Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1966 · Page 12
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Pergandcs have 41st wedding anniversary ' The Carl Pergandes Sunday guests were their son and daughter, the John Pergandes and Eugene .Caseys. The Carl Per- gandes had their 41st wedding. Afternoon callers were another son, the Louis Pergandes, Stanhope. GETS BOWLING AWARD Clem Stripling recently earned the Century club award given by the American Bowling Congress. His game of 278 was more than 100 pins over his 376 average. Mr. Stripling coupled this game with 200 and 203 for a 681 series in the White League at the LuVerne Lanes. f h* Fty Harmons and Wiltii Harmon, Armstrong, were Sunday guests of the Merril Heftys, Ottosen, It was the 9th birthday of David Hefty. The Joe Fouragei, Humboldt, were Saturday guests of the Harold Ristaus. Rev. Mueller and Charles Hanselman attended a stewardship committee meeting Monday at Lotts Creek. Mrs. Mueller stayed in Algona and visited' her cousin, Mrs. Florence Brown, while Rev. Mueller was at the meeting. Joel Mueller and a classmate, Mark Paul, were weekend guests of Joel's parents, the Rev. Muellers. The boys attend Con- ordia Academy in St. Paul. The Harold Nielsens Jr. had heir 500 card club Saturday, eceiving high were the Wayne Warmbiers; second, the Richard Bristows; and travel, Mrs. Vlerv Bristow. The Merv Bris- HAVE TWIN GIRLS The Gerald Ramuses have twin girls born Thursday, Feb. 3. They named them Lori Ann and Lisa Ann. The Richard Cronks, Council Bluffs, spent the weekend with his parents, the Howard Cronks The Harold Ristaus spent Sat urday at Merrill Hefty's, Otto- Harmon, Armstrong sen. Willis was a Sunday guest of his brother, the Fay Harmons. Mrs. John Voss Jr. has been staying in Eagle Grove with her son, the Dclmar Vosses. The Dclmar Vosses have a son, Del wyn Scot, Jan. 21. Guys were ows and Jack ;uests. The Richard Gronbachs were Yiday guests of her parents, the Olaf Klevelands, Goldfield. WSCS Evening Star met Thursday evening with Mrs. Al- [yn Brink. Mrs. James Mallory had the lesson and Mrs. LeRoy Weber had devotions. Mrs. Jerry Stille Tribune 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCt THURSDAY, FEB. 10, 1966 returned Monday from the Britt hospital after a 3-day stay. Richard Wegner had his 74th birthday Sunday at his sister, the Chas. Hinz's. He received calls from his daughters in California, the Bob Dufels, Manhatten Beach, and George Johnsons, Oxnard. Afternoon guests were Mrs. Jessie Stripling and the Sherman Arends. Irvin Chapman and Cheyenne, Ames, were Saturday guests )f the Otto Willes. ATTENTION LIVESTOCK FEEDERS Did you know there is a complete livestock hauling service available in your area? We now have a 41 ft. livestock trailer, along with 2 straight trucks. For any large cr small jobs, long or short hauls, we have it. To sponsor oyster & chili supper Sunday Lutheran Fellowship club will sponsor a chili and oyster supper in the church Sunday, Feb. 13 from 5 to 7:30. The tickets are adults, $1, and children under 12, 50c and children under five, free. The public is invited LuVerne drops pair of games; closed Tuesday High Individual Strict L. Calkins — 615 Calkins 528 P. Hanselman 255 PATTERSON BROS. Call 882-3356 LuVerne, Iowa 12-14 Chili & Oyster Supper SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 13 ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH LUVERNE, IOWA Serving From 5 to 7:30 P.M. ADULTS — $1.00 CHILDREN UNDER 12 — 50c PRE SCHOOL-CHILDREN — FREE Sponsored By Fellowship Club Bride of LuVerne man Donna Gaylc Nelson, Gales- brother of the bride. burg, 111., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don F. Nelson, Rockford, 111., and Kenneth Frank Wilholm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilhelm, LuVerne, were married February 5 at the Emmanuel Lutheran church in Rockford, 111. Rev. Wilbert Benson officiated in the ceremony at five o'clock. The bride was attended by Judith M. Schneider, San Gabriel, Calif., as maid of honor. Bridesmaids-woro SandravL.>-Olr son and Mary Kay McCarthy of Evanston, 111. and Marcia L. Nelson, sister of. .the bride, Ilockford, 111. Best man was Richard A. Sipe, Warrensburg, Mo. Groomsmen were Ron Fox, Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., Jerry Thompson, Peoria, 111., and Ronald F. Nelson, Rockford GOOD LUCK * LUVERNE BASKETBALL TEAMS in Sectional Ushers were Norman F. Nelson, brother of the bride, Rockford, 111. and Max Pectol, Alhambra, Calif. Rianne Strom, Arlington Heights, 111., was the soloist. A buffet reception followed he ceremony at Forest Hills Country Club. Barbara Textrum, alesburg, 111., had the guest book. Mrs. Richard Sipe, Warrensburg, Mo., and Mary Lou Kersten, Dearborn, Mich., opened the, gifts,. Canasta club met Thursday with Mrs. Jessie Stripling. Re ceiving high was Mrs. Lee Witt meier, and low, Mrs. Albert Schneider. Saturday guests of the Sher man Arends were his parents and sisters, the Grover Arends, Williams, James Dueas, Humboldt, and Josie Arends, Rochester, Minn. LuVerne couple surprised on 25th anniversary LuVerne — A surprise 25th wedding anniversary party was held Feb. 4 for the Alfred Millers, LuVerne, at their daughter 'the Maurice Besches, Whittemore. Present were the Matt Fridereses, attendants at their wedding, Joe Willgers, Algona : Joe Schallers, Bennie Metzgers Richard Metzgers, West Bend the Conrad Kunkels, Livermore Mrs. Florence Faber, Burt, anc Judy Thompson, Algona. At 50( prizes were won by Mrs. Alfrec LuVerne — LuVerne lost a doubleheader in cage games played at Rockwell-Swaledale last Friday night The boys lost 78-62 and the girls dropped the opener, 47-40. Doug Nelson led the boy"! team scoring with 20 points. But they were behind from the outset and R-S was ahead at the half, 39-30. The girls stayed closer could never overcome a but bad first quarter in which they trail ed, 14-5. Jane Hansehnan paced LuVerne with 24 points. The teams closed their regu lar season Tuesday night, host ng Sheffield-Chapin. TUESDAY NIOHT LEAGUE High Team Series Traugers 2140 WANT AD FOR SALE — Used oil space heaters. Lawson Hdwe., Lu Verne. The Wm. Goetsches were jiests Sunday evening for a 'arnily W.S.C.S. pot luck dinner at Rutland. Mrs. Goetsch was peaker and showed slides of ;he North Iowa conference who lave gone into Christian vocations. Saturday callers at Carl Pergande's were the Herman Per- ;andes and Raymond Erharts, Humboldt. The Stanley Gardners, Algo na, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Alma Huff. They attended the dedication services at the Methodist church. David Mueller spent the week end with his parents, the Rev. Muellers. He is a student at Ames. Lori Wittmeier, daughter of the Gary Wittmeiers, Ft. Dodge, spent a week with her grandparents, the Lee Wittmeiers. High Team Game Pioneer Cheese --------- 787 High Individual Series Marlys Stille ____________ 475 High Individual Game M. Stripling _____________ 201 WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series LuVerne Bldg. --------- 2836 High learn Game LuVerne Bldg. ___________ 978 High Individual Series Henry Hefty ------------- 576 High Individual Game Elmer Kubly ------------ 212 THURSDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series FOR SALE — Used auto washers and dryers. Lawson Hdwe., LuVerne. SINGER in beautiful console cabinet, like new, sews forward and reverse, with all attachments for zig-zag, buttonholes, monograming, and fancy stitch designs. Can be seen in your area. Take over eight payments of $5.03 a month, or will discount for cash. WRITE: CREDIT MANAGER, 720 N. WESTERN AVE., ST. PAUL 3, MINN. 8-10-12-14-16 * STRIKES 'N SPARES Miller, Mrs. Bennie Metzger Matt Frideres, and Joseph Schaller. Lunch was served. The couple received silver gifts anc money. A decorated cake was rrjade_;;for ( the-occasion^; „ -.-"-.JJamboou Lounge -_i_i._^__ .1002 MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Bamboo Lounge 2828 High Team Game Klasse 2174 FOR SALE — 20% discount on new oil space heaters in stock. Lawson Hdwe., Renwick- LuVerne. FOR SALE — 20% discount on new snow blowers in stock. Lawson Hdwe., LuVerne. High Team Game Zentner 793 High individual Series Stub Erwin '. 573 B. Dawson — 514 high Individual Game Stub Erwin 244 V. Johnson 205 SATURDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series Goetschs 2164 High Team Game Goetschs 759 High Individual Series C. Watts 488 C. Schipull —u. 483 High Individual Game C. Watts 208 C. Schipull 200 LUVERNE CLINIC DR. R. D. BRAINERD OFFICE HOURS Week Days Saturdays 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 8:30 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 Closed all day Wednesday LuVerne, Iowa Phone TU 2-3228 IF NO ANSWER, Call TU 2 3304 Phone TU 2-3251 if Ritchie Hog Haterers if Pride-of-Farm Waterers if Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners SANFORD Plumbing & Healing WAYNE SANFORD versity of Iowa and graduated from Parsons college in Fairfield. She was women's ; accessory buyer for Carson Pirie| Scott & Co. in Galesburg, 111. He attended Eagle Grove Jr. College and the State University of Iowa, and is a member of ACACIA fraternity. He is a medic in the Air To all Residents of LuVerne Force at Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo. The couple will live at 117'/2 Madison, Apt. 2, Warrensburg, Mo. CHURCH CIRCLES MEET Circles of the WSCS met Wednesday. Circle I met at Mrs. Ed Hof's. Mrs. Chester Sill had devotions and Mrs. Elmer Kubly the lesson. There were 14 present. Circle II met with Mrs. Francis Shorey with nine present. Mrs. Elden Guess had devotions and Mrs. Allen Blake the lesson. Mrs. Alvin Weber presided in the absence of Mrs. Cliff Bjustrom. Circle III met at Mrs. Bryan Stewart's with 12 members and one guest. Mrs. Alma Madden had devotions and Mrs. William Goetsch had the lesson. She showed pictures on churches of related vocations in the North Iowa Conference. The LuVerne businessmen listed below wish both the girls and boys basketball teams from LuVerne the best of luck in sectional tournament play this month. The girls play Titonka in a first round game at Titonka on Saturday night, Feb. 12 at 8:30 p.m. Go get 'em, girls! And the boys will have a first round bye in the sectional tournament at Pocahontas and will play the winner of the Havelock Plover • Goldfied game at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 17. This message sponsored by these public-spirited firms: CORNER STORE HUFF'S CAFE LAWSON HARDWARE RICHARD GRONBACH U VERNE BUILDING CO. LU VERNE CLINIC LU VERNE LANES VILLAGE PUMP NIELSEN'S DX SANFORD Plumbing & Heating BLAKE FUNERAL HOME LU VERNE OFFICE OF THE SECURITY STATE BANK LU VERNE CO-OP. ELEVATOR LU VERNE INSURANCE Agency PATTERSON ELECTRIC TRAUGER'S JACK SPRAT ZENTNER LIVESTOCK "Kerry Joe Stripling, son of the Clem Striplings, had his 9th birthday Feb. 2 and guests were Mrs. Jessie Stripling and Mike, Mrs. Albert Schneider and the Harold Nielsens Jr. Sunday guests at the Harold Ristau's were the Joe Worbys and Ralph Schipulls, Wesley. Jess Lindebak entered the Lutheran hospital Tuesday for x- rays. Lutheran Aid met Thursday afternoon with 19 members present and a guest. After the business meeting an auction was held. Dennis Carroll fell Thursday on 'his farm and cut his neck which required stitches. Mrs. Bill Hardcopf was operated on Wednesday in the Iowa City hospital. She is reported fine. The Albert Nielsens, Britt, were Monday guests of the Harold Ristaus. Jerry Barr, Mason City, is taking the place of John Cox as depot agent while the John Coxes are on a four week vacation. The 500 club met Tuesday with Mrs. Tillie Stoddard. Receiving high was Mrs. Eli Eager; low, Mrs. Clara McCleUan. Kirs. Chas. Hinz was a guest. The Matt Lyons, Humboldt, visited Saturday with her daughter, the Lowell Thomases. to see a film about Natural Gas. Questions on Natural Gas and the proposed franchise will be welcomed. Wednesday, Feb. 16 at 7:30 p.m. LuVerne Town Hall FREE COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS North Central Public Service Co, 295-2484 ALOONA, IOWA "Complete Natural Ggs & LP Gas Service"

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