'jQQ 1 - For Shopping - Winter Needs 2 - To Consolidate Debts - Any Purpose 3 - Payment Plans to Suit Your Income. LOANS MADE ANYWHERE r>HONE — WRITE — STOP IN TODAY parental home. Vernon Tompkin VOCAL SOLOIST The vocal soloist for the first ioncert of the winter by the _^ort Dodge Municipal band which was held Sunday afternoon at the Junior high audi- orium, was Mrs. John Rowles, ife of the president of the Liv- rmore State Bank. Mrs. Rowles sang two selections, "My Hero' and "One Alone". Both Mr. and Mrs. Rowles, who live in Fort Dodge, sing in the Ft. Dodge Civic Glee club. The Sunday program was arranged by Karl L. King, famous conductor and composer. 25TH ANNIVERSARY The children of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins will honor their parents for their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house at Sacred Heart Parish hall Sunday, Jan. 23 from 2 to 5 p.m. No formal invitations are being sent. All relatives and friends are invited to attend. Mrs. Robert Algoe entertained the Deal and Chat Bridge club at ^er.ho.me. Tlmrsday af- *" to Joe Putzstuck, low to Otto Jagels and travel to Bill Erpelding. A purse of money was presented to the Erpeldings who will move to Oelwein where he will work for a seed corn company. VISIT IN SOUTH I The Clarence Nielsens and her sister, Mrs. Harold Davis, Mason City, had a week's vaca- ion in Oklahoma and northern Texas. In Oklahoma Mrs. Davis tayed with the Harry Christen- ens, a sister of Clifford Holmes. The Nielsens went to Texas, making the same trip they made 32 years before. While n Texas, they visited a couple A'ith whom they stayed with on heir first trip. Sunday guests at Joe Nor* cross's were their son and daughter, the Gary Norcrosses, Irvington, Marlene Norcross, Iowa Falls, and Donna Richardson, Story City. The Douglas Holmes and Jeff, Ames, spent the weekend with his parents, the Cliff Holmes. Mrs. Sadie Wagner recently returned after a 2-week stay at her daughter, the Richard Boyd's, Humiboldt. The Boyds have a new boy, Edward Rich ard. The Alvin Johnsons, Hardy, visited Saturday with her mother and great aunt, Mrs. Beata Tew and Mrs. Martha Schnei der. J.J. club met at Mrs. Byran Stewart's Friday. Mrs. Cli Bjustrom had the program with 11 members present. Mrs. William Goetsch spen Thursday to Saturday with he daughter, the Douglas Whites Sioux City. Mrs. Goetsch helpec them with packing as they are moving to Denver, Colo. The Leonard Hansens, Irvington, spent Sunday at Walter Bierstedt's. The John Vosses Jr. had as Sunday guests the Norman Oberhelmans. Sunday evening Saturday Mrs. Harold Meyer nd Mrs. Clara McClellati —at- ended the shower for Carol Heise at the St. John Lutheran church, Corwith. Farm Bureau women at Bode plan program Bode — Delana township Farm Bureau women met at Mrs. Donald Hood's Jan. 13. Mrs. Archie Rolland explained the program for the coming year and announced a county meeting in March on the beautification of the farm home grounds. Discussion on public relations was by Mrs. Don Hood Mrs. Neal Olson gave hints on safety 'around the farm and in home. Mrs. Martin Mayers gave a demonstration on making flo wers using wood fiber. A pen nies for friendship offering was taken. Lunch was served by lernbon. lunch The Burton Roods spent the weekend in southern Iowa at Humeston at Roy Johnson's, and with relatives at Lamoni The Ronald Olsons visited Sunday with the Laverne Leeds in Kamrar, and Gerald Macho- vecs, Webster City. Open Fridays "Til 8:30 P. M. — Closed Saturdays American Acceptance Corp. 112 No. Moore Phone: 295-3507 Those who know Know / MINNEAPOLIS Swea Eagl Mrs. Kenneth Brones eon was served and, at cards Mrs. Cliff Baker won high, Mrs Al Leverty second high and Mrs. Jim Bormann, low. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferstl Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Scott wen ,o the Bill Davis home Friday evening to help Mr. Davis cele brate his birthdays. Cards were the evening's entertainment and lunch was brought by the guests. The Mancil Hurlburts and Mrs. Ida Nelson were in Des Moines Sunday to visit the SHOWER IS GIVEN Carol Heise, Corwith, bride- to-be of Don Meyers, was given a pre-nuptial shower at Mrs. Clara McClellan's Thursday eve- ing. Hostesses were Mrs. Leonard Wilson, Livermore; Mrs Keith Smith, Humboldt; Mrs Herman Hinz and Mrs. Pau Maas. Out-of-town guests inclu ded Miss Heise's mother, sister and aunt of Corwith. Miss Heise and ; Mi 1 : Meyers will lf be"'rharriet January 22. ATTEND FUNERAL Mrs. Harold Nielsen Sr., the Fred Wills, Bud Dawsons, Corwith, attended the funeral of their cousin, Mrs. Maxine Peterson, 37, at the Trinity Lutheran church, Rutland. he Vosses went to Eagle Grove or Delmar's birthday. The Delmar Vosses and John Vosses had supper at Treloars. Lowell Harmon, Webster Ci- y, spent the weekend with his parents, the Fay Harmons. Mrs. Walter Bierstedt has started a knitting class every Tuesday afternoon in her home. She had 8 students thus far. The Carl Swansons left Monday from Des Moines for Tampa, Fla. It was a trip sponsored ay the CCA and while in Florida (they will go on a tour and return home Thursday morning. Mrs. Beata Tew visited Thursday at May Meyer's. The Owen Currys attended the State Park Industry conference at Des Moines, Jan, 12rl3. The Kossuth County Swine Association was recognized as best in District 2. Sunday visitors with Mrs. Clara 1 McClellan Were her children the Leonard Wilsons, Livermore, Harold Meyers and Jack McClellans. Mrs. Lee Wittmeier and Mrs. 'ay Harmon spent Monday vis- ting her son and their cousin, he Gary Wittmeiers and Elmer Mrs. Hood. NEW VOCAL TEACHER Diane Voelker, Cedar Rapids has been hired by Twin Riven school as vocal music teacher t< replace Mrs. Opheim, Ft. Dodge who resigned recently. She gra duated from Wartburg college at Waverly Jan. 17 and begai at Twin Rivers Tuesday. Mid -Winter Sale STOP IN AND SEE OUR MANY BARGAINS Light Bulbs 4for66c Heel . . . 4for89c Furnace Fillers . 44c Memo Minders . 88c Bed Pillows . . 94c Check Our Circular For Many More Bargains! Lawson Hardware LuVerne 882-3370 Renwiek 2222 FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE TOWN OF LUVERNE, IOWA FNA FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31. 1965 January 1, 1965 through December 31, 1965 Tax Office Revenue Revenue 1. General Government -$ 2,925.55 $ '.291.25 •) ctreet- 3,422.35 2bI.SO 3. Public SafStV".:::"- 1-82255 2,459.80 4. Sanitation - VL^n'^ 5. Municipal Enterprises } %l$-tt 6. Recreorion 970.JJ 11. Road Use Tax - --- 4 .?-??13. Liquor Profit 646.88 Non- Revenue ToWl $ 4,216.80 3,673.90 4,282.35 1,187.72 2,030.71 1,012.33 4,233.74 646.88 GRAND TOTAL RECEIPTS ____ $12,246.77 $ 9,037.66 EXPENDITURES Solaritt Capital •nd W«9«» Outlay 1. General Government --------- $ 3 i'?2.32 $21,284.43 MOTOR HOTEL For Convenience... For Luxury Accommodations.,. I For Friendliness... For Budget Rates.,. For Resort[like Atmosphere,,. Easily Accessible to All Highways Hurlburt daughter, Mrs. Judy Davis. Tom Hurlburt, Chuck Hew itt, Mike Helmke, Ronnie Geer des and Bill Phelps, Jr. were in Minneapolis Saturday and Sunday to see the car show. Mrs. Andrew Brones noted a case on her return trip home from California where the Red Cross came to the aid of a wo man alone among strangers and without funds. The woman from an eastern state was in jured in Chicago, and had spen all her money on doctor bills She was very ill and all alone. Mrs. Brones made inquiries at the travelers bureau and with their help contacted the Red ross in Omaha. They came im- nediately to the rescue and put he woman in a hospital. Mrs. Brones was very gratified to ee the wheels of one of her avorite charities in motion. Population of Phoenix, Arizona, quadrupled between the census of 1950 and that of 1960. Domestic cat* spread all over the world when sailors carried ;hem on board to keep rats and mice in check. W L K.O. Hardware 50 26 American Legion — 49 23 Sawyer's 46 30 Dick's 44 32 Andersen Motors __ 39 37 Town Tavern 37 39 Livermore St. Bank _ 31 45 Livermore Oil Co. __ 36 40 Mike's Service Gar. _ 28 44 Schmidt's 16 60 High Individual Series Ivan Frederiksen 525 Richard Sawyer —- 523 Maurice McGee 515 High Individual Game Richard Sawyer 211 Keno Underberg 203 Ron Olson 199 High Team Series Andersen Motors 2438 K.O. Hardware 2342 Dick's 2215 High Team Game Andersen Motors 859 K.O. Hardware 833 Andersen Motors 823 OPENS REPAIR SHOP Bob Norcross has rented Leslie Pechumer's building and is running a body shop, where he will repair and paint cars and trucks. * 105 Delightful Air- Conditiqned Rooms and Suites * National Gold Medal Award heated .King-Size Swimming Pool * Complete Hotel Services -* 24-HourSwitchboard * Free TV * Play Area For I Children I * Baby Sitter Service Children EXCELLENT FOOD — Redwpod Dining Room featuring Hearth Charcoal Broiled Steaks — Coflee Shop open from 6:00 a.m. 'till Midnight — Cocktail Lounge. Ample Free Parking In Front Of Your Room SINGLE ROOMS $ 8.50 to J 9.50 DOUBLE BOOKS $12.50 to $14.00 under 12 FREE in same room with Adults. M O I <J K MOItt '<." icioia Minutes Uom Oowuio Minutes tiunj Met K.C. TOP SIX BOWLING W 49 Pete's Garage 47 Pioneer 41 Smith Lumber 41 Vote's Place 31 Livermore Lanes 21 L 27 29 35 35 45 55 Need Printing? Cell the ADVANCEi High Individual Game Ervin Mertz 247 Sunday guests at Henry Ole son's, Bradgate, were his sisters, the Edwin Hanselmans and LsRoy Hanselmans. Lowell Thomas recently purchased the Skelley gas truck from Bill Prior. Mr. Thomas will change his Standard station to a Skelley station in the near future. Sandra Stripling, Des Moines, spent the weekend with hei mother, Mrs. Jessie Stripling. Lynn and Laurie Hanselman spent the weekend with theii parents, the Edwin Hanselmans Lyni) works in a law office in Fort Dodge and Laurie goes to nurses training at Iowa Luth eran, Des Moines. Saturday guests of the Clif Holmes were the Douglas Hoi mes, Ames, Max Kings, Algona, Bert De Nios and Duran Watts. It was the birthday of Cliff Holmes. Music Mothers will meet Monday, Jan. 24. A few of the children will entertain by playing instruments. The last two meetings of the year are March 28 and April 25. Donna Richardson, Story City, visited over the weekend with her fiance and his family, Imerys, Fort Dodge. The Albert Hippens spent lunday with his mother and her jrandmother, Mrs, Cora Hippen and Mrs. Mary Williams. Bryan Stewart and August Pergande attended the 8th Dis- rict Legion meeting Sunday in 3] Public Saety ..... - ......... 4. Sanitation ------------------ . 5. Municipal Enterprises -------- ,An 54 6. Recreanon ------------------ 399.67 II. Kofld, Use, Tax .___,, ----------13. Liquor Profit ------ -------- - Other Exp. $ 1,665.33 3,511.89 1,242.85 1,462.20 1,738.63 979.91 8,000.00 697.15 Total $ 4,787.65 3,851.39 3,291.80 2,163.33 2,238.30 1,379.58 8,000.00 697.15 GRAND TOTAL DISBURSE- ,,,,.,., MENTS $ 7,111.24 $19,297.96 $26,409.20 VALUATION OF PROPERTY SUBJECT TO TAXATION ON ASSESSMENT OF January 1, 1964 Kossuth Co. Class of Property: r I v»j.-l I )r . ff 1OI"> 7 I I Real Property .1 * 2 lS'liA Personal Property Tn'nTv Telephone, Telegraph and Express Companies I0,ul/ Utilities, Including Transmission Lines and Pipe Lines - -- ,iS'SzT Total Except Monies and Credits - - 3 £°'V°' Total Monies and Credits B/i.luu Humb. Co. $ 36,219 72,377 6,315 8,438 123,349 2,500 uilmore City. Mrs. William Goetsch was speaker Monday at the Worn en's Society of Christian Service and Wesleyan Service Guild at the Methodist church in Humboldt. Friday visitors at Jerry Stille's were his parents, the Kermit Stilles, Thornton, for their granddaughter Barbara's birthday. Total Valuation of All Property $460,161 REPORT PF UTILITIES 19*5 $125,849 Receipts: Sole of Water, Electricity, or Gas "I axes Light Plant Water Works $4,475.33 2,433.44 Cos Total Receipts, 1965 Expenditures: Salaries and Wages: Operation Other Expenditures: Power Maintenance Street Lights Miscellansous $6,908.77 2,478.45 $ 492.88 1,152.64 1,690.14 929.68 Total Expenditures 1965 $6,743.79 FOR SALE OR RENT — Or will accept bids to tear down Hamilton Bldg. in LuVerne. Write Martin Hamilton, Wesley, Iowa. 20w6 RESERVES FPR SINKING FUNDS December 31, 1965 Character For For Bonds (Not Operating Funds) Dcp. and Interest 2. Securities % Q. Government Bonds Other Total Purposes 5 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 Virgil Smith 213 Bob Norcross, son of the Joe Clarence Meyers 210 High Team Series Pioneer 2531 Norcrosses. WIRING Connected or Corrected UTT "JIM UTT" ELECTRIC Phone 295-2225 Sunday guests at Jerry Stil ^ iwii . le's were her mother and bro- SmitfTLumber 2455 Uher, Mrs. Alma Steenhard and Pete's Garage 2426 s Eugene, for the birthday of Bar- SINGKR in beautiful console cabinet, like new. With forward and reverse stitching, zigzag sewing, buttonhole making, monogramming and fancy stitch designs with attachments, fully guaranteed. Eight payments of $4.89 or will discount for cash. May be seen in your area. Write Credit Manager, Belle Plaine, Minnesota, Route 1, Box 92. 4-6-8" CASH STATEMENT City or Town Clerk's (Do Not Include Utilities) Balance on Hand — January I, 1965 $ 6,431.40 Total Receipts tor Year Ending December 31, 1965 _-- 21,28443 Total to Account for .$27,715.83 Total Expenditures for Year Ending December 31, 1965 .$26,409.20 Balance on Hand — December 31, 1965 $ 1,306.63 REPORT OF UTILITIES CASH STATEMENT Balance on Hand — January I, 1965 $ 3,057.10 Total Receipts for Year Ending December 31, 1965 6,908.77 Total to Account for ..$ 9,965.87 Total Expendtiures for Year Ending December 31, 1965 6,743.79 Balance on Hand — December 31, 1965 $ 3,222.08 Published 'in the Algona "Kossuth County Advance, Algono, Iowa, January 20, 1966 High Team Gam* Pioneer 922 Smith Lumber 867 bara, daughter of the Stilles, Carl Hanselman had surgery Thursday morning at the hospi- Paints • Appliances Housewares • Gifts • L. P. Gas * Plumbing — Heating Wiring Lawson Hardware 882-3370 — LuVerne & Pete's Garage 860 j lal at Britt. LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. D. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Days Saturdays 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 tp 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 tp 5:00 Closed all day Wednesday „.,,„„_. LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2-3304 Phone TU 2-3251 •fa Ritchie Hog Haterers •jjr Pride-of-Farm Waterers if Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners SANFORD Plumbing & Heating WAYNE SANFORD ^ LOWELL'S STANDARD STATION HAS SWITCHED TO Lowell's Skelly Service AND HAS ALSO TAKEN OVER Bulk Truck Service ON GASOLINE AND HEATING OIL DELIVERIES MADE PROMPTLY ALL CALLS TAKEN AT Lowell's Skelly Service PHONE 882-9297 Lowell Thomas LU VERNE, IOWA

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