Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1966 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 24, 1966
Page 13
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Mayor Donalds gets key Iowa appointment Livormore — Mayor George B. Donalds has been appointed to the legislative committee of the League of Iowa Municipalities. This appointment was made by Mayor Lee Albaugh of Charles City, President of the league. This is one of the most important of the league committees and is entrusted with the responsibility of developing the legislative proposals that will eventually be adopted and submitted to the 1967 session of the legislature. Mayor Donalds attended the league's biannua, "Open Door" conference ol new ideas for city and towi legislation at Hotel Fort Des Moines on Friday, B'eb. 18 ii Des Moines. ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Guy Raney anc Mr. and Mrs. John Olson at tended the wedding of thei till Wlton he Neighborhood C&fd Club Monday afternoon at her home. A 2 o'clock dessert luncheon Was served and at cards tlrs. bill Davis won high* Mrs. larold Roethler low and Mrs. Bill Erpelding, travel. Mr. and Mr*. John H*id*r- Scheldt and Mrs. Mary Heider- scheidt of Morgan, Minn, were guests in the John Mertz home >n Sunday. They came to attend the funeral services for Mrs. Mary Von Bank at West Bend on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Lempke spent the weekend in Minneapolis. Mrs. Kenneth Blunk of Moorland visited in the home of Mrs. Jos Sanders one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz attended the Sunday School Tea cliers Institute of the Algona zone at the Trinity Lutheran church in Algona Monday evening. 'lorn McKenna, who has bt«n in the infirmary at Friendship Haven in Ft. Dodge, lias been taken to the Mercy hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stoddarc of Des Moines visited several days in the parental Norman Holland home near Bode, be- Tribune THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1966 PUBLISHED AS PART OF THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALGONA (low*) ADVANCE—5 niece, Miss JVlicheie Sweeney, tore leaving for Newport, and Donald Oujiri at St. Wen- Rhode Island where Mr. Stod- ceslaus Catholic church in Cedar Rapids Saturday forenoon at 11 o'clock. Miss Sweeney is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sweeney of Britt. Floyd Raney was a member of wecloing party. dard will begin training in the Naval Officers Candidate school. tire DAY OF PRAYER World Day of Prayer services for the Methodist and Presbyterian churches will be held Friday afternoon ^(tomorrow) at 2 p.m. at the Presbyterian church. The guest speaker will be Mrs. R. A. Biesemeyer of LuVerne. Mrs. Jessamine Miller and Mrs. LaVonne Benjamin are in charge of the program. The organist will be Mrs. John Hos- lord. RILEYS MOVE • James and Pete Riley have moved into the Nettie Biers house in the north part of town recently vacated by Milt Armstrong who has moved into the former Lentch place recently bought by Mrs. Grace Ander son. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Olson for a couple of days last week were Mr. ind Mrs. Everett De Smidt of Waterloo, sister of Mrs. Olson. The De Smidts came to attend the funeral of his father, James De Smidt at Humboldt. DOMINO LEAGUE K.O. Hardware W 64 Sawyer's 61 American Legion __ 61 Andersen Motors 49 Town Tavern __, 49 Dick's 49 Livermore St. Bank 42 Livermore Oil Co. _ 45 Mike's Service Gar. 40 Schmidt's 16 L 32 35 35 43 47 43 54 51 56 80 Scotch doubles held Feb. 13 at LuVerne Lanes LuVerne — The Valentine's Scotch Doubles were held Feb. 13 at the LuVerne Lanes. Winners were Gail Wolf, Mrs. Kenny Kiley 635; Kenny Kiley, Mrs. John Skogmo, Ft. Dodge 601; Jack McC'lellan, Mrs. Chas. Mer kle 575; Elmer Schnetzer, Mrs Chas. Quebe 571; Paul Hansel- nan, Mrs. Gordon Gregory 567 Art Leek, Virginia Sorenson j61; Cecil Watts, Francis Thorn pson 561; Dick Nielsen, Ver aine Johnson 554; Chas. Quebe tfrs. Art Leek 553. Mrs. Harold Nielsen, Jr. and Connie Schnet zer won the big boxes of can dy in the drawing. CLUB HAS LUNCHEON , Good Will Club met for lunch at the Delight's Dinette, Hum- wldt, Thursday. Guests were Mrs. Chas. Hanselman, Mrs. Joel Reding and Mrs. Harry Christensen, Humboldt. Entertainment was 3 tables of whist. Receiving high was Mrs. Christensen, low Mrs. Harold Nielsen Sr., and chair to Louella Blumer. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Orville Hurlbert's. NEW TRUCK A new half ton Dodge pickup truck has been purchased by the Town Council from the Anderson Motor Co., the company submitting the lowest bid. Mr. and Mrs. Pale McKibben and family have moved from their home in the north part of town to a farm place near Ft. Dodge. His brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul McKibben and family, who have been working on a farm near Humboldt lor the past few years will be moving into the house soon. Paul McKibban will then be working on the Dick Dunphy farm. The "Sutz Us" card club met at the home of Mrs. Wm. Stock last week. Mrs. Harry Rutz was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Logue and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Logue attended an Oil Jobbers convention in Des Moines last week going down on Tuesday and re turning home last Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sanders anc family of Ft.,Dodge spent Sun day in the home of his mother Mrs. Hazel Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Logue entertained the following peo pie for dinner Sunday in hono: of the first anniversary and the birthday of Mrs. Logue'; daughter Arlene (Mrs. Dick Schultz): Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nickels and family of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schultz and small son of Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Schultz and two children of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Shultz and Dennie. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Logue and Patrice. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gronbach and Cindy went to Minneapolis on Thursday and spent the weekend visiting their two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sharp and Miss Phyllis Gronbach. STRIKES 'N SPARES MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE Hiqh Team Scries LuVerne Ins. 2798 High Team Game orner Store 1058 High Individual Series J. Stahl 552 High Individual Game L. ffinz 243 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE Hiqh Team Series K & H Oil 2248 High Team Game Village Pump 789 High Individual Series Norma Watts 509 High Individual Game Norma Watts 189 High Individual Series John Gales 55i Keno Underberg 537 Dutch Armstrong 530 High Individual Game Dutch Armstrong 21 John Gales 209 Paul Jarvis 198 High Team Series Town Tavern 2407 Sawyer's 2400 K.O. Hardware—- 2398 "a—?-High Team Game 'own Tavern 854 Town Tavern and Sawyer's 833 K.O. Hardware 825 WED 57 YEARS The Ed Ramuses had their 57th wedding Feb. 10. Guests Sunday were their children and grandchildren, the Irwin Rar muses and Vicky, Orville Ra- muses and Vernell Hide-ens, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Orville Ramus brought a heart-shaped cake. Mrs. Ken Lewis \vas unable to come home. ATTEND FUNERAL Services for Carl Hemlo wai held at Fort Dodge, Tuesday afternoon. Attending were the Irwin Hildmans, Wesley, Ed Ra muses, Ed Lenzes and Pat Pat Engaged to LuVerne man MR. AND MRS. T W. Cable of Hopkins, Minn., announce the engagement and appi'baching Spring wedding of their daughter Sherianne Rae to Michael H. Cord of Ottumwa, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B Cord of LuVerne. The bride-elect attended Grand View college and Drake university. Her fiance, a 1960 graduate of Dowling high school, attended Grand View college and Loras college in Dubuque. He is assistant manager for Thrift Plan Inc. WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE Zentners 61 27 LuVerne Co-op. ___ 52 32 LuVerne Bldg. 50 38 Sanfords 50 38 Blakes 47 41 Sec. St. Bank 36 52 Village Pump 30 58 Old Timers 22 62 High Team Series Sanfords 2736 High Team Game anfords 1020 High Individual Series Gronbach 585 High Individual Game Ben Hefty 235 tersons. Mr. Tlemlo" hew of Mrs. Ramus and Clara Wolf. Mrs. TOP SIX BOWLING W C. 58 3 ete's Garage 55 ?ioneer 54 Smith Lumber 46 Vote's Place 45 L 38 41 42 50 51 Livermore Lanes — _ 32 62 High Individual Series L. N. Bormann 554 Frances Erpelding 554 Ervin Mertz 550 High Individual Game Dewey Vote 250 Harold Dolder 215 Frances Erpelding 213 High Team Series Pioneer 2521 Vote's Place 2382 MISSIONARY TO SPEAK Lutheran Aid will have a spe- ker Thursday, March 3 at 2:00. vjaomi Tor kelson, a missionary rom India, will show pictures ind speak uf India. All ar^, invi- ed. K.C; 2342 High Team Game Vote's Place 894 K.C. 860 LuVerne woman hurt in crash in California LuVerne — Mrs. Ray Guy was in a car accident Feb. 17 in California while visiting relatives. She was hospitalized and had broken ribs, a broken wrist ai|d will the hospital at least one more week. Pioneer 855 Presbyterian Livermore Rev. Ralph Hindman Livermore Friday, Feb. 25 World Day of Prayer will b observed at this church, in co operation with the Livermore Methodist church. The time is two o'clock. Sunday, Feb. 27 9:45 a.m. — Morning Worship. 10:45 a.m. — Church School. Wednesday, March 2 The United Presbyterian Women will meet with Mrs, Harvey Morey. The lesson will be presented by the pastor. The Parryl Fishers, Renwick, lave a boy, Michael, born Feb. 14. Paternal grandparents are the Bob Fishers. Phillip Forage, Livermore, visited Tuesday with his daughter, the Harold Ristaus. Homemakers club will meet Feb. 23 with Mrs. John Pergande. Slides will be shown. Brent John, son of the John Bierstedts, was baptized in Zion Lutheran church Feb. 9. The Walter Bierstedts were sponsors. Mrs. Beata Tew had major surgery Tuesday at the Luther an hospital, Ft. Dodge. She is a niece of Mrs. Martha Schneidei and a sister of Fritz Schneider The Harold Ristaus were Thursday guests of her sister the Ed Behnkendorfs, Bradgate It was the 15th birthday o Denny Behnkendorf. WSCS met Wednesday at th< Methodist church. Mrs. Beise meyer had devotions and Mrs Raymond Nelson, the lesson The World Day of Prayer wil be Feb. 25 at the EUB church and the anniversary banquet WED 25 YEARS The Lyle Powells, Medelia, Vlinn., had their 25th wedding unday. Guests included her mother, Mrs. Clara McClellan, he Harold Meyers, Jack Me 31ellans and Mrs. Leonard Wil;on, Livermore. NEW SPRING HATS ARE HERE $0-0-0 WINTER HATS WILL GO FOR $1,00!! MARCIA'S "The Friendly Store in Livermore" Holmes were the Doug Holmes- es, Ames, Mrs. Lyle Holmes and Julie, the Bert De Nios and Mrs. Duran Watts. It was the 4th birthday of Jeff Holmes. The John Coxes returned Wednesday from a 4 weeks vacation. They spent two days at Sunrise Beach, Mo. at Less Fargo's. In Columbus, 0. they stayed a week with their daughter Janet, the Gene Houghs. From Ohio, they returned here and left by train for North Bend Ore. to spend four days with their son, John L. Cox. They returned home Wednesday. '"'The "Gary • 'Wittnieters 1 * tfhd Mrs. Elmer Emery, Ft. Dodge were Sunday guests of the Lee I Wittmeicrs. . The Sherman Arends were Junclay guests of his parents ,he Grover Arends, Williams. The 500 club met Tuesday with Mrs. Clara Wolf. Receiving high was Mrs. Anna Hanselman and low, Mrs. Tillie Stoddard. .•••••••••••••••••••••••4 The Lyle Ericksons, Belmond, tvere Sunday guests at Howard Ironk's. Linda McVay, Humboldt, was a Sunday guest of the Fay Harmons. The Lowell Thomases were Sunday guests of her mother, the Matt Lyons, Dakota City. The Kenneth Larsons, Bradgate, were Sunday guests of her sister, the Richard Gron bachs. The Wm. Bigings Sunday from a 2Va returnee month, va THURSDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team Series i-ronbach's 2072 High Team Game -lardcopfs 754 Hiih kiOtvidual Series loyd Erwin 524 Betty Hansen 483 High Ir/Jividual Game Stripling 201 Betty Hansen 187 Continue cage career MAEBELLE MAASS, LuVerne, first on the left in the second row, is a member of the Westmar woman's physical education team which has won from Morningside, NET college, Methodist Nurses, General Beadle College, and the University of South Dakota. Westmar is located at LeMars. Other girls in the picture are from George, Sheffield, Radcliffe, Fort Dodge, Belle Plaine, Ames, Merrill, Richfield, Minn., and Monroe, Neb. dar Rapids, were also guests at Saturday for Orlando, Fla. to ;he parental Arnold Larson's isit their son, the Lyle Aa&he- ; ast week. The Maurice Aasheims left SATURDAY NIGHT LEAGUE High Team. Series Nielsen's 2159 High Team Game Goetsch's 772 High Individual Series R. Legler 553 lyi.lhWolf. .lUMUei-JL-Uf-Uul-'tJiiJ.- ',464/ High Individual Game C. Watts 201 K. Casey 190 Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren Rev. Ralph S. Hindman LuVerne Friday, Feb. 25 World Day of Prayer will be observed at this church, in cooperation with the LuVerne Methodist church. The time is two o'clock. Sunday, Feb. 27 10 a.m. — Church School. 11 a.m. — Morning Worship 7:30 p.m. — Bible Study. We will join with the Lu Verne Methodist Church in prayer Vigil from twelve noon ui$il mj,dnig,lj,t,,This is.,a part o our Union Lenten observances Monday, Feb. 28 10:30 a.m. — The ministers o the Fort Dodge Group will me et at Boxholm. Wednesday, March 2 7:30 p.m. — The Union Lon ten Service will be at the Methodist church with the sermon by his pastor. WANT AD FOR SALE New and used washers and dryers. Lawson Hdwe., LuVerne. FOR SALE — New and used oil space heaters. Lawson Hd- we., LuVerne. FOR SALE — 20% discount on . new snow blowers in stock. Lawson Hdwe., LuVerne. vill b3 March 24. Mrs. Dale ientner presided. The Grover Arends, Williams, vere Thursday guests of their son, the Sherman Arends. Mrs, Clara McClellan had her Canasta club Thursday. Receiv- ng high was Mrs. Lee Wittmeier and low, Mrs. Melvin Kubly. The Don Bormanns and Edward Eischens had a neighbor- lood card party at the city hall, Feb. 15. Cards were played and lunch was served. The Chas. Hi rues had their 45th wedding Feb. 16. Guests included the Harold Ristaus, Mrs. Jessie Stripling and Mike, Mrs. Fay Harmon and the Sher man Arends. cation with. their children. They visited the Robert Bigings fam ily and LeeRoy Tobsrmans Crestwood, Mo, and the Martin Sweets, Columbus, O. The Michael Bakers, Mason City, were weekend guests o her father, the Bill Priors, Ida Grove. Sunday the Bakers visited Mrs. Faye Lichty and other friends in LuVerne. Vicki Hanselman, daughter of the Vernon Hanselmans, had \ her 3rd birthday Tuesday and guests were the Keith Vosses and Edwin Hanselmans. The John Zimmermans, Renwick, and Edwin Martys surprised the Henry Kublys Thursday for their 63rd wedding. Mrs. Elmer Emery, Ft. Dodge, spent Thursday to Saturday in LuVerne visiting relatives. The Edwin Hanselmans Sunday to take their daughter, Laurie, to Knoxville Veterans hospital for 3 months psychiatric training. Laurie is a junior in nurses training at Iowa Lutheran, Des Moines. Mrs. Cliff Holmes spent week with her son, the Doug Holmes, Ames. She took care of her grandson, Jeff, while had the mumps. Sunday guests of the SINGER in beautiful console ca binet, like new, sews forward and reverse, with all attach ments for zig-zag, buttonholes monograming, and fancy stitcl designs. Can be seen in your area. Take over eight payments of $5.03 a month, or will dis count for cash. WRITE: CREDIT MANAGER, 720 N. WESTERN AVE., ST. PAUL 3, MINN. 8-10-12-14-16 ; The Floyd Palmers were re- ont weekend visitors at their daughter, the Merle Opheims, owa City. Ester Opheim and the Mike ^oyles went to LuVerne Sunday as guests of Bernard Coyle's. Tlie Dick Opheims, Dows, and Earl MacVeys, Britt, were visitors Sunday at the Arnold Larson's. The Gordon Johnsons, Ce- Phone TU 2-3251 if Ritchie Hog Haterers ^ Pride-of-Farm Waterers if Ever Pure Clorinator water conditioners SANFORD Plumbing & Heating ms. LIVE MUSIC "The Country Cousins" (BUD AND IRENE) / Saturday Night Feb. 26 AT THE' Village Pump LuVerne SINUS Sufferers Here's good news for you! Exclusive new "hard core" SYNA- CLEAR Decongestant tablets act instantly and continuously to drain and clear all nasal-sinus cavities. One "hard core" tablet gives up to 8 hours relief from pain and pressure of congestion. Allows you to breathe easily — stops watery eyes and runny nose. You can buy SYNA-CLEAR at your favorite drug counter, without need for a prescription. 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